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In introducing the Second Annual Edition 
of the S. O. E. Directory for this district, I desire to 
offer my sincere thanks to those who have recogniz- 
ed its value and have assisted me by advertising- in 
its cohimns. It will be found that many of these by 
cause of nationality, etc., are not members of the 
order, while some who are members, and who 
advertised in the last edition are amongst the 
missing-. Others again on account of press of time 
in getting^ out tlie Register were not interview^ed, to 
these I offer my sincere apology. 

Last year's edition was much appreciated by 
the members, and was found to be a powerful 
medium in bringing- the brotherhood into notice, 
and increasing its numbers. The present issue as 
will be easily realized by comparison, is much 
more useful, and interesing has other lodges in 
the Ottawa Valley are added. I feel sure that 
these additions will be welcomed by many visiting 
brethren as by reference to its pages, no brother 
Englishman need feel himself a stranger in any of 
the towns herein mentioned may visit. 

The advertisers are all firms of the highest 
probity and will we feel sure, do their best to 
give satisfaction to any S. O. E. brethren dealing 
with them. When visiting such, a mention of this 



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register may be iiiutually satisfactory to l^otli Deal- 
er and Publisher. 

In conclusion we hope the present year may 
be most successful the S. O. E. P). S. has had. 
Let every brother feel that each qualified luig-lish- 
man ouuht to belon<r to the order. " Unity is 
strength '' and up to the present, the English are 
the only nationality who do not seem to re- 
cognize the fact. One of the best means of attain- 
ing this end, is to join the vS. O. U. To be in full 
touch with its aims, and workings, one needs to 
subscribe to the oldest, best, and reliable organ, 
'' The Anglo-Saxon. 

The Place Names of Lodges, and Biographical 
Sketches of our local brethren and that of our Sup- 
reme officers will be a feature of the Directory. It is 
confidently expected that the Directory will cover 
a still wider territory next year. In fact we are 
anticipating extending the Directory throughout 
the order, — and in the course of a few years cover 
the entire membership from the Atlantic to the 
Pacific. 

In this, our effort, we hope to have the con- 
fidence and assistance of the brethren. Our aim 
is to be of service to the Sons of England. 

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ALD. S. J. DAVIS, District Deputy of Ottawa. 

Bro. Aid. Samuel J. Davis, the worthy district deputy of 
the Sons of Enpjland, is the youngest son of the late Wm. 
Eavis, builder, he was born in the Isle of Wight, 1S49, he 
was educated at Poplar House Academy, he loft South- 
ampton for Canada in 1870, and with the exception 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, and 
has filled many offices in the lodge, including that of Presi- 
dent, he was delegate to Brantford also St, Catharines. 
Bro. Davis is an extensive holder of the Capital's real estate, 
And a larg? builder, some of the best residences of Ottawa 
are monuments to his skill. Bro. Davis is very popular as 
a, citizen of Ottawa. He is chairman of the main drainage 
<;omniittee, he was instrumental in having carried the by- 
laws to raise $500,000 to thoroughly drain the Capital. 



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DERBY LODGE. 

DerV)y Lodge, No. 30, was named after Lord Derby, on 
the suggestion, we believe, of Bro. Croft Hulme, P.S.G.P., 
of Bel.eville,Ont.,who came to Ottawa some 13 years ago to 
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 England's 
greatest statesmen. 

BOWOOD LODGE. 

Bowood Lodge, No. 44, is called after the county seat 
ot tlie 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 where 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 should be 
so, in honor of the then Marquis, who was Governor-Gen- 
eral of Canada at that time. It is gratifying to the mem- 
bers of Bowood Lodge that the Marquis of Lansdowne is at 
the present time England's War Minister in Lord Salis- 
bury'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. J. Wick- 
stCL^d, LL. D. — to the members to attend an "At Home,'* 
at Rideau Hall, at which a large number of the brethreiv 
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STANLEY LODGE. 

Stanley L*odpfe is another name familiar both to Cana- 
dians and English history. Our lare 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 work, pushing slowly but surely to the 
front, impressing all that it has its roots deeply planted and 
will ever hold and cheiish 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 growing as heailhy as 
the old English oak does. The locality is practically a sub- 
urb of Ottawa, and before the anm-xation, of what was 
known as New Edinburgh, it was a miniicipality of the 
County of Russell, a name having the same ret'^^ence to the 
same noble person as the lodge — Lord Russell. 

QUEEN'S OWN LODGE. 

Queen's Own Lodge, No. 233, was opened on Feb. 23rd.,^ 
1896. The object in giving the name of Queen's Own was a 
suggestion by the Chaplain, Rev. H. L Horsey, it being the 
Jubilee Year he held it would be in keeping with the cele- 
bration 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 the 
Sons of England. 

TENNYSON LODGE, HULL, P. Q. 

The above named lodge was established by that well- 
known Ottavva Valley representative, Bro. Ed. Ackroyd, 
who it can be said was the foremost of all organizer-s that 
Ottawa has had. Tennyson— a name familiar to English- 
men, 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 



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of the most stirriner national inspirations which have 
thrilled the English mind. Lodge Tennyson, Hull, P. Q., 
is named after England's greatest poet — Lord Tennyson. 

NELSON LODGE, ALMONTE. 

Nelson Lodge bears a name familiar to all English 
speaking people the world over, a name that Englishmen 
love to revere, one that has made history for England and 
that has immortalized the character of Englishmen. 

The members of Nelson lodge have proved to the S.O.E. 
that they can carry out the order give by England's great 
admiral that " England expects every man to do his duty." 
The members of this lodge are imbued with the spirit that 
has animated Englishmen everywhere. Nelson is one of 
the progressive lodges of the order, was established 1887, 
and is governed by energetic and efficient officers. 



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



The Daughters of England is also flourishing. It is 
composed of wives and daughters of members of the S.O.E. 
Lodge Ivy is making very substantial progress. 



Lion Lodge, Ottawa is as prominent and enterprising 
as any in the Juvenile department, Its name is taken from 
that king of the forest, the lion, which is emblematic of 
the strength and ability of England. The lodge possesses 
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190 York street 
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73 Margaret street 
280 Clarance street 
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701 Cooper street 

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187 Henderson ave 

283 Maria street 

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514 King street 
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667 Somerset street 
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Smith, Joseph H 
Saiith, Samuel 
Smith. W G 
Stroud, W R 
Sutton, H K 
Sajith, Albert 
Smith, Alfred 
Stevens, C P 



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Agent 

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Laborer 

Merchant 

Baker 

Butcher 

News Agent 

Machinist 



Taylor, Abraham Carpenter 
Teague, JJ Engine fitter 

Trowbridge, John GPrinter 
Thompson, Walter Laborer 
Taylor, S E Carpenter 

Thoburn, D Prmter 



Verall, J E 

Watts, A R 
Weatherall Francis 
Weatherall, J 
Welch, David J 
Westwick, Thomas 
Willans, John 
William, George H 
Williams, Jas W 
William, s Luke 
Woodruff, John 
Whitehead, W 

Yelland, James 
Yelland, George 
Yelland, William 



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Gardner 

Gardner 

Civil Service 

Miller 

Fireman 
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Moulder 



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687 McLaren street 
498 Lisgar street 
336 James street 
Rideau street 
Cummings' Bridge 
336 James street 
115 Turner street 
86 Waller street 

675 McLaren street 
Ottawa East 
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85 George street 
483 McLeod street 
355 Cooper street 

286 Albert street 

309 Rideau street 
Cummings' Bridge 
Cummings' Bridge 
273 Besserer- street 
212 Besserer street 
Ottawa East 
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474 Lewis street 
474 Lewis street 
Rideau Park 
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England's metropolis in 1860 for Canada, and located in 
Ottawa. Bro. Charles learned the trade of cabinet maker, 
which trade he followed till 1875, when he took a position 
with Mr. Alex Mortimer, the then Government Bookbinder 
and Lithogragher, now the Mortimer Co., Limited, where 
he has been for the last 25 years. Bro. Charles became a 
member of Bowood Lodge No. 44, in 1888, and has been a 
steady and active member ever since, he has filled all the 
offices in the lodge, and has refused to take the chair on 
several occasions. At the last election the brethren unani- 
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OFHCERS: 



Jos. Charles, Prcs. 



W. D. JoRDON, Sec, 

264 Rideau Street. 



C W. F. OonuYJA^y Surgeon, 
281 Bank Street. 



A. E. Brethour, Drug, 
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Harry Bott, Treasurer, 261 Somerset street. 



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Andrews, J E 
Andrews, F T 

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

Charles, Joseph 
Church, C R MD 
Cook. Fred, SGVP,, 
Cox Edward 
Cottee, A T 
Cowan, W J 
Coates, J no 
Cuff, G W 

Dackus, Alexander 
Daubney, Edward 
Davis, Samuel J 
Dixon, James 



Occupation. 



Address. 



Engraver, etc Sparks street 
Agent 171 Sparks street 



Bookbinder 

Caretaker 

Foreman 

Grocer 

Mgr C P R Tel 

Civil Service 



340 Rideau street 
44 Duif erin Road n e 
16 William st south 
Albert &Wel'tonsts 
261 Somerset st 
Geological Survey 



Butterworth & Co 197 Sparks street 

Bookbinder 36 Lewis street 

Physican 202 Elgin street 
Press Corresp'ent 212 O'Connor sb 

Bucther Hull Prov Quebec 

Bookbinder 257 Bolton street 

Cleaner Revere Ho Prescott 

C Engineer Ottawa Gas Co 

Driver 142 Queen street 



Merchant 
Civil Service 
Builder 
Bookbinder 



311 King street 
P O Department 
83 Jane street 
Toronto 



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Godwin, E B 
Graham, W B 
Gorrrll, OWE 
Green, W E 

Hawken, Frank 
Howe, William 
Hunter, Thos 
Horwood, E L 

Jar man, F 
Jordon, W D 

King, Wm F 



Civil Service 
Asst-Brewer 
Physician 
Laborer 

P O Inspector 
Gunsmith 
Painter 
Architect 

Picture Framer 
Clerk 

Civil Service 



P'lic Work Depart't 
Hintonburgh 
281 Bank street 
26 Victoria ave 

Post Office 
Hideau street 
17 Carling ave 
Bank st Chambers 

272 Bank straet 
264 Rideau street 

127 Gloucester st 



Low, James E 
Low, Frank 
Low, George Sr 
Low, George Jr 
Laidlaw, Jon 

Mackey, A W Rev 
Mason, James H 
Mason, William T 
Milnes, Robert 
Morgan, L G 
Mulhall, John 
McFall, G E 

Newby, Frank 



Civil Service 
Machinist 

do 

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(Clergyman 

Paper ruler 

Printer 

Butcher 

Merchant 

Book-keeper 

Stenographer 



P O Department 
847 Dalhousie st 
847 do do 
847 do do 
121 Spruce street 

544 King street 
Isabella street 
407 Cumberland st 
Hull. Prov Quebec 
Cor Wel'ton&Kenfc 
441 Cooper street 
288 Preston st 



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Pegg, Robert 
Pel ton, George 
Percy, John 
Pinhey, Horald K 
Powell, R W M D 
Pritchard, T H 
Powell, J A 



Fitter CAR 6th street Ottawa e 

Lit hographer 109 Maria street 

Waiter Janeville 

Cooper 80 Nelson street 
Real Estate agent 110 Webington st 

Physican 180 Cooper street 

Engraver, etc Snnrksstreet 

Carpenter 217 Nepean st 

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Reynolds,E B 
Reynolds, James 

Smith, J B 
Snow, E P 
Staughton, H J 



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Brakeman 



Rideau street 
127 Sparks street 
Hintonburgh 



Mining Engineer Rat Portage Ont 
Saddler Bradford Ont 

Book finisher 338 Rideau sc 



Townsend, K C Carpenter 



Watts J W H 
White, Wm Col 
Whitney, ChasF 
Whitp, H E 
Winfindale, John 
Winter, ChasFCap 
Way, John 



Architect 
Gentleman 
Civil Service 
Boiler maker 
Brevier 
Civil Service 
Caretaker 



Depot Harbor 

Duries' Chambers 
185 Wurtemburgh st 
Agricultural Dept 
864 Somerset st 
28 Spruce st 
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Rro. Walter Hunt was born at Forme, Somersetshire, 
En^Jaod, in 1848, he came out to Canada in 1872 and located 
at Toronto, leaving that city he came to Ottawa^iU years 
agt>, and has been engaged with the Canada Atlantic Rail- 
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Own Lodge, and was its first Vice-President. This is^his 
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Meets 2iid and 4th Monday at Moreland's Hall, 
Corner Fourth Avenue and Bank Street. 

, OFFICERS: 

Walter Hunt, Pres.^ A. Wilson, Secretary, 

110 Firrt Avenue, 



Thos. Potter, Surg., 

284 Wellington Street. 

A. MoRELAND, Treasurer, Fourth Avenue. 



W. F. Day, Driig., 

3rd Ave. & Bank St. 



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Name. 


Occupation. 


Address. 


Ackroyd, E W 
Anstiss, George 
Ardley, Alfred 
Argue, Dr 
Ardley, P 


Clerk 
Porter 
M.D. 
Laborer 


Mutch more street 
68 Albert street 
184 Flora street 
127 Bank street 
11 William street 


Bompas, W F 
Borbridge, H B 
Bowen, Albert 
Brouse, Samuel 
Burgess, A H 
Bennett, J H 


Carpenter 

Clerk 

Carpenter 

Watchman 

Laborer 

Clerk 


Ottawa East 

296 Metcalfe street 

427 Ann street 

Fourth avenue 

Ella street 

88 ThiM avenue 


Crouch, Stephen 
Clease, Wm John 


Laborer 
Painter 


24 Ella street 
Third avenue 


Davis, Dan 
Day, Alfred E 
Day, F W 


Laborer 

Photographer 

Druggist 


Flora street 

473 Gilmour street 

3rd ave & Bank st 


Eaton, A J 
Ezard, M 


Clerk 
Laborer 


252 Stewart street 
Ottawa East 


Flatters, Arthur E 


Driver 


170 Rideau street 


Oarfoot, George 


Machinist 

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174 Isabella stroot 




Hambrook J. H 
Ham brook, Wm 
Higman, John B 
Horsey, Rev H I 
Howse, Edward 
Hunt, Walter 
Hayes, J T 
Howard, D A 
Hill, J H 



Laborer 

Laborer 

Plumber 

Clergyman 

Carpenter 

Carpenter 

Wheelwright 

Carpenter 

Merchant 



23Ellaslreet 
32 Ella street 

51 O'Connor street 
79 Second avenue 

52 Much more street 
186 Isabella street 
48 Munroo street 
600 Russell avenue 
159 Bank street 



I ester, W H 
Lowry, Thomas 

Moreland, A 
Moreland, W A 
Marshall, Arthur 
McElroy, Dr. 
Maunder, J F 

Potter, Dr. Thos 
Presland, Edward 
Patching, R 

Reynolds, James 
Robinson, R B W 
Ross, Albert A 
Rivett, C 
Robertson, C 

Scott, J H 
Skillen, Wm 
Stamp, T 

Thomas, C 
Tobin, Joshua 

Whiting, A H 
Wilson, A 
Woraley, J S 



Bricklayer 
Carpenter 

Grocer 

Clerk 

Carpenter 

M.D. 

Plasterer 

Physician 
Carpenter 
Journalist 

Laborer 
Chemist 

Carpenter 
Carpenter 

Clerk 
Plasterer 
Harnes maker 



24 Fourth avenue 
117 Charles street 

cor 4th ave &, Pank st 
473 Gilmour street 
Third avenue 
cor. Br;nk & 3rd ave 
74 Fourth avenue 

283 Wellington st 
Muchmore street 
338 McLeod street 

Second avenue 
cor. Bank <fe Maria st 
278 Muchmore street 
Third avenue 
347 McLeod street 

Post Office Dept. 
Muchmore street 



Harness maker 84 Creighton street 
Mfr tarpaulins etc 75 Third avenue 



Teamster 

Bookkeeper 

Painter 



100 Third avenue 
110 First avenue 
157 Percy street 



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OFFICERS: 



A. G. HoRTON, Pres., 



J. Ix. Bennett, Secretary, 
Box 217, Almonte. 
J. H. Bray, Treasurer. 



Name. 

Bennett, J H 
Bray, G H 
Brown, T B 

Cockroft, E 
Cockrof t, W H 
Coxford, J 

Davis, S 
Drynan, J 

Etherington, G 
Emsley, E 

Fletcher, J F 

Graham, R 
Graham, T H 

Hagen, T H 
Horton, A G 
Horton, G B 
Haydon, R W 

Illingworth, G 
Illingworth. W 
Isherwood, H 



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Address. 



Fuller Box 217 Almonte 

Sup'ent F Mill Almonte 
Painter Almonte 

Woorst'dspinner Almonte 
Woorst'd spinner Almonte 



Shoemaker 

Factory oper 
Marble cutter 

Telegraph oper 
Weaver 

Carder 

File smith 
File smith 

Laundry 
Carpet weaver 
Weaver 



Blakeney 

Almonte 
Almonte 

Almonte 
Almonte 

Almonte 

Almonte 
Brooklyn, N Y 

Huron, S Dak at o 

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Law ford, R J 


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Mattock, G 
Mattock, E 
Masterman, T 
Metcalfe, A A 


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Factory oper 
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Almonte 
Almonte 
Almonte 
Almonte 


Nicholson, J 


Laborer 


Almonte 


Owrid, H 


Dyer 


Almonte 


Potter, P L 
Powell, T 
Proctor, S 
Proctor, E 


Harness maker 
Watchman 
Spinner. 
Machinist 


Calgary, Man 
Almonte 
Almonte 
Johnstown U S 


Sleveijc, W 
Shearn, A F 
Shipman, L W 


Laborer 
Butcher 
Furniture dealer 


Almonte 
Almonte 
Almonte 


Thoburn, W 


Woolen Mfr 


Almonte 


William, F 


Butcher 


Almonte 



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The town of Almonte has a population of over 3,000; 
it is some 35 miles west of Ottawa and is entered by the 
Canadian Pacific Railway. The town is beautifully situat- 
ed, it has great water power and extensive woolen mills, 
the most important being owned and operated by Bro. Wm. 
Thoburn, the first District Deputy for the Sons of England 
of the Ottawa Valley. There are knitting factories, also 
iron and file works, and other manufactures. 

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sold under the 
absolute guar- 
antee that they 
are constructed of the 
best material, perfect in 
workmanship and that 
they will operate perfect- 
ly and give entire satis- 
faction in all cases, under 
necessary conditions. 



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Sales rooms 

J 97 Sparks St. 



Factory 

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GEO. SLEEMAN, 

Brewer and Malster^ 

Manufacturer of First 
Quality Ales, Porter, and 
Lager Beere^e^*^ 

Sleeman & Kuntz, Agents, Ottawa* 



R HUNT 

Dealer in 

Ham, Butter, Poultry, 

Bacon, Cream, & Cambridge 
Lard, Oysters, Sausages. 

Fruit and vegetables in season. 




HUNT'S DAIRY, 
132 Bank St- - - Ottawa. 



Phone J32J .♦.• 



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Ottawa City Rag Store 

3 11 King Street, Ottawa 

Paper Stock, Cotton aod 
Woolen Rags, Scrap Iron 
and Metals, Bones. 
Highest Cash Prices 
Paid for Country Rags 
or any of the above Ma- 
terials 



J. R. WALKER, 

Proprietor. 



ALEX. DACKUS, 

Manager. 



Garrioch, Godard & Co. 



The Largest Stock of Electrical Fixtures, 

Electric Light Shades and General 

Supplies in the City. 



Wiring for Electric Lights and Bells done 

at Shortest Notice and at reasonable 

Prices. Edison Phonographs 

and Records. 



55 Sparks Street, Ottawa. 

Phone 1066 when repairs are required. 



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FRED. COOK, 
Supreme Grand Vice-President of the 
Sons of England. / 

Bro. Fred Cook, Supreme Grand Vice-President of the 
Sons of England, was born at Leeds, Yorkshire, on July 
4th, 1858. He came to Canada in 1882 and has been engaged 
in active news paper work since that time. Bro. Cook is 
Canadian correspondent of the London Times, and is Ottawa 
representative of the Mail and Empire and other leading 
Canadian newspapers. In addition to his journalistic duties 
Bro. Cook has devoted considerable at tention to municipal 
affairs. He was a member of the Ottawa Public School 
Board and of the Ottawa City Council for four terms each, 
and was chairman of the Ottawa Board of Health for one 
year. The new Grand Vice-President is essentially one of 
*'the boys," fond of outdoor exercise of every kind. He is 
this year president of the Abbitibbi Fish and Game Club 
which has five magnificent lakes and a splendid area of 
hunting territory in Ottawa county. Bro. Cook's con- 
nection with the S.O.E. dates back to 1884 when he joined 
old Kent Lodge in Toronto. He is an active member of 
the Bovvood Lodge, Ottawa, and past president of Claren- 
don W. R. Decree Lodge. Bro. Cook ranks high in the 
Masonic fraternity having been W. M. of Buildeis' Lodge 
Ottawa for three successive years. When Grand Lodge 
met at Ottawa he was honored by being elected to the 
position of Grand Junor Warden. He has also been 
President of the St. George's Society for two years, Bro. 
Cook is a member of the Scottish Rite Lodge, the I.O.F. 
and Royal Arcanum. In the important office to which he 
has just been appointed we predict that Bro. Cook, will do- 
much good for the Order. 



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Hull, Canada. 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OP 

Wooden ware, indurated Ware, 

Matches, Ware, Etc. 

Washboards, Antiseptic 



Paper, 
Paper 
Bags, 



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Almonte House 

The best dollar per day Hotel in the 
City. To S. O. E. brethren we re- 
commend it. 

223 to 227 Wellington Street, 
Ottawa . - - - . - Ontario, 

BRITISH HOTEL 



First-class accommodation at moderate prices 



:f_ s^a^tosell. 



Cab Proprietor, 304 Lisffar Street. 

Nine years eoachman to the Marquis of Lome 
and Her Royal Highness the Princess LouiseJ 

Orders Promptly Attended to. - - - Phone No. 683 




DONALD HECTOR McLEAN, B.A, 



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D. H. McLEAN, Reeve of Hintonbnrgh. 

The subject of this sketch, Donald HectorMcLecan, B.A., 
is the son of the late Hector McLean, merchant, he was 
l)orn in ISO."), educated in the Public Schools Ottawa, and at 
Woodstock (Ont. ) College and University College, Toronto, 
giaduated with honors in Modern Languages in 1893 ; stud- 
ied law ; called to the Bar in 1893, and is now practising his 
profession successfully, and has offices in Central Chambers, 
Elgin Street, Ottawa. On seeking nninicipal honor. ,vas 
elected Reeve in 1897, re-elected in 1898 and in 1899 by ac- 
clamation, a Liberal in politics. Mr. McLean has seen con- 
sidei-able c,f th(3 world. In the sunuiiei' of 1890 he crossed 
the Atlantic, working before the mast over and back and 
when on the other side tramped and bicyled over cons der- 
able parts of England, Scotland and France for over tai'ee 
months : again in the summer and fall of 1894, he was in 
the Old Land wheeling — this time in France, Switzerland 
and Northern Italy. His notes of his experiences and 
adventures on both trips would, if committed to paper Ix^ 
very entertaining as those of a young Canadian's impres- 
sions of old world life, and it is to be hoped that som« day 
they will be. Mr. McLean has been an ardent militiaman 
for some years -first joining as a private in K Company 
"Queen's Own," when at the l^niversity. He was given a 
lieutenants commission on the organization of the 48th 
Highlanders, and on coining to Ottawa again, in 1893, he 
transferriHl to The Governor General's Foot (xuards, in 
which corps he is now a captain. 

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THE VIIvIvAGE OF HINTONBURC^H. 



This thriving suburb of the City of Ottcawa lies on ihe 
bank of the Ottawa River immediately west of the city. 
The population last year (1898) was 2,850, an increase nf over 
60 per cent, upon what it was at the time of incorporation 
in 1894. 



The village by reason of its peculiarly a* 



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position enjoys all the advantages of city life without many 
of its drawbacks. Street cars, electric lighiing, a complete 
series of sidewalks and police protection, and by the end of 
1899 the waterworks system, now under construction, will 
have been completed, a (airly satisfactory system for the 
time being, of drainage will be built at the same time. 

The new Public School is a commodious eight roomed 
building built in 1898, according to the most approved ideas, 
and the principal, Miss Tomkins, is well known throughout 
the City and County as an unusually successful educalion- 
alist. The Separate School is a well situated f<^'ur roomed 
brick building. There are three Protestant churches, 
Presbyterian Anglican, and Methodist. The Capuchin 
Monastery and garden with the French Church attached is 
a picturesque bit of Old Wold life. The English Roinan 
Catholic Church is in the Township of Nepean just outside 
the Village limits. 

The Municipal tax rate for all purposes for each of th'^ 
las< ivvu years has been ten mills. Tiie Public School late 
during the same period has been 5h mills on the average 
while the Assessment is not much over 70 : of the actual 
value. There are no other rates for local improvements or 
otherwise, the cost of all such improvements as sidewalk's 
etc., being met out of the general improvement fund. 

There is a large water power on the river fronf hitherto 
undeveloped, arrangements are now under way, however, by 
which it is calculated there will be 30,00U horse power or over, 
available for manufacturing purposes before the end of two 
years. The river bank immediately below the water powei 
is an ideal site for factories and so lies that the power thus 
developed can be utilized at practically no further cost. 

\ny inquiry for further information can be made by 
letter or personally to W. A. Mcison, Clerk of the Municipal- 
ity, at his office, Town Hall. 



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Stanley Lodge No, 55. 

Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday at Wellington Hall, 

Wellington Street. 

OFFICERS: 



Wm. Davidson, Pres, 



A. T. Shillington, Surg., 
388 Somerset St. 



C. Q. F01.KE8, Fin.-Sec, 
Bk of Commerce, Wellington St. 

R.B.W. Robinson, Drug, 
Cor. Maria & Bank St8. 



W. C. Teague, Treasurer, Florence street. 



Name. 

Ardley, James 

Berry, R A 
Broadhead, A 
Brown, G 
Bull, E 
Burman, C 
Braidwaite, R 

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

Davidson, Wm 
Dawson, R J 

Folkes, C G 
Ford, A 
F088, Fred 
Foss, Joshua 
Fobs, C H 
Foss, Geo 

Good way, C 
Gouj?e, A 



Occupation. 

Express driver 

Musician 

Baker 

Laborer 

Saddler 

Tallyman 



Machinist 
Printer 
Machinist 
Butcher 

Captain 
Caretaker 



Address 

Ann street 

Wellington street 
Mount Sherwood 
545 Albert street 
1st Avenue 
102 Spruce street 
Cambridge street 

Bell street 
Bell street 
20 Ellen street 
20 Ellen street 

24 Stanley avenue 
Exhibition Grounds 



Bank messenger Bank of Commerce 
Laborer 447 Clarence street 

Carriage trimmer Margaret street 
Carriage maker Margaret street 
Ca^'riage painter 83 Margaret street 
'' Blacksmith 53 Louisa street 



Storeman 
Waiter 

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34 Wellington street 






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Hunt, h T 
Hewlett, H W 
Hickson, C 

Kidd, J F, M D 

Iamb, George 
Ledword, John 
Lees, J W 
Lewis, J 
Lowen, J 

Mumford, C 

Owen, S 
Otway, W J 

Reynolds, E J 

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

Teague, W C 
Thomas, K T 



Pressman 
Butcher 



Physician 

Messenger 
Baker 
Machinist 
Moulder 
Oar cleaner 

Clerk 



Henry street 
Rochester street 
Nepean street 

Wellington street 

21 Grove street 
Cedar street 
Hintonburgh 
147 Cedar street 
10 Munroe street 

324 Gloucester street 



Merchant Tailor 76 Bank street 
Bicycle maker Hintonburgh P. O. 

Ed. Anglo-Saxon Office 127 Sparks st. 

Machinist 92 Loyd street 

Blacksmith 83 Ottawa street 

Express driver 48 Raymond street 

Surgeon 4()6 Somerset street 



Compositor 



Florence street 
New Edinburgh 



D. F. STEVENS 

AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT, 

BOOKS POSTED AND BALANCED. TERMS MODERATE. 

ACCIDENT AND FIRE INSURANCE EFFECTED. 
AGENT FOR 

THE NORTHERN LIFE ASSURANCE COHPANY 

of Canada. 

Central Chambers, 46 Elgin Street, Ottawa. 

Phone No. 1525. 

ALL KINDS OF POLICIES AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW RATES. 

CONSULT BRO. STEVEN BEFORE INSURING. 

PRIVATE LESSONS GIVEN IN BOOK-KEEPING. 




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Ottawa and Gatineau Ry 

Ottawa's FAVORITE SUMMERING and 
PICMC GROUND. 

For Pure Air, 

Beautiful Scenery 

and Be st of Sport, 

the "GATINEAU VALLEY" is unexcelled. 

"TT HE fi-liitiy; and liui! iiij^ in fiis distrio: is 
icnowa of and hi)i)keii of throu^houi Iho 
country as eqii il to a;ij in Anierici. For fur- 
ther pari ic I'ar.s soe dcs.'r i>\ Ivo foMer-^ or apply 
to, 

H. G. Beemer, P. W. Resseman, 

31 Central Oh ambers - Ottawa. 

P ont iac Pacfic Junction Ry. 

The Shortest Route 

to the Upper Ottaiiva 

Like the G it neau the Pontiac county is 

an ideal district for Summe'* 

Residen's 

The ti-^liing and tuinling is al»o (Ir-l-class, 
bcin{^ on a p ir wit h the (i it incau. 

For fu' 1 ii-i' p:irt 'cnlai'-. apply 

H. G. Germer, P. VV. Resseman, 

Frt'si fill. (icn Supt. 

?i Central Chambers - Ottawa. 



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ISITORS to the (-apital on business or pleasure, 
cannot attend to leave for home without a visit to 
Queen's Park, and there is no better half hour 
spent in reaching this — of all summer resorts — 
than by the splendidly equipped Hull Electric Railroad 
which runs from Hull to Queen's Park, a distance of ten 
miles in less than thirty minutes. 

The scenery all along the route traversed by the Elec- 
tric Road, till Queen's Park is reached, is one of bewildering 
beauty. The noble Ottawa river is skirted, the Deschenes 
lake and rapids are obseived, the pretty nestling Town of 
Aylmer is passed, you reach the well appointed Hot«l 
Victoria, almost on the borders of the Park, where you can 
get olt* and secure all possible modern conveniences. The 
views of the Park and Lake are particularly charming from 
the lawn and pizza of the Hotel. If you wish the cars wiU 
take you to the central part of the Park, where you can 
at once lay out your plans to enjoy yourself to your heart's 
content. There is always some sort of amusement provided 
on the grounds of the Park. The Chute which plunges into 
the water is a marvellous wonder, a treat no person should 
miss ; the patronage bestowed upon it by young and old 
every summer, creates a popularity for a trip to the Park 
amongst all classes. The Park is an extensive one, cover- 
ing some 100 acres, with a large lake frontage, and besides 
a good space cleared for sporting purposes, reaching suflB- 
ciently back from the water front to make one feel that he 
is — when in its well wooded dells — quite out in the bush. 
The car service is perfect, rapid and frictionless, and 

no unnecessary delays occur, the officials are courteous and 
the whole arrangement is an embodiment of smoothness 
which it is a pleasure to enjoy. Don't forget to make a trip 
to Queen's Park. 

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Tennyson, No. 1 65, Hull, P.Q. 

Meets 1st and 2nd Wednesday at S. (). E. Hall, 

Hull. 



OFFICERS: 



Thos. Black, Pres. 



Geo. Harbour, Fin.-Sec. 

26 Brewery CVeek. 
Alex. Ouimett, Surgeon, R. A. Helmer, Driiygisf. 

E. Bboadhead, Treasurer, 91 Front street. 



Name. 
Ashby, H J 

Barker, Alfred 
Bebb, William 
Binj?ley, James 
Birks, T H 
Black George, 
Black, Thomas 
Blakeney, H G 
Blakeney, 8 
Blakeney, W 
Broadhead, Edwin 
Broadhead, George 

Oockburn, R E 
Coleman, W 

Dann, Joseph 
Dann, William 
Dodson, Alfred K 



Occupation. Address. 

Laborer Wrightville 



Papermaker 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Clerk 

Bricklayer 

Mason 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 

Cabinetmaker 

Engraver 

Jeweller 
Laborer 

Laborer 
Laborer 
Papermaker 



Farmer, George Laborer 



Harbour, George 
Harvey, Thomas 
Harvey, Tom 
Harvey, Jos 
Hicks. Charles 
Hunt, W 



Gilder 

Papermaker 

Papermaker 

Papermaker 

Papermaker 

Laborer 



24 Division st, Ottawa 

Wrightville 

226 Front street 

Eddyviile 

Chelsea Road 

Chelsea Road 

66 Brewery street 

328 James st. Ottawa 

Wellington street 

91 Front st Eddyviile 

91 Front st Eddyviile 

174Nepean st Ottawa 
Wrightville 

Billings Bridge 
23 Ann street 
Eddyviile 

228 Front street 

Eddyviile 

Main street 

Main street 

Brewery street 

Winnipeg 

2004 Somerset street 



Johnson, J 
Jonesj, F 
Jones, L 

Ijiisk, J C 

Mantioii, J H 

Mc William, Alfred 

Reynolds, William 
Riley, George 
Rumsby, A 

Sfcipworth, C 
Smith, Rev FR 
Swale, George 

Thomas, A 
Thomas, James 

Wilcox, FThos 



Lahoier 
Lal)<)rer 
Laborer 

Laborer 

Laborer 
Papermaker 

Laborer 
Farmer 
Laborer 

Coachman 

Clergyman 

Driver 

Papermaker 
Toll Collector 

Laborer 



Chaudiere street 
155 Pi'ont street 
Wi ightville 

64 Brewery street 

37 Lingevin sti-eet 
213 Bridge St Ottawa 

Wrightville 
Aylmer Road 
Brewery street 

41 Brewery street 

Main street 

72 Wellington street 

Front St., Eddyville 
Aylmer Road 

76 Eccles st:, Ottawa 




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Bro. Sanuial Smith, is a Canadian, he was born in the 
province of Nova Scotia 36 years ago. After leaving school 
he becaaie a woollen worker, and moved with his parents 
to the manufacturing town of Almonte, there following his 
chosen trade for several years, til! he was compelled to leave 
the wollen business on account of failing health, when he 
took Lip his residence in Ottawa, he is now representing Mr. 
R. B. Jamieson, baker and confectioner. Bro. Smith has 
always been an active member of the Sons of England, ho 
became a member of Ne!son lodge at its inception, drawing 
his clearance from Nelson lodge upon taking up his residence 
in Ottawa, when he joined Derby lodge, and inamediately 
went into office, he has through his activity and zeal won 
the esteem of his brother njenibers, he was honored with 
the presidency iafsi vhmi'. He is also a member of other 
societies including tihe A. F. & A. M. and I. O. F. 

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Monuments, Headstones, Tablets 
and all kinds of cenietry memor- 
ials from the best grades of stock, 
imported direct f I'om the quarries 
in the rough stone. I have the 
best improved machinery for c\itt- 
ing and polishing Granite and 
Marble, including PNEIIJUA- 
TIC TOOLS for LETTERING 
and CARYIBTG, thus giving 
superior depth and finish of letter- 
ing. The latest and best propor- 
tioned designs in stock and of the 
finest finish. Call and examine 
my stock and save agents com- 
missions. Parties purchasing be- 
fore the end of 1899 will be given 
10% discount on purchase. 

Robt. Brown, 

94 George Street. NearByMrard ilarket. 



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108 Sparks St. 



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J. A. PARR 

Manufacturer of 
PLANED LUMBER, DOORS SASH and BLINDS, 

AND ALL Kl NDS OF HOUSE FINISH. 

Chaudiere Planing Mills. 

Every Englishman / 



should have a copy of 

''JOHN 'BULL'S CHILDREN" 

The latOHt patriotic son^ by 
H. H. Godfrey, author of ''The 
Land of the Maple," etc. etc. 

TRICE 4 CENTS 

Published and sold by 

J» L, Orme & Son^ 

189 Sparks St. 






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Bro. B. $llnn 



177 Creigbton St., 1). €. 

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THE Geokoe S. HorsTON, Director of Course of 

FACULTY. Study and Business Manager. 

David K. Henhv, Principal, ShoiMiand Department. 
('. V. S. B()ETT(JEH, A. M., Fi'ench, German, and Spanish. 
J. F. Wakne, B. a., Lecturer on Goniiuercial Law. 
John W. Clahke, B. A., Teacher of (V>nnnercial Subjects. 
D. J. BoruoEAr, Telegraphy and Itailway Book-keeping. 



TO YOUNG 

MEN AND WOMEN 
OF AMBITION. 



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The o})ject of the FFDKHAL 
BUSINESS UOLLFGF is to meet 
the rapi<lly increasing demand in 
all parts of Uanada for tlun'oughly 

conii)etent Book-keei)6'rs, Stc^nographers a!id Uommercial 

Teachers. 

Yuung men and young women, who are aml)itious to 
secure the honors and emoluments accruiug from the poss- 
ession of a Viigh-class business educatii^n. are invited to con- 
sider the facilities atl*or<led by this institution. 

Th(^ Uout\se of Study is complete, symmetrical and prac- 
tical. The faculty is composed of the best tahint the 
country atfords. 

The Commercial Course is designed to give prepai-a- 
tion for l)usiness life with th^ least possible sacrifice of 
lime and money: while the Slioi'thand Course affords such 
instruction in Shorthand, Typewj'iting, Cori-espondence, 
Language, etc., as enables the student to Ixvome a capable 
Stenographer in the shortest possible tim<\ 

Instruction ill this institution is confined to those things 
of which young men and women are certain to find most 
urgent iwexl when they cross the thi'esh.)ld of pr<»{)aratary 
life and nvo confront(Ml with the realities of practical 
affaii's. 

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GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Tuition Rates. In Advance. 

One Term, twelve weeks, either Commercial or Shorthand Course, 
$20. 00; Combined Course, !iJ25.00; Preparatory Course, $8.00. 

Text Books and Blanks. 

Commercial Course, $8.00; Shorthand Course, $2.50. 

Evening Sessions. 

Three evenings each week— Tuition for term of twelve weeks, either 
Shorthand or Commercial Course, $8.00. Hours 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p.m. 

System of Book-keeping. 

The famous Sadler-Iiowe Budget system of ook-keeping and busi- 
ness practice has been adopted with greatest success. 

System of Shorthand. 

The Benn Pitman, because easy to learn, most legible, and capable 
of the greatest speed. 

When to Enter. 

Through our system of individual instruction students may enter 
at any time. 

Examinations and Diplomas. 

To those who complete the course, and pass the examinations, a 
beautiful diploma is awarded; also gold and silver medals for general 
proficiency. 
Further Information. 

Cheerfully giv3n on application to 

G. S. HOUSTON, General Manager. 

♦♦Sons of England^^ 

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•^^^^^^^^ the sun, likewise the daughters, 

will find they can save money 

on every purchase by dealing 

with 

Addison & Boyd^ 

The JEWELLERS and OPTICIANS, 








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Russell Lodge No, 56, 

Meets I St and 3rd Tuesday at Albert Hall, New 

Edinbiiro-h. 



Breary Slinn, Pres. 

Creighton stieet. 



\Vm. Short, See. 

Creighton street. 

Dr. R. W. Powell, Surgeon. W. A. Lloyd, Druggist. 

Charles Sharp, Treasurer, 21 John street. 

Address. 

101 Stanley avenue 
59 Creighton street 

125 McKay street 
Carp, Ont 
35 Alexander street 
09-71 Sussex street 
174 Dulferin Road 

Rocklitfe 

21 John street 
Rockliffe 
Springfield Road 
58 Creighton street 
177 Creighton street 
172 Stanley avenue 

19S Botellier str-eet 
9 Victoria street 

23 Alexander street 
51 ('reighton street 

211 McKay street 
41>9 Gilmour street 



Name. 


Occupation 


Dawson, C 
Dawson, Fr-ed 


Carpenter 
Carpenter 


Hanningtoii, Rev 
Hardy, F W 
Hawken. J J 
Hoare, Thos 
Hope, James 


Clergyman 

Laborer 

Engineer 

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Sharp William 
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