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PREFACE. 



We present the first issue of The Business Directory op the 
Sons of Jl:^GLAND to the members. 

It has been suggested that we should include in the Dire:tory all 
the lodges in the Ottawa Valley, and with that end in view we will 
arrange to meet the views expressed in the next issue. 

With the publication of the Directory it was thought advisable to 
give a brief biographical sketch of the Presidents of the lodges, and 
where it has been practicable at the short time at our disposal, we have 
done so 

In so'iciting advertisements we thank the brethren who have so 
heartily responded, and we trust the brethren will appreciate the re- 
sponse by purchasing as far as it is possible from our own members. 

The objects of the Directory is to bring the members into closer 
touch with each other, fraternally, nationally and socially. Our num- 
bers-from a national p int of view-justify a closer uuicn oi LhougLt 
for national aggr<;s8iveness 



Ottawa January, 1898. 



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THE NUMBER OF EXGLISnMEV IX OTTAWA AND CARLETON COUNTY. 



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Wo have so often been {ipproai lied with tlic remark— both in the 
lodge room and outside— that the fie'd wcl.ad to work ii» in Ike east uas 
limited. To plaec ourselves, jind conviuec the niemlurs that the ma- 
tjiiil was plentiful, we consulted the Cen>ns of 1S9I. compiled by the 
Dominion Statistician, Mr. Geoige Johnson. It, su^es: 

'* In the County of Carleton there were accorriing to the Census of 
1891, 935 persons who were born in Knghuid. In the Cit> of Ottawa 
there were 1,952 persons so born, and in the County of Russell th< re were 
624 persons so born. 

"Th're were in 1891 in the County of Cnrleton 1,950 persons whose 
fathers were born in England and 1,519 whose mothers were born in Kng- 
land. In Ottawa City there 1,387 pcr.-ons whost; fat h< rs were born in 
E »gl md and 3.518 persons whose mothers were fo born. In Kusstll 
County in 1891 there were 1,413 persons whose fathers were born in Eng- 
land and 1,050 whos-e mothers were born there." 

According to tho letter, and we must take that as the spit if of the 
Constitution, which interprets that the male offspring of cither parent 
is el gible to become members of our Order. whi( h givts us pra- tically 
in the City of Ottawa 7,905 of an English population. 

There ha«? passed through the various Ottawa lodges, f-inco tie in- 
auguration of the Order home 12 years ago, about 7(0 members, to day 
there are only about .370 active nu mbers in the lodges of Ottawa. With 
a little more effort and a better understanding of the full aims of the in- 
stitution the membership could be mnde to total up several hundred 
more membera. Let the motto be '" Advance." 



PLACE NAMES OF LODGES. 

In looking over the names of lodges we cannot but help 
asking the question what caused a lodge to be given such 
and such a name, and find that it invariably occurs that the 
lodge is named atter some prominent statesman, county 
or city in England. 

DERBY LODGE. 

Derby Lodgfe, No. 30, was named after Lord Derby, on 
the suggestion, we believe, of Bro. Croft Hulme, P.S.G.P., 
of Believille, Ont., who came to Ottawa some 12 years ago 
open the lodge, the members being at a loss what to name 
the lodge, the suggestion was acted upon and Derby lodge 
has proved to be worthy the efforts of the' members 
who have joined the Order under the name of one of Eng- 
land's greatest statesmen. 

BOWOOD LODGE. 

Bowood Lodge, No. 44, is called after the county seat 
of the Marquis of Lansdowne, in Wiltshire, England, who 
was Governor-General of Canada in the Jubilee year of 
1887. A large percentage of the charter members of Bo- 
wood lodge were from Wiltshire, and at a preliminary 
meeting held prior to the formation it was suggested that 
Bowood be the name, it was duly decided that it shou d be 
so, in honor of the then Marquis, who was Governor- 
General of Canada at that time. It is gratifying to the 
membei'S of Bowood lodge that the Marquis of Lans- 
downe is at the present time England's War Minister in 
Lord Salisbury's cabinet. On his lordship learning that 
Bowood lodge was named after his family seat in Wilts, 
he sent an invitation — through the then President, R. .T. 
Wicksteed, LL.D. — to the members to attend an '*At 
Home," at Rideau Hall, at which a large number of the 
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STANLEY LODGE. 

Stanley lodf^e is another name familiar both to Cana- 
dians and English history. Our late Governor-General 
Lord Stanley was then ruling in Canada, and it was decided 
that the lodge should carry his name. Stanley lodge is 
doing a good steady woik, pushing slowly but surely to the 
front, impressing all that it has its roots deeply planted and 
will ever hold and cherish its representative name. 

RUSSELL LODGE. 

Russell Lodge is called after that famous English states- 
man Lord Russell, it also is holding its own and convincing 
others that it is planted firmly and growingas healthy as the 
old English oak does. The locality is practically a sub- 
urb of Ottawa, and before the annexation, of what was 
known as New Edinburgh, it was a municipality of the 
County of Russell, a name having the same rererence to 
the same noble person as the lodge — Lord Russell. 

queen's own lodge. 

Queen's Own Lodge, No. 236, was opened on Feb. 23rd, 
1897. The object in giving the name of Queen's Own was a 
suggestion by the Chaplain, Rev. H. I. Horsey, it being the 
Jubilee Year he held it would be in keeping with the cele- 
Ijration that was about to take place throughout the Em- 
pire. The idea was acted upon, and the name is destined 
to be a lasting one among the names in the registry of tde 
Sons of England. 



The City of Ottawa has a District Council presided over 
by Bro. S. J. Davis, D.D., the secretary is Bro, Jos. Berry. 
The Council meets monthly. 

The Daughtersof England is also flourishing. It is com- 
posed of wives and daughters of members of the S. O. E. 
Lodge Ivy is making very substantial progress. 




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Bro. Aid. Samuel J. Davis, District Deputy, Ottawa. 

It is with much pleasure we ^ive a bru»f sketch of Bro. 
Aid. Samuel J. Davis, the worthy district deputy of the 
Sons of Engrland, he is the youngest son of the late Wm. 
. Davis, builder, he was born in the Isle of Wight, 1849, 
sho»tly after his parents removed to Southaiupton. He 
was t^duca^ed at Poplar House Av,ctdemy, he left Southamp- 
ton for Canada in 1870, and with the excr-ption of several 
extended trips through the United States and many visits 
to Old England has resided ever since in Ottawa. Bro. 
Davis joined Bowood lodge some five years ago, ano has 
filled many offices in the lodge, including that of Presit*ent, 
be was delegate to Brant ford last year, he is also delegate 
to St. Catharines. Bro. Davis is an extensive holder of the 
(capital's real estate, and a large builder, some of the best 
residences of Ottawa are monuments to tiis skill. Bro. 
Davis is very popular as a citizen of Ottawa. 



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Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday at Victoria Hall, Queen Street 

OFFICE RS • 

W. R. Stkoud, P.S.G.P.. /'/T.9. John ITuxt. Fin.-Scc, 

GGl Mariu sirect, 

W. C. CousENS, Suroron. Tl. R W. TJomxsoN. Drui/i/ist, 

Cor. Shilur aiul U'Goiinor Sts. Cor. Mm i.i uml JKuik rfls. 

F. J. Gkohge, Treasure}', 18 First Avenue. 



Ackroyd, Edward 
Aukro.vd, 1*0 rcy 
Ansl, Kit ward 
Aiist, Edwin I) 
Ai'ijjley, Jo^epli 

Barnes, Frank 
IJearpark, John 
liick, riiomas 
Hitshop, Thomas 
IfilooiiitlchI, Frank 
Bfinvn. NViJiiam 
Bu»h. William 



Carlcy, Jame^ 
Cawdron, Henry 
Ctieriy, John 
C'hi.d>, Jcs.-.e 
Chitiy. William 
Cousens VN iiliani 
('ruuch, Henry 
Croucli, Thomas 



List of Members. 



Occupafir a, 

Manuf.u'tiirer 

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Cai pea tor 
Carpenter 
Labouiur 



Carponlcr 

Coaehnian 

'IV'achur 

Mes-eiigcr 

Towjic4'«toiii.sl; 

Walrhman 

Barber 



Confectioner 

Gun^nuth 

Coaehinan 

BlatksniiLh 

Carpenter 

Pliy.'iean 

Dealer 

Coaehman 



Addrcsfi. 

12(5 Sparks st reet 
JVluelmioie street 
21 I'm ner street 

18 Sophia street 

419 Cone ssion street 
181) M(!U-alle street 
INIouiit Sliurwooil 
81 Amiers n Avenue 
I.'.') ItaiiK Str<-4>t 
721 Cdoper s' rect 
.%G Gilniuur street 

108 Gloucester street; 
Rifle Ranye 
Nepean sreet 
130 York street 
Li -gar street 
O'Connor str«'ct 
CuMimings' Bridge 
Rideau Park 



Davis, WAR 
Dill. Gorden, 
Doming, John ^ 
Drake, Gcoge 
Drake, Tiiomas 
Dunimerst, Arthur 



Painter 

Salesman 

Burnisher 

Butler 

Carpenter 



Ella street 
131 Bank street 
584 Ann strce 
388 do 
388 do 
584 do 



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Dunderdale, John T 
Dunn, Fred 
Dunn, Thomas 

Ea»toii« Frank 

Fawcett, Joseph J 

Gardner, W A 
Gardner, William 
Geonfe, Fred J 
Glover. George 
Gregory, Georj^e 
Grindal, Frank 



Engineer 
Gardner 
Steam titter 

f^utcher 

Driver 

Cabman 

Waiter 

Letter Carrier 

Butcher 

Bricklayer 

Cleaner 



190 York do 
Billings' Bridge 
do do 

229 RIdeau dt 2413 Bank 

708 Cooper st reet 

Cummings' Bridge 
121 Turner btreet 
1st, Avenue 
277 Bell street 
Ann street 
Ottawa East 



Hague, Joseph 
Harbour, Jacob 
Harrison, Daniel 
Hart. Kinest 
Harvey, James T 
Hawkins, Thomas 
Hawkinor, Edward 
Hicktnett, John T 
Hood. Robert 
Hooper, J R V 
Hooper William H 
Hunt. Edward 
Hunt, John 
H: de, George 
Hyde, George W 
Hyde, William 



Main-layer 

Printer 

'I'ailor 

Confectioner 

Tinsmith 

Moulder 

Hushranger 

Gilder 

Printer 

Stonecutter 

Stonecutter 

•' The Dairy" 

Miller 

Uutcher 

Butcher 

Butcher 



161 George street 
73 Margaret street 

18G Queen street 
Florence street 
20 Maple street 

do do 

oOfi McLaren street 
241 Kent .^treet 
91 4th Avenue 
93 4th Avenue 
132 Bank street 
G64 Maria street 
Ottawa Kast 
Bank street 
do do 



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Jar man Fred 
Joies, Harry 
Jones, Thomas 



Merchant 
Machinist 
Bar man 



Bank street 
103 Chapel street 
98 Stewart street 



Kendell, Albert Machinist 
Kendall. Benjamin 

King, George F Baker 

King, G W Merchant 

King, George Wesley Painter 



31 Centre st, Ottawa east 
21 (Centre st., Ottawa E. 
82 Queen street 

do do 

115 Kent street 



Law, Henry 
Law, James 
Legge. Arthur E 
Lester, George 
Lintel!, William 
Lintell, William 
Low, George 
Low, Thomas O 



Driver 

Lfibourer 

Bookbinder 

Bricklayer 

Butcher 

Butcher 

Wood-worker 

Driver 



Peter stree' 

do do 

132 Coburg street 
2nd Avenue 
Margaret street 
Somers. t street 
20 Flora street 
701 Cooper sitreet 



Martin, Thomas 



Grocer 



1st Avenue 



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Nicholson, Thomas 
Norris?, Alfred 
Nor r is, William 
Norton, Charles 
Noaher, William 



Gardner 

Malster 

Tailor 

Labourer 

Fanner 



Bank street Road 
79 Margaret street 
Almonte House 
Belmont Avenue 
103 Chapel Ktreet. 



Owen, .loliii Jus 

Or ton, Gilbert 



]llf*i*(*liniit Tailor 

Machinist 



7!) Hank Street 

G74 McLaren 



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Pain, W J 


Storeman 


Pai ker, Thomas 


Painter 


Perrott, F G 


Bank mossenger 


Pownall, George 


Carpenter 


Peacock, Henry 


Labourer 


Reynolds, Richard 


Ma^ hinist 


Ropers, George H 


Funeral director 


Rosebrook, John 


Baggageman 


Rudd, Joseph 


Labourer 


Salisbury, Alex 


Shipper 


Sam -on, John 


"Wood -worker 


Saund< rs, VV R 


Civil Service 


Sawyer, Edward 


Coachman 


Smith, JamcH 


Labourer 


Slllilll, J«>!4<'|>ll II 


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Smith, Samuel 


Driver 


Smith, WG 


Labourer 


StrouJ, VV R 


Merchant "• 


Sutton, H K 


BaUer 


Smith, Alburt 


Butcher 


Smith, Alfied 


115 Turner st 


Taylor, Abraham 


Carpenter. 


Teagne, J J 


Engine titter 


Trowbridge, John G 


Printer 


Thompson, Walter 


Labourer 


Verral, J. E., 


Manager 


Watts A R 


Painter 


WeaUierall, Francis 


Carter 


^'ea'herall, J 


Baker 


Welch, David J 


Printer 


Westwiek, Thomas 


Clerk 


Willans, John 


Pluntber 


William, George H 


Clerk 


WJliiKniv, James W 


Gardner 


Williams, Luke 


Gardner - 


Wocdruff, John 


Civil Service 


Yelland, James 


Fireman .^ ^ .^ 


Yelland, George 


Fireman " ' • 


Yelland, William 


Moulder 


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514 King street 
oKi cio do 
Si College Avenue 
&'u >"om«'rst street 
lOj Red path street 

448 McLcod street 
128 Bank street 
P eseott. Out. 
490 Lii-gar street 

204 Ncpean street 
570 Concession street 
417 Ann street 
8'.t Chapel street 
Bell sireet 

4)87 Ifleiiireii Ktreet 
45)8 Lisgar .'-treet 
3IJ0 James sireet 
Rideau street 
Curnmings Bridge 
3.^0 James street 
News Agent 

675 Mcliaren street 
Ottawa Kast 
Ottawa Kast 
85 Goorge street 

286 Albert street 

309 Rideau street 
Cununings Bridge 

do do 

273 Besserer street 
212 do do 

Ottawa East 
474 L'3wis street 
474 Lewis street 
474 do do 
Rideau Park 

17 Munro street 
12 do do 
17 do do 



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GENTLEMEN, WE ARE THE TAILOR8 ! 





5. OWEN & SON, 

76 BANK STREET. 

Brethien, we are uiaslers of our trade, and are pre- 
paired to make you a fittint? suit froui the latest and 
best patterns in cloth of your own selection. You can 
purchase from our stock or bring us your cloih and We 
will take your njeasuie and give you a perfect fitting 
suit. You will find our prices reasonable. 

We also do 

Clean infi:, Dyin^, Repairing, Altering:, etc. 

it^Our store is a few doors souih of Sparks on Bank 
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THE PEOPLES' BAKER 

Bro. Brcary 81inn, 

Victoria Bakery and 

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177 Creighton St., New Edinbiirgli, 

Branch— Cor. Quebn and O'Connor 
STREETS, (Opposite YM.C.A,) 

Pure Candy and Confectionery. 
Vienna and Honrie-IVIade Bread, 

GUARANTEED THE BEST. 

Diplomas were won by Bro. Slinn 
at the Central Canada Exhibition, 
for the best Bread and Wedding 
Cakes for the years 1896 and 1897. 




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Bro. R. L. Broadbent, President Bowood Lodge, No. 44. 
The subject of this sketch, Bro. Bt oadbent, was bom at 
Staley bridge, Lanc^ohire, England, on the 141 h April, 1859, 
and received nis education in the Church of England, and 
Cowley Schocls, St. Helens, near Liverpool. He came to 
Canada in 1880, and joined the staff of the Geological 
Survey of Canada at Montreal in 1881, and now occupies 
the position of Assistant Carator in the Mineralogical 
Branch of the Survey. He joined Bowood Lodge, Sons of 
England, No. 44, in 1888, and has filled the olfice of Finan- 
cial Secretary for three terms. He was the unanimous 
choice of the brethren for president. He instills into all 
who may come into contact with him a feeling of confi- 
dence, his national characteristics are strong, and he is 
admired by the brethien generally^for his sterling qualities 
and up-right acts. He is also a prominent member of the 
A.F. & A.M. and uiher societies. 



Bowooa Codde no* 44. 

Meets 1st and 3rd Friday at A.O.U.W. Hall, Sparks Street 



R. L. Broadbent, Pres. 



OFFICERS: 

Jos. Berry, Fin.- Sec, 

16 William street south. 

C. W. F. GoRRELL, Surpeon, 
281 Bank st*-eer. 

Harry Bott, Treasurer, 261 Somerset street. 



A. E. Brethour, Druggist, 
Cor. Cooper & Bank sts. 



Name. 

Andrew's, J E 

Bailey, J W 
Benbow, H A 
Berry, Joseph 
B ake, H P 
Bott, Harry 
Broadbent, R L 
Butterworth, E B 

Charles, Joseph 
Church, C R, M D 
Coldrey, Ed 
Cook, Fred 
Cox. Edward 
Crouch, S 
Cottee, A T 
Cowan, W J 

Dackiis, Alexander 

Drtubney, Edward 
Uavls, i^aniuel J 

Dixon, James 

Easton, Samuel 

Goodwin, E B 
Graham, W B 
Guppy, H J 

Hawkop, Frank 
H«»w«*, IVllliani 
HudHou, Albert 



List of Members. 
Occupation. 



Address. 



Eii^sraYer, etc 

Book-binder 

Caretaker 

Mfr tents etc 

Grocer 

Mgr C P R Telegraph 

Civil Service 

Butterworth & Co 



Sparks Street 

340 Rideau street 
Drill Hall 
16 William street 
Albert & Wellington pts 
261 Somerset ^treet 
Gf^ological Survey 
110 ^ parks f-troet 



Book-binder 36 Lewis street 

Physician 302 Elgin street 

Steamfltter 143 Henderson Avenue 
Press Correspondent 212 O'Connor street 

Butcher Hull, Prov. Quebec 

Agent 425 Rideau strefet. 

Bookbinder 257 Boltoti street 

CJeaner Hintonburgh 



IMerehaiit 

Civil Service 
Knllder 

Book binder 

Shop- walker 

Civil Service ' 
Asst-Brewer 
Civil Service ' 

P O Inspector 

Guiisisiith 

Keal Estate .4 Kent 



311 Kliisr gtr<';et 

Post Office Department 
H3 Jane Street 

38 Preston st' eet 

229 Rideau street 

Public Works Depart't 

Hintonburgh 

Fublic Works Depart 't 

Post Office 
Kldeau Street 
186 Sparks Street 



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•lariiinii, F 

Jordan, VV D 

Low, James E 
Low, Frank 
Low, Geor{<e, Sr. 
Low, George, Jr. 

Mackay. A W, Rev 
Mason, Janit^s H 
Mason, VVilliam T 
Milnu, Robert 
Morgan, L G 
Mulhall, John 
McKay, James 

Nowby, Frank 

Parks, Alfred 
Pegt?, Henry 
Pegg, RobiM't 
Pel Ion, George 
Percy, .lohn 
Pinhev, Horald K 
Poweli, R VV^ M D 
l*iMtcliar<l, T H 
Powell, J A 

Ripley, A E 
Rogers, S M 
Reynolds, James 

Smith, J B 
Snow, E P 
ilaughlon, H -T 

Thicke, Charles 11 

Watts. J W II 

While, William, Col 
Whitley. Charles b 
White, H E 
Wilkins, S F 
Wintind tic, John 
Winter, Chas F., Capt. 



rictiirf Frnnier 

Messenger 

Civil Service 
Machinist 

do 

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Clergyman 
Paper ruler 
Primer 
Jill cher 
Men-hant 
]iook-keeper 
Wood turner 

Civil service 

Fitter C AR 

Clerk 

Lithographer 

VVait-r 

Cooper 

Real Kstate Agent 

Physician 

fr^njisravt'1% etc 

Caipenter 

Shipper 

L^nderlaker 

Breakmaa 

Mining Engineer 

Sad.ller 

Book finisher 

Civil Service 

Ai'chllfct 

Gemlcman 
Civi Service 
Boiler maker 
Contra tor 
Brewer 
Civil Service 



'iVl Rank Street 

2U4 Kideau street 

Post Office Department 
.'U7 Dalhousie street 
347 do do 

347 do do 

.544 King street 
8S Walhif street 
40r> Cumberhii'd street 
Hull, Pi-ov Quebec 
C'»r fJank & Ann sts. 
441 Coop r -street 
74 Elm street 

Inland Revenue Dcpt. 

Ottawa Fast 

100 Muria street 

100 Maria street 

.laneville 

80 Nelson street 

110 Wellington street 

180 Cooper >treet 

.SparkiH Street 

698 Albert street 

277 Dalhouse street 
Riiieau street 
Hintonburgh 

Rat Portage, Ont 
Bradford Ont 
338 Rideau street 

Interior Department 

Diirii'M* <'!iiiiiilierH. 

185 Wuriemburg str« et 

Agri(^ull ural Di-partment 

8(J4 Somcr.-^et street 

Janeville 

Gl Arthur street 

Inland Revenue Deptm't 



F. J. ALEXANDER, 
Duries' Chambers, Sparks Street, Ottavira. 



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Dealer in Artists' Materials, General Art Goods and 
Mirrors, Stationary and Fancy Goods. 



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School Supplies of all Kinds. 



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(ESTABLISHED 1847.) 

A. H. Winfindale, 



BREWER AND MALSTER. 



Indian Pale Ale, Stout and Porter in Wood and Bottles. 



Trade and Families Supplied. 



726 Wellington Streets 



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Bro. Fred. Foss, President of Stanley Lodge No. 55. 

The subject of this sketch was born in London, Eng- 
land, on the 5th May, 1862. He can.\e to Canada with his 
parents when quite young, and located in Ottawa, it might 
be said «)f Bro. Foss that he is a native of the cily. Alter 
passing through the public schools he learnod the trade of 
carriage trimmer, he followed the trade of his choice for 
some years, when he look a position with J. G. Butter- 
worth & Co., coal merchants, and for the past seven years 
has been in charge of their outside business. Bro. Foss 
joined Stanley Lodge as a charter member, he has filled 
almost every position in the gift of the lodge. Bro. Foss, 
like his father, who is a past-president of Stanley lodge 
and his three brothers, are workers, and are always found 
in their place at the lodge meetings,. . » 



Stanley Codge Do. $5. 



Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday at Wellington Hall, 

Wellington Street. 

OFFICERS: 

Fred Fobs, Pres. 



A. T. Shillington, Surgeon, 
406 Somerset street. 



C. G FoLKES, Fin.-Sec, 
Bk of Commerce, Wellington street 

R. B. W. Robinson, Druggist, 

Cor. Maria & Bank Sts. 



W. C. Teague, Treasurer, Florence street. 
List of Members. 



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Name. 
Ardley, James 

Berry, R A 
Broad head, A 
Brown, G 
Bull, E 
Burman, C 

Carter, A 
Carter, J as 
Cheetham, J B 
Cheetham, H 

Davidson, Wm 
Dawson, R J 

Folkes, C G 
Ford, A 
Fops, Fred 
Foss, Joshua 

Foss, C H 
Fobs, Geo 

Good way, C *. 
Grisby, A 
Geoi^e, A 



Occupation. 
Express driver. 

Musician 

Baker 

Laborer 

Saddler 

Tallyman 

Machinist 
Printer 
Machinist 
Butcher 

Captain 
Caretaker 

Bank messenger 
Laborer 

Carriage trimmer 
Carriage lllaki'r 

Carriage Painter 
Carriage Blacksmith 

Storeman 

Miner 

Waiter 



Address, 
Ann street 



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Mount Sherwood 
545 Albert tireet 
1st Avenue 
102 Spruce street 

Margaret street 
77 Margaret .?• reet 
20 Ellen street 
20 Ellen street 

24 Stanley Avenii*^ 
Exhibition Grounds 

Bank of Commerce 
447 Clarence street 
Margaret street 
Mnrgari't Sireot 

83 Marp:aret street 
53 Louise street 

125 Charles street 
East, Templeton 
34 Wellington street 







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Hunt, B J 

Hunt, F 

H W Hewlett 

Kidd, J F, M D 

Lamb, Geor^fe 
Led word, John 
Lees, J vV 
Lewis, J 
Lowen, J 

Mumford, O 

Owen S 
Otway, W J 

Powell, Thos 

Reynolds, E J 

Rumsley, A J 

Shorter, A A 
Shrimpton, J 
Stacy, J 
Shillington, A T 

Teague, W C 

Wood, Henry ^' ' 



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Prea<«man 

Laborer 

Bulcher 

Physician 

Messenger 
Baker 
Machinist 
Moulder 
Car cleaner 

Clerk 

MerehAiit Tailor 

Bicycle Maker 

Express driver 

Ed Anslo-Snxon 

Laborer 

Machinist 
Blacksmith 
Express driver 
Surgeon 

Compositor 

Laborer 



Henry street 

77 Margaret street 

Uocheitter i^treet 

Wellington street 

21 Grove st reet 
Cedar strei-t 
Hi' tonburgh 
147 Cedar street 
10 Munroe 

321 Gloucester street 

76 Rank Atreet 

Hintonburg, P. O 

Ann street 

Office l*n Spiirkg SI reet 

63 Church st., Hull, P.Q. 

92 Lloyd street 
^ Ottawa 8 reet 
48Kaymond st-eet 
406 Somerset street 

Florence street 

106 Nicholas street 



I D. F. STEVENS (Member of S.O.E.) 
I AGENT FOR 

^ The Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, J 

Sparks Street, Ottawa. \ 

Special "riirlft" policies for Children and Adults. J 



S Write Bro. Stevens to care of the Company and he will 
8 call and give you full trustworthy information. 



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Ero. Breary Siinn, President Russell Lodge, No. 56. 

We give herewith a short hiographical sketch of l^ro. 
Breary Slinn, alderman-elect for Rideau Ward, and Presi- 
dent of Rusaell Lod^e, was born at St. Neots. Huntin^don- 
shire, England, on December 22nd, 1855. He came to Ot- 
tawa direct from England in 1874. He resided in Glorces- 
ter township for several years, was in Vmsiness with his 
brother S. B. Slinn, East End Bak-^ry. He also managed, 
after the death of his brother, the S. S. Slinn. Palace 
Bakery, for 4 years. Two years ago he started in business 
for himself at 177 Creighton street, he also opened a con- 
fectioner store cor. Queen and O'Connor streets. He was 
for eight years secretary-treasurer of school section No. 25 
Gloucester. Bro. Siinn is a charter member of Russell 
Lodge, behi^^a well-known Oddfellow also .a mem^^er of the 
A.O.U.W., C O.F., and I.O.F. Bro. Slinn's business has 
increased beyond his expectation, he has now six deliveiy 
teams, and his ovens are taxed to their uttermost capacity. 



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Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday at Albert Hall, New Edinburgh. 

OKFICERS: ' 

Breaky Slinn, Prcs. Wm. Siioirr. Sec. 

C^roiglilon street. " Cr )ii,'hL >ii -<trcor. 

Dr. R. W. Powell, Sun/con. W. A. Lloyd. DruuuiHt. 

Cii \RLE8 Sharp, Traesurer, 21 John Street. 

List of Members. 



Name, 

Dawson, C 
Dawson, Frcti 

Hanninjrton. Rev 
Hardy, F W 
Hawken, J J 
Hoare, Thos 
Hope, JaiiicH 

Littlewood, Percy 

Sharp, Charles 
Sharp, William 
Short, S 
Short, WillJam 
Sliiiii, Kr4'»ry 
Snelling, W H 

Wells. D H 
Woof, J 

Tink, W H 
Tubman, R 

Veale, A J 
Veale, P H 



Occupation, 

Ciirpontor 
Carpentiir 

Clergyman 

Laborer 

Engineer 

Grocer 

Stiitiuiior 

Coachman 

Clerk 

Gardener 

Clerk 

Salesman 

Bilker, etc. 

Foreman 

Port er 
Laborer 

Carpenter 
Finisher 

Clerk 
Clerk 



Address. 

1(U Stanley Avenue 
51) CreighioM s.rcet 

125 McKay street 
('arp Ont. 
35 Alexend* r street 
(59-71 Sussex street 
174 Diill'eriii Uuud 

Rockliffe 

21 .Tohn street 
Rockliffe 
SiriiiKtield, Road 
.'iH rrei^ihlon street 
177 <'i'<'iulitoii Klrret 
172 Stanley Avenue. 

198 Botcllier street 
9 Victoria street 

23 Alexander street 
51 Creighton street 

211 Mf.Kay stre< t 
499 Gilniour street 



W. A. Gardner, of Lodge Derby, can be found on 

O'Connor street, Cab Stand. Brethren who may at 

any time feel it necessary in rushini? roand town on 

"^business or pleasure will find Bro. Gardner courteous 

and obliging. His cab equippage is up-to-date. 



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JAMES HOPE & SONS. 

BOOKSELLERS, 

Tmportm % manufacturing Stationers, 

Bookbinders and Job Printers, 

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ISnri'i.stei% isolicKor. \olary Piil^lic, <>t<'.. 

Supreme Court and Departmental Agent. 

Carleton Chambers, 74 Sparks Street, 



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Barrister and Advocate, Solicitor and Attorney, 
IN THE PROVINCES OF ONTARIO AND QUEBEC. 

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Bro. Walter Hunt, President Queen's Own, No. 233. 

Bro. Walter Hunt was born at Parme, Somersetshire, 
England, in 1846, he came out to Canada in 1872 and located 
at Toronto, leavirg that city he came to Ottawa 13 years 
t.go, and has been engaged with the Canada Atlantic Rail- 
way even since. Bro. Hunt is a charter member of Queen's 
Own Lodge, and was its first Vice-President, tbis year he 
was honoured with the presidency. He is a P.M.W. in the 
A.O.U.W., and has been Gd. Lodge Delegate for that body. 
He is one of Ottawa's best S. O. E. members, possessing that 
studious and thoughtful character which makes his remarks 
and advice appreciated, when given the members know it 
has not been done without mature thought. Queen's Own 
Lodge has a good president, and coupled with the energy 
of his associates in office a great future is before this young 
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Queen's Own Coage no. 233. 

Meets 2nd and 4th Monday at Moreland's Hall, 4th Avenue 



OFFICERS: 



Walter Hunt, Pres. 



J. S. WoRSLEY, Fin.- Sec, 

157 Percy street. 

Thos. Potter, Surgeon, R. B. W. Robinson, Druggist, 

284 Wellington Street. Cor. Maria & Bank Sts. 

A. MORELAND, Treasurer, Fourth Avenue. 



Name. 

Ackroyd, EW 

Anstiss, George 
Ardley, Alfred 

Benbow, T J 
BonipMS, W F 
Borbridge. H B 
Bowen, Albert 
Brouse, Samuel 
Burgess, A H 
Bennett, J H 

Crouch, Ptephen 
Clease, William John 

Davis, Dan 
Day, Alfred E 
Dyde, Dr C B 

Eaton, A J • 

Flatter?, Arthur E 

Garfoot, George 

Hambrook, J H 
Hanibrook, William 
lliiSlimuii. Joliu B 

Hcrsey. RevH I 
Howe, F W 



List of Members. 



Occuiiation. 


jiddress. 


Clerk 
Porter 


MuchiDore street 

14 C>inal St., Archville 

184 Flora street 


Caretaker 

Carp* nter 

Clerk 

('arpenter 

Watchtnan 

Labourer 

Clerk 


Drill Hall. 

Ottawa East 

296 Mttcalf.) slrcet 

427 Ann street 

Fourth Avenue 

Ella street 

88 Third Avenue. 


Laborer 
Painter 


24 Ella street 
Ottawa East 


Laborer 

Photographer 

Physician 


F'ora street 

473 Gilmour f-treet 

Cor. Bank and 3rd Ave 


Clerk 


252 Stewart street 


Driver 


170 Rideau street 


Machinist 


174 Isabella street 


Laborer '^ ''' 
Laborer ' 
riiiiiil>er 

Clergyman ■' » 
Clerk 


32 Ella street 

do 
51 O*€oiiiior Street 

' 79 Second Avenue. 
419 Lisgar street 



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Hovvse, VVilliam 
Hunt, Walter 
Hayug, J T 
Lester, W H 
Lowry, Thomas 

May, P W 
Morelaiid, A 

Moi'el««nd, W A 
Mardhall, Arthur 

Peart, W lliam 
Porter. Dr. I'hos 
Povvnall, Alfred H 
PretsJand, Kdwatd 

Reynolds, James 
K«»l>iiiM»ii, U IB W 

Koss, Albert A 

Srott, J H 
Skillen, Wm 

Thomas, C 
Tobin, Joshua 

Whiting. A II 
Wilson, A 
Worsh^y, J S 
Wilson, J J 



Carpenter 

Laborer 

Carpenter 

M h(^'l\viiji{ht 

Brieklayer 

Carpenter 



Gmwr 

Clerk 
Carpenter 

Messenger . 
Ph\ s cian 
CU'rk 
Carpenter 

Lnbo»er 
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Clerk 
Plasterer 

Harn OSS maker 
Mnfr tarpaulins, etc. 

Teamster 
Bookkeeper 
I'ainter 
Painter 



52 Muchmore street 

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186 Laiiel!a street 
48 Alutiroe street 
24 Fourth Avenue 
117 Charles street 

350 Albert street 

< or 41 li Av<' A Kaiik Kt 

47.*i Gilmoiir '•treet 
Fhird Aveiiue 

IG F^rev sfreet 
284 U'j'lliigiun street 
85 Cambridge si i eet 
Muchmore hireit 

Sei ond A ve?uie 
€i»i*. isaiik A .^lai'ia 

278 Mui, limv»ie hireet 

Post Ofl^ice Department 
Muchmore street 

.'^4 Creiyhlon street 
75 Third Avenue* 

lOOThitd Avenue 
110 First Avenue 
157 I'ercy >-ti«et. 
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IMPORTER OF 

Choice FamiCy Groceries, Foreig^n and 

Domestic Fruits. 



Cor 4th Avenue and Bank Street. 

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Practical Carriage Makers in all Branches 

Repairing of all Kinds. 

348 Weliinston Street, Cor. Lyon. 



R. B. W. ROBINSON, 

The Only English Druggist in Ottawa. 

€or. Bank and Hl.'iria Streets. 



A. G. BRETHOUR, 

Chemist for Bowood Lodge No. 44, 

€or. Coopcf and Bank Streets. 



Henry Watters, Druggist, 

107 Sparks Street is Headquarters in Ottawa 

for Pure Drugs and Medicines at reasonable 

Drices. 

Telephone 950. 



FOR A GOOD HAIR CUT CALL AT 

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Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Rubbers and Moccasins. £| 
Repairs neatly and promptly executed. 
Custom work a specialty. 




JOHN W. H. WATTS, R.C.A., 

Duries' Chambers, Sparks Street, 




S. J. DAVIS, 

THE PEOPLES* SriLDER, 

87 JANE STREET, OTTAWA. 

IIOx^lES FOK ALL. 



Cab Proprietor, 304 Lisffar Street. 

Nine Years Coachman to the Marquis of Lorne 

and He?" Royal Highness the Princess Louise 
Orders rroiiiplly Alteiided to • - • - Fhiiiic St*. 68.^. 



Wm. HOWE, Gun and Locksmith, 

Dealer in all kinds of Fire Arms and Fishing Tackle, Lawn 

Mowers and Bicycles. Repaired Guns and Rifles, 

Re-l»rown(d and Ite-blued. 

AGE\T FOIt .IIAi^SEY-HAKIllS BI€1'€LES, 

95 Rideau Street. . - . Ottawa. 



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Meets 1st and 2nd Wednesday at S. O. E. Hall, Hull. 

OrFICERS: 



Thos. Black, Pres. 



Geo. Harbour, Fin.-Sec, 

26 Brewery Creek. 



Alex. Ouimett, Surgeon. R. A. Helmer, Druggist 

E. Broadhead, Treasurer, pi Front street. 
List of Members. 



""■' Name. 

Ashby, H J 

Barker, Alfred 
Bebb. WilLam 
HinRley, .Tames 
Birks T H 
Black, GeOrg'e 
Black, Thomas 
Blakeney, H G 
Blaker.ey, S 
Broadhead, Edwin 
Broadhead, T W 
Broadhead, George 

Cockburn, R E 

Dann, Joseph 
Dann, William 
Dodson, Alfred K 

Farmer, George 

Harbour, George 
Harvey, Thomas 
Harvey, Tom 
Hicks, Charles 

Jotii'son, J 
Jones, F 
Jones, L 

Lusk. J C 



Occupation. 
Laborer 

Fapermaker 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Clerk 

Bricklayer 

Mason / 

l^aborer ' 

Laborer 

Cabinetmaker 

Painter 

Bank Note Engraver 



Jeweller 

Laborer / 
Laborer / 
Paper makpr 

Laborer 

Gilder '^ 
Papermaker 
Panermaker 
Papermaker 

Laborer 
Laborer 
J^aborer 

Laborer 



Address. 
Wrip'htville 

Post Offlc^. 
Wiighi ville 

220 Front St., Eddyvllo. 
Eddyville 
Chelsea Road 
do do 
G^i Brewery 

328 James street. Otiawa. 
91 Front street, Eddyville 
10 Brewery Creek, 
do do 

174 Nepean st., Ottawa 



23 Ann street 
47 Wrigf t street 

228 Front st, Eddyviil^ 

Eddyville - 

Main street *' 

do 

47 Wright street 

Chaudier street 

155 Front st, Eddyville 

\\ right ville 

64 Brewery street 



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Mc William, Alfred 

Reynolds, William 
Rile^ , George 

Salmon, A 
Skipworth, C 
Smith, Rev F R 
Swale, George 

Thomas, A 
Wilcox, F Thomas 



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Ptfcpermaker 

Laborer 
Farmer 

Laborer 
Cuachriian 
Clergyman 
Driver 

Papermaker 

Laborer 



37 Langevin street 

213 liiidge street, Ottawa. 

Wright ville 
Ayliner Ruad 

Chelsea Road 

41 Brewery street 

Main street 

72 Wellington street 

Front street, Eddy ville 

76 Eccles street, Ottawa. 



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The above named lodge was established by that well- 
known Ottawa Valley representative— Bro. Ed. Ac- 
kroyd— who it can be said was the foremost of all or- 
ganizers that Ottawa has had. Tenryson— a name 
familiar to Englishmen, was well chosen, at the time of 
opening the lodge the poet laureate was laying on a bed 
of sickness, which proved fatal, and the sympathy of 
the English people throughout the world were turned to 
one who had handed down some of the most stirring 
national inspirations which have thrilled the English 
mind. Lodge Tennyson, Hull, P.Q , is named after 
England's greatest poet— Lord Tennyson. 




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127 Sparks Street, - - Ottawa, Ont. 

Post Office Box 296. 

The Anglo-Saxon is the only English repre- 
sentative paper in Canada, it is now well in its 
ELEVENTH YEAR of publication, there are many 
who have been subscribers from its fiist issue — 
when the number of lodges were only 44 — and who 
are well pleased with the work the paper has per- 
formed. 

Ottawa subscription rates are : 
12 months for 35c per member— whole lodge. 
Single copies 50c each subscriber. 

Our office is opposite the Brunswick Hotel. 
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The City of Ottawa. 

The City of Ottawa, capital of the Dominion of Cana- 
da, situated on the hank of the Ottawa River, is 120 miles 
from Montreal, the same distance from Kinjajston, 75 miles 
from Brockville, and 280 miles from Toronto, and is reached 
by steamers on the Ottawa River and the Rideau Canal, 
Canadian Pacific, Canada Atlantic, Ottawa, Arnprior and 
Parry Sound, Ottawa and Gatineau, Pontiac and Pacific 
Junction and Ottawa and New York railways. 

By-Town— now Ottawa— was founded in 1827, in Janu- 
ary 1855, it was incorporated as a city with 10,000 of a popu- 
lation and selected as the seat of Government by Her Most 
Gracious Majesty the Queen . 

The City has an acreage of 3,365| acres. 

To show the prog^ress the city is making we give, as 
briefly as possible, the following as a sample : — 

Assessment, 1898 $22,922,450 

•» 1897 21,947,535 

Increase for 1898 $984,915 

Assessed, 1898 $22,922,450 

Exempt, 1898 $15,681,250 

Total value .... $38,602,700 

Population, 1897 53,727 

% Places of Interest « 

Parliament Buildings — Art Gallery, Fisheries Exhibit 

— Geological Museum — Experimental Farm — Fire Stations 

Lovers' Walk— Major Hill Park— Rideau Hall -Exhibition 

Grounds— Post Office- City Hall— Electric Power House — 
Waterworks Pump House — Uhurches — Asylums— Atheletic 
Clubs, etc. 



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BUTTERWORTH & Co., 



Hardware Merchants, 
Iron Founders and 
Heating Engineers. 



SPARKS STREET, 






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- - Ottawa, Ont. 



DANIELS, 



Manager. 



J^. ID. HELiyCEE,, 

Dealer in all Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats, 

I ish. Fowl, Vejjfetahles, Etc. 

€or. 4th AVK.^IJK «& KA:VK ^TKKKT, - • • OTTAWA. 



€£]%TRAL HI EAT 8HOP. 

174 KOCH EST K I S THIBET, - - OTTAWA. 

All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats K« pt Con- 
stantly on Hand. 



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A. G. TAYLOR, 
Bijou Oyster Rooms, 

17 METCALFE STREIT, - - OTTAWA. 



John Higman, 

Plumber and Steamfltter, Stoves, etc., 
51 O'CONNOR ST., - - OTTAWA. 



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OTTAWA CITV RAG STORE 



311 KING STREET, - • 

DEALER IN 



OTTAWA, 



PAPER STOCK, COnON & WOOLLEN RACS, 

SCRAP IRON AND METALS. 

Highest Cash Prices Paid for Country Rags or any of the 

above materials. 

J. R. WALKER, ALEX. DACKU8, 

Proprietor, Manager, 




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A. HIDSON, 

Auctioneer, Assi^^nee, Real Estate, Insurance, 
MInlnflf Property and Stocks. 

181 Sparks Street* - • - Ottawa. 

Houses rented, property bought and sold. 
Rents and book debts collected. 

GENERAL AGENT. 



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Messrs. Easton Bros., 






FAMILY BITCHERS, 



229 Rideau Street 



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203 Bank Street. 




Lovers of good old English 
Roast Beef should give us 
a trial. The primest of 
Beef, Pork, Lamb, Poultry, 
etc., will always be found 
at the above addresses. 

Try our celebt-ated .... 
Cainn bridge Sausafires, 

FRESH DAILY. 



Phone 



976 



strict Attention Paid to all Plione Orders. 







teluvtvntii ' -nr of Pu'blicaiioiu 

Pvibhshed Monthly. 50c a Year 



Catalog -'CS, Prii'C Lists, Paniphl;;ts» 
By-laws, Programmes, etc. Lettw 

i-ieads, Note Heads, Bill Heads. State- 

jne.n*,. Envelopes, Shippiufj 'rat:s,e.c.