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Light [and Orna- 
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Vault Doors, ,^ 

lijHi iron Columns 
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Locomotive and Car Fittings, Telegraphic and Electrical Instruments and 
Supplies, Fire Alarm Apparatus, Artistic Bronzes, Church Ornaments, 
Lamps and Gazeliei's, Copper Works, Cooking Rangen for 
^ • ^ ' Hotels, Hospitals and Private Houses, 

i-ylti''-^i'i^-t:l^*:$l MANUFACTURER OF' 

, Tower, M and Locomotive 

INCLUDING CHIMBS AND PBALS. 

GAS AND COAL OIL BURNERS 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

Steam Fittings, Coil Screens, Hot Water and Steam Apparatus, French 

Window Fasteners and Espagnolettes, Railway Supplies of all 

descriptions, Electric Apparatus and Tiupplies, Builders' Hardware. 

Office and Works, 587 to 593 Craig Street 



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CANADA PAPER COMPANY 



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BEAVER LINE OF STEAMSHIPS 



Sailing weekly between 



MONTREAL AND LIVERPOOL 



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During Summer Season, and between 



NEW YORK, BOSTON and LIVERPOOL 

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Have Superior Accnminodation for Saloon, Iiitermecliate 
■ jifji and Steerage Passengers. 



SALOON TICKETS, MONTREAL TO LIVERPOOL, 
$40.00f $50-00 and $60.00. 

RETURN TICKETS, $80.00, $90.00 AND $110.00, 

According to Steamer and Accommodation. 



INTERMEDIATE AND STEERAGE AT LOW RATES. 



For tiirtlier particulars and to secure Berths, apply to 

H. B. MURRAY^ Gen^l. Manager, 

4 cmTOM movi$n i^qwAEE, MQmMESii^ 

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WINDOW GLASS, ARTISTS' ft PAINTERS' MATERIALS. 




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Warehouses 146 MoGill St- 



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CANADA TRUSS^FACTORY. 

-:— EstabUsiied 4886 — - 

712 CRAIG STREET, MONTREAL. 

Surgical Instri^ument Maker. 

. TrufjBeBo( every cie80|-ipti<ni op baiid.nnd made to order, '' | ^ i ^ 

■■' l.iJ . ' ' ■• ■ ' ' • • »V8 ' 

Grots* Impfpved Chest -ExpaBding Steel SbAiUder Braofe. 
FriM ibr Mtdts : 1^.50^ $2^ 12:60, (% pr b«it 13.50. For Cl)iUl?n: II, $1.50. |2, or best 13.60. 

^gte clrcuinfereiice round wnlot, and length frobi uit<ler tlie Rrmbit to top of hip bone. ' 

By;reiiiittthg amount, as alEio ICc pustfige stamps. 1 will forward ui«m by par<'.el pOpt. 
Manafaoturersof allkindsof TrtiiiteB, InHtriimetitu for F1|y«lcal ncforuiltleit, IStf!. 

— ^THE DEAF MADE TO HEAB^— ' 

Bv Artificial Ear Drume, \vhicli.ar« liot perL-eptlblo.'Audipliwies.Kar I'rumjtets', and Gonveraation Tubes' 
KlaftlcStocltingt, Loggings and'Alilcleds, Electric M"" ""'"" '" "' - " ' ■ - •■' 
Sciatica, Lumbago, Ktc. 








After utiig. 



I Maciitiies, Belts, Oliains and Insoles for Khvumalism* 




Tho Medic!(ted Body Bands, easily applied anditleastnt tin wear, for 
Kidhey trouble;: Tnicu 11.20. Invnlid Cliafrs and C^utcl\68, Pile Trasses, * 
Elc, and Syringes of every description. 

EliECTRIC :^BLTS, CHAINIsAND MACHINES; 

GROSS' PATENT ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. 

< ' Latest improved, and afe made light and durable,- j ^ | ' 
N.B.— .Special Boom for lAdius, with L'aijiy attendant. 

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DESI6NER UND EN6RAVER ON WOOD 

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Foreslry Chambers, 132 St. James Street, 

And 116 ST. F RANCOI S XAJflER STREET. 

OBiaiKAX; DRAWINGS TRilFARED TO ILtUS- 
TBATE ANY SOBJECT. 

PORTRAITS FROM PHOTOS. 

\lews of Biiildingrs* Hotels, Scenery, Etc. 

Cuts Qf lUiiHtrated CHtalogHe^ autl Price Lists, 
Labels, Cuts for Circulars, Newspapers, 
Patented Articles, Etc., Etc. 

PINE CUTS FOR POSTERS, ELECTROTYPINQ. ETC. 

Orders promptly attended to, cend sent per Express^ 







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Office ^ Factory, 642 LagaucKetiere'Sti 



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Elvery description of Corks mi haiul aiid cut to order; also Cork wood 

*: ;. ■ i >■ i ,; \\ s's \ i '■ *"*^ Cork IMe Preservers. , : ' ; ', . ^ , ■ ;, ' ■ 

Ail sizes df h'srid and's'ttft Wood Taps, Bunge^ Spiles; Caps, Bptfling Wife' and Wax, dale ' 

Bottle Baskets, Tinfoil, Coi'lc Ijf riving and Capsniind Niioi^ines, Capsules, ^o., &c. 







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BAKERS' AND CONFECTIONERS' MACHINB9T 



Nazareth, Brennan and Dalhousie Streets, 



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SIANOARD 

^ LIFE ^^ ASSURANCE ^ COMPANY ^ 

HEAD OFFICES: 

Edinburgh, Scotland and Montreal, Canada. 



ANVIJJAIm RXSPORT^ 1889. 

Amount of Assurances accepted during the year 

1888 for which 2972 Policies were issued - $7,282,205.07 

Annual Premiums on new Policies during the year 

1888 - - - - - - - 281,064.93 

Claims under Policies during the year 1888, inclusive 

of Bonus Additions - - _ - _ 2,867,352.40 

Amount of Policies issued, during the last five years 31,313,145.60 

Subsisting Assurances at 15th November, 1888^ of 
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which $6,882,000.00 are Re-assured with other 



offices 



- 101,258,149.14 



iiccumulated Funds^ $34^019^523.27 
Annual Revenue - - $4^525^703.13 

Olaims settled in Montreal, giving to this Company all the advantages of 
' local office, with the benefits of an extended business and connections otherwise. 
Loans advanced on Mortgage of Policies to the extent of the office value. 

wEWIS & KIRBY, W. M. RAMSAY, 

Agents, Wbmipeg, Mau. Manager, Montreal. 

ROBT. WARD & CO., 

Agents, Victoria, B. C. 




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ElBT^BIilSHED 1820- 



EASLE «> FOUND RV 

OBORCE BRUSH^ 

f4 to 34 KING and QUEEN STREETS, - MONTREAL 

Steam Engines. Steam Boilers, Hoisting Engines, Steam Pumps, 

CIRCULAK SAW MILLS, BARK MILLS, SHINGLE MILLS. 

ORE CRUSHERS* MILL SEARINS. SHAFTIN8, HAN0ER8 AND PULLIES. 

SPECIALITIES 

HAND 



ELEVATORS 



f AND POWER 

— Sole maker in Dominion of — 



HOISTS. 



BLA KE'S CHtiLEHiiE^ sTnME BREAKER. 
M ONTREAL ' W ALL « P aperV F ACTORY. 

COLIN MCARTHUR & CO.. 



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CRAIG STREET FOUNDRY, 

637 & 639 Craig St., Montreal, 




MANUFACTUUKRS .VNI» TATKNi 



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Spence's Hot Water and Steam Boilers, 

steam and Hot Water F)** ags, Soil and 

Greenhouse Pipes and Fittings, 

Plumbers' and Builders' Wa,re, 

and Stable Fittings. 

Hachiiiery and Castings of Every Description* 



H. SI. I"VES &c acD.:, 



MANUKACTUUKKS OK 



STOVES, HARDWARE, IRON BEDSTEADS, 

IRON RAILINGS, CRESTINGS, &c. 
SOIL PIPE A SPECIALTY. 



Office and Warehouse : Queen St., Montreal. 

J. 6. T. GLZSGHORltf^ Agent^ 

S4 Princess St., WINNIPEG, Man. 

THE OA.3^^D^ "V^T^IE/B CO., 

H. R. IVES, President and Manager, 

MANUFACTURERS OF BARB STEEL WIRE FENCING, 

TWO AND FOUR-POINT. 

Office and Works : Queen Street, Montreal, 
MERRICK, ANDER30N A CO., Agents, WINNIPEG, Ma 



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Fire and Life Insurance Goi 

EDINBURGH and LONDON. 



^-^^ ESTABLISHED 180». 



Subscribed Capital, 



$12,500,000. 



ESTAlEILISMMBI^'r IN €ANABA s 

MANAGING DIRECTOR : 

THOS. DAVIDSON, Esq. 

DIRECTORS : 

Gilbert Scott, bsq., of Messrs. Wm. Dow & Co. ; Arch. Macnider, Esq-, 

Chief Inspector Bank of Montreal; W. W. Ogilvie, Esq., 

of A. W. Ogilvie & Co. 

IjES"\7VUS cfc JESLXfiLlS'^r) Agents for Manitoba. 

Head Office for the Dominion In Montreal . 

THOMAS DAVIDSON, General Agent. 



KNOX'S # SALMON * TWINES 

AND FISHIMG MITS. 
Knox's Tailors' Threads, 

CLAPPERTON'S SPOOL COTTON. 



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§. i« iOiS & £0 

648 CRAIG ^ STREET, . 
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THE CANADIAN RUBBER GO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Rubber Shoes, Felt Boots, 

Lumbermen's Shoes, Pure Gum Boots, 
Belting, Steam Packing, Engine, 
Hydrant, and Suction Host. Scc, S:c. 

OFFICE AND V^AREROOMS: 

335 St. Paul Street, Hontreal, 

AND 



Cor. Front & Yonge Streets, Toronto, 



-rOHN WIl^ON & SON, ^!l,A^i.iow. 



tlAMKS R. WILSOX, MoNTBEAI, 

THOMAS ROBERTSON & CO , 

MONTREAL AND GLASGOW. 



Factory and Stores ; 

Cor. Common & Colborne Sts. 



Oill<'e and Warcrooins ; 

642 CRAIG SIREET. 



WIL.LIAM BAIRD & CO., Glasgow, '• tiaitslicnie, " " Kylinton," 
COLTNESS IRON CO., Limited, Glasgow, "c:oUness,""^"D.ilinellinRton.' 
LONSDALE HEMATITE IRON CO., Whitehaven, "Lonsdale." 
CHAS. HUSTON & SONS, " I.ukens" Rolling .Mills, Coatesville, Pa. 
SHANKS & CO., Barrhead. 
THOMAS CLOVER & CO., London. 
LEEDS FORGE CO., Leeds. 

DAVID COLVILLE & SONS, " D.ilzell Iron and Steel Works," Motherwell. 

IMI'OBTKR.S OF 

IHg and 3lnnufactwe(l Iron ami Steel of all Descriptions, Metal and 

Tin Plate Merchants. 

Manufacturers of Wraught Iron Tubing for Gas, Steam and Water, also 
Wilson's Celebrated Lap-welded Boiler Tubes. 

:\liiile from IKON «>r STKKI.. 

Proprietors of Montroul Lr<tcl Pipe Works. Patent Solid Block Tin Uinert Lead 

Pipe, Engineers', Steamfltters', Plumbers' and Casfltters' Supplies. 

RAILWAY EQUIPMENT. 



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CUT NAILS. 




ABBOTT & CO 



CLINCH NAILS. 



PROPRIETORS 



American & Canadian 
Patterns. 



Flnishlngr, Flonr Barrel, 

Tobacco Box, 
Roofing and Slate, 

Black and Galvanized, 
Calling Flooring, 

Box and Hlio<»k Nails. 



Rhode Island 
Pattern. 





Pressed Nails, 

Flat & Sharp, 
Cut Spikes, 

Pressed Spikes, 
Railway Spikes, 
Mine Spikes. 



Wrought Iron 
Washurs. 




iSpecial Sizes Rolled to Order. 

DeLorimier Ay., Hontreal. 

OFFICE, 55 ST. SULPICE STREET. 




Best Bright. 



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JAS. W. TESTER <& CO., 

McGILL STREET, MONTREAL, 

Mamifacturiiig Confectioners, 

BY STEAM I'D WEB. 

PrtMl7l7PT'Tr\Ml?D V Our tadUtlos are unequalled for turnlnf, out every doHcription (i£ 
vUll r Jj V/ 1 lUl^ H tv I . Gum, I'aii, Cream and Lozf nge work. 

MAPLE SUGAR and SYRUP. '^'' "" ^'"'"T/STn."' """ '*'-"'''^'" 

r*^:^S^^i,l^.^^^^^ C^«-1J/%» Shelled Almonds, Shelled Pea Nuts, lilook Choeolato, Ghiotmo 
LOnleCtlOnCrS OUppilCSi Coeoa Nms, &e., &e., Ill full ai-sortment, 

Pop-Corn work and other Ti-ade Novelties a Siiccialty. 

DATES, FIGS and NUTS of every kind ALWAYS IN STOCK. 

WE OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENT'S TO JOBBERS. 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 



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J. W. PATERSON & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS AND DBALERfl IN 



ROOFING MATERIAL 

COAL TAR, ROOF PAINT, 2&3 PLY READY ROOFING, 

TABBED FELT, SHEATHING FELT, VABNISH, &c, 

MONTREA^L. 



J. W. PATERSON!* BRO., 

J?17 Ftont Street East, 
TORONTO. 



MERRICK, ANDERSON & CO., Agents, 

WINNIPEG. 



Paper Mills at Portneiit', P. Q., and Portage La Prairie, Man. 



ST. LAWRENCE HALL, MONTREAL, CANADA 

HENRY HOGAN, - PROPniETOR. — — ! 

FOR the past 37 years this 
HOTKL, f'aniiliaiiv known a-i 
ilie "ST. LAWRKNOlE," has been 

household word to all Travellers 
II u thu Oonilnent of North Amer- 
ica, and has been p.Uronized by 
nil the KOYAL and NOBLH 
jiersonagi'S who have visited the 
(Mty of Jlontreal. 

This Hotel, including the entire 
block, which is admirably situated; 
being in the very heart of the City 
and contiguous to t^lp General 
I'ost OflRce, Public Buildings and 
other places of Interest and of Bus- 
iness, has recf'ntly been acquired 
by Mr. Henry Hogan, the former 
proprietor, who has handsomely 
iina appropriately decorated and 
lonovated the interior, and com- 
pletely refitted the whole of the 
apartments with new furniture, 
comprising 100 new rooms, making 
the present number of apartments 
.'!.0. A new and elegant Pas- 
H'ngerKlovatnr has also been added, and the Halls and Public Rooms arc lighted by the Electric 
and' incandescent lights, making it the most attractively lighted Hotel in the DomiDion. The 
Hotel is mauftf^ed by Mr. 8amuel Montgomery, under the immediate jiersoual supervision of Mr. 
ilogan, than whom no one is better qualified to conduct an hostelry of such magnitude as the 
ST. LAWRKNUE HALL, and than whom no one has a better reputation us an obliging, generous 
and considerate host, Hotel Coaches are in aUetidance on arrival of all Train* and Steatner», 
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the largest and best assorted stock in the Dominion. 



'^ CHALiLiEIffGC^ Brand Java Coffee^ 

In 10 lb., 25 lb. and 50 lb. Air Tight Tins. 

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CANADA'S NATIONAL HIGHWAY. 
THE TEUE TRANSCONTINENTAL LINE. 



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Daily connection witli tiie Atlantic and Pacific 

Seaboards. 

Direct connections made at MONTREAL and QUEBEC with the 
leading steamship lines for Europe. 

JJtirect connections at the Padflc Terminus. Vancouver ^ uMh stea- 
mers to riCrOBIA, B. C; TACOMA, Wash.; SEATTLE. Wash., 
I'ORTLANI), Ore.,' SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. ,- ALL POINTS on tlie 
PACIFIC COAST and PUGET SOUND, NEW ZEALAND. AUS- 
TRALIA, SANDWICH ISLANDS, YOKOHAMA & HONC KONC. 

During season of navigation on Lake Superior, close eoiuiections »i-e 
made at Port Arthur with tlie Palace Clyde Built Steamers ol'the Caiiauiian 
Pacific Railway ** Alberta " and << Athabasca " to all eastern iioiuts. 

MAGNIFICENT DRAWING ROOM SLEEPING CARS 

With BATH BOOSIS and Private Dressing Rooms. 

PALACE DINING CARS. 
» FREE SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS ^ 

Run on all Through Trains. 
Passengers going e ist or west should make sure their tickets rea<l by the 

0^ C ' NADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, ^ 

f lius ensuring Safety and Despatch. 



IVo Custor . araioyances and no change of cars. 

For full inforii. Cion regarding routes of travel, time tables, lowest fares 
md through tickets to all iM>ints, apply to any 

TICKET AGENT OF THE 

CAXVA^IAN PACIFIC RAILVirAY. 

3EO. OLDS, ROBERT KERR, 

Oen'lTrattlcMani. PaSB. Traffic Manager, Uen'l I'ass. Agent, Western Pac. Div, 

M JTREAL. MONTRKAL. WINNIl'EO, Man. 

D. MoNICOLL, 

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KJiG UL. ATIONS FOK THE SALE OF . , 

Canadian Pacific Railway Lands. 

The Canaditiii racilii: Uailwny t'Diupaiiy offer for sale some of tlip finest Agricultural I-amls 
in Manitoba and the Noriiiwest. 'I'liese land-;, wliicli extend twenty-four miles on each side of the 
main line, will be dis])ose(l of at luices rallying' 

FROM $2.00 PER ACRE UPWARDS. 

Detailed jirices can be oblaiiied from llie Land Commissioner at Winniiieg. 
TERMS OF PAYMENT. 

If paid for in full at time of iHiiclias( , a Deed of foiiveyance will be (;iven ; but the purchaser 
may pay one-tenth in cash, and the balance in msialments spread over nine years, with interest at 
six per cent, per aniuini, payable at tbe end of the year with eacii instalment. 

GENERAL CONDITIONS. 

All sales are subject to the following; conditions : 

I. — All iniprovemciUs placed upon land purchased to be maintained thereon until the final 
payment has been made. 

2. — All tuxes anc' •xssessments lawfully imposed upon the land or improvements to 'w paid by 
the purchaser. 

3. — The Company reserve from sale, iiiuler these reyulalions, all mineral and coal lands, and 
lands containin}; timlKi in (|uamilies. stode, slate and marble (juarries, lands with water-power 
thereon, and tracts for town sites and railway puipo.se^. 

4. — Mineral, coal and tindier lands and <|uarries, and lamls controlling water-power will be 
disposed of on very moderate terms to ])(.rsoiis i^iviii^' sal isfai'.ory evidence of their intention and 
ability to utilize the same. 

Liberal rates for settlers and theii effects will be granted by the Company over their railway 

SOUTHERN MANITOBA LANDS. 

The LAND GRANT OF TllK MA.\1T01'..V StJUTlI-WESTERN COLONIZATION 
RAILWAY COMI'ANY, now placed on the markei, oilers special attractions to purchasers. It 
consists of over 1,000,000 acres of the elioieesl lard in America, well ailapted for grain growirg 
and mixed farming, in a belt 21 miles wide, iinniodiately north of the International Boundary, and 
from ranye 13 (west ist meridian) westward, 'I'luu portion of ihis <.!rant lynig in Manitoba is well 
settled (the homesteads haviiiL; been long taken iiu). Purchases will at once have all the advanta- 
ges of this early settlement, such as schools, elnnciies, and mui.icipal organization. The fertility of 
the soil has been amply demonstrated by the splendid crops which have been raised from year to 
year in that district. The country is well watered by lakes and streams, the principal of which are 
Rock Lake, Telican Lake, Whitewater Lake and theSouris River, and its tributaries, while 
never-faihng spring creeks take their rise in the Turtle Mountain. Wood is plentiful, and lumbe> 
suitable for budding purposes is manufactured at Desford and Wakopa, and may be purchased at 
reasonable prices. At the latter ])'aee a jurist mill is also in operation. 

The terms of purchase of the Manitoba South-Western Colonization Railway Conipuny are the 
same as those of the Canadian Laeilic Railway. 



The Company have for sale on liheral terms lots ni the following towns along the line: Mar- 
quette, McGregor, Austin, .Sidney, Carberry, Sewell, Chater, llrandon, Treherne, I lolland, Cypress 
River, Glenboro, tbetna, Movdenville, Manitou, LaRivieie, (Crystal City, Pilot Mound, Cartwright, 
Holmfield, Killarncy, Whitewater, Deloraine, Ninga, Piuni Coulee, Carmen, Douglas. 

For further particulars apply to 

L. A. HAMILTON, Land Commissioner, Winnipeg. 

NOTE. — All i>aynients are to be remitted by the imrchaser direct to the Land Commissioner, 
Winnipeg. Local land agents are not autliori-ed to a(,-eei>t or receipt for any monies in payment 
for land. , ^ 

BRITISH COLUMBIA TOWN SITES. 

For full information regardini; the Town lots in \ nncoiiver and Kamioops, write to 

J. M. BllOWNING, Vancouver, B. C. 



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thus avoiding the repetitions and consequent delays which 
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The Company's UNITED STATES connections aflTord the 
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United States. 

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Atlantic Cable lands, and is thus able to afford the most direct 
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The Publishers have much pleasure in submitting herewith the annual 
edition of their British Columbia Gazetteer and Directory. Great care has 
been taken in compiling and revising the Work, which, we trust, will meet 
with the approbation of our subscribers. 

Special attention is called to our Street Directories, they being the first 
ever published of the Cities of Vancouver and Victoria. 

Every effort has been made to secure the christian names in full, which, 
we believe, will be of advantage. 

We desire to announce that the Directory of the City of Vancouver 
contains 999 names over that of last year, showing an increase in population 
of 3997 ; and the Directory of the City of Victoria contains 3005 names 
over that of last year, showing an increase in population of 5241 : 

Vancouver has 3630 uami;s, multiplied by 3 10,890 

Hoating population and Chinese 2,000 

Estimated population 12,890 

Victoria has 5566 names, multiplied by 3 16,698 

Floating population and Chinese 3,500 

Estimated population 20,198 

The names of the residents of Victoria in 18G3, published in the 
Directory for that year, which also appear in the present edition, are given as 
they then appeared, and will no doubt prove of interest. 

Attention is specially called to our complete Classified Diuectory. 

All the work pertaining to our Directories is doue by men traiueil ^o the 
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that this volume is an nearly correct as it is possible to make it, with the ever 
changing population of a now country. 

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we take this opportunity of returning our sincere thanks. 

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Thanking our patrons for their encouragement, courtesy and liberal 
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Victoria., January, 1890. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Paob 

Abbott k Co., Montreal 14 

Auld John, Montreal 7 

Ball Electric Light Co., Toronto 463 

Bank of British Columbia 280 

Bank of British North America, Victoria 459 

Bewicke & WulffVohn, Vancouver Facing 291 

Bwdemeyer W., Vancouver Facing 291 

British Columbian, New Westminster 114 

Brown Bros., Harrison Springs 623 

Brush Geo., Montreal 10 

Burland Litiifi>.'rRphic Co., Montreal../'ac»n^629 

Canada Jute Co., Montreal 48 

Canada Papci <"o,, Montreal 3 

Canada Shipii ig Co., Montreal 4 

(vanada Truss Factory, Montreal 6 

Canada Wire t/c, Montreal 11 

<janadian Pacitic Navigation Co., Victoria.. 462 

Canadian Pacitic Railway 17 

« " " Land Dept 18 

" « " Telegrapli 10 

Canadian Rubber (Jo., Montreal 13 

Chanteloup E., Montreal 2 

Cole N. N , 4 Co., Winnipeg On cover 

Colonist, Victoria 460 

Davis S.,& Sons, Montreal On rovr 

Dickinson & Binnie, New Westminster 128 

Oods P. D., & Co., Montreal 5 

Dominion Bridge Co.. Montreal 42 

Dominion Coal Co., Winnipeg 611 

f»ominion Illustrnted, Montreal Cfnh 

Dominion [{eal Estate & Loan Agency, 

Vancouver Cards and on covr 

Dominion Wadding Co., Montreal 20 

Drewry E. L., Brewer, Winnipeg On covr 

Eajrle Foundry, Montreal 10 

Fenwick <fe Sclater, .Montreal Outnide edgfs 

Fergusson, Ale.xander & Co., Montreal 46 

Gardner Robert, & »Son, Montreal 7 

Godfrey A , & Co., Vancouver 319 

(rross F., Montreal 6 

HartF. W.,Vancouver Cardf 

Harvey M. A., Vancouver 325 

Hayward Chas.. Victoria Cards 

.Hi^'.siterraan H. F., & Co., Victoria 466 

•Henderson Directory Co., Victoria 291,464 

Hogan Henry, Montreal 15 

.imperial Fire Insurance Co., Montreal.... f^nrfer 

Contents 

■Iv66 H. R.,& Co., Montreal II 

iKing Warden, & Son, Montreal , 11 

Lafferty k Moore, Vancouver On cover 

Leamy 4 Kyle, Vancouver Head lines 

Leland House, Vancouver 279 

.Leonard W. L., k Co., Vancouver 336 



Ligffet Thomas, Montreal Card* 

Ur Arthur Colin, 4 Co., Montreal 10 

McMicking R. B., Victoria 463 

Manitoba and Northwestern Rj.jLand Dep. 641 

Manufacturers Insurance Co'y 224 

Montreal Wall Paper Factory 10 

Morley C., Victoria 466 

Murchison A. C, Vancouver 3.'i3 

Nanaimo Free Press, Nanaimo 92 

New Westminster Mnfg. Co 168 

NichoUes 4 Renouf, Victoria Front covr 

North British 4 Mercantile Insurance Co... 12 

Northern Pacific Railway 642 

Palmer J., 4 Son, Montreal Curds 

Paterson J. W., 4 Co., Montreal 1.5 

Planta 4 Norris, Nanaimo 634 

Port D. W., & Co., New Westminster 617 

Porter Henry, Montreal Card* 

Prout 4 Insley, Vancouver 279 

Rand Bros., Vancouver 277 

Richards F. G., jr., Victoria Cards 

Richards 4 Mackint03h, New Westminster. .CircY* 

Ritchie D., k Co., Montreal On Cover 

Robertson Thomas, 4 Co., Montreal 13 

Robin 4 Sadler, Montreal 629 

Ross Geo. D., 4 Co., Montreal 12 

Ross 4 Ceperley, Vancouver Cards 

Royrtl City Planing Mills, Vancouver.. On cover 

Shplton 4 Co., Vancouver 369 

Simpson, Hall, .Miller 4 Co., Montreal. .../"afin^ 

inside liack covfr 

Smith 4 Yarwood, Nanaimo 110 

Stanaard Life Assurance Co., Montreal 9 

St. Lawrence Hall, Montreal 15 

Strickland F. G., 4 Co., New Westmins- 
ter Back com r 

Tees 4 Co., Montreal 643 

Tees, Wilson 4 Co., Montreal 16 

Tester J. W.,4 Co., Montreal 14 

Times, Victoria 461 

Union Credit 4 Protective Association, 

Winnipeg .Front Edge 

Vancouver .Soda Water Works 3;53 

Walker J. H., Montreal 6 

Ward Robt., 4 Co., Victoria 4f;:> 

Whetham C, 4 Co., Vancouver Car s 

Wilson J. C, & Co., Montreal Inside bnc': 

cover 

Wiseman Jas. L., Montreal 8 

Woods, Turner 4 Gamble, New Westmins- 
ter On cover 

World, Vancouver...; 278 

Zimmer Prof. Qeo. E., Vancouver 212 



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Pasr 

Cards 

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463 

and Dep. 641 

224 

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466 

3r)3 

92 

168 

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642 

Curds 

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Card* 

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277 

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Preface 43 

Index to Advertisers 44 

I Classified Business Directory 603 

if C. P. R. Pacific Division Directory '. 213 

Gazetteer and Directory 49-194 

iNanainio Directory 91 

New Westminster Directory 115 

Vancouver Street Directory 225 

" Alphabetical Directory 281 

Victoria Street Pireetory 389 

" Alphabetical Directory 467 

" Directory, 1863-1890 459 



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22 COLLEGE STREET, MONTREAL. 

Manufacturers of the Celebrated 

ELEPHANT WHITE LEAD, 

Elephant Ready Mixed Paints 
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Population (1881), 49,4Fi». 
Seat of Government — Victoima. 



LIEUVENANT GOVERNOR: 
The Honorable Hcpr. Nelson (appointed 28/11 March, 18S7). 
Priuut" SecTe'.ary, Herbert Stanton. 

PREVIOUS LIBUTENANT GOVEKNORS : 

Hon. J. W. Trutch, 20th July, 1871. 
Hon. A. N. RiCHARPS, 20th July, 1876. 
Hon. C, F. GoKNtVALL, 20th July, 1S81. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

The Honorable CiiAS. B, Poolby, President {without porifnllo). 
" Thkodore Davik, Q.C, Attorney Geuer'al. 

" John Robson Fuemier, Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines. 

" Forres George Vernon, Chief Oomraissiioner of linnda and Works. 

" John ITuReEHT Turner, Minister of t.. .ace and Agriculture. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Speaker: 
The Honourable — 
Clerk of the Le<]ii>la<iie AHtfemhlij—'YhomUm Fell. 



Name. 



Allen, Edward 

Anderson, G. W .... 

Baker, Col. Jas 

Beaven, Robt .. 

Blake, Ithiel Nason. 



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Lillooet 

Victoria .. 

Kootenay 

Victoria City., 
Cariboo 



New Westminster City. 
Cariboo. 



Cowan, George 

Croft, Henry. ICowichan ..........,'.".'.' Cheinainiis! 



Post Office Address. 



Clinton. 

Saanich. 

Kootenay. 

Victoria. 

Barkervillt 

Barkervi!li>. 



Davie. Hon. Theodore Victoria Citv 

Duck, Simon jVictoria City 

Nanaimo 

Fry, Henry. 

Grant, John 

Higgins, D. W 

Humphreys, T, B 

Ladner, W. H 

Martin, 6. B 

Mason, Joseph 

Orr, James 

Pooley, Hon. C. E 

Robson, Hon. John 

Selmin, C. A 

Smith, Hon. 

Tulmie, James 

Thompson, Geo 

Turner, Hon. J. 11 

Veiuon, Hon. For'^es Geo 



Cowichan 

Cassiar 

Esquimau 

Oomox 

New Westminster.. 

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Caribiio 

Now Westminster.. 

E:iquimalt 

New Westminster 

Yale 

Lillooet 

Victoria 

Nanaimo 

Victoria City 

Yale 



VictoriH. 
Victoria, 

Qiiamichan. 

Victoria. 

Vi .oriii. 

Victoria. 

Ladner's Landin?, 

Ducks. 

Barkerville. 

New Westminster. 

Victoria. 

Victoria. 

Cache Creek. 

Victoria. 
Nanaimo. 
Victoria. 
Victori*. 



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all persons doing business therein. Great care has been taken to insure correctness, as 
well as completeness. 



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ABERDEEN, 

A country post office on Skeena River, in 
the Oassiar district ; populiilioa 200. Has G 
canneries, packing 7r),()00 cases ; lias .Metlio- 
dist and Eoiscopiil churches. Nearest rail- 
way,telegrapli and express ottices, Nauaiiuo, 
distance 540 miles. 

Postuitister, VVm. H. Dempster 
Aberdeen Canning Co. 

AGASSIZ, 

A station on the main line of the 0. P. R., 
70 miles from Vancouver ; has telegraph, 
express and post oIKce ; mails (hiily. tstages 
connect with all trains for Harrison Hot 
tSprinf^s. The Dominion Government has 
an experimental farm here of 300 acres. 
Population 200. 



Pcstmastor, L. 



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Agassiz B. James 
Agassiz L. Archer, J. P. 
Agassiz Mrs. C, general store 
Ashton Kieliard Lawrence 
Bell D. L. 



BiirUett John 
Ccimeron Xorinan 

Canadian Pacific Railway Tel- 
egraph, Ck Irkman, a^ent 

Colbec'k Fiank 

Dominion Experimental Farm, T. A 

Sliarpe, manager 
Dumas Zittera 
Galbrailh Daniel 
Geraghty Jolin 
llaltby Walter HaUery 

Irkman Chas., agent C. P. R.^ 
Dominion Express and post- 
master 

Lennon Joseph, sec foreman 
Lowes \Vm. Gibson 
McDonald James Albert John 
McDonald Eoyal K 
McEwen John Donald 
MdJauiy Peter 
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McRao Alex. 

McRao Donald, hotelkoepor 
Merchant T., watchman C. P. R. 
Moffat Mrs. 
Moffiitt Wm. 

Owen Chas, Mojston, clerk 
Pare Edward 
Probate E., general store 
Roberti^on Duncan 
Rooke Robt. Thoa. 

Sharpe T.A., mgr Dominion Experi- 
mental Farm 

8t Alice hotel, Harrison Hot 
Springs, Brown Bros., props 

Walker W^m., sen, 
Wilson John 
W^oods John 

ALBERNI. 

A country post office and settlement at the 
bead of Barclay Sound, electoral dist. of 
Vancouver. Mails weekly. Nearest tele- j 
graph, express and railway station, Naoai- 1 
mo, dist. 54 miles. Nearest steamboat 
landing, Saywards, entrance of Somas 
River. Albe'rni is a valley probably 25 
miles long by 10 wide. It is situated 
pretty near tlie centre of the Island, 30 
miles north from Cape Beal lighthouse, at 
mouth of Barclay Sound. The water is , 
navigable for tlie largest vessels right into 
the settlement. Tiiere is also a wagon , 
road connecting Nanaimo, by which the 
mails are brought. It is also proposed to j 
connect ('omo.x with a good wagon road | 
next year. Alberiii is a good farming settle- 1 
ment, and, no doubt, will be an important ; 
jdace in the tuiure. A saw mill is located ] 
here, capacity 1000 .M per day. Has a Pres- j 
byterian and Catholic Church and two ' 
public schools. j 

Postmaster, Chas. Taylor, jr. j 

Armstrong William, mail contractor | 
Barclay Sound Fishing Co., salmon 

packers and gen store 
Chun on t Frank 
Clarke Croorgc 1). 
Clarke John J)aniol 
Cox Charles A. 
Cox EmmiinucI, lighthouse keopor, 

Cape Beal 



Crompton fxeorge 

Cummerford Patrick, sen. 

Fletcher Thomas 

Folwell Edgar 

Gill Edmund 

Cirandy Edward 

JIall Chas. Wm., laborer 

Hansen Henr^ , farmer 

Hills Henry 

Hills James 

Huff George A.,J.P. 

Ingram Valentino 

Jolly John S. 

Xing James 

Leeson William 

Little David 

Malheran Edward 

McKenzie Hector 

McKeiizic Kenneth 

AlcKittrick Robert 

McQuillan Frank 

Mollet John 

3Iollct John C, J. P., Government 

agent 
Moore Edward 
Muller Frederick W. 
Xorris Arthur 
Orr John 

Pinker ton R >bert, J. P. 
Proctor Arthur Percival, schoolmaster 
Red ford James 
Sarault Michael Marvin, saw mill 

Saunders Henry, general store 
and dog fish oil dealer 

Saunders F. P., manager for II. Saun- 
ders 
Smith Andrew L. 
Smith George A., C. E. 
Stirling Waiter 
Stolhurd William 

Taylor Chas., Jr., postmaster 

Walters Walter 
Ward Matthew A. 
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ALBERT CANYON, 

A station on the main line of the C. P. R., 
403 tiii!e9 ea3' of Vancouver; has a telegraph 
office. Si^veral rich mining claims have 
been taken up in the vicinity. All trains 
stop here 5 minutes, to give the passengers 
a view of the Canyon. 
Berub(5 J. E., operator C.P.E. 

ALDER GROVE, gee also 
L<angley. 

A country post ofTice in the electoral district 
of Xew Westminster, on the New Westmin- 
ster and Tale waggon road, 23 miles from 
New Westminster, and reached by stage, in 
Langley municipality. Mails weekly, on Sa- 
turday. Nearest railway station, telegraph 
and express offices, Warnock, dir 8 miles . 
steamboat landing, McMuUins, dis 7 miles' 
It has Episcopal, Presbyterian and Metho- 
dist churches and public schools Pop- 
200. 

Postmaster, P. Jackson, jun. 

Barber John Edward 

Berry Richard 

Burnett James 

Cleveland Arthur M. 

Crull Wm. J. 

Dutchon rev. George, Episcopal 

Dunn rev. A., Presbyterian 

Goldsmith Arthur Fuller,J.P.,Burnsidc 

Jackman Philip, sen., sen- 
store 

Jackman Philip, sen., gen. store 
LeFeuvre (leo. W. 
Lehman Victor 
McDonald John 
McDonald Wm. 

McDowell Miss Martha, school teaclier 

McLean Alex. 

McLean James N. 

McLean Wm. 

McNah Louis Ed. 

Miller John 

Monaifhan Martin 

Moore Ben. F. 



Nusner rev. — , Methodist 
Osborne Richard 
I Kobb Richard 
|8houldico John 
; Shortreed Duncan 
8horireed Robt., jun., general store 
Thompson Joseph 
ThorburnRobi. 
Vaun.'itta Wm. Henry, collector of 

customs 
Walker Sam. R 
Ward Jcdin 



ALEXANDRIA, 



A country post office in the Cariboo Lil- 
looet district, 3,) miles from Quesnclle ; 
nearest railway station Ashcroft, dis 184 
mil»s! telegraph find express offices, Soda 
Creek, dis 18 miles. Mails twice a week. 
Bankini? town, Kamloops, dis 220 miles. 
Steamboat landing, 1 mile. Pop. 70. 
Postmaster, A. I). McLinis 

Adiuns Wm., fiirmer of Morri.son & 

Adams 
Anderson R.. farmer 
Bohannan S. H.. rancher 
Clink A., gardener 
Coiisson L., farmer, of Cousson & 

Dcsoi-meimlt 
Crawford II., farmer 
De^ormeault P., farmer, of Cousson & 

J)es(»rinoault 
Downs S., of Downs & Olston 
Freeman U'm., farmer 
Ifodson John 
Jew-8ong.Yet Mining Co. 
Livingston D. 

Mclnnls A. D.,J.P., gen. store 

and postmaster 



Mclnnis A. P., farmer 
Mclnnos John J., farmer 
McLean D. O., farmer 
McLean Robt., hostler 
McLeese John, farmer 
Mackin John, farmer 
Maders Wm,, laborer 



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Moltatt IT., farmer 

Mofhtt C, I'airiicr 

M(.mit F., farmer 

MotHtt Joliii, tarmor 

Moffill Will., farmer 

Olstun O., farmer, of Downs & Olston 

ALERT BAY, 

A post office on Cormcrsnt Island. .M.ail 
once a monili. It is a convenient stopping 
place f'o/ vessels to and Ironi the N'orthcrn 
])0i't3 of IJritisl) Columbia, Nearest railwiiy 
siniion, telegraph and express otlices 
Nunaiiiio, dis 165 miles. Its iirincipnl indus- 
try is salmon canning. Has a Church of 
England mission. 

Postmaster, S. A. Speitcor 

Alert BayC'anniriuc Co., ssalinon can 

nery tmil ueii . store 
Brotciiie Wm., tcaelior at Mission 

school 
Corker — . teacher at Mission school 
Caniano Geo., sen,, lurmer, llarble- 

down Island 
CamaiH) (reo., jnn,, laborer 
Camano ('., laliorer 
Frig-on Edwaril, trade", Balaclava 

I>land 
Hall A. J., missionaiy, trader and saw 

mill 
Hawkins Geo,, laborer 
Hyde John, faimer. Port McNeill 
Ini>er,>oll Joiiii, 



ALKALI LAKE, 

A post office in the Lillooet district, 90 
miles north east from Clinton. Stock raisiiig 
is the principal industry. 
Postmistress, Mrs. lioswell 

Moore John E., J. P., rancher 

ASIICROFT, 

An important town on the main line of the 
C.lMi., 210 miles east of Vancouver, in 
Yale district. .Mails daily ; money order 
post ollice, telegraph and Dom. and B.C. 
express offices. It is tlie forwarding point 
to Caritioo mines. Stage leaves 3 times a 
Week for Clinton, connecting with .stage for 
Cariboo ; stage at 7 a. m. Monday for 
Barkerville, Quesiielle, Soda Creek and 
points north. Pop. 200. 
Postmtister, W. V. B. Bailey 

Armstronij; A., watchman C.P.R, 



shiiif^le inaUer 
Mai lory W. U, 



Bailey W. V, B., postmaster^ 
mgr O, Harvey 

IJtirnes J. C, tarmer and stock raiser 
liliuhe & l'>3ne, props Ashcroft hotel 
British Columbia Express Co., S. Ting- 
ley, siipt 
(;urey C. E., af^ent C.P.Pt. 
C!iri;-ili hotel, Clias. McNiehoU, prop 
Carqiill Wm., hotelkeeper 
CoriiwtiU Bros,, farmers and stock 
raisers 
hand loyyer and I Cornwall hon, Clement F., ex-liout. 

tiovernor, rancher 
hand ioir<rer and 'Cornwiill Jlenry P., rftticher 

C. P. B. Tele„M-apl', J. J. Mackay, 

a<;eMt 
Evans O. IT., farmer 
Foster F. W., gen store 
Kearn Waller D,, contractor and 

builder 
Gladwin W. D., storage and forwarding 



A'iam, farmer, Riinj)kish 



MatlKU> 

Piiver 
May Wm., Airmer, near Port McNeill 
Olnev Silas, farmer, Craycrnft Island 
Pidcock B. H., J, P., Indian agent 
Redgretives II., prov. police 
Simpson H., trader, Black Fish Sound | Gunter A., section foreman 

1 Haddock J., mgr F. W. Foster 
Spencer S. A.iPOStmaSterand | Harvey Oliver, gen store 

salmon cann^: r 1 Harper T., flour mills, Bonaparte 



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Stock raising 



!1 
or 

ill lino of the 
ancoiiver, in 
nioupy order 
iiu. and H.U, 
vardinjr point 
ves 'i times u 
Willi stage for 
Monday for 
a Creeli and 

ley 

tmastery 

oek raiser 
lot'l hotel 
...,S. Tiiig- 
loU, pi'op 
and 8tock 
ex-licut. 

Mackay, 

tic tor and 
(irwardinij 
Lcr 
kpurte 



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Hinton J., sootion foreman 
Kirkpafrick T, G., farmer 
Lolimat) I>aac, blackBmith 
Lync William, of Blighe & Lyno 

Mackay John J., agent C. P. E- 

telegraph ami B.C. Ex. Co. 
McBiido J., hardware and stoves 
McDonald & T{at\kin, blacksmiths 
McKay L., harness maker 
]\rcXi("holl Clias., prop Cargill hotel 
Mitchell T.. opoi-. C.P.R. telegraph 
Newlatid James A., hotelkeoper 
Smith Geo., baggageman C.P.ll. 
Stewart James, gen store 
Stoddart A , contnictor and builder 
Tingley Stephen, supt B. C. Ex. Co. 
Wood & Campbell, merchants 

3ARKERVILLE, 

A mining town on William's Creek, at the 
tenninns of the Cariboo waggon rond, dis 
280 miles from Ashcroft, the nearest 
railway station ; money order post office, 
tt'legrapli office and B C. Express, Episcopal 
and Methodist churches and pnblic school. 
Mails weekly. Pop. of district 500. A 
Government smelter is situated here. 
Postmai>ter, James Stono 

Bibby John, hardware 

Bendixen Mrs., saloon 

Bowson John, Govt, agent and gold 
commissioner, and registrar of votes 
foi" C;irilioo district 

Cowan George, M.P.P. 

Kelly A., hotel 

Knott John, hotel 

Martin E. A., stipt Govt. Reduction 
works 

Mason Joseph, M.P.P., gen store 

Moses W., barber 

Robinson capt. G. W, 

Rigors Sai A., gen store 

Stone James, J. P., postmas- 
ter and agent C.P.R. tele- 
graph and B.C. Express Co. 

Watt Hugh, J. P., surgeon in charge 
Uoyal llospital 



BEAR CREEK, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
434 miles east of Vancouver ; has t(l('frra|ih 
office; nearest steamboat landirg (Joldnn, 
dis 40 miles ; express office Glacier, dis 18 
miles. Fop. 20. 

Lorimer George E., C.P.R. 

agent 

BEAVER MOUTH, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
44!) miles east of Va'icoiver, has telegraph 
office ami a saw mill employing 40 hands. 
Mails daily. 

Carroll James Mahor 
Columbi'i River Lumber Co., saw mill 
and gen store 

Davis R., agent C.P.R. 

IIar<ly Wm., coal and woodman C.P.R. 
Neilson Wm. G., bookkeeper 
Ribinson Fred., nigr saw mill 
Scott Walter, lumberman 
Woodringtoa Miss, bookkeeper 

BEAVER POINT, (see Salt 
Spring Islanti.) 

A country jiost office on south end of Salt 
Spring Island, Cowichan district. Ni^arest 
telegraph office Cowichan, dis 13 miles. 
Railway station .McPhersons, dis 15 miles; 
steamboat landing 2 miles, and Rurgoyne 
Bay, dis 8 miles. Its principal industries 
are fanning, fishing and raining; has a 
public school, and Episcopal and .Methodist 
churches. Mails weekly. Population 40. 
Postmaster, Alex. McLennan 

Akerman Joseph, hotel and general 

store 
Carstairs Robt., farmer 
Douglas Abel, tisherman 
Fraser ^[iss Flora C, schoolteacher 
King Joseph, tisherman 

McLennan Alex., postmaster 
and farmer 

Rodgers X. IL, general store 
Ruckle Iloiiry 



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BELLA BELLA, 

A fishing village on the Northern congt. 
)ltiil twice a mouth from Victoria, dis 400 
iiiilc's.Nearest telegraph and railway station 
Nitnaimo, dis 300 miles. Population 300- 
Methodist Mission and school. 

Beavis rov. II. J., M. A., L. E. D., 

Mothfrtlist miHsiotiiiry 
Durr John, fisliermaii 

BELLA COLLIE, 

A fishing village on the northern coast 
at the head of Burke channel. 
Nearest railway and telegraph Nimnimo. 
dis 32!) miles. Nearest post ufIice,Bella Bella 
dis 75 miles. Population i^.OO 

Cla^'ton John, e^onornl store 

Crosby rev. Thomas, Methodist mis- 

sioiiury 
Jacobson Philip Talromey 

BONAPARTE, see Cache Creek. 

BOUNDARY BAY, 

A settlement in the New Westminster dis- 
trict, \> est otMiid Bay. 

Alexander Eobcrt, farmer 
Baxter Wm., farmer 
Bookman Wm., farmer 
Benson John B., farmer 
Brewster II., farmer 
Cailioune John Colborne, farmer 
Cannnid^e Edwin, farmer 
Culverwell Chas. RoLt., farmer 
Ilnnt Chas., carpenter 
Jordan Joiin, farmer 
MoKee Daniel Alex., farmer 
McKeeJohn, farmer 
McKee John, jr., farmer 
MoKee Robert, fjirmer 
Molvoe William, farmer 
O'Brien Ed., flirmer 
ShivasWm., laborer 
Thomson Edwin, farmer 
Thomson Wm., farmer 
Wright Kobe t, former 



BRIDGE CREEK, 

A stage station on the Cariboo stage route, 
in the Lillooet district, Post olfice Lac La 
Ilache ; mail weekly. Telegraph ot1ice,108 
Mile House, dis 8 miles; Asbcroft 80 miles. 
Population 200. 

Abel William, stock raiser. 111 Mile 
House 

Allan William C. E., hotelkee2)or 
and stock raiser 

Felker J. K., farmer, 118 Mile House 
Hot hiTi ngton Jo8., farmer, 117 Mile 

House 
MoCartiiy M., farmer, 137 Mile House 
MoKinley Bros., stock raisers, &c., P. 

0..115' Mile House 
MoDougal Thomas, farmer, 122 Milo 

House 
Morrison Wm., 1?4 Milo IL.use, B. C. 

Express Co's. stables 
Which A. S., farmer, 132 Mile House 
AV'alker William, 108 Mile House, C.P. 

telegniph agent and stock raiser 
Wright Jno., farmer, 127 Mile House 

[JIG BEAR CREEK, 

A country post office in the Lillooet Cariboo 
District. .Mails weekly in summer and 
every second week in winter. Nearest 
telegraph and express offices Clinton, dis 
45 miles. Railway station Ashcroft, dis 
106 miles ; has a saw mill and 2 flour mills 
Postmaster, John Gallagher 

Gallagher John, J. P., post- 
master 

BROWNSVILLE, 

A farming settlement on the Fraser River 
opposite New Westminster ; post office 
New Westminster There is a regular 
ferry boat to New Westminster. 

Daney Michael, farmer 

Herring Tillman Willard, fisherman 



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1 stage route, 
)IHce r^ac La 
ftph ofl[ice,108 
lot't 80 miles. 

Ill Mile 

olclkoepor 

Ho House 
117 Mile 

lilo House 
I'H, &,(.•., P. 

, 122 Mile 

use, B. C 

lilo House 
»uso, C.P. 
: niiser 
lilo House 



looet Cariboo 
iuminer and 
liT. Nearest 
Clinton, dis 
Vslicroft, dis 
2 dour mills 



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i'raser River 
]>ost office 
a regular 

r. 

Sherman 



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Punch James, hotel 

Snuffs Clias. S., cnrpcnter 
Whipple Tlios., farmer 
"Wilson James, farmer 

BURGOYNE BAY, (see 
Spring Island.) 



Salt 



A post settlement on Salt Spring Island. 
Cowichan District. Mails from Victoria 
twice a week, Monday and Thursday, 
Postmaster, Samuel Maxwell 

Akerman Jos., gen store 

Arnold Geo. 

Brown John 

Brown Robert 

Cairnes John 

Dukes Goo. J. 

Dukes Walter J. 

Fooi'd Fi-el 

Furners Geo. 

Hannah Geo., logger 

Irwin Mii'hael 

Kenney Wm. Thos., teacher 

Lee Edward 

Lunney James 

Macdonald Chas. 

Maxwell John 

Maxwell Samuel, postmaster, 
assessor and collector 

Mills Daniel 
Olsen Chas. 
Pollard Henry 
Pollard Joseph 
Pollard Wm. L. 
Roberts John Henry 
Robinson Arthur 
Shepard Geo. Julius 
Sparrow John C. 
AVhims — , clerk 
Wilson Alex. 
Williams Kar 
Williams Wra. 
Yves Michael 



BURRARD INLET, (See 

Hastings.) 

A postolfice on the inlet at Hastings station, 
3 miles east of Vancouver, connected by a 
good road. 
Postmaster, George Black 

Brighton hotel, Geo. Black, prop 
CACHE CREEK, 

A country post office on the Cariboo road. 
Nearest railway, telegraph and express 
offices Ashcrof't, dis 6 miles. 

Postmaster, Joseph Irwin 

Campbell James, rancher 
Carr Alexander, laborer 
Cargile Wm., hotel, Hat Creek 
Collins John G., rancher. Hat Creek 
Connor Charles, laborer 
English B. F., rancher, Bonaparte 
Harper T., flour mill, Bonaparte 

Irwin Joseph, postmaster 

McLeod J., rancher 

Morgan Thomas, rancher, Bonaparte 

O'llara Daniel, rancher, Bonaparte 

Parke Philip, rancher 

Parke Thomas 

SantbrdWm. H., laborer 

Semlin Chiis. A., M. P. P., rancher 

Stevenson George S., blacksmith 

Stevenson Jonn A., hotel 

Veasey .Michael, rancher, Bonaparte 

Watson Geo. D., laborer 

CANOE PASS, See Ladners P,0. 

15 miles below New Westminster, on the 
Fraser River 

British American Packing Co. 
Bussanwich Mat,, general store 
W^ellington Packing Co, 
Williams Thomas 
Young Benj. 



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CASSTAR OR STICKEEN, 

An electoral district in the northwestern 
part of the proviace. Mining is the princi- 
pal industry. 
Brown l[onry, miner 
Crtlbi'tiith, Grant & Cook, general 

morclmnts 
Calbrnith J.C, ofCiilbraitli, Grant & 

Cook 
Crimp J. L.y .^ol(l oommr. and Go- 
vernment "icent, L.'iketon 
Delisle Onesime, blackHmith, Tbibert 

Creek 
Grant John, M. T. V., of Calbraith, 

(xrant, & Cook, res Victoria 
Hiirbland Robert, trader, Telegraph 

Creek 
Hiulson Bay Co., general storo 
Metcalfe Edward, clerk, McDames 

Creek 
Porter James, general store and hotel, 

Porter's Landing 
Reed John, miner 
Reid Robert, clerk, Dease Crook 
Richard Matthew, trader and hotel- 

keej>er, Dease Creek 
Williscroft George, mill owner 

CEDAR, 

A country post oflRce in Nanaimo District, 
electoral district of Vancouver. Farming 
and oyster dredging are carried on. Mail 
weekly. Nauaimo, dis 10 miles, is nearest 
railway, telegraph and express oflSce. 
Postmaster, John Hill 
Hamer John, blacksmith 

CENTERVILLE,seeChillivvack 
CHEMAINUS, 

A station on the E. & X. Railway, Elec- 
toral district of VancouTer, 55 miles from 
Victoria ; has post office ; telegraph O.P.R. ; 
has saw mill, Episcopal church and 2 
public schools in the vicinity. 
Postmaster, Henry Hague 

Anderson Abraham 

Ash by Hugh Gibson "lork 



Beauneau Joseph B., logger 

Blayney Charles 

Bonsai 1 Henry 

Brown William E. 

Burke John E. 

Butler James E<lgar, mate Str 

Campbell Nelson Wm. 

Carson Joseph 

Calhcart James, bartender 

Cavin John M,,naaster mariner 

Crocker Sam. 

Croft Henry, engineer 

Conway Mrs. A., agent C. P. R. Tel. 

Conway T. D., lineman C. P. R. TeK 

Dickey Nathaniel 

Doll John, laborer 
j Eastwood Jiimes, cook 
I Evans Henry, millhand 

Froekletoii David, carpenter 

Galbraith David James 

Gallagher James 

Gibbs Sjimnel G. 

Glanville Geo., millhand 

Grey Sam., hotelkeepep 

Grieves Thos., laborer 

Hague Henry, postmaster 

Hall Herbert Ernest 

Hall Lewis 

Hobart James 

Howe Matthew, millwright 

Kemp Wm. T., carpenter 

Kerslcy George, laborer 

King Michael, logger 

Kinney David, laborer 

Kitchen William 

Lewis S.G„ general storo 

Lewis Sam. GcrdeLstone, teacher 

Litwell Henry, wheeler 

Lloyd Frank 

3Iacdonald Jos., bookkeeper 

Magee Patrick 

Mainguy David, merchant 

McCraig Wm„ I'y foreman 

McCraney Hiram P., ry forcmaa 

McDonald Allen 

McDonald Angus 

McDonald Donald, teaiustei^ 



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McGary Jamos 

Macaulay W. J., pron. Victoria 
Lumber & Manufacturing Co. 

Mcrcor Wm. Henry, tallyman 

Miller John, cook 

Mi I lor Wm. A. 

McMickon John, laborer 

Morris W. B., blacksmith 

Kealo JamoH, engineer 

Paitard Fred. Wm., clerk 

Patter.son Thos. Nelson, contractor 

Pell Joseph 

Perkins H. A., laborer 

Porter Geo. Robert 

Rhodes Charles, laborer 

Eiley Geo. Thomas, clerk 

Severne Henry 

Spencer Thomas E., laborer 

Spink Thos., laboi-er 

Sta])leford (Jeo. H. W. 

Steadman Wm., blacksmith 

Victoria Lumber &Mnfg. Co., 

props. Chemainus Saw Mill 

Walker James, millhand 
Wsirner James, millhnnd 
Whitehouse Louis Henry 
Whitvvorth Edwin, engineer 
Windsor Thomas P. 

CHILCOTEN, 

A country post office in the Cariboo Dis- 
trict. Mails received once in tlirce weel<s. 
Nearest telegrapli office Soda Oreelt, dis. 40 
miles ; nearest railway station Ashcroft, 
dis 2.35 miles ; steamboat landing Yale. 
Tliere is a flour mill and a saw mill Lere. 
Pop. 75. 

Postmaster, Albin Provis 

Beaumont I). 

Beaumont E. B., saw mill 

Drnmmond E. B. 

Mayer Joseph T., postmaster, general 

store, grist mill and rancher 
McAllister Thomas, rancher 



CHILLIWACK, seeSumasand 
Popcuin. 

(In tiie south bank of Fraser River, 50 
miles from New Westminster in the Elec- 
toral District of New Westminster, and has 
the best agricultural lands in the Province j 
has daily SlCiimboat connection with New 
Westminster ; has telef;ra|)h oirice, money 
Oi'dor P.O. with Savings bank ; has Epis- 
copal, Methodist and Presbyterian churches. 
Pop. 1,,')00, Nearest railway station IlarrU 
son River, dis 5 miles. 
Postmaster, Samuel Mellard 

Allen rev. W. B., vicar 
Armstrong James, farmer 
Armstronir R. C, farmer 
Banford George, farmer 
Bayly W. IL, farmer 
Bell Charles, farmer 
Bell J. G,, farmer 
Bell William, farmer 
Branchflowor William 
Brooks W. E. 
Cawley S. A. 
Caw ley Wm., farmer 
Coverdale Thomas, nurserj'man 
Davison A., blacksmith 
Dumvillo T., farmer 
Evans Charles 
Kvorall T. P., farmer 
fjverton George, general store 
Ford William 
Gil landers A. H. 
'GillandersC. W. 
Gil landers D. 
Gillanders M. F. 
i Hall rev. T. W., Methodist 
i Hall W, B., taxidermist 
Harrison Mrs., hotel 
Henderson Bros., general store 
Henderson J. C, M.I). 
Henderson Walter, civil ongineex' 
Higginson C. T. 
Kipp Andrew, saddler 
Kipp E, A,, carpenier 
Kipp Henry, butcher 
Kipp Isaac, farmer 



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KitcluMi Tho8., farmer 
L«y Tliomun, curj)oritor 
M(('iilclie()ii .J.,a^'oiit C.P.E. telegraph 
McCrillivray D., general wtoro 
Mclrilosli iiocl., bootH and shoes 
Mucdoiiuld James, blacksmith 

Mellard Samuel, notary piUilic, 
postmaster 

Mercer John, blacksmith 

Miuiro vVlex. 

Mimro N., farmer 

Nelmes I). T. 

Nowcll 11. 

Eecce J., reeve 

Eickers John, carpenter 

Bjsh rov. W. K., Presbyterian 

Hydor C. S. 

Snider L., farmer 

Turner Chus., farmer 

Turner S. J., carpenter 
Webb George 
Wel)b II,, deputj' sheriff 
Wells A. C, ciiecse factory 
Williams Kobert, farmer 

CLANWILLIAM, 

A station on the main line of the O.P.R., 
370 miles eastof Vancouver ; lias telegrapli 
office; nearest steamboat lauding Revel- 
stoke, dis 9 miles. Pop. 20. 

Brown Wm., sect foreman, East 
Fraser Donald A., watchman, West 
Latimer Gus., sect foreman. West 
Palmer J., watchman. East 
Toowcy I{., boarding house 

York W. M., C.P.R. agent 

CLINTON, 

An important town on the Cariboo road, 
dis 32 miles trotr. Ashcroft, its nearest 
railway station ; 1 as a post office. Mails 3 
times a week. B.u. Express Co., C.P.R. 
telegraph ; has a resident Methodist min- 
ister and public ichool. Pop. 150. 

Postmaster, A. LcBourduia 



Barker Wm., laborer 

Barley A. S. Miss, school teacher 

Bart rim Wm. Jlarstter, 83 M. li 

Bell Ewen, general store 

Bcrnal Juan, larmer 

Boyd Wm., stock r;iiser, 10 M. H. 

Brown F., laborer 

Cheidiall Jno., minor 

Clark Joseph, watchmaker 

Ciunio Geo., clerk 

Conroy Thos., laborer 

Ci'oyle Thos., shoemaker 

Eagan P., farmer 

Kagloson M., teamster 

Foster F. W., J. P., general store 

Goske Jos., laborer 

George Chas., teamster 

Gould H., miner 

Green Wm., laborer 

llalliday Jas., livery stable 

Harvey .11. VV., clerk 

llautier Louis, stage driver 

Hays Chas., stage driver 

ilurley 1)., stage driver 

Innis Alex., rancher 

Jamieson Itobt., rancher 

Koster Jno., laborer 

Luwther J., farmer 

LeBourdais A., postmaster 
and agent C.PiR. Telegraph 



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M., blacksmith 



McLol';ar'i 

McMartin D., teamster 

McMi.la'i John, laborer 

Major ii., laborer 

Marshall & Smith, Clinton hotel 

Marshall K. Mrs., of Marshall & Smith 

Mitchell G. IL, farmer (Gen. llart) 

Pell 'Wm., laborer 

Phan Caspar, assessor and collector 

Pollard John, hotel proprietor 

Quinn J. B., laborer 

Robertson Jas., road supt 

Sanson Geo., M. D. 

Saul Jno., farmer and rancher 

Saul W., farmer and stock raiser 

Smith Jos. E. N., of Marshall & Smith 



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Sones Frederick, J. P., Govern- 

niont n^funt 
Stoddiird i). A., (irismith 
SwilzerA.. leamstor 
Ti'Uiaii C'lias., laborer 
Truraii Jas., fanner 
Watlioin Tlios., miner 
AVood rov. J. A., Method ibt 

CLOVER VALLEY, 

A countiy post ofTice in the New West- 
minster district. Nertrest railway station 
New Westminster, (lis 23 miles. 
Po8tnia.slor, 1). McKciizie 

Campbi'll James 
Geor;jfo Jolin 
McCailuin Joseph W. 
McDonald J. D. E. 

McKenzie D., Postmaster 

McLean — , teacher 
Morton Jolui Teny 
Mui-phy Alex. 
Robinson W. J. 
Smith Wm. 

COBBLE HILL, see also Cowe- 
chan and Shawnigaii, 

A station and post office on the E. & N_ 
Railwaj'. Mails daily. Pop. 150. Good 
hunting in vicinity, especially on Cobble 
Hill.Ksliing in Little Shawingan Lake, 1 
mile from station, grouse very plentiful. 
Has a school house where Church of Eng- 
land services are held ; there is a Roman 
Catholic church, 3 miles distant. 
Postmaster, H. T. Porter 

Barry J., faimcr 

Cameron J. J)., fanner 

Dougan Jas., farmer 

Gieig J., jr., farmer 

llanchy S. W., farmer 

Harris E. II., farmer 

Hoy Jas. A., schoohnaster 

McPhersoti D.,section man E. t&N.Ey 

Nightingale John, J. P. 

Nightingale A., farmer 



Porter H. T.^ agent K. & N. Pvuil- 

road, (el. operator and postmaster 
Porter Jame.s Towiiley, hotel and store 
Raymond J., lime kiln owner 
Taggart W. J., farmer 

COLWOOD, 

A country post office in the Yale district. 
Mails weekly from Victoria, on Friday, 8 
a.m. 

Postmaster, Arthur Pratt 
COMOX, 

A money order post office in a well settled 
district; has Episcopal, Presbyterian, 
Methodist and Catholic churches. Pop. 
800. Nearest railway station and telegraph 
office Nanaimo, dis 60 miles. The Union 
Coal Co. have just completed a large 
wharf 1,600 feet limg, 40 feet wide and 60 
feet above high water mark; there is 
accommodation for four ships along each 
side, a track V.i miles long connects with 
the mines. The Company are now ship- 
ping large quantities of coal. 

Postmaster, Joseph McPhee 

Anderson Walter B., assessor and col- 
lector 
Bentley & Swan, general store 
Cliffs. E., hotel 

Durand rev. Father, R. Catholic 
Fraser Alex, rev., Presbyterian 
Ilawksby William, farmer 
Holmes J. 6., general store 
King & Carey, lumbermen 
McDonald G. G., hotel 
McKenzie John W., blacksmith 

McPhee Josephigeneral store 
and postmaster 

Pitcock R. H., leg of votes 
Stevens M. J., Methodist 
Strothers VV. T., M.D. 
Urquhart Bros., saw mills 
Willraer W. X. rev., Episcopalian 



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CORFIELD, 

A country post office at the head of Ccw- 
ichan Biiv and month of the Cowichan and 
Koksilah rivers, in the Provincial Rlectoral 
division of Cowichan ; it contains t'le lar- 
gest tract of fertile land in tiie Cowichan 
District, and Is very productive. There is 
a saw mill on the .lorth side of the Bay. 
Mails daily, e.Kcept Sunday. Nearest rail- 
way station and telegraph office, Koksilah, 
dis I4 miles. Steamboat landing, Oowi- 
ch'in, dis 2 miles ; hasa church and public 
school. Pop. 100. 
Postmaster, Goo. T. Corfield 

Corfteld Ceo. T., postmaster 
and general st'>re 

Eobotham John 11., S. Q. 

COxMIAKIN, 

A settlement in the Cowichan District. 

Flctt .Tamos 
Flott .Tolni William 
Flctt Potor 
Fi'onoh Wm. John 
Richardn Josoph 
Skinner Ernest M. 
Smith Nii'holas John 
Sj'mons Richard Dunn 

COQUITLAM, 

A settlement in the New Westrainsiter dis- 
trict. 

Bradsliaw VAirar ^Y. 

Cameron Nicol 

Johnston Janios A, B, 

McLennan Duncan 

Peters Lawrence, contractor 

Scott John, reeve 

Wilson Edwin John, blacksmith 

COUTLEE, (see also Nicola 
Lake.) 

A country post office in the Nicola Valley. 
Nearest railway station and telegraph office, 
Spence's Bridge, dis 42 miles. Steamboat 
landing Kamloops, dis 90 miles. This is a 
({oud agricultural section ; and is chiefly 



occupied by cattle ranches, pood coal 
m'nes and silver ledges are locaied here 
and are being worked. Mail iri.weekly. 
Pop. 12. 

Postmaster, Gilbert Blair 

Blair & Co., traders and I'anchers 

Coutiee Alex. Jo-jepli. hotelkeepor 

Hamilton Cha.s. John 0. E. 

Smitli James, blacksmith 

Smitli Wm., clerk 

COWICHAN, (see alsoShawni- 
gan.) 

A countrV post office in the C,>\vic!ian di^- 
trict. Nearest railway station Cobble Hill 
dis 4 miles ; dis from Victoria ;i.) miles. 
Postmaster, Jjunes Kit) near 
Abbott James, l.-iboror 
Abernethy James 
Bartlett Geo. 

Bayly Chas., Cowichan L-ike 
Beaumont Wm. 
Beri^eo Jose])h 
Bickmore Edward Alox. 
B( a! James 
!5urnham Euiiene 
Carralle Phillip 
Co mar Ed. 

Cowichan Saw Mill.s, Sniton Si Co. 
Crai^ Francis, Cowichan Lake 
Crai^ Robt. 
Crate Adolphus 
Croft Henry, M.P.P, 

Donckelc GustavusTheopliilus rev,R.C. 

Donovan Jatnes, jr. 

Prummond Hugh 

Edu;son Milton 

El lender Wm., Cowichan L;ike 

Klliott Tlios. 

Field Jerome E,, laborer 

Forrest Ed. 

Forrest VVra. 

Gilmour Win., carpenter 

Green Abralniin 

Green Chas. & Francis Jacob 

Harris Edwiird H. 

Henderson John 

llersch John, Cowichan Lake 



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located here 

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Hod f!:son John, millwrii^ht 

Honin Kobert D., laborer 

Hiiinpliroy John 

Jackson James T. 

Jaynes Wni. Petin, morchont 

Jones — , hotelUecper 

Jones Prod. 

Jones George 

JonoH James 

Jones Joseph 

Kandson Cliristian, laborer 

Karney Alo.\., Kanaka 

Kinnear JameSy hotelkceper and 

Postmaster 
Larson Andrew 
Mahoncy James 
Mahotiey John 

McKciiKie John Chas., Cowichan Lake 
McLolian Fred. B., carpenter 
McNeil James, carpenter 
Marshall Matthew 
Marshall Thos. 
Matthews lieiit-col 
Mehan John David, blacksmith 
Mofll'al John Waldo, carpenter 
Morrison John Watsor 
Mottashed Alfred E., laborer 
Nelson John 

Nickson John Jamos, carpenter 
Northcote Jl. C, G. 
Oldfield James, carpenter 
Ordano Giovanni Baptisto, gen store 

anti hotel 
Pemburny Au<fustiis 
Head i II j;; Edward, laborer 
Eichardson II. Biick,<j;on store andhotol 
llivera Pratdc Edward, painter 
Blvers Henry 
Kivers Wm 
liivers Wm., sen. 
Itogers GodiVt V, laborer 
Roundory Sam., clerk 
Rutledge James 
Seeley 8 E., cai-penter 
Shaw Thos. B., carpenter 
Smith Thos. 

Sutton & Co,, props. Cowicban Saw 
Mills 



Sutton James Edi, bookkeeper 
Sutton Wm. John, mill maiiiigor 
Swinarton Wm., Cowichan Luko 
TinkipJ. I)., carpenter 
Wil>on Jame.s, ry foreman 

CRAIGELLACHIE, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R.j 
353 miles east of Vuncoiiver, Telegraph 
otfice, iSicamousc, dis 1UJ| miles i has a s&W 
mill. 

Gar bet Wm. 
Willes Joseph 

CRANBROOK, 

A post otfii-e in the Kooteaay district. 
Nearest railway station, Golden, dis 200 
miles. 
Postmaster, Geo. Patterson 

DELTA MUNICIPALITY, 

(see Liidnera ) 

In the district of New Westminster, front- 
ing on Fniscr River and Gulf of Georgia, 
area 50,000 acres. Ladners, the business 
centre, is 13 miles down the river from 
New Westminster, with which city there 
is daily communication by stefn^er. It 
is the chief salmon packing point on the 
Fraser River, besides ths fisheries. Farming 
is extensively carried on. Fruits, roota 
and grains are raised. The soil is the 
richest. 



DENMAN ISLAND, 

Is situated in the Comox District. Its 
nearest railway station and telegraph oilice 
Nanaimo, dis 40 miles. 

DEPARTURE BAY, 

The shipping port of the Wellington Col- 
liery, connected by telephone with Welling- 
ton coal mmes and Nanaimo, distant three 
miles, coaling station for China steamers. 

Austin Henry 

Bay hotel, Joseph Harper, prop 

Crocktbrd Miss M., teacher 



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Harpci- JoMcph, hotel 
Ilu^liert Wm. 
Micklenon .). 
Nichols John 
Ti'ei^urnin^ Wm., foreman 

N., shipping ugent 



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DOG CREEK, 

A country post office in the Cariboo Lil- 
looet District. Mail weekly. Nearest tele- 
graph office, Clinton, dis 62 miles. Railway 
Station Ashcroft, 90 miles. Its principal 
industries are stock raising' and mining •, 
has a flour mill and saw mill. Pop. 25. 
Postmaster, Joseph S. Place 

Boyle Thos., mail carrier 
Caspar Isidore, saw mill a\id stock 
raiser 

Place Joseph S., merchant, 
postmaster and hotelkeeper 

Tweiityman A., flour mill 
Ah Why, trader 
Hing Lee & Co., store 
Le Poo, store 

DONALD, 

A town on the main line of the C.P.R., 461 
miles eai^t of Vancouver. At the first cros- 
sing of Columbia River in the Kootenay 
district, has Episcopal, Presbyterian and 
Roman Catholic churches and Masonic 
Lodge. Post office, express and telegraph 
offices. Mails daily. The Division wrrk- 
shops of the C.P.R. are located here. 
Postmaster, Geo. H. Prefiwell. 

Armstrong Alex., conductor C. P. E. 
Aiti; v.'orth William, car inspector 
Anderson Robert, nightwatchman C. 

P. R. 
Babbott John, conductor 
Baities Chas. T., dra^-man 
Barnes John, clerk Manuel & Euttan 
Barton Geo. II., farmer 
Biret Thomas, titter 
Bcasioy H. B., secy to suptRMarpolo, 

C. P. I{. 



Blanej- .Fames, teamster 

Blythr T. A., draughtsman C. P. R. 

Boj'd James, wiper 

Bru'idrett George, wiper 

Ba.ra O., hiborer 

Bown James P., laborer 

Jjrown Wm., machinist C. P. R. 

Oalder Fred, A., chief clerk supt's office 

C. P. R. 
Caldwell W. H., conductor 
Cameron Arch., Govt, road foreman 
Canadian Pacific Railway supply store, 

C. C. Sproule, storekocpor 

Canadian Pacific Railway, J. 
B. Johnson, agent 

Carryer Y , local forman's clerk 
Clegg Robert, teamster 
Coeb John, boilermaker 



Cob Web hotel, Ceo. Suther- 
land, prop 

Colpitts A. E., farmer 
Colacurccio F., laborer 
Connacher Henry, bartender Forrest 

House 
Corson Frederick, turner C. P. R. 
Court House 
Cook II., carpenter 
Denman Arthur, engineer 
Dnliin Francis, tinsmith C. P. R. 
Dominion E.^press Co., J. B. J(jhnson, 

agent 
Donald Hospital, W. A. Richardson, 

M. D., and C. Tyrell, nurse 
Donatelli Getuge, coal and wood man 

C. P. R. 
Downie T., chief train despatcher 
Edwards L. J., accountant C. P. R. 
KIson W., biakeman C. P. R. 
Engineer's Office C.P.R., J. F. irriffith, 

chief engineer, office near station 
Ejiiscopal church, rev F. E. Wright, 

pastor 
Elvans Tliop. J. P., assistant store 

keeper C. P. R., and secretary 

treasurer for Kootenay 



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P. R 

iiipi'rt office 

d foreman 
ipply store, 
r 

ilway, J. 

tlerk 

Suther- 

Forrest 
P. R. 



r. R. 

Johnson, 
fliardson, 



vood man 

chop 
P. R. 

Uriffith, 
Niation 
Wright, 

nt store 
ocretary 



Escott John, mesflenc^er C. P. E. 
Forrington Arthur, wiper 

Forrest House, Thos. Forrest, 
prop 

Folley James, brakeman 

Gavin P. J., engineer 

Geddes James, fireman 

Genier Nap., lino repairer 

Graham Goo., conductor 

Grant P., engir..,. ;• 

Griffith J. E.', C. E., resident eng. 

Grimes W. J., brakeman C. P. R. 

Grimes Wm., yardmaster C. P. R. 

Hamilton John J., despatcher C. P. R. 

Hamilton William, watchman 
•nderson Thomas, commercial oper- 
ator 

Hobbs F. E., local foreman C. P. R. 

Hughes H., C. P, R. boarding house 

Hoyland R., cook car 33 

Hopgood J., brakeman 

Hyland R., brakeman 

Hull Bros., & Co., butchers, J. H. 
Stirrett, mgr. 

Hunt George C, watchmaker and 
jeweler 

Johnson J. B., agent C. P. R. and Do- 
minion Express 

Kilpatrick 'f'hos., foreman C. P. R. 
Bridge ...".ng 

Kimptoi' i . Miss, Selkirk House 

Kimj)tf .; R ' general store 

Labv'C»;'r' .i . (j., ))rop Vallo}' House 

Lam. >n J.-, t painter, bds Selkirk 

TT 

UOUbo 

Larcher Gt n , laborer 

Lawson J., braicoman C. P. R. 

Lean Allen, plasterer, bds Forrest 

hotel 
T 'I'um T. J., constable 
Leiiiiiu D. Miss 
Levesque Louis 
McBrido Minnie Miss 
Mel' loR., ya.-draan C. P. R. 
M. * ,n( W. j., yardman C. P. R. 
Mci; ,■; ■ } Obv.les R., clerk Selkirk 

HoUiMj 



McDonald Alex., clerk for J. C. Steen 
McGinty John, carpenter, bds Selkirk 

House 
McGinn is James, yard gang foreman 
M(dConzie Mrs. 
McLean A., brakeman 
McLean D.IL, baggagem.in C. P. R. 
McLeod John, piiinter C. P. R. 
McRae 31iss Mary, cook Selkirk 

House 
Manuel Geo. I'., of Manuel & Rattan, 

J. P., ana coroner for Kooienay 

District 
Manuel & Rattan, gen merchants 
Marpole Richard, supt Pacific division 

C. P. R. 
Matheson John H., barber 
Middleton G., foreman fitter 
Milligan & O'Brien, wholesale liquor 

merchants 
Milligan Gideon, of Milligan & O'Brien 
Mitchell A., C. P. R. 
Morrison Thomas, Temperance 

House 
Murphy Patrick, proprietor Woodbine 

hotel 
Mnlvey James, night watchman C.P.R. 
Muth W., circuit manager C.P.R. and 

agent C. P. Tel. 
Need ham Sam. 

O'Brien Martin, of Milligan ct O'Brien 
Palorcia M., shoemaker 
Patmore R. W., clerk for G. IL Press- 
well 
Paquette J. 

Paquette N., general store 
Palmer Simon, bartondcir Cob Web 

iiotol 
Penzer A., brakeman 
Peterson Peter, wiper 
Pierre Robert 
Pitts J. C, manager for R. ^. Kimp- 

ton 
Fresswell George H., .'general store 

and postmaster 
Presbyterian Church, Rev. A. Robert- 
son 
Randall Arthur, turner 



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Redgrave Stephen, sheriff^ 
asse&sor, collector, and re- 
gistrar county court, Koote- 
nay district 

EeidW. JJ., blacksmith 
llieliardsou W. A., M. D., G. P. R. sur- 
geon 
Eidlc}- Hannah Mis8, waitress Selkirk 

House 
Eidle}' James, night watchman C.P.E. 
liizzon A.) shoemaker for M. Paloreia 
lioiieitsoii rev. A., ptte m Presbyterian 

Church 
Eoian David, barieiid-j. jodbine 

hotel 
Eo.ss J. II., C. P. E. 
Ecy P., carpenter 
Riittan W. S., of Manuel & Euttan 
Selkirk House, J. C. Sleen, prop 
SicotteiSoel, C. P. E. boarding house 
Spragge Arthur G. M., banister 
Stall' boarding house, on hill in rear 

ot station 
8teon J. C, prop Selkirk Ilonse 
Stirrett J. U., manager Hull Bros & 

Co. 
Sullivan Mile, cook Staff boarding 

house 

Sutherland George, prop Cob 
Web hotel 

Sutherland Gordon, foreman carpenter 
Tyrell Charles, hospital nurse 
Turner rev. J., Methodist 
Van Antwerp W. F., engineer 
Wallace Alfred, hospital nurse 
Welsh William, porter Forrest House 
Wilson J. T., bookkeeper G. P. E. 

mechanical stores 
Woodbine hotel, Patrick Murphy, prop 
Wood house Alfred, fitter 
Wiight James, c nductor C. P. E. 
Chiiig Koe, laundry 
Chong Kee, store 
Lee Sing, laundry 
Wo Hing, laundry 
Yeu Sing, laundry 



DOUGLAS LAKE, 

A countr}' post office in the Yale disirlct. 
Nearest railway station and telegraph 
office, Speuce's Bridge, dis. 80 miles. Mails 
weekly. 
Postmaster, J. B. Graves 

Bercie Augustin 

Douglas Lake Cattle Co., ranchers and 

butchers 
English Mrs. John, gen store 

Craves J. B., postmaster 
Irving Eobert, teamster 
Jackson Fratdi W., laborer 
Jveneor J. \V'., gen store 
Lefevre Alphonso 
McEae George, sawyer 
McEae Eonald 
Murray Hugh, stock raiser 
Sabine Napoleon 

DKYNOCK, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
175 miles east of Vancouver; has a tele- 
graph office. Pop. 5. 
Flock John Thomas, horse dealer 

DUCK & PHINGLE (See also 
Ducks), 

A country post office on the south Thomp- 
son River, 18 miles east of Kamloops 
Ranching is the principal industry in this 
section. 
Postmaster, 0. S, Batchelor 

DUCKS, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
270 miles east of Vancouver on the Thomp- 
son River; has a telegraph office. Mails 
daily. Pop. 40. iSee Duek and Pringle 
P.O. 
Postmaster, O. S. Batchelor 

Batchelor Owen Salisbury, 
Postmaster 

Bostock Hornett, hotel 
iBostock Hewict, rancher 
ICruvon A. II., rancher 



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n store 

ma.ster 
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borer 
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iiiser 



line of the C.P.R., 
jouver; has a tele- 

lorse dealer 
LE (See also 

n the south Thonip- 

east of Kaiuluops. 

ijal industry in this 

ihelor 

line of the C.P.R, 

uver on the Thonip- 

graph office. Xlailj 

Duck and Pringle 

atchclor 

Salisbury, 



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Elwell J., rancher 

Goulet E. v., agent C.P.R. & Dominion 

Express 
Jai^oe J., rancher 
Kinnear John McDonald, acting P.M. 

and hotel clerk 
Martin G. B., M.P.P. 
Null J., rancher 

Pemberton A. G., sheriflF and rancher 
Eobbins C. S., rancher 
Wilson G., rancher 

DUNCAN'S, 

A station on the E. & N. Railway, 40 miles 
nor'h of Victoria, has telegraph office. 
Stage leaves here for Cowichaa Lake. 

Adams & Beaumont, gen store 

Adam.s E., of Adams & Beaumont 

Allard J., laborer 

Allard M., laborer 

Beaumont C, of Adams & Beaumont 

Brownell A. A., blacksmith 

Cathcart D. 

Oath cart Jas., butcher 

Carrie D., carpenter 

Duncan W. C, farmer 

Dwyer J. U., farmer 

Evans Jas., farmer 

Fry H., jr., C.E., of Macdonald & Co. 

Qood A. C, clerk Macdonald & Co. 

Hi 1 born W., blacksmith 

Holmes D., farmer 

Lee 0. E., carpenter 

Lomas W. A., farmer 

Xomas W. II., Indian agent 

Jjusty F. 

Packenzie J. C, teamster 
acdonald & Co., gen stcre 

fMacdonald Jos., of Mac- 
: donald &Co., postmaster 

lathew W. C. Lt.-(Jol., farmer 

IcKay C. B., C.E. 

IcKerrow W. H., carpenter 
Price & Jaynes, Quamichan hotel 
)uamichan hotel, Price & Jaynes, 

props 
Jlosset L., tailor 



Sing Lee, laundry 
Smith D. Gregory 
Street J., b.acksmith 
Tansey T., section foreman 
Wellburn 31. 0., Govt agent 
Wilson Geo., blacksmith's helper 
Wilson Ilonald, farmer 
Wilson Wm., farmer 

Wood W. 



agent 



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EAGLE PASS, 

Empz A. I., blacksmitii 
Jones James, rancher 
McTavis David, boatman 
McPinnan Alex., foremar^ 
Murdoch Geo , miner 
Peacock Wm. A„ trader 

EAST WELLINGTON (See 
also Wellington), 

A mining town, 4 miles from Xmiaimo, Iia.s 
post office, churches and public school. 
The East Wellington Coal Co.'s colli'iry is 
the support of the town. 

Postmaster, Wm. S. Chandler 

Anderson Abe, miner 
Anderson Henry, watchman 
Anderson Wm., miner 
Bagg A ley., miner 
Baines Potor, miner 
Barber J )hn, miner 
Barlow John, miner 
Barnes Aaron, minor 
Bciinio John, miner 
Bonnie Robert, miner 
Bertram Thomas, minor 
Bochaine Jos., miner 
Bowater Noil, foreman miner 
Bowater Wm.. foreman miner 
Boise Tulley, miner 
Bradley James, miner 
Braize Evan, miner 
Brennan Richard, minor 
Brown James, butcher 
Brown James J., minor 



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Burn John, miner 
Cameron Alex., engineer 
Carmichael Wm., miner 

Chandler Wm. 8., superinten- 
dent E. Wellington Coal Co- 

Chisholm Duncan, miner 
Clarlie IJdward, miner 
Craven Webster, miner 
Crossen Andrew, miner 
CroHton John, miner 
Crowley Daniel, miner 
David John 
Davies Jchn, miner 
Davis Edward 
Daykin Israel, miner 
Delahay Wm., blacksmith 
Dick William 
Dixon Diin., foreman 
Donohue Lawrence P. 
Drew Richard, sen., trapper 
Dunn Robert, overman 

EaAt Wellington Coal Co., 
Wm. S. Chandler, superin- 
tendent 

Eaton, Chas. miner 

Ellis llenry, miner 

Ferguson William 

Fielding William, trackman 

F inlay James 

Flynn William 

Fraser Hugh 

Freer Victor 

Gavin John 

Gavin Thomas 

Gibson Archie 

Gilbert Jiichard 

Glover Albert 

Gold John 

Golder Robert, woodman 

Griffiths Wm., miner 

Grundy A\ ni., miner 

Harper William 

Harwood John 

}Iepi)le Henry 

Heyman William 

High Thomas 



Holland Fred. 
Hope Thomas, miner 
Horth Charles, clerk 
Howe James 
Howe Robert 
Hudson Richard, miner 
Hughes Edward 
Jones Ed., miner 
Jones Fred., miner 
Johnston John, miner 
Kelly Robert, miner 
Kilpatrick John 
McKinley James, son., miner 
McKinley Jas., jr., miner 
McKinnell Andrew, miner 
MfKinnell James, miner 
McNeven Duncan, minor 
McLay Robert, miner 
McMillen Daniel, carpenter 
McTaggart Wm., miner 
Marshall Thos., engineer 
Martin Robert 
Matthews David, miner 
Morris Wm., miner 
Morrison John, engineer 
Murphy Michael, miner 
Murphy William, miner 
Orr Alex., foreman 
Overyby Robert, miner 
Parrott Steve, sen. 
Parrott Steve, jun., min3r 
Parrott John, hotelkeeper 
Parrott Wm., miner 
Pascoo Thos., miner 
Payne John, bankman 
Peck T. E., saloon 
Peck Thos. E., Old Swan Inn 

Pippey R. L., bookkeeper 
Wellington Coal Co. 

Proven James, miner 
Quinn Michael, minor 
Reinhart Chas., trackman 
Robei'tH S. B., engineer 
Ross W^illiani, trackman 
Shea Thos., minor 
Smith Jesse, minor 
Stevenson David, engineer 



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Sfcrutliera James, miner 
Sturges Charles, miner 
Taylor Wra., miner 
Vanberg Fred., trackman 
Waddels John, engineer 

Walkem W. W., surgeon 
Wellington Coal Co. 

Wannaby James, miner 
"Webster James, miner 
Westwood Benjamin, blacksmith 
Westwood Cicero, bankman 
Westwood Joseph, blacksmith 
"We8t-;yood Milton, bankman 
"Westwood Novella, carpenter 
Westwood W. J., gen store 
Wheater Kichard, miner 
Winning Eichard, miner 

JELGIN, 

A country post oflfice in tlft ?Tew West- 
minster district. Mail from New We»t- 
mindter, die 12 miles. 

Postmaster, Joseph Dales 
3fcDougall W. C. 

EMORY, 

A country post office. Nearest railway 
station Yale, dis :5 miles. 
Postmaster, Fred. W. Geisler 

Billadcaux Pierre, hotclkeoper 

Ceisler Fred. W., postmaster 

Gcisler W. T., hotel 
Lovell Jiobert. woodsman 
.Paupore James E., firoinan 

ENDERBY, see also Spallum- 
cheen. 

A country post oETice in the Si)allumclioen 

district, on the banks of the Spall umclieen 

River. .Steamers rim between Knderby and 

I Sicamouse, on G. l». Ry., dis 23 miles. A 

I large roller process flour mill ia located 

^ here. Mails 4 times a week. 

Postmaster, Uiivor Harvey 



Bailey Robt., engineer 

Beacon I. W., carpenter 

Campbell Alex., of Fletcher & Camp- 
bell ■ 

Campbell Alex., carpenter 

Columbia Flouring Mills Co., E. P. 
Rithet & Co., props 

Dew James, carpenter 

Faulkner Geo., laborer 

Fletcher & Campbell, carpenters 

Fletcher T. W., of Fletcher & Camp- 
bell 

Fortune & Campbell, butchers 

Fortune Wm., jun. 

Groop A. K. , general store 

Gibbs Samuel, raanagev Columbia 
Flouring Mills Co. 

Hall Wm., mate 

Harvey Oliver, gen. store and 
postmaster 

Jones Edwih, gent 

Lambly Bros., hotelkeepers and farm- 
ers 

Lambly Robert, of Larably Bros. 

Lambly Thomas McKee, of Lambly 
Bro.s. 

LUMBY MOSES, J. P., secretary 

Sluiswap and Okanagan Railway 
McCallum Duncan, laborer 
Mclntj-re Archibald, carpenter 
Mclntyrc D. M., miller 
McLean Neil 

McLeod Norman, engineer 
O'ljoary Wm., miller 
Oliver Jlonry, miller 
I^itton John IE., carpenter 
Rouiidings Sumncl, timekeeper 
Silverlhorno Herbert, miller 
Smytlie Wm. Henry, clerk 
Stark John Edward 
Watson Ernest C, laborer 
White Chas. C, engineer 

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ESQUIMALT, 

About 3 miles from Victoria, connected hy 
a {»ood rortd. TLe cliief n'lval station on 
the Pacific coast ; has a, dry dock, length 
450 ft., width at entrance C5 ft., depth 2G 
feet. An arsenal and naval hospital, has 
poit office. Mails daily. Episcopal and 
Catholic churches and schools. 

Postmaster, John T, Howard 

Anderson Ths., res Old Esquimalt H^^ 
Andrews James, steward Royal Naval 

hospital 
Arthurs J., carpenter, Old EsqiiimaU 

Road 
Ashley ThoR., milkman, Esquimalt Tld 
Barry Charles, storoliouseman, Xaval 

Yard 
Bay ley Joseph, Trenton hotel halfway 

bourse, Esquimau Road 
Bebbington Geo., boatman 
Bishop Caleb, storehouseman, Naval 

Yard 
Bland Joseph, laborer, Esquimalt Ed 
Bogle John, laborer, Dry Dock 
Bolton rev. W. VV., head master St. 

Paul's boys' school 
Broster George, bartender Ship Inn 

6a 100 n 
Bunlin^^ Chas. E., customs landing 

wai 
Bunting Chas. R., student 
Callum^Capt. E. 0. 

Cameron Archibald B., ship carpenter 
Campbell John Donald, constable prov 

police 
Campbell II. J., asst master St. 

Paul's School 
Carr Frederick, bartender Ship Inn 

saloon 
Clark Wm., marine in charge Royal 

Naval Club 
Coach & Horses saloon, W. B.Smith, 

prop, Ej^quimalt Road 
Cohen Joseph, aest Royal Naval Hos- 
pital 
Cura Frank, Esquimalt Road 



Customs Oflficer, outpost of Victowa, 

Chas. E. Bunting 
Cutler George, Royal Navy Canteen 
Davej' Fiederick, clerk Naval Yard 
Deon J., contractor, bds Globe hotel 

Devereux Capt. John, dock- 
master. Dry I)ock 

Dillon B. F., prop Coach & Horse 
Saloon, Esquimalt 

Dillon Chas. I., clerk Poar.son & Co., 
res Esquimalt road 

Dillon Edward F., clerk Young &Co., 
res Esquimalt road 

Dobbin T. Sydney, chief clerk Naval 
Yard, res Esquimalt road 

Dodds Thos., cooper. Naval Yard 

Doran John, prop New Inn, E.squimalt 
road 

Downer Richard, storehouseman. Na- 
val Yard 

Dry Dock, Capt. John Devereux,dock- 
master 

Elliott Hector, stableman 

filsquimalt hotel, J. T. Pearce, prop 

Evans Alfred, steward Officers Club 

Fisher Chas., proprietor Globe hotel 

Fisher Joseph, groom Howard's ho tel 

Fitzgerald M., staff surgeon R. N., in 
charge Royal Naval hospital 

Francis G., boatman 

Freith A. J. E., asst storehouseman, 
NavalYard 

Gillespie Geo,, asst mgr Bk. of B. C., 
res Esquimalt road 

Globe Hotel, Chas. Fisher, proprietor 

Gocpel Phillip D., clerk, Naval Yard 

Gray Joseph, carpenter 

Grieve A. D., carpenter, Drj' Dock 

Grenfell Lieut. 

Hamcr Geo., carpenter 

Hammond John, laborer 

Harris Henry, proprietor Ship Inn 
saloon 

Holman James, shoemaker 

Howard John Thomas, post- 
master, livery stable and 
hotelkeeper 



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t of VictoMa, 

avy Canteen 
Naval Yard 
Globe hotel 

John, dock- 

ach & Horse 

oarson & Co., 

Young &Co., 

if clerk Naval 

oad 

val Yard 

nn, E.squimalt 

Duscnian, Na- 

evoi'cuXjdock- 



sarce, prop 
fficers Club 
lobe hotel 
ward's ho tel 
on E. N., in 
ispital 

•rehouseman, 

Bk. ofB. C, 

', proprietor 
SI aval Yard 

)vy Dock 



)r Ship Inn 



lasy post- 
able and 



Howard Hotel, John Thoc Howard, 

prop 
Howard Victor, clerk Howard Hotel 

Innes James H., naval and victua- 
ling storekeeper, and accountant in 
charge Naval Yard 
Jones David, school teacher 
Jones P. N, stoker, Dry Dock 
Jones Peter Dry Dock Saloon 
Keeler Eichard, grocer 
Kirwin — , res Esquimalt road 
Littlefield J. Cading, striker, Naval 

ard 
Lloyd Chas., laborer, Dry Dock 
Logan Hugh, son., asst armourer, 

Naval Yard 
Logan Hugh., jun., clerk J. T. Pearce 
McCausiand James, boatman 
HcDonaid P. J., saloon 
McKenzie — , section man E. & N. Ry., 

Esquimalt road 
McKenzie Kenneth, clerk, Naval Yard 
McNiven Alex,, fireman 
Martin — , boatman E. N. Yard 
Mathews Edward, statf engineer R.N. 
Muir W. J., machinist Spratt&Gray 
Muir A. C, chief engineer, Dry Dock 
Nunn Chas,, clerk Half Way House,ro9 

Esquimalt road 
New Inn, John Doran, prop, E.squi- 
malt road 
Officers Club, Alfred Evans, steward 
Oldershaw — , plasterer, Oraigflowor 

road 
Pearce Jo. Tamlinson, general store 
, Pearson Thomas, Albion Irou Works, 

res Esquimalt 
[Phillips Eiehard, storehouseman, Na- 
1 val Yard 

[Pine John, bartender Esquimalt Hotel 
Pooley hon. C. K., res Esquimalt road 
Eichardson Thomas, armourer. Naval 
' Yard 

j Eobinson Wm., clerk 
I Eoyal Naval canteen, George Cutler. 

in charge 
Eothwell William 



Eoyal Navy Club, Wm. Clark, marino 

in charge 
Eoyal Naval Hospital, staff surgeon 

B. N., in charge, M. Fitzgerald 
Eoyal Naval Yard, James H. Innes, 

Naval & Victualing storekeeper, and 

accountant in charge 
Russell James, Esquimalt road 
Ruthwell Wm. 
St. George's Inn, Chas. William,?, prop, 

Esquimalt road 
St. Joseph K. C mission, E«quimalt 
St. Paul's church, Episcopal, EovEllison, 

l*GCt01* 

St. Paul's school, Eev. W. W. Bolton, 

head master 
Scarf George, boatman 
Scott J. Allen, asst master St. Paul's 

Boys school 
Shaw Mrs., res Old Esquinialt Road 
Ship Inn saloon, Henry Harris, prop 
Smith Wm. B,, prop. Coach & Horse 

saloon, Esquimalt r lad 
Spilmun W. J., carpenter's mate, Naval 

Yard 
Spotts James, laborer 
Stock John, night watchman, Dry 

Dock 
Trenton hotel, Joseph Bayloy, prop, 

Esquimalt road 
Trimen L, B., architect, res Esquimalt 

road 
Were P. J., stoker. Naval Yard 
Wake Gorvas F., clerk Naval Yard, vea 

Esquimalt road 
Walker F. G., barrister, res Esquimalt 

roa<l 
Wa Lunar, laundry 
Wilby H., yrrrtof;): 
William Chas., prop St. George's Inn, 

E-^quimalt road 
William James, laundry. Constant 

Cove, Esquimalt Harbor 
William J. H., artificer, Naval Yard 
WithamJ. W., leading stoker, Naval 

Yard 
Woodhams Richard 
Young Wm., boatiu»a 



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FAIRMONT SPRINGS, 

A post office in the KooteDay district, 2 

miles from Upper Colombia Lakes ; nearest 

railway station and telegraph Golden, dis 

100 miles. Mail once a month in winter 

I and twice a month in summer. Steam- 

i j boat landing Sam's Landing, Lake Winder- 

j,, mere, dis 3 miles. The Hot Springs are 

1 seren in number, and are the property of 

Messrs. Galbraith of Fort Steele, B.C. They 

are celebrated for their curative properties, 

and will eventually be a favorite resort for 

invalids and others. 

Postmaster, George Geary 

Bird Andrew, farmer 

Brewer Hope, hotel 

Brewer Mrp., hotel 

Brewer Samuel, hotclkeopcr 

Browrigg John, farmer 

Cameron Jan., ranchman and freighter 

Geary Ceo., postnr.astcr, rancher, 

and general store 
Galbraith Hazel, The Cottage 
Galbraith Mth., The Cottage 
Galbraith E. L. T., " The Eanch " 
Hdk-die Alfred, ranchman 
Hardie Wm., ranchman 
Kail Alfred, hunter and prospector 
Legacy Joseph, farmer 
McVittie A. \V., P. L. surveyor and 

mining engineer 
McVittie Thos. T., P. L. surveyor and 

mining engineer 
Young Joseph, ranchman 

FORT SIMPSON, 

A trading post and post office, 650 miles 
north of Victoria. 

Postmaster, P. H. Hall 
Green rev. A. E., Methodist missionary 

Hall R. H., postmaster 

Todd Chas., Indian agent 

FIELD, 

A station on the main line of the C P.R., 
972 miles west of Winnipeg. Post, tele- 
graph and express ofiBces. The U.P.R. 
have a large hotel here. 



Brasier Paul, hotelkeeper 
Bouchard Gideon G., miner 
Carlin, Lake & Co., general store 
Howard John, laborer 
McRae Duncan, woodchopper 
Needham Sam., hotelkeeper 
O'Neill William H., miner 
Tretheway Thomas, miner 
West Gorman, cook 
Wheatland J., general store 

FERNIE COMBE (now Aga&- 
siz). 

FORT RUPERT, 

A trading post at the nor'h end of the 
Island of Vancouver, 20 miles north of 
Alert Bay. Poet office Aler . Bay. 

Blenkinsop Geo. 
Hunt Eli, fisherman 
Hunt George, fisherman 
Hunt lioberi, general store 
Hunt AVilliam, fisherman 

FORT STEELE, 

A post office at the Columbia Lakes, Eoote^ 
nay district. Mail via Golden monthly. 
Postmaster, Chas. Clark 

Alymer Fred., J. P. 

Clark Charles, postmaster 

and general store 
Cowan George, hotelkeeper 
Dennis O. G., government oflSoer 
Galbraith Eobert L. T., general mer- 
chant 
Perry Creek Mining Co. 
MoLson Charles, miner 

FULFORD HARBOUR, see 
Salt Spring Island P. 0. 

A settlement on Salt Spring Island, Cow 
chan district. 

Akerman Joseph, general store 
Foster Havond, farmer 
Hamea Wm., farmer 
McLennan Alex., farmer 



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moral store 

jhoppei* 
:ceper 
liner 
liner 

I store 

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e nor< h end of the 
, 20 miles north of 
Aler.Bay. 



an 

store 

nan 



imbia Lakes, Eoottv 
Golden monthly, 
lark 



postmaster 

eeper 

lent oflSoer 

r., general mer- 



IBOUR, see 
nd P. 0. 

tpring Island, Cow 
sral store 



er 



Shopard Horace J„ farmer 
Spikerman Henry, farmer 
Trage Theodore, farmer 
Whims Wm. F., farmer 

GABRIOLA ISLAND, 

Located in the Gulf of Georgia, near 
Nanaimo. Has a post office and telegraph. 
^ Valder Island, dia 4 miles. Nearest rail- 
i way station Nanaimo, dis 10 miles ; has a 
I public school. Mails twice a week, Tues- 
day and Sunday. 

Postmaster, Alex. Shaw, jun. 

8haw Alex., Jun., postmaster 

Wake B. H., operator 

GANGES HARBOUR, see Salt 
Spring Island P. 0. 

A settlement in Salt Spring Island, Cowi- 
chaa district 

Anderson Alfred Collorifl, farmer 

Anderson William, farmer 

Hollens Wm. A. farmer 

Mouat Thos. Wm., farmer 

Robinson Henry, farmer 

Shore Henry, farmer 

Stevenb Henry, farmer 

GLACIER HOUSE, 

station on the main line of the C.P.R., 424 
miles east of Vancouyer. The C.P.R.have 
a handsome hotel here where passengers 
going East and West take dinner, and are 
building a second one ; has telegraph and 
express otficcs. Mails daily. 

Perley H. A., manager O.F.R. hotel 
Robb W. A., C.P.R. agent 

GOLDEN, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
377 miles ep:i of Vancouver and 17 miles 
east of Donald, Kootenay district ; has tele- 
graph and express office. Mails daily. 
Has a public school. During the season ot 
navigation, steamers run up the Columbia 
river, a distance of 100 miles. 
Postmaster, J. C. Hayes 



Armstrong Capt. F. H. 

Cameron A., agent 

Connor John W., trader 

Cummings Arthur P., CE, 

Diirick & Warren, gen atore and post 

office 
Durick James, of Durick & Warren 
Green John G., hotel 

Hayes J. C, postmaster and 
comm. merchant 

Kinnamy D., hotel 
Lang M. B., gen store 
McDonald Hugh 
Pinckard Samuel, blacksmith 
Stark George, hotel 
Wells Fred. 

GOLDSTREAM, 

A station on the E. & \. Ry., 10 miles from 
Victoria. Mails daily. 
Postmaster, James Phair 

Astle Thomas, farmer 

. isse August, farmer 

Cu son Henry, laborer 

Donovan John, farmer 

Engelhardt Paul, farmer and cooper 

Lee Bi'os., saw mill 

Lutes Alfred, teamster 

Lutes Hugh, laborer 

Neuner George, farmer 

Perry Chas. Ed., CE. 

Phair James, postmaster and 

prop Goldstream House 

GRAND PRAIRIE, 

A country post office in the Yale Din'rict, 
Mail weekly, via Duck and Pringle, distant 
18 miles. Pop. 54- Has a saw mill with 
5,000 ft. per day capacity, with crushing 
mill combined. Has a public school. 
Postmaster, G. J. Homfray 

Angus Donald 
Armstrong H. 
Barber John 
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Binck Marion Jaraea 
Blois J. 
BloiH M. 
Capscy Thomas 
domes H. 
Clomof* James 
CemcK .r. 

Clcmitson Tlobort M 
Convert Wm, IF. 
Creclman Misf, teacher 
Currie Henry 
For<.'nHon Alex. 
Hardy Thomas 

Homfray Ceo. Jeston, post- 
master and farmer 

Homfray Walter V., farmer 

Hunter Sinchiir 

Johnston VVm. 

Jones Frank ('harles 

Jones Walter Joseph 

Jones William Hcni-y 

Kirkpatrick A. J., farmer 

Tjcvesque Joseph 

Mcintosh Daniel 

Mcintosh James 

Hunger F, 

Hunger L. 

Parsons Herbert E<1. 

Pearse Herbert Lloyd 

Pcarse John (.'. 

Penr^o S. 

Percival Frs., farmer 

Pring!e ,Iohn 

Boss Valentino 

8mith W. H. 

Watts Jl. 

Watts William Joi)n 

Willard C. 

Woods Jiichard i'Mwii d 

GRANITE CREEK, 

A country post office in the .Vicola Valley, 
Yule District. Nearest niilway station 
ami telegraph Hope, dis 80 miles. Mail 
weekly. Jlining is the principal industry. 
Postmaster, W. T. Thompson 
Allison J. F., gen store and rancher 



Blnckson Samuul, gen stors 

Bryant L., blacksmith 

Cook & Co., gen store 

Jansen William 

Johnston Arthur George, gen store 

McDongali W. C. 

McKinnon John, blacksmith 

Paul George H., blaitksmiih 

Picard Frank F., shoemaker 

Thompson W. T., postmaster 

and gen store 

Tunstall G. C, gold comm and stipen- 
diary magistrate 

GRIFFIN LAKE, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R, 
365 miles east of Vancouver; has tolc 
graph ofUce. Mails daily. Express and 
steamboat landing, Revelstoke ; dis ' 
miles. 

Dcmpaey D., section foreman C.P.ii. 
Langley L. H., agent C.P.R. 
McKay & Co., saw mill 

GROHMAN, 

A post office in the Kootenay District. 
Postmaster, W. B. Grohman 

Brownrigg Charles J., hotelkeeper 
F'^llioit George, M.D. 

Crohman W. B., postmaster 

HALL'S PRAIRIE, 

A country post office in Surry municipaliir. 
New Westminster di:trict. Mail weekly 
from New Westminster. 
Postmaster, David W. Brown 

Alt Fred., farmer 
Biirnford Albert, farmer 
Brown Archibald M., farmer 

Brown David W., postmaster 

Brown Wm., farmer 
C ilder Peter, farmer 



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)n Htors 

'0 

orge, gen store 

icksmith 

'kHmiiii 

)eraaker 

'■» postmaster 

comm and atipen- 



lin line of tie C.PR, 

''ancouver; has tp!e 

daily. Express and 

Revelstoke ; dis ' 

foreman C.P.L 

, C.P.R 

ill 



lotenaj District. 
Grohman 

hotelkeeper 

postmaster 

E. 

Surry municipaliiT, 
rict. Mai] weekly 

V. Brown 

ir 

urn or 

postmaster 



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11 AT 



Jezcinor Jc^oph, farmer 
HcKee Alfre«l, farmer 
MoKiHka John, farmer 
Morrill Riley, farmer 
Eeisterer Robt., farmer 
Selmayr Carl, farmer 
fltender C. H., farmer 
Tan Luven Schuyler, farmer 
."Wallworth Chan., farmer 
irallworth Thomas, farmer 
Wallworth Jason Lewin, farmer 

HARRISON HOT SPRINGS, 

This favorite resort is located on Harrison 
l<ake, in the mountains of the coast rangei 
5 miles north of Agassiz station C.P.Fl. 
Amot g the many sunimer reaorts and 
sanitariums of the Pacific coast, none 
possess greater attractions or offer better 
opportunities for the recuperation of 
health than Harrison Hot Springs. The 
Tirtue of these waters has long been known 
but accommouation was primitive until 
some three years ago. Tlie Brown Bn.ithers 
erected a first class hotel on the margin or 
the Lake, a beautiful body of water about 
forty-five miles long, and averaging ten in 
width. The land at the south end of the 
Lake, and just east of the hotel, facing the 
anow-capped Mount Douglas, has been 
laid out in Lots, most of them have been 
sold to residents of the cities on ihe coasti 
who are building summer residences on 
^ them. Good fishing can be had in the 
# Lake, which is a favorite spawning 
ground for salmon ; trout abound in the 
numerous clear mountain streams. The 
hunter will tind excellent sport, as the 
mountains abound with deer, mountain 
sheep, goats, rabbit?, grouse, etc. The 
scenery is beautiful, Ihe mountain air fresli 
and invigorating, and everything neces- 
sary to render a visit one of great enjoy- 
ment. 

Brown Bros., props St. Alice 

I Hotel 

iBrown Frank A., clerk St. Alice hotel 



Brown Fred. A., of Brown Bro". 
Brown John R., of Brown Brop. 
Cameron Neil, stage driver 
Galbraith Dan., stage driver 
Phipp Wm. Scott, clerk 
Robertson Dan., stage driver 
RobertHon Duncan, stage driver 
Scripture T. N., mj^r paint mine and 

ranch, Silver Creek 
St. Alice Hotel, Brown Brofl., props 
Te.'^key Chan., carpenter 

HARRISON RFVER, 

A station on the main line of the G.P.R., 
C2 miles from Vancouver, New VVeatniins- 
ter district. 

Postmaster John B;irker 

Barker John, postmaster 

Dohbrey Wm. 

Ilurri^on Saw Mill Co., Joseph Martin 

& Si>n 
Martin Fred. Jos., of J. Martin & Son 
Martin Joseph, of J. Martin & Son 
McCall James 

Maver S., watchman C.P.R. 
Parent Felix 
Pursill (t., general store 
Young C. A. 

HAT CREEK(SeeCncheCreek), 

A mining town, on the Yale Cariboo 
WHgon road, 15 miles northwest from A-^h- 
crot't. A good quality of coal is mined here. 

Cargill Wm. 

HATZIC PRAIRIE, 

A settleuieut in the New Westminster 
district. 

Boucliier Moise, farmer 
Gtirneau Kusebo, funuor 
FiajjiUe Amttble, farmer 
Loiicville Napoleon, farmer 
Martin Theophile, farmer 
McEwan Wm., farmer 
Thompson Livingston, farmer • 



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HOPE (See iilso Hope Station)^ 

A town on the south side of ;Lc Fraser 
River, about 90 miles from its rcouth, and 
head of navigation, in the Yahi F )otenay 
District, it is reached by steamers from New 
Westminster. Nearest railway station and 
telegraph Hope station, on the west bank 
of the river, d'la 1 mile. It has one taw 
mill ; an Kpiscopal and Roman Catboiic 
church, and public school. Mails daiiy. 

Postmaster, James Wardle 

Alvarez Manuel, laborer 

Anderson John, farmer 

Anderson Peter, farmer 

Bears John H., farmer 

Bristol Wm., farmer, Bristol Islan d 

Bulger Thomas, farmer, Huntersvillo 

Cawley ^., millhand, Popcum 

Clark Wm. farrier 

Chouinard Joseph, telegraph operator, 

and agent C.P.R. 
Coppen II., assi postmaster and clerk 
Corrigan James, hotelkeeper 
Flood W. L., carpenter and contractor 
Fraser Jus. A., agent Hudson Bay Co. 
Galloway Charles, hotelkeeper 
Goldsborough George 
Hudson's Bay Co., gen store 
Heirling Chas., farmer, Heirling Island 
Hunter Henry, storekeeper, Huniers- 

ville 
Jones Owen, farmer, Ohamon 
Landwight Mrs., widow 
Marshall George, carpenter & rancher 
Mnrphy Chas., The Luke Coqiiechalla 
Murph}' M. J., fai-nier, Heirling Island 
Pethew rev. Father 
Eediy John, farmer 
Ryder Roland, blackf-inith 
Shuttleworth Cha^. E., assistant guide 
Shuttleworth II., H. 1). hunters' guide 
Small rev, R., Episcopiil 
Starret W. A., farmer 

Wardle James, J. P., postmas- 
ter, general store & forwar- 
der 



Wilson Miss J., teacher 
Yates AVm., rancher 
Ah Yuen, merchant 
Cliiiig Keo, merchant 

HOPE STATION (See Hope), 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R.,9 
miles east of Vancouver; nas . telegrapi 
office. Mails daily. 

Chouinard J., agent C. P. R. 
Iledon P., watchman C. P. U. 

HOWE SOUND, 

Alcock Thos. H. 

Anderson James 

Canersa John 

Howe Sound Shingle Mill Co. 

Johnstone W. E., of II.S.S M. Co. 

ILLECILLEWAET, 

A mining town on the main line of tli> 
CP.R., 407 miles from Vancouver; .u- 
post, telegraph and express offices. Ma,!: 
daily. Several rich claims are being devc 
loped here. 
Postmaster, W.T. Atherton 

Anderson Ewan, hotel 

Atherton W. T., postmaster 

Bain «fe Boyd, miners 

Buchanan George O.. saw mill 

Calloway George A. L., engineer 

Corbin D. W.,of Corbin & Kennedy 

Corbin & Kennedy, miners 

Dunn <& Leamy, general store 

Ferland S., general store 

Fox L., Haw mill 

Green Bros., general store 

Gicci\ Robert F. 

Green Samuel IF. 

Illocillewaot Mining Co., Fred. Fook* 

manager 
Kennedy J. P., of Corbin & Kennedy 
Leamy Daniel A., general Htore 
Maple Leaf Hotel, Thos. Richardson, 

prop 
McArthur A. C, agent C. P. R. and 

Dominion Express 



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louver; nas . telegrapi 

C. p. R. 
n C. P. R. 



Mill Co. 
II.S.S M. Co. 

ET, 

the main line of tli! 
"om Vancouver; .is; 
xpress offices. Ma.li 
laims are being dere 

Uherton 
si 

postmaster 

Haw mill 
I., engineer 
)in & Kennedy 
liners 

ill store 
ore 

itoi-e 



Jo., Fred. PooI<^. 

bin & Konned}' 

oral Htore 

lOH. Richardson, 

It C. P. R. and 



f pin tyre Hugh, boote and shoes 
bLeod Kenneth, miner 
JMcKinnon I'eter, butcher 
Hcliae & Richardson, hotel 
McDonald Wm., hotel 
WlIIo-t W., & Co., boarding house 
Norris John, bartender Queen's hotel 
Kchardson John 
Ricbardson Thomas, hotelkceper 
Selkirk Mining & Smelting Co., E, G, 

Tilton, mgr 
Snider W., prop Queen's hotel 
Teetzel ANorris, druggists 
Tilton Wm., miner 
Wood C. D., miner 

INVERNESS, 

A fishing station on the northern coast. 
'Mails monthly from Victoria, dis 500 miles. 
Reached by steamer from Victoriu. About 
260 Indians here. 

Brown James, engineer 

Hawkins Thomas, general store 

InverncbS cannery, Turner, Beeton & 
Co., agents, Victoria 

Poole Sam,, carpenter 

Robinsop Theo. H., hjokkeeper Inver- 
iiess cannery 

Steepledon B., managei Inverness can- 
nery 

Steepledon John, ciiginecr 

Stewart David, fisherman 

Sullivan Pat,, captain 

Wal.sh Mich,, tisherman 

Washburn Lew, fibherman 

JOHNSTON'S LANDING, 

A jiost settlement in the New Westminster 
district. 

Postmaster Robert C. Garner 

ett Richard, fnrmer 

nzy Joseph Normage, farmer 

earner Robert C, postmaster 

dardner Cha",, farmer 
^gersMonsen, farmer 
Lacroix Joseph, farmer 



Lux Geo., farmer 
Moore John Thos., farmer 
Smith Samuel, cflrpenter 
Wade F, E,, general store 

KAMLOOPS, 

A town on the main line of the C.P.R., 
250 miles east of Vancouver, at the 
junction of the North and South 
Thompson rivers, has post, express, telr- 
graph and telephone offices, Bank of B.C., 
one weekly newspiper, Episcopal, Metho- 
dist, Presbyterian and R.C. churches, 
public schools; court house and jail; 
steam, saw and grist mills. A good system 
of water works supplies the town for tirK> 
and domestic purposes. Pop. 900 whitf, 
400 Chinese, 200 Indians. Steamers nm 
to Enderby and Savona. 
Postmaster, E. H. Jones 

Archibald C. H., plasterer 

Armstrong Thos. H., of Matheson & 
Armstrong 

Austin E., engineer C.P.R. 

Bacon Chas., painter and paper hanger 

Bank of British Columbia, J. 
C.Ooclcerill, manager. See ado 

page 280 "* 

Bannermao John, fuel agent C.P.R. 
Baynton James, h{iri)er shop 
Bedard rev. Father Juiian A., 

O.M.I , pastor R. C. Church, of tho 
Sacred Heart, 2nd asst St Louis 
Mis*jion 

Belanger M., prop Senate Oyster Sa- 
loon 

Bennett John S., accountant, collector 
and conveyancer 

Bentley Wells, I'tutionery, fancy 
goods, etc. 

Blackwood J^no., comp Inland ScntincL 

Blair J.. C.P.R. yardmaster 

Blair R.D., bookkper Hull Bros. & Co. 

Brown John L., dry goods, groceries, 
etc. 

Burnyeat Arch. G., clerk govt office.s 

Burnj'eat John P..C. E. & surveyor 

Cameron M. A. Miss, tailoresa tor I** 
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Campbell Angus, teamster govt service 
Campbell D. H., carpenter 
Campbell John, auctioneer 
'Campbell K. G., Dominion hotel 

Canada Life Assurance Co., 

McArthur, Stevenson & Mclvor, 
agents 

Canada Pacific Ry Teiegraph, 
Jean E Saucier, agent 

Canadisn Pacific Raiiway 
F. W. McKechnie, agent 

Cannell C, stock raiser 

Carswell Edwin, baker at J. S. Smith 

Chovonic Del phi ne Miss, head milliner 
McArthui-, Stevenson & Melvor 

Chi«holm rev. John, pastor Presbyte- 
rian Church 

Cliuroh of England 

Churcli of the Sacred Heart 
rev. Father Julian A. Bedard, 0. M. 
I., pastor 

City of London Fire Ins. Co., E. H. 
Jones, agent 

Clarke & Co., druggists 

Clarke Sibree, M.D. 

Clary S., fireman C.P.R. 

Cochrane W. M,, barrister, notary 
public 

Collins David, harness maker E. C. 
Davidson 

Collins John, butcher for Jas. Wood- 
land 

Colonial Hotel, Alex. McLean, prop 

Cooke A. K., tailor for F. S. Konier 

Cooney Chas. T., ranchman 

Conway F. ,].. baggage mawtcr 

Cosmopolitan Hotei, Joseph 

Kiilcbford. prop 
Coistioy Thos., planer Shusvvap Mill- 
ing Co. 
Couisicr Ilcnry X., clerk J. L. Brown 
Davis ILirry Herbert, paiiitc • 
Davis Henry, sen., painter 
Jiavison E. C, hainossmakor 
Derby Andrew, gen blacksmith 
i)ocicerillJ. C., manager Bank of 
British Columbia 



Dominion Hotel, Matheson & Arc * 

strong, props ^ 

Douglas Oaasie Mi.ss, milliner McA: ■* 

thur, Stevenson & Mclvor 
Douglas J. S., clerk F. J. Robison :{ 
Downey H., printer Sentinel ^ 

Driscoll A. surveyor ■ 

Driscoll Edward, harness maker E,( 

Davidson -. 

Duhamel Cora Miss i 

Duhamel Henry, restaurant 
Duhamel Horace, butcher Jas. Woo 

house 
Duprat G., prop Kamloops Soda Wau . 

Works 
Dutton Arthur, millhand Shuswa . 

Milling Co. 
Equitable Life Assurance Co, 

Jean E. Saucier, agent 
Federal I^ife Assurance Co., E. H 

Jones, agent 
Fletcher A , Colonial Hotel ]| 
Fletcher E., carpenter 
Foster J., engine turner 
Frankland John G., clerk H. B. Co. 
Fulton Fredk. J., solicitor 

England and notary public, man; 

ger for B. M. N. Woods & Loan agei, 
Furrer Edward, M.D. 
CagiiettO M. & Co., bakery ar. 

general store 
Gilleum Vic, saloon, J. O'Brien, mgf 
Gillespie Isaac, painter 
Gladius Theodore Gvveer 
Goddard Andrew M., engineer C.P.I! 
Goodfcllow J., chief train dcspatchor 
Gordon Marshal P., furniture and ui. 

dertaking 

Crahame James O^den, 

mgr Hudson Bay Co. 

Grand Pacific Hotel 

Grinrod E. H., insp telegraph repiiir- 

HAGAN M., sup Indian Industrie 
School 

Hall Arthur, booranan Shuswap Mill- 
ing Co. 

Hearn Henry, brakcraan C.P.R 

Hoarn R., despateher 



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istaurant 
)utcher Jas. Woo 

tnloops Soda Wau 

iiillhand Shuswa 

Assurance Co, 

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ranee Co., E. K 

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clerk H. B. Co. 

J., solicitor > 
U'y public, man: 
oods & Loan ugei 

?0.| bakery an. 

J. O'Brien, mgr 
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engineer C.P.I! 
rain dc.spatchor 
urniture and in. 



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ndian Industria. 

n Shuawap Mill- 

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Hepburn Jennie Miss, school teacher 

Herchmer John, brakeman 

Horan H. P., harness maker E. C. 

Davidson 
Hornby Thos., express and teaming 
Hosker D. M.. locomotive foreman 
Hudson's Bay Co., J. Ogden 

Grahame, manager 
Hull Bros. & Co., butchers 
Hull John, of Hull Bros. & Co. 
Hnll Wm. R., of Hull Bros. & Co., res 

Calgary 
Hussey Frederick, J. P., Gov- 
ernment agent 
Hutcbeson L. M. Miss, tailoress for P. 

S. Renier 
Hutcbeson P. E. Miss, tailoress for P. 

S. Renier 
Hjiatt M., foreman bridge gang C.P.R. 
Indian Industrial School, M. Hagan, 

superintendent 

Inland Sentinel, Hugh McCut- 
oheon, pub. 

Irvine Lydia J. Miss, dressmaker Mc- 
Arthur, Stevenson & Mclvor 

Jackson J., boilermaker C.P.R. 

Jamieson Joseph, teamster 

Jones E. H., postm Hter 

Jordan Fred. W., clerk j . A. Mara 

Kamloops House, Mathcson & Ann- 
strong, props 

Kamloops Pharmacy, Wm. E. 
McCartney 

Kamloops Soda Water Works, G. 
ipuprat, prop 

Etmloops Wagon & Gen. Blacksmith 
ffiiop, Geo. P. Raven, prop 

Kamloops Water Co., Jus. Mcintosh, 
X P., mgr 

Kearns Miss, mngr C.P.R. dining hall 

Kelly M., roadmuster C.P.R. 

King Annie J. Miss, dressmaker fur 
JlcArthur, Stevenson & Mclvor 

Lidner rev. Chas., pastor Metho- 
dist church 

Ij#Qe J., yardmasier C.P.R. 

Lfttider Joseph Dixon,8tock raiser 

Jiiwreuco J. S., despatcher 



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Lejeune rev. Father J. M., O.xM.I., l.st 
a.sst St Lotiis Mission 

Lepine Frangois, ■watchmaker J. E,. 
Saucier 

London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co. J. 
A. Mara, agent. 

Loney Geo., ferryman 

McArthur Alex. S., clerk for Mc- 
Anhur, Stevenson & Mclvor 

McArthur James, of McArthur, Ste- 
venson & Mclvor 

McArthur Jessie E. Miss, dressmaker 
McArthur, Stevenson & Mclvor 

McArthur, Stevenson & 

Mclvor, dry good.*, grociTic^?, 
millinery, etc. 

McCartney Wm. E., chemist and 
druggist, Kamloops pharmacy 

McCrimmon Duncan, blacksmith Geo. 
P. Raven 

McCutcheon Hugh, publisher of 
the Inland Sentinel 

McDonald Geo., blacksmith for An- 
drew Derby 

McDonald J. A., cler' asst supt 

McGillivery D. C. 

McGuire Chas. A., clerk J. A Mara 

Mcintosh James, J. P., manager 
Shuswap Milling Co. and IvaniloonK 
AVater Works Co. 

Mclvor Murdoch J., of McArthur, Ste- 
venson & Mclvor 

McKechnie F. W., agent C.P.R. 

McKune Robert, engineer C.P.Ji. 

McLaren J.C., convict gunrd prov jail 

McLean A., boots and shoes 

McLean Alex., prop Colonial hotel 

McLean Duncan C, clerk 

McLeod Ilattie Miss, dressmaker Mc- 
Arthur, Stevenson & Mclvor 

McLeod Hugh D. 

McMorris Daniel C, editor In- 
land Sentinel 

McPhee John, prop Oriental hotel 

McQuarrie Donald, boots and shoes 

Mainland Pioneer society, Jas. Mcin- 
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Manenteau \ugU8t, capt. str Kamloops 
Maple Grove Nursery, McArthur, Sle- 
vonson & Mclvor, agents 

Mara J. A., M.P.igeneral mer- 
chant 

March Frank, brakeraan C.P.R. 
Mai'tino G. 

Matheson Alex., of Matheson & Arms- 
trong I 
Matheson & Armstrong, props Domi- 
nion hotel 
Matheson Donald J., tailor 
Matheson Malcolm, merchant tailor 
Matthews Thomas, wheelwright Geo. 

P. Raven 
Megaw W. R.. gonoral store 
Methodist Church, rov Chas. Ladncr, 

pastor 
Mitchell J. R., mgrE. G. Prior & Co. 
Mitchell R. C. tailor for P. 8 Renier 
Moore J., U.M.I. Lay Broiher 
Moore Sam., stock raiser 
Morris Alfred, painter 
MunroeGeo.. asst roadm aster C.P.R. 
.MylesJ. C. machinist CP.H. 
Nelles C. N.. bartender I)i»in. hotel 
Nelson Fred., livery, feed and sale 

stables 
Nel.-<on Mrs. S. M., widow 
Newberry John, butcher for Hull Bros. 

& Co. 
Newberry Frank, butcher for Hull 

Bro."^. & Co. 
Noble Andrew, rancher 
O'Brien John, mgr tJilleum saloon 
Olson Anthony, watchman Shiiswap 

Milling Co. 
Oriental Hotel, JohnMcPhee, prop 
Pear.se 1'^, T. W., collector and cons- 
table 

Post Office, E. H. Jones, posr- 
master 

Potter Mrs., wid, matron Royal Inland 

hospital 
Potter N. E., student 
Pottinger D. R., clerk R. E. Smith 
Power Jus., tailor for P. S. Renier 



Presbyterian church, rev. John Chi.< 

holm, pastor 
Prior F. G., & Co., hdw. and agr. impi 
Provincial Cove.nment Om 

ces, Frederick Hussey, r>^ent 
Quinn Lawrence, boots and shoos 
Raab A. E., bartender Grand Pacifi 

hotel 
Rankin George, blacksmith for Ales 

McDonald 

Ratchford Joseph, prop Cosm 

politan hotel 

Raven George P., propKamloop 

Waggon and Gen. Blacksmith shoji 
Renier P. 8., merchant tailor 
Rhoault Louis, bartender Co8mopi> 

litan hotel 
Rice John, engineer Shuswap Mill. Cj 
Ridley H. C. ins. agent 
Road ley Thomas, saddler 
Rob.son F. H., groceries and provision. 
Roman (Jatholic Church, rev. Fathc 

Lojccque, P.P. 
Ross Henry, tinner for Jas. Vair 
Ro,s.s\V Iv. brakeinan C.P.M. 
Royal Inland Hospital, Di-. E. Furrci 

house ^urg«'on 
Royal Int*. Co. J. A. Mara, agent 
Rudd 11 v., clerk Bunk of B. C. 
Rushton Francis, gunsmith 

Saucier Jean E., Agent C. P, 
R. telegraph, jeweller, and 
manager Telephone Co. 

Savii-.. .iohn, <'abineimaker for VV. f, 

( lonlnli 

Scala Phillip, of Gaglietto .t Co. 
Schomaker A., br-ilrniun C.P.R. 
School llou.se, K. S. Wood, principal 
Sentinel, ))ulilishe(l weekly, II. 

McCutchoon, prop 
Shuswao Millin Co., Jumei 

Mcintosh, J. P. manager 
Sidgmore J. V., timekeeper C.P.R. 
Silvor.stone Norbcit, restaurant 
Simmons \V. A., carpenter shop 
Sinclair Geo., fiuits and confectionor) 



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(iw. and agr. impi 

e.nment Off)' 
Fluasey, ?jont 
ots and shoos 
ier Grand Pacifi 

cksmith for Ales 

phy prop Com' 

*'f propKamloop 
Blacksmith yhoji 
irchant tailor 
•tender Costnopo 

Shiwwap Mill. Co 

;ent 

idler 

rioH and provision' 

Lirch, rov. Fathe: 

or Jas. Vair 

nC.P.M. 

Lai, Dr. E. Kurrci 

Mara, agent 
nk of H. 0. 
iirtmitb 

, Agent C. P, 
jeweller, and 
hone Co. 

maker for W. l\ 

M'lto .V: Co. 

lun C.P.Il. 
A'oad, princi[);u 
eii weekly, JI. 

CO.y JaiUOi 

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oeper C.P.K. 
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Sinclair James A., jailor 

Smith James, butcher Hull Bros. & Co. 

Smith J. F., boots and shoes 

Smith J. S., baker 

Smith E. E., gen store and merchant 

tailor 
Spinks Wm. Ward, of Corbould,McColl, 
& Spinks, county court judge, and 
stipendiary magistrate 
Stevens Saul, storeraan J. A. Mara 
Stevenson Lottie N. Miss, dressmaker 

for McArlhur, Stevenson & Mclvor 
Stevenson Chas., ofMcArthur, Steven- 

Bon & Mclvor 
Stewart M. F., checker C.P.R. 
Stewart M. P., freight checker C.P.R. 
St Andrew's Society, Jas. Mcintosh, 

pres. 
St Ann'b OonventjSister Mary Joachim, 

BOperioross 
StLauront J., car insp C.P.R. 
St Louis Church (Indian), rev. Father 

J. M. J. Lejacq, O.M.I., pastor 
St Louis Mission, rev. Father J. M. 

J. Lejacq, O.M.I. 
Sorel T.i O.M.I. Lay Brothers 
Sweeney Thomas, fireman C.P.R. 
Tatnier Lodge I.O.O.F. No. 9, B. T. W. 

Pearse \V. G. 
Telephone office, Jean E. Saucier, mgr 
Temperance House, John Fox, prop 
Thoxton William, sawj'er Shuswap 

Milling Co. 
Tanstall James, bookkeeper J. A. Afara 
Tanstall S. J., M.D., C.P.R. physician jCopeland John, mc hant 



White Charles, cutter at E, E.Smith 
White G. A., acct Shuswap Milling Co. 

WhittakerWm. H., barristei 
Wood E. S., principal school 

Wood W. F., manager for J. A. 
Mara 

Wood E. M. H,f barrister, soli- 
citor, etc., Fred. J. FuJton, mgr. 

Woodland James, butcher 

Woodland John, butcher 

CHINESE 

Bow On Jong 

Chong Lee & Co., grocers and dry goods 

Hop Lee, merchant 

Jang Gun Tong, doctor 

Kwong Ching, laundry 

Kwong Joy & Co., merchante 

Kwong Lung, merchant 

Kwong On Wo & Co., merchants 

Kwong Tai, employment ofl&ce 

Sam Kee, laundry 

Voo Lee, laundry 

Yec Chong, merchant 

Wing Fong, laundry 

Wah Kee, merchant 

KEEPERS, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
11 miles east of North Bead and 143 miles 
east of Vancouver ; has telegraph office. 



clerk I LB. Co. 
hardware, stoves, 



tin- 



TiRrnor John A 

Yiir James, 

%are, etc. 
Wlllkemllon Justice George Anthony. 

judge ClinloM judicial disl, county of 

Yale 
Walsh John, engine turner 

Ish rev Father J. M., O.M.I., 3rd 

iflsst Si Louis Mission 

laterous (rus,, night yardman C.P.R. 

laterous W. A., switcher C.P. li. 

latson Chas. II., photographer 

fham G, II., barber shop 



Donnelly C, agent C.P.R. 

Jamieson J., stock raiser 
Lamie — , stock rai.sor 
L i b by G . A . , go n . s tore 

KEITIILEY CREEK, 

A coiiutry post office in the Cariboo dis- 
trict. Nearest railway station Ashcroft, 
dis 270 miles. Reached by saddle horse 
from l.OO Mile House. Telegraph Barkerville, 
30 miles. Mails fortnightly. Mining la the 
chief industry. 

Postmaster, G. A. Voith 



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Veith & Borland, ijen store 

Veith C. A., postmaster 

KENSINGTON PRAIRIE, 

A seltleraent in the New Westminster dis- 
trict. 

Calicrliev Wm., farmer 

Fallowficld TlioH. Atk'nson. farmer 

Fallowfield Eobt. Atkinson, farmer 

Kerry -lohn. farmer 

Jjoj'c Wm. Crespim, shoemaker 

Marshall Daniel, farmer 

McKay Kenneth, farmer 

McPhee Jame>, farmer 

T{u.<!scll Goo. Clias.. fui-mer 

Walker Samuel, farmer 

KEREMOS. 

A country post office in the iSimiiliaraeen 
Valley, which is about 80 miles long and 
varies in width from one to three milns 
Kooteuay Disirict. Nearest railway station 
Hope, dis 1 10 miles, [t is 00 miles to 
Okanagan Mission, and 2.") miles to Oso- 
yoos Lake. Slock r.iising and agriculture 
flre carried on. Mails weekly. 
Po.slmaHtor. Tiiomus I>aly 

ArraHtroiiiif Kobert C, laborer 

Bothwell Alex., laborer 

Cohen Wm. 

Coulthai'd John Oswald, rancher 

Daly Thomas, general store, 

postmaster and rancher 

Ellis Thoma.s, rancher and general 

store 
Gartrell Walter, laborer 
Hoening I>avid L., blacksmith 
Manery Wm., laliorer 
Manson Kobert, laborer 
McCurdy Daniel, stock raiser 
McCJiirdy Geo., laborer 
Neil John, laborer 
Periso Juan, laborer 
Pike George, laborer 
price B., gen store 



Verdin Peter 

Versars Louis 

Weith Jordan W^endell, tol operatov 

KETTLE RIVER, 

A settlement in the Yale district. 

Almond Sidney J?., .'Stockman 
Dailey Richard, f.irmer 
Ehault Louis, far.ner 
Gilpin W., stockraiser 
Jonos James S., stock raiser 
Jones Wm. S., etock raiser 
McCanley Jd-eph, tarmer 
McConnell James, farmer 
Meehan John, farmer 
Nelson George, farmer 
Nicholson Henry, farmer 
Eendell C. M., farmer 
Spraggett Ernest, slock raiser 
Thorlin John, farmer 
Vaughn Leonard, farmer 

KOKSILAH, 

A station on the E. k N. Railway in thi 
Cowichan District, 38 miles from Victoria 
has post and telegraph offices. Mails dailv. 
Pop. 100. 

Postmaster, J. C. Crosier 

Crosier J. C, gen store and 

postmaster 

Good II. L., agent C. P. K. telegraph 
and K. & N. Ry. 

KOOTENAY, 

A post office on Wild Horse Creek. .Mail; 
semi-monthly via Golden, dis 175 miles. 

Postmaster, David GriflSths 

Baker Col. James, M. P. P., Cranbrook 
Dakers George, general store 
Galbraith T. J., & Bro., general store 
Galbraith II. L. T., general store 
miner and rancher. Fort Steele, 

Griffiths David, postmaster A 

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offices. Mails daily, 

rosier 

an store and 

P. R. telegraph 



Horse Creek. MaiL- 
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riffitbs 

P. P., C ran brook 
il store 

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general store 

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Humphreys J. K., general store, Cherry 

Kootenay Valley Co. (Ltd) 
McFarlane Wm. G., V. surgeon 
Morden rev. George H , Methodist 
Phillips Michael, Indian agent 
Eykert J. C, landing waiter H. M. C. 

Barnard, Kootenay Lake 
Sinclair & Co., contractors 

LAC LA HACHE, 

A country post office on the Cariboo Road. 
Cattle ranching is the principal industry in 
this section. Nearest railway stution Ash- 
croft, dis 100 miles. Telegraph otHce 
Bridge Creek, dis 8 miles. Pop. CO. 

Postmaster, O. A. McKinlay 

Allan Wra., hotel and store 

McKinay O. A., J. P., post- 
master 

Walker Wm., gen. store 

LANDER'S LANDING, 

An important town on the Fraser River, 5 
miles from its mouth. It is the business 
centre of the Delta municipality, which 
contains 50,000 acres of the finest agri- 
cultural lands in the province. It has te- 
legraph and money order post office. Mails 
daily, via C. P. N. Co. Steamers from Vic- 
toria and New Westminster. Nearest 
railway fetation New Westminster, distance 
13 miles. It has 9 salmon canneries, 1 saw 
mill, an Episcopal church and 4 public 
school';. The export of grain last year 
(Fall, 1889) is estimated; at 1500 tons, 
potatoes 500 tons, hay 1000 tons, and large 
quantities of currants, cherries, blackber- 
ries, apples, and pears. Pop. of municipality 
1,500. 
Postmaster, Thos. McNecly 

Adams George, blacksmith and farmer 

Alexander R., farmer 

Arthur Daniel, farmer 

Barber Alfred B., farmer 

Barber Charles E. 

Beath Josiah, merchant 



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Blanchard Augustus, farmer 

Booth William 

British America Packing Co., 

packers, Canoe Pass 
British Columbia Canning Co. 

Johnston, mgr, Victoria 
Brown Christopher, stork rai.ser 
Burr John J. 
Burse Basil, farmer 
Cain midge E., farmer 
Calvert rev James, Methodist 
Charletoii Ed. F. , 
Coulter Albert Henry 
Delta Canning Co., salmon canncrs 
Delta hotel, Thos. McNeely, pioj) 
Dominion Express Co., and Cana- 
dian Pacific Navigation Co., Thos. 

McNeely, agent 
Elliott J. B., contractor 
p]!liott S., blacksmith 
Ercole W., Canoe Puss 
Fraser River Fishej-y Co., M. T. JoJin- 

son, mgr, Victoria 
Gilchrist Alex., teacher 
Glan.son Edward 
Gough James 

Gray Robt., farmer, Scott's ro;ul 
Green C. F., fishery warden 
Green Geo., netman Wdlingtoa 

Cannery 
Guichon Laurent, mcrchnnt 
Harlock & Co., sjilmon canncra 
Haiickti., general store 
Ilinclilitt' .Stephen, bookkeeper 
Kicks Jlenry A.,l'armei- and cai-penter 
Hodge Harry, blacksmith and lurraer 
Hoier Peter 

Hutcherson Ernest, gardener 
Hulclierson Harry 
Hutcheson E., nursery man Jfainland 

nur.'^ery 
Kerr T. W., saw mill 
Kirkland Edmund Lamport 
Kirkland John, reeve and farmer 
Kitson Robert Fdward 
|Ladner Thomas F., salmon packer 
Uadner Wm. H., M, P. P.* 



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Larseter Geo., jr. 

L'HenaflF Lewis, fiBherraan 

LiddleWm. fl. 

Lord C, cannery foreman 

Lord F. L., cannery foreman 

Matheson Edward, farmer 

Matheson Robert, carpenter 

McAllister Duncan 

McBride Joseph 

McKee W., notary public 

McKee & Sons, butchers 
McLean Alexander, carpenter 
McLearn Jacob, carpenter 
McMillan Hugh, farmer 

McNeely Thomas, gen store 

postmaster and hotelUeeper 

Moran James 

Nordin Bard 

Eeinhardt G. W., physician 

Rich Harry, auctioneer 

Rich Henry Nelson, clerk 

Robertson D. M., farmer 

ThirkleT., livery stable 

Tingley James Anderson 

Tingley John Fraser 

Wade Sam., painter 

Waddell J., shoemaker 

Wadhams E. A., salmon canner 

Watson Robinson 

Wellington Packing Co., salmon 

canners. Canoe Pass 
Wood rev James A. 
Woodward Wm., farmer 
Woodward John 
Woodward W., boat builder 
Young Ben., canner, Canoe Pass 
Kwong Yuoii Tai & Co., merchants 

LAKE, 

A seitlemeat in the Esquimalt District. 

Adalgee M., farmer. Elk Lake 

Anderson Ceo. Wm., M. P.P. 

farmer 
Atkins Robert, farmer 
Beck Thomas, laborer 



Belyar Amos S., stonemason 

Black John, farmer 

Bull Jofiiah, farmer, Beaver Lako 

Burry David, laborer 

Burskey Geo., farmer 

Camp John, hotel keeper 

Carey Joseph Wm., farmer 

Carmichael James Rutherford, farmer 

Critchley James, farmer 

Davidson David, laborer 

Dempsey Francis, laborer 

Douglas Thomas, laborer 

Dunaven Thomas, farmer 

Durance John, farmer 

Dwyer John, farmer 

Eads John, laborer 

Fernie Peter C, lime burner 

FoUey William, laborer 

Foot William, farmer 

Franklin Goo. Wm., farmer 

Gray John Kimpson, mason 

Guyotte Joseph, farmer 

Heal John, farmer 

Johnson Adam, farmer 

Johnson William, farmer 

Jones Samuel, farmer 

Lesh Chas. Came, farmer 

Lindsay George, jun., farmer 

McHugh Henry, J. P., farmer 

McHugh Wm., gentleman 

McKenzie Alex., laborer 

MoKenzie Alex., farmer 

Mc-Kenzie Hugh, farmer 

McKenzie Kenneth 

McWilliams Thoma.«(, cook 

Porter Richard Thomas 

Porter Robert, farmer 

Pritcbard Edward, farmer 

Piisoy James, farmer 

Pusey Leonard 

Richie John, farmer 

Rickets Samuel, farmer 

Sills Wm., laborer 

Snider Wm. Honrj', farmer 

Stevens John, hotel 

Sulcomb James, laborer 

Temple Wm., laborer 

Tonot Philip, farmer 



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'Tway John, farraor 
Tway Theophilus, farmer 
\Webber John, laborer 
'Wiffins Chas. Sidney, farmer 
Wiffins Sidney, farmer 
"Wilkinson Edward, farmer 
'.Wilkinson Eichard, farmer 
'Wilson James, farmer 
Young John L., farmer 

liANCHOIL, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
398 miles cast of Vaacourer. Has a tele- 
graph office. 

aLANGLEY See also Alder 
Grove and Langley Prairie, 

A settlement oa the south bank of the 
Fra- River, 15 miles from Xew West- 
minb:-r, and 3 miles from Port Haney 
station on the C.P.R., from which place 
the mitil is received daily, except Sundays 
and Mondays. Port Hammond, dis 6 miles 
is nearest telegraph and express office. 
The populations of Langley municipality 
■ f New Westminster district, comprising 
Langley, Langley Prairie, and Alder Grore. 
are about 2,500. Principal industry is farm 
ing, stock raising, fine orchards. We have 
2 saw mills and one flour and grist mill, 3 
blacksmith shops, C general stores, 3 hotels 
and one butcher shop. There is daily steam- 
boat connection with >few Westminster. 
Postmiit^ler, J. M. Drunimond 

-^Uard Ja.son, farmer 

trmstrong Charles, wood contmctor 
rmstrong W. D., fruit grower 
Armstrong William, wood contractor 
Bellargo Peter, farmer 
Black Tiiomas. farmer 
Blackett St. Ciiiir.ofBlackett & White 

llackett & While, geiil. store 

llair Thomas, farmer 

irazil Brusseaii, laborer 

lurtholme (reoige, farmer 

lyrara A. II., farmer 

Jameron Neil, farmer 



Campbell Alien, farmer 
Campbell Archie, farmer 
Carmen Sim., farmer 
Carter George C, farmer 
Coglan Henry, farmer 
Coglan Nathaniel, tiarmer 
Collins Henry 
Cromarthy James, farmer 
Davey W. G., farmer 
Davis Henry, farmer 

Drummond J.M., postmaster, 

and agent Hudson Bay Company 

BIkins James, laborer 

Emptage Wm., jun., farmer 

Emptage Wm.,8en., farmer 

Francis Walter, clerk Blackett k White 

Eraser Andrew, ftirmer 

Foreman William, farmer 

Goddard Goo., blacksmith and farmer 

Goddard Richard, farmer 

Graham T. W., farmer 

Graw Ernest, farmer 

Gray James, farmer 

Haldi Jacob, farmer 

Haley William, hotelkeeper 

Harris Henry, farmer 

Harris James, farmer 

Harris Samuel, farmer 

Hattie Daniel, farmer 

Holding Alexander, farmer 

Holding Henry, farmer 

Holding Richard Henry, farmer 

Hossack James, prop Langley Flour 

& Grist Mills 
Houston James, farmer 
llud.son Bay Co., J. M. Druranuond, 

in charge 
James James, farmer 
Jamieson J., farmer 
Johnstone James M., farmer 
Jollv John, farmer 
Kiiinovan John, farmer 
Knox John, farmer 
Larmon Nathaniel, farmer 
Latimore John, farmer 
Lowes John, meat market 
McDermit Neil, farmer 
McDonald John, farmer 



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M<'E\v:m Walter, farmer 

MclOwan Win. I)., liinner 

MoKny Daniol^ fnnner 

McKay Gilbert, f'armor 

McKco Jainos, fanner 

McKee Kobert, reeve, and beo raiser 

McTvor Kennel li, fanner 

Mclvc-r Murdoch, farmer 

McLennan John, farmer 

McLennan John P'rei., farmer 

McLennan M. D., farmer 

Mackie James. J. P. 

Matheson Franl:, farmer 

MatheHon John, farmer 

Mavis Alexander, farmer 

Mavis Frank, macliiniHt 

Maxwell John, J. P. 

Medd William, farmer 

Misner rev. Wm. D., Methodist 

Morrison Adam, farmer 

Morrison Alex., farmer 

Morrison Hector, farmer 

Morrison Joseph, farmer 

Morrison Kenneth, farmer 

Morrison William, farmer 

Mutfard Joseph, fiarmer 

JIufftnvl Thomas, farmer 

Mufllard WiMiam, school teacher 

Korrid Hobert, farmer 

Norris Kobert, jun., farmer 

Oakes Eobort 

Patterson Joseph, farmer 

Plaxton li. J., school teacher 

Pratt John, farmer 

Rawlison Geo., clerk municipal council 

Rawlison William Henry, farmer 

Eich Jo.'':eph, farmer 

Bichardson Alexander, farmer 

Richardi^on William, farmer 

Eowan Kobert, farmer 

Sincocks Thomas, farmer 

Skea James, farmer 

Skca John, farmer 

Smith John, farmer 

Snow Frank, farmer 

Spence Peter, farmer 

Stewart Donald, farmer 



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Stoddard Thomas, farmer 

Taylor James, farmer 

Taylor John, assistant mail carrier 

Taylor James, blacksmith 

Titenus Samuel, farmer 

Titmus Herbert, farmer 

Tuwie Eliza, hotel anc^ gen store 

Towle George, saloop 

Towle Reed, farmer 

Towle Stanley, farmer 

Towle Wilson, farmer 

Tyro John, farmer 

Underwood George, farmer 

Vivian Henry, farmer 

West Henry, saw mill 

White Fred. G., of Blackctt & White 

Wilkie Henry, gentleman 

Wilkie Otway, mail contractor 

Wilkie Octavius, civil engineer 

Wilkie Walter, clerk H. B. Co. 

Williams Alexander, farmer 

Worley William, farmer 

Worrel Frank, farmer 

YeomansJohn, farmer 

Yorkson Ebenezor, farmer 

LANGLEY PRAIRIE, 

A country post office on the jYale road, 15 
miles from New Westminster, in Langley 
municipality, New Westminster district. 
Mail twice a week ; railway station and 
telegraph, Port Haney, dis 9 miles. Steam- 
boat landing, Langley. 

Postmaster, John Boyes 

A-nderson Jacob, farmer 
Boyes Francis Dickson, farmer 

Boyes John, postmaster 

Boville Arthur, saw mill and grair 

crushing mill 
Brown Robt., farmer 
Cottoll Wm. Trewyn, farmer 
Fabian Bruno, architect 
Jolly J., J. P. and stock rancher 
Mcintosh John, farmer 
McKay Cornelius, farmer * 

Mi.sncr rev. — , Methodist minister 
Monahan Robt., farmer 
Munn Malcolm, farmer 



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[Murray Wm., blacksmith 

M utrie — , real estate agent 

Nelson Daniel Horatio, farmer 

Nelson J. K., carpenter 

Kiddie & Davidson, gen merchant 

Kobinson Chas. J., farmer 

Smith John, farmer 

Taitrev. — , Presbyterian minister 

Towle David, farmer 

Turnbull Thos., carpenter 

'Underwood Geo. Ewart, farmer 

LANDSDOWNE, 

A town at the northern end of Okanagan 
Lake, between Vernon and Enderbj. 

Armstrong H. J., hardware, &c. 
'Cargill E. C, &Co., general store 

Frane Richard, harnessmaker 

Schneider N., hotelkeeper 

LILLOOET, 

On the south side of the Eraser River. 
It has a post office. Nearest railway 
station Aahcroft, dis 77 miles ; telegrapl^ 
at Clinton, dis 45 miles. 
Postmaster, C. A. Phair 1 

Allan Edward, M. P.P., hotelkeeper 
Cunningham Wm., trader 
Dickie James, farmer j 

Ferguson Adam B., hotelkeeper i 

JIarris Thoma.s, trader 
Keary Harry J., clerk 
Xyman .Tames, hotelkeeper 
McDonald A., tnider 

^hairC. A., gen store and 

'% postmaster 

j* hair Caspar, Govt] assessor and re- 
corder 

LOWER NICOLA, 

II A country post office on the Nicola and 
M Kamloops road in the Yale district. Nearest 
railway station and telegraph office 
Spence's Bridge, dis 35 miles. Mail tri- 
weekly. Pop. 50. It is reached by mail 
stage weekly. 

Postmaster, R. M. Woodward 



Armstrong G. B., general store 

Carrlngton A. R., bookkeeper 

R. M. Woodward 

Forsyth D., farmer 
Forsyth & Stuart, farmers 
Homos W., miller 
Irwin A., carpenter 
MoKittrick P., farmer 
McQueen Jessie Miss, school teacher 
Parsons A., hotel, -2 Mile house 
Parsons F. H., fai-mcr 
Smith Donald W.,22 Mile house 
Woodward Frank, farmer 
Woodward Henry, farmer 
Woodward H. H., farmer 
Woodward Hiram, farmer and carpen- 
ter 

Woodward R. M., gen store 

and postmaster 

Woodward Tho.s., & Sons, grist and savr 

mills 
Woodward Thomas, of T. Woodward 

& Sons 
Woodward W. E., farmer 

LULU ISLAND, 

A country post office at the mouth of the 
Fraser River, north side, in Richmond muni- 
cipality, New Westminster district. Mails 
daily, via Victoria and New Westminster 
steamers. N'-arest telegraph office Ladner's 
Landing, dis 4^ miles. New Westminster, 
dis 15 miles. Has one church and a public 
school. Its principal industries are farm- 
ing and fishing. 
Postmaster, W. 11. London 

Ijlair James, farmer 
Blair John, farmer 
Clarke Michael 

Englisii & Co., fish packers and can- 
nery 
English M. M. 
Ferling J. C, gen store 
Gerard Elzear 
Johnson John 



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Knapp T. K., Hchool teacher 
Lindnay Thos. Dulzell 
London Bros., gon store and temper- 
ance hotel 
London Chas. E., of London Bros. 

London Wm. H., postmaster, i 

of London Bron. 
Lord W. R., cannery foreman for 

Todd & Son 
Martin S. B., of English k Co. 
Martinson Beryt 
McMyn Jamea 
MoMyn John 
MoMyn Wm. R. 
McMyn Wm., nr. 
Paine T., farmer 
Pearpon Solomon Mnnn 
Reid David, farmer 
Sharpe E. A. 
Steves Manoah, rancher 
Steves W. Herbeil, farmer 
Thirkell Tom. 
Tiffin H. M. 

Todd J. H., & Son, salmon canners 
Vermilyea John C. 
Whiteside J., farmer 
Woodward Dan., butcher 

LYTTON, 

An important town on tbe main line of the 
(J.P.R., 159 miles east of Vmicouver, at 
the junction of the Fraser and Thompson. 
Rivers, 57 miles above Yale, Yale district 
Hae post office and telegraph. Mails dailj 
Express Dominion B. C. Has Episcopal 
and Roman Catholic churches, and a 
public school. 
Postmaster, Louis Cuvreau 

Baillie G. F., prop Baillie House 
Bell James Smith, clerk 
Blachford Henry, blacksmith 
Brand James, tinsmith 
Buie Arthur B., mgr J. 31clntyre 

Cuvreau Louis, postmaster 
and gen store I 

Podd Wm., govt, agent j 



Doyle John, laborer 

Earl George, gardener 

Earl Thonias (J. 

FloresH Joseph, laborer 

Gillivray Daniel J., carpenter 

Hautier Alphonse F., prop Globe hotel 

Hong Wo, merchant 

Jackson Hiram, laborer 

Kilbroy Patrick, rancher and butchei 

Kong On, merchant 

Landsbnrg David, foreman 

Loring Deloss Lorenzo 

McOue B., watchman C.P.R. 

Mclntyre John, gen store 

McKay John 

McKittrick Arthur, teamster 

McNeil Archibald, carpenter 

Phibbs John, driver 

Pearson James, gen store 

Quinn Peter, carpenter 

Rebagliatta B., gen store 

Richley Geo. 

JtogersWm., carpenter 

Scott Robert J., teacher 

Sealy Wm., blacksmith 

Seward Thomas, J. P. 

Small Richard, clerk 

Smith C, watchman C.P.R. 

Stevenson Arthur, J. P., Govt, roadsupt 

Trickey John, af^enl C.P.R. 

Trodden Rich., Govt road foreman 

Walsh Wm., gen store and baker 

Walsh Wm., trader 

McPHERSON'S STATION, 

On llnj E. & N. Railway, 35 miles from 
Tictoi ia, located on the Koksalah River in 
the heart of a fine farming and lumbering 
district in the electoral district of Cowi- 
chan. Its sandstone quarries are considered 
the best on tbe Pacific coast. Has Epis- 
copal church and public school Mails 
daily. Telegraph office at Kok&alab, dis 3 
miles. Steamboat landing Cowieban, dis 
2 miles. Its principal industries are lum- 
bering, farming, fishing, and stone quarry- 
ing. It has an Episcopal church, aiid 
public scboola. 
Postmaster, Geo. A. Jones 



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Jones Ceo. A., general store, 

hotelkeepor and postmaHter 
Jonen Wm., aHHt postmaster 
Levingo John, teacher 
Lewis George, contractor 
Hay Arthur, boarding lionse 
Mcl'herson D., .sec. foreman 
Ordnano Bapt., hotel 
Ordnano Austin A., gen store 

MAPLE BAY See also Dun- 
can's Station, 

A c >untry postotiice in the district of Cow- 
ieban ; it has an excellent harbor, on the 
east coast of Vancouver Island. Mails 
three times a weelc. Nearest railway sta- 
tion and telegraph Duncan's Station, dis 6 
mile.<4. Its industries are farming and 
lumbering. It has Episcopal and Metho- 
dist chiuches and public schools. 
Postmaster, Wm. Beaumont 

Beaur>ont W., gen store, 

ho! el a'"l postmaster 
Webber David C, farmer 

MAPLE RIDGE, 

A muuicipality on the banks of the Fraser 
River in New Westminster District. It has 
an area of 50,000 acres and a frontage of 
IS miles on the Fiaser River. The soil in 
the vicinity of Port Haney is a heavy clay, 
suiiable for brick making. In the vicinity 
of Port Hammond it is exceptionally rich, 
and is adapted to market gardening, as the 

: soil is very prolific. On the LiUooet^River, 
two miles in rear of Port Haney, are 

'« extensive tracts of timber lands. At 
the extreme western boundary of the 
municipality are the Pitt Meadows, richer 
land than which cannot be found. At pre- 
sent they are subject to overflows at high 
water, but are being reclaimed and will 
soon be ready for settlers. The C.P.R. 

,5 rung through it and has the following sta- 

I tions : Haney, Wharnock and Hammond. 

I Daily communication by steamer with 

tf New Westminster and up-river points. 

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Andonoi. Albert Grey 
Anderson Andrew 
Anderson Thomas George 
Ansell Wm. .Henry 
Apnaut Geo. i'. 
-Baker August Francis 
Boll John Edward 
Beat Arthur 
Best James 
Blackstock Robert 
Blackstone George 
Blake Kobort 
Blaney John 
Bowser Francis 
Braden Robt. Alexander 
Bryant C. rev, Methodist 
Callaghan Daniel 
Oallaghun John 
Chadwick Fouls 
Chalmers James 
Cook Ed. A. 
Cook James Gilbert 
Daback Elsin 
Darcy Edward F. 
Davidson John 
Davis Wm. James 
Dawson Henry 
Docksteader Adam George 
Docksteader Daniel 
Edge Samuel 
Ferguson Angus 
Ferguson Hector 
Fern ham Wynn 
Fitzpatrick John 
Hammond John 
]Iampton W^illiam 
Haney Thomas 
Hinch David 
Hinch John 
Howeson Wra. Justus 
Howett George 
Iraine Adam 
Isaac William 
James Thomas 
King John R 
Knight Ebenezer 
Kyle Andrew 
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Laity Thomas 

Martin Onfifen 

McAdam William 

McCam bridge John 

McCann Kobert J. J. 

McTver John 

McPhorson Daniel 

Murry P., teacher 

Myghton Joseph 

Noely Robert 

Kelson William 

Nice George 

KcidFraiu'is 

Richmond William 

Ritchie A. W. 

Ritchie J. R. 

Ritchie John 

Ritchie William 

Robertson Alexander 

Robertson Andrew 

Robertson Charles 

E)boi >on Donald 

Rober'aon James 

Robertson iiobert 

Ivobcrtson Samuel 

Ross Albert, lumberman 

Shouldice .lohn A., lumberman 

JShouldice Robt., lumberman 

Smeadly William 

Smith Gideon 

Stephens Joseph 

Stevenson Alexander 

Sy sou James 

Thomas J(»hn 

Towers Francis 

Tiembath John 

Wales William 

White .lames 

W.iitc John Wilson 

Wilson .lames John 

MATSQUI See Mission Station 

A ooimty post office on the nortli bank of 
the Ki'iisor River, (lis 2ri miles from New 
Westminster, and 45 miles east of Vancoii 
ver on the C.P.R. Hallway station anil 
telegraph office are called Missionttelegraph 
office M.itsqui, G miles south of poat office 
PuHtmaster, James Tietheway 



Bates Henry Pennington, farmer 

Barnes John 

Brett Robt. Henry, farmer 

Burton Ralph, farmer 

Chester Thos. , 

DesBrisay M., gen store 

Edwards Henry 

Edwards Patrick, 

Grey Alex., farmer 

Hawkins Alban, farmer 

Hudson Lawrence, farmer 

Lecraux Gabriel, gen store 

Lehman Sam., farmer 

Little & Morriscy, "en store 

Mackinlay Win. Scott, farmer 

Maciure John, C.P.R. telegraph age;i 

Maclure Samuel, farmer 

Macrae Duncan, farmer 

AlcCailum Alex., farmer 

McGillivray John B., farmer 

McKjiy Geo., farmer 

McKe3 James, farme'* 

Nicholson Malcolm, farmer 

Prophet Daniel B., farmer 

Purver Richard Alex , farmer 

Purver Richard Ei, farmer 

Ross Hugh, farmer 

Sword John, farmer, Buchanai 

TrethewayJames, postmaster 

Trethewjiy M. A. Mrs., gen store 
Turner Geo., survey -;r 
Wren John R , farmer 

METCHOSIN, 

A country post office, situated 15 mi' ■ 
southwest of Victoria, in the Bsquimi 
District. F.irming is the principt 
indu t.y. 

Postmistress, Mrs. Rachel Gleed 

' Fulton Alex., farmer 
.Johnson Lewis, farmer 
McDermid Malcolm, farmer 
Hoy Samuel, farmer 
Slodhard Thomas Glod, farmer 
WiUker Jahies, farmer 
V. ity William, farmer 



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METLAKAHTLA, 

On the Taimpsheaw peninsula, about raid- 
way between Port Essington and Port 
iiSimpson, in the Cassiar District. It is 
reached by steanners which anchor in the 
Bay facing the T^illage while delivering 
freight and mails. Mails are received foit- 
nigbtly in summer for 8 months, and 
monthly in winter for 4 months. It is 
.".bout 650 miles north of Victori" An 
Anglican church is supported by the C.M.S. 
CM. school for Indian boys and girls, 
and Industrial school maintained by the 
Dominion Government. Pop 30 whites and 
140 Indians. 

Postmaster, John Cuuniiigham 

Jkrdagh Vernon, L. R C. P. and S., 
Edinburgh and L. M., Ed., member 
British Aied. A^^80ciation, Med. Mis- 
sionary, Church Misssionary Stteiety 

Anderson Miss E., matron industrial 
School 

B.C. Canning Co., M.T. Johnson, mgr, 
Victoria 

Cunninfiham John, gen Store 

and postmaster 

Tlewin John, constable and recorder 

•Onrd rev. R. W. 

Kelly Maurice, cooper 

Morrison Clias. F., cleric B.C. Canning 

; Co. (Ld.) 

Aidley Eij-ht rev., Bishop of Caledo- 
nia 

.iili;"und James, trader 

Kudhmd William, carpenter and boat 
builder 

Scot L J. E.. principal Indian Industrial 
school 

Spence .Foim, mechanical engineer 

!K)d'i Chas., Indian and Government 
agent 

Washburn Lora, logger 

Washburn N. B., logizer 

"Vfootten S. Y., stipendiary magistrate 



MILLSTREAM, 

A post office in Victoria District. 

Dixon Joseph Marion, farmer 
Lindsay George, farmer 
Mesher Geo., contractor 
Pike Chaa., farmer 

MISSION See Matsqui P.O., 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
45 miles east of Vancouver, and on the 
Fraser River, 35 miles above New West- 
minster ; has telegraph office. Mails daily. 
Post office called Matsqui. 

Abercombie Hugh, farmer 
A.ntiiony Geo. Harvie, farmer 
Bi.wyer Francis, farmer 
Catherwood John A., teacher 
Gibbard Geo., fiarmer 
Livingston John C, farmer 
McLean John, farmer 
Murcheson Jas. W,, farmer 
O'tfeil .Tohn, farmer 
Passingham Francis, fanner 

Shook M. F., agent C. P. E. 

Solloway Thos., farmer 
Trommer Louis, fanner 
Trouiuier Eichard, former 
Wells Joshua Willard, farmer 

MOIKliLEY, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
10 mile.s east of Donald in the Kootenay 
district. 

Barker William, trader 

MOODYVILLE, 

On the north shore of Bumirii liilet, nearly 
.)ppo3ite Vancouver. The population con- 
sists principally of ih<< employees of the 
.Mooil> ville Saw Mill Co. Has a post office. 
Mails twice a day from Vancouver, dis A 
m les, has telephone (.iirinectiou with Van- 
couver ; 1 Episcopal church ana 1 Itidiao 
mission, and public school. 

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leclor 
Flood E. N., clerk 
King A.N.C.K., accountant 
Lunn E., tallyman 

Miller Fred. J., clerk M. S. M. 

Go's store 

Moodyvllle Sawmill Company 

(Ltd). Benj. Springer' manager 

McGrath W. F., tallyman 
Bamsdale H. J., foreman 
Randall S. J., engineer and machinist 
Scott A. W., clerk 

Sprineer Benjamin, manager 

H. S. M. Co., and postmaster 

MOUNT LEHMAN. 

A couutry post office on the Fraser Rive 
30 miles above New Westminster. Mails 3 
times a week. Nearest railway station and 
telegraph Mission, distance 6 miles. Its 
industries are tarming, stock raising and 
Iruist. Has Episcopal, Methodist, Tresby- 
terian and Catholic churches, and public 
school. 
Postmaster, E. J. Thomson 

Anderson Peter, farmer 

Eenson J. B., farmer 

Berry John 

Boyle Geo. 

Brewster Jas. 

Bru.skey Geo. 

Burnett. ^T ^tiry j^hn Augustus 

Cabana Oiias., fi^hermiln 

('oghl&ii Robert, farmer 

Corby Henry, farmer 

Cornelius Henry, laborer 

Cosens Geo. T. S. 

Craig Neil, dentist 

Di.xney Edmund, contractor 

Disney II., carpenter 

Ferguson Munro 

Gillis Alex. 

Gratf Mo&es, fishci man 



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Hannah John 

Hawkins A If,, dairyman 

Ibbotson Jake, laborer 

Ibbotson Jno., sr., farmer 

Ibbotson Jno., jr., farmer 

Jones Jno. M. 

King Ed. W., constable 

Leciair Fred. 

Leo George A. 

Lee James Homun, farmer 

Lehman Carson 

Lehman Jacob, farmer 

Lehman Jesse, laborer 

Lehman Thos. H., mail contractor 

Long Jno. 

Lo'vlan Wm. 

MucConnell Alex. 

McCallum Alex., contractor 

McCormick Wm. P., farmer 

Mc Derm id D. 

McDougald Donald B. 

McGregor James R. 

McKa}- George, farmer 

McRae Geo. 

McTavish Jno., farmer 

Marsh Wm. John 

Morryfield Jas. 

Morrison Jno. 

Morrison Malcolm D. 

Nicholson Chas. Malcolm, rancher 

Nicholson Daniel, shoemaker 

Nicholson Malcolm, farmer 

O'Leary Dauiel, farmer 

Owen James 

Patterson Jos., farmer 

Peacock Wm. 

I\ 1 ly Wm. 

Phillips H. 

Pogue Levi 

Pope John 

Ross Hugh, contractor 

Russell Thos, 

Snell Thos. 

St Oiige Jos. 

Stevens Isaiah 

Stewart Jno. 

Sulloy Goo. Archibald 

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O^ajlor iJurton 

Thomson E. J., gen Store and 
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Thomson Wra., carpenter 

KUey F. B., farmer 

Tredo Joseph 

Weecott Sinclair Jones, plasterer 

White Ed., farmer 

Towart Joseph 

MUD BAY, 

A country post office in Surry municipality, 
New Westminster district. Nearest rail- 
way station New Westminster, dis 10 
miles, wbicb is also the telegraph and ex- 
press office. 
Postmaster, Wm. Woodward 

Anderson Alexander N., farmer 

Boothroyd Geo., farmer 

Brewer Wm. Johr, farmer 

Brewster Chas. 

Chantrell Jlenry Dennis 

Chantrell John Barston 

Clay Samuel, gen store 

Daroe Gordon Palmer 

Graff Moses 

Hatt James, trader 

Johnson Daniel, dairyman 

Johnson Lsjiuc S. 

Johnson James 

Johnson Philip 

Johnson Wm. 

Kyle Geo, Biuco 

MoDougali Wm. Campbell 

McBae Farquhar 

Ogden Wm. Jlenry 

Oliver Thoe. 

Pike Caleb 

Pike Wm. 

Borieon Baril D, 

Stein John Wm. 

Stewart Donald 

Stewart Findlay 

Stewart John T. 

Tamer John J. 



Wade John 
Weaner John 
Woodward John 

Woodward Wm., postmaster 

NANAIMO, 

An incorporated city on the B. k N. Ry., 
70 miles from Victoria ; its principal indus- 
try is coal mining. The new VancouTci 
Coal Mining and Land Co. (Ld.) employ 
over 1000 men ; it has Episcopal, Methodist, 
Presbyterian, Bapt;>t and Roman Catho- 
lic churches, Public schools. Fire Depart- 
ment, Court House, Jail, Govt. Buildings, 
Post Office and Custom House, Bank of 
British Columbia, money order Post 
Office, Telegraph office and Telephone 
exchange. There is a large and excellent 
harbor, and immense quantities of coal are 
carried from here to all coast points aud 
many foreign ports. The Nanaimo " Free 
Press " (evening) is published daily. Popu- 
lation of city about 5,000, and including 
neighboring towns 7,000. 
Postmaster, Wm. Earl 

Aaronson B., manager for T. Argyle, 
res Prideaux 

Abrams James, president B. C. Tan- 
ning Co. 

Adam Thomas, fruit, confectionery, 
etc., Nicola 

Adams David H., of Adams & Lawrence 

Adams & Lawrence, props 
Eureka soda water works, 

imported ales, etc.. Commercial ana 
Wharf Tel 24 

Ailderton John, & Son, bakers. Com- 
mercial 

Adderton John, of Addorton & Son, res 
Commercial 

Adderton Thomas, of J. Adderton k. 
Son, res Commercial 

Aitken Fred., weighman 

Aitken James, firoman 

Aitken James, jun., runner 

Aitken John, miner 

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Aitken Robert, nee. N. E. P. 
Society, res Halibui'ton 

Aitken Tom, miner 

Atkins T. E., of G. A. McBain & Co. 

Allison Joseph, shoemaker, Nicol 

Allsop H., miner 

Anderson A., miner 

Anderson Anthony, teamster 

Anderson Wm, T., carpenter 

Andrews Sam., miner 

Archer S., carpenter, bds Occidental 
Hotel 

Ai-^'yle Albert A., fruits and tobacco, 
Victoria Crescent, bds Provincial 
Hotel 

Argyle Thomae, clothing and furnish- 
ings. Commercial, res Metchosin 

Arrowline Peter, miner 

Askell Wm., runner 

Atkinson J., miner 

Atlantic Steamship Lines, W. B. Den- 
nison, agent, res Albert 

Atwood R. J. W., druggist. Commer- 
cial, res Albert 



Baker Andrew, carpenter, bds Palac, 

Hotel 
Baker B. 
Baker G. 

Baker Jas., miner 
Baker T., miner 
Balmoral Hotel, J. Hough prop, Ik 

burton 

Bank of British ICoSumbia, 
Front 8t, Geo. Cruickshank! 
agent. TellO 

Barnwin Robt., miner 
Barratt Wm., miner 

Bate M., J. P., mayor of Na 

naimo, assessor and coUoctf 

Nanaimo District, res cor Franldi; 

and Wallace. Tel 6 
Bate Mark, jun., cashier New V.Oi 

Co., res Esplanade 
Bates Richard, miner 
Battson Wm., tinner for J. H. Pleace 
Bay View House, Wrn. Jenkins, piv; 

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Bell Geo., miner 

Bell J. A. Ward, bookkeeper Nanaimo 

saw mills, res Prideaux 
BellJ. W., tiler Nanaimo saw mills 
Bell John, miner 
Bell Ralph, miner 
Bell Thos., miner 
Belloni J)., miner 
Belsey— , miner 
Bennett James, miner 
Bennett Thos., miner 
Bennett Wm. 
Bentley Wm., clerk R. J. W. Atwood, 

res Albert 
Berry Percy, upholsterer Jos. Hoskin, 

bds Provincial hotel 
Bertram John, planerman Nanaimo 

saw mills 
Best T., jun., miner 
Best T., miner 
Beveridge Wm,, of Davies^& Beveridge, 

ns Hali burton 
Beveridge Wm., convict guard, cor 

Prideaux and Franklin 

Bevilockway George, gen 

Biore, Victoria Crescent, res same 

BioWe John, salesman N. E. P. Society, 
r©B Winifred Crescent 

Biermann Gustave, miner, res Hal bur- 
ton 

Biggs Henry, miner 

Biggs Wm., miner 

Bignay James, miner 

Black Diamond Lodge No. 5, I.O.O.O. 
P., Commercial 

Blakcway Geo. Henry, of G. H. Blake- 
tfay & Co., res Commercial 

Blakeway Ceo, Henry, & Co., 

druggists. Tel 21 

Bone Michael, miner 

Bone Nick, miner 

Bone S., miner 

Botie Thos., butcher at E. Quennell 

Bone Thomas, miner 

Botte Wm., miner 

■**^ita C, miner 



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Booth Louisa Miss, Lailoress Caldwoll 

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Booth Richard, miner 
J^owden James, miner 
Bowden Jos., miner 

Box The, T, L. Brown & Co., 

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Boyle W^ni , miner 
Bradbury Mark, miner 
Bradley James, miner 
Bradley Richard, miner 
Bradshaw John, miner 
Bramiey PI, miner 
Bramley John, miner 
Brammcll L., miner 
Bray E., miner 

Bray Marshal, Covernment 

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Brian N., lather, bds Provincial hotel 
Brightmiin Samuel, prop Queeii'ij 

market nr Longbridgo 
Brighton Gef), minor 

Britanniahotel,Marwick&Hof- 

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British Columbia Tanning Co., James 
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Brodie P. G., baker for W. E. "Webb, 

TC8 Victoria Croecont 
Brough Geo., miner 
Brovvitt — , miner 
Brown Ed., miner 
Brown Francis, miner 
Brown James M., raor tailor, Front 
Brown Joseph M., watchmaker, 7ront, 

res same 
Brown Misa Isabella, teacher girls' 

school 
Brown Stephen, fish market, Victoria 

Crescent 
Brown Thomas, miner 

Browne T. L., A Co., props 
The Box, gents' furnishings, 

clothing, etc. 

Browne Thos. L., of T. L. Browne 

& Co. 
Bruce J., n.iner 
Bruce M., miner 
Brunt Jaraoa, miner 
Bryant Miss M., teacher girls' school 
Brvant W. R., clerk N. V. C. Co., res 

Wallace 
Bryden James, bartender Opera House 
Buckle Thos. Israel, tailor at E. Hird, 

res Skinner 
Bullman Thos., foreman Nanaimo 

Gas Co. 
Bulton William, miner, bds Temper- 

ar c House 
Burbjiil:j;e A. E.,' clerk at J. J. Sehl, 

res Fruser 
Buvko VVm. M., dork Old Flag Inn 
Burgees Benjamin, clerk A. K. John- 
ston c\: Co.,bdsOociilciitJil hotel 
Burgcs.>i T. C, bds Occidental hotel 
Burrow — , miner 
Burt (lOO. A., miner 
Butcher Jos., miner 
< ■alderheud T., minei- 



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Caldwell Robt., miner 
Callaghan J. A., agent 

telegraph, res Richard. 
Calverly H. D., miner 
Calverly John, miner 
Calverly Wm., miner 
Cameron P., miner 
Cameron Wm., bartender 

hotel 

Campbell Geo., miner 
Campbell Hugh, miner 
Campbell Neil, minor 
Campbell Walter, of Foreman & Cam; 

bell, Victoria Crescent, res same' 

Canadian Pacific Navigatior 
Co., A. R. Johnston & Co,, 
agents. Tel office l6,Whar 

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Canadian Pacific Railway's 
telegraph, J.: A. Callaghan 
agent. Tel 9 

Carey Pat., niiuer 

Carrick Robt., miner 

Cussidy P.. miner 

Case E. W., upholsterer J. Ililbert 

Cavalsky Ceo. Edward, fruits 
confectionery, etc, Victoria 

Crescent, res satno 
Cawthorn J. L., prop. Lansdowii 

brcwci-y, Comox road. Tel 48 
Cawlhorne Geo., miner 



Caldwell 
Lewis 



James A., of Caldwell & 



Caldwell & Lewis, merchant 

tailors, Commercial 



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Hallick c\: Hall, props. Tel 45 
Challomer Wm., miner 
Chalmer David L., farmer 
Chapman (li-orgo, shoemaker Wulle: 

Campbell, bds (^ueen Chop house 
Charles Edward, stableman Shatnroii 

stable.-, res Albert 
Checloy Patrick, baker Chas. Karst 
Cheney Wm., auctioneer, Bastion 
Churchill Geo., miner 
Churchill Mark, miner 
Citizens Insurance Co. of Canada, 1, 

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City Hali, 3am. Cough, city 
cleric, assessor & collector, 
'Jastion cor Skinner. Tel 22 

City IMarlcet, W. D. Deeble, 

prop., Commercial 

•City of London Fire & Marine Ins. Co., 

C. C. McKenzie, agent 
Glark E. C, C. E., and Hurvoyor 
Cliff Charles, tinner J, H. Pleucp 
Coburn Wm. H., groceries, dry goods, 

Ac, Victoria Crescent, res same 
Cockayne — , miner 
Cohen A., miner 
Cohen E., minor 
Cohen & Graham, barbers and props 

Metropolitan baths, Commercial 
Cohen JanicH, of Cohen & Graham, res 

Commercial 
Collier George, minei- 
Commercial hotel, Sabiston & Wilcox 
rop.H. Commercial cor Bastion. Tel' 



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Commercial Union insurance 
Co. of London, Smith & 
Yarwood, agents 

Commcrford Thos., tailor Caldwell & 

Lewi^ 
Connolly John, waiter Royal hotel 
Conto M., niinoi- 
Conwaj-A., minor 
Cook F., miner 



Cook Wm 



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B. MiN.. 



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Cooper K. 

Willi:irn 
Coqper Ilai-ry, wharlinger IS". V. C. 

Cooper Will., Ill in or 
CorcoriiiiJolin, at (^»iiooii's niarlcot 
Coroor:in Timotiiy, at (Queen's market 
Cornihih T., minor 

Coroner, Joseph Prhys Planta 

Co8Biopi)Iilan Bostaurant and Bakorx- 
Charles Ivarst, prop, Bastion 

Cotton .loll n J J., storekeeper N. Y C 
06. 

Conghlan W. P., photographer 



Coulson C, miner 

Coulson S. W., miner 

Coundloy M., miner 

Coundloy K., miner 

Coundloy Wm., minor 

Courto John, minor 

Cowan John B., millhand Nanaimo 

f^'aw mills 
Cowan John, miner 
Cowan P., minor 
Cowie Arch., minor 
Cowie James, comp Free Press res 

Irwin ' 

Craig R., miner 

Craig R., gen blksmith, Bastion. Tel 38 
Craig Thomas, blacksmith for Ralnh 

Craig * 

CrcwH., miner 
Crossan A., miner 
Crossan James, miner 
Crossan William, driver X.K P S 
Crowe W. J., firemai. Nanaimo Gas 

Co. 

Cruiclcshank Ceo.,agentBanlc 
of B. C. 

Cudhoa Bobt., minor 
Culligan Jno.. minor 
(JumlHM'land John, blacksmith 

('raig, bds Provincial hotel 
Cunlitto John, Nanaimo Saw mills 
Currio Robert, cigar maker P. Goblo 
Currie Thos., cigarmakor P. Goblo 
Curry IL, miner 
Curry Jos., minor 



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Ourry R., Biincr 

Coaack Ro^t., prop New Castle house 

Custom House, B. H. Smith, 

collector, Front 

Cuthbevt Geo., miner 

Dailey D. G., ba'-bor for John Lewis, 

bds Comnnercial hotel, Commercial 
Danks Geo., miner 
Daveys Montaj^uc, C. E., Commercial 
Davies & Beveridge, merchant tailors 

and furnishings, Commercial 
Davies Thos. L.,of Davies & Beveridge 
Davis A., miner 
Davis A. A., cigarmaker for Philip 

Gable, bds Palace hotel 
Davis Geo., di'iver Nanaimo brewery 
Davis John, miner 
Davis John, bds Nanaimo Hotel 
Davis John, miner 
Davis L. T.. M.D„ C. M., Hospital Nur- 

geon,Commorcial,res Albert. Tol..']6 
Davis Samuel, miner 
Davis T. J., miner 
Davis W. C, miner 
Davison J. H., miner 
Davison John, miner 
Davison Robt., miner 
Davison Samuel, carpenter for Frost, 

bds Oriental hotel 
Davy Joseph, miner 
Dean John, miner 
Decker & Co.. props Occidental hotel, 

Tel ;}7 
Decker J., of Decker & Co. 

Deeble W, D., prop City Mar- 
ket, Commercial, bds Eoyal hotel 

Deeming James, miner 

Deimonico Restaurant, Hugh 

Dempsey, pi-op. Tel 43 

Dernpsey Hugh, prop Windsor 

Hou-so and Deimonico restaurant 

Dempster Charles, teller B. of B. C, 
res Departuj'e Bay road 



Dennison W. B., agent Northern Pad 

fie Railway, and Atlantic Stean-. 

ship lines, Commercial 
DeVeris Chas., miner 
Devlin Ed., miner 
Devlin H., miner 
Devlin Jas.,minei- 
Dew Drop Hotel, Samuel Hague, prot 

Hal i burton 
Dick Archibald, Govt, inspector ( 

mines, res Prideaux 
Dick John, miner 
Dick Wm., miner 
Dickenson John, miner 
Dickenson Wm., miner 
Dixon Albert, bds Occidental hotel 
Dixon J. D., prop Somerset House 
I Dixon Tho>j.. bartender Britannia hoit 
1 Dobeson D., miner 
j Dobeson Joseph, machinist Nanaim 
! Iron Works, res Comox Road 
Dobeson T. & N. W., props Nanain, 

foundry 
Dobeson "Tliomas, ofT. & N. W. Dok 

son, res ('<miox road 
Dobeson Nathaniel, of T. & N V 



Dobeson 

Dom Covt.Savings Banic,P.O, 

building, A. H. Home, agent 

Donanto Z., miner 
iDooley William, cook Queen's CIk: 

House 
Downie J., millhand Haslam & Lees 
Drake SamuoljSheriffNanaimo DistnV 

res Needham 
Ducoa John, miner 
Duftey Mut.. miner 
Dugdale Robt., miner 
Duncan E., at Alex. Henderson 
Di.nilap Ptoderick, of O'Brien & Dunk 

rt'S Albert 
Duusmuir J., miner 
Dunsmuir M,, miner 

Dunsmuir R., & Sons, Depar 
ture Bay. Tel 26 



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i|)urard rev. Father P. P., St. Peter's 

R C. chui'ch 
.JDurham Alex., miner 
,©urham J., miner 
ipurward Miss E., milliner John S. 

Stannard tfe Co, 
JPykes I., miner 
iSykes Jos., miner 
Baden Wm., miner 
Ularl John, miner, bds Bay View hotel 

■arl Wm., postmaster, res 

^ Prideaux 
lAastham Samuel, stableman I. X. L. 

livery, bds Temperance House 
Eaaon Alex., capitalist, bds Old ?lag 

In'.i 
IB^stwood Fred., bds Bay View hotel 

Cast Wellington collieryoffice. 
Tel 29. 

I^st Wellington Wharf. Tel 
40 

Bocles James, miner 

Edmonds E., miner 

Edmonds Wm., miner 

Edwards R. P., general store, Selby 

Edwards Wm . , miner 

Elliott — , contractor, bds Oriental 

hotel 
Elliott 1). H., carpenter 
JB^ftblom I., miner 
Biaerick Con., miner 

lerick E., miner 

Bott E,, miner 

iquimalt & Nanaimo Ry., 
Alex. Shaw, agent. Tel 9 

-ISilerft'll L., miner 

tiireka Soda Water Works, 
Adams & Lawrence, Com- 

-jnerciul cor Wliarf 

!ans James W,, miner 
ans Robt., of Gough & Evans, props 
Nanaimo hotel 



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Evans T. L„ miner 
Evans Wm. M., miner 
Evant William, miner 

Excelsior Market, Richard 

Henry Rowe, prop, Haliburton 

Fairburn E. C, miner 

Fairburn J. G., shoemaker, Victoria 

Crescent 
Fairburn W^m., apprentice J, Hilberfc 
Falsher J,, miner 
Ferguson D., minor 
Ferguson W, B,, miner 
Fiddick Chas,, bds Occidental hotel 
Fiddick Sam,, bds Occidental hotel 
Finlayson Robt,, miner 
P'ire Hall, Commercial cor Wharf 
Fishburn T., minor 
Flack T., miner 
Fletcher M., miner 
Floyd Wm,, minor 

Foreman & Campbell, props 

Nanaimo boat house 




Foreman John D,, of Foreman 

Campbell, res Gunmcrcial 
Forrest William, jun., miner 
Forrest Wm,, miner 



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Foster Gladstone, of Foster Broa. 
Foster Nelson, of Foster Bros. 
Foster Thomas, minor 



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!Fox Florence Miss, res Wallace 

Fox J., miner 

Foxworthy \Vm., minor 

Frame J., miner 

Frame John, miner 

Fraser J., miner 

Fraser John, bartender Occidental 

hotel 
Freathy Rd., miner 

Free Press (Evening), Daily, 
Geo. Norris, publisheri Com- 
merciai. Tel 17 

Frew John, miner 
Fuge Ic, miner 

Gable Philip, prop .Nanaimo 
Cigar manufactory, bds 

Globe hotel 

Gabriel L,, butcher Queen's market 
Galbraith D., sawyer Nanaimo Saw 

mills 
Galbraith J. H., of Speer & Galbraith 
Gallagher — , miner 
Galloway James, sciiool teacher Boys' 

school, res Rubson 
Ganner Wm. H., porter A.R.Johnston 

& Co., res Cavan 
Ganner Wm., teamster, bds Bay View 

hotel 
Ganone Viii., jeweller, Long Bridge 
Gardner Miss Abbie, principal Girls' 

School 
Garner Edwin, tailor, cleaner and re- 

pairei', Commercial, res McDonald's 

Block 
Garrard F. C, mariner 
Garrard W. B., electrical engineer 
• Gayne Victor, driver Cosmopolitan 

restaurant .and bakery 
George J . Mrs., fi-uits. Bastion 
Gibbs Austin, clerk 8pencer& Perkins, 

res Esplanade 
Gibbs G., miner 
Gibson A., miner 
Gibson R., miner 



Gibson Richard, overseer No, 3 Shaft 

N. V. C. Co. 
Gibson William, miner 
Gilbert J. King, machinist N.V.C. Co, 
Gilbert J. K. Mrs., prop Temperance 

house. Bastion 
Gilligan James, teamster J. Hilbcrt 
Girls' Central school. Miss A. Gardner, 

principal 
Glaholm T. W., of A. R, Johnston & 

Co., res Skinner 

Glasgow & London Ins. Co., 
William K. Leighton, agent 

Goebel Edward, baker Cosmopolitan 
restaurant 

Globe Hotel, Chas. Martin, 

prop, Front 

Godfrey William, miner 

Golden Daniel, miner 

Good W., mail clerk E. & N. Ry., res 

Front 
Good P., miner 
Good rev. J. B., rector St. Paul's churcL 

res Front 
Good V. W., clerk N. V. C. Co., re>: 

Front 
Goody Wm., •waitorQueenChopHou.se 
(rordon Herschel, preventive office! 

Custom House, res Prideaux 
Gordon G., miner 
Gordon James, miner 
Gordon T., miner 
Gordon D. W., M. P. for Nanaimo 
Gordon Wm., miner 
Gosh F., miner 

Gough & Evans, props Nanai- 
mo hotel, Commercial 

Gough Mrs. E., of Gough & Evans 
Gough Samuel, city clerk, assessor anJ 

collector, res Skinner. Tel 22 
Gourley James, miner 
Gourloy Robert, bartender Commerciri' 

hotel 
Gowland R.. miner 



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St. Taul's churck 

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Icrk, assessor and 
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Graham John, of* Cohen & Graham, ros 
opp station 

Grahame George, miner 
, Graham John, minor 

Gray VVm., miner ' 

Grand Hotel, Walter T. Myles, prop 

Green A. A., pres Nanaimo Gas Co. 

Gregg Francis T., of Gregg & Honey- 
man 

Cregg&Honeyman,architects 
and draughtsmen, Smiths 
Buiiding, Commercial 

Gregory John, miner 

Greenwell John S., monldor Nanaimo 

Foundry 
Greenway B., minor 
Greciiway A., miner 
Greenway J., miner 
Greenwell John, miner 
Gribble John, miner 
Griftcn Thomas., miner, bds Provincial 

Hotel 
Griffiths Thos. 

Growen H.,millhand Andrew Haslara 
Government Office. Tel 6 
Guflblo Joseph, prop Italian Hotel 
Guardian Fire & Life Assurance Co., C. 

H. Beevor Potts, agent 
Hall George, miner 
Hall Joseph rev., pastor Methodist 

church 
Hague Samuel, prop Dew Drop Hotel 
ipamilton Archibald, constable and 
f asst guard, res cor Hali burton and 
I Grace 

ramilton John, foreman Diamond 
bore, Gabriola Island 
Hampson Francis, miner 
Dpampson J., miner 
fiampson W., miner 

|laliecl( & Hall, props Central 

Hotel, Commercial. Tol 45 
ianlin J. H., miner 
[anna John, minor 
[anna William, miner 
[anson C, miner 



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Harbour Master, M. Quennell 
Harder Mrs. L., milliner Richardson 

& Horner, res nr Wallace 
Hardy Chas., clerk Alex. Mayer t!t Co. 
Hardy David, minor ^ 
Hardy James, engineer N. Van C. Co., 

res Winnifield place 
Hardy Thos., herbalist 
Harley E., miner 
Harloy James, jtin., miner 
Harley James, sen., miner 
Hurer Fred., at Wm. Wunboru 
Harris Allrcd, miner 
Harris I-iaac, miner 
Harris Morgan, miner 
Harris Pendry, miner 
Harper A., fiiillhiiud Nanaimo sawmills 
Harper J., Bay Saloon, Departure Bay 
Ilarrold Ernest, tinner Van Ilouten & 

Handle 
Harrison Kli, jun., judge county court 
Harkins Michael, cook Poodle Dog 

restaurant 
Hartford tire Ins, Co., Marcus Wolfe 

agent 
Harvey James, general store. Tel 13 
Harwood Peter, miner 
Haslam Andrew, prop. Nanaimo Saw 

mills 

Haslam Andrew, M.P.P., prop 
Nanaimo Saw Mills, Mill st, 
Tel 19 



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lluwtlioriilhwuilo &Co., U. S. con- 
Hulur aijont 
HuwkcH Klijf.h, driver ^Walter Wilson 
bds Commercial 

Hawthomthwaite & Co., real 
estate brokers, Front 

Hcmer Fred., asst smith N, V, C. Co- 
Homer John, bhicksraith N. V. Coal 
Co. 

Henderson Alexander, prop 

Naiiaimo marble works, Front, res 
Ha mo 

Henderson Directory Co., 
publishers British Columbia 
Cazetteer and Directory, 
P. O. Box 278 Victoria. 

i!ee Adv. pogeA6i 

Herd Fred., tailor Caldwell & Lowis 

Hewitt Henry, teamster, bds Temper- 
ance House 

Hcrmanson Jacob, miner 

Heyland R., surveyor N. V. C. C. Co. 
Tel. 41 

Hickman Abraham, miner 

Hickman J., sen., miner 

Hickman J., jun., locomotive driver 
N. V. C. Co. 

Hicks Henry, miner 

High Peter, miner 

High Thos., miner 

Hilbort George Fred.,3at Adams & 
Lawrence 

Hilbert John, 
furniture, undertaker, etc.. 
Bastion. Tel 30 

Hilbert John Henry, bootsand 

BhocK, and tobacconist, Commercial, 

res same. Tel 23 
BJHbert Wm., blacksmith N. V. C. Co. 
K)ill dtames, engineer^Andrcw Haulam 
Hilley F., miner 



Hilton H., minor 

Ifindniarsh Robert, of Hindniarsh Si, 

Peters 
Hindoiarsh Thomas, minor 

Hind marsh & Peters, props 

Palace hotel. Skinner 

Hird Edwin, merchant tailor, Commor- 
cial, res same 

Hirst Bros., Wharf 

Hirst Bros., gen store, Commercial. 
Tel 16 

Hirst George, teamster Hirst Bros., res 
Commercial 

Hirst James, clerk Hirst Bros., res 
Commercial 

Hirst Thos., of Hirst Bros., ros Com- 
mercial 

Hirst Wm., of Hirst Bros., res Com- 
mercial 

Hogarth George, miner 

Hodgson E., res Commercial 

Hodgson T., res Wallace 

Hodgson John, miner 

Hodgson Wm., miner 

Hoflie Max., of Marwick & Hoflio 

Hogg Wm., minor 

Hoi brook Sidney, bds Occidental hotel 

Holin John, millhand Haslam & Lees 

Holm C, minor 

Honeyman J. J., ofGrogg& Honey man 

Hopkins David, miner, bds Provincial 
hotel 

Hopkins David, miner, bds Queen Chop 
house 

Hopkins Thos., miner, bds Queen Chop 
house 

Hopkins Mrs Jacob, housekeeper Pro- 
vincial hotel 

Home A.H., mgr., Dom. Covt. 

Savings bank,a«st. inspector weights 
and measures, notary public and in- 
surance agent,Government building, 
res same 

Home A.C, &Son, gen store, 

Victoria Crescent 



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inor 

Iters, props 

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tailor, Commor- 

e, Commercial. 
Hirst Bros., res 
irst Bros., res 
Bros., ros Com- 
3ro8., res Com- 

)rcial 
;e 

k & Hoflie 

)ccidental hotel 
laslam & Lees 

;g & Honeyman 
bds Provincial 

•ds Queen Chop 

ds Queen Chop 

isekeoper Pro- 

Dom. Govt. 

pec tor weights 

public and in- 

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• Home Adam Grant, of A. 0. Horno & 
Son, res Wallnco 
Home Herbert Lewis, clerk A. 6. 

norne& Son, ros Wallace 
Home Thos. Chas., tel. operator 
' Home Wm. A., ofRenwick & Horno 
Horner John, of Richardson & Horner, 
res Irwin 

Hoskin Joseph, Jr., furniture, 
crockery, glassware, carpets 

and house furnishing, Victoria Cres- 
cent, res same. Tel. 27 

Horton Wm., miner 

House Geo., tinner Walter Wilson 

Hough John, prop Balmoral Hotel, 

Hal burton st 
Hoy Flora, wid William, dressmaker, 

res Predeaux 
Hubbard Thomas, bds Occidental hotel 
Huff & Moore, livery stable, Dallas 
Hughes Edward, boots, shoes and fur- 

nishinys, Long Bridge 
Hughes Thos., miner, bds Nanaimo 

hotel 
Hughe.s Wm., miner 
Hughie Jas., miner, bds Nanaimo hotel 
Humphreys John, minor 
Hunter Andrew F., Nanaimo Machine 

works, res Hal i burton 
Hunter John, miner 
Hunter John, engineer N. V. C. Co. 
Hunter Joseph, miner 
Hunter Tom, jirop. Crunbeny hotel 
iHunterWm.. engineer 
Hurst Fied., miner 
Huston—, bds Bay View hotel 
Hutcherson 11., miner 
Identical saloon, Norman Smith, prop., 

Victoria Crescent 
Ingram Charles, bds Occidental hotel 
Inkster Gilbert, miner 
Irving Edward B., bookkeeper Walter 
A Wilson, res Milton 
Iflsbister John, miner 
fTsbister Wm., N. V. C. Co. 
T#l. X. L. Livery stables, Le Ballister & 

Thompson, props. Tel. 18 



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Italian hotel, Jos. Gutfolo, prop 

Jackson Kd., minor 

Jackson T., miner 

Jackson Wm., miner 

James Hy., miner 

Jamieson Petor J., Poodle Dog restau- 
rant. Commercial 

Jefferson Alex., driver, bds Nanaimo 
hotel 

Jeffery Stanley, driver Alex Muyer & 
Co., bds Temperance hotel 

Jeffrey Frederick B., clerk for A. A, 
Argyle, res Wentworth 

Jeffrey William, apprentice J.IL Pltace 

Jenkins J. E., prop. Old Flag inn. Bas- 
tion 

Jenkins Wm., prop Bay View hoase^ 
Nicol 

John David, miner 

Johnnie Carlo, minor 

Johnson Harve}', miner 

Johnson Ralph, miner 

Johnson Thos., miner 

Johnson William, cook Queen Chop 
house 

Johnston A. I{.,ofA. R. John fi ton & 
Co., res Victoria city 

Johnston A. R., & Co., whole- 
sale and retail grocers, hay 

and grain. Bastion. Tol. 1(5 : wliai-£ 
Tel. 7. 

Jolly C, N. V. C. Co. 

Jones D. John miner 

Jones David, N. V.C, Co. 

Jones Daniel, bds Nanaimo hotel 

Jones Edward W., barten<ler Nanaimo 

hotel 
Jones Henry C,, miner 
Jones James, miner 
Jones John, N. V. C. Co. 
Jonos John, 'engineer N. V.C. Co, 
Jones John R., miner 
Jones John, miner 
Jones Richard, miner 
Jones Wm., miner 
Jones W. A., minor 
Jones W. T., miner 






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Karst Chaa., prop Cosmopolitan restau- 
rant, Batjtion 

Keust J., miner 

Keast Wm. J., tiiiner 

Keddy Win., drayman, Chapel st, res 
same 

Keitij Thos., miner 

Keller Thomas, comp. Vrea Press, res 
Franklin 

Kelly James, miner 

Kelly James, carponter H. MoAdio 

Kelly EosH carpenter H. McAdie 

Kelsall William, bds Temperance 
house 

Kenyon Ricliard, carpenter, bds Tem- 
perance house 

Kerrione John, miner 

Ker.soule William, butcher for W. P. 
Peeble 

Kinney Diiniei, millhand Haslam & 
Lees 

King — , millhand Xanaimo Saw mills 

King Alfred George, agent liand 
Bros., real estate agents, Oommei'- 
clal, i-es Hal i burton 

King Ernest, apprentice J. J. Sehi, res 

Victoria road 
King Joseph, moulder Xanaimo Iron 

works, TQ-' Comox. road 
Knight Thomas, minor 
Knox John, plasterei , bds Xannimo 

hotel 
Kirk wood R., miner 
Kiiarston James 8., clerk (J. Bevilock- 

way, ves Hal i burton 
Lamb Kooert, niinoi 
Langhaii (ieorge, Piinor 
Langhain J., miiu-r 
Ijanghani J. V., niiii;.>i' 
Langcl A., minor 
];anglon W. M., harJ\^aro, cutlery 

ivnd house furnishings, Vi( icu'ia Ci'os- 

cont, res same 
Lansdowne brewery. J. ^j. Cawthorii, 

prop.. Comox road. lY'l 48 
Lawless Gus., minor 
Lawless Joseph, miner 



Lawley Thomas, wheelwright for I^an- 
wick & Home, res Commercial 

Lawrence E., miner 

Lawrence Louis, of Adams & Law- 
rence, Haliburton 

Laurence Sarah Miss, dressmaker for 
N. E. P. S., res Haliburton 

Lawson John, miner 

Lawson Wm., miner 

Leask James, jr, miner 

Leaak James, sr, miner 

LeBallister& Thompson, propsI.X.L, 
livery, Chappie nr Comraercinl. 
Tol 18 

Lee Amos, minor 

Lee Goorge 

Lee Gu}-, millhand Nanaimo Sawmills 

Lee Henry, driver X. E. P. S., res 
Prideaux 

Lees Frances Miss, dressmaker L: 
N. E. P. S., res Prideaux 

Leemaa Robert, miner 

Leeman Thos., miner 

Leighton William K., ho>'K. 

keeper A. R. Johnston & Co., res 
Sol by 

Lewis D. B., miner 

Lewis John, barber shop. Commercial, 

res same 
Lewis Thos., miner 
Lewis Wm., of Caldwell & Lewis 
Lewis F., miner 

Lievre Chas., waiter Occidental hotol 
Lincoln Robt., millhand Xanaiiao S;iw 

mills 
Lister Goo., miner 
Lister Jloniy, miner 
Lister James, miner 
Liverpool, London & Globe Insuranco 

Co., Beevor Potts, agent 
Lomas Jas., minor 

London A. Lancashire Fire Ire 
surance Co., of Liverpool, 
Planta & Norris, agents. 

Love J, Miss, tailoress E. Hird, rei 
Franklin 



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E. P. H., m 

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)ccidental liotol 
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Lowes J., miner 

Lowden J., miner 
>i, )ni8 Peter, miner 

Lukey Ricliard, comp Free Press, res 
Wenlworth 
^Xund Chas., bartender Identical saloon 

Lund Ciias., miner 

Lund Jaraos, miner 

Luprini C, minor 
ILuprini R., miner 

IMacDonald D. S., gen store 

MacRlmen A. T. D., barrister, 

solicitor, notary, etc., Front 

McAdie Henry, contractor and 

undertaker, Victoria Crescent, res 

Albert 

McAllister Geo., bartender Royal 

hotel, Commercial 
.McAllister Henry, stableman I. X. L. 

liver}', res Chappie 
He Arthur Ada Mias, comp Free Press, 

res Wontworth 
,McBain G. A. & Co., real estate agents, 

Commercial nr Bastion 
.McBain George A,, of G. A. McBain 

&Co. 
McCuish Alexander, teamster, bds 

Oriental hotel 
McCuish John, bds Oriental bote 



McCuish Rory, fruiti, etc. 

dept 



prop 



bdg 



Victoria 
Oriental 




Crescent, 
hotel 

j^^cDcrmott Thos,, miner 
""cDonald Dan., miner 
cDonald Donald, millhand Nana! mo 
Saw mills 

cDonald John, clerk A. R. Johnston 
^ & Co., res 
ilMcDonald John, miner 
^McDonald K. C, wheelwright for 
§ Ralph Craig 
McDonald Mike, miner 
McDonald W., miner 
cDonald Wm., pilot 
IcDonald Wm., bartender Oriental 
hotel 



McDougall Jas., clerk John S. Stan- 

nard & Co. 
McGargle Geo., miner 
McGargle Robt., minor 
McGee Pat., porter Central hotel 
McGill John, clerk Spencer & Perkins, 

res Hali burton 
McGregor Arch., weighraan 
McGregor Arthur, miner 
McGregor James, oversoor South field 

Mine V. C. Co. 
McGregor Ms . J. C, dressmaker and 

millinery, Victoria Crescent 
McGregor Wm., mgr of works Tho 

New V. C. Co., res Esplanade 
Mclnnis James, miner, bds Provincial 

hotel 
Mclnnis Kenneth, minor 
Mclntyre P., miner 
Mcintosh D., miner 
McKay Jas. W., nincr 
McKay A., miner 

McKenzie C.C., conveyancer, 

real estate and ins agent. Front nr 
Post Office 

McKenzie Murdoch, carpenter II. Mc- 
Adie 

McKenzie Wm. Robert, merchant 
tailor, Victoria Crescent, res same 

McKenzie James E., reporter Free 
Press, res Victoria Crescent 

McKenzie Jno., miner 

McKenzie Rod., miner 

Me Kin ley Jas., miner 

McKinnell Df vid, groceries, etc., lltili- 
burton, res same 

McKinnoll Gilbert, minor 

McKinnon Alex., miner 

M'Kiiinon C, miner 

McKinnon Dennis, minor 

McKinnon ^ames, expressninn Sham- 
rock stables, res Ilaliburton 

McKinnon .Fno., sen., miner 

McKinnon Jno., jun., minor 

McKinnon Mike, minor 

McLaughlan J., minor 

M<'.Lay Thos., miner 

McLeun Duacan, miner 



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MeLean D., miner 

McLean Hector, NanaimoSaw mills 

McLean Hugh, miner 

MeLean John, miner 

McLean K., miner 

McLean Wm., miner 

McLolian A., miner 

McLellan W., miner 

McLennan Donald, miilhand Nanaimo 

8a w mills 
McLcod Daniel, bin Hoyal hotel 
McLeod John, miilhand Nanaimo Saw 

mills 
McMillan B. Tel res 39 
McMillen W.. miner 
McNeil A., minor 
McNeil John, miner 
McNeil M., miner 
McNeil Mai., miner 

McNeill Edward, harnes8,Vic- 

toria ^'rcsccnt, ren t«ame 
McNeill Mary Miiss, dresHiiiaker N. E. 

P. S., res Hal i burton 
McNeill Slephoti, miilhand Nanaimo 

Saw mills 
McPhce Mai., miner 
McPhee T., miner 
McPhorson John, minor 
Macarty J., miner 
Mace Alfred, painter Foster Bros. 
Machin C. miner 
Machin Fiank, miner 
Machin Fi'ed., miner 
Macalone}' JoKe])h, minor 
Mahle A., miilhand Nanaimo Saw 

mills 

i^ahrer John, prop Nanaimo 

Brewery and Nanuimo Opera house. 
Church. Tel 46, ro.s 47 

Mfilcolm Walter, minor 

Malcolm Wm., ros Haliburton 

Malcolm Wm., miner 

Manson L., groceries and gen merchan- 
dise, Haliburton, res same 

Manson Win., bookkeeper Nanaimo 
Saw mills, res i^rideaux. Tel 34 



Manson Wm., clerk L, Manson 

Marfar John, miner 

Marshall James, miilhand Nanaimo Saw 

mills 
Marshall Jas., miner 
Marshall Oliver, miner 
Marshall Wm., miner 
Marr Geo., miner 

Martin Chas.yprop Globe hotel 

Martin Dennis, miner 
Martin Jos., miner 
Martin T., miner 
Martin Wm., miner 

Marwick AiHoflie, props Brit- 

tania hotel. Commercial 

Marwick John, of Marwick & Hoflie 

Marymont Bros., furniture, 
crockery, clothing,bootsand 
shoes, Victoria Crescent 

Marymont H'..nry, of Marymont Bros., 

Victoria Crescent 
Maiymont Joseph, of Maiymont Bros., 

V^ictoria Crescent 
Martell Joseph, miner 
Masonic lodge, Commercial 
Matheson A., jr,, miner 
Mathe.son A., sen., miner 
Matheson Dan., miner 
Mathoson V., miner 
Ma\' John, cahinelmkr J. J. 8ehl, res 

Newcastle Town site 

Mayer Alex., & Co., wholesale 

moi'chan- 
aiid Bastion. 



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and retail dealers in 

dise, cor Cunimercial 

Tel 33 
Maver Alox.. of Alex. Mayer & Co., ros 

VValiace 
Maynard Chas., bds Occidental hotel 
Moakin Fi-ed., engineer 
Meakin John, miner 
Meicer Joseph B., tallyman Nanaimo 

Saw mills 



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rcial 

wick k Hoflie 

,, furniture, 
ngybootsand 
Crescent 

larymont BroR., 



larymont Bros,, mWn Wm 



Meredith Geo., miner 

Mtrritt Geo., bartender Occidental 
lotel 

Merritt John, miner 

Merritt M., miner 

Merritt Matthew, miner 

Merritt Thos., miner 

Merryfield Thos., miner 

Metcalf Jos., miner 

Methodist church, rev. Jos. Hall, pas- 
tor, Wallace 

Metropolitan baths, Cohen & Graham, 
'props, Commercial 

Michael Jules, miner 

Milchin^ton Wm., miner 

Mil^fi Walter, prop Grs^nd hotel 

Millar Thos., prO|« Provincial 

hotel, Victoria Crescent 

Millbu'-:^ T., miner 
Miller .^ miner 
Miller Joi.h, miner 
Miller Mat., miner 

Miller rev. James, pastor St. Andrew's 
church 



miner 



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J. J. Sehl, rc^ 
., wholesale 

gen nn'i'chaii- 
I and Hastion. 

ayer & Co., ros 

cidental hotol 

'man Nanaimo 



Millmore Jas., miner 

Mitchell John, prop Pioneer Soda 

Water works, res Wallaco. Tel 20 
Mitchell M. 
Mitchell M., minor 
MoUison James, miner 
Molloy Hugh, minor 
Moore Wm., miner 
Moifden Eodger R., comp. Free Press, 

Tfe Comiuercial 
Md%an (J., jr., minor 
M<»^an M., minor 
Morgan Thoia., miner 
M<M?gan Thos. C, tailor Caldwell & 

Lewis 
Mozgnii W., miner 
Moi^gan VVm., salesman N. E. P. S., 

r«B NIcol 
Mofris .lop., miner 
Molrison M., miner 
Moip'ow Hugh, miner 



HENRY PORTER, 

Manufacturer of 

Sonora Tanned 



Guaranteed to lie tie toiighest io existence. 
436 Visitation Street. 



Morton W. H., clerk J. H. Ploaco, roi* 

Albert 
Mottishaw — , jr., miner 
Mottishaw E., miner 
Mottishaw George, miner 
Mottishaw Sam., jr., miner 
Mottishaw Sam., 8r.,minet- 
Mottishaw Walter, miner 
Mottishaw Wm., butcher for Wiiliaiu 

Wen born 
Mowatt B. S. Miss, clerk P. O. 
Musgrave Joseph, painter, res Victoria 

Orescent 
Musgrove Karry, stableman Shamrock 

stables, res Albert 
Mullen D., miner 
MurchisonNeil, capt., b.is Temperance 

house 
Murphy Wm., farmer, Ids Provincial 

hotel 
Myles Walter T., prop Grand hold 
Muzoo J., minor 

Nanaimo Boaf House, Fore- 
man & Campbell, props. Wharf 

Nanaimo Brewery, John Mah- 

rer, prop, Br^stion. Tel 4G 

Nanaimo Building society, John M. 
Rudd, secretary 

Nanaimo Cigar Factor^', Philit» 
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society. Eobert Aitken, secretary, 

general store, Winifred Crescent. 

Tel 35 
Nanairao Fire Brigade, J. H. Please, 

secretary 
Nanainoo Foundry, T, & N. W. Dobe- 

son„ prop, Comox road 

Nanaimo Free Press, semi- 

weelcly and daily (afternoon), Greorge 
Norris, publisher. Tel. 17 

Nanaimo Cas Co., Alfred 

Thomas, supt. ; Wro.Leighton, secy 

Nanaimo hospital, Aaron Watson, 
steward. Tel. 5 

Nanaimo Hotel, Cough & 

Evans, props 

Nanaimo Iron works, T. & W. N- 
Dobeson, props, Comox road 

Nanaimo Machine works, R. J. Wen- 
born, prop 

Nanaimo Marble Worlcs, 

Church, Alexander Henderson, prop 

Nanaimo Opera house, Church J- 

Mahrcr, prop 
Nanaimo Public school, John Shaw. 

jirincipal 

Nanaimo ISaw Mills, Andrew 
Haslam, prop, Mill. Tel 19 

Nanaimo Telephone Co., Central 
office, Front, I. C. Spoer,mgr 

Nanaimo Water Works Co. 

Nash W^m., miner 

National Assurance Co. of Ireland, 
John M. Iludd, agent 

Ncavo Wm., miner 

Neen Jacob, miner 

Neon Joseph, miner 

jyTeri James, millhand Anur'^v: Ila^lam 

Ncwbert Lewis, cigarmakcr F. (iablo 

New Castle hoUf<e, liobcrt Cusack, 

prop 
."Newton John, minor 



New Vancouver Coal Co., l 
M. Robins, supt. Tel II 

Nicholas Wm., carpenter 

Nichols W. B., painter, bds Centr 

hotel 
Nicholson John, millhand Nanait 

Saw mills 
Nicholson Thomas, millhand Nanair 

Saw mills 
Nixon J., miner 
Nord Ellen Miss, dressmaker N.E.P; 

res Hal i burton 
Nord John, miner 

Norris Ceo., publisher Nana 
mo Free Press, res Chappli 
Tell? 

Norris George E., compositor F; 

Press 
Norris W. P., bookkeeper, res Chap| 
Norris Wm. E., of Planta & Nor! 

res Commercial 
Northern Pacific Ry., W.B. Deiini> 

agent 
Notts Benjamin, miner 
Nyith Wm., niiner,bd8 Nanaimo li" 

O'Brien A Dunlop, pror 
Shamrock stables, Albe 

cor Victoria Crescent. Tel 8 

OBrien Jna. Thos., of O'Brien k P: 

lop, res All)ort 
Occidental hotel, J. Decker & i 

props. Tel :{7 
Old P'lag inn, J. E. Jenkins, prop I 

lion. Tel 4 
Oriental hotel, James Philip, pr 

Victoria Crescent 
0. R. & N. Co., A. R. Johnston 41 

agents 
Orr William, miner 
()>l)urn JoM., minor 

Pacific Coast Steamship Cc 

A. R. Johnston & Co., agents 

Fc^ace Hotel, Skinner Stre« 

Hind marsh & Peters, props 



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r Coal Co., { 
pt. Tel 11 

>enter 

inter, bds Centr. 

nillhand Nanait 

millhand Nanair 

ebsmaket'N.E.P; 



iblisher Nana 
8, res Chappli 

, compohitor F; 

;kecpor, ros Cliapi 
>f Planta & Nor 

ly., W.B. Denni. 

iner 

,bd8 Nanairao by 

lunlopf prof 
tables, Albe 
iceiit. Tol 8 

of O'Brien & k 
J, Decker k i 
Jenkins, prop I 
mcs Philip, \<: 
K. Johnston k i 



tteamshipCc 

Co., ageiitu 

Ulnner Stree 

era, props 



'PWmer Zac, miner 

PaiBleyJohn, miner 

Paisley T., miner 

PMjnell Ed., butcher for Ed. Quennell 

PMJnell Frank, apprentice FoHterT?roe. 

Pargeter Daniel, barber John Lewis, 
ifes Victoria road 

Pai^eter Dan., miner 

i^argeter James, jun., miner 

Pargeter James, sr., miner 

Pargeter John, engineer 

Parish J. 0., miner 

Parker Ed., painter Foster Bros. 

Parkin Isaac, clerk Wm. Parkin, res 
Commercial 

Parliin Wm., gen store Commercial, 
res same 

Parrott Jas., Halfway house, Welling- 
ton road 

Patlierson Thomas, miner 

Patterson Thomas, tailor Caldwell & 
Lewis 

Panl E., miner 

Paul E. B., M. A., prin High school 

PaillBon John, engineer, bds Temper- 
ance house 

Peacock James, tailor for Caldwell k 
Lewis 

PearceEd., miner 

Pearce Samuel, bds Occidental hotel 

Pearce Wm., miner 

Pearson Charles, miner 

Pearson Joseph, minor 

Pender Jamo»<, miner 

Perchet A. Mrs., ho!i>ckcoper Windsor 
House and Delmonico restaui-ant 

Perkins AV. H. S.. of Spencer & Per- 
kins, ros W.'illaoo 

Perry Jsunos, minor 

Pewy J«ihti, j.rop Talbot Motel, Wel- 
lington ruiid 

PotiRi John, tinner Walter Wil8on,bds 
Palace liotol 

PoKfrs Thnm»s.of IIin<Imarsh & liters 

Peiligriio Robert, tailor Caldwijll & 

PiWWrson A., miner 
Pearson H,, itiincr 




Phillip James, prop Oriental hotel,Vie- 
toria Crescent 

Philpott W. H., prop Queen 
Chop house, resCommercial 

Phoenix of London Fire Ins. 
Co., Smith & Yarwood, 
agents. Commercial 

Phillips J., miner 

Pilot offi'ie and Harbor master, E. Con- 
nell 

Pimbury E., of E. Pimbury & Co., res 
Commercial 

Pimbnr}' E., & Co., druggists and sta- 
tioners, Commercial. Tel. 3 

Pinkerton John H., millhand Nanaimo 
Saw nnMIs 

Pioneer Soda Water works, John Mit- 
cliell, prop, Wallace. Tel 20 

Piper Isaac, minor 

Piper John, miner 

Piper Thomas, miner 

Piper Joseph, miner 

Piper William 

Piratttzi F., miniM* 

Planta A. E., of Planta & Norris 

Planta Joseph Prhys,Htipcndi«iy 

uia^jjistrate and coroner, res Front 

Planta Sl Norris, real estate, 
insurance and gen corn- 
agents, Commercial- ^Vc a ^. 

iti Cfussifieil 

Pleaco John II, hardware, Victoria 

('ro^eeiii. res Aloerf, Tel. 1 
Pollard W.J., miner 
l\>iK>«'U ]{.. miner 
r<vKlle Dug re>':iura»)t. P. J. Jamioson, 

^x>p, Connnercial 
P<H>le W., clerk John S. Stannard & 

Co. 
Porter Thomas miner 
Post Office, Wm. Karl, postmaster, 

Front 
IVttsA.d., ofHawiliornlhwaile,& Co. 

secy and U. S, consular agency, rea 

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Potts Chas. Herbert Beovor* 
solicitor of England, notary 
public and insurance agent. 
Commercial, res same 

Potts Robert, miner 

Powell Thos.. miner 

Praeger E. A 
Co. Tel 12 

Praeger E. \V., clerk Bank of B. C, res 
Front 

Prentice Wm., millhand Nanaimo SaT\- 
inills 

Price James, miner 

PrioBt K., C.E., and Surveyor Depar- 
ture Bay Road 

Prime Frank, miner 

Provincial Govt office. Tel 6 



Randle Arthur, tinner for Van Hoii'^jQ^gQ 

& Handle, res Grace Riokgoi 

Randle Albert Edward, of Van Ron jjjgjjgo 

& Randle Eielly 

Band'e Joseph J., overseer No 1 st ■Ditaiie 

N. V. C. Co. "'^ctc 

Randle Job., sr., miner Eirers 

Randle Oliver, machinist Eobertf 

Raper Albert, mgr Raper, Raper &t ggi, ^ 

Victoria Crescent Eoberti 

Raper B., of Raper, Raper & Co. 

Raper, Raper A Co., statio ^ake 

crs, fancy goods, toys and aoiii.: 
Victoria Crescent 



same 



Raper S. M., of Raper, Raper & i'*??*'^ 
Victoria Crescent A J 

Prout John, printer, bds Central hotel j R^^wlinson Bros., groceries anJ pr: xJuinBC 
mm . • • . ^ . .. ..... sionsandetc, Commercial t>«u:„„, 

Provmcial hotel, ThoS. Millar, ! Uawlinson Charle.^ of Rawlinson Br ^^^^^ 
prop MctoriaCrescent j res Ilali burton m a^r 

Pugh Vi(;tor, mmer 1 T>awlinson Richard Henry, of Kaw*";^* ° 

Temperance j ^„n Bros., res Hali burton ftZ^'K, 

^ „ ,„.„. jRaybould Phoebe, wid Wm., res l^^'^^^i^'l 

Pywell vVilliam, miner [.j^g nvy 

Quonnell Kuward, butcher, Ctjmmcr- j j^j^y^ r,i, „; — 1.1- xt — ;„_i.. RossJa 



Pyher W. 
house 



minor, 



bds 



I Job, miner, bds Nanaimo 'I'^'c tjoqIav 
James, bottler Pioneer Suda W; T>Q„g yf 



Reid Wm., miner 
Renwick& Home, blacksmiti 



cial. Tel 2, slaughter house, Tel 24 ; j>^^iJ 
Quennell James, butcher Edward ; works 
(^ueiincU 

Queen Chop house, W. H. 
Philpott, prop,, Long Bridge, 

(V)mmeiciul 
Queen's mai'kot, S. Brightiuan, prop.. 

C(mimercial 
Rains I'hos.. hack driver LcBallistcr 

\' Tiii'mp.-orj. res Chappie nr Coni- 

mcicial 
J'ainsay (Joui-gc. miner 
Ramsay .1., miner 

Jiamsay Jolm, tl river G. Bevilockway 
Ramsay .lo^cpii. miner 

i JJichards Jas., miner 

Rand Bros., real estate agents, :|>,,.l,.i,.d,son Anson A., of Ricli;u. 

A. C. King, agent, Com-j & Horner, sec Nanaimo Water wo 

mercial. see adc . page 2:1 j i-es Skinner 

Ranch Albert, bartender Opera house ; Richardson & 
Randle Carrie Miss, milliner Spencer } Commercial 

& Perkins 1 Rickson Jos., miner 



Eowbot 
^ Eowbot 

licnwick John, of Renwick & Horr. t>q^|jq^ 

Rey Geoigie Miss. Tel 50 

Jieyriard C , teamster, bds Bay V Rowe 

hotel sior r 

lieynolds .T. miner Eowley 

Reynolds Harry, shoemaker Wliitt . 

Bros., bds Trovineial hotel ROyal 

Rice P. J., M.l)., CM., Commen „ P'^.P;. 

Richards (J., miner ^%o 

Richards J. R. A.. Jerk, Wiii:^-f*^ 

house and Delmonica restaunm ■'^'^*^*P' 

Comn 

Rudd .1 

seet'y 

EuddoH 

Horner, dry ,.^^™J,, 

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aer for Van Hod Hiokson Mark, miner 
'^^^ ^^r IT EiokBon T., miner 
ard, of Van Hob Ejokgon W., miner 

Rielly James, miner 
overseer No 1 si Ujtchie James, baker and confectioner 

Victoria Crescent, res bame 
iner Rivers Robert, miner 

hinist Roberts E. Miss, dressmaker Richard- 

Raper, Raper 4[ go^^ Horner, res Wallace 
'*• Roberts Geo., at Wm. Wenbc -n 

•, Raper & Co. _^ ^ . 

Roberts William R., watch- 
& Co.f Statio maker and jeweller, Commercial, res 
, toys and nolii; ^j^^q 

it 

1, , Robins S. M., 8up©''!ntendent 

aper, Raper k 1"^^^^ j^ew Vancouver Coal Mining 
"^ , and Land Co. (It'd.) Tel 11. 

;rocenes and pr: jjobingoii C. H., butcher E. Quennell 
ommerual jjobinBon Robert, butcher for W. D. 

of Ruwhnson Br jj^^^le, res Bastion 
nr fv Boo George, wharfinger A. R. Johnston, 

I Henry, of Raw ^ res Gordon, wharf 
ah burton j^^^ i)^„^ messenger N. V. C. Co., res 



wid Wm., res W 



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, .r . , Ro88 Jack, miner 
ds Nanaimohot.jjQ^l Geo., miner 
Pioneer bodu \\. -^^^ ^^ weighman 
Rowbottom A., miner 
. , „ Rowbottom F., miner 
)lacksmiths, Ba>: J^Q^^^^to^ X., miner 

lioiiwKjk & ilorr. jjo^bottom W., miner 

Iter, bdtt Bay V Rowe Rd. Henry, prop Excel- 
sior market 
Rowley Da v., miner 

n^ud'S'l^^''"' Roy«' *'ote", Richard Watlclns, 

\r (< I ,1- prop, Conwnorcial 

Al., I onniitu. ij^^jjfpij.^3 ,„ij j^jfc Insurance Co., C. 

, ,. ,yi H. Beevor Potts, agent 

~ : Rudolph Hourv, coinp. Fvgq Press, re.s 

)iiira resiauniii:-^""tr'3r" " . •'' i > 

Rudd Joliii M., clerk J. Ililbort and 



t. r 

A., of RiclKir.: 
naimo Water wo 



seft'y Nanaiuu) Building society 



orner, dry 



Ruddock Chas., minor 

„ RuBilBiMi;' v., minor 
■^ Sabftrton Potor, ot'8abitttou & Wilcox, 
ret. Tel. 25 



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Sabiston & Wilcox, props Commercial 

hotel 
Sage Jesse, messenger Govt, offices 
Salter Henry, millhand Xanaimo Saw 

mills 
Sampson John, photographer, Victoria 

Crescent 
Santerlancc — . miner 
Santini C, miner 

Santy Chs., miner, bds Nanairao hotel 
Sayce Ed., miner 
Scales Dav., miner 
Scales Geo., miner 
Schier Frank, upholsterer J, J. Sehl, 

res cor Solbury and Bustiou 
Schillinii R.. miner 
Scholt George, miner 
Schulson B.. minor 
Sc(,tt Dav.. N. V. C. Co. 
Scottish Union & National Fire Ins. 

Co., Marcus Wolfe, Agent 
St'ouse Wm., miner 
Scovilie Wm. X., carpenter Nanaimo 

Saw mill> 
Sehl J. John, furniture, crockery, 

carpels, el'-., Commercial cor Church, 
res Now Castle Town site 
.Sorventi A., miner 
Serventi B., miner 
Share John, miner 

Shamrock stables, O'Brien & 

Dunlop, props, c.n- Albert and Vic. 
Crescent. Tel 8 



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Shaw Alex., agent E. & N. Ily,, res 

Pridi'aux 
Shaw Alex., miner 
Shaw Joseph, of Shaw &Son 
Shaw J., piincipal boys' public school 
Shaw Hany, of Shaw & Son 
Shaw & Son, boathouse. Wharf 
Sheehy Patrick, cook Queen Chop 

house 
SheflSoldJ., miner 
Shepherd Hy., miner 
Shepherd Wm., miner 
Simpson G., miner 
Sims M. A., miner 
Sinclair Joseph, teamster, res Ilalibur- 

ton 
Sinclair William, carpenter H. Mc- 

Adie 
Singer Sevving Machine Co., John Hil- 

bcrt, agent 
Sister Mary Margaret, of the S. H., 

supei'ioress St Anne's academy 
Slater William, Kenwick & Home 
Sloan Robert, bds Occidental hotel 
Smith A., miner 

Smith Able, nurse Nanaimo hospital 
Smith Albert, miner 
Smith Alex., miner 
Smith Benjamin, clerk G. II. Blako- 

way 



Smith B. H., collector of Cu» 

toras, res Front 

Smith C. L. 

Smith & Yarwood, insuranc 
and gen agents and nota 
ries public, Commercial, . 

adv below 

Smith Donald, of Smith & Yarwi 

res Parquhar 
Smith E. Miss, dressmaker N. E. P- 

res Farquliar 
Smith Jldward, millhand Nanair 

Saw mills 
Smith Henry, miner 
Smith Irving, millhand NanaimoS 

mills 
Smith James, miner 
Smith John, watchman, Commcn 

res same 
Smith Norman, prop Identical salo 

Victoria Crescent 
Smith Robert, butcher E. Quentui 
Smith Peter, millhand Nanaimo> 

mills 
Smith S. W., & Co., carpenter si. 

Bastion 
Smith Stephen D.,carpcnter, bdsQir 

Choj) house 



Smith 

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Smith 

Smi 
Smith 
Snowc 
Somen 
Sorby 

obui 
Spear 
Spear 

tune 

Spee 

mgr 

Tel 
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and 
Spencc 
Speoce 

res"^ 

Spen 
mill 

Stephe 

Stephe 
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Stanna 
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Stanna 



SMITH & YARWOOD, 

INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENTS. 

REAL ESTATE and LOAN BROKEES 

CONVEYANCERS and NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Money to Uoan on Real Cjstate. 

ESTATES MANAGED. RENTS OOLLECTi 

OFFICE-Smita's Building, Commercial Street. 



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Its and nou 
mmercial, : 

Smith & Yarwfi 
smakerN. E. P' 

illhand Nanuii 

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AGENTS. 

JROKEE 

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Smith Wm., gen store, Commercial, res 

Mrae 
Smith William, jun., bookkeeper Wm. 

Smith 
Smith William, porter, bds Royal hotel 
SlU^wden Ic, locomotive driver 
SomerRet Honse, J. D. Dixon, prop 
Sorby Father Emil, rector St Peter's 

church 
Spear Richard, miner 
Spear W. J., music teacher and piano 

taner, res Prideaux 

Speer I. C.y of Specr & Galbraith, 

mgr Nanaimo Telephone, res Front. 

Tel central 
Speer & Galbraith, electrical buidcrs, 

and supplies 
Spencer A., miner 
Spencer David, of Spencer & Perkins, 

ree Victoria City 

Sponcer & Perkins, dry goods, 
millinery, carpets, etc. 

Steplienson John, miner 

Stephenson Myles, driver A. R. John- 
ston & Co., res Church 

Stannard John S., & Co., dry goods 
mens' furnishings, etc., Victoria Cres- 
cent 

Stannard Jno. S., of J. S. Stannard & Co. 

Stewart Duncan, miner 

Stewart D. X., miner 

Stewart J. D., miner 

Stewart V., miner 

rt VVm., chief constable and 

Nanainio Water 




mgr 



Cjstate. 

rs OOLLECTi 

Street. 

A^KWOOD, 

licitor i)i' Oii'- 



lor, res Albert 
Stli»n J. W., 

)rks Co. 
StoHfliOHse Wm., sen., miner 
Stoa^house Wiji., jun., miner 
Sti^b A. Miss, clerk Spencei' & Per- 

_^s, rcb Commercial 
S^mgcr John, minci 
St..pnne's academy, sister .Mai'j Miir- 

y^tof the S. JJ., HupcrioresH, Wal- 

Stf^faul's church, Ej/iscopal, rev J. 

lijijod, rector 



St. Peter's R. C. church, Father Sorby 

P. P., Wallace 
Sullivan Daniel, N. V. C. Co. 
Summerhayes Alfred, contractor, rea 

Wallace 
Sutter George, miner, bds Temporanco 

house 
Sutton G., miner 
Sutherland D., miner 
Swain A. C, bartender Grand hotel 
Tagart John E. R., clerk N. V. C. Co., 

res Hall burton 
Tanghue Edward, butcher for W. D. 

Deeble 
Tanner Mrs., Central hotel 
Taylor — , cigar maker P. (itiblo 
Taylor A., miner 
Taylor D., miner 
Taylor G., N. V. C. Co. 
Taylor William, miner 
Teaguo John, miner 
Temperance liouse, Mrs. J. K. Gilbert, 

prop 
Temperlcy Gooj-ge, miner 
TelegTapli,C.P.R., Office, Depot. Tel <> 
Thomas A. S., miner 

Thomas Alfred, mgr Nanaimo 

Gas Co. 

Thomas K, miner 

Thomas D. J., miner 

Thomas Harry, cariJcnterH. McAdio 

Thompson A., miner 

Thompson Duncan, carpenter, bds 
Oriental hotel 

Thompson George, M. P. P., manager 
A. R.Johnston & Co., res cor Frank- 
lin and Weslo}' 

Thompson Joseph, miner 

Thompson Sykes, asst surveyor N V 
C. Co. 

Thompson W. II., of LeBallLster &. 
Thompson, bds Commercial hotel 

Thompson William, miner 

Tibbet George, bds Old Flag inn 

Todd William minor 

Travelers Life & Accident In- 
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Tredigoa Goo., miner bds Temperance 
house 

Troupe Mary Miss, waitress Central 
hotel 

Trudell Henry, miilhand Nanaimo Saw 
millH 

Trumper Joseph, miner 

Trunfield Albion, teamster, bds Tem- 
perance house 

Turbeit Wm,, miner 

Turnslull James, miner 

Tweed Joseph, miner 

Tyler Joseph, miner 

Uren John, photographer, Victoria 
Crescent 

United States Consulate, J. 
H. Hawthornthwaite, U. 8. 

consular agent 

Vager Frank, miner 

Vagts John, cigar maker P. Gable 

Vahle Fred., miner 

Vancouver (The New) Coal 
Mining & Land Co. (Limited), 
8. M. Robins, superinten. 
dent. Tel II. 

Van Houten & Randle, stoves, 
tinware, hardware, etc., 
Victoria Crescent 

Vanlloiiten Walton, of Yanllouten & 

Randlc, res Albert 
Van Iliicton Chas., druggist asst. E. 

Pimliiiry & Co. 
Van Iliiolon Ernest McGregor, of E. 

Pimliury & Co. 
Van Novel, rev father 
Vipond (ieorge, jun., driver I. X. L- 

li%'eiy 
Wagstaff P., miner 
Walkem W. W., M.D., CM., Wharf 

cor Commercial, res East Wellington. 

Tel 28 
Walker Geo. 
Wall A., miner 
Wall B., miner 



Wall W. H., overseer machine ahop 
N. V. C. Co., res Haliburton 

Wallace Jas., miner 

Wallace S., miner 

Wallace Thos., miner 

Ward Capt. L. H. 

Ward Joseph Bennett, fruits, etc, Cot 
mercial, res same 

Ward.UC, machinist 

Warrer W., miner 

Watklns Richard, prop Roya 

hotel, Commercial 

Watson Aaron Mrs., matron Nanaii 

hospital 
Watson Aaron, stewart Nanaimo h.. 

pital 
Watson Andrew, miner 
Watson Harry, miner 
Watson J., miner 
Watson R., machinist 
Watson W., jun., comp. Free Press, r; 

Haliburton 
Watt John, miner 
Webb W. E., baker, Victoria Cresc:: 
Weeks John, miner 
Weigle Peter, brewer Nanaimo brewer 
Wenborn Frederick, laborer Gas CV 
Wenborn Robert J., prop Nanaii 

Machine works,nr Bastion st DriJ. 
Wenborn Wm., butcher, HalibuiK 

cor Dixon, res same 
Westerman J. C, miner 
Westmorland Robt., porter Hirst Br- 
Wharf, nr Front st, A. R. Johnston 

Co., props 
Whiffin Edward W., clerk N. V.CC 

res Esplanade 
White W.R., tailor Davis & Bevcrid.' 

bds Central hotel 
Whitfield Bros., boots and shoo;^, V: 

tori a Crescent 
Whitfield Geo., of Whitfield Bros., r; 

Selby 
Whitfield John, miner 
Whitfield Randolf, of Whitfield Broi 

res Wallace 
Wilcox James, of Sabiston & Wilcox 






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d, prop Roys 

, matron Nanaiii 

art Nanaimo h ■ 

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mp. Free Press, r 

Victoria Cresc;: 

Nanaimo brewer 
laborer Gas 0: 
, prop Naniiiii 
Bastion st JJriJ. 

tcher, HalibuiK 

ne 

ner 
>orter Hirst Bi 

A, R. Johnston 

clerk N.V.Ct 

Davis & BevcriJ: 

Ota and shoo.-), V; 

hitficld Bros.. : 



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[ilcox Samuel, miner 
lilkitiHon C, minor 
lilkinHOn John, minor 
filkinson Win., minor 



moulder Nanaimo 



Iron 



filliaiiiH 

works 
Williams Cliaa., clerk Alex. Mayor 

Co., bds Bay View house 
WilliamH Edward, bdH Occidental hotel 
Williams Jas. H., miner 
Williams J. Z., miner 
Williams John, miner 
Williams T., mir.ur 

miner. 



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bds 



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Nanaimo 



Williams Thos. 

hotel 
Williams Wm., minor 

hotel 
Williamson Jas., carpenter II. McAdie 
Williamson Robt., Nanaimo Saw mills 
Willis F., miner 
Willis R., miner 
Willis T., miner 
Wilson Arthur, minor 
Wilson John, minor 
Wilson Thos., miner 
Willon Walter,hardwaro, Commorciai, 

r«6 same. Tol 32 

Windsor housa, Church, 

Hugh Dom|)soy, prop 
Wipterburuo E., butchor. Tol 4 
Wild Joseph M., Dallas 
Wo)fe Marcus, of Alex Mayor & Co. and 

l^e ins. ai^ont 
Wiipbank Bon., minor 
^bankGoo., minor 
)bank J., minor 
[burn M., minor 
Ihiirn Martin, minor 
{burn Pelor, miner 
iburn S imuel, miner 
iman W., miner 
Bun., miller 



liB Jus., miner 



res 



aans John, dork Wm. Smith, 
^mmcrcial 
ig B., miner 

ig Jas., salesman N. E. P. Society, 
Winifred Crescent 



Young Wm., miner 

Yarwood Edmund M., barrislor-al-law, 
of Smith & Yarwood, Ixlb Royal hotel 
Zambatti C, minor 
Tong Koo, laumlry 
Song Loo, laundry 

NANOOSIO BAY, 

A country post office, [t is situated in the 
NAiiaimo ilidtrict aboat 8 miles north of 
Nnnaimo and 5 miles from the Wfllinf^tom 
cjlieries. The bay is quite largp,and there ia 
good ancburigoaffiirdiQg shelter tor vesseia. 

Postmaster, Wm. lioborttt 

NASS RIVER, 

A settlement at the mouth of tho riror, whicti 
ranks thii d in size of B.C. rivers; and waters 
tlie country north of the Ulceeiui. It is 60t 
miles north ot Victoria. There are Methodist 
and Church of Kngland Missions here. Pop. 
900, principally Indians. It has 3 canneries 
and 1 gallery. Mail moc'.h'y from Victorui. 

British Columbia Canning Co., M. T, 

Johnson, Victoria 
Cusoiuio Packing Co., R. P. Rithot & 

C>,, agents, Victoria 
Collins T., fishorraan 
Coliiitson rov U. II., Episcx>pal 
Cook 1), Haiiuon packer 
Coopor U, II., paikor 
Donahue E., parkor 
Frasoi- Frank, lishorman 
Gibson A. G., manager Nass Itivor !»• 

duslrial Co. 
Groy .lamos, salmon packer 
Grubbs W., olork 
Joiiniiigrt rov. 1)., Molhodist 
M(Ciill()U';h J. B., loaciior 
Mc.LoHun'.s cannery, A. J. McLellaji.^ 

agent, Victoria 
Mat boson .1., cooper 
Morris J. M., cleik 
Na.ss Rivor liulusirial Co., salting and 

trading, G. A. Gibson, manager 
Rtundy T., boat builder 
Snuggs C, ciirpontor and packer 
{Strong Chas,, iVlcLollan's cannery 
Walsl* J., clerk Cascade Packing Co. 
Woods R. J., bookkoopor Oasojudo P. 0% 



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word "itreet is omitted after t!ie n:ime of the street: ar avenue; ar near ; zot corner ; 
R.C.P.M. Co., Royal City J'laniny Millx Co.; B.S M. Co., Brunette Saw MilU Co. ; 
C.P.R., Canadian Paeijln Railway; Ci.P.N". Co., Canadian Pacific Naviyation Co. ; 
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The City of New Westminster was founded daring the time of the 

^'raser River gold exoitoment, in 1858, by Colonel Moody, of the JRoyal 

<lngineer3, who considered it Vv.- 1":> 1 a J'/autageous site for the capital of the 

province. The city is located fi'> Mn- north bank of the river, tifteen miles 

pom its mouth, is accessible iox '' "]> n-ater shipping, and lies in the heart of 

section of varied and valuable resources. 

New Westminster is chiefly kuown abroad for its salmon trade stud its 
lumber business, but the ngricnltural interests of the district are now coming 
into prominence and giving the city additional stability. The go«jd farming 
f;erritory of British Columbia is not a very large proportion of its whole area. 
There are considerable tracts that are line grazing lands, aid others that 
irigation would render fertile, but much of this territory will ultimately 
become valuable. 

The largest and most valuable tract of farming in the province is ia 
the southwest corner, in the valley and delta of Fraser river, and New 
Westminster is situated in the midst of that great garden. 

The Municipalities of Surrey, Langley, Maple Ridge and Chilliwhack 
occupy the valley on both sides of the river above New Westminstei", and 
Embrace an area of nearly five hundred square miles of the very best agri- 
Eultujal lands. These extend northward from tho American boundary, a 
iistance of about twenty-five miles, but only include what is in the political 
listrict of New Weytminster. Farming lands reach much farther up the 
Eraser, and also up the valleys of its tributaries. They are easily cleared 



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agricultural proiluctions include thu coinmnn gi-ains, roots, vegetables and a 
variety of tVuits. A failure of crops was never known in this region. Dairy, 
iiig is a prolitable industry and it is growing in importance. 

There are twelvo large salmon canneries withinea.sy reach of New West- 
•Jl(linste^ These establishments represent an invested capital of $500,000 ; 
they employ several thousand men during the fishing season, and pay out 
about $50,000.00 a year in wages. The X'raser river canneries turned out 
last year foity-one thousand six hundred cases of salmon. 

The most important industry within the city limits, at present, is the 
manufacture of Lumber. Last year the Royal City Mills cut 21,000,000 
feet of lumber, 6,00i.',000 shingles, 5,000,000 laths, 5,000,000 feet of 
-mouldings, 20,000 windows, 12,(.'00 doors, and 92,000 fish boxes. This 
company have vessels at their wharves continually loading lumber for the 
South American, Australian or China trade. The Brunette Saw Mills cut 
4,000,000 feet last year, 40,000 salmon boxes, and 4,000 shingles and laths. 
About $20,000 per month is paid by these mills in wages. These figures will 
give an idea of the present value of the lumber industry to New West- 
minster. 

The Koss McLareu Saw Mills, now nearly completed, will manufacture 
:SO0,000 feet of lumber daily, and will give employment to more than a 
^thousand men. The mills will loatl an average of one vessel per week for 
foreign ports. 

The timber is obtained in abundance up the Fraser river and its tribu- 
taries, and floated down to the mills, where it is held in booms until manu- 
faetured. It has the only woolen mill in the province. The volume of 
liroducts turned out by these establishments has an important influence on 
the prosperity of the city. The New Westminster, liellingham Bay and 
Seattle linihvay, now iij process of construction between Seattle and New 
Westminster, will have its shops in the latter city, and will build a railway 
and trattic bridge across the Fraser river, this having been agreed upon as a 
consideration for a bonus and certain terminal facilities which were granted 
it, the completion of which will ii'ake the city a competing point for tk 
Canadian rucilic and Northern l*acitic roads. 

New Westminster is well supplied with educational facilities, it havin;; 
good public scliools, a high school, and two or three private educational 
institutions and a free public library. 

The Koyal Columbian HospiUil and St. Mary's Hospital are both excel- 
lent institutions, with Hrst class attending physicisins. 

Eight churches represent the following denominations : Church of 
JEnglaud, Reformed Episcopal, Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, Methodist and 
"Baptist. The city has a board of trade, an Opera House, a Concert Hall, 
two chartered JJ inks, two daily and two weekly newspapers, and telephonic 
exchange. Several parks and public squares within the city limits aggre- 
gate an area nii>re than one hundred acres. 



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The Co(iuitlam Watc^r vVorks (.Company are constructiuff a water ay.-teiu 
jfor Now Westiuiustor, which, wlioii coiupleled, will bo e<iual to any oa tho 
1 continc^nt. 

The Provincial roiiitoiitiary, tin.; Provincial Gaol and the Proviuciat 
Asylum for the Insane, the Dominion Land oHice for the province, the 
[land re,!i;istry office for the mainliind, and the provincial land odice, are all 
: situated in New Westminster. 

It is the residence of Aiiglican and Iloman Catholic bishops. 
New Wtjstminster is conne-tod with th<? main line of the Canadiarr 
Pacific Railway by a branch eight miles lonjj; to Westminster Junction 
[Trains are run from New Westminster to Vancouver several times a day,» 
and direct connections are made with all transcontinental trains at the 
jjunction. 

Besides the rail communication which New Westminster has, it is well' 
[provided with boat lines plying to all towns on the river as far up as Yale, 
la hundred miles distant, and on the coast of the mairdand, as well as to. 
the islands of the province and Puget sound ports in American territory. It 
[has good connections by steamer with Portland and San Francisco. Stages, 
[run to Vancouver, Surrey Centre, Clover Valley and Hall's Prairie, in the- 
[province, and to Blaine, across the boundary line in Washington. 

New Westminster occupies a sloping site facing the south and southeast.. 
[The peaks of the Cascades and Olympic mounttiins afford a glimpse ol) 
[magnificent scenery to the south and southwest, while in the immediate- 
[vicinity of the city are many features of interest. The city is growing in 
[importance as a tourist's resort and a place of residence. 

The large trade which is enjoyed by all lines of business in New West- 
[ininster is pushing it to the front as a coniMiercialand manufacturing centre. 
JThe lumbering, agricultural, fishing and mining interests tributary to the 
Icity, and the facilities being provided for developing commerce in all direc- 
Itions, are bearing fruit in quickening trade and attracting people from abroad'., 
m enterprising spirit is awakened, and the citizens are aroused tf> the advan- 
Itages that lie at their door. Nearly half a million dollars will be CKpended 
in the city this year for water works and railway improvements alone, and 
jthis is but the beginning of a long train of works that will keep the town im 
the front rank of the rapidly growing cities of the piovince. 



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America, Rand Bros.yagents 

A'ckermun Tlioron, oontnictor and ! 
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ford, Fire, Woods, Turner & 
Gamble, agents j 

Aikman G. W. , clerk registry office, 

res Mary 
Aikniun Jiimes Allan, law ^tlIil^nt Cour- 

bold, JIcColl & Jenns, bdw Mary 
AinHWorth Jolin S., of Morey \- Co., 

res Doii^lah nr Anne> 
AlbraS., Tl. C. P. Mills C^.. 
Albra Thomas, R. C. P. Mills Co. 
A 1 bra William, R. C. P. Mills Co. 
Allan A. G., editor "Truth," bd.- Maiy 

cor Provost 
Allan James, hd.s Faruiors home 
Allan O. M. 1., bro. J. T., professor 

St LiiiiH colle<i;e 
Allan W. Ge-Her, telegra]ih editor 

"Truth,'' re!^ Mary 
Allen C, R. C. P. Mills Co. 
Allen Mamie Miss, la^ MeNealey nr 

Coliiriibia 
Allen Thomas, teiimster, res Sapportori 
Alley L., res Douglas nrProvosi 
Allison John, carpenter-, res Park av 

nr Pel hum 
American hotel, Thos. Live, Columbia 
American Slcain Boiler Inn Co., of 
New York, Major & Pearson agentb 



Anderson — , blacksmith. 

opp Central school 
Anderson Benjamin F., r.w Coin mils 

cor Albert Crescent 
Anderson David, blacksmith for Thoj, 

Overs 
Andorton David, bds Farmers home 
Anderson Jamei«, messenger Bk of' 

Montreal, res Montreal cor John 
Anderson John, tisherman, res Condoc 
Aiulerrton R. F., airent C. P. Ky aiii , 

Dominion Expres.s, res cor QueeiiV 

av and Douglas 
Aiider: oti Wm., Burnotte Saw Mill ;3 
AiidrewN Richard, rooms 07 Columbii^ 
Andrews Wilkinson, car inspecto! 

C. P. R.. res El I ice cor Royal av 
Andrews W. M.. car inspector C.P.Ii 

Andrzegewski J. W., prop, 
City Brewery, res Agnes n\ 
j Douglas. Tel 40 

j Anfinson Enfred, tciimstc;' Mainlaii;- 
I Transl'er stables, bds Cleveland hdl. 
; Archibald Alexander, carpenter, Pi! 
! ham nr Clinton 
j Arcliibiild Wm.. contractor,re.sP(lli;ir 
j nr Clinton 

AriMstroiig A. J., bookkeeper for \\.} 
j Armstrong, res Columbia 

! Armstrong & Eckstein bar 

ristcrs, solicitors, notaries puhli 
etc., Armstrong block, Columbi; 
Tel 64 

Armstrong Elizabeth, wid David (i 

res Pelliam cor Clinton 
Armstrong George, 2nd jailor Nt» 

Westminster jail 
Armstrong James, Burnette S,i« 

Mill Co., res North Road Sapporli; 
Armstrong Joseph Charles, pres Nf 

Westminster k Rurrard Inlet Tt't 

phone Co., res Merivillo cor AgiiO! 
Armstrong J. v., Burnette Saw Mii 
Arm.-trong R. J., grocer and crockerj 

Coumbia, res same. Tel 18 



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iik^mith for Thoj, | 

1 Farmers home 
iiPSHengcr Bk ci' 
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>rman, res Condot 'I 
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J. W., prop, 
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r, carpenter, Ft! 

tr:iclor,resPellia' 

ok keeper for E.Jl 
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2n(l jailor 5- 

Biirnetto l?.i» 
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;harles, pres Ni;' 
lurard Inlet Td 
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iirnetto Suw Mii 
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Lrmstrong R. W., of Armstrong & 

Eckstein, res cor Mary and 

Queen's av 
Lrmstrong T. J., deputy sheriff, res 

Agnes nr Mackenzie 
Armstrong W.L,, sawer Burnette Saw 

Mill Co. 
Lrmstrong W. J., J. P., sheriff County 

of Westminster and agent Imperial 

Fire Ins Co. 
Lsh T. G., Barnette Saw Mill Co. 
bylum. Tel 9 

Ltkinson Henry, bds Farmers home 
Ltkinson T. C, barrister and police 

ma^i8trate,Mu30nic building, Colum- 
bia, res Agnes E. bot Clement and 

Mary 
Ltlas Ass. Co., of London. Major & 

Pearson, agents 
Lustin C, tireman C. P. R. 
Austin Charles, carpenter 
Lustin Charles, fireman C. P. 11., res 

Povvel av nr Clinton 
Lustin D. R., wharlinger VV.Il. Austin, 

res Mary st 
lustin John, bds Farmers home 
Lustin W. R., wharf. Front, res 

Port Moody road. Tel 11 
Siiiley Richard, res Albert Crescent 
8ain Daniel, bds Farmers home 
3ain David, carpenter for R. B. Boll, 

res St Andrew 
iuin Lewis, carpenter for R. B. Bell, 

res Edinbourg 

laker Bros. & Co., general 
wholesale merchants^ im- 
porters, shippers and com. 
agents, room 2 Bank of 
B.C. building, Columbia 

Jaker John Percival Hindle, of Baker 

Bros. & Co., res Queen's av cor 

Mary 
kker Samuel Hindle, of Baker Bros. 

k Co., res Liverpool, Bng. 
Jaker R. H., capt. str. " Gipsy," R. 0, 

P. Co., res St Patrick st 



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COLONIAL. BLOCK, 

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Baker Wm., baker for J. D, Kelly 
Baldwin rev. Thos., pastor Olivet 

Baptist church. Queen's av cor 

Ellice 
Ballantyne J. B., salesman Walker & 

Shadwell, res Columbia 

Bank of British Columbia, 
I. B. Fisher, manager, Col- 
umbia cor Mary. Tel 13 

Bank of Montreal, CD. Brym- 
ner, mgr, Columbia. Tel 6 

Barns James, cabinetmaker 

Barr William, drayman Mainland 

Transfer Stables, bJs Merchants Ex- 
change 
Barry John, bookkeeper Roid & Curry, 

res Agnes bet Mary and Clement 
Bass David, Douglas nr Royal av 
Bassetto Mar}' Miss, Royal av 
Batt Peter,slaughterman for Manahan, 

North Ann Road 
Bait R. H., butcher Stephen Manahan, 
Bautlre rev, J. M., O.M.I., res Bishop's 

Palace 
Bayliss Joseph, jr., nr North Arm Rd 
Bayliss Joseph, sen., bricklayor,North 

Arm Road 
Bayliss Mary Ann Miss, nr North 

.Arm Road 
Beadle Wm., bricklayer, Pelham nr 

Clinton 
Beaton Catherine Miss, emp. Caledoaui 

hotel 
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Beattic John, caHhior C.P.R. Depot 

Beecher C. M., of Rojal City Planing 
Mills Co., DouglaH nr A<j;nc3 

Beer Jamoe, grocerioH, provisions and 
cooper shop, Columbia 

BoffgB & Hoard, merchant tailors, 
Columbia 

BeggH W. P., of ^Beggs k Hoard, res 
Colombia 

Bell Alexander, clerk Bank of Mont- 
real, res Carnarvon 

Boll Emeline A. Miss, teacher Sapper- 
ton school, North Road, Sapper ion 

Boll Mrs. James, North Road, Sap- 
perton 

Bell R. B., baildor and contractor, 
Columbia, res Douglas 

Bell-lrving, Patterson & Co.| 

importers, shipping agents, whole- 
sale and com. merchantK, Armstrong 
Block, Columbia. Tel. 85 

Bolyea Harry, driver Dickinson k 

Binnie, bds Central hotel 
Bender Jacob, bds Caledonia hotel 
Bennett Chas., barber, res 101 Colum- 
bia 
Benoist A. A., of Benoist & Son 
Benoist A. S., of Benoist k Son 
Benoist k Son, boat builders 
Benson H., millhand RC.P. Mills 
Benson Henry, R.C.P. Mills Co., 
North Arm Road 



Bently Richard Irving, M.D., 

medicii) supt B.C. asylum, medical 
official Provincial jail, surgeon Royal 
(Jolumbia Hospital, res Asylum 
grounds 

Betit James, milkman, Sapperton 

Best Joseph, Sapperton 

Best Robert, Sapperton 

Biekell C.P., R.C.P. Mills Co. 

Bilodeau P.O., prop Depot Hotel, 
45 Columbia 

Rinnio Thos,, of Dickinson k Binnie, 

bds Colonial hotel 
Birney George, laborer, bds Eickhoft 

House 
Bishop of New Westminster, Rt. Re?. 

A. W. Sillitoo, D.D., res Clement av 
Bishop's Palace, Bishop of B. C, 

Rt. Rev. L. J. D'HerbomcK, O.M.I. 

vicar-apostolic B.C. 
Black J. B. M. Mrs., widow, Provost ni 

Douglas 
Black James, waiter Club Saloon 
Black John F., bricklayer, res Ferris 

nr Dallas 
Black Norrie, carpenter, bds Agnen 

nr Ellice 

Blaikle J. M., prop Steamboat Ex- 
change, res Begbie cor Provost 

Blakely G., R.C.P. Mills Co. 
Blakoley George, R.C.P. Mills Co, 

rea Agnes nr Ellice 
Blane T. L., R.C.P. Mills Co. 
Blee William, res Agnes nr Ferris 
Bloomfield Henry, plumber H. M. 

Cunningham, Royal av nr Douglas 
Board of Trade, rooms in Masonic and 

Oddfellows Block, res Columbia coi 

McKenzie 
Bole hon. Wm. Norman, County 

Court judge, res Mary nr Agnes 
Bolton Hugh, engineer, res Agnes nr 

Ellico 
Bonson Jas., carpenter, res Carnarvon 

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)n8on Lewis Francis, of K. Brown & 
Co., ro» Carnarvon nr Eliotl 
)nson Robt., carpenter, Carnarvon nr 
Elliott 

^oolh PVaiilc, fireman New Westmin- 
ster Gas Works, res Edinburgh 
)rrie Mrs., weaver, res Front 

lorwick Mrs., waitress Now Grotto 
Hotel, res Mackoneio 
)urne Fredorick,correspon<]ont Nows 
A(lvortiser,offico Mackenzie, res Si. 
John cor Queen's av 

|«vill & Boss, architects and real 
estate, Columh ^ 

|ovill Wheatley, of Bovill & Hohh, 
res Douglas 

^owen G., express driver Dom. E.k 
press Co. 

(owcn George, bds Farmers 
Home 

■)wie John, bds Hoi brook Hoase 
jycott W. H., clerk E.C.P.M. 

Irad Charlef, cigarmakcr Mainland 
cigar factory 

radley M.A., barber shop, Columbia, 
i rooms Agnes 

i-adshaw B. W., railway contractor, 
I Mary bet Trew and Agnes 
ramah J. F., rooms Queen's av cor 
[Mary 

lay D. Mrs., dressmaker Walker & 
[Shadwell, res Douglas 
ray David, jr.,carp«;nter, res Douglas 
tnr Provost 

k-ay David, sen., carpenter, res Doug- 
lias nr Provost 

Vay Minnie Miss, dressmaker Walker 
Ift Shadwell, res Douglas 
readner Robt., emp. Ross, McLaren 
A Co., ros Sapper ton 
renchley Arthur, emp. Van Volken- 
lburgh,res Edinburgh cor North Arm 
iRoad 

ronchley Charles 8„ emp. Reid & 
jCurrie, Edinburgh cor North Arm 
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Bnchley Edith Miss, res Edinburgh 
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Bionchley Edwin, bookkeeper T. J. 

Tnipp & Co., res Edinburgh cor 

North Arm R()a<l 
Brenrhley John M., farmer 
Brenchley Wm. Edwaid, farmer, rea 

Edinburgh cor North Arm Roatl 
Brcnnan J. R., .saloon, 99 Columbia 
Brow Arthur, butcher, bds 137 Front 
Brewster James, bartender Merchants 

Exchange 
Briar A.,R.C.r.M. Co. 

Briggs Capt. Thomas L.y 

agoui C.P.N. Co., Front, res Royal 
av cor Mcrivalo 

Brighousc Siiiiiuel Mrs., res Royal ar 
Lano. Tel 82 

Brine Alfred John, clerk Mrs. Wm. 
Rjie, res t-timc 

Bnno (jeorgo, clerk Mrs. Wm. Rae,re8 
same 

British America Asnuvance Co. of Tor- 
onto, Mathers &Milligan, agents 

Briti-^h Columbian, Daily and 
Weekly, Kennedy Bros., 
props, Columbia. Tel 27 

British Cclumbia Insane Asy- 
lum, Dr. R. I. Bentley, medi- 
cal supt, Columbia East. Tel 9 

British ColumblaPenitentiary,. 

Arthur IL McBride, J. P., warden^ 
Columbia E. Tel 35 
Bromley Wm., machinist, bds HoL 
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Brooks Andrew, nlachini^'t, res Front 
Broomfiold Cli.'irics, laborer 
Brown A.,8crew turner B.S.M. Co. 

Brown C. E. C.yLL.D.,Co!um- 

bia, Bank of B. C. buiUling, res 
Clement nr Pclhani 

Brown E., k Co., liquors wholesale and 

retail, L. F. Bf)nson, m^;r 
Brown G., R. C. P. Mills Co. 
Brown TI., R. C. P. Mills Co. 
Brown Hastings, driver F. ,1. Trapp & 

Co., res Douglas 
Brown James, einp. Stephen Manahan, 

bds Central hotel 

Brown John Cunninghanr 

])Ostmaster, and mayor of New \Vi-,-i 
luliistei', res Merivalo nr U.irnarvon 

Brown John, bils Farmorrf Homo 

Brown Joseph, builder, roa Douglas nr 
Montreal 

Brown Leo, driver for A. &E. W. Mc- 
Innes . 

Bruce — , carpenter, res Agnes nr Fer- 
ris 

Bruce Alex., teiim8terC)r [[enry Elliott, 
res Columbia 

Brunette Saw Mill Co., Ltd., J. 
B. Kennedy, president ; H.L. 
D eBeck, mgr, Sapperton. 
Tel 24 

JBruTiBkill Wharton, Carnarvon nr 
Elliott 



Brydone Jack A.C., M. A., bar- 
rister and solicitor, Htinley Blk. 
Columbia, roa Mary 

Brymner George Douglas, 

manager Bank of Montreal, Park 
Lano. Tol 37 

BryBon Bates, blacksmith for Sulley, 

Royal av nr EUice 
Bryeon J. B., of Suiley & Bryson, les 

Royal av 
Bryson M., R. C. P. Mills Co. 
Bryson Melville, R. C. P. Mills Co. 
Buck J., roofer E. S. Seoul lar & Co. 
Buckland Robert, builder, ros Mon- 
treal nr St Andrews 
Buckler Alfred, cooper, bds Farmen 

Home 
Buckley Eli, apprentice H. M. Cun 

ningham & Co. 
Buckley James, res Royal av corEllice 
Budden Frank, bartender Club saloon 
Buic Malcolm, teamster, bdH Farmci':! 

Home 
Burgess John, res Armstrong v.i 

Blackwood 
Burk Henry, omp. ros Farmers Home 
Biirnctte Ada Miss, res Mary cot 
I Queen's ave 

' rturiiettc David, res Holbrook nr Feriii 
Ijurnette Florence Miss, ros Mury cor 

Queen's av 
Burnette George J., music teacher, r« 

Mary cor Queen's av 
Burnette Ceo. T., drugi^ist, Colurubii 

cor Douglas, res cor Mary anJ 

Queen's av 
Burnet te Harold, emp. Columbia office, 

res Mary cor Queen's av 
Hiniiet te Sarah Miss, Mary cor Quocii'i 
B iriis Egerton, contractor, Lome cor 

Provost 
Hui fis William Henry, res Royal avi 

nr EUice 
Burr A>ldie Miss, res Queen's ave ni 

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Purr Benjamin, guard B. C. Peniten 

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Burr Emma Miss, res Queen's avo nr 
I Doufjlas 

iKurrHugh, res Queen's «v nr Doiij^las 
IjBurr Joseph, 3rd jailor Now VVeslmin- 
■jter Prov. Jail, res Royal av 
Cain J. C, bds Farmers JI )me 
[!al(iwell John L., book keeper '• Colum- 
bian" office, res ('iement nr Aijnes 

Caledonia Hotel, R. VV. Mcintosh, 
prop, res Front 

''.iilvio Mrs., weaver, res Sapperton 
Cambridf,'e J., R. (). P. Mills CIo. 
Cambridge James Ji>hn, res Columbia 

opp. St Peter's church 
CJameron Annie Miss, dressmaker, 113 

Columbia, res Clinton 
|Cameron Daniel A., cabinetmaker for 
W.E. Fales, res Trew corMackenzie 
Diimeron Doui^las, bds Faj'mcrs Home 
lamoron J. M., blacksmith for Sulley 
& Bryson, res Mary 
iCameron James John, Sapporton 
ramoron John, bds Farmers Home 
Campbell Albert, etnp. Bank ol" Mon- 
treal, res Agnes E nr Marj' 
lampbell Alliert Edward, clerk Ogle, 
Campbell & Co., res Agnes 
Campbell Alex,, driver tor McColl, bds 

Eickhoff House 
]!ampbeli Alexander, R. C. P. Co., res 

North Arm road 
>mpbell Alfred Oliver, Ogle, Camp 
bell & Freeman, res Agnes E nr 
Mary 



Campbell C. Stewart, printer Colum- 
bian, res St John opp. Centra! school 

Campbell Douglas A., cabinetmaker, 
Wintemute Bros., bds Farmers 
Home 

Campbell Katherine Miss, tailoress, res 
Roya\ av 

Campbell M. A,, bds Farmers Home 

Campbell Oliver, of Ogle. Campbell & 
Co., rooms Russell House 

Campbell Samuel J., R. C. P. M. Co., 
Holbrook nr Ferris 

Canadian Pacific Railway, R- 
F. Anderson, agent. Tel OO 

Canadian Pacific Navigaticn 
Co., New Westminster 
Whaif, Thomas L. Briggs, 
agent 

Canadian Pacific Railway 
Telegraph office, H. A. Wil- 
son, local manager, Colunn- 
bia 

C. P. R. Wharf, Front opp, 
C. P. R. station 

Ciinnitt' Edgar, harnossmaker, res St. 
John nr Queen's av 

Cantoll RdwanI, sect V to Bishop of New 
Westminster,res Clement cor Carnar- 
von 

Canton In-=.office(Marine),Lowenberg , 
Harris & Co., agents,Colonial bloclc 



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Card Corn Miss, rea Royal av opp. Clin- 
ton 

(Tnrd D. W. Mrs., Royal av, opp. Clin- 
ton 

Card Lida Bell Miss, ros Royal av opp 
Clinton 

(!ard Lillie Miss, run Royal av opp 
Clinton 

Caroy Maria, widow Jatnew, Columbia 

Carlow Wilmot,upholstorer Winteinute 
Bros., res Royal ave nr Clement 

Carrie Thomas, salesman James Cun- 
nin^ham.res Columbia 

Carroll W. J., guard B. C. Peniten- 
tiary 

Cartwright A., R. C. P. M. Co. 

(Jartwright G. A., R. C. P. M. Co. 

Carty John, policeman, res Doui;la8 nr 
Agnes 

C:i8e P. H., pressman Columbian 

Cash James, of Stewart & Cash, res 
Douglas 

Cassidy J., bookkeeper, bds Depot 
hotel 

Castle Alfred, bds Occidental restau- 
rant 

Central hotel, Stewart & Cash.Columbia 
nr Douglas 

Central school, boys, W. C. Coatham, 
principal, rew Royal ave bet Mary 
and St John 

Chamberlain H. C, woodworker Sully 
& Bryson, res Melbourne 

Chambers James, laborer, bds Depot 
hotel 



('li.'iiiilti'i's Jaiiu's, cook R ('. iiisjiiu 

A>yliim 
Cliuppol — , luborpr. Eilinburgli ^'" 
Cliappio Siiruh Mins, emp woolen railN 
Chiirbonnuuii John,omp. Ro^jm, McLarci, 

k ('(>., Sapporton 
Charlton A., bds Farmers Homo ^»' 
CliurtorH Air., planer B. S. M. Co. "''; 
Charters Tlios. llcni-y, bookkeeper, r(> 

Church 
Chan re J. W., bds Farmers Home 
ChiiKO Stephen, bds Farmers Home 
Cliorry J. B., solicitor, Mackonzio nr 

Ciarkson, res Douglas 
Chest lay William, carpenter for R. B 

Bell 
Chfcstney — , carpenter, bds Church 
Chirouso rev. Kiig., O.M.I., pastor In- 
dian church, res the Mission, Miitsqiii 
Chisholm John, clerk for James Learaj, 

res Mary 
ChurchillS., R. C.P. M.Co. 

City Brewery, J. W.AndrzeJew' 
ski, prop, Agnes nr Doug I as. 
Tel40 

City Hall and Council Chambers, Mac- 
kenzie nr Agnes. Tel. 10 
City hotel, 135 Columbia 

City of London Fire Ins. Co., 
Woods, Turner & Gamble, 
agents 

Clair Mabel Miss, .3 Black ie 
Chmson Wm., millhand B. S. M. Ci 
Clark A., R. C. P. M. Co. 
Clark A. J., R. C. P. M. Co. 
Clark Albert, R. C. P. M. Co., Agnes n: 

Mary 
Clark E., bds Farmers Home 
Clark Harry, sausage maker, bds Occ; 

dental hotel 
Clark Laura Miss, res Agnes nr Man 
Clark Lillian Miss, milliner Ellard it 

Co., res Pel ham cor Douglas 
Clark R. W., prmter Truth, bds Queens 

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).M.I., parttor Ir-^;| 
MiHHion, Matsqiii '| 
ibr Jamen Leamv. 

M. Co. 

ir.AndrzeJew' 
8 nr Douglas. 

I Chambers, Mac 
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'ire Ins. Co., 
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vnd B. S. M. Cn 

Co. 

Nt. Co. 

M. Co., Agnes i:: | 

H Home 
maker, bds Occ: 

I Agnea nr Mary I 
nUliner Ellard i 
Douglas 
\uth, bds Queen ( 



lark Sadie Mibr, 3 Blaekie 

bark William, Bhoomaker for JamoB 

[Rousseau, Agnes nr Mary 

kelland Mrs. Mary Jane, prop Cleve- 

[land hotel 

lellnnd ThoraaH, bartender Cleveland 

Iho ol 

leirtontHO., R. C. P.M. Co. 

leveland hotel, Mrs. Mury Jane Clel- 

lland, prop, Columbia 

low C. H., of Clow & Maclurc, rca Mel 

I bourne 

[low A Maclure, architectSf 
;olumbia,BkofB.C.Building 

|nb ealoon and rentaurant, Alex. J* 
rdmie, prop, Columbia 
lute John S., law student with F. G. 
[Walker, re,s Polham cor St John 

jluteJohn Stilwell, collector 
md inspector of customs, 

leurveyor and registrar of shipping, 
land acting collector of Inland 
JKevcnue 

Into W. C, salfi.^man W. k d. Wol- 
Ifenden, res Polham cor St John 
)atham William C, principal Central 
|Bcho()l, St John opp Central school 
Ibb George Henry, carpenter R. C. P. 
JM. Co., St. Andrew's sq nr Eliico 
thran R. F., driver Wc><t minster 
Jrewery, res North Road, Sapper ton 
kffman George, bartender Cleveland 
(hotel 
}kev George, bds Farmore Home 



Cole \ R.C.P.M. Co. 

Cole Lcoi J., clerk W. J. Walker & Co., 

bds M.'viy 
Collier Wm., cigarmaker 
C< I .or William, Grotto saloon, 99 Col- 

umbin 
Colonial hotel, Westcott & Raymond, 

Coir, m bia. Tel. 39 
Columbia hospital, Asylum Grounds 

Columbian, daily, Kennedy 
Bros., pubs., Columbia 

Commercial Union Fire Insur- 
ance Co. of London, Rand 
Bros., agents 

Comner George, carpenter, North Arm 

Road 
Confederation Life Assn. of Toronto, 

Major & Pearson, agents, Columbia 
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, 

Loweiiberg, Harris & Co., ageritH 
Conner George, carpenter for R. B. Boll, 

ro."i Douglas 
(!onner .lames, North Arm Road 
('onnolly George, (fook Farmers Homo 
Connor Jennie Miss, clerk P. O., res 

Douglas 
Cook E. Mrs., wid Thoma.*, Agnes R 
Cook James Thomas, barber, Agnos K 
Cook W., tallyman B. S. M. Co. 
Cooksloy W. T., assl. city clerk, ros 

Agnos nr Ferris 
Colo — , Walker & Co., bds Mary nr 

Clnrkson 
Cooney J., boom tender B. 3. M. 



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Reof Estate Brokers, &c. 

. COLOXIAL BLOCK, 

NetD Westminster, B.C . 

Cooper Albert, emp. A. Hamilton, res 

Clarkson 
Cooper Geo. capt., res rear of Agnes 

nr Baptist church 
Cooper II. M,, M.D., oflSce and res 

Church. Tel 78 
Cooper Oliver, apprentice H. M. Cun- 
ningham & Co. 
Cooper M. C, engine turner C.P.R. 
Copp Percy G., gravel roofing, doiiler 

iu asphalt 
Corhett W. J., tinsmith, Front, res 

Queen's av nr Msiry 
Corbould Gordon E., of Corbould, Mc- 

CoU & Jenns, res St. Patrick 

Corbould, McColl & Jenns, 

barristers, Masonic block. Tel 26 
Cosens Thomas, gasfitter, rear of Agnes 

nr Baptist church 
Cota Philip, res Edinburgh nr Koyal 

avenue 
Cottingham M., barkeeper, 107 Col- 
umbia 
Cotton A. F., city engineer, assessment 

commissioner and treasurer, res 

Patrick 
Courlial A. P]., driver, res Columbia 
Couthard Fred. J., clerk Richards & 

Mackintosh, res Carnarvon 
Coutts Alex., trade instructor B.C. 

penitentiary, res Albert Crescent nr 

Columbia 
Cox J. S., steward R. C. P. M., res 

Edinburgh 
Cox John, R. C. T. M., res London 



Crake Tred., watchmaker and 

mnfg jeweller, 125 Columbia, n* 

Queen's av nr Douglas 
Crandall A. E., R. C. P. M. Co. 
Ciandall 0., R. C. P. M. Co. 
Crawford Wm., machinist Ross, Mc- 

Laren & Co., re.x Sapper ton 
Crcighton D., carpenter, bdsHolbrook 

House 
Cross Gerald Hci-bert, of Cro8.s k 

Poingdestre, res Columbia 

Cross & Poingde8tre,tobaccO' 
nists; choicest imported 
cigars, pipes, cigarettes and 
smoking tobacco, Columbia 
nr Church 

Crow Andrew, carpenter for R. B. Boll 

res St, Andrew.s 
Crowe Andrew J., carpenter, res Pel- 
ham nr Ellico 
Crown Timber office, T. C. Higginsoii, 

agent, P. O. building 
Culbert James, lath sawyer B. S, M. 
Cummings Allen, blacksmith, Agnes E. 

nx" Elliott 
Cummings Allen, watchman C. P. N, 

Co's wharf, res Agnes 
Cunningham Alex. James, of H. X 

Cunningham & Co., res Queens 

av nr St.John 
Cunningham George, jr., clerk, it< 

Royal av nr El lice 
Cunningham George, gen blacksmith 

and horseshoer, res Pel ham ci 

Ellice 

Cunningham H. M., A Co., 
importers hardware, stoves 

and tinware, tinsmiths, plumbws 
and gasfitters, Columbia C!,r Bigby, 
Tel 41 

Cunningham Henry M., of H. M. Ciin 



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Clement 



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Cunningham James, importor 

of hardware, etovoH, paints, oiln, 
glass, etc., Columbia, res Agnes nr 
Lome. Tel 23 

Cunningham May Miss, Pelham cor 

[ Ellice 

[junningham Thos. M., of H. M. 

Cunningham & Co., res Pelham nr 
. Clement 

BunninghamThos., Pelham nr Clement. 
[ Tel 69 

Burran P. B., guard B.C. penitentiary 
Carrie Alex., il. C. P. M. Co., resEoyal 
I av nr Ellice 

lurrie Mary E. Miss, teacher West 
I End school, res Koyal av 
feurrie Wm. C, of Keid & Currie, res 

Queen's av nr Ellice 

^urtis D. 8., & Co., druggists 

'tvholcgalc and retail^ and lump 
goods, 111 Columbia. Tel 43 

Curtis David Samuel, of D. .S. Curtin & 
Co., res Agnes cor John 

^ustom House, John 8. Cliite, 

J collector, P. O. building 

lutlerE., bricklayer, bds Occidental 

I restaurant 

lyrus C. D., painter, bds Holbiook 

I House 

Jalia^ J., gla/Jer R C. P. M. 

alraagc Frank, bds Farmers Home 

arling Oscar E., clerk P. O., bds 

Mary 

lasbwood Jones Wm.A., greengrocer, 
I Columbia, res Douglas nr Agnes 
lavidsun Dicey Miss, first asst teacher 
iGirl:' Central school, res Pelham cor 

I Douglas 

favidbon Wm., harness maker, res St 

John 

avie Charts, gen. secy. Y. M. C. A., 

res Agnes cor Douglas 

Bvis Frank, clerk W. H. Vianen, res 

North Arm road 



BIOMIS & HACKCfim 

Reaf Estate Brokers, &c. 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Ncto Westminster, B.C. 



Davis Fred., clerk W, H. Vianen, res 

North Arm road 
Davis J. F., Pt. (^. P. M. Co. 
Davison Wm., harnes.s maker Douglas 

& Deighlon. St. John cor Queen's av 
Daykor Wm., Holbrook nr Ferris 
l>ean J. R. C. bds Farmers Home 
DeBcck Clarence H., director B. S. M. 

Co., res Sapperton 
DeBcck Elizabcih Mrs.,wid Warren, reg 

Pclhiim nr Clinton 

DeBecIc Ht L., mgr Brunette Saw 

Mills i'li. (Lid,), res Eoyal av 



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?.fiss, dressmaker. 



113 Coliiinbiji 
hoi.erh"".* K'iwiivd B., oper C. P. E., 

bds iMary cor Trow 
Deniboii J., tail trimmer B. S. M. 

Depot Hotel, P. O. Bilodortn,prop, 

Columbia 
Dcrrat Chas. M., trade int-triictor B.C. 

penitentiary 
DesBrisay Alexander, groceries, etc., 

(yolunihia, res Pelham cor Douglas 

Tel. 74 
DesBrisay Ella Mis.", milliner Ellard 

& Co., I'es Pelham cor Douglas 
DesBrisay Helena Miss, Pelham cor 

Douglas 
Descotern M., millhand B. S. M. Co. 
Detro Florence Miss, Provost cor Doug- 
las 
Dovoy Fred., B. S. M. Co. 
Devoy John, shoemaker, Front, res 

Sapperton 



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/?eflr/ Estofe Brokers, &c. 

COLONIAL BliOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 



DeWolf Smith W.A., M.D., acting sur- 

ffoon B. C. penitentiary 
D'Hovbomcz Et. Rev. L. J , CM. I., 

vicar apostolic of B. 0., res Bishop's 

Palace 

Dickinson & Binnie. Tel 92. 
Trucic & Dray Co., dealers 
in wood, coal, etc., and agts 
Evans, Coieman A Evans, 
Front opp C.P.N. Co. wharf- 
Tel- res 71. 'S^arfp. 

Diclcinson & Co.,butcl)cnH, Colum- 
bia. Tel. 50 

DickiiiHon Dunstan, clerk Zed Hall, 
Armstrong cor Elliott 

Dickinson Florence Mis8, res Arm- 
glrong cor Elliott 



Dickinson James, laborer, bds Eiekhol 

house 
Dickinson Mrs., widow Robert, lei 

Armstronf^ cor Elliott 
Dickinson Sophia Miss, res Armstrong 

c«>r Elliott 
Dickinson W. E., of Dickinson & Bin. | 

nie, res A«,ne8 nr Ellice 
Dickinson W. W., manager Dickincouj 

& Ci>., res Carnarvon 
Dickinson William, ro« Armstrong cor I 

Elliott 
Dififby Charles, steward Royal Colurj. 

bia Hospital, North Road, Sapper. 

ton 
Dillas James, glazier R.C.P.M., res Col. i 

umbia opp St. Peter's church 
Dingell Hairy, R.C. P.M., res Columbij 1 

opp St. Peter's church 
Dilniars J.V. capt., bJs Farmers Home 
Dockriil Mottie Miss, 2nd asst. toachn 

BoyH* Central School 
Domani Henry, bottler Morley 
Dominion Express Co., R. P. Andcreon 



agent 



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Dominion Lands office, P. 
Building 

Dominy Thomas, constable, res Agnei 

nr Ferris 
Donahue C, upholsterer Wintemuii 

Bros. 



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DKAI.KKS IN 

ZIME, PLASTER, CEMENT, COAL, WOOD 

&c., &c., &c. 



AGENTS F OR EVANS, COLEMAN &. EVANS. 
Office— FRONT STREET— Opp. CPN. Oo.'s Wharf, 

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house 
[onnoUy Samuel, painter, bds Farmers' 
homo 

)iii,'las Benjamin, of Doutflas & 
[Doi"hton, res Curnaijvon nr Mori vale 
I Tel. 53 

)ttglas Diivid, farmer, res Provost nr 
Mary 
)Ui?his & Doii?hton, harness and sad- 

lery, 105 Columbia. Tel 53 
)ulenviUle rev. A., O.M.I. , director 

; Louis CoUej^e 
)w William, tallyman B.S.M. Co. 
Dyle James, guai-d B.C. penitentiary 
hiicoj., R.C.P.M.CO. 
taper Catherine Miss, res Royal av 

Clement 

}aper Hester Miss, res Royal ave nr 
iClemeiit 

raper James Nelson, secretary 

West minster Woolen mills, Royal ave 
ir Clement 
bnpcr William Nelson, ajjfont O.R. & 
^0,. and whartinsfer James Wise. 



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fummond K. F., Ty, mail clerk, res 

unos E nr Elliott 
lummond Hose Miss, res Carnarvon 

ir Blackwood 

fsilalo Daniel, emp. Canoo Pass 

lanningCo., res Mary bet Trewaiul 

Lgr\e8 

[ican W. A., bookkeeper R. C. P. M. 

3o., res Queen's ave nr Douglau 



filGHABDS ^& MAGBSH, 

Pea/ Estate Brokers, &c, 

COLONIAL block:, 

Neto Westminster, B.C . 



Dunlop Alexander, bds Farmers' 

home 
Dunlop William, carpenter, St John 

cor Royal ave 
nunnC.C, R.C.P.M. 
Dunn Gcor<;o T., te imster Royal ave 

nr Douglas 
Dunn L., RC.P. 
Durien right rev. P.P., O.M.T., coa l- 

jutor bishop, res Bishop's palace 
Kades Harry, barber shop, Front, res 

same 
E;irle K J ward, carpenter, res Sapper- 
ton 
Eastman Charles, upholsterer, St 

John opp Central school 
Ebnan Fiederick, painter Charles 

Murray, bils Ann'riean hotel 
Rckstein I^. P., of Armstrong & E^-k. 

stein, res cor Mary !ind Queen's nv 
E Idie F., toiimsior, Royal ave nr Ellice 
Edmcmds H, V",, real ostuto and insur- 
ance, Cobnntiia, res Queen's ave. 

Tel. 5-J 
Ednionds Henry L., law student, res 

Queen's ave 
Kduionds W. Humphries, law student, 

res (Jueen's ave 
ElwardsC, R.C.P. M. 
Edwards Chariot leMinile Miss, Ellice 
Edwards D.iisy Miss, Ellice 
llidwards b](l\vin, carpenter, Roj'id avo 



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Edwards Harry J., R. C. P. M., Ellico 



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Real Estate Brokers, &c. 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Ncto Westminster, B.C. 



Edwards Oscar, stevedore, bds Eickhoff 

house 
EdwardsW. H., jruard Prov jail, Ellice 
Edwards William H., Ist convict guard 

Prov, jail, res St Andrews 
Eickhoff" Chippy, emp. Stephen Mana- 

han 
Eickhoff Frederick, gon. store 23 Front, 

res Provost opp Begbie 

Eickhoff house, King & Kcery, 
props. Front 

Eickhoff W. E., messenger C.P.T., res 
Clinton 

Ellard James, & Co., dry goods, 

clothing and gents' furnishings, J. W. 
Harvey, mgr, 127 Columbia cor 
Mary. Tel. 44 

Ellard Sidney, clerk Ellard & Co., res 

Agnes 
Elliott Emily Mrs., widow Edward, res 

Dickinson nr Elliott 
Elliott Florence Miss, Dickinson nr 

Elliott 

Elliott Henry, teaming wood and 

coal for sale, Columbia cor Douglas, 

res Douglas cor Agnes 
Emerson L., waiter, 107 Columbia 
English M. M., of English & Co., 

Phoenix Canning Co., Merivale cor 

Dickin on 
English Minnie Mies, Merivale cor 

Dickinson 



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English Vii'gie Miss, Merivale cor 

DicKinson 
Eiickson T, S., laborer, bds Farmer. lil 

home 
Evans Chas. E., butcher Van Volken ii 

burgh, res Elliott nr Carnarvon '^ - 

Evans, Coleman A Evans, coalfi 
clealers,Dickinson A Binnie i 
agents. Front oppC.PiN. CoJ 
wharf 

Ewen Alexander, of Evven & Co., reif 
Bcgbie 

Ewen & Co., props Lion can- 
nery, office Front 

Exhibition building, Park 

Pelbam 
Fagan Charles; M.D., surgeon S.^ 

Mary's hospital, res Blackwood opp, 

College. Tel 20 -^ 

Falding W. II., Supremo and Countv \ 

Court registrar, res Clinton 

Fales Wm. Ellery, furniture ani 
undertaker, 73 Columbia, res Trew 
bet Mary and Mackenzie 

Fallowtield Isabel Miss, dressmakci 
Walker & Shadwell, res Douglas 

Farmers' home,W.H. Hoiden, 
prop, formerly of Toronto, 

Churcli 

Fayard rev. J. M., O.M.I., presided 

St Louis college 
Feen Con., harnessmaker Douj'')""* 

Deighton, res Begbie 
Feeney Ci., head sawyer R.C.P JI., xt 

Ellice 
Felix J. B., tinner E. S. Scoullar 1 

Co. 
Ferguson A., res Royal av nr Ellice 
Ferguson A. H., R.C.P.M. 
Ferguson John, prop bakery, Dougk 

res same 
Ferris W. D., coroner 
Field James H., operator C.P.E,T, 

bds Mary nr Clarkson 



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Evvon & Co., resl 



Sennes Clinton Henderson, mgr for 
F O. Walker, Clarkson 
lindlay R, B.C.P.M. 

[inlalson W. H., mgr Lowen- 

I berg, Harris & Co., res Carnarvon. 

[Tel 8G 

Bnn Cornelius, saddler, bds Begbie nr 

[Columbia 

bniganP.,RC.P.M. 

jre hall, Tel 60 

Isher C. C, clerk Prov Land oflSco 

jSher I. B.y mgr Bank of B. C, 

Ibds Queen'rt hotel 
^zgeraid Edward, plasterer, North 
\.rm road 

ggerald Jas., keeper B. C. Peniten- 
tiary 

"asimmons James, deputy warden 
J.C. penitentiary, res name 
Cck Pony, bdw FarmorH' home 
kcher Sidney A., accountant, Cor- 
bould, McCoil & Jenns, res Pclham 
Ar Clinton 

bwers James, bds Farmers' home 
^x Geo. John, Royal av nr Douglas 
James, R.C.P.M., res Eoyal nr 
)ougla8 

bro. James, O.M.I., prof. St 
„.s college 

[ Lyman, capt. 0. W. Gilley & Co.'s 
Iteamer " Cluranort " 
rester J., R.C.P.M. 
rester James, carpenter, res St 
orge's square nr Mary 
lestei- John, E.C.P.M. 
jester William, R.C.P.M., St. 
eorge's square nr Mary 
iyth J., R.C.P.M. 

lune James R., engineer, Pro- 
tetcor Bogbie 

[ids P. J., salesman H. T. Read & 
J., bds Colonial 
lier Thos., bartender Depot 



iOlBBS k MAGMOl 

Rea/ Estate Brokers, &c, 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Ncit) Westminster, B.C. 

Fox S. E.. R.C.P.M. 

Fox W. W., city editor " Truth," bds 

Queen's hotsl 
Eraser Alexander, R.C.P.M. 
Eraser Alex., grocer, Columbia, res 

Mary nr Claj'kson 
Eraser A., R.C.P.M. 
Eraser A. M..R.C.P.M. 
Eraser Annie Miss, dressmaker Wil- 
liams & Rasuro 
Eraser Edward, bartender Eickhoff 

house 
Eraser James Mrs., Elliott nr Columbia 
Eraser Jnmes, driver M. C. McKcen & 

Son, res Mary 
Eraser J. D,, tinsmith H. M. Cunning- 
ham & Co. 
Eraser J. S. C, acct Bank of Montreal, 

ros Mary 
Fraser John, teamster B.S.M. 
Eraser Nellie Miss, dressmaker Wil- 
liams & Rasuro 
Fraser Nor man, clerk Grant & Maclure, 

res Elliott nr Columbia 
Fraser Wallace, driver A. Des Brisay, 

res Pelham cor Douglas 
Eraser William, Royal av cor Ellico 
Freeman Ralph P., of Ogle, Campbell 

& Freeman, res Agnes E nr Mary 
Freese John E., res Royal av lane 
Freeze Henry, hack driver Mainland 

stables, Agnes E 
French John, expressman, res Elliott 

nr Carnarvon 
French May Miss, retoucher Stephen 

J. Thompson, res Columbia 



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Red Estate Brokers, &c, 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Ncto Westminster, B.C. 



French Minnie Miss, tailoress, res The 

Crescent 
Fritz James, gardener convent, Albert 

Crescent 
Fulton Frank, blacksmith Eeid & Cui*- 

rie, res Agnes nr Lome 
Fulton Fred., carpenter, res George 
Fulton Frederick, carpenter, res Ir- 
ving nrMerivalo 
Fulton Scott, millhand B.S.M, 
Fulton W., laborer Wintermuto Bros. 
FuriiesH Tlioa, gardener, res Montreal 

cor El lice 
FurnesH William, gardener, res Ellice 

cor Montreal 
FurnesH William Hcnrj', student, res 

Ellico cor 3I(»ntroal 
Galbruith A., bds Farmers' home 
Galbraith David, R. C. P. M. 
Galbruith Hugh, carpenter R. C.P.3I. 

res Queen's av nr Douglas 
Galbraith James, E, C. P. .M. 
Galbraith John, R. C. P. M. 
Gamble A Gordon, notary public, 

ot Woods, Turner & Gamble, res 

Agnes. Tel 51 
Gardener IL, R.C.P.M. 
Gardner VV. II , buguagcman C.P.R. 
Gas Works. Tel 48 
Gaudin Andrew, carpenter 
Gauvreau N. Belleau, C. E., City hall, 

res Mary 
Gay nor J. E., I arrister, Mackenzie cor 

Claikson 
Gesner C. A. M., ongineer,res Columbia 



Gibb — , bds Farmers' home 

Gibson J. S., R. C. P. M, 

Giffbrd Thomas, watchmaker. Front, 

res Ellice nr Royal av 
Gilchrist Neil, carpenter, bds Caledonia 

hotel 

Cilley Bros., props Mainland 
Transfer stables, Columbia, 1*^ 
Tei. l6,resTelB2. 

Gil ley George, contractor, res Agne? 

nr Ellice 
Gil ley George W., & Co., contractor- 

Columbia 
Gilley George W., of G. W. Gilleyi 

Co., res Agnes W 
Gilloy Herbert, of Gillcy Bros., rc' 

Queen's av nr St John 
Gilley Jas., of Gilley Bros,, ros Queen • 

av nr St John 
Gilley J. R,, of Gilley Bros., res Queen' 

av 
Gilloy W. A., of G.W. Gilloy & Co.,r(- 

Agnes W 
Gilley W. R., of Gilley Bros., res Agnp 
Gilley Walter, res Queen's ave nr S 

John 
Gilley Walter R., of Gilley Bros., re 

Agnes cor Ferris 
Glover F. R,, city editor, "Colnmbiai 
Gotl" Albert, bds Farmers' home 
Gold Edward, res Royal av opp Me: 

vale 
Gold Emma Mrs., res Royal av o;; 

Merivale 
Gordon Horald,clerk Jas. EUard &C 

res Agnes nr Mackenzie 
Gordon John A., Douglas cor Pelhi 
(iorham 11., R. C. P. M. 
Gorham Harry, engineer, ros Royal 

nr Clinion 
Gorham Hugh, chopper, ros St i 

dre w's square, Ellice 
Gow Jas,, cornice worker E. S. Sm 

lar&Co. 
Gowdy Mary Jane, widow Jas.,; 

Albert Crescent 



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haite:rs, ^tC; ^tc, 

'36 Visitation jStreet 

Graham J. C, printer "Truth," bds 
QueeaV hotel 

h-aham Thos. L., reporter "Colum- 
bian," res Clement nr Agnes 

rrant A. capt, "Samson" snag boat, 
res Provost nr Mary 

Jrant C, jun., apprentice " Colum- 
bian" 

irant C. W., architect, Mary 
nr Clarkson, res Queen's av 
nr Douglas 

Ifrant George Vere Hobart, Grant & 

Maclure, res Provost nr Mary 
jlrant Jas. S., machinist ll.C.P'.M., St 

John opp Central school 
}rantJohn, bartender Merchants' Ex 

change restaurant ^ 

jlrant & Maclure, boots and shoes 

ColuDiliia 
[rant Mrs., wid capt. William P., 

Montreal nr Clinton 
[lant Peter, chief clerk custo.u house, 

res Columbia cor Begbie 

tray Bros., props Occidental 
hotel, 62 Columbia cor Beg- 
bie 

[ray D. S., clerk Occidental hotel 

[ray George, millhand B.S.M. 

jray George, fruits and cigars, res 
Front 

Jray George W,, bookkeeper W. Turn- 
bull Sl Co,, res Clinton 



BIGHAiS & MAGEIDSH. 

Red Estate Brokers, &c. 



COLONIAIi BLOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 



Gray J. C, of Gray Bros. 

Gray J. K., of Gray Bios. 

Gray James, laborer, bds Eickhoff 

house 
Gray John, printer for Chas. Murray 
Gray Matthew, prop Russell house, 

Provost nr Mary 
Gray R., R.C.P.M. 
GiayThos. Wm., ofW. Turnbnll & 

Co., res Clinton 
Green Arthur Robert, C. E., Royal av 

opp Cliaton 
Green Lula Miss, res North road, Sap- 

perton 
Green Morris, screw turner B.S.M. 
Green Mrs. widow, res North road, 

Sappei'ton 
Groen Norris, B.S.M. 
Green Wm., res North road,S:ipperton 
Gregor John, bricklayer, res Irving 

nr Morivalo 
Gregory G., R. C. P. M. 
Gregory G. H., R. C. P. M. 
Gregory Sidney, apprentice, ro>i John 
Gregory Wm., millhand B. S. M. 
Groig Joseph, clerk, 79 Columbia, res 

Clinton 
Grimmer James, res Ellice nr Queen's 

avenue 
Grimier L,, painter, res Agnes, bet 

Ferris and Ellice 
Grotto saloon, Wm. Collier, 99 Colum- 
bia 
Guardian Fire Insurance Co., J. G. 

Jakes, agent 



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:^ COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 



Guertin rov. F. G., O. M. I., parish 

Sricst St Peter's church and chaplain 
'. C. penitentiary, res St Louis 

collcjTo 
Guest June, wid Francis, res Polham 

cor Clinton 
Guest John James, asst photocrrnpher 

Stephen J. Thompson, res Pelhiim 
Guest Thos. D., clerk Walker & Shad- 
well, res Polham cor Clinton 
Gunn Hugh, night watchman B. C. 

Insane asylum 
Gunsil J., R. C. P. M. 
Gwennap Thomas, Btone cutter, res 

North Arm road 
Hacker Floi'ence Miss, res Mary nr 

Clarkson 
Hacker R. Mrs., private boarding 

house, Mary nr Clarkson 
Hacklej' Ernest, laborer, bds Farmers' 

homo 
Hnddon rov. T lomas, rector St Paul's 

Reformed EpiHcoj)al church, res 

Montreal cor John 
Haferkern William, cigarmaker, res 

Central hotel 
Haines Arthur, driver Mainland 

Transfer stables, res same 
Haines E. W., C. E., res Clement nr 

Agnes 
Hainsworth John, of H. Morey & Co., 



res Douglas 
Hall D. v., foundry, 
Agnes nr Ferris 



Columbia, res 



Hall Guy, res Douglas, bet Agnes and 

Royal av 
Hall James, res Sapper ton 
Hall Mollio Mrs., res McNeally 

Hall Thomas Sylvester, M.D,, 

res Columbia nr Church 

Hall Zed. 8., wholesale and 
retail bookseller and station* 
er, Douglas, bet Agnes 
and Royal av 

Haml JIaud Sidney F., of W. J. 
Wall. .J & Co., res John, opp Central 
bchool 

Hamilton Alexander, B. C. 

Monumental works, Columbia cor 

Church, res Lowe nr Clarkson 

Hamilton Thon^as, weaver mill, res 
Trew nr Macki^nzie 

Hank A., plumber R. S. Sconllar &Co 

Harcus John, watchman B. S. M. 

Hardacre Joshua, res Royal av nr i 
EUice 

Hard man A., tinsmith H, M. Cunning- 
ham & Co., res Columbia 

Hare Thomas, R. C. P. M., bds Occi- 
dental restaurant 

Hargy Geo., laborer, res Ellico nr 
Royal av 

Harling James, cigar manf., Columbia 
nr Douglas, res Begbie nr Provost 

Harrington E., line repairer Tel^ 
phone Co. ; 

Harris Joseph, R. C. P. M. 

Harrison Frederick, carpenter, res 
Sapperton 

Hartford Fire Ins. Co., of Hart* 
ford. Woods, Turner A 
Gamble, agents 

Harvey Henry, gen store, Front, res 
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dcNeally 

ester, M.D., 

lurch 

lolesale and 
r and station- 
bet Agnes 



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ohn, opp Central 



nder, B. C. 

H, Columbia cor 

nr Clark.son 
veaver mill, res 

S.Sf'0!illar&Co, 
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H. M. Cunning- 
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r, res Ellico nr '^^ 

manf., Columbia ; 
irbio nr Provost 
repairer Tele- 

P. M. 

carpenter, res 



Co.yOf Hart* 
Turner & 



store, Front, res 



forpets, 
Floor Coverings 
and Curtains. 

1 he Largest Stock in the Dominion is carried by 

NOMAS LIGGET, 

1884 Notre Dame St., - MONTREAL. 

iMail Orders promptly filled and SampI es forwarded. 



mgr fillai-d 



|arveyJamesW ., 

Co., ros Columbia cor Mary 

tarvey Mrs. M., balfer}', 52 Columbia 

larvoy William, res North Arm road 

[aivoy William, lalhor, bds Farmers' 

j home 

inssott rev, Maurice, O. M. I., clerical 

Thliident St Louis college 

latiierley Bertha Miss, res Agnes nr 

^Eliice 

|aihorley James Thomas, res Agnes 

[nr Ell ice 

jnthorloy Thomas Henry, chief 

[engineer str "William Irving," res 

I Agnes nr Ellice 

lavolock Thomas, B. S. M. 

law Wm., laborer,bds Farmers' home 

luvkins Geo., fisherman 

Inyes Michael, gen store. Front, res 

leame 

aytie Arthur, emp Gilley Bros., 
[res Agnes cor Ferris 
jftywood John, laborer, bds Eickhoff 
Ihuiise 

eard C. E., of Boggs & Heard, res 
[Douglas 

eaiii Arthur, druggist, Columbia, res 
[Wary cor Provost 

eberi Harry, bar tender, 97 Columbia, 

pes Agnes 
(jkloy J. W., agent, bds Farmers' 

bomo 

bglo Charles, plasterer, bds Occiden- 

' ul restaurant 



Real Estate Brokers, &c. 

COLONIAL. KLOCK, 

NetD Westminster, B.C. 



Henderson A. M., shoemaker, res Pro- 

vot- f cor Begbio 
Hen ierson David, carpenter for R. B. 

Bell, res Columbia 
Henderson Peter, granite cutter, res 

Scott road 
Hendry A., R. C. P. M. 
Hendry J. A., U. C. P. M. 

Hendry John, manager R.C.P.M. 
Co., and pros Board of Tratlo, res 
Queen's av cor Douglas. Tel 65 

Henley Joseph, manager for 
C. Morley, 155 Front, Tel 68, 



res same 



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Henry C, R. C, P. 

Herring Arthur M., wholesale 

and retail druggist, ros Columbia. 

Tel 91 

Herring T. R., fisherman, bds 137 

Front 
Herring's Opera house, Provost, A. 

M. Herring, manager, res Colum- 
bia 
Hibbard William, waiter Occidental 

restaurant 
Hicks Ezra, farmcr,rc8 Queen's av, bet 

Ellice and Edinbourg 
Hicks W.,R.C. P.M. 
Higginson Thomas S., crown tim 

ber agent, P. 0. bdg,, res Provost 

nr Mary 



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fiea/ Estate Brokers, &g. 



COLONIAL BliOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 

Hill A. E., City Water works engineer, 
res Agnes 

Hill Albert J., C. E. and eurvcyor, 
Hamley block, Columbia, res Agnes 
nr Mackenzie 

Hill Arthur, C. E., res Columbia cor 
Elliott 

Hill E. G., K. C. P.M. 

Hill S. C, carpenter, res Ellice nr Mon- 
treal 

Hill Thomas, tinsmith H. M. Cunning- 
ham &Co., res Douglas cor Royal av 

Hodgson James, millhand B. S. M. 

Hogan Mary Mrs.i prop Telegraph 
hotel, 137 Front 

Hogan Eobert, bartender Telegraph 

hotel 
Hogan William, bUs 137 Front 

Holbrook house, John Eankin' 
prop, Front 

Holden W. H., prop Farmers 

home. Church 

Holland G., millhand B. S, M. 
Holman L., cigar maker, res Columbia 
Holmes A. J.^ D.D.S., Bank of B. C. 

block, res Clement nr Agnes 
Holmes William, Eoyal av opp Clinton 
Holt Claude E., clerk Land Eegistry 

oflSce, res Agnes E, hot Clement and 

Mary 
Holy Trinity church, Church 



Homer Alice Miss, res Agnes opp con- 
vent 
Homer Chas. W., clerk D. L. office, res 

Agnes opp convent 
Homer Margaret Miss, res Agnes opp 

convent 
Homer Mary Miss, res Agnes opp con- 
vent 
Homer Mary Miss, teacher Boys Central 

school, res Agnes opp convent 
Homer Nellie Miss, res Agnes opp con- 
vent 
Homer Sophia, wid J. A. E., res Agnes 

opp convent 
Hookway Thomas, farmer, bds Farmers 

home 
Hopkins John, carpenter, bds Agnes 

nr Ellice 
HoultE., K. C.P.M. 
Hoult Edward, E. C. P.M.,res Edinbourf 
House W. T. L., keeper B. C. Instant 

asylum, res Sapperton 
Houston John, o<l'tor and mm 

ger " Truth, " bds Colonial hotel 
Howard Lizzie Miss, res McNeally 
Howison Mary, wid.J.W.,Trew nr Man 
Howison William, gardener, res Ellitt 

nr Pelham 
Hoy Harry, carpenter, res Carnarvon o: 

Elliott 
Hoy Henry, of H. T. Bead & Co., m 

Carnarvon nr Elliott 
Hub saloon, W. H.Lilly, Columbia 
Huband M., res Edinbourg 
Hudson James, laborer, bds Farmer; 

home 
Huff & Moore, livery and hackstablr 

Dallas nr Ferris. Tel 45 
Hutf Simeon, of Huff & Moore, h 

Eickhoff house 
Hughes L., wid Charles, res Queen 

ave opp Central school 
Hume Catherine Miss, North road, Sa: 

perton 
Hume Edward, miner North road, Sa[ 

perton 
Hume George, miner, North road, Saf 

perton 



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: D. L. office, m | 

, ros Agnes opp | 

Agnes opp con. 

her B03S Central 
►p convent 
i Agnes opp con. 

A. E.,' rcH Agnes 

Tier, bds Farmers 



mter, bds Agncs 



.M.,resE<linl)onrj 

>per B. C. Insant 

Lon 

xlitor and mana 

IJoloninl hotel 
[•en McNeally 
."W.jTrew nr Mavj 
rdener, res Elliii 

', res Carnarvon K 

'. Read & Co., r^ | 

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ly, Columbia 

)ourg 

:er, bds Farmer; j 

'and hackstabloii^ 

Tel 45 

itf & Moore, Ia'M 

irles, res Queen: | 
lool 
North road, Saj | 

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[umo Isiibolla Mrs., laundress B.C. In- 

naoo nsj'lum, res Sapporton 

[umo James, miner, North road, Sapper- 
ton 

[ume John, millwright, resSapperton 

[umo Robert, miner. North road, Sap- 
porton 

[unter C. M., carpenter 

[utcbinson George, guard B. C. peniten- 
tiary, res North road, Sapperton 

[utchinson Sarah Miss, North road. Sap 
porton 

[utchinson Stella Miss, North road, Sap- 
])erton 

[ynck Fire Co., Jos. Hanloy, captain; 
Humphrey Edwards, secy 
tmlah John, bricklayer, Royal av opp 
Clinton 

Imperial Fire Ins. Co., W. J. 
Armstrong, agent. Seeadv 

fndian church, rev. Eug. Chirouse, 

0. M. I., pastor, Blackwofxl 
Ink Charles H., foreman "Truth," bds 

Colonial hotel 

Inland Revenue, office P. O. build- 

iny-, John S. Cluto, acting collector> 
Clarkson opp Court house 

[nnos H., R. C. P. M. 

InBley A., capt Htr " Delaware, " res Col- 
umbia cor Albert Crescent 

[n.sley Mnrgaret A. Miss, res Columbia 
cor Albert Crescent 

[iviiio James, bartender Holbrook house 

tsles John, carpenter, bds Central hotel 

lack A. C* Brydone, barrister 

fackman Richard, printer " Truth," 

bds Telegraph hotel 
l^ackson Adam, guard B. C. penitentiary 
Tacob Joseph, laborer, bds Depot tiotel 
[acob Philip, driver McDonald Bros, 
[acobson M., mill hand B. S. M, 
l^acquos J. G., insurance agent, res Mac- 
kenzie nr Clarkson. Tel 62 
fagger Joe., R. 0. P. M., ros Royal av 
nr Douglas 



MCHAiS & HACraSE 

Red Estate Brokers, &c. 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

NctD Westminster, B.C. 



James George P., in charge N.W.S.Ry., 

ros Colonial 
Jameson C. M., emp. "WVstminster 
brewery, res North road, Sapperton 
Jamieson Ellie Miss, clerk Jas. Ellard 

& Co., res Clinton 
Jamieson M., B.S.M. 
Jamieson Ralph, ot Wright & Jamie- 
son, res North road 
Jamieson rev. Robert, Protestant 
chaplain B.C. penitentiary, ros Dick- 
inson nr Elliott 
Jamieson Sophie Miss, dressmaker, 113 

Columbia 
Jamieson Wm., millhaiid B.S.M., res 

Agnes E 
Jamieson Wm.." , jlerk Ogle,Campboll 

& Freeman, res Albort Crescent 
Jayol rev. F. M. J., O.M.I., asst priest 
»St Peter's church, res Bishop's pal- 
ace 
Jeffery Clark, mgr New Westminster 

Gas works, res Edinbourg 
Jennirigs John, contractor, bds Farm- 
ers* home 
Jenns Eustace A., of CorbouM, McCall 

& Jenns, res Agnes opp Elliott 
Johnson Alex., R.C.P.M. 
Johnson Alma Miss, tailoress M. A, 

McKae 
Johnson Emma Miss, res Agnes nr 

ElUce 
John.son Gns., res Agnes nrEllice 
Johnson Harvey E., res Agnes ur 
Ellice 



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COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 



Johnson Jnmes, pattern maker, res 
Douglas nr Queen's av 

JohiiHoii Sarah, wicl Robert, res A^jnes 
nr Ellico 

Johnson Thomas, B.S.M, 

Johnson Thomas, storekeeper B.S.M. 

Johnson Wm., plumber, res Douglas 
nr Queen's av 

Joluison Wm., capt., res Royal av 

Johnston — , milkman, res North Arm 
road 

Johhnton A. G., cornlceraakor H. M. 
Cunningham & Co. 

Johnston Alexander, R.C.P.M., res 
Agnes nr Ellice 

Johnston B., oornicemaker H. M. Cun- 
ningham & Co. 

Johnston Beckie Miss, Agnes nr Mac- 
kenzie 

Johnston Bessie Miss, Agnes nr Mac- 
kenzie 

Johnston Edward, carpenter, res Sap- 
pcrton 

Johnston John, R.C.P.M. 

Johnston John J., clerk Registry 
office, res Agnes nr Mackenzie 

Johuston Thomas, emp W. H. Vianen, 
res North Arm road 

Johnston Wm., boots and shoes, Colum- 
bia, res Agnes nr Mackenzie 

Johnston Wm., capt str " Active," R. 
C. P. M. Co., res Royal av nr 
Ellice 

Johnston Wm., jun., clerk for Wm. 
Johnston, sen., Agnes nr Mackenzie 



Johnston Wm. B., clerk, rosAcnos 
Jones Benjamin, plumber II. M. Cun- 
ningham & Co. 
JonoH llumphrey, res Royal av nr 

Ellice 
Jones John, steamboat fireman, Ids 

131 Front 
Jones J, M., millhand B.S.M. 
JonesThomas, waiter, Caledonia hotel 
Jubert — , R.C.P.M. 
Julian Ennor, architect, res Columbia 

opp St Peter's church 
Julian Robert, R.C.P.M. 
Julien E. P^ contractor, Edinbourg 
Julien R., R.C.P.M. 
Kane E., cigarmaker, res Columbia 
Kay Ered. W., bds Ilolbrook house 
Kay Kate, wid W. G., res Mary cor 

Trew 
Keary W. H., accountant B. C. peni- 
tent iarj' 
Keay Wm., clerk, res Mary 
Keer}' Robert, of King & Keery, res 

Eickhoff house 
Kehoe John, printer "Columbian," 

res Cleveland hotel 
Keith C. S., law student F. G. Wallicr 
Keith B.B., gardener, res Montreal cor 

St Ge(»rge 
Kelly Edmund J. J., engineer Fire 

hall, res Agnes nr Ferris 
Kolly Ernest, student, res Agnes nr 

Ferris 
Kolly Fred. Charles, upholsterer, res 

Agnes nr Ferris 
Kelly Geo. A.,bookkeeper McDonouyh, 

i-es Mackenzie 
Kelly George A., agent, Mackenzie nr 

Clarkson 
Kelly James D., baker, Columbia nr 

Church 
Kelly John, engineer Fire dept., res 

Ilyack Fire hall 
Kelly Thomas, B. S. M. 
Kelly Thomas, laborer, bds Eickhoff 

house 
Kelly Thomas D., moulder, res Agnes 

nr Ferris 







•k, rosAcnos 
ibor II. M. Clin- 

B Royal av nr 

it fireman, Ids 

B.S.M. 

Caledonia hotel 

it, ros Columbia 

M. 

)r, Edinbourg 

res Columbia 
1 brook Iiou80 
, res Mary cor 

tant B. C. peni- 

Mary 

\g &*Keory, res 

" Columbian," 

nt F. G. Wiilkcr 
•08 Montreal cor 

, engineer Fire 

orris 

, ros Agnes nr 

ipholstorer, res 

per McDonough, ffl 

It, Mackenzie nr | 

ir, Columbia nr | 

Firo dept., res 1 

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[oily Wm. Ilonry, manager for J. T). 
Kelly, rt'H Agnes nr Ferris 

[ondail r. N., millwriglit Koss & Mc- 
Laren, res Provost nr Mary 

[ondall Mabel Miss, dressmaker Walk- 
er & Shad well, ros Patrick 

[onnedy Benjamin, printer " Colum- 
bian," ros Columbia nr Albert Cres- 
cent 

[ennedy Bros., publishers 
British Columbian, daily and 
weoiciy, cor Columbia and 
Lytton square 

[onnedy Geo., of Kennedy Bros., ros 

Columbia nr Albert Crescent 
[onnedy J. B., pros Brunette Saw 

Mills Co., Ltd., res Sapperton 
[onnedy James, architect, Columbia, 

res Columbia nr Albert 
[onnedy James M,, of Kennedy Bros., 

res Columbia nr Albert Crescent 
[ennedy John, engineer C, P. R. 
[ennedy John, printer "Columbian," 

rch Columbia nr Albert Crescent 
[ennedy M. E. 3Iis8, ros Columbia nr 

Albert Crescent 
[onnedy Robert, of Kennedy Bros., 

res Columbia nr Albert Crescent 
^ennedy Thomas, plumber, ros Colum- 
bia nr Albert Crescent 
^ennedy William, "Columbian" office, 

res Columbia nr Albert Crescent 
[ent William, M.D., Agnos E, bet 

Clement and Mary 
terr Robert, finisher, bds City hotel 
lerr Thomas, mgr woolen mills, res 
] Columbia 

(ilby Thomas, B. S. M., res North 
iroad, Sapperton 

limball Charlotte, wid Frederick, res 
[North Arm road 

limble James, baker, bds Farmers' 
Ihomo 

Ing Fred. H., apprentice D. S. Curtis 
]& Co., res Pelham 

ing H., clerk A. Dos Brisay, res Clin- 
Iton 



Rea/ Estate Brokers, &c. 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

NetD Westminster, B.C. 

King John R., of King & Koory, res 
Eickhbtf house 

King & Keery, props Eickhoff 

house, 21 Front 
King Wm. J., architect fcr Wm. R. 

King. re. Clinton cor Pelham 

King W. R., & Co., account- 
ants, real estate and financial agnnts 

King Wm. R., arch'tect and 

sanitary engineer, office Armstrong 

blU, Columbia st, ros Clinton cor 

Polliani 
Kinsley M. Miss, drosflmaker for 

Williams & Rasuro 
Kirk Herbert T., clerk T. J. Trapp & 

Co., bds Agnes nr Ellice 

Kiricland E. L., Govt, assessor and 
collector, res Mary cor Provost 

Kirkman Alfred, bds Farmers' homo 

Kirkup Jeremiah, shoemaker, Front, 
res same 

Kitson Chas., bartender American 
hotel 

Knudson C, E. C. P. M. 

Knudson H., R. C. P. M. 

Kniiiht J. E., salesman B. S. M. 

Kritch Mrs. B., res Carnarvon nr 
Blackwood 

Lacaille Edwai-d, bookkeeper for R. B. 
Boll, bds Farmers' home 

Lahey Dan., bartender, res 99 Colum- 
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^ea/ Estofe Brokers, &c. 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 

Luidlaw & Co., props Standard can- 
nery and Delta Canning Co. 

Laid law Fre;t(us, enip Standai'd Can- 
ning Co., res Sapperton 

Laidlaw James Anderson, of Laidlaw& 
Co., res llayal av, Tol 72 

Lancaster Harry, keeper B. C. Insatte 
asylum, Sappirton 

Land Registry office, Clark- 
pon nr Mackenzie, T. 0. Tounley, 
registrar 

Lano G. R., sewing machine agent, ros 
Douglas nr Provost 

Lang (ravin, farmer, res St George's 
square nr Mary 

Lang G., E. C. P. M. 

Latham Annie Miss, clerk, res Dou- 
glas 

Latham Peter, florist and fruit, Col- 
r.nhia, res Douglas 

Laur ¥j. W., R. C. P. M. 

Law Robt,, foundr}-. Front 

Leamy Andrew, barrister and 

solicitor, Mackenzie, res Albert 

Crescent 
Loniii}- Charles, res Agnes E nr El- 
liott 
Loiiui}' James, contractor, Mac^kenzie, 

res Atrnes E nr Elliott, 'm, oflice 

77 
Lea my Mary Miss, res Agnep E nr 

Elliott 
Leash (reorge, engineer B. S, M., res 

Agnes E 



Lee G., R. C. P. M. 

Lee Margaret M., wid Cliristopher, res 

bet Royal av and Agnos, nr convent 
Lee Martha Mary Miss, res bet Royal 

av and Agnes, nr convent 
Leeming William Henry, R. C. P. M, 

res Agnes nr Ellico 
Lemon R. E., contractor, rooms Col- 
umbia, opp St Peter's church 
Leo William, plumber E. S. Scoullat 

& Co. 
LePlant John, bds Merchants Ex. 

change restaurant 
Levi John, tobacco stripper, bdj 

Amerioan hotel 
Levi Thomas, prop American hotel, 

'~'-.lumbia 
Lewis J., piler B. S. M. 
Lewis L. A., bookkeeper B. S. 31, 

Co., Ltd., res Columbia, opp St 

Peter's church 
Lewis Linnie Mis8,teacher of drawing, 

music and painting, res Royal av 

cor Mary 
Lewis ThoraaSjCarponter, bds Farmers' 

home 
Lewis Thomas, carpenter for R. B, 

Bell, bds Farmers' honio 
Lewis W. H., foreman, Columbia 
Lewis W. R., res Agnes E nr Meri' 

vale 
Lewis Wm. Henry, printer "Coluni' 

bian'' office, res Edinbourg 
Lilly William Henry, Hub saloon, 

Columbia 
Limon rev, Alexander, J. M. J., cl r; 

cai student St Louis college 
Lion cannery, Ewen & Co., props 
Lister Ellen Miss, res Mary cor Iiu 

vost 
Lister Herbert, keeper B. C. Insint 

asylum, res Mary 
Lister John, gardener, res Mary coi 

Provost 
Lister Richard, guard Tro. jail, rei 

Mary 
Little Leonard G,, of Ross, McLaren i 

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Christopher, res 

trnos, nr t'otivent 

s, res bet Eoy.il 

(tnvcnt 

tiiy, RC.P.M,, 

itoi-, rooms Col 

■'s cliiirch 

V E. S. Scoullat 

Merchants Ex.' 

i stripper, bds 

American hotel, 

M. 

ceepor B. S. M, 
ilumbia, opp St 

aoher of drawing, 
tj, res Royal av i 

iter, bds Farmers' 

•enter for K. B, 
hoii>e 

n, (Johimbia 
rnes E nr MerJ. 

printer "Coluni. 
dinbourg 
ry, liub salooii, 

iv, J. M. J., cbrij 
is college 
& Co., props 
18 Mary cor Iro 

per B. C. Insim 

ler, res Mary coi 

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3P01IGES. 

19 finest assortment at Lowest FriceiS. 



J, Palmer & Son, 

I1743 and 1745 NOTRE DAME, 
MONTREAL. 



jogan John, teamster for Henry 

Elliott, res Columbia 
jollard Dennis, engineer ferry boat 

bds 137 Front 
jondon Arms saloon, Sam. Woods, 

prop, 97 Columbia 
jondon and Lancashire Ins. Co., W, J. 

Walker & Co., agents 
[iondon and Lancashire Life, Lowon- 

berg, Harrii- & Co., agents 
jondon A>8uranco Corporation, Lowen- 

berg, Harris & Co., agents 
[iOndon Guarantee and Accident Ins. 

Co., Mayor & Pearson, agents 

[lUondort market, Stephen Mana- 
hau, prop. Front 

[jord John E., fish and game market, 
res Douglas cor Cunningham 

Lord John E., furniture, Columbia, res 
Doughu cor 'Junningham 

jouis W., R. C. P. M. 

ILowenberg, Harris & Co., real 
estate and insurance agents, 
W. H. Finlaison, mg , Col- 
onial block 

[Loye Wm. C, custom boot 

and shooniakor, Charkson nr Mac- 
kenzie, bds Depot hotel 

"Tiucicr John, foreman Standard can- 
nery, res Montreal cor Clinton 

iLund A. 0., cooper, Douglas nr Eoyal 
av 



BIS & MACKMOSH, 

fiea/ £state Brokers, &c, 

COLONIAL BLOCK» 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 



Lyal David, of D. Lyal & Co., res Col- 
umbia 
Lyal D., & Co., books and stationery, 

Columbia nr Mary 
Lyal George, of D. Lyal & Co., roa 

Columbia 
Lynn Mai-ia Miss, tailoress, res Royal 

ave»'-ue 
Maboe — . painter for Charles Murray, 

bds Eickhoff house 
Macdonell John Scott, homestead 

inspector, res Clinton cor Polham 
Macey Wm., plasterer, bds Farmers' 

home 
MacfarlaneR. M., of Bell-Irving, P> 

terson & Co., res Columbia 
Mackenzie Geo., trade instructor B, C. 

penitentiary 

Mackintosh Samuel Treen, 

of Richards & Mackintosh, ros Car- 
narvon nr Merivale 

Maclure John Charles, of Grant & 
Maclaro, res Victoria city 

Maclure S., of Clow & Miiclurc 

Mticplierson Robert G., of Maciiherson 
& Thomson, res Culumbia 

Macpher^on & Thomson, drusrs, Colum- 
bia. Tel 67 

M:ignone — , R. C. P. M. 

Magnone Gnido, wagon maker, Edin- 
bourg, res Royal av 

xMagnone J., R. C. P. M. 

Magnone J. B., messenger Bank of B. 
C., res Bank building 



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BICHiDS & HAGMOSl, 

Red Estate Brokers, &c. 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Ncto Westminster, B.C. 



Miitfram John, bds'Farmers' liome 
Mahony Elizabeth Mies, res Bogbie nr 

Columbia 
Mahony Joseph, apprentice H. M. 

Cunnincjham & Co., res Begbio 
Mahony Marie E., widow Timothy, res 

Bigbie nr Columbia 
Mainland Cigar factory, Columbia 

Mainland Transfer Stables, 

Gilley Bros., props, Columbia opp 
Railwaj' depot 

Major Ciias. Geo., of Major & Pearson, 
res Agnes cor Mary 

Major & Pearson, real estate 
brokers, and ins. agents, Columbia. 
Tel 56 

Mai lory — , Queen's av nr Douglas 
Manahan Stephen S., prop 

London market, Front, res Trew nr 
Mary. Tel 10 

Manson James S., merchant tailor, 95 
Columbia, res Agnes nr Lome 

Manson Sarah A. Miss, chambermaid 
Farmers' home 

Manufacturers Life and Acci- 
dent Ins. Co., Richards & 
Macldntosh, agts., Colonial 

building. See ado. 

Marshall Henry, carpenter, res Irving 

nr Mori vale 
Martin A., E. C. P. M. 



Martin James A.,carpeiiter, bdsBegbie 

nr Columbia 
Martin rev. A., O. M. I., a.sst. priest St 

Peter's church 
Mauitis Henry, res Queen's av nr St 

John 

Mathers & Milligan, wholesale 
produce and commission merchants 
insunnce and steamboat agents 
Webster block. Front, foot of Mary j 

Mathers Wm. J., of Mathers & Milli. 

gan, res Queen's av 
Matheson — , carpenter, bds Church 
MathoHon J. P., carpenter, bds Farmers' 

home 
Matheson John, contractor, Elliot nr j 

C«rnarv(m 
Mathoson R. C, asst editor " Truth," 

bds Queen's hotel 
May Robert, bartender, bds Telegraph 

hotel 
Maybee E. S., laborer, bds Eickhoff 

house 
McAsic Maggie Miss, tailoress, res 

Ellice 
McAsic Mary Ann Miss, tailoress, ros 

Ellice 
McAskill Malcolm, ship carpenter, 

rooms Agnes nr Ellice 

McBrlde Arthur H., J. P., warden 
B. C. penitentiary, res pciiitontiarj 
grounds 

McBride Bro. James, 0. M. I., prof, 
St Louis college 

M'Broom David, teamster, ros Queen's 
av nr Mary 

McCarty Kate Miss, res McNcally 

McCaskill M., R. C. P. M. 

McClinton Robert, New Grotto hotel, 
res Mackenzie cor Columbia 

McCoU Angus John, of Corbould, Mc- 
Coll & Jenns, res Blackwood nr Col- 
umbia. Tel 29 

McColl Neil, clerk Wm. McColl, rc! 
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3i>ter, bdsBegbie 
I., asHt. priest St 
Jueon's av nr St 

gan, wholesale 
ssimi merchants, 
samboat agents, 
nt, foot of Mary 

Mathers & Milli- 1 

er, bds Church I 
Iter, bds Farmers' 

ractor, Elliot nr j 

, editor " Truth," ' 

er, bds Telegraph ' 

er, bds Eickhoff 

3s, tailoress, res 

iss, taiioross, ros 

ship carpenter, 
lice 

H.y J. P., warden 
res penitentiary 

, O. M. I., prof, 

tistor, res Queen's 

'es McNcally 
. M. 

ew Grotto hotel, 
Jolnmbia 
of Corbould, MC' 
lacUwood nr Col- 

Vm. McColl, M! 



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IMcColl William, dry eoods, 
I groceries and provisions, 

' Columbia, res Columbia. Tel 93 

JlcCollis — , R. C. P. M., rei? Queen's 
- av, bet Ellice and Edinbourg 
cColm VV., R. C. P. M. 
cConnell A., R. C. P. M. 
cCowan Duncan,, keeper B. C. Insane 
asylum, res asylum 
cCowan Edith Mary Mr8.,a88t matron 
B. C. Insane e.s3-lum, res same 
IcCrady Franli, mechanicnl draughts- 
man, res Agnes cor Lorno 
cCright hon. John Foster, pnisn^ 
judge, res Columbia, bet Merivale 
and Elliott 

[cCroskie Edward Capt., towing and 
freighting. Queen's av cor Ellico 
;cCuiloch A., R. C. P. M. 
[cDermaid Albert, photographer, res 
Agnes E nr Mary 

cDonald — , E. C. P. M., rooms 
Russell house 

[cDonald Bros., groceries and crock- 
ery, Columbia. Tel 81 
IcDonald Duncan A., contractor, res 
Royal av cor Clement. Tel 84 
[cDonald Flora Miss, waitress Mor. 
Exchange restaurant 
[cDonald J. M,, of McDonald Bros., 
re.s Columbia 

Donald J. T., bookkeeper, bds Far- 
mers' home 

Donald John S., Dom. Lands office, 
[res Polham cor Clinton 

Donald R. C. of McDonald Bros., 
ires Clement nr Agnes 

Donald W. A., blacksmith, res Sap- 

jcrton 

iDonough Charles, gen store, Front, 

res Agnes. Tel 30 

sDougal A., planer B. S. M. 

iDougall Alexander, res Pelham nr 

"atrick 

Dougall Barbara S. Miss, dressmkr, 

.13 Columbia, res Pelham 



BIGHAIS & MAGEIE'ME 

Rea/ Estate Brokers, &c, 
coloniaIj block, , 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 



McDougall John Archibald, 

merchant tailor, Columbia nr Mary, 

res Douglas nr Queen's av 

McDougall May Miss, drcssmukor,113 

Columbia, res Pelham 
McDougall P., trimmer B.S.3I. 
McDougall W. C, Pelham nr Patrick 
McEachren David, laborer, bds Dick- 
inson cor Elliott 
McEaohr«n James, teamster, bds 

EickhoflFIIou.se 
McGillivray D. C, guard B. C. Peni- 
tentiary 
McGregor Colin, clerk, res Douglas 
McGregor Donald col., rooorter 

" Trnth, " res Agnes nr Mary 
McGregor James, farmer, Nurth Arm 

Road 
McGuckin rev. J. M. Tel 3 
Mclnnos A. & E, W., groceries and 

provisions, res Columbia 
Mclnnes Angus, of A. & E. AV. Mc- 

Innes, res Halifax 
Mclnnes Edward Wm.,of A. & E. W. 

Mclnnes, bds Farmers Homo 
Mclnnes Jane Mrs., wid Dr. L. R., 

Columbia bet Merivale & p]lliott 
Mclnnes Thomas A., steward B. C. 

Penitentiary 
Mclnnis Senator, bds Queen's hotel 
Mcintosh Alexander, carpenter, 

Agnes nr Ferris 
Mcintosh Campbell, E.C.P.M., rea 

Royal av nr Ellice 



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Real Estate Brokers, &c, 

COL.OXIAL BLOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 



Mcintosh R* W.| prop Caledonia 

hotel, Front 
Mc'Kny Alexander, carpenter, bds 

A^nes nrEllice 
McKay Daniel, night watchman 

Standard Cannery 
McKay George, Pelham cor Park 

lane 
McKay W. J., printer Truth, bds 

Queen's hotel 
McKeo Hamilton, guard B. C. Peni- 
tentiary 
McKeeii George C, of N. C. McKeen 

& Son, res Doughis 
McKeen N. C. & Son, general dealers. 

Front 
McKeen N. C, of N. C. McKeen & Son, 

res Front 
McKenzic Calvin, spinner, res Prevost 
McKenzic H., RC.P.M. 
McKenzie Hector, carpenter, bds Beg' 

bie nr (Joliimhia 
McKenzie John, clerk Dom. Lands 

office, res Columbia cor Elliott 
McKenzie John, sen., clerk Dom Lands 

office, res Columbia cor Elliott 
McKenzie Lauclilin, teamster tor E. 

Burns, res Coliiml>ia 
McKercher A., li.C.P.M. 
McLarty J., RC.P.M. 
McLaughlin A., foreman II.C.P. M., 

res Pelham 
McLaughlin Andrew, salesman R.C.P. 

M., Pelham cor St Joiin 
McLaughlin D., carpenter B.S.M. 



Mclican D., carpentor B.S.Mv 

McLean A.,E.C.P.M., Ellice nr Royal 
av 

McLean A., guard B. C. Penitentiaiy 

McLean D., RC.P.M. 

McLetin Donald, M.D., res Mackenzie 
ci>r Clarkson. Tel 17 

M(^Lean G>, E.C.P.M. 

McLean I. M., M.D., res Agnes cor 
John 

McLean James, tinner Jumes Cunning, 
ham 

McLean John, plasterer, bds Occiden- 
tal Restaurant 

McLean Robert, bookkeeper Geo. Gil. 
ley, res Agnes cor Ellice 

McLean Wm., mason, bds Agnes nr 
Ellice 

McLiillan Angus, contractor, Dick- 
inson cor Elliott 

McLellan Carrie Miss, Dickinsou cor 
Elliott 

McLellan Daniel, laborer, res Dickin- 
son cor Eiliott 

McLennan Sarah Mrs., wid Daniel, res 
Ellice nr Roj-al av 

McLeod Alexander, bartender Calo 
donia hotel 

McLeod Ernest, driver, res Clinton 

McLeod J. M., dairyman, Ellico nr 
Royal av 

McMaitin Isaac, RC.P.M. 

McMartin James Arthur, clerk Cuj 
torn House, res Merivalo 

McMurphy Donald, engineer, Pelliam 
nr Ellico 

George, student, Pclli;n 



McMurphy 
nrEllice 

McMurphy 
nr Ellice 

McMurphy 



James, student, Pclluira 



John, caretaker V. 0. 
building, res Pelham nrEllice 

McMurphy John, jun., carpentor, Pel- 
ham nr Ellico 

McMurphy Robert, lumberman, Pel- 
ham nr Ellice 

McMurphy Wm., carpenter, Pclhani 
nr Ellice 



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student, Polhara 



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IcNal)Jolin, Agnes E. bet Clement 

and Miiry 
tcNiiir David, secretary E. C. P. M. 

Co , Dou<flas cor Royal av 
[cN;.iiE.,E.C.P.M. 
[cNair George, carpenter, bds Depot 

hotel 
icNaniara James, Columbia 
[cNiiughton CM., Montreal cor Mary 
IcNeil Eoliind, carpenter, Irving nr 

Merivale 
IcNevin Jobn, messenger and guard 

B. C. penitentiary, res North road, 

Sap|ierlon 
tcNiven John, watchman C.P.E. 
IcPhadon Donald, Eoyal av nr Ellico 
[cPhec Neil, driver Dickinson <fc 

Binriio, bds Central hotel 
tcPherson BolluMiss, tailorcss Boggs 
[& Hoard 

IcPliorson Daniel, bookkeeper E.C.P. 
[m., St George's square 
icPliorson Mrs. Isabella,wid Dan., St 
{George's sq nr Mary 

uPiicrson iSr Thompson, drug store. 

Pol 57 
cPlier,-<on Thomas, clerk, res St 

reorgo's square nr Mary 
cQuanie Dariiol John, ros Eoyal av 
Icor Clinton 

ctjuanie E. J., E.C.P.M. 
cQuairio Isabella E. Miss, res Eoyal 
ive cor Clinton 
fcQuarrio Lachlan, contractor, res 

oyal ave cor Clinton 
^Quai-rie Noil II., clerk, ros E:)yal 
ivo cor Clinton 

kllae Alexander, tailor, res Columbia 
|l{ac Alexander, sr., merchant tailor, 
St George's square 

{ae Alexander, jr., E.C.P.M., res St 
rge's sq 

tae J. VV., school teacher, bds 

ary cor Trew 

lao Kenneth, trade instructor B.C. 

eniteutiary, St John cor Eoyal avo 
A., merchant taiior, Col- 



MGMBBs & Ecnsa 

Reaf Estate Brokers, &c. i 

. COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 



tailor, St George's 



tae M. 
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McEae William, 

square 
McEae William, sr., tailor, res Ellico 
McRae William, tailor, Pelliam nr 

Ellico 
McEhc William, jr., tailor, ros Queen's 

ave 
McSwain J. P., printer Columbian 
Mead Geo., barber, 101 Columbia, rco 

same 
Mead Geo., jr., res 101 Columbia 

Medical Hall, D. S. Curtis & Co., 

1 11 Columbia 
Merchants Exchange Saloon, James 

Punch, Colutnbia 
Meirhants Exchange restaurant, W. E. 

Mortimor, (Columbia 
Merchie David, contractor, res Agnes 

E nr Maiy 
Merchie Maggie Miss, Agnes E nr Mary 
Merchie Mary Miss, res Agnes nr Mary 
Merc" ■-'■■•-■ 

Mary 

Merchie Wclsford, Agnes E nr Mary 

Mercier George, cabinetmaker Wi net- 
mute Bros. 

Methodist church, rov James H. White, 
pastor, Mary nr Trew 

Michie — , painter, bds Church 

Milburn W. A., carpenter E.C.P.M. Co., 
bds Begbio nr Columbia 

Miles William, caretaker Public school, 
rear of Agnes nr Baptist church 

Millard Blanche Miss, school teacher, 
res Eoyal avo 



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fieaf Estatd Broksrs, &c. 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

NetD Westminster, B.C. 



Millard Charles Thomas, commisHion 

merchant. Front, res Agnes E cor 

Elliott 
Miller Alexander, clerk Riind Bros., 

bds Qiieen'K hotel 
Miller C,J., cai'ptr,Tre\v nr Mackenzie 
Miller & Co., propn Queen's hotel, Col- 

luiihia 
Mil! 

Mackenzie 
Miller E. J, Mrs., artist, Douglas cor 

Agnes 
Miller Flora Mrs., of Miller & Co., 

Queen's hotel 
Miller George, cook Caledonia hotel 
Miller Janaes David, clerk Queen's hold 
Miller James A., butcher tOr Manahan 
M.iller James, trade instructor E. C. 

penitentiary 
Miller James, emp. Eoss & McLaren, 

Trew nr Mackenize 
Miller John James, clerk Queen's hotel 
Milligan D. S., of Mathers & MiiliL.;.!, 

\ T to > 

Agnes opji Lorne 
Millman l^aura J. Miss, bookkeeper 

"Winlemute Bros., res Pelham 
Mills Joseph, engineer E. C. P. M., St 

Andrew's square nrEUice 
Mills AVm., engineer Eoss, McLaren 

& f 'o's. mills, res Sapperton 
Montgomery — , brakeman C.P.E. 
Montgomery .Tames B.,foreman B.S.M., 

res Sapperton 
Mont!;omery William, logger, bds Hol- 

bi'ook house 



Moore Belle Miss, McNeall}- 

Moore James H,, of Hurt' k Moore, bds 

Depot hotel 
Moreau Ed., millhand B. S. M. Co. 
Moresbj' William, jailor Westminster 

Provincial jail, res same. Tel, 86 

Morey H., & Co., booksellers, 
stationers and job printers, 
7/" Columbia 

Morey Henry, of H. Morey & Co., res 



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Morgan rev. Win,, O.M.I., professor Si 
Louis college 

Morley Christopher, soda 
water manufacturer, Joseph 
Henley, mgr., 155 Front, 

Hee adi\ page 4i)6 

Zvlorrison Abram Clark, section lore 

man C. P. E., Columbia E 
Morrison E., E. C. P. M. 
Morrison J. C, E.C.P.M. 
Morrison Malcolm, laborer, bds Diekin 

son nr P]Iliott 
Morrisoti Noble, carpentei-, Sappertoi 
Morrison T., E.C.P.M. 
Mortimer Will iamEbenezer, Merc liani! 

f^xchange restaurant 
Mortison Jacob, slaughterman fur 

Van Volkenburgh & Bro. 
Morton (^., E.C.P.M. 
Morton George, E. C. P. M., res S:, 

George's square nr Mary 
' Mosher Wm., cigarmaker, resllolhmi 

house 
Mounce Bi-os., grocers and baker* 

1-1!) Front 
Mounce L. A., of Mounce Bro^., ro' 

Nanaimo 
Mounce E. G., of Mounce Bros., xi- 

Front 
Mountain Albert, photographer,Coluiri 

bia nr Church, res same 

Mowat Thomas, inspector offi-' 
eries, and supt. Fraser Eiver Hatrt 
ery, P. O. building, res Fore-' 
Tel res 87 




eiil'iy 

tt' &" Moore, Wi< 

I S. M. Co. 

)!• WeiHtmiriHter 
ime, Tol. 86 

booksellers, 
lob printers, 

lorey & Co., res 
I.I., professor St 

pher, soda 

:urer, Joseph 

155 Front. 

rU, section lore 

imbiu E 

M. 

>M 

)()rer, bds Bickir- 

senior, Sappcrloi 

nczor,Morebmi!! 
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aughtcrmtm fu' 

& Bro. 

C. r. M., res S, 

Mary 

iker, rosllolhi'ocs 

;rs and b:ikci> 

ounce Bi'O^., ro 

ounce Bros., re 

|togr!ipher,Colun-, 
t*aino 

inspector of fi- 
iser llivcr Hatrf 
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uir A. II., clerK T. A. Muir & Co., 
re- (M'.'uiutit nr Atrnes 
Mair -S. Alex., T. A Muir & Co., res Cle- 
ment 

Muir T. A.f & Co., druggists, 
Queen's Hotel block. Tel. 3 

3Iuir T. Albert, T. A. Muir & Co., res 

Clement nr Agnes 
Mullen James, O.M.I., clerical student 

St Louis college 
Mulvjmey Bro. John, O. M. I., St 

Li mis college I 

Man lay George, sen., brickmakor, res | Nelson A. M., auctioneer, produce and 

NoiLli load^Sapperton com.. Front, res Agnes 



EICHABDS & MAGEiTOt 

fiea/ Estate Brokers, &c. 

COLOXIAIi BLOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C . 



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Man Ijiy George, jun., engineer, res 

Norlh road, Sapperlon 
Mundaj- Honry, North road, Sapperton 
iianday Harriett Miss, weaver, res 

Saj)iiorton 
Munlny Lilly Miss, weaver, North 

road, Sapperton 
iMunday Thomas, lather, res North 

mad, Sapperton 
Munday William, laborer. North road 

Sapperton 
jMunroe E. S., bds Caledonia hotel 
Murchio John, asst storekeeper R.C.P 

M., Ellico nr Queen's av 
'Murchison Cr.pt. A., str. "Bello," res 
s Iloyal ave 
^urclmrt Malcolm, em p. Gas Works, 

res Ediiibourgh 
>|ilurk Henry, barber, res 101 Columbia 
"^iirpliy William, of Toane & Murphy 
pMLurrtiy Charles, painter, Clarkson nr 
'^ Mackenzie, resLorno 
tMuna}' Hugh, teamster, Kwen nr 
f (>)lumi)ir- 

sMurray William, butcher for Dickins 
, & Co., res ijome nr Agnes 

Iyer Fred. H., harnessmaker Doug- 
las & Ueighton, res Church 

lash Ebenezer, joiner, Pelham nr 
Park lane 



Nelson Ncls, City Brewery, res Cun- 
ningham nr Douglas 

New Grotto Hotel, 99 Columbia 

Newington George, of Bell-Irving, 
Paterson & Co., res Columbia 

Newman G., R.C P.M. 

Newson V\rilliam, bookkeeper H. W^. 
. Cunningham & Co. 

Newton Kli J., Douglas & Deighton, 
res Scott road 

New Westminster and Burrard Inlet 
Telephone Co., J. C.Armstrong, pres 

New Westminster Building Socy., W. 
J. Walker, sec. 

New Westminster Gas works, Edin- 
bourgh 

New Westminster Foundry, Front 

New W'jstminster Provincial jail, 
William xMoresby, jailor. Royal av 

New Westminster Southern Ry. en- 
gincer's office. Masonic block 

Nicholson — , laborer, bds Dickinson 
cor lillliott 

Nolan Jas., lab, bds Eickhoff house 

Norman Benjamin, carpenter, bds De- 
pot hotel 
Norta British & Mercantile 
Insurance Companj/^, J. G. Jackes, 
agent 




North S., R.C.P.M. 
eil Daniel, tearastcr,Ellice nr Pelham I Nye Bert. E., printer Truth 
eil Henry, cigarraaker O'Brien Frank, emp. Ogle, Campbell 

eil R., R. C. P. M. I & Co., bds Mary nr Clarksoa 






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COLONIAIi BLOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 

O'Brien Frnnk M., clerk Ogle, Camp- 
bell & Freeman, res Mary 

Occidental Hotel, Cray Bros., 
props, Columbia nr Begble 

Cccidental Restaurant, Phil. 
H. Smith, prop, Columbia 
nr Besbie 

O'Connor Arllinr, guard ProvinciaJ 

Jail, Eoyal av nr Clinlon 
Oden George oajtt,. emp. H. E. Co., 

Columbia opp iSt Peter's oliurch 
Ogle, Campbell & Co., gents' f'urnisli- 

ings, clothing and manfrs' agents, 

Columbia 

Ogle, Campbell & Freeman, 

dry goods, Columbia cor 3IcKen- 
zie. Tel 25 

Ogle Edmund W., of Ogle, Campbell & 

Freeman, and of Ogle, Campbell & 

Co., res Agnes E nr Mary 
Ogle li. M. Miss, res AgnesE nr Mary 
Oliver John, finisher, Front 
Olivet Baptist church, rev. Thomas 

Baldwin, pastor, Agnes nr Mary 
Opera House, Provost nr Mary 
Oregon ilailway & Navigation Co., 

J as. Wise, agent 
Orfbrd Peter, carpenter. Park lano nr 

Pelham 
Ouellette rev. N., O. M. 1., assistant 

priest St Peter's church, res St Louie 

college 



Ovens Thomas, machine shops, Dou. 

glas, I'os same 
Palmer Flora Miss, 3 Blackie 
Palmer rr;ink, slagodrivcr, bds Occi- 

dental hotel 
Punier George, driver James Cunning. 

ham. res Agnes 
Park T. T., carpenter, btis Farmers' 

home 
Parker E. A., marker B.S.M. Co. 
P:irU(n- AVm., cigaimaker 
, ParkesCr. E., teller Bank of B. C, res 
I same 
I Paiks John, carpenter, Ellice cor 

Royal av 
' Parr Frank, B.S.M. Co. 
Partridge A. K., b"olvkeeper Stephen 

Wansihan, res Fiont 
Paiiick II., uiillhand B. S. M. Co. 
Patteison — , res Montreal nr Clinton 
Patterson A., li.C.P.M. Co. 
j Patterson John, waiter, lOTColuinhiu 
Patterson John, blacksmiih for Tlios, 

Ovens, res ^Montreal nr Clinton 
' I'aul Eiuil, cigaruiakcT, Columbia 
; Payne Alfred, apprentice H. M. Cun. 
' ninghain & Co., Pelham nr Clinton 
Payne C. J., res Pelham nr Clinlon 
I Peacock Julian, Douglas nr Melbourne 
I Peacock P., n.C.P.M. 
Peacock William, carpenter, bds Agne> 

nrPillico 
Peake S. J., printer Truth, bds Mary 
i Peake Sidney, emp. Truth office, Ul> 
I Mary cor Provost 
Pearce S. J., ch.ief of police 
Pearson Thos., bricklayer, bds Farmer 

homo 
Pearson Thos. Robson, of Major i 

Pearson, res Royal av nr John 
Peck Wesley, ship carpenter, Bushby 
Peebles Margaret Miss, I'ancy good- 
and stationery, 119 Columbia, res 
Agnes 
Peebles Peter^ furniture, Columbia, res 

Agnes 
Peelo Adolphus Capt., chemist and 
druggist, Columbia, rob Mary 



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laekie 

ivor, bds Oeci- 

imes Cunniiig- 

bds FarmeiV 

.S.M. Co. 

ikufB, C, res 

cr, Ellice cor 



leepor Slephcn 

i. S. M. Co. 
real lU'Olinton 
.Co. 

', lOTColunilMa 
■*miih for Tlio>, 
nr Clinton 
jColiiml»ia 
ico H. M. Cun- 
lam DT Clinton 
n nr Clinton 
lis nr Wei bourne 

enter, bds Ague- 

nth, bds Mai'v 
'rutli office, Ws 

olico 

^er, bds Farmers' 

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!iv nr John 
)euter, Bu>*liby 
.ss, livncy good* 
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I'O, Columbia, res 

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■ Rea/ Estate Brokers, &c, 

hides in tmlmd hU. colonial block, 

436 VISITATION STREET. |NetDWcstminst3r, B.C. 



Pcele Ilerewnrd J.,Mary corClarkson 
Peolo Percy R., printer "Columbian," 
ros Mary cor Clarkson ■ 

Pelly Justine, accountant Corbould, 

M'cCoI1& Jeiins, bds Mary 
Pelly Justinian, law student Corbould, 

McColl & Jenns, bd« Mary- 
Pen itontiary, Tel 35 
Peers /VioAiinder, res Montreal corner 
; :Mui-y 

tpeoplo's Navigation Co., James Wise, 
;? agent 
iiPerdue Aaron, driver Dickinson & 

Einnie 
-Poniao Joseph, driver Dickinson & 
J Binnie, bils Central botel 
•Perkins James H., painter, res Royal 
. av nr Clement 
'ci-ry Jacob C, treightman C.P.R., res 

Kllice nr Royal av 
Peters Cupt. A., str '"Stella" 
Peters llenry^ W., machinist B. S. M., 

res Bush by 
'hair Kdward, R. C. P. M., res Lome 

nr Provost 
!*h(Pnix Fire Ins. Co., of London, James 
Cunningham, agent, Columbia 

*hillipsJ. Edward, clothier and 
hatter, 79 Columbia, res Agnes E. 
cor Clement 

hillips James, bursrr B.C. insane asy- 
lum, Agnes E. cor Clement 

Phillips James, cook Merchants E.\- 
cbaiige restaurant 



Phillips J.'imes, steward B.C. Insane 

asylum, res Agnes 
Phillips Matheis J. R. C, clerk Jame<^ 

Ellard & Co., res Agnes E. cor 

Clement 
Pickles C, R. C. P. M. 
Pittendrigh A. H., messenger C.P. R. 

Tel., res Columbia 
Pittendrigh Albert, res Columbia bet 

Merivale and Elliott 
Pittendrigh Arthur, oper C.P.R. Tel., 

res Columbia bet Merivale and 

Elliott 
Pittendrigh Constance M'ss.ros Colum- 
bia bot Merivale and Elliott 
Piitendrigli (xoorgo T., manager Tele- 
phono Co., res Columbia 
Pittendrigh George, real estate, notary 

public, Mackenzie, res Columbia 

bet Merivale and Elliott 
Plumb L. S., res Blackio cor Dallas 
PoiTuo Levi, farmer, res Agnes iir 

Ellice 
Poingdcstre John Henry, of Cross & 

Poingdestre, les Columbia 
Poirrer — , millband B. 8. M. 
Police station, Provost opp Court 

house 
Policy John Robert, clerk Richards & 

Mackintosh, res Columbia 

Port D. W.,& Co., wholesale 
f1shdealers,salmon packers, 
freezers and salters, Front 
nr Begbie. T<tl 63. Secadi-in 

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Red Estate Brokers, &c, 

COLiOXIAIi BLOCK, 

Keto Westminster, B.C. 



Port Duwson Wilson, of D, W. Port & 

Co., i-es Toronto, Ont. 
Port Edward Hiirtly, of D. W. Port & 

Co., res Koyal av 
Port Moody. Tel 1 

Post Office, J. C. Brown, postmas- 



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Pol longer Wm., butcher Slophen 

Manahan, bdn Ilollrook house 
Powell Wm., carpenter, Front 
Power Capl., res Atfnos E. nr Mary 
Powers V\ . A., marble cutter, res Agnes 

nr Douirlas 
Preston Eobert, lumberman, Eoyal av 

cor St John 
Prentis J. W., clerk C.P.R, res Doug- 

h!i 
Piotidoe James, bds Faimers Home 
Pride W. A., R. C. P. M., res Eoyal av 

nr Ellico 
Provincial Land office, Provost 
Punch James, Merchants Exchange 

saloon 
Pni'due E., laborer, res North road, 

Sapperlon 
Purdy John, captain, res Merivale cor 

('ainavon 
Purdy W. D., carpenter and contractor, 

Douglas cor Eoyal av 

Queen Fire Ins. Co., Richards 
& Mackintosh, agents, Colo- 
iiniai building 

Queen's hotel, Columbia. Tel 87 



Quilty Thomas W., guard B.C'. ])onileti- 
tiary, Albert Crescent nr Colntnbii' 

Quinn Bro. E., O. M. I., St. Louit 
college 

Eadley James, cook B. S. M., res Eoyal 
av lane 

Rue Alex., clerk, 115 Columbia 

Rae James D., grocer, Columbia, 
res over store 

RaeWm.lMrS.y dry goods and mil- 
linery, Globe House, 103 Colunibiu 

Eatid Arthur E., clerk Hand Bros., re. 
St. Joiin 

Rand Bros., real estate brokers, 
financial and insurance agts, 
Mackenzie cor Clarkson. 

Tel 2* *5"t'fi adv- page 
Ennd C. D., of Eand Bros., res Vancoij 

Rand E. E., of Rand Bros., res London, 

Eng. 
Eand Edwin, mgr Rand Brois. 
Rankin John, prop Holbruulv liu.if-i 

Fiont 
Eankin J. V., storekeeper R.C. P. M, 

res Brown 
Ranson Wm. B., ledgerkeeper Bank 01 

B.C., bds Queen's hotel 
Rasuro Jobannah Mrs., of Williams a 

Easnre, res Columbia 
Riy William, plasterer, bds Depo; 

hotel 
Eaymond George Eockford, of WescoU 

& Raymond, res Provost cor Lome 
Eead Henry Thomas, of H. T. Eoad A 

Co., res Eoyal ave nr Clement 
Eead H. T., & Co., hardware, Odd. ,'; 

Mtisoc bdg. Tel 3 
Eead Thomas, clerk Strickland k Or , 

res Queen's ave 
Eeformed Episcopal church, rev. Thos. 

Hodden, rector 

Reid & Currie, blacksmitns, 
carriage mfrs. & gen. mer 
chants, foundry Columbia 

cor Douglas. Tel it) 



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I., Si. Louif 

5. M., res Royul 

olutnbia 

jer, Columbia 

poods iind mil- 

103 Cohinibiu 

Hand Bros., rv, 

ate brokers, 

iranceagts, 

Clarkson. 

OS., res Vuncoii 
OS., res London, 



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rkeeper Bank ci 

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ford,ofV>''escoU 
Tout cor Lorno 
)fU. T.EcadA 
Clement 
rdwaro, Odd. '; 

rick'and iV: C( , 

iirch, rev. Thos. 

lacksmitns, 
gen. mer 
f Columbia 



Joid John, contractor, bds Farunor 
__ Homo 
^Eeid John, of Eeid & Currie, res Agnes 
E bet Mary and Clement 

Eeid Joseph, operator Telephone Co., 
res St John 

Bold Mary Miss 

Eoid Mrs., widow, St John opp Central 
school 

Eoid Winifred Miss, operator Tele- 
phone Co., res St John 

Reidt Wiiliam,real estate, bds Farmors' 
homo 

lleynolds Robert, millhand B. S. M. 

Bice Joshuit, Montreal nr John 

BichardsF. (T.,of Richards & Mackin- 
tosh, res Yi^loria 

Richards & Mackintosh , real 
estate, insurance and gen- 
eral agents, Coionial buiid- 
ing, I09 Columbia. Tei. 61 

/SVe Card udrs- 

Jlickmari Ro>^inald John, bookkeeper 
R.C.P.M., ros Polham cor Clement 

Biddio Michael, bricklayer, bds Eick- 
hoff house 

Riddle Thomas, E.C.P.M., Queen's ave 
nr Douglas 

■>^iddle W.H., blacksmith, Queen's ave 

',■< nr Doufflits 

fisko L. W., miner, Queen's av cor St 
.„ John 

obortson Chas., finisher for Winte- 

muto Bros. 
;()bertson George,purHer str "William 

Irving," ros Agnes nr Mary 
Robertson J. W., bds Fanners' home 
Jobertson James, bds Farmers' home 
lobortson E, J., guard B. C, peniten- 
tiary 
Joliinson Amy A. Miss, res Columbia 

cor Elliott 
l.)binson Eli, B. S. M. Co. 
Kobinson F. E., butcher, Queen's ave 

cor Park lane 

obinson Hugh, moulder, bds City 

hotel 



wmm & mmrn 

Real Estate Brokers, &c, 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

NctD Westminster, B.C. 



Eobinson James, edgcr B. S. M. Co. 

Eobinson Janies A., capl Samson, Col- 
umbia cor Elliott 

Ecjbson Charles, fruit, confoctionory 
and gla8sware,Columbia, Si George's 
square nr Clement 

ave nr John 

Eo<lding Solomon, painter for Charles 
Murray, bds American hotel 

Rogers Albcrni Miss, res Albert Cro.';- 
cent 

Eogers Annie Miss, res Albert Cres- 
cent 

Eogers Charlotte Mrs,, widow James, 
Royal ave opp Clinton 

Eogers Ellen Miss, res Eoyal ave opp 
Clinton 

Eogers Ellen Miss, principal Girls' 
Central School, res Eoyal avo 

Eogers Lincoln, str. "Ei>bort I)uns- 
muir, res Albert Crescent 

Eogers Louisa Miss, ros Albert Cres- 
cent 

E)gers Maggie Miss, res Albert Cres- 
cent 

Eogers Sarah Mrs., wid. Jerry, ros 
Albert Crescent 

Eogue L., E. C. P, M. €■ . 

Eooney Joseph, E.C.P. M. Co. 

R. C, Hospital. Tel. :}L' 

Eoss A., boots and shoes, Columbia, 
West end 

Ross Andrew W,, St John nr Queen's 
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Real Estate Brokers, &c, 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 



Ross Flora Mrs , matron E. C. Insane 
asylum 

Eo.-^s Herbert G., com agent, Columbia, 
res Diifforiii 

Ross Marquis, confcctioiicry and cigars, 
Columbia, res same 

Ross & .McLaren Lumber Co., east of 
Sajiporton. Tel. (•(» 

Ross R.E., clerk- A. B. Winfcmute, Col- 
umbia, res St John nr Queen's ave 

Ross Robert, clerk for A. Wintemute, 
roH John 

Ro.'^s AVilliam, res Agnes nr Ellice 

Rousseiiu Eugene, res Ferris 

Rousseau Jiinies, boots and shoes, Col- 
umbia, res Ferris 

Rowe "\V. J., carj)onter, Mary nr 
Montreal 

Roxboro William, fisherman, Ms Far- 
mer.s' homo 

Roxburg Richard, printer Truth, bds 
Queen's hotel 

Roxbiu-irb William, R.C.r.M. 

Roy P., R.C.P.M. 

Royal Ciinadian Fii'c lr,s. Co., Mathers 
it JMilligan, agents 

Royal City Planing Mills Co., 
Ltd, John Hendry, manager 

RoyrsI Columbian Hospital, 

I)r. Richard Irving Bentley, surgeon, 
North road, Sapperlon 

Royal Ins. Co. of Liverpool, Major & 
Pearson, agents 



Russell house, Matthew Gray, prop, 

Piovosi nr Marj* 
Ryall Herbert, drncgist's asst. D. S. 

Curtis & Co., btis Mary 
Sabine C., painter, Ms Church 
Saint Jos,, carpenter 
Salvation Army Officers quarters, capt 

Annie Will, Agnes nr Ferris 
Sauipsou Thon)as, guard B. C. Peniten- 
tiary, Douglas cor Agnes 
"Samson " Govt snag boat, James A. 

Robinson, capt 
Sa})porton st hool. Miss Enieline Bell, 

teacher, Sapperlon 
Sawyer James, brickmaker, Columbia 

opp St Peter's church 
Snyers Joseph, foreman. Front 
Srreech John,l!iborer,bdsFarmers' hnnu 
Schmidt Godfrey, mgr Van Volkeii 

burgh (fc Bro., Colinnbianr Douyias 
Scholetield rev. Siuart, pa.'stor Holy 

Trinity Church, res Pelham cor 

C/lement 
Scott Frank, foreman D.W.Port &Co. 

res Si Patrick 
Scott Jacob, carpenter 
Scott John, North road, Sapporton 
Scoidlar A. W., bookkeei)er K. S. 

ScouUar tS: Co., res Royal av 

Scouilar E. S., & Co., whole- 
sale and retail dealers in 
stoves and ranges, manufac- 
turers of tin, copper and iron 
ware, plumbers' and gas fit' 
ters' goods, Columbia. Tel 
38 

Scouilar E. S., ofE.3. ScouUar &C(, 

res Royal av nr Douglas 
I Scouilar George F., of E. S. Scoulluri 
Co., res Ferris 

Scouller rev. Thomas, paHb)r St An 
drevv's Preslyterian church, res 
Carnarvon nr Blackwood 

Sep))ers R. R., bookkeeper Jas. Cun- 
ningham, res Douglas 







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ifist's asst. D. S. 

1 Churc-h 

rs qunrters, capt 
ir Ferris 
r<lB. C.Pen iter, 

boat, James A. 

18 Emeline Bell, 

nakor, Columbia 
ch 

n, Front 
idHFarmers' hnnn 
i;r Van Vojkeii- 
ibianr Doiiylas 
rl, pastor Holy 
•es Polham cor 

D.W.Port&Co. 



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okkooj)or E. S. 
I^oyal av 

Co., whole- 
I dealers in 
88, manufac* 
operand iron 
*and gas fit' 
lumbia. Tel 



. Scon liar & C( , 

Liglas 

■E. S. Scoallari 

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Shadwoil II. B., of Walker & Hiiadwcll, 

re's McKonzio 
Shannon iiobcrt, tinsmith II. M. Cun- 

ninLflui!!! & Co. 
Sharp J. jr., E.C.P.M. 
Sharp William, laborer, bds Farmers' 

home 
Shaw Flotohor, E.C.P.M., roH Queen's 
av nr Ell ice 
: Shaw S. 11, painter, Ed in bour^'h 
■ Sheers (io<)ifj;e. moulder, Queen's hall, 

bd.-' Eickliort' house 
Shepheid Arthur C, clerk Provincial 
Land ofiice, res Itoyal ave nr Dou- 
glas 
I Shctky Cico. L., of Ogle, Campbell & 
''' Co., res Mary 
; Shields — , tailor, 95 Columbia 
jShilos B. W., carjienter. Provost nr 
;; Mary 

|Shinabar<:er J. J., printer Columbian 

\ Shirley Duncan, B.S.M. 

jShirhy,!. U., bookkeeper H. T. Read 

\ & Co., res Koyal av nr Clement 

^ Short William, carpenter R.C.P.M.,bd8 

^ Bei(bic nr Columbia 

^Shotlon Horatio, gasfitter, bds Far- 
mers' homo 

?SiUitoo n rev. A. W., D. D., Bishop 
of Xew Westminster, res Sapperton 

;■ Tel 21 

i Simpson James, res Sapperton 
Simpson J no., B..C.P.M. 

) Sinclair Donald S., bds Mary cor Trew 



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COLONIAL BLOCK, 

NeuD Westminster, B.C. 



Sinclair Marshall, groceries, 
provisions, etc*, Columbia, 

res Agnes 

Sister Conrad, superioress Sfc Mary 

hospital, res Agnes E cor Merivalo 
Sister Mary Beatrice, superioress St 

Anno's convent 
Skea !>., millhand 
Slack Enoch, carpenter, Eoyal av nr 

El lice 
Slater William, laborer, bds Farnier.s' 

home 
Sloan Elmer Murdock, bookkeeper, 

Major & Pearson, res Queen's av 
Sloan Jos., cjirpenter, Agnes nr Ferris 
Small Geo. P., barbershop, Ilolbrook 

passage, res Church 
Smith A.G., bookkeeper City Hall 
Smith Alexander, carpenter for R. B. 

Bell, res Prevost 
Smith E., cabinetmaker Wintemuto 

Bros., bds Church 
Smith Emily Miss, di'ossmaker, res 

Columbia 
Smith Frank, butcher Dickinson & Co., 

res Edinburgh 
Smith George W., teamster Mainland 

Transfer stables, res same 
Smith Henry, carpenter, John nr 

Pel ham 
Smith J. D., emp. Ross, McLaren & 

Co., res Sapperton 
Smith P., teamster B. C. peniientiary 
Smith Thomas, millhand B.S.M.Co. 







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COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Neto Westminster, B.C. 



Smith Phil. H., prop. Occi- 

doiilul rcstiiiirant, re.s Columbia 

Smith W.. E.C.P.M. Co. 

Smith W. A. DeWoIfe, M.D,, city 

medii'Jil officer. Tel 28 
Smith W. J., bricklayer, Montreal cor 

Sl Anilrews 
Smith William, to-".mster, Columbia 

opp. Si Peter's church 
Smithi>rs AllV'sd, secly Westminster 

Ct.'is worl-.,, K'lmbouriifh 
SmythK., RC.P.M. Co. 
Sorel Jam'js, Hhiuirhterman for Van 

Volk<'nb iri^h & Bro. 
Si)wer liichiircl, painter for Charles 

Murray, bds Central hotel 
Soyt'r Robert, E.S.M. 
Spittle Thomas, B. S. M. 
Sprott John, Govt. Immigration agent 

and road superintendent,re8Pelham 

nr DoughiH 
SjjrottWm., res Pelham nr Douglas 
gf Andrew's Presbyterian church, rev. 

Thomits Seoul er, pastor,res Cameron 

cor Bluckv.ood 

St Anne's Convent, Sister Mary 
Beatrice,8upcrioross, Albert Crescent 

St Louis College, rev. J. 31. Fayard, 
O. M. I., president, Blackwood cor 
Agnes. Tel. 3 

St Alary 's Church, Episcopal, Sapper- 
ton, Vc-n. Archdeacon Chas. L. 
"Woods, rector, Columbia 



St Mary's Hospital, bisters of 

Charity, sister Conrad, suporiore:«s 

Agnes cor Merivale. Tel 32 
St Paul's Reformed Episcopal church, 

rev T. Iladden, pastor, St. John nr 

Agnes 
St Peter's R. C. church, J. AI. Fayard, 

O. M. I., pastor, B!ack\voi)d cor 

Columbia 
Standard Cannery Co., LaiJlaw L Co., 

props, Sapperton 
Starratt Green, planer B. S. M. 
Starratt John, carpenter H. S. M. 
Starratt L., millhand B. S. M. 
Stanuti VV. D., R. C. P. 31. 

Steamboat Exchange, J. M. 

Blaikie, prop, Front coi- Alary 
Steen Geo., carpenter Koss. McLaren 

Stephens Roberl, tinner K. S. Scoullar 
& Co., bds Caledonia 

Sterling Alexander, laborer, bds IIol. 
bi'ook house j 

Stevenson Tiioma^J, clerk, res HouLtlas 

Sievvart k Cash, Centi;i! Ijotel, Co- 
lumbia 

Stewart Charles, Pelham 

Stewart Charles, clerk, res Dougiaa 

Stewart D., foreman Gas woi-Vs 

Stewart Findlay, guard B. C. Peni- 
tentiary 

Stewart .tames, millhand B.S.M. Co. 

Stewart John, of Stewart & (]\vA\ 

Stewart Joseph, tinsmith H. AI. Cun- 
ninirham & Co., res pjlli'/e 

Stott William, night engineer B. S. M. 
Co. 

Stout George, Queen's avo n'* Ell ice 

Stout Ilewsoii, emj) Reed i (.'ann', 
Queen's ave nr Eilico 

Stramberg H.AI., teacher High school, 
res Columbia 

Strang Am;'nda Miss, dresstnal.er, iw 
Pelham 

Strang John Fielding, chiof keeper 
B.C. Insane asylum, res Peliium ur 
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soopal church, 
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LaiJliiw ..''. Co., 

B. S. !\I. 
r H. S, M. 

B. S. M. 
M 

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Rosis, McLaren 

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or or. bds TTnl. 

k, rt's i>oiii,'las 
ii;i! liotel, Co- 

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d B. C. Peni- 

d B.S.M. Co, 

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Street Charles, carpenter, Clement cor 
1 clhain 

Strickland F.C.,<aLCo., Impor- 
ters and dealefs in mill,min- 
ing and agric Jitural machi- 
nery, and -nfr8. agents, 

Front. Tel 33. See adv on cover. 

Strickland F. G., of F.G. Strickland & 
Co., rcH Afines E nr Mary 

Stride Eber, mason, Koyal ave nr 
P^llico 

Stride Jethro,E.C.P.M.Co.,Eoyal avnr 

' Ell ice 

Stride Sidney, builder, Royal av nr 

Eilice 
Simple M., millhand B.S.M. Co. 
Struven — , cooper for James Beer 

' Columbia, rea Columbia opp E. C. 

' church 

."fitirsky Joseph, watchmaker, res Co- 
lumbia 

fotiisky Mrs. F., furnis*^ed rooms, Col- 
umlua opp E. C. church 

ISullcy & Bry son, general blacksmiths, 

I Douglas 

iSulley James E.,of Sulley & Bry8on,re8 

I Miiry nr Montreal 

ISulley John C, blacksmith, res Mary 

I nr Montreal 

[Summers William. RC.P.M. Co. 

^8wtcr J.,E.C. P.M. Co. 

•Suler James K., Armstrong nr Elliott 

[Snier Mary Ann Mrs., widow "William 

I H., Agnes E 
Sutherland J., B.S.M. Co. 

[Suthprland John, spinner, bds City 

I hotel 

[Sutherland M. H. Mrn,, widow John, 

I Queen's ave nr Mary 

[Taint Joseph, laborer, bds Farmers' 

I home 

I'lasalle Edward, bds Farmers' home 

iTawlor M., miner, bds Farmers' home 

I Taylor Barton, ship carpenter, Agnes 
nr jjorne 




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COIiONIAIi BLOCK, 

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Taylor Edward, clerk James Cun- 
ningham, res Agnos 

Taylor G. Herbert, cabinetmaker, res 
Airnes nr Lome 

Tavlor George, harnessmaker, bds 
City hotel 

Agnes nr Lome 
Tayior J. W., Agnes nr Lome 

Telegraph Hotel, Mrs. Mary 

Hogan, prop, Front 
Temperance Hall, Columbia 
Teness — ,exprcsHman,North Arm road 
Terhune N. G., police constable 
Tesch B. H.,dry goods.clothing, boots 

and shoes. Front, res same 
Taschner Herman C, engineer, Agnes 

nr Ferris 
Thew J., capt str " Iris," B. S. M. Co. 
Thew John, engineer str " Iris" 
Thibaudeau W., land surveyor at-^ 

draughtsman, Hamley BIk., Columbia 
Thicke P. J., jeweller lor Crake, res 

Queen's av 
Thomas J., E.C.P.M. Co. 
Thomas Jos., waiter Holl)rook house 
Thomas Joseph, night watchman E,C. 

P.M. Co. 
Thompson Alister, carpenter, Bushby 

Thompson Stephen J., photo- 
grapher Hamley Blk., Columbia, rea 
Agnes 

Thompson W. H., laborer, bda Depot 
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Thompson Willium, laborer, bds Depot 

hotel 
Tlioinson Hariy F., of Macpherson & 

Tliomson, res Columbia I 

Thomson L , carpenter for R. B. Bell I 
Thomson ^i'arv C. Miss, dressmaker 

Walker & Sliadvvell j 

Thorn ber L.. Douglas nr Prevost j 
Tliornton Thos., Paik Laneiir Polham 
Thiirlboiirn John, machiuist, Front 
Tidy Stephen (xeorge, contractor, 

Edin!";ir^-h above Gas Works 
Tietjon William, cigar mnfr., Columbia 
TiMi'n Frederick J,, canvasser for A. 

Hamilton, res Cit}' hotel 
Titmas William, R. C. P. M. Co. 
Toano Joseph, of Toane & Murphy 
Toane ifc Mi'.rphy, props Kail road Eos- 

taurant, Blackie nrOilumbia 
Todd AVi!li;«m, tiiinor B. S. Scoullar & 

Co., Pelham iirEllico 
Tolmie Alexander Joiin, prop Club, 

Columltia, Begbio nr Provost 
Towiiley Thomas D., deputy registrar, 

Tel 4(!. res Durterin 
Townsond Wm. B., com merchant, 

])roduco and feed stable, Columbia, 

res Patrick cor Douglas 
Townsond W. E., bricklayer, Clement 

Trapp T. J., & Co.| hardware, 
])ain(s, oil and glass, 71 Columbia 
cor McKeozio. Tel. 59 

Trapp Thoman, auctioneer, of T. J. 
Trapp &. Co., ros Agnos nr Mary 



Travellers Accident Insurance 
Co. of Hartford, Woods, Tur< 
nerii Gamble, agents 

Trew Archibald, student, Mary cor 

Agnes 
Trew Harriet Mrs., wid Chas., Mary 

cor Agnes 
Trodden James, conductor C.P.E., rus 

Agnes nr Ellico 

Truth Printing Co., pub daily 
and weekly " T r u t h," 
Church^nr C5. I'l.r'jSa 



Turn bull George, f> 



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er, Pelham nr Clinton, res Agues nr 
Ferris 

Turnbull W., & Co., general con- 
tractors and builders, Masonic cS: OJJ 
block, Columbia. Tel 1G 

Turnbull Wm,, ofW. Turnbull & Co., 

res Edinbourgh 
Turner, Bceton & Co.'s steamer^, 

Mathers &Milligan, agents 
Turner D. G., glazier R.C.l'.M. 

(Queen's av nr Douglas 
Turner I). G., foreman glazing factory 

^i.C.P.M., res Queen's av 
Turne** F, G., second dark ro; ; ,: 

ottico, res Royal office 
Turner George, of Wood.-, 'i ii^.v 

& (ramble, Koyal av nr DoutI."- 
Turner H. R. W., roor»id Agnes 

Convent 
Tyler Theodore, mgr Walker & SliiiJ. 

well, Douglas nr Royal av 
Vancouver Central. Tel 4!) 

Van Volkenburg&Bro.,oiitchcr>. 

Godfrc}' Schmidt, mgr, C(>lumbiar.r 
Douglas. Tel 4 
Veaton Neal, foreman, Msm i 'n.-'.io nr 
Columbia 

Vlanen William Henry, r'^vaSe- 

sale tish, game and fur dealer, ntu- 
ccric^; eU', Front, res same. Telti 



It Insurance 
\f oods, Tur< 
;ents 

ent, Mary cor 

Cluis., Mary 

itor C.P.R, res 



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"Truth," 

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Masonic & Odd, 
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Carpets, 

Floor Coverings 
and Curtains. 

The Largest Stock in th« Dominion is carried by 

THOMAS LIGGET. 

- ISsaolreDanieSt., - MONTREAL. 

Mail Orders promptly filled and Somples forwarded. 



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Vidal J. ir., c'lei-k land icgintry office 

res St. Georges t^quare 
Warner Wm., messenger E.C.P.M. 
Wiilkt-r JJavid, laborer, kis Eickboff 

bouse 

Walker Fred. Ceo., barrister, 
notary public, etc., Clark- 
8on,H.Fienne8-Clinton, mgr. 

I Tel 31 

%alker 11. G., of Walker & Shadwell, 
res Victoria 

iWaiker R. E., M.D., X.R.C.P. 
& S., Edinburgh, Agnes opp 

City Hall. Tel 8i» 

alker Ricbard, B.S.M. Co. 
k'^alkor k Sbadwell, dry goods, dross- 
makers, and men's luriigs, Columbia 

JWalkerT., millband B.S.M. Co. 

.Walker W. J., & Co., accls, real 

.; estate and ins., Mar}'. Tel 55 

[Walker Waller James, of W.J. Wal- 
ker & Co., res St. John opp Central 
school 
[Wallace Geo., sen., drill instructor, St 
Andrew's square nr Ellico 

[Wallace George, jun., St Andrew's sq 

'■ nr El lice 

^Walmsley Edward, bon., laborer, Sap- 

I perton 

*Walui8ley Edward, jun., laborer, Sap- 
porton 

^Walnisley James, jun., laborer, Sapper- 

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COLONIAL BI.OCK, 

MetD Westminster, B.C. 




Walmsley James, sen., millband B. S. 
M., Sapperton 

Walmsley John, sen., clerk. Sapperlon 

Walmsley John, jun., Ijlacksmiib, Sap- 
perton 

Walmsley M., draughtsman N.W.S. 
By., res Columbia opp St. Peter's 
church 

Walmsley Thomas, miUhand B.S.M., 
res Sapperton 

Walmsley Tiiomus, jun., laborer, Sap- 
pen on 

Walsh J., tailor, bds Occidental hotel 

Wallers Wm., B.S.M. Co. 

Ward Annio Miss, waitress Farmers' 
home 

Ward Frederick, bds Farmers' home 

Ward J., baggageman C.P.K. 

Ward John, bialicman C.lMi, Agnes 

nr Ferris 
Warren Frederick, engineer str 

"Emma," Agnes cor Ferris 
Warwick Charles, Prov. Govt Land 

agent. Royal av nr St John 
Warwul: Ceorge, clerk C P.N, Co.'s 

Wharf 
Watson John, teamster fireball 
Watson Robert, Douglas nr Provost 
Webbs, n , gunsmith, Columbia, res 

same 
Webster J. A., mill owner, Columbia 
Webster J. G., printer Truth, bds 

Queen's hotel 
Webster Jas. K., mechanical engineer , 

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Wei: V'^ii Robert J., carpenter, res 
Coi' nr Church 

Welsh . .'jm, student, Pelham nr 
Bllice 

Welsh John, tailor for McDougall 

Welsh Kate iVLiss, taiioress for McDon- 
gall 

Woscott — , of We^icott & Raymond, 
IGT Cokuabia. 

Wescott & Raymond, Colonial hotel, 
107 Columbia 

West End School, Miss Mary E. Car- 
rie, teacher 

Western Assurance Co^ (Fire) 
of Toronto, WoodSyTbirner & 
Gamble, agents 

Westminster Board of Trade, 
John Hendry, president; D. 
Robson, secretary 



Westminster Brewery, Wrig!it& J;tm- 
ieson, props, North road, Sapporton 

Westminster Club, G. D. Biynmor, 
president, Armstrong Bik, Columl)ia 

Woslmihster Steam Navigation C^ 
(Ltd), Mathers &Milligan, agents 

Westminster Woollen Mills 
Co. (Ltd), Thcs. Kerr, mgn 
Front,J.N. Draper, sec. ^eewi: 

Weston George, carpenter for R. B 

Bell, Farmers' home 
Whelan Bro. Wm., O.M.I. , prof St 

Louis ooi:eti;e 
White James H. rev., pastor Molho- 

dist church, res Mary cor Provost 
White Munroe, carpenter R. B. Boll, 

bds Farmers' homo 
Whiteside Daniel, messenger I'l'ovir. 

cial office, res Montreal nr Mary 
Whiteside Frederick, clerk D. Lyal i 

Co. 
Whiteside James, mining expert, 

Montreal nr Mary 
Whiteside W. J., law student Arm 

strong & Eckstein, res Montreal 
WhittakerH., R.C.P.M. 
Whitworth Isaac,engineer str " Delta, 

St Andrew's square nr Ellico 
Whyman Edward, janitor City hall 
Whyman Edward, caretaker City hall 
Whyman pjdward, landscape gardener, 

Mary cor Melbourne 



WESTMINSTER WOOLEN MAKUFACTUIO CO., LimiL 

UTew nrestminster^ B.C^ 

Manufacture Blankets, Tweeds, Homespuns, 

and Flannels, 

PAY CASH FOR WOOL-PRICE ACCORDING TO GRADE, 



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Vrijnlii& Jam- 
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D. Brymiit-r, 
Blk, Colnmlna 
uvigatiori Oj. 
igan, agents 

)llen Mills 

Kerr, mgn 

f sec* '^^^ «'if 

inter for R B. 

I.M.I., prof St 

pastor Molho- 
cor Provost 
.er R. B. Boll, 

senger I'rovir. 
sal nr Mary 
ilork D. Lyal i 

ining expert, 

stuilont Arm- 
)8 Montreal 

eerHtr" Delta," 
r Kllico 
xjrOity hail 
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fwhyte J. C, of F. G. Strickland & Co., 
M res Col II ni Ilia 
"IWiggiiiH John, guard B.C. penitentiary 

§Wilberg Bogus, cigarraaker, res Col- 
umbia 
Wilcox E., painter for S. Wileox, re'' 
Sf Bl;icki<i 

:;5Wilcox II., painter for S. Wilcox, res 
Blackio 

Wilcox Solomon, house, sign, car- 
riage und ornamental painting, 
' : Douglas, res Bluckio 

Wilkie Ottway, clerk, res Langley 
Williiin- C, T., 1{. C. P. M. 
Williams Charles II., mason, res Royal 
av cor Douglas 





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fiea/ Estate Brokers, &c. 

COLONIAL BLOCK, 

Ncto Westminster, B.C. 



Wintomute Alfred, boots and shoes, 

1H9 Columbia, res Agnes 
Wintenuite Bros., furniture mnfrs.. 



Columbia. Tel 73 



Williams Geo. S., bartender Central Wintemute George, clerk Wiutemutc 
l)o(el i Bn.H., res Pelham 

Williams Geo., painter, bds Farmers' [ Wintemute John, of Wintemute Bro^., 
Home I res Clark.son 

iWllliams Geo., tcl line xopairer, ixiH Wirilemuto Joseph, carpenter, Pel- 



Merchants Exchange 



ham cor Patrick 



Williams H. H , keeper B.(^ insane Wintemute Robt., of Wintemute Bros,, 

asylum, Pel nan. nr Douglas i res (Queen's av cor Mary 

Will'ams Louis, eon*ractor, Sapperton Wise Henry John, plasterer 
Williams Mary R. Mrs., of Williams&' Wise J. M., teaming, Dallas, bds Colo- 

Rasure, res Columbia nial 

Williams M. G., fireman L. S. M. Wise James, grocer anil prov., Wharf 

Williams R., R. C. P. M. front, res Agnes 

Williams k Rasure, millinery and ! Wise Joh-i, clerk Jas. Wi.se, res Agnos 
.'^ dressmaking, Columbia nr Church j Wise Joseph, res Park l.ino 
gWilmot E. A., engineer city water- Wise Wm., farmer, res Royal av nr 
\ v?orks I El lice 

IWilsoii Alfred Mrs., widow, res Irving ! Wishart Andrew, laboror,bds Furmci-s' 
I nr ClenienL home 

Wilhrow David Mrs., res Agues E bet 



jWilson Charles, mgr Colonial hotel 

IWilsou II. A., local mgr Can. Pacific 

I Telegraph, res Columbia 

IWils( n Henry, carpenter, bds Agnes 

I nrEllice 

rWilson Jennie Miss, 7 McNeally 

Windsor George, clerk, res St. George's 
square 

Winger West, teamster, res Royal av 
nr Ellice 

WinnF. W., R C. P.M 



Clement and Mary 

Wilhrow Nellie Miss, res Agnes P] bet 
Clement and Mary 

Witt Louis, cigarmuker, bdsBegbic nr 
Columbia 

Wolf Louis, watchman Standard Can- 
nery, res Sapperton 

Wolfeiidon Geo., of W. & G , Wolfenden, 
res Montreal nr Clinton 

Wolfenden W. & G., groceries, Colum- 



Winters John, waiter, 107 Columbia i biu cor Mary. Tel 67 



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don, res Polliiim iir Clintoa 

"Wolis rev. Chrislian, O. M. I., clerical 
slmlent St. Louis collivo'o 

Woods A. Vj., R. C. p. M., res Queen's 
av II r I'jilico 

Woods Charles E., land surveyor, of 
Woods, Turner & (ramble, res Col- 
umbia. Tel 22 

Woods Cliaries T., ven. fircdideaoon of [Young Henry Artliur, cajtt. str •'Iris,' 



Divie, soLtty., rooms Armstrong 

block, Columbia 
Yeomans Kichard S., ruler and boolc- 

binder Columbian, bds Farmers' 

homo 
York James, painter, bds Merchants 

Exchange restaurant 
Young H., eni^ineersLr "Iris " B. S, M, 



Col iimbia,i'octor of St. Mary's church, 
S:i])i)erton, res Sapperton. Tel 79 

Woods E. M. N., barrister-at- 

law, Mackenzie nr Clarkson 
Woods .John Geo., res Sapperton 
Woods Samuel, London Arms saloon, 

Agnes K bet Clement and Mary 

WoodSyTurner& Gamble, land 
surveyors and real estate, 
insurance and financial agts, 
Columbia, Bank of B.C.buil- 
dingopp Post Office. Tel42. 

Sec uUii on cover- 

Woods Wm., gardener, Editiburgh 

Woodvvoj. tb Blake, carpenter, Albert 
Crescent 

Working John, carpenter, Ellice 

Worsfold Cuthbert C, bookkeeper 
Woods, Turner & Gamble, res Car- 
narvon 

Worth C. A. Miss, clerk Miss M. Pee- 
bles, res File 

Worton Geo., blacksmith, Douglas nr 
Provost 

Wright Frank, carpenter, bds Caledo- 
nia hotel 

Wright & Jameson, props Westminster 
Brewery. Tel 75 

Wright James, printer Truth Printing 
Co., bds Queen's hotel 

Wright Lyman, of Wright & Jameson, 
res Sapperton, North road 

Wyatt Wm., R. C. P. M. 

Wyld E. A., accountant Bank of B.C., 
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Young Henry, keeper B.C. insane asy- 
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Chong Song & Co., mer, 

contractors, Columbia 
Fook Wo Si Co., employment agents 
Gim Lung & Co., mer. and labor 

contractors, 117 Front 
Hop Chong, laundry, Columbiaopp I{, 

C. Church 
Hop Lee, laundry, 54 Columl>ia 
Hop VYan, laundry, Cohunbia 

Blackwood 
Kam Chan, employment office 

Front 
Kwong Joy, Lung Keo, gen. nior. and 

labor ccmtractors, 143 Front 
Kwong Kee Chingit Co., merc^handise 
Kwong On Wo <fe Co., gen morchuiits, 

Froiit 
Kw »ng Man Yuen & Co., merchants 

Front 
Lung Tai, mer. tailor and employment 

otiice. Front 
Quong On Long & Co., merchants, 

Front 
Sing Keo, merchant, Columbia 
Ton Chuc & Co., laundry, and labor 

contractors, 33 Columbia 
Whong, Coon & Co., provisions, 100 

Front 
Wing Chong, laundry, 93 Columbia 
Wing Lung & Co., provisions, 119 

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Ying Tai & Co., labor contractors, 
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NELSON, 

A mining town on an arm of the Kootenay 
lake, 100 miles south of Revelstoke. It is 
the headquarters for the Toad Mountain 
District. 

Anderson II., constable and recorder 

Hume & Lemon, miners 

NEW WESTMINSTER JCT. 

(See Westminster Junction), 

NICOLA LAKE, (See also 
Coutlee and Quilchenaj 

A country po.«t office in the Nicola Valley. 
Mail twice ii week. Nearest raihray ami 
telegraph ollioe Spence's Bridge, dis 60 
miles. Iliis Presbyterian and Methodist 
ciiurehus. Hus n public school, good water 
power, and extensive grazing lands. PofiloO. 

Postmaster, A. E. Hows© 

Carrington Thomas 

ChippJohn, M. 1). 

Clapporton John, farmer 

Clappeiton iieo., J. P., sheriff and 

Government agent 
Corbett James, geiiileman 
Corbett John, gentleman 
Dally F., sheep herder 
Derby A., blacksmiih 
Crillio James, ninoher 
Gillie P. J., rancher 
Gilmorejohn, farmer 

Howse A, Elgin, general mer- 
chant and postmaster, prop 
Dominion steam saw and 
planing mills and Nicola 
flour mills 

Kiirray rev. Geo., Presbyterian 
Bichardson ILirry, miller 
JBichardson Henry, sawyer 
Biley W., blacksmith 
jRiley Wm. 

Smith Clair, hotelkeeper 
Winslow rev. J. W., Methodist 
|Woodward Caleb, wheelwright 



NICOMIN (See also Sumas 
P.O,) 

A station on the C.P.R., 54 miles east of 
Vancouver. It is in the New Westminster 
district. The Fraser Kiver is only a mile 
south, and SumasP.O.just across the river. 

Banlieux Arthur, farmer, J^ic Station 
Bar rick Joiin B., trader 
Barry T. \V., farmer, Xic Island 
Caron Joseph, farmer, Nic fetation 
Cartier Louis, farmer, NicSlalion 
Clarke Geo.B., farmer, Nic Island 
Clarke Horace C, farmer, Nic Island 
Combes Wm., farmer 
Curl is Geo., farmer, Nic Island 
Fee Wesley G., farmer, Nic Slough 
Garner James R, farmer, Nic sToiigh 
Gourley James, tanner, Nic Ishmd 
Gourley Thos., farmer, Nic Island 
Jaggers John, farmer, NicS!o\igh 
Magar Goo., farmer, Nic Slough 
Magar Hazen, farmer, NicSlougli 
Ma'far R. D., farmer, Nic Slough 
.McDonald Alex., farmer, Nic Isl:ind 
.Mclnnis Jchn A., farmer, Nic Island 
-Miller Henry N., farmer, Nic Island 
Morrill John, farmer, Nic Island 
Pretoiitai lie Alphonse, farmer, NicStn. 
lledmond Valentine, farmer, Nic Isl. 
Richardson Joseph, farmer 
Smith Richard, farmer, Nic Slough 
Tremblay Amory, farmer, Nic Sin 
Tremblay Joseph, farmer, Nic Station 
Trethewa}' Sam., farmer, Nic Sloi.gh 
Trethevva}- Jos., farmer, Nic Slough 
V^asey Henry, farmer, Nic Slough 
Willout Ricf"vJ, fiariuer 

NORTIi ARM, 

A country post olBce and settlement in 
Richmond municipality, on the North Arm 
of the Fraser River, dis 15 miios from New 
Westminster. 
Postmaster, Win. Henry Eburne 

Brewster James, farmer 
Bridgchouse Sam., farmer 



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Browne Edwivrii Sloano, farmer 
ByrneHPiitriok, tiirmer 
Byrnes Peter, farmer 
t/'armicl)iiel iJuiicai), farmer 
Curscallen Geo,, farmer 
Carscallon Wellington, farmer 
Chapman Steplien Geo., tarmor 
Cochrane John, farmer 
Cridland Thos., farmer 
Daniels Alfred Jlenry, farmer 
Daniels J)an., farmer 
Daniels Daniel Kmbling, farmer 
Daniels Wm., farmer 
Densmore John, tarmor 

Eburne Wm. Henry, post- 
master 

Errington Thos., farmer 
Evans Albert, farmer 
Ferris Wm. Douglas, jr., farmer 
Eraser Thos,, fanner 
Erew James, farmer 
Gilmoro James, ti.rmer 
Gray Wm., farmer 
Johnson John, dairyman 
Kerr Geo., farmer 
Kilgour Alex., ftirmer 
Lawson jas. AV., fai-mer 
Magee Geo. Edwin, farmer 
Magee Hugh Crawford, farmer 
Magee James Douglas, farmer 
Magee Wm. James, farmer 
Mason Anthon}-, farmer 
McBrideW^m., farmer 
McCeo Hugh, fin-mer 
McClury Eilzgerald, farmer 
MeCrae Geo., farmer 
McDonald Allan, farmer 
McDonald llugli, farmer 
McLean Angus, blackMnith 
Miller Jamos, farmer 
Mole Henry, farmer 
Montgomery JoIm), farmer 
Nichol Wm., farmer 
Pearse Herbei-t Lloyd, laborer 
Putnam Timothy, stoamboatman 
Quigley Joseph, farmer 
Eca James, larmor 



Reid Daniel Ilanlej', fainior 
Jiobinson Chas., fariiK ' 
liowling Henry S., faru. ■ 
Howling James W, R., lariner 
liowling Wm. Henry, farun'r 
liussell Bonny, logger 
Scratchely Wm, James, fanner 
Sexsuiilh Chas, (rarrelt, farmer 
Sexsmith John Wesley, farmer 
Smith James Gowan, farmer 
Sprolt John II,, farmer 
StevenH John, farmer 
Wlew:irt Wm, E., captain 
Taitland Chas,, farmer 
Taylor Frank David, farmer 

NORTH BEND, 

A division town oa the main line of the 
C.P.U., 127 miles east of Vancouver, lla? 
l)ost, telegraph and oxjji'ess otRce, 0. P. U 
Hotel and dining station. Episcopal aotl 
Roman Catholic churches. 
Postmaster, Peter Fink 

Andrews H., engine turner 
Brady W,, watciunan 
Bryant A., cook 

Buckley 11,, telegrajjh operator 
Couture L,, watchman 
l>evlin E., detective 
Elsliam H., waiter 
Elwo(;d J., turner 

Fink Peter, postmaster and 

general store 

Gram R. Z,, car inspector 

Gilslead H., watchman 

Girdwood Chas, Boilf<, mechanical en- 
gineer 

Hodgims Geo. S., locomotive foremiiD 

Honeyman 11., laborer 

Hender.>,on Chas, Wallaco,agent CP.R 

Cal^ot Geo., car repairer 

Lyons E., genei -l store 

Justice 11. E,, wiper C.P,R, 

Kelly Daniel, bdg house 

LalondeJ,, lunch counter Eraser Call' 
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Lyons J. H., wiper C.P.R. 
Lyons Philip, wiper C.P.R. 
Phinister A., woodman C.P.R. 
McDiermid Frod., turner's helper 
McDonald D. D., carpenter C.P.R. 
McDonald H., wiper C.P.R. 
Munro A., asst roadtnaster 
Rcerman J., yardman C.P.R. 
Riley C. W., yardmaster C.P.R. 
Reneh Creorge, nhop laborer C.P.R 
Smith C. J., blacksmith C.P.R. 
Sullivan J. L., operator C.P.R. 
Stephens J. W., operator C.P.R. 
Wright John, woodman C.P.K 

NORTH SAANICH, 

A country post office, 16 miles north of 
Victoria. Mails 3 times a week from Vic- 1 
toria. i 

Postmaster, II. Brackman | 

Brackman H., postmaster, of 

Brackrajm & Kerr 
Anderson Waller Bernie, carpenter 
Armstrong Wm. Robt., farmer 
Bartleman Peter, blacksmith 
Bennett Andrew Jackson 
Bird Charles S. 

Brackman & Kerr, props Saa 
nich Flour mill ' 

Brethour Henry 

Brethour J. W. 

Brethour Jiunes Wesley 

Brethour John 

Brethour Julius 

Brethour Samuel 

Coultie David 

Collin Thos. Augustus 

Collin Waller Prancia 

Copeland W., farmer 

rirawford Robt. 

Downey James Thomas, brewer 

Downey John Jas., farmer 

Edwards John Elijah 

Ferguson Thomas, farmer 

Foucretiult Thomas 

Frank Paul 



Il.arrison Thos,, farme.r 

Ilerber L., farmer 

Ilirth Rufus, farmer 

Ilutchings Wm., laborer 

Irvine Peter, farmer 

John James, farmer 

John Richard, jun., farmer 

John Joseph, farmer 

Ker David Russell, of Brackman & Ker 

Ker Thomas Arnot, miller 

Keys W. a, farmer 

Lermon Wm., farmer 

A(cI)onald Donald, farmer 

Mt'Jlnoyl Jas, Thos., secy Agr, Soc. 

Menagh Alexander, farmer 

Mills Mrs. E., tanner 

Morrison Duvid, laborer 

Moss Daniel David, farmer 

Newbigging John 

Ogilvie Wm,, farmer 

Otio John, carpenter 

Page Wm., ftirmt^r 

Pearce John, farmer 

Peterson H., farmer 

Rciiy ChtiH. Henry, farmer 

Reay William, farmer 

Reid Benjamin David, shoemaker 

Reils John, farmer 

Roberts Samuel, fanner 

Rossiter Henry, teacher 

.S.iatiich Flour Mills, Brackman & Ker 

Sadler Kdtnund, fanner 

Handover Slep.,lilacksmith and farmer 

Si'olt James, laborer 

Sohrin Thompson, farmer 

Simpson E., farmer 

.Sim|)son Henry, jun., farmer 

Simpson Wm,, fiiriner 

Smith William, brickmaker 

Thomalin I., farmer 

Tliomson Jas. Wilson, teacher 

Thomson Simon Wm., farmer 

Tovvnes Wm., larmt-r 

Wain Harry, jun., farmer 

Wain Henry, .sen., farmer 

Wales Clias., farmer 

WMiito Win., farmer 

WilliaaiH Wm. Henry, farmer 






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A settlement in tlic Yale district, on the 
North Thompson River. P. 0. Kamloops- 

Armour Satal. 
Boiichot Tlionius, miner 
Edwards John T. 
Fader Cliiis. 
Harvey Geo. Wasloy 
James John T., millwright 
Jamieson James, millwright 
Kiiouff James 
KcAuieyJohn, jr. 
^[cAuley John, sr. 
McCloan Alex., packer 
Mc(iueen Isaac 
MoVey Thomas 
Xoble Andrew 
Smith Gilbert, lumberman 
Smith John Trement 
Yenn Albert James 
Willis John H. 

OKANAGON, 

A post settlement in the Yale distrif^t. 
Nearest railway station and telegrapn 
office Kamloops, dis 50 railes- Mails twice 
a week. 
Postmastu. , J. O'Keefe 

Anderson D. Mclntyre 

Best Arthur, miner 

Brewer Chas. 

Campbell Randall 

Charles Christian 

Convreti Gilbert 

Creighton John, Blue Springs 

Dai ley John 

DeLaurier Amos 

Donnelly Geo. 

Duteau Vincent 

Ellison Price, blacksmith 

Fifle Eusebe, carpenter 

GurfiU Dosithe 

Girouard Luc 

Graham Donald 

Greenbow Thomas 

Huff Colin M. 

Joneu Daniel H., builder 



Jones Robert, Blue Sptii jja 

Jones Wm, II., builder 

Lareau Joan 

Laura Hydraulic Co. and Saw Mill 

Lee James 

Lyons James 

McLennan Alex. 

McNeill Alfred 

Megaw W. R., general store 

Meyers Wm. Peter 

Moore LB. 

0*Keefe CorneliuSi gen store 

and postmaster 

Phillips John 

Po.stetl Bros., ranchers 

Postell Edward, of PoHtell Bros. 

Postell W., of Postell Bros. 

Thompson John 

Thorn Eiward 

Vernon Hon. Forbes G. 

Watson Ed. Jesst 

Wat^on Eichard 

Wood Ed. H., miner 

OKANAGAN MISSION, 

A country po^t, office, 35 miles from Vernon. 
Nearest railway station and telegraph 
Sicamouse. Mail once a week. Um a 
Hour mill. Nearly all the valuable farm- 
ing land is taken up. This valley h 
about ten miles long, in some placesG nillcs 
wide, in others but 2 miles. There are a 
number of smaller valleys conueciing with 
this valley, but they all go to form ilie 
Okanagan Mission Valley. For fruit 
growing this valley has few equals in B.C. 
Apples, pears and plums are grown iu 
abundance, while grapes and peaches are 
expected in equal abundance. These lat- 
ter trees have just found their way into the 
Valley. In the woods are found black, 
brown and grizzly bears, wolves and cov- 
tes, lions and wolverine. Of amphibious 
fur-bearing animals we have otter, beaver 
and tisher. Deer, cariboo, marmots, grouse, 
fowl-hens, partridges, ducks, geese, crane 
and many others much sought after by 
sportsmen are abundant. Trout and sal- 
mon are plenty. The weather is exceedinglj 
mild in summer, it is rarely over 90 * in 
the shade, while the eveninss are cool. 

Postmaster, Bernard Lequime 



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This valley is 
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lea. There are a 
•3 connecting witli 

go to tbim tlie 
illey. For fruit 
few equals in B.C. 
iius are grown in 
3 and peaches are 
lance. These iat- 

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are found blacli, 

wolves and coy- 

Of amphibious 

lave otter, beaver 

marmots, grouse, 
ucka, geese, crane 
sought after by 
.. Trout and sal- 
itherisexcecdiDgly 
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Bulagno Chas., farmer 

Bai-clayC^oo., farmer 

Boaton Duncan, minor 

Borurd Alex., laborer 

Biajourne Henry, laborer 

Bishop Joseph, laborer 

Bissett Peter 

Bliine Henry, farmer 

Blondeau Jules 

Boucher! ne Isidore, farmer 

Brent KreJoricif, farmer 

Brent Joseph, farmer 

Brent Louis, farmer 

Brent \Vm., farmer 

Brodeur Louis, farmer 

Brown Andrew 

Brunette Frank, farmer 

Buchanan Bro. Joseph, at Mission 

Campbell James, laborer, Trout Creek 

Campbell Eonald, farmer 

Carian rev. Father, O.M.I., at Mission 

Casorso John, farmer 

Christian Joseph, gentu-al store and 

hotel 
Christian Louis 
Coate Thomas, laborer 
Conkle Wm., farmer, Trout Creek 
Conroy John, gen store and farmer 
Derrickson Thomas, trader 
Dufeau John, laborer 
Duncan Wm., tarmer 
Diiteau Nelson, miner 
Felix Bro Atchison 
Fitdayson Frederick, farmer 
Freeman George, laborer 
Gavnott Ed., fiiirmer. Trout Creek 
Gurnott Wm., farmer, Trout Creek 
Gartrell James, farmer, Trout Creek 
Gillard Arthur 
Gillard August, farmer 
Gillard Frederick, farmer 
Gillard Leon, laborer 
Greer Francis, farmer 
Guaschetti Antonio, farmer 
Guaschetti Carlos, farmer 
Hagan Michael 
Hamilton Wm. John, laborer 
Haaehey Isaac, farmer 



Haynes John, cowboy 

Herman John, miner and trapper 

Heron Thos., farmer 

Horning David, blacksmith 

Hull Benjamin, farmer 

Jones David, carpenter 

Jones Thomas, farmer 

Jones Wm., farmer and carpenter. 

Trout Creek 
Kifiin George 
Knox Arthur B., farmer 
Lacerti William 
Lambert Stephen 
Lawrence Joseph, packer 
Lawson Charles 

Lequime Bernard, of Lequlme 

Bros., por.tmiister 

Lequime Bros., gen store, 
hotel and Post Office 

Lequime Eli, of Lequime Bros. 
Lequime Gastioii, of Lequime Bros. 
Loddy Thos., miner and trapper 
Lefebvre Alphonse, farmer 
Lesmeurs Joseph 
Lundy Thos., laborer 
McDonald Norman, farmer 
McDougall Amable, laborer 
McDougall Edward, cow boy 
McDougall Enea.j, farmer and guide 
McDougall Henry, laborer 
McDougall John, farmer 
McDougall L., laborer 
McDougall Urban, laborer 
McKay Robt, farmer 
McLean Donald, laborer 
McLennan Alex., farmer. Trout Creek 
Moore McB., miner and trapper 
Murray Thos., fa'-raer 
Nicholson Don , nlLsmith and farmer 
Ortolan Clemen l, aarnessmaker 
Ortolan Eli, laborer 
Ortolan Francis, farmer 
Paudosy rev. Father, O.M.I., at Mis- 
sion 
Postell Alfred, rancher 
Postell Wra., farmer 
Powers Wm., farmer 






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Sherin^rhnm Ed., laborer 

Simpson Geo., lal'Orer 

Simpson Geo. W., farmer 

Simpson Thos., laborer 

Smithson Wm. 

Snider Henry, farmei', Trout Creek 

Swallwell Wm., farmer 

Tronson Edmund J. 

Vessello Louis 

Was ley Sam I., laborer 

Watson Fred., school teacher 

Watson Jesse, farmer 

Watson Richard, farmer 

Whelan Geo. 

Whelan Geo., farmer 

Williams A. B., farmer 

Williams J. B., laborer • 

Williams John W. 

AVissett Jno., farmer 

Wood Thos., J. P., farmer 

Woods Duncan, farmer, Trout Creek 

ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY 
MILE HOUSE, 

A post office on the Cariboo road in Lac 
La Hache Valley ; it is the nearest point to 
the Forks of Quesnell, Keltbly, Harvey and 
Snowshoe Creeks. Nearest railway station 
Ashcroft, dis 140 milfs; telegraph Soda 
Creek, 28 miles. Mail weekly. 
Postmaster, R. Borland 

Borland R., postmaster 

Ea^le Charles B., general store and 

flour mill 
Pinchbeck William, general store and 

sawmill 
Veith & Borland, general store 

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHT 
MILE HOUSE, 

A Post and Telegraph Office on the Cariboo 
road, 108 miles from Lillooet ; nearest Rail- 
way Station Ashcroft, 93 miles. 

Allan Wm., hotelkeeper, 100 Mile 
House 

Walker Wuj., ageni C.P.R. Telegraph 



OSOYOOS, 

A country post office in Vale district, 2 
miles from the American boundary. Near- 
est railway station and telegraph Sicamouae 
dis 169 miles. Mail monthly. 

Postmaster, T. Krugor 

Clauston Richard Lome, rancher 

Osoyoos Lake 
Curry Thomas 
Cutler Chas. Ilicks 
Keogan Michuel 

Kruger Theodore, postmaster 

and general store 

Pittendrigh Henry S., Csoyoos Lake 
Richter Frank 

Rykert John C, dep. col. Customs 
Vernon Hon. Forbes G., M.P.P. 

OTTER POINT, See Sooke, 

A post settlement in the Esquimaltdistrict- 
it is situated south' of Sooke, which it 
adjoins. Mails w( -om Victoria, dis 

20 miles. 

Folger Arthur Ilereward, farmer 

Gordon Edward, farmer 

Scarf Oscar, farmer 

Shields Jas., farmer, Sooko River 

OTTER TAIL, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
504 miles east of VanoouTer. 

Columbus Peter, miner 
McManus John, miner 
Nicholson John, carpenter 
Pollock George, miner 

0-WEE-KAY-NO, See also 
Rivers Inlet, 

On the north shore at the head of Rivers 
Inlet. Fishing is the principal industry. 
Mail monthly from Victoria. 

Hart M., of Shotbolt, Hart& Co. 
Saunders H., saw mill and salmon can- 

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PALLISER, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
490 miles east of Vancouver; has telegraph 
office. 

Hanson A., hotel 
Harrison H. "W., man. saw mill 
McDonuM I). J., man. P. A. A. A. 
MOONEY P. W., station maHter 
Portor J. E., engineer C. P. R 
Spaul W. J.,Hecy. P. A. A. A. 
WoIIhG. p., travelling agent 
WellH J. D., general Htore 
Wells W. C. ," saw mill 



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PARKSVILLE or 
man's River, 

A post office in the Nanaimo district. Mails 
weekly by stage, and tri-weekly by steamer 
from Natiaimo, 20 miles. Nearest railway, 
telegraph and express offices Wellington, 
dis 15 miles ; this is anew settlement, and 
offers every inducement to settlers. Pop 
67. 
Postmaster, Nelson Parks 

Austin — , farmer 
Bott Clias., tisliertnan and farmer 
Bott J. F., tislierman and farmer 
Chaney — , fanner 
Craig. I., farmer 
(Jraig It., fanner 
Croaker Chas., farmer 
Curtis E., fiirincr 
Davis Mrs. F., farmer 
Fisher — , farmer 
Graver C. R., farmer 
Hcmsworth T. G., farmer and fisher- 
man 
Hirst A. v., farmer 
Hirst Andrew, farmer 
Hirst John, gen store and h„tel 
Hirst Joseph, fartner 
J(iy Chas., fisherman 
Lee Henry, fisherman and farmer 
Lewis Win., farmer 
Lowery James, blacksmith and farmer 
McCartcr J,, farmer 



McCarler W. R., farmer 
McKinnon J., farmer 
McLaren D. D., farmer 
McLaren Jas., farmer 
McMillan D. A„ farmer 
Mills Wm., farmer 
Morrison Wm., farmer 

Parks Nelson, postmaster 

Parks Nelson, & Sons, farmers 
Plummer Geo., farmer 
Hath Wm., farmer 
RontzOtto, farmer 
Souza John, fisherman 
Wallace — , farmer 

PARSON'S BRIDGE, 

Esquimau district. 

''astolle Chas., farmer 
iMcGuiro James, contractor 
.Miller Ernest, farmer 
Pretty Henry, brickmaker 
Thomas John, farmer 
Weford Walter, farmer 

PAVILION, 

A country post office on the Cariboo road, 
26 miles from Clinton. Nearest railway 
station Ashcroft, dis 39 miles ; Kamloopg 
60 miles. 
Postmaster, Wm. Lee 

Garrigan Philip, farmer, blacksmith 
and trader 

Lee Wm.y postmaster, gen 

store and flour mill 
Maitley Capt. John, J. P. and farmer 

PENNYS, 

A station on the main line of the C- P. R., 
222 miles east of Vancouver. 

Pennie Chas., farmer 
Wilson John, farmer 



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PENTICTON, 

A liindiiig on the Columbia lakes, in the 
Southern piu • of Kootenay district. It is 
45 miles distant troin Rock Creek, and is 
readied via Oka-iagan Mission. 

Ellis Thomas, .nock raiser 
Wade Alfred Ilohry 

PERRY OREEK, 

A mining settlc-rnent in the Kootenay dis- 
trict. 

Be'il John, miner 
Bilsland Alexander "W., carpenter 
Scoby JohnlToniy, p.'icker 
Tegart Edward, miner 

PITT RIVER MEADOWS, 

A settlement in the New Westminster dis- 
trict- 

CJurrie AValter 

Fox James 

Graj- Harry C, watchman 

Harris Wellington 

McKenno}- John 

McLean Alex., jr. 

McLean Donald 

Pittendrigii Ifenrj' S. 

Simpson James 

Smith Arthur II., laborer 

Wise Wm. 

PLEASANT VALLEY, 

A settlement in Yale district. 

Harding Henry 
Ilawkcs Joseph 
Meagen Wm. J. 
Miller Hohert 
Moraiid C. L., carpenter 

PLUMPER PASS, 

A pos' otfice on the Victoria and Vancouver 
steamboat route, Cowichan district, half 
way bcLwecn the above ports, dis 35 miles. 
Jl.iils twice a week. Its industries are 
farming, sheep raising and fishing, Excel- 
lent fruit is grown here. It has good sea- 
bathing. Occasional services by the various 



denominations. 1 1 includes the following 
Islands : Muyne, Pender, Tiimbo, Prevoat, 
Galiano, Saturna, Samuel and Narrow. 

l'u>itmaster, Wm. T. Collinson 

Appleby Lionel Shaffer, fmr, Maync 

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Auchterloine James, fmr, Ponder Isl 

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Bennet James, fmr, Maj'no Isl 
Bonnet Thos., fmr, Mayne Isl 
Campbell James C, fmr, Mayno Isl 
Chaplain Henry, farmer, (taliano Isl 
Collinson Melville, fmi-, .^[aytle Isl 
Collinsou Wm , sen., fmr, Mayno Isl 

Collinson Wm., Tompkins, 

postmaster and gen store 

Colston Eobt. C, fmr, Mayno Isl 
Colston S. B., fmr, M.-iyne Isl 
Cook Cai'l, fmr, Mayne Isl 
Cook John, fmr, (riiliaiio Isl 
Cook Wm., fmr, Mayo Isl 
Cott.'-r Thos., tmr, (ialiano Isl 
Deacon John, sen., fmr, Mayno Is' 
Deacon John H., inn, Mayr.e Isl 
Deacon Wm., fmr, Mayno Isl 
Dunn Michael, fmr, ]\[ayne Isl 
Eckholni John, fmr, May.io Isl 
Figg Thomas Picliard, fmr, Mayne 

Isl 
Flannajan Michael, fmr, Samuel Isl 
Garrick Andrew, tisherman, Mayne 

Isl 
Garrick Peter, fisherman, Ma3-ne Isl 
Georgeson George, tmr, Maj-no Isl 
Georgoson llenrj', sen., light house 

keeper, Mayno Isl 
Georgoson Henry, jun., fmr, Mayne 

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Georgeson James, light house keeper, 

East Point 
Georgeson Jrhn, fmr, Galiano Isl 
Georgeson Wm., fmr, Galiono Isl 
Gray Judson, fmr, Galiano Isl 
Grey Ealph G., fmr, Samuel Isl 
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Grimmor Washington, J.P., fiii)-, Pon-I 

der Isl 
Groth Charles, fmr, Galiano Isl 
Hamilton James, fmr, Ponder Isl 
HarrisH Walter E., fmr, Mayne IbI 
Harrold Thos., fmr, Mayno Lsl 
Heck Jaeoh, fmr, Mayne lsl 
Hoger Henry, fisherman, Mayne lsl 
Hope Rutherford, fmr, Pender lsl 
Hudson J. A., fmr, Narrow lsl 
Jiimison Arcliie, tishcrman, Mayne lsl 
Liddel John, Imr, Pender lsl 
McKay Mrs., Saturna lsl 
McKinnon M., school teacher," Mayne 

lsl 
Matlieson Tohn, fisherman, Mayne lsl 
MillintHon Wm., fmr, Galiano lsl 
Murcheson P., jr., fmi', Galiano lsl 
Murcheson Finlay, sen., fmr, Galiano 

lsl 
Payne C. R. S., fmr, Saturna lsl 
Payne Goraid, fmr. Salurna lsl 
Phelps VVni., scliool teacher, Maytio lsl 
Pike W. M., fmr, Saturna Island 
Robson Fred. J., fmr, Mayne lsl 
Robson .lames, tinr, Mayno lsl 
Itobson Wm. M., J. P., assessor, collec- 
tor and fmr, Mayno lsl 
Rutherford Georue, farmer, S.imuol lsl 
Seabrook J. J., fmr, (mliano lsl 
r^horo Sidney, fmr, Galiano lsl 
Silva John, fmr, Mayne lsl 
Smith John, fmr, Mayna lsl 
Smith Wm. J., fmr, Ma;,ne lsl 
Spald- ig Arthur, fmr, Pender lsl 
Sutherland JJanio!, builder, Mayne lsl 
Tutton Isaac, fmr. Turn bo lsl 
Tod Isaac, fmr, Mayno lsl 
Wessell John, fmr, Ponder lsl 
Wright llobt., fmr, Galiauo lsl 

POPCUM, 

A small villftge, a few miles from Hope. A 
large saw mill is located here. 

Airth J)avid 

Ci'omarty Wm., millhand 

ncrrliiig Chus. 



KonnoJy Robert, millhand 
Knight Bros., props Popcum saw mills 
Knight Ebenezer B., of Knight Bros. 
Kniijht Wm., of Knight Bros. 
McMillan Richard, laborer 

PORT ESSINGTON, 

A village situated at the mouth of Sktrena 
River on the south side. It is iu the Cassiar 
District, 500 miles north of Victoria, and 
reached by steamer fortnightly. The popu- 
lation is about tJO white, and 300 Indians, 
but in the fishing season increases to about 
lOoO, of which about 100 arc white. The 
principal industry is fishing and canning. 
There is also a saw mill in connection with 
the village. 

Browne rev. M. C, M. A., Church of 

England 
Cunningham & Gamble, saw mill 

Cunningham R. & Son, mer- 
chants and canners 

Gamble T., manager saw mill 

Hopkins i-ev Geo.F., Mctbodist church 

Johnson Wra., farmer 

Lee Thomas, salmon cumor 

Rood John, salmon canner 

PORT HAMMOND, see Maple 
Ridge 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
27 miles east of Vancouver, municipality 
of Maple Ridge, district of New Westmin- 
ster. Railway station called Hammond ; 
has money order post office. Mails daily. 
E.xpress and telegraph offices. 
Postmaster, W. J. Harris 

Bell Archibald 

Bond Edwin Jno., tel repairer 

Codd Arthur 

Bockstader Archibald 

Forno}' Julos Milton 

Frasor James Donald, C.P.R. 

Gamsby Sydney, artist 

Grey H. C, watchman C.P.R. 



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Harris F. V,, clerk W. J. Harris 

Harris W. J., J. P., gen store 

and postmaster 

Henry Gcorjje W.,prop Port Ham mond 

nnrBcry, and fruit dealer 
Henry Titos, E. B., photographer 
Irvin<? James 

Jackson D., pumpman C.P.R, 
WcDonell J. R. 

Sinclair James M.,prop Sinclair house 
Smith John, miner 
Thompson Robt. 
Weboer D, C, market gardener, and 

nurseryman 
Wilson Edwin 

PORT HANEY, see Maple 
Ridge, 

A post office and station on the main line 
of the C.P.R.,14 miles east of New Westmin- 
Bter and 26 miles east of Vancouver railway 
Station, called Haney. Telegraph and 
express ottices at Hammond, dia 2 miles. 
It lias Methodist, Presbyferlan and Caiholic 
churches and public school. A fi?h freez- 
ing eHtablisbment and a brick yard are 
located here. There is some excellent 
agricultural Innd in the vicinity open for 
homestead entry. Pop. 250. 

Postmaster, D. Docksteader 

Armstrong F, H., clerk 

Armstrong Thos.,hotelkeoper,and mgr 

Fraser River Freezing Co, 
iicekett & Co., brick manufacturers 
Beckett Ernest Wm., mgr Beckett & 

Co. 
Beckett Henry Robt,, of Beckett & Co. 
Beckett WiPard Earl, farmer 
Bosom worth Thos. 

Pocksteader Daniel^ post- 

muslcr und gen store 



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Fraser River 

packers 
Hewitt George 
]\IcKay Hugh, school teacher 
McLearn John,brickmakor for O'Brien 
McLcarn Matthew, biickmuker for 

O'Brien 
Morrison Angus 
O'Brien Elroy, brick mfr 
Sinclair Temple F., gen store and 

contractor 
Smith Gustave 
Stephens Robt H. 
Webster James M. 
Woo Loo, storekeeper 

PORT MOODY, 

A st.ilion on the main line of the C.P.R., 
at the head of Burrard Inlet, 12 miles east 
of Vancouver, and 6 miles rrnm Xew West- 
minster ; has post and telegr.iphoflices, and 
telephone connecton wiili Vancouver and 
New Wesim'nster. Mail daily. 

Postmaster, Joseph Tayes 

Butchard & Rasure, brick mnfis 

Dingwall & Uotlard, shingle mill 

Dock rill Joseph 

Elliott Hoiiry John, hotelkeeper 

Elson Wm., farmer 

Hayden W. F., agent C.P.R. 

Johnson John, farmer 

Kirkpatrick & Hochell, shingle mills 

Lundborn Augustus Wm. 

Nelson Fred. F., gen stoio 

Noon Allen, contractor 

Pioneer Lumber Co. saw mill, J, B. 

Tiffin, mgr 
Rasuru G. W, of Butchard & Rasure 
Sci.lt J. T. 

Tayes Joseph, gen store and 

postmaster 

Ti'Rn John B,, mgr Pioneer Lumber 
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PRIESTS' VALLEY, 

A settlement in the Yale district. 

Bryden Tho'>. Joseph, laborer 
Biirris Jas. IT., Journeyman 
Cameron Wm. F., merchant 
Campbell Ewen 
Gooden Peter, teamster 
HannaR. S., teacher 
Hardy Thos., laborer 
Kerr Eobert Duncan, storekeeper 
Leonard Francis, enjrineer 
Lcvasseur Chas., hotelkeeper 
Lyons rev. Samuel, priest 
Mcintosh Eory, laborer 
MoranE. Line, carpenter 
Morris Leonard 
Mulvaney Patrick 
Otherlard Joseph F., carpenter 
Phillip James, land owner 
Quinn Faulkner, carpenter 
Eeynolds Denit 0. 
Tiigbie Iliram, carpei.Ur 

PRINCETON, 

A post ofBcegin the Yale Kootenay District. 
Postmaster, J. F. Allison 

QUADRA, 

A country post office in Coraox di3trict,and 
includes Denman Island, Hornby Island 
Nelson district and New Castle district. 
Mail weekly. Nearest railway and tele- 
gra|)h offices Nauaimo, dis 40 miles, reached 
by steamer. Its industries are farminpf ; 
coitl has been found on Denman Island ; 
has a public school. Occasional services 
are held by Presbyterians^and Methodists. 

Postmaster, Robt. T. Swan 
QUA MICH AN, 

On the line of the E. & N. Ry., Cowichan 
District. Railway station ^and telegraph 
office, Duncans ; steamboat landing Maple 
Brty, dis 5 miles. Has Episcopal churcht 
R. 0. church, and convent, and public 
school. 

Postmaster, W. P. Jaynos 



Adams & Beaumont, hotel keepers and 

general store 
Adams Ed., of Adams & Beaumont 
Alexander David 
Alexander D^vid, jun., farmer 
Alexander Jame.-i, farmer 
Batty Geo., farmer 
Blair John, farmer 
BIythe Alex., farmer 
Brownell Alonzo Aaron, blacksmith 
Burns Wm. C, farmer 
Cathcart Jas., butcher 
Cavin Robt. S., farmer 
Crosier Christopher, farmer 
Crosier Jonas ChrisLopher, farmer 
Carrie D., carpenter 
DevineJohn, farmer 
Doupe Sam., farmer 
Duncan Wm. Chaliuers, farmer 
Dwyer John Crowe, farmer 
Evans J'ls., farmer 
Ford Waller, catpenter 
Fry Ily., J. P., M.P.P, and farmer 
Fry Henry, jun., C. E. 
Ilennessy Peter, farmer 
Hoar Archibald Belmont, farmer 
Holmes David, fanner 
llooper Francis, I'anner 
nvnes Percy Fi-anklin, carpenter 

Jciynes W. P., postmaster and 

[general store, and of Priced Jay nea 

Jenkins Jame^ farmer 
Johnson Ira E.i., fiiimer 
Kemp Alex., farmer 
Kemp James, farmer 
Kingston Wm., farmer 
Leakey rev.. Episcopal 
Lewis Geo., farmer 
Lomas Wm. Henrj'', Indian nc;ont 
Macdona'd & Co,,storekeo)'. .-s 
Marshall Wm. Slone, i:i or 
McGUl Wm., farmer 
McKay Eric Barclaj', engineer 
McKonelly Thos. F."c., t^irpenter 
McKinnon Peter, farmer 
McLay John, farmer 
McLay Robt., farmer 



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McPherson John, farmer 

McPhcr80ii William, farmer 

MearnH James, farmer 

Merryfield AVm. John, farmer 

Millet Wm., farmer 

Mitchell Hugh, farmer 

Phipps Geo. Jabez, farmer 

Phipps Herbert, farmer 

Phipps A[arciis Goo., farmer 

Price Francis Heiny, of Price & Jaynes 

Price & Jaynes, holelkeepers 

Quamichan Hotel, Price & 

Jaj'nes, props 
Eicher Harry, farmer 
Rivers Chas., farmer 
Robinson John Jas., farmer 
Kobotham John Harrison. J. P., retired 

surgeon 
Eowe Jas., farmer 
Rowe Samuel, iarmer 
Smith AVm. Scolt, farmer 
Street John, bl.icksmith 
Tarlton Joseph, farmer 
Todd Artiiur, fanner 
Waters William, farmer 
Well burn H. O., government agent 
Wood W. A., stalion agent E. &N. Ry. 
Young David Freeman 

QTTEEN CHARLOTTE IS- 
LANDS, 

Situated on the Northern Coast, they are 
about 100 miles wide, anl the extreme 
length is about IHO miles ; tin > are moun- 
tainous and lieavily timbered. Massett and 
Skidegate Inlet are the chief trading sta- 
tions. Anthracite and bituminous coal beds 
are found here. The fur seal industry and 
doj^fish oil woriis are the priacipal indus- 
tries. There are about 30 white people at 
Skidegate. 

Harrison rev, C, C.M.S Missionary, 

Massett 
Hudson's Bay Co., R. F. Dodd, mgr 
Lunderberg 0. A., wholeaalo fish dealer 



Miller rev. A. N., Methodist Mission- 
ary and school teacher, Skidegate 
Skidegate Oil Co. 

Smith Wm. Hammett, of S. 0, Co, 
Tennant Robert, ofS. O. Co. 

QUESNELLE FORKS, 

A mining camp and post office in the 
Keithley Di7 Electoral dist. of Cariboo, at 
the first forks;;of the Quesnelle River, 75 
miles from the Eraser. It is reached by 
pack trail from 150 Mile House. Mail fort- 
nightly. Nearest telegraph and express 
offices Soda Creek, dis 50 miles. Railway 
Station Ashcroft, dis 195 miles. Pop. 100. 
This is a central place for the miners, and 
during tlie winter iuonths whet not able 
to work they stop in this place. Has gov- 
ernment office for recording mining claims, 
which is the principal industry. Popula- 
tion chiefly Chinese. 

Stephenson Wm., postmaster 

Fook Sang Lung, merchi nt 
King Fong, merchant 
Low Juan, merchant 
Wah San, merchant 

QUILCHENA, see also Nicola 
Lake and Coultee, 

A country post office and settlement in the 
Nicola Valley on Nicola Lake. Spence's 
Bridge dia 60 miles, and Kamloops dis 45 
miles. 
Postmaster, Robt, Charters 

Charters Robert, G;en store and 

postmaster 
O'Rourko Edvvard, general store and 

hotel 
O'Rourko Richard, blacksmith 

QUESNELLE, 

A town on the banks ot the Praser River, 
at the mouth of the Quesnelle River, in the 
Cariboo District. Has post and telegraph 
offices, and a tiour and saw mill. Nearest 
railway station Ashcroft, dis 225 miles. 
Pop. 60. 

Postmaster, Archibald McNaughton 



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snelle River, 75 
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ouse. Mail fort- 
ph and expres3 
miles. Railway 
liles. Pop. 100. 
the miners, and 
wiieu not able 
)lace. Has gov. 
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Baker Au^uate, farmer 

Barlow Abraham, J. P., trader 

Bellanger George, trader 

Blair '^•^as., miner 

Blair John, minor 

Bohannon S. H., farmer 

Boucher William, ferryman 

Bowron J. Edward, agent C.P.R. 

Brown Jos,, farmer 

Boyd John C, clerk 

Carson A., blacksmith 

Clark George, trader 

Conklin George, laborer 

Craig Jas., hotelkeeper 

Cummings Jas., carpenter 

Duclos E., farmer 

Iliigarthy M. 11., butcher 

Hudson's Bay Co., A. McNaughton, 

agent 
Johnston W, A,, J,P., miller 
Maxwell — , laborer 
McCormick John, miner 
McLean John, hotel 

McNaughton A., agent H. B. 
Co. 

McNeill — , laborer 

Norlhcote Alice Miss, teacher 

Olson Andrew, farmer, 21 Mile Hous 

Parker William, stage driver 

Pioid hon. Jas., senator, general store 

Eoid & Johnston, mill owners 

Eobortson Win., blackstaith 

Shepherd E. C, boat builder 

Silems George, laborer 

St Lauren Jos., govt agent 

Loo Poo, merchant 

Waa Lee, merchant 

Yan Wah, merchant 

REVELSTOKE, late Farewell, 

A town on the main line of the U.P.R., 382 
miles east of Vancouver, at second crossing 
of the Columbia river ; has post, telegraph 
and express offices. Mails daily. It is the 
distributing point for a large section of the 
Kootenay district. The Columbia is navig- 
able south to the International boundary, 



a distance of 200 miles. Steamers are oper- 
ated by the Columbia River Transportation 
Co. A first class smelter, costing •'^"5,000 is 
just completed. The capacity is CO to 75 
tons per day, and will give emi)Ioyraent to 
3.5 or 40 men. There are very rich mines 
at Sproat's Landing and Toad Mountain. 

Postmaster, T, W. A, Gordon 

Abraliamson Andrew, of Abruhamson 
Bros. 

Abrahamson Bros., props 

Central hotel 

Abrahamson Charles, of Abrahamson 

Bros. 
Abrahamson John, of Abrahamson 

Bros. 
Allen Bayinond, carpenter shop 
Armstrong W. J. 
Barber J. Guy, watchmaker 
Barker E., oper C.P.R. 
Barrett E, J., carpenter 

Bourne Bros., gen merchants 

Bourne Frank H,, of Bourne Bros. 
Bourne H. J., of Bourne Bros. 
Bradford — , timekeeper C.P.R. 

Brown & Clark, propd Colum- 

bla House 

Brown Wm., of Brown & Clark 
Buchanan (i. O., saw mill 
C. P. R. Telegraph 
Campbell Dr. J., mgr Smelter 

Central Hotel, Abrahamson 

Bios., props 

Clark Barbara Mrs., of Brown & Clark 
Columbia House, Brown & 

Clark, props 

Columbia River Transporta- 
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Conderoy II., waiter Dining car 
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Cowan 

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WiTir, prop Victoria 



Cranston John, prop Ideal saloon 
Davenport Archie, bookkeeper 
Davenport Goldie 3Iiss, dressmaker 
Davenport Joel, lumberman 
Daw8oii, Bole <fc Co., di-uggists, W. F. 

Teetzel, mij;r 
Doulot John, woodman C.P.R. 
Dupare John, woodman C.P.R. 
EJward.s Wm. L., laborer 
Ferguson Alex., clerk 11. E. Lemon 
Foster W. A., C.r.R. 
Fraser F., watchman C.P.R 
Gates J. W., baggageman C.P.R. 

Ciilcer & Weils, gen merch- 
ants 

Groulx W. J,, night operator 

Halpin Clias B., comp Kootenay Star 

Hobbs F. E., locomolive foreman 

Hull Broi^. & Co., butchers 

Hume C. B., clerk for J. F. Hume & 

Co. 
Hume & Cowan, .ste;unboat owners 



Lee Wm., yardmastor C.P.R. 
Lemon R. E., gen store and liquors 
Liberty James, mail carrier 
Lynott Prank E., night oper C.P.R, 
McCarty Frank, C.P.R. boarding house 

McCutcheon M. H., pubiisher 

Kootenay Star 

McDonald Benjamin, bartender Colum- 
bia House 

McDonald James, carpenter shop 

McKay Wm., watchman C.P.R. 

McLeod John, agent C.P.R. and Dora, 
Ex. Co. 

McNeil E., barber for E. Leblanc 

Needham Harry, waiter Central hotel 

Noelham Samuel, bakery 

Patton John H., builder 

Pitchard Edward, shoemaker 

Reed Prank, wiper C.P.R. 

Robson Robert, bdg house 

Selkirk shingle mill, J. C. Stern & J. 

Robinson, props 
I Slieran Henry, clerk for R. E. Lomon 

Smith Chas., watchman 

Sproat G. Malcolm, Govt, agent, gold 
comm and magistrate 

Sproat T. A,, postmaster 




.Stockholm House, John Stono, prop 
Stono John, prop Stockholm House 
! .Sutherland J. P., mgr Hull Bros. & Co. 
j Toetzel W. F., mgr Dawson, Bole & 
Hume J. F., J. P., of J. F. Hume & Co. I Co. 
Hunter J,, filter C.P.R. | Thompson John, watchman C.P.R. 



Hume J. F.y & Co., generai 

merchants and agents Columbia 
River steamers 



Ideal saloon, John Cranston, prop 
Kirkup John, constable and mining 

recorder 
Kirkup VVm., stoves and tinware 

Kootenay Star, H, M. McCut- 

chen, publisher 

Latraco W. J., blacksniith 
Leblanc Edmond, barber ebop 



Turner rev. J 
Vail James W 
Valentine John 



Methodist 
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Victoria 

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Hoteiy Wm. Cowan, 



Wells F. B., of Gilker & Wells 
Wbittaker Jame.s, woodman C P.R, 
VVhyte Stephen J., turner C.P.R. 



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RICHMOND MUNICIPA- 
LITY, 

In the Xew Westminster District, baa an 
area of about 30,000 acres,it embraces Lulu 
and Sea islands, including the smaller adja- 
cent islands in the North and South Arms of 
the Fia:er River. It was incorporated in 
1880,aud has three post otlices: Lulu Island, 
Sea Island and North Arm. Agriculture, 
f.ahingand salmon canneries are the princi- 
pal industries. 

RIVERS INLET, see also 
0- Wee-Kay No. 

A fishing station on the north west coast, 
dist. 250 miles from Nimaimo. Mail twice 
monthly from Victoria. There are 3 sal- 
mon uauiicric;.), 1 saw mill, 2 storts and a 
Methodist chureh and Hchool 

B:unibrido;o (1., sawyer 

Draney Robl., mgr for British Col- 
umbia Caiininu; Co. (Ld.) 

Draney John, blin-ksmiih 

Flewin Frank, charcoal burner 

GranlS.. saw mill 

Lanley Howard, saw mill 

McCloy James, saw mill 

McCloud Dtincan, enifirieer lavv mill 

McDowell Siimuol Alex., ofW, P. Co. 

McDowell Wtii., of W. P. Co., res Van- 
couver 

McNeil Alexander, of W. P. Co., 
storckoe|)er 

Morisoii Ciiarles F., storekeeper 

Pearson Gu<., boss iisheinuui 

Rivers Inlet cannery, B.C. Canning Co. 

Wanuck Packing Co. 

Williams R., ongineor steam boat 

Windsor Caleb, foreman 

RIVERSIDE, 

On the Fraser River, 25 miles above New 
Westminster. Mails daily from Mission 
Station, dis IJ miles. Has a Catholic Mis- 
sion established 25 years ago. The Valley 
reclaimed by the Matsquia Dyke contains 
20,0110 acres- 

Postmaster, E. A. Morrissey 



Appleby Leonard Shnfts, of M.G.D.Co, 

Baiss Jiimcs, of M, G. D. Co, 

Baldwin John, fanner 

Barnes John, farmer 

Clark Wm. T., farmer 

Oondell J. H., farmer 

Conroy P,, farmer 

Crandal J., farmer and stock rancher 

Currie J. J., farmer 

F'rjiser J., farmer 

Glassey James, farmer 

Hawkins F]., farmer and stock rancher 

Maclure J., tel oper Matsqui oflico 

Mahcr Wm. S., of M.G.D.Co, 

Maple Grove Dairy Co. 

Monroe Frank, farmer 

Morrissy E. A., postmaster 

Nicholson M., farmer and stock 
rancher 

O'Farrell Hy. Percy, of M.G.D. C<\ 

Purver Alexander, farmer and dairy 
raticher 

Piirver C. T., farmer and dairy ran- 
cher 

Purver R. E., farmer and dairy ran- 
cher 

Scolefiold Bros., farmers 

Sim Chas. John, of M. G. D. Co, 

8 word C. B., J. P. 

Thompson T. J., farmer 

Tiernoy Wm., farmer 

Vaclion E., farmer 

ROCK CREEK, 

A country post oflice in the Kootenay Dis-* 
trlct, 15 miles from Osoyoos ; mail monthly 
from Okauagan Mission. Nearest railway' 
station Sicamous 105 miles, Hope distant 
160 miles. Steamboat landing Pentieton 
dis 45 miles. Spokane FaHs 210 miles dis- 
tant. 
Postmaster, Thomas Elliott 

Cameron A., gen store 

Douglas John, mgr Eureka mine 

Edwards Wm., miner 

Elliott Thomas, gen store and 

postmaster 



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Jamos E(]\vai"d, uiitiei" 
Lnmbly Chas. A. R, mining rancher 
Moriifan T. F., miner 
Nicholf-on II., recorder and tax collec- 
tor 
Scofiekl James, miner 
Whitley David, miner 

ROCKFORD, See also Valley 

A country post office in the Nicola Valley, 
Yale diatrict. Mail twice a week. Nearest 
railway, telegraph and express office Kain" 
loops, dis 35 miles. Its principal industries 
are stock raising and mining. The mineg 
are situated on the shores of Stump Lake. 
A. ([iiartz mill operated here. Has Presby- 
terian and Methodist churches, and public 
school. 
Postmaster, Robert Scott 

Asbnry W. G., mine owner 

Bowron John, gold commissioner 

Crail Wni., mgr Nicolaj Milling and 
Mining Co. 

Crake F. J., watchmaker 

Fullerion James, gen store 

Henderson Goo., mgr and prop Starr 
mines 

Hepburn John, miner 

Jones & Ilcardon, owners J. Longmine 

Manufacturers Life and Acci- 
dent Ins Co., M. J. Morrison, 
gen agent; R. J. Scott, local 

agent. See adv page 

Morton Alfred, boarding house 
Nicola Milling and Mining Co. 



Patterson W. D., miner 
Richardson R. A. 
Rose AVm., V.S. 



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Scott Robert, general 
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Wilson Wm., supt Nicola Milling and 

Mining Co. 
Wright G. B., prop Idaho Mountain 

mines 



ROGER'S PASS, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
428 miles east of Vancouver, and 23 miles 
west of Donald; has telograi)h office. Mails 
daily. Nearest steamboat landing Revcl- 
stoke, dis 20 miles. 

Postmaster, Jas. M. Carrall 
Bnrke J., hotel 

Carroll James N., gen store 

and postmaster 
Clements A., operator C.P.R. 
Dow J., watchman 
Geddes James II., turner C P R. 
Genier G., electrician 
Genicr N., line repairer 
Ililliurd H., engine wiper C.P.R. 
Kirtin James, engine wipor C.P.R. 
McFaj'den Wm., section foreman 
Morris David, hotel 
Nolan Ed., coal and woodman C.P.R. 
Simmons Wm. J., phrenologist and car 

inspe(!tor 

Stearman D., agent C.P.P 

Williams Kl)., oper C.P.R. 

ROSS PEAK SIDING, 

On the main line of the C.P.R., 9 mileg 
east of Illecillewaet, 422 miles east of Van- 
couver ; has telegraph office. Mails daily. 

More Thos., opcrtitor C.P.R. 
SALMOxN ARM, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
319 miles east of Vancouver, and 33 miles 
cast of Shnswap, on an arm of Shuswap 
lake. Yule District ; has telegraph and ex- 
press offices. Mails daily. 

Allan Wm., farmer 
Aylett George, farmer 
Barker Henry, C.P.R. 
Blake Dennis Miles, fanner 
Dalton E. C, woodman C.P.R. 
Feer Wm. 

Forrest John, woodman C.P.R. 
Fraser Henry Charles, farmer 



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Fed^^inan Arthur John, foreman 

Hodden David, fororuan C.P.R. 

Huine H. D., C.P.R 

Irvine Isaac, operator C.P.R 

Johnson Charles, laborer 

Iiiingevin Edward, foroinan C.P.R. 

Madden Henry, C.P.R. 

Magee Jas. IL, farmer 

Malcolm Morrison, farmer 

McLeod Wm., C.P.R 

Miller Wm., farmer 

O'Brien James, laborer 

Palmer Algernon Jiidson, farmer 

Paul Alex., C.P.R. 

Poarsoii P. M., farmer 

Reed Frank, C.P.R 

Seacome Edward, farmer 

Settle Ambroise, farmer 

Seymour Charles, farmer 

Shaw J. Pearson, farmer 

Shaw W. W., farmer 

Steele James T. 

Steele Thomas W. 

Steele W. B. 

Wallace Wm., farmer 

Whelan John, laborer 

SALT SPRING ISLAND, 

A post office, 37 miles north of Victoria, in 
Cowichan district. .Vearest railway station 
and telegraph office.Chemainus, dis 8 miles; 
has Bpidcupal and Methodist churches and 
public school. Mail twice a week. 

Postmaster, Joel Broadwell 



Atkinson Wm. 

Bitaiieourt E. J., 

Bowell rev. J. P., Methodist 



gen store 



Broadwell Joel, 

and gen store 



postmaster 



Kahano John P. (Kanaka) 

Kahano John H. (Kanaka) 

Mahon H. & R., gen store, Ganges 

Harbor 
Mahon Henry, of H. & R. Mahon 



Mahon Ross, of H. & R. Mahon 
Newlands John 
Roddes Sam. J. 
Roberts Kichard Percy 
Walsh John James 

SARDIS, see also Chilliwack 
and Sumas, 

A post office in Chilliwack municipality 
New Westminster district. Nearest tele- 
graph office and steamboat laading, Chilli, 
wack, dis 4 miles- Railway station, Harri 
son River, dis S miles. A good farming 
section. Episcopal, Methodist and Presby 
terian churches are within 3 miles of the 
post office. 
Postmasier, A. S. Veddor 

Vedder Adam S., postmaster 

and fanner 

Vedder Volkert, farmer 
SAVONAS FERRY, 

A station on the main line of the 0. P. R. 
228 mifes east of Vancouver, at the west end 
of Lake Kamloops ; has post, telegraph and 
express oifices. Mails daily. 
Postmaster, J. H, McXabb 

Avosti Dominique, rancher, 3 Mile 

Creek 
Brousscau Louis, rancher 
Paliett Fred., section foreman C.P.R. 
Ferguson Ailam, hotel 
Finalay M.itthew, bookkeeper 
Gotan "Peter, rancher, 3 Mile Creek 
Hardie Alex., rancher, Copper Crook 
Harris Lewis, section foi-oman C.P.R, 
Jane John, gen store 
Leighton Jaincw B., rancher 
Livingstone Wni., rancher and poultry 

breeder 

McNab J. H., agentC.P.R. and 

])0>lniastor 
Middlcton J., watchman C.P.R 



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Perrault Francis, rancher 

Perrault Nolson, rancher 

Eoberts Edward, rancher 

Sabiston JameH 

Thomas Abraham, miner 

Tonliiiis Clias., miner 

Wren James B., gen blacksmith 

Williams Richard, rancher, Deadman's 

Creek 
Wilson John, stock raiser, Eockey 

Point 
Young & Beaton, ranchers 

SAYWAED - ALBERNI, see 

also Alberni, 

A post office in the Alberni Talley, Nanai- 
mo district- 
Postmaster, Frnnk McQuillon 

Bishop Charles Fred,, J. P., farmer 
Coleman Ephraim, laborer 
Coleman James W., laborer 
Debeaux Robert, farmer 
Drinkwater Hilton, farmer 
Drinkwater Isaac, farmer 
Drinkwater John , farmer 
Haslam Charles Talbot, clerk 
King John, carpenter 
Kirkpatrick Thomas, blacksmith 
Mason John, farmer 

McQuillon Frank, postmaster 

Kicholas Peter, farmer 
Nicholas Wm., farmer 
Parkinson Richard, shoemaker 
Paterson John, laborer 
Pinkerton John H., laborer 
Smith Thomas, farmer 
Smith William, farmer 
Soil Christian, storekeeper 
Stewartson John, farmer 
Thompson Robt. Wm., farmer 
Tinkley John, laborer 
Waring Wm., jr., laborer 
Waring Wm., sr., laborer 
Williams Edmund, farmer 



SEA ISLAND, 

A post settlement on Sea Island, Richmond 
municipality, between the north and aoutli 
arms of the Fraaer Rirer, New Westminster 
district. New Westminster is the nearest 
railwaj station and telegraph oifice. 

Postmaster, Kenneth Sweet 

Cornish Charles, farmer 

Falkner James, farmer »nd blacksmith 

Kilgour Alex., farmer and J. P. 

McDonald John 

McDonald Thos. James 

Mackie Thos., farmer 

Miller Joseph W., farmer 

Sin John, farmer 

Smith Duncan A., farmer 

Smith Kenneth, farmer 

Smith Wm., farmer 

Sweet Kennethy postmaster, 

gen store and hotel 

Williamson Wm. 

Youdall Hugh, farmer and ins. agent 

SERPENTINE, 

A settlement in Surry municipality. New 
Westminster district. Post office New 
Westminster. 

Cann Geo. Whitfield farmer 



SHAWNIGAN LAKE, 

A pleagure re?'>rt. On the E. & N. Rail 
way. The Lah. is 7 miles long by 1 
mile wide, and abounds with speckled 
trout. In the surrounding woods deer, 
bear, blue and willow grouse are plentiful. 
Mails daily. Telegraph olSce Gobble Hill, 
dis 3 miles- 

Mackay Alex. Erie, C.E. 
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Hill, 

A settlement in the Gowichan district 
Gobble Hill, the centre ot the settlement, ii 
situated on the B. & N. Rj., 31 miles from 
Victoria. Farming Is the principal industry. 
There is a large lime kiln and quarry here. 
The place has great attractions for sportr 
men. 

Allan David, farmer 
Anderson Joseph, cook 
Baker Henry Moss, laborer 
Barnes Tlios. W., farmer 
Barry John, farmer 
Brown Eobt., farmer 
Camenm John I)., farmer 
Chapman Wm. Thos., farmer 
Clark Frank, farmer 
Colvin James, farmer 
Colvin Robt., farmer 
Colvin Thos., farmer 
Copley Wm. Frs., ff*rmer 
Dannah James, farmer 
Dt>bs<m Boiijaiuin, farmer 
Dougan James, farmer 
Dougan Joseph, farmer 
Farnsworth James, farmer 
Farnsvvorth Tlios., farmer 
Fischer August, farmer 
Gaboury Joseph, farmer 
Gaboury Louis, farmer 
Graff Johannes "Wiel, C.E. 
Grant Robt., miner 
Grey John, jr., farmer 
Handy Sam. Westley, farmer 
Handy Sam. Westley, jr., farmer 
Harsell Harry, farmer 
Hawkins John, farmer 
Hollings Henry Samuel, farmer 
Howie Archibald, teacher 
Kelly Robt., farmer 
Lafortune Frank, farmer 
Lafortune Joseph, farmer 
Mable Samuel Arthur, farmer 
Mackay Isaac B., farmer 
Mackay John W., farmer 
McDonald David P., ry. foreman 



McLennan Peter, farmer 
McWilliam Wm., farmer 
Nicholson Fred., ry. foreman 
Nightingale Arthur, farmer 
Nightingale John, farmer 
Oltioy Sam. Allan, laborer 
Ordano Austin Atheward, gen store 
Parks Adam, cook 
Peterson Huns Peter, farmer 

Porter Harrison Townly, 

agent E, & N. Ry., and postmaster 
at Cobble Hill 

Rogers Alfred Welwyn, farmer 
Shearing Wm. J., farmer 
Sinclair David, contractor 
S my the James, farmer 
Stewart Donald, farmer 
Stuart Geo., laborer 
Stuart Wm., C.E. 
Sullivan John L., laborer 
Taggart Wm. I., farmer 
Voultrait Baptisto 
Voultrait Frs. Xavier 
Wilson James, laborer 
Woodruff Geo., farmer 

SHUSWAP, 

A station and post office on the ma:n lirtO 
of the G. P. R., in Yale district, 286 utiles 
east of Vacnouver, and 33 miles east of 
Kamloups ; has telegraph office and steam- 
boat landing. Nfail daily; its principal ia 
dustries are farming and stock raising. 

Postmaster, Alex. McBryan 

Bebb John, laborer 
Bordinave Robert, gen etoro 
Castle Chas., laborer, Express Point 
Chase Whitfield, gen store and hotel- 
keeper (French Bob's) 
Curamiskey S, J., agent C. P. R. 
Dunevan M. P., agent C. P. R. 
Ferguson Alex., laborer 
Hopkins Michael, foreman 
Johnson Lewis, foreman 



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TniiHtor and hotelkooper 
McKcnzie Alex., lumberman 
McKinnon A. A,, foreman 
Munro Chas., pumpman C. P. R. 
O'Noil W. E.,contraclor 
Peters Jam en, carpenter 
Sullivan Micliael 

.SICAMOUSE, 

A station on the main line of the G. P- R., 
335 miles east of Vancouver, in Yale dis^ 
trict' Has telegraph and express otiicesi 
and steamboat landing. Mails daily and by 
Btage from Enderby, iSpalliimcheen, Okan- 
agon and Vernon twice j>er week, and from 
Okanagon Mission once per week- This 
is a transfer station for freight and pas- 
sengflru for Enderby, S(iallumeheen> 
Okauagon, Kernon, Okanagon Mission, 
Penticton, Osojoos, Rock Creek, etc. Col. 
umbia Uour mills of Bnderby ship their 
flour from here. The river is navigable for 
30 miles from this point for steamers of 
100 tuna capacity. 
Postmaster, F. Christie 

Appleby S.,C. P. R agent 
Austy Francis, farmer 
Campbell Hugh, tel line repairer 

Christie F. J., postmaster artd 

mgr. J. A. Mara 

Ellison Price, mail contractor 
Fawcett John, pumpman C. P. R, 

Forest Col. Edward, prop Lake 
View hotel 

Kerr Geo., constable 
Keys Hugh, bridge tender 
Killeer. S., sect foreman C, P. E, 
Lake View hotel,Edward Forrest, prop 
Lawrence C-, sect foreman C. P. K. 
Mara J. A., gen store, F, J. Christie, 

manager 
Scale Wm., lumberman 
Schenbart J. A,, express and forward- 
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A settlement in the southern part of Root* 
enay district. It is reached via Sicamouse 
station on 0. P. R. 

Barcclo Manuel, stock raiser 
Bromley John Hpttln, farmer 
Cawson & Ellice, ranchers 
Cawsoii R,, of Cawson & Ellis 
Curry Thomas, farmer 
Gallagher James, farmer 
Menddza Francisco, farmer 
Price Barrington, stock raltei' 
Shuttloworth Henry, farmer 
Surpi-eiuint Francis, farmor 



SIX MILE CREEK, 



A flag station on the main line of the 0. P 
R., 15 miles west of Donald and 444 miles 
east of Vancouver. 

SODA CREEK, 

K town on the Eraser River, 53 miles below 
Quesnelle; has money order post office 
and telegraph offices. Nearest riiilway sta- 
tion Aflicroft, dis 160 mill n, from which 
place it is reached by the wt'ekly stages of 
the B. C Express Co. Mails weekly Yale, 
2tt8 miles. There is a saw mill here. 
Mining and agriculture are the principal 
industries. 

Postmaster, Robert McLecse 

August Chas., carpenter 

Collins R. A., of Hawks & Collins, 

farmer 
Cu mining Francis, foreman Hawk's 

ranch 
Duiilevy Peter C, hotel and gen store 
Evans J as., laborer 
Hawks J.F., of Hawks & Collins, frnir 
Hurley John, express hostler 
Hawks & Collins, saw mill owners 
Jones John, laborer 
Mackin John, tarmer 
McLeese John, farmer 






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McLeese Robt., po6^^ma•terf 

hotel and gen store 
Reed T. P.. clerk 
Salmon John, farmer 
SlavinW. T., agent C.P.R. Telo^raph 
Towns Chas., farmer 
Woodsido Kobt., bookkeeper and asst. 

postmaster 

SKE EN A, see also Aberdeen 
and Port Essington, 

8<fe also Aberdeen and Port Essington 
JSitiiated on the Skeena Uirer, which is 
(he second largest in British Oolurabia, 
and on the UDrthern coast, 700 miles north 
of Victoria and 15 miles south of Metlak» 
ahtla. Extensive salmon canneries are in 
operation here, as the fish are very prolific 
and of the Snegt quality. Has post office. 
Mail monthly from Victoria. 

Postmaster, Robt. Cunningham 
Bfitinh i\iuerica Packing Co. 
Oarthow John, tngr N, P. C Co. 
Cunniiigluitn Goo. 

Cunningham Robt., canner, 

gon store, saw mili and postmaster 

Hudson R'ly Co. 

Irving Capt. John, of Luidlaw & Co. 

Laidlaw & Co., cannery at Irving's 

Landing 
Laidlaw James A., of Laidlaw &Co. 
North Pacific Canning Co. 
Youmuns Mrs., gen store 

SOMENOS, 

A station on the E. & N. Ry., 40 miles 
from Victoria and 35 miles from Nanaimo. 
It is situated in the northern part of Cow 
ichnn district. Agriculture is the principal 
industry. Has post office and telegraph, 
•Mails daily. 

Postmistress, Mrs. Kier 

AUard Edward 
Aucheuachie James, tailor 



Roll Angus J., clerk of municipality 

Roll Hugh 

Roll John 

Rrown \Vm. Chas. 

Curran Dtmiel, carpenter 

Davie Samuel Horace 

Davie \Vm. 

Drinkwator Jot oph 

Driidvwator Win. 

Evans David 

Evans Henry 

Evans John Newell 

Flett James, Jr, station agent 

E. & N. liy. 

Of-reon Mark 

Herd Alex. A. R. 

Herd VVm. 

Hett James, general store 

Holmes Chas. 

Jetdcins John ThomaM 

Jordan Chas. 

Kier Ooo. 

Kier James 

Kier Joseph 

Kier Mrs., wid A. R., post- 
mistress 

King Chas. 
Loach Felix D. 
Lewis Lewis 
Lusty Francis Rurdett 
May Nicholas 
Menzies John 
Michael John, builder 
Miller Robt. Morrison 
Moidc Alfred Richard 
Morley H. A. S. 
Obery Chas., laborer 
Robertson Wm. 
Thomas John, laborer 
Waddle Wm. S. 
Watson John 
William ■* John 
Wood E. Stuart, teacher 
Wright Ernest Augustus 



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SOOKE, see also Otter Point, 

A country post office, S miles south-west 

fro I Victoria, on strait of Juan de Fuca. 

Mail weekly from Victoria on Friday 7 a.m. 

Nearest :.*ilway station Colwood 18 miles. 

Has Presby*c'iau churcb, and two schools. 

Population 150. 
Postmaster, John Muir 
Charters Wm., blacksmith 
Dales John, farmer 
Goetel Adam, farmer and etoek raiser 
Harrison Alice Miss, school teacher 
K.eill James, J. P., cooper 
Milne Edward, farmer 
Milne Hugh, farmer 
Muir Bros., props saw mill 

Muir John, postmaster, gen 

Bior°s, and of Muir Bros. 

Muir John Stephen, sawyer 
Muir Ilobl. Cowan, of Muir Bros. 
Murray John Aitken, farmei- 
3Iurray Thos. Aitken, iarmcr 
Phillips Wm., farmer 
Eoss Adam, farmer 
Turner Fred., farmer 
Walker J. C, farmer 

SOUTH ARM, See Ladiiers, 

Of Frnser Riyer, Delta municipality. P.O 
Ladners, 

Benson Henrj' Deane, farmer 
Blair Archibald, fiarmer 
Blair James, farmer 
Bhiir John, farmer 
Burr Wm. Henry, jun., farmer 
By roil George, farmer 
Crawford Alex., farmer 
Davis Henry, iarmer 
Gorden Josopli, farmer 
Green Arthur Itobt., farmer 
Green Ciias. Fred., farmer 
Green John, farmer 
Kent Wm., M.D. 
Kerkltirid Frank, farmer 
Kidd Thos., iarmer 



Knox James, farmer 
Ladner Thos. Ellis, farmer 
Ladner Wm. H., farmer 
Lee Walter, farmer 
Main Geo. Brown, farmer 
McDonald Hector, farmer 
McKenzie George, farmer 
Mitchell ITathaniel, farmer 
Parmenter Thos., farmer 
Pybus William, farmer 
Sliarpe Edward Albert, fai mer 
Sutherby John Eingrosse, farmer 
Tasker Wm., farmer 
Wcstmark Oscar, farmer 
Woodward Nathan, farmer 

SOUTH SAANICH, 

A country post office in the Victoria Dis- 
trict. Mail twicea week from Victoria dist. 
10 miles, on Tuesdays and Fridays at noon. 
It has Episcopal, Methodist and Roman 
Catholic churches, and public schoois. 
Postmaster, J. D. Bryant 

Alexander Chas., farmer 
Ahsandor Fred., farmer 
Alexander James Atkinson, laborer 
Alexander Wm., laborer 
Auckland Wm. Donald, farmer 
Avons William, laborer 
Baker Geo. Robt. Thos., farmer 
Baker George, farmer 
Brethour Henry, farmer 
Brooks James Henry, farmer 
Brown Arthur George, farmer 
Brown George, farrjer 

Bryant John D?.rt,po8tma8ter, 

farmer, and president Saunich Agr' 

Society 
Camp George, prop Prairie tavern 
Cawthon George, farmer 
Collins John, fanner 
Davies Henry, farmer 
Davies John Thomi.B, farmer 
Dean Mclntyre D., lUrmer 
Dean Sokmon, farmer 
Eveiton rev George, Baptist 
Fewings Benjamin Wm. 









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Fraser Roderick L.. teacher 
Gi-aliam Thomas, farmer 
Graham William, farmer 
Gray Jamee, laborer 
Greig James, farmer 
Greig John, farmer 
Greig iiobert, farmer 
B Greig William, farmer 
Hagan James, farmer 
Hiildcn John, farmer 
Harrison George 
Harrison John Thomas, farmer 
Henderson John, Mount Newton hotel 
Herd Isaac, farmer 
John Edwin, jiui., fanner 
John Robert Franklin 
John Thomas, farmer 
Kelly James, farmer 
Leach Felix Henry, farmer 
Maicott Xavier, farmer 
Mclluioyl J. T., sec Agrl Society 
Michell John Ralph, farmer 
Micholl Thomas, farmer 
Orr Robt., laborer 
Penwill Charles Tooley, carpenter 
Potter Thomas, farmer 
Qp'ttondin Henry, laborer 
I'aby Henry William 
Radford William, farmer 
Eey John Joseph, farmer 
Richardson Wm., farmer 
Robertson Wm. Henry, carpenter 
Saanich Lime Kilns,J. Wrigglesworth, 

agent, Vi<3toria 
Sharpe Lewis Henry, laborer 
Simpson Edward, farmer 
Siuipsoii (i-eorge, farmer 
Simpson Henry, farmer 
Simpson William, farmer 
Sluggett Geo. Henry, teacher 
Sluggett John, farmer 
Sluggett John Watts, farmer 
Sluggett Robert Wm., farmer 
Spotls Fielding, faruer 
Spoils James Fielding, blacksmith 
Spotts Theodore, farmer 
Stelly George, jun., farmer 
TLomas George, farmer 



Thomson David, farmer 
Thomson Richard, farmer 
Thomson Walter, farmer 
Thomson William, farmer 
Verdier Esterance, farmer 
Verdier Francis, logger 
Verdier Stephen, teamster 
Young Henry, farmer 

SOUTH THOMPSON RIVER, 

P.O. Kamloops. 
Blais Culbert 
Buse Wm. H. 
Campbell Louis 
Craven Arthur 
Doucett Thomas 
Duhamel Irence 
Ewell John St. 
Jajoe John Thos. B. 
Kennedy Wm., stock raiser 
Little Frank E. 
Little Frank, foreman 
Lutze Franz V.T. 
Martin Frank 
Martin Georjre B. 
McDougall W. C, 
McPherson Donald G. 
Null Joseph P., rancher 
Paxton Samuei 
Pemburton Arthur G. 
Bobbins Cyrus W. S. 
Swain Theodore 
Todd James 
Todd Robert 
Walker Donald 
Walker Francis 
Wilson George 

SPATSUM, 

A station on the main line of the C. P. R., 
190 miles east of Vancouver on the Thomp- 
son River. Nearest post office, Spence's 
Bridge. Has telegraph atti'<e. Nearest 
steamboat landing JSarona, dis 35 miles. 
Pop 40 ; Indians 25. 

Campbell John, of Wood & Campbell 
Wood & Campboll, gen stco and 

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SPENCE'S BRIDGE, 

On the main line of the C.P.R., 178 milea 
east of Vancouver, and SOJwestof Kamloops 
The town is located on both sides of Thomp- 
son river, in the Yale district, connected bj 
a substantial bridge by which the Cariboo 
waggon road crosses the river here. 
Jt is the distributing point for the Nicola 
Valley. It is 46 miles to the Nicola L^!:c- 
All kinds of fruits are grown here, melons' 
grapes, pears, plums, etc., and are shipped 
east and west. Has a public school, and 
Indian church. Has a money order post 
office and telegraph office. Mails daily. 
Nearest steamboat landing, Yale, dis 80 
miles east. Pop 40 whites, and 100 Indians 
and Chinese. ,, 

Postmaster, John ]\furray 

Andap Peter, hotel 

Barracks John, gen store 

Clemes Arcliie, hotel 

Clyde Thomas, teacher 

Coulter John II., carpenter 

Cro.ss Geo., Govt Eoad repairer 

Curnow Eichaid^ f^en store and hotel 

Curri./W Thonjas, farmer 

Dodd Wm., asi^ensor and collector 

Pundas Henry, farmer 

Dundas John, farmer 

Ilollyoak John, watchman C.P.R 

Johnson G. S., bridge foreman C.P.B. 

Johnson Thomas, watchman C.P.E. 

Knappet Geo., farmer 

Lemar Louis, farmer 

Marshall Fred., farmer 

McCombe George, miner 

Mondot Araside, farmer 

Moren Peter, farmer 

Murray John, J. P.^ gen store, 

postmaster, seed and fruit grower 

Newland C.C, seel ion foreman C.P.R. 
Parsons Albert, prop hotel Nicola road 
Tait James Alex., clerk 
Taylor D. L., agent C.P.E. 



SPALLUMCHEEN, 

A rich airricultural and grazing ralley 
ab^ut 30 miles long, in the Kootenay Dis. 
Has post office. Nearest railway station 
and telegraph office Kamloops, dis 74 miles. 
It is generally reacb'id from Sicamouse 
station. 

Postmaster, G. J. Wallace 

Albord Frank, farmer 

Andrew Joseph, farmer 

Armstrong H. J., gen store 

Armstrong Thomas, farmer 

Baile}' John, surveyor 

Bailey Wm. Henrj-, farmer 

Barker Nicholas, farmer 

Bonell Eobert, fitrmer 

Bruce Eobert, farmer 

Burns Michael, farmer 

Cameron John, farmer 

Care foot Joseph, farmer 

Clark William II., farmer 

Clinton Thomas, farmer 

Cole Thomas, farmer 

Colkins William, fanner 

Copeland Charles, carpenter and miner 

Coray James, farmer 

Crawford Alex., carpenter 

Crawford George, farmer 

Crozier Charles Taber, farmer 

Crozier James, farmer 

Camming Duncan Geo., master Inland 

steamboats 
Donogan James, laborer 
Dunbar Fredk., farmer 
Duncan William, farmer 
Dunne Joseph, farmer 
P]den Frank, farmer 
Eheneko Henry, farmer 
Erwin David, farmer 
Fibeacodean Peter, farmer 
Fortune Alex., farmer 
Frayno Richard, hariiessraaker 
Gallagher Hugh L., fUrmer 
Gaskin Johnson, farmer 
Graham Donald, J.P., iarmer 
Gunn Hugh, farmer 
Hamill John, of Hamill & Pringle 






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Hannington Walter L., gen store 
Ilassurd Francis, farmer 
HayeH Thomas N., farmer 
Headrick William, farmer 
Heathcote Fredk,, farmer 
Herbert Octave, laborer 
Herman John A., farmer 
Hill Amos, farmer 
Hi<i Roland, farmer 
norland Henry', farmer 
Hutchinson Matthew, farmer 
Irwin Thompson, yeoman 
Jackson James, farmer 
James Thomas, farmer 
Jolm Joseph, farmer 

Johnston Aaron, waofonmaker 

Johnston Gaskin, farmer 

Jones Thomas, miner 

Kennedy Robert, fai'mer 

Kidd Reginald Beresfoi-d, farmer 

Kiikby George, farmer 

Kirkpatrick Lewis, farmer 

Knox A. D., farmer 

Lawrence William, farmer 

Leduc Thomas, farmer 

Leunsin Chequille, farmer 

Lyrm George, farmer 

Malhieson Donald, farmer 

MiCallum Dugald, farmer 

Mi'Callum John, farmer 

McDonald Daniel, farmer 

McDonald Hugh, miner 

McDonald Roland, blacksmith 

Mt'Edwards Donald, carpenter 

McKenzie Charles, fiarmor 

McKenzie Joseph James 

McKenzie William 

McNeil John, mason 

Montgomery James, farmer 

Murphy Jeremiah, farmer 

Murray Thomas, farmer 

Murray William, farmer 

Nuelunds Thomas, farmer 

Newton Wm., farmer 

Otlerhans E. J., physician and surgeon 

O'Mara J. J., farmer 

O'Sliea John, farmer 

Owen Wm,, farmer 



Paris Wm., miller 

Pai'kinson George, farmer 

Paton George, farmer 

Patton Levi W., miller and sawyer 

Pearse Stanley J., farmer 

Pelly R. S., C.E., and surveyor 

Powell Wm., farmer 

Pringle & Hamill, contractors and 

builders 
Pringle John S., of Pringle & Hamill 
Prosper Nicholas, farmer 
Rabbit Daniel, of Wood & Rabbit 
Richardson Wm., farmer 
Rollings Wm., farmer 
Rosemond Wm. T., miner 
Rowett Richard, miner 
Schubert James Henry, farmer 
Sedell Henry, farmer 
Smith John Robt. A. 
Swallwell Wm. 
Swanson Wm. 
Sydney John Harry 
Schubert August, jun. 
Schubert August, sen. 
Thompson Kenneth, farmer 
Trepton Julius, farmer 
Under buck Henry, farmer 
Vonables Wm., laborer 

Wallace George J., postmas- 
ter, farjier, hotel keeper and black- 
smith 

Walters John Thomas, farmer 

Westobe Joseph, farmer 

Wichers Hermtm, farmer 

Wilkins August 

Williamson Thomas Henry, butcher 

Wilson Robt., carpenter 

Wood & Babbitt, general store 

Wood Robt., of Wood& Rabbitt 

Wright Henry W., farmer 

SPUZZUM, 

A station on the main line of the C.P.R., 
177 miles east of Vancouvur ; has tekgraph 
office. 

Fraser W. C, operator C.P.R. 
Houston Leonard, general store 



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STEVESTON, 

At Steves landing, Lulu l3land,near mouth 
of South Arm of Fraser River. 

Brascomb David, fanner 

Steves W, H.,gon store and seedsman 

STUMP LAKE, see Nicola Val- 
ley and Coutlees, 

In Nicola Valley south of Kamloops, Tale 
District. 

Bulman Thomas, farmer 

Frisken Jame^, farmer 

Fuller ton James, trader 

McDougall Robert, miner 

Morrison Joiin Murdocij, miner and 

rancher 
Morton Alfred, hotel 
Wade Fred., blacksmith 
Wall Fred., blacksmith and farmer 
Willis Wm,, miner and farmer 

ST. MARY'S MISSION, see 

Mission Station and Matsqui 
P.O. 

SUMAS, see also Nicomen and 
Upper Sumas, 

A post settlement on the south side of the 
Fraser river. It is in the Chilliwack muni- 
cipality, New Westminster District. Mail 
daily. Nearest telegraph olGce Chilliwack 
disGmiles; nearest railway station Nico- 
men, dis 4 miles, which 'alter is 55 miles from 
Vancouver. It is reached by steamer from 
New Westminster, the atter, which is the 
principal one, for the land being mostly flat 
and low, is subject to ai .nnual overflow 
of the Fraser. Has Methodist church 
and public school . Industries, farming and 
dairying. 
Postmaster, David W. Miller 

Anderson Peter Lonzo 
Andrew John 
Arnold Frank 
Atkinson John Luther 



Barker Henry 

Barker Wm. Henry, farmer 

Chadsey Che.ster 

Chadfioy G. N., notary, farmer and 

dairying 
Chadsey Geo. W. 
Chadsey James Louson 
Chadsey Wiliiiim 
Deroche Joseph 
Dunn John 
Ford Chas. 
Ford Eichard 
Ford Sidney 
Ford Wm. 
Gemmell Hugh 
German John H. 
Hall Edward 
Hall Euphrates Thos. 
Hall Geo. 
Hall Henry 

Hall Joseph rev, Methodist 
Hall Matthew 
Hall Matthew John Thos. 
Hall Wm., farmer 
Henchcy John, farmer 
Hughes Richard, fartiior 
Johnson Henry, farmer 
Keith Ezekiol B., farmer 
Lane Wm., farmer 
Lewis Thos.; farmer 
Lickraan France, farmer 
Marshall John, farmer 
Maynard Jas. Dar.,, farmer 
McCurry Daniel, farmer 
McGillivray Donald, gen store and 

dairy 
McKay David, farmer 
McLeod John A., teacher 

Miller Donald William, post- 
mastery general store and 
dairy 

MuBselwhite John, farmer 
Peterson John, farmer 
Richards Chas. Morgan, farmer 
Roscoe Antoine, farmer 
Row Wm., farmer 
Sbaunon Thos., farmer 



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Stewart Don' Id Macreo, farmer 
Street Thos., farmer 
Thompson Thos., farn.er 
Toop Hector, farmer 
Toop Sampson, farmer 
Wallace Wm., farmer 
Will William, farmer 
Williams Lorenzo Dow, farmer 
Wilson Chas., farmer 
Yonk Thos., farmer 

SURRY CENTRE, 

A country post office in New Westminster 
District. Mail weekly. Nearest telegraph 
office Clover Valley, dis 2 miles ; railway 
Station New Westminster, dis 10 miles- 
TtiiS is a good farrainfr section ; has .Metho- 
dist and Episcopal churches and public 
school. The New Westminster Southern 
R. R. passes through this settlement 1 
mile from Surry Centre. 
Postmaster, Abraham Hack 

Bell rev. Wm. 

Boothroyd Geo. Arthur, farmer 
Boothroyd James Forrest, farmer 
Goemans R., bookbinder and farmer 



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Huck Abraham, 
and gen store 

Huck Abraham L., contractor 

Ma."Lean John A., teacher 

McNear N., foreman 

Miller Chas., carpeiiter 

Eichardson A., gen store 

Starr John II., blacksmith and farmer 

Wade Edmund Thos., constable 

SURRY MUNICIPALITY, 

Siuated in the southwest part of the maine 
land in the New Westminster district. Th 
most distant point in the municipality is only 
17 miles from Ifew Westminster C ity. Hal* 
of the land is pnirie and the rest timbered- 
Area about 120 ' uare miles. Population 
2000, The Nickoweckle and Serpentine 
Rivers, both navigable, 'run through the 
municipality. A -egular stage line runs 



from New Westminster through Surrey to 
Blaine and Whatcom, Wash, W. S. Good 
roads through the municipality connect 
with the trunk road to Brownsvil le from 
which New Westminster is reached by 
steam ferry boat. The line of the New 
Westminster Southern Railway runs 
through the centre of the municipality. 
The soil generally is very rich, and large 
crops are harvested. Fruit growing is be- 
coming quite an industry for which the soil 
is especially adapted. Elgin, Halls Prairie, 
Surry Centre and North Surry are the post 
offices. 

TAPPIN SIDING, 

A flag station on the main line of the 
C.P.R., 308 miles east of Vancouver. Near- 
est telegraph station Salmon Arm, dis 8 
miles. 

Daniels Thomas, farmer 
Genelle Bros., saw mill 
Jones D. F., farmer 

THOMPSON RI YER,See Kain- 
loops, 

Druramond James Martin 
Graham Thos., farmer 
Grant Edward, farmer 
Hontass Peter, farmer 
Johnson Edward, farmer 
O'Hara I. John, farmer 
Perrault Frank, farmer 

TOAD MOUNTAIN, 

A mining camp in the Kootenay District. 

Anderson Henry, ffoveniment officer 
DelaneyJas., ragr G. B. Wrij^ht 
Denny & Devi no, general store 
Hall Bros , <niners 
Kane Geo., miner 
Lemon & Hume, miners 
!,icDonald John, miner 
Wright G. B., general store and tim- 
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TRANQUILLE, 

A station on tiie main line of the C.P.R 
242" miles east of Vancouver. Is situated 
on Lake, — miles west of Kamloops, which 
is the nearest telegraph, post and express 
office. 

Coonc}' Chas. T., runclicr 
Dickinson Jas., meclianic 
Fortune Wm., saw and gririt mil 
McWIia Julins, laborer 
Eoberts 11 II., manon 
Seymour Kdwai-d Clias,, farmer 
So'ymoiir Geo. Wat.'^on, farmer 
\Vat8on J. J., farmer 

UPPER SUMAS, 

A country post office north of Sumas Lakei 
8 miles from Lower Sumas Landing, in New 
Westminster district ; nearest railway sta- 
tion Nicomen, dis 14 miles, lelegraph, 
Upper Siimas, dis l^ miles. Has Methodist 
church and public school. 
Postmaster, Wm. H. Fadden 

Ackeiman Asa, J.P., farmor 
Ackerman Erastus B., farmer 
Ackerman Oliver B., carpenter and 

c<m tractor 
Andrews John, farmer 
Arnold Frardf, farmer 
Arthur John, farmer 
Barker Henry, farmer 
Blair Wm. S., teacher 
Boley Alonzo, farmer 
Bowman Amos, Geol. Survey 
Bradford Frank I. 
Campliell Mrs. Phoebo 
Cox Gabriel 
Dalby John 
Dunne John 
Dunne Michael, farmer 
Fadden Eugene, carpenter 
Fadden Jasper, carpenter and con- 

tractor 
Fadden Melvin, farmer 

Fadden William Henryi 

postmuBter and farmer 



Fisher Duncan A. 
Fooks Frederick, surveyor 
Eraser John 
Eraser Wm., farmer 
Hammer Joseph Christjimson, fiirmor 
llinchey John 
Johnson Henry 
MacCrimmon Donald 
.MacCrimmon Earquhar 
MacCrimmon Boderick 
MacLean James 
MacQiiaig Donald 
Mahor Wra. S., farmer 
Marrion Owen, farmer 
Marshall John, farmer 
McDermot Matthew 
Munroe Frank 

Mussetwhite John, Customs officer 
Eecord S. J., farmer 
Ridley John 
Eolston George 
Roscoe Antoine, carpenter 
Russell James 
Russell Wm., jun,, farmer 
Russell Wm., sen., farmer 
York Tlionias, farmer 
York Thomas Eraser, saloonkeeper 

VALDES ISLAND, 

A C.P.R. telegraph office 
Wako B. H., agent C.P.R. Telegraph 

VAN WINKLE or Stanley, 

A post ofHce in Cariboo District. Near- 
est telegraph office, Barkerville, dis 14 
miles. It is reached by the li.O. l^^xpress 
Co.'s stages from Ashcroft, dis 281 miles, 
Industries quartz raining. 

Postmaster, W. W. Dodd 
Beathy Wm,, miner 
Beedy Asa H., express agent 
Blackweel Edward, minor 
Boyd John C. 
Coyne James, minor 
David Allen, farmer and miner 

Dodd W. W., postmaster 

and general store 



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Kdwards David, miner and shoemaker 
Ellis William, miner and hotelkeeper 
lluntor John, miner 
Johnstone Archibald, miner 
Jones Harry, miner 
Jones Solomon, minor 
Morlin Ezokiah, miner 
Mori in Joseph, miner 
Montgomery Samuel, miner 
^aislllith John, miner 
Peebles John,gen store and blacksmith 
Perkins Edward, miner 
Pritcher llobori, miner and black- 
smith 
Rcid John, miner 
Trcgillus Frod., miner 
While Jolin, miner 
Wannald Wm., minor 
Hock Sing, goii sloro 
Kwany Yuen Tong, merchant 
Kwong Yuen Lung 
Wing Sing, drugs and gen store 

VERNON, 

A post settlement in Ukanagan Valle 
in the eualeru side of the Lake, .Kootenay 
District. Mails twice a week ; nearest tele- 
graph and railway station iSicamouse, dis. 
41) miles. iSteamboat landing Buderby,di3. 
24 miles. Pop. 100. 
Postmaster, Luc Girouard 

Bailey Wm., teamster 
Barnes Fred. IL, furniture store 
Banisley W., clerk H.B. Co, 
Bercier Louis, horse trainer 
Brewer Chus., farmer 
Cameron Duncan, gen store 
Cameron W. F., gen store 
Chri.^tian Josopii, hotelkeeper 
Christian Louis, road superintendent 
Columbia Mills Co,, grain elevator 
Coryell John A., C. E., and surveyor 
Coryell William, surveyor 
Croighton JoliM, gen store 
DcLurier Amos, stock raiser 
Dowdnoy Waller, J. P., gov agent 
JJulcau Nelson, farmer and stock 
raiser 



Eastwood W. H,, hotel 

Kllison Price, tarmor and stock raiser 

Gulbraith Matthew, farmer 

Clulbraith R,, farmer 

Gillia Allan, steamboat owner 

Girouard Luc, postmaster and 

farmer 
GoldioRobt., farmer 
Hudson Bay Co., gen store 
Johnson Aaron, wheelwright 
Kerr Robt,, clerk 
Kiertcr Geo., farmer 
Lawson Chas., stock raiser and farmer 
Lyons Jas., farmer and stock raiser 
Lyons Sam., farmer and stock raiser 
McClosky Wm., foreman B ranch 
McDonald Ronald, steamboat owner 
McDougall Robt., of Schubert «fc Mc- 

Dougall 
McEdwaids D., of iMcEdwards & Co. 
McGuvv W., gen store 
Montoith John A., Provincial collec- 
tor, etc. 
Morand Louis, carpenter 
■ . f-'n Alfred Dash wood 
' .y W. S., surveyor 

Nj> nols & Renoufy agricuU 

tui'al implement waroliouse 
O'llura Hugh, hostler 
Okaiiagan Saw Mill, C. Brewer, mgr 
Phillips James, householder 
p-.'ior E, G,, agricultural warehouse 
Puller J., mgr H, B, Co, 
Schubert James A., of Schubert & 

McDougall 
Schultz Harry, blacksmith 
Shorts Thomas D., steamboat owner 
Tronson E.J., J.P,, stock rai.^er 
VanBuskirk Henry, clerk 
Vernon G, F. Hon,, stock raiser and 

faimer 
Vernon Hotel, Schubert & McDougall, 
Victoria Hotel,McEdwards & Co,,propa 
Watson Porter, hairdresser 
Woo(i E. H., tiarmer 
Sing — , laundry 
Hi Chung, laundry 



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WELLINGTQ^^, see also East 
Wellington, 

A mining town at the terminus of the E. & 
N. Rj., in the Nanaimo District, has post 
and telegraph offices. Mails daily from 
Xanaimo.dis 4 miles. This is a purely min- 
ing town, there being ao other ii duatries. 
The output 9f the mines is carried to De- 
parture Bay, dis 3 miles, by the Company's 
own narrow gauge road ; it has public 
school and churches. 

Abramson Matthew, carpenter 

Anderson A. B., clerk James Harvey 

Anderson Henry, miner 

Anderson John, miner 

Anderson Wm., miner 

Andrews John, miner 

Axelson Chas., engineer 

Baggot Antoine, miner 

Bagonia D., miner 

Baih^y Bros., miners 

Bailey Hid., miner 

Bailey Jo.xeph, miner 

Bailey E., miner 

Bailey Thomas, miner 

Bask Henry, miner 

Bate ThoB. E., engineer 

Bateman Sam., miner 

Bejens Jas., miner 

Bell John, miner 

Belton Thos., miner 

Belyea John, stable foreman 

Beniddio B., minor 

Berry Ii., miner 

Binner Chas., miner 

Black John, miner 

Blair Henry, miner 

Blair Joseph, miner 

Blake J., miner 

Blakely T., & Co., miners 

Blunt Alfred, miner 

Borgan A., miner 

Borgan Peter, miner 

Boschine Louis, miner 

Boyce Thos., miner 

Breen James, miner 

Brown — , miner 



Brown Eakg., miner 

Brown Geo., miner 

Brown Wm., miner 

Bryant Thos., miner 

Bryce A., miner 

Brydon Andrew, minor 

Biydon John W., clerk Wellington 
Collieries 

BRYDON JOHN, mgr Wellington 
Collieries 

Bunce J. R., barber shop 

Burns Michael, miner 

Cain James, miner 

Campbell James, miner 

Campbell John, miner 

Campbell M., minor 

Campe Wm., miner 

Canadian Pacific Railway Telegraph, 
W. F. C. Pope, agent 

Carruthers D., miner 

Carter F. G., miner 

Carter Joseph, miner 

Casley John, miner 

Cavelier Louis, miner 

Chadwick Wm., engineer 

Cheney W. F., miner 

Christie rev. James, pastor Presbyter- 
ian church 

Clark John, miner 

Clark Wm., miner 

Clarkson Alex., fireman 

Clash J., miner 

Colter H., minor 

Connor James, miner 

Conway James, miner 

Corn August, miner 

Coulter John, miner 

Crombie Alex., engineer 

Croson Henry, miner 

Cumblier Elias, miner 

Currie & Fletcher, miners 

Davis E. L., miner 

Davis Thos., miner 

Dement Gilbert, miner 

Dickenson Hugh, asst mgr Wellington 
Collieries 

Dixon John D., prop Somerset house 

Dodds Wm., miner 



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Doyle Andrew, miner 

Duca Joseph, miner 

Dudley Elijah, miner 

Dugan A., miner 

Dunsmore Eobt., miner 

Dunsmuir Alex., of E. Duneiuuir & 

Sons, res Sun Francisco 
Dunninuir James, of B. Dunsmuir & 

Sons, res Victoria 
Dunbmuir E., & Sons, props "Welling- 
ton Collieries 
Dunstan Wra., miner 
Eberts D. W., physician 
Edwards Wm., & Co., miners 
Ellis Louis, miner 
Ellis Eobt., miner 

Eno C. Mrs., fruit and confectionery 
Eblick Joseph, miner 
E. & N, Ey., W. F. C. Pope, agent 
Evans Edward, miner 
Fenton Wm., loco driver 
Fitzsimmons Jamen, miner 
Flemming Louis, miner 
Foster Joseph, miner 
Ganzler John, miner 
Gemmel T., miner 
GenvinsWm., miner 
Gotenger Wm., miner 

Gillespie John miner 
Gillie Joseph, miner 
GillisD., miner 

Gilinour Joseph, miner 

Godfrey Amos, miner 

Godfrey Setli, miner 

Godsworth Thos., bartender Somerset 
House 

Gott Wm., miner 

Grant Robt., of Grant & Co. 

Grant & Mounce, props Wellington 
saw mill 

Green Jas., & Son, miners 

Greenwall John B., miner 

Griffiths John, miner 

Griffiths Louis, miner 

Grubb Mook, engineer 

Gunnan James, miner 

Haggart James, foreman No. 3 Shaft 

Hagartg Thos., machinist 



Haigh John, miner 

Hall E»iph, miner 

Hollow John, miner 

Hand Wm., miner 

Harris J., miner 

Harris Eichard, miner 

Harrison E., miner 

Harrison Wm., nightman 

Harroway Sam., miner 

Hartman Nelson, miner 

Harvey James, gen store 

Hasltin Geo., miner 

Havista Sam., miner • 

Haweth T., miner 

Hawk Louis, miner 

Hcrlino Frank, miner 

Higuebrand Augusta, miner 

Hill James, manager James 

Harvey, and postmaster 

Hill Matthew, miner 

Hopkins Jacob, & Co., miners 

Howa E., miner 

Hudson Thos., miner 

Hugo Galloway, & Son, miners 

Hugo Joseph, miner 

Hunden Wm., miner 

Hunter Wm., miner 

Hysell Henry, miner 

Jackson Wm., miner 

Jarvis E., miner 

Jenkins James, miner 

John D., engineer 

Johnston Thos., miner 

Jones Ed., engineer 

Jones 1. 1., miner 

Jones J., miner 

Jones J. Q., miner 

Jones James, minor 

Jones John B. L., overman No. 5 Shaft 

Jones Mrs., wid James, gen store 

Jones Samuel, butcher 

Jones W., miner 

Jones Walter, driver James Harvey 



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Kennedy Goo. W., hotelkeepor 
Kennedy Jaiiien, engineer 
Kerr VVtn., miner 
Kiipatrick J).an., miner 
Kilpatrick Robert, livery 
Kiipatrick ThoH., carpenter 
Kilpatrick Wm., livery 
King John, minor 
Kirk Hugh, miner 
Lang Joseph, miner 
Lank Tho8., miner 
Lazana P., miner 
Lfevill M., miner 
Lewelyn VV., miner 
Lewis J., miner 
Lewis W. D.. miner 
Lindsay W. A., paymaster Wellington 
Colliery 

Little John, miner 
Longstaft'A., miner 
LongRtcr A., miner 
Louis Thos. B,, miner 
McAde David, miner 
McArthur Duncan, carpenter 
McCann Thos., miner 
MoCiuskv 11., miner 
McDermot James, miner 
Mccrargle Chas,, miner 
McKinley Jas., miner 
McKinnon Archibald, fireman 
McLachlin Chas., miner 
McLelhin J., miner 
McLeod A., miner 
McMillan Henry fireman 
McMill.an J., miner 
McMurtrie Andrew, miner 
McNeil W. C, minor 
McNij;ht Andrew, machinist 
Madden E., miner 
Malcar H., miner 
Malhass 'J'hos., miner 
Malpas Joseph, miner 
Manney & Poitor, miners 
Manson Nelson, miner 
Manuel Vi'm., miner 
Marshall All, miner 
Marshall August, miner 
MatBon J., miner 



Matthews John, miner 

Matthowson M,, carpenter 

Matthewsnn Matthew, miner 

Morcier R., miner 

Meredith Geo., miner 

Meredith Thos., miner 

Metalor — , miner 

Miller E,, & Co., miners 

Mitchell Geo., miner 

Morgan John, loco driver 

Morgan Wm., miner 

Morland Robt,, miner 

M'irris T., miner 

Morrison Peter, miner 

Moss Wm., miner 

Mott Peter, miner 

Mounce Harry, onginoer saw mills 

Mounce Louis, of Grant & Mounce 

Muisent Andrew, miner 

Munro J., minor 

Munro Wm., miner 

Murtang Peter, miner 

Nelson Gustavo, miner 

Nelson John, mason 

Nelson Steven, miner 

Nicholson N., miner 

Nooe Wm., miner 

Oleson O., miner 

OlesonWm., miner 

Paisley Wm., & Son, miners 

Parry J., miner 

Patton Andrew, miner 

Pearson John, miner 

Pearson Wm., miner 

Penidore John, miner 

Peters Isaac, miner 

Pet re — , miner 

Phillips Goo., miner 

Piccheninni Joseph, miner 

Plattin Pierre, miner 

Pope W. F. C., station agent E. & N, 

Ry. 
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Presbyterian Church, rev. Christie, 

pastor 
Pringlo Wm., carpenter 
Rare A., miner 
Regard Bros., miners 



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Reid .Tas., inadliiiiist 

IJoid Staniiors, utidt'i" 

Hcill' Patrick, minor 

Keiifi V "Jt tlo., miners 

Keinvick 'I'lios., Ictco driver 

Hicard TIiok., miner 

Rice TlioH., miner 

Richard it Hii^lu>s, miners 

Ricliard.s l>a\-iil, miner 

KiciiardsiV: Vai;ue, minors 

K'icliardson (iod., miner 

Rdlierls IJolieit, miner 

Rolieits Wm., engineer 

R(»bins(ni .loliii. miner 

Ifdhinson Ivoliert, miner 

[{od.-'i'is David, miner 

J\(Hli;ers \'\ (),, minei' 

Roney Patrick, miner 

Rodney .lolm, miner 

Jloss Krank, miner 

Koss llai-ry, minor 

Rudy I'anI, miner 

Riiney l)(M'l»y, nuncr 

Kutli(i)r(l ,Ioso-,)h, minor 

Suni .1., miner 

Sanders ('has., minor 

Saundorw Dan., minor 

Sayce .lames, minor 

Scott Roltt., overman No. 4 Shaft 

Soaks .las., miner 

Second John, nunor 

Siiai;-n()t. Kd., minor 

Sharlet .losepli, minor 

Miarpe Jamos, tireman 

Shear James, miner 

Sliillilo Geo., eni^ineer 

Slioro Sam., an nor 

Short Richard, miner 

Silver James, minor 

Simpor Nelson, minor 

Simpson Wm., Juinor 

Simpson W., it Co., nnnors 

Shiior it Rdd^ors, mincr» 

Smith JL, watchman 

Smith Thos., minor 

Smith it Woods, minors 

Soloraoy II., minor 



Somoi'set lIouHc, J. D. Dixon 

Sponeor A., miner 

Stake Wm., minor 

Stopnt'y A., hiboror 

Stevens O., miner 

Taplea fjouis, nuner 

Taylor (reo., miner 

Thomas John, fireman 

Thomas Ijouis, miner 

Thoiiips< II .1. P., miner 

Thompson James, minor 

Thompson .lolin, minor 

Tlioiiipson Roht., miner 

Thompson Sanniel, miner 

Thomp.son Thos., miner 

Trealor John, minor 

Tiini.ah Ri'os miners 

Turner .lairies, minor 

Va;;iie Thos., miner 

Vater A., miner 

Valcu' v., min*!r 

Vater II. A., miner 

Vater it ,lonos, miners 

Vator W 'I., n\iner 

Veneto Poler, minor 

Wanjj: (too., minei- 

Wall Thos., prop Wellington hotel 

Wallace Robt., miner 

Watson (Jeo,, miner 

Webb Moses, bartender Wellington 

hi>tol 
Webster ("ha.s., miner 

I Wellington Collieries, R. 
{ Dunsmuir & Sons, props 

I Wellington hotel, Thos. Wall, prop 

! Wellini^ton saw mill, Grant & 

{ Moiinco, props 

I Westmorland Robt., minor 

! Westwood William T.,gen store 

[ White T., minor 

! Wilkinson Harry, butcher 



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Wilson Jamos, minor 
Witchurch Wm., minor 
Work Jamos, carpenter 
Young R,, miner 



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I'lporoii (Joo,. fiiinn'i' 
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Jenkins Diivid, f:iiinof 
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Manscll Tlios. hownos. fiirnit'r 
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Sharp Janu's, Carnicr 
Walter Aitluir, funnel- 
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Galbraitli H. L. T., ^en nUmt, rani-licr 

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Mather Robt., i^en sloie 
Morgan Ijarry D., minor 
Quiric Patrick, miner 

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Abbott Hacry, gon siipt Pacific Divi- 
sion, Vancouver 
AdatDH Geo., baggagoman, Vancouver 

" J. C, tbroinan, Sponco's Bridge 
Aikens J., foreman, Kamloops 
Ainsworih \V., car inspector, Donald 
Allen John, engineer, Vancouver 
Andereon John, laborer, Spuzsuin 
" N., watchman, Revelsioko 
" 11. P., agent, New Westminstor 
" Robert, watchman, Donald 
Andrews H., engineer, Vancouver 
" Henry, turner, Vancouver 
" W>, car in^^pector, New Weat- 
minster 
Angus Richard, clerk, Vancouver 
Apenes R Av, clei-k, Vancouver 
Appleby L., chainman, Vancouver 

" S. , ago n t, S i ca rno us 
Archibald W. F., local manager C. P 

T., Victoria 
Armsti'ong A., conductor, Donald 
" Angus, watchman, Ashcroft 
" C\, brakeman, Kamloops 
J., carpenter, Vancouver 
James, foreman, Donald 
N., fireman 
W. J%, fireman 
Asbell S., carpenter, Vancouver 
Ashley tteorge, fitter, Revelstoke 
Atherton C. H., cierk, master mecha- 
nic Vancouver 
AtkinaoQ P., car sealer^ Vancouver 






Au.slin C, fireman, Vancouver 
" W., chainman, Vancouver 
Babbiil F., conductor, ShusvVap Divi* 

sion 
Baker II., pumpman, Harrison 

" J. W., operator C. P. T., Van- 
couver 
Bannerman J., fuel agent, Vancouver 
Barker R )bt., clerk C. P. T., Vancou- 
ver 
Barks C. F., clerk, Vancouver 

*' George, c:ir repairer, Vancouver 
Barn hart A., passenger conductor, 

Vancouver 
Beam William, woodman^ Vancouver 
Beasley H. E., secretary to superinten- 
dent, DoPM'd 
Beascm J. E., agent C. P. T., Quesnelle 
Beattio J. O., clerk. New Wcstminstet 
Beaudry J. Tv B., clerk, Vancouver 
Bebb John, caretaker, Glacier House 
Beckett W., carpenter, Donald 
Belanger Napoleon, brakeman, Shus* 

wap Division 
Berlrand L. W., draughtsman, VancoU' 

ver 
Berube J. E., operator, Albeii. Canyon 
Belts G. L., rodman, Vancouver 
BeveridgeC., watchman, S. shed No. SO 
Bingham W., turner, Vancouver 

" W,, fireman, Vancouver 
Birch Thomas, filter, Donald 
Birde D., foreman, Sis: Mile Greek 

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Black A. W., stort'koeper, Vancouver 

" James, clerk, Vancouver 
Blair Samuel, laborer, Vancouver 
Bloomer T. L., wiper, Kamhwps 
Blythe T. A., drauglusmnn, Donald 
Bodwell F. TI., druughttiman, Vancou- 
ver 
Bond D., tel, repairer, Hammond 
Bonniek John, laborer, Vancouver 
Eonville L,, ibremrin, Hope 
Boyd Jami's, boiler works, Donald 
Bradford F. F., li.Tiekeeper, Eevelstoke 
Braddy William, watchman, Spuzzum 
Bridges J., striker, Viincouver 
Brines J., car oiler, Vancouver 
Brett E. E,, clerk to asst superinten- 
dent, Vancouver 
Brooke Robt., clerk C. P. T,, Vancou 

ver 
Brown Albert, watchman, Hope 

" D. E., arirtt geu'iral freight and 
pa.ss*Miger agent, Vancouver 

" G., fireman, Vuncouver 
Geo., wiper, Vancouver 
Gfoi'ge McL., ticket agent, Van- 
couver 
J., machine hand, Vancouver 
James, watchman, Black Canyon 
W., machinist, Donald 

" William, loreman, Clanwilliam 
Browne A. 8., clerk, Vancouver 

" J., chief clerk local freight dept., 
Vancouver 

*' W. II., clerk, Vancouver 
Brundett A., foreman, Vancouver 

" A., wiper, Donald 

'' George, fitter, D nald 
Er.U B. W., rod man, Vancouver 
Burt.ess Thomas, foreman, Cascaac 

Division 
Bi'.rnett S., laborer, Port Moody 
Ziurns C, brukoman, Vancouver 
Burnyeat J. P., assistant engineer, 

Vancouver 
Burt R.. foreman, Vancouver 
Burton George, engineer, Vancouver 

" CharlcB, foreman, Mission 



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'* G,, turner, Vancouver 
" George, fireman, Vancouver 
" \V. E., pumpman, Ashcroft 
Bushnell J, H., chainman, Vancouver 
Butt Pietro, woodman, Kamioops 
Buttery N., clerk, Victoria 
Cabot George, laborer, Vancouver 
Calder Fi-ed, A., clerk, Donald 
Caldwell W., brakeman, Donald 
" W., conductor, Shuswap 
" W,, conductor, Donald 
Callaghan J. A., agt C, P.T., Nanaimo 
Calloway J. P., watchman, 7th Crossing 
Callim J,, fireman, Vancouver 
Cambie H. J,, engineer in charge, Van- 
couver 
Cuuieron A,, clu»k general freight and 
passenger deparimoul, Vancouver. 
Campbell A., waiclimai;, Surprise 
Creek 
" F, J., car repairer, Vancouver 
" H., telegraph operator,, Sicaraoue 
" J,, chainman, Vancouver 
" K., messe'-jger, Vancouver 
Camplieu M,, laborer, Hammond 
Carey C, E., :tgent, Ashci-oft 

'' Thomas, engineer, Vancouver 
Caron Simcm, laborer, Nicomen 

'• T, J., laborer, Nicoiiien 
Carrier J., brakeman, Vancouver 
Carson F., turner, Donald 

" W. F,, travelling freight and 
passenger agent, Portland 
Cartwrigbt H., iinsmiiii, Vancouver 
i'-irryei- Youle, toolman, Donald 
Casli A, C, toreman car shops, Van- 
couver 
" S, A., locomotive foreman. Revel- 
stoke 
Castle Martin, foreman, Yale 
Cato F , fitter, Vancouver 
Cathervvood J, A,, axeman, Vancouver 
Chesley E,, brakeman, Kamioops 
Choate Ed., bridge insp. Cascade Dlv 
" J. Z., bridge foreman. Cascade 
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Chrisvan P.A., operC.P.T., Vancouver 
Chryster A., laborer, Viinconver 
Clark John S., oper C.P.T., Victoria 
Clear A., brakeman, Donald 
Cleary S., fireman, Vancouver 
Clements L., oper., Roger's Pass 
Clifford .Tam<is, wiper, Donald 
Cluttorbufjk P, fireman, Vancouver 
Clifton D., foreman, Kamiot>ps 
Cobb John L., fitter, Donald 
Cole M., turner, Kamioops 

" Moses, fireman, Vancouver 
Collie R., fir»'man, Vancouver 

" Robert, wiper, Donald 
Connacher J., engi>.eer, Vancouver 
Connelly Michael, woodman, Kara- 
loops 
Connon H. E,, local freight agent. 

Vancouver 
Conroy Pat., laborer. Twin Butte 
Conway P.J. baggageman, Kamioops 

" t. D.,repiiiier C.P.T.,Chomainus 
Cook J., laborer, Vancouver 

" P. A., oper C.P.T., Vancouver 
Coombs F., fireman, Vancouver 

" F.. turner, Kamioops 
Cooper M., turner, Xew Westminster 

" W., car repairer, Vancouver 
Copeland J., train despalcher, Donald 
Couglaii D,, painter, Vancouver 
(\)uglilan T., fireman, Vancouver 
Coughlin J., brakeman, Kamioops 
Cougblon J., brakeman, Vancou\ er 

" W., wiper, Vancouver 
Crogs W. F., lampman, DonaM 
Craick B., brakeman, Kamioops 
Crickmay F., chainman, Vancouver 
Craig D., teamster, Donald 

" Nat., checker, Vancouve" 

" Wm., road master, Vancouver 
Crawford M., engineer, Vancouver 

W. L., striker, Kamioops 
Creolman U., engineer, Vanctmver 
(!rick Fred., messenger, Vancouver 
Crompton T,, striker, Vnncouver 
Cummings S , storcman, Vancouver 
CuQuingbam J., furemnn, Kaiuloops 



Cunningham P., watchman, Spuzzura 
" R. 8., pumpman, Mountain 
Creek 
Cnpgood John, brakeman, Donald 
Curtin James, wiper, Rogers Pass 
Cutlerback P., turner, Vancouver 
Daley Thomas, watchman, Gria Iwia 
D.ilton John, woodman, Kamioops 
Daly J. D., foreman, Beaver Mouth 
Dalziel D., foreman. Twin Butte 

" Jos., fireman, Albert Canyon 
Dana A. J., asst Purchasing agent, 

Vancouver 
Daniels A., pumpman. Ducks 
David J , laborer, Hope 
Davies A., engineer, Vancouver 
" C. L., wiper, Kamioops 
" W., machinist, Vancouver 
Davis C, fireman, Vancouver 

" E. L,, foreman coal dept, Van- 
couver 
" R, agent, Beaver Mouth 
Deakin H., fuolman, Donald 
Dempsey D., foreman, (i-riffin Lake 
Denechaud E. B., clerk, Now West 

minster 
Denman A., engineer, Vancouver 
Desrochers Ernest A.,laborer, Nicoraea 
Devlin F., detective, Vancouver 
" James, watchman, Lytton 
Dietze M., foreman, N. Bend 
DinsmoreA., cooper, Vancouver 

" T. W., clerk, Vnneouver 
Distaca T., laborer, Vancouver 
Dixon James, round house, Donald 
Doidge E. C, carpenter, Donald 
Doig P., brakeman, Vancouver 
" J., pass conductor, Vancouver 
Win,, yard foreman, Vancouver 
Wm., jr., foreman, Vancouver 
Donasello George, laborer, Donald 

" J., fuelman, Donal I 
Donnelly C, operator, Keefer 
Doubt John, fuelman, Rovehtoke 
Doucet L., clerk, Vancouver 
Doucett Thomas, foreman, T.ippeas 
Dow A., engineer, Vancouver 
" Alex,, turner, Revelstoke 



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Dowling F. W., operator C.P.T., Van- 
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DownieTho!"., chief dispatclicr, Donald 

" VVm., ast*t supt, Vancouver 
Dugan W., watchman, Yale 
Dnmais John, hihorer, A<»aspiz 
Duncan A.G.,nieHsr C.P.T., Vancouver 

" Alex., laborer, IlarriBon 
Dunn A., brakernan, Vancouver 
" A., yardman, Vancouver 
" Jos., stationary en^'., Vancouver 
Dunovan M. P., a^ent, Sliuswap 
Dujiers John, fuelman, Eevelstoke 
Dvvyer F., foreman, Donald 

" James, foreman, Lytton 
D3'a8 11. H., ibreman, S))uzzam 
Dyer Fred., wiper, llevelstoke 
Eales Thos., car repairer, Vancouver 
Eckerhley T., enjiiiiecr, Vancouver 
Ed^erton William, foreman, Albert 
Canyon 

Edmunds W., engineer, Vancouver 
Edwards L. J., acct., Donald 
Eickhotf W., messenger C.P.T., West- 

minster 
Elliott A., bra' man, Donald 
John, laborer, Vancouver 
L. K., conductor, Siiuswup Div. 
S. G., ft ccmductor, Vancouver 
Ellis E. K., agent, Tacoma 
Elwood James, turner, Vancouver 

" W. J., storekeeper, Donald 
Ems John, sec foreman. Port Moody 
Eni;land W., foreman water supply, 

VaticoHver 
Evans Thos., asst storekeeper, Donald 

*' W. II., engineer, Vancouver 
Fagan J., o])er C.P.T., Vancouver 
Farr E., foreman mason, Cascade Div 
Farmer W. 11., hr carpt. Cascade Div 
Farrington A., wiper, Donald 
Field J. H., night operator C.P.T., 

New Westminster 
Fillion S., chaiiiman, Vancouver 
FinglandF., laborer, Kamloops 
Finn M. H., clerk, Dotuild 
Fitzgerald 1)., brukcina,n, Karaloops 









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Fitzmorris M., conductor, Kamloops 
Flemming C. G., night watchman, 

Vancouver 
Fletcher J., cir. mgr C.P.T., Vancouver 
Flett A., machinist, Vancouver 

Jas., brassHnisher, Vancouver 
J,, machinist, Vancouver 
Fole}' J., foreman, Revelsloke 
Forbes A. F., brakeman, Kamloops 

" F., brakeman, Vancouver 
Force Charles, foreman, Yido 
Forey H. F., conductor, Shuswap Div. 
Forrest A. B., ft conductor, Vancouver 
'' A.B., pass conductor, Vancouver 
" Alex. B., yardmaster, Vancouver 
" W. H., cashier local frt dept, 
Vancouver 

Fosset Hugh, foreman, Nicomen 
Foster J., foreman, Vancouver 
J., turner, Kamloops 
W. A., agent, Revelstoi:'' 
Fowcett J., pumpman, Sicanious 
Eraser A. M., boiler maker, Vancouver 
" F., watchman, 2nd Crossing 
" J. S., agent, Hammond 
P., braketnan, Vancouver 
S., titter, Vancouver 
" W., oper. C.P.T., Vancouver 
" W. C, operator, Spiizzum 
" W. C, operator, Westminster 
Junction 
Freeman C. E., foreman car cleaner, 

Vancouver 
Fremanlle E, watchman S. shod No. I 
Gallacana D., laborer, Donald 
Gallagher P. J,, asst fuel agent, Van- 
couver 
Gander J., engineer, Vancouver 
" James, turner, Vancouver 
Gardner W. II., foreman, New West- 
minster 
Garvin J. F., passenger conductor, 

Vancouver 
Gass F. N., clerk, Vancouver 
Gates J. K., watchman, Donald 

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Gebei t Otto, car repairer 
Geddes D., clerk shops, Vancouver 
Geddews J. P., secretary to gen. supt., 
Vancouver 
•' Jiimes, turner, Roijer'sPass 
Genier G., telegraph repairer, Illecil- 
lewaet 
" N., telegraph repairer, Roger's 
Pass 
Gentes Harry, laborer, Port Moody 
Geraughty John, foreman, Ruby Creek 
Gibson E., brakeman, Vancouver 
" Joseph, turner, Vancouver 
" Geoi'ge F., clerk, Vancouver 
Gill A., car repairer, Vancouver 
" A., ni<rht watchman, Vancouver 
John, car repairer, Vancouver 
Gilmoi'e H. B,, ibreman shops, Van- 
couver 
Gii'dwood C. R,, locomotive foreman, 

Reveistoke 
Gish 1)., tank repairer, Vancouver 
Glendenning A., laborer, Vancouver 
Go(i(' :rd A., pumpman, Kamloops 
'' B., fireman, Vancouver 
" J., wiper, Kauiloops 
" N., fitter, Kamloops 
Godstruvv Jiimes, laborer, H. rnmond 
Gordon R., blacksmith, Donald 
Gnugh Chas., l.iborcr, Vancouver 
Goulet E., agent. Ducks 
Govett G., fireman, Vancouver 
Graham E, A., chainm.'in, Vancouver 
Grant A,, brakeman, Vancouver 
H., brakeman, Kamhiops 
P., engineer, Vancouver 
R., car inspector, Vancouver 
Graves A, M,, engineer, Vancouver 

" II,, brakemMU, Kamloops 
Gray H. C., watchman, Hammond 
Greaves H., ft. co?iductor, Vancouver 

" J., brakeman, Vancouver 
Green A. R., assteng, Vancouver 
C. F., chainman, Vancouver 
H,, millwright, Vatjcouver 
J. M., watchman, S Shed 39 
W,, carpenter, Vancouver 
Gregory R„ uiaohinist, Vancouver 



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Grimes W., yardmaster, Donald 
Grindrod E. H., telegraph inspector, 

Kamloops 
Groulx W. J., night operator, Revel- 
stoke 
Gunter A., foreman, Ashcroft 
Haddon D., foreman, Salmon Arm 
Hallisey J., tel. repairer. North Bond 
Hamilton John, dospatcher, Donald 
Hammond H. S., clerk, Donald 
Hanbury C, fitter, Vancouver 

" H., titter, Donald 
Handcock E., carpenter, Vancouver 

" J., carpenter, Vancouver 
Hannifin ,Tas., blacksmith, Vancouver 
Hanson C., foreman, Port Moodj- 
Harkness George, foreman. Spuzzum 
Harold T., pattern maker, Vancouver 
Harris J. H,, laborer, Vancouver 
" Lewis, foreman, vSavona 
" T., brakeman, Kamloops 
'' T., brakeman, Vancouver 
Harve\- J., axeman, Vancouver 
" T., foreman, Ross Peak 

Haughton E., clerk, C. P. T., Victoria 
llayden W. P., stutioti agent, Port 

Moody 
Haynen R., fitter, Donald 
Hearn H., brakeman, Shusvap Divi- 
sion 

" Robt., despatcber, Donald 
Hcathcotc G.V., clerk Vancouver 
L'elcher Paul, car repairer. Di»nald 
Henderson C. W., agent, North Bead 

' H. M., wiper, Reveistoke 



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J., I ight operator C.P.T., Donald 
Lee, brakerran, KarBi*vipB 
" S., chief clerk pay roll.» dopt, 
Vancouver 
Hennessey T„ fireman, Vancouver 
Hennessey T., turner, Vancouver 
Herchimor F., brakeman, Sluiswap 

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Heichmer J., brakeman, Kamloops 
Hotherington John, laborer, lleveiatoke 



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IlillianJ 11,, wiper, Roaer'H Pass 
HillyerP. R., watchman, Ya'.o 
Hinton Jolin, torcman, Ashcrofl 
Hobbs F. E., locomotive foreman 
Hodgins G. S., locomotive foreman, 

Vimoonvor 
Hoffman George, foreman, Kamloops 
Ho>;g W. G., messeniTor, Vancouver 

" W., lamp man, Vancouver 
HollyoaU J.,watcliman,Spence'sBridi;o 
Home TlioMian, clerk, maisier mechanic 

Vancouver 
Honeyman Eoht., laborer, Vancouver 
Hooley Peter, boiler maker, Donald 
Hoskor I). M., locomotive foreman, 
Kamloops 
E., timekeeper, Vancuver 
E. J. en^rineer, Vancouver 
HoulcJ., carpenter, Vancouver 
Howard H., spi-ini; maker, Vancouver 
Howell A., miichino hand Vancouver 
Howley G('orfj;e, fireman, Vancouver 
Hoyland — , watchman S Shed No. 12 
Hunt J., fireman, Vancouver 

" Joseph, wiper, Eeveistoke 
Hurliman J., tool maker, Vancouver 
Hyatt Mark, hridiiefoi'eman, Donald 
Iiiknian Cliarles, ayent. Agtissiz 

" A., operator C.P.T., Van(M)uver 
Irvitig Isaac, operator, Salmon Arm 

" R., atjent freight and passenger 
dept, Victoria 
Irwin T,, fireman, Vancouver 

" Thomas, wiper, Donald 
Jackteon D., pumpman. Port Moody 

" E., clerk, Portland 

" J., boiiermnker, Kamloops 
JamcH Frank, laborer, Hope 
Jamieson D., conductor, Donald 

" J., hrakeman, Kamloops 
Jftikins J., fireman, Vancouver 
JerviH A., mesHonger C.P.T., Vancou- 
ver 
JohiiHonP. B.. axeman, Vancouver 

*' J. B,, agent, Donald 

" L. 11., master mei;h"tnic, Van- 
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Johnston E. S., leveller, Vancouver 
L., watchman. Drynock 
Thomas, fitter, Revelstoko 
Thomas, watchman, Drynock 
W., baggage porter, Vancouver 
Jones J., fbrenian lab., Vanco'iver 
Josling C, watchman, S. shod No, 27 
Judd H., rodman, Vancouver 
Justice H. E., wiper, Vancouver 

" H. E., wiper, Kamloops 
Kady Thomas, foreman, Rm-elstoko 
Kane Win., watchmtm, Ruby Creek 
Koadon Peter, laborer, Hope 
Kellj' M., roadmaster, Kamloops 
Kennear J., clerk car shops, Vancou- 
ver 
Kennedy J., engineer. Vancouver 
" W., machinist, Vancouver 
" Williatn, watchman, Ashcroft 
Keyes Hugh, watchman. Mountain 

Creek 
Kibble J., fireman Hammond 
Kidd A., laborer, Vancouver 
J., laborer, Vancouver 
O., fireman, Vancouver 
Oban, fitter, K:imloops 
0-icar, wiper, K.imloops 
\V. J., clerk, Vaticouvor 
W., washer, Kamloops 
Killoen E., foreman, Sicamous 
Kilpairick T., brid-re foreman, Donald 
Kimble D., conductor, Sliiiswap 

" D., freight coniluctor, A'^ancouver 
Kinnear G. A., signalmati, Vancouver 
Kinsey E. G., foreman. Ducks 
King D., eiigineor, Vancoiiver 
Kiiiglit William, biborer, Port Moody 
Knowdell C, machinsi, Vancouver 
L^imoureux L. D., operator CP.T., 

Vancouver 
Landsburg W. H., foreman, Spuzzum 
Lane J., yardmaster, Kamloops 
Langtvin E., foreman, Srdmon A.rm 
Langley L, H., operator, Gtiflin Lake 
Larrasey J. L., blacksmith Vancouver 
Latimer K., foreman, CI -nwilliam 
Lavoie A., watchman, Donald 



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Lawrence B., foreman, NotcluU 
C, foreman, Sicamous 
G. L., dospatcher, Donald 
LawHon F., brakoman, Shuswap Div. 
Leale V. B,, copperHmith, Vancouver 
Lea> croft H. G., aH^t enfr, Vancouver 
LeBourdais A., a-ient C.P.T., Clinu.n 
Loclairo C. H., messenger, Vancouver 
Leo Joe, cook, Vancouver 
Lennon J., foreman, Airassiz 
LeRoyR., striker, Vancouver 
Leslie A, G., operator Vancouver 
LewisTlioman, blacksmith, Rovelstoke 
Lindmark Charles, car inspector, 

Eevelstoke 
Linton Thomaa, wiper, Roger's Pass 
Little James, fireman, Vancouver 
" Mark, cojopersmilh, D.mald 
" N., copperrtmitl), Vancouver 
Lorimer E. G., operator. Bear Creek 
Loutit J. J., chief clerk general ft. 

& pass dept, Vancouver 
Love II., boileruKiker, Vancouver 
Loveless F., mess. C.P.T., Vancouver 
Lovellet K., foreman, Noicliill 
Lovetl Tliomas, fbrcinan. Glacier 
Lycett George, laliorer, Vancouver 
Lyons John H., wilder, Vancouver 

" P., tireinan, Vancouver 
Lynott P. E,, operator, liovelstoke 
Lyons Pliili[>, wiper, Vancouver 
Macdonald U. E., clerk, Vancouver 
Mack James, engineer, Vancouver 
Mackay J. J., agent (.'.P.T., A>hcr()ft 
Mackintosh W. D., clerk Vancouver 
Maduro J., Ui^ciit C.P.T,, Matsqui 
Maculuy C. H., store loreman Van- 
couver 
Madden C, K., t>v»k„ Vancouver 
M»dignn J., brakt^nan, Vancouver 
Mannion J., car repauor, Vancouver 
Mariano H., laborer, il-.intnond 
Marmott«> Paul, draughtsman, Van- 

oouvor 
M.aroney A.,ioreman, Twin Butt« 
Marpole K., superintondant, D.>nald 
Marshall John, wiper, Revelstokc 



Martin P., repairer C.P.T., New West- 
minster 
Matlie James, blacksmith, Donald 
May A., chainman, Vancouver 
McAllister A., car shops, Vancouver 
McArthur A. C, agent Iliecrillewaet 
McBride R , brakeman, Donald 
McCarty F., engineer pile driver, 

Donall 
McC(-ll G. G., agent, Portland 
McCormick C., braki-man, Vancouver 
McCreary J., clerk Vancouver 
McCue Bernard, watchman, L^'tton 
M iCunn J., rodman, Vancouver 
3IcCu8ker A., foreman, Lytton 
McCutcheon J., agent C.P.T., Chilli- 

wack 
McDermid F., turner, Vancouver 
McDonald A., roadmaster, Thompson 
A,, passenger cor.d, Vancouver 
Alex., blacksmith, Yale 
D. D., carpenter, Vancouver 
E., watchman, llope 
H., wiper, Vancouver 
11., tireinan, Vancouver 
H., conductor, Kamloops 
J. A,, clerk, Kamloops 
John, laborer, Vancouver 
John, bhicksmith, Glai-ior House 
T,, clieckor, Vancouver 
McDoUi;all D., stationary engineer, 
Vancouver 
" D,, tireinan, Vancouver 
" K,, axeman, VancouVin- 
" Jolin, watchman N Bend 
McFadder C. E,, conductor, Kamloops 
McFaydoii W., Hreman, R »gcr'h Pass 
Mc(>ibb' W., tiller, Vaiicouvcr 

McGillvray C, foreman, Gladwin 
McGinnis E, VV. agent, Soatt'e 
" Jaine-t, for.sinan, Donald 
McGregor IJarry, clerk, Vancouver 
McKarracher J. F., engineer, Vancou- 
ver 
McKay J. A., brakeman, Kamloops 

'• Wm., watchman, Rovelstoke 
McKechnie F. W., agent, Kamloops 
McKee H., Vancouver 



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" D., wiisher, Vancouver 
" D,, engineer, Vancouver 
" H., conductor, Kaniloops 
McKuneJl., engineer, Vancouver 
McLaugliian 1)., baggage poj-ler. Van* 

couvor 
McLeod D., messenger C.P>T., Nanaimo 
McLean E., baggageman, Vancouver 

" 1). II., baggage, Donald 
McLeod A. F., bridge foreman, Kam- 
loops 
J., jtaititer, Kamloops 
J., ptr, Donald 

W. J., watchman, Stoney Creek 
McMann Thomas, foreman, Donald 
McManu.s F,, engineer, Vancouver 
McMartin A,, brakeman, Kamloopsj 
McNabb A., engineer, Vancouver 
J., agent, S;ivona 
W., wiper, Vancouver 
Wni., tireinan, Vancouver 
McNiven J., watchman, New Westmin- 
ster 
McPliee B., oper C.P.T., Vancouver 
Mcllae D,, pay car guard, Vancouver 

" D., laborer, Vancouver 
McSorley H., lireman, Vaiicouver 

" Henry, turner, I{oger*« Pass 
McVetty J., carpenter, Vancouver 
McVicar C, tireinan, Pennys 
Meo Charles, policeuian, Vancouver 

" !{., engineer, V^ancouver 
Meek iv., laborer, Vancouver 
Meldrum J., wiper, Kamloops 
Middlelon George, tiller, Donald 

" John, watchman, Savona 
Miles J, (J., fitter, Kamloops 
Miller John, foreman, Harrinon 

" W. J., cliief truiii dospatcher, 
Cascade Division 
Mitchell F., mes.senger C.P.T., Vic- 
toria 
" J. H., brakeman, Kamloops 
" T., operator, Ashcroft 
Montgomery A. 11., wiper, Vancouver 
" James, foreman, Yale 
*' W., brakeman, Vancouver 



Moody J., blacksmith, Kamloops 
Moore F. G,, clerk, Vancouver 

" Thomas, operator, Ross Peake 
Morrison A. C, foreman, Westminster 

" W., laborer, Vancouver 
Morrow F., brakeman, Kamloops 

" G. L., car accountant, Vancouver 

" W., brakeman, Kamloops 

'' W., brakeman, Shusvvap Div 
M(jrse A,, engineer, Vancouver 
Moscrop fj., fireman, Vancouver 

" R., wiper, Vancouver 

■' W., titters helper, Vancouver 
Moss A. J., operator, VVostruinstor 

Junction 
Morton A., fireman, Vancouver 

" D., engineer, Vancouver 
Mowatt A., engineer, Vancouver 

" G. H., timukoeper, Revelstoko 

" R. B., lookafterman, Vancouver 
Muir D,, cond., 8huswap 

" S., pass con, Vancouver 
Mulhall J. J., chief clerk voucher dept 

Vancouver 
Mulvey J., watchman, Donald 
Munniett J*, laborer, Vancouver 
Munro A.,asst road master, Vancouver 

" P., foreman ft dept, Vancouver 
Murchison D,, brakeman, Vancouver 

" D., yardman, Vancouvnr 
Muryhy L., watch tnan, Cherry Cioek 
Muth W.F., agent C. P. T., Donald 
Nealor Jo.'scph, fireman, Vancouver 
Needham Thomas, wiper, J)()nald 
Neelands T. F., checker, Vancouver 
Nelson W., titter's helj^er, Vancouver 
Nero N,, labi>rer, Vaticouver 
Nesbit G., striker, Vaticouver 

" J., striker, Vancouver 
Nettler W. II., foreman, Ho|)e 

, Newhard C. C, tbrenian, Drynock 

Newmann George, foreman, Beavei ''fi''"f*'i J 

Mouth 'ino L., la 

Newman Win., roadtnixster, Donald |ittindri<rh 
Nicholson Win., foreman, Vancouver 
Nixon JI., yai-dinan, Douald 
Noble W. 11., clerk gen frt and pas 

dipt, Vancouver 



Nolan E 
No ! tnan 
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Ogilvie 1 
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Nolan Ed., {'nelmjiii, Ilofror'^i Pass 
Nniman T.,m*'ssirr. C.P.T., Victoria 
O'Brion M., bnikeiuan, Vancouver 

•' K., biakemaii, Knni loops 
Of^tr Andrew, foreman, Tranquilio 
Oicilvie F., brakemaii, Donald 
Olden berg Alex., chairman, Vancou- 
ver 
O'Learv M., teamster, Donald 
OiuH'd D., foreman, Cascade Division 
O'Xeil James, engineer, Vancouver 

'■ N., ofierator C.P.E., Vancouver 
Ostroni A., I'oreman, Vancouver 
Otto Matthew, titter, Donald 
Page Tlios., Idackamith, Lytton 
Pa<iOt J. P., clerk, Vancouver 
Painter H. J., accountant, Vancouver 
Palmer Geo., haggageman, Vancouver 

" John, car repairer, Donald 
Pandola A., ap])rentice, Kamloops 
Pare Edouard, laborer, Agassis 
Parker, A., painter, Vancouver 
•• F. W., clerk, Scatllo 
•' K. C, dispatcher, Donald 
L'arraiili P., car iiis])ectoi', Kamloop.s 
Pi.rrott Fred., laborer, Port ]\rootly 
I'ene A., car repairer. Kamloops 
Penzer A., brakemaii, Donald 
Vrcival J., night yardmastcr, Van- 
couver 

'errie T., watchmaii, S. Shed Xo. in 
'errigo J. B., foromaii, Kamloops 
'erry C. 0., clerk. Tacoma 
" J. C, clerk, New Westniiiislcr 
etcr.son P., filter, Donald 
hinister And., woodman, Xorlh Hend 
'hysick T., boilermaker, Vancouver 
'ickering Wm., clerk, Vancouver 
'icn Frank, tbrenian, Spuzznin 
man Boavei 'i^'man J., yardman, Nortli Bend 
' ''ino L,, laborer, Vancouver 

'ittindrigh A. 1)., messenger C.P.T., 
New Westminster 
oUott F.. foreman, Savonas 
'' J., foreman, riierry Creek 
ool K., carpenter, Vancouver 
awcr Ed., engineer, Vancouver 
J., cai'pcntcr, Kamloops 



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Powers Jas., boilermaker, Vancouver 
Powes E., apprentice, Vancouver 
" W., blacksmith, Vancouver 
Prontes .S. L., timekeeper, Vancouver 
Prentiss J. W., elk, New Westminster 
Pugh John, clerk, Vancouver 
" S. G., clerk, Vancouver 
Purdy J., car repairer. Vancouver 
Purvis C, brakenian, Vancouver 
Rabjohn L., tool dresser, Vancouver 
R.andall A., turner, Kamloops 
" A., engineer, Vancouver 
llathgobcr F., titter, Vancouver 
IJedley Wm., wiper, Donald 
i'eid ('hristopher, laborer, Vancouver 
" Chris., woodman, Vancouver 
'' F., car cleaner, Kevelstoke 
Kichardson C, brakemaii, Vancouver 
• C. car repairer, Vancouver 
" F. M., machinist, Vancouver 
" P. F., car repairer, Vancouver 
- W. A.. M.l)., Dmald 
Ridley J., watchman, Donald 
['iii..v'!de R. 11., storekeeper, Donald 
Rigliter 1'., engineer, Vancouver 
liigniall lionry, laborer, Hammond 
Riley ('. W., yardmaster, North Bend 
Roll!) W. A., .igent. Glacier 
Roherlson D., 'lerk, Vancouver 

•' P. M., clorfc, Vancouver 
Robinson P., walcliman. Vancouver 
U., baggageinasler Vai*iouver 
" \V. O., striker, Vaii.<;"uver 
Rogers \V., ojier (\ P. T., V.incouver 
Ross James, striker, l>oiiald 
•' Mike, laborer, Mission 
v., loreman. Ducks 
Router II., eniiineer pile driver. Cas- 
cade Division 
Rowe D., watchman, Ashcrof't 
" Owen, wiper, Vancouver 
iioy L. W,, baggageman, Vancouver 

" Peter, eaipeiiter, JAinald 
Salsbury W. F., local treas., Vancouver 
Sargent W., tbreman. lUeeillewaet 
Sauii(}r J. E., agent C. P. T., Kamloops 
Savrasey J. L., boiler inkr, Vancouver 
Schotield F. ,)., clerk, Vancouver 



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Scorcy Wi Ilium, laborer, Misnioii 
ScotL JX, car rcpairor, Vancouver 
" J. K., bajififiiijeinan, Vancouver 
" N., engineer, Vancouver 
" N. J., turner, Kamloo|»H 
" S., messenger, Donald 
Scouley K., brakeman, Vancouver 
(Serson J., bridge inspector, Donald 
Sharks James, laborer, Nicomen 
Shay S., watchman, Vancouver 
Sheath F., titter, Kainloops 
Sheohen L)., blacksmith, Vancouver 
Shclton G., car inspector, Vancouver 
Sholtz A. II., clerk, Vancouver 
Shook M. F., agent, Mission 
Sidgniore J. F., timekeeper, Kamloops 
Simons John, engineer, Vancouver 

" John, turner, J)()iiald 
Simmons W., car insp, IJoger's Pass 
Sinclair F. (1., baggaucnuui, Vancouver 
Skiffingt(»n G., titter, V'^ancouver 
Skinner Josepli, wiper, Jlovelstoke 
Sluvin W. F., agent. (J. F. T., Soda 

Creek 
Smart W., operator ('. F. T., Vancouver 
Smallj- II., machine hand, Vancouver 
Smith A., strikei', IJevclstoke 

C J., bliicksmilh, Vancouver 
E. F., clerk, Vancouver 
<re<)., baggageman, Aslicrof't 
" J., loreman, Jjear ("reek 
'• John, janitor, Vancouver 
" John, inehsengert '. I'.T., Victoriti 
" |j. N., cashier, Vancouvei- 
" R, brakeman, Kamloops 
Snider \V. A., brakeman, Kamloops 
Solloway A. E., lircnum, Nancouver 

" L. T., tiieman, Vancouver 
Somes l{ , lireman, Vancouver 
Somilson William, tireman, Van<!Ouver 
Spain C, car repairer, Vancouver 
Sparrow J. J,, i-ngiiicer, Vancouvei' 
Spragile \V. '!',, conductor, Kandooj)s 
" W. T.. I'reight conductor. Kam 
loops 
Sproule ('. ('., storekeeper, Donald 
Stapleton C, painter, Vancouver 






Starrett D., brakeman, Vancouver 
Stearman 1)., operator, lioger'n Pass 
Steele W. B., fitter, Vancouver 
Stephens J. W., operator, North Bend 
Sterling I)., agent, Yale 
Stevens A. E., dispatcher. Cascade 
Division 

" D. T., timekeeper, Vancouver 
Stevenson W.,tel. repairer, Kamloops 
Slitt John, wiper, Rovelstoko 
St. Laurent J., car inspector, Kamloops 
Stone C I']., operator C. P. 1'., Vancou- 
ver 

'' James, agent C. P. T., Barker- 
villo 
Stuart J. I)., clork, Vancouver 
Stevvurt F. A., rodman, Vancouver 

" F. W., clerk Vancouver 

" J., brakeman, Vancouver 

" M. F., checker, Kamloops 
Suckling A C, clerk, Vancouver 
Sullivan Charles, laborer, Yale 

" M., cook, Vancouver 

" William, foreman, Black Canyon 
Sumuierby T. (J., engineer, Vancouver 
Sutherland W. ('.,con<luctor, Kandoops 
Sweeny J., brakeman, Kandoops 
.>ween(^y T., wi|>er, Kandoops 

•' Thomas, fireman, Vancouver 
Taylor J). Ti., agent, Spcnce's Bridge 
F., clerk, V^ancouver 

" <)., machinist, Vancouver 
Temple <!. 11. , (itler, Vancouver 
Thatcher II , turner, Kamloops 

'' Jlenry, paiidei', Vancouver 
Thornton J., blacksmith, Vancouver 
'i'ibb John, carpenlt'r, llevelstoko 
Tibbetles VV., brakeman, Vancouver 

" VV., yai'dman, Vancouver 
Tilton F., wiper, Kamlooj)s 
Tolly ']',, laborei-, Vancouver 
Towidy J. D., asst. to gen. suporinten- 
<lent, Vancouver 

" R., asst. ticket agt.Vancouver 
Tremble K., car shops, Vancouver 
Trembley J,, foreman, llari'ison 
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Tricknoy J. I)., aooiit, Lylton 
Trodoii .1., passcii/^or ('(uidiulor, Van- 

(!ouvor 
Tunsdidl S., M.D., Kamloi.jw 
Tiirnoi- R., checker, Vancouver 
ruriiroHO. A., f'oronKiii, Uosh I'eak 
rwiu;/^ T., litloi-, Kainloops 
ryreil C, imrsc, Donald 
Ulvin II , foveinan, (■laifj^ellachio 
Union W. .!,. conductor, Shuswap 

Division 
lJr(|uharl II., foreman, Donald 
Van Antwerp W. P., eiiifineer, V^an- 

couvor 
Volland A., watchman, Spuzzum 
Vyo Ali'red, (ittor, Donald 
Wake B. IT., a.i,n-nt C. P. T., Voldes 
AValkcm 11. B., asst. oMifiiieer, Van- 
couver 
Walker A. K., fireman, Vancouver 
" William, ai>ent ('. 1*. 'P., Brtdire 
Creek 
Wallace .lainc.s K., washer, Donald 
Walsh D. M., I)a^;i;ai;enian, V^aiiconver 
" ,1. (.)., lii'etnaii, Vancouver 
" .1. ()., turner, Kainlooj)s 
" J. ()., en<;ineer, Vancouver 
Ward .1. II., cleric, Vancouver 
'• ,1. W., hai^n'ai^einan, Victoria 
" John, hay:,i;"ai;oinMii, Vancouver 
Waterous l"\, switchman, Kaml()0|»s 
Walmorc 15.. asst road master, Ucvel- 

stokc 
Watson William. Coreman, Kamloops 
Wehh K M.. clerk, Vatuouver 
Wohstor W. .h, condu(^tor, Kamloops 



Wldio .). ir., UhHt onfifinoer, Vancouver 
" .loscph, loilermakor, Vancouver 
Whitlaker .lames, caroilcr, llevelstoke 
Whytc 8., en<.;ineer, Vancouver 
" S., turner, J?cvolstoko 
" T., wijier, Vancouver 
W^ilcock Vj. II.. timekeeper, Vancouver 
Wili^ress T. T., paymaster, Vancouver 
Williams A E,, turner, AlhertOanyoii 
" I)., ojorator C. P. T., Victoria 
" I!. D , operator, Ro!;'er's Pass 
" W. ,1., hrak'eman, Kamloops 
Willis I)., ilircmai., Crai/L^ellachie 
Wilson C, linsmitli, Kamloops 
'• Kdward, lahoror, Hammond 
" U. A., local mi;r. (!. P. T., New 

Weslminstor 
" .1., supt. C. P. T., Vancouver 
" .1. T., clerk, Vancouver 
Winijf ('has., cook, Vancouver 
Winsla.v (Jeorije, hrakoman, Vancou- 
ver 
Wintei W. li., operator C. P. T., Van- 
couver 
Wooil House Alfred, titter, Donald 
Woods W., han'^ageman, Vancouver 
Woodward (i.' (\\ operator C. P. T., 

V.iiicouver 
Wright .1., cond, Shuswap Division 
" .lohn. woodn)an, North Bend 
li. II.. stationery ch-rk, Vancou- 
ver 
Viik W. .M., o])(>rator, ('lariwilliam 
Vonni; W. B., local m^n. 0. I*. T., 

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NIANUFACTURERS INSyRANCE S^OMPANIES 

THE MAISIUFACTUKERS" 

Life and Accident 

Insurance Companies. 

COMBINED CAPIIWF- AM) OTIII'-R ASSICTS, 

OYER - $3,000,000. 




SIR JOHN A. MACDONALD, 

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Head Of5icc8 : Toronto, Ont. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

George GooDERli AM, President Uaiik of Toronto, \sf ViccPrcsiJcnt. 
Wm. liKLL, (Jryan Maimracturcr, (lucli)h, ziuf V'uc-Prcsidcnt. 
DIRECTORS. 



T. <1. 1$I,A('KST(>('K. liiinistcr, Huliciloi', 'I'diomn. 

FUKI>. NlclHiLl.s, Nlcliills\- Hiiwliiinl,:iiul Scc'v 
C'anadiiui MaiiiitiictiiiiM's' .\^<s■|l. 

II. Wai.MJH. Capitalist, Tdriinli) 

A. F. (lAl.T, \Vli(ilc!<nl(i Mcrrliant, M.iiilifal. 

Samukl May, Maimfaitiiror. 'roiniitn. 

K. L. I'ATTKUsoN, Millar X: Uiclianls, Wliolosali- 
Typo I'Viuiiiliy, 'I'oidiiIm. 

KoUKltT <,'UKAN, 'Ontario Straw Woiks, I'orinit.o. 

E. .1. liKNNov, Aii'liitect , 'I'dioiitd. 

,J. I*. <;i, AUK, Capitalist, 'I'dnniti). 

S. F. McKlNNON, \Vlu)l('siili! Mcrcliaiit and Direc- 
tor 'I'liutcis' Hank, 'I'lnontd. 



Al,i:\. AlAXMNC, Tri's. TradiMs" P.ank, Toronto, 
.1. A. (H iMi:i\ lion. .SpoaUi r IIoiis(M>f Coinnioiis, 

Montreal 
\V. II. ,sriiiii:\, Mamiraoturor, nod Pros. Canadian 

Mannlactnrcrs' A.ss'n., .Vctun. 
-lA.MKs .Mil. IS, I'rcs. .Var'l. ColU'(j;r', (liwlph. 
I;. It. 1\1<'I,i;n.\ax, Ify (■(inirarldr, .Alexandria. 
.1, I!. .\i!.^isriii>N(i, <;!uriau;n ,Manfr..(!iielpli. 
IJdiii.Ki' .Xiii'iiKi!. Vire-l'risidcnt Itoaiil of 'J'rade, 

Montreal, 
(;. 1). Waiikkn, Wliiilosale (irdcer, Toronto. 
A. (J. McllKA.N, Uriin Mereliant, Montreal. 



MANAGING DIRECTOR, - JOHN F. ELLIS. 
A. H.(iIl,]}l':RT, W. H. IlOl.l.AXI). 

Gen. Sii[)t. Life l)ej)artinent. Gen. Sii])i. .Vcciilenl 1 )e]iaitnieut. 

Head Office for Manitoba, Norl:h-West and British Columbia, 
McINTYRE BLOCK, Main Streot, WINNIPEG, MAN. 

_ "F*. O. box: G95- 
WM. SCOTT» M;ina.i£i-^ l',. J. STEl':i,E, Gashior. 

GENERAL AGENTS. 

MANITOB.V NOirni-WKSI 

W. James Scott, ^Vinnipcg. 
F. McDonald, Portage la 

Prairie. 
W. H. Hannam, Brandon. 
M. Turriff, Rapid Gily. 



]'. Eainont, Regina. 

R. J. <)gl"'ni.l(. , 

G. Muidoch, j *-^l«^^'y' 

G. Hannam, Banff. 



Agents Wanted in unrepresented Districts. 



mtlllSH COIAI.MIilA. 

G. A. Warren, Golden. 
J. S. i'ennet, Kaniloops. 
M. (. Morrison, Mi* ola. 
.S. 'I'. Mackintosh, New 

Westminster, 
\\. H. King, \ancouver. 
Richardson tS: Ghurcli, 

Victoria. 



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Crab Tret 
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Cyprus, fr 
Davie, fro 
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Drake, fro 



INDEX TO STREETS. 



NoTB. — n. r. stands fnr no rt^idtnls. 



PA(JK 

Abbott, from Rurrnrd Inlet to Pender 225 

Alberni, from Hiirrard to Stanley Park 22fj 

Alder, fiom Fali-e Creek to Ninth av n.r 

Alexander, from Carroll to Ilawkea av 22") 

Arbutus, from First av to Ninth av. False 

Creek n.r. 

Harelfly, from IJurrard to Stanley Park 22H 

H:irnnrd, from False Creek to lioiindary av 228 
Hay View, from Flawkcs av to IJoundary av n ;•, 
Bench av, from Hnrrard to Stanley Park.... 228 

Ueatty, from Pender to Kobson 228 

Iiidwell, from Coal Harbour to English Bay n.r. 

Birch, from False Creek to "i'mxh av n r. 

Boundary av, frnm Lime Work:?, Burrard 

Inlet to False Creek n.r. 

Broughton, from Burrard Inlet to English 

Bay n.r. 

Brunswick, from Mount Pleasant to Fitth 

av South 229 

Burrard, from Burrard Itilet to English Buy 229 

Burnaby, from Burrard to Beach av n.r. 

Bute, from Burrard Inlet to Enplish Bay n.r. 

Canibie, from Burrard Inlet toSmilhe 229 

Campbell av, from Powell lo Bay View 231 

Uardaro, from Burrard Inlet to English Buy. n.r. 

Carl av, from Railway to Grove av 2:tl 

Carroll, from Burrard Inlet to False '.'reek. 231 
Cedar, from First to Ninth av, False Creek n.r. 
Centre, from Granville st bridge to Ninth 

av, False Creek »./•. 

Chilco, from Coal Harbour to English Bay. n.r. 

(,'olumbia, from Alexander to Dupont 234 

Columbia, Mount Pleasant,froin FalseCreek 

to Ninthav 23.T 

Coraox, from Burrard to Stanley Park 234 

Cordova, from Carroll to foot of Howe i34 

Crab Tree lane, from foot Baymur av to 

Boundary av n.r. 

Cyprus, from First to Ninth av. False Creek n.r- 

Duvie. from Homer to Denmay 2»0 

Denman, from Coal Harbour to English Bay n.r. 
Drake, from Homer to Burrard 240 



PAOB 

Dufferin, Mount Pleasant, from Reserve to 

Prince Edward 241 

Dunlevy av, from Hastings Saw mill to 

Prior 24t 

Du])ont, from Carroll to Westminster av... 242 

Dunsncuir, from Beatty to Burrard 243 

Eighth av, fromVine to Prince Edward, Mt. 

Pleasant 243 

Eleventh av, from Vine to Prince Edward.. 2J3 

Eveleigh, front Burrard to Tliurlow 243 

Fifth av, from Vine to Brunswick, Mount 

Pleasant 244 

Fir, from First to Ninth av. Fulse Creek... n.r. 

First, from Vine to False Creek n.r. 

Fourth, from Vine to False Creek n.r. 

Front, .Mt. Pleasant, from Leamy & Kyle's 

mill to Prince Edward 244 

Georgia, from Beatty to Coal Harbour 244 

Gilford, from Coal Harbour to English Bay n >■. 

Gore av, from Burrard Inlet to Prior 245 

Granville, from Cordova to False Creek 

Bridge , 24t; 

Grove av, across Grove Crescent, foot of 

Carl av n.r. 

Grove Crescent, from foot of Jackson av to 

foot Heatley av n.r. 

Hamilton, from Hastings W to Hmithe 248 

Haro, from Burrard to Coal Harbour 249 

Harris, from False Creek to Boundary av... 249 

Harwood, from Burrard to Bidwell n.r. 

Hastings East, from Carroll to Bound.iry av 252 

Hastings West, from Carroll to Burrard 249 

Hawkes av, from Alexander n.r. 

Heather, from False Creek to Ninth av n.r. 

Heatley av, from Burrard Inlet to Prior 254 

Helmcken, from Homer to Burrard n.r. 

Hemlock, from False Creek to Ninth av n.r. 

Homer, from Ci>rdova to Drake 254 

Hornby, from Hastings West to Pacific av. 255 

Howe, from Cordova to Pacific av 25tJ 

Jackson Av, from Railway st to Prior 257 

Jervis, frona Burrard Inlet to English Bay... 257 



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Lansdownp av, Mount Pleasaat, from Duf' 

ferin to Scotia 258 

Laurel, from False Creek to Ninth av n.r. 

Lome, Mounc Pleasant, from Dufferin to 

Westminster av n.r. 

Manitoba, Mount Pleasant, from False 

Greek to Ninth av n-r. 

Maple, from First to Ninth av. False Cteek n.r. 

Melville, from Burrard to Jervis 258 

Nelson, from Homer to Stanley Park 2f8 

Nicola, from Burrard Inlet to English Bay. 259 
Ninth av, from Vine to Prince Edward, 

Mount Pleasant 259 

Oak, from False Creek to Ninth av n.r. 

Ontario, Mount Pleasant' from False Creek 

to Ninth av 259 

o^,)enheimer, from Carroll to Boundary av 259 

Pacific, from Richards to Beach av 261 

Park Av, from Prior to Westminster av 26i 

Pender, from Abbott to Nicola 261 

Pendrell, from Burrard to Stanley Park 263 

Pine, from First to Ninth av. False Creek... n.r. 
Point, from False Creek to Boundary av... n.r. 

Powell, from Carroll to Boundary av 263 

Prince Edward, Mount Plesant, from False 

Creek to Ninth av n.r. 

Princess, from Westminster av to Boundary 2C5 
Prior, from False Creek to Campbell av ... 266 
Quebec, Mount Pleasant, from False Creek 

to Ninth av 266 



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Railway St, from Gore av. to Carl av.~..,. n.r, 
Raymur av, from Powell to Crab Tree 

Lane 267 

Richards, from Cordova to Pacific av 267 

Robson, from Boatty to Coal Harbour 268 

Seaton, from Burrard to Jervis 269 

Second, from Vine to False Creek n.r. 

Seventh av, from Vine to Prince Edward, 

Blount Pleasant 269 

Seymour, from Cordova to Pacific av 269 

Scotia, Mount Pleasant, from False Creek 

to Ninth av n.r. 

Sixth av., from Vine to Prince Edward, 

Mount Pleasant 271 

Smitbe, from Gamble to Burrard n.r. 

Spruce, from False Greek to Ninth av n.r. 

Tenth av, from Vine to Prince Edward 271 

Third, from Vine to False Creek- 

Thirteenth av, from Prince Edward to Vine 272 
Thurlow, from Burrard Inlet to False Creek n.r 
Trounce Alley, from Carroll to Gnmbie.....*272 
Twelfth av., from Vine to Prince Edward. 272 
Vine, from First to Ninth av. False Creek, n.r. 
Water, from C.'trroU to Cordova cor Rich- 
ards 272 

Westminster av, from Alexander across 

False Creek 274 

Westminster road, continuation of West- 
minster av South 276 

Willow, from False Creek to Ninth av n.r 

Yew, from First to Ninth av, False Creek., n.r 



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iritish Columbia Gazetteer and Directory 



THE H ENDERSON D IRECTORY QO^ 

PUBLISHERS - - - VICTORIA. 



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Edward, 

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Ise Creek n.r 
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STREET DIRECTORY. 



THE STREET DIRECTORY is presented in a condensed form and is 
intended to show the exact location of each house with its occupants, 
and in places of business who compose the firm and the employes. 

Fuller information wiU be found in the ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 

A * befoi e a name indicates a seperate house without a number, m hen there 
is a * and a numbei, that thv^'e is no number on the house. 



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WEST SIDB. 



* Freight Slied, Evans, Coleman & Evans 

* Linton A., boat iioiise 

Shaw Robort Gnorgp, bnaf builder 
Dunn (icorge, boat builder 
Jones Clinrles, apprentice 

Railway track interxecti, 

* Harvey M. A , livery stable 
Harvey William, mnnager 
O'Bripn .lolin, stableman 
Gilbert Frank, stableman 
Prewer Josiali, stableman 



Water intersects. 



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Pullman Saloon 

Pullman Restaurant, Thos:. Berry, prop. 

Pullman Saloon Rooms 

Johnson & Lucas, barber shop 

Johnson George \V. 

Lucas Charles A. 
9 Straube Val., '"radical gunsmith 
11 Taylor John Arthur, boots and shoes 

Stephens James Archibald, shoemaker 
15 Philp Bros., gioceries 

Philp Edgar Ernest 



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Philp Soraerville Charles 
17 Levi Kiirl, second hand goods 
19 Union Hotel, Peter Lawson, prop. 

(V.ar Frank, bartender 

Rose Mrs. .M.S., prop. bdg. dept.Union Hotel 

Parkfr William, carpenter 

Gordon B., carpenter 

(rordon John 

Shepard — 

Butler Harry, longshoreman 

Ross Malcolm, longshoreman 

Dickie George, driver 

Cunningham Michael, carpenter 

JIcKinnon Joseph, carpenter 

Anderson John, longshoreman 

McNeil William Firth, clerk 
23 Rose Mark S., stoves 

Roberts William, plumber 
25 Abbott Street shaving parlor and baths 

Scurry H. T., manager 

Scurry Elijah, barber 

Scurry Charles, barber 

Davis L. D. barber 
27 Camvbell k Martin, bakers 

Campbell Donald J. 

Martin Peter 

McFarlane Edward, baker 

Barnas Fred., baker 
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103 Wilson Block 

Boom 1 Seatii — , architect 

2 & 3 Boiilibee John, harriater 
Grunt Edward, clerk 
Jordan Geo. A., advocate 
" 4, 5 & 6 McGiiiffan & Langis, physicians 
and surgeons 
McGiiigan William Joseph, M. D., CM. 
Langis Henry Evariste, M.D. 
Wilson Hall 
•' 7 & 8 Murcheson Miss Kate, dressmaker 
Manners Miss Libbv, dn-ssniaker 
Wise Miss Emma, dressmaker 
Ross Miss A., dressmaker 
" 11 Terminal City BuiMiug Society, Wm. 
M Knox, president 
Dunn Thos. T., vice-president 
Geary George, secretary 
Gordan George 11., treasurer 
«' 9 O'Tool J. M., ofO'Tool & Uali.h 
" 12 Jordan George A., lawyer 
St Andr' w's Society 
♦^British Columbia Book Store, William 
Harrison, prop. 
107 Thomson Bros., printers 

Hastings intersects. 

207 Veysey Charles Claude 

Veysey Alis8 Mable 

Creelman Duncan, wood worker 
209 Faulkner Peter, carpeuier 

Kier Cathal, tailor 

Hill John, teamster 
211 Preastland Charles, moulder 
2i3 Pease McGow.in 

Pease .Mrs. Bell, boarding house 

Carter AU)ert, contractor 

Carter Samuel, bricklayer 

Patrick Harrv, bricklayer 

St. Clair J. Douglas, blacksmith. 

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EAST SIDE. 

City Wharf 

Evans, Coleman & Evans, com. merohants 

Evans Ernest E. 

Coleman George 

Evans Percy \V. 

Marchrtut Geo., capt. steam tug " Tepic" 

Edmonds Henry V., real estate 

Salvation Array Hall,— Ham, capt. 



Water intersects. 

4 Jubilee Saloon 

6 Melvui John Geo,, p.-actical watchmaker 

Tyson James, tailor 
8 Vacant 

10 Zeinmir Prof. L., herbalist 
Carver Ftunk, clerk 



12 Pioneer Steam Cleaning & Dyeing Works 
Rougier k Hay, props. 

Rougier James G. 

Hay George 
14 Jubilee Restaurant, R. D. Farmer, prop. 

Ryan Miss May, waitress 

* Alc.izar Saloon 

Farrow James L., bartender 

Clements captain William, shipping and 

insurance agent 
San Franiiisco Union Marine Insurance Co, 

* Cos aopolitan Hotel Rooms 

Turner Mrs. Lizzie, wid., chambermaid 

* Vane. Loan oliice 
Robin & Silvermim 
Robin Tawel 
Silverman K, 

26 Addison Charles, shoemaker 

Cordova intersects. 

102 Doupall House, Dougall & Jackman, props. 

Dougall John, jr. 

Jackman T. J. 

Blackburn W. J., mgr. 

McGinnis J., night clerk 

Murphy James, b.irteuder 
108 Vacant 

Hastings intersects. 

ALBERNI, from Bunard to Stanley 
Park 

Thiirlow intcTKects. 
Bute intersects. 
Jervis intersects. 

• Vacant 

• Bolton (yharles McNeil, D. S. consul 

• Strutt Charle.^ Heury, dry goods 

Jirouffhtoii intersects, 

Nicol'i inli-rsects. 
Cardero inwisects. 
liidwell inti'rs.'its. 
Denman intersects. 

Gilford intersects. 

Cliilco internee's. 

ALEXANDER, from Carroll to 
Hawkes av. 

1 McAllister John, carriage paint shop 
Marshall Robert John, carriage painter 

5 Milross W. T., house painter 

8 Scuitto John 

10 McAllister John, blacksmith shop 
14 Europe Hotel 



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20 Vacant saloon 

22 Hiable 

28 Vacant 

3G Wing Lee, laundry 

Columbia begins. 
108 Taylor John, engineer and machinist 
110 Taylor John 
118 Vancouver Wafer Works Co. 

Ir'fling Uapt. Jno., president 

McFarland Joseph Walter, secy treaa. 

Keeft-r George A., chief engineer 

Nicksou John J., superintendant 

Boultbee Frank W., clerk 

Franklin Harry. clL'rk 

Ktetier Hugh Forbes, general contractor 
120 Reefers Hall, Knights of Pythias 
122 Cordon Edward, laborer 

Ross Freilcrick, machinist 

Williams John, laborer 

Clark George, laborer 

Fox James, laborer 
136 Gibson George, laborer 

Payne George 

Soaraes George, laborer 

Andrews Thomas, laborer 
138 Livingstone Edward, laborer 
140 Harris William, laborer 
142 Robertson Gilbert 
150 Vacant 

Westminster ao begins. 

204 Wallace Robert, carpenter 
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208 Tam Mark, carpenter 
210 Mills Frederick VVill'am, carpenter 
Rennison Arthur William, clerk 



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308 
310 
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320 



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Alexander Richard IL 
Alexander Fred. 
Alexander .Miss 
Hay Chaa. 

Bell Irving Duncan, M.D. 
Bell Irving Henry 
Slater t'harles Richard 
Slater Miss Elizabeth 
Vacant 



Dunlevy av, intersects, 
*420 Cowdroy William, bookkeeper 
*430 Dales Thomas Johu, carpenter 

McDonald Mnrdock 

Dales Miss Florence 
450 Stewart Alexander, moulder 

Hollander Samuel, machinist 

Stewart George 
490 Johnston Arthur Q. 

Tyson A. M. 

Johnston Miss Helen 

Jackson av, intersects. 



itO'l Henderson J. B. 
510 McAllister John 

McAllister .Mhs .Annie 

Mnrshall Robert J. 
512 Stew irt John M^ilcolm 
*51t) Smith Alfred Alihorpe 
5:!0 Gavin John, c<mdiicior C.P.R. 

O'Uooke Miss Annie 
522 White John R., carpenter 
524 New House 
52i) Lawson John P , city engineer 

Zwicher Miss Carrie 

Carl av. begins. 

612 McKelvie John 
616 Muir Andrew C. 

Ileathj av. begins. 

Townsend Henry D., night watchman 
Connacher Robert, coutractor 

• Soiile William George 

• Bildie Marcus, fur buyer 
Whittier John A., miner 

• Vancouver City Foundry and Machine 

Works Co. (Ld.) 
Cooke R. P., president 
McKelvie Alexander, n. h manager 
Baker Fred., secy. 
McKelvie John, foreman 
McKelvie Alex., sen., storekeeper 
Mitchell Samuel, carpenter 
Henning William, carpenter 
Ross Jonn, patternmaker 
Bennett Henry, machinist 
Heollander Samuel, machinist 
Mc Parlane J. C., machinist 
.Morrissette John, machinist 
Barclay John, machinist 
McFarlane Charles, machinist 
Mathtews John, machinist 
Rushton John, machinist 
Hale George, apprentice 
Allen Thomas, apprentice 
Diihig Fred., apprentice 
Mannion D., apiirentice 
Edwards Richard, blacksmith 
Walker CIihs. Y., blacksmith 
Campbell N., blacksmith 
Wensley W., blacksmith 
Ra.^ J., blacksmith's helper 
Claytim T. F., blacksmith's helper 
Beck with Charles, Kreman 
Stewart Alexander, foreman moulder 
Pollock Robert, moulder 
Orr Hugh, moulder 
Bragg William, moulder 
Stewart James, moulder 
W'ilkes George, moulder 
Smith James, moulder 
Freel James, moulder 
Combes Fred., apprentice 
Campbell H., apprentice 



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Kosenburg Alired, cupola man 

Duguid John, helper 

Extrtnce Henry, helper 

Young William, helper 

McVVHde J., helper 

Freeman Gi'orge, helper 

Fnirbairn \Villinm, foreman boilermaker 

Greenwood George, boilermaker 

ilnrris Mat., boilermaker 

Weiss John, boilermnker 

Fraser Arthur, boilermaker 

Tunibull Thomas, boilermaker 

Dens J. 

Cotsford J. 

Zink Jacob, heljjer 

Dunn B. F., helper 

May G. F., helper 

Emerson Edward, helper 

McLean S., helper 

Townsend Henry, watchman 

Ilaiji'S av begins. 

BAIiCLAY, from Buirard to Stanlej' 
Park 

* West End School House 

* Stitt John Ronald 

* Cornish — , contractor 
Cooper — , contractor 
Williams — , architect 

* Vacant, new house 

Thurlow intersects, 

* Smith Thomas L., carpenter 

* AIcKenzie James Frank, contractor 

* Hartney James, coi/tractor 

* New house 

* Campion Joseph Wellington, Japanese store 
Burrell Hurry, law student 

* Creighton William Douglas, of Creighton 

Fraser & Co. 

Bute intersects. 

Jerris inter-iectn. 

Broughton inlcrnects. 

Aicola intersects. 

Cardero intersects. 

Bdiwell intersects. 

Denman intersects. 

Gilford intersects, 

Chilro intersects. 

BABNARD,from I'also Creek to Boun- 
dary av. 

Rpuflerson & Coutlis wharf 
McCormick William, team.->ter 
105 McLean William, carpenter 
McLean Miss Gene, dressmaker 



Bell Joseph, teamster 

Jones William, laborer 

Duncan Harvey, laborer 
107 Smith Jamieson, teamster 

Atkins — , teamster 
112 Gillis John Alfred, contractor 

Gillis Albert, printer 

Weiitminster av intersects. 

* Hodgson Arthur, painter 
210 Vacant 

212 Vacant 
214 Vacant 
216 Cuwker Samuel, teaming 

Cawker Thomas, teamster 

Cawker Charles, teamster 
22? Howey William, teamster 

. Howey Frederick R., clerk 
224 Magladey John Sumuel, sawyer 
2U2 Brawne Frank Henry, painter 

* Franklin Joseph Lamh, carpenter 
Baynes Edwaid, carpenter 
Franklin Harry Jiimes 

* Alcoek Thomas Henry, master mariner 
Alcoc'k John 

Alcoek Alai.k 

BEACH AY, fVom Biirrard to Stanley 
Park. 

Tliurlow intersects, 

* Johnson Lacej- Robert, master mechanic 

C.P.R 
Reid Miss Mary 

Bute intersects, 

Jervis intersects. 

Brou'ihlon intersects. 

Nicola intersects. 

Cardero intersects, 

Bidwell intersects, 

Denmi'u intersects. 

(jil/ord intersectK, 

Chilco intersects. 

BEATTY, from Ponder to Robson. 

307 McRae Dan. A., teamster 

MeCrimmon Archibald,carpenter 

McRae Ale!:ader. teamster 

McRae John Aiex , blacksmith 
4 McDonald Alex. Duncan, carpenter 
3 McFee James, lineman 

McFee John, tel. lineman 
2 Vacant 

I Hessin Alexander 
309 McMillan John Hugh, grocer 

McMillan Miss Bella 

McMillan Alexander, clerk 

McMillan Miss Emily 



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* Small Robert, laborer 


Smith eni. 


Smnll Alexander, laborer 


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Small David, laborer 


Barclay t)egins. 


Dunsmuir intersects. 


Nelson intersects. 


Georgia intersects. 


Comoz begins. 


Rohson begins. 


Pendrill hegim. 




Davie intersects. 


BRUNSWICK, from 5th avo, South 


Jlelmcken ends. 


bth ave intersects. 


Burnahy begins. 


• Keefer Jolin Gilbert, bookkeeper 


Drake ends. 


KeeferHugh Oliver 




Keefer John Mole, bookkeeper 


Ilancoinl begins. 


Qth ave intersects. 


* TIte Samuel, coofter 


1th five intersects. 


Tife John Reynold, asst. druggist 
Tite Miss Sarah Cooper 


Hth ave intersects. 






Pacific intersects. 


BURRARD, from Burrui-d Inlet to 


* Furniture Factory, new building 


English Bay 


Beach ave. 


• Rowing Club Boat House 


CAMBIE from Burrard Inlet to Smith, 


Snaton begins. 


WEST SIDE. 


Peuiler intersects. 




Eveleigh beijins. 


Moodyville Saw Mill Co.'s Lumber yard 
Matheson Male Iro, agent 


Ihinsmiiir ends. 


McDonald Wm., yardman 


Mdville begins. 






Water intersects. 


* Miller Jonathan, post master 




* Ponsford Harold, of Puge, Ponsford & Co. 


9 Masonic block 


Dyki'r Miss Mary 


11 Wilson k Blakie, harnessmaker 


* Nichols Francis Victor, manager Electric 


Wilson David 


Lij;ht Station 


Blakie Walter 


Nicholls Hellen, wid Thomas Francis 


Cordovn intersects. 


* McLaren rev. Ebenezer Duncan, pastor 
St Andrew's Church 


103 Graveley Walter E., real estate 


* Christ Church, English 


105 Robertson Archibald, M.D. 
Macdonald — , M. D., C. M. 


Georgia intersects. 


Burdis k Allan, com and financial agents 


Alberni begins. 


B'irdis William David 




Allan R. E. 


* "Rfvi vacant house 


107 Anders in R. A.. & Co., real estate agents 


* New vacant house 


Anderson Robert Alexander 


* Gravely Walter E., real estate 


Robinson James W. 


* BarkerErnest E , real estate 


North American Life Assurance Company 


Anderson Miss Jane Ann 


Manufacturers Life and Accident Co, 


* Carleton Frederick William, agent C. P. 


British Columbia Fire Insurance Co. 


Navigation Co. 


109 Beckingsale Daniel Loftus, M. D., C. M. 


Hott'meister Miss Kate 


Painton F. J. 


Rohson intersects. 


m Smith John Allen, real estate 




115 New Raymond sewing machine 


* Dunn John, builder 


Teelzel Charles W., agent 


* Vacant hoiisu 


119 Daily and Weekly News Advertiser 


Baro begins. 


Cotton F. C, managing editor 


Gosnell R, E., city editor 


* West Eud school 


Wilson J. C, reporter 


McGarrigle T. A., principal 


Page J., accountant 


Jamieson Mias E. A., teacher 


Keen W. S., mail clerk 


Rutherford Miss B. M,, teacher 


Smith Neville, collector 


Harding Miss M. L., teacher 


Wickham L. P , collector 



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Roedde Geo. A., binder 
SSpinks Thos., foreman 
Jamieson D., compositor 
Clark John, compositor 
Dodds H., compositor 
Crick liart., compositor 
Stewart Chas., compositor 
Little J., compositor 
Powell John, job printer 
Calhoun W. A., job printer 
Spatf'ord W., job printer 
Wilson W. M., job printer 
Pounds Geo., pressman 
Payne W., pressman 
Mallindine Fred., ruler 

BAST SIDK. 

Bontliouse, Hayden & Walker, props. 

H;;yden Hamilton H. 

Walker John F. 
f Port Moody saw mill, Vancouver branch, 
John B. Tiffin, manager 

McLean Murdock C, bookkeeper 

Black Arthur, clerk 
■ New Building 
'■ Side Entrance San Francisco Hotel 



Water intersects. 

* Cabinet Hotel 

8 Oriental Hotel Rooms 

* Stanley I'ark Stables, Queen Bros., props. 
Queen Charles 

Queen Elsworth 

Stecves Willard, stableman 

* New Block 

Cordova intersects. 

106 Quinn William James, merchant tailor 

Morency E. A., tailor 

Stewart George, tailor 
108 Davis & Ta."lor, sign painters 

Davis Joseph 

Taylor William S. 

Brown Charles Alexander, painter 

Lang James, bookkeeper 
112 Stoddart Bros., watchmakers 

Stoddart William James 

Stoddard R. V. 
1 14 Beattie A. M., agent 
116 Garden, Hermon * Burwell, civil engineers 
Dominion & P. Land surveyors 

Garden James Ford 

Hermon Ernest B. 

Burwell Herbert Mahon 

Lewis Herbert Bradney 

Dawson George Herbert 

Hastings interseeti. 

206 Brown William, real estate 
Brown Arthur, compositor 



Hastings in'ersects, 

BOTH SIDE. 

* Turnbull & Co,, contractors 
TurnbuU William 

Gray Thomas William 
Dixon Joseph, foreman 

Pender intersects, 

310 Collins Jacob Myers, driver 
Robinson Robert, carpenter 
Hicks David, carpenter 

* Central School 

Law Robert, j)rincipal 

Hartney Miss Margaret, teacher 
u40 Dinsmore Abraham, cooper 

Dinsmoie Thomas Wesley 

Dinsmore Miss Martha Jane 

Dinsmore Miss Elizabeth 

Dinsmore Mi^'8 Rebecca 
344 Duncan Alex. B., cabinetmaker 
346 Atkinson Peter, miller 

Atkinson George V., cigarmaker 

Atkinson Peter, jun., car sealer C.P.R. 

Atkinson Chaudiere, cigarmaker 

Dunsmuir intersects. 

415 Webster Capt. William 

Quick 

Davis Jos , painter 
417 Dunn Henry Knight 
427 Vacant 

431 Griffiths Albert Francis 
433 Law Duvid, carpenter 

Georgia intersects. 

* Hart P. W. 

* Hart Miss Anna M., boarding house 
Lapointe W., teaming 
Walker—, carpenter 

Ward — , carpenter 
McDonald — , stonecutter 
Gorion — , private school 
Hart Miss Ellen 

* Johnson George F , cp.i-penter 
Sutherland — 

Mullens — 
Oakler — 
Brown William 

* Brown — 

* Jarrett Stephen Nicholson, carpenter 

* Spink Thomas Alex., foreman N. Adv. 
Clark John, printer 

* Fleming Robert J., carpenter 

Robson intersects. 

* Fisher — , carpenter 

* Turner William, machine hand 

* New house 

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Cassady Geo., & Co., sash and door factory 

Oaasady George 

Leamy James 

Kyle iSeor^e P. 

Benaon J. Stntford, bookkeeper 

Johnson Jnlin, .salesman 

Johnston George, tbreiuan 

Jarri'ttS. N., curpent'.-r 

Wilson — , cc.ll''ctor 

Pollis Gportje E., cirpenter 

Turner W., band sawyer 

Francojur L. 1'., wood carver 

Lapointc Uharlos, wood turner 

Gaiivreau Archibald, frliizier 

Carmiciiael P. P., shingle sawyer 

Smith Thomas H., engineer 

Itobens George, factory hand 

Cleveland J. P., wood tinner 

Watson James, cari^enter 

Muscrop T , night watchman 

McHaruy James, yardman 

Forrester Allan, carpenter 

Miiyne Thomas, carpenter 

T(un JIarl<, carpenter 

ScDtt Tlioma.s, carpenter 

Brown William, carpenter 

Kerr James, carpenier 

.Murray Patrick, saahmaker 

OakI y N. L., machine hand 

Ormand Frank, carpenter 

Brown VVilliair <., yardmau 

Ward T., carpenter 

Pelton T. H., carpenter 
Collier W. li , yardman 
Leamy & Kyle, lumber yard 

Griltiths Albert Francis, yard salesman 

Martin Nelson, laborer 

Wheeling Thomas, laborer 

Woods W., laborer 

Oleson Gustave, laborer 

James John, laborer 

Mclntyre — , laborer 

McLeod Thomas, laborer 

Slater George Frederic!. 

Vancouver shingle mill 

Spicer Havelock II., bookkeeper 
Sutherland Clarence E., sawyer 
MuUins James, sawyer 
Allison Robert, laborer 
McLaren Richard, laborer 
Allen Silas H., engineer 
WinlawJ. B, filer 
Donaldson James, night watchman 
McKay Alfred, shingle edger 
(Church Benjamin, shingle edger 
Hart F, W., furniture factory 
Duncan Alex. B., foreman 
Petres Saver, cabinetmaker 
Harman Philip, cabinetmaker 
Uagnon Alexander, cabinetmaker 
West John, cabinetmaker 
Lobb William Samuel, machine hand 



CAMPBELL AV., from Powell to Bay 
View 

Oppenheimer intersects. 

Hastings East intersects. 

Princess intersects, 

Keefer intersects. 

Crawford James, laborer 
Smith — , laborer 

Harris intersects. 

Barnard intersects. 

Prior intersects. 

CARL AVE., from Railway to Grove 
Ave. 

BOTB SIDES. 

* Hay Charles 

Powell intersects. 

Oppenheimer intersects, 

* Prentice William, secty Vancouver Smelt- 

ing Works 

* Occupied 

* Cloukie Felix Napoleon, planer 

Hastings intersects. 

* Bonllon Joseph, contractor 
Boullon Arthur 

* Cook Alfred, painter 
McSorley Harry, painter 

, MedcoflF Albert, carpenter 
Kent Walter Eraauucl, laborer 

Prineeis intersects. 

Keefer intersects. 

Harris intersects. 

Barnard intersects. 

Prior intersects. 

CARROLL, from City Wharf South 

EAST SIDR. 

* Linton Andrew, boat house 
Johnston Robert, boat builder 
Aykroyd Stephen, boat builder 

Bailway track intersects. 

Alexander begins. 

Powell begins. 

2 Johnston & Tyson, gents' furnishings 

Johnston Arthur George 

Tyson Andrew Mann 
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6 Henderson & Couth, wholesale coal 

HendcTBon John B. 

Couth liobert 

Pirrie Willinra, bookkeeper 

Henderson Isaac, clerk 

Nunnumaker Byron, temnater 

McCormick VVilliani, teamster 

Holmes capt. William 

Mooney capt. Daniel 

Johnson capt. C. 
8 Royal Tea Co., Hector Cbas. Beresford 

prop 
14 Robertson Robert, gents' furnishings, hats 

and caps 
16 Tremont hotel, Melville & Manuel, props 

Melville WilliHm R. 

Manuel Mrs. S. E. 

£urton Herbert, bartender 

Pomeroy William, cabinetmaker 

Goodmurphy Sidney, tinner 

Milne T., carpenter 

Harstone William, gen store 

Waite William, millwright 

Tibbetts Robert, C.P.R. 

Dawson George W., real estate 

McFarlane — , contractor 

Gordon R. G., school teacher 

McLaren — , contractor 

McKenzie John, carpenter 
22 Creamer & Langley, crockery 

Creamer James ri. 

Langley Th'^odore H. 
24 Club, Charles S. Macdonell, prop 

Whitehead George, bartender 
28 Gilmore & Clark, clothing 

Gilmore Alexander 

Clark Roliert 

McXeill William F., clerk 
30 Albion house, dry goods 

Brown Henry 

White Edward 

Wiflen William Sidney 

lialnh Miss M. G., milliner 

Hodgson Miss Bella, clerk 

Burgess John, clerk 
32 Bank of British North America, David 
Simpson, manager; 

Benwell John 0., accountant 
E. H. Austin, teller 

Oppenheimer intersects. 
]00 Vacant 
• White John, photographer 
Brown John, printer 
106 Simon Bernard, mere! ant tailor 
Peterson Gustave Adolph, tailor 
Biggert Mrs. Z., tailoress 
108 Barry A. P., boots and shoes 
Dinsmore William, shoemaker 

Eij. Track intersects. 

110 Richmond house, Arthur Langley, prop 
Aae John, blacksmith 



McKinnnn Hugh, teamster 

Blliott J., shoemaker 

Stewart T. C, tallyman 

Campiiell John, teamster 

Hudson John, laborer 

Dunn Charles, laborer 

Neeland Benjamin, logger 

Mackey William, longer 
112 Chilberg James P«ter, grocer 

Freure Mark, clerk 
114 O'Toole k Ralph, plumbers 

O'Toole James M. 

Rxlph William 

Mclntyre Archie, bookkeeper 

Harmon Edgar, tinner 

Linklater David, tinner 

Latrille John, tinner 

Barker Alfred, tinner 

Boardman Samuel, plumber 

Carrol Edward, plumber 

Mclntyre Samuel, apprentice 

Robinson James William, apprentice 

Wilband (Jeorge, apprentice 

Wilband Eliphalet, apprentice 
118 Hawley Charles Matthew, harnessmaker 

Casselman Ranson, harnessmaker 
124 Ontario Grocery store, William Terapleton, 
I)rop 

Frost Nathan, bookkeeper 

Mitchell Harry, clerk 

Foran James, clerk 

Campbell .Marvin, clerk 

Hastings intersects. 

• Harcus Sinclair, fruits 
214 Tllo^ -IS Miss Fanny 

Oh :. .Viss Ada 
210 Ci.u... * W, A., Chinese agent and Court 

translator 
218 Frank Z., groceries 

Dupont intersects. 

• Opera Resort saloon, John E. Davis, prop 
320 Vancouver Transfer Co., Frank Barnard, 

president; Josephus Cates, manager 
Stephens G. B., h:ick driver 
McKay John, hack driver 
McDonald Charles, hack driver 
Rannie Thomas, hack driver 
Small William, express driver 
Forsberg Charles, seaman 
Protor Harry, painter 
Anderson Louis, seaman 
Fox Frank, laborer 
Disney William, laborer 

• Central Wood & Coal Yard, John Mc- 

Dowell, prop 

Nicholl Samuel, teamster 

Brockwell David, teamster 

McLaren William, teamster 

Forsberg Charles, bargeman 
326 Nicholls Miss Norah 
328 S. Chong, laundry 



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332 Jim Kee, laundry 
Rear of 

Smith Airs. Mattie 
Foster Mrs. Viola 
Porterliel't Mrs. Fannie 
Earlie Mrs. Nellie 

* Woodworth Jas. H., & Co., coal and wood 

dealers 
Woodworth James Henry 
Rounsi'ii'll Ceorge F. 
Dempter William A. 
Adilison Joliti, teamster 
McKiiinoii Rwt-n. tramster 
Home Fred., teamster 
Foster Herbert, teamster 
358 Royal City Pinning Mills Co. 
Ferguson ft. C, sum. 
Murray C. W., bookkeeper 
Pride J. A., iisst. bookkeeper 
Campbell O. VV., salcsmiin 
liiirns Cliarles, mill fortiman 
Maglady John, sawyer 

WEST SIDK. 

* Vancouver Wharfage and Storage Co., 

(Ld.), David Oppeiiheimer president; 
J. \V. McFarlane secty, 
Taynr T tu)mas, wharfinger 

* Linton John, boat builder 
Carse Josejih, laborer 
Peterson Charles, carpenter 
Barnard John, carpenter 
Clyde ('hris. J., laborer 
Carroll John, laborer 
Bmith Thomas, laborer 
Doyle Patriek, sailor 

Rice James, l:iborer 
Gleeson John, laborer 
Price Josi']ih, laborer 
Wright Joseph, carpenter 
Harvey John, laborer 
Edwards George, laborer 
Steele Jame?, longshoreman 

KaiUvay track intersects. 
' Goodmurphy ('aleb, contractor 
70 Ci inese Laundry 

* Side Entrance Sunnyside Hotel 

Water intersects. 

* Alhambra Hotel 

1 Urquhart William, liquors, etc. 
3 Graves Bros., bakers and grocers 

Graves John II. 

Graves J. P. Lnwson 

Stockham Frederick, baker 
5 Brown Joseph, second hand furniture 
7 Wbittier .v Cramer, barbers 

WhittierO. K. 

Cramer William J. 

Dunn J. T., barber 

Roy L., barber 

Goodmurphy Fred., barber 



9 Michleson & Aptaker, second baud goods 
Michleson I.'^aac 
Aptaker Abraham 

Trottnee Alley intersectn. 

19 Bodega. A. J. Macpherson, prop. 

Fortes Joseph, bartender 

Ueddes Daviil, bartender 

Macpherson Ewen C, land owner 
23 Wriiiht John, fruits and cont'eclionery 

Wright Horace T., apprentice 
27 Bru^s John, butcher 
29 McAlpine D. L., M.D., druggist 

Frater Herbert, clerk 
3.3 icen Jacob, fruits 
36 Campbell A., confectionery 

Cordova beyins. 

* Balmoral Hotel 

* Mills Richard, boots and shoes 
Elliott Hugh W., shoemaker 

107 Gordon George R., clothing 
109 Davis W L., & Co., groceries 

Davis William Liphtbody 

Burrows Edward Douglass 

Fuller Joseph, driver 
111 Deck Milton, fruits and confectionery 

Lane intersects. 

113 Robertson R., gents' furnishings 

11.") Vancouver Drug Co., Dr J. F. Rolls, mgr 

* Fogg Isaiah, general blacksmith 
McGnier James, blacksmith 
Armstrong Isaac James, blacksmith 

116 Mager Bros , plasterers 
ilager N. 
Mager Philip 

COLUMBIA, from Fiilse Crook to 9th 

BOTH SIDES. 

Dufferin intersects. 

Lome intersects. 
Lansdoivne intersects. 

5lh live internecls. 

Gth ave intersects. 

1th ave intersects. 
8th ave intersects. 
9th ave intersects. 

* Mainland Brewery 
Robert Riesterer, prop. 
Zoelliner August, brewer 
Kidd W. J., C.P.R. 

10//t ave intersects, 
llth ave intersects. 
12th ave intersects. 
I3lh ave intersects. 



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15//i ave intemects, 

COLUMBIA, from Alexander to Du- 
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* Wing Lee, Chinese liiundry 

C.P,H- truck inlersecti. 

4 Vacant 
Fiaser Nornitin. teHinster 

I'owfll intersects. 

6 Oppenhfinier Bros., side enlriince 
13 V\ 11(1 Alfred, cabinetniiiker 

Wild Mrs. Altrt'd, boiirMiuK house 
Noble William, C.lMl. 
Scott G.-orge, insurHiico agent 
Nelson Cecelia, Miss doiaesiiu 

Oppenheimer interaecta. 

108 Vacant 
110 Vacant 
112 Vacant 
114 Vacant 

118 Jones John David, carpenter 
38 Middl' r & Powe, carriage shop 

Midiller William 

Powe Joseph 
♦117 Bonner John, horseshoer 

* Stable 

114 Robinson Arthur Josei)h, miner 

Ilastinijs K(iH iulerxects. 

210 Cockins Thomas, coach builder 

212 Vacant 

214 Baltey George, laborer 

216 Uonstantiae Arthur E. Z., laborer 

* Vacant 
226 Chinese 
228 Chinese 
230 Vacant 

COMOX, from Burriird to Stanley Park 

* Mole Henry 

Thurlow intersects. 

* Earle Henry, carpenter 
Curray Francis, carpenter 

* McDonald Ronald 
McDonild Colin 

* Mace William Allen, carpenter 
King George 

Bute intersects, 

* Hemsley George, painter 

Jervis intersects, 

* New house 

Broughton intersects. 



Nicola intersects. 
Cdnlrro intirmcts. 
Bi'lwel interfects. 
JJenman intertecfa, 
(Jiltord intrrxecls. 
Chilco intersects. 

COKDOVA.from Carroll to C.r.R.wharf. 

KOUTH SIDE. 

* Lees & Dnwson, real estate 
Lees Andrew K. 
Diiwson George W. 
11 Tilley Seth Thome, stationery 

Xlortou Arthur, clerk 
13 Allan Genrpre l/awson, boots and shoes 
(Jraham WilliHui, slioeinaker 
White James, shoemaker 
Allan William Andrew, clerk 
Caldwell Block 
Hteven'" James A . shoemaker 
Rooms 1 Beck Albert Fdwaid, barrister 

Vancouver Electric llluiuiuating Co. 

(Ltd). 
Dunn t'lionins, president 
Ni'*holl.s F. v., nianiiger 
Heck Albert Edward, sec -treasurer 
" 11 City ot Vancouver B'.iilding Society, 

Joseph Huntley, sicretary 
" 5 Cargill W., accountant 

Blaciibiirn A. E. 
<' 6 County Court ollice, C. A. Caldwell, 

clerk 
" 7 Vacant 
" 8 Vacant 
Simpson John, bartender 
Moxon Henry 
21 Kirschberg « Landsberg, clothing 
Kirschberg Samuel 
l.andsberg Frederick 
Clair George, clerk 
25 Martin Francjois Xavier, groceries 
Danscrean Lmiis, bookkeejier 
Martin Henry Milton, clerk 
27 Hart Frank William, furniture 
Morrison James, clerk 
Prior L., sen., bookkeeper 
Thompson Albert Eilward, upholsterer 
Baker Charles G., iiiiholsterer 
Crook Arthur, tinisher 
Dickie RoU-rt A., apjirentice 
Hurley J. F., upholsterer 
Howey F , apprentice 
Dickie George A., driver 
Symons C. Samuel, collector 
Gagnon Alex., cabin tmaker 
Harman Philip, cabmetiiiakcr 
West John, cabinetmaker 
Peters S., cabinetmaker 
Duncan Alex., cabinetmaker 



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31 Englfman E. V., cigars 
3j l^uiiate Hotel and Chop House, Frank 
llonry McDavitt, |)ri)p. 

8a\e Cli'muiit. night cojk 

Ahiiooe Daniel 

Todd Gibion 

Douglas James 
39 Senate Haloon,iMcIiean & Stevenson, props. 

McLean U. P. I 

Stevenson S. 0. [ 

Heer George, bartender i 

43 Fuiiiitain Saloon, Mcniatj dc Ammon, props i 

Amnion August j 

Meniaty R. I 

49 SVobb Walter H., k Co , boots and shoes 

W'eleii John Short, shoemaker 
51 Ferguson Diigald, fruits 

Hogg William Jackson, clerk 
65 Vacant 

57 Walktr David, barber 
59 Thoiiiton John Mrowgroceries 

Brit; in Ernest, clerk 
6.^ i\ ii'vje Barber "^iiop, Richard Kinp Winters, 
prop 

Walker David, barber 

Timmins Ft. C, barber 

Zobrist Jolin, barber 

Sloriter Maiigero, cigars, etc. 
«65 Hetreat shIooii, Johnson J. Binns, prop 

Williams John Kdgar, clerk 

Costii LongiH, boot black 
71 Russell, McDonald k Co., notion store 

Husscll Charles 

McDonald James 

Forbes Andrew, clerk 
75 Johnston & Co., auctioneers 

Johnson B. V. 

McCarren Richard, clerk 
• Hogg James, photographer 

Panel William, carpenter 
79 Goldstein Aaron, general store 
S'i Grenberg Harry, second hand clothing 
89 Hub hotel, Wm. Meier, prop. 

Batles Solomon, porter 

Barns — , bartender 
91 Murphy Wm., merchant tailor 

Fletcher George, tailor 

Lundy William J , tailor 

Fraser Wm. G., tailor 

Whitworth Miss Lillian, tailoresB 

Atlantic Kecr ball, Swan & Doering, props 

Swan August 

Doering Charles 

Swan Frederick, bartender 

biuks George, painter 

Lepart John, laborer 

Peterson A., jeweller 

Reinhard Wm., physician 
'heangide Clothing house, Z. Gordon 
Goldberg, prop 

Duff Joseph Burnett, clerk 



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101 Cosmopolitan hotel and restaurant, Jacob 
Cohen, prop 

Simpson John, bartender 

Cowderoy Harry, steward 

Morris Prank, iiiglit waiter 

Chandler George, chief cook 
135 Internal ioiial Hotel, P. A. Boehlfskj, 
lirop. 

Moran Josojih C, waiter 

Ward Charles, waiter 
137 Dominion Real Estate and Loan Agency 

Timberlake Prederick S. 

Hassing L B. 
139 Gray "> "o., grocers 

GrayC. 1. 

Gray T. »;. 

Fletclier Joshua, driver 

• Fo.xley Miss Emily, millinery 
Fo., ey I'er v E., ch-rk 

L' lartMiss Jessie, straw milliner and dreas* 

maker 
Sidney Matthew, carpenter 
Tresc'i't, Charles, carpenter 
Wheiham Block 

• Horroeka H. P., druggist 
Haundors 11. J., assistant 

• (Joldewood & Co., gents' furnishings 

• Lafferly k Moore, bankers 
Lalferty J. P. 

Moore E. J. Stewivrt 
Green William E., manager 

• Whetham (!., & Co., real estate 
Whetham Charles 

Smith John Ferros. 
Whetham James, physiciau 

Gamble intersects 

Masonic and Oddfellows, block 
301 Bod well Bros., real estate 

Bodwell Fredwald Crandon 

Bodwell Prank Vining 

Smith John Ferres, clerk 
303 Mizony & Co., wholesale liquors 

Mizony R. T. 

Croteau Eugene, bookkeeper 
305 Painton & Dyke, pianos and organs 

Painton Fred. James 

Dyke George John Claude 

Dyke Prederick Wm., clerk 

Finlayson J. E., piano tuner 
307 Robertson & Co , real estate 

Uoberlson Gedeon 

Boak Albert A. 

Goldie & McCulloch, safes 

Canadian Office Furniture Co., Ld. 

Standard Life Assurance Co. of Edinburgh 

London Guarantee and Accident Co. (Ltd) 
of Loudon, England 

Mutual Accident Association (Ltd) of Man* 
Chester, Eng., Plate Glass Insurance 

Dominion Plate Glass Insurance, Ontario, 
Mutual Life Assr. Co. 



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barristers, solicitors, etc. 
Corbould Gordon E. 
WcColl A. J. 
Jenns E. A. 

Carapbell John, barrister, mgr 
Cameron .Miirdocli, accountant 
Rocas ;!, 4, 5 Biedenieyer Wni., Dr. Ph. as- 
sayer and mining engineer 
6 Vacant 
'i Vacant 

8 Vacant 

9 Vacant 

10 Skiiininer Robt. Jas , forestry inspector 

11 Vacant 
13 Vacant 

Masonic Hall, andl. 0. 0. F. Hall 

311 Upper flats 

313 Illensworth — , confectioner 
315 Goodwin & Trevor, real estate 

Goodwin \V. K. 

Trevor R D. 

Burrell Harry S., clerk 
317 B. C. Investment Co. 

Anderson David 

Aicock Jonathan R. 

Hay Charles 

Harris R . W. 
319 Store 
321 Store 

* Back entrance Greyhound hotel 
233 Vacant 

237 Jones H. A., & Co., real estate 

312 Jones H. A., & Co., real estate 
Jones Harrv Albert 
Cowderoy William, bookkeeper 
Atlas Assnrance Co., Fire 
Turner George, capitalist 
Hirschberg Martin H,, accountant 

Water street ends. 

* Vacant building 

SOtTTH SIDB. 

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2 Balmoral hotel, Allen & McDonald 
props 
Allen Thomas G. 
McDonald Dan. Lester 
Gow Dan., mgr Bennetti saw mill 
Ball W. T., real estate agent 
Luscombe Cliaa. 
Beaudry Eugene, O.P.R. clerk 
Stevenson Thomas, street supt 
Cottinghani M., bartender 
Monteith J. C. 
McKenzie Alex. 
Edwards VVni. 

McFarlane George, contractor 
Garden George 



McVicar J. 

Haves George, butcher 
4 Upliam George Frel., real estate 

Acorn Al'xan<ler B., speculator 
6 McNaughton Donald, tobacconist 
8 AIcHugh Samuel, confectioner 

10 Dunn Thos., & Co., hardware 
Dunn Thomas 

LeCnppellain Joim Oiiborne, manager 
Phipps George W., bookkeeper 
Garven George Lewis, clerk 
Kyle Andrew, clerk 
Alexander Frederick, clerk 

12 McDowell H., & Co., druggists 

McDowell Henry 

Watson Harry, drug clerk 
16 McMullcn AliFred Lewis, dry goods 

Clarke Fred. S., clerk 
18 McLean Donald John, clothing 

Richardson J. S., clerk 

McLean Daniel, clerk 
20 Jones (Jeorge J., boots and shoes 

Smith Magnus, clerk 
24 Davi.s Louis, clothing 

Whitiside Fred. S., clerk 
26 Clark Mrs.T. W., fancy dry oroods 

Kearney .Miss Augusta, clerk 
28 Rou^iseau & Co., boots and sho es 

Riiussean James 

Stitt John Rowland, manager 

Moreiicy Miss ("lara L., clerk 
44 Holland las. M., .k Co., real estate 

Holland James .M. 

Klliott William (I. 

McAlpin Duncan, olfice boy 

Muir Andrew Crichton, barrister 

Tierney John J., expressman 
46 Granville F., real estate 
62 Mainland Market, Hayes & Mcintosh, 
props. 

Hayes George 

Mcintosh William Arthur 

McNaughton Peter, bookkeeper 

Scott Leonard, butcher 

May William Henry, butcher 

Wust (tuttleb, butcher 

Jago William, butcher 

Helps Henry, driver 

(ilaruier John, driver 

Urquhart Georg;', driver 
56 Central Hotel, Thomas .Mann, prop 

Aspinall Miss Maggie, waitress 

Freney John, bricklayer 

Tuskey Charles, carpenter 

Inann Wiiluim, clerk 

Inann Miss Mary 

Brethour Christopher, iron moulder 
60 Brown E. A., real estate 
64 Sehl Jacob, furniture 

Hach Charles, manager 

Miller Henry G., cabinetmaker 

Crocker W. G., upholsterer 



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McTeigh Harry, unhoLsterer 


112 Nelson Charles, druggist 


Costello Mike, upliolsterer 


Farley Waller Hawthorr.e, drug clerk 


Peters Sidney, upholsterer 


122 Vancouver Wine Co., cigars and liquors 


AViegard Charles VVilliam, clerk 


Walton A- PoUexfer 


66 Wincli Richard V , fruit and produce 


Walton H. J. 


Stephens Frederick lirokenshire, clerk 


Pollextei E. 


J\)ley James B., driver 


Ross Andrew, clerk 


James Stanley, bookkeeper 


126 Campbell Malcolm Lovitt, tobacconist 


Collins John, clerk 


128 Jackson John William, watchmaker 


Vancouver Ice Co. (Ltd.) 


Berry H. A., & Co., express, truck and dray 


Rand C. D. 


Berry Henry A. 


Port D. W., A- Co. 


Bell Francis Griffin 


Wincli R. v., manager 


Haroy George, teamster 


70 Miitrie & Brown, real estate 


Johnston Andrew M., teamster 


Jlutrie Henry 


Cook Edmund, teamster 


Brown William 


Aikins T. 0., teamster 


72 Evans David, merchant tailor 


Vaucouve rBrick Co. 


Leiithara Thomas, tailor 


Carter Nelson 


Wil ianis Francis, tailor 


McFarland Duncan A. 


Townsend .Mrs . wid, tailoress 


130 (iaiewood Charles H., D.DS. 


Croves .Mrs., widow, tailoress 


132 McLennan & McFeely, stoves and tinware, 


76 Gms.'^ie iic Mason, jewellers 


plumbers, cornicemakers 


(iinssie W, H. 


McLennan Robert Purvis 


Mason W. G. 


McFeely Edward John 


7() Reed John, druggist 


Callauder Alexander, bookkeeper 


bO Calland iV Johnsion, real estate 


Hutcheson Waller DeLacy, clerk 


Calland T. H. 


Jlarshall Thomas, foreman plumber 


Johnston H. L. 


Paul Chiirles, plumber 


84 Hope Chas. E., architect 


Townley Robert, pltimt;er 
Knowdell Edward, plumber 


Stevens Geo., agent 


Lowe C. H. 


Brown William, plumber 


88 VVisliari K., green grocer 


Cold well Samuel C., foreman cornicemaker 


Vishart N. Andrew 


McFarland William, cornicemaker 


Reid Thomas, clerk 


McLean J. A., cornicemaker 


92 Dougall House 


Diitfy D., cornicemaker 




LoRaw David, tinner 




Gooiimiirphy Sidney, tinner 


Abbott intersects. 


McLean Albert, tinner 




131 Hanalin James Patrick, C.P.R blacksmith 


100 Rand Bros , real estate 


136 HanaHu Mrs. J. P., faney goods 


Rand Charles David 


138 Devine John k Bon, collectors and real 


Rand Edward E. 


estate 


Iliiv John .Marshall, bookkeeper 


Devine John 


Wallhridge D. S., barrister 


Devine Harry T. 


Johnston Harry L., clerk 


Ferris Harold J., clerk 


England James, stenographer 


City Auditors otlice 


Byrne James Dillon, clerk 


140 Johnston, Kerfoot & Co., clothing 


Iimnn William, clerk 


Johnston James Irvine 


Fowler George, clerk 


Kerfoot William John 


Vancouver Gas Co. 


Grover William, clerk 


Banti C. D., sec.-treas. 


Johnston James Osborne, clerk 


Glasgow & London •''ire Ins. Co. 


Peterson L. A., tailor 


Pr"Vidi -t Savings Life Assn., Toronto 


Mills Gi'oriic Ale.vauder, tailor 


104 Collins Heurv, dry goods 


Milne A. W., tailor 


Gill Lister, clerk 


Kier Cathel, tailor 


Collins William Logan, clerk 


Davis Charles, clerk 


108 Thomson Bros., book store 


Allen Miss Jennie, tailoress 


Thomson Melville P. 


144 Vancouver Reading Room 


Thomson Jan.es A. 


146 Dunn Thos., k Co., hardware 


Clark Hnrold Curtis, clerk 


150 Hudson Bay Co., Chas. W, Robson, mgr. 


Hastings Thomas Warren, printer 


Sharp James, bookkeeper 


Pound George, printer 


Wood C. A., clerk 


Jervis Arthur, office boy 


Lamb Alexander, clerk 






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Johnson John, driver 
156 Godfrey A., & Co., hardware 

Godfrey Alexander 

Godfrey Tlioinas B. 

Campbell J T. Grant, bookkeeper 

Shaw Malcolm S., clerk 

Letsoii Wiiliara 't., clerk 

Harvey John T. \V., teamster 

Ogilvie Rohprt, clerk 
158 Davidson Bros., jewellers 

Davidson Charles Napier 

David,-on Alexander 

Anftie II. J., jeweller 

Law Wallace, clerk 

Ross Horace, clerk 
162 Wilson Uavid Henry, .M.D. 

Harris HoUert Wili-on, b^irrister 

Kurtz \- Co., cigar manufacturers 

Kurtz John 

Sayward W. P. 

Bhnseii Christian Louis, mgr 

Oweijer Frank, cigarmaker 

Crow John, cigarmiiker 

Th>ma3 Gabriel, jun., cigarmaker 

Simon Jacob, apprentice 

Blomqnist F. M., painter 

Miller Henry G., cabinetmaker 
164 Strutt Charles H., dry goods 

London House 

Lawrt-nce William Charles, clerk 

Foxley — , clerk 
166 Mairee Edgar Allison, barrister 

McLeod .Misses, dressmakers 

McLeod .Miss Emma 

McLeod Miss Maggie 

McLeod Miss .Margery 

Lawrence William Chas. 
174 Cowdery Joiin J., teas and coffees 

Welsh Frederick, clerk 
176 Haywood iV Black, real estate 

Haywood William C. 

Black Alexander P. 

Sun Life Insurance Co. 

Bowker John Sylvester, clerk 

Wilkinson Michael, Brivrhouse clerk 

Standard Oil Co. of U.S. 

Morrell Charles C. 
178 Kirkland .Miss Lizzie, dressmaker 
182 Wright Alfred William, fruit and groceries 

Newitt Thomas Henry, clerk 

Webster James \i., driver 

Cook John, driver 
184 Madill E. B., & Co., butcher shop 

MiidiU Ebenezer B. 

Marr Hi'iiry 

Broad Fnink, butcher 
166 Soules & York, groceries,fr»it and produce 

Soules Thomas W. 

York Archibald 

Scrivener James, clerk 
190 Rounsfell k Co,, real estate 

Rouu.sfell John 

Banes George 






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Bent Joseph Howe, ins. canvasser 
Mutual Reserve Fund Life Assn. 

Catihie intersects. 

Palace Cigar Store, Charles Lang, tobac- 
conist 
204 Wilson George Ingram, dry goods 

Scott Walter Charles, clerk 

Mcbeod James Stiwart, clerk 

Mark Joscjih Piiili|i. clerk 

^hort Benjamin J., clerk 
206 Room 3 MoPhillips Lewis Griffith, barrister 
Room 3 Quigley J. Harry, liw student 

1 Williams Adulphiis, barrister 

2 Patterson Wilson S., sheriff's officer 
Pattfrson's Deteciive Agency 

Shirley Thomas, bailiff 
" 4 Burritt Henry Dunham, dentist 
" 6 & 7 Tuck k Black, barristers 
Tuck Francis Herbert 
Black Alfred Seymour 
9 Vacant 
12 Nettertield Mrs, Sarah, widH., bdg.hse, 
NetterHeld Miss CM, 
" 14 Dixon — , collector 
" 15 Dyke George Jolin Claude 
" IG Fulton — , painter 
" 17 Buntzen John, bookkeeper 
" 18 Rooney, — chief ry. mail clerk 
" 19 Clark John, printer N.A. 
" 20 Jaiiiiesoii — , printer N.A. 
" 21 Siewiiit William, tailor 
208 Pyke Joseph Alexander, boots and shoes 

Short William Andrew, clerk 
210 Commercial College, oordon & Robinson 
Gordon R. G, 
Robinson J. W. 
212 Morrison John Wallace, mer tailor 
Jo-eph C. A., tailor 
Coogaii Kdwaril, tailor 
Siewart William, tailor 
Murray Archibald, tailor 
Vishoot I., tailor 
Po'de Miss Klla, tai'oress 
Lindsay Miss Lizzie, tailoress 
Adams Miss — , tailoress 
Fletcher Miss — , tailoress 
'.i20 Winnipeg (Jonfectionery 
Tapley John, coiifcctiouer 
(i rigor Kicliard, clerk 
222 Aiclier W. C. & Co , real estate 
Archer Walter Churles 
Holiii'S Alfred James 
224 Pacific Hotel, Fritz Schneider, prop. 
Fitzgerald William, bartender 
(toldsmith Jose: h, waiter 
Mcintosh Miss Lizzie, waitress 
Myers .Miss Anuie, waitress 
Riber Joseph, cook 
228 Kggert Jules.A Co., watchmakers 

Rtfgert Jules 
230 Barker Uobt., red estate 



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232 World Printinsf and Publishing Co. 

McLagHU J. C., mamiger 

MacGivjror J Mines M ., bookkeeper 

O'Brien Jolin M., editor 

Stewart Alex. K., city editor 

Baillie W,, iis'^t. editor 

Ourrie Geo. G., reporier 

Farley (Jeorge \V., sub agent 

Evans Kilward W,, forcinaa 

Gillis Albert J . dfvil 

Fowler Fred. W , coin|)ositor 

Fulton John A., compositor 

Hendeisou George G., conjpositor 

Davidson Alex. S.,com)iosiior 

Burtley Geo., compositor 

Wilson W. SleP., compositor 

Gathers Thos., pressirian 
238 Stirtaii G. S., a Go., clotbingand gents' fgs 

Stirtan George Stephen 

Matthi'ws Tlioiriiis, clerk 

Lnnderm.in Gustave, cutter 

Winch Loiii.'S, tailor 

Hoist Chai'los, lailor 

AlcClcllaud Miss, tailoress 

ll'imer hey ins. 

310 Nelson Miss S. K., miiniles, millinery and 

dressmaking 
314 Douglas J, (!., liquors 

Bosusto W. Charles, clerk 
32i5 (JIark tlharlcs, crockery and fancy goods 

Little Miss Keli'ti, clerk 
328 Morrow riiDiiias Uussell, druggist 

Stearman FreUerick Charles, drug clerk 
330 Vacant 

332 Room I Yates, Jay & Russell, barristers 
Yates James iStmirt 
Jay Georgi-, jou. 
Uussell Joseph Ambrose, L.L.B. 
Ru-sell Fillies It., law clerk 
" 2 Havana Cigar Factory, Iloland Web- 
ster, mijr. 

Marrioit Frederick, cigarmaker 
Chaudier Atkinson, cigarmaker 
King Joseph, iippfeniice 
" 3 Pftei'son A.K-'I., mtg. jeweller 
" 4 Bi'll-IiviniT (fc Johnston, physicians 
Bell-Irving Duncan 
Johnston George David 
'• 7 ImImimI lievemie 
• Miller — 
334 TrylhiiU William John, printer 
City Prihiing V\ o'ks 
Woodward Mis^ (Jrace, cli'rk 
Ford Frank AUri-d, [irinter 
Bellamv S. Inev 
Trythiill ILuvard 
Crickniav Kdgnr 

" Home Cheer ' W.C.T.U., monthly 
" Instiiiiie the Y P. Metho.list Church 
338 TatlowA Spinss, rei.l estate 
Tatlow Robert Garuett 
tipiuka John .Manly 



Healy J. A , bookkeeper 
Canada Life Assurance Co. 
London & Lancashir" Fire Ins. Co. 
Vancouver Improvement Co. 

liichards 'legins. 

40() Moore Horatio G , fruit and confv. 
408 Campbell Riderick, boots and slioes 

Dmicaa Geo., shoemaker 

Meriis Gi'o., shoemaker 
410 H irne James Welton, capitalist 

Ellis R G , By. mail clerk 

(}i'dili8 J P. Abbots, private secy. 

Ward J. H., C.P.R. clerk 

Hendersoii II H., plasterer 
412 Vacant 

414 Str.iuhe Valerian J., gunsmith 
4lti Vancouver Photo Co. 

Hull James Dcakin 

Mi'rioti Frederick, cigarmaker 

iSini:(son — , bank clerk 

Wickenden (J.O. 
418 Bosion Millinery Rooms 

Logan Miss Minnie 

8now.ion Horace Lioyd, lumber agent 
420 (afianese Sioie, the, Galbraith k Carapioa 
props 

Gidbtaith Julius Frazell 

Campion Joseph W. 

Biggart Percy, clerk 
422 Blaekmoie Willian), architect 

Barnett Thomas E'tward, raech. eng. 

Ciinadian Pacilic Steamship <Jo. 

Fnllerton James Abercrombie, supt. 

Martin L. A., clerk 
424 Bewicko k Wulffsohn, bankers 

Bewioke Percival H. 

Wultfsohn Joliiinn 

C"nnecticiit Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford 

Union Ins. S.)ciety of Canada (.Marine) 

London Assurance Corpoiaiion (Fire) 

New i'ork Lite Ins. Co. 

German He. Ins. Co. of Berlin (Marine) 

liroi'hy John P , accountant 

Bvron Johnson Richard, clerk 
428 Frick Harry, bakery and lestaurant 

Vj P.R. b.ikei-y and re-itauraut 

MeDniald Wni., waiter 

Tysoe VVni., waiier 

Smith — , baker 
4.32 L.'imbert Joseph, barber 

Fox Albert, barber 
Henderson Lawri'nce, barber 
434 Seholield F., solicitor 
440 Vancouver Adv. and Bill Posting Co. 

King At well, mgr. 

Partridge RoOiit William, cleik 

Seymour intersects. 

500 Whir ■ vSwan Hotel, Jarae-! Summers, prop. 

Summers Edgar R., bartender 
504 Mellon Henry A., agent 



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Suckling H. W., draughtsman 

Ferris W., brtrrister 
606 VacKnt, 

508 Tisdrtll Ciiarles Edw., gun maker 
510 Johnson C. Gardiner, agent 

Canadian Atlantic Coal Co. 

Boultbee Walter A. 
512 Johnstone Fenwick William, barrister 

Leask A O., ccmm agent 

Leask John, accountant 
514 Bay View isaloon, Kent & Talcott, props. 

Kent William Francis 

Talcott Eugene W. 
516 United Slates Consular agency and customs 
inspector 

Bolton Charles M. 
* Talcott Eugene W. 

Canning John 

Barlow T. 

Jones Capt. 

Teaiher — , artist 

Witherly — 

Rogers — , capt. 

Holman H. B., rapt. 

Gough Septimus, organist 
518 Canning John, fruit dealer 

Fewster Howard, clerk 
520 Lees & Dawson, real estate 

Dawson George Warren 

Lees Andrew E. 
522 Hardiman Theo. R., art dealer (east end) 

C. P. R. telegraph office 

Rogers William 
524 Superinteudeiit's office C. P. R. 

Downie William, asstsnpt. C. P. R. 

Brett Robert Emmett, clerk 

Despatcher's office C.F.Il. 

Miller Walter Oscar, chief despatcher 

8teven Alfred E., despatcher 

Hayden Frank \V., despatcher 

Crick Fred., messenger 
628 Grant Robert 
530 Dom. Govt. Immigration office 

Sutherland Morrist)n, agent 

Buntzen Johannes 
532 Chipman, Morgan & Co., agents 

Chipman (ieorge Frederick 

Morgan Grevalle E. 

Bell — 
536 Vacant 

Granville begins. 

♦ Lefevre Dr., office 

♦ C.F.Il. Ueiiot wharf and fVeight sheds 
Connon H. E., agent 

♦ Dominion Express Co. 
List George S , route agent 
Lee Alfred William, local agent 
Young J. H., messenger 
Smith Frederick H., messenger 
Hall William J. messenger 
Miinroe Winifred D., messenger 
Stoddart George T., messenger 



Perks John V., messenger 
Rankin Harry E., messenger 
Kluma E., messenger 
Mason Robert, driver 

DAVIE, from llomor to Donman. 

Richard intersects. 

Sri/mour intersects. 

Grannille intersects. 

Howe internects. 
Hornby intersects. 
Burrard intersects. 
Tliurlow intersects. 

* New house 

* New house 

* Clarkson William 

* Inge Esther, farmer 
Inge Peter, painter 
Inge Rodger, apprentice 
Inge Miss Lilly, 

* Reals Charles Anderson, carpenter 

Jiute intertecls. 
Jervis intersectn. 
Brouyhton intersects. 
Nicola intersects. 
Cardero intersects. 
Bidinan intersects. 
IJenman intersects. 

DRAKE, from Humor to Burrard. 

BOTH SHIES. 

*299 Houle Onesime 

301 Mortimer Jonathan William, ship carpenter 

303 Parker Isaac, at hader Bros. 

305 llrtztl ton,— carpenter 

307 Brown John, C P.R. shops 

311 Green William Thomas, plasterer 

Clark "."homas, laborer 
313 Bailey Uaniel, sawyer 

LSnnilley William, niillliand 

Snialley John, sawyer 
315 Occupied 

Richard intersects. 

409 Carver Frauk M. 
411 Occupied 
413 Beam William, C.P.R. 
415 Allen William John, carpenter 
Seymour intersects. 

* Vacant building 

Granville intersects. 
Howe internets. 

* Taylor William, carpenter 

Hornby intersects, 
Burrard intersects. 



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Scotia intersects. 

* Heiison Charles John 

* Cooiiey T. G., hiborer 

* James — , gas works 

Lome intersects. 

Westminster ave intfrsect). 

Quebec intersects. 

Ontario intersects. 

Manitoba intersects. 

Columbia ace intersects. 

DUNLEVY AVE, from Burrard Inlet 
to Prior 

WKST SIDK. 

C. P. K. track intersects. 

* White Edwrtfii, of Brown & White 

* Usborae E., ship carpenter 

Ahxandtr intersects. 

23 Berb Alfred, boilerninker 

25 Ualhoun William Anderson, printer 

Po'vell intersects. 

Oiipenheimer intersects. 

Hastings intersects. 

Princess intersects. 

Keefer intersects. 

Harris intersects. 

Itarnnrd intersects. 

J'rior intersects. 

EAST SIDE. 

* Hastings Saw Mill Co. OA.) 

Ricliaru lleiirv Aiexaniler, local manngor 
Dixon, l)e Wolf* Co., agents in San Fran- 
cisco 
Mowat Aii'.slie James, accountant 
Newtoii Ik'urv J lin, ensliier 
Watson Tlionms Francis, clerk 
Sinison Oolher', storekeeper 
Reniiisoi: ArihurW., store clerk 
McCoU James, store cleric 
Suiherliind Owen A., store clerk 
Miixey John, expressman 
Hyland Thomas, steward 
Johtisuti C. W., cook 
Barnes William, waiter 
Caulfield Edward, foreman 
Alexander Richard Henry Handcock, 



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Perkms Winter, machinist 
(Jaiiltield IV'ter, niachiu-t 
ilerrilield Alexander, sawyer 
Kiiusom D. VV., saw filer 
l>oherty f. W., gang liler 
Hunter Edwin E , carpenter 
McDonald Alex. J., carpenter 
Hyland Hugh, cari)eiiter 
NilfSon August, planer 
Ridley A. H., water tender 
Gagnon Frank, edger sawyer 
Apnaiit George, edger sawyer 
Robb John, gang sawyer 
Heyden Uliarles, screw turner 
Miirton It. B., luth sawyer 
Ridd Edwin, yard tallyman 
Sione R. L., mill tallyman 
Vickers Arthur, ship tall^mau 
itansom Ira, fireman 
Ansell E'lwiii, uight watchman 
Brown John, day watchman 
AlcRae John, log hauler 
Sully George, log turner 
Sfvigne Bert, liilli sawyer 
Taylor John, planer feeder 
McDougal Daniel, millhaud 
Vouiig Ellis, millliand 
Ransom Jay, millhand 
Frost Henry T., millhand 
Gagnon William, millhand 
Camp Henry, millhand 
Wallers Frank, millhand 
Millin Patrick, millliand 
Hewson Charles, millhand 
Godlaygo Frank, millhand 
Glovii John, millhand 
Solano August, millhand 
Wdkaiiny George, millhand 
Thoiiip-iou John, millhand 
While Frederick, milllumd 
Morrison Archibald, millhaud 
Pc'lois Bci son, millhand 
McLeod J , laborer 
Chandler Seth, millhand 
Joquiii John, millhand 
(Jordiiier I'et'-r, blacksmith 
Tullis James, blackfiiiiih 
W eleh George, millhand 
McLean H., millhand 
Lee F. A., machinist 
Burke Charles, millhand 

Railway intersects. 

Ridlev A.H., Hastings sawmill 
Caullield Ed., forenuiu Hastings Saw Mill 

Alexander intersects. 

Dobson Frank Scott. Vane, city mills 
Dobson George, millwright 
Stanford James, contractor 
Gibb David, stonecutter 

Powell intersects. 



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Oppenheimer intersects. 

* Cargill William 

llaslings intersects. 

* Vacant 

Princess intersects. 

Keefer intersects, 

Harris intersects. 
Barnard intersects-. 

Prior intersects. 

* Satchfll George, bricklayer 

* Satchell Joseph, laborer 

DUPONT, from Carroll to Princess 

NORTH SIDE. 

1 Pook Chung Lung, grocery 
3 Hong Yuan, merclmut 
6 Chinese 

9 Hop Yeck, merchants 
11 Ross Miss iMiiude 
Hedges Miss Kitty 
Motfet Miss Fanny 
Norton Miss Clara 
Bell Miss Laura 
13 Kwong Joy Slung &. Co., merchants 
17 Hill Miss Gertie 
Barnes Miss Eva 
Bush Miss Josie 
23 Montague Miss Delia 

Wallace Miss Eltie 
25_TriV()li Saloon, L. Horenstein, prop 
Ansman Samuel, bartender 
Walter Jncob Frederick 
29 Wing Sang k Co., merchants 
31 Chinese 

33 Kam Wo & Co., butchers 
37 Wolshiri Solomon, grocer 
♦39 Chinese 
♦41 Chinese 

43 Toch Sing Laundry 
♦43JChinese vegetables 
45 Morgan ilisa Milly 

Columbia av ends. 

101 Vacant store 

107 Sam Lung Laundry 

* Ouelleite Frank, laborer 
121 Smith Miss Flora 

Smith M.3« Josie 

Reynolds Miss Annie 
123 Hanley Miss Grace 

Lloyd Miss Carrie 

Smith Miss Flossie 

Clittbrd Miss Stella 
125 Nelson Miss Annie 



131 Reno Miss Laura 
Reno Miss Dora 
Grant Miss Alice 

Westminster av intersects. 

SOUTH SIDB. 

2 Opera ({esort saloon, John Elmer Davis, prop 

Deal John, bartender 
4 Hip Tuck Lung &. Co., merchants 
G Chinese 
8 Chinese 

10 Wing Yuen & Co., merchants 
15 Hip Cliing Lung & Co., gen. employment 

furnishers 
22 Chinese 
•24 Chinese 
28 John Kee, merchant 
30 Chinese 
34 ('liinese 

36 Wing On Tai & Co., merchants 
38 Vacant 

38jToug Yuen, laundry 
4o"King Kung, merchants 
42 Chinese 
44 Taylor Miss Ada 
50 Toy Sam Low, prociTies 
52 Cook Williiim S., sand and lime 

Brechin Robert, bookkeeper 

Cook George E., teamster 

Haniiltoii George, teamster 

iMcDoiiald Daniel, teamster 

Latlin William, teamster 

SuMimerville William, captain of scow 

Brethour (Jhristoplier, scowuian 

Currie John, scowman 

Snyder Elmer, scowman 
54 Brush Miss B. 
100 Palmer Bros., commission merchants 

Palmer Joseph Williflm 

Palmer Henry TlioniHS 

Palmer Robert Verner 

Harris Charles, teamster 

Thomas Charles, teamster 

Lilley John, teamster 
102 Hip Juno, merchants 
106 Ah '^ean 

110 Tong Hung, merchant 
*H2 Lai Hing Long, merchants 
*114 Howard William Lawrence, barber 

Miles William, barber 
*116 Sam Kee, merchants 
112 Vacant 
114 He Choner, laundry 

• Chinese Church 
Chan Sing Kai, Chinese preacher 

28 LalBn Wdliara Henry, teamster 

• Gilchrist William, cabinet maker 

• Patterson Wilson Silas, bailiff 

• Vacant 

• Buie Duncan, carpenter 

• Glasgow Hotel 



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20- Chapman Charles, plasterer 

Ciiapmaa Mrs. Cliarle.s, dressmaker 

Miller Mrs. William John, dressmaker 
204 Radley James, cook 
206 Riisliton John, Vane. City Foundry 
208 Wliite Joseph, boilermaker C.P.R. 
210 Weaver Jacob, bricklayer 

Weaver Thomas, carpenter 

Latigtre William, carpenter 

* Miller William John, carpenter 
Miller Mrs. William John, dressmaker 

216 Roberts Mrs S. E. 

Green Wi liam Kdward 

Green Alfred Edward 

Roberts Miss Mildred 
218 Murphy William, merchant tailor 
*222Macey William Couch, bricklayer 

Jlacey William Henry, plasterer 

Maccy Georjje Ali^ert, lather 

Maeey Charles Alfred, lather 
*224Maeey t:$aniuel Thomas, plasterer 

Mortimer — , merchani^tailor 

Homer intersects. 

* Sacred Heart Academy, Sister Mary Alex- 
ander, superioress 

309 Hill John B., contractor 
311 liOW John llalowes, captain 

Richard intersects. 

* Vacant 

* Stewart John Colin, carpenter 
« McGregor James Mortimer, bookkeeper 

McGregor Henry Mortimer, clerk 

* Campbell Roderick, boots and shoes 
Hill .losepli, carpenter 

* Burnham Leonard William, foreman 
Criuien — , carpenter 
McKenzie Miss Catherine, dressmaker 
Burnham Mrs. Leonard William, dressmaker 

Seymour intersects, 

* Dunsmuir st. private school 
Maitland Miss M. G. E., teicher 
Graham Miss A, E. T., teacher 

Granville intersects^ 

Howe intersects. 






* New house 



Hornby intersects. 
Burrard street. 



8TH AVE, IroiuVine to Princo Edward 

Westminster ave intersects. 

* Woodward Herbert, mariner 
Woodward Chas. Herbert How., carpenter 
Woodward Reginald Percy, clerk 
Woodward Miss Grace F. 

Woodward Miss Beatrice 

* Mason Wiliiara Hamilton, milk ranch 

Quebec intersects. 
Oiitario intersecti . 
Manitoba intersects, 
Columbia intersects. 



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Westminster Road intersects, 

* Trimble Edward, sen., teamster 
Trimble Edward, jun., apprentice 

* Vacant house 

* Hamilton John E., carpenter 
Hamilton Percy 

Hoar Rutus 

* Taylor Robert Blackwood, carpenter 
Garvie Henry, carpenter 

Taylor Lorina M., bookkeeper 

Westminster ave, intersects, 

* Griffith Joseph 

Quebec intersects, 

* Lee John, gardener 

* Vacant 

Ontario interiects , 
Manitoba intersects. 
Columbia intersects . 

EVELEIGH, from Burrard to TImrlow 

ROTH SIDES. 

* New house vacant 

* New house vacant 

* Conner Samuel Richard 

« Shelton Giles, car inspector C.P.R. 

* Vacant 

* Matthews John, teamster 

* Copp Per>y Gilman, roofer 

* New house 

* Eikins Samuel, laborer 

* Munro John, contractor 

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BOTH SIDES. 

* Kerr John J., carpetitpr 

• Budlong Frank Loreiizo, carpenter 

Brunstoifk begins. 

• Stafford William W., printer 

* Vacant 

♦ Rosenberg Alfred, carpenter 

• McGiiire Robert, madiinist 
McGuire Wallace, engineer 
Amos — 

Westminster av. intersects. 

Quebec intersects. 

Ontario intersects. 

Manitoba intersectn. 

Columbia intersects. 

FRONT STREET, from Prince Ed- 
ward to 

* Hayes & Mcintosh, slaughter house 
Hayes George 

Mclntosli — 

Jago William, slaughterman 

Wnst J., slaugliteruian 

# Van Volkenburg A: liros., slaughterhouse 
Biisbridge George, slauglitermau 
Mitchell John, slauglitermau 

Fisher George, sausHge maker 
Day William, driver 

n'esfminstcr av. intersects. 

* Learay & Kyle, saw mill False Greek 

GEORGIA, from Boatty to Coal Har- 
bor. 

BOTH SIDES. 

Cambie interfects. 

Hamilton intersects. 

205 Black Walter, bricklayer 
207 Rae Thomas Miller, carpenter 

Gibson Alex-nder, carpenter 
209 Dulmuiel Charles 
211 Coughlln John, C.P.R. 
213 Kemp John, carpenter 

Anderson Allred, barber 

Homer intersects. 

300 Hay — , bookkeeper 

304 Scoullar Andrew William, manager 

308 Le Cappellain John Osborne, clerk 

* St Andrew's Church 

Richard intersects. 



* Congregational Church rev. J W. Pedlev 

pastor ' 

Srymonr intersects. 

* Stanley Park stables, Queen Bros., props 
Miller Ale.xander, siableman 
Hamilton Hugh, driver 

Polly Richard, driver 

* Sir Donald A. Smith's new block 

Granville intcrxects. 

* Hotel Vancouver, Kinnear Stanley, mngr, 
Smith A. B., chief clerk 

Walker W. H., accountant 

Burns V irlender 

Bliike J I'ler 

Grigg C , steward 

Schniuli, (. JS., chief conk 

Leathern K , second pastry cook 

Alhinson J., engineer 

iMcGiiire Mrs,, housekeeper 

Lindsay Mrs., pantiy woman 

McConnell J., lieMd'waiter 

Taitersall H., second jiorter 

Somuierville K., bell ooy 

Ray W., bell boy 

Siiear A., bell boy 

Sliook F., bell boy 

Booth T., fireman 

Laberge A., fireman 

Heid J. A., nifflit watchman 

McUonahi Alex, yardman 

McLean J. K , upholsterer 

Inge James, waiter 

Smith J. C, waiter 

Laionde J., waiter 

Welsh Charles, waiter 

Haynes Frank, waiter 

Blown John, waiter 

McKeeH. E., capitalist 

Delbuck A., capitalist 

Vatighan J. W. Major 

Major G W., warehouseman 

Buxton William, Rand Bros. 

Haywood W. C, real estate 

Mtidigaii Miss Lizzie, clerk news stand 

Howe intersects. 

* Beckingsale D.L., M.D. 

* Daua A.,C.P.K. 

Hornby intersrcts, 

* Christ Church, rev. H. P. Hobson, incum- 

bent 

Burrard intersects. 

* Browning John M., C.P.R. 
We'sh Miss Kate, domestic 

* Bodwell Ebenezer Vining 
Bodwell Frank Vining 
Bodwell Miss Annie E. L. 

* McGillivray Donald, bridge contractor 
Parker Miss Kate 



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* WiUon James 
» Riind C. D., of Ranrt Broa. 

* Cambie Henry John, C. E. 

* Hobson rev. H. P., incumbent Christ Ch. 
Rawduti Sarab Ann 

Tkurlow intersect!. 

* Diinn Thomas, hardware 
Northgraves Miss Jennie, nurse 

* Lucas William Francis, contractor 
« Ceppiley H. T., of iloas & Ceperley 

Jenkins Miss Rnima 

* Johnson Charles, gardener, court registrar 
Riecli Miss Dolly, domestic 

* Martin F. X., grocer 
Martin L. A., clerk 
Martin M. M., clerk 

* Wilgress Henry Thomas, C.P.R. 
Soaraes Miss Edith, domestic 
Xorinan Miss Alice, nurse 
Empey Miss Edith 

* Johnston George David, MR.O.S., L.R.C.P. 

* Whetham Charles, real estate 
Wheihara James, .M.D. 

Ross Miss Helen, domestic 

Bute intersects. 

y Morrison John Wallace, mcr tailor 
Johnston Harry Linwood, Rand Bros. 
■Johnson E. E., surveyor 

I* Leash John, accountant 

I* Mulhall James Joseph, clerk C.P.R. 

I • Xew house 

■ • New house 

Jervis intersects. 

I* Mackay Geerge Grant, real estate 

Mackay Harry Hadfield 

Miickay .Miss Lily J. 

Mackay Miss Florence 
|»Siitherlanl Morrison. Dom. imm. agent 
I* Ferris William, solicitor 

Ferris P. M., clerk 

Ferris H. P., clerk 

Ferris Miss K. E. 
I* Logan Matt., florist 
I* New house 

Brouffhton intersects. 

I* Alcock Jonathan Rutherford, real estate 
I* .Mershon Lewn Herman 

Trevor — 

MuLaren Miss Lizzie, domestic 

Nicola intersects. 

[* Vew house 
I* Vacant 

Caiitero intersects, 
Bidwell intersects. 
Dentnan intersects. 



* Mohran John, longshoreman 

Gilford intersects. 
Cliilco intersects. 

* Stanley Park , coal harbor 
Avison Henry, park ranger 

GOEE AVK, from Alexander South to 
Prior. 

RAST SIDE. 

24 McFarlaue Joseph Walter, secretary Water- 
Works 
•26 Saunder Henry John, druggist 

Broad Frank, butcher 
*28 Munroe — , C. P. R. wharf 

Powell intersects. 

50 Cameron John Daniel, carpenter 

Cameron Miss Evelyn Edith, dressmaker 
52 Tays Alexander, expressmaa 
5(> St. Luke's Church 

Oppenhi-imer intersects. 

Hastings intersects. 

* Vacant house 

313 Scott Robert, bricklayer 
Bennett Thomas, laborer 

Princess intersects. 

* Peterson L. A. tailor 
Nelson Mrs. Charlotte 
Nelson L. P., lumberman 
Cope Joseph Alfred, well sinker 
StatFord John, well sinker 

* Mityne Thomas, carpenter 

Keefer intersects. 

Harris intersects. 

Barnard intersects. 

Prior intersects. 

* Slade John, painter 
Slade John Edward, clerk 

* Gribble Charles Henry, upholsterer 

WEST SIDR. 

*2l Elson — , speculator 
23 Hall William, carpenter 

Oppenheimer intersects. 

107 McKay George 

Hastings intersect!. 

* Studden Frederick, steamer Pearl 
Studden Alfred, waiter 

Princess ave intersects. 

Ke^'er intersects. 



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* Brechi Robert, bookkeeper 

* Grav John Henry, engineer 

* MfCauley Charles W., manager Gas Works 

* Rae George, contractor 

Harris intersects. 

Barnard intersects. 

Prior intersects. 

* Ewart Thomas, carpenter 

GRANVILLE, from Cordova to False 
Creek 

EAST BIDK. 

Bastings West intersects. 

202 Custom House 

Bowell John Moore, collector 
Johns Isaac, deputy collector 
Worsnop Charles Artiiiir, cashier 
McDonald Bozville Robi-rt, clerk 
Webster George C, chief landing waiter 
Ralston Colin C, landing wait«r 
Watson W. H., landing waiter 
Fagan Joseph, landing waiter 
Bowser Prank, locker 
Charman Frank, messenger 

204 Robertson Archibald M., M.D. 

Robertson Frank M., clerk C.P. Lands 
Chipman George F. 

Penderjintersects, 

New block 

■Dunsmuir intersects. 
316 Vacant 
316 MageeMiss Eleanor, dressmaker 

Greer Miss Jessie, dressmaker 

McGregor Miss Jessie, dressmaker 

Partridge Mias Emma, rir^ssmaker 

Magee Miss Carrie, dressmaker 

Miigee Miss Edith 

Magee Mrs. I. 

Magee Miss May 

Clark Charles, crockery, etc. 
320 United Trust (The) (Liil.) of Liverpool 

Canadian & American Alortgage & Trust 
Co. (Ltd.) 

Legg (lordon Tyson, agent 

McMullen Alfred Lewis, dry goods 

Vacant store 
41i> Carroll John T., M.D. 

Herod John, contractor 

Cook Charles, engineer V. E. Light 

Lindsay Mrs. Katharine, wid 

Lindsay Miss Katharine 

Lindsay Miss Alina 
416J Draper Arthur Wellington, druggist 

Tite John Reynolds, drug clerrk 

* New York block 

Carter Chas., jun., music dealer 

* ScouUar E. S., & Co., stoves and house fgs. 



Golquhoun Robert A , clerk 

• Carter C. k C, music store 
Carter Charles, sen. 
Carter Charles, jim. 

* C.P.R. General olfices 

genbral hupt's. oppicb. 

Abbott H., gen supt 

Geddes J. P., secy 

Dinsmore T. W., clerk 

Townley J. W., assf. to gen supt 

Suckling A. E., clerk 

PAY ROLCS DKPT. 

Henderson Stanley, chief clerk 
Smith E. F., clerk 
Kidd W. J., clerk 
Pew S. G., clerk 

VOUCIIBK DEPT. 

MuUhall J. J., chief clerk 
Angus Richard, clerk 

STATIO.NEUY DEPT. 

Wright L. H., agent 

CAR accountant's DEPT. 

Morrow Geo. L., acting car acct 

ASST. SUPT'S. OFFICE. 

Downie VVm., asst supt 
Brett R. E., clerk 

DKSPATCHER'S OFFICE. 

Miller W. (J., chief despatcher 
Stevens A. E., despatcher 
Hayden Frank W., despatcher 

GBN. FREIGHT AND PASS. DEPT. 

Brown D. E., asst gen. frt. and pass, agent I 

Loutit J. J., chief clerk 

Cameron A., clerk 

Bourne A. S., clerk 

Heathcote 6. V. clerk 

Stewart F. W., clerk 

Robertson D., clerk 

LOCAL AflBNCT. 

Gonnon H. E., agent 
Brown J., chief cleric 
Forrest W. H., cashier 
Melntosh W. D , clerk 
SchoKeld J. H., clerk 
McCreary J., clerk 
Apens R. A., clerk 
Moore F. J., clerk 
Pickering W., clerk 
Schofield P. J., clerk 

TICKET AGENT. 

Brown Geo. McL., agent 
Townley R., asst agent 



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Sinclair P. U., agent 

PDItCH.VSINO DKPT. 

Dana A. J., asst |)urchusiii<; agt 
Barker (J. F., clerk 

TREASURY OEPT. 

Salsbury W. P., local treas 
iJiuitn L. N., cashier 

PAVMASTBIl'S UKPT. 

Wilgress II. T., pa/nmster 

LAMD DEPARTMENT. 

* C.P.R. Land Department 
Browniiij; Jolin Milne, commissioner 
Paintpr Hurry John, accountant 
Rubertiion Francis Mullock, cleik 
Hiuurt James Duff, clerk 

C.P.R. Telegraph office 
Young William B , local mgr 

* Vacant store 

* Dominion Brewing & Bottling Wori«a 
Mitchell k Scpiier, props 

Mitchell W. Fred. 

SS()uier William Harvey 

Mi'.Mullen James, bottler 

Upstairs 

Usburn William 

List George S. 

Williams Sidney, C.E. 

Williams John T., C.E. 

Suckling A. K., clerk C.P.R. 

Gibson George F., C.P.R. 

Gill Lister, clerk 
462 Simpson Bros., mer tailors 

Simpson Zuchariah 

Simpson John 

Murphy Mrs. Agnes, tailoress 
464 McLean Malcolm Gordon, liquorsandiigars 

Peake James, clerk 

Mee Charles, C.P.R. police 

Watson Samuel 

Horton Nicholas, carpenter 

Georgia intersects. 

WEST SIDE. 

Hastings West intersectt. 

209 Vacant 

211 Sliaver Nicholas, plasterer 

Shaver John, plumber 

Shaver James 

Pender internects. 

* Rand Bros., branch office, real estate 
Rand Edwin, manager 

Diplock A. B., salesman 
Ferris Percy, clerk 

* Brown D. E. 
Lambert Joseph, barber 



Richwrds S. 0. 
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Dunsmuir inttrsfCts. 

* Skene William, whol. dry goods 
425 VMCiint 

427 Allen William John, mechanic 
429 Spear John, gardener 

Matthews T. H., contractor 

Matthews Sidney, carpenter 

Seeker Robert, waiter 

Georgia interiectn. 

GRANVILLE, from Gooi-gia to False 
Croek. 

nOTH SIURS. 

* Hotel Vancouver 

* Sir Donald A. Smith Block 

* New block 

* New block 

RobsoH intersects. 

* New block 

* Saloon 

* Vacant store 

* Vacant new block 

* Green John Alban 

* Vacant store 

Smiths intersects. 

* Marsden Henry, clerk 
Marsden .Miss Mary 
Marsden .Miss Margaret Annie 
Marsden Miss Ben ha 

McLachlan 0., of Shannon & .McLacblaa 

* Vermilyea Block No. I vacant 

Nelson intersects. 
Helmcken intersects. 

* ClowesJohn, carxpnter 

* McKenzio John, , m mason 
McLeod Malcolm, logger 

* Dubberley Joseph, mariner 

Davie intersects. 

* Golden Gate Hotel, William Herbert Field 

prop 
Robinson Frederick Charles B.O, 
Holman Lewis, merchant 
Nelson Charles 
Fuller — , foreman St. Ry. Co. 
McApin Colin, ship builder 
Long Cecil 

Bushnell J. H., engineer C.P.R. 
Merriman C. B., real estate 

* Granville strecit Dining Hall, Harry King 
Sargeant, prop 



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Larsson Miss Annie F., cook 
McLeod Colin, blacksmith 
McLeod J,, bookkeeper 



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Blinii Frank, at Lcnnijr & K>le 
lluilaon Kdiiiiind, engineer 
{Stewart — 

Fader John Glijali, of Fader Bros. 
Fader Maymird 1'., clerk 
Di(n])hinee VVillium, bookkeeper 
Fader Hiliw, of Fader Broa. 
Fader K., A Co., (jroceriea 
tiaraden ilinry, clerk 

Drake intersects. 

* Colonial Hotel, Albert Dlcbel, prop. 
AkKay Albert 

Jones Kdward, carpenter 

Wiess Jncob Evnld, inrner 

Maling Wallace, niillhand 

Hennessy Tlumias K,, fireman C.P.R. 

JIcNabb J , fireman C.P.R. 

Kennedy Willium, C.P.R. 

Fraser Simon, C.P.I?. 

Skifflngton George, C.P.R. 

Roclion J. A , arpenter 

Clnson Thomas, engineer C.P.R. 

* Vacant new block 

Pacijic intersects. 
Railwai) Truck intersects, 

* Fader Bros., saw mill 
Fader Albert 

Fader John Elijah 
McLeod John Angus, bookkeeper 
Foster John Rupert, manager 
Mahoney John, tun-man 
Hudson Edmund, engineer 
Errington James, niillhand 
Parker I. R , millband 
MacCove A., filer 
Thompson George, millhand 
McEwan John, tallyman 
Sargeant Henry King, tallyman 
Carl-on Frederick, watchmau 
HotTar S. G., yardman 
Fadder Ma.\nard P., clerk 

* Donohue k Boutilier, sash & door factory 
Donohue John T. 

Ko'itilier Fnincis 
Danphinee William Ulric 
Donohue M'illiam, engineer 
Hotl'neister Leonard, machine hand 
Ballard A., cariienier 
Baur Joseph, helper 
Wc Hardy Charles, helper 
McDonald A., carpenter 
Maling Wallace, millhand 
Nesbeth Herbert, millhand 

* Heaps E. H., new furniture factory 

* Martin Jo-eph, carpenter 
McLeod Philip, seaman 

'**' McLeod Colin, blacksmith 

* Pomeroy George John, carpenter 



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104 Rawley Jno Copner, house and sign painter 

* Robi-rtson k Hackett, coutractora 
Robertson David 

Mat'kelt James William 
Kaine CharleSj carpenter 
Pepin Theoplide, cariienter 
Falconer Peier, carpenter 

* New Court House 

Pender intersects, 

309 iMcLagan John Campbell, editor " World " 

iMcLagan John, booixkeeper 

.Mandelsloh .Miss .Malihla 
*321 Carter Charles, mu.>*ic store 

Beckett Thomas, painier 

Low C, prop, sir "Pearl" 

Patridge Robert 

Dempter — 
323 ISynions Ct:arles, merchant tailor 
325 Wiight Albert W., grocer 

Doidge Lanncelot, carpenter 
327 McLeod John Uricbar, mail clerk 

Muilaw Jessie, widow William 
329 Rounsefell John, leal estate 

Rounsefell George 

Rounselell Krank, bookkeeper 

Rounsefell Anbry. clerk 

Rounsetcll .Miss .Mary 
*33lBHuks George, machinist 

Vunsmuir intersects, 

* First Baptist Church 

* Kennedy rev. Janiea Bell, pastor First 

Baptist Church 

* Young Frank, of Cope & Young 
Cope Frederick, of Cope & Vouug 

* York Archibald, grocer 

* Xew house 

* New house 

433 Johnston James Irvine, merchant tailor 
Risein Miss Annie 
Kerfoot William John 

* New house 

* Gillies Imniel Webster, bookkeeper 
Buie Miss Nellie 

* Vacant 

Georgia intersects, 

* Bain William A., carpenter 

* Mullen John Samuel, lather 

* Barker Robert, plHSterer 
Barker Christoplier, jilasterer 

* Oldfield John William, carpenter 

* JlcClenathen Arthur Frederick, carpenter 
Perkins Henry, carpenter 

Rohson intersects, 
Smithe intersects. 



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* MoLachliin Duniol. C.P.R. 

• I'oreiit Aluxaiiiiur, yard master C.P.R. 

T/iiirloii< inte'necti. 

30 Oalbraith JuliiM F,, Jnjianeso store 

• Shaiinnn — , of .Shmmon Si McLachlan 

* Ik'i'U'aiix (Icorge K., grocer 
Nelson liana 

• .New hoMsf' 

• Mrtfkay Uohcrt, real estiito 
Darcay Mrs, Maria, widow 

♦ Haldwin Ocorf,'!' Frodcrirlc, city treasurer 

* ('ojlins Ileni'j, dry goods 

♦ Vnc.nt 
New liouse 

Bute intersects. 

* Bowell John, collector of Customs 

ff<'rvis intirsrcts. 

* Robinson Fleming, C.lMl. 

Jiroitghton intersects. 

Nicola intersects. 

Carihro intersects. 

Btdii'i'll intersects. 

Denman interacts. 

Gilford intersects. 

Chilco intersects, 

HARRIS, from FaJHo Crock to Boun- 
dary iiv. 

100 Crowder k Peiizer, coal 

CrowdtT Stanley 

Penzer Kdward 

SmitS — , temnster 
108 Graham llu<rli 
110 Gerrard Allan 
112 .Murray (!!liaile-< William 

Gerrard Miss Minia L. 

We^'tminster av intersects. 

204 Freeman Thomas 

Chick Percy J., di'iiu.:litsman 

Stacey William V. , plasterer 
208 Hamlin William .iMmes, laborer 
210 iMatneson .Malcolm 

Matlieson — , tallyman R. C. P.M. 
212 Berry H. A. 

Bell Francis 

Johnsun Andrew 

Hardy Georjje 

Atkinson Holly 

Cook Edward 

Calder Eliza, wid. Wm., housekeeper 



214 Cftrriere Mitchell, teamster 
Ciirricre Zi'ni)|)hilp 
Carriere .Miss Adclina 

218 Doyle Aiidrt .v, fxprtssman 
222 Sargent Fretlerick, carpenter 

Hewitt .Joseiih, (armi-r 
209 MePhalcn Oanlcl, contractor 

Pinchbeck GiMtrgc 
211 Stewart Dornild M., teaming 

Siewtrt .Miss Anna 

Stewart Oliarles 
213 Casclinan Hanson, carriage trimmer 

I)iTrick Aaron, carpenter 

215 iMcKmnon Daniel, stonecutter 
McKinn(ni Jolin, laborer 

224 .McLennan Angus. 

217 McDonald John, checker 

22H Vacant 

22.'> Roedde Gustave Adolphe 

• Foley Jame* Murnis, ilriver 
Foley Patrick W., tisherman 

227 Ward Robert C , carriage maker 
229 (loliaon Tliomaj Hood 
^A'i Hiitson James, plasterer 
•jiW .Malheson — , einp. V- C. F. 
I:i9 Rue George, contractor 

(Ji.ie av tulersfcts . 

Garden >Villiam, tea merchant 
Garden John 
Garden William, jr. 

JJunlevn av intersects. 

HASTINGS WEST, from Carroll to 
Biirrard. 

SOUTH sinie. 

6 Pound George, printer N. Adv 
Pound George, jun., apprentice 

12 O'Toole k lliilpli. cornice shop 

30 .Vortbern hotel, Scott & Lillie, props 
Scott Samuel .Voblo 
Lillie Tliomas W. 

40 Vacant 

64 Veysey Charles Cladius, blacksmith and 
carriage shop 
Morrison Thomas, blacksmith 
Woods All)ert, blacksmith 
Creelmau Duncan, woodworker 

Abbott intersects. 

* Whitiside — , tailor 
Cook — 

Sam Lee, laundry 
112 Spillman E , painter 

McDonald — 
114 MctJall Arthur Simpson, carpenter 
138 Walker Arthur, janitor 

Swain Wiley, Janitor 
140 Spencer Mrs. Caroline, wid, laundry 
142 Myles Robert Johnson, peddler 
144 Vacant 



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162 New* AilviTtiser book biti'lery 
Rodde Oiistave A , hdokbimier 
Mallandiiino Frederick, ruler 
Wood Miss Emily 
Cao Miss Louise 
Cao Mi;ss Italia 

Camliie intersects. 

Cook E Iwurd, contractor brick and stone 
Winsor Will am, bookkeeper 

Hamilton begins. 

226 Robertison Robert, stoves and tinware 

Kav Alexander, tinner 

Gallagl,er \V. H. 
230 Leamy k Kyle, lumber merchants 

Leamy James 

Kyle (xeorge F. 

Woods John (Jporgp. manaetPr 

McDongall Aixanier. bookkeeper 

Carter Cliarles Henry, cnller 

Homer intersects, 

310 Blomqnist F. M., painter 

Fisher (Jeorpe, puinter 
SlOiAllan Wm. FredericK 

Allan (ieorpe Lawson 

Allan Wm. Andrew, clerk 

Allan Miss Eleanor M. 

Evans Divid 

Awrey Peter 
312 Major it Pearson, real estate 

Major Charles (J. 

Pearson Th"s. Robson 

Hall James Z., nanaj^er 

Confederation Lite Assoeiation 

Royel Fire Ins. Co. of Livert)ool 

National Fire Ins. Co. of Ireland 

Brown Charles L , clerk 

Hooper Thomas, architect 

Wood Wm. Henry, clerk 

Trevor Ernest, draughtsman 

Richards intersects, 

400 Cope k Young, dry goods 

(Jope Fred. 

Young Francis Henry 

Reid Georgre Lewis, clerk 

Bertrand Miss Virginia, clerk 
408 Shelton & Co., furniture 

Shelton Henry Thomas 

Wilson W. A. 

McFarlane Frank, cabinetmaker 

Taylor William, upholsterer 
412 Weeks & Ford, grocers 

Weeks Geo. W. 

Ford James A. 

Steele Wm , driver 
414 Vacant Hats 
416 Vacant store 
4Ib Vacant store 



438 Bank of British Columbia, James Cooper 
Keitl?. manager 

Rhodes Harry, accountant 

Slater Charles Richard, paving teller 

Gibson Frs. James P., rec. teller 

Harvey Richard Garnham, ledger keeper 

Stewart John, ledger keeper 

Heatlicott Bruce, <'lerk 

Patterson Thimias 11., clerk 

Finlayson Wm. Henry, clerk 

Fox Pittrick, messenger 
440 Blink of .Montreal, Ciimibell Sweeney, mgr 

Buchan'ui A. II., accoiiniant 

Beaven Wm. J., ledger keeper 

Cummins Fred. C, clerk 

Pledger R., messenger 

Sei/iiioiir intersects, 

526 Leland house 

Pront & Insley 

Prout Wm. 

J;-!sley John E. 

Coi.''*ng Edward, bartender 

Prob»r, Miss AMce, waitress 

McGee Miss A- nie, waitress 

Gibson Miss Annie, waitress 
530 Berteau.x & Co, grocers 

Berteaux (Jeorge K, 

Cooper Richard, clerk 

Granville I'ntersccts. 
Noicrii sioB. 

7 Fewster Philip, & Co., feed and grain 

Fewster Philip 

Fewster ('aleo 

Fewster Ernest 

Powell Ernest. < lerk 

Fewster Miss Eva 

Fewster Howanl, clerk 
11 Roblin Frank H., band sawyer 
* — Louis, expressman 
31 Brun3;vick hotel, P. Carey, prop 

Carey J., barlender 

Powers James, C.r.R. 

Carrol R., plumber 

Evans E., printer 

('a rev M. 

Powers W. 
75 BonyerS., sawfihr 

Abbott intersects. 
115 V^acant 

117 Grovesnor Wm., clerk 
135 Clute J. S., & I'O., dry goods 

Chile John Stillwell 

C 1 u te James M i II i gan 

Sloan William, clerk 
137 Vacant 

139 Young Men's Christian Association, G. A, 
Chari.ock, gen sec'y 

Freure E. W., asst gen secy 

Cambie intersects. 



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Webster & Co., ftuciioneera 
Webster William 
Quick W. J. 



Bailey & N; 
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Bailey Charles S. 
Ncelanils Hamilton George 
229 Skinner Arthur Ernest 

Skinner Mrs. Hnd Miss, bdg bouse 
Skinner Mr.-f. ?. 
Skinner Miss Elizabeth 

Homer intersects, 

309 Post Office, Jonathan Miller, postmaster 

Miller Bertram, clerk 

Gilinore Alexander, money order clerk 

Morton Thomas, rejr. letter clerk 

Willis Walter, clerk 

Barker Miss Kate, clerk 

Connon William, clerk 

Raebiirn Miss Kate, clerk 

IJooiiey John K., mail clerk 
311 Brown H. A. 

Rathborne Miss Mary Agnes, artist 

Gilmore Alex., P (). clerk 
313 Hoss & Ceperley, real estate and insurance 

Boss Arthur Wellington 

Ceperley Henry Tracey 

Rounsf'ell Frank Wm., bookkeeper 

Bounsfell Charles Aubrey, ins. clerk 

Hob^on George Wni., ina. canvasser 

Brown Ernest W., clerk 

Vancouver Electric Hy. & Light Co., R. P. 
Cook, pres. ; H. E. McKee, vice-pres 

Ceperley H. T., sec-treas 

Phoenix Fire Ins. Co. of London 

Commercial Union FireAssr. Co. 

Scottish Union and National F'ire Ins. Co. 

Liverpool and London and Globe Fire Ins. 
Co. 

JRxmx Fire [ns. Co. of Hartford 

Hartford Fire Ins. Co. 

Western Fire Assurance Co. 

British America Fire Assr. Co. 

Royal Canadian Fire Ins. Co. 

Phoenix Fire Ins. Co. of Brooklyn 
315 Vacant 
317 Medical hall, Sorensen & Co., druggists 

Sorensi n (iuslavo Julius 

Rooke Tlios. Siephens, druggist 
323 'latliison Robert, jun., job printer 

Sanders Wm. Hector, printer 

Wilson Wm., printer 

Fraser Wm., clerk 

Richards intersects- 
4 Stores uniinished 

Seymour intersects, 

511 Ponsford Bros., Page, furnishing goods 
Ponsford Page 



Ponsford Harold 
513 Innes k Richards, real estate 

Innes Fre(!erick ('ollelon 

Richards Stephen Ormonde 

Beasley Alexander Ferrler, clerk 

Emmanuels Samuel Jobu, insurance can- 
VHSser 

City of London Fire Ins. Co. 
515 Mozely Henry L., barber 

Foster E A., barber 

Miles J. W,, haiber 
517 Sansom & Dawson, architects 

Sanson! Charles Wyndham H. 

Dawson John Wililing 

Fabian Bruno, draiitrhtsraan 

HofTar N. S., architect 

Mitchell David S. M , draughtsman 

Eveleigh Sidney M., draughtsman 

Charles Tilley.supt Burrard Inlet and New 
WesimiiAster Telephone Co. 

Lindsay Miss Ella, ojierator 

Cameron Miss Linda, ojierator 
519 Dijilock & Osburn, crockery and glassware 

Diplock Arthur B. 

Osborii William 

Wilson Ilarrj', clerk 
i 519.J Barker k Mackav, real estate 

Barker Ernest Edward 

Mackav Robert G. 
521 Leiand house, rooms 
523 Shannon & .McLaclilan, real estate 

Shannon William 

McLachlan Charles 

Granville intersects. 

BOTH SIDES. 

612 Jones Samuel, laborer 

Harris Jnmes. laborer 

Nettleton John, laborer 
614 .McGliie & McLuckie, builders and contrs. 

Alctihie — 

McLuckie — 
(325 West End Saloon vacant 

JInwe intersects. 

* Abbott Harry Braiihwaite, gen. supt. 
Western Div. C.P.R. 
759 Ferguson Alfred Graham, capitalist 

Dixon Miss Grace E, 
718 Salsl)ury William Ferriman, local treas 
C.P.R. 
W'ales Miss Anna M. 

Hornby intersects. 

724 Bewicke Percival H., broker 
732 Townley James T-, C.P.R. 
Townley C. R., C.P.R. 

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6 Gray Tliomas, merchant tailor 

Lagg Frank, tailor 
10 Spooner John, carpenter 
14 Lepage Lemuel, butcher 

Gibson John, butcher 

Irwin John 
16 McGaiii & Menzies, carpenter 

McGain — 

Menzies — 

Columbia Carriage Works, Andrew T. Mc- 
Nabb, prop. 

Birehall Caleb, bookkeeper 

Ray John, blacksmith 

Wood R. C., wood worker 

Elliott — , wood worker 

Caley Harry, carriage painter 

Casselman Ransom, carriage trimmer 

Gibson Jolin, blacksmith 

Columbia ao inlersectt. 

104 Vacant 

114 Lane Arthur, carpenter 

Stewart Allan Campbell, teacher 

Stewart Donald Campbell, tailor 

Stewart Miss Emily C.. teacher 

Ouellette Frank, l(>t;ger 

Palmer D. W., laborer 
116 Davis John A. 

Deal Mr^. Elizabeth, wid. Amos 

Stevenson Eady, liomceopathic physician 
130 Vancouver Water Works 

Xicksou J. J., superintendent 

Harrison William, blacksmith 

^Mnclibeck George, laborer 

Rourke (Jeorge A., pipe layer 

Macaulay Charles W., surface layer 

Fox James, corker 

Stewart James, laborer 
134 Murray David B., contractor 

Duflf Joseph H., clerk 

Westminster av intersects. 

* Seydon & McGarrigle 
Seydon Charles 
McGarrigle Thomas 

* Teman Stephen A., carpenter 

* Garden \Vm„ k Sons, wliol. teas 
Garden William 

Garden John 
Garden William, jr. 

Gore av intersects. 

416 Carmichael Dougald 

422 Baker Frederick, V.C.F. 

424 Upton Miss Elizabeth, music teacher 
Bolton Henry 
Hugh John S., law clerk 
King Elliott, ageui Equitable Life 



426 M Nabb Andrew T. 

Stewart James DulT 

42j O'idfrey Alexander 

Dunlevi/ av intersects, 

O'Rcurke James Giltiert 
Miles Robert, peddler 
Caldu'ell Ham'">1 Clayton, cornicemaker 
464 McCoi.nell Gilbert Smith 

Jackson av intersects. 

Carl av intersects, 

G02 Simon Albert 

Ralph Miss Marion 

* Vacant new house 

634 J^mith Malcolm, carpenter 

Featherly Georj;e 
640 Pollock Herbert, moulder 

Orr Hugh, moulder 

Orr Jane, wid James 

lleatlij ave intersects. 
Ilnwks ave intersects. 

* Dougherty James H , shipwright 
Dougherty Miss Jane 

* New house 

* Fox — 

Campbell ave intersects. 
Jiaymur ave intersects. 

NOKTH SIDK. 

9 Cook iward, contractor 

Babcoek William George, millwright 

Towler William, bricklayer 
11 Fox James M., contractor 
K! Haines Artnur, real estate 
17 McKeovvn — , night watchman 

Townsind Mrs., tailoress 
17j Cascade Laundry, Jamej Nelson, prop. 

Gibbons Mrs. Martha 

Roland Mrs. M try Alice 

Armour Frederick, carpenter 
25 Kraser Angus, contractor 

McDonald J. (}., contractor 
29 French William James, painter 
31 Law James, fruits and contectionery 
35 Axford Clias. 
37 Urcpihart Hugh Archibald, whol. liquors 

Bellaiiger William 



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Hale John Paul, grocer 
H-ile Miss Millie, clerk 
lliile Georce, apprentice 
Teschuer Herman, engineer 

Columbia av. intersects. 

109 Livingstone James, farmer 

Livingstone Mrs. Catherine, bdg. house 
Livingstone Miss Sarah 



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Livingstone Miss Mary Ann 


McLeod John, laborer 




Livingstone Miss Eliza 


Harris G. C, carpenter 




Livingstone Miss Alice 


Menzie Charles, painter 




Livingstone George, laborer 


205 Leatherdale Donald, teamster 




Livingstone James, jiin. 


Edwards Harry, steward 




Lyncli Miss Ann, dressmaker 


207 McGarrigle Edward J. 




RiUston C. C, customs otiicer 


McGarrigle Thomas, teacher 




Hunter — 


209 Simon Bernard, mer. tailor 




Kraf't Louis, carpenter 


Simon Miss Amelia 




Lillie Leslie John, teamster 


211 McKinmm Angus, contractor 




Livii'gstone VVilliiiiu, carpenter 


Irvine Edward, laborer 




Pollard Henry, laborer 
Gieer Fred. 






Gore av. intersects. 




Collier W. R. 
Ill Brown E. A., real estate 

Sydon Clias., of Sydon & McGarrigle 
113 Ravcroft Richard, plasterer 


311 Johnson John, e.xpressman 

Fowler .Melick, farmer 
313 Taylor William Arthur, carpenter 

Allardyce Lewis, eleclriciar 




* Robinson Arthur G., laborer 


Allardyce .Miss Margaret, nurse 
Allardyce Mrs. Margitret. wid. Jog. 
Frost — , bookkeeper 




115 Canii>l)ell Duncan A., teamster 
Campbell Alexander 


nurse 


G(Mnlreau I'hilion P., scavenger 


317 Kemp James 
Kemp James A. 




117 Palmer Henry Tiiomas 




Palmer Joseph William 


319 Smith Edward 




P:ilmer Robert Vernou 


Smith George, driver 




Edwards Adam 


321 Crow John, cigarmaker 




119 Bucknall — 


323 .McKiiiiion Thomas, contractor 




123 Briulahaw Joseph, laborer 


327 MacGowrth A. H. B. 




Harvey George, car))etiter 


MacGowan William S. 




Halawell Joseph, Inborer 


329 Grassie W. H., watchmaker 




Halawell .Mrs. Elizabeth.jwid., nurse 


Fowler Miss Tenie 




125 Hide J. P., grocer 


331 Vacant 




127 Vacant 






lal Friiser Angus Carmicliael, logger 


Dunlevy av, intersects. 




Carroll Mrs. Annie, dre3^!naker 






Ashwortli William, j mitor 


409 Sentell Ephraim Blair 




Holland J M., otJ.M. Holland & Co. 


Seiiiell Alfred James 




Barker \S illiam Jose )h. musician 


Sentell Frederick William 




Donaldson Jiimes. laborer 


Sentell Eilward, farmer 




Barker .Miss Kate, P. 0. clerk 


St-ntell George, tinner 




Barker Alfred James, tinner 


Seniell Miss l<'lorence 




Barker Charles Frederick, clerk 


Fowler .Melick 




Barker Robert, C. P. telej^raph clerk 


415 llem|)liill Robert, contractor 




Leale Victor, coppersmith 


Hem|iliill William, teamster 




137 Vacant 


417 Vacant. 




141 Trythall William John 


423 Blake John P., baker 




Bell'iiny Sidney, apprentice 


425 Blake John P. 




Fold Kraidi, primer 






Penke .Sidney, clerk 


•/acl^.ion av. intersects. 




Trs lli:ill Howard, apprentice 


501 G^iuth Capt. Robert 




Tryiliall Miss Emma 
143 Wilson .Mrs. Louisa, wid. B. H. 


511;") Stewart James, clerk 




509 Bohlolsky — 




Morr.sou JauuM, real estate 




Aggasou Miss Elsie, dome.stic 


Carl av. intersects. 




WeslminH<r av. intersects. 


Ileatley ao. intersects. 








* Kent Mis. Rebecca, bdg. house 






Kent .Miss Sadie 


701 Carlisle James D. 




Kent Howard 


.Mcllin James Al. 




Kent (Jeiirgp, painter 


• Vacant 




Fromme George, truckman 


* Vacant 




McLeod James, clerk 
Black James, carpenter 


liaivks av, intersects. 








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BOTH SIDES. 

Alexander intersects. 

*" What Cheer" House, Robert Campbell, 
prop. 
Crawford Thora.vs Francis, bartender 
Jenkins J. P., laborer 
Williams John 
McLean Archibald, cooper 
O'Brien M , moulder 
Dunn Bert. K., muchinist 
Emerson Edward, boilermaker 
McLean — , VHncouver city foundry 
Clayton I'harlcs, blacksmith 
May George W., Vancouver city foundry 
Bragg — , mouliter 

Powell intersects. 

Oppenheimfr intersects, 

• Cad Mrs. Ada, wiilow 
Christie Miss Kate H. 
Cummins Mis* Mabel 
Cummins Alexander Christie 
Cummms Fred. Christie, clerk 

UdstinffS East intersects. 

Princess intersects, 

Keefer inti'rsects. 

Harris intersects. 

Barnard intersects. 

Prior intersects. 

Grove Crescent ends. 

HOMP^It, from Cordova to Drake. 

• McCartney Alan E, architect 

• Harrison Legh Richmond, barrister 

• Hrtllett Isaac H., bKrrister 
Fowler Edward H., clerk 

• Revsbech Andrew, hotelkeeper 
Schmidt Stephen Hem v 
Croteau Eutjcne, bookkeoper 

• D'Gendron Jane Mrs., di-essmaker 
Blair Ediih Miss, dressnniker 
Smith Kale Miss, dressmaker 
Cameron Evelyn Miss, dressmaker 
Dewitt Josie Mi.ss, dressmaker 

• DeWolf A- .Munroe, real estate 
DeWolf George 

Munroe William 

• Williams Bros., surveyors and land agents 
Williams John T. 

Williams Sidney 

Hastings West intersects. 

• Mclntyre Charles, carpenter 

• Summers John, carpenter 



• Douglas house, Douglas J. M. Mrs., prop 
Evans Percy 

Evans Ernest 
Coleman George 
iMcI'hilli])3 L. G., barrister 
Danscraw [jouis 
Hartney Miss, school teacher 
Munroe William 
Scholield F., real estate 
Halleti Isaac H., barrister 

Pender intersects. 

309 Robson Ebenezer Rev. 

Monck Clarence R., marble cutter 
Bent J. H., com merchant 

310 Peters Miss, musician 

311 Shirley Thomas, bailitr 

312 Vacant 

313 iianham Alfred James, butcher 
Banbam Robert John 

315 Morris Alexander 
Gaskell William 
Levy Edmund L. 
Home A. P. 

316 Phipps George Wm., accountant 
Roniang Joseph 

3)8 McllaMy John 

Scott Thomas, carpenter 
McHardy James 
McHardy Annie Miss 

319 Lane D. C , tinner 
Clilt — , tinner 

320 Wait David, contractor 
Saul John, contractor 

323 Hooper Thomas, architect 

Biirchill ClHirles 

Anstie Henry James, jeweller 
326 Wood William Henry, carpenter 

Hailstone William 
32.5 Whitworth Edwin, machinist 
328 McDonald Archibald, carpenter 
33(1 Harris W. James 
330 Kei ne William Lever 

.Malcolm A. G.. architect 

t'auipbell Cores rte Vries, machinist 

Lewis H. B., C.E. 
338 Tilley Seth, stationer 

• Methodist Church, Robson rev. E., pastor 

Dunsmuir intersects. 

340 Bouichier Richard Eaton Capt. 

Marmeite P. 
415 Miidill Ebenezer B. 

lldbinson David, contractor 

Hai'kett — , builder 
423 Fletcher John 

Fletcher Miss 
425 Meelands Thomas 

434 Cassaiiy George 

435 Fader Aliiert 
Bouthillier Francis 

436 Hosker Edward, timekeeper 
Hosker Edward James, engineer 



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Evans William, enf^ineer 
Hosker Nellie Mis3 

438 Cosman WilliHin 
Cosman Whitfield 

439 Shearer John Scoit, teamster 
Blakie Walter, harnessmaknr 

440 Moore Mr-., wid 
Ford James A. 

441 Godfrey Thomas Benson 
Godfrey Laura Miss 

442 McNhI> Allan, engineer 

445 t'hardon Clms. M., contractor 
447 Vacant 

449 Boak AUert Alexander 
Harris P. U.L. 

Mylins Chan. N , carpenter 
Mcintosh John, cmtractor 

450 Ilayden Ilimiilton llavelock 
452 Robinson Robert 

Martin George, real estate 
Magner — 

Georgia inlersects. 

Summers Mis.* Ri'bi'cca 
Summers Miss Fanny 
Tyson John, plasterer 

IluliKoii intersects. 

* Veitch Thomas, teamster 

* Jones John, wrecker 0. P. R. 

* Coughliii Nuihaniel, carpenter 
Coughlin Mrs. Isabel 
Conghlin David, painter 
Coughlin Thomas, hreniaa 

Ae/soii intersects. 

Ilelmrhcn intersects. 

* Perry Richard Francis, builder 
Rodier Udilon, cornice maker 
Lizotle Frank, painter 

» Fortin Wilfn d, carpenter 

* Farrer (Ji'orge Kiliuund, L. L. D. 
Scbeuick Klizubi tli, wid. Thomas D. 

JMrie intersects. 

* Perkins Winter, machinist 

* Vacant 

* Vacant 

* llu'chings Williau) John, laborer 
Mclniiell Joseph, sailor 

Scott (Jcorne II., laborer 
Hassan Frank, turnian 
Haversoii Alex., laborer 
Johnson John, blacksmith 

* Major William, bdg. house 
McGibbon J. W, 

McDonnell James, street grader 
Mclntyre James, laborer 



HORNBY, from Burrard Inlet to Paci- 
fic street 

Hastings intersects. 

fender inlersects. 

* Vacant 

* IJlake J. J., city solicitor 

* Vticant 

* Vacant 



IJunsmuir intersects. 

New house 

New lioiise 

New house 

Towier Wdliam, bricklayer 

McUougall Alexander Mills, bookkeeper 

Georgia intersects. 

Jiobnon intersects. 

Smitke interiects, 

* Fniith Alexander, draughtsman 

* ReiU Jas., night watchman Hoiel Vancouver 

A'elsoH intersects, 

* VaC'int new house 

** Andersoii David, real estate 

* Black James, C.P.R. 

* Vacant 

* Vacant 

* Vacant 

* Vacant 

* Vacant 

* Vacant house 

* Corning Edward, bartender Leland House 

* New hou.>e vacant 

* Wilson William Frederick 

* Tuck F. H., of Black & Tuck 

Ilclmcken interiicts. 
J)arie inlersects. 

* Harris Edwin, carpenter 

* St. Paul's Church, English 

* Mc(!abe Anderson, at Fader Brog. 

* Hoeiir I-idor, at Geo. Hobson 

* Meiizies Edmund, laborer 

* Howard Henry, C.P.R. 

Drake intersects. 

* McEdward Angus, carpenter 

Haws Rici aid Colbert, marine engineer 

* McKenzie Siimuel Francis, ship builder 

* Crawford William, carpenter 

* McCurdie Alexander 
McCuidie John, builder 

McCurdie Mrs. Mary, wido v Alexander 

* Peck Elias James, of Dufly & Co. 

* Vacant 

* luge James 



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McAlistcr John 

JIcAlisier Angus, C.P R. 

McAlisier Miss Lizzie 

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McAlistiT .Miss Crtssie 
1120Little Mark, coppersmith 
1122Pratley George, laborer 

Harris Ernest, laborer 
112-iTnlk7 Jiunes, (J.P.R. 

* Lake T., l.iborer 

* McUartiiey lliiL'h, expressman 

* Waisnii i{obi-rt, stonecutter 
*1129.\IcKenzie Duncan, stonecutter 

Crichiou John, stonecutter 
1131 Vacant 

* Vacant 
1136Hounsome James, carpenter 
*113HFin(lley Peter Preston 
lUOVac.int 

* McP.inanc Mary Catherine, widow Donald, 

bdg. Iiouse 
Cory — , speculator 

* Shaw TlMMias A., speculator 

* Eaton Albrri 8., carpenter 
Lubb Ham lel, at Cassidy's mill 

* Leslie (jref)rge Wa-liinglon, phisterer 
Leslie Charles William, carpenter 

HOWE, from Cordova to Pacilic. 

BOTH SIDES. 

* Vacant shanty 

* Vacant sli:irity 

HuKtings intersects. 
J'emler intersects. 

309 Wood rharjps Arthur, clerk 

Wood Mrs. Henry 
311 Vacant 
313 Fenton G., carfienter 

Lindsay .Miss Lizzie, tniloress 
Poole .Miss Ella, tailoress 

Allan .Miss Jeinie, lailoress 
315 Logan .Mi.-s .Minnie 

Losraii Mi-s Elizabeth 
320 C'aig William, road master C.P.R. 
326 Miller Win. Oscar, chief train desp. C.P.R. 

Downio W. usst sunt C.P.R. 
330 Stirton (leorjic Steven, gerts' furnis'iing 
345 Prest Thomas, real estate 

Smith Samuel 

Marks J., clerk 

Prest .Miss Mabel 
347 Logan Ann, widow David 
349 Ponsford William Page 

Gov ns Mis>- i.lara 
*338Harvey Willium 

Preston Miss Florence 
340 Blackniore William, architect 

Tanner J. S. 



351 Lnngley Theodore Harding 

Emannels J. S., insurance agent 
353 Stoddart Robt. William 
*:i,').'iVacftnt 
357 Purdy Ralph 

Smith Benjamin N. 

CiMiiman Miss Cornelia H. 

Mitcliell Thomas Granville, engineer 
359 Clements John, architect 

JJunsmuir intersects. 

* Manor house Vacant 

420 Crickmay William, civil engineer 
Crickmay Frederick George 
Crickmay Alfred Edward, clerk 
Crickmay E'Igar John, clerk 
Crickmay .Miss Elizabeth Lucy, trained 

nurse of Edinburgh 

421 Consulate, of Japan, Fukashi Sugimora, 

consul 
425 DeWolf George, real estate 
42!t Vacant 

431 Johnson James Lacey, ins. agent 
4;!'} JU'id George Lewis, clerk 
435 Caitnel Daniel 

* Lawn Tennis club grounds 

Georgia intersects, 
liobson intersects. 

* New house 

* New house 

* Varant house 

* Stevens Alfred 

Stevens David Thomas, clerk C.P.R. 

Smithe intersects. 
Nelson intersects. 

* Vacant 

* ih-own John, clerk C.P.R. 
Ih-own Waller, clerk C.P.R. 
Brown Miss Lottie 

Hrown Miss Jennie 

* Vi'ti.ut 

* Vacant 

* Vacant 

* Snillman — , painter 

* Green flarry, plumber 

* Vacant 

* Eraser William, operator C.P.R. 

* Hrookins: James, plasterer 
Hiek-i William, c.irpeiiter 

* McLean .Malcolm (Jeo.. li(pior merchant 

* Gass Frederick Nicholson, C.P.R. 

Uelincken intersects. 

Dai'ie inlirsec't. 

* Hoffmeister Henry, R. C. P. mills 
Ilott'meister Reinhard 
Hoffmeister Fred., millwright 
Hoffmeister Miss Anna Amelia 



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* McAden Janes 

* Lock John, ))()lieeman 
Roblin Nellie, widow Frank 

* Vacant 

* McLeod Ewen, farmer 

* Lyte E. 0-, farmer 
Whittaker George, painter 

1045 Eldon George, laiKiscape gardener 

Nicholson Jotin, laborer 
1110 McDonald Hector Frederick, carpenter 
1112Urook Mrs. 

llOTGregory John, carpenter 
U09Suramer3 Mrs. James 

* Vacant 

* Vacant 

* Vacant house 

* Thome Frederick Clayton, farmer 

* Hunt Edward, coniractor 
Gregory Richard, C P.R. 
Hamer Albert v'lctor, carpenter 

* Master Tluimas, carpenter 

♦1130 Heaps Edward, furniture factory 
l!32Riley William Rus.-ell, painter 
*1134 Smith Joseph, laborer 

* Gamble John Edward, carpenter 

* Vacant 

* Graves Albert Martin, C.P.R. engineer 
Olmstead Albert, carpenter 

JACKSON AVE, from Railway St. 
Grove Cietjceiit. 

WKST SIDE. 

Alexander intersects. 

Powell interserts. 
Oppenheimer intersects. 
llaHtings intersects. 
1 203 Macklin James, real estate 

Princess intersects. 

* McDonell Allen 

Ke^er intersects. 

Harris intersetts. 

Barnard intersects, 

J'rior intersects. 

Orove Crescent begins, 

EAST SIDE. 

Alexander intersects, 

Powell intersects. 

2 Vacant 

Oppenheimer intersects. 

|l04 Wansley William, blacksmith 

|106 Vacant 

1108 Miller William 



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110 Cook William, butcher 

112 Vacant 

114 MciVeill John Robert, roofer 
Millet William Hugh 

Hastings intersects. 

Princess intersects. 

Keefer intersects. 

Harris intersects. 
Barnard intersects. 

Prior intersects. 
Grove Crescent begins. 

JERVIS from Burrard Inlet to English 
B,,y. 

Seaton ends, 

Pender intersects. 

Melville ends. 

* Forbes Richard Smith, foremaa 
Oben Philip, plasterer 

Georgia intersects, 

Alberni intersects, 

Robson intersects. 

Haru intersects. 

Barclay intersects. 

Nelson intersects. 

Comox intersects, 

Pendrell intersects. 

Davie intersects. 

Burnaby intersects. 

Harwood in tersects. 

KEKFKIl, from False Creek to Boun- 
dtiry 11 V. 

113 Yuen Wah, laundry 

* Vancouver Soap Co 

130 Vane iiver Gas Works, Thomas Walter, 

superintendent 
Kemp Henry, main layer 
Peiitelow John George, laborer 
James Harry, stoker 
Round Frederick 
Hodgson Richard Oliver, laborer 
Marion Roliert, gasHtier 

131 Corbett Patrick, laborer 
Struthers Alexander, carpenter 

133 Powell John Lewis, printer 
135 Crane John Joseph, tanner 
Pritchard Thomas, mason 

Westminster ave intersects. 



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* Fowler James Mori-lioiise, farmer 

* Fowler Warren, jiainler 

* Graves Bradford Howard, conductor 

* McKay George, expressman 

* Vacant 

* Crowder John Stanley 

Penser Edward 

Barker Miss Jennie, domestic 

Shrapnel Waller 

Cottree — , butcher 

* Morrin Nelson, logger 
Coulomb Uliarles, painter 

* Caruabau James, teaming 

Oure ave intersects. 

* Bradbury Thomas, contractor 
Scbolos Thomas, stonecutter 
Rannie William A., carpenter 
Ranuie Charles, sou , ciriwnier 
Rannie Charles, jun , carpenter 
Rannie Thomas, hackdriver 

* Hemlow Harry 
Caples Miss Bessie 

« Hone Williiiiii, carpenter 

* Smith Kenneth 

* Foley John, stone mason 

* Adams George, laburer 
Laugham Thomas, butcher 
Adams George, jr. 

* Evans William 
Henry James, i)la3ti'rer 
Evans Thomas, lather 

Dunlevy «v intersects. 

* Jones George Jar-.-^s 

* Losch .nkohl Fiedk, Wm., engineer 

* Wiegand Charles W. 
Sale Miss Sadie 

* McDonald Allan, farmer 
Hanuahan — , carpenter 

Jackson au intersects. 



MELVILLE, from Burrard to Jervis. 

BOTH SI0B3. 

* Mackintosh W. David, freight clerk C.P.R. 

* Fagan William Lawrence 

Fagan Joseph Emanuel, Custom House 

C.P.R. wharf 
Fagan Jame8 Sugere, operator 

* Ross Roderick 
Ross Miss Mary 

* New house 

* Clements William, cnpt. 
Farron George Thomas, student 

Thurlow intersects. 

* New house 

* Vacsnt 

* Newcomb Holmes, capt. 
Ca-nwath Charles, bookkeeper 
Newcomb John, ca'-penier 

* Hambrook Alfred, expressman 
Woolton Thomas, exiiressman 

* McPheison Alex. Joseph, prop. Bodega 

* McKeeley Edward John 

* Nelson Charles, druggist 

Bute intersects. 

* Nickson John Joseph, supt Water Works 

Jervis intersects. 
Pewter intersects. 

NKLSON, from Homer to Stanley Park. 

liichards interxects, 
Seymour intersects. 
Granville intersects. 

llowe intersects. 
Hornby intersects. 
Burrard intersects. 



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* Bodwell David 

* Montgomery Hector, R.C.P. Mills 

* Holmes Christopher, carjient'r 

* MeConuell James, R.C.P. Mills 

* Painter Harry John, acct. C.P.R. 

Westminster ave intersects. 

Qiiehec intersects. 

Ontario intersects. 

Manitolta intersects. 

Columbia intersects. 



Smith Neville. News Advertiser office 

Smith Lister Neville, cashier 

Smith Arthur Neville, bookkeeper 

Smith Miss Florence Neville 

.Mclntyre Daniel 

Melntvre Daniel Frederick 

Toiirllotte Miss Ike 

Alcl.ityre Miss .Mary 

Willman John Thaddeus, contractor 

New house 

Diplock Arthur Bramah 

Gary George, contractor 

Vacant house 

Vacant 

Robjohns Levi, C.P.R. 

Wood George, coniractor 

Thurlow intersects. 



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# Hancox Elijah, carpenter 
Hancox Jamei*, carpenter 

712 Hall James Z , real estate 
Greer Miss Jessie 

# Mizony Artenius, liquor merchant 

# Jones George Bell 

# New house 
Taylor Walter", 
Taylor Edward C. 

Bute intersects. 

,hrvis intersects. 

Broughton inlersecis, 

Hicola intersects. 

Cadero intersects. 

Biwell intersects. 

Denm'in intersects, 

Gilford intersects. 

Chilco intersects, 

NICOLA, from Biirnird Inlet to 
Beach live 

Pender ends. 
Georgia intenecls, 
Alberni intersects. 

* Dubois Peter, stonecutter 

Hoben Mrs. Elizabeih, wid. Philip 

* Mellon Hetiry Augustus, ship broKer 

Rohson intersects. 

* Robinson P., night watchman C .P.R. 

Barclay intersects. 
J^'elson intersects. 

Coinox intersects, 
Pendrill intersects, 

Davie intersects. 
Burnaby intersects, 
llarwood intersects, 

9Tn AVE, from Vine to Prince 
Edward. 

* Cartwright Joseph, carpenter 
Cartwright Frederick, carpenter 
Cartwright George, carpenter 

Westminster road intersects, 
Westminster ave intersects, 

* Street Richard, expressman 

* Vacant house 

* Tidy Thomas, bricklayer 
Meddler William, carriagemaker 



Quebec intersects. 

* Cartwright William, C.P.H wharf 
Cartwright Henry 

* Mills R., boots and shoes 

Ontario intersects. 

* Kemp William Andrew, carpenter 

Manitoba intersects, 

* Haugh Thomas, carpenter, 

Columbia intersects. 

* Power Richard, captain 

ONTAEIO, from Front to 15th av 

Dufferin intersects, 
Lome intersects. 
5th ave intersects. 
6lh ave intersects. 
1th ave intersect!, 
Sth ave intersect*. 
9th ave intersects, 
Idth ave intersects. 

* Fuller Joseph Webster, driver 

IIM ave intersects. 
I'lth ave intersects. 
13th ave intersects. 
\Ath ave intersects. 

\bth ave intersects. 

OPPENHKIMER, from Carroll to 
Boundary av. 

MOKTH SIDE. 

Room 1 Knox William 
" 2 Black Thomas Thomson, solicitor 
notary pul)lic 
Niagara Mercantile Agency of Niaeara 
Falls, N.Y., T. T. Black, solicitor 
'< 3 Quinn 'ihomas Francis, dentist 
" 5 Mncgowan A. H. B. 

Mncgowan — 
" 6 Vancouver Board of Trade, A. H. B. 

Macgowan, secy. 
3 Powis & Whitehetid, real estate 
Powis John 

Whitehead John Martin 
White William, clerk 
13 Vacant 
• Stable 

39 Wells James D., produce 
Wells Chester Philip, clerk 
Mctibane Joseph, clerk 

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Dovler D. L., painter 

McGatty John, iiHiiiter 

WcFee Jumes Wai-hington 

Dewitt Miss Josephine, dressmaker 

Dewitt Miss Louise 

Peterson — , tailor 

Foran — , clerk 
111 Vacant 
113 White William, laborer 

Moore William Henry, laborer 

Armstrong Isaac, blacksmith 

Gorranica Louis 
121 Langis Henri Evariste, M.D. 

[Veitminiiter av iiileisects. 
129 Murray George K., contractor 

McDonald Duncan D., carpenter 
127 Doig William, sec. foreman C.P.R. 
203 Stevens Fred. B. 
207 Elliot James 
219 Dove Miss Constance, Kindergarten school 

Dove Miss Mary 

Dove Miss May 
297 Sullivan Arthur Willis 

Sullivan Mis Josephine, wid. Philip 

Sullivan Charles E. S., musician 

Oore av intersects. 

301 St James Church Anglican 

St James School 

Campbell H. J., M.A. 
309 Clinton rev. Heury Fiennes, rector of St. 

James 
311 St Luke's Home, private hospital, Sister 
Francis, superioress 

Hobbes Miss Kate, nurse 

Brown Mrs. Elizabeth, widow, nurse 

Purchea Mrs. Helen, widow 

Hutchingson Miss Agues, domestic 

Crickmay Miss Mabie 
313 Gibson Francis P. 

Austin Mrs. Marion, wid., domestic 
315 Cramer William, barber 
319 .More John James, carpenter 

More Miss Anna 
323 Edwards rev. Henry, Ch. E. 

Campbell James, M. A. 
325 Eckstein Mrs. Mary, widow 

Xelson Frederick Franklyn 

Crook Miss — , dressmaker 

Eckstfcin Miss Dullie 
327 Itobertson Gedeon, real estate 

R bertson Miss Annie li. 
329 Bolton — 

331 Armstrong William Henry, contractor 
333 Cooke Richard Plunket, t;.E. 

Belmont Miss Polly, domestic 

JJunlevy av intersects. 
Jackson av intersects, 

* Mee George, laborer 
Mee Edmund Smith, driver 



Carl av intersecUi. 

* Boyd Thomas Henry, contractor 
Biggart Mrs. Zirniah, tailoress 
Biggart Miss Loetia B 

* Campbell Malcolm Luvett 
Kearney Miiss Augusta, milliner 
Kearney Miss Maude, dres-smaker 

* Vacant 

* Ross Hubert James, laborer 
Ross Miss Abbey B., dressmaker 



Ileally av. intersects. 

* Tetley Moses B. 

* Vacant 

* Vacant 

IIiia\:H av. intersects. 

* Kelly -, R.C.P. Mills 

Campbell av, intersects, 

Raymer av. intersects, 

SOUTH Sinn. 

4 Engleman Edward Valentine, barber 

(i (Jreen R. E., eni|). agent 

8 Taylor VViliirtUi Johu, undertaker 

20 Matbeson 

22 Vucanl 

28 Witich Fr.ink Kent, carriage maker 
Newman Walter, blacksmith 

16 New Building 

Columbia av. intersects, 

104 Rea & Elliott, carringemakers 

Hea Johu Routledge 

Elliot James 
128 Mutrie Henry 
132 Thornton John Brown, grocer 

Bain Donald, stonecutter 

V'erxa Devere, ap|irentice 
136 Presbyterian Church, rev. T. G. Thomson, 
pastor 

Westmin.i/er av. intersects. 

208 Perkins Charles Eilward, logger 
210 Melviu John George, watchmaker 

Gore av. intellects. 

302 Law — , principal High School 

Orr Miss Agnes, nur.^e 
304 Freeman Cecil Childe 
30ij Ellis Cliarle.s, barber 
308 Whitehead James 

Powis John 

Chamock G. A. 
326 McLeod rev., Presbyterian 
330 Boulibee John, barrister 

Boultbee Miss Heltr. 

— Alice Miss, domestic 
334 Maclean Malcolm A. 

Pordage Miss Edith, domestic 
Dunley av. intersects . 



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400 Thompson rev. Thomas G. 

Donohue Miss Ida, dome^itic 
406 Brown — , second hand dealer 
413 Winch Richard Vance 
416 Robertson Oideon, gents' furnishings 
418 Silverman K. 

Harris Mrs. Lena, wid 
420 Gordon George R. 

Mclntyre Miss Martha 
422 VanVolkeiibiirgh Isaac 

Jackton av. intenecU. 

500 Freeman Oeorgo, laborer 
602 Public School Bast End 

Gamble — , principal 

Hayes Miss, teacher 

Christie Miss Alice, teacher 

Miircbie Miss, teacher 

Mrthoney Jeremiah, caretaker 
500 Housley Charles, sen., engineer 

Housley Charles, juii. 

Housley Walter 

Blvthe Henry, foreman 
' ■ 508 Griffiths Ellis Wm., carpenter 

Cloukie Feli.x, mill hand 

Brody Miss Bella 
514 Morgan — , carpenter 
516 Galley William 

Wright George, planer 
518 Johns Isaac, Customs officer 

Johns Archie, driver 

Johns Miss Jennie 

Johns Miss Margaret 

Johns Fred. 
520 Uox Capt. Gasendi 

Garland William, painter 

Carl av. intersects, 

* Black A. P. 

* Shaw — 

* Milne John, stonemason 

Hawks av. intersects. 

* Edwards Richard, blacksmith 
Edwards John, clerk 

* Jervis John, night clerk " Str." Premier 
Jervis Miss Annie 
Jervis Miss Maggie 
Jervis Arthur William 
Jervis Edwin 
Jordan John George, carpenter 

Campbell av. intersects. 

McConachie John, carpenter 
Swan George, laborer 
Reid Duncan Robert, farmer 
Fitzpatrick — , milkman 

PACIFIC, from Richards to Jervis 

* Vacant new house 

* Vacant new house 

* Connelly William 



Foster John Rupert 
* Vacant new house 



Seymour intersects. 

GranviUe intersecei. 
Jlowe intersects, 
Hornby intersects. 

Burrard intersects. 

Thurloiv intersects. 

Bute intersects. 

•Jervis intersects. 



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BOTH SIDES. 

• McAlpin Mrs. Lillie, wid 

* Ellison James, carpenter 



Ellison George 
12 Williams George Joseph, plasterer 

Drinkwater James R. C, planing mills 

Williams John Joseph, plasierer 
*16 Blackburn John Francis, painter 
*20 Shotton Allison, carpenter 
22 Davey Emanuel W., plasterer 
2ti Percival John Albert, carpenter 
30 Nunaraaker Byron, clerk 
*3()jBradon Robert, laborer 
32 Ray John 
34 Murlison — , laborer 
36 Costello John Joseph, C.P.R. wharf 

Cromier Samuel, laborer 
38 Vacant 

40 Pitman Joseph, Vane. Gas Co. 
42 Coughtrey Alfred Richard, butcher 

44 Arkle Christopher, carpenter 

Westminster av. intersects, 
PENDER, from C.P.R. Track to Nicola 

NORTH SIDB. 

* Nunamaker Andrew Jackson 
Fulton Dan. 

Hegerson Charles 
Gibbons Mrs. Martha 

* Rook Thomas S. 

25 Duhamel Frank D., blacksmith 
29 Vacant 

* Dorman Jacob, engineer 

* Howse Alfred Richard, surveyor 
Howse Charles Robert, E.L. lineman 

45 Elliott John 

* Lilieham Felix, master mariner 

Abbott ends. 

Imperial Opera House 

* Gordon John, laborer 
Baker E. L., laborer 



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Barker Alfred, iHborer 
Keen Hurry, prinUT 
iMvie James, laborer 
Wiley Thomas, laborer 
UT Vacant 

Beat;/ hegint. 

Cnmbie interiectf. 

* Court House 

Hamilton intenects. 

205 Webster William Capt., real estate 
Quick William 
Hope Cbarlea E., architect 

* Occupied 

Goodwin & Arkle, carpenters 
Goodwin — 
Arkle — 

Homer intersects, 

311 Griffith Essex, distiller 
Mearns Mrs. J , widow 
317 Vacant 

Richard intersects, 

* Yuen Wah, Chinese laundry 

411 Evangelical Association.tree reading rooms 

Inwoud George, organizer 
421 Cowan— 

* Bennet William C, shoemaker 

Seymour intersects. 

* Windsor hotel, Brocklesby & Allen, props 
Brocklesby H. A. 

Allen W. H. 

Goldsmith George, porter 

* Clarkson k Mayne, house painters 
Clarkson Joseph 

Mayne Thomas 

* Clarkson Joseph, painter 

* Gain Henry, plasterer 
513 Smith Bros., furniture 

Smith James A. 

Smith David A. 

Bigham Joseph, cabinetmaker 

Watt James, upholsterer 

Welsh Mrs. L., widow, seatustrejij 

Granville intersects. 

* Sisson William Henry, groceries 

* McFarlane Frank, bread and cake baker 
Harrison George, baker 

* North Arm market, SweetjA Asbury, props 
Sweet Clinton J. 

Asbury Samuel 

* Oriental Traders Co. (Ltd.) The 
Mackay George Grant, president 
Yerex I. A., com. traveller 
Mackay Harry Hadfield, bookkeeper 

* Mackay George Grant, real estate 



Howe intersects. 
Hornby intersects, 

SOUTH SIDI. 

* City Hospital 

Swan Miss Susan, matron 
Alcoek Miis M.A., nurse 
Woodward Mis^ )f. S., nurse 
Gibson Charles, nurse 
McFarlane John, porter 

Cinnbie intersects, 

* Central school 

Hamilton interseett. 

206 Wood Albert Nelson, blacksmith 
210 Weaver Mrs. Lucy M. 

Thatcher H., painter C.P.R. 

Desourier M., foreman E. S. Scoullar 

Stevenson Robert, tinner 

Merrick A., at E. S. Scoullar 

Homer intersects. 

* Boulibee Mrs. E. S., widow 
Boultbee Frank, bookkeeper 
Boultbec Walter 
Boultbee MissS. 

* Vacant 

310 Jones H. A., real estate 
*312Cumming8 Charles H., carpenter 
Holtstead A. E., oil refinery 

Richard intersects. 

* Middleton Waller, groceries 
Rushton John, clerk 

* Ontario House (temperance hotel), John 

Geo. Taylor, prop. 
Towler George, waiter 
Welch Miss Emily, waitress 

* Piest Thomas, real estate 
Davis U. H., painter 

* Nevard William, butcher 
Walford Frank, clerk 

410 Vacant 

422 Leslie M. Soper, carpenter 

Irvine John 

Taylor — , painter 

Brown — , painter 

Wilson — 

Adamthwaite Walter, carpenter 

Vacant, store 
426 Cosman W , & Son 

Cosman William 

Cosman Whitfield 

Seymour intersects. 
500 St. Charles Hotel, Misses Ryan, props 
Ryan Miss Annie 
Ryan Miss Nellie 
Meytzer John, clerk 
Bergeron Louis, carpenter 
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Mahoney Jnhn, millwright 
Rochons' John, luborcr 
Kennj' Chiirle.<, booltlieejier 
Johniitun Josopliihricklftyer 
Doming C , engineer 
Tubman Joim, painter 
liHfrHn(;oi9 Peter, caipenter 
JIaliiigo John, carpenter 
Hell William, carpenter 
Miller William, carpenter 
M' rrison Joseph, macliiniat 
Duty George, carpenter 
Harason A., carpenter 
Dechons C, cariteiiier 
Duferns Frederick, laborer 
Lftur W., teamster 
Murdoch Joseph, bricklayer 
Satell S., carpenter 
Watson Arthur, carpenter 
Baker R., laborer 
lirooks Joseph, carpenter 
Thompson Joseph, blacksmith 
McGregor Joseph, painter 
Murphy Willien, bricklayer 
Latreille Jos -pti, tinsmith 
Cote Dr. S. 

Goodman John, hrickmaker 
Strong A., sash and door factory 
Dechuns (Hiarles, carpenter 
St. Laiirant A., carpenter 
506 Arlington lloti-l, Frank Foubert, prop. 

Currc/ M,, brtrlender 
Blackmirn Albert, porter 

Fisher Mrs. A., widow 
♦ Louvre Hotel, Hermann Bartel, prop, 

Scaife Harry, bartender 

Wood H G., carpenter 

Hartley F., earjienier 

McNillan M , lather 

McDonald M., painter 

Wassoii F. W. carijcnter 

Stanhope W. L., stone mason 

Hanna F. U., foreman street Ry. 

BertrandL.M., C.P.R. 

(Jillis Murdoch, stone mason 

Knlly Martin, stone mHS(m 

Shackelford II. S., veterinary surgeon 

Haz''lwood Joseph, stableman 

Blough John H , carpe'iter 

Blair Thomas, carpenter 

Fabiau Bruno, architect 

Granoille intersecta, 
Howe intersects. 
Ilornhji intenectt, 

BOTH SIDE, 

Burrard intersects, 

* Brighouse Samuel, alderman 
Wilkinson Michael, clerk 
Wilkinson Miss Lizzie 

* Lang Charles, tobacconist 

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• Tallow Robert G., of Ttttlow & Spinks 
Leaycraft Miss Agnes 

Douglas Miss Liz/.it; 
128 McCraney Hiram I'erry, contractor 
Sissou TiioniM)*, bookkeeper 

Ihnrard intersects, 

• Palace Livery stables, Black k Wilkinson, 

props 

Black George 

Wilkinson M, B. 

Connor Samuel R., manager 

Ha/.elwood Josfph. stableman 

Baker Henry, M.R.C. VS., veterinary sur- 
geon 

Sprung George, stableman 

Thurlow intersects. 

• Fripp R. M., architect 

liute intersects, 

• New house 

• Barnhart Peter Ashton, conductor O.P.R. 

Jervis intersects. 
Broughton intersects. 

PENDRELL, from Burrard to Stanley 

Park 

Thurlow intersects. 

• Mitchell John, blacksmith 

• Hunter Robert, millwriglit 

• Hill Joseph, plasterer 

• Short B»njamin James, bookkeeper 
Short Bertrand Harris, painter 

Bute intersects. 

Jervin intersects, 

Broughton intersects. 

Nicola inti'r sects. 

Cardero intersects, 

BiUcel intersects, 
Denman intersects. 
Gilford intersects. 

Chilco intersects. 

POWELL, from Carroll to Boundary 
ave. 

NORTH SIDE, 

Scuitto & Co,, bakers and grocers 
Scuitto John 
Ptndola A. 

McLeod Archibald, baker 
Corman Henry, bookkeeper 
f^iceroning Jos., driver 
7 McAllister John, Vancouver carriagv^ abop 
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Gates Albert, blacksmith 

GIpii John, blacksmith 
11 Europe Hotel, Ualori Bros. 

Calori Joseph 

Calori Aiigelo 
19 Vacant 
21 Vaciint 

29 Whyte William, cook 
35 City Hotel, Canonica & Fairon 

Canonica Louis 

Fairon Alphonse 

Mora Louis, cook 

Mora Vincengo, cook 

Columbia av intersects. 

CITr HALL. 

McGuigan Thomas Francis, city clerk and 

clerk of committees 
Baldwin George Frederick, city treasurer, 

tax collector and assessor 
Tf-tley Charles, accountant 
Lawson John Patton, city engineer 
Palmer Robert Edward, asst. city engineer 
Stephenson Thomas, street supt. 
Huntly John, inspector fire, health and 

license 
Blake John Joseph, city solicitor 
McGuit;rtn Dr. W. J., city coroner 
Mohun Edward, saiiitar; engineer 
Maclean Malcolm Al'-x , police magistrate 
McLaren John, si"^igant, 
A bray Jackson 'i'., police oflBcer 
Haywood William 0. 
Cameron J. Dou.ild 
Johnston Wm. 

Haywood Vicor Wallace, jailor 
Clough John, caretaker City Hall 

Wei'viinster av intersects. 

205 Vacant 

207 Collins Fri^nk, laborer 

209 Prior Franclj Lodie, bookkeeper 

213 Vacant 

Gore nv intersects. 

307 Thain Capt. Murray, harbor master 

Leaven W. J. 

Springer Louis 

Dawson — , C. E. 

Thain Joseph. Ry. mail clerk 
319 McLennan Findlay 
321 Vacant 
337 McLean — , plasterer 

Duiilevy av intersects. 

407 Secord Angus, contractor 

409 Choate Edward, bridge inspector C.P.R. 

Hur.ter John B., bridge carpenter 
411 McKclvie Alexander, manager V.C.F,, 

Jenmau Miss Kate, domestic 



413 MitchtM Samuel, carpenter 

McKelvie Alexander, sen. 
425 Paterson Adoniram Judson, grocer 

Davies Mrs. A., widow 

Davies Miss Catherine F., typewriter 

Kingcombe Edward, architect 
427 Peters Simon, carpenter 

Cottier Mrs. Francis, wid Robert 
427 Neal John, bulclier shop 

Frodsham William, painter 
429 Melhuish Geo. 
431 McDonald Alexander, boots and shoes 

McDonald Mrs. Alex., dressmaker 

McLean Doi.Md, emp R.C.P.M. 

Jackson av intersects. 

5fi9 Clendenning John Adam, contractor 

511 Tetley Charles, city comptroller 

5ia McCartney Allan E. 

515 Vacant 

517 Andrews Jimes, carpenter 

529 Coldwell Charles Augustus, speculator 

531 Clark — 

533 Lawrence George 

Carl av intersects. 

539 Meek & Harstone, grocers and hardware 

Meek George E.iwia 

Harstone Willium 
G09 Stanley Gilbert 

Stanley Edward Hall 

Whittier — , of Whittier & Cramur 

Whipple Thomas, laborei- 

Whipple Mrs. .Mary, wid v>^illianr,. 
615 Young John Wesley, millwright 

Young Arthur J. 

Young Miss Bertha Rose 

Layfield Henry, carpenter 
617 Wickham Provis, reporter 

lleatly av intersects. 

* Fowler William Alfred, oonlracfor 

* Robertson Wdliaui Harrison, grocer 
Biggert Thomas, clerk 

Hawks av intersects. 

* Vacant old hospital 

Campbell av intersects. 

Vancouver San Juan Lime Co. 
Campbell William, manager 
Aitchi.son William, foreman 
Sciffins Frederick, laborer 
Livingstone James, laborer 
McCormack Peter, laborer 
McNaughton Arcl.'*'. cooper 
Patterson — , cooper 
Bray Fred., driver 

* Baker Frank, longshoreman 

* Saw mill 



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2 Brown Mrs. P. C, furnished rooms 

McLaren—, photo gallery 
6 Mortimore Bros., merchant tailors 

Alortimore William Henry 

Mortimore Sidney Charles 

Knowdell Miss Maggie 

Sommcra 
8 Leonard W. L.,&(jO. 

Leonard 

Leonard 
10 Tye it Co., hardware 

Tye T. H. 

Galley VVillinm Herbert, manager 

Eamshaw Hubert II. B., bookkeeper 

Gregory Sidney, clerk 

Dunn William R., clerk 
16 Hong Sing, laundry 
28 Baker Miss Alice 

Co'umbia an intersects. 

100 Oppenheimer Bios , whol grocers 

Oppenheimer David 

Oppenheimer I.>(ikc 

Oppenheimer Sol., bookkeeper 

Doucet, L. clerk 

Giutzbur;^cr Maurice, clerk 

Stuart James, jiorter 

Kelly Robert, clerk 

Brown Becjainin, porter 
122 Uutchiugs George William, furaiture and 
u])li()gterv 

Cotiacber Ilugh, carpenter 

W<.-itminster intersects. 

210 Vacant 

212 Diiliig Dennis Dexier 

Duhig F rederick De.xter 
216 Hansen William, watchmaker 

O'Dwyer Daniel McL'Ormick, painter 

Gillespie Jiimes, logger 

Fraser John, messenger C.P.Il. Telegraph 

Fraser Miss Jennie 

Gon- av inti'iaects. 
308 Dodson Josepii. laborer 

Dodson Miss Mary Jane 

Dodson Joseph, jr. 

Dodson Miss Sarah 

Dodson Archie 
310 Williams Alfred W. 
312 Vacant 
314 'jevi Henrv 
318 j'oyes {{iciiard, engineer 
320 .McKay An gits, contractor 
322 Codville .himes 

Codville Daniel 
324 Adams Frau-jes C, wid David W. 

Adams Miss Alice L., tailoress 

Fletcher George, tailor 
326 

338 Carter Charles clerk 
340 Soule Capt William, stevtdore ; 



Dunlevy av. intersects. 

Jackson av. intersects. 

524 McKinnon Wilson 
528 Robertson Harvey, carpenter 
G08 Bell Robert J ., carpenter 
616 Wishart Andrew 

Reid Thomas, clerk 
618 Acorn Alexander B. 

Acorn Mt-s. Elvira, music teacher 
624 Huntley Joseph, cily inspector 
628 Zink Jacob, boilcrmaker 

Lundy William, tailor 

Aitchison David A. William 

Brooks John Jacob, poundkeeper 

Smith James, moulder 

Ueatly av. intersects. 

Marshall William C, expressman 
C barman Miss Florence, dressmaker 
Lovliss William, telegraph messenger 
Loveliss Fred. 

Uawkn av. intersects. 

* ^/ ftCltl'ii 

* Perry — . bookkeeper H. S. Mill 

* Wilien William Sidney, clerk 
Heathcott Miss Alice 

* Stacey Lyman (.)., sawyer 
Lyiier Louis C, logger 
Truax Frank 

Lyner .Miss Grace 
Lyner Roy 

* .McLaren William Henry 

* Vacant 

* Barnard Castle Hotel 
Cartwright John 

Campbell av. intersects. 

* Beaumont Samuel, laborer 

* Foley Christopher, quarryman 

Jariett Arthur 

Raymur av. begira. 
Boundary av. 

PRINCKSS STREET, from Westmias- 
ter av. to Boundary av. 

NORTH SIDE. 

* Granville Block 
'llall John R. 

* Allen James, painter 

* Gibson William Harrison, salesman 

* Graut Alfred, brakemaa CP.R. 

Gore av. intersects. 

305 Harrobin Theodore, contractor 

* Cowdeioy John James, tea store 
313 Scott Robert, bricklayer 

Bennett Thomas, laborer 
123 Fowler Mrs. Charles Edward 



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Pride J. A., bookknepiT 
Barnes George, Iloiiiisf'ell & Cr. 
125 Vacant 

* Methodist Ciiurcb, Princes^, st, John P. 

Belts, i)asior 

Diinlevi/ av. inlernccts, 

* Betis John F., pastor Princess st Methodist 

Church 

* New building 

* Cameron Joseph, engineer 

* Vacant 

Jackson intersects. 
Carl av, intersects: 

* Reinliard William, M.D. 

* James Stanley, bookkeeper 

Heally av. iiiternects, 

SOfTH SII>E. 

* Raker Charles G., upholsterer 

* Vacant^ 

244 Fulthorp Alfred, Gns Comiiany 

* Vacant 

* Cleveland Jame Patterson, carpenter 

Gore av. interit'its. 

* Granville Frank William, real estate 

* McLaren John, contractor 
McLiiughlin George, carpenter 
McLaren William, carjienter 
McLaren Kii, teamster 

310 Smi'h WilMam. cnrirnter 

312 GrKtith John ('olnian, commission merch. 

314 Desormiers Charles 

^■Slt.Piirker Adanison. C. E. 

*318H(ipg Janus, photogrHpher 

322 Curvie Samuel Alexander, carpenter 

Dnnlevy av intersects. 

*51fiSanders William Henry, ;)riuter 
518 Vacant 

* Gibson John, blacksmith 
Gibson William, blacksmith 
McKenzie MIoj, ..^nnabcila 
Cowau Miss Louisa 

Jackson av. intersects, 
Carl av. intersects. 

* Devine John, of Devine & Son 
Devine Harry T., of Devine & Son 

* McWade John, Vancouver city foundry 

* Hugh Samuel Grindrod, 0. P. K. 
Holt Frank, carpenter 
Robinson Douglas, C. P. R. 

* Groves William, baker 
Hogg James, laborer 
Thomas John, roofer 

Patterson — , of Bell, Irvine & Patterson 
*323Vacant 
325 Vacant 

Heatleyav. intersects. 



PRIOR, from Fiilse Creek to Campbell 
av 

Westminster av. intersects. 

Campbell A ngus, laborer 
Campbell Charles, logger 

Park av. t'r</ins. 

Casher — , tinner and plumber 
Brown William, carpenter 
Brown John, plumber 
Allison Jfimes 
Allison George 
Allison Miss Mattie 
BurneitW., shoemal\er 
Colquhoun — , painter 

Jeesing — , laundry 
Campbell Jol-n A , carpentei 
Borland Robert, teauiaig 
Adams — , butcher 
Wilson Edward, butcher 
Cook Edward, tcHmsier 
Williams George, plasterer 
Brooks James, |)lasterer 
Crawford William, machinist 
Crawford David 
Brown John, carpenter 
Watson James, carpenter 
Main William, sailor 
B C. Aerated k Mineral Water Co. 
GiU.ort George, miinnger 
Parker A. P., of U. C. A. &. M. W. Co. 
Wliorton Edward 
Arden John 

Gore av. intersects. 

* Fox Patrick, bank messenger 

* Katchell George, laborer 
Sate' ""ll Joseph, laborer 



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avenue. 

Front intersects. 
Dufferin interitects. 

Lome int(:rsi'rts. 
Lansdowne intersects. 
6th av. intersects. 
Gth. av intersects. 

* Gilmore William, painter 

* Martin William, contractor 
Martin Edmund 

* Gardiner Frank, ship carpenter 

1th av. intersects. 
8th av. intersects. 

* Vanduaen David, carpenter 



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* Roberts John Hugh 

Roberts Tomlin Huron, artist 

Steele William Butler, titter C. P. R. 

10th av. intersects. 

11 th av. intersects. 
12th av. intersects. 
13th av. intersects. 

lith av. intersects. 

* Trainor Bernard, daiiyman 
lioj... '^''sries, dairyman 

* £ligti Hamilton, dairyniaa 
Biirritt William, laborer 

* Ellison Udia Wilson 

15th av. intersects. 

RAYMUR AVP]., from Powell to False 
Creek. 

* Lee Thomas HiiiTiphrey, lime burner 
Lee /iiiuca. sen. 

Lee A'lis Margaret 

Lcc Miss El'zabeth Jane 

Lee Alexander 

Oppenheimer intersects. 

Hastings East intersects. 

Princess intersects. 

KeeJ'.r intersects, 

Harris intersects. 

* Dockster John 

Bamnrd intersects, 
mCHARDS, from Coidova to Pacific. 

BOTH SIDK=. 

i ; r'rake, Jackson & Co. 
' iiell, Irving & Patterson, importers and 
commission merchants 
Beil-Irving Henry 
' ..iterson Robt, Horn 
Andrews H. A., clerk 

Hustings intersects. 

209 Ferguson Block 

Room 1 & 2 Wickenden C.Osborne arrliitect 
" 3 & 4 McLaren John Marshall, dental 

surgeon 
Dalton William Turnewood, draughtsman 
Woodward Reginald, draughtsman 
" 5 Crickmay William, civil engineer and 
architect 
Crickmay William, & Co., practical en- 
gineers and machinists 
Crickmay William, of Crickmay & Co. 



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" 9 Malheson Robert, joS printer 
" 10 & 11 Fripp Robert Mackay, architect 
Malcolm Alexander 
George — , draughtsman 
" 12, 13 & 14 Chess & Draughts club room, 
H. Abbot, president ; M. H., Hersch- 
berg secty. 

15 St. Patrick's Society rooms 

16 Russell Joseph Ambrose, L. L. B., 
solicitor 

Russell Findley Robert, Ihw student 

17 Benwell John Oliver, accountant 

18 Jolinsi^n Robert E. 
Johnson Frederick G. 

Asliworth William Samuel, caretaker 
210 L"W — , carpenter 
212 Bi.ikerEd. 

214 Townley Robert Alexander, plumber 
216 McCauley Frank, waiter 
218 Dixou Rosco, janitor 

* Grove John, painter 

Pender intersects. 

*30'Welsh Mrs. Louisa, widow William 

Welsh Miss Emily 

Welsh Miss Jane 

Mould Arthur J., carpenter 

Boardman Samuel Henry, plumber 
306 Tierney William, contractor 

Tierney John Joseph, truct and draya 

309 Bolton Mrs. Margaret, widow Richard 
Kay — . tinner 

TeetMl Charles ¥ ., sewing machine agent 
McCreedie Andrew, carpenter 
Latham Thomas, tailor 
West John W., cabinetmaker 

310 Vacant 

311 Vacant 

312 Vacant 
316 Vacant 
321 McDonald Thomas, checker C.P.R. 

Kain Charles, carpenter 

Wilson Alexander, carpenter 

Rogers Jonathan, painter 
323 Vacant 
325 Vacant 
328 McColman Colin, bookkeeper 

Engliind — , at Rand Bros. 

Martin Mrs., widow 

Doig .laiiK J, conductor C.P.R. 
325 Ellis James, bi.^klayer 

Johnson John Binnb, saloon keeper 

Johnson Miss Edith 
•337 Abray Jackson T., joliceman 
356 Archer Walter Clifl- les, of Archer & Co. 

Holmes Alfred Jiv.ues, of Archer & Co. 
358 IJauvreau Murle, painter 
352 Picard Jose^ih, pattern maker 

• Martin Nelson, plasterer 
Cosgrave James, laborer 
Cosgrave Robert, laborer 

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Diinsmuir intersects. 

419 King Atwpll, city bill poster 

King Richard, electrician 

King Joseph, cigar maker 
•421Stewart Mrs. N., bdg house 

Woods John G., manager Commercial Saw 
mills 

Weeks George 

Barnette Thomas, mechanical engineer 

Haley George, real estate 

Stewart John, at Bank ofB. C. 

Brophy T. B., at Bewicke & Wilsoa 

Smith E., C.P.R. 

O'Brien J. M., editor World 

* Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, rev. 

Pf. x;c Fay, rector 
447 McDu ,.' ' lid H,, carpenter 
453 McManu engineer U.P.R. 

455 Salsbury :. -arali, sen 

* St Andrew's: Jliurcb, Presbyterian, 

McLaren, pastor 

(Jeorgia intersects. 



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Church, J. W. Pedley, 

526 Pedley James William, pastor Congrega- 
tional church 

• Morrison Thomas, blacksmith 
Goodwin William Henry 

• Gallagher William John 
Duncan Alexander, cabinetmaker 

• Irvine George William, plasterer 
Cass Joseph, laborer 

• Keil James, foreman 
Heek Francis, mason 

• MacDonald Archibald, baker 
Perry Charles, carpenter 

• Martin William, of Martin Bros. 
Martin James Alorris, of Martin Bros. 

• Gill G. H. 

• Gill John 

• Follis George Edward, contractor 
Hilliard Charles, contractor 

• McLaren John, policeman 

• Fletcher — , carpenter 

• Gray Thomas Cook, grocer 

• Erringtou James, at Fader Bros. 

Robson intersects. 

• New house 

Sinithe intersects. 

• Oolson Charles Edward, boat builder 

Nelson intersects. 
Helmcken intersects. 

• Johnston Edward, clothing 

Davie intersects. 



* Flett John, machinist C PR. 
Ratbgeber Freitz, fitter C.P.R. 
Cato Frank, C.P.It. 
Flett James, C.P R. 
Flett Arthur, C.P.Jl. 

• Armstrong Jo-eph Whitehead, carpenter 

• Harold Thom.ts, pattern maker 

* Temple Charles HeniV, litter C.P.R 

• Houle Octave, C.P.R. 

• McCannel John, teamster 

* Nesbit George, C.P.R. 
Nesbit John, C.P.R. 
Nesbit Robert 

♦ Donohne John Tilton 

• Lang Arthur, teamster 
Lang Mi,ss Isabella 

• Floreiit Vict'T, carpenter 

• New house 

* Combs John Robert 

* Ciirrie Hugh J. 
Currie Alban M. 

• Blair Samuel, C.P.R. 

* Glendiniiii^ Andrew, laborer 

Drake intersects. 

1109 Pou Long, Chinese laundry 

1127 Powe William, C.P.R. 
Powe William G., carpenter 
Powe Edwin, carpenter C.P.R. 
Bridges J^.hn, C P.R. 

* Vincent Robert, carpenter 
Vincent William, laborer 

* Cunningham James 

llSyCarriere House, Jose|)h Carriere, prop 
Hamelle Alphonse, laborer 
Mahoney John, sawyer Fader Bros. 

Pacific intersects. 
liOBSON, from Beatty to Coal Harbor, 

Cambie intersects. 
Hitmilton intersects. 

Homer intersects. 

Richard intersects. 
Seymour intersects, 

• Bennet William C, shoemaker 

Granville intersects, 

Howe intersects. 
Burrard intersects. 

* Leonard Walter Leeming 
Leonard Richard England 

• Burse Wilson, carpenter 

• Burgess Joseph, carpenter 

* New house 

* New house 

Thurlow intersects. 



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» Wilson David Henry, M.D. 

* Loutit James, C.P.R. 
Smiles Robert, shipbuilder 

* Bliick Alfred Seymour, barrister 

Bute intersects. 

* Connon Henry Edmund, C.P.R. 

* Thompson M- P., of Tliompson Bros. 

* CHrlitile Joliii Howe, duet nre dept 
Biav Tliomas, carpenter 

Bray Kdwin, carpenter 

* Gernird John Duncan, carpenter 
Gerrani Albert James, surveyor 

* Skinner Robert James Forestry, inspector 

Jcrvis intersects. 
Brouyhton intersects. 
Nicola intersects. 
Cardero intersects. 

Bidwell intersects, 
Denman intersects. 
Giljord intersects. 
Chilco intersects. 

BE.VTON, from Burrard to Jcrvis. 

BOTH SIDEi. 

* Rovds Clem-nt 

)|38 Wiiisua William Hamilton, Customs 
Wntson Miss Amelia 
Duiiliar James 

* WulB'solm Jobann, banker 

* Red ()r:)ss brewery, Joim Williams, prop 
Whittmayr William, brewer 

* Spinks ji)lm Manley, of Tatlow & Spinks 
McLi'od .Miss Minnie, domestic 

* Ikmi rsley Alfred St. George, barrister, etc. 
Foiiseca .Mies Eleanor 

* Webster George Cowper, surveyor Customs 

Th'irlow intersects, 
Bute intersects. 

SEVENTH AV., from Vine to Trince 

Edwurd. 

BOTH SIDES. 

* Ma'ldanis diaries Clever, porter C.P.R. 

* Giiihitiu Thomas, carpenter 

* Swttlhvell Richard F., plumber 

Street intersects. 

* McKcnzie Willianr, engineer 

* Ellison Micliael 

^ Uoombs Edward, laborer 

* Vacant house 



Prince Edward intersects. 
Brunswick intersects. 

* Vancouver Brewery, Charles Gottfield 

Docring, prop. 
W'ise Cliarles, brewer 
Boyce George Henry, brewer 
Sciiwalm Cliarles, laborer 

Westminster ao intersects. 

* Vacant house 

(Quebec intersects. 

Ontario intersects. 

Manitolia intersects. 

Columbia intersects. 

SEYMOUR, from Cordova to Pacific 

103 White Swan Dining room 

107 Vacaiit 

110 Hillyer Charles, builder 

Dcwent Joim, paint shop 

Bishop Fletcher P,, painter 

Copp Ernest, painter 

Lan)bert Frank, painter 

Bryant — , puliiter 

McDonald — , painter 

Harris Fred., foreman 

Trev.xn Samuel, stairbuilder 

Hicks Willinm, carpenter 

Hicks George, stairbuilder 

Hick-i Gideon, carpenter 

Bowman Josepli, carpenter 

* Lefevre Block 

Hastings W. intersects. 

209 Thomas Gabriel, carpenter 
Ross Abe, painter 

* Windser hotel 

Vender intersects. 

308 Cook George Fredtrick, builder 

Johnson George, barber 

Giles Emery, plasterer 

McCoU .Veil, carpenter 

Simiiigioii Juhn, carpenter 

Danskin Jamis, carpenter 

McMullin John, carpenter 
31.5 .Miiir Waller, street contractor 

Finlayson J E., piano tuner 

Sherbrook John, laborer 

Irvine - , C.P.R. special police 
316 Irvine & Slrachan, factory 
323 Madill William E., plasterer 

Madill Hemy, plasterer 

Madill William, lather 

* Harknesa Henry, painter 
32(3 Farr Edward, stonemason 

Wize James, contractor 
Bone John, carpenter 
Hughes Thomas 

* Sharni'in Robert 
Brereton Richard Ralph 






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*328 Frith John, machinist 

Frith Mrs. G. A., shirtmakei:' 
329 Vacant 
331 Black T. T. 

Knox \Vm. 
338 iSkeiie William 
335 Morrell Thomas Russell 
340 Page Jose|)h 

Birchill Caleb B. 

Hirdiberg M. H., accountant 

Gibbs Tiioinas 
342 Henderson Stanley 

Morrow (icorge L. 

Sinclair Fred. 

Forrest W. H, 

iMorrell C. C. 
344 Weeks William, carpenter 

Cuthbert Frederick, stenographer 

Dunsmuir intersects. 

4'24 Fouvert Frank 
428 Queen Chas. 

Q :een E. 

Uamilion — 

Polly Dick 

McMillan Miss Christina, domestic 
434 Withrow Samuel 

Fields Silas 
436 Bowser Frank 
442 McLeod Malcolm 
444 Wilson George J. 

Pain Miss Palinda 
456 Vacant 
455 Hoffar Noble Stonestreet 

Emory Sirtnc draughtsman 
462 Davidson C. N. 

Mearns Miss Jennie 
464 Bealtie A. Murray 

Georgia intersects. 

521 Soules T. W. 

527 Ellis John, shoemaker 
Dickson Alex., stonecutter 
White Thomas, wiper 
Wize Charles, upholsterer 

528 Vacant 

530 Smyth Miss Annie E., bdg house 
Kennedy W. 

Drunimond W. 
Wynings W. 
Barr jHmes 
Crow Sanford 
Hunter Samuel 
Hunter Thomas 
Burchill Charles 
Hanbury Charles 
Stark — , mason 
Smyth Miss Bell 

529 V^oodworth Capt. James H. 
Pack Charles 

Johnston Herbert 

531 McLean Donald Jc^.a 



Richardson Seymour 

McLean Dun. 

Smith Miss Lowie, domestic 
53;^ Mason Robert 
5ytj Pearson Thomas Parrish 

Rogers Mrs. Mary Ann 

Rogers Miss Elizabeth Jane 
540 Fire Hall No. 2 

Hamilton William, engineer 

Campbell J. \V., tireuian 

Williamson William 

Evans George 

Seajohn John 

Taylor (J. M. 

Blair James 
550 Connor John, painter 

Reid C. G. L., electrician 

Conno'.' Miss Mary, violinist 
552 Brown John, mason 

Brown John, jun., plasterer 
530 McDonald Miss Maggie, bdg house 

Kirk Miss Mary 

Willis Walter 

Campbell John 

Philp Charles 

Philp Edward 

Sinclair W. D. 

SinnotC. W. 

Rogers W. P. 

O'Neil — , operator 

Wilson David 

Gander Janies 

Chutterbiick Fred. 

Johnston O. II, 

Johnston John 

Desrosiers John 

Edwards Herbert 
564 Farley G. W. 

Farley W. H. 

liobson intersects. 

611 Bennel Wm. 
til5 Ross D. A. 
G17 A|.enes R. A. 

Hughes — , machinist 

Maichant William 

Wilson Henry 
629 Dalton William Tenniswood 
635 Duffy Dennis A. 
637 Taylor Geo. M. 

Schofield James H. 

Suhofield Fred. 

Gonlon Miss Nellie 
641 Ferguson Dougal 

Ferguson Miss Lena M. 
651 Walker W. H. 

Watkins Mrs. Kate, nurse 
653 Vivian William 

Smith intersects. 

* Grady John 
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* Codv Prttrick, uouecutter 

* Wolfer Joseph 

Nelson intersects. 

* Poquotte Thomas 
Balhird AH red 
Ualliird Alti-ed Edwin 

JItlmvken intersects. 

* Hardie Thomiia 

Dai'le Intersects. 

* Coupland Joseph, general store 
« Vacant 

* George William 

* Bailey Mrs. Mary Ann, wid William 
Bailey Charles 

* McVeity James 

* Parker Ariliur 

* Wooiirow J.ihn , butcher shop 
Woodrow James J. 

« Kemp — , carpenter 

* Leroy Itobert 
Welsh Patrick 
Leroy Miss Matilda 
Leroy Miss Elizabeth 
Lero.v Uavid 
Leroy Joliii 

* Jordan William 

* Moscrop Thomas 
Jloscrop William 
.Moscrop llichard A. 
Moscrop John 
Moscrop Miss Sarah Jane 
Moscrop Edwin 

Drake intersects. 

* Swain Samuel, baker and grocer 
llOsViicant 
lUSMcEwan John 

* Vacant 

* Occupied 

* Uautliier Achilla 

* Uoy Amudee, carpenter 

* 3 Vacant lioiises (new) 
1129Carapbell Pat. 

* Urompton Thomas 
Latheisey J:Mnes 

* Smith ihumas Alexander 
1133Vttcaut 

1135Mcl)jUgall Daniel 
ll3?Sheehn Daniel 

I lUlKnowdell Cliarles Vincent 
Knowiiell Charles Luiher 

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♦ Barnes Frederick Augnslns, builder 
Barnes .Miss (Jassie, school teacher 

* Doering U. Gottheld, prop Vauc. Brewery 



* Smith Robert, carpenter 

* Henninjr \Vm. James, carpenter 
Gibson Miss Jennie 

* l{oss John K., Vane. City Foundry 
Williams Arthur, carpenter 

* Kayni's Ricliaid Andrew, carpenter 

* Craig George, carpenter 

Brunswick intersects. 

* New house 

* Thorpe « Co., Soda Water Works 
Thorpe Hills, of Thorpe i Co. 
Uutehison \Vm., bottler 

Taylor Frederick, bottler 
Ford Arthur, bottler 

* Steigeuberger Alfred, brickmaker 

* Lush Thomas 

* Cates And. Jackson, corker and stevedore 

* Shurgold Edwin, express driver 

Westminster av intersects. 

* Vacant house 

* Lindsay James, carpenter 
Lindsay .Miss Anna 
Liiiilsay Mi^s .Mary B. 
Lindsay Miss Lillie 
Lindsay .Miss Ella 

* Garvin Samuel, tarmer 
Jones Joseph, tarmer 

* Pool Russell Herbert, C.P.R, 

Quebec intersects. 

* Clark William Frederick, painter 

Ontario intersects. 
Manitoba intersects. 
Columbia intersects. 

TEXTII AVE., from Vino to Prince 
Edward. 

* Stapleton Christopher, sen., painter C.P.R. 
Stapleton Joseph, juu,, messenger 

* Hicks Valentiue, painter 

lye.itmimter ao. intersects. 

* Gow John Alexander, tallyman 

* Noble John, brickmaker 

* Brown Charles Luther, real estate 

Quebec Intersects. 

* Habington James Boyle, captain 
Babiugtou Hume Hlackley, engineer 

* Keeler Charles, florist 

* Preston Wm., laborer 

* Godfiey William 

Manitoba intersects. 
Columbia intersects. 

* Mainland Brewery 



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Edward t<t Vine 

frentminster av. intersects, 

* Slade Charles, luborer 
Morgan — 

* Jiayley Thomas, contractor 

* Mcliiiyre Malcolm, laborer 
McDiarmid Duncan, laborer 

* Urquharl Williatn, stone mason 
^.cLennan John, stone mason 

* Murray Alex., jun,, stonecutter 
Martin John, stone driller 

* Brown Samuel, laborer 

TROUNCE ALLEY, from Carroll to 
Camliie 

* Rear F. W. Hart, furniture 

* Tattersail's slablfS 

* Sayers Thomas, livery 

* Woodaman Thomas F. 

* Fashion stables, Starrett & Leatherdale, 

props. 
Starrett Charles 
Leattie dale Robert 
Steves William F., stableman 

* Alcazar saloon 

Abbott intTsects. 

* Dixon Joseph, carpenter 
Lamb David, carpenter 
Homes Richard, carpenter 

TWELFTH AVE, from Vino to Prince 
Edward. 

lyestminster av. intersects. 
Quehi'c intersects. 

* Andrews Thomas, carpenter 

* Fisher George, painter 

* Burritt Uscar 

Ontario intersects. 

* Round Frederick, Gas Worka 

Manitoba intersects. 
Columbia intersects. 

WATER, from Cai-roli to Cordova. 

NORTH 8II>B. 

1 Sunnyside hotel, McGirr & McCoskery, 
props 
McGirr William 
McCoskery George 
5 Cameron .\li3 A. N., prop dining dept 
Sunnyside hotel 
Hicks Miss Abbie, waitress 
7 Dupre Mrs. fimma L., dressmaker 
Hodgson Miss .M. L., dressmaker 
Maupertins Mrs. M , dressmaker 
36 Vacant 
34 Vacant 



32 Vacant 

17 Van Volkenburg & Bro., British Columbia 
market 

Van Volkenburg Isaac 

Van Volkenburg Benjamin 

Gillies Daniel W., bookkeeper 

Cdughtrev Alfred Kicliard, butcher 

Welch Edmund Ernest, cashier 

Fisher George M., butcher 

Biinham Alfred James, butcher 

Mitchell John, chief .slaughterman 

Krussing R., butcher 

Marriott Edward, butcher 

Manning Wesley, driver 

Day W., teamster 

Murray Jonn, teamster 

Langbam Tliomai-, driver 
21 Bherbrooke Dining Hooms, Mrs. P. W. 

Morency, prop 
• Vacant building 
71 Vacant 
73 Martin Bros., hardware 

Martin William C. 

Martin James .Morris 

Casher Charle>, (ilumber 

Crick Percy, clerk 
75 McMillan A- Son, groceries 

McMillan John Hugh 

McMillan Alex 

Sutherland Samuel, clerk 

Stewart William, driver 

Abbott inter.iecfii. 
105 Morrison James, real estate 
107 Arkell Henry, tlour, feed, etc 

Allen Fred., clerk 
109 Vancouver Warehouse Co.. G. 
manager 

Lough Wm.. storenian 
135 Albion hotel, Lee & Cowderoy, props 

Lee Henry 

Cowderoy Henry 

Marshall Charles, waiter 
1.39 Vacant 
141 Vacant 
143 Forrester Alex., carpenter 

Steel William, exjirfssman 

Gillespie Jamea Colin, carpenter 
143 Vacant store 
153 McMillan William James, comm. merchant | 

Morton Joseuh, clerk 
107 Sanchung Kee. Cinuese laundry 
16!) Ow C hongs, laundry 
171 Vacant 

175 San Francisco hotel, Charles Burkland, 
prop 

Slierridan Samuel, carpenter 

Cambie intersects. 

* Keil James, teamster 

• Stables 

* Charleson D. B., contractor 

• Local freight shed, fl. E. Connon, agent! 



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SCOTH SIDK, 

2 Alhftinbra hotel, Wilson McKinnon, prop. 

McL<t'«n Robert F., barteii<ler 
4 SliippiiigolKce, VVilcon McKinnon, shipping 
master 
Abrams John 
Room 2 Kobeson Thomas, hardware 
Scott S., elerl< 
" 4 Caitier Mrs. Francis, widow 
" 8 Hollo way — , News Advertiser office 
" 11 Vacant 

" 10 k 11 Ireland G. W., bairister 
" McGuy James, contractor 
" 15, 1(J & 17 Vacant 
10 Orci((;hton, Fraser & Oo,, ship chandlers, 
outfitters and general agents 
Ci^igbton William L). 
FiHser George .\. 
Smith Arthur N., bookkeeper 
Tlioni)is<>n Tapper, clerk 
• Fire Hall No. I ! 

Carlisle John Howe, chief 
Cameron Alex W., engineer 
Simi-son Thos., driver 
Olfgg Arthur^ driver 
Wliiston Thos. H., tiremaa hose 
Campbell Hugh 
Haywood W. \j. 
Sciirthley Ernest, stoker 
■;(") Granville hotel, Thos. David Cyrs, prop. 
M Ross William, fruit and coafeciioiiery 
Dujire Sanuiel, barber 
Morrow John 
M Terminus Hotel, William Reoj Jones, prop. 
38 Clark Thomas W., wholesale fruit, produce, 
and gen com. merchant 
Stewart Frank lieid, bookkeeper 
liohinson Robert, warehouseman 
!jO KUis Charles, barber 
52 Vishoot Isaac, mer. tailor 
54 liattfay Mrs. Mary, widow, fruit, etc. 
(',11 Vacant 

«J |{(ibinson John, saw filer 
04 Adams Mark, barber 
<oG liiid 08 Gold House, [iambert & Darling, 
props. 
Lambert Roland 
Darling Xathaniel 
Xluorehouse James E., potter 
78 Jul)ilee saloon, McKay & Mclvor, props. 
McKay (iordon 
Mclvor John 



Abbott intersects. 

llOO Pullman saloon, Philip Gorman, prop. 
Davis Jonathan, bartender 

* Queen's Hotel, Moses Gibson, prop 
jllo Wagg Geo., grocer 

I * Thompson John, photographer 
|llG Wetzel C. C, shoemaker 
Wetzel M. F., shoemaker 

* Rosebury — 



'20 Vacant 

124 Edinburgh Hotel, Nichol Allan, prop. 
Howie Alfx. S., bartender 
Fowkes Harry 
Dtiulop James, wellsinker 
140 G'imbrinus hotel, Swanson & Swan, pro'is. 
Swanson Alfred 
Swan Edward 
150 Vacant 

150 Mitchell John, blacksmith 
Olivanl .lohn, blacksmith 
Grav Robert, blacksmith 
158 Vacant 

102 ScouUar E. S., & Co. 
Scoulliir Edwin Sayre 
Scoullar Andrew William, manager 
McCalman Colin 
Swalwell Ricliard, plumber 
Dunn .Maurice, plumber 
Leo William, plumber 
Abbott A., plumber 
Vaustoue Wesley, plumber 
Brown John, appretitice 
Stephens Robert William, tinner 
Hatch James H„ tinner 
Hatch Joseph, tinner 
Desrosiers M., cornice maker 
Golilke August, cornice maker 
hige Roger, apprentice 
Merrick Arthur, appreiitic 
Lee Jolin, apprentice 
Crawford John, apprentice 
110 Carter House, Less is Carter, prop, 
('arter Jolin. bartender 
Finlav William, porter 
Graham H. A , logger 
Mctiarland William 
Rounds Cha'-les, stone tnasoa 
Collens John, teatnsler 
Cubby George A., 
Mathison A. J., tetmister 
McDonald Williatn, lumberyard 
Taylor J'din, logger 
Winlaw John H., saw filer 
Morrow John, logger 
Nichols George, stonecutter 
Mowney Jerry, stonecutier 
McCalie .tolin, blacksmith 
Fickarii William, painter 
Nicol W. H.,com. traveller 
Mcl/ean Donald, blacksmith 
Nickels F. J., loirger 
Henderson George L., logger 
Fowler G. W. 

McKay Corneliu*, cav])enter 
Drinkwater J., carpenter 
McLeod A. J. 
Bandy A., brick maker 
McDiarmi I A. E , logger 
Tavlor G. W. 
Bates S. J. 
Michie A. J., fiainter 
Graham R. S., logger 

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170 Siiif? .V Plii'iisaiit Hotel, William Grant,prop 

IficliiiriUiin John 
174 ('iiminings Uhiis. H nry, barber 

Diit'rt'.siii-' Fred., Imrber 

Anderson Fred., barber 
17G L('15ouriiai3 .Mrs. H. N. 
178 Palai'K Diniug saloon, William McDowell, 
prop 

GiuLsall Mrs. Clara, widow 

Wilds William Wilniot, waiter 
180 Cabinet hotel, Finlay D. McLennan, prop 

McLennan Angus, bartender 

McLennan John D. 

Jianisay capt. James 

McLennan Donald K., foreman 

McLennan Colin, cooper 

Sinclair Jolin, carpenter 

Ballantyne David, carpenter 

Mc.Master A. J., logger 

JlcSlierrey Patrick, sailor 

Cameron Alex., miner 

Camhie intersects. 

200 Regimi hotel, Mrs. S. Burr, widow, prop 

Garnt .MisS 

Burr .Mrs. A. 
208 Oiicnial hotel, Crean & Fleming, props 

Crcan John 

Jiidsou A., clerk 

Fleming Uicnard 

Giles Fied., bartender 

Gnodniiiriihy Ilaniond, porter 

Ml Ilroy .Mi>s Sarah, waiiress 

McDonald Miss Kaie, waitress 

McRae Donald, carpenter 

Hae Roderick, carpenter 
212 Stewart honse, Wood & idhintafier, props 

Wood Francis 

fSliiiitaffer James 

Oldenburg Alex., bartender 

Oden I. J. 

Tidale (!has. E. 

Arclier Frank, logger 

Mallandaine Fred. 

Stewart F. H. 

Manning G. W. 

Brown H. A. 

Anderson J. C 

Elliott W. G., real estate 

Mowat Charles H. 

Moore Richard 

Morrison Frank, mechanic 

Shannon S. W., tinner 

Abbott Alex. 

Leslie I'homas 

Kaw David, tinner 

Carr Robert 

M'pwat Robert B. 

Webb Francis M. B. S., cigarraaker 

Taylor Frank David, logger 

Jamieson Robert, carpenter 
224 Yee Sing, Chinese laundry 



220 Gun Lung. Chinese laundry 

232 Greyhound hotel, Harry Cole, prop 

Tlioiupson Samuel, bartender 

Conlan ('has., contractor 

Woodtiouse W. H. 

Rogers Ernest, painter 

Thompson .\., engineer Sir. "Tepic"' 

McLuehie John, contractor 
238 New York restaurant 

WESTMINSTER AVE., from Alexan- 
der South to l*'alse Creek 

WEST SIDE. 

17 Kelly, wid J., dress and mantlemaker 

Vowcll inlerkcta. 

*49 Cordiner Peter, blacksmith Hastings .Saw 

.Mill 
51 Crick Henry 

55 Jones Cha>. H., of Creighton, FraserA Co 
tJl Payne Jances K., plasterer 

Walker Jclin, |iri)f. in medical electricity 

Hysloj) C'nules, machinist 
108 .Mills <S[ IJattie, carpeuiers 

Mills — 

Haitie — 

* Vacant 

Ojipeiiheimer interscctg. 

* McAlpine John Alex, drugs, etc. 
MoAlpine Dugald LeitcU, M D., druggiat 

* Franks Richard, baker 
Barnwell Thomas Wm., baker 

123 Clandening James, contractor 

Clarke Robert, stonemason 

Clarke John, teamster Boyd & Clandeniug 
125 Boswell George Chas., miner 

llasiinga internecti. 

* New building City market 

JJuponi infirsicts, 

307 Glasgow hotel Frits Schneider, prop 
Tliornbiirn Grant, bartender 
Farmer Daniel, porter 
Williams — , bricklayer 
Dtinn — 

McDonald W. L., contractor 
Stark Wm., contractor 
R.mkes George, engineer C.P.R. 
Winrow George, brakeman C.P.R. 
Flowers Richard, lotrger 
Daley Arthur, repairer Telephone Co- 
Lloyd Thomas, carpemer 
Blair *Vm., logger 
McAllister Duncan, teamster 
Mo iney Luke, blacksmith 
Ombley Benjamin, foremaa 
Caiueron Daniel, logger 
Cameron Malcolm, logger 
Fraser Simon, logger 
McCann John, logger 



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Murdoch Wm , fisherman 

blac'isti'iif Thomas, foreinan 
311 Ciiiupbcll W. C. & R., boo U and shoes 

Uani|il)t'll Wm. Charles 

Camiibell itoilerick, jiin. 
315 BiiDhuiiff Ivan, Ito.val C. P. Mills 

Snyder kliiier, at Geo. Cook 
«31"\Vei3s Wm., blackdinith City foundry 
♦SWWindsor Clis.Snm., of CO. Hobaou & Co. 
•aJiMiOirr Vv'm., burleuuer 

McGirr Win. J. 

Kve/cr intersecta. 

Iliirris iiittraects. 

JtarnanI intursfctSd 

* McKio John, sen., grocer 
McKie John,.jiin., student 

101 lirunette iSaw .Mill Co. (Md), Daniel Lin- 
coln Govv, yard manager 

Gow John Ale.x , yard salesman 
WJ Lockerliy GtMirge Henry 

.McLeoil John .M , pastor 

* .Morton Thonia.s, I'.U clerk 
707 Siinimcrvilk' Win., labo:'er 
"Hi Jones Tlionias John 

*715 Sale and Feed .Stable 

Hainilton Lyman, teumster 

l)oiiiild.-on James, teamster 

l'e|)peid Hill, teamster 
719 Vacant 
721 Vacant 
Vi'i Vacant 
74 Henderson Isaac, of nenderson & Cooth 

Henderson .Mrs., wid Isaac 
751 Welsh KriifSt, bookkeeper 

Welali Thomas Herbtrtj cleric 
701 Vacant 
703 TaafFe .Mrs. .Margaret, wid 

Taalle Martin, Koyal C. P. Mills 
765 Vacant 

* Stable 

EAST STDB. 

10 Taylor George R., carpenter 

Til'lcy (Iliarle.^, driver Texas Lake Ice Co. 
Taylor William G., apprentice 
Taylor Oriil H.. Royal City P, mills 

12 Tliiini])son .N'icholas, eiigiueer 
*14 (ileiin John, blacksmith 

* Collins Frank, Street Ry. Co. 
28 Clark Robert Dawson, [ilasterer 

Powell intersects, 

■!+ V\*illiams Francis, tailcr 
40 Hi)b?on Chri-stopher George, of C. G. Hob- 
son i<£ Co. 

Ilohsiin George William, ins. agent 
60 Quinn William James, merchant tailor 

iSiitlierlanii 0. A., bookkeeper 
62 Tdiniison Jamea Albert, teamster 

Owens G. U., expressman 
BC Hums David, Royal C. P. mills 
62 iSeitz Wilhclm, at mayor's office 



Ojifien/u'iiner irt/eraect.^. 
114 Keefcr Hiigli Forbes, contractor 
110 Vancouver Marble Works, Phil. Wade, prop 
120 New biiildiuif 

* Cumminus George Douglas, grocer 
Campbell Donald, clerk 

Uaxtings int'rsecta. 

224 Old Beplist Church vacant 
*22S Shook David H. 

Shook Mrs. David E., dressmaker 

Little .Miss Eliza, dressmaker 

Adams .Miss Alice, dressmaker 
*2:!0Mooicliouse Thunias, fancy goods 

• Presbyterian Church, J. M. McLeod, pastor 

DiipoiU "nda. 
316 Vacant house 

Keefer intertectSi 

• Vacant store 

* Law James, fruits 

406 Harrison Mrs. Lucy, sewing 

Harrison Robert, tiurserymaa 
*408llogg Alexander 

Thomas William, laborer 

Diiismore George, laborer 
412 Kersey Henry, carpenter 

Harris intersects, 

500 Chilberg James P^ter. grocer 
Bucknall Austin, joiner 

♦ BlablesBoyd & Claudeuing, props 
Boyd — 

Cl.mdeuing James 
532 Salvation Army, olficers quarters 
5!4 Aguew Robert Stuart, carpenter 

Barnard intersects. 

* Little Miss .Margaret 

Little iMiss Eliza, dressmaker 
Fraser D. M., foreman carpenter 

Prior intersects, 

700 Condren Hugh, grocer 
704 Vancouver Soda Wa'ci ".» jrks(The), A. 0. 
Murcliison, prop 

Greer Frederick, bottler 

Murcliison Colin, bottler 

• False Creek Meat and Vegetable market, 

Wilson & Adams, props 

Wilson Edwin Wtsley 

Adams Herbert Thompson 

Siapelton Christopher, messenger 
760 Shering James Benjamin, tailor 

Pitt Mrs. R. D., tailoress 
766 Udy William S., carpenter 

Pajne .Mrs. Jane, widow 
768 Johiibion Alexander 
(72 Vacani 
776 Fisher Thomas, carpenter 









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700 McDoiiiild AK'.xtindt'r, lnhoier 
792 Windsor lioii'l, Kiiiil .Meyer, prop 

Piii'licke Theodore, bartender 

M Oilier Kobert 

Piinclioii — , brickliiyer 

Goodwin John, stuneinasoa 

I'epper Will .Tn, laborer 

Weill? — , biiRdHgennui U.P.R. 

Williams Oeorne, laborer 
706 Bridge hotel, John Aiistil, prop 

Bates James, bartender 

Owens William, carpenter 

WESTM1NSTJ:1{ AVE, Mt. Pleasant. 

BOTH SIDKS. 

• Dnnnan John, carpenter 

• Haldon John I'attinson, carpenter 

• Cobb John, painter 
Cobb Krnest, painter 

• Glover Wallace Vancouver, painter 
Barnes Edwiu John, carpenter 

• Stable 

• Lynham Mrs. Marion, widow 
Lynlmni William, clerk 

• Baguley Thomas George, street railway 
Bagnley William, laborer 

• Thompson Thomas, carpenter 
Thompson George • 

• Street Railway stables 

Fro7it intersects. 

Dufferin intersects. 

Lome intersi!cts. 

• Brenton John 

Lansdowne av. intersects. 

• Vacant house 

5th av. intersects. 

• Mearns George, shoemaker 

• Jixtence Henry, Van. City foundry 

6th av. intersects. 

• Campbell George Welsford, salesman 
Campbell Peter Oobley 

Campbell ClaranceD., tallyman 

• Bliiir WilliMm T. 

Blair Miss Ada A., dressmaker 

1th av. intersects. 

• Des Brisay Alexander, grocer 
Campbell Edwin Thomas, manager 

• De Pencier Henry 
Lowe Miss Sarab 

8<A av. intersects. 

• Burritt Henry Dunhnm, M.D., L.D.S. 

^th av. intersects. 



' Johnston Itenjamin »., of Johnson & Co 

* Boyd George, carpenter 

\Mh (IV. intfrnects, 
Wth (tv. tnterufCls. 

' [l'''|,^^'^'', »>rewery, Jacob Wra. De Witt, prop 
DeWilt hugcnc ' "^ 

DfWitt Jo.seph, .salesman 

* Alcock Alfred John, Vinegar mnfr. 

* Johnston John W., city policenma 

VUh av. intersects. 

* Fetterley Colin, laborer 

* Williams Charles, at I.eamy & Kvle's mill 

* Phillips Charles, laborer y'^^"m 

* Uinsmore Abraham, carpenter 

I'M/i av. intersects, 
lith av. intersects. 
15th av. intersects. 

WESTMIN.STKR ROAD, from West 
miii8tor Av. South 

nOTH SIDRa. 

* Myers William, grocer 

Bth av. ir is, 

9th av. i 1. 

* Wigglesworth Isaac u alsh, butcher 
Wigglesworih John Walsh, butcher 

* f'a''*';.C,'-eek school, Div. I., Miss Archena 

J. McUougall, teacher 

* False Creek school, Div. II., Miss Alida M, 

Robmson, teacher 

* Crookall John, bricklayer 
Roward Francis, bricklayer 

10th av. inter.^ects. 

* Kelvy George, carpenter 

* Costell Michael 

* Parker Frederick William, clerk O.P R. 

* Vacant house 

* Hunt Edr/ard, architect 

* Hunt Mrs. Emily, widow 
Ravey James, black.^mith 

* English Church, G. Finesse Clinton 

* Hanna William James, builder 

13th av. intersects. 

* Waldren — , rancher 

* Morgan Daniel, carpenter 
Morgan Claude 

* Chinese occupants 

* McGeer James M.. dairyman 
Noon William, dairyman 
Grierson Andrew, driver 
Fowel William, ranchman , 

* Curran Edward, bartender Junction housel 
Henry Marvin J., gardener 

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Note. — Tiib collowins AftREviAttoHs ark used is tke Vaxcouvkr DiRKctORv ; the word 
street is omitted afier the name of the street; a? avenue; nr near ; cor corner; 
R.C.P.M. Co., Royal City Planing Mills Co.; C.P.R., Canadian Picific Railway; 
C.P.N. Co., Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. ; H.S.M., Hastings !iau) Mill; V.C.F. & 
M.W., Vimcouver City f'oundry and Machine Works Co. 



This wonderful young city is situated at the Western terrainiis of tli6 

I Canadian Pacific Railway, 15 miles north of the mouth of the Fraser Kiver. 

The principal part of the city occupies a peninsula, bounded north by the 

waters of Burrard Inlet, south by a small in ' illation called False Creek, and 

west by English Bay, of which the other tww .. arms. Tho city is extending 

1 to the fcivot, and to the south across False Creek. 

The site of Vancouver could scarcely have been butter chosen for ;t large 

[city. The peninsula on which it is located rises to an attitude of about two 

1 hundred feet at the highest point, and from the central ridge there is a distinct 

Idescent to the water's edge on either side. This affords the most perfect 

Idrainageat all times. Burrard Inlet is always safely navigable foi ihe dcep- 

|est draft vessels, and is one of the finest harbors in the world. The passage 

at the narrows or mouth of the inlet is about half a mile wide. Opposit he 

city front, however, it is more than two miles wide, with a depth varyii irom 

six to twenty fathoms, and extends inland about twenty miles, ami affords 

access to a considerable area of rich country, the products of which Vancou. 

governs, in this respect serving the commercial purpose of a large river, 

)n the west and south, English bay and False creek also afford accommoda- 

I for shipping. Tho capacity of the city for marine commerce can never 

be outgrown, no matter what magnitude it may attain. 

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A few wooden buildings occupied by fishermen and lumbermen were 
known by the name of " Gaotown ;" after a time it assumed more importance 
and was called Granville. When it was settled that the Canadian Pacific 
Ey. would make this point its western terminus, the hitherto insignificant 
village suddenly sprang into prominence, and it was incorporated under the 
name " Vancouver," on April 6th, 1886, the population being about GOO. 
The name is in honor of Capt. Geo. Vancouver, R. N., who, one hundred 
years ago, discovered, explored and named Burrard inlet. Its prosperity in 
the near future is a matter of certainty, and it is sure to increase until it 
attains the proportions of a magnificent city. 

Four years ago, nine-tenths of the present area of the city was a dense 
unbroken forest of high firs, with but a single street and a few rough log<,'injj 
roads, leading into the forest ; one of these to New Westminster. The 
timber was being removed at a cost of about $300 an acre, and the place was | 
being transformed from a wilderness to a city, when in a few hoiiis, ou ii;e | 
13th June, 1886, a fire swept the place, and only left a few buildings stanil. 
ing. Phcenix like it has sprung from its own ashes, for on the completion iu | 
May, 1887, of the C.P.R. into Vancouver, and the arrival of the first throu<;li 
train from Montreal, an impetus was given the growth of the city, and the I 
advancement made is marvellous. 

In January, 1886, the population was 600 ; January, 1887, 2,000; 
January, 1888, 6,000; January, 1889, 10,000 ; and in January, 1890, it u\ 
estimated will be 15,000. 

The following statistics are from the voters' list of the city : 

No. of Voters. 1887. 1888. 1889. 

Ward 1 207 409 672 

Ward II 297 426 621 

Ward III 180 346 472 

Ward IV 151 .8 481 

Ward V 54 97 185 

Totals 889 1536 2431 

The dim i(e is temperate, the thermometer seldom registering above 9it'^j i .i 
in the sunimef, and lower than 10" in winter. The rainy season may kH 5.. , 
considered (-111 November till March. The driest months in the yetii''"'^E,j-p] j 
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Spring early and mild. 

Summer is warm, even temperature, cool and pleasant evenings, even 
after the hottr-*- days. 

Autumn bright and pleasant. 

Winter, damp, snow falling occasionally, rema'ning but a short time 
jinterspersed with clear, beautiful weather, when the snow-capped mountain 

8 across the Inlet look dazzlingly beautiful in the sunshine. 

The city is laid out on a magnificent scale, and is being built up in style 
ully in accordance with the plan. 

Handsome blocks of buildings, three and four stories high, built of 
anite and brick, with all modern conveniences. The residence portion is not 
lacking in houses that would do credit to any of our Canadian cities. 

Neavely all the streets are graded. The more important business ones 
leing planked. Good wide sidewalks. Electric motor street cars will be in 
iperation early this year, streets are well lighted with the electric arc light, 
he street names are placed on the houses at the corners, and all the houses 
e uumbered. The system being 100 numbers to a block. 

The several churches are represented as follows : Episcopalian, 2 ; Eom- 

Catholic ; Presbyterian, 2 ; Methodist, 2 ; Baptist ; Congregational ; 
inese Mission. 

Its daily papers, the News Advertiser (morning) and World (evening), 
ve their readers the latest news from all over the world, and are indicative 
the energy and enterprise of its citizens. Both papers publish weekly edi- 
ns, 

The Water Works system is second to none. 

The elevation of the reservoir on Capilano Eiver across the Inlet is over 
above high water mark, the average he lit of the city being about 100 
t, extreme height South of False Creek (Mount Pleasant), 200 feet. 

A sewerage system of wooden boxes is giving satisfaction. Some 15,000 
thave ali'eady been laid, and are being extended. 

The Fire Department has two stations, each of which contains a steam 
engine and hose reels, which are drawn by horses. There is also a hook 

ladder truck. 

Stanley Park, a peninsula of 950 acres, almost surrounded by water, is 
ircled by a beautiful 10 mile Driving Eoad, and intersected by drives and 
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East End Park contains 160 acres granted by the Local Government. 

The city has also 40 acres of land on south side of False Creek reserved 
for park purposes. 

The hotel accommodation of the city is far ahead of what would be 
expected in so young a city. The C.P.R. Co. hotel, the Hotel Vancouver, a 
magnificent building, 130 by 104 feet, which coat $250,000, and in it are 
found all the comforts and luxuries of a first-class house ; among the mauy 
other hotels in the city, the Leland House takes the first place. 

Its docks present a lively appearance ; from them regularly arrive and 
depart steamers and ships for local and foreign ports. The Clyde built 
steamer " Islander " makes daily trips to Victoria, distance 90 miles, in con- 
nection with the C.P.R. trains. 

The Canadian Pacific SS. Co.'s steamships ply tri-weekly between this 
port and Yokahama aud Hong Kong. 

The Pacific Coast Steamship Co.'s boats arrive every five days on their | 
regular trips from San Francisco to Puget Sound and B. C. waters, 

Str. "Premier," tri-weekly to Port Townsend, Seattle, Tacoma and I 
other Puget Sound ports, Str. " Dunsmuir," tri-weekly to lianaimo and| 
New Westm'nster. 

Several sailing ships are generally anchored in the harbor or loading I 
lumber at the saw mills, as a large foreign export trade is carried on thiough 
them. 

That great chain, the C.P.R., binds British Columbia to the Eastern part I 
of our Dominion, first giving existence to Vanconver, and is now doing mucb[ 
for its prosperity as well as for the geiu'ral good of the Province. 

The C. P. R. have been true to tlieir word in making Vancouver theirl 
terminus, of which the centralization of their work and machine shops, carl 
factories, etc., in the portion of our City called Yaletown, gives the best])ronf,| 
This city will shortly become the connecting link between The Seattle, Lak-;, 
Shore and Eastern Railway, which vvill cross the Eraser River at Missioiil 
Station, and the New Westminster and Southern Railway ; these are beiiJ 
rapidly pushed, so that Vancouver will become the point of the North PiicitiJ 
slope for transmission of freight and passengjrs to and from the Orient aD| 
Australia. 

As to the industries of the city, it is only necessary to examine tlie : 
lowing pages, and also the classified directory, to realize that Vancouver liiil 
a great future before it ; other places have sprung up rapidly, but there isD] 
record on this continent of the building of a similar city with all the improvel 
ments of modern civilization in so short a period. 



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Real Estate Brokers, 

Pinancial and Insurance Agsnts, 

Corner Cordova & Gamble Sts., 
V^-NCOUVER, B.C, 

P.O. Box 477. Telcpbope No. aia. 



Special Attention given ti> Investments and 
the Management of Instates for Noa-lieHltlents. 



VANCOUVER. 

Abbott Alox., plumber, 1G2 Water, bds 
S(evvitrt House 
" Graham, res Hastings eor Howe 

AbbottHarry, general superin- 
tendent Pacific division 
C. P. R., res Hastings cor 
Howe. Tei office 20 res Tel 
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Abbott J., emp. E. C. P. M. Co. 
" M, L., res llastiugs cor Howe 

Abbott Street shavl.ig parlor 

and batlis, II. T. Scurry, mgr., 25 

Abbott 

AbramH John, Al ham bra hotel 

Abra}' Jackson T., constable city police, 

roN 337 Richards 
Acorn Alox. B,,speculator 21 Cordova, 
res 618 Powell 
" Mrs. El vena, music teachei', 618 
Powell 
I Adair Wm., shoemaker 
I Adams Miss Alice L., 324 Powell 
" Miss Alice,dressmaker,res Harris 
" Miss, 212 Cordova 
" George, laborer Turnbull & Co., 

res Keef'er 
" Herb. Thompson, of Wilson & 

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" H, T., butcher, 219 Prior 



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Adams Mark, barber, 64 Water, bds 
Gold House 
" Mrs. Frances C, wid D. W., res 
324 Powell 
Adamihwaite Walter, carpenter, 422 

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Addison Chas., shoemaker, 26 Abbott, 
res siime 
" John, teamster, 336 Carroll 
Aden I. J., bds Stewart House 

iEtna Fire Insurance Co. of 
Hartford ; Ross & Ceperley, 
agents, Post Office block, 
313 Hastings 

Aggason Elie,domestic, 143 Hastings E 
Agnevv Ribt. Stuart, carpenter, 534 

New Westminster av 
Aitchison Mrs. Duvid A., 628 Powell 

" Wm., f(U-eman V. S. J. Lime Co., 
res 628 Powell 
Albinson J., engineer hotel Vancouver, 

Georgia cor Granville 

Albion Hotel, Lee & Cowderoy, 

proprietors, 135 and 137 Water 

Albion Hou^o, Brown & White, dry 

goods, 30 Carroll 
Albutt Alfied A., butcher, 5 Cordova, 

res Prince Edward 
Alcazar saloon, cor Abbott and 

Trounce Alley, Tel 208 
Aloock A.J., vinegarml'r, Westminster 
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Notary Public. Insurance. 

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REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

mm MASiPii^^s ST., 

VANCOUVER, B. O. 

Alcock Jonathan R, of B. C. Invest. 
Co., re.s Georf(ia 
Jolin, re8 Barnard 
MisH M. A., nurt*e City Ho.spital 
Mark, res Barnard 
Thos. Henry, master mariner, res 
Barnard 

Aldons George, emp. R. C. P. M. Co. 
Alexander Fred. W., clerk Thomas 
Dunn & Co., bds 300 Alexander 
" Miss, 800 Alexander 

Alexander Richard H., mana- 
ger Hastings Saw Mill Co. 
(I.d.)y res Alexandercor Gore 
av Tel 202 

Alexander Eichard H. H., 2nd foreman 
H. S. M., res 300 Alexander 

Alhainbra Ilolel, Wilson McKinnon, 
prop., coj'Carroll and Water Tol 105 

Allan Geo. Lawson, boots and shoos, 
!3 C(»rdova, les 310 Hastings 
" xMiss Eleanor M.,310 Hastinfrs 
" Chas., hiborer Turn bull & Co. 

Allan Nicol, prop Edinbursh 

hotel, 124 Water 

Allan Robt., emp. R. C. P. M. Co. 
Allan VVm. Andrew, clerk, 13 Cordova, 
bds 310 Hastings 
" R. E., of Burdis & Allan, res 

Oppenhoimer 
" Wm. Fen wick, 310 Hastingb 






Allardyce Lewis J., electrician, res 

313 Hastings E 
** Miss Margaret, nurse, 313 Hast. 

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" Mrs, Margaret, wid Jos., nurse, 

311 Hastings E 
Allen Fred., clerk, 107 Water, res 

Abbott 
" James A., ship carpenter, res 

False Creek near foot Cainliie 
" James, painter, Princess nr New 

Westminster av 
John, carpenter, IkIs Gold House 
John, longshoreman, nr C. P. B, 

freight siieds 
" Miss Jennie, tailoress, 140 Cor- 
dova, res 313 Howe 
" Thos. O., of Allan & McDonald, 

res 2 Cordova 
" Thomas, apprentice V. C. F. & 

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" Wm. John, carpenter, 415 Drake 

Allen & McDonald, Bah ^ral 

hotel, 2 Cordova 

Allen Siliis H., engineer, bds Northern 
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W. H., res Windsor Hotel 
Wm., mechanic, res 423 Gran- 
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" William John, mechanic, res 427 
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Allison George, res Prior 
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Robert, laborer for G. F. Slater, 
bds Northern hotel 
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Anderson Alfred, barber, res 213 1 
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" Miss Jane Aim, Burrard nr Eob-] 

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" David, of B. C. Invest. Co., rej| 
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Anderson Frod., barber, 174 Water, res 
Georj^ia 
" J. C, bds Stewart House 
" Alex. A., foreman Wor.d 
" Gr., enf^ineevstr "Mamie" 
" J., laborer, "Water Front nr West- 
minster av 

Anderson R. A., & Co., real 
estate and insurance, N. P., 

and collectors, 107 Cambie. Tel 21-t 

Anderson Lewis, seamnn, 320 Carroll 
" Eobert Alex , of R. A. Anderson 
& Co.. 107 Cambie, bds Manor 
House 
" W., fireman sir "Mamie" 
" W. FerjL?us, travellin<^ auditor 
C.P.R., bds Dunsmuir cor Sey- 
mour 
Andrews James, crptr, res 517 Powell 



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" Thomas, laborer, 138 Alexander 

" Thomiis, carpenter, 12lh av 
Anirns Ricliard, clerk voucher dept 

C. P. R., bds Loland House 
Aiismann 8am., luii-tender, 25 Dupont 
Anstie Henry James, Jeweller, for 

Davidson Bros, res 323 Homer 
Apens E. G., C. P. R., res fil7 Seymour 
Apnant Georijje, H. S. mill 
Apstaker Abraham, of Nicholson & 

Apstaker, 9 Carroll 
Arata Certowe, cook Hotel Europe, 11 

Powell 
Archer Frank, logger, bds Stewart 

House 

" W.C, & Co.,brokers,222 Cordova 

" Walter Charles, of W. C. 

Archer & Co., res 356 Richards 
Arden John, employee ii. C. A. & 

M. Water Works, res Prior 
Arkell Hy., produce and commission, 

107 Water, bds Leland house. Tel. 92 
Arkle Christopher, carpenter, res 44 

Park av 
Arlington hotel, F. Foubert, prop, 506 

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REAIi KSTATK IN ALL. PARTS OF THE 
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Armour Frederick, carpenter R. C. P- 

M. Co., res rear 17 Hastings E 
Armstrong Frank, drugfrist's asst., 115 
Carroll, bds Gold House 

" Isaac James, blacksmith, res 
Oppenheimer 

" Josepii Whitehead, patternmaker 
res Richards bet Davie & Dnike» 

" Wm. Henrj-, ccmtractor, 331 
Oppenheimer 
Arsell Edwin, night watchman H. S. 

Mill 
Arthur C, emp. R. C. P. M. Co. 
A-*bury Samuel, ot Sweet & Asbury, 

Pender between Howe and Granville 
Ash John, cabinetmaker, res False 

Creek nr Fool Cambie 
Ashworth Wm. Samuel, janitor, res 

131 Hastings E 
Askew Chas, clerk Hudson Bay Co., 

150 Cordova 
As])enall Miss Maggie, waitress, 56 

Cordova 
Atherton C. H., clerk master mechan- 
ic's office C. P. R. 

" Geo. v., cigar maker, res 346 
Cambie 

" Holly, bds 212 Harris 

" Peter, 0. P. R. freight sheds, res 
346 Cambie 

" Peter, miller, res 346 Cambie 

" T., teamster, 128 Cordova 
Atkins — , teamster for Berry, res 107 

Barnard 
Atkinson Chaudiore, cigarraaker, res 

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H. T. CEPERLEY, 

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REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

SIS MASflKeS ST.9 

VANCOUVER, B. C» 

Atlantic Beer Hall, Swan & Doering, 



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Atlas File Ast^urance Co. of London, 
H. A. Jones & Co., agentw, 312 Cor- 
dova 
Austin Jamep, president Longshore- 
men's Union, i-es Richards nr 
freight sheds 
" John, prop Bridge hotel, 796 

Westminster av, Tel 216 
" Mrs. Marion, wid, 313 Oppen- 
heimer 
Australian Bodega hotel, 88 Cordova 
Avison Henry, park ranger Stanley 

Park 
Avvrey Peter, 312 Hastings 
Axtbrd Charles, bricklayer, res 35 

Hastings E 
A^fkroyd Stephen, boat builder, ft 
Carroll, res Columbia av 



Any property for pftle in ornear the City 
can aiways be hud at lowest figures through 

C. WHETHAM & CO., 

Corner Cordova and Cambie Streets. 



The Central REAL ESTATE firm of 
the City. See their Guide to Vancouver 
Call for maps and information of any kind. 



Babington Capt. James B., capt Sir- 

"Agnes," res 10th avenue nr 

Ontario 

" Hume Blakoley, engineer, 10th 

avenue 

Baheock Wni. Geo., millwright, 9 Hast 

tinjis E 
Baguley Wm., la borer West minster av, 
Mt Pleasant 
" Tiios. George, Sreet Railway, res 
Mount Pleasant 
Bailey C. S,, of Bailey & Neelands, res 
Sejmour bet Davie and Drake 
•' Daniel, sawyer, 313 Drake 
" Mrs. Mary Ann, wid Wm., res 
Seymour bet Davie and Drake 

Bailey &Neefancl9y lands ap^? 
photographers, books and 

stationer}', pianos and organs, 221 
Hastings W 

Bain Donald, stonecutter, 132 Oppen. 
heimer 
*' Wm., carpenter, res Hamilton nr 
Dunsmuir 
Bainos Thos. H, painter, bds Stag 

and Pheasant 
Baker Chas. G., uphol-terer, 27 and 29 
Cordova, res Princess 
" E. L., laborer, 15 Pender 
" Frank, longshoreman, Powell 

nr Raymur 
" Fred,, accountant v'. C. F., res 
422 Hastings E 

Baker Henry M. R. C, Vet 
Sur£i;eon, Pat'^ce stabies, 

Pender 

Baker R., laborer, bds St Charles hotel 
Baldie Marcus, fur buyer, Alexander 

nr Hawks 
Baldwin Geo. Frederick, city treasurer, 

tax collector and assessor, res Hiuo 

nr Bute 
Ball Wm., glazier R. 0. P, M. Co, 

" W. T., agent, bds Balmoral 



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Btillantyne David, carpenter, bds 180 
Water 

Ballard Alf., carpt, S(\ymour nr Nelson 
" A., carpenter, res Granville 
" Alfred Kdwin, baUer, Seymour 
nr Nelson 

Balmoral Hotel, Allan A 

McDonald, props, cor Cordova and 
Water. Tel 236 

Balson Herbert Goo., contractor, res 

Carroll cor Track 
Bandy A., brickmaUer, bdsl66 Water 
Bunliam Alfred James, butcher, 17 
Water, res 313 Homer 

" Robert John,re8 313 Homer 

Bank of Brit ah Columbia, 
Jamea Cooper Keith, mgr, 
438 Hostinga W. Tel 13 

Banic of Britiah North Amer- 
ica, D.Simpson mgr, 32 Carroll. Tel 
221 

Bani( of Mntreal, Campbell 
Swe^^ny, mgr, 440 Haat- 

iiigs W. Tel 47 

Banks Geo., machinist, 403 Hamilton 

Baptiat Church, cor Hamilton 
and Dunamjir, Rev. J. B. 
Kennedy, paator 

Barclay John, machinist V. C. F. 
Barker Alfred James, tinner, 131 Hast- 
ings E 

" Alfred, laborer, 114 Pender 

" Alfred, tinner, 114 Carroll, res 
Opponhoimer 

" Chas, Fred., clerk purchasing 
dept C. P. R., 131 Hastings E 

" Chris. Harris, plater, res Hamil- 
ton nr Dunsmuir 

" Edward, 212 Kichards 

" Ernest Edward, of Barker & 
Mackay, res Burrard nr Alber- 
nie 






Barker & Mackay, real eatate 
agenta, 619 Hastinga Woat 

Barker Miss Alice, 28 Powell 

" Miss Jennie, domestic, Koefer 
" Miss Kale, clerk P. O., 131 Hast- 
ings K 
R., clerk C.P.R., 131 Hastings E 
Robl., real estate, 230 Cordova. 
Tel 93 
" Robert, plastei'er, res Hamilton 

nr Dunsmuir 
" Wm. Ji)s., musician, 131 Hast* 
ings E 
BarkosC. F., clerk C.P.R. gen offices 
Barlow Thomas, carpenter, 516 Cor^ 

dova 
Barnard Castle Hotal, Campbell av cor 
Powell. Tel 190 
" Frank, M. P., president VancoU' 
ver Transfer Co., res Victoria 
" John, carpenter, ft Carroll 
Barnes — , bartender, 89 Cordova 
A., emp. R.C.P.M, Co, 
Miss Cassie, school teacher, 6th 

av 
Edwin John, carpenter, West- 
minster av 
Miss Eva, 17 Dupont 
Fred., baker, 27 Abbott 
Fred, Augustus, builder, 6th av 
George, of Rounsfell k Co., res 
123 Princess 
" Wm., waiter H. S. M. Co. 
Barnett Thos. Edward, mechanical 
engineer, 422 Cordova, res 
Richards 
Barnhart Peter Ashton, passenger con- 
ductor C. P. U., res Pender nr Bute 
Barnwell Thos. Wm., baker, res 

Richards 
Barr James, carpenter, bda 530 Sey- 
mour 
Barry Anthony F., shoemaker, 108 
Carroll, res 29 Hastings 
" Michael 11., prop Junction House, 
Westminster av 
Barthel Herman, prop. Louvre hotel 
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POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

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VANCOUVER, B. C. 



Bastion Ovvon, omp. R.CP.M. Co. 
Bates S. J., bds 166 Wiiior 

" Solomon, poller, 89 Cordova 

" James, bartender, 796 Westmin- 
Ktei' av 
Batty Geo., laborer, 214 Columbia 
Baur Joseph, les Howe 
Bay View hotel, Kent & Taleott, 514 

Cordova 
Bayley Tiiomas, Leamy & Kyle's mill, 

res 13th av cor Quebec 
Baynos Ed., carpenter, Barnard 

" Bichard Andrew, carpenter,Gth av 
Beales Charles A., carpenter, res Drake 

nr Bute 
Beam Wm., C. P. R., 413 Drake 
Boasley Alex.Ferrier, clerk, 511 Hast- i 

ings, rooms New York blk 

Beattie A. Murray, auctioneer, 

appraiser and real estate agent, 114 
Gamble, res4ti4 Seymour 

Beatt3' James, millhand, res Granville 

nr Drake 
Beaudry Eugeno, clerk stores dept , 

C. P. R., bds Balmoral ! 

Beaumont Sam., laborer, Powell nr 

Campbell av 
Beaven VVm. J., ledger keeper Bank of 

Montreal, res 307 Powell 

Beaver Line of Steamships, 
W. L. Leonard & Co., agents 

Becic Albert Edward, barrister, 

1 and 2 Caldwell blk, 15 Cjrdova, 
res same. Tel 139 



Beckett Thon., painter, 321 HamiUcin 
B KC K IN( IS ATi E DON AL I) LO FT US, 

M. J)., 10!>Cambie, res Georgia nr 

Howe. T»*l (ifflce 33, tel res IHG 
Beckwick Ciirisiopher, laborer, ros 

Alexander Beach 
BocUwith Chs,, fireman V. C. F. 
Becchcr Hurgerfonl, lab, Stanley Park 
Boor GeofiTO, btirtender, 3!) Cordova 
Behnson Christian Louis, mgr Kurts 

& ('<»., 162 Cordova, rooms sami 
Bell Francis, 212 Harris 

" n. A., of Bell & McKenzic, res 
Granville 

Beli & IMcKenzie, siiop and 

olHcecon tractors, Ponder 

" Francis Griffln, of H. A. Berry 

&Co., res 212 Harris 
" Robert I., contractor, 608 Pow -ll 
" Joseph, teamster, bds 10'> Bin- 

nard 
" Joseph, teamster, 105 Hastings 
West 
Telephone Co., 517 Hastings W 
Wm., carpenter, bds St Cliuiles 
hotel 

" Miss Liiura, 11 Dupont 
Bcllanger Wm., 37 Hastings E 
BELL-IRVING DUNCAN, M.R.C.S,, 
oifice 332 Cordova, res 308 
Alt'xunder. Tel 66 
" Irving Henry, of Bell-Irving & 
Patterson, res 310 Alexander. 
Tel 104 
BELL-IRVING & JOHNSTON, phy- 
sicians, 332 Cordova. Tel 102 

Beli-lrvins & Paterson, ship- 
ping agents, whoiesaie and 
commission merchants,and 
general importers, Ri^^hards 
cor Cordova. Tel 169 

Bellamay Sidney, apprentice, 334 Cor- 
dova, bds 141 Hastings E 

Belmont Miss Poll}', domestic, 333 
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" "Wm. E., shoem! 
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Benson J. Staflforfl, 
Cassidy & Co., 

" Tlios., rnacliinist 

Bent Joseph IIdwo, eo 

Cordova, res 30 

" W., tuamstur K.t 
Benwell John Oliver, s 

of B. X. A., 30 Ci 

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Borb Alfred, l)oilermak 

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Carroll, res Kamo 
Ber<ieroii Louis, carp( 

Pender 

BERRY H. A.,&. CO,, 

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" Henry A., of H. 1 

212 Harris 
" Thos., Pullm.n 

Abbott 

Bertram John, & So 
W. U. Ueonard & 

JBertrand L. M., C. P. 1 
hotel 
" Miss V'M'ifinia, clo 
in<;s, bds Soyniou 
iBurtranx Ik, Co., groeors, 
Tel 123 
" Geo. E., of Bertra 
Haro nr Bi'lo 
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Bennett Horny, miichinist V. C. F. & 
M. VV. 
TliOH., liihorer, 313 Pi-incosa 
'I'lios., laborer, 313 Gore av 
Wm., KhoemaUor, 611 Seymour 
Wtn. E., Hhoemakor, Pender nr 
Soyinour, res Eobso'i nr Graii- 
villu 
Benson J. Stafiforfl, liookkceper Geo. 
Cassidy & Co., bds Oriental 
" Tlios., macbiniHt 11. S. M. 
Bent Joseph Howe, eomm. ai^ent, 190 
Cordovti, rc'8 309 Homtr 
<« W., teamstor R.C.P.M. Co. 
Benwell John Oliver, accountant Bank 
of B. N. A., 30 Carroll, res Fer- 
guson block, liichards 
Berb Alfred, boilermaker V.C.F. & M. 

VV., van 23 Duidevy av 
Bere.sford Hector Cliaries, teas, 8 

Carroll, res same 
Borjjeron Louis, carpenter, bds 500 
Pender 

BERRY H. A., & CO,, express, truck 
and (Iraj-jnon, 128 Cordova, 
stables 212 Harris. Tef'Sl 
Hoiiry A., of H. A. Berry & Co., 

212 Harris 
Thos., Pullin ..n EostJiurant, 3 
Abbott 

Bertram John,&SonSyDuncias, 
W. L. Ueonard & Co., agents 

Bertrand L. M., C. P. K., bds Louvre 

hotel 
" MisH V'M-ufinia, clerk, 400 Hast- 

in<;s, bds Seymour 
ortraux &, Co., grocers, 530 tfastings. 

Tel 123 
" G(M). E., of Berlraux & Co., res 

Haro nr Biuo 
etts rev J< l.n F., pasior Princess at 
Methodist Cliurch, res Princess nr 
Dun levy av 

lowicke Porcival H., of Bewicko & 
Wullfsohn, res 724 Huslirigs VV 



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Bewicke & Wulffsohr>, bank- 
ers, financial, real estate and 
Insurance agents, 424 Cor- 
dova. Tel 50 

Biorre George, deckh&nd Str "Mamie' ' 

Biggert Miss L. B., res Oppenheimor 

" Mrs. Z., wid Robert, tailoress 

cor Oppenheimer and Carl av 
" Percy, 420 Cordova, res Oppen- 
heimer 
BiggetThs., clerk, Powell cor Hayes av 
Bigham Joseph, cabinetmaker, 513 

Pender, res same 
Binks Geo., painter, 93 Cordova 
Birchall Caleb B.,Ross & Ceporley, res 
340 i^eymour 
" Caleb, bookkeeper A.T. McNabb, 
res Pender 
BLscier Anthony, laborer, Stanley Park 
Bishop Fletcher P., painter, bils Gold 

House 

Black Alfred Seymour, of Tuck & 

Bhick, res cor Robson and Bute 

« Alex P., of Haywood & Black, 

res Oppenheimer cor Carl. Tel 

143 

" Arthur, clerk Port Muody Saw 

mill, res cor Butt and Robson 
" A. W., storekeeper C.P.R., Paci- 

lic Division. Tel 8 
" Geo., of Black & Wilkinson, bds 

Brighton House 
" George, emp. R.C.P.M. 
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Notary Public. Insurance. 

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REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

HfB MASTIH^S ST., 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 



Black James, C. P. 11., Hornby nr 
Nelson 
" James N",, carpenter, cor West- 
minster and West av 
" James, carpenter, 201 Hastings E 

Black Thorn -IS Thomson, so- 
licitor, notary public, co - 
missione" to admin ster 
oaths in the Supreme Court 
of B. C., ofTice ! Oppenhei- 
mer, res 331 Seymour 

Blacic & Willcinson, props 

Palace Livery stables, cor Burrard j 

and Pender 

Black Walter, bricklayer, 205 Georgia 
Blackburn A. E., 15 Cordova 

" Albert, porter Arlington hotel, 
500 Pender 
John Francis, painter, 16 Park av 
W. J, mgr Dougall Ilouse 

Blaclcmore Wm., architect, 
422 Cordova, res 340 Howe 

Blackstone Thomas, fireman, bds 

Glasgow hotel 
Blair Miss Edith, dressmaker, res 
Westminster av. Mount Peasant 
" James, fireman No. 3 fire hall,bd8 

540 Seymour 
" Thos., carpenter, bds Louvre 

hotel 
" W. T., Westminster av, Mount 
_ Pleasant 






Blair Samuel, C. P, R., Eichards bo 
Davie and Drake 
" Wni., logger, bds Gl isgow hotel 
Blake Manufacturing C)., Geo. P. 
Bo-ton, steam pumps, W. L. 
Leonard & Co., .-igcnts 
" John, porter Hotel Vancouver 
I Blake John Joseph, barrister, city sol- 
icitor, res Hornbv nr Dunsmuir 
IbLAKH: JOHN FETEU, baker and 
j gi'ocer, 423 Hastings E, res 425 
' Hastings E, 

i Blakie Walter, of Wilson & Blakie res 
I 439 Hotner ' 

; Blanehard Clias., laborer, Water nr 

Westminster av 
Bliss John H., of Tye & Co., res 
j Nanaimo 

Blomquist F. M., sign writer, decorator 
and paper hanger, 310 Hastings W, 
rms 1(52 Coi'dova 
Blough John H., cpr, b Is L )avro hotel 
" John, carpenter, res 423 Homer 
Ely the Allan, laborer, bds 50(5 Oppen- 
heimer 
" Henry, foreman Street Railway 
Co., res 50G Oppenlieimor 
Boak Albert Ale.x., of Rohertson &Co., 

307 Cordova, res 449 Homer 
Boardman Sam., plumber, 114 Carroll 
" Samuel Henry, jjlumbor, 307 
Richards 
Board of Trade, rooms 1 Oppenheimer. 

Tel 127. 
Boat Samuel, laborer TurnbuU & Co. 
Boathouse, not Cambie, Hayden & 
Walker, props 

Bodega, A. J. Macpherson, 

prop., 21 Carroll, Tel. 142, 

Bodwell Annie E. L. Miss, res Georgia 
" David, res Lansdown, Mount 
Pleasant 

Bodwell Bros., real estate, 
insurance, and general 
agents, conveyancers, nota- 
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Bodwell Frank Viniii<T, of Bodwell 
Bros., res Ge()r<;ia, Tel, 147. 
" Frcdwaril Craiidur of Bodwell 
Bros . , 

Boehlofsky F. A., prop. Inter, 
national Restaurant & Hotel 
135 Cordova, r6s509 HastI 

ings 

Boeur Iwador, res Hornby nr Davie 
" Mary Misa, waitress, Granville nr 

BOLTOX CHARLES McNEIL, U, S, 
consular ajrent and Customs 
Inspector, 51G Cordova, res 
Alberni nr Brougliton, Tel 29, 
res tel 230 
" Marj^aret Mrs.,wid Richard, dress- 
maker, .309 Richards 
" Henry, cmp, Street Railway, bds 
424 Haslin-^s E 
Bone John, carponiei-, 326 Seymour 
Bonner .Toll n, liorseshoer, 117 Columbia 
BootheTlios.jtii'cman Hotel Vancouver 
Borland llobert, teamster, l.i7 Hast- 
ings E, res 219 Prior 
Boston Millinery Rooms, Misa 31. 
Logan, 418 Cordova 

Boston Woven l-Sose Co., fire 

and mill hose, W. L. Leonard & Co. 
agents 
Bosusto W. Chas., clerk, 314 Cordova 
Boswell Ctco. Chas,, miner, 125 West- 
minster av 
Bouillon Arthur, Carl av nr Hastings 
" Joseph, Ciirpentcr, re.s Carl av 
south of Hastings 
Boultbc(* Frank, bookkeeper Water 
Works, res Pender nr Homer 
" Helen Miss, 330 Oppenheimer 
" S. Miss, Pender nr Homer 
" E. S. Mrs., rvid Wasliington, res 
Pender bet Homer and Richards 
BOULTBEE JOHN, barrister and 
aliy-at-law, conveyancer, N. P., 
Wilson block, Abbott, res 330 
Oppenheimer, Tel 39,re8 Tel 1^1 



REAL * ESTATE 

AND 

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153 CORDOVA ST., YASCCtJTER, B.C< 

RBAL ESTATE IN AIX, PAKTS OF THE 
CITY AND PKOVINCE. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 



Boultbeo Waher, Pender nr Homer 

Boulton Frederick, laborer, res Alex- 
ander street Beach 

Bourchior Capt, Richard, Eaton, res 
140 Homer 

Boutilior Francis, res 435 Homer, of 
Donohoe & Boulilior 

Bourdeau Arthur, logger, bds Arling- 
ton hotel 

Bourke Walter, lab., res Oppenheimer 

Bourne A, S,, cletk CP.R, Gen. Office 

Bowell Chai'les J., 

" John Moore, collector of Customs, 
202 Granville, res cor Haro and 
Bute, Tel, 183 

Bowker John Sylvester, clerk Hay- 
wood & Black 

Bowman Joseph, carpenter, res rear 110 
Has I ings 

Bowser Frank, Custom House, res 438 
Seymour 

B>ycc George H., bookkeeper Vancou- 
ver Brewery, 7th av 

Bojd — , of Boyd «fc Clendenning, res 
Powell 
" Geoi'ge, car|)Gnter, res Westmin- 
ster av nr 1 0th 

" & Clendenning, contractors, West- 
minster av 
" J. A., emp, R.C.P.M, Co 
" Thomas Henry, contractor grad- 
ing, res cor Carl av and Oppen- 
heimer 
Boyer Charles, laborer, 8tb near Quo- 
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Notary Public. Insurance, 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & IN8DRANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Boyes Ricluird, engineer Robt. Kerr, 

318 Powell 
Bradbury Thos , contractor, Keefer nr 

Gore av 
Bradon Eobt., laborer, 30J Park av 
Bradshaw .Joseph, Ifib, 123 HaatinijsE 
Bragg — , moulder V. C. F., bds What- 
cheer House 

" Frod.. driver Vane. S.J. Lime Co., 
res Rich aids 

" Wm., moulder V. C. F. 
Bravvne Frank Heiuy, painter, 2G2 

Barn! rd 
Bray Tboa., carpenter, Robson nr 
Bute 

" Edwin, carpenter, RobHon nr 
Bute 
Brearton James, carpenter, res Fowe 
Brechin Eobt., bookkeeper "V. S. Cook, 

res Gore av 

Bredemeyer W., Fhi Dr., 
mining engineer, surveyor 
and assayer, Masoni ^ block, 
309 Cordova 

Brenton John, Mount Pleasant 
Brorerton Richard Ralph, res over 328 

Seymour 
Bretiiour Christopher, scowman for 

W S. Cook, bds Central hotel 
Brett Robt. E., clerk assistant super! n- 

intondent's office C. P. R., bds Leiand 

House 
Bridge hotel, John Austin, prop, 796 

W(fstrainster av Tel 21(J 



Brethonr Christopber, moulder, bds 56 

Cordova 
Brett Robert E., clerk to asst supt 

C. P. R. 
Bridges John, blacksmith C. P. R,> 

Richards nr Drake 
Brighouse Samuel, alderman, ros 

Pen ler nr Burrard 
Brims John, car oiler, res Pender 

British America Fire Insur- 
ance Co. of Toronto, if{os9& 
Ceperley, agents, Post Office 
blocic, 313 Hastings 

British Coluubia Areatod Mineral 
Water Co., Prior s(. Tel 162 
B. C. Book Store, Wm. Harrison, Ab- 
bott nr Cordova 

British Columbia Gazetteer 
& Directory, Henderson Dir- 
ectory Co., publishers, P.O. 
Box 278 Victoria 

British Columbia market, Van Volken- 
burgh & Bro., 19 Water 

" Coluaibiii cmj)loyrneiit agency, 
97 Coidova 

" Columbia Fire Insuranae Co,,R.A. 

Anderson & Co., agents, 107 Cam- 

bie and Bodwell J3^o^, 301 Cordova 

Brirish Co!umbia Investment 
Co., Real iSstate, Fi/ancial 
and insurance agents 236 
Cordova 

" Columbia Smelting Co. (Ltd.) 
Burrard Ldet 

" Empire Mutual Life, 230 Cor- 
dova 
Brittin Ernest C, clerk, 59 Cordova, 

ros Fire Hall 

Broad E., & Sons, 8t Stephen, 

N. B., axes and edge tools, W. L. 
I^oonard & Co., agents 
Broad Frank, butcher, 26 Gore av 



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Brocklesby & Co., H. A., props 

Windsor liotol, cor l-'onder and 
Seymour 

Brocldesby H. A., of Brocklesby & 

Co., cor Pender ai)d Seymour 
Bi'oflcwell David, teamster John Mc- 
Dowell, res Mount Pleasant 
Bi'ookinjj James, plasterer, Howe nr 

Hc'lincken 
Brooks Jdhn Jacob, poundkeeper, res 
028 Powell 
" James, plasterer, 22t Prior 
" Joseph, carpenter, bds St Charles 
hotel 
Brophy John P., aceor.ntant, 424 Cor- 
dova, bds 421 liichards 
Bi'osh Josie Miss, 17 Dupont 
Bross John, butcher, 27 Carroll, res 

i<au)0 
Bruwn Arthur, compositor World, res 
206 Gamble 
" Benjamin, porter Oppenheimer 
Bros., res Carroll near Opera 
House 
" Chas. Alex., painter, 108 Gamble, 

les 422 Pender 
" Chas., painter, 108 Gamble, res 

Pender 
" Ciiurles L., clerk Mayor & Pear- 
son, res loth av cor Quebec 
BEOWN J). E., asst. gen. freifrht and 
pass ajijent C.P.R,offict New York 
block (jrranvi lie, res Anderson block 
Granville. Tel 228 

Brown Edward A., real estate 

and insurance l-roker, tJO Cordova 
res 311 Hastings West 

Brown Elizabeth Mrs., wid, nurse, 311 

Oppenheimer 
" lilrnost W., cleric, 313 Hastings 

W, i-es Gam bio nr Georgia 
" G. McL., ticket agent C. P. R., 

depot 
" H. A., bds Stewart House 
" Henry, of Bi'own & White, res 

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436 VISITATION STREET. 

BrownJennie MisSjHowe nr Helmcken 
" James, prop Metropolitan res- 
taurant, 242 Water 
" John, chief clerk freight depart- 
ment C. P. It., res Howe near 
Helmcken 
" John, machinist C. P. R., 307 
Drake 
John, carpenter, 233 Prior 
John, emp R. C. P. M. Co. 
John, waiter Hotel Vancouver 
John, apprentice, 1G2 Water, rea 

212 Prior 
John, day watchman H. S. M. 
John, printer, bds Stewart 

House 
John, stonemason, res 552 Sey- 
mour 
John, jr., plasterer, 522 Seymour 
Joseph, second hand goods, 5 
Carroll, res 406 Oppenheimer 
Lottie Miss, Howenr Helmcken 
Picton Caldwell Mrs., furnished 

rooms, 2 Powell 
Sam., laborei", 13th av 
Walter, clerk C. P. R., Howe 

nr Helmcken 
& White, dry goods, 30 Carroll 
Wm., carpenter, 212 Prior 
■•Vm., plumber McLennan & 

McFeely 
Wm., carpenter Q-. Cassady & 

Co. 
Wm., of Mutrie & Brown, res 
206 Gamble 



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BOSS & C^PEffLEK 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

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VANCOUVER, B. C. 



Brown Wm., laborer, bds Cambio nr 
Georfiia 

" Win. S., yardman G. Cassady «& 
Co. 
BROWNING JOHN MILNE, com- 

niissioner land dept C. P. 11., New 

York Block,ros Georgia nr Burrard^ 

Tel res 115, office to! 197 
Brunette F., lumberman, bds Arling- 
ton hotel 
BRUNETTE SAW MILL CO. (Ltd.), 

J). L. Gow, mgr of yard, 701 VVest- 

min.ster av. Tel 49 
BrunMwicIc Hotel, Pat. Carey, prop, 

29 to 35 Hastings W 
Brush Miss B., res 54 Dupont 
Bryant — , painter for Derwent 
Brydges John, blacksmith's helper 

C. P. R., bds 1127 Richards 
Brydone Jack, W.B. M. D. 
Buchanan A. H.,acct. Bk. of Montreal, 

ros Georgia 
Buckle Harry, contractor, res 29 

Hastings 
Bucknall —,119 Hastings E 

" Austin, joiner, 500 Westminster 
avenue 
Budlong Frank L., carpenter, 5th 

av 
Buie Duncan, carpenter, Dupont nr 
Westminster 

'* D., carpenter, res Westminster 
avenue 

" Nellie Miss, Hamilton nr Duns- 
muir 



Buntzon John, bookkpr, 206 Cordova 
'' Johann, 530 Cordova, rooms 
Whutham block, Cordova 

Biirchill Chas., carpenter, bds 530 
Seymour rooms 323 Homer 

Burd'sA Allan, commission, 

real estate and tinancial ageuis, 105 
Cambio 

Bnrdis Wm. David, 105 Cambio, res 

West end boat house 
Burgess John, clerk, 30 Carroll, res 
Howe 
" Joseph, carpenter, res Robson 
1 nr Burrard 

j Burk Chas., milihand H. S. M. 
Burkland Chas., prop San Francisco 

hotel, 175 Water 
Burnett W., shoemaker, res 215 Prior 
Burnham Jjconard Wm., foreman 1{, 
C. P. M. factory, res Dunsmuir 
cor Seymour 
" L. W. Mrs., dressmaker, res 
Dunsmuir cor Seymour 
Burns Chas,, foreman K. C. P. M. Co. 
Burns David, 11. C. P. 31. Co., res 52 
Westminster av 
" Frank, driver, 12 Cambie 
" W., bartender hotel Vancouver 
Burse Wilson, carpenter, Robson nr 
Burrard 

Burr Mrs. S., wid, propr. Regina 

hotel, 200 Water 
Burrard Inlet and Now Westminster 

Telephone Co., 617 Hastings W 
Burrell Harry, S. clerk, 315 Cordova, 

res Barclay nr Bute 
Burritt Henry Durham, dentist, 20(1 
Cordova,reH Westminster av, Mt 
Pleasant 

" Oscar, 12th av 

" Wm^, laborer, Quebec 
Burrows Edwai-d Douglas, of W. L, 

Davis & Co., bds Northern hotel 
Burton Herbert, bartender, 16 Carroll 
Burwell Herbert Mahon, of Garden, 

Herman & Burwell, res 423 Richards 



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Bii^bridiiv George, butcher, 17 Water, 

res Front 
Bush B. Miss, 54 Dnpont 
BiisliiR'll J. H., eiigiiioer C. P. R., bds 

G(»liieii Giilo liotol 
BushoriK Evun, R C. P. M. Co., 513 

Wcsliniiistor av 
Butler Harry, longshoreman, hds 19 

Abbott 
Biixlon J., bds hotel Vancouver 

•' Wtn.. bds hotel Vancouver 
Byrne James Dillon, clerU Rand Bros., 

res llowe 
Byron Johnson Richard, clerk, 42-t 

Cordova, bds Douglas House 



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C. W^IETHAM 8k CO., 

Real Estate Brokers, 

Financial and Insurance Agents, 

Corner Cordova & Cambie Sts^, 
A^VXCOUVKB, B.C. 

l^O. Box4?7. Tclepbope No. aia. 



Special Attention given to Investments and 
;he Management of KHtates t.>r 'Non-liesldents. 

Cabinet Hotel, F. D* McLen- 

uiin, prop, 180 Water 

C'miden Sylvester, watchman V. C. F. 

& M. W., res Alexandei' 
Caicear Joseph, logger, bds Arlington 

hcitel 
CaldcrMrs. Elizabeth, wid Wm.,house- 

kee|)or, 212 Harris 
Culderwood James C, ros Westmins 

ter av 
Caldwell C. A., clerk County Court, 
15 Cordova 

" John, emp. R.C.P.M. Co. 

" J A., emp. R.C.P.M. Co. 

" Sam. Clayton, cornice maker 
McLennan & McPcely, res 
Hastings E nr Jackson 
Caley Jlarry, carriage painter A. T. 

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Calhoun Wm. A., compositoi*, 25 Dun- 
levy av 

Calif'ori.ia Marine Insurance Co., 504 
Coi'dova 

Callander Alexander, bookkeeper Mc- 
Lennan it McFeeley, reslloincr 

Callan<l& Johnston, real estate bi'okei's, 
82 Cordova. Tol 222 

Callow J(din, 3G2Ri(diards 

' .do ■ ' ^ , props Europe hotel, 11 
! ell 
" A .cio, 11 Powell 
" Josc;)li, 11 Powell 

Cambie Henry John, C. E., engineer 
in charge Pacific Division C. 
P. R., res Georgia cjr Thurlow. 
Tel 81 

Cameron A. W., chief engineer fire 
department, 14 Water 

" A. W.iMts,prop dining department 

Suiinj'side hotel, 5 VVatcr 
*' Alexander Haveiock, miner, bds 

Cabinet hotel, 180 Water 

'' Allan, clerk general freight and 

pa>senger department C. P. H., 

Now York block 

Daniel, logger, bds Glasgow hotel 

Evelyn E, Miss, dressmaker, 50 

Gore iiv 
John D., carpenter, res 50 Gore 

avenue 
J. W., engineer R. C. P. M res., 

Princess 
J. Donald, city police 
Linda Miss, reft 5 Water 



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Ciimeron Murdoch, aoct., Corbould, 
McColl & Jennn, ros Granville 

" Miilcolrn, logger, bds Glasgow 
hotel 
Camp Homy, millhand H. S, M. 
Campbell Alexander, biaoksmith 
V. C. F. & M. W. 

" A. coiifoctionery, 35 Carroll 

" Angus, hdmrer, res 2(i6 Prior 

" Alex., 115 Hastings E 

" C, checker K. C. P. M. Co. 

" Cliarles, logger, ros 2(l6 Prior 

" ClareTice D.,' E. C. P. M., res 
Westminster av, Mt Pleasant 

" Cores de Vries, -mechanist, 
rooms 336 Homer 

" Donald J., of Campbell & Martin, 
27 Abbott 

" Donald, clerk, ros Prior 

" Duncan (x., teamster, 115 Hast- 
ings E 

" Edwin Thos., res Westmin- 
ster av, Mt Pleasant 

" Geo. W., clerk E.C.P.M. Co., rea 
Westminsterav, Mt Pleasant 

" Henry James, M. A., master Si 
James school, res 323 0[)pen- 
heimer 
H., apprentice V. C. P. 
John A., ship carpenter, 222 

Prior 
John, barrister, mgr Corbould, 
McCall & Jenns, res 560 Sey- 
mour 
J. T. Grant, bookkeeper A. 
Godfrey & Co., res Howe 









Campbell J.W., fireman, 540 Seymour 
" Joseph, of G. Cussady & Co. 
" Male. Lovitt, tobacconist, 12(; 

Cordova, res Oppenheinier but 

Hoatley and Carl 
" & Martin, bread and cake bakers 

27 Abbott 
" Marvin, clerk W. Tompleton, 

bds cor Bariday and Bute 
Pat., res 1129 Seymour 
Noiman, blacksn)ith V, C. F. 
" Peter Cubley, Westminster av, 

Mt Pleasant 
" Robert, prop Whatcheer hoii^e, 

Heatley av bet Alexander and 

Powell 
" Robert, builder, Hastings 
" Roderick, jr., of W.C. & R. Camp. 

bell, 311 Westminster av 
" Rodei'ick, boots and shoes, 408 

Cordova, res Dunsmuircor Si'v- 

mour 
" W^m., emp. E.C.P.M. Co 
" Wm. Charles, of W. C. & R 

Campbell, 311 Westminster av 
" W. C. & R., boots & shoes, 311 

Westminster av 
" Wm., mgr Vane. S. J. Lime I 

Co. 
Campion Joseph Wellington, of Giil 
braitli & Campion, res Barclay iir 
Bute 
Canada Life Assr.Co., Tatlow & Spitiks, 
agents, 33W Cordova 

CANA DA MEAT PRESE RVINGCO, 
Clark's canned goods, Montreal 
A. H. B. MacGowan, agent 

C. P. R. Boarding house, 1114 Gran| 
ville 

C. P. R. Bakery and restaurant,| 
Harry Frick, prop, 426 Cor- 
dova. Tel 106. 

Canadian & American Mortgage i 
Trust Co. (Ld), 320 Granville 
" Anthracite Coal Co., C. G. JohnJ 
ston, agt, 510 Cordova. Tel 1 



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Canadian Pacific Railway 
Land Dept., J. M. Browning, 
commissioner. Tel 28 

Canadian Pacific Steamship 
Co., James A. Fulierton, 
8upt, office 422 Cordova. 
Teill7 

Canariian Pacific wharf and 
freight sheds, H. E. Connon, 
ag nt. Tel 26 

Canadian Pacific Railway, 

geiienil offices New York Block, 
Granville, llarrv Abbott, general 
Hupt Pacific Div. Tel 20; J. D. 

Towiiley, ashistaiit to gen nupl ; 1). 

E. Brown, asst gen frt and pass suri 
Tel 228; A. J. Dana, asst purchasing 
agent, tel 28; G. L. Morrow, car 
accountant; W. Downie, asst HUpt ; 
tel!);W. 0. Miller, chief despatcher, 
II. J. Canibie, engineer in charge; 
G. MiL. Blown, depot ticket agent; 
W. F. Sulsbury, local treasurer, tel 
28, H. T. Wilgre.-^s, paymaster; 
L. R. Johnson, master mechanic, 

tel 8; W. B, Gilmour, locomotive 
foreman ; A. P. Black, as>istant 
storekeeper ; J. M, Browning, com- 
missioner Land Dept. Tel 197 
carsheds Tel 10 

C. P- R. Telegraph New 
York Blocic, Granville, James 

Wilson, supt., W. B. Young, local 
manager 

Canning John, fruits, 518 Cordova, 

res 516 Cordova 
Canonica Louis, of Canoniaa & Fuiron, 
35 Powell 
" & Fairon, City hotel, 35 Powell 
Cue Miss L, binder, 162 Hastingw, res 
Heatley av 
" Miss Louise, binder, 162 Hast- 
ings, res Heatley av 
" Mrs. Ada, wid, rea Heatley av 



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REAL ESTATK IX AI.!. PARTS OF THB 
CITY AND PROVINCE. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 

Caples Mi^>,s Bessie, res Keeter nr 

Gore av 
Carey John, clerk Brunswick hotel, 
35 Ilastinirs \V 
" Pat., prop Bi-unswiok hotel, 29 
to H5 Hastings W 
Cargill J.J.,res Punlev^' aver Hastings 
" William, accountant 15 Cordova 
res Dun levy uv cor Hastings. 
Tel 134 
Carleton Fied. William, agent C.P. 
Nav. Co., res Burrard nr Robson 

Carling Brewing and Malting 

Co., London, W. L. Leonard & Co., 
agents 

Carlisle James D., Club saloon, 701 
Hastiniis E 

CARLISLE JOHN HOWE, chief of 
tire di'jiarlinent, resliobson nr Bute. 
Tel res 124 

Carlson Fred., walchman Fader Bros. 

Carmichael Dougald, res 416 Hastingu 
East 
" P. P., sawyer G. Caa8ad\- & Co. 

Carnahan James, teamster, res Ki'ot'er 

C iMiey John, bricklaj'er, Water front 
nr Westmin>ter av 

Carnwath Chas., bookkeeper, res Mel- 
ville nr Thurlow 

Carr Robt., bds Stewart House 

Carrier Miss Adelina d.ess r.ker, 214 
Harris 
" Mitchell, teamster, 214 Harris 
" Zenophile, 214 Harris 



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REAL ESTATE k INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

@I^ I£[ASTI^(B3 ST., 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 



Carricre Joseph, hotel, 1139 Richiirds 
Carroll Miss Annie, drossiTiitkor, 131 
Hii-*tin«'-H E 
" El., plumber, lU Carroll, bds 

BrunhWick hoicl 
" John, laborer, foot Carroll 
" John T., M, 1),, 41(J Gruiiville, 
Tol l:;0 
Carnithers Thos., painter, res Alex- 
ander st Boach 
Carse Joseph, laborer, foot Carroll 
Carter Albert, contractor, bds 213 
Aiiliott 
" Chailo'^, clerk Leamy & Ky'e, 

;i38 Powell 
" C.& C, pianos. New York Block, 

Granville 
" Charles, si-., New York Block, res 
*3:1 llainilton 
Charles, jr., les *321 Hamilton 
Charles ller)ry, cutter, 230 Hast- 

in^rs, res 238 IV well 
House, L. Carter, prop, 16G 

Water 
John, bartender, 1(5G Water 
Lewis, prop Carter Hou.>e, 166 

Wilier 
Nelson, of Vancouver Brick Co., 

rc,^ Burrard Inlet 
Samuel, bricklayer, bds 213 

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Carters' Temple of Music, New York 
_ Block, (iranville 

Cartier Mrs. Frances, wid, res Alham- 
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Cartmel Daniel, fleet engineer J?, N. R, 
435 Howe ' 

Cartwright Frod,, carpenter, res 9tli 
avenue 
George, carpenter, Oih avenue 
Henry, tinner, res Dlh av near 
Ontario 
John, hotel, Campbell av 
Joseph, carjtenter. res Dth av 
W. J., mgr Club saloon, 24 
Carroll 

" William, boss coaler C. P. R, 

■wharf, res JUh av tir Ontario 

Carver Frank, clerk, It) Al)boti, res 

Richards 

" Frank M., laborer, res 409 Brake 

Cury Cieo,, carpenter, Nelson near 

Thurh)w 
Cascade Laundry, 17^ Hastings E 
Cashei' Cnarles ll., plumber, 73 Water, 

res cor Prior and Pariv av 
Cass Joseph, laborer, Richards iir 
Georgia 

CassadyCeo.y&Co., planing 

nulls, sash and door laclorj 
foot of Cambie. Tel 144 
Cassady George, of (Jooi-ge Cassady i 

Co., res 434 Homer 
Casselman Ranson, carriajje trimmer 
A, T, 3IcNabb, res :^13 lliiiriJ 
" Ranson, harness maker, llsl 
Carroll, res Hai-ris 
Cates Albert, bhKk.-niilh 7 Powell, 
Andrew J., stevedore, (iih av 
Josephus, mgr. Vancouverl 
Transfer Co., 30U Carroll 
Gathers Thos., pressman " World' 
Cato Frank, C.P.R., Richards nrDaviej 
Caultield Ed,, loreman H. S. M. 

" P., machinist H. S. M. 
Cawker Chas., teamster, 216 Barnanll 
Samuel, teamster, 216 Baniaiii| 
Thos., teamster, 'llQ Barnard 
Central hotel, 56 Cordova 
Central School, cor Pender and Canibiel 
Ceperley H«nry T.,of Ross & CcperlejJ 
res Georgia bet Thuriow 
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Chandler ueo., chiof cook. 101 Cordova 
" SoUi. milllmrid \l. S. M 

Chapman Miss Cornel iii H., 327 llowo 
" Cliarlos, pliisttMoi", 202 Dnnsmuir 
" Cliiirlos M., biiildor, 445 Honior 
" J)iini»d, liiiig^lioromun, Water 

front nr Diinlovy 
'• Loren, carpoutcr, Water front 

nr DiMilovy 
" Mrs Cliarlos, dressmaker, 20 
2 Dinisrnnir 

Chardoii ( "lias. M., coutract<jr and buil- 
der, ros I4r» Homer 

Charlcson 1). B., conlraolor, Water nr 
Caml.io. Tol 171 

Charlton Orinand Leo, bds Loland 

Chariiian FranU, Tnesst'iij^er, 202 Gran- 
ville, res Powell 
" Mis>Flor., dreHstuUr,, bds Powell 

Chariiock G. A., secretary Y.M.C.A., 
30.'< Oppeiilieimer 

Chaiidior Atkinson, eij^arrnakor, 332 
Cordova. I)drt Greyhound 

Cheapside Clothing House, 

Z. Gordon Goldberg, prop., 09 

Cordova 

" Oiocery, G rey & Co. 139 Cordova 

Chess & Draiiyht club, rooms IS & 14 

Feruuson l)l(.(d;, llicbards. Td 121t 

I'Chick'P. J., dranghlHinan, 204 Harris 

Cordova 

Chilbcr<>; James Peter, grocer 112 

Carroll, res 500 Westminster av 
Child Freeman (^ecil, clerk C. P. 11., 

304 OpiJcnheimer 
Chinese Fancy Slore, 110 Cambio 
Chipman Geo. Fred., of Cbipman, 
Morgan & Co., re.s 204 Granville 
" Morgiin & CJo,, brokers, 532 Cor- 
dova. Tel 239 
Choate Ftiward, inspector of bridges 

C.P.I?., res 409 Powell 
Chong S., laundry, 328 Carroll 
Christ Church, J']pise()j)al, Georgia cor 
Biirrard, rev H. B. Jlobson, incum- 
bent 
j Christie Kate 11. Mi.ss, Ileatloy avo 
" Alice Misy, teacher E.E, School 



Church Bon., joiner Vancouver Shingle 
nnll, res foot Caml>ie, False Ck. 
" of Fngland, St James', rev F. 
Clinton, 5t> (rore av 

Church of our Lady of the 

Ro.sary, rev Patrick Fay, rector, 
Ri( bards c<>r Dunsmuir 

Cicerotd (r. Joseph, driver for J. 

S.uitto &(!()., 1 Powcdl 
Citizens Fire, Life & Accident Co. of 

Montreal, 2 !0 (^.rdova 

City Hall, Tel 6. Thos. Fran- 
cis McCuigan, city cleric 

City Ilospitul, .Miss Susan Swan, 
matron Ponder nr (';imbio 
'' Hotel, ('anonica& Fairoii, props, 

35 Pow.n 
" of London Firo [ns. ( 'o., Tunis 
& Richards, agents, 511 Hast- 
ings 
" Liquor Store, M. G. Mc Lean, 404 
Granville 
Printing Works. 334 Cordova 
Tea Store, J. Cowdery, 174 Cor- 
dova 

" Wharf, foot of Carroll. Tel 94 
(^lair Geo., clerk, 21 Cordova 
Clandenning J nies, ot Boyd & Co., 
res 123 Westminster av 
" J(din Ailain, contractor, 509 
Powell 
Clare Peter, S,>( Cordova 
Clark — , 531 Powell 
CLA15K CHAllLFS, crockery, glass- 
ware and fancy goods, 32ti Cor- 
dova, res 318 Granville 
-' & Gilmour, painters, 810 ILast- 
ings 
Geo., laborer, ros 122 Alexander 
Harold Curtis, clerk, l(t8 Coi-dova 
John, printer " News Adver- 
tiser," bd.s Cambio nr 11 >bson 
" John, teamster, 123 Westminster 

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Clark Robt, DawHon, pluNtorcr, 28 

WoHtmiiiHlor av 
" E<>bt., of (riliiiour & Clark, ro8 

Doiigall House 
" Robt., sloiioinuson, 123 Wost- 

nlin^stor av 
" Thos., laborer, 311 Drake 

Clark Thos. W., wholesale 
lruit,produce& commission 

merchant. 28 Waior, re« 125 Prin- 
cess. Tel 74 

Clark William F., of Clark & Gilmour, 

res Gtb av nr Quebec 
Clarke Fred. S., clerk, for McMullen 

res Robsori nr Nicola 
Clarkson Joseph, of Chirkson & Mayne, 
Pender bet Seymour and Gran- 
ville 
" & Mayne,house and sign painters, 
Pender bet Seymour and Gran- 
ville 
" Wni., Davie nr TIiui-low 
Clayton Clias., blacksmith V.C.F., bds 
Wliiitcheer House 
" T. F., blacksmith's helper V.C.F. 
Clements John, architect, res 359 
Howe 
" Theophilas E., clerk, res Alex- 
ander street lieach 

Clements capt William, ship- 
ping and ins. agent, 536 Cordova, 
ics Melville nrThurlow. Tel 208 

Clendenning John Adam, contractor 
and grading, res 509 Powell 



Cleveland James Patterson, carpenter 
Princess nr Gore 

" J. P., wood turner G. Cassady & 
(^o., res Princess 
Clifford Stella Miss, 123 Dupont 
Clift — , tinner, res 319 Homer 
Clititon rev H. Fiennes, rector of St, 

James church, Episcojjal, ros 30H 

Oppenheimer. Tel 70 
Clough John, janitor of (^ily hall 
ClouUie Felix Nap., millhand, res roar 

508 Oppenheimer 
Clowes John, carpenter, res (irunville 

nr Hi'lmcken 

CLUB SALOON, Chas. McDonald, 

prop, 24 Carroll. Tel G9 
Cluson Thos., engineer C.P.R., bds 

Colonial hotel 
Clute James M., of J. S Clute & Co., 
res 429 Howe 
" John Slillman, of J. S. Clute & 
Co., res New Westminster 

CLUTE J. S., & CO., dry goods, 135 

Hastings W 
Clutterbuck Fred., locomotive engineer 

C.P.R., 560 Seymour 
Clyde Chris. J., laborer, foot Carroll 
Cobb Ernest, painter, Westminster av, 
Mt Pleasant 

" John, painter, Westminster av, 
Mt Pleasant 
Cochratie Wm., plasterer, bds Granville 

hotel 
Cockins Thos., coach builder, 210 

Columbia 
Codling John, machinist V.C.F. 
Codville Daniel, 322 Powell 

" James, inspector, res 322 Powell 
Cody P., stonecutter, Seyniour nr 

Smith 

Cohen Jacob, prop Cosmopol- 
itan Hotel, lOI Cordova. Tel 
156 

Cold well Chas. August, 529 Powell 
" Sam. C, foreman McLennan & 
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Colo Harry, prop (rreyliound hotel, 

22^ and 232 Water 
Coli'inan (reori;o of Evnnsi, (-olemnn & 

Kviiiis. luls Doiif;l«M House 
('olk'iisJolin, tciiruster, 1(J(5 Wiitor 
('i»llier William R.,.vanlman, G Cassa- 

(iy, hds 109 HuHtin^'s E 
Ciliini; JainoH, carpenter, res Georgia 

Collins Henry, dry goods and 

ireiiw' turnishini;^, and house 
i'lirnishings, 10-4 Cordova, res Ilaro 
III- Bute 
Cidiins John, clerk, res Powell 
" Frank, St Ry.Co.,Westtninsler av 
" Frank, laborer, 207 Powell 
'• Jacob M., driver, 3lOCanibio 
" Wni. Logan, clerk, lO-l Cordova, 
res Haro 
Coltiuhojin — , compositor, res 217 
Prior 

Robt. A., clerk E. S. Scoul- 
lar & Co,, res Durham block 
jColsori Chas. Edward, boat builder, 
Kifhards nr Smith 

Columbia Carriage Worl(8, A. 
T, IVIcNabb, prop, Hastings 

iilast 
! Combs John Robert, Richards nr 
Drake 

Commercial Saw Mills, Lea- 
my& Kyle,props, South side 
False Creole, J. C. Woods, 
manager, yard foot of 
Gamble, office 230 Hastings 
west. Mill Tel 76, office Tel 

62. >^B6 ido head lines 

[Commercial Union Fire Insur- 
ance Co. of London, Ross & 
Ceperley, Post Office block, 
313 Hastings 

IComptonT., striker C. P. R. 
IConanica Louis, res rear 121 Oppen- 
, heimer 
[Condon James, laborer C. P R. 



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Condi-en Hugh, grocer, 700 

Westminster av, res same 

Contederation Life Assr. Co., Mayor & 

Pearson, agents 
CONGREGATIONAL CHUUCFI, 
Rev. James W. Podley, B. A., 
pastor, Georgia cor Richards 
Cor)nacher llugh, carpenter, 122 

Powell, res Jackson av 
Connacher It >bort, contractor, Alex- 
ander ar llawkesav 
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford 

424 Cordova 
Conner Samuel R., mgr for Bhick & 

Wilkinson, res Eveleigh 
Cotinon John, painter, res 550 Seymour 
" Wm., clerk P. O., res 550 Sey- 
m(»ur 
CONNON HENRY EDMUND, freight 
agent C. P. H., res Robson nr 
IJuto office Tel. 25, res Tel. 205 
" Miss 3Iary, violinist, 530 Sey- 
mour 
Constantino Arthur E. Z., laborer, 216 

Coluinliia 
Consulate of Japan, Sugimdra Fuk- 

ashi, consul, 421 Howe 
Converse J. A. Mfg. Co., cordngo and 
bags, Montreal; A. H. B. Mac- 
Go wan, agent 
Coogan Edward, 212 Cordova 
Cook — , res 64 Hustings 

" Alfred, painter, res Carl av 
" Chas., Electric Light Co., 41(} 
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COOK EDWARD, contviu-tov hi-iok 

and stone, otiice cor Ilastini^s 

and (^'imbie, res 9 Hustings E 

Tel 78 

" Edward, teamster, 128 Cordova, 

res 219 Prior 
" Edward, l)ds 212 Harris 
" Geori-e E., teamster for W. S. 
Cook, iids 52 }>iipont 
Geo Fred., buililoi-, 308 Seymour 
John, driver, 182 Cordova 
Miss, drossmakei', 325 Oppenhei- 

nier 
liobcrt. carpenter Turnbtdi &Co. 
VVni., butcher, 110 Jackson av 
Cooke Eichard P., piesident Vancou- 
ver City Foundry & Machine 
Works Co., res 333 Oppenbei- 
mcr, Tel 113 
" W^m. S., dealer in coal and wood, 
and buikiintr material, 52 Du- 
pont,Tel, 84 
Ooomb Edward, laborer. 7th nv 
" Fred., apprentice V. C. F. & M. 
W., res 7th av 
Cooncy T. G., laborer, res DuflFerin 
Coonnily Wm., res Pacific nr llichnrdp 
Cooper Arthui', contractor, Bur/ard 
" ilichard, clerk, 530 Hastinj,'s, bds 
Leland House 
Cope Fied., of ('ope & Young, res 
Hamilton nr Dunsmuir 
" Joseph A., well sinker, Grove av 
" & Young, dry goods, 404 Hast- 
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Copp Ernest, painter, res TYcsi minster 
nr Bridge 
" Percy Gillman, roofer, res Evel- 
leigli nr Burriii'd 
Corbett P'atrick, laborer, 131 Koefer 

CORBOULl), McCOLTi & Jj':XXS, 
barristers, solicitors, etc., Jnlm 
(^'ampbeli, barrister and soliui- 
tor of Ontario, mj^r., rooms 1 and 
2 Masonic block, 309 Cordova 
Tel 34 
" G..rdon E., of Corbou!<l, Me- 
'^'oil & Jenns, res New West- 
minster City 
Corey George E., cnrpenter, res Alex- 
ander E of Heat ley av 
Cordinor Miss Editli, res 49 Westmin- 
ster av 
" Peter, blacksmith H.S.M., res 49 
Westminster av 
Cordingly Fred,, laborer, Waterfront 

nr Carroll 
Cordon Ed., laborer, 122 Alexander 
Corning Ed., bartender Lelar.<l House 
Cornish B. J., contracter, Barclay iir 

Burrard 
Cory — , speculator, Hornbv nr Piiii- 

tic 
Corman Heniy, bookkeeper ScuittOi^ 

Co., res Cosmopolitan block 
Cosgrave James, laborer, Ilichards lu' 
Dunsmuir 
" Roberi, laborer, Richards iir 
Dunsmuir 

Ccsmopolitan hotel, J. Cohn, 
prop, 101 Cordova, Tel, 156 

Cosmopolitan hotel rooms, Abbott bet, 

Water and Cordova 
Cosman William, of W.Cosman & Son, 
res 438 Pender 
" Whitrield, of \V. Cosman k Son, 

res 438 Pender 
" W.,& Son, plumbers, stoves, etc, 
42G Pender 
Cosmickie J., jmp. R. C. P. M. Co. 
CoBtu Lougia, boot black, 65 Cordova 



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Costtllo, John Joseph, laborer, 36 
Park Jiv 
" ^riko, upholsterer J. Sohl, res 
Westmiustor av nr 10th av 
CotoF., hooniteiuler IT. S. M. 
Cote S., M. I)., bds St Chnrles ho* el 
fotstbi-d J., boilerm.'iker V. C. F. 
Coltiur Francos, wid Roht., 427 Powell j 
Cot'iiiifham Geo., laborer, res Water j 
front ' 

" ^r., biirtendor Balmoi'al i 

Cotton F. (/., eiiifor and mgr News 

Advcrtisor, 11!) Cambio 
Coiiii'Iilan i).,paintei', Homer nr Nelson 
" John, C. P. H., 211 Crcor-ia 
" N., carpenter, Homer nr Nelson 
" T., lofo tii'cnian. Homer nr 
Nelson 
Coiiijjliirey Alfred Richard, butcher, 

19 Water res 4-' Park av 
Coulomb (yharles, ))aiii1er, ros Keefer 
County Court, 0. A. Caldwell, clerk, 

15 Cordova 
Coupland Joseph, ,i;eneral store and 
boardinu; house, Seymour cor Davie I 
Court House, cor Cambie and Pender 
Couth Capt. Eobert, of Jlenderson & 
Couth, res 5<>1, Hastings Kast cor 
JiiL'kson av. Tel 158 
Couticr .Joseph, bds. Lcland House 
Covins Clara ^liss, 34t> Howe 
Cowan — , I'ooms 421 Pentler 

'• Louisa Miss, Princess nr Jackson 

Cowderoy John J., tea store, 174 Cor- 

lova, res Princess nr (Jrove av 

" Wm., bookkeeper H. A. Jones ^ 

Co,, res 420 Alexander nr cor 

Dun levy av 

Cowdcry Henry, of Lee & Cowdery, 

i:{5 Water 
Cox Capt Casendi, steamboat captain, 

res 520 Oppenheimer 
Crai^^ Daniel, enip. RC.P M.Co 
'■ George, carpenter, ()th av 
" Wm., roadmaster C. P. R., res 
320 Howe 
Cr. mer Wm. J., of Whitlier & Cramer, 
315 Oppenheimer 



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Crane J(»hn Joseph, tanner, 135 Keefer 
Crawtord Daniel, 2:!i) Prior 

" J.-imes, laborer, Campbell av nr 

Harris 
" John, apprentice, 162 Water, 

res Prior 
" Thos. Francis, bartender What' 
cheer House 
Wm., machinist, 229 Prior 
Wm., carptr, Hornby nr Drake 
Creamer James S., of Creamer & Lang- 
ley, rooms 15 Cordova 
" it Langloy, crockery, etc., 22 
Carroll. Tel 22() 

Crean & Flemsng, props 
Oriental Hotel, 208 Water 

Croan John, of Crean & Fleming, 

208 Water 
Creel man Duncan R., woodworker, ii-i 

Hastings, res 207 Abbott 
Cieighton A., bds 113t> Richards 
" Fraser & Co., ship chandlers 10 

Water. Tel 120 
" Wm. D., of Croighton, Fraser & 
Co., i-es cor Bar(day and Euto 
Crewes]ilock, Granville bet Dunsmuir 

and Georgia 
Crichton John, stonecutter, 112X 

Hornby 
Crick Fred., messenger C.P R. Tel,, 
<' Bert, comp. *' News Advertiser " 

res 51 Westminster av 
" Henry, 51 Westminster av 
<' Percy, clerk, 73 Water, res West» 
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POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 



Crickmay Alf. Ed., clerk, res 425IIowe 
" Ed^ar John, nppi'entice, 334 
Cordova, res 425 Howe 
Fred.G., draughtsman, 425 Howe 
Miss Elizabeth, trained nurse of 
ICdinliui'gh, 425 Howe 
Miss Mabel, 311 U|ipenlieimer 
& Robson, Imperial Opera House 
Wm., & Co., practical en<^iiK'ers 
and machinists, 5 Fcii;uson blk 
CRICKMAY VVM.,C.E., assoc. M. Inst. 
C. E. ot Ktiffhind, architect and ^ur- 
veyor, 5 Forg' on block, res 425 
Howe 
Crocker Ulysses Gr., upholsterer for J. 

Sehl 
Croft Wm., cook, 101 Cordova 
Cromier Sam., laborer, 36 Park av 
Crompton Thos., C.P.R., Seymour nr 

Paciric 
Crook Arthur, finisher, 21) Cordova, 
res 112 Howe 
" Mrs., 112 Howe 
Crookall John, bricklayer, Westmins- 

stor nr School 
Cross (tco. B., commission a<;cnt 
CJ'"teau Eui^eno, booi<kcep(!r, 303 
Cordova, rooms Homer cor ''ordova 
Crow John, cis^armaker Kruiz & Co., 
res 321 ilastini,'s E 
" Saidord, carpenter, 530 Seymour 
Crowdcr John Stanley, of Ciowder & 
Penzer, res Keefer 
" & Penzer, coinm,, 100 Harris. 
Tel. 36 



Croy Wm., laborer, Hast in fjs nr Traclt 
Cruden Alexander, carpenter, res 

Dunsnuiir cor Sevinour 
Cubby Geo. A., 166 Water 
Cumminifs Chas. H,, carpenter, 312 
Pender 
" Chas. Henry, barber, 174 "\V;iter 
Cummins Alex. Christie, res Heatley 
av cor Hastinfjs 
" Fred. C, clerk Bk of Montreal, 

I'es Hastini^s cor Heatley av 
" Geo. Douglas, grocer, Westiniu- 

ster av 
" Miss Mabel, res Heatley av cur 
Hastings 

Cumyow W. A., Chinese 

agent and court translator, 216 
Carroll, res Princess 

Cumyow W\ E., clerk, 216 Carr.;:l ,^ 

Princess 

Cunningham Jas., Richards nr Drake 

" Michael, carpenter,b(ls V,) Altljott 

" Tlios., bricklayer, Waterfronlrr 

Westminster av 

Curran Ed. J., bartender, Westminster 

road 
Currcy M., bartender, 506 Ponder 
Cnrrie Alb. M., Richards nr Drake 
" H., titter, Richards nr Drake 
" Jolm, Bcovvman, bds Central 
hotel 
Sam. A., carpenter, 124 Princess 
Sam. Alex., carpenter, res 322 
Princess 

(^urry Francis, carpenter, Comox 
Custom House, 202 Giunvillo 
Cuthbert Fredrick, stenographer, 344 

Seymour 
Cutting Fred., carpenter, '1 Pender 
CyrsTlios. David, prop Granville hotel, 

2(J Water 
Czar Frank, bartender, 19 Abbott 
Dairon Daniel, plaslerer,Turnbull &Co. 
Dale John, carpenter I'urnbull & Co. 
Dales Miss Florence, 430 Alexander 
" Thos. John, carpenter, 430 Alex- 
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Any jiropcrty for sale in or near tlie City 
cau always be had ut lowest figures tiirough 

C. WHETHAM & CO., 

Comer Cordova and Cambie Streets. 



Tlie Central REAL ESTATE firm of 
[he City. See thoir Guide to Vancouver 
Cftll for maps and i'.i formation of any kiod. 

Daley Arthur, em p. Toleplione, Co., 

IkIs GIas<;o\v holol 
Diilton Win. TeniUKWood, drauglils- 

iriaii, (520 Seymour 
PaiiaAll)crt John, piirchasinif ajrent 

C.P.R., rns4in Kidiiirds. Tel 28 
Dan>creau Louis, bookkeeper, 25 Cor- 
dova, l)(is Douglas House 
Dan-kin James, carpenter, rear 308 

SeyriK- .r 
Dariey Mrs. Maria, wid, res Haro nr 

Bute 
Dulling Nathaniel, of Lambert & Dai-- 

itifr, •>'» Water 
Diiiii.liinoy Wm. N"., bookkeeper, res 

Gi'iinvillo cor Drjike 
Davoy Emanuel VV., plasterer, res 22 

Ponrl av 
Davidson Alex., of Davidson Bros., res 
Victoria City 

" Alo.N. S., compositor " World " 

" Bros., jowelleis, 158 Cordova 

" Cliailes Napier, of Davidson Bros. 
n's 4(i2 Seymour 

" John, hihorer, 1 Cambie, res 
Abbott 
Davie James, laborer, 1.14 Pender 
Davies Miss Cathoriuo, stenoj^rapher, 
425 Powell 

" Mrs. A., wid, 425 Powell 
Davis Ciias., 'jlerk,140 Cordovn 

" 11. 11., painter, Pender nr Rich- 
ards 

" Joiiiithan, bartender, 100 Water 

" John E., prop Opera Resort 
Saloon, cor Carroll and Dupout 



Davis John E., of Brian & Davis, 

116 Hastini^s E 
" Joseph K., of Davis & Taylor, 

res 415 Cam I tie 
" L. D., barber, 25 Abbott, res cor 

Carroll and Trounce Alley 

Davis Louis, Montreal clotv- 

ing House, 24 Cordova 

Davis & Taylor, house and sign pain- 
ters, 108 Cambie 

Davis W. L., &. Co., groceries 
and provisions, fine teas a 
speciaity, pure strained and 
comb honey always on hand 
109 Carroll. Tel 122 

Davis Wm. Leitbody, of W. L. Davis 

& Co, 109 Carroll 
Dawsrn & Calderwood, real estate, 

520 Cordova 
" George Warren, of Lees & 

Dawson Ids Tremont House 
" Herl)ert, civil engineer, 116 

Cam bio, res 307 Powell 
" John Welding, of Samson & 

Da wson, rooms Granville F lock, 

Westminster av 

DayThos.,& Co., San Fran- 
cisco, gas tixiures, etc., W. L. Leon- 
ard ,"t Co., agents 

Day Wm., butcher Van Volken burgh 

k Bro.. ios Front 
Deal John, bartender, 2 Dupont. res 
11(! Hastings 

" Mrs. Klizabeth, widow Arnof*. res 
111) Hastings 
Deas J., b<'ilerj>iaker V.C.F. 
Dechosno Cliarlos, caii)enter, bd> St 

Charles hotel 
Deck Milton, fruits, 111 Carroll 
Deibiick A., bds Hotel Vancouver 
Dempstc! Wm. A., of James 11. Wo<xl- 

worth it Co., res 321 Hamilton 
DcPencicc Henry, Westminster uv, Mt 

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POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

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DerrrnMit John, pninter, 110 Soyniour, 

Uls Leliirid ILniso 
Derrick Anion, ciirpoutei', 213 Harris 
DesBri^av Alex., i^rocor. Westmiiistor 

av, Ml Ploasani. Tel 1()5 
D'GEN DRON M Al ) A .M K JAN E, 
dro,><^ni.il<cr, Hoinor iir C*ordovn, res 
315 HastinuK W 
Desoimiors Cliailes, re.s 314 Princess 

nr Goreav 
Desrosicrs John, carpenler, res 5G0 
.Sevmour I 

" iMi(li.,c'ornico maker,! 62 Water, ! 
res 210 Pender ! 

Devine Ilarrv T,, of J. Devine & Son, ' 
res Carl cor Princess 
" John, of J. Devine iv 8r>n. res 138 
Carl cor Princess. Tel 193 

Devine & Son, John, agents 
collectors and real estate, 

38 Cordova. Tel 21 

Dewitt En<reno, res Westminster ave, 

Mt Pleasjint 
DEWri T JACOB WILLI A:i[.l)iewer, 
Westminster ave, Mt I'leasant, 
res 109 Opjienheimer 
" Joseph X., salesman Hod Star 

l)reweiy, Westminster avo 
" Miss Jo,sephinc, dressmaker, res 

109 Oppenheimer 
" Miss Louisa, 109 Oppenheimer 
PcWolf & Munroe, real esMte and 
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DeWolf Goorire. of De Wolf & Munroo 

I'cs 425 Howe 
Dickie Geo., driver, Inl.s 19 Ahbott 

" Il<d»t. A., appientice, 27 Cordova 
Dickson Alex., stonecutter, ixis 527 

Seymonr 
Dickson J. F.. emp. E. C. P. M. Co. 
Diel)el Albert, prop. Colonial hotel 

Granville cor Drake 
Diero Stepeen, emp. K. C. P. 31. Co. 
Diiismore A., cooper, 340Canii)io 
" Abraham, caipenter, Wosimin- 
slei- ave, res irorrd)y 
Goo.,lal»iirer,408 Westminster av 
Miss Elizabeth, 540 Caniliio 
iMiss MarL;aret,Gi'evliouii(l hotel 
Miss Martha Jane, 340 Cainbio 
^[iss liebecca, 340 Cam bio 
T. W., messenger iren siipt's 
dept C.P.R., res 34't Camhic 
" Wni.,sboeiii!iker,10S Carroll, res 
340 Camhie 
Diploek Arthur B., ofDi]tlock& Os- 
borne, res Nelson nr Tliurlow 

Diploek & Osburn, crockery 
glassware and lamp goods, 
619 Hastings W 

Disney Wm., laborer. 320 (.'arroll 
Dixon — , collector, 2(l<> ( 'Drilovji 
" Joseph, foreman c;"*i»enter, res 

(^ambie 
" Joseph, ship carpenter, Trnnnco 
Allev, bet Abbott and Ciimhie 
Miss Grace E., 759 Hastiiii,'s W 
Roscoe, jaiutor,i'es 218 Ricliariiv 
Dobson Frank Scott, V. C. Mills, V. 
Dun levy avo 
" Geo.,mill\vri'j:ht, 22 Diinlcvyavo 
Docksier John, Kayiniir iive, nr Har- 
ris 
Dodds n., compositcr NuWs adverlist; 

Dodge Wood Split Pulley Co., 

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DodsoiiMisH Miirj' Jiirte, 308 Powell 

" Miss Siinih, 308 Powell 
Doeriri!;- Clwi-i., prop. VaiK . Brewery, 
it oftSwan & Doeritif^ res (itii av 
" Geo., proj). Slag aiicl Pliea-^ant 
Dolierty J. W., j-auK saw tiler H.S.M. 
Doidit^ L., cai'peiiter, 325 llainillon 
Poig Jai»os,pass. eoiitluetor C.P.li.,res 
BOS Hi I' hards 
" Wm., softion foronfi.m C.P.R.. 
res 127 Opi)eiilieinier 
Dolan iMr-<.lvaie,wid Denis, 134 Cordova 
Dominion Bottling Works, New YorU 
blocic, trranvillo 



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Ddty John, Engine Co., Toron- 
to mai'ine and stationary engines 
Dominion Express Co., O. ! and toilers; AV, L, Leonard & Co, 
Ford,supt; A< W.Lee, agent, .,„,3„,„ 

office in C. P. R. depot I ^ "^ ^ , , r< x. r^ 

I Doucet Ti„ elork C . P, R, gen oflU-o, res- 

Dominion Govt Immigration " 100 oppenheimer 

ofTlce, Morrison Sutherland, Dongall IIon>e. Cordova cor Abbott 
agent, 530 Cordova. Tel 148 '■ " " John. 92 Cordova 



Dominion Plate Class Ins. ! 
Co., A., A. Boak agent, 307 1 
Cordova 

Dominion Real Estate and 
Loan Agency, 137 Cordova. 

Tell 198. ''^''-''' "'"■ "'<./''""/ (■"/•(■/• 

Dominion Show Case Worlcs, 

Turonlo; \V.L.Looiuu\UV (Jo. .■igenl,«i 

Doininy (!., engineer, btls Si Charles 

hotel 
Donaltl>on James, teamster, 715 V/est- 
niiii>li.r aV 
James, laborer. 131 Uasting.s H 



" k .Jarkman props Dongall 

Honst^ 
" John, jiin., of Dougall & .Fade 
man 
Dougbcily James 11., shipwright, 
Hastings J}, nr Hawks av 
" Miss Jane, Hastings E nr 
Hawks av 
Douglas Chas. S.. journalisl^, Westmin- 
ster ave, Mt J'leasant 
" House, Homer cor Pender 
" Mrs, J, M,. pro]) Douglas irouse 
" Hiiiry. laborer, res Alexander 
street Bi'adi 
James, 39 Cordova 
Miss Lizzie, Pender nr Biirrtird 






" James, niglu ^iieh man G. F. DOUGLASS JOHN CATTN.VCfr, 

n I ^"I'^'.i .11 u I . ' wine and spirit morehant, 31 4 Cor- 

i»o«ohne iv Uoutillier, sash aiid door (iova 

tm-tory. Granville, False Creek Dy^e Miss Cun.stance, Kindergarten 

school, 219 Oppotdienner 

<' Miss Mary, kinderj^arlen school, 

219 Oppcniieimer 



John T.,ol l)onoliii« & Bowtillier, 

res kiclunxls 
Mls^ l(»a. domestic, tOQ Oppen 

licimer 
Win., onginoor, res JRichards 



" Miss May, Kindergarten school, 
219 Oppeidieimer 



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POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 



DOWNIK WM., as!,t supt C.P.R., res 

32(j Howe. Tel 9 
Doyle Andrew, expreissman, res 218 
Harris 

" Patrick, sailor, ft Carroll 

Drake, Jackson & Co., barris- 
ters, 1(4 llichards. Tel 170 

Draper Artinir Wellington, drugs,-116 

Granville. Td 141 
Drinkwater James, K.C.P.M., res 12 
Gore ave 
*•' Joseph, carpenter, bds 16G 
Wulor 
Drummond Wm., carpenter, bds 5;^0 

Seymour 
Dubherliy Joseph, mariner, Granville 

nr Moliiu'keii 
Dubois Peter, stonecutter, res Nicola 

nr Albcrni 
Dutf Joseph Buinott,olerk,99 Cordova, 

res i;{4 lliistings K 
Dutl'ey D., cornire maker McLennan 
it McFeely 
" & Co., 1). A., Mii;frs of Lubricat- 
in/x oils, Homer st.. False ('reck 
" Dennis A., of D. A. Dutf, k Co., 
res 035 Heymour 

Dufresne Fied., barber, 174 Water, res 

cor Seymour and Pender 
Duhatnei Chiirlcs, at Henderson & 
Couth, res 209 Georgia 
" Frank 1)., C.P.K. shops, res 25 
Fender 
Duguid John S., laborer V. C. F. 



S PONGES. 

Th9 finest assortment at Lowest Prioea. 

J. Palmer & Son, 

1743 and 1745 NOTRE DME, 
MONTREAL. 



Duhig Fred. Dexter, V. C. F., res 212 

Powell 
'' Dermis Dexter, res 212 Powell 
" Fred., a|>prentice V. C. F res 

212 Powell 
Dunbar James, laborei", Sea ton nr 

Burrard 
Duncan Alex., cabinetmaker, 27 Cor- 
dova, res 344 Cambie 
" Harvey, laborer, 105 Barnard 
Duidop James, well sinker, 124 Water 
Dunn — . bds Glasgow Hmiso 
" B. F., helper V. C. F. 
" Cbas., laborer, bds Richmond 

Hou>e 
" Geo., boat builder, It C!imbie,bds 

Oiieiital 
'• Henry Knight, landing waiter, 

417 Cambio 
" J. T., lab-.rer. 7 Carroll 
" John, builder, Burrard nr Ilaro 
" Maurice, ))lumbcr,lG2 Waler, res 

Westminster av 
" IVtcr 'I'ait, res Pender nr 

Uuii-ard 
" IJolit. F., machinist, bds What- 

cheer House 
" Thomas, of \\ Dunn & Co,, res 

cor Tliurluw and Georgia, Tel 

231 
" Thos. T., vice pres Terminal 

(^ity Building Sm'.. Wilson block 

Dunn Thos., & Co.« general 
hardware merchants, 10 and 
140 Cordova. Tel 7 and 17 



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Piiiiii Wm.R., dork, rooms N. Y, Block 
Diiniwin Joliii, carpenter, res Wo.st- 

miiisler ave 
Piinsmore P. W,, clerk C.P.R., Gen. 

Otfifo 
Duiismiiii'St. private .school, Dunsmuir 

nr Granville 
Piipro Samuel, barber, 7 Water 

" Mrs. Emma L., dressmaker, 7 
Water 
Diitz Geo., carpenter, bds St Charles 

hotel 
Dvkc Fred. Wni., clerk, 30 ') Cordova 

"" Geo. Claude, of Painton & Dyke, 
305 Cordova, res Whelham bik. 
Dykor Miss Mary, Burrai-d 



REAL * ESTATE 

AND 

LOAy AGENCY, 

153 CORDOVA ST., VA>C TVER, B. C. 

REAL. KSTATK IN AtL PAUTS OF THE 
CITV AND rilOVINCK. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 



0. mll}^m & go., 

Real Estate Brokers, 

Financial and Insurance Agents, 

Corner Cordova & Cambie Sts., 

vaxcouvi:r, i?.c. 

P.O. Box i?v. Tclcpljopo No. 21.T. 



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the Management <>f KHtatei* for Noii- .{esideiita. 

KiiiiJin Mrs., C.P.R. laundry, 10 Hast-! 

in^js W I 

Eiimshiuv Ilerbei't H. B., bookkeeper! 

Ty(> & Co., res 340 Pender I 

Eiirl Henry, curpenter, Comox nr 

Earlie Mrs. Nellie, rear 330 Carroll | 
Eiirls William, \vliartinL!,er, Wliui'f' 

foot of (Jarroll 
East Knd Pub School, 502 Oppenheimor 
Eastoi) Goori^e, laborer, Water front nr 

Carroll 
Eaton Albert S., carpenter, res Hornby 
nr Pacitic 

" John, driver Vancouver Trans- 
tor Co., Carroll 
Eckstein Miss Dollio,325 Oppenheimer 

" Mrs. Mary,wid, 325 Oppenheimor 



Edinburgh hotel, Nichol Allan, 

prop, 124 Water 
Edmonds Henry V., Abbott nr Water 
Edwards rov. Henry, Church of Eng. 
land, 323 Oppenheimer 
" HutHfTt, carpenter, bds 5(50 Soy- 

m«"ar 
" Pichanl, blacksmith V. C. P. & 
M. W., res Oppenheimer 
\Vm., expressman, 12 Cambie 
Wm., bds Balmoral 
Adiim. foreman Palmer Bros. 
res 17 Hastin<^s E 
" Goo., Ial)<>rcr, foot Carroll 
" John, clerk T. Prest, res Oppen- 

heimer nr Hesitley 
•' Harry, steward, 205 Hastings E 
" Thos.,carpcntor,H(.mer tir lilake 
'■ W. Evans, foreman W'>Hd 
Egan M'-.s. Anido, wid Joh'i, laundry, 

Hastings nr track 
Eggcrt Jules, of Jules Eggort & Co 
228 Cordova *' 

Eggert Jules, & Co., watch- 
makers and jewellers, 228 Cordova 
Eldon Ge(»rge, gardener,res 1045 Howe 
Electric light station, Hastiinr.s VV 
cor Abbott. Tel 31 " ' 

Eligh Hamilton, dairyman, Quebec av 
Klkins Sam., hiboror, Eveleigh nr 

Thurlow 
Elliott — , woodworker A. T. McXabb 
" Hugh W., shoemaker, bds 
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A. W. ROSS. H. T. CEI^ERLEY, 

Kotary Public liiBurauo*. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOUVEU, B. C. 









Elliott J., sliooinukei',h(is 110 Cai-roll 
" Jaines,ot Jiae & Elliott,207 Oppoii- 

lioiiner 
" John, laborer, ros 45 Ponder 
" Win. G,, ot J. M. Holland & Co., 
IkIs Loland 
Ellis Clias., barber, res 306 Oppeiiliei- 
nier 
John, shoemaker, 527 Seymour 
John, bricklayer, r 325 lliehards 
J{. G., railway n)ail clerk, reis 
410 Cordova" 
Ellison Geo., Park ave 

James, carpenter, Park av 
]Michael, 7th ave 
Odis Nelson, res Quebec, Mount 
Pleasant 

Elphiiistone block, Granville bet Geor- 
gia and iiobson 
E son — , H])eculali)r, 21 Goi'e av 
EniamiclsSam..Iohi), insurance canvas- 
ser, 511 Hastings, res 351 Howe 
Emerson i'iil ward, boiler maker V.C.F., 

bds Whatcheer House 
Emory Sidiie}', draughtsman, 455 Soy 

mour 
Empey.Miss Edilii, Georgia iir Thurlow 
Empire Toli.u'co Co», Moulreal, tobac- 
cos, A. H. MacGowan, agent 
England James, stetiognipiier Rand 

Bros.. 32H Kichurds 
Eiigleman Edward Valentino, cigarH 

31 Cordova 
Errickson E., carpenter Water front nr 
West minster av 



Eirington James, millliand Fader 

Bros,, res Seymour 
Europe Hotel, Alexander 
Evangelical As«n. Free Keadinir JJoom 
1 411 Pender 

I Evans Coleman &Evan8,com 

mcrclianlsaiid«ieamlug,ro(>u\l,ij(.ir 

i Tel 88 ■ "^ 

j Evans David, merchant tailor, 75 Coi-. 
dova, ros 312 Hastings W 
" Ernest E., ot Evans, Coleman & 

Evans, res Douglas House 
" (Jeorge, Hreman, 540 Seymour 
" Thos., lather, Kee'er 
" Percy W., ot Evuns, Coleman & 

Evans, res Douglas House 
" AVm,, y. C. lumber yard, res 

Keefer 
" "William, engineer C. P. ]{., ros 
43(5 Homer 
Eveleigh 8ydney M., archilect, 517 

Hastings W, res Pender 
Ewart Thos., car|»ir., (Jore av nr Prior 
Extence Henry, l>eipor V". C. F., ros 
Westminster av, Mt Pleasant 



Any j)'-i';HT:y l-r.-!! c in ur iicai' t;ic(,',;\' 
'Jiin :i,\v;tys Ic liud ;.t l,)\V(.'.-t lliiuvis tiiroiij;li 

C.WHETHAM&CO,, 

Cornsr Cordova and Cambie Streets, 



Tlio Ccntrii! REAL ESTATE linn ot 
tlie City. Si t' tlicir Guid3 to Vancouver 
Call (ur iiiap'^ iind inforni:iti'>ii of auy kini 

Kabien Bruno, draughtsman, on 
Hastings W, bds S'ag & Phcasaiii 
Fader Albert, of Fader Bros., re.s 135 1 
Homer 
" E., & Co., grocoPH, Granville nr I 

Drake. Tel l(Jl 
" Bros. Milling Co., Haw mill, svli 
and door factory, False Creek, 
Granville. Tel 119 



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'< Jo o|)h E., luii<lin«f waiter, res 

Melville nr Burninl 
" Wm. Ijuvvrciice, provincial tax 
collector, rew Melville nr Bur- 
rard 
Fairbiini Wm., foreman boilermaker 

V. C. F. 
Fairon Alpliotise, ofCaMonica& Pairon, 

85 Powell 
piiUiiucr P. D., carpenter, 209 Abbott 
False Creek Scbool, Div. I., .Ntiss 
Archeiia J. MeDoiii,'all, teacher West- 
minster road 
Farl(^y Geo. VV., World, res 5G4 Sey 
moiir 
" Widter Hawthorne, drnj» clerk, 
112 Cordova, bds 5(U Seymoiii' 
Farmer 11. D., dining hall, 14 Abbott 

" Daniel, porter Glasgow hotel 
F;irr Edward, brieklayer, res 32(! -Sey- 
mour 
Farrell VVm., carpenter, 75 Cordova 
Farrer freoj'ldninnd, emp ll.(J.P.M. Co,, 

res IFomer nr Drake 
Fan-on treo. Thos., student, Drake 
Jrekson k, Co., res Melville nr 
Thurlow 
" Jaine.s L., bartender, res Mel- 
ville tir Thurlow 
Fashion Stables, Trounce Alley 
Faulkner Peter, carpenter, 209 Abbott 

Fay Rev Patrick, rector 

(!lMirch of Our Lady of the Kosar}', 
Jiichard-s cor Dunsiuuir, Tel. 99 



haute:rs, e:tc., b:tc. 

436 Visitation 



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Ferguson Dugald, fruits, 51 Cordova, 
i'es (Ul Heytnour 
'' Miss Lena, 641 Seymour 

Ferguson R. C, euperinten- 
• ant Royal <^ity IPIaning Mills 
Co., res 423 Richards 

Ferris Harold J., clerk J. Devitio & 
."-^on, res Georgia 
" Miss K. K., i-es (leorgia 
" Pttic}'. res Georgia 
" Wm., barrister, 504 Cordova res 
Georgia 
Fettorly Colin, hiborei', res West- 
minister av, Mt Pleasant 
I Fewster Philip. &Co., seed, grain and 
feed merchants, 7 Hastings \Y . 
Tel 204 
" Caleb, of Few.ster & Co., 7 Hast- 
ings 
" Ernest, of Fewster & Co., 7 Hast- 



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Howard, clerk. 7 Hastings 
Miss Kva, 7 Hastings VV 
I'hilip, of P. Fewster & Co., 7 
Hastings W 
Field Fred. C, bds Golden Gate hotel 
" Win., prop. Golden Gate holol, 
Granville 
Fields Si Ian, 4>^4 Seymwur 
F'?".therly Geo., bds 634 Hastings E ; Findlay James, machinery and sup- 
Foiiton P, G., carpenter, 313 Howe j plies, 101 Powell cor Columbia 

Ferguson A. G., res 759 Hastings VY av, res south of False Creek 

Tel. 2 " Peter Preston, curpoutcr, 1138 

" M,, watchman RC.P.M. Co. I Hornby 

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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary Public. Inaurano*. 

ROSS& CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE A INSDRANGE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

813 HASTINGS ST., 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Finluy \Vm,, porter, 166 Wutor 
FiiilayHon J. E., piano tuner, 305 Cor- 
dova, res 315 Sevmour 
" Wm. Henry, clerk Bank of B.C., 
rooms Seymour 

Firemen's Fund (Marine) Ins. 
Co. of San Francisco, Ross 
& Ceperley, agents, Post 
office Blocic, 313 Hastings 

Fire Station No I, Water. Tei. 
45 

Fire Station No 2, 540 Sey- 
mour bet Georgia and Rob- 
son, Tei 89 

Fiist Baptist Cliurcli, Rev. James Bell 
Kennedy, pastor, cor Hamilton and 
Duiismuir 

Firth Mrs. G. A., 328 Seymour 
** John, machinist, 328 Seymour 

Fisher (tco. M., butcher, 17 Water, res 
Front 

Fisher George, house and 

siijn painter, 310 Hastings W opj) 
Post OfiSce, res 12lh av cor Qiiel)ec 

Fisher George B., carpenter R.C.P M., 
Columbia av nr Robson 
" Mrs. A., widow, 506 Pender 
" Thomas, carpenter, i-es 776 
Westminster av 

Fitzgerald Wm., bartender, 224 Cor- 
dova, res Gore av 

Fitzpatrick Thomas, milkman, Oppen- 
heiraer E. of Boundary av 









Fleming Andrew, painter, res Alex- 
ander si Beach 
" C. G., n'ght watchman C.P.R, 
C!ir ^llops 
" Richard, of Croan & Fleming 208 
Water 
Flemming Robert J,, cai-jienter, res 

south end Camhio 
Fletcher, carpenter, Richards nr 
Georgia 
Geo., tailor, 324 Powell 
John, clerk for Gray & Co res 

423 Homer ' 

Joshua, driver, 110 Water 
Miss, tailores>j, res 423 Hortior 
Flott Arthur, machinist C. P. R., res 
Richards bet Davie ami Dnike 
" James, brass finisher C. P. li, 

Richards nr Drake 
" John, machinist C. P. R., res 
Richards cor Da vie 
Florent Adolphus, caipenter, res Rich- 
ards 
" Victor, engineer, res Riclianls 
Flowers Rich., logger, bds Glasgow ii.so 
Foley Chi'istoplicr, qnarryman, Powell 
bet Campbell and Raymur 
" James B., clerk, res 234 Harris 
" James, stonecutter. Water front 
" John, foreman quarry, res 

Keel'er 
" Patrick W., fisherman, 234 
Harris 
Follis George E., contractor, Rich- 
ards nr Georgia 
" G. E., carpenter G. Cassady & 
Co., rea Richards 
Fonseca Miss Eleanor, Seaton nr 

Burrard 
Foran James, clerk, 124 Carroll, res 
109 Oppenheimer 

Forbes Isaiah, blacicsmitli 

shop, 117 Carroll res 8 Oppenheimer 
Forbes Richard Smith, foreman at 

Charleston's, res Jervis nr Georgiii 
Forbes Andrew, clerk, 71 Cordova, res 

Georgia 



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FOllD G., supt Dominion 
Co., rc« Winnipi';^ 

" Ai'llinr, l>ottler, (5tli uvo 

« Frarilc All., foreman Printop,:{34 
Cordova, IkIh 141 ILustiiif^H K 

" Jas, A., of Weeks k Ford, ich 440 

Homer 
Forestry Inspector, Robt. Jas SIcinner, 

oflice Masonic Bll<, res J{i»l>soii 
Forrester Allen, earpetitor, 143 Water 
For^bcri.' Clias., bargeman, 320 C'arroll 
Forrest Alex. R, yardnuisior C. P. 11., 
res Haro nr Tliurlow 

'< W. H., casbier freight dept C. 
P. R., res 342 Seymour 
Fortes Joseph, bartender Bodega, 21 

Carroll 
Fort in If. onip. R. C. P. M. Co. 
FortinWilfreii, carpenter for R.C.P.M., 

Co., res Homer bet Davie and liei- 

mcken 
FoHter Herbert, teamster, 336 Carroll 

" John Rupert, mgr Fader Bros., 
bds Pacitic hotel 

" Mrs. Viola, rear 330 Carroll 
Fortin II., emp R. C. P. M., Co 

Foubert Frank, prop Arling- 
ton hotel, 500 Pender, res 424 
Seymour 
Fountain Saloon, 43 Cordova 
Fowel Wm., rancher, Westminster 

road 
Fowkes Harry, 124 Water 
Fowler Edmund, clerk, 164 Cordova 
" Edward H., dork for Isaac II. 

Uailett 
" Fred. VY., comp " World " 
" G. W., bds 166 Water 
" Geo., clerk Rand Bros., res 123 
Princess 
Fowler Melock, 409 Hastings E 
" Meleck, farmer, 311 Hustings E 
" Miss, 329 Hastings E 
" Mrs. Chas. Ed., 123 Princess 
" James M., farmer, Westminster 

road 
** Warren, painter, res Keefer 



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Fowler Wm. A., contractor, Powell nr 
II oat ley ave 

Albert, barber, 432 Cordova, 
rooms Oppenheimor 
— , of Vane Lumber Co., ros 
Hastings E cor Campbell av 
Frank, laborer, 320 Carroll 
James, laborer, 122 Alexander 
James M., contractor mason, ros 
11 Hastings E 
" Pal rick, messenger Bank of B. 
C, res Westminster ave 
Foxley Miss Fmily, milliner, Cordova 
" Percy Iv, deck, Cordova 



Francis rev sister, superioress St 

Luke's Homo, 311 Oppenlieimer 
Francoeur L. T., wood carver Cassady 

& Co. 
Franklin Harry, dork V. W. W. Co., 
118 Alexander 
" Harry James, res Biirnara 
" Joseph Lamb, carpenter, ros 
Barnard 
Franks Uichard, baker, Westminster 
ave, res Granville 
" Z, fruits and groceries, 218 
Carroll. Tel 201 
Fraser Angus M., contractor, res 25 
Hastings HI 
" A., emp R. C. P. M., Co 
" D. M., carpenter, Westminster 

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** Angus Carmichael, logger, 131 

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" Arthur, boilermaker V. C. F. 



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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary Public . Insurance. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & INSDRANGE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

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Fraser Geo. A., of Fraser, Creighton & 
Co., res Howe 
" Geo., coniractor, res Carroll cor 

RailwMj' Track 
«' Ilorliert, clerk Di-. Mc Alpine, 29 

Carroll 
" Miss Jennie, rear 216 Powell 
« John, C. P. R Tel., res leui 216 
Powell 

John, emp R, C, P. M,, Co 
Norman, drayman, Columbia 

nr Powell 
&imon, C. P. R., bds Colonial 

hotel 
Sinion, logger, bds Glasgow 

hotel 
Wm, G., tailor, 91 Cordova 

res Carroll 
Wm , clerk, 323 Hastinjrs W 
Wm., tol, operator, Howe nr 
Ilelmclceii 
Frechoite O. T., bartender Germania 

hotel 
Freeman Cecil Child, res 304 Oppen- 
heimer 
« Thos., 204 Harris 
" Goo., laborer V. C. F., 500 
Oppenheimer 
Freil James, moulder V. C, F, 
French James, clerk, 29 Hastings E 
" Wm. James, painter, 29 Has- 
tings E 
Frenej' John, bricklayer, bds 56 Cor- 
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Freuro Mark, clerk, 112 Carroll 






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Frick Harry,C.P.f»., bakery and 
confectionary luiicK rooms, 

420 Cortlova, res same 

Fripp Robt. MacKay, archi- 
tect, Richards cor JLt.vting.s W 
res cor Pender and Melville 
Frodsham Wm., painter, 427 Powell 
Frolander N , carpenter, Waterfront, 

nr Dun levy av 
Fromme Geo., truckman, bds 201 

Hastings E 
Frost H. T., niillhand H. S. M. 
" Nathan, bookkeeper, 124 Carroll, 
res 31 Hastings E 
Fuller John AVebster, Ontario 
" Joseph, teamster, res lOlh 
— , plasterer, near 205 Pender 
— , loreman St Ey Co., lids Gol- 
den Gate hotel 

Fullerton James Abercrom- 
bie, 8upt C. P. Steam- 
ship Co., 422 Cordova, res 
Leland house. Tel. 117 

Fulthorp Alfred, Gas Co., 244 Princess 
Fulton Jonn A., printer " World" 

" Dan,, teamster, Pender, nr Track 
Fyfe Havelock ex-policeman 

G. WHETHAI^ & COv 

Real Estate Brokers, 

Financial and Insurance Agents, 

Corner Cordova & Cambie Sta., 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 

P.O. Box 47 7. Tclepbooe No. 212, 



Special Attention g\ vert ta luTestments and 
the aianagemeutof K8ta;»8 for Noa-Besldent). 

Gagnon Alex., cabinetmaker, 29 Cor- 
dova, res foot of Cambie 
" Frank, edger sawyer H. S. M. 
« W., millhand H, S. M. 



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Gain Henry, plasterer, Pender bet 
Seymour and Granville 

Calbraith & Campion, Orien- 
tal^ fancy goods, 420 Cor- 
dova 

Galhraith Julius F., of Galbraith & 

Campion, reaSOIIaro 
Gaila,!j:licr William John, manajjer 

NovvsAdvcrtiner, printing and bind- 

ins;; (lept,rOH 534 RichardH nr Georgia 
Galley Wrn. If., manas^er for Tyo & 

Oo., res 516 Oppenheimer 
Gamble John E., carpenter, res IIowo 
bet Drake and Pacnfic 

" — .principal East End School 
Gambrinurt hotel, Swanson & Swan, 

props, 116 Water 
Gander James, loco engiiieer 0. P. R., 

560 Seymour 
Garden Frank, shipwright, res 
False deck 

" Goo., clerk, bds Balmoral 

Garden, Hnrmon & Burwell, 

survevors 
Tel 65 

" James F,, of Garden, Hermon & 
Burwell, 116 Cambie,bds Leland 

" John, of Garden & Sons,re8 Har- 
ris cor Dunlevy av 

" Wm., jun . , of Garden & Son8,ro8 
Harris cor Dunlevy av 

Garden Wm.f & Sons, whoie- 
sale teas, Hastings E bet 
Westminster a V and Core av 

Gardiner Prank, ship cptr.,res Quebec 
Gardner Frank, idiip carpenter, res 

Georgia nr Nicola 
Garland Wm.,plastoror,re8 520 Oppon- 

heimer 
Gartner John, driver, 55 Cordova, res 

Mount Pleasant 
Garvie Henry, carpenter, llth av 
Garvin George Lewis, dork T. Dunn 
& Co., rooms Balmoral 

" Sam., laborer, 6th av 



and engineer, 116 Cambie, 



REAL * ESTATE 

LOJJf AGEXCT, 

153 CORDOVA ST., YANCCUVER, B. C. 

BGAL ESTATE IN ATX PARTS OP TUB 
CITV AND rilOVINCE. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 

Gas Co., office iOO Cordova, 

Gas Works, Tel 41 * 

Gaekoll William, carpenter, rooms 315 

Homer 

Gass FredcrickNicholson, freightdept. 
C.P.R,, res Ilovve nr Helmcken 

Catewood Charles H., D.D.S., 
dental parlors, 130 Cor- 
dova, rms same, Tel 23-4 

GaultMiss A<ia, 214 Carroll 

Gautiiier Ai'ciionil, carpenter, Sey- 
mour nr Pacific 

Gauvreau Muiie, glazier Cassady & 
Co., res 358 Bichai-ds 

Gavin John, Conductor CP.Il., res 520 
Alexander 

Geary Geo., T. C. Building Socy,, 
Wilson block 

Geddes David, Bodega, 21 Carroll 
" J, Percv, secretary to general 
suptC.P.R., 410 Cordova 

Genard J., emp R, C, P. M., Co. 

Gendrcau Philion P., city scavenger, 
res rear 115 Hastinifs B 

Geneio C , emp R. C' P. M., Co. 

George William, shoemaker, res Sey- 
mour bet Davie and Drake 

German Re. Insurance Co, (Ltd.) of 
Berlin (Marine), Bewick & Wultf- 
sohn, agents 

Gerneo J., emp R, C. P, M., Co 

Gerrard Albert James, surveyor, Rob- 
son nr Jervis 
" Miss Minnie L., 112 Harris 



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Gerrard Allan, carpenter, res 110 
Harris 
" John Dunoan, carpenter, R.C.P. 

M., Co., Robson nr Jervis 
" William, emp R. 0. P. M., Co 
Gil>b David,Htonecutfer,26 Diinlevy av 
Gibbons Mrs. Martha, emp 17| Hast- 

irii^s E, res Pender nr Track 
GibbsThos., 340 Seymour 
Gibson Alex., carpenter, 207 Georgia 
" Annie Miss, waitress Leiand 
Charles, nurse City Hospital 
Francis J. P., rec. teller Bank of 
I j B.C., res 313 0|)peMheimer 

< I " Geo., lab. res 1 ear 136 Alexander 

IS: t " George F., clerk C. P. R., i-ooms 

^:: ; 4 New Yoi-k block 

!:, \ " John, butcher, 14 Hastings E, 

•• J res Princess cor Jackson 

,.; 1 " John, blacksmith A. T. McNabb, 

ii \ res Princess 

'!i i " Miss Jennie, fith av 

■; '' " Moves, prop Queen's hotel, 106 

i Water 

I,' ; " Wm., blacksmith, Princess nr 

•"'' >• Jackson 

AVm., emp R. C. P. M., Co 
Wm. HewHon, salesman Prin- 
cess nr Westminster av 
Gilbert Frank, hack driver, bds Gold 
Ho II so 
" George, mgr B.C.A. & M.W.C., 
res cor Princess and Gore av 
Gilchrist Wm., R.C.P.M., res Dupont 
nr Westminster av 



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Giles Deforis, plasterer, res 308 Sey- 
mour 
" Emery, plasterer, rear 308 Sey- 
mour 
" Fred., waiter Oriental hotel, 208 
Water 
Gill G. H., res Richards bet Robson 
and Georgia 
" John, machinist, res Richards bet 

Robson and Geoigia 
** Lister, clerk, 104 Cordova, res 4 
New York block 
Gillespie James, carpenter, 143 Water 

'' James, logger, rear 216 Powell 

Gillies Daniel W., bookkeeper, 17 

Water, res Hamilton nr Diitismiiir 

Gillis Albert J., printer " World," 112 

Barnard 

" John A., contractor builder, res 

112 Barnard 
" Jlurdoch, stone mason, btls 
Lorne 
Gilmore Alex., money order deptP.O., 

res 311 Hastings 
Gilmour Alex., of Gilmour & Clark, 
res Victoria City 
" Clark & McCandless, Vancouver 
soap works 
& Clark, clothing 28 Carroll 
Wm., of Gilmour & Clark, res 
Cth av 

Gintzburger Maurice, clerk, 100 Op- 
pen heimer 
Givine John, 422 Pender 

Glasgow hotel, Fritz Schnei- 
der, 309 Westminster av Tel 194 

Glasgow & London Insurance 
Co., Rand Bros.,agents, 100 
Cordova 

Glenn John, blacksmith, res 14 West- 
minster av 

Glendenning Andrew, laborer, res 
Richards nr Drake 

Gleeson John, laborer, foot Cambio 

Glover Wallace v., painter, Westmin- 
ster av, Mt Pleasant 









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Gloyn John, millhand H.S.M. 

Godfrey A., & Co., general 
hardware, paints, oils, glass 
&c, 156 Cordova. Tel 69 

See add below 

Godfrey Alex., of A. Godfrey & Co., 
res 428 Hastinijs East 
" Laurd Miss, ren 441 Homer 
" Thos. Benson., of A. Godfrey & 

Co., res 441 Homer 
" Wm , 10th av 
Godfayyo Frank, millhand H.S.M. 
Gohike Au,4?iist, cornice maker, 162 
Water 

Goldberg Z. Cordon, clothing 
and gents* furnishings, 

Clieapsido, 91) Cordova cor Abbott 

Golden Gate Hotel, Wm. Herbert 
Field, prop, Granville cor Davie 



T. B. Godfrey. 



HENRY PORTER, 

Manufacturer of 

Sonora Tanned 
Liace Leather^ 

Guaraoteei to k the touoliest in existence. 
436 Visitation Street. 

Cold House, Lambert & Dar- 
ling, props, 6(i and 68 Water 

Coldie& McCulloch's safes, 
Robertson & Co., agentsi 
307 Cordova 

Goldsmith George, porter Windsor 
hotel 
" Joseph, waiter, 224 Cordova 



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Paints, Oils, Glass, Carriage Woodwork, Iron, Etc. 



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Goldstein Aaron, second hand store, IS 

Cordova 
Goodman John, hrickmaker, bds St 
Charles hotel i 

Goodmnrphy Hammond, porter, 5:08, 
WaleV i 

" Caleb, oontractor, cor Carroll and 

Etiilway track 
" I'l'ed., barbel-, 7 Carroll 
" Si<lney, tinner Mt-Lonnan & Me- 
Feeley 
Goodwin A., laborer, 1 Cambie 

" John, stonemason, 792 West- 
minster av 
" & Arklo, carpenters, 207 Pender 

GOODWIN & TREYOE, real estate, 
.'jl5 Cordova 

" Wm. H., notary public of Good- 
win & Trevor bds Richards nr Georgia 
Gordon B., carpenter, 19 Abbott 
" Geo. R., clothing', 107 Carroll, 
res 420 Oppenheimer 
John, 19 Abbott 
John, laborer, 114 Pender 
Miss Millie, dressmaker, 637 
Seymour 
" & Robinson, business college, 210 

(Jordova 
*' R. G., of Gordon & Robinson bds 

Cam bio cor Georgia 
" R. W., pres and mgr Vancouver 
(San Juan) Lime Co. 

Gorman Phil,, prop Pullman 

saloon, 100 Water 



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tiser, res Homer 

Goss Richaixl, carpenter, res Keofer 

Gough Chas., section man C. P. R., lus 

Water front nr Westminster av 

" Enoch, laborer, res Alexander st 

Reach 
" Septimus, organist, 51G Cordova 

Cow Daniel Lincoln, mgr 

Brunette Saw Mill Go's yard, 701 
Westminster av,l)ds Balmoral, Tel 4!> 

Gow John Alex., yard salesman Bru- 
nette Saw Mill Co., res 10th av bet 
Quebec and Westminster av 
Gowler .D.L., painter, lit9 Oppenheimer 
Grady .John, res Powell bet Carl and 
, lleatley av 

I " John Hy., res Seymour cor 

Smith 
Graham H. A., loirger, bds 106 Water 
" II., laborer, 1 Cambie, bds Carter 
hotel 
Hugh, carpenter, res 108 Harris 
A. E. T. iMiss, bds Douglas house 
Robt. S„ logger,bds 1(56 Water 
Thos. Wm.., carpenter, 7ih av 
" Wm., shoemaker, 13 Cordova 
Grandin Andrew, laborer. Homer nr 

Drake 
Grant Alfred, brakeman C. P. R., res 
Princess nr Grove av 
" Edward, clerk John Boultbee, 

res cor Robson and Nicola 
" Alice Miss, 131 Dupont 
" Peter A., '"-^s Hayes av cor 

Powell 
'' Hobt., 528 Cordova 
" Wm„ of Grant & Richardson, res 
Richards 
Granville Frank W., real estate, 46 
Cordova res Princess nr Gore, 
Tel 199 
" Hotel, T, D, Cyrs, prop, 2i> 

Water 
" St Dining Hall, Harry King 
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JGrassie WnlterH,, ofGrasNie& Mason, 
roH 329 Hastinjis E 

" & Mtisori, jowellers, 120 "Water 
I Grav'Jy Waller E., real estate, 103 

Uiiml)io, reH Biirrard bet Alberiii 

ami Robson 
I Graver Jacob, butcher, *llh av 3Iount 

Plci^ant 

iGiaves Albert Martin, loco eriifineer 

O.P.R., Howe nr Pacitio 
Bradford Howard, conductor C. 

P. E., res Keof'er 
Bros,, bakers and grocers, 3 

Carroll 
J, R. L., of Graves Bros., 3 

Carroll 

John II., of Graves Bros., 3 

Carroll 
John, engineer 

Goreav nr Keefer 
Robt., blacksmith, 156 Water, 

res Columbi'i av 
Tlios,, tailor, (i Ilaistin ^^s E, res 

same 

iGIiAY & CO., grocers, 1 39 Cordova. 
Tel 116 

E„ emp R. C. P. M., Co 
Thos. (.'ook, of Gray & Co., res 
Richards nr Robson 
jGroen Alfred Edward, 216 Dnnsmuir 
Harry, plumber, Howe nr 
Holmcken 

John Alban, Granville nr Robson 
Rowland Edward, real estate 
agent, 6 Opperiheimor res 315 
Westminister av 
Wm. Thos,, plasterer, 311 Drake 
Wm, E„ mgr. Laflferty & Moore, 
res 216 Dunsmuir 
proonliorg Harry, sQcondhand cloth- 
iiiU, 88 Cordo»a 
jiecriwood Geo,, boilormaker V.C.F. 
^I't'ir Fred., machinist, bds 109 Hast- 
i rigs E 
" Fred., bottler, lOi Westmin- 
Hter av 
Jessie Miss, Nelson nr Tburlow 



ELECTRtC NIGHT BELL IN REAR. 

I Telephone fio. 52. 



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FUNERAL DIRECTOR and EIALIR 

STOCK COMPLETE 



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Gregor Riohard, clerk, 220 Cordova 
Gregory Richard, machini>*t, bds Howe 
l^t Drake and Pacitic 
*' Sidney, salesman Tye & Co., res 

516 Oppenheimer 
" John, carpenter, 1107 Howe 
Grenfell Cheese Co., Grenfell, N. W, 

T., A. H. B. MacGowan, agent 
G rey Hound Hotel, 232 Water. Tel 135 
Gribble Cbas. II., upht)lsterer, Gore av 
Grier Jessie Mrs,, dressmaker, 318 

Granville 
Grierson Andrew, driver, Westminster 
road 
<' I)., emp. E. C. P, M. Co. 
Griffin Essex, distiller, 311 Pender 
Griffith John Colman, com merchant, 
312 Princess 
" Joseph, res llth av between 
West minster av and Quebec 
Griffiths Albert R, yard salesman for 
Loamy & K3le, res 431 Cam bio 
'< Ellis Wm., carpenter, res 508 

Oppenheimer 
" Georsie, laborer, bds 792 West, 
minster av 
Grigg C. E., steward Vancouver hotel 
Grouleut Charles, emp. R, C. P. M. Co, 

'• Fred,, emp, R. 0. P, R. M. Co. 
Grove J., painter, Richards nr Pender 
Grover Wm,, clerk, I40 Cordova 
Groves Mrs., widow, tailoress, 75 Cor- 
dova, res Mount Pleasant 
<' Wm., baker, Princess nr HettU 
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REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

SIS MASflNeS ST.« 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 



Grovcsnor Wm., clerk Johnston, Ker- 
foot & Co. 

Guardian Fire Insurance Co., 504 Cor- 
dova 

Gunsall Clare Mrs., widow, waitress, 
178 Water 



Any property for sale in or near tlie City 
can always be liad at lowest figures tlirough 

CWHETHAM&CO., 

Corner Cordova and Cambie Streets. 



The Central REAL ESTATE firm of 
the City. See tlieir Guide to Vancouver 
Call for niapa and inforination of any kind. 



Hach Chas., mgr Jacob Sehl, res 64 

Cordova 
Hackett James Wm., of Robertson & 

Hackett, i-es 415 Homer 
Hailstone William, rooms 320 Homer 
HAINES ARTHUR, real estate, 13 
Hastings E 
" & Smith, agents, 13 Hastings E 
Halawell Elizabeth Mrs., wid, nurse, 
123 Hastings E 
" Joseph, laborer, res rear of 123 
Hsistings E 
Haldon John P, carpenter, res West- 
minster av, Ealse Creek 



Hale George, V. C. F., 125 Haslir^rsE 

" John P., grocer, 125 Hustiiij.'sE 

" Millie Mist<, clerk, 125 Hastings E 

Haley Geo., agent, 421 Kichanis 

Hall Abraham, plasterer, bd.-, Stewan 

house 

" David, laborer. Water front 

nr Richards 
" Wtn., laborer, res Granville 
" Jiimes DeaU, mgr Vancouver 

Photo Co., 420 Cordova 
" James Z,, mgr Major & Pcar.son, 

res 712 Nelson 
" John R., Princess cor Westmin- 
ster av 
" W. G., messenger Dom. Exp, Co. 
" W., carpenter, 23 Gore av 
" Wellington, teamster, 23 Gore av 
" Wm., cjirpcnter, 23 Gore av 
Haliander Sam., V. C. F., ro.s 450 

Alexiuider 
HALLETT ISAAC H., barrister, 
Notary Public, Homer cor Coiclova, 
bds Douglas House 
Ham brook Alfred, expressman, Mel- 
ville nr Bute 
Hamel FranK D., blacksmith, 25 Ponder | 
Hamelle Alphonse, lab., 1131) Riclian 
Hamer Albert Victor, carpenter, Howe I 

nr Pacific 
Hamilton Geo,, teamster, bds Northern | 
hotel 
— , 428 Seymour 
Hugh, stableman Queen Bros,, res | 
Seymour 
Lyman, teamster, 715 Westminl 

ster av 
John E., carpenter, 11th av 
Percy, 11th av 

William, engineer fire dept.. 51l)| 
Seymour 
Hamlin Wm. James, laborer, 20J| 

Harris 

Hammersley Alfred St. George, of I 

Drake Jackson & Co., res Soalon nrl 

Burrard. Tel 170 

Hanbury Chas., machinist, 530 Sej| 

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Hancock Elijah, carj)onter, Nelson nr 
TImrlow 
Jiimes, carpenter, Nelson nr 
Tlmilow 
IlLiniey Gnice Miss, 123 Diipont 
iHiniiiit F. W., foi'einan, bds Louvre 
William James, carpenter, res 
Westminster av nr 13th av 
iHiMinafin Mrs. Kate, millinery, 136 
Cordova, re^ 134 Cordova 
■' Jiimcs P., blacksmith C.P.R., 134 

Cordova 
lannjilian — , carpenter, res Keefer nr 
Jacks' in 
iHailuir .Master's office, M. W. Thain, 

harbor master, 1507 Powell 
[lliiiciis Sinclair, fruits, cor Hastings 
iind Carroll, resG Hastings K 
Uirdie Thos., carpenter, Seymour nr 
Davie 

Hardiman Theo. R., art dealer 
land picture, framing, 622 
Cordova 

Imc'iiig Adolphus, res Albcrni 
• M. L. Mi.-s, tciicher, Barclay 
■ llcv Freeman, res Alherni 

panly Goo., teamster, 128 Cordova 

" Geo., liils 212 Harris 

[arknt'ss Heniy, painter, rear 317 

tfeymour 

ffarliind Edward, machine hand, bds 

t'lilumbia hotel 

larmiin James Edgar, tinsmith, 114 
Carroll, res 208 Pender 
Piiiliip, cabinet maker, 29 Cor- 
dova 

Parmer Fiedorick, emp. R.C.P.M.Co. 

liiidld Thomas, patternmaker C. P. 

[li., res Kicliards between Davie and 

iDiuke 

|arris Charles, teamster for Palmer 
Bros., bds 100 Dupont 

[ • Edwin, carpenter, Horiiby nr 
Davie 

I" Ernest, laborer, Hornby nrPaci- 

I" Fred,, carpenter for Hillyer 



REAL * ESTATE 

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LOAN AGENCY. 
153 CORDOVA ST., VAXC; UVER, B.C. 

REAL ESTATK IN A Lt, PAKTS OF THE 
CITY AND PROVINCK. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 

Harris G. C, carpenter, bds 201 Hast- 
ings F] 
" Jas., hi borer, res 612 Hastings W 
" Lena Mrs.,wid.,418 Oppenheimer 
" Mat., boilcrmaker V.'O. F. 
" P. C. Laneston, B. A., mgr. Van 
Coll. Agencj', 307 Cordova, res 
449 Homer 

Harris Robt. Wilson, barrister, 

162 Cordova 

Harris Wm., laborer, 140 Alexander 

'' W. James, baggageman C. P. E., 
rooms 330 Homer 
Harrison — , driver Queen Bros., 12 
Cam bie 

" A., emp. E. C. P. M. Co. 

" Geo., baker for Fra nk McFarlane 

" John, emp. R. C. P. M. Co. 

" Logh Itichmond, barrister, 
Homer cor Cordova, rooms 
Gri'nville block 

" Lucy Mrs., 406 Westminster av 

" Eobt., nurseryman, 406 Westmin- 
ster av 

" Wm., B. C. book store, Abbott 
nr Cordova, res 23 Abbott 

" Wm., »)lacksmith V. C. F. 
Harstone Wm., gen store, 16 Carroll 

" Wm., of Meek & Harstone, 539 
Powell 
Hart Anna M. Mrs., Gambia cor Geor- 
gia 

" Ellen Miss, Cambie cor Georgia 



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REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
A^\NCOUVEB, B. C. 

Hart Frank Wm., mfr. of 
furniture, importer of 
croclcery, upholsterer and 
undertaker, 27 and 29 Cor- 
dova, res Cambie. Tel 62. 
Factory Tel 75 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co. 
of Hartford, Ross and Ceper- 
ley, agents. Post Office 
Block, 313 Hastings 

Hartley F., laborer, 1 C:iinl)io 

" F., carpenter, bds Louvro 
Jlartiiey James, contractor grading 
res Rirclay, between Thurlow 
ami Bute 
" Maiiraret Miss, teacher. Central 

School, bds I)oii<r|as IIoii.se 
" S., stable, 22 Alexander 
Harvey Geori^e, carpenter, res 123 
Ifastinjis E 
" John, laborei', foot Caml)ie 
" John T. W., teamster A. God- 
troy & Co., bds Sunnyside 

Harvey M. A., livery stable, 
Abbott t\r Water, res Howe. 

Tel 175. See adv. opposite 

JIarveyT. W., agent, res 317 Hastings 
" E, trarn ham, lodger keeper Bank 

of B, C, res Seymour 
" Wm., nigr M. A. Harvey, res 338 
Howe 
HascJton — , cttrp , res 305 Dralie 



Hassan Frank, fireman, Homer nr 
Drake 

Ilassing L. Blair, of Dom. T?oaI Estate! 
and Loan agency, res Manor IIoi^o 

Hastings Sawmill Co. (Ld' I 
Richard H. Alexander, local 
manager, store Tel 27. office 
Tel 30,Alexander nr Dunlevy 
av ' 

Hastings Tiios. "NVarron, jn-intor 108 

Cunlova, bds Ont.irio Honso 
Hatch J.imesH., tinner, 102 Water res 
lllh av 

" Joseph, tinner, 102 Water, renl 
]3th av 
Hat tie Wm., carpenter, res Oriental 

hotel 
Haiigh Harry, carpenter, 9th ave 

" Tho8., carpontoi", 9th uvo 

Havana cigar factory, R. E. 
Webster, 332 Cordova 

Haverson Alex., laborer, res Jlomornp 
Drake 

Hawley Chas. Matthew, liar- 

ness maker, 1 18 Carroll, res lliistimrJ 
Haws Richax'd Colbert, marine en-" 

gineer, Hornby cor Drake 
Hawsen Wm., watchnijikt r, 21(iPo\vell| 
Hay Chas., Carl av nr Alexander 
Chas., 302 Alexander 
Gfo., of Kougier &, Hay, 12 Al> 
bott 
" John Marshall, bookkeeper Raiii]| 
Bros , res 300 Georgia 
Hayden Frank W., despatcher O.P.E.J 
res Homer 
" J. I„ of Vane. Soap Co. 
" Hamilton H., of Ha.>-den & \\'i\ 
ker, res 450 Homer 
Hayes Geo., of Haj'cs and McIntosli,j 

Carroll, bds Balmoral 
Hayes Geo., res Front 

" Miss, teacher E. End School 

Hayes & M|clntosh| butchers) 

52 Cordova, Tel 50 






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HiiyiieH Frank, waiter Vancouver 

hotel 

JHaywood & Black, Real Es- 
tate & Insurance brokers, 
176 Cordova. Tel 133 

lllaywodd William C, of Haywood & 
JMiuk, ImLs Hotel Vancouver 
"Wm. J)., police ottlcer 
Victor Wallace, jailor City Hall 
iHazeltoii — , carpenter, res 305 Drake 
iHazeiwtKxl Joseph, stableman, bds Lou- 
vre hotel 
|llo:ily J. A., bookkeeper, 338 Cor- 
dova 
|Bfiip!< K. H., furnituro factory, res 
1130 Howe 

Hoiithcotc (jr, v., dork C. P. R gen 
Dtlicos 
tlbilu'ott I3iuco, clerk Bk of B. C, 
iMiss Al;ce, ros Powell bet 
llawkcs av and Campbell nv 
Heck Frs., mason, res iiicbards nr 
Georgia 



REAL * ESTATE 

LOAy AGEXCW 
153 CORDOVA ST., VA>'C; UVER, C.G?* 

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Hoil^eH Miss Kittj', 11 Diipont 
Hei;;crson C.,teamster,Pendernr Ti'ack 
llelmcken H, J)., of Drake, Jackson 

& Co., res Victoria Cit\' 
HelpsHy., driver, 55 Cordova 
Hemeisloy Alfred St. Creorge, of 

Drake, Jackson & Co, 
Hemlow Harry, res Keef'ernr Gore nv 
Hempbill J?obt., contractor, 415 Has- 
tings E 

" Wm., teamster, 415 Hastings B 



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P. O. Box 636. 



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IMPORTERS OF 

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Notary Public. Iiisuranoe. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE ft INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

9m MAS^IK©B ST., 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Homplo Robert, contmctoi', res 415 

HuMtings 
Homsley George, painter, res cor 

Comox uiid Bute 
HenderHOii & Couth, coal, produce & 
coinm., 6 Carroll. Tel 112, 
wharf footBuriiaid. Tel 53 
George C, comp ''World" 
Geo. L., logger, 1G6 Water 
Isaac, ot HenderHon & Couth, 
res 747 VVestininsterave 
James, carpenter, res Richards 
James L., Leamy & Kyle, res 
Water Iront nr Westniinsteruve 
" Mrs., wid Isaac, 747 Westminster 
ave 

Henderson James, 
of Henderson Directory Co., 
Winnipeg 

Henderson John B., of llenderaon & 
Couth, res 502 Alexander 

Henderson Leonard C* 
of Henderson Directory Co., 
P.O. Box 278, Victoria 

Henderson Directory Co., Pub- 
lishers British Columbia 
Gazetteer and Directory ; 
Vancouver City Directory ; 
Victoria City Directory ; 
P.O. Box 278 Victoria 

Henderson Lawrence, barber, 432 
Cordova 
" R. H., plasterer, 410 Cordova 






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HENDERSON STANLEY, chief clerk | 

l)ay rdls dept 0. P. R., ros 342 

Seymour 
Ilenoy Hugh, laborer, res 115 Ha^t. 

ings E 
IIiMinesey Thos. E., fireman C. p, R, 

bds Colonial 
Ilcnning William James, carpenter I 

res (ith ave 

Henry C. E., marUot gardener. West.] 
minster road 
" James, phisterer, KooCor 
Levi, laborer, 314 Powell 
Marvin J,, gardener, Westminstorl 
ave 

llooUander Sam., machinist V. C. Fj 
Hermon Ernest B., of Garden, Jlorl 

mon Ik, Biirwoll, res 410 llDiner 
Herod John, contractor, 41(J Gran-| 
villo 
" Peter, bricklayer TurnbijJI 
Co. 

Ilerwood S., night watchman U.S. )lJ 
Hessen Alexander, employee Kloe'tnel 

Light Co., res rear of :}()7 Meatty 
Hewitt Josepli, farmer, bds 2221I;irriJ 
Hewson Clias. John, millhatid JI, sj 

M., res Duffer in 
Hewton Frank, driver, res 425 Ifct^ 

ings E 
Ileyden Clias., II. S. M. 
Hicks Miss Al)bie, waitress, 5 WutorJ 
res Fire Hall 
" David Heniy, carpenter, "fsSllI 
Ciimbie 
Edward, night clerk, 37 Oordovj 
George, stair buildei-, 331 \hi\ 

ings W 
Gideon, carpenter, 336 Ilomeij 
Valentine, painter, 10th ;ir| 
Wm., carpenter, llovve nr JIclmoF 
ken 

Iliggins John, emp R. C. P. M., Co| 
Hill Gertie Miss, 17 Dupont 

" John B., contx'actor and buildeij 
res 309 Dunsmuir 

" John, teamster, 209 Abbott 



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Hill Joseph, pla^teror, Pendrell nr 
Thurlow 
" Joseph, cnrponter, Dunsmuircor 

Siytnoiii' 
" Josoph, phxsterer, Ponder 
" Win., Ittitoror, 1 Cam bio 
'' Win., h)nf^.slioremtin, Water 
front nr J^ichnnlH 
lllilliiird OhuH., contractor, Richardn 

nr (roorifia 
hlilU Kihvard, carpenter, WostminHter 

roiul 
lllillyor Chas., contractor, 110 Sey- 
mour 

JHIrschberg Martin H., ac- 
couruant, estate agent, & 
customs broker, Cordova 
cor Water, res 3^0 Seymour 

|Ho,u Kiif'us, 11th avo 

lllilibs Kato Miss, niir.so, 311 Oppon- 

heimor 
[Hobsoi! Christopher George, res 46 
Westminster av 
" Geo. Wm., mi^r. Rous.sean & Co., 

res 4(j Westminster av 
" rev 11. P., incumbent Christ 

church res Georgia 
iiben Kliziibeth Mrs., widow Phillip, 
Nicola nr Alberni 

njgoi) Arthur, painter Turnbull 
& Co., res Barnaid 
Bi'llii Miss, clerk, 30 Carroll 
MissM. L.. dressmaker, 7 Water, 
res 30 Carroll 
' Richard Oliver, laborer V. Gas 
Co., res afloat onFal.se Creek 
pOFFAR NOBLE STONESTREET., 
architect, 517 Il.-istings W, 
res 455 Seymour. Tel 152, res 
tel 209 
I' S. G., yardman Fader Bros., 
res False Creek nr Granville 
Joffmeister Miss Anna A., Howo nr 

Davie 
I" Fred., R. C. P. M., Howe nr 
Davie 



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Telephone No. sa. 



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FDNER.U DIRECTOR aDdElALMER 

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Hoft'me''' or Henry, R.C.P.M., Howe 
nr Davio 

" Miss Kalio, res Howe 

" Leonuid, machine hand, 
Howe 

" Roinhardt, res Howe 
Hogben Thomas J., pensioner, 

Alexander St Beach 
Hogg Alo.xander, carpenter, 
Westminster av 

" James, photographer, 75 Cor- 
dova, res 318 Princess 

" James, laborer, Princess nr 
Ileatley av 

" W. G., clerk local treas dept 
C. P. R. 

" William Jackson, clerk, 51 

Cordova, res 408 West minsterav 
Holland James M.. of J. M. Holland 

& Co., bds Leland, rooms 131 

Hastings E 

Holland J. M., & Co., real es- 
tate, loans and insurance, 44 Cor- 
dova. Tel 95 

Holloway Robert, compositor News 

Advertiser, bds Alhainbra 
Holman Capt. H. B., 516 Cordova 

" liOwis, bds Golden Gate hotel 
Holmes — , speculator, rooms 421 
Pendtii' 
" Alfred James, of W. C. Archer & 

Co., res 356 Richards 
" Christopher, carpenter, res Lans- 
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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary l-ublic. Insurance. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY. 

REAL ESTATE & DiSURANGE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

SIS MA^'riK©^ ST., 

VANCOtTVER, B. C. 

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Holmes Rieli., carpenter, res Cam bio 

'' Win., v'iipltiiii Sir Vancouver, 6 
CiU-roU 
Hoist Gliiis., 238 Cordova, bds West- 
mi iisler av 
Holstead A. E.. 312 Pender 
llolt Frank, carpenter, Princess nr 

Carl a V 
Homo Cheer, monthly, A\\ C. T. U., 

334 Cordova 
Iloo])er Thomas, architect, 312 ITust- 

in<js, res 323 Homer 
Hope C'liasv E., architect, engineer and 

af^ent. Noiiliern countries (ot Eng.) 

Ins tnisl, 84 Cordova, res 206 Pender 
Hcroiislein L., prop Trivoli Saloon, 

25 Dnpont 
Horie Wm., carpenter, resKcefer 
Home A. P., rooms 315 Homer 

" Fred., teamster, 33G Carroll, bds 

Brunswick 
HOiiXE JAMES W., capitalist, 410 

Conlova, Ills Leland 
Horracks HyFellowes,drup;s, 4Carroil 
Horrobin Theodore, carpenter, res cor 

Princess and Gore av 
Horton Nicholas, carp., res over 404 

Westminster A v 
HoskiT Edward, timekeeper C. P. R 
shops, res 430 Homer 

" Edwaid James, engineer C.P.E., 

res 430 Homer 

" Nellie 3Iiss, res 436 Homer 

Hospital City, Pender nr Gam- 
ble. Tel 26 



Hotel Vancouver, Stanley Kin<| 
near, manager, Georgia corl 
Granville. Tel 61 

Hoiile Oct.,C.P.R.,Rie,har(ls nr Davie 
" Onesiiiie, 22;) Drake I 

llousley C,, fireman, 500 Opponlioimerl 
" Charles, engineer, res 50l] UiJ 

penheimer 
" Walter, bds 500 Oppenlieimer 
Howard Henry, C. P. li,, Hornby nrl 
Drake [ 

" WiUv Lawrence, barber, lUDiiJ 
pont 
Howie Alex. S., bartender, 124 Water 
" F^, aj)prentice, 20 Cordova, iJ 

Kichards 
" Fred. K., clerk, 222 Harnnnl 
" Wm>. teumsier, 222 Barnard 
Howse Allred IJichard, rear 21) Poiideii 
" Clias. Jiobi,, lineman, roar 
Pender 
Hub Hotel, 8'.) Coruova 
Hudson's Bay Co., groceries, liquors 
provisions and cigars, 150 Cordova 
Tel 04 I 

Hudson Ed mund,engineer Fader BroJ 
cor Granville and Drake 
" John, laborer, bds Iticlinioiidl 
Hughes — , machinist, 017 Seymuiir 

" Thos., bds 320 Seymour 

Hunt Edward, architect, res Wcstiiii 

ster road, nr 10th av 

" Edward, carpetiter, J{.C.P,.\1,('( 

res Howe but Drake and IVill 

'' Emily Mrs., widow, res \Ve>iiiiij 

ster av nr 10th av 

Hunter E, E., carpenter H.S.M. 

" — , bds 109 ILastings E 

" John B , bridge carponlerC 

40!»P(Aveir 
" Itobert, uiillwright, res Pernlra 

bet Thurlow and Bute 
" Samuel, 530 Seymour 
" Thos., carpenter, 530 Seym(iiir| 
Huntley Joseph, city sanitary, tiro;i 
license inspector, City Hull, ro<i 
Powell 



barber, 114 DiiJ 
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Sash, Laths, &e. VANCOUVS77, B.C< 
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Hurley J. F., upholsterer, 29 Cordova, 

biis Tremont house 
Hiitclu'soii WuIUt DeLacey, clerk 
, JIcLeiinan & McFeely 

Hutch in^s George Wm., 

upholHlorcrund fiiriiitHre,122 Powell 
Hutchings Wm. John, laborer, Homer j 153 CORDOVA ST., VANCCUVER, B. C. 

nr Drake 

HulcliiiiK""" Agnes Mi89,domestic,311 
Oppeiiheimer 

Hutchison Wtn., bottler, 6th nv 

Hutsoii James, pluHterer, 233 Harris 

Hyde Art liur, laborer, res Alexander 
Ht Beach 
" Wm., L'ardener, res Water front 
nr Carroll 

Uvland Hugh, carpenter H.S.^r. 
■" Thos., steward H.S.M. 

Hyslop Chas., machinist, (J I Westmin- 
ster av 



C. WHETHAM A CO., 

Real Estate Brokers, 

Financial and Insurance Agsnts, 

Corner Cordova <Sc Cambie Gts., 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 

P.O. Box 47 7. Telcpbooe No. PAS. 



Special Atteiitlim given to In .eHtinentsand 
I the Manage uieiitdfKstates for Non-Kevldeuts. 

Ilcen Jacob, fruit and confectioner}- 53 

Carroll 
I Imperial Opera House, Crickmay & 

liolwon, propSjPender bet Abboititiid 

Cambie 



I Independent Order of Forres- 
ters, niee^s in Oddfellows' 
Hall, 2nd and 4th Wednes. 

days 

jingo Esther, farmer, res Davie nr 
Bnrrard 
" Esther Mrs., midwife, res Davie 
or Burrard 



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BEAI. ESTATE IN Atl. PARTS OF THK 
CITY AND PROVINCE. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 



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Inge Lilly Miss, Drake nr Bute 
" James, waiter Vancouver 
" James, Hornby nr Drake 
" Peter, painter, Drake jir Bute 
" Roger, apprentice, 162Water,re8 
Davie 
Inland Revenue — Miller 332 Cordova 
Innes Fred. Colleston, of Richards & 
In lies, res Hastings cor Burrard. 
Tel 100 

Innes & Richards, real estate, 
financial and insurance 
agents, 613 Hastings. Tel 24 

Inslev John K., of Prout & Insley, Le- 
land house, 526 Hastings W 

Institut Canadien Francais 
de Vancouver,Dr. H. <r.. Lan- 
gls,pres ; L.Dansereau,secy. 

International hotel and restau- 
rant, F. A. Boehlofsicy prop, 
135 Cordova. Tel 224 

In wood (reft., res 411 Pender 

I. O. O. F., Hall, Masonic block, 309 

Cordova 
Ireland (t. W., barrister, room 8 Al- 
bum bra 
Irvine — , special policeman, 315 Sey- 
mour 
« Geo, W., plasterer, res Richard 
Irving D. Bell, M.D., 332 Cordova, res 
308 Alexander. Tel. 6G 
« Hy. Bell, of Bell-Irving & Pat- 
terson 

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A. W. ROSS. H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary Public. Inaurano«. 

ffOSS& CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

813 MASTINeS ST.t 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Irving& Strahariymfrs of house 
finish, wood turners and 
cabinetmakers, 316 Sey- 
mour 

Irving Wm., laborer, 211 IlnHtin^js E 
" Wm., of Irving & Siraliun, 31(i 
Seymour 

Irwin John J., carpenter, ree 14 Hast- 
ings E 

Any property tor sale in or near the City 
Utn always be had at lowest figures through 

CWHETHAM&CO., 

Corner Cordova and Cambie Streets. 



The Central REAL ESTATE firm of 
the City. See their Guide to Vancouver 
Call for maps and information of any kind. 

Jackson John Wm., jeweller, 128 Cor- 
dova, res 7th avcor Quebec 
" li.E., of Dr:ike, Jackson & Co,, 
res Victoria 
JagoWm., slaughterman Hayes & Mc- 

Int(),Nh, Front 
James — , em p. Gas Works, res Duf- 
ferin 
" Harry, stoker Vane. Gas Co., res 

foot Keefer 
" John, laborer Leamy & Kyle 
" Slanloy.bookkeeper.bds Princess 
bet Carl and Hoatley av 



Jameson, James emp E. C. P. M. Co 
Jamieyon D., compositor News Adver- 
tiser 
" Miss, teacher, Burrard nr Bar- 
clay 
" Robt., carpenter, bds Stewart 
House 
Janes Th(»mas John, sale and feed 
stables, 713 Westininster uv, res 
same Tel. 128 

Japanese Store, Calbraitli & 

Champion, 420 Cordova 

Jarrett Arthur, bds Powell, bet Camp- 
bell and iiiiymur av 
" S. N., carpenter Cassady & Co., 
res Cambie • 
Jay Geo., jun., of Yates & Jay, res Vic- 
toria 
Jayo Wm,, butcher, 55 Cordova, res 

Prince Edward 
Jenkins Emma Miss, Georgia nrThur- 
low 
" J, P., laborer, bds Whatcheer 
House 
Jenman Kate Miss, domestic, 411 

Powell 
Jennes E, A,, of Corbou'd, McCall &| 

Jennes, res New Westminster City 
Jervis Annie Miss, waitress, bds 0|> 1 
erdieimer nrCanij)l)ell 
" Arthur, messenger, 108 Cordova] 
" Edwin, clerk J, Keai, res Oppcn- 

heimer nr Campbell 
" John, night clerk Str. Premier, I 
res Oj)penheimer nr Campbell 
" Miss Maggie, waitress bds Op- 
peidieimer nr Campbell 
Johns Archie, res 518 Oppenhoimer 
" Fred,, res 518 Oppetiheimer 
" Isaac, dopy collector of customs, | 
res 518 Oppenheimer 
Jennie Miss, 518 Oppenheimer 
Margaret Miss,518 Opponlioitnerl 
Johnson A., laborer. Water front nrj 
Westminster av 
" Andrew, bds 212 Harris 
" C, capt, str "Swan," 6 Carrolll 






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Johnson Charles, emp. R C. P. M. Co, 
" Oha><. Gardner, Jigont C. Av Coal 

Co., res Georgia nr Tliurlow. 

Tel 137, res Tel 110 
<« B lith Mi»s, 335 Richards 

Fred. G., room 18 Ferguson BIk 
Gjo., b.'irber, rear 308 Seymour 
George W., of Julmson & Lucas, 

res Sej-monr 
H., emp. R C. R M. Co. 
J. Binns,pr.»pR Ureal Saloon, 65 

Cordova, res 335 Richards 
J. J. Mrs., 88 Cordova 
James Licey, ins. agent, 431 

Howe 
John, expressman, 311 Iltwt- 

iiigs E 
Jolm. driver H. B. Co., ros cor 

Westminster av and G«»ro av 
John, laborer. Water tront nr 

Westminster av 
& Lucas, bathers, 7 Abbott 
IjOIIN^SON LACEt R., master me- 
chanic Pacific Division C.P.R., 

res Beach av bet Thurlow and 

Bute. Tel 131 
>[., emp. R. C. P. M. Co. 
R. E., Ferifuson BUn-k, Richards 
Ole.lL, emp. R C. P. M.Co.,bds 

Arlington hotel 
R E., estate and comm. agent, 

Allen block, Cordova nr Carrol 
I JolinslonAlex.,resT(j8 Westminster av 
Andrew M., leam.ster, 128 Cor- 
dova 
Arthur Geo., of Johnston & Ty* 

son, res 490 Alexander 
' B. R, of Johnston & Co., res 

cor Westminster av and 9th av 
' C. W., cook 1I.S.M. 
[Johnston & Co., auctioneers 

and appraisers, 75 Cordova 
Ijohnston B. E., survoyor, Georgia nr 
Bute 
' E.iward, clothing, Richards 
' Geo. P., carpenter, res Cambie 
' Geo., foreman for Goo. Cassady 
& C(K, Tea Cam bio 



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them oa fullest guarantee. 

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JOHNSTON GEO. DAVID, M.D., 
of Bell-Irving & Johnston, res 
1032 Georgia. Tel 160 
" Iltirry L., clerk Rmd Bros., bds 

Douglas House 
" Helen Miss, 490 Alexander 
" Herbert, bds 529 Seymour 
" James Irvitie, tailor, 40 Cordova, 

res 433 Hamilton 
" James O., clerk, 140 Cordova, 

res Hamilton 
'* James Irvine, of Johnston, Ker- 

Ibot & Co., res Hamilton 
" John, bookkeeper for Gea Cas- 
sady & Co., bds 560 Seymour 
" John, blacksmith, 156 Water, 

res Richards 
" Joliti, blacksmith, Homer nr 

Drake 
" John C, carpt, 490 Alexander 
" John U., 309 Westminster av 
" John W., city policeman, res 

Westminster av, Mt Pleasant 
" Joseph, bricklayer, bds St Char- 
les hotel 
'' Kerfool & Co., clothing, 140 

Cordova 
" O. H., bds 560 Sevmour 
" Robt., boat builder, foot Carroll 
•' h Tyson,clothing, gents' furnish- 
ings, and boots and shoes, 2 
Carroll 
" Wm. City policeman 
Johnstone Fenwick Wm.,barri8ter,512 
Cordova, res Seymour 



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REAL ESTATE ft INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

@ISB MASTIK®^ ST., 

VANCOrVEB, B. C. 

Jones Charles Henry, nail 
loft, and tent factory, 
23 Alexander, res 
62 Westminster av 

" Chap., apprentice, res 55 Weisl- 

Tt>i»««tor av 
Capt., 516 ( "ordova 
Jldvvard, carpenter, bds Colonial 

liotel 
Goo. Bell, res Nelson nr Bute 
Geo. James, bools and shoes, 100 

Carroll, res Keeler 

JONES II. A., & CO., real estate, 
inMirancearnisluainsliip agunts, 
Cordova cor Water, Tel. 23 
" JIarry Albert, ot II. A, Jones 

& (A),, res 310 Pender 
" Jubn l)avivi, carpenter, 118 Col- 

uuibiu 
" John, C.P.R. sho] 9, res llunier 
nr Nelnon 
Jo^epii, tarnier, (Jth av 
II. , em p. a. C. .U. P. Co. 
Sum. laborer, 012 Hastings \V 

Jones Wm. Rees, prop Ter- 
minus Ilutel, 3'S Waier 

Joix^'s Wm., laborer, tids 105 Bitrnard 

Jordan (reo. A., barrister, Wils'-n lilk 

" John Geo., car peroer, bOs Oppen- 

hoim; • nr Campbell 
" Wm., carpenter, Seymour nr 
Drtdvo 
Joseph C, A., tailor, 212 Cordova 
Jocjuin John, millhand II.S.M, 



Jubilee Restaurant, I, D. Farmer, 14 
Abbott 

" Saloon, McKay & Mclver, proiw 

78 Water '' 

Judd E, J., real estate agent, res 29 

Hastings 
Judge Arthur, apprentice V.C.F. 

" Wm,, saloon, 86 Cordova 
Junction House, M, II, Barry, pron 

Westminster road 

C. WHETHAM & CoT^ 

Real Estate Brokers, 

Financial and Insurance Agents, 

Corner Cordova & CambieSts., 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 



P,0. Box 47 7, 



Toleptiooe No. ai2. 






Special Attention given to Investments and 
the Management of Kstates for >>'un-t{esldeuts, 

iKa'ne Charles, carpenter, bds o21 
I Ilichards 

I Kanaka Thomas, gang marker II, S.M, 
! Kay Alex., tinner, 226 Ilastingn, ml 
' 309 Ilichards 

' Kearney Augusta Miss, millinery, 0]»- 
penheimer nr Carl av 
" Maud Miss, dressmaker, Oppeii- 
heimer nr Carl av 
Keefer George A,, M, Inst. C.E..C'iiiol'| 
engineer Vancouver WiiU 
Works Co., res Victoria 
" Hugh Forbes, contractor, re| 

1 U Westminster av, Tel 87 
" Hugh O,, bds Brunswick 
'* John Gilbert, bookkeeper, bds I 

Brunswick 
" Jno. Mole.U)okkeeper,Brun8wi(k| 
Keefer's Hall, Knights ofPythiasIIii 

120 Alexander 
Keeler Charles, florist, res 10th av 
Keen Harry, printer, 114 Pender 
Keene Wm, Lever, mail clerk, "New| 
Advertiser," res 336 Homer 



snter, bds il21 

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Kcil James, teamster, Water 
'' James, foreman D. B. Charleson, 
Richards nr Georiria 
Keir Cathel, tailor, 140 Cordova, bds 

209 Abbott 
KEITH JAMES COOPER mgr Bank 

of B.C., i-es over Bank 
Kelley Wm.,cmp. R.C.P.M. Co. 
Kelly — , R.C.P.M., res Oppenheimcr 
nr Ilawkes av 
" Mrs., widow Jas., dressmaker, 
17 Westminster av 
Kelly John, bookkeeper, 110 Water, res 
Ontario House 
" Martin, stoneoutter, bds Louvre 
" Robt., salesman Oppenhoimer 
Bros., bds Jubilee 
Relvy Geo., carpenter, Westminster 

nr 10th av 
Kemp George, carpenter, res Seymour 
bet Davio and Drake 
' Henry, stoker Vancouver Gas 

Co., res Alex., street Beach 
' James, res 317 Hastings E 
' James A., res 317 Hastings P] 
' John, carpenter, 213 Georgia 
' Henry, Vancouver Gas Co., res, 

Keefer 
' James A., carpenter shop, ros 

317 Hastings E 
' James, gent, res 317 Hastings E 
' Wm. Andrew, carpenter, 9th av 
|KEXNEDY REV J\MES B., pastor 
First Baptist Church, r»!s Ham- 
ilton nr bun^muir 
' W., carpenter, 530 Seymour 
' V,'ni., machinist's insp C. P. R., 
Uls Colonial hotel 
jKenny Chas., bookkeeper, bds St 

Chi'irles hotel 
jKoiii & Talcott, props Bay View hotel 
514 Cordova 
' Walter, phisterer, res Carl av nr 
Hastings 

' Waller Emanuel, laborer, res 

Carl av nr Hastings 
' Wm. F., of Kent & Talcott, 514 

Cordova 



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STOCK COMPLETE 



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Kent Geo., painter, bds 201 Hast- 
ings E 
" Howard, bds 201 Hastings E 
" Rebecca Miss, board ng house, 

201 Hustings E 
" Sadie Miss,'bds 201 Hastings E 
Kenway B.C., architect, Wilson block 
Kerfoot Wm. John, of Johnston, Ker- 

foot & Co., i-es 433 Hamilton 
Kerr James, carpenter J. Caasady & 
Co, 
" John J., carpenter, 5th av 
Kersey Henry, carpenter, 412 West- 
minster av 
Kidd W. J., clerk C. P. R., res Colum- 

|)ia av nr lOlh av 
Kiev Cathal, tailor, 209 Abbott 
King Alwell, mgr Vane. Adv. & Bill 
Posting Co., 440 Cordova, res 
419 Richards 
'< — , longshoreman. Waterfront, 

nr C. P. R. Freight sheds 
" D., longshoreman, res Richards 
" Elliott IL, agent Equitable Life, 

bds 424 Hastings E 
" Geo,, bricklayer TurnbuU & Co. 
<' Ralph, bricklayer Turnbull & Co. 
" Geo., Comox nr Bute 
" Joseph, apprentice, res 419 

Richards 
" Joseph, cigar maker, rea 419 

Richards 
" Richard, electrician, 419 Richrds 
Kingcombe Edward, architect, lear 
425 Powell 



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Notary PabUo. Insuranoe. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Kinnear Stanley, manager Hotel 

Vaiiconver 
Kirk Mary Miss, 560 Seymour 
Kiikland Lizzie Mihs, dressniaker, 

178 Cordova, res Richards 

Kirschber^ & Landftberg, 

clotiiiiig & gents' furnishings, 21 
Cordova 

Kirscliberg Samuel, of Kirschberg & 

Landsberg, res Victoria 
Knight Henry W., butcher, 184 

Ctirdovu 
Knowdell Clian. Luther, machine shop 
C.P.R., 1141 Seymour 
" Edward J., tinner McLennan & 

McFeely, res 1139 Seymour 
" Chiis. v., carpenter, res 1141 

Sej'mour 
" Maggie Miss, tailoress, res 1141 
Seymour 
Knox William M.,pres T.C.B. Society, 
1 Oppenheiner, 331 Seymour. 
Tel. 150 
Kraft Louis, carpenter, bds lOU Hast- 
ings E 

Kurtz & Co., cigar mfrs., C. L. 
Behnsen, mgr., 

162 Cordova 

Kurlz John, of i^^.urtz & Co., res Vic- 
toria 

Kyle Andrew, cleik Thos. Dunn &Co. 
" George F„ of Lcamy & Kyle, res 
Seattle 



Any projjerty for pa'e in or near tlio C'jtv 
can always be haJ ut lowest ligures tluoii 'It 

CWHETHAM&CO." 

Comer Cordova and Cambio Streets, 



The Cent rill REAL ESTATE firm of 
the City. Sie thiir Guide to Vancouver 

Call for imips and iiifortniition of nny kin,!. 

Lnbb Samuel, at Cassady's Mill, res 
Hornliy nr Pacific 

Laberge A., engineer at Hotel Van- 
couver, Georgia cor Granville 

LaBourdais J. H., machinist, I7ii 
AVater 

Ladtin Wm., teamster, res Duponl iir 
Westminster 

Lafferty & Moore, bankers, 
Wm. E. Creen, mgr., Whe* 
tnam Block cor Cambie and 
Cordova. Tel. 227. >')« ^ («/i "<« 

hack Cover 
Lafterty J. P., of Lafferty & Mooiv, 

les Calgary 
Laffin Wm. H., teamster, 128 Diipontj 
Lafraiifois Peter, carpenter, bds S: 

Charles hotel 
LakeT.jHornbynr Pacific 
Lalonde J., waiter Hotel Vancouver 

" Z.,emp. E.C.P.M. Co, 
Lamb A., clerk H. B. Co., res lloiinrj 
" David, carpenter, res cur 
Oppenheimer and Ilealley av 

Lambert & Darling, props. 

Gold House, «G Water 

Lambert Frank, painter, bds Gc 
House 
" Joseph, barber, 432 Cor(lov(i,| 

res Granville 
'' Eoland, of Lambert &D«r I in:, I 
68 Water 
Lander man Gustave, cutler, '-33| 
Cordova 



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Landnberg Fred., of Kirschberg & 

Laiidubfi-g, res Ojtponheimcr 
Lano Arthur, oarpontor, res 114 
H!istini(9 E 

D. C, tinner, 311 Homer 
Stephen A., carpenter, res 140 
Hustings E 
" Thomas, loiifjshorcman, Water 
front, C!.P. li. Freijrlit Sheds 
Lang Arthur, teamster, Richards nr 
Davie 
" IJisciiit and Confectionery Co., 
Montreal, A.II.B MacGowan, 
ajfeiit 
" Clia.s., tobacconist, Cordova cor 
Cambie, res Pender nr BuiTard 
" Isabella Miss, liichards nr Davio 
" James, booUkoeper, 108 Cambio, 
res Petider 
Langham Thomas, driver, IT Water, 
res Keefer 
" Thos,, employee Yan Volkon- 
burjj;h, res Keefer 
Langis Henry Evaris(o, M, D., of 
Mi-Guigan & Langis, res 121 
Oppenheimer 
Lungley Arthur A., prop Richmond 
House, 110 Carroll 
" Tiieodoro IL, of Creamer & 
Langley, res 351 llowo 
Langtro William, carpenter, 210 

Dunsmuir 
Lapoinio Chas., turner G. Cassady 
& Co. 
" William J„ trucking, res Sey- 
mour nr Georgia 
Larson Annie F. Mi»8, cook, Granville 

nr Drake 
LaRuo David, tinner McLennan & 

Mi'Feely 
Latham Thos., tailor, 309 Richards 

Lathersoy James, C. P. R., Seymour 

nr Pacifi'j 
Latreillo John, turner, bds St Charles 
hotel 

" Joseph, turner, bds St Charles hotel 



REAL * ESTATE 

AND 

LOAN AGENCY, 

158 CORDOVA ST., YAXC: UTER, B. C. 

RBAL ESTATK IN AI.I. PARTS OF XHK 
CITY AND ruoviNcii:. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 

Laur W,, teamster, bds St Charles hotel 

Law David, carpenter, res 433 Cambie 

" Jas., fruit, 31 Hastings E 

•' Robt., principal of Central 

school, res 302 Oppetihoimer 

" Wallace, clerk, 158 Coidova 

Lawn Tennis Club, grounds cor Howe 

and Georgia 
Lawrence George, lab., res 533 Powell 
" Wm, Chas., clerk, 164 Cordova, 
rooms IfiH Cordr»va 
Lawson John P., city engineer, res 
520 Alexander 
" John, empR. C.P. M., Co 

Lawson Peter, prop Union 

House 19 AI)bott 
Ltiyfield Henry, carpenter, res 615 

Powell 
Leal Victor, C.P.R., 131 Hastings E 

LeamyA Kyle, props Commer- 
cial Saw Mills, Southside 
False Creek, Tel mill 76, 
office 230 Hastings W, J. C. 
Woods, manager. Tel 62 
Leaniy James, of Loamy & Kyle, and 
Goo. Cjissady & Co., res New 
Wo>tminstercily 
Loask A. O., agent antl commission 
merchant, 512 Conlova. Tel 200 
" John, accountant, Georgia near 

Bute. Tel 200, res tel 151 
" J«)hn, real estate agent, and 
accountant, 512 Cordova, res 
cor Georgia aud Bute 






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Notary Public. Inguranoe. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE ft INSDRANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

313 MASTIN^S ST., 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Leatham Thos., tailor, 75 Cordova 
Leathern E'l., pastry cook at Hotel 

Vancouver 

Leatberdale Donald, teamster, 205 

lla.stings E 

" Eobert, of Starrett & Loather- 

dalo, Abbott cor Trounce Alley 

Leayci'oft Agnes Miss, Pender nr 

Burrard 
LeBourdais Mrs. S. N., fruits and 

tobacco, 176 Water 
LeCappellain John O., manager T. 

Dunn & Co., res 308 Georgia 
Lee Alfred Wm., local agent Dominion 
Express Co., rooms over P.O. 
" Alex., Raymur av nr Powell 
" Elizabeth Jane Miss, Raymur av 

nrPowell 
" F. A., machinist II.S.M. 
" & <»riffith, props Paeitic hotel, 
224 Cordova 
ir., of Lee & Cowdery,137 Water 
Jame.-, Raymur av nr Powell 
John, gardener, 11th av 
John, apprentice, res 11th av 
" Margaret Miss, Ra^'mur av nr 

Powell 
" Thos. Humphrey, Raj'mur av 
nr Powell 
Lees Andrew, of Lees & Dawson 
" & Dawson, real estate Cordova 
cor Carroll 

Lefeve J. M., M.D., C.P.R. 
surgeon, Granville cor Cor- 
dova. Tel 10 






W. L LEONARD k CO., 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

MACHINERY. 

Sole Agents in B. C. for John Doty 
Eng. Co., John Bertram & Sons, and 
other leading manufacturer.s in \Vx)d 
and Iron Working Machinery. 

Consif,'nmenis handled. 

Corref dence solicited. 



Legg Goraon Tyson, firiancial agent 
320 Granville. Tel. 185 

Leiand House, ProutA Insley, 
props, 621 to 624 Hastings 
W. Tel 14 

Leo Wm., plumber, 162 Water, res 

New Westminster av 
Leonard Richard Etigland, of W. L. 
Leonard & Co., res Robson nr 
Burrard 
" Waller Loming, of W. L. 
Leonard & Co., res Robson nr 
Burrard 

Leonard W. L., &Co., broicers, 
commission merchants and 
manufacturers, agents, 8 
Powell. Tel 80 

Lepage Lemuel, butcher, 14 

Hastings E 

Lopart John, laborer, 95 Cordova 
Lepine Ira, laborer. Water front nr 
Westminster av 
" Leopold, laborer. Water front 
nr Westminster av 
Leroy David, Seymour nr Drake 
" Elizabeth Miss, waitress, Sey- 
mour nr Drake 
" John, Seymour ur Drake 

Matilda Miss, Sojmour nr Drake 
Eobt., Seymour nr Drake 






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Leslie Oliiis. WuMhington, carpenter, 
I[()riil>y iir Pacitic 

" Mrs. J., boarding hou<?e, 422 
Ponder 

" M. S(»per, cfirpenter. 422 Pender 

" TliO""., bis Stewart IIouho 
Letsoii Wrn U., olerlt A. Godfrey & 

Co., re* Homer nr DunHmuir 
Levi Jlenry, res 314 poweil 

" Karl, second hand goods, 17 

Al)!'r)lt 

Li'vy E'linimd L., rooms 315 Homer 

Lewis Iferltert JJradnoy, C. E., IIG 

Cuinbie, res 33G Homer 

" Thos., freijiJit agent P.C.S.S. Co 

Lilienham Felix, master mariner, 

Pender cor AI>l)ott 
Lilley Joiiii, yanlman, 100 Diipont 
Leslie Jolin, teamster, bds 109 
Hastings E 
iLillieT. W., elerk Northern hotel, 30 

Hastings W 
I Lilly Thos. W., of Scott & Lilly, 30 

liiislings "\V 
iLiiidsav Alltert, checker freight sheds 
O.P.K., res ()th av 
Alma Miss, 41(3 Granville 
Anna Miss, res (Jth av 
Ella Miss, operator, 517 Hast- 
ings W, res ()ih av 
James, carpenler, res 6th av 
Katherine Miss, 41(5 (xranville 
Kallierine Mrs., 41() Granville 
Lily Miss, res (ith av 
Lizzie Miss, tailoress, 212 Cor- 
dova 
Lizzie Miss, tailoross, 313 Howe 
Miiry Miss, res 6th av 
iLinklater David, tinner, 114 Carroll, 

res Pender 
iLinn Capt. Thomas, str Mamie, Leamy 
& Kyle 

|Lnton Andrew, boat builder, 

and boathouso on Wharf foot of Car- 
roll, res same 

Linton John R., boat house, foot of 
Carroll 



J. PfiiimR & SON 

1743 & 1745 NOTRE DAME> 
MONTREAL. 



Sole Agents for Canada.. 

S'^ilND FOR PKICE LIST., 

List George S., route agent Dom. Ex- 
press Co., res New York block, bds 
Windsor 
Little Mark, coppersmith, res 1120 
Hornby 
" J., comp " News Advedtiser " 
" Miss Eliza, dressmaker, West- 
minster av 
" Miss Helen, clerk, 326 Cordova, 

res 318 Granville 
" Miss Margaret, dressmaker, 
Westminster av 
Liverpool & London & Globe Fire Ins. 

Co., Ross & Ceperley, agents 
Livingston Alice Miss, bds 109 Hast- 
ings E 
" Edward, laborer, 138 Alexander 
" Eliza Miss, bds 109 Hastings E 
" Goo., laborer, 109 Hastings E 
*' James, bdg house, 109 Hast- 
ings E 
" James, laborer, Van. S.J.L. Co., 

res Powell nr Riiymur 
" James, jr., 109 Hastings E 
" Sarah Miss, 109 Hastings E 
" Wm., carpenter, 109 Hastings E 
Lizotte F., painter, res Homer nr 

Helmcken 
Llewellyn Richard, diver, Water 

front nr Carroll 
Lloyd Marmaduke T. L., carpenter, 
bds Glasgow hotel 
" Thos., carpenter, bds Glasgow 
hotel 



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^'otary rublic . Insuranue. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

SIS niASTnKSS aT.9 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Lobb Wm. Sum., res Hornby, English 

Bny 
Lock Jolin, policeman, Howe nr 

PuciHc 
Lockcrl)y George II., res 105 West- 
minster av 
Logan Ann Mrs., wid Daniel, 347 Howe 
" Matthew, florist, res Goorj-ia nr 
cor Bron<>hton 
Miss Elizabeth, res 315 IIowo 
Miss Minnie, millinery and fancy 
goods, 418 Cordova, res 315 
Howe 
Logg Frank, tailor, fi Hastings E 
Lomax Albert, laborer Tiirnbull &Co. 
" Aii>crt, laborer. Water front nr 
Carroll 
London Assr. Corporation, Fire, 424 
Cordova 

London Guarantee & Accident 
Co. of London Eng., A. A. 
Boak agent, 307 Cordova 

London Life Insurance Co., Bod well 

Bros agents, 301 Cordova 
Llewellyn Richard, diver and steve- 
dore, bds 1139 Richards 
London & Lancashire Life Assurance 
Co., A. H. B. MacGowan, agent 
" & Lancashire Fire, 338 Cordova 
Loney John, laborer, Seymour 
Long Cecil, bds Golden Gate hotel 
Lonsdale Richard, logger, 166 Water 
Loschenkohl Fred. Wm., engineer, 
Keefer 



Loutitt James J., chief clerk general 
freight and pass dept C. P. ]{., res 
Ilobson nr Thurlovv 
Louvre hotel, Ponder nr Granville 

Tel 203 
Loveless Fred,, res Powell cor Jroiitiev 
" Wm., messenner C. P. 1{. Tel' 
Powell cor Hcatley 
Lover — , 28 Powell 
Low W. H., carpenter Turnbull&Co,, 
res 210 RicbardH 
" C, propStr Pearl, 321 HamilKm 
" John Halowes, captSir Peurl,res 
311 Dunsmuir 
Lowe S., of Vancouver Photo Co., res 
Victoria 
" Sarah Miss, We8lminstcrav,Mt, 
Pleasant 
Loyd Carrie Miss, 123 Diipont 
Lucas Chas. A., of Johnson & Lucas, | 
Uls Sunnysido hotel 
" William Francis, contractor, res I 
Georgia bet Thurlovv and Buiol 
Lundstrum John, emp II. C P. M., Col 
Lundy Wm, J., tailor, 91 Cordova, roj| 

628 Powell 
Luscombe Chas., bds Balmoral 
Lush Thos., 6tli av 
Lynch Annie Miss, dressmaker, tKlsl 

109 Hastings E 

Lynham Marian Mrs., wid, Westmin^ 

ster av, Mount Pleasant 

" Wm., clerk, res Westminster avJ 

Mount Plea^ant 

Lyte E. O., carpenter, Howe nr Patifid 



C. WHETHAM & C3., 

Real Estate Brokersl 

Pinancial and Zmsurancd Agsnts, 

Corner Cordova <& Cambie Gtj 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 

P.O. Box 4? 7. Tclepbope No. 2iJ 



Special Attention given to Investments a 
tbe SliHtagementof Kittates for Non-}te»ldent| 



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JIncCavo A., filer Fiulers Mill 
JIeAlli'*'cr Anj^ns, machine shops C.P. 

R., roH 1116 Hornby 
" Annie Mibs, 510 Alexander 
" Cawsie Misn, 1116 Hornby 
" Donald, contractor, ros 1116 

Horn by 
" Duncan, teamster, bds Glasgow 

hotel 
John, l>lackwmith and carriaire 

Hhop,7 Powell, res 510 Alexandr 
" John, 1116 Hornby 
" Jane Miws, res 1116 Hornby 
" Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, res 

1116 Hornby 

McAlpin Colin, shipbuilder, bds Golden 
Gate hotel 
" Lillie Mrs., wid,Park av 
JIcAlpino D. L., M. D., and drugijist, 
29 Carroll, res Wcsfminster 
av nrOppenheimer, Tel res 178 
" John Alex., drugtrist's assistant, 
29 Carroll, res Westminster av 
MiArden James, Howe nr Pacific 
Mt'Avity T., & Sons, St John, N. B., 
patent boiler feeders and brass. 
goods, W. L. Leonard & Co., agents 
JlcCabe Anderson, laborer, res Ilorn by 
nr Davie 
" — , Street Railway 
'• Johr., blacksmith, 166 Water 
JItCail Arthur Simpson, carpenter, 
114 Hastings 
" James A., clerk H. S. M. store 
JlcCalman Colin, bookkeeper, 162 

Water, 328 Richards 
JlcCann John, bds Glasgow hotel 
JkCannel John, teamster, Richards 

iir Davie 
JloCase A., emp R. C. P. M., Co 
JlcCarran Richard, salesman, 115 

Hastings W 
JlcCartney Allan E., C. E., architect, 
and land surveyor, Homer cor 
Cordova, res 513 Powell 
" Hugh, expressman, res Hornby 
bet Drake and Pacific 
JlcCauley Chas. W,, Gore av 



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STOCK COMPLETE 



27 and 20 CORDOVA ST. 



MoCauley Frank, waiier,426 Cordova 

res 216 Richards 
McClelland Miss, tailoress, 238 Cor 

dova, bds Richards 
McClenathen Arthur Frederick, con 
tractor and carpenter, res Ham 
ilton nr Dunsmuir 
McColl A. J., of Corbould & McColl 
res New Westminster 
" Neil, carpenter, rear 308 Soy 
mour 
McComber Jarvis F., 37 Cordova 
McConachio John, carpenter, Oppen 

heimer nr Campbell 
McConnell Gill>ert .^mith, res 464 
Hastings E 
J., waiter at hotel Vancouver 
James, laborer R, C. M. P. Co., 
resLansdowneav 
McCormack Peter, laborer V. S. J. L. 

Co,, res Powell nr Raymur 
McCormick Wm., teamster, 6 Carroll, 

bds Glasgow hotel 
MoCoskery Geo., of McGirr & McCos- 

kery, 1 Water 
McCrane} Hiram Perry, contractor, 

1128 Pender. Tel 163 
McCready Andrew, carpenter Turnbull 

&Co. 
McCreedie Andrew, carpenter, 309 

Richards 
McCrimmon Archibald, carpenter, 307 

Beatty 
McCurdie Alexander, woodman, res 
Hornby nr Drake 






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ROSS & CEPERLEY. 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 



McCurdio John, carpenter, re8 Ilornbj' 
nr Drake 
" Mary Mrs., wid Alex, Hornby 
nr Drake 

McDavItt Frank Henry, prop 

Soniito hotel and chop house, 35 
Cordova 

McDenrmid Duncan, laborer, 13th av 
McDiiirmid A. E., lojjijfer, 16G Water 
McDonald — ,112 Hastitififrt 

" A. J., <!arpenter II. S. M. 

" — .stonecutter, bds Gambia cor 
George 

" — , painter for Derwent 

McDonald Alex., boots and 

shoos, 431 Powell 

McDonald Alex., yardman, hotel Van- 
couver 
" Alox., carpenter Donohoe & 

Boutillier, res Homer 
" Alexander D., carpenter, res 4 

rear of 307 Beatty 
" Aloxiindor, laborer, res '790 
Westminster av 
Allan, fjtrmer, res Keefor 
Archibald, carp, 328 Homer 
Bozville Eobt., clerk Customs, 
rooms 308 Opponheimer 
Chas., hackdriver V. T. Co., res 
Gold House 






::!()lin, res Comox 



Daniel, teamster, bds Eichmond 
House 






Carpets, 

Floor Coverings 
and Curiam. 

The Largest Stock in the Dominion \s carrieil l)y 

THOMAS LIGGET, 

1884 Notre Dame St., - MONTREAL. 

Mail Orders promp'ly filled and Samples forwarded. 

McDonald Dan. Leslie, of Allan & 

McDonald, 2 Cordova 
" Donald H., builder, res 447 

Richards 
" Duncan D., carpenter, 129 Op- 

penheimor 
Ed. J., builder, res 447 Richards 
Hector F., carpenter, 1110 Howe 
Henry, expressman, 78(J West- 
minster av 
J. G., contractor and builder, res 

25 Hastings E 
James, of Russell & McDonald, 

rooms 88 C'nlova 
John, checker C.P.R., 217 Harris 
Joseph, jr., expressman, 786 

Westminster av 
Jo'^cph, sr., carpenter, res 786 

Westminster av 
M., painter, bds Louvre 
Janet Miss, Water front nr 

Carroll 

Kate Miss, waitress, 208 Water 
Maggie Miss, bdg house, 500 

Seymour 
Murdock, res 430 Alexander 
Ronald, res Comox 
Samuel, bartender, 39 Cordova, 

res Westminster av 
Tiiomas, checker C.P.R. freight 

shed, res 321 Richards 
William, 166 Water 
Wm., yardman, 1 Carabie, bds 

Carter house 
AV. L., contractor, bds Glasgow 

hotel 



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JIcDoiiolI Allen, Jackson Jiv cor Keofor 

" Jjimos, Homer nr Drake 
McDoiigall Alexander, bookkoopor, 

230 Hustings, res Hornby cor 

Georgia 
" Alex. MilcH, bookkeeper Leamy 

& Kyle, Hornby nr Georgia 
" Dan., millliand H.S.M. 
" Dan., stationary engineer C.P.E., 

1135 Seymour 
" Arciiena J. Miss, teacher False 

Creek school, Westminster rd 

McDowell H.,&Co.,drug^i8t8y 
12 Cordova. Tel 4 

McDowell H., of H. McDowell & Co., 
12 Cordova 
" Harry, 28 Cordova 

McDowell John, wood and 
joal and building material, 

3:'4 Carroll. Tel 107 
McDowell Wm., prop Palace dining 

saloon, 178 Water 
McKiivviird Angus, carpenter, Burrard | 
McEnlce John, engineer, bds Arling- 
ton hotel 
McEwan John, tallyman Fader Bros., 
res Seymour bet Drake and Pacitic 
McFarlaiid Duncan A., Van. Briek Co., 
128 Cordova, res Georgia 
" Geo., contractor, bds Balmoral 
" Win., cornice maker McLennan 
&McFeely 
McFiirlune Chas., mechanic V.C.F. 
" — , contractor, bds Tremont 

house 
" Ed., baker, 27 Abbott 
" Frank, baker, Pender nr Gran- 
ville 
" Frank, cabinetmaker, bds White 

Swun 
" John, porter City hospital 
" J. C, mechanic V.C.F., res 24 

Gore av 
" Joseph F,, baker, Pender bet 
Granville and Howe, rod same 



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McFarlane Jo-seph W,, secy. V. 

W. Co., res 24 Gore av. 

211 
" Mary Catherine Mrs.wid Donald, 

b<'.g house, Hornby nr Pacitic 
McFee Jumes, emp. E. Light Co., res 

rear 307 Beatty 
" James Washington, 109 Oppon- 

heimer 
'• John, emp. E. Light Co., ro8 

rear 307 Beatty 

McFeely Edward John, of McLennan 

&, McFeely, res Melville 
]\[cGain & Menzies, carj)enters, 

Hastings E 
McGarland Wm., bds 166 Water 
McGarrigle Edward, of Seydon 

McGarrigie, res 207 Hastings E 
" Thos. A., teacher West End 
school, res 207 Hastings E 
McGatty John, painter, 101) Oppen- 

heimer 
McGeo Annie Miss, waitress Leland 

House 
McGeer James 31., dairyman, res 

Westminster lid 
McGhee Ed., laborer, Powell 
McGhie Jumes B., of McGhie & 
McLuckie, 614 Hastings W 
" & iicLuckie, builders & contrac- 
tors, 614 Hastings W 
McGibbon John, steamtitter C.P.E. 
" J. W., C.P.E., bds Homer nr 
Drake 



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REAL ESTATE ft INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 



]\Ic(iillivary Donald, contractor, rco 

Georgiii nr Thnrlow 
McGirr James. Tel 182 

•' & McCoiskory, props Sunnyside 

hotel, 1 Water 
" Wm., bartender, 325 Westmin* 

ster av 
" Wni., of Girr & McCo.skery, 325 

Webiminster av 
McGregor Henry Mortimer, clerk 

C.P.R., row Dunsmuir nr Sey- 
mour 
" James Mortimer, bookkeeper 

" World," res Dunsmuir nr 

Seymour 
" Jo>epli, painter, bds St. Charles 

hotel 
" Jessie Miss, dressmal<er, 318 

Granville 
" Mo.^es, carpenter Tiirnlmll «fc 

Co., res Dunsmuir nr Seymour 
McGuigan & Langis, phytticians, 103 

Abbott 
" Thotnas Francis, city clerk, bds 

D( Kigali House 
" W. j., M.D., of McGuigan & 

Langis, bus Dougall iiouse 
McGuier James, blacksmith, res Op- 

petilieimer 
McG u ire Mrs. housekeeper. Hotel 

Vancouver 
'* llobt., machinist, 5lh ave 
" Wallace, engineer, 5th av 
McGuy James, con tractor, Al ham bra 
hotel 



McHardy Annie Miss, res 318 Horner 
" ChaSi, helper, res Homer 
" James, yardm.'in G. Cassady & 

Co., res 318 Homer 
" John, night watchman G.Cassadv 
&C<» ' 

" John C. P. R, res 318 Homor 
McHugh Samuel, fruits and confection- 



ery, 8 Cordova 



Sarah, waitress, 208 



Mcllroy Miss 

Water 
Melnnell Joseph, sailor, Homor nr 

Drake 
Mclnnis — , bartender, 101 Cordova 
Mc ^nto^h — , res Front 

" Ir ., carpenter, res Water front 

nr Carroll 
" John, contractor, 449 Homer 
" Lizzie Miss, 224 Cordova 
" Wm. A., ot Hayes & Mcintosh, 

52 Cordova 
Mclntyre — , laborer Loamy & Kyle 
" Angus, teamster Vancouver W. 

F. & S. Co., rooms 22 Alexander 
" Archie, bookkeeper, 114 Carroll, 

res 420 Oppenheimer 
" Chas., carpentei'. Homer nr Rob- 
son 
" Daniel, Nelson nr Burrard 
" David Fred., Nelson nr Burrard 
" James, laborer, bds Homor nr 

Drake 
" Malcolm, laborer, ro8 13lh av nr 

Quebec 
" Miirtha Miss, 420 Oppenheimer 
" Mary Miss, Nelson nr Burrard 
" Samuol, appreniico, 420 UppoD- 

heimer 
Mclsaac Itoderick, laborer 

McKay & Mclvor props Jub< 
ilea saloon, 78 Water 

McKay Albert, bds Colonial hotel 
" Alex., edger G. F. Slater 
" Angus, contractor, 320 Powell 
" Cornelius, bds Carter House 
" Cornelius, carpenter, 16(j Water I 



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H 318 l-Ioraer 

omer 

. Ciisisady & 

r 

an G. Ctissady 

US Homer 
adconfecuon- 

eaitress, 208 

, Homer nr 

01 Cordova 

} Water fi-ont 

449 Homer 

Drdovji 

s & Mcintosh, 

saniy & Kylo 
Vancouver W, 
s 22 Alexander 
sr, 114 Carroll, 
imor 
lomer nrEol> 

Burrard 
|)n nr Burrard 
Ids Homer nr 

ro9 13 Ih av nr 

[Oppenheimer 
nr Burrard 
^e, 420 Oppen- 

rer 

»rOpS Jub* 

tater 

jnial hotel 
I Slater 

320 Powell 
[ter HouHe 
Iter, 160 Water] 



M(K»v Gcorsre, res 107 Goto av 
" Geo., expressman, res Keefer 
» Gordon, of McKay & Mclvor, 18 

Water 
" Hus^h, teamster, bds Brunswick 

hotel 
" James, macliinist, 114 Pender 
" John, driver Vancouver Transfer 

Co., bdn Glasgow House 
" Susan Miss, domestic, Seymour 

cor Drake 

iloKee H. E., bds Hotel Vancouver 
Ht'Kolvie Alex, sen., storekeeper V.C. 
F., 413 Powell 
" Alexander, manager Vancouver 
City Foundry and Machine 
Works Co., res 411 Powell 
" Alexander N., mechanical en- 
gineer. Water front nr C.P.E, 
Ireight sheds 
" John, forentan Vane. Foundry 
JkKcnzie A., bds Balmoral 
' Annabella Miss, Princess nr 

Jackson 
' Duticiin, stonecutter, res Hornby 

bet Drake and Pacific 
' James F., of Bell k McKenzie, 

res Bartla}' nr Thurlovv 
' John, Ciirpenter, bds 16 Carroll 
' John, stonemason, Granville nr 

Helmcken 
" Catherine Miss, dressmaker 

Dunsniuir cor Seymour 
" Samuel Francis, ship builder, 

Ilurnby (tor Drake 
" AVm., engineer, res 7lh av 
IlIiKc own .'()l>n, night watchman, res 



hid^6 in turlmd hU. 
436 ViSITATiOi STRSET. 



McKinnon John, laborer, 215 Harris 
" Joseph, carpcntei*, 19 Abbott 
" Thos,, contractor,323 HastingsE 

McKinnon Wilson, prop Al" 

hambra Hotel, 2 Water, res 524 
Powell, Tel 105 

McLachlan Chas., of Shannon & Mc- 
Lachlan,res Granville nr Sniithe 
" Daniel, baggageman C.P.E,, 
Haro nr Thurlow 



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17 Hastings F 
pIcKie John, grocer, cor Westminster 
av and Prior 
' .Tohn J , student, Westminster av 
iJIcKiniion Angus, contractor, 211 
Hastings E 
• Daniel, stonecutter, 215 Harris 
' Eweti, teamster, 336 Carroll, bds 

Richmond House 
' Hugh, teamster, 110 Carrall,bd8 
Richmond House 



McLagan & Co., pubiishers of 
the Vancouver World, daily 
and weelcly, 234 and 236 
Cordova. Tel ill 

McLagan John Campbell, 

'"World," res 309 Hamilton 
" Joiiii C.,juri., bookkeeper Vane. 
Wire Co., 122 Cordova, res 309 
Hamilton 
McLaren — , photographer, 2 Powell 
McLABEN, rev. EBENEZEli DUN- 
CAN, pastor St. Andrew's 



Church, Burrard 



nr Georgia 



" E.. teamster, Princess nr Gore av 



acting chief police, res 
Princess nr 



John, 

Bichurds nr Georgia 
John, contractor, 

Gore av 

John, contractor, 16 Carroll 
John Marshall, dentist, Eicbards 

cor Hastings, bdsLeland 




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POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 



McLaren Lizzie MiBS,(lomo8tic Georgia 
iir Nicoia 
" Eioliaril, laborer G. F. Slater 
'' Wm., carpenter, Princess nr 

Gore av 
" Win., teamster, res Bcatty 
" Wm. Henry, res Powell nrCamp- 
bell av 
McLaughliti George, carpenter, Prin- 
cess ur Gore av 
McLean — , V.C.F., bds Whatcliee: 
House 
" Albert, tinner McLennan & 

McFeely 
" Allan, plasterer, res 337 Powell 
" Archie, cooper, bds Wlialclieer 

House 
" Diin, clerk, 531 Seymour 
" Donald Jolin, clotliing, 18 Cor- 
dova, res 531 Seymour 
" Donald, blacksmitli, 16(5 

Water 
" Donald, R.C.P.M., 431 Powell 
" IL, millhund Il.S.M. 
" G. Miss, dressmaker. 105 Bar- 
nard 
" J. A., cornicemaker McLennan 

& McFeely 
" J. K., upholsterer, hotel Van- 
couver 
McLEAN MALCOLM G., liquors, 464 
Granville, res Howe nr Ilel- 
mcken 
" Murchison, carpenter, res Car- 
roll 



McEean Murdoch C , bookkeeper P(.rt 
Moody Saw Mill, res 211 11.,^. 
iiigs 
" Itobt. F., bartender Alhambra 
" S., helper V.C.F. 
" Wm., carpenter, 105 Barnard 
McLellan Angus, contractor, res 224 
Harris 

*' Capt. E.Eugene,niaster mariner, 

bOs Tremont hotel 
McLennan Angus D., clerk 180 Water 
" Colin, cooper, bds 180 Water 
" Donald 11., lorcman logger bds 

180 Water ' 

McLennan F. D., prop Cabinet 

Hotel, 180 Water, res 310 Powt'll 
McLennan John, stone cutter, 13th !iv 
" John D., 180 Water, res 319 
Powell 

McLennan & McFeely, house 
furnishings, hardware, 

plumbers, steam, gas litters, ami 
cornice nuifrs, 132 Cordova. Tel 44 

McLennan Robt. P , of McLennan & 

McFeelj', res Victoria 
McLeodA. J., bds 166 Water 

" Archie, baker lor J. Scuitto & 

Co., bds 1 Powell 
" Colin, blacksmith, (iranvillo nr 
Drake 

Emma Miss, res Howe 
Ewing, carpenter, res Howe nr 

Pacific 
J , laborer H.S.M., bds 201 Hast- 
ings E 
James S., clerk G. I. Wilson, btis 

201 HaslingH E 
John Angus, bookkeeper Fadir 
Bros., res Granville cor J)nike 
J(»hn U., railway mail clerk, res 
327 Hamilton 
Maggie Miss, 164 Cordova 
Malcolm, plasterer, Georgia 
Malcolm, 442 Seymour 
Malcolm, logger, Granville nr| 
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ruH IIowo nr i 

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McLeod Minnie Miss, domestic, Scaton I ELECTRIC NIGHT BELL IN REAR. 

nr Biu'rard I 



isses, dressmakers, 



166 Cor- 1 



" Mi 
dova 

" Phillip, seaman, Granvillo, False 
Creek 

" Eev. John M., ])astor Zion Pres- 
byterian Cimrch, res 320 Op- 
ponheimer 

" Tiios., laborer Loamy & Kyle 
JIcLiickie John, of McGhie & Mc- 

Luokie, bis Greyhound 
JIcManus Frank, loco engineer C.P.R, 

res 453 llichiinls 
JIcMaster A., laborer, 1 Camhie 

•' A. J., logner, bds 180 Water 
)Ic>Iillan Alex., of McMillan & Son 
res 30 i) Hoatty 

•• Bella Miss, 301) Boatfy 

" C. Miss, donu'stic, 428 Seymour 

" Emily ALiss, 30!) Bealty 

" John' H,, of McMillan & Son, res 
30!) Beatty 

" M., lather, bds Louvre 

McMillan &$on, groceries and 

provisions. 75 Water 

McMillan Wm. James, com 

morcliani, 153 Water 
McMiillon Alfred Lewis, dry goods, 12 
Cordova, res 320 Granville 

'' Doiii^all, laborer, 35 Hastitigs E 

• James but ler, bds Orienlal 
McMullinJohn, carpenter, ros rear 308 

Soynioiir 
McXah Allan, engineer C. P. J^, res 

•U2 Homer 

|McNabb A. T., Columbia Car- 
risRe Works, horse sheer, 
and gen blacksmith, dealer 
in carriages and wagons, 

lIuHtings E, liet Carroll and Colum- 
bia, res 42(i Hastings E 

|SIcNubb Wm. J., fireman C.P.R, bds 

Colonial hotel 
|JIiXani»ra Thoa., laborer Stanley 
Park, res 123 Hastings E 



Xelephone No. 52. 



F. W. HART, 

FONERAL DIRECTOR aodELMR 

STOCK COMPLETE 



27 and 29 CORDCVA ST. 



McNaughton Archie, V.S.J.L. Co., res 
Powell nr Ray mar 
" Donald, tobacconist, 8 Cordova, 

ros same 
" Peter. Iiookkooper, 55 Cordova, 
b<ls Douglas iroiii«o 
McNeil John P., contractor roofing, res 
1 14 Jackson av 
" Wm. Firth, clerk, 28 Carroll, res 
Cosmopolitan Block 
McPhalen Daniel J., carpenter, res 209 

Harris 
Mcpherson Alex. Joseph, prop Bodoga, 
21 Carroll, res Mclvile nr Bute 
" Duncan, contractor, ros Hast- 
iiiifs nr Track 
McPhater l).,emp H. C. P. M., Co 
McPherson !>., emp R. C. P. .^r., Co 
" John, boat builder, res on Inlet 

west of C.P.P. wliarf 
" Pohert, carpenter. Water front 
nr We>tmi lister av 



McPhiliips Lewis CrifYTth, 

barrister, 206 Cordova, res 
Ho.ise. Tel 145 



Douglas 



Mcllae Alex., teatnster, bds 307 Beattv 
" Dan, A. W., teamster, bds 307 
lieatly 
Donald, carpe-iter, 208 Water 
John Alex., blacksmith, bds 307 
Beatty 
John, millhand H.S.M. 
Peter, teamster, rooms 22 Alex- 
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Notary Public. lusurt 

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REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 



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McShanc Jo'^eph, clerk, 39 Oppenhei- 

nn>r, res S«M)alo hotel 
McShorry Piitriek, sailor, bds 180 

Water 
McSorlay Harry, painter, re-* Oarl av 
McTeiglu ILarry, upholsterer J. Sehl 



! Mackay Florence Miss, Georgia nr 
lusuranM. Jarvis 

MACKAY GEORGE GRANT, pres 
Oriental Traders Co., LiJ,, Pen- 
der, res Georgia 
" Ilai-ry Iladtield, bookkeeper res 
(reorgia 
Lilly J. Miss, Georiria nr .Tiirvjs 
Robt. G., of Barker & Mackay, 
res Haro 
" Win., logger, bds Richmond 
house 
Mackiutosh Wm. David, clerk rreii,'ht 
I <lept C-P.R , res Melville nr BiirranI 
' Macklin James, real estate, 203 Jack- 
sou 
Ma(dean Malcolm A., police magistrate 
res 334 Oppenheinier 



,r Ar r T » '1 i> » „' Macnamara John Ranhe d, bockkoeDer 

McVety Jaruos, carpenter v^M'.R, car iii>i> m..i ,. Ar, m ""^^^Fi 

1 « c< „ 1 . n 1 <j 1 .R. lei., res Ml Pleasant 

sliops res Seymour bet Davie and ' 



Drake 
McVicar J., bds Balmoral 



MacphersonAlex- J., Bodega, 

21 Carroll, res Melville nr jiuio 



McWaiio John, V.C.F.,PrincessnrCarl Macpherson Ewan C, 21 Carroll 
Macauley Chas. W., V.W.W. Co., res Maddains Chas. C, C.P.R. porter 7 



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Mace William Allen, carpenter, Comox 

nr liiite 
Macey Chas. Alfred, lather, 222 Duns- 
nuiir 
Geo. W., lather, 222 Dunsmuir 
Samuel Thos., plasterer, res 
224 Dunsmuir 
« William C, bricklayer, res 222 

Dunsmuir 
" Win. Henry, plasterer, 222 
Dunsmuir 

Macdonell Chas. S., prop The 

Club. 24 Carroll 
MacDoiialil Archibald, baker, Richards 
nr Georgia 

MacCowan A. H. Boswell, 
commtssion agent, I Oppen- 
heimer, res 327 Hastings E. 
Tel 127 

Macgowan Wm. S., 327 Hastings E 



th 
avenue 

Madigan Lizzie Miss, clerk Xewsi 
stand Vancouver hotel, res Richard:* 

Madill Ebenezer B., of Madill & Co,, 
res 415 Homer 

Madill E. B., & Co., butchers 

and tish dealers, 184 Cordova 

Tel 154 
" Henry C, plasterer, 323 Sov- 

mour 
" Wm.E., contractor and plastenr. 

323 Seymour 
" Wm., lather, 323 Seymour 
Magee Carrie Miss, 318 (miiivillo 
" Edith Miss, 318 Granville 
" Eleanor Miss, dressmaker, 31SJ 

Granville 

Magee Edgar Allison, barris* 
terand solicitor, bds Leland| 

Magee I. Mrs, res 318 Granville 
" Mary Miss, res 318 Granville 



Iiumber, Soon, 
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nections, 

Georgia iir 

RANT, pres 
;o., Ld., Pen- 

ikkeeper, res 

i^ift 111" Jiivviii 
sr & Muckiiy, 

la Richmond 

clerk f'roii^Iit 
lie nr Btirnini 
ate, 203 Jack- 
ice inagistrate, 

;kl, bockkiieper 
leusaul 

J., Bodega, 

|le !ir Uulo 
Carroll 
I. porter, 7th 

clerk Xew^ 
, re8 Ridiards 

Madill & Co.. 



K, butchers 

184 Cordova 

,rer, 323 Soy- 

»r and plasterer. 

Seymour 

(Jruiivillo 

ranville 

•esf* maker, 31S| 

ion, barris* 
Ibds Lelandj 

rranvi'.lo 
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Hiii^cr Bros.,plaHterer,>*,Westmin>iter rd 
•• N., ot Maimer Bi*o.-<., ren West. 

minster rd 
" Philip, of Mager Bros,, res 
Westminster rd 
Mairlady John Samuel, sawyer R.C. 
' P.M.' Co., 224 Barnard 
Miii,'ner — , 452 Homer 
Mahonoy Jeremiah, caretaker, res 
Beach opp Switch 
'' John, mechanic Pador.s mill, bds 

1139 Ri(rhards 
" John, millwriijht, 500 Pender 
Main Wm,, sailor. Prior 
Mainland Brewery, Robert Riester, 
prop, lOlh av 

Mainland market, Hayes & 

Mcintosh, props, 55 Cordova 

)Iair Wm., prop The Hub hotel, 89 

Cordova 
Maitlaiid M. G. K. Mi.s.s, teacher, bds 

Douulas House 
Major Bros., plasterers, 117 Carroll 
Clias. G., of Major & Pearson, res 
New Westminster city 

I Major C. R., m%r Vancouver 
Warehouseing Co-, 109 
Water 

'' (t. W., bds Hotel Vancouver 
" N., of Major Bros., res Westmin- 
ster rd 
" Philip, of Major Bros., res West- 

minster rd 
'■ William, laborer, ros Homer bet 
Drake and Davie 
IMA.TOR& PEARSON, real estate, fir.> 
and life insurance, 312 Hastings W. 
Tel 153 
[Malcolm Alex. Geo,, draughtsman, 

rooms 33(5 Homer 
|M:iliiigs J(»hn, carpenter, bds St Charles 
hotel 
' John, laborer Turnbull & Co. 
' Wallace, millhand Donohue & 
Boutillicr, bds Colonial hotel 



REAL * ESTATE 

AND 

LOAN AGEXCY. 
158 CORDOVA ST., VAXC<;lIVER, B.C. 

RBAI4 ESTATK IN ALL 1>ARTS OF THB 
CITY AND PKOVINCE. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 

Mallandine Fred., paper ruler, 162 

Hastings W, bds Stewart House 
Mtdone Daniel, 37 Cordova 
Mamie str, Capl Thomas L^-nn, Loamy 

& Kyle, owners 
Mai.deUloh Matilda Miss, 309 Hamil- 
ton 
Manners Libby Miss, dressmaker atK. 

Murche.son's 
Manning G. W.. bds Stewart House 

'• Wesley, driver, 17 Water, bds 
Stewart House 
Miinnion D., apprentice V.C.F. 
Manor house, Howe cor Dunsmuir 
Manuel S. E. Mrs., of Melville & Man- 
uel, U) Carroll 
Manufacturers Life and Ace. Co., R. 

A. Anderson, agent, 107Ciiiiibie 
Merchant Geo., capt. tug Topic, foot 
Abbott 

" Win., 617 Seymour 
Mark Joseph Philip, clerk, 204 Cordova, 

bds 345 Howe 
Marmot le P., C. P, R., res 340 

Homer 
Marr Harry, of E. B. Madill & Co., res 

Homer 
Miirriner John, laborer Turnbull & 

Co. 
Marrion Eobert, gasfitter Vancouver 

Gas Co., res foot of Koefer 
Marriott Ed., butcher, 17 Water, bds 
Greyhound 

** Fred., cigarmaker, 416 Cordova, 
rooms Howe block 



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MAT 



A. W. ROSS, H, T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary Public insurance. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE 4 INS'JRANCE, 

POST QipFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOUVER, 15. C. 



Martiliall Chas., waiter, KJS AVator 
" J{()l)t. J., wjiitor, bdw 510 Alex- 
ander 



Martin John, res 13tli nv 

'' L. A., cleric res Geoririu tir 

Thurlow 
" :Milton, clerk, 25 Cordova 
" M. 31., clerk F. X.Martin, res 

(Jeorgiu nr Tliiirlow 
" Mr.M., wid, ■{2.Sj{icliiir(l« 
" Nol.son, laborer Leaniy & Kyle's 

mill 
" Nelson, plasterer, res Eichiinl^ 
" Peter, of Campbell & 3Iariin, l'T 

Abbott 
" Wrn. E., of Martin Bros., r^^ 

Jticliards 
" AViliiani. contractor, res Que- 
bec 

"tson,re.s 



" ThoH plumber McLennan & ^i^jj^^n Ceo. S.,of Grassio & M: 
Md'eely Mount Pleasant 

A\m.C., expressman, Powell cor, « Eol.erl. l)..m. Express, 5;}3 Sey. 
Hastings . ^ .. mour ^ 



Marslialsay — , laborer, 1 Cambie 
Marsdon Bertha 3Iiss, Granville nr 
Smithe 
" Ilenrv, clerk, Granville nr 
Smithe 



" "Wm. Hamilton, milkman, 8th 
av nr Quebec 

Masonic Hall, Cordova ccrj 
cambie 



" Miiirgie Miss, Harrison block, 3£.,,t^,,.„ rp,,^,^ carpenter, res 11 .N 
Gianvillo i jj,,^^.^, 

" ^}r ^- ?/"'''' 5.'''""''.','!^ "^ '"^'^i*!"^ Malheson — , 20 Opi.enheimer 

" Mary Miss, Granville nr Snuthe . -, em|. \^ C. F„ res2;J5 JIanis 



Martin Bros., hardware, plum- 
bers, etc., 73 Water 

Martin Edmund 1?., res Quebec 

Martin F. X., groceries, 

provisions, etc., 25 Conlova, res 

Georgia nr Thurlow. Tel 03, reH 

Tel 187 

Martin George, caretaker C.P.B. offices 
" G., with Sliaiiiion & ^rcLachlan, 

resCranville nr Smithe 
" George, res 452 Jionur 
" Henry ^filtoii, clerk, 25 Cordova, 

res Georgia 
" Josej)h, carpenter, Granville, 

False Creek 
" James Morris, of Martin Brob., 

res Richards 



" Malcolm, city agent Moodyville j 

Saw Mill Co.. res 210 H.-irris 
" 3lalcolm J., agent Port ^Modily 

Saw Mill, foot Abbott, re.s L'ln 

Harris 
" William, boat builder, foul ufj 

Abbott 
Mathewson iM., emp. P.C.P.M. Co. 
Mathi^on A. J., teanir«tor. Kid \V;itei' 
" IJobl., jr., printer, 323 Hasim.'si 

W, res Ferguson block. Tel ]>H 
Matthews John, teamster, resEveieii;ii 

nr Buriard 
" John, machinist V. C. F. 
" Sidney, carpenter, Granville nr I 

Georgia 
" T. 11., contractor, Granville 
<' Thos., clerk, 238 Cordova, rooms | 

Burn's block 



Lumlier, Doors, 
ER, B.C. 
nections, 

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ordova 

C. Martin, res 

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lanLs 

iumy &. Kyle's 

, ri's Eichanls 
I & Mnrliii, 'I't 

till Eros., res 

L'tor, res Qiio- 

io tic Mason, res 

press, 'y,V3 8ey- 



niilknian, 8ih 



ordova ccrj 

inter, res H2S 

lieimer 
ros2;>rj Harris 
'ut Mootlyvillei 

210 Jl!lr^i^* 

lit I'ori M<"i(ly| 

Ibolt, res 21 

luikler, foul uf] 

l.c.p.^r. Co. 

Ir, Kid Wi'ii'i' 

IbloeU. Tel 1>0 

|er, re.sEvuieii;li 

. 0. F. 

Uranville nt 

Granville 
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' r ' SashiLathSi &e. VANCOUVER^ B. C* 

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]ll:mpiirtries M. Mrs., dressmaker, 7 

Water, res Cordova 
M:ixey John, express driver 11. S. M. 

store 
Mixwell R. E., carpenter, ros Water 
Miy (i. F., I.olpor V. C. F. 
" (loo. W., helper V. C. F., bds 

Wliai cheer House 
•' Wtn. llenry,butcher 52Cordova, 
res AV^iiter 
Mayfiold Win. A., jol) printer, 37 Cor- 
dova 
MaynoChas., omp. R.C.P.M. Co. 
•• TliOinas Williiun. of Clurlcson 
& Mayne, ros cor Keefer and 
(Jore av 
" Thomas, carpenter, Goro av 
•• Tlios., carpenter (r.('assady k Co. 
Moakin Walter J., ini^r. Vancouver 

I'lul), .Seymour nr Hastings 
Jlourns Mrs. Jane, wid Alex., res 311 
Pender 
'• George, hootmaker, Westmin- 
ster av, .Mount Pleasant 
" Jennie Miss, domestic, 4G2 Sey- 
mour 
Mi'ili'off Albert, carpenter, Carl nr 

Prineo-s 
JIoMler Wm., carriai^e maker, flth av 

Madlcal Hall, Sorensen & 

Co.. :J17 llastinii;s W. Tel 90 

iMeJill Wm. E., Contractor 

aiil plasterer, 2')3 .Seymour 
I.Uoe Olia-*., C.P, I{. police, res over 
4(1-1 (rranville 
■ iviwin Smith, driver, Oppon- 

lioirner nr (^irl 
" (roo., lal)()rer, res Oppouhcimer 

11 r Carl 
• Patrick, engineer C.P.R., 436 

Homer 
tok iS: ILarstone, hardware and 
gi'ocorie-*, 53!) Powell 
" (ioo.l-Mwin, of Meek ctlLirstone, 
r.3!) Powell 
ILelaiils Ti.os. Fletcher, clerk C.P.R., 
res 425 Homer 



REAL * ESTATE 

AND 

loa:s agency, 

153 CORDOVA ST., VANCCITVER, B. C. 

REAL. ESTATK IN ALL. P.AKTS OF THK 
CITY AND PROVINCE. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 



Meelard Benj., logger, bds Richmond 
House 

Meier Wm., prop. Hub Hotel, 

80 Cor.lova 

Meires William, Junction House, junc- 
tion of Xorth Ann and Wostininstor 
roa i 
^feihuish Goo., res 42!) Powell 
Meilin James M., 701 Hasting-; !•] 
Mellon lloiiry Aii'_,nistus, ship broker, 
and agent A. & F. .Sliipi)inir,5t)4 (Cor- 
dova, res i{)l)sou cor Xicola 
Melross W. T., painter, 5 Alexander 

Melville & Manuel, props Tre- 

moiit hotel, Iti Carroll 

Melville AVm.R., of Molville.^ .Manuel, 
10 Carroll 

^[elvin J. G.. jeweller, (5 Abbott, res 
210 Opiieiiheimer 

Meniaty it Ammon, Fountain .Saloon, 
4.'5 C-ordova 
'' R., of .Meniaty k A.'nmoii. 43 
Cordova 

Meiizie ('has., painter, bds 201 Hast- 
ings E 

Menzies Edmund, laborer, ros Hornby 
nr Davie 

Merrick A., bds 210 Pender 

" Arthur, apprentice, 102 Water, 
res Westminster av 

Merritield A., sawyer H. S. M. 

Merriman C. E., bds Golden Gate hotel 



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MIT 



A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary Public. Ingurano*. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY. 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 



Morslion Loron Tlirtnan, Dominion 

Real Estate and Loan Agency, res 

Georgia nr Brou^liton 
Methodint Clinrcli, rev John F. Belts, 

pastor, cor Princess and Dun levy 
Methodist Church, rev. E. llohson, 

pastor. Homer cor Dnnsmuir 
Metropolitan restaurant,, Jas. Brown, 

prop, 238 Water 
Meyer Etnil, prop Windsor hotel, 792 

Westminster av 
Meytj-er John, clerk, 500 Pender 
Michleson & Aptaker, second hand 

goods, 9 Orroll 
Mickie A. J., painter. 106 Water 

MIDDLKTOX WALTER, ^'rocer, 
Pender nr Richards, bds Ontario 
House 

Middler & Pt)\ve, carriage shop, 38 
Columbia 
" William, of Middler & Powe, res 
9lh av 
Miles Fred. W., carpenter, 210 Alex- 
ander 
" Geo. Alex., tailor, 140 Cordova, 

bds 8t Charles hotel 
" Roht., contractor, res Robson 
" Roht. J., peddler, Hastings E nr 

Dunlevy av 
" Wm., barber, 114 Dupont 
Millburn James, laborer. Water front 
nr Carroll 
" Robt., laborer, Water front nr 
C. P. R. sheds 
ilillen Wm., 108 Jackson av 



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Miller Alex., stableman Queen Bros., 
rcH (ref)r^Ma 
" Bertram, clerk P.O., res Hiirraid 
" Charles, res Quebec 
" Henry G., cabinetmaker J. Sohl, 
rooms 1<!2 Cordova 
MILLJ':R JONATHAN, postmnHter, 
res Burrard nr Melville 
" Peter, laborer Turnbull & Co. 
" ]?. C, of Douglass & Miller, 3l» 

Cordova 
" Walter Oscar, chief train despat- 

Cher C. P. R., res 32G Howo 
" Wm., 35 Cordova 
" Wm., carpenter, bds St Charles 
hotel 
Wm. Hn<rh, 114 Jackson av 
Wm. J., carpenter,212 Dunsmuir 
^niley A., emp. R C.P.M. Co. 
Millin Patrick, millhand H. S. M. 
Milliiigton Charles E., horseshoer for 
J. McAllister, bds Jubilee 
" J. N., foreman, res Suniiysile 
hotel 
Mills & Hiithie, carpenters, Opponlici- 
mer nr Westminster av 
" Richiird, boots and shoes, Carroll j 
nr Conlova, res 9lh av 
Milne Alexander W., tailor, 140 C(ir- 
dova, bds Grej'hound hotel 
" John, stonemason, Oppenheimer 

nr Hawkes av 
•' T., carpenter, 16 Carroll, bds | 
Trounce Alley 
Mitchell Chas., plasterer. Water front 
nr AVestminster uv 
" David S. M., draughtsman, 511 

Hastings W, res Melville 
" Harry, clerk, 124 Carroll 
" John, blacksmith, 156 Water, iw 

PondroU nr Thurlow 
*' John, butcher, 17 Water, ros j 

Front 
" R. Samuel, carpenter V. C. F.^U 

M. W., res 413 Powell 
" Robert, & Co., Montreal, chaiido I 
Hers, gaH fixtures, &c., W. L. I 
Leonard & Co., agents 



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MOR 



351 



Mitcbell Snmiiol, millwright, ros 413 
Powoil 

" Tlios. Granvillo, cliiof onirincer 
Htr. Premier, ros 327 IIowo 

" "NV". Fred., of Mitchell & Sqiiior, 
bds Li'larwl 

" & Squier, beer bottlers N. Y. 
block 
Jlizoncv Artirniis, ros Nelson nr Bute 

" &0't., liquors, 303 Cordova. Tol 
103 
Mizony R. T., of Mizony & Co., res 

Xolson 
IK'i,' J. W., emp R. C. P. M., Co 
)[i)tfoit Fanny Miss, 11 Diipont 
Miihniyn .Fohn, longshoromun.Georgia 

nr Den man 
)Ii)liron Ell., sanitary engineer City 

Hall 
Mole llofirv, Como.x nr Tburlow 
)Ii)ii('l< Clarunce R., marble cutter, bds 

.')09 ll(»mer 
)LitK'(oii Sugar Ilofininar Co..M'>ncton, 

X. B., sugars, A. It. B. MacGowan, 

iliTcn t 
JION(;KXArS. BOIVIX & (^O., Hon- 

treal, plate glass, W. L. Leonard & 

Co.. ajients 
iMoiiliigne Delia Miss, 23 Dupont 
Monteitli J. C, bds Balmoral 
|)Iontg()tnery Hector, laborer II. C, P. 

M. Co,, resLansdowne 

I Montreal Clothing House, 

LduIs Davis, prop 24 Cordova 

iMoodyvile lurr'dr yard, M. 

MathoHon, city agent, Cambie. Tol. 

70, Saw mill tol 83 

IMooney Daniel, capt. Str Falcon, 6 Car- 
roll 
' LuUo, blacksmith, Lis Glasgow 
House 
[Jloore 1']. J. Stewart, of Lafferty & 
Moore, ros Calgary 
" Mrs. wid., 440 Homer 
" Horatio G., fruit and confection- 
ery, 400 CorJovjv 



ELECTRIC NIGHT BELL IN REAR, 

Teleplione No. 59. 



F. W. HART, 

FIERAL DIRECTOR aodEJIBALMR 

STOCK COMPLETE 



27 and 29 CORDOVA ST. 



Moore Eichard, bds Slewart IIouso 
" T., emp. R.C.P.M. Co. 
" Wm. Honry, laborer R. C. P. M., 
rear 121 Oppenheimcr 
Moorehead Thos., fancy goods, 230 

Westminster av 
Moorohouse James E., porter OS Water 
Mora Louis, cook City hotel, 35 Powell 

" Viiicongo, 2nd cook, 35 Powell 
Moraii James, asst teamster Vane Eire 
dept, 14 Water 
" Jo>eph C, clerk, 37 Cordova 
" Wni. J., brickmakor, bdsC'entral 
More Annie Miss, 310 Oppenlieimer 
" John Jas., carpenter, 319 Op- 
penlieimer 
Morency E. A., teacher, 100 Cambie, 
res 21 Wjiter 
" Mrs. P, AV., dining rooms, 21 
Water 
Morgan ('laude, Westminster av, nr 
13th av 
" Daniel, carpenter, Westminster 

av !ir 13th 
" G, K.,c)fCha])man, Morgan & Co., 

res 532 Cordova 
" Harry, carpenter, res 514 Oi> 

])eidieitner 
" MillyMi>B, 45 Dupont 
Moriter M,, toba«'con'st, 01 Cordova 
Moroney Jerry, stonecutt<'r, 1(50 Water 
Morrell Cbus. C,, agent Standard Oil 

Co., res 342 Seymour 
Morrin Nelson, logger, res Keefer 
" Alexander, foreman street By., 
315 Homer 




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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary Publlo. Iiwurance. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY. 

REAL ESTATB ft INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

SIS MASTIKteS ST., 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 



Morris Frank, waiter, 101 Cordova 
Morrisotlo John, macliiiiij^l V. C. F. & 

M. W. 
Morrison Arcli., millliand K. S. M, 
Frank, luis Stewart IfniiHe 



Morior) .ToBopli, clerk, 15;] Water, res 

Homer 
" TlH»nms, clerk P. O., ros 705 

AVoHl minster av 
" Koltert, omp. KC.P.M. Co 
" J{. R, Gm]) II. S. ,M. 
Moserop F., clerk, res Seymour urDrako 
" John, cabinetmaker, res Seynioiir 

nr Drake 
" KiclianI A., C.P.R., res Seymour 

nr Drake 
'* Saran Jano Miss, res Seymour 

nr Drake 
" Tlios., laborer, res Seymour ur I 

Drake 
" Wm., C. P. 1?., res Seymour nr 

Drake 
Mosler Itobt. bds 702 West minster a v 



Ihosl.hu-ksmith (.4 Hastings, Mould Arthur J., carpenter, resell 
res liiciiards nr Creorgia Kichanls 

Morrison James, real estate Mowat Ainslie J., accountant Il.s.M 
and gen agent, 103 Water, res 1-13 j ih's Dindevy av 

Hastings F " Clias. H., bds Stewart Hoiiso 

Morrison James, clerk. 27 Cordova.res ' " J^*''*^ J^- '"'^ Stewart House 



Cam bio 

Morrison John Wallace, mer- 
chant tailor, 212 Cordova, 

res (Jeorgia nr Bute 

Morrison Joseph, machinist, bds St 

Charles hotel 
3Iorrovv (ji. L., C, P. I?., res 3-12 Sey. 

mour 

Morrow Thos.Russell,chemist 
and druggist, 328 Cordova, 

res 3:]r) Seymour. Tel 7H 

Morrow John, logger, 1(36 Water 

" John. Water 
Mortimer liros.. tailors, 6 Powell 



Moxcm Henry, i;{ Cordova 

Mo/.ely Prof. Henry L., barber, 515 1 

Hastings W 
Muir Andrew C, barrister, 44 Cordova, 
res ()l(i Ale.xander 
" John X., Ji.A., barrister, ro«Clij| 

Ale.xander 
" Walter, contractor grading, res 
315 Seymour 

Mulhall James Joseph, chief cleikj 
voucher dept C.P. H., res (reorgiii,( 
bet Bute and Jervis 
Mullen John Samuel, lather, Hamiltoiil 

nr Dunsmuir 
Mullins James, sawyer G. F. Slater,] 
bds Cambie 
" Jonathan Wm,, ship carpenter, MumaE. J., messenger Dom. Exp, Oi.,J 

301 Drake | bds (lold House 

" Sidney C, tailor, res 224 Duns- Munroe Daniel, foreman C. P. R. wharf'J 



muir 

" AVm. ][., tailor, res 224 Duns- 
muir 
Morton Clara MisR, 11 Dnpont 

" Arthur, clerk, U Cordova 



res (rore av cor Powell 
" John, contractor builder, m| 

Eveleigh nr Thurlow 
" William, of DeWolf & Munroe,| 

bds Douglas House 



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Munroo Winfreu, messenger Dom Ex- 
press, lids Lelaiid 
Miirehio \risN. leiicher K Eiil school 
Murchison Kuto Miss, drossmiiker, 
"NVilson hlock 
" Colin, Itotller, res TOi Westmin- 
ster av 

Murchison Anis^us C. , Vancou- 
ver Soda Water Works, 704 
Westminster av. :seea<U\ bdow 

ilurclocU Joseph, bricklayer, bds St 

Cliuiles holel 
" AVni., Itiis (rl:is<;o\v hotel 
Murphy Ani\es ^[iss.tailoress Simpson 

Bros., res Beach av 
" Fiank. hrieklaver. Water front 

nr Wesdni lister av 
" James, bartender Donirall House 
" John F., carpenter Turnbull & 

Co. 
" John J{., carpenter, bils Albion 

hote.l 
" Wni., bricklayer, bds St Charles 

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HENRY PORTER, 

Manufacturer of 

Sonora Tanned 



Ciiaranleeil to k tlie louijlinst Id e\istenee. 
436 Visitation Street. 

Murphy W., mertailor,9l Cor- 
dova, res 218 Dunsmuir 

Murray Archibald, 212 Cordova 
'' Alex., Jan., stonecutter, res 13th 
av 

Murray fJharlos AVm., bookkeeper R. 
C. P.M. Co., res 112 Harris 
" David B., street contractor, rest 

135 nastinj.'s E 
" Geo. II., contractor, 129 Oppen- 
heimer 




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Lemon Soda, Ginger Ale, 
Champagne Ginger and Syrups 

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A. C. MURCHISON, 

702 Westminster A v., Vancouver, B, 0. 

JOF-Sole Agent for B. C. for the Celebrated (Aerated) 
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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary Public. Inguranue. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VAXCOUVEB, B. C. 



Murray JameH, laborer, 1 Ciunbio, res 
Abbott 
" John, butcher for Van Volken- 

burtih Bros. 
" John, toatnster, 17 Water, res i 
Pt Moodv ! 

" Patrick, millhand Cr. Cassadj' & 
Co., bds Ceiitral hotel 
Mnrtison — , laborer, 34 Park av 
MuHcrop T., night watchman G. Cas- 

sarly & Co. 
Mnsijrove A, C. A., carpenter. Water 

front nr AVeHtminMtor av 
Mntlow .T»>sHi«) Mrs., wid Wm., res 327 

Hamilton 
Mutrie Ilonry, of Mutrio & Brown, res 
128 Oppenhoinjer 
" k Brown, real estate, fiO Conlova 
Mutual Accident Association -.f Man- 
chester, Enjjland, iiobc; cson & 
(Jo., agents, 307 Coi'lo'. a 
" Reserve Fund Lif».*. 1!M Cordova 
Mylius Chs. O., carpenter, 449 Homer 
Myers Mrs. Jane, grocer, Westminster 
road 
" Wm., grocer, Westminster roa<l 
Myies Robert Johnson, peddler, 142 

Hastings 
MyrcH Annie Miss, waitress, 224 Cor- 
dova 
National Fire Insurance Co. of Ireland, 
Major and Pearson, agents 

Neal John, butcher, 427 

Powell 



Any j)roperty for Palo In or near the City 
Clin alwayo Le hud ut luwe^t tigurea througli 

CWHETHAM&CO., 

Corner Cordova and Gamble Streets. 



Tlie Central REAL ESTATE firm of 
tlie City. Si'e tlioir Guide to Vancouver 
Call for maps and information of any kiml. 



NeelaiMis Hamilton (Jeo., of H.iiioy i*c 
Xeelands bds (ircvliound 
" Thomas F., clerk C. P. W. 

Neild Henr}', laliorer. Water front nr 
Westminster av 

Nelson Annie Miss, 12r) Diipont 
" Cecelia, domestic, 13 (A)liimliia 
" ('has., hds (iolden (iate hotel 
" Charlotte Mrs,, Gore av 

Nelson Chas., druggist, 112 
Cordova, res same. Tel 72 

Nelson Fred. F., eng C. P. l\. wharf, 

325 Oppenheimer 
" James, laundry, 17^ Hastings E 
" L. P., lumberman. Gore av 
" liana, Haro nr Bute 
" S. K, Miss, dressmaker and mil- 
linery, 310 Cordova 
Nesbitt Andrew, Customs broker, bds 

Leiand 
" George, striker C. P. R, Eich- 

ards nr Davie 
" Herbert, millhand, res Richards 

nr Davie 
" John, car repairer C. P. E., 

Richards nr Davie 
" Robert, mechanic, res Richards 

nr Davie 
Netterfield C. A. Miss, 200 Cordova 
" Sarah Miss, furnished rooms, 

206 Cordova 
Nettleton John, laborer, 612 Hastings 
West 



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355 



Xoviird Win., butclior, Pendor nr 

IJicliiirdH 
Xeffcomb Jolin.cnrpeiiter, Molvillo nr 
Tlmrlow 
•' IlolnioH dipt, res Molville nr 
Tliurlow 
Xowitt TIkw. Ilonry, clork, 182 Cor- 

tlova 
Xcws Advertiser, daily and weekly, 
i-\ ('. Cotton, prop, 119 Canibi'o, 
l.indery 1(12 Hustin^'H. Tol 40 
.Vi'Wton ilenry J., cawhier II. S. M., 

icH Dun levy av 
Xow York Block, 41fi Granville 
'' York Life Iuh. Co., 424 Cordova. 

Tol 148 
'• York Hoard of Underwriters, II. 
A. Mislon, correnpondcnt, 504 
Cordova 
Xowman Walter, blaoksmith, 28 

t)|)ponheinier, res 8 IlastinyH R 
Xiitrara Mercantile A^'cncy of Niaj,'ara 
Falls, T. T. lilack, solicitor, 1 Ojv 
|ionlieiriier 
Xiihol Sam., emp. R.C.P.M. Co. 
Xicholl W.H.,('oni traveller, ItitJ Water 

'• Samuel, teamster, res Carroll 
Nicholls Kdward, solicitor Drake, 
Jacksoti & Co., liichards 

Nicholls F. v., mgr Vancou- 
ver Hiectric Illiiminaling Co., res 
Burrard nr Molvillo 

Xiciiolls Geo., engineer Vane. Electric 

Light Co. 
Xicliols Geo., stone cutter, 166 Water 

" Norah Miss, 326 Cam bio 

" Helen, will. Tbos. Francis, Bur- 
rard nr Georgia 
Xicliolson Isaac, of Nicholson & Ap- 
taker, 9 Carroll 

" John, emp. K.C.P.M. Co. 
I Xickles F. J., logger, 166 Water 
Xickson John Joseph, snpt. Van AV. 

W, Co.,res Molville nrButo. Tel 167 
XicoU Wm., farmer, 1045 Howe 
Xilo Joe, emp, H, S, Mill, roe Water 

Front nr Dunlovy av 



REAL ♦ ESTATE 

AMD 

LOAJV AGENCY, 

158 CORDOVA ST., VANCOUVER, B. C. 

BKAL ESTATK IN A LL PARTS OF TUK 
CITV AND I'UOVINCK. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 

Nilson AuijustHs, H. S. M. 
Noble John, brickmakor, res lOlh av 
nr Quebec 
" W. ir., dork C. P. R. freight 
dept, IS Columbia 
Noon Wm., dairyman, Westminster av 
Norman Alice Miss, nurse, Georgia nr 
Thurlow 

North American Life Assr. 

Co., R. A. Anderson & Co., 
agents, 107 Cambie 
" Arm market. Sweet & Asbury, 
Pender 

North British & Mercantile 
Fire Ins. Co., 604 Cordova 

Northern Assurance Co,, Shannon & 

3IcLachlan, agents 
" Counties (of England) Ins. Trust, 

8i Cordova 
" hotel, Scott & Lillie, props, 30 

Hastings W 



G. WHETHAM & CO., 

Real Estate Brokers, 

Financial and Insurance Agents, 

Corne. Cordova & Cambie St&.. 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 

P.O. Box 4? 7. TelcpIj)opc No. aia. 



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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary Public . Insurance . 

ROSS & CEPERLEY. 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

81^ MA^'l'I^tBS ST., 

VANCOUVER. B. C. 



Northern Pacific Railway, 

J. M. Holland «& Co., ugeuts, 44 Cor- 
dova 

Nortliji;raves Jennie Miss, r.urso, Geor- 

fj;iji nrTluirlow 
Nunnamaker Andrew J,, contractor, 
res Pender r,r Track 
" Byron, tea nster, 6 Carroll, res 
30 Pui-'. a>' 
Oakley M. L., machine hand, bds 

Cainbie nr Georgia 
Ohen Philip, contractor, res Jervis nr 

Georiijia 
O'lirien J. A., capl. S.S. Premier, bds 
Leland 
" John M., editor Varcouver 



Carpets, 

Floor Coverings 
and Curtains. 

Th" Largest Stock in the Dominion is carried by 

THOMAS LIGGET, 

1884 Notre Daifls St., - MONTREAL. 

Mail Orders promptly filled and Samples forwarded. 

Olivant John, blacksmith, 156 Water, 

res 307 Drake 
Olmstcad Albert, carpenter. Homer 

iir Pacitic 
Oml)ley Benj., foreman Moodyville 

Saw Mill, Ws Glasijow hotel 
Ontario grocery, 124 C/arroll 

" House, temperance hotel, J. G, 
Taylor, prop, Pender nr 
Kichards 



Ontario Mutual Life Assr. Co.^ 

Robertson & Co., agents* 

307 Cordova 

O'Neil — , operator, bds 5(50 Seymour 

Opera Eesort saloon, 2 Dupont 

World, res 421 Eichanis 

" Joliii, stableman M. A. Hano}*, ; Oppcnheimer David, mayor of 

Vancouver, of Oppenheimer 



Abbott 
" Michael, moulder at Vancouver 
C'. F. & I. \Y., bds Whatchoer 
House 
Oddfellows Hall, 300 Cordova 
O'Dwyer Daniol McCormack, painter, 

res rear 21 (J Powell 
Ogilvie Arthur W^ellesle}', carpenter, 
res Ontario 
" Eobt., clerk A. Godfrey & Co., 
res Mount Pleasant 
Oldfield John Wm., carpenter, res 

Hamilton nr Hurisinuir 
Ohiodburg Alex., bartender Stewart 

House 
Ok'son G., laborer, Water front nr 
Westminster av 



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Bros., I02 Powell 

Oppenheimer Bros., whol grocers, 102 
Powell. Tel K! 
Isaac, of Opiicnheimcr Bms. 
Sol., bookkeeper, 102 Powell, res 
Hornby 

Oregon ilaiiway <& Nav. Co., 504 Cor- 
dova 

Oriental hotel, Crean & Fiem* 

ing, props, 208 Water, rooms 8 

Cambie. Tel. 71 

Ormand Frank, carpenter C. Cassady 
& Co. 



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Orr AgncH Miss, nurse, 302 Oppen- 
licimer 
" lliit^'h, moulder V. C. F., 540 

llastinifs E 
" Jane Mrs,, wicl James, 640 Hast- 
ings E 
" James, M. P. P., soc.-treas. Van. 
Soap Co. 
O'Rooke Annie Miss, 520 Alexander 
" Jamos Gilbert, steward str ' 
"Princess,"' res Hastings cor 
Diinlevy av 
Osborne E., ship carpenter, Dimlevy 

av nr Alexander 
Osbiini Wm., of J>iplock & Osburn, 
res Xew York block 

OrientalTraders Co. Ld., Ceo. 
C. Mackay, pros., Pender 

bet Granville and Howe 
O'Toole James M., of 0'Toole& Ralph, 
res 9 Wilson block 
" k Ralph, stoves etc., 114 Car- 
i\::\. Tel. 114 



ELECTRIC NIGHT BELL IN REAR. 

Telephone 9lo. 52. 



F. W. HART, 

FIERAL DIRECTOR and ElALMER 

STOCK COMPLETE 



27 and 20 CORDOVA ST. 



Pacific Coast Steamship Co., Thos. 
Lewis, freight agent 
" Hotel, Loo & Griffith, 224 Cor- 
dova 
Pack Chas., expressman, 529 Seymour 
Paepcke Theodore, bartender, T92 

Westminster av 
Page Joseph, bookkeeper ''Xews Ad- 
vertiser," res 340 Seymour 
••' J. P., clerk C.P.R., general offices 
Pain Palinda Miss, 444 Seymour 
Oubert^^ F. J^\, pro]) Arlington hotel, ': pointer Henry John, accountant land 

deptC.P.H., res Lansdowne av 
Paititon & l^yko. pianos, 305 Cordova 
" Frod. James, of Painlon »& Dyke, 
res 109 Cambie 
Paker Solomon, clothing, 00 Water 
Palace barber shop, R. K. AVinters, 61 
Cordova 
" Livery Stables, Black & Wilkin- 
son, prop.s, cor IJurrard and 
Pender. Tel. 1:^5 
" cigar store, Chas. Lang, Cordova 

nr Caml)io 
" Dininir saloon, Wm. McDonald, 
178 Water 
Palmer A. T., plastoi'cr, res Richards 
" BroH., fuel and teaming, 100 
Dupont. Tel 18 
I). W., laborer, 114 Hastings E 
Henry Thos., of Palmer Bros., 
res 117 Hastings E 
Joseph W. W., of Palmer Bros., 
res 117 Hastings E 
Rubt. Edward, asst city engineer 



501) Pender 
Ouellete (rcorge, 315 Hastings W 

" Frank, 141 Hastings E 
Oweger Frank, cigarmaker Krutz & 

Co. 
Owens Alfred, laborer, res Alexander 
St Reach 
" 0. W., expre^snlan, 52 Westmin- 
ster av 
" Wm., carpenter, bds 796 West- 
minster av 

Any property for pale in or near the City 
;im alwiiys be had at lowest figures through 

C. WHETHAM k CO., 

Corner Cordova and Cambie Streets. 



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A. W.ROSS, H. Y. CEPERLEY, 

Kotary Public. Insuranoo. 

ttOSS& CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE ft INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 



Palmer Robert Vomer, of Palmer 

Bros., res 117 Ilastin^'H K 
Paquette Thos., carpenter, res Pendei 
Parker A(iai;;}on, T.E., res 31G Priir 
cess 
" A. P., of B.C., A. & M.W. Co., 

res Princess 
" Arthur, foreman painter C.P.R., 

res Se^'tnour nr Drake 
" Fred. \V"m., clerk C.P.R., res 

Westminster nr 10th av 
" I. R., millhantl, res 303 Drake 
" I>aac, carpenter, 303 Drake 
" Kate Miss, Georgia nr Tliiirlow 
Thos. L., laborer, res Drake 
Wm., carpenter, 19 AI»bott 
Partridge Emma Miss, dressmaker, 
318 Granville 
" Robert vV^m., cabinetmaker, res 
Hamilton cor Pender 
Robert, 321 Hastings 
W.,einp. RO.P.M. Co. 
PATERSON A. JUDSON, grocer, 
frails and stationery, 425 Powell, 
res same. Tel 98 
Patrick Harry, bricklayer, bds 213 

Abbott 
PatroDo James, laborer, Water front 

nr Dunlevy av 
Patterson Robert H., of Boll-Irving «% 
Patterson, res Princess nr lleatley 
— , cooper S> J. Lime Co. 
Thos. II., clerk Bank of B.C., 
res Sc2' naour 






PATTERSON WILSOX SILAS, shor- 
iifs officer and detective a-otuy 
206 Cordova, res Dupont nr 
Westminster av 
Paul Clia>'., plumber McLennan it 
McPeely 
" J. C, cook, 57 Cordova 
Pa.yne Geo., laborer, 136 Alexander 
" James R., bricklayer, vk» G1 

Westminster av 
" Jane Mrs., wid, 760 Westminster 



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Pcake James, 464 Gr.i 

" Sidney J., cioii 
ings E 
Pearl str, Capt Ed. Swift 
Peais Geo., clerk Riiiid Bros. 
Pearson Thos. Parrish, miner, 536 Sey- 
mour 

" Thos. Rohson, of Major & Pear- 
son, res Westminster 

" Wm., machinist, res foot Cam bio 
Pease B, Mrs., bdg house, 213 Abbott 

" McGowan, 213 Abbott 
Peck Elias J., of Dutfy& Co., Hornby 
nr Drake 

" Winch & Co., Francis, tcr.v 
London and China, A, II. 
MacGowan, ageni 
Pedley Rev. Jas. W., Congrerr:"!!. n. 

])astor, res 526 Richards 
Polton T. H., carpenter Geo. Cassauj . 

Co. 
Pelvis Benson, millhand H.S.M. 
Pendola A., of ScuiUo & Co., 5 Powell 
Pentelow John Geo., laborer V. Gas 

Co., res float False Creek 
Penzer Ed. E., of Crowder & xenzer, 

res Koefer 
Pepin Theophilus, cabinetmaker, res 

Hamilton, bet Hastings & P \. lor 
Pepper Wm., laborer, 792 ^^ c- nin- 

ster av 
Peppord Hill, teamster, *l\^< Wes. .. • 

ster av 
Pereiva) Joh.> A., cafponter, res 26 

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VER, B.C' 
innectioris. 



^ILAS, slier- 

ijtiveaiieiu'y, 

Dupoiit nr 

[cLonnan & 

ova 

Alexander 
yer, res Gl 

WeBtminster 

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Jro9. 

iner, 536 Sey- 

VI a j or & Pear- 
It er 

s foot Cambio 
e, 213 Abbott 
)(»tt 
Co., Hornby 

ancis, to 
la, A. 11. 

|)ngre<r" u ". 

;(). Ctissauj . 

IlI.S.M. 

>()., 5 Powell 
)orer V, Gas 

lok 

ler & x-eiizer, 

letmaker, rcH 

&P !or 

|92 ^vV.-H:r'!n- 

15 Wesv.^. !• 
Uter, res 26 



Commercial Saw l!il!s, Tlovlz^ «iid Creased Lumber, SoorSf 
Sash, Laths, &5. VANCOUVER, B.( 
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|li!AMY& KYLE, Prop's, ^^,„ Vancouver. b.c. 



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Diinsmuir 
" "NV.. inuc-liiniHt H.S.M., Homer nr 
Drake 
Perks Joliii v., mcp.'*enger Doni. Ex. 

C^ H,isG()kl Hoiine 
Peri-y — J bookkeeper II.S.M., res 
Powell nr lla'.vke av 
" Clias.. (•ar|)eiiter, x'es Richards 

bet (ieoriiia and Ri)bHoii 
" Ri(dianl Francis, contractor, 
Homer nr llelmcken 
Peters Miss, music loaclier,310 Homer 
" iS(>vere, carpcnier, 27 Cordova, 
res ibut ot'Camliie 
Simon, carijcnter, 427 P'twe 




IMPORTERS OF 

Gelle Preres. "\ 

Roger & Gailet's. I 

Bertrand Frercs. j 

I'lver's. 

linaud's. 

Lubin's. 

Colgate's. 

1743 & 1745 Notre Dam9,M0*frRSAL. 



Picard Joseph, patternmaker, ^52 

Richards 
Pickard Wm., jiainter, 166 "Water 
Pinnick A. W., laborer Tiirnbull & Co, 



" Sidiicv, upholsterer, 20 Cordova PIO"®®'' Art Gallery, T. R. 

Vterson Alex., jeweller, 332 Cordova i Hanliman, a22 Cordova 



A'iolphe (riislave, tailor, 106 

Carroll, res Hamilton 
L. A., tailor B. Simon, res 109 

Oppculieimer 
Charles, cari)enter, foot Carroll 



Pioneer Dye Works, RouLner & Hay, 
12 Abbott ^ ^' 

Pirrie Wm., bookkeeper, 6 Carroll, 
res Powell bet Huwkes and Campbull 
avenue 



Petton^er W., bookkeeper, 113 Carroll ! Pitt Mrs. R. D., tailoress, res 786 



Penchbock (Jeo., gardener, res rear 
2(ll» Harris 
" Goo,, laborer, 1 Harris 
PotteMgill B. C., of Van. Soap Co. 
ij.^ i'tiillips (!lias., laborer, res Westmin- 

]^ sior av, Jit. Pleasant 

f'- 

^ '^ ,ilp Bros., groceries, provi- 
sions, etc., 15 Abttolt 

Phil]) ('has., b<ls 560 Seymour 
" VA'j^iW Ernest, of Philp Bros., 

res Seymour 
" Edward, bds 5()0 Seymour 
" Somerville Chas.,of Puilp Bros., 
res Seymour 
Ihipps (ico. Wm., bookkeeper for T. 
Dunn (\i: Co., res 316 Homer 

t^hoenix Fire Insurance Co. of 
Brooklyn and London, Ross 
& Ceperley, agents. Post 
Office blook, 313 Hastings 



Westminster av 
Piitman Joseph, Van, Gas Co., 40 

Park av 
Plate Glass Ins., Robertson & Co., 307 

Carroll 
Pieilger R,, messenger Bank of Mont- 
real, res 440 Hastings W, 
Pogmore .)., emp R.C.P.M. Co. 
PoTlard ll'niry, laborer, bds 109 Hust- 
ings E 
Pulley treo., carpenter R.C.P.M. Co., 
res 134 Al 3xunder 
" Richard, s'ablernan Queen Brop., 
res 428 Seymour 
Pollock Hcrl)ert, moulder V.CP., res 
640 Hastings E 
" Robt.,n)oulder Vane. Iron Works, 
res ()40 Hastings E 
Pomoroy Gooigo John, carpenter, 
Granville, FalseCreek 
" Wm., cabinetmaker, 16 Carroll, 
bds Terminus hotel 



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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary Public. Insurance. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
OUVER, B. C. 



Ponsford Bros., Page, ladies', 
gents' and children's fur- 
nishings, and fancy dry 
goods, 511 Hastings West. 

Ponsford Ilni-old, of Ponsfoi-d Bros., 
ivs Biirrard iir ^lidviile 
" Wrn. Piige, of Ponstbrd Bron., 
res 340 llowo 

Pool Eussell II., csirpentor C.P.E., 6th 
Jive cor Quebec 

Poole Miss Ellii, tailoress, 2\''. Cor- 
dova, res H13 Howe 

Poqiiet Tiios., car])eiitcr, res Seymour 
II r Xelsoti 

Porda<;e Kdith Miss, domestic, 334 
Op]K'nlieimor 

Port Moody 8a\v Mills Co. Tel. '^(16 
J. B. Titiiii, mgr, foot Camhie 

Poitertield Fanny Mrs., rear 330 Car- 
roll 

Post Office, 309 Hastings, 

Jonathan Miller, postmaster 

Pound Goo., pressman " News Adver- 
tiser," bds 6 IlastinfTs 
" Goo., jun., 6 llastinfiTs 
] jwe E., carpenter C.P.R, Richards 

nr Drake 
" Joseph, of Middler & Powe, 38 

Columbia 
" AVin., blacksmith C.P.R, res 

1127 Ilichards 
" Wm. G., carpenter, res 1127 

Richards 



Powell Ernest, clerk, 7 Hastings W 
" John Lewis, job ])riiiter ^Nuws 
Advertiser, res 133 Keefer 
Power Jtichard, car|)onler, !Uli av 
Powis John, of Povvis <t Wiiitehcad 
res 308 Oppenheimer 

Powis & Whitehead, real es- 
tate, 3 Oppenheimer. Tel 
149 

Pratlev Geo.,lab.;ror,ros 1 122 Hornby 
Prea^lland Chas., V.C.F., 211 Alil.oit 
Prentice AVm., secy V;iiic .Sinoltiiiir 
Works, res Carlav nr OppeulicinHT 
PBESBYTEKJAN CHUJiCil, J{ev. J. 

M. McLcod, pastor, Westniinsler 

av 
" Church, Rev. T. J. Thomp.son, 

])astor, 136 Oppeiilicimer 
Pi'est Mabel Miss, 345 Howe 

Prest Thomas, real estate and 
agent Bell Organ Co., fire 
grates and plumbers' sup- 
plies,345 Pender nr Richard 

Preston Florence Miss, 338 Howe 

" Wm., laborer, lOlh av 

" Wm., carpenter, Pender nr Ab- 
bott 
! Prewer Josiali, stableman M. A. Ilai- 

ve}-, Abbott 
Price Joseph, laborer, toot (-arroll 

" John, long.shoinian 
Pride J. A., a^st. bookkeeper R.C.P.M. 

Co.. res 123 Pi'ince>s 
Printer S. L., timekeoper C.P.R. 
Prior F. L., bookkeeper, 2'J Cordova 

res 20i) Powell 
Prilchaid Tlios., res 135 Keefe r 
Prober! Alice Miss, waitress, LelanJ 

House 
Proctor Harry, painter, 320 Corral! 
I'roHfser Frank, carpenter Turnbull i 

Co. 

Prout & Insley, props Leiand 
house, 626 Hastings W. ^« 

adv. 



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T 17 A liffV J& IT VT P Drnn^c Commercial Saw Mills, &oii?h and Cressed Lumber, Doors, 

LJiMl aULh, nop S, sasli,Laths, &0. VANCOUVER, B. C- 

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pront Will., of Prout&lnsley, Lcljind 

lloiiso 
Provident Savings Lite Ass. Soc, 

Eaiid Bios., jio-i'iits 
Pugli John, nu'ssenger C.P.R general 
ottices 

<' John S. \V., law clerk, Drake, 
J.icksoii k (;<).,1)iIh424 Jlasting^ K 

" Sam. (irindrod, elcrk Cl'.R. 

gen offiees, res I'lincess nr Carl 

Piillnian ^al()on, PhiK Gorman, proj), 

100 Water, rooms 6 Ahhott 
Pullman Pe^taunint, Thos. Berry, 

piop, 3 Alilioit 
Punclion — , bricklayer, 7i)2Westmin- 

Htcr av 
Parches Helen Mrs., wid, 311 Oppen- 

lielmer 
Piiniv Jlidph, 357 Howe 
PYlvI-: J0SI:P11 ALHX., boots and 

Khoes, 208 Cordo\ a. 



REAL * ESTATE 



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LOAN AGEXCT. 

153 CORDOVA ST., VAXC ITV'ER, B.C. 



REAL ESTATK IN A TX r AKTS OF Till! 
CITY AND rilOVINCK. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 



C. WHETHAM & CO., 

Real Estate Brokers, 

Financial and Insurance Agents, 

Corner Cordova Sc Cambie Sis., 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 

P.O. Box-17r. Tclcptjopc No. ai.'?. 



(Jucen's Jlotei, Moses fTibson, prop. 

Water 
(Juick AVm. J„ clerk, 219 Hastings W, 

res 415 Cambie 

<i"',i!,''t5y IL, law ^tudenf, 20() Cordova 

(^iiinn Thomas F,, dentist, 1 Oppen- 

heimer, rooms same 

" Win. Jas., nicrcliiint tailor, 10(5 

('ambio, re- 50 Westminster aV 

Itabjoin Levi, tool diesstr C.P.U., car 

shops, Xeisou nr Thiirlow 
Kachon .?. A., carpenter, b Is Colonial 
liolel 
'' Arlhiir fi., laborer, res rear 113 

llasiiiigs I'] 
" Ali<la M. Miss, teacher, res 705 
Wi'slmiiisur av 

l>ouglas, C.IMi, Princess nr Carl 
Fleming C.P.lt., res llaro nr 
Broiigl(,()n 
" F., night watchman C.P.R., 
Xicola nr U »lison 
Qiiann SUiy Miss, 5(5 Cordova Radley James, cook, 204 Diinsmuir 

" Thos., prop Central hotel, 56 I Itae Geo., contractor, 23!) llarris 



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the Manaieententuf Estates for Noa-Kesldents. 






Cordova 

" Win., clerk Rand Bros., bds 56 
C^irdova 
QUEFN BROS., Yanc. livery stables, 
12 Cambie. Tel. 37, and Stan- 
ley Park Stables, Georgia. Tel. 
138 

" C. L., of Queen Bros., ros 428 
Seymour 

" K. Pai-ker, of (Jneen Bros., res 
428 Seymour 



John, blacksmith V.C.B\, bds 
110 Carroll 
" Roderick, carpenter, b(U Oriental 
" Thos. Millar, carpenter, 207 
(reorgia 
Ralph M. G. Miss, 30 Carroll, res 602 
Hastings Vi 
" Win., ot O'Toolo & Ralph, roi 
114 Carroll 
Ralston Colin C;., binding waiter cus- 
toms dept^ bds 101) Hasiiiigs E 
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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Kotary Public. Iiisuranca. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Riimaijc S. II., vm\) R.C.P.M. (^o 



Any property for fale in or near tlic City 
can always Le liad at lowest figiirt-s tliroii'h 

CWHETHAM&CO., 

Corner Cordova and Gamble Streets. 



Tlie Ceiitriil REAL ESTATE firm of 
tlie City. See tlieir Guido to Vancouver 
Call for maps ami inforniation tif any kin. I. 



Rijttruj' Mary Mrs.,\vi(1,trnit- 54 Wafer 



Eumsny (.'apt. James, B. C. pilot, bilsN^ii'^'Vy .''H'l^'s, blacksmith, res \\\.>t 
180 SVater ininster Koail, nr i;{tli ax- 

Raw David, tiiiuei', Ixis Stewart If mim( 

Rand Bros., real estate andlRuwson R, plasterer Turnbiili iV Co,, 
financial ajs^ents, lOO Cor! " S:ifai. Aim Misv^ r^^ <.\.,, •■,,.;., ,,_' 
dova. Tel. 35 and CranvlSlel Tiiinlow 

St. Tel. I40. ^eewlvt. on back bone \\li\,y (\(^u,^ ('n\\\Y;\v\ur brick, res (Joro 

av nr Harris 



Rand Chins. D., of Rami Bros., resdeor- 
gia i)el BiirranI and Tliiirlow. 
Tel. 172 
" E(i. K., of Rand Bros., res Lon- 
don, EnL'. 
Rund Edwii; my^v Rtind Bros., Gran- 
ville St. liranch. Te-I U'l 
Rankin Harry K., messenii;er Domin- 
ion Express Co., luls Leland house 
Rannie Clias., sen., re.> Keeler nr 
(rore av 
" Ciias., jiin., carpenter, Keeler nr 

(roie av 
" Joim B., c.irpenter, res Reefer 

nr Goie av 
" Thos, hack driver V.T.C, bds 

Kiefer nr (rore av 
" Win. A., contractor, Keefer nr 
(b)ie 'V 
Ransom D. W., saw tiler II.S.M. 
" Ira, areiiiaii R.C.P.M. Co. 
" J y, mdlliaiid H.S..M. 
RaHiiiu.sen B., einp 1{.('.1'M. C^*. 
Rathboriie M;iry Agnes Miss, artist 

311 Hasting.'* 
Eat hgeher Fritz, fitter C.P.R., rooms 
Richards bet l)-"vio and Di jiko 



" John, blackMnith A. T. McNalJ,, 
bds Richmond Ilou>e 

" John, ;{2 Park av 

" r. , b.arher, 7 Carroll 

" Wm., bellboy Hoi el Vancoiivor 
Raycrofi Richard, ])lasterer, \V,\ lh\>[- 

iiigs i'j 
Rasmoiid sewing .Maciiiiies, C. W. 

Teetzel, 115 Cambi.' 

Rea %^ £lliot, carriagemakers, 

Oppcidieiiiier cor ('oliimbia 
|{cad K..bcrl, emp R.C. P..M. »'... 
Rea .biiin, of Rea A; lOlliot, bds CJ- 

iiiiibia av 
Reardon \V, P., eaietaker, res oiM 

Alex.iiulcr 
Jteatti Paul, liiborer. Water front m' 

We-tmiiister 
Iicltcr Jo-epli, cook, 224 Cordova 
Record ot American and Foreign Ship- 

iiiir, 504 CorlovM 
Red Cro>-s Brewery, J. Williams, Sou- 
ton nr Biirrard 

" Star Brewery, Jiicob W. DeWitt, 
pio|), Wostininslor av, Mount 
Pleasant 



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Teleptionc ?(o. 52. 



MA-NUFACTUUKa OF 



haute:rs, ^ta, e:tCv 

436 Visitation Street, 

Reed John, diMigjfist, 76 Cordova 

Regina Hotel, Mrs. S. Burr, 
prop, 200 Water 

|]..i(l (Mi.Tj., elcclriciiui. 550 .Seymour 

" Dunciiii Kolieit, ttiriiier, Oppon- 
liciiiUM- K ot'Ciimpliolt 

" (ico. L., elcrk, 400 Jl;istino;>, res 
4:1;} Howe 

" Jiis. A., i»i<^ht watclinum IIo;o' 
Vii?i<'oiivcr, res Jloiiiby bet 
Smith iind Nelson 

" .^tiiry Miss, Beaeh av nr Bale 

" Tiiomas, clerk, 316 Coi'dova, res 
(ilO J*()Woll 
Eeinliiird Wni., M.D.,ovor 99 Cordova, 

res PriiK-e-s cor (-ai-l avo 
Keniiison A. W., cleik 11.8.M. Htore, 

ros^lO Alexander 
Reno Dora Mi.-s, 131 Dujxmt 

" L:iui'a Miss, ros 131 Dupont 
Rolrcat salot)n, J.B, Jolinson, prop, 65 

O.inlova 
Jlevsliech Andrew, hotel keeper, 

rooms, Ilomcr cor Cordova 
Reynolds Annie Miss, 121 Diipont 

" Joseph, omp R.C.l'.M. Co. 
Klioiies llarry, accountant Bank of 

British ('olumbia, res Melville 
Kiatti Paul, laborer, res Alexander St 

Beach 
Rice James, laborer, foot Canibio 
Eichurds Stephen Ormond, of Innes 

& Richards, rooms Anderson block, 

bds Iloiel Vancouver 



F. W. HART, 

FIIIRAL DIRECTOR and EIAIJIER 

STOCK COMFLETE 




27 and 29 CORDOVA ST. 



Riclianlson John, of Grant & Richard- 
son, 170 Water 
" J. Seymour, clerk, bds 531 Sey- 
mour 
" William, cmp RC.P.M. Co. 
Richmond J louse, Arthur Langlej's 

prop, 110 Carroll 
Ridd Kd., yard tallyman II.S.M. 
Rid,s>;e\vay Wm., laborer Turnbull & 

Co. 
Ridley A. K., water tender H.S.M. 
Riecli Dnlly ;Mis.s, domesiic, (ieorj^ia 

nr Tliurlow 
Riestcrer Rol.t., prop Maiidand brew- 
ery, ('olumbia nr 10th av 
Riley Wm. Russell, painler,1132 ]rowe 
Risem Annie Miss, 433 Hamilton 
Roarke Geo. A., emp. V. \V. W. Co., res 

Robson nr Nicola 
Robb John, ^anysawyer H.S.M. 
Robbin Frank, .nip R.C.F.M. Co 
Jioberts (Jeo., factory hand G. Cassady 
ct Co. "^ 

" Jidin Hugh, res (Quebec cor 9th 

iive 
" Mildred Miss, 216 Dunsmuir 
S. H. Mrs., 216 Dunsmuir 
T. Hugh, artist, res Qut^liec, cor 
9th av 

" Wm., watchmaker, res 216 Duns- 
muir 

" William, plumber, Abbott, res 
Water front 
Robertson Annie E. Miss, 323 Oppen 

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A. W.ROSS, H.T.CEPERLEY, 

Notary Public. IiiBuraiioe 



J. PALMIER & SON 

ROSS & CEPERLEY '"^'"'^ ^"^ ''"^^^ ^^''°'' '" °""''" 
REAL ESTATE « INSURANCE, gimmQOjgj^'Jiiypgggg 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, i ^ ____,. 

SiSI MA^T3I^©3 ST., j 1743 ^ 1745 Notre Dame, 

VANCOUVER, B. C. MONTREAL, 



RobertsonArchibalcl,M.,M.D., Robin & Sadler, Montreal, lea- 
CM., 105 Canibic, res 2(14 Gran- ther belting, Ws L. Leonard 
villo. Tel 1:^0, res Tol 1^0 & co., agents 

Robertson & Co.,notaries pub- 
lic, real estate brokers, insur- 
ance and gen agents, 307 
Cordova 

" Dtivid, of llobi'rtson & Ilackelt, 

ros llonior 
" I), clerk O.P.R uen ..fficrs 
" F.M., clerU land ciopl C.l'.H,, 204 

Gran villo 
«' Gideon, ot Roliertson & Co., res 

327 0|)|ieiiiieinier 



61i L»|)|ieiineinier 
EOBEliTS. >N Gl LHKirr, stoves and 
linware, 220 llaslings, res 142 
Alexander 

Robertson & Hackett,contrac- 
tors and builders, Hamilton 

lei Hastiiiiis & Pender 

Eol'crlson Harvey, awning inaker,re» 
528 Po^vell 
" Jolin, jilasterer Turnbiill & Co. 

Robertson Robert, Cents Fur- 

iiisliings, 113 Carroll, res 416 Of 
penlieimer 

" Wm. II., grocer, Powell cor 
Hayes 
Eobeson Tlios., hardware, Alliambra 
boiel 



Kobin Tawel, of Robin & Silverman- 
res 31 C'ordova 
" & Silverman, loan otlice, 24 
Abbott 
Robinson Arthur Joseph, miner, lU 
Coliinihia 
'< Arthnr G., laborer, res roar 113 

Hastings 
" Aliila M, Miss, teacher, res 705 

W« St minster av 
'' David, contractor, rooms 415 

Homer 
" Douglas, C.PR. Princess nr Carl 
" Fieming, C.P.K., res Haro nr 

Bronghton 
" F., night watchman C.P.E,, 

Nicola nr Robson 
" Henry Krnest, clerk, bds Golden 

Gate hotel 
« James Wm,, apprentice, 114 Car- 
roll- 
•' James W., of R. A. Anderson & 

Co., bds Lelund 
" John, saw tiler, (!2 Water 
" Robert, warphousenuin,28 VVater, 

res 452 Homer 
" Richard, baggaife niasterC.P.R, 

ro« Alborni nr Nicola 
" Robt., carpenter, bds 3 10 Cambio 
" S. W,, of Gordon & Robiuflon, 
210 Cordova 



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Eobliti Fnink 11., sawyer R. C. P. M. 
C').. res 11 Iliistiiiirs W 
" Nollio Mrs., wid, Frank, IIowc nr 
racilic 
Robsoii rov Kb., IFomcr Sf. Methodist, 
oliurch re-< I^OO iroiner 
" Tlios. Hood, res 220 Harris 
Roclions John, hiltoror, bds >Si()harle.s 

hotel 
Roduers Jonathan, painter, 321 Ricli- 

ards 
Rodiar O., cornieemaker, Homer nr 

]K'lm(dven 
Eot'ddo (riistavc A., bookbinder Xews 
Advertiser, 102 Hastings W, res 225 
Harris 
Rogers A. ,T., anotionoer and real estate, 

10!» Cam bio 
Rogers Ernest, painter, bdsGrej'liound 
hotel 
" C;«])t., 51(5 Cordova 
" yi.wy Ann Mrs., 530 Seymour 
" Eiizatelh Jane Miss, 536 Sey- 
mour 
" \Vm., telegraph operator, 5(50 
Seymour 
Roland iMary Alio. Mrs.,l'7i Hastings E 
Rolling W., emp. Ji.C P.M. Co. 
Rolls Dr. J. F., mgr., 115 Carroll, res 

cor llastiiigH& Powell 
R. V. CUinU 'H OF OUR LADY OF 
TIII<: JiOSARY, Rev. Pairic k Fa}, 
rector, Rieliards cor Dunsmuir 
Romang Joseph, res 310 Homer 
Riioke Tlios. Stepiien, druggist, 317 

Hastings W, res 23 Pender 
Rooiiey John, chief mail clerk, 200 

Cordova 
Rose David, brass finisher, bds 13 Col- 
umbia av 
" M . S. Mrs., bdg dept Union hotel, 
19 Abbott 

Rose Mark S., stoves, tinner, 

plumbing, etc., 23 Abboit, res Uuion 
hotel 

Eoseberry — , 110 Water 
" Goo., phistcror, rea Regina hotel 



REAL * ESTATE 

AND 

LOAN AGENCY, 
163 CORDOYA ST.. YA>T( UTER, B. C. 

BEAIi ESTATK IN AI.L. PAKTS OP THK 
CITY AND FROVINCK. 

MONEY TO LOAN. 



Rosenberg Alfred, carpenter, res 5th 

ave 
Ross Ahl,. painter, 209 Se^'mour -^l 

" A. .Miss, dressmaker, res Oppon- -t-l, i '\ 

beimer nr Heat ley 
" A. W.. .Al.P.. of Ross & Ceperley, 

res Hotel A^ancouver 
" Donald A., mgr V. W. Co., 122 

Cor<lova, res 015 Sej^mour 
" Frederick, machinist, 122 Alex- 
ander 

Horace, clerk, 158 Cordova '*'"i"lii ' 1 1? i '5' 

Helen Miss, domestic, Georgia i-'^' ^\^'\%■ 

nr Bute --^L!^ flljilill 

John F,, V. C. F., res 0th avo ■*>!: 

Malcolm, longshoreman, 19 Ab- 
1)0 tt 

Mary Miss, Melville nr Thurlow 
Maude Miss, 11 Dupont 









Ross & Ceperley, real estate 
and insurance agents, 313 

Hastings W. Tel 12. See corner 
cards 

Ross Robt. J., lal)orer, res cor Oppon- 

heinier and Heat ley av 
«' Roderick, sr., H. B. Co. officer, 

res Melville bet Burrai'd and 

Thurlow 
" Roderick, jr., res Melville bet 

Thurlow and Burrard 
" Win., fruits, 33 Carroll 
Rothsoy House, Mrs, Stewart, prop 
421 Richards. Tel. 188 



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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary Public. Insurance. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

8IS MASTIIH(BS ST.» 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 

Eous^ier Jas. G., of Eougior& Ha}', 12 

Abbott 
Hound FieJerick, tjas works, 12th av 
RoundK Chas, stone mason, 160 Water 
Eoukes Geoi'ire, engineer C.P.R., bds 

Glasgow Ivitel 
Roun,srel!& Co., veal estate, 190 Cor- 
dova. Tel 22 
" Charlea Aubrey, ins clerk Ro88& 

Ceperley, res 329 Hamilton 
" Frank Wm., bookkeeper for 
lioss & Ceperley, res 329 Ham- 
illon 
" Geo. F., of Jas H. Woodworlh 

& Co., res 3:^9 Hamilton 
" John, of Rounslell & Co., re8329 

Hamilton 
'< Mary Miss. 329 Hamilton 
Rousseau & Co., James, 
Boots & Shoes, 28 Cordova 

Roward Francis, brioklayer West- 
minster av nr IGlh av 

Rowley John Capper, painter, 104 
Hamilton 

Roy Amada, carpenter, res Seymour 
nr Pacific 

Royal Canadian Fire Insu. 
ranee Co., of Montreal,F)'oss 
& Ceperiey, agts,Po8t Office 
blocic, 313 Hastings 

Royal City Planing Mills Co., 
office 368 Carroll, R. C. Fer- 
guson, SUpt. Tel 43. See adv 

on front cover. 



ROYAL ELECTRIC CO., W. L- 
Leonard & Co., agents 
" Fire Ins. Co of Liverpool, Mayor 

& Pearson, agents 
" Tea Co., 8 Carroll. Tel 2;?8 
Royds Clement, Seaton nr Burrard 
Uusliton John, machinist V.C. F., res 
20(5 Dui.sniuir 
" John, clerk W. Middleton, ros 
20G Dunsmnir 
Russell Chas., of Russell, McDonald & 
Co., res Victoria 
" Findlay R., law clerk, 332 Cor- 
dova, rooms 16 FergUNon block 
RUSSKLL JOS HP II AMBROSE, 
LL.B., of Yates, Jay & Russell, bar- 
risters, IxJs 16 Fergu.'«on block 
Russell, Mcl'onald & Co., auctioneers, 

71 Cordova 
Rutherfi rd B. M. Miss, teacher, Bur- 
rard nr E;i relay 
Ryan Annie Miss, 500 Pender 
" May Miss, waitress, 14 Abbott 
" Nellie Mis?. 500 Pender 



C. WHETHAM & CO., 

Real Estate Brokers, 

Financial and Insurance Agents, 

Corner Cordova & Gamble Sts., 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 

P.O. Box 47 7. Tclcpljope No. aia. 



Special Attention given to Investments and 
the Management of Kstates for Nou- Kesidents. 



SACRED HEART ACADEMY, Sis- 
ters of St. Atme, sister Mary Alex- 
ander, supr, 303 Dunsmuir cor 
Homer 

Sale Sadie Miss, res Keefer 

Salsbury Sarah Mrs., sen., 455 Rich- 
ards 

SALSBURY WM FERRIMAN, local 
treasurer C.P.R., res 718 Hastings 
W. TellOS 



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HENRY PORTER, 

Manufacturer of 

Sonora Tanned 
Liace Ijeather^ 

Ciiaraiiteed to le the toujiliest in existence. 
436 Visitation Street. 

Sill vat ion Army quarters, 532 Wost- 
minsier nv 
" Army Hall, Capt. Ilam, cor Ab- 
bott and Water 
Siimson A., carpeai'^r, bds St. Charles 

hotel 
Sanders Edwin, carpenfer, res 51G 
Prineesrt 
" H. J., druggist's asst, res 26 

(lore av 
'• Wm. Hector, jr., printer, 323 
Hustings W, bds 51(J Princess 
San Frjincisco Hotel, C. Burklaud, 175 
Water 
" Francisco Union Marine Ins.Co., 
Capt. W. Clements, agent 
Sun Juan Lime Co. Works, Powell 
nr Campbell av 

Sansom & Dawson, archi- 
tects, 617 Hastings W 

Siinsom Wyndham, of Sansom & Daw- 
son, ronms Westminster av 

Sargent Henry King, tallyman Fader 
Bros., Granville nr Diake 
" Fred., caipentor, 222 Harris 
" Mrs., midwife and nurse, res 
320 Harris 

Sarseville Cbas., engineer, 500 Pender 

Satcliell Geo., bricklayer, Dunlevy av 
" Geoi'ge, lal)orer. Prior 
" Joseph, laborer. Prior 
" Joseph, laborer, Dun levy av 

Satell S., carpenter, bds St Charles 
hotel 



Carpets, 

Floor Coverings 
and Curtains. 

The Largest Stock in the Dominion is carried by 

THOMAS LICGET, 

1884 Noire Dame St., - MONTREAL. 

Mail Orders promptly filled and Samples forwarded. 

Saul John, of Saul & Waite, les 320 
Homer 
•' & Waite, contractors and build- 
ers, 320 Homer 
Saunders Clias., gardener, res West- 
minster road 
Saxe CUMnoiit,<w)k, 37 Cordova 
Sayers Tlios., livery. Trounce Alloy, res 

Granville luttel 
Sayward VV. P., of Kurtz & Co., res 

Vi'*toria 
Scaife Harr}' Alex., bartender Louvre 
Schenick Elizabeth Mrs., widThos. D., 

res Homer nr Davie 
Schmidt Gus., chief cook hotel Van- 
couver 
" Stephen Henry, rooms Homer, 
cor Cordova " 

Schneider Fritz, prop Glas- 
gow hotel, Westminster av cor Du- 
pont. Tel 194 

Schofield F., sojiiiv-, 434 Cordova, 

bds Douglas House 
Schotield Frederick J., clerk freight 
dopt C.P.ll., res 637 Seymour 
" James, freight dept C.P.R, res 
637 Seymour 
Scholes Thos., stone cutter, Kcefor nr 

Gore av 
Sciffins Fred., laborer V.S.J. Lime Co., 

ret: Powell nr Eaymur 
Scott David, car repairer C.P.R, Water 
front nr Westminster av 



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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPEriLEY, 

Notary Public. Insurance. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE ft INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

813 MAS'3'IKeS ST., 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 



Scott Genrife D., insurance canviiHHor' 

13 Colnmbia 
George IJ., lab, Homov nr Pniko 
John, bricklayer, Kobson iir 

Nicola 
& Li Hie, props Nortl)ern hotel, 

30 Hastings W 
Leonard, butcher, 55 Cordova, 

bds Central hotel 
Eobt., laborer, 313 Goi'o av 
Eobert, lirickiayer, 313 (Tore av 
8am., clerk Wilson's, res Alliani- 

bra 
Sam. Noble, of Scott & Lillie, 

30 Ha>tings W 
Thomas, millhand, G. Cassady & 

Co., bds 318 Homer 
Walter C, clerk, 204 Cordova 









Scottish Union & Nations! 
Fire Ins. Co. RossA Ceperly? 
agents, Post Office blocic 
813 Hastings W 

Scoullar Andrew Wm., mgr E. S. 
Scoullar& Co., res cor Kobinson and 
Thurlow 

Scoullar E. S., & Co., stoves, 

etc., plumbers and steamlitlers, lt!2 

Water. Tel 38, and New York 

Block, Granvillu. To! 17(i 
Scoullar Edwin Sayre, of E, S. Scoul- 

ler & Co., res NewWeslminster City 
Scrivener James, clerk, bds Greyhound 



Scuitto ,Tohn, & Co., bakers and grocers 
5 Powell 
'* Jno., of Scuitto& Co., res 8 Alex- 
ander 
Scurry Clias., barl>er, 25 Abbott 
•' Klijah, barber, 25 Aiibott 

Scurry H. T., mgr Abbott St. 

Shaving Parlors and Baths, 25 Ab- 
bott 
Scajohn John, fireman, 540 Seymour 
Seeker Robert, waiter, 429 Granville 
Secord Angus, contractor, res Oppeii- 

heimer and Dunlevy av 
SEHL JACOB, furniture, house fur- 
nishings and crockery, (J4 Cordova, 
Ohas Hach, mgr 
Seliwahn Chas., lal>orer, ros *7th av 
Seitz Wilhelm, G2 Westminster av 

Senate Hotel & C^ > House, 

Frank H, McDavit i, 37 Coi- 

dova 
" Saloon, McLean & Stevenson, 
props, 3l> Cordova 
Sontell Alfred J., carpenter, res 409 
Hastings E 
" Bros., contractors, 409 Hastiim-s 

E 
" Elward, res 409 Hastings E 
" Ephraim B., carpenter, res 409 

IL'istings E 
" Florence Miss, 409 Hastings M 
" Frederick W., carpenter, res 409 

Hastings E 
" George J., tinner, res 409 Hast- 
ings E 
Sevigne Bert, IL S. M. 
Seydon & McGarrigl.^, painters, Hast- 
ings E nr Gore av 
*' Chas., emp. R.C.P.M. Co., res 
rear 111 Hastings E 
Seymour Alex., laborer, Water front 

nr Westminster av 
Shackeltord 11. S., V. S., bds L')uvro 
Shan Fratdf, Granville nr Drake 

Shannon & McLachlan, real 
estate and financial agents, 
523 Hastings W 



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Shannon Office, Files and 
Cabinets, Robertson & Co., 
Agents, 307 Cordova 

" S. W., lirinor, luls Slowart Honso 
" Wm.. of Sliiintinn & McLachlnM, 
ros Hiiro tir Biito 
Sliai'pe Jiinios, bookUoepor II. B. Co., 

ros liiclmnis 
Shnrpiiel Wiiltor, res Kocfer 
SImrniiiii Jiobt., res over H28 Seymour 
Sliiiver John, plumuor, 211 (rrMnvillo 

" Nicliolas, 211 (irunvillo 
Slmw (r., eai'peiilor, Oppenhoimor nr 
Carl 
" Malcolm S., clerk A. Godfrey & 

Co., res Columbia av 
" Robt. (reo., boat builder, foot 

Cam bio 
" TI10.S. A., speculator, Hornby nr 
PaciHc 
Shearer John A., carpenter, row Ham- 
ilton 
" John Scot t, teamster, 439 Homer 
Slioen Oaniel, i)lacksmilli C.P.R., res 

1137 Seymour 
Sheldon Wm.W., carpenter, 42 Park av 

Shelton & Co., furniture and 
upholsterer; house furnish- 
ings, 408 Hastins;s W. nr 
Richards. '^'<^<^ t^^" bdoio 



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FONERAL DIRECTOR and E1.\L1R 

STOCK COMVLETE 



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Shelton Giles, car inspo(.tor C.P.E., 
res Eveloi<jjh nr Btirrard 

" Henry Tlios., mjrr Shelton & Co., 
res Richards 
Shepard S., em p. R.C.P.M. Co. 
Shepherd — , 19 Water 
Sherbrook Dinini; rooms, 21 Water 

" John, laborer, 315 Seymour 
Sherin<jj James Beiij., tailor, res 760 

Westminster av 
Sherridan Sam., carpenter, 175 Water 
Shintatt'er Jas., of Wood & Sninlatter, 

220Waler 
Sliippioi^ Olflco, Wilson McKinnon, 

sliipiMiiiJC master, l Water 
Shirley Thos., bailitl", 2ut] Cordova, 

res 311 Homer 



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Shook Diivid E., 228 Wostminstor av 
" D. E. Mrs., dressmaker, West- 
minster uv 
" F , belllioy Vancouvor hotel 
Shoi t Beiijiimiii James, Ixjokkeeper 204 
Cordova res Fcndroll iir Thurlow 
" Bortniiid Hanes, painter, res 

I'endrell iir Tliurlow 
" Wm. AfKlrew, clerk, 208 Cordo- 
va res Pendtr 
Shotlen Allison, carpenter li.CP.M.Oo. 
Shiirirold Ed will, expressman, (j'tli av 
Sidney Matthew, carpenter, Cordova 
Silverman K., of Robin & Silverman, 

res 418 Oppenheiuier 
Simmiiij^ftoi! John, carpenter, rear 308 

Seymour 
Simon Albert, G02 Hastings E 

Amelia Miss, 200 lIuHtings E 
Bernard, merchant tailor, 106 
Carroll, res 209 Hastings E 
" Jacob, apprentice Krutz & Co., 
;js209 Hastings K 
Simpson Bros., merchant tailors 403 
(rraiiville 
" — , rooms 416 Cordova 
" Calberl, storekee|)er H.S.M. 

SIMPSON DAVID, mgr Baidi B. N. 

A., res 416 Cordova 
lra,carpenter,315\Vustminstor av 
John, bartender Cosmopoliton, 

101 Cordova 
John, of Simpsom Bros., ros 

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" Thos,, driver Vancouver Fire 

dept, 14 Water 
" Zachariah of Simpson Bros., ros 
Bea.h av 
Sinclair F. G., gen. haiiijfane agent 
C.P.E., res 342 Seymour ' 
" John, carpenter, b>is 180 Water 
" W. D.,druggist,l)(ls 5(>0 Sevmoui- 
Sinnott C. W., carpenter, 5(30 803-- 

m(»iir 
Sisson Wm. Hen i;}-, grocer, Pender cor 
Granville 
" Tiios., boo'. keeper, res Pender 

nr Biirrard 
" T. W. emp. B.C.P.M. Co. 
SISTKRS OF ST ANXK, SACRFJ) 
HEAirr ACADIOMY. sister Mary 
Alexander, supr, Dutismuir cor 
Homer 
Skene W., agent, Graiiville nr Duns- 

miiir, res 338 Seymour, Tel 77 
Skirtiiigl')!) Gf'orge, machinist C P. R. 

8h()}»s, bds (Colonial hoiel 
Skinner K. Miss, 229 Hayings W 
Arthur Krtiest, 229 Hastings 
Mrs. & Miss, bdg hse, 229 Ila- 1- 
ing* W 

" Ilobt. James Forestry, inspeo- 
tor. Masonic blk.,ros Ilobson I'r 
Jervis 
Slade John,clork,8 Carroll, res Gore av 
" Chas., laborer, 13th av 
" Geo. Frederick, ros Hamiltoi: 
" John, painter. Gore av 
Slater Chas. Richard, teller Bank of 
B. (\, res 314 Alexander 
" Elizabeth Mi»s,res314 AlexaMclcr 

Slater C F., mnf r and dealer 
in cedar lumber, and clear 
cedar shingles, Vancouver 
shingle miM, office and yard 
on False Creek, foot of Cam* 
b|e, res Hamilton 

Sloan AVm., clerk J. S. Cluto & Co., 135 
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Small Alex., If bdrer, Beatty 
" Daviil, liil>orci', Eeutty 
" IJi)l)orl, hihoror, res Bejitty 
" Willinm, diivi- V. T. Co. 
SmalK'V John, suwyor, H13 Drake 
" Win., mill liJind, 313 l>>iiko 
Smart Ji's^ie Miss.s, millii er, Cordova 
Sinilt's Robert, ship builder, Kubsun nr 

Thuilow 
Siiiitli — , baker, 426 Cordova 
" -. laborer, (^anipbel! nr Harris 
'' — , tcaiiisiei', KM' Tlairiw 
'' Alexander H., drau^htsinun, 

Hornby nr Nelson 
" A iihiT Neville, bookkeeper, res 

Nelson nr Burrard 
" Arthur \V..bookkeeper,10 Water, 

res eor Burrard and Nelson 
'' Alfred A., pattern maker Vatic. 
Irot Works, res 516 Alexander 
" A. B., fhielelerk Hot'd Vancou- 
ver 
" Benjamin N., 32*7 Howe 

Smith B o8., manufacturers 
and impor ers of fine u».hoi- 

sitMvd tnrniture, 513 Pender 
SMITH CHAS..& CO., duplex pumps, 

W^. L. Leonard & Co., ai.'•enl^' 
Smith 1). A., of Smith Bro.s., 5'3 I'en- 

dei* 
" E. F., clerk pay rolls dept C.P.R., 

421 J{ichards 
" Ed., 319 Hastin^'sE 
" Flora Mi .s, 121 Dupont 
" FIosbIo 'liiss, 123 Dupont 






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MONEY TO LOAN. 

" Florence Nevile Miss, Nelson nr 

Burrai'd 
" Frederick H., messenjjter Dom. 
Exp. Co., looms over P.O. 
(reor<.(e, <lriver, 311> Hastinsifs E 
J. C, waiter Hotel Visncouver 
James, moulder V. C. F., bda 
628 Powell 
" James A,, of Smith Bios., 513 

Pender 
" John, janitor C. P. R. <i;en. offices 

Smith John Allen,Real .state 

broker, 113 Camb'e 
Smith Joht' Jameis, teamster, 107 Bar- 
nard 
" John Forres, clerk, C. Whoth- 

am &Co. 
" Joseph, farmer, res Howe bet 
Drake and PaciKc 

Jossie Miss, 121 Dupont 

Katie Miss, dressmaker. Homer 
nr Cordova, res 131 Hastint^s E 

i\ iirieth, res Keefer 

Tiister Nevil 0, cashier local 
treasurer's dept C. P. 11., res 
Nelson nr Burrard 

Louie Miss, domestic, 531 Sey- 
mour 

Malcolm, carpenter, 634 Hast- 
iiiffsE 

Matlie Mrs., rear 330 Carroll 

Nevile, collector News Adver- 
tiser, Nelson nr Burrard 

Robert, carpenter, res 6th uvo 

Samuel, 345 Howe 






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Smith ThoH., laborer, foot Carroll 
" Thos. AloxjintUM". engineer G. 
Cnssacly& Co., re.sSoymour, iir 
Pacific 
" Thos. L., carpenter, Barclaj' iir 

Thurlow 
" Wiliisim, carpenter, res 310 Dii- 
pont 
Fmyth Annie C. Miss, bdg house, 530 
Se3nu)ur 
" Bell Miss, 5'^0 Seymour 
Snowdon Horace Lloyd, lumher agent, 

418 Cordova 
Snyder J^'imer, 315 Westminster ave I 
Soames Edith Miss, domestic, Georgia | 
nr Thurlow 
" (leo., laborer, 130 Alexander 
Soland Auy:ust, miilhand II. S. M. 
Sommers Miss, G Powell, res Ilomor 
Sommerville F., bell boy hotel Van- 
couver 
" William, capt of scow, for W. S. 
Cook, res Westminster ave 
So ensen Gustave J.,ofSorensen,& Co., 
res 317 Hastings W 

Sorensen&Cc, props. Medi- 
cal Hall, 317 Hastings W, 

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Scule William (.oorge,clerk, Alexander 

nr Havvkes av 
SOULE WILLIAM HENllY, bIovo- 

dore contractor, ren 340 Powell cor 

Dun levy av 
Soule^'i ThoH. W., of Soulos & York, ros 

521 Seymour 



Soules & York, groceries,! uit 

and produce, 180 (Jordova 

S])ear A., bell boy hotel Vancouver 
" John, gardener, res 421t Gran- 
ville 

Spencer Caroline Mrs., wid, 140 Hast- 
ings 

Spicer Favelock H., bookkeeper G. P. 
Slater 

S)'iliman C, painter, 112 Hastings, res 
Hotel Vancouver 

Sj>ink Tlios. Alexander, foreman News 
A'ivcrliscr, res Cambie nr Ilob^on 

Spinks John Al., of Tatlow iJc Spinks 
res Pender nrBurrard. Tel 157 

Spoft'ord W., job printer, "News Ad- 
vertiser" 

Spooner John,carpenter.lO HastintjsE 

Spring George, stableman, Pender 
*' Thojnas Beverlev,cotiiraci(ir anil 
builder, res 300 OppeiihciuKr 

Sprinirer Benjamin, mgr 3lo()d\villo 
Saw Mill Co., res Moodyville. Tel 8;5 

Spriniicr Louis, Bk of B. N.A.,bds 30 T 
Powell 

Sijuier William Harvey, of Mitchell 
& Squier, b<l8 Windsor 

St Andrew's Church Presby- 
terian, Georgia cor Richards 

St Andrew's Society, Wilson Block 
Si Charles hotel, Ryan Sisters, props, 

500 I'ender 
St Clair J, Douglas, blacksmith for 

McNabb, bds 213 AI)bott 
St George's Society rooms, Bell Irving 

bloik 
St J amc.-s Church Episcopal, Oppenhei- 
mer coi- Gore ave 

" School, H. J. Campbell, M. A., 
Opj)enheimer cor Gore iive 
St Lanrant A.,carpeiiter,bdsSlCii!irli'S 

hotel 
St Luke's Homo, Private ho-'pitnl, 

Sister Francis in charge, 311 Opju'ii- 

heimer. Tel 79 
Sl Patrick's Society, room 15 Forgu- 

son block, Eichurds cor Hustings 



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StPiUil's Cliurt'li, Kpiiscopjilrev Henr^' 

Edwards, Hornby nr Divie 
Stiicoy Lyman C, Hawyer H.S.M., res 
Powell nr Ilawkes av 
" Win, II., phi>terer, 204 Harris 
Slatt'onl Jolm, well sinker, Gore ave 
" Wni W., printer New Advertiser, 
. res 5tli ave 

Stag& Pheasant Hotel, Ceo. 

Dooring, prop, 170 Water | 

Sialilscliniidt's office, chureli, scliool ! 

and Iodide ♦"".:•:!' tui'o, llobertsou k 

Co., a,u;enls, 307 Cordova 
Stalker G., bridge carpenter C.P.R. j 
Stunies Creo., laborer, 13(J Alexander j 
Stantor i James, coniractorand builder 

ros 24 Dan levy ave 

Standard Life Assurance Co. 
of Edinburgh, A. A. Boaic, 
agent, 307 Cordova 

Standard Oil Co.,C.C. Morrell, 
agent, 178 Cordova. Tel 133 

Staniijpo 
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Wm. L., Btoneinuson, bds 



Stanley Bros., photographers, 

2 Powell 

Stanley Hdward Hall, ofStanloy Bros., 
res 001) Powell 
" (Hiberl, ot Stanley Bros., res (iOi) , 
I'owell I 

" Park 8iables,Qnecn Bros., prop«, { 
(ieorgia nr Seymour i 

" Park, Coal Uiirl)or, Henry Kvi- 
Hon, park ranger | 

Staplelon Cbristopher,jun.,res KUli ave , 
" Cliri.-«loplier,son.,j)ainter C.lMt., 
res 10 in ave , 

" Joseph, lOlli ave | 

" Cliristopher, messenger, 10th av ^ 
Stark Wm., contractor, Westminster av 
Starke T. C., bricklayer, 530 Seymour 
Starratt J.Cbas.,ot'Si.arrutt & Leallier- 
dule, Abbott 



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Starrett & Leatherdale, stables 
Trounce Alley. Tel 57 

" Chas., ot'Starrett& Leatherdale, 
res C^)smopolitan 

" H. B., railroader, bds 13 Colum- 
bia av 

Stearman Fred. CInis., 328 Cordovji, 

res 335 Soytnonr 
Steele JuMies, longshoreman, foot Car- 
roll 
" Wm..diiv.>r, 143 Water 

William Butler, titter C.P.R. 
-imiis, res (Quebec cor 0th av 
Steeves .Millaril ^taldeman, C.iml)ie 
Sieigetd)oi'ger Allred, brickm: ker, 0th 
avenue 

Stephens Fred, B., clerk. 203()p]>en- 

licimer 
'« (r. B., driver V. T. < ,, 320 Cur- 
roll 
" James Ai'cliibald, shoemaker, 11 

Abbott, res Jubilee restanrant 
" RoliertWm., tinner, lt'.2 ater, 

res l'(!nder 
Stephenson liobert, tinnei, od.s 210 

Pender 
" Thos., City street supt., bds Bal- 

nn)i'i\l 
Stevens Alfred E., despatcherC. P. R., 

1) Is Letand House 
" Alfred, Howe nr Smith 
" David Thos., clerk C. P. R., 

Howe nr Smith 
" Fred. B., clerk, ro8 203 Opi)en- 

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REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

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Slovens Jiimes A., slioomakoi', 15 Cor- 
dova 
Stevenson Eiuly, M. D., 116 Hast- 

in<fs E 

" Herl)ort. fisIi(M'm!iii, I'es Alox- 

jin<ler street Be.a-li 
Steves Wm. F., stableman, bds North- 
ern liotel 
Stewart — , sawmill, (Jranvillo nr 

Dr.iko 
" Alexander, moulder V. C. F., res 

450 Alexan<ler 
" Allan (Jampltell, teacher, 114 

H:istin<rs:<: 
" Clias., comp. " News-- Adver- 
tiser/' 21i Harris 
Annie Miss, 21 1 Jlnrris 
Donald ('., tailor, 1 14 llMstin-^s E 
" Donald M., teani-tcr, 21 1 Harris 
" Emily V. Miss, teuelier, 1 I I 11 ist- 

ings E 
" J'rank Eeid, booUkeeper, 28 

Water, res (Iranville 
'< F. II., bds Stewai-t House 
" F. W., clerk C.lMl. gen offices 
" (reo., Alexander 
" (reorgo, tailor, 10(5 Cambie, bd* 

Oriental 

Stewart House, Ward & Shin- 
tatter, props, 21 U Water 

Stewart James, elerk Oppenheimer 
Bros., 505 Hastings E 

, " James, laborer V. W. W. Co., 
res Gore cor Princess 






Stewart James, emp E.C.P.M. Co. 
" James Duff, elerk C. P. R., res 

42(5 Hastings E 
" John Malcolm, re.s 512 Alex- 
ander 
" John, ledger keeper BnnK of B 

C, res 421 KieliMids 
" John Colin, carpenter, Diinsmuir 

nr Richards 
" M. Mrs., Rothesiiy nf>use. bojird- 

ing42l Richard.-, Tel 188 
" Richard, laborer, res Alexamier 

St Beach 
" T. C, R. C. P. M. Co., bds 110 

(Carroll 
" Wm., 212 Cordova 
" Wm., tailor, 20(» Cordova 
" Wm. (Iriv.r 75 Water ves TT.. . 

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Stirtan C. S., & Co., clothing, 

gents, fui nishir)gs and mer tailors, 
2:^8 Cordova 

Stirtan (Jeo. Stephen, of Stirt:ui & Co., 

2;<8 Cordova, res ^S'O Homer 
Stitt John Rowland, X. Y. Jiif(> Ins. 
Co.'s agent, res Barclay opp Sdiodl 
StocUbam Kred., biikei-, 3 Carroll 
Stockhammer Joseph, bricklayer, bds 

Pacitic hotel 
StoddarL Bros., jewellers. 112 I'amliio 
" (Jeorge T., messenger Doni. !'i..- 

press, rooms 45<> Seymour 
" Jiobt. F., of Sloddari Bros., ros 
i ;!5:i Howe 

I " Wm. .lames, of Sloddari Bios., 
j 112 Cambie 

IStoneR. L., millband H. S. M. 
Straliun Fraid<, of Irving k StraLaii, 
res 3 Hi Seymour 

StraubeVal, practical gun and 

loiiv smiili, 'J Abbott 

Slraube V. J., gunsmith, 4 14 Cordova 
Street Richard, expressman, !)tli av 
Strong A., bds St Charles hotel 
Struthers Alexander, carpenter, res 
131 Keefer 



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512 Alox- 

!ank of B. 

, Dansmuir 

Mise. board- 
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Stnitt Cbi>«. II., dry floods, 164 Cor- 
dova, ros Albcrni nr Broui^liton 

Stuart James, porler Op))eiibeimer 
IJrosi., res 505 llastings E 

Suuldoii Allred, res Gore av 
" Fred., res Gore av 

Suckling' AH'n^d K., clerk gen snpt's 
dept C.P.E., rooms 4 is\'W York 
block 

" Henry Welch, artist, 504 Cor- 
dova 

Suiiimarrt Fukashi, Jai)anpse consul, 
421 Hiiwe 

Sullivan ArtiinrW., 207 Oppenhcimer 
•' Clias. E. S., 297 Oppenbeimer 
" Josephine Mr.s., vvid Piiilip, 297 
Oppenbeimer 

Sully Geo., millhandH. S. M. 

Miiiniors Kdgar II., barleuJer, 500 
C<»rdova 
" James, prop White Swan hotel 
" Fanny Miss, Homer nr Eobson 
" Mrs. James, 1109 Howe 
" Jnjin, carptr, Horner nr Rohson 
" Jiebeccii Miss, Homer nr Rob.son 

Siiinincrvillc Wm., laborer, 707 West- 
mi ii>.ler uv 

Suiiii> side hotel, McGirr & McCosker}-, 
1,1. ".ps, 1 Water. Tel 97 

Siulieiland (Jiarencc H., sawyer Van- 
couver Shingle Mill, bds Uumbia 
nr (it^orgia 

SUTHKJUjANI) MUHRISOX, im- 
migration agent, 530 Cordova, res 
Genrgia nr J;irvis. Tel 14H 

Sutherland Owen A., bookkeeper H. 
y.M., res 50 Westminster av 
" Siimuel, clerk, 75 Water 

Swain Samuel, baker, Seymour cor 
Diake 
" Wiley, janitor, 138 Hastings 

Srtulwull "kichard F., plumber, 162 
Water, res 7lhuv 

Swiiii August, of Swan & Dooring, 93 
Cordova 
" Edward, of Swau.son & Swan, 146 

Water 
" Fred., bartender, 93 Cordova 



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Swan Geo., laborer, Oppenbeimer E. of 
Campbell 
" Frederick, laborer, res Aloxan- 

(U'r street Reach 
" Susan Miss,mairon City Hospital 
Swan-on Allred, ol tSwaiisuu li 8\vau, 
146 Water 

Swanson & Swan props Carn- 
brinus hotel. 146 Water 

Sweeney Campbell, mgr Bank 

of Montreal, 440 Hastings W 
Sweet Clinton J., of Sweet & Ashbury, 

Pentler 
Symons Charles, collector, 27 Cordova, 

res 323 Hamilton 
Taalfe Margaret Mrs., wid, 763 West- 
minster av 

" Martin, R.C.P.M., '13 West- 

minster av 
Talcott K W., or Kent & "! ..fot , 0I6 

Cordova 



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can always be bad ut lowest (igures tiiroiigh 

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Tupley John, confoctioncry, 220 Cor- 
dova 
Tarn Mark, cnrponter, 208 Alexander 
Tanner J. S., 340 Kowe 
Tute !>„ eni|) H. C. P. M. Co. 
Tatham Fred. Moore, laborer, Alexan- 
der 
" Freil. Moore, laborer, Water front 
nr Westminster av 

Tatlow & SpinkSy real estate 
and fire insurance agents, 
338 Cordova. Tel 60 

Tatlow IJobt. Garnett, of Tatlow & 

Spinks, res Ponder nr Eurrard. Tel 

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T tersall H., second porter Hotel 

Vancouver 
Tayes Alex., teamster T. Dunn & Co., 

res 52 (ron- av 
Taylor Ada Miss, 44 DiiponL 

" Jvlmund C, Nelson nr Bute 

" Fred., bottler, (jtl. av 

" Frank David, logger, bds Stewart 
Hoii>e 

«' (leo. M., machinist C.P.E., 637 
JSeytiiour 

" G. F., tireman, 540 Seymour 

" Geo. JR., carpenter, res 10 West- 
mi iisier av 

" H. (r., carpenter, Westminster av 

" G. W., bds 1(JG Water 

" John Geo., prop Ontario House, 
Pender nr ilicliards 

" John, emp. H.S.M. 



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436 ViSITATIOJ STREET. 

Taylor John, machinist, 110 Alexaiuior 
'' John, logger, bds \i\i\ Water 

Taylor John A., boots and 

shoes. 11 Aldioit,res 414 CamMo 

" Lorina >r., bookkeejK-r, lltli av 

nr \Ve>tmiii>ter av 
" Orril 11., R.C.RM. Co., 10 West* 

minsier av 
" Kobi. lilaekwixxl, carpenter, lOih 

ave 
" Wni.. upliol.xlerer, 4«IS Ilarstiiigs 

W, res 10 Wcr*tiriinster av 
" Wm., of Davis A: Taylor, res 422 

Pender 
" Walter, res Nelson nr Bute 
" Will., carpenter, Drake nr lldwo 
*' AVilliain A., carpenter, res ol.'J 

Hastings 10 
" AV. G., apprentice, 10 Westmin- 
ster av 
" AVm. S., of Davis A: Taylor, re-, 

Pender 
" William John, undertaker, 8 Op- 

penheimer, res same 
Teather — , artist, 510 Cordova 
Tebbs Samuel A., gardener, ros 320 
Bealty 

TeetzelChas. W., agent New 

J{aymond machine, 115 Cambio, res 

309 Eichards 

Telegraph C. P. R., Granville 
nr Georgia. Tel 8Sc 



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REAL * ESTATE 



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LOAN AGENCY. 

ThcL.'r;40st Slock in the Do.nimo,. is carrieJ l,y I53 CORDOVA ST., VANCJ^UVER, B. C. 

THOMAS LICGET, 

1^51 Notre Daiue St., - MONTREAL. 

Mail Order-, i.n.mi.llj- lilled and Samples furwariled. MONEY TO LOAN. 



KEAL. ESTATK IN AM^ PARTS OF THE 
CITY AND PROVINCE. 



Telephone OiTlce, 517 Hast- The Daily and Weekly News Advor- 
' iisi;r, \\ C. Cotton, ediioi- and 

niirr.. 11!) Catiibie 



ings West 

llMiiart^iiarlcs Henry, fitter fMM?., 
I iv> Kii-liarls boi l>avie and [>rake 
lT'm|ili'i('ii Wni., irrocer. 12MJ'arroll 
ll-rmiiial (*ily Hnildin:; Sitciety otliee. 
WMmmi lilo'/U, Win. Knox, se -y. 



iTerminus Hotel, Wm. R. \ 

Hii's prop, .'JS Water i 

llnian Weston, carjtenter, bd« .Senate j 

ll -iliinr Herman, eni^inecr Sir Dela. | 

I wiire, res rj.') HastiiiiTs H !_, /,, ■ . . i' n i 

I,.kov Chas. carpenter, bdn Central Tl.onm> Cl.arles, teanisfer ior I'almer 
I ,•, ■ ' , liro-.. lids 11)0 Diiiionl 



" Opera Itesort saloon. ,1. !v Davis, 
])rop. Carroll eor Diipont 

" Oricnial Traders' Co. (IJ), (t.G-. 

Maidvay, pros, Pender buKrran- 

ville and Howe 
" Shaek. 421 liudiards 
" ilnii Hole!, Win. Weier, prop, 

Sit Cordova 
" United Trust Land and Morr^a^e 

C'>. (Ld.) of Liverj.ool, ' 320 

(rrai villo 



'I'Jcy (Mias., accomitrttit City Hall, i"es 
;)11 Powell 

Mn>es ]>., res Oppenhcinier eor 
Ileal ley av 
lliiiiin .loM'ph T., ry mail elerU, bds 
:!II7 Powell 
" Cupt. Murray, harbor master, res 
;iUT Powell 
[ibtilier H., paiiUer C.P.R., bds 210 
Pender 
' Olivi'r, painter C.P.R. shops, bds 
210 Pender 
Ilk' Alcazar saloon, cor Abbott and 
Trounce Alley 
" Ciiy of Vancouver Building Soc, 

otiico City Hall 
" Club, C. S. Macdonald, prop, 2\ 
Carroll 



Galiriel, jun., cinariualvcr ICnrlz 

& Co., res 201) Seymour 
" (iai>riel, sen., carpenter, res 209 

Seymour 
" (loioon W., shipwright, res 782 

AVesiminster av 
" John, bartender, 3S Water 
" Fanny Miss, 214 Carr.)ll 
" .lolin, rooier.Princess nr Heatley 
" John J., feed .stables, 75 West- 

minsler av 
" Roht., laborer, Water front nr 

Dun levy av 

" Sa:' uel.earpenterTiirnbuII Ik, Co. 

" Thos., C.P.ll., Hastiii-s nr track 

" Wm.,laborer,408 Westminster ay 

THOMAS WALTER, superintendent 

I Vancouver Gas Co., re^ loot ofKcofer 

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Notary Public Inauranoo. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFPICE BLOCK, 

SIB iHASTnpjes st., 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 



TIK)m|l^on AllK'i't Kchvjinl, upholsterer, 

2*J C( id<)/:i, lids iSuiiny.si(le 
" Cieo., iiiiilluuid, WestniiuHleruv, 

Mount I'loiisaiit 
" .loliii, niillliiiiKl H.S.M, 
" .loiin, ji)iouM';r:i])lu'r, IK! Wnfer 
" Joseph, bhicUsmilh, bdh St. 

Charles lioiel 
" ]Siehulas, engineer Sir Tepie, 12 

Westminster av 
'• Sam., mgr. Greyhound hotel, 228 

\\ liter 
" Tupper, eleik, 10 Water 
" Thomas, earpenter, res Westmin- 
ster av, False Creek 
" W. l'\ S., leanisler, 137 Hastings 

E 
Tlionison Eros., stationers und printers, 

lUS Cordova 
" llarrj, -messenger, res 1 Ui Water 
'• James A., ol Thomson liros., res 

Calgary 
" Kaildeen 31is8, res liobson nr 

Bute 
*' Mel\ illeP, ol Thomson Bros., res 

l{(^son nr Bute 

TIIO.MSON KEV. TII03IA8 CI., 
Presl'ylerian, res 40M Upiionheinu'r 

Tliorbuiii Crant, banentler Glasgow 
hotel 

Thorne Fred. Clayton, liirmer, Howe 
nr i'acilic 

Thornton John Brown,grocer, 

59 Cordova, res 132 Oppenheimer 



Tliorjie & Co., soda water works {\\\ 
! av. T.'l ISl 

1 " Hills, of Thorpe ct Co., (It hi,v 
iTibhettslJobert, C.P.J}., lids KiCuriol 
i Tidy Tiiomas, hrieklayer. 9ih av 
I Tierney John J., drayman, 44 Coniovi 
"res 308 Piehiirds. Tc! i)5 
" Kate M iss, res 308 liidijinls 
" Will., conliactor grading, r< 
oOO Kichards 
Tiffin John H., uitir Port ^[uody S;i| 

Mill, loot Ci'.niltie 
Tilley Chan., driver lee Co., 10 Wt 
minster av 

Tilley Seth Thorr, books ani 

stalioiiei'y, 11 Cordova, res ;;S 
Homer. Tel 3 

iTimberlake Fred.S., of Dom. h'lnl !■]».] 
I tale and L<)iiu Agerey,re,s ^MaiKir Iim 
; Timmins IJobt. C., barber,*' (irudvi' 
i res 8 At) hot I 

i Tisdall Chas. H.. gunsmith SOSCordovl 
I bds Stewart house 
iTiteJohii l{e\nold8, drug clerk 
! Granville, res Bui rani nr Ben 

Tite Samuel, cooper, res Uurrard 
Beaeh 
" SMrali C. Miss, res Burrard 
Beaeh 
Todd Gibson, 35 Cordova 
Tolley Jamrs, ear shojis C.I'.i!.. r^ 

1124 Hornby 
Ti'inelsoii James Albert, toanislor. 

Westniiiisterav 
Tourtlotte Ike Miss, Nelson nr Biiioj 
Towler Geo., waiter Ontario IIdiih' 
" Wm., brieklaj-er, 1) llasiiii^> 
" Win., bricklayer, llurnby 
(xeorgia 
Townle} Areliio, carpenter 

" C. Ji., C.lUi.,732 Hastings W 
TOW:^LKY J. 1)., asst to i^m\ 
su]»t C.P.li., res 732 Hastiiigs 
Tel 184 
Townley James T., C.P.li., 732 Ua 
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Townloy HdI)!., plumber McLennan 

& McFeely, res 2U"Riel.arcis 
lownsend nonry D., iii^litwntehman 
Y.C. F.,res Alexander nrllawkes 
" Mary Mrs., widow John J., tail- 
oress, 17 Ilastini^s K 
iTrainor Bernard, dairyman, Quebec 



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I Travellers Life and Accident 
of Hartfo!d, Rof s & Ceper- 
ley, agents, 313 Hastings 

Tremont Hotel, Mellville & 

Miinuel. Drops, 1(! Carroll 
iTiinmisli Thomas, enip E.C.P.M. Co. 
T!X'>('()lt Clias., carpen lei', Cordova 
|Tivvhii Siini., stair builder, res 331 

Hiistini^s Vj 
I Trevor II. D,, of Goodwin & Trevor, 
bils (ioor^u;iu nrNicolu 
Ernest, draughtKnian, 312 Hast 
ings 
iTrimlilo E i., jnn,, apprcnlice, 11th av 

Eli., sen., teamster, 11th av 
iTriiax Frank, Powell nr llawkes av 
|liytliiillKmmaMiss,res 141 iraslirigsE 
Howard, apprentice, bds 141 
Hastings E 

Wm. John, stationery and job 
printer, 334 Cordova, res 141 
Hastings E 
iTiibman John, painter, bds St Charles 
hutcl 

|Tucl( & Blacky barristers and 

solicitors, 20G Cordova. Tel 218 



hides in car-load laU. 
436 VISITATION STREET. 



Tuck Francis Herbert, of Tuck & 
Black, res Hornby r.r Hclmcken 

Tucker Files and Cabinets, 
Robertson & Co., Agents, 
307 Cordova 

Tullis James, l)lacl<smith, Dunlevvav 
TUHNBULL & CO , contractois and 
builders, Can»bie nr Pendei 
1!)6 
" Thomas, boilermaker V.C. F. 
" Wm., of Turn bull k Co., 
Westminster av 
Turner Geo., 312 Cordova, bds Leland 
" W., band sawyer Cashady & 

Co., res Cam bio 
" Wm., machine hand Cassady & 
Co., res Cambio nrHobson 
Tnskey Chas., carpenter, 5(! Curdova 
Twiford T. L., architect, res 45() Sey- 
mour 
Tye & Co., hardware, 8 Powell. Tel 85 
" Thomas H„ oi Tye & Co., res 
Victoria 

Tynan Thos., wharfinger 

City wharf, foot of Cambie 
Tyner Grace i\riss,Powcll nr Jlawkes av 
" Louis C, logger, Powell nr 

Hawkes av 
" Koy, res Powell nr Hawkes av 
Tj'son Andrew Mann, of Johnston & 
T^'son, res 490 Alexander 
'' James, tailor, 6 Abbott 
" John, plasterer, Homer nr Eob- 

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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Notary Public lusuranc*. 

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REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOirvnBR, B. c. 



Udy Wm. S., carpenter, res TOG West- 
minster av 

Union Hotel, Peter Lawson, 

prop, 19 Abbott 

linion InH. wSoc, 424 Cordova 

Uuion Pacific Railway, 504 Cordova 
" Steamship Co. of B. (). (Ld). 
Wm. Webster, secy, llastinics W 

UXlTEl) STATKS COXSUIiAK, 
airent, Chas. M.Bolton, 51U Cordova. 
Tel 29 

ITPHAM GEO. FEED., real estate and 
ins. bi'oker, 4 Cordova, res 123 Prin- 
cess. Tel 233 

Upton Miss Elizabeth, private school, 
res 424 Hastings E 

Urquhart Geo., diiver, 55 Cordova 
" Hugh, liquors, 37 Hastings E 
" Wm., liquors, 1 Carroll 
•< Wm., stonemason, 13'Lh av 

G. WHETHAM & CO., 

Real Estate Brokers, 

Financial and Insurance Agents, 

Corner Cordova & Cambie Sts., 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 

P.O. Box4?7. Tolepljooe No. aia. 



Special Attention given to Investments and 
the Alanagemeut of Estates for Iioa-il«aldentSi 



Vancouver Advertising am 
Bill Posting Co., Atweli 
King mgr, 440 Cordova 

VANCOUVKR BOARD OK TKADEl 
A. II. B. MiicGowiin, secretary, 
Oppcnheinior. Tel 127 
Vancouver Boating Club, H. Aobntt 
president; C. A. WorsnopJ 
secj-.-t reas. 
" Brewery, Chas. Doering, 7t]i ;iv 
" Brick Co., 128 Cordova 

Vancouver City Foundry anc 
Machine Works Co- (Ld.), Rj 
P. Cook, pres; Alex. McKeN 
vie, mechanical me;r; Fred] 
Baker, secy, Alexander bei 
Heatley and Hawkes av. Tel 
64 

Vancouver City Hrspital,Mrs^ 

A. Roberts, matron ; F. C. Birks 
ward; Dr. Robinson and Dr. Lot'o 
vre, Pender. Tel 2G 
Vancouver Chib, W. J. ^leakin, iiiir 

Seymour nr Hastings 
Vancouver Collecting Agencj\ PC.] 
Hiirris, mgr., 307 Conlovii 
" Drug Co., Dr. J. F. Rolls, ingr 
70 Cordova 

Vancouver Electric llluminat 

iiig Co., Tiios. Dunn, )»res; F. ^1 
NichoUs, mgr, Hastings cor Ablioitj 
office Caldwell blk, Cordova 

Vancouver ^ire dept, J. Hj 

Carlile, chief, i4 Water 

VANCOUVER GAS CO. (L(l.),Walte| 
Thomas, supl; Dr. G. L. Milne 
pres ; G, Greon, vice-jiies ; ('. 
Rand, secj' and treas, 100 0' 
dova works. Tel 41 
" Ice Co., R. V. Winch, ingi\ Coij 
I dova 

Improvement Co., Tatlow 
Spinks, agents, 338 Cordova 
Loan Office, Abbott. Tel 237 
Livery Stable,Queen Bros, prop 



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aiicoiivcr Marble "Works, 116 Wost- 
minsltM- uv 

■ Parcel Delivery Co. Tel 238 

Ui\co\xMOT Photo Co., J. D. 

iliill, m,<,'r, 41(J Cordova 
iiK'ouvor Ruailinir Room, 144 Cordova 
Saloon, 21 Powell 

■ San Juan Lime Co., Powell nr 
lliiymiip av 

Saw Mill. Tel 225 

Ivancouver Shingle Mill, C. F, 
Slater, office and yard on 
False Creek foot Cambie 

rmiroiiver Soap Co., frilmour, Clarlv' & 
McCarKllesSj 123 Keefer. 

I Vancouver Soda W : ter Works 
A. C. Murchison, proo, 704 
Westminster av. Tel 174 

Vancouver Street Hy. Co.,H.T. Coper- 
loy, Het'.-treas., 313 Hastin<^-.s W | 

I Vancouver Transfer Co., Frank ' 

Birnard, ])ros; .1. Cates, luj'-r., 320 
I'lirroil. Tel G8 

Vancouver Warehousing Co., 
C. B. Major, I09 Walter 

Vancouver \Viiarfa<,'e & Storai^e Co. 
(Li.), D. Opj)etilieimer, pre.s., office 

18 Alexander 

Vancouver Wine Co., whole- 
ale,wines,liquorsand cigars, 
Walton & Pollefexen^ 122 
Cordova 

VAXCOU VEK WATER WOJiKS Co., 
Capt. John lrvin<r, president; J. \V. 
McFarland, secretary; U.A. Keefer, 
31. Inst. C. E., chief engineer; J. J. 
Xickson, supt., Yard 130 Hastings 
E., office 1 18 Alexander. Tel office 
104, shops 1U8 



ELECTRIC NIGHT BELL IN REAR. 



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FOMAL DIRECTOR and ElALia 

STOCK COMPLETE 



27 and 29 CORDOVA ST. 



Vancouver World, daily and 
weekly, pub bv McLagan & 
Co., 234 and 236 Cordova. 

Tel. III. See (I'll'. 

Yandusen David, (.'ai'pontor,res Qiii'bec 
Van Volkenburgli Benjamin, res Vic- 
toria 

Van Volkenbur°;h & Bro.,B,C. 
market, 17 Water. Tel 32, 

slauiclilor house. Tel 217 

Van Volkenburgli Isaac, of Van Vol- 

kenburgh Bros. ,ies 122 Op|)enlicinior 

Vanstone Wesley, plumber, 1()2 Water 

Vaughn Major J. W.,J) L.S., bds V^m- 

couver hoiol 
Veitch Thos., teamster. Homer nr 

Kobson 
VEYSEY CIIAS. C, blacksmith and 
carriage makcr.()4 lla.stings W, 
res 207 Abbott' 
" Mabel _Miss, music teacher, 207 
Abbott 

Any proiKTty for eale in or near tlie City 
can always be had at lowest ligures tiirougli 

C. WHETHAM & CO., 

Comer Cordova and Cambie Streets. 



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REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

833 IEIAST3KBS ST., 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 



Vickors Arthur, liibororH. S. Mill, res 

Alc'xaiMicr hticct Bciuli 
Yiiicoiit Rol)ort, eai'|)Ciitor, Ilicliardrt 
nr J)rake 
" AVin.,liiborer,Rii'Iiar(ia nr Drake 
Yislioot Isaac, tailor. 52 Wator 
Vivian Win., paintei'.res G53 Seymour 
AV^a<le IMiilip, marble works, IKJ 
Wt'stniiiister av : 

Wanar J. W., cai'penter,bds Nortliern i 

liolo! 
Wai;^'' (ronryo, irrocfir, 110 "Water I 

■\Vaitc- Davici, ni Suul & Wailo, res 320 
Homer 
« Win., millwrifrbt, IG Carroll, bds 
Tremoiit House 
■\VaMmaii J. H., enip IJ.C.r.M. Co. 
"Waldien — , rancher, Woslmiristcr nr 

IBlii av 
Wal. s Mi^H A.M..bds 71S IlaHlin^'a W 
■NVaUord Fraidv, clerk, 40(1 Pender 
Walker — , earpentor, bds Canibio eor 
(ieorgia 
" Artiuir, janitor, 13S Hastings 
" C, blaeksniitb V. C. F. 
«' l).ivid,iiarber, 01 Cordova, bds 57 

Cordova 
«« Geirjie, carpenter, res Cam hie 
«« John F., of Hayden & Walker, 

res foot Cam bie 
" John, profesHor, 61 Westmin- 
ster av 
«' W. H., accountant Vancouver 
hotel, res 651 Seymour 



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Wallace Kffio Miss, 23 Dnpont 

" Jiolit., carpenter, 2(14 Alexander 

Wall bridge [). S„ barrister at Rand 
Hros., 100 Cor.lova 

Walsh Krnest, bookkeeper Van Volkon- 
biirg liros, res 751 WestniiiLvicr av 

Walter Jacob F., 25 Dnpoiit 

Walton & Pollefexen, Van- 
couver, wine Co., liquors 
and cigars, wholesale 122 
Cordova. Tel I 

Wansley William, blacksnuth, 104 

Jackson av 
Ward — , carpenter Cisssady & Co., 
bds Canibie cor (Jeorgia 
Cli.'is., waiter, 426 Cordova 
J.JI.,frei<,d)tdept.(;.lM{.,410 Cor- 
dova 
'* I{>lit. C, carriagemaker, rcM 2l27 

Harris 
" T., cai'penter G. Cassadj 1- (. . 
Warson F. W., carpenter, bds Loiivro 
Waterman Fied. Jatiios, tVuils, 21) 

Carroll 
Waterworks office, 118 Alexander. 

Tel 104 
Waikins Kate Mrs., nurso, C51 

Seyn)onr 
Watson Arthur, carpenter, bds St 
Charles hotel 
Ernelia Miss, Seaton nr Burrard 
HaiTy Halgate, driiggisl's asst., 
Cordova 
" James, carpenter Cassady & Co., 

res Prior 
" Robert, stonecutter, res Hornby 

liet Drake and Pacific 
" i^amuel, res over 464 Granville 
" Thos. Francis, clerk H. S. M,, 

res Dunlevy av 
" Wm. Hamilton, landing waiter, 
res 438 Seaton 
Watt Daniel, plasterer, res Seymour 
" James, upholsterer, 513 Pender, 
bds Albion 
Weaver Jacob, bricklayer, 210 Duns- 
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fevcM' liUcv ^I. Mrs., willow Siumie'- 
vos '1\{) I'lMidor 
Tlios. A., (':ir|)(>iitor, Ilomcr 
TIhis., ciirpoiilor, 210 J)uiismuir 
H'llil) Kruncis M. B. S., ci^iirmaUcr, 
III Is Sii"-V!irt 1 1 on so 
Wiiltur JI., boots and hIiooh, 4!) 
Coi'dovii 

llVliIicr Diiiifiin, shipwriLcht, Wost- 
iniiistor tiv 
l\eb.>tci' (icoi-yfc C, chief landinj,' 
wiiilor* Customs dopt. Seuton nr 
Tliiirlf.w 
" James R., drivor, 1^2 Cordova 

in:iis'i'i':i{ ijoland ekni'Ist, mKi-. 

tlu' iJ:i\aiia Ci^'ar fiic'lory. 332 

Cordova, ros Siowart House 
" Capt. Will., of Wobstor&Co., res 

415 C.iniliio 
'' Will., Ac Co., aiictioneors, real 

estate and sliip brokors, 217 

llastinjfs W 

|Wee!<s & Ford, Grocers, 412 
Hastings W. 

IVoeks Coo. W., of Weeks & Ford, res 

421 llicbards 
.. Win., carpenler, 344 Seymour 
ll'fis-. Jolin, boilermakor V. C. F. 
" William, blacksmith, 317 West- 
mi iistt-r av 
• F.. laborer. 1 Cambio 
I Wilcli Emily Miss, waitress Ontario 
House 
" Geor-e, niillhand H. S. M. 
" 11., cmp. If.C.P.M. Co. 
" John Short, siioemaker, 49 Cor- 
dova 
[Wells — , ba,i;-i,'ii!J:eman C. P. R., bds 
7!'2 Wesiini'isler av 
" Chester Philip, clerk, 30 Oppen- 
heinier, bds Cranville 

I Wells James D., produce, 39 

Upiionheimer, res Mission, Fiaser 
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LOAN AGENCY, 

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BKAL ESTATK IN AM. TATITS OF TUB 
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MONEY TO LOAN. 



Welsh E. Ernest, cashier. 17 Water,ro8 
751 Westminster av 
" Fred., clerk, 174 Cordova, ros 
317 Richards 

Chas., waiter Hotel Vancouver 
Kate Miss, dressmaker, Georgia 

nr litirraid 
L. Mrs., widow, seamstress, 513 
Pender, res Richards 
Emily Miss, 307 Richards 
Jane .Mi>s, 307 Riidiards 
Louisa Mrs., wid Win. ,307 Rich- 
ards 

]*atrick, lai)., Seymour nr Drake 
Thomas Herbert, clerk, res 751 
Westminster av 
Wensley W., blacksmith V. C. F. 
West End saloon, 025 llustiiiijjs W 

End School, Barclay nr Riirrard 
John, cabinetmaker. 20 Cordova, 
bds (rreyhoiind hotel 
" John W., cabinetmaker, res 309 
Jlichards 

Western Fire Assurance Co. 
of Toronto, Ross &, Ceperley, 
agents, Post Office blocJc, 
313 Hastings 

AVestern Marine Insurance Co. of 

Toronto, 504 Cordova 
Wetzel C. C, shoemaker, 116 Water 

" ]\f. F., shoemaker, lltl Water 
Whaley Wm., wood worker, 7 Powell 
Whatcheer House, Robert Campbell, 

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A. W. .toss, 

Not" -v Public. 



H. T. CEPERLEY, 

luBurance. 



C. WHETHAM & CO., 

nUOO Ji UCrCnLCl, Piaaadal aad Insuranco Agents, 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE, ^'=°-"",,^;;''^;;;*^^j,"J,^'^s.s., 



POST OFFICE BLOCK, 

@IS MAS^IHSS ST., 

VANCOUVER, B. C. 

WhooliiiffThos., laborer Leuiny tc Kyle 

Whetham & Co. C. real estate 
and insurance, Cordova cor 

Cambie. Tel 212. see Vard adts 

Whclham Clias., of C. Woliiam & Co., 

res Gonri-ia tir IJiitc. Tol 213 
Wlielliam JaH.,M. D.,otli(o Cordova for 
Cambie, res Cfeorgia nr Bute. Tol 
213 
WiiiiTen AVm. Sidney, <'lei'k Erovvn & 

White, les Powell nr JIawi<es av 
Wiiipple Mary Mrs, will Win., res 
rear ()00 Powell 
" Thomas, res rear G09 Powell 
While Edward, of IJrowii & White, 
reH i>uiilevy av iir track 
Fred., millhaiid H. S. M. 
James, shoemaker, 13 Cordova 
John, photoyraphtr, Cordova, 
res Oriental 
" John R, carpenter, 522 Alex- 
ander 
" Joseph, boiler maker C. P. 11. 

shops, res 2().S JJiinstmnr 
" Swan dining rooti>, l(i;> Seymour 

White Swan Hotel, 500 Cor- 
dova, Jas. Simimei's, j)ro)). 
White Thomas, C. P. It., bds 527 Sey- 
mour 
" Wm., clerk, 3 Unpen heimer ro« 

2:» Powell 
" Wm., laborer, res 313 Opperi- 

1k imer 
" William, cook, res 29 Powell 



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' tbe Management ufKtitates for Noa-Besidents. 

Whitehead Geo., It;irten<ler, 24 Carroll 
•• .I.:mes, res 3()f^ Opperdioimcr 
'• John ^lartin, of Powis & Whito- 
head, res 3((8 Cppenlu'inicr 
Whiteside Fred. S., clerk,ros 1121I;ist- 
in^ijjs 
" — , tailor, (14 Ilastiniifs 
Whitworth E. . mechanist, ri's324ironior 
Whiteworih Lillian Miss, tailorcs>, 'Jl 

Cordova, res 325 Homer 
"^Vhittaker (reori^c. painter, bds Howe 

TT Pacific 
Whittier C. K., of Whittier & Cramer, 
res «)(»!) Powell 
" k. Cramer, barbers, 1 Can-oil 
'• John A., miner, bds AlexaiiJor 
nr Ilawkes uv 
Whorton Hdward, re> Prior 
Kdmund, res Prior 

WICKKXDEN C. O., architect, offico 
Ilichards cor Hastings, res 41(J Cor- 
dova 

Wickliam L. Provis, reporter News 
Advertiser, Ixjs (117 Powell 

Wiess Jacob E., wood turner, lnls 
Colonial hotel 

Withti W. Sidney, clerk, 30 Carroll ros 
Powell 

WlCCLKSWORT'r ISAAC Vv'.VLSll. 
butcher, Westminster 'iv opp 
Sidiool 
" John W^alsh, but(iher Westmiii- 
8ter av opp School 

WiiTtcard ('has. VV., salesman J. M\\, 
res Iveelor 



iDimfV J& FVT V VvMi\ Commercial Sav Hills, Songli and Dreised Lumlier, Hxtb, 
ySAlEl a KILD, nup a, Sag]i,Latli8, &e. VANCOUVER, B.C. 

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Wickstrom Wm., carpenter, 29 Hust- 

Willband Geo., apprentice, 114 CarroU, 

rew Nelson 

" E., apprentice, 114 Carroll, res 

Nelson 

Wild Alfred, cahinetmic , 13 Columbia 

Wilde Wm. Wilmot,v/aiter,178 Water, 

res Powell 
Wilds Alf., carpenter, 13 Columbia av 
Wilov Tlios., laho er, 114 Pender 
Wil,s;:ird Chas. Wm., clerk J. Sehl, res 

Koet'or 
Wil^ross Henry Tlios., p.-.j-masterCP 

R,, res Georffia nr Tli'.iilovv 
Wilkes Geo., moulder V. (\ F 
Wilkinson Michael B., of Black & Wil- 
kinson, res Pender nr Burrard 
" Liy.zie Miss, IV'ndcr nr Burrard 
WILLIAM ADOLPHUS, barrister of 
Ontario, 200 Cordova, bds Douglas 
house 
Williams A. R., Toronto, engines, 
uoilers and machinery, W. L. 
Leonaid iv Co., agents 

• — , bricklayer, Ixis Glasgow hotel 

• Alfred W.,^-es 310 Powell 

• Arthur, caipcnter. (Jih uv 
WILLIAMS BllOS., hurveyors and 

land age .its. Homer nr Hastings 
" Chas., mil I band Leamy & Kyle, 
" John Eiigar, clerk, (iS Cordova 

res Carroll 
" Francis, tailor, 15 Cordova, res 

44 Westminster av 
'' Goo,, laborer, 792 Wesltninsterav 
" (ico. Joseph, plasterer, 12 Park av 
" (uM)., plasterer, 227 Prior 
" John, laborer, 122 Alexander 
" Jiilin, ])rop Red Cioss Brewery, 

Seaton nr Thurlow, res same. 

Tel 67 
John Jos., plasterei', 12 Goro av 



HENRY PORTER, 

Manufacturer of 

Sonora Tanned 

Liace LiGather^ 

Guaranteed to lie tlie toujiiiest in existence. 
436 Visitation. Street. 



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■.hn T., of Williams Br 
rooms 4 New York block, bds 

Barclay nr Burrard 
Hobt., laborer, 1 Canibie, res 

Hastingb 



Williams John, bds WhatcheerHou.so 
" Sidney, of Williams Bros, room 
4 New York block, bds Barclay 
nr Burrard 
Williamson Geo., carpenter, Mount 
Pleasant 
" Geo., carpeTiter,re8 cor Hastings 
and Westminster av 
J., emp R.(\P.M. Co. 
T., emp R.C.P.M Co. 
Wm,, foreman, 540 Seymiur 
Willis Walter, clerk P. O., bds 560 

Seymour 
Will man John Thaddeus, contractor, 

Nelson nr Tluu'low 
Wilmot J. II., bds Balmoral 
Wilson k Adams, butchers, Westmin- 
ster av 
— , 422 Pender 

— , collector G. Cassady & Co., 
res Drake 

Alex., carpenter, 321 Richards 
A. W. Tel 109 
Block, cor Abbott and Cordova 
Charles, pluml)er C.P.R. shops, 

res 344 Cam bio 
Chas. Hamuel, of C. G. Hobson 
& Co., 823 Westminster av 
& Blakio, hf.rnossmakers. 11 
Cumbie 

David Heury,M.D., 162 Cordova, 
res Robson nr Thurlor\ Tel 91 
re;«, Tel 219 

David, of Wilson & Blakie, rea 
Seymour 



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A. W. ROSS, H. T. CEPERLEY, 

Kotary Public. Insurance. 

ROSS & CEPERLEY, 

REAL ESTATE & INSURANGE, 

POST OFFICE BLOCK, 
VANCOUVER, B. C. 






Wilson Edw. Wesle.y, of Wilson & 
Adums, Wostminstei- av 

Edwiini, liiitcher, 219 Prior 

David, iiarnessmaUei-, bds 5t)0 
Sovmour 
" Harry, cleric, 519 Hastings W, 

res (il9 ScN'mour 
" IIonrv,eii<:iiietM-,rc's617Sovmonr 
WILSO^^ GEOlUiK I., dry goods, 204 
Cordova, res 444 Seymour 

Jatiies, (reorgiii iii- Tburlow 

Jolin, bricklayer Turtibiill & Co. 

J. C, reporter '"News Adver- 
tiser" 

Louise Mrs. wid Benjamin 11., res 
143 Hastings E 

Wm., printer, 323 Hastings W, 
res SeymoUi- 

W. A.. ofShelton&Co., bds Le- 
land House 

Wm. Frederick, lumber, Hornby 
nr Helmckcn 

W. ]\Ic P., comp. '' World" 

W. M., job printer " Xcws Ad- 
vertiser ' 
Winch Frank K., carriage maker, 28 












Oppcniieiiner, res same 
Louis, 238 (!ordf)va 



Ki(diard V"., fruits and produce, 
20 Cordova, re.s 412 Oppenhoi- 
mer. Tel 58 
Windebank J., 11. C. P. M. Co., res 88 

Cordova 
Windsor) Chas, Samuel, res 323 West- 
rainntor uv 



Windsor Hotel, Brocklesby 

Co., props,cor Ponder and Soyriio 
Tel 136 

Windsor Wm., bookkeeper, res Xol 

York block " j 

Winlaw John B., saw tiler, Ifii; W^t^ 

I Winnipeg Confectionerv. .John Tii)lei 

I 229 Cordova. Tel 210 1 

Win row Geo., brakeman C. P. IJ,, b{j 

j Glasgow hotel 

j Winters K. K., barber, (!1 Cordova 
Wise Emma Miss, dressmaker, n 
i Westminster av 

♦' Chas., brewer, 7th av 
" John, compositor, res 317 WesI 
minster av j 

" Wm., blacksmith C, P. P., ros3l| 
Westminster uv 

Wishart E., green grocer 
I fruits, vegetales and fanci 

1 grocers, 88 Cordova, res 012 .''owej 
I Tel 191 

Wishart X. Andrew, 31(>Cordovii n 

012 Powell 

I Withrow Sam., fnrmer, 434 Seymoiipl 

Witberby _, 51(i Cordova ' 

Withy Peter, dairy, Wesimiiislerroiii 

AV^itmaye W., brewer, res Scaton n| 

I Burrard 

I Wize Chas., upholsterer, bds 527 Sej 
i mour 

: " Jus. , contractor, bds. 320 Scvmouj 
! AVokanny Ge(»., millliand II, S. .M. 
Woll J^ohn, Scavong(!r 
j Woll'er Joseph, laborer, res Stymou 
I ab(»ve S my I be 
Wolshin Solomon, grocer, 37 l)ii|iniitl 
Wood Albert Nelson, blacksmith, :'0 
Pender 
" Alice Miss, domestic, 330 Oppen 

heimer 
" Chus. Arthur, drug clerk, llj 

Granville, res 309 Howe 
" Emily Miss, res 320 Ilowo 
" Francis, of Wood & Sliiututloi; 
220 Water 



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cklesby 

iiid Scymou 

)cr, ros Xol 

1-, IfiC WatJ 
John T.'iplel 

C.P.K., 

L Coi'dova 



''^Y j& IfYI P Prnn'Q Co&isiercial Saw Mills, Bovigli and Breised Lumber, Toars, 
111 a AiLD, riupa, Sash, Laths. &e. VANCOUVER, B.C- 

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i fl'ood Geo., contractor, Nelson nr Thar- 
low 
" II. Cr., carpenter, bds Louvre 
" Mr.s. lloiirv, ;}0() IIovvo 
" K.C., woodworker A.T. McNabb 
" V, ni. Jv,ros ?,m (^)nl(>va 
Wood & Shintaffer,propsSte- 
c wait lioii.se, ^I'JAVater 

^ •' Will. Ily., draiii-litsman, 312 
Hastintrs, ros ;!2{5 Iloinor 
AVilliam I)., bai^irai^eman CP.R-, 
New York block. Granville 
IVnodanian Tlios. F., blacksmith, 

'frounce Alley, re.s same 
Wiiuilroofe Richard, walchniaker, 150 
Water 
IViiodrow James I., butcher, Seymour 

• John C, butcher, Seyiuour bet 
Davie and Drake, bdi? J. Coup- 
land 

IVoods Albert, blacksmith, fi { Hastings 

• ,b»hd K., cigars, 316 Cordova 
WOODS JOHN trKO., nigr. Com- 
mercial Saw mills, 230 Hast- 
in>i;s \V., res 421 Kicliard.s 

" \V., laliorerLeaniy & Kyle 
li'ocdward Beatrice Miss, 8tii av 

• ('has. II. M., carpenter, Htli uv 

" (icoigc Clark, chief niiiht oper- 
ator (J.l'.R, res Ilornliy nr 
(ieiirgiu 
' G. Miss,334 Cordova, res 8th av 
■ licrliert, mariner, Stii av 

M. S. Miss, nur.-e City Hospital 
licgiiiaiil Percy, diaujililsman 
C. O. Wickender, res 8th av 



Worsnop Chas. A., cashier Custoaia 

dept, res Hornby nr Pender 
Wotters Frank, millhand EI. S. M. 
WredeBerniiart, 163 Cordova 
Wright Alfred W., grocer and fruits 
1H2 ('ordova, res 325 Hamilton 



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Geo., planer, res rear 51() Oppen- 
hcimer 

H. n., clerk, 89 Cordova 
Horace T., approiiticc,25 Carroll 
John, fruits, 25 Carroll, res same 
Joseph, carpenter, fool Caml)ie 
" L. II., stationery- agetit, C.P.R. 
Wiiester Oiof, laborer, Water front nr 

Diinlevy av 
Wultt'sohn Jo}iann,of Bewicke & Wulff- 
sohn, res Soaton bet Burrard and 
Thurlow. Tol 80 
Wust Gottlieb, butcher, 27 Carroll, 

res Front 
Wynings W., lather, bds 530 Seymour 



G. WHETKAM & CO., 

Real Estate Brokers, 

Financial and Insurancs /.gsnts, 

Corner Cordova & Cambie Gts., 
VAXCOUVi:iJ, B.C. 

P.O. Box 47 7. Tclcp;)onc No. aia. 



Special Attention given to Investments and 
the Jtlaati^eineutof Kutateti for Xuu-Kesideuts. 



IWoodworth Jas. H., & Co., I 
coal and wood dealers, 336 Y. M. C. A., rooms 139 Hast- 
ings W., J. A. Carnock,gen 
sec. Tel 173 



jirroU. Tel 4« 
[Him i worth James Henry, of Wood- 

fforih k Co., res 52!» Seymour 
foutuii Thos,, expressman, iMelville nr 

Biiio 

IWorld Printing & Publishing 

]Co. (Ld.), J. C. McLagan, 

managery232 Cordova. Tel 



Yates Jas. Stuart, of Yates & Jay, res 
Victoria City 

Yates,Jay&Russel I, barristers, 
solicitors and notaries pub- 
lic, 332 Cordova. Tol 207 









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AreYouSicl^Mn Bad Health? 

PROF. ZIMMER 

No, 10 Abbott Street, Vaiicnuver, !{.<' iw now tlally 
receiviiif; from tbe Kiist and otbcr parts (if the ijbibo 
coiisiymmiits >)f 1{U()TS AM) IIKKIIS, spceialiy 
selecteil t' r liiiu, fur tlie piiritiealimi of tbe buiiwiii 
blood and Ibe restoraliui of derail^ il systeniK Tbe 
full ami Hint r seasdii is now upon iis. Itistlie 
period wben tbo Htron^cst and stoutest of systems 
are severely ti'stetl. The hundreds ol tesliiiKuiials 
now ii posfessionof tbe j'rofifsoratti st tin' ellieaey 
of bis herbs as benleis iuid health n storers. The 
heahs ilisiovered in the virinity of this eity a few 
imuiths ago have stayed, in the'niost ellieiiiit uiaii- 
lier, tlie raviiyes of eoii^uinptioii, as well as relieving 
those threatened with Asthma and I'>spepsia. 
Correspondence solicited Henieinber the address, 
Ko. \y< Abbott Street, Vaiieouver, B.C, 

Yerax Dcvere, apprentioo V.CF,, bds 

ViVl Oppi'iilioimoi' 
" I, A., traveller Oriontal Traders' 

C"(i. (1.(1) 
Y^ork Arcli. ot Soul.s & York, res 423 

Ilaiiiiltoii 
Y^)iiiit;' Arthur, 015 Powell 

" Jicrilia J{, .Miss, (ilf) Powell 

" Kills. ii.illliaiKl Jl.S.M. 

" Fred W., carpenter, hds Siinnj'- 

side hotel 
" FraiK'is lleiirv, of ('ope & Yomig, 

res JIarniltoii iir J)misiiiiiir 
" J. Jl,, niesseii^fr J)oni. J0.\2)i'oss 

Co., ImIs Leiiiild Jlonso 
" ,lohii Wesley, ii;illliiiiKl (!15 

Powell 
" AVm., helper '\(\F. 
" AVni, H., loeal nior C.P.R. tcle- 

<:i'!ipli, litis Loland 
Zabrest Jolin, barhor, <!l Cordova 

Zimmer, prof. Cesrge E., 
herbalist, 10 Abbott 

Zink Jacob, boiieruiaker V.CF., res 628 

Powell 
Zion Presbj-lerian Cliurcb, rev John 

M, McJjeod,])astor, 70;j Westminster 

av 
Zoellnian August, miner, Ct)lumbia nr 

10 lb av 
Zwicker Carrie Mi«8, rea 52G Alexander 



CiriXKSW 

Ah Loan, 106 Diipont 
Cliincse Church, I)upi)iil st., Rev. Clia 
Sino- Kiii 

('hail Sinii l?ev. ivai, Chinese .Mi;,sioi| 
\ J)tipont s(. 

Choiio- S., laundry, ;J2s! Carroll 
Fook Chuiig LiiiiM", yi'ocery. wv dJ 

pout and Carrail 
Fow Tionir, laundry, cor JJicliards an 
I Drake 

(Jun Liiiiix, laundry, 22() Water 
Hip Cliiiiiu- Liin-i- & Co., eiiiploymoi 
ao;eiits, 15 Dnpoiit 
" June, ^'en store, lOO Diipont 
" Tuck LunfT & Co., iuijimieTs 
opium, 4 DiipoiiL 
He Chono-, huimlry, 114 Diiixint 
Hong Chuiio-, tailor, !5 Diipont 
" Siiii;-, laundry, 16 Powell 
" Yuan, inei'chant, ;i Diipoat 
Hop Yek, mercliaiit, 1) h.ipont 
Jec SiuiT, l.'Uindry, 218 Prior 
.limKee, liiniidry, ;);i2 Carcoll 
John Keo, merchants, 2.s Diipont 
Kam Wo & Co.,merfliahis. ;;;! PujinJ 
jKin.'xFung, merchants. 40 Diipont 
Kwonu', Joy, Shiny iV (!,>., lufi'i'liant 
I 13 Du])ont 

Lai IlinoJ.onfT. merchant. 112 DiipoJ 

Un Chonur, laundry, Kil) Water 

Sam Kee, merchanis. llli Diipimt 

" Jjco, laundry, ()4 ilasiiiio-s 

" Lun,":, laiindiy, 107 l)ii|iiini 

" Chiino: Kee, laundry, IliT W;it^ 

Tong Yuen, laundry, ;}SA Diipont 

" llano-, store, 1)0 Diipoiil 
Toj', Sani, Low, grocers ami laborol 

contracts, 50 Dupont 
Wing Lee, laundry, 36 Alexaiulcr 
" On Tai v^ Co., merchants, ;;ii DJ 

ponl 

" Sang i*t Co., importers, 2!» Diipi 

" Yuen, & Co., merchants, 10 i)| 

pout I 

Yuei. Wall, laundry. Ponder bet Eicj 

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AllVt'ii. fi-oin -lO't Cook to Blanclmrd ;i-<f> 

Auii'liii. from Si; I'aiuiora to Uorinoniut ','••<'■> 

ihsiion, from Wlmrf to (JovpniniL'iit 3'^t' 

lliiltiry. from Ik'iicon Hill Pi -k to CaiT Iion 

Buy. from Hock [5iiy to Cliainbctrs 'MO 

llcunm Hill I'ark I^.Oo 

ISi-ec-hy, from i{ii|i('rt to 4 Vancouver 3:»1 

li'lclior, from iri;> Viuicoiivcr to ('ily Limits u!)l 

illlivillo, t'rom McCiuri' to Montreal :'.1>1 

IVliot, from SO Vaiuouvor to I'ook... 'Mt 

Itinicage Walk, from James IJ.iy to Miehi- 

giin :!!"2 

liliiiichard, from lUirdetteav. to Fourth 3;>_' 

iioy 1 1, from Niagara to Dallas Road :!94 

iiii'lge, from Rock iJay to Kllice :'.S)4 

llroiid, from Broujrliton to Pandora av 'A'.iA 

HroMghton, from Wharf to Doughs ;('.i"> 

liiinlette av., from Cliurchway to Van- 
couver .'iOO 

Hiiriififlc Road, trom Saanich Road to City 

Limits ;59ii 

Citilboro I!ay Road, continuation of Fort... ?>M 
Caledonia a v., from (/!ook to Spring Hidge, :i;t9 

Oair, from Toronto to Dallas Road. 307 

Cedar Hill Road, from Wal'iut N'orth 397 

Centre Road, from Ridge iload to Fern- 
wood Road 397 

Cli.imbers, fiom204 Pandora av. to Bay 397 

Obancery Lane, from 8 Bastion Square to 40 398 

Langley 

Charles, from Cp Iboro Bay Hoad to Bel- 398 

cher '. 

Oliatbam, from 49 yiore to Spring Ridge... 393 
Churchway, from Douglas to Blanchard.... 399 

Coburg, fromUsw^go to Randall 390 

Oollinson, from McClure (Victoria Crescent) 400 

to Vancouver 

Constance, from Discovery to Rock Bay... 4(10 
Cook, fromStraits of Fuca to Hillside av... 400 

Cormorant, from 17 Store to Quadra 401 

Courtney, from Wharf to 20 Douglas 401 

Codits, from Quadra to 93 Vancouver. 402 

Dallas Road, from Er'.e to Beacon Hill Park 402 
David, uom Bridge 'o Gorge Road 402 



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DiscDverv. from Victoria Harbor to 134 

iilan'chardav 402 

Dobiiis )n, from Montreal to Oswego 403 

Douglas, from 3:'. Humboldt to Saanich 

Road 403 

Eiimonton, fioiii (Jedar Hill Road to City 

Limit- 40(5 

Kliziibi'tl), frDtn \'j:\ Cook to ("li.-imbers 40t) 

IClliee, from ISrjIge to Kuck Bay av 406 

Lrie, IVoiii St. Lawrence to Shoal Point 40G 

Ivsquimalt Road, from Rock Bay Bridge to 

Esquimau tOG 

Faitlield Road, from .'il Cook to Foul Bay 

Koad 407 

Farquluir, from SO Blanchard to Quaiira 407 

Fernwooil Road, from Edmoulon to Fort.. 4^7 

First, from Bay to Topnz av 408 

Fisguard, from 37 Store to Quadra 408 

Foit, from Whaif to Ciidboro Bay Road 408 

Fourth, from Bay to Topaz av 412 

Franklm, I'rom ,'!tj Vancouver to Cook 412 

Frede/ick. from lOHQuadra East 412 

(.larbally Road, from (lorge toVictoiia Arm 412 

tieorge, fiorii 294 .Johnson to Pandora 413 

Gordon, from 13 Humboldt to Broughton 413 

; Gorge Road, from Government to V.hy 

Limits 413 

Government, from James Bay to City 

Limits 413 

• Green, from 143 Quadra. East 421 

Harrison, from Cadboro Bay Road (head of 

'. Yates), North 421 

' Henry, from Pleasant to Government 421 

' Herald, from Victoria Harbor to Blanchard 422 
Hillside av., from Government to City 

Limits 422 

Humboldt, from 9 Government to Vancou- 
ver 423 

James, from Randall to Oswego 423 

Johr.from Pleasant to Government 424 

Jounson, from Wharf to Spring Ridge. 428 
Johnson, from George to Fern wood Re id.. 424 

Kane, from 2.) Douglas to Quadra 423 

King's Road, from 2.")9 Douglas to Cook,... 428 



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Lrtbouchere, from 19 Vancouver to Cook... 429 

Langley, from Courtney to 2U Vates 420 

Langley Alley, from Cliiincery L;ine to .7 431 

Yates 

McClure, from South Park to .SO Vancouver 4.it 

Maria, across Cliatham nr Quadra 431 

Market, from Dougliis to First 431 

Muson, from 97 (Quadra to Vancouver 431 

Mi'ar.", from 21 Quadra to Cook 4.31 

Menzics, from James Hay to Strait of Fuca 431 

Michigan, from lieacon" Hill I'ark to St. 432 

Lawrence 

jMontreal, from 1 20 lielK villo to Dallas Road 433 

Niagara, from H' ;icon Jii'.l I'ark to St. Law- 433 

rence. Dallas Road 

North Park, from 12t Quadra to Chambers 4:!l 

North Riiail, from Chambers to P'ernwood 434 

Road 

Oriental Alley, from .Johnson to .'it Vates.. 434 

Ontario, froni .\li'; ifal to Dallas Road 4:;4 

Oscar, from .Moss to Cook 435 

Oswego, from 72 liellevillc to D.iUas Hoail 43.-) 

Pandora av., tr,)n) 13."i Government to i'Aj 

Cl'.amhers .'uid (Jeorge 

Pandora, North, hom Chnmbcrs tu Fern- 137 

wood Uortd 

Pandora, South, from George U Fi-rnvvood 137 

Road 

Park Road, from 1l;4 Humboldt to Hnicon 437 

lldl Park 

Parkington, fioin 2 Viincouver to Cook... 13.7 

Pemliirton, tVoin Cadboro liay Road to Bel- 4,'17 

clier 

Pembioke, from lio Store to Chambers 137 

Pioneer, from 117 niaiicliard to (^iad;a 4fs 

Plnasant. from 17 W'orii io\'ii'toria Ann.... !:'.■-' 

Priiif3ss, from 1-^ .Michigan to Toronto 4.3s 

Princess av . from Govcrnnn'iit to (.'iKinibcrs (3S 

Putnam, from 2(V.i Cook to ."^iniiig Ridge.. . 4.1!' 

Quadra, from ilurjelie av. to P.My i::o 

Quebec. tVom .Meu/ics to Miuitival 140 

Queen's av., from Government to Chambers 4 10 . 

Rae, from Douglas to (^I'ladra 140 

Randall, from Simcoe to Niagara Ill 

Richardson, from Vaneouver to City 

Limits .". 141 



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Ridge Road, from North Road to South 
Road..,.'. 

Riihet, from Turner to Menzies 

Rock Bay av., from Rock Bay to Gorge 
Road 

Rupert, from Humboldt toMcClnre 

St. John, from 92 Belleville to Kingston.,. 

St. Lawrence, from Kingston to Dallas 
Road 

St. Louis, from Vancouver to Cook 

i'laanich Road, cout. of Do glas. North 

Sail Juan av., from Dallas Road to Oswego 

Say ward's Lane, fi'om South Road 

Scoresby, from 00 Vancouver to Cook 

Second, from Bay to Hillside av 

Selkirk Road, from Garbally Ro.id to Vic- 
ti.ria Arm 

Simcoe, from Beaeon Hiil Park to Dallas 
Road 

South I'ark, fr(-m .McClnre to Park Road... 

.South Road, from ('Inimbers. Kast 

Spring, from South Road to .Vorth Road 

Store, I'rom 22 Jo'inson to Rock Bay 

Sujierior, from Beacon Hill Park to Mon- 
treal 

Third, from Hay to Hillside av 

Topaz :iv.. froui Sianieh Road, East 

T(n'onto, from Beacon Hill Park to .\len/.ies 

Troiince iiv., from 79 Government to Broad 

Tuiner, Irom Work l(j Victoria av 

Turnei', trom .Simcoe to Dallas Road 

Va icouver. from Humboldt to St. [iOuis... 

\"ietoria Crescent, from Bur Ictte av., foot 
of Qu.idra, t<! .McClure 

View, from Bidad to .School Reserve 

Wiiddiii.'ton -Alley, from .lohus(ui to Yates 

Wallace, from .Sonthgate to Biacou 
Hill Par'^ '. 

Walnut, from Cli.tmbers to Feiiiwo(id Road 

Wharf from 2 (ioverrniu'ut to t'oot of Joiiu- 
soti 

Wilco.x, from Kane to 97 Foi t 

Work, irom Rock B.'iy to i'oint flllice 

V';i!e-. from s'.") Wharf to (Julbiro Buy Road 

Vounjr, fro!n 2s Miehi^'au to Toi'onto 



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British Columbia Gazetteer and Directory 

FOR 1891. 



The Henderson Directory Goi 

PUBLISHERS - - - VICTORIA. 



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|tHE STIIEET DIRECTORY is presented in a condensed form and is 
intended to show the exact location of each liouse with its occupants, 
and in places of business wlio compose tlie firm and the employes. 

iFiillev information will be found in the ALl'HABETICAL DIRECTORY. 

|a* before a name indicates a seperate house without a number, Mhen there 
is a * and a number, that there is no number on the house. 



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lALFRKI), from Cook to Blaiichard 

4 Williimis Frank, fish dealer 
j Dinsdowiie 

,•* Ure JiiimM 

i Crosjiniiii William 

> Harris Claivoru, carpenter 

\1 Vacant 

".' Wt'si .Julius 

:> WliittaidT Samuel 

3j Brasfff AltVi'il, bricklayer 

oJ Moore Jolni William 

WiUianis Miss Kiiza 
Ik KinjT .Samuel ElHMii'/.cr Bromley 

King Arthur Uromley, baker 

hinith (Miarles, baker 

King Miss Sarah Ann 

King Miss Kli/.a Jane 

|.\)1KLIA, from Ptindora to rormoraiit 
C Moody Thomas Gage, family grocer 
Fiirqn/iar inlenects, 

1 Styles a. T. 

2 Stark William, builder 

3 Deasy Thomas, chief Fire dept. 
.Sarvis Thoiims 

5 Roper Frederick Smallwood, mlaer 



G I iw ,11 Villiam George 
Law -i ;'hoiniis 
Law .c Charles Richard 

7 Niehol; II Herbert, carpenter 

8 Keown .lames, curjienter 
Keown Frank, painter 
Keown George, apprenticp, 

9 Thomas Henry, skius and J.ide dealer 
Uennie Robert 

Trivel William 
Frnser Alexander, machinist 
10 Lyall George Heverly, contractor 

12 Hislioji George, carpenter 
Sherborne Frederick 
Johnston Miss Jessie 

13 liucknam Samuel William, capt. 

Cormorant intersects. 

BASTION, from Wharf to Govern- 
ment 

BOTH SIDES. 

4 Steele's saloon, Peter Steele, sen., prop. 
Steele Peter, jun., clerk 

Commercial Alletj en Is. 
6 Belyea Arthur L., barrister 
Higgius Frank, law student 
Dunn, Wiraaa & Co., mercantile agency 
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Matllicws Krastiis Wiilter, manager 
Jones (Miarlos F., clerk 
Joui's k Co., 9ieii(){rni)ilior3 and typewriters 
Koom a and li CoinniPi'ciul Travellers Asaocia- 
lion of Canii'la 

1 Marsliall James Ciirrie, com. agent 

2 Uier W. A., ccramiiiaiou agent 

4 Vacant 

5 Vacant 
Vacant 

and aSorby Thomas Chas., architect 
Vacant 
Uravernian I., money broker 

H. F., & Co., real estate and 




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8 lleisterman 
iusii ranee 

Heisiennan Henry Frederick 

lltisternian Bernard S., clerk 

Haynes Georj^e Washinffton 

MiUiial Lile Insurance Co. of New York 

Fhciii.v Fire Insurance Co. of ISroolil yn 
N. Y. 

We5;lern Assurance Co. of Toronto 

Firemen's Fund Insurance Co., of Ban 
Franc SCO (.Murine 15rancli) 

Lloyds Underwriting Agency & Associa- 
tion of London 

* Wareliouse C. Suonss & Co. 

9 and 11 Jones W. H. .MacNaugiiton, A.B., 
M.U.,M.S. 
21 Bales Jiiuies Chestney, accountant and ins. 
a;|ent 
Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. of Man- 

clie.ster 
Eiiuitable Life Assurance Socieiy of the 
U. .S. ( I'he.) 

* Drake, Jackson & Helincken, barristers 
Jackson R. K. 

llelinckeii Henry Dallas 

Drawe B. H. T., student 

I'einberton C. C., barrister 

La igley VVm. 11., student 

Cannicliael Arch., acci. 

Daniell Fdwin J., clerk 

Crease Luiiiley, student 

Fawceit Win. L . clerk 
23 Ganick's Head siloou, Edmund Walker 
H|K'ncer, pro]) 

Brown — , bartender 
25 Ci izeus insurance Co., E. A., Hart, ma- 
uager 

Langley Alley. 

2 Vacant 

4 Bociuierand saloon, Victor Jensen, pnip 
Hawkins Arthur, steward Oriental hotel 

Commercial Alley. 

* Crawford James, g'>n commission ngent 
Nairone Ciiarles Robert, bookkeeper 

* Customs Bonded VVrtiehouse 

* Lciser Snnou, warehouse 



BATTERY, from B.acou IJili Pa,k 
Carr. 

* Rutland Henry 

BAY STREET, from Kock Bav 
Chambers. ■*' 

4 Gill James Austin, engineer 
DeLong William 

7 Kobiiison Leonard, cartienter 

8 Mcintosh Sieplieii F., foreman 

9 Jackson OliTer, coppersmith 

10 Campbell .Veil 
Campbell Robert, prospector 
Campbell John, cigar maker 
Campbell Mi.ss Aj^ii s 
Campbell Miss Grace F. 

11 Frank John 
Willlnson Miss Catherine 

12 Eckirt W'illiiun, grocer 

13 Babv Frank, cariienier 
Baby I'homas, carpemer 

15 Hiiglies Jacob McDomitd, rlcrls 
Miles Harry 

jMc.Vdanis Laura, wid L. C. 
Miles Miss Lillian 

lioch Jiiiy (w. intersects. 
2C- Renoiif Joseph 
1!8 Mctiregor Alexander 
30 iSimpkins William 

Campbell Daniel 

iSiinpkins Miss Dora 

kjimpkins Miss Klla 

Goi-rrniiiant intersccti:, 

76 Devereiix ('apt. Jolin 

Devereux Willrtin V). 

Deveieux Frank A., C.E. 
*7& Auld Jame.-<. coiitiactor 

Morri? Fanny, Hid rhini.is 
94 Gleason Michael Doiiijjlas, carpenter 

Gleasoii William Aigii-!, caipenier 

Glearion Mis- Mary Eli/,abetii 
98 Buriletl John, carriage dr.ver 

Ifliinr/mrcl ends. 

Si'viiiil liei/nis. 
*I20 Wood William Henry 

Third Ijiyins. 

Fourth beyins. 

BEACON HILL PAllK, 

* Barracks C. Battery 

Holmes Lt. Col. Josiali Greenwood 

Peters James, major 

Benson Capi. Thomas 

Ogilvie (Jeo. H., lieut. 

Grtiidet Fredk. M., lient. 

Palmer Edward, cup. and quartermftatei 



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* Elliott John, gardener 
(iannon John, ch-rk 

7 Thompson Ik'ury, carpenter 
5 Stephenson Fi'eiik. 
3 Motfat Thomas, contractor 
1 D.xids Wm. 

* McTavijh Geo. A. 

Park Ho ad ends. 
McClnre nnln. 
Sujirrior hei/iiis. 

* Wilson Ohns., barrister 
Clunk Miss Eliziibeih, domestic 

Miclnijan licgins. 

Toronto hfii/iii)!. 

* Leicli Peter, city surveyor 
MeDonal'l Jatie, wid Alex. 

* Mo.Viimee .i.ini-s 

* lliiinin >nd Wililiiin, U.K. 

* Uolonlst hotel, Alis. Citherioe Hott, pro- 

prietress 

Cameron John 6. 

Simcoe begiRS. 

Ni'igara begins. 

■' Johnston Angus Rutherford 
Joiinstou Mrs, Lilla 

Battery begins, 

' lirown R. H. 

Dallas rOad. 

BEECIIY, fromjlupert to Vancouver. 

12 Fiirroll I'litrick 

I'lirrell Mis? Cecilia 

Fiirrell Patrick Gerald 

Fiirrell John Uomiuick 
'.C Hewlett Charles, C. Hattery 
'1» Gabriel fcldwanl, painter 

Robson James, painter 
20 Trive George, waiter Driard 

Joiinson Katherine, wid Obcdiah 

Johnson Xellie, wid Noel 

BELCirER, from Yuiicouver, to City 
limits. 

U Ferguson Ross J. 
2M Diivii? Albert Alfred, cigar maker 
Hittaucourt Richard Ernest 

* Vacant 
•3 Vacant 

•jy Humphreys Hon. Thomas Basil 
Huuiphreys Thomas Stanley 

* Ward Robert 
King Miss Florence 
Jones Miss Sarah 
Vuwia Miss Dora 



Moss intersects. 

* New house 
(Sionyhurat) 

* Harvey Rout 

* Carey Castle. Govt house 
Nelson Hon. Hugh, Lt. -Governor 
Higgins J imes T.. gardener 

* Kurnurd Frank S., M.P. 
Jelfs (leorge, gardener 

*■ Vacant house 

Pemberton road ends. 

* Davio J. C, MO. 
Davie .Miss .Maude 
Davie Miss Eliih 
Davie .Miss Kate 



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* Paddon rev. (^anon William F. L. 
Cook Alfred W., tutor 

* Pemberton J. D. 
Pemberton Frederick 

BELLEVILLE, from McCiure to Mout- 
real. 

2 James Francis Thomas, coachman 

* Helmcken J. S., M.13. 

4 Douglas Lady Amelia, Wid Sir James 

Harris D. R. 
12 Spencer David 
Spencer Christopher 
Siieucer David L. 

liir Iciige Wnlk begins. 

Government fiiilldinga, 

PROVINCIAL .SKCUBT.VRV'S DKl'.VaTMEVf . 

Robson Hon. John, premier, provincial 

secy., and minister of mines 
Reddie Arthur Camtibell, deputy 

EDUC.VTIOS DBPAIITHRXT. 

Robson Hon. John, minister of education 
Pope S. [)., B. A., s'.ipt of education 
Wilson David, B.A., inspector of schools 

PRINTINO DEl'AHTMENT. 

Wolfenden Richard, Queen's printer 
Butler Robert, foreman 
PoUtiigei' Francis, printer 
Shakespeare Frederick, printer 
Uaines William, asst. printer 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.^ 

Turner Hon. John Herbert, minister of Pin 

ance and Agriculture 
Flett Alfred, de)iy treas. 
Smith James .McBride, ])rov. auditor 
Worsfold James Kilveugton, clerk 



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LANDS AND WOUKS DKl'ARTMRNT. 

Vernon Ilnn. Forbes George, chief coram. 

of Lniids ftiiti Works 
Gore Win. SiiielHir, surveyor Renernl 
John Bedliiigton IliiroM, chief ilrauglitsman 
Pliipps iSiftiile.v, clerii of records 
Kiiins Tom, draugliisumn 
Fletclier Ornioiui, iisst. draughtsman 
Cikthcart Henry, clerk 

ATTOHNKY OKNERAL's DEPT. 

Davie Hon. Theodore, atty. genl. 
Irvinft Piuiliis jEmilius, deputy 
Siuchiir Joseph Walter, clerk 

LKOISLATIVK ASSEMBLY. 

Fell Thornton, clerk 

PROVINCIAL MUSSU.M. 

Fannin John, curator 

ASSAY OFFICB. 

McCulloch William F., govt, assayer 
Holmes Alexander, govt, messenger 

DOMINION EMIGRATION OFFICE. 

Jessop John, Dom. govt. em. agent 
Menaies lejins. 

34 MiMicking R. B. 

iMcMickiiig .Miss Maud 

McMicking .Mi.ss Ethel 

Mc.Micking Gland 
41 Beckwilii Herbert 

Milliiigton Ernest, expressman 
40 Crawford 
52 Mouat Mary Ann, wid William 

Mouat Alex. J. G. 

Mouat Miss Helen 

Mouat Anthony O. 
62 Leigh Helen V., wid Wm. Tho8. 

Leigh Joseph 
72 Spring Susan, wid Wm. 

Spring Charles 

Spring Miss Rrama 

Ui<riug Miss Lottie 

Oswego begins. 

82 Gray A. B. 

Phipps George J. 
86 Clark Sarah, wid Graham James 
Chadbourne Miss Adela 
Gamble F. C, C.E. 
92 Johnson Edwin 

John begins. 

114 Lewis Capt. Herbert George 

118 Solly Leonard Hollis 

120 Angus William 

126 Mackay Alex. Erie, C.E. 



BELLOT, from Vancouver to Cook. 

9 John Hedlington HaroM 

10 Williams Elizabeth, wid Benjamin 
Williams Benjamin 
William-* William 
Williams Miss Alice 
Williams .Miss Mary 

* Hart E. A. 

* NewcombeC. P., M.D. 

* Goddard Samuel May, architect 

BIRDCAGE WALK, from ,lamcs J3ayj 
to AJicliig.in. 

BOTH SIDES. 

1 Williams Robert, .M.A. 
5 .Mason Henry S. 

.Mason Henry G . clerk 
12 Cameron Willinni GeorgH 
Robinson .Miss .Mary 

15 Green Ale.xander Alfred 

16 Wylie C. G. 
19 Riiymer James Lawson 

Eben Mi.^s Wiliielmina 
*23 Jay George 
27 Simpson George 

Pferdner Einil, music teaflier 
33 McD'inell Mrs. R. J., widow, bdg imiw 

Cairnes T. A. 

Wilson Davi i, M.A. 

Eihered.e George 

Skinner Eraest. snrvcvor 

Donaldson .Mrs^ Bella,' wid 

37 McDonald John 

38 Wilson William 
Wilson .Miss Ediih 

."iO Pope Stephen D. 
41 Smith James McI5. 

Burton .Miss Fannie 
*48 Gordon lienjamin 

Fairlie .Miss .Mary 
40 Hunter Joseph, O.B. 
55 Robson Hon. John 

Robson Frederick William 

Michigan iiite meets, 

* Jackson William, jr. 

* Wilson William, printer 

* Irving Tiiomas 

* Bone Thomas S. 

BLANCIIARD, from BurJctte av 
Fourth 

BOTH .SIDES. 

2 Christie rer. James 

Chriitie William 
6 Fletcher Evarard Hyde 

Fletcher Edward Taylor 

Fletcher Cecil, Custom houw 



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9 Roberts Ricliard, raerchaat tailor 
Kolit'rtd IsHuc, tailor 

1 10 ft'iilbery William Henry 

Rae interitectt. 

1 Pctfengll Benjamin Uorjr 
1 Vacant 

111 T'ldd John 

1 15 .Macriamara Mi33 Mary, nurse 

Miicnamara EIIlmi, wid. James, nurse 
;< {Jarviii Tiiomas M. 
|'2J iinct' William 

Heaney Jo-ieph, draymaa 

lleaney Miss Jane 
ho McKay Gilbert, teamster 

Bryce Robert, teamster 

Jldlwaine William, teamster 

Jlc.Veill Frederick 

lio'e Fiudley, teamster 

McKinnoii Maluulm, teamster 

Allen Rciicrt, teamster 
I V. iiiyce James 

11 ly James, blacksmith 

Mc'Xeil Charles, iailor 

Hunter Miss Mary Kllcii 
) Cliadwiek Catherine, wid Thomas 

Uliadwick (ieor^e, druggist 

Chadwiek Thomas 

Cliadwiek Robert 

Cliadwiek Alfred, picture framer 

Cliadwiek Miss Marg.iret 
1 34 Clushman C, painter 

Fort iiUenseeta. 

I \l Sura Chung, laundry 
oj Lowell Henry 

Morris Henry, clerk 
;" Vacant 

4J liriilj^es Mrs. Greorpe, rar.sic teacher 
W Kennell Godfrey Kalsominer 
5ti Gardner Alexander, laborer 

Webb F. W., laborer 

View intertectt. 

1 43 Bi<(ger George Gordon 

liii^jier Ancel William 

l^ijjtjer .Miss Sarah Jaue 
1 4J lindges George, teamster 

" Vacant 
1 4:i Miitheson Hugh M., contractor 

Walker Harry William, builder 

Bassett William P., builder^ 

Walker John 
51 Coiley Miss .Mary L., dressmaker 

Brown Miss Annie, dressmaker 

Brown Miss Gassie, bookkeeper 
1 55 Warehouse 

5^ Herman William, music teacher 
[ 60 Bushell .Mrs., music teacher 

Bushnell Miss Emma, music teacher 

Johnson, intersects. 



74 Stelly Qeoriic, contractor 
Htockeud John, team^^ter 
Hrown Archibald, teanjBtw 
Hayes Joseph, teamster 
Verdiar John, teamster 
Verdiar Joseph, teamster 
.Mc Williams Thomas, teamster 
Stelly Frank O. 

7G Draut John, grocer 
(iravelle Frank, driver 
Draut .Miss .Miiry 
Uraut Mi.^s 1) 

Johnson intersect*. 

78 Foster James 

Foster Robert 
T.\ Gowen Chas. N. 
75 Abbott Mrs. L L. 

Gllmcre Jol:n, house decorator 

("atl wallader Miss Mary 

Andrews .Miss Bell 

Caselton Mws Klith 
80 F'ish Tlionia^, herbalist 
• Jewish Synagogue 

Pan lorn intersects. 

8G Phillips Philip A. 

Farqiikar begins. 

91 Jewell lleiirv, t .luilure dealer 
Field Williaiu 
Jewell Frank, clerk 

Cormorant intersect*. 

98 Jordan John, painter 
103 Smith Wil.sou 
li)5 Aaronson A. 

Fis'juaril intersects. 

107 Harrison William, grocer 
109 Gill William 

111 Wood Jerome Uigger, bartender 
113 niackmore John miis 

Craigie Miss Eli/.a 
115 Hannah James, railroader 

Ruttan Edmund Hall, laborer 

117 Stevens A. Whitfield, carpenter 

Pi'ineer ut Itejins. 

118 Geiger Thomas 

Ilerald ends. 

U9 Wing Cliun?, laundry 
120 Field William 

Braund Charles 

Ward William, bakery 

Keldie Robert, cabinetmaker 
12.') ({rant Catherine, wid William 

Grant Henry A,, teamster 
124 Croft William 
126 Vacant house 
128 Clyde George Marshall 



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137 Willinnis Mrs. J. V:. 

Morrow D. W. 

.Miiiin H. A. 
132 ("iiriip Frederick, of Cnrne & Miinsie 
I'M Tlumii-ou JoLn Alex., niarint engineer 

Viic'uiit 

Jhncovery end*. 

Mrtplelnirst 
153 i:ii()tlc9 Jlrs. S. II., wid 
I'lige C. M. 
Lux ton A. P. 
liiuuk's tJiiBrles W. 
Kbodes Arthur 
libodes Miss E. B. 

Miqilehurst Cottuije. 

* Jnnion Mrs. A. I., ivid Kiehard 
14C Steele Williitin Aiidersun, engineer 

J'einbroki' inleiiectn. 

144 Stemler Lewis 

Suielburst Miss Alice 

J'lincesii av. intersccls. 

Queen's av. intersects, 

BOTD, from Niagara to Dallas Road. 

47 Cowper Ilenrj- Mendows 
Cowper ^Villianl Henry 

48 Robbins Jolin Robert, espressman 

* Miller — , logger 

L RIDGE, from Rock Bay to EUiee. 

3 flealborn William 
Hertiliorn Arthur 
Heatliorn William Elisha 

* Kock Uny Tannccy 
Heaihoru \\ iiliani, j.rop 
Mcintosh 8teplien Fulton, foreman 
Peatt Frederick Jiunes, currier 
McKeiizie John, Mnisher 
JoljDSon Edward Ebene/.er, currier 
Rosskilly Josepli, tanner 

Kirk Uharles Watson, teamster 
Larson Charles, tanner 
Watson Thomas, engineer 

John intersects^ 

Henry intersects. 

33 Mann James Goodfellow 

Kelly James Alexander, apprentieo 
Boyd William Henry, student 

David intersects, 

41 McKinley John 

Ellice begins. 

* Brick Yard, — Moore, prop. 



BROAD, from Brougliton to Piiiidora 
tiv. 

EAST Sinn, 
Fort inlerKecl.i. 

11 Wilson A. <fe W., stoTcsand tinwa^j 
Wilson Alexander 
Wilson William 
McLean Milton, tinner 
Ander.soii James L., tinner 
Wilson Thomas, jilumher 
Wilson Joseph, ap]irentice 
Wilson Hiitlier, apprentice 
Wilson Williimi (!., apprentice 

13 Jay k Co., nursery and seeds- 
Jay Georgo 

15 timilb Arthur, locksmith 

View'Jntersecta. 

21 Field Mrs. S., fancy goods 

1-loluies Arthur 

Field Samuel, carpenter 

Smith — . jeweller 

Walhy W. H., real estate 
25 Bowman William (iile. livery 

Teesoale William, hostler 

Wilmot Harry, driver 

O'Neil Fred., driver 

Fulfoid George, ilri" .r 

Sullivan — , driver 

AVood James, driver 

Hume Jerry, driver 

Fos er James, hostler 
20 Mann & Heron, harness 

Mann Henry Thomas 

Heron !{obert 

McMenemy Wm. Haniilton, barnesraaktr 

Henvey George, saddler 
35 Desbrisay Uelcour 

Yates intersects, 

39 Davis Miss Jennie 

Davis Miss JIaitie 

Lee Miss Laura 

Lyons Miss Fanny 
41 Lindsay .Miss Lizzie 
43 Elwood Jliss .May 
45 Fay Miss Minnie 

Tiedeman Miss Ollio 
47 Dessop Miss Helen 
51 Howard Miss Rosa 
55 Vanover Mi^:s Geoi-gina 
57 Williams Miss May 
59 Robari Miss Jennie 

Johnson intersects.. 

63 Vipond Arthur, machinist 

t!9 Meslon John, carriaije shop 
Walker James, blacKsmith 
Veitch William, blacksmith 
Semple Alexander, woodworkej' 






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Shields Alfred, woodworker 
linker Geoiyi', wooilworker 
l)iil(ram(> ({obert, l)liK'ksi)iith 
"3 Hviinia S tS , oiiiieiiin 
Flyunis .Miss Adeliiide 
SImbcn Kine^t, tailor 
.Myers Jake 

WEST SIDR. 

4 Garnett Edward T., livery 
I'lirler Fntnk, liosiler 
Wariiian ,1111111, husilcr 
Farrell Thoiims, stabli-nian 
McCalluiii Dan., driver 

Fort inhr^ucts. 

Goodwin k .lordnn, piano mfrs. 

(lOi)dwin Oliver Herbert 

(»wen Allreii, pinno Inner 

Kettle William Alfred, apprentice 

Canmra N'ichola.'^, cnseniaker 

Meniseli liobcrt, (iclislior 
!C Hlake ('liailes Itobert, plumber 

Webb ('•liri.'^loplier, repairer 
18 .Mason Tliomas G., coinin. agent 

(Jaulf liroH it ('d., of .Montreal, dry gooda 

DodilsP. D., it Co., uf .Montreal, paiutg and 
oils 

Toller A Robinson, real estate 

Toller Albert 

Robin.-siin Herbert 0. 

Great Western Mutual Accident Aid Asso- 
ciation of Denver 
20 Oliver's Daiu'in<j .Vciideniy 

(.Miver William JoseiiLi, professor 

Spencers .Vrcailo 
22 Public Library 

MetJri'iror Jariie.s, LL.D., librarian 

Calvert Jolin, nu'reliant tailor 

Steele .Maii^aret .Miss, tailoress 
24 Hayes Hros., bakery 

Hayes W.lliuiri Au(^ustU3 

Hayes Albert EuiTuanuel 

Hayes Krnest, driver 

Hayes (J has . clerk 

Snell James, baker 
2^ Williams Hobert T., bookbinder 

* Bull IV. K., general ajjent 

' Y'oun<; Men's Giirisiian Association, Frank 
WilliamB Teagiie, gen. secy. 
Murray James, asst. secy. 

Trounce Alleii ends. 

* Mason W. II., real estate 

• Gill J. K. & (Jo., sub. book pub. of Port- 

land 
Kerr .fohn Robert, agent 
International Kneyclopedia 
Guslean Charles, agent 
Macdonald James, canvasser 

• Hampsou & Terry, dry goods 

I'i'.tes in>ei'sects. 



.50 (folding Rerimrd, tob«ceoni.st 
52 Sturdy F., At Son, [jaiuier.i 

Sturdy Frederick 

Sturdy Harry 
5G Wuerz Mrs. Alexina 

Haker .Miss llertlia 

Williams .Mi^s .Mitinie 

llar.k ns Miss Vi(drt 

(jameron Miss Annie E. 
02 Wooton .Mrs. Irene 
64 Pointer N. 

Johnston internectx. 

OS Hooper David Goodsin.'slioeni'ikcr 
70 .McDonald Charles, boarding house 

Ireland William, carjjenter 

Adams Hiirry 

Liivell .lames, ship carpenter 

Hackett Jock, ship earpeuter 

McDougall Dan., waiter 

BllOUGUTON, from WlmrftoDoa- 

JL,'lilS. 

SOUTH SIDB. 

Hayward Charles, contractor 
(laselion Frederick, carpenter 
Spott.s Ghas. Nelson 
Siiarples P., carpenter 
Sweeney C. H., laborer 
Woodrutl' F,, bricklayer 
Jenkins John, cariKMi'er 
Robellce C. H., carpenter 
Hean Eli, carpenter 
Derider Peter, carpenter 

Gorernment intersects. 

Dempster, I^eck k (Jo, cairiagemakers 

Dempster Pati'ck William 

iii'ck Joseph . .ederick 

Harnard Frank 

I'orteons William Frank, blacksmith 

Dempster Walter Scott, helper 

Robertsiin Saml. Duncan, carriage trimmer 

ilopkins Zacliariah .Martin, carriage maker 

Newman Allan, carriage maker 

Fenton Ira, carriage painter 

(iiles George Frederick, carriage trimmer 
19 Henderson Anton 
21 iind 'J;? Victoria Transfer Co. (Ld) 

IJarnard Frank StilUnan, pres. 

Harkvr, — , driver 

Auder;5on P., driver 

Franklin Jhsso, driver 

Malcolm (Jeo., hostler 

Smillie Win,, teamster 

Crowtber Geo., messenger 

Henderson Anton, supi, 

Mouat Alexander J., secty 

Brooker Thomas, buggy washer 

Whitlier E., farm hand 

Hatton Thomas, hack driver 

Driscoll Daniel, hack driver 






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IJrien I'oter, foromun hostler 
Norris Williaai, liiick driver 
Willis Martin, Imcit driver 
Truesdal Willimn. cub driver 
Patterson A., hack driver 
O'lirieu Thoma-i, harness clen..er 
McGiiiiiis John, express driver 
Orniiston George, luisller 
Truesdale Wal er, hack driver 
I'etiicrew Harry, express driver 
Oreiiurd Juspar, hack diiver 
Samson Juiin, teamster 
Eslerbrook S., hack driver 
27 Hayues Irs, Edith 

NORTH SIDE. 

Esqiiimalt & Nsnairpo Kailway Co., Alex 
ander Dimsn'.i'ir. ,iresideiit 

Dnnsniuir .Janies, treasurer 

Hunter Josepii, gen. sunt. 

Prior Il'Miry K., gen. ft. and pass, agent. 

AVhyte William, accountant 

Truicb John, land commission 

Piuder William G., C. E., surveyor 

i^i'lly L. 1!., dr<HigiitsJiu»n 

Hammond William, draiiglitsmau 

White George, messenger 

Wellington (Jollleries 

Diiusi'iiiir l{., Jk S'iL's 

Diinsnuiir Ah'.Vitnder 

Dunsmiiir Jaiiies 

Lind-^ay Albert Edward, bookkeeper 

Uiimn Collieries Co. (Ld), James Duusmuir 
president 

M li_^ te Wm., Hccounlant 
6 Wil.siiii Charles, barristerat-law 

Wooitoii Edward Ernest, barrister 

Wolfenilen Arthur R., clerk 

H.tniai'd (Jeo. Henry, student 
t William .Miss Fay 
10 Burgess Jolin I'ope, contractor 

iiiirgess William Lewis, L'arpeuter 

Steer Charles, carpenter 

Creed George 

llainett Robert, carpenter 
liiirns Ernest James, car|>enter 
Liiing John Anthony, carpenter 
14 WeutwortL Miss Delia 



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V.iucoiiver. 



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tC Engell)ardt Julius Frederick Emil 
Engelhardt Arthur, clerk 
Engelhardt Ifeginald Stanley 

23 Berkeley Mrs. L. A., wid 
Miles Mrs. Elizabeth, wid 



24 Beaulands re». Arthur, H.A. 

Gore William Sinclair, surveyor general 
Gore Thomas Sinclair, i.ur 'e^or 

Quddni intersecis. 

.S7 Hamley Hon. Wymand 

40 Hills lit Rev. George, D D., Bishop 

* Angela Ladies College 
nii|)ont Miss C. E., princi])al 
Bodington Miss J. E., teact-.er 

BURNSr HE ROA I),from Saaiiich Uiad, 
to City limits. 

* Chinese 

Elizabeth her/ins. 

* Maynard George Henry 

* ('ivin Thomi'.s, carpenter 
Cavin George, salesman 
Cavin Guy, painter 
Gavin Arthur, clerk 

* Uavey Frederick, <•!( rk 
Davey Frederick William, clerk 

* l>iidgKon James , butcher 

* Darling James, f,-ardener 

* Belliiniy Mrs. F,. J., widow 

* Wilson John J., linker shop 

* Ronald William, tanner 

* Pridmore Willimn, liiriner 

* Sea Samuel, sen , >hipw right 
S'-a Samuel, jun., clerk 

* Wilkinson Edward, U, B. 

* Hunt John, gardener 

CADBORO BAY ROAD.— Continua- 
tion of Fort Street. 

■2 Haywood Joseph 
.'^ Merrill Joseph, agent 
10 Campbell — 
12 Dawson Edward, laborer 
14 Gravelle Frank 
18 Adams Frank 

Best Misi? .M. C. 
23 Crease Hon. Henry. P.P. 
Crease Liiidley 

Ebcrt Miss Wbiihcimena, domestic 
*':\ Grant John 
2(j Archibald William Fulton 
3t) E'.i'ord John, coniracicr 
34 Adams Mrs. M. 

Marvin E. B. 
20 Fell Thornton 
Fell .Miss Jessie 
Clark Miss Lydi'a, domestic 
3G Sparrow I aiah Mernmaii 
Sjiarrow Walter (Juirge 
Lopatecki Maurice de, journalist 
Sparrow Miss Gertrude 
38 Davie Theodore 
42 Xelson Jchn 

MuAdam Miss Maggie 






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44 Patei'son Thomas Wilson, contractor 

l\iloy George, bookkueper 
37 Viiciiut 

Moss intfrKitia. 

39 Gray Eliza, wiilow J. H. 

dray MitJS Fluri'iiee 

tira\ Miss .Sili.vl 

(iniv Joiiii liaiiiillon, C. E. 

GraV P. M. II. 
41 Wilson AliXiiiulcr 

Wilson William 

Wilson Ri'llii r 

Wilson I''i('(lcrick 
50 Atkinson William Douglas 

llambley William Juliu 
43 Harrison Kli, sen. 

Ihirrison Allnil 

Harrison Miss Alice 

Harrison .Miss Lizzie 

Harrison Miss May 

• Dnusmnirs' grounds 
Thomson John, gai-Jcner 

I'dh'n cik/s. 

80 t'arasusa Marpuet, widow Michael 
Sfl Harrison Kh, jr., county judge 
to Peters Major 

I'einlierton hi (/ins. 

120 Mills S. Perry 

Kill liltord lioliert, farmor 

Ellord William 

Earle Thomas. M.P. 

Haucy .Miss Julia, domestic 

.Mcljean Helen, widow Alex. 

.Mi'Leaii William 

Johnston P. T., & Co., mirsery 

Ch'irhii hi gins. 

15" Hifrgins I). W. 
Iii({gins .Miss .Maud' 
PMJweli Miss Viva' 

• Diiiamt C. T., major 
no W'vld Ernest A. 

Wyld Leonard H. 
li-1 Ausiin Jiiliii J. 
Aii-iin .Misi Annie 
Ausiiii Miss ('ariie 
Austin .Mi'is lletiry 
White Miss Edith 

C.vnil, from Toronto to Dallas Road. 

• Bishop George 

Siincnr inli'rsec/K. 

• Cnu^e Rt Hev. Edward, K. E. Bishop 
Orid-re Miss Ellen 

('ridsre \Hss .Mary 
Crids^e Miss Elizabeth 
2. Fawcett liowlaiid Wijriiell, upholsterer 
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F'awcelt .Miss Annie Jane 

Fawcett .Miss Edith .Mary 

Fawcett .Miss (Jrace Ellon 

Fawcett Prank Oswald 
33 Mason Th inias G. 
41 Hamford Thomas 

(Jarmiehael William 

44 CaiT Mi.ss Edith 
(Jair .Miss Elizabeth 
Cair .Miss Alice 
Uarr .Miss .Millie 
Carr Hicnard, jiin. 

45 Lowe kjkeue 

Simcoe intersects. 
A'ir/arn intersects, 

* Sullivan Daul. Parker, hack driver 

CKDAR HILL llOAD, from Wtilnut 

ist Xorth 

* Lyou James, A. L W. 

Edmonton begins. 

CI<]NTRE ROAD, from Ridgo Road 
to Foriiwood Road 

2 Behnsen H. F. W. 

3 Hlooudield Charles P. 
15 Kwan Philip, carpenter 

CHAMBERS, from Pandora ave to 
Btiy tSireet 

BOTH SIDES. 

J'.lizalnth ends. 
19 Whittaker AVilliam, barber 

Alfred ends. 
23 Vacant 

Putnam intersects. 
Nortli I'ark interte.cts. 

* Lehman David, carpenter 
Lehman Samuel, carpenter 
Mitchell Charles, nin.son 
Mitchell Andrew, carpenter 

Caledonia ai< ends. 

75 Squires Christian, teamster 
Squires Edmund, teamster 

* Spring l{idge Ward school 
liarron L. A. F. Miss, teacher 
Fawcett Grace .Miss, asst. 

* Jells Thomas, painter 

* Graham — 

South Hoad hfgimt. 
Queen s av ends. 
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* Lion Hrewcry Saloon, George Fairbrolher 

prop. 

iV III II lit Kl ht'ijins. 

* Jolinson Adiini, laborer 
Grei'uway Louis 

CHANCERY LANK, on North Side 

of J'Kistion s(iii!iro 

8 Biirnes Hmise, T. J. Hiinips. \itci\\ 
Miidit'l! Jmiik's, iimmit'iu'iiiiH'is' agent 
Siiiiili J. \V., pui'^ier i.tr. Islandor 
Morion John 

yiiriiigei' lieu'is. bnrten'ler 
Cooper (ii'orge. a^eiit (>. K. & X. Co. 
Kurtz Walter, printer Colonist 
Mills baniel 

Kiiriz John, cijrar nianut' cturer 
r_' Hall 11, (}., I arrister at law 

14 Wtills John I'.itniore, barrister at law 
Elliott Uicliaril, clerk 

10 Heit J. Koland. barrister at law 
fiUiott George, clerk 

15 Vacant 
20 Vacant 

C11A15LK?, fVom Ciidlioi-o Bay Iload 
to Bok'her. 

* Vacant 

* Toller Alb-rt 

* HastiiiL'S Oregon C. 
Harjiiug.! Minnie Miss 

initli Jcilin. citrainiiiker 

* Johnston 1'. T. 

* Richards lion. A. \., police magistrate 

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1 Albion lion Works Co. (Lt.) 
lUillen W. I'., manager 
Seabrooke 1!. R., cashier and bookkeeper 

II N'acaiit 

l,'! Fii/.ireiald .lohn, cook 

McDonald Jdlin 
17 Tiilly IVrcival William 

III Barrett Micliael, laliorcr 
Armstrong J. 
Hamilton — , lahorer 
Kelly James, laboivr 

21 Cabaiis 

31 Gray Samuel, sa<h and door factory 
Gray Kdward .}., torenian 
(Stevens Frank Thomas, cftrpenler 
Hodgson Hutchinson, carpenter 
Wiseman Robert S., carpenter 
Brown James, carpenter 
Walker Harry, carpeMicr 
Ircdale Wilson, carpentiT 
Pridham lienry T., eabiuetmiiker 



Robinson John Russell, carpenter 
(Jray Samuel Wesley, carpenter 
Jlonk Altred, machine hand 
Clark (ieorg>', carpenter 
Bowden Ah'.xander. carpenter 
Hughes James, cariienter 

Goirnniieiit iiilcrsi'cLi. 

10 Madigan Georpe, A.I.W. 
42 Horde August, l)lacksmith 

Horde K., shoemaker 

Borde Mrs., widow 
40 Vacant 
#48 Xew house 
47 Ridiiley Rubert, laborer 
51 Walker Walter, coal otlice 
o2 Wall John, tailor 
53 Adams Fiederick, brickbiyer 

Adams John Henry, carpeiiier 

Adams Albert Norton 
55 McDonald Hugh II., contractor 
5() Hanks — , machinist 
58 Russell David, A.I.W. 

Doiiijltiii iiilcrs( (ix. 
00 Green J. M. 
80 Vacant 
8J Lalhy J(-hn 

83 Croghan Arthur, merchant 

84 Stevens Allan, butcher 

85 Flewin Albert (.'liarles 

8<i Kelly Henrv, ship cariientcr 
87 (.'learihue Joseph, e(Mn merehiint 
89 Dowler Wellington J., cit.\ clerk 
i)0 Dewsnap Joseph 

Dewsnap Albert, A.I.W. 
92 Fraser .Mrs. Amelia, widow 

Fraser I'eter, laborer 

I- raser Jane .Miss 
i>4 Hart David, cigar store 

Blanchiird inlcrxi'cit:. 

103 MeT.,ean Capt. Alexander, carpenter 
#lo;i .>>|iiiw Thoni.is, .VI W. 

Shaw Rieliard, A.I.W. 

Shaw Jaiiu's, A.I.W. 

112 Ri'tnr Rohert 

113 lleay KUoiior, widow Jaini'8 
Dick.son — , A.I.W. 
Hi'arns llenrv, dve works 
lleay Alexander," A.I.W. 
lleay Walter 

Hi ward --, printer 
111 I'ciit WilliHui, capiani 
110 Fraser William (iiai,!, hackdrivet 
r.7 Iredale Wilson, carpenier 

118 (^iirry Frank H.. elerk 

119 Isaai'S J. 

120 Howden L .Mrs. 
Howdini Williftm Henry 
Howden James 

122 .McDowell John, contractor 
McUowuli William, '-Colonist" 



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McDowpU Thomas A., A.I.W. 

jMcDowell Clmrlc!!, nioiiliior 

JIcDowi'l' Henrv P., primer 

MoDdwfll Mi.^sSamh M. 

McDowfll Miss Isabel C. 
|l22iViiciint 
IJjIliirrls John 
;M Joslyn Chiu-lcsS. 
|i;5 Alien Willimn Hooper, miner 

Wiitters Jurat's, miner 

Qutttlra iiiliTKecli!. 

I'lSSJones John, of Jones k McN'eil 
l.iO MeCiuidish (leor^e, ■'liii) carpenter 

Wright Alex., ship carpenter 
•140 Lemon James 
I lU Occupied 

'4-t Durant Harry Huntingham 
I UJ Oolieii Mercado, cigiir mnfr. 

Mackay A. D., cigarniuker 

Kiel .I'ds Z., cigaiinaker 

NIcliolson Chas., cigarraaker 

Jenkins 0. \iii- 

Jenkins William Henry, A.I.W. 

Fo.x Jonas Henry, A I.W. 

Civirjr Patrick, clerk 

Wi^'irctt Francis, printer 

Fox Alfred, printer 

Fox (Jertnide M. .Mi-s 
;40 llorton Hubert John, II. R. Uo. 
!,'iO (Jibb I/avid, carpenter 
l,il Ke.ssler Henry, A.I.W. 
M.V2 Ward John 

;,'9 KUiott Anthony, i)iiper hanger 
'.U Sleathlim William, ship carpenter 
I'U Kirsop (Jenrge, stDiieciitter 
'.'."i Moore James, carpenter 
ITj Cohen Jiimes A., job printer 

White Theresa Miss 
'i<l (Jliislett Cliailes, carpenter 
IJO (<aselton Kicliard 
K'O .McPeigh Sarah, widow John 

MeTeigh Charles 

McTeigh Maggie Miss 
'UHIiiiiski tlonstance, widow Michael 

lliiiski August 

lliiiski James 
1;|,") Neiheiby Stephen Hritton, school teacher 
l;i" Miuison John Dunean, tanner 
l;'9 Tayhjr Chailes, tailor 

Taylor ('harles Frederick, expressman 

Taylor William, expressman 

Taylor Miss Elizabeth 
:0T Cathcart Henry 

Cathcart .lohn, clerk 

Calhcart Henry, clerk 

Cook iiiifrnftiK, 

* MacAskill .Mexander, carpenter 

jMcLeod John, laborer 

Fraser Angus, laborer 
60 Sayyea John 

Sayyea William 



•Gl Leech Alfred 

• Calvary Baptist mission chapel, rev. M. L. 

llugg, pastor 

FiTiiwood inli rseftn. 

• Snider William Henry, contractor 

88 Robertson William Archibald 

89 Hale Richard Samuel, millwright 

CIIUECIIWA Y, from Douglas. 

noTH SIDES. 

8 Lindley William Purdy, reporter 
Harris A., real estate 

Paine William 
1 Chiirion A. 
?> Fuggle Richard 
5 (JaUiraith .Angus, miner 

Galbiaith Findley, teamster 

Galbiaith William, teamster 
7 Fleming John W., stonecutter 

9 Johnston John 
Noble Janx's 

11 Milne Alexander Hunter, contractor 

• Fenf' n Ira, painter 

• C.irley David Mark, printer 
i:! Vacai'it 

15 Hcivton John, policeman 
26 Wilson Jatiies Keith 
'M Tuck Samuel Parker, 0. E. 
32 Irving Robert, agent C.P.R. 

CALEDONIA AVE, from Cook to 
Spring Bridge. 

BOTH SIDES. 

9 Marslon Charles, hack driver 

11 Wilkins J. 1?.. painter 

12 Hiirkholder William Henry 
14 I iiies William, wood dealer 

13 V'hartou Mrs. Maria 

U! Ri'belee Charles 15., contractor 
24 Ha's Julm, teamster 

Bali Max Dauphin, A.I.W, 
G4 Callow Harry Jaccb 

(Jieen D. F.,"A. 1. W. 
30 King Michael 

Chiiin/icm intii sects. 

• New house 

COBIIRG, from Oswego to Randall. 

5 Shrapnel Kdward, artist 

Shrapnel .Miss Louise 

Shrajiiiel Miss Kate 
7 O'Connor John 

(t'(;i:nnor .Miss KUen 

O'Conror .Miss Nora 

Mctieo^'hegan Mary, wid John 

McGeogUcgan Miss Mary 




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COLLIXSON, from McChiie (Victoria 
CroHcent) to Vancouver. 

1 Wilson Sidney 

5 (I'Le.iry Miclmol, laborer 

Jlmpliy Jiiiiies, laborer 
11 Corr Peter, miner 

19 Lepalle Julian, gardener 

* St Joseiili Ilospiuil, Sister Mary of Provi- 

dence, superioress 

20 VneiiMt 

' French Hospital 
34 Kiuith Joliu diaries, chimney sweep 

Rupert ends. 

52 Saywnrd William Parsons 

Pla.-kett .Mis. .Matilda, housekeeper 

56 Lombard Uhailes A. 

66 l:!ro\vn Robert Austin 
Brown George 
Brown Edward King 

CONSTANCE, from Discovery to Rock 
Bay. 

(lOodwin Samuel H., bookkeeper 
Paiier.-on Robert, foreman W. P. Say ward 

32 Rock Hay saw mill 
Sayward William Parsons, prop 
Sayward Joyejih Austin, clerk 
Cliamber-i Walter Scott, bookkeeper 
Palierson Robert, foreman 

Hicks William, nightwatchman 
Fulloii Daniel, planerman 
Scott David, sawyer 
Wilson Lyman, lath sawyer 
Emerie \\ illiam. screw turner 
Mercer William Henry, tallyman 
iSently Thomas, capt. str " Hope " 

33 Vacant 

COOK, from StruitH of Fuca to Hillside 
av. 

* ChinBtnan 

* Vacant house 

Sutle.ji ends. 

Prendergast ends. 

South Gate endt. 

3 Drake William Tyrwhitt 
Beetle .Mrs., widow 

J'arkini/ton ends. 

Laboucher ends. 

Fiiir/ield Ron J begins. 

j'nniklin ends. 

39 Benson capt Thomas R., adj C. Uattery 

Stevens Miss Florence 
47 Irving P. A., dept attorney general 



Richardson intersects. 

* Smith Thomas Robert 
Smith Robert 

Cartlidge ili-s R., housekeeper 
68 Wilson W. Ridgway 

Scoresby ends. 

•106 Turner John, builder 

Belcher intersects. 

108 Calder Alexander 
Courtney Arihur, law student 

116 Smith William Ilamuiet 

Meats intersects, 

128 Vermouth John 

130 Kelly George P., Telephone Uo. 

Fnrt intersects. 

134 Fletcher Thomas W. 
13G Kosson George Pollard 
140 Vacant 
144 Vacaut 

View interacts. 

Yatca intersects. 

1C3 Rappertie Arthur S. 
105 Bradley J. A. .Mrs. 

Bradley Eiiiesi, clerk 
107 Wolf William, cigar maker 

109 Williunis David IJ., engineer 
171 Marshall Charles 

Johnson intersects. 

178 Heatherbell William, bricklayer 

179 White George, cirpenter 

1«1 .Manning John Wesley, com. traveller 

183 Allsiip William, laborer 
Cross Daniel, laborer 
ScLoles Thomas, stonecutter 

Pandora <iv intersects. 

Elizabeth begins. 

195 Davis J. P. 

Davis Philip 

Davis David 

Davis .Maria, widow J. P. 
190 Vigelius Philip, shoemaker 
198 Walls lliirriett Lucy, wid Wiltiaiu 

Austin William 

St. Louis ends. 

203 .Mather Alexaniler, diver 

Welsh John, laborer 
*205 Richardson R. B. 

Alfred begins. 

Putnam begins. 



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216 Wliitlk'ld John, shoemaker 
'tiO Ailie Frederick clerk 
*2;i2 Pleiice Jane .Mrs., widow 

Plfiice .\)l38 K. J. 

217 Jouiissdii Andrew, cabinetmaker 

* Dw^er William James, groceries, etc. 

North Park ends, 

* Heaiiski A. 

233 I'oltiiiger George 

t'iij llicharus James, butcher 

231) Hunter Richard, custom house 

Cnle Ionia av heijins 
Chatham enila. 

218 Teaguo John, sen., architect 
TcMgue Juhu, juu., druggist 
M'eagiie .\liss Gatlieriiic 
Te.igue .Miss Kmily 

Bates .\lis.s Kate 
155 Jiiy Gfurge, ot Jay & Co., seedsman 
Murray James, gardener 

Pembroke av iiUersecls. 

Princess au intersects. 

(Juien av intersects. 

JJiii/ intersects, 

CORMORANT, from Store to Quadra. 



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10 
14 

18 
20 
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24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
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30 
31 
32 
36 

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51 



Wing Chong .\£ Co. 

Siiig Wo Cliaw, opium mnf'ra 

Kw'Hig Fonk 

King I'ye Co. 

Hung Ciioiig Co. 

Tai Yli'k i Go. 

Ging Iliug, ji-wcller 

Wing Gil, grocer 

Hip Ijiiiig Go. 

Kwoiig On Tai A Co., opium 

JoiiiS W. Kfgcnt, coal yard 

liUllg ('lioiig ii Go. 

Kwong Tai l.niig Co. 

Yec Viifii v^c Go. 

Suig Ki'e \ Go., opium 

Kwoug Giiiiug JH Go. 

Ghoy 8uii 

Hang Wo Hiiijj Kee. fH^oy goods and drugs 

Kwoiig O'l l.itug \ i'.' opiuui 

WhI< tiling « (.'o. 

YiuMi Lung, grocer 

Ye On, pa^Mibrokcrs 



Yiiig Glioiig I'Uug, groceri 
Tai S loug ^v. Go. 
!Siim Kcc, I'm lor 
Chu Gliuntf & Co. 
Yuen GnH>ii. vpuft-iabhes 
All Hoy, i*ilor 
Siug Giiuug, grocer 

(jovemment iitt'^raects. 



* Hung Lee & Co. 

52 Yuen Ciiong, cigar maker 

58 Fook Kee i Co. 

G2 Tai Kee 

04 Gee Wo Kee, tailor 
07 Sing Kee, vegetables 

00 Tai Fung & Co., grocers 

72 Yil^ Lee, grocers 

74 Sing uee »\£ Go. 

78 Wall Yun Go. 

80 Oil Kee, clothing 

84 Hong Yuen & Co., vegetables 

78 Uhing Lung, laundry 

Douglas intersects. 

05 Sen ward Gapt 
97 Hicks — 

* .\!c(iregor James, cariicnter 
.Mctjregor .Mrs. Jame.-^, inidwifo 

100 Giiiiie.--e Girls' rescue hmuB < 
Leake .Miss Annie, matron 

101 Gihson James, brewer 
Gili.ioii Annie .Miss, dressmaker 

107 Jertre .Sarah, wid Uiehard 
Ellis Wm., blacksmith 
Hrennen H., loio engineer 

108 (Jirls' KeJuge Home W. G. T. U. 
Liddall J. P. .Mrs. Dr., malrou 

112 Ledinghain Williain John 

114 -Miller Joseph, Prince of Wales saloon 

110 .IvMinings Kesler, carpenter 

110 Bojsie C. 

120 Jennings Thomas 

Jilanchard intersects. 

12.') Tliom.^on .Maria, wid George 
127 S'ludau — , carpenier 
131 (jraiu Gordon, engineer 

(irant Mi-^s Kirdie 
134 Hr>ant Williain Charles, hor.>eshoer 

liakewell .lames, blacksmith 
130 (ill asley Klizabetli, wid William 

Wills Altred. bricklayer 

Wills Frank, carpenter 

137 Diikie Gliarles llerbert, train baggageman 
Gouge Albert, tiiriiiture linishcr 

Alihtia rilds. 

138 McMilliin James E., sheritf 
Warner J. H. 

.McKay William 
14S Gliielly Wm., dry goods 

.Mason (J. D,, barrisier 
150 Pillar lleuiy 

COURTNEY, from Wharf to Douglass 

Oovtrnment intersects, 

Gordon interscctSi 

* St Andrews Church 
14 Vic. T. Cos. slttbleij 
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20 Sherwood GOurge 

Sulliviin Miiry, widow George 

34 Breutou Kuv. C. J. 

DALLAS ROAD, from Erie to Beacon 
lliU Park 

Ontario lici/ins. 

7 Rithet R.P., & Co., ouU'T wharf 
Wisu Friiiik \V. Cnpt., suporinteadeat 
Brown — , whurtingi-r 
24 Donainidii Eiiiigriiiits Home 
Cliiik John, I'lirctiikor 
Claik Milioii, c;ir|n'uler 
Uliirk Miss Aui.ii^ 
Clark Robert Wilson, printer 

ifunc'ic ends. 

35 Wait William, carpenter 
42 Vacant 

52 Vidler Albert 

V idler .Mi?s Marie 
5G Reid Thonms, lainier 

Joule Altred Janu'S 
64 Cameron Uaiiiel, jdnslerer 

Cameron I'Mwin, printer 

Cameron Howard, carpenter 
* GC Tait Robert, caipenier 

Hi. J.dicrotvi cndSi 

yidjara ciidf. 

84 Bell Wni , stonecutter 

* Smith M. R. 

* I'utton Jnnies, laborer 

112 Atki'iis Wni., C.K. Customs officer 

* Armsiron^f John, pirduncr 
118 Graham William Richard 

Moiitn ti/ III Ig. 

Om'egn ends, 

fldi/d ends. 

* Kains Tom, !> L.S, 

J/i n^iis tudf. 
Alattbews George Frank 
Turner en h. 
Citrr ends. 

* Macanlay W, J. 
Jliicaiilay Norman 
JIacauliiy Miss Lillie 

DAVIP. l;oni (lor^c lioad. 

1 I'anipldel Thotniis ('apt. 

* Morris John, seaman 

3 Ociivy David Aiev. .Vclson 
6 Keoll David, uiillhand 



liridgc intersects, 

19 Mann George, bricklayer 
4.T Hardaker William, A. I.\V. 

50 Radford William, fanner 

51 Rusia Andrew, machinist 
Hanson Neil, fisluMinan 

52 Finilley Hugh, mechanic 
Kindley Alfred Halley, clerk 
Findley William, blaeksniiih 

Jiock Bity III' iiitcrfectt. 

68 Vacant 

Gorgd road. 

DISCOVERY, from Victoria liurbor 
to Jjlanchard iiv 

Const II nce liegins. 

Store intersects. 

27 Morrison Fred. John 
* Albion Iron Works ('o, 
J{nllen W. F.. manager 
Seabrook IJ, R., cashier 
Wood Thomas, storekeeper 
Trytlmll W. T., timekeeper 
Pope T. S., clerk 
Roi)inson T. l>., aast sforekeeprr 
Kessler Henry, foremnn nicchiinic 
Shaw Tom, foreman boilermakir 
Madden Jeremiah, asst tbrcnian inecliii..:c 
Wood W. H.. forcnnin stove di'pt 
Stewart A., fonimm monlder 
liorimer Wni., foreman paiternmakcr 
('lyde George, assi forenmn l)oileiiiiiikcr 
Collister W. II., draughtsnnin 
bhauu J. r., draughisnian 

Jtoiiijlas inlersicls. 

3'J Victoria Brewery 

Loewen i'« Erb, (.rops 

Loewen Joseph 

Kill Louis Kinil 

Koeiig George, brewer 

Koenig Fritz, asst 

Nelson .-X.xil, stalileman 

Wolf I'eter, driver 
41 Dolan I'eier, A.I.W. 

Ross Charles. A.I.W. 
47 An,l< rson t'harles 
•4'.i Hansen I'efer, city scnvenger 
B5 Sam — , Chine,--e laundry 
54 Jenkins John Thomas 

\\ illialiis Jo!;ii 

IJazIre \ letor, laborer 

Whiity Robert, teamster 

Bennett Kdward 

Smith (tliver, shoenmker 

\\'»tson Anthony, A I.W, 

M'atson 'I'lioinas, sione ma^otl 

Ward jtoberl, stone mason 

Clayden Isaac, seamau 



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Rayner T. G., ins ngont 

I)"iif//as iiUi'rsecta. 

71 Walker George 
73 Ueid Jo.-iciiii 

Digiml Iliiiry, A.I.W. 

Donnellv I'^iiiiiiy, widow Edward 

DoiiiKlly Ci)luiiibiii .Miiis 
77 Tepoortfii Julius, iit Jjimgley i Co. 

I'^ord Tlioiims LMljiMetinaker 

Ford Jimii's, (Miiicnlci' 

Mcl^lieisouJohii, A.I.W, 

TniviM's Jiinics, A.l \V. 
81 Armstrong Wilson Joseph 
84 IJugg .M. 1^. rev. 

♦^(i Clarke Janus Henj., of Clarke & Pearson 
i<l> Spratt Kli/.M, widow Josepli 

Ker Jfssie Mrs., wid Rouert 

Kor Uavid 

Ker lioberl, caslii'jr 

DOBIXSOX, IVum Montreal to 0.>^' 
wego 

3 Dobinson Joseph, taxidermist 

DOUGLAS.- 

EAST SIDK. 

Rie /iit/ins. 

2'^ Canier(>n Jidm, lioise dealer 
'Ij Wliitelaw John, cook 

Kiiiit' Ijcijins. 

35 Ferry WiUiani ilenry 

liradt'.ird \Vil!i;iin, U.S. customs inspector 
I'.W.S. Co. 
37 Wdniot Harry 'Minton. teamster 

Kollaud Mis. Julia, domestic 
39 Eriaiulsnn ,Mi-s Jenny, dn'ssinaner 

^i|ieeeli M^s.-i Rose, dressnniker 

Maslen .Miss Jane, dressinaki'r 

tSniith .Miss Louisa. drrssniMker 

SlepluMi .Miss May. dri'ssniaker 
41 Norris Wni Wilson, li.u'k driver 
J,", Middleslatc CiislilVe, laborer 
■l.j uell George .Mberi. teamster 

I'ort inhrsccts. 

Royal liotel 
63 Caledonia Dye Works 

llianis Ib'iiiy, dyer and cleaner 
55 I'atersou .jaiius, empciiler 

l'"arciuliar (ieor ;e, eiirpeiiler 

Jauiieson William, ear. enter 

Alcoiii John, stoneeulter 
57 Dodds Win , gardener 
511 Bower Al>-.\andei, carpenter 
01 Hart lliiiry, laboier 
tij Pioneer saloon, Danii-l David .Moses, ]>rop 

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Pee k Jones, carpenters 

K"e Daviii Kiiiley 

J(;:ies F'vdc.ick Crossly 

Sniitliiii>-,i James, carpenter 

McXiir Will., jiin. 

Patterson — . ear|ienter 

Thoiiipsou Hbene/ji-r 

Halm tJliarles. sign writer 

Hiim Chung, laundry 

Club Theatre and Saloon 

Roller Lo'iis, mgr 

Kiiitr Joseph 

I'icKett John 

Wnitniarsn \V, J., ship carpenter 

i'li/cs i/iiersi cf.'. 

Clarence Hotel 

Poitinaii .\icholas, grocer 

Dislier Harry, elerk 

Nicludson Ciias. Xewton, clerk 

O'Keilly Win,, dry goods 

Carnucliae! Win 

Morley John, clerk 

.Simpson ! Jeo. Lawrence, crockery 

(tddtello«> Hall 

Waller ti- iiry, clothing 

Sea S.ant.iel, cierk 

Daley James J., ^ Co., fancy goodr, A toyg 

Daley Jani.'s 

Jolinsoii Thomas, clerk 

Cralt Will., <li'y goods 

Wescoti Joliii liiissell, clerk 

l^essford Joiiii, clerk 
]ll,ill Lewis, lientist 
"lii'll (lecirtie A, IJ . dentist 

Jack.-oii Win.. .M.D.. coroner and (piaran- 
tine o;licer 

.McLi'od (.'iiiistiaiince .Miss, dn.'ssniiker 

Jolinsiiii Jennie .Vliss 

Andersiui K. t|. lV. Co., eoniui, aifeuta 

.Anderson Ed war i G'-org- 

Jaclvson \Viii., jun., & Co.. druggists 

J.ickson Will., jun 

Jackson Will , physician 

Jaeksiui Fred. .Augustus, cleek 
iJCarue A: .Mnn>ie. groe> rs 

Carne l''redei-iek, jun. 

.Miinsie William 

(iowen Fiederick -Vngnstiis, clerk 

\\ illiains Tiioinas, driver 

•l''l'n»on int' rscctit. 

Maynard Kieliard, leatiier and shoe findings 
Fish (.iec.a-ge, shoemaker 
Maynaid Albert Hatlierly. ta.viderniist 
.Maynard Mrs. R., [photo gallery 
Uap|ierrie S .\ , photographer 
.Matthews liobcrt .James, luerelnuit tailor 
Heard Freilerick Win., tailor 
Hnckier Fdiuiind Thos., lador 
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Scotcli Hiikery 

Rus.«('ll Jiiiiu's 

Ward Williiim 
103^15. C, Novel ly works, Xewbigging & Ander- 
son, niHC'liiiiists 

Newl)it;piiifr Jimies 

Anderson John, White sewinpr machines 
105 Lilley Ilcibcrt Alfred, confeclioner 

liaines Frank, clerk 

Piper Herman, conlectioncr 
107 ISIiore iSc Andtrson, furniture 

Shore Albert Kdwiird 

Anderson (;eor;ie William 

Hilton l!eiijnniin, caliineiumker 
109 Stevens Francis T., tobacconist 

Green Mrs. Sarah Jane 
111 Jenkins <fe Sievens, tnillinery 

Jenkins .Miss Marion 

Stevens Friiticis Thomas 

Kerji .Miss Heatriee 

Andrews .Miss Grace 

Selliek Miss Amelia 
113 I{o»botham A. J.. & Co., grocers 

Rowbothani Arthur James 

Dickinson Liomd 

Clanton Koiit, Thompson, clerk 
llSjSlandurd saloon, William Field, prop 

Pandora intersects. 

115 Demers k Son, grocers 

Deiners Ludger (diver 

Demers Nnma 

Hums Charles, clerk 
119 Maynir 1 James, hoots and shoes 
121 .Nice Waugh's laundry 

123 . jiaiuter 

125 Tii)pins Wm. Jonathan, confectioner 

Cormorant intersects. 

127 Gosnell Jose))li, grocer 

Hughes Jacob .Al(d)onnld, clerk 

Cr!U'hle\ Janus, driver 
129 Richardsm .Mrs. Harriett, fancy goods 

Wooldridire .Misses K. & .M., millinery 

Wo(diliidge Mi.-s F.llen 

Wooblridge .Miss .Mary M. 

Riclianlson Arthur F. 
133 Mitchell John, butcher 

Richards James, butcher 
135 Rudge (icorge 

Victoria .Marble Works 

Rudge llertieil, sloneeuttcr 

Rudgc \\ MJier, siniu'cutter 

J{udge Frederick, stouectitter 

Jaclison Stuait, st<Miecutter 

Gilardia .Michael, nnirble catter 

WKsr f-inB, 

• McQtiade E. A. 
14 Rednionii William lli'nry 
16 Gaden Harry, police othcer 



20 Indian oflice, Dr. R. W. Powell, .siinf 

Hamilton Motfatt, clerk; Wilimm M.'ie-' 

Laughlin, asst. cleik ; William liryce" 

messenger ' 

Green Ashdown Henry, clerk 

Conrlni'i/ i-m/s. 

Union Cltib, James Butters, steward 
Henderson Thonuis, l)arteiider 
Hayes Harry, secietary 
Laurens ('harle.s, waiter 
Wilson John, waiter 
Bourne I' rank, bellboy 
Jecoby JI. 
Prior U. K. 
Johnson M. T. 
• St. Aiidnw's Presbyterian cliiucli, rev- 
Patrick McFarlane'McLeod, pastor 

Broii(jlUon iiiih. 

3G Milne George L., Ml). 

Trigg Miss Fanny, domestic 

McKinnon William, laborer 
38 
40 Campbell D. E. 

Jaeck J. F. 

Garesche George 

t'urt intersects. 

Campbell I). E,, dmirgist 
46 Jeiikinson Mrs. Kli/.a, wiii Gecrge 

Jenkinsoii .Mias Annie 
54 Driard's side entrance 
.')() .Maetiillis William I'Mliiwell, M D 
CO Hall Frank Walter, M.D. 

Crofi John, medical student 

Ruthvan John, ollice boy 

View intersects. 

68 Stevenson W. G. 

Stevenson .Mrs. Gordon 
70 Whitiaker Mrs. Maty, wid Ridmrd 

Hattoii .Miss Einui.i,'iiiiloi-e-s 

Harvey Kemp, whin-iiiiger C PR. Co. 

Farnll — , book agent 

Oleson — , teamster 
72 Sharp David 

Robertson S , carriage trimmer 

Mellhu ".!■ — 
"4 Sharp David, merchant tadcir 

I'ateii intersects, 

76 

78 Seymour Mi.ss Alice 

Ro-s .Miss Eiiiily 
90 Hurnstriti .Mrs, Tnereia 

Austin Miss Fanny 
94 Croghan A- Jones, product and fruit 

Saanich luirket 

Croghh-i Ai'lllur 

Jones John T. 

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98 Bryant William Charles, horseshoer 

Bryant William Uulluni, hors.^shoer 

Beckwill Jivines, liorseshoer 
loS iliiriison Eli, iiainter, etc. 

Ciolht'i- liicliard, paiiiier 

Maxwell J. W., painter 

I'ytt Joseph, painter 

Gold W., painter 

llopfengitz J. L., painter 

Barnett Artliur Wallace, bookkeeper 

Willard H., painter 

I'andoi\t intersects. 

City hall, John Grant, mayor; Charles 
Kent, city treasurer; Wellington J. 
bowler, city clerk ; Tliomas J. Partridge, 
water collector; Peter J. Leech, city 
surveyor; Thomas Matthews, city sur- 
veyor's clerk ; Peter Hummerfield, water 
commr; Jame^i L. Raymur, city auditor 
Sheppard Hinry William, chief of police 

Walker Joh« VVesley. sergeant 

Able Edward 

Carter Edward 

Mitten Thomas 

A len Kdwanl 

Lindsay Thomas J. 

lU'dgrave Stroud L. 

Hughes Thomas 

Levine Hymau A. 

Horton John 

Hunter James, driver fire dept 
Cormorant intersects. 
Hi Commercial hotel, Henry Noble, prop 

Park .lohii, bartender 

HaukiiLSon Miss Kate, waitress 

Buck George Tliomas 

Good George, bricklayer 

Madden Jerry, foreman A.|I. W. 

Riddle IJenjarain 

I'vke Charles, teamster 

W'alkins George, b ac'isinith 

Robinson Kooert, iniichiiii-il 

McCuiidacli George 

iUeaz/.oni L., painter 

Slianii Joseph I'liilip, draughtsman A.I.W 

Syson Join, dishwasher 
\X Jennings Ivester, carpenter 

Lindsay George, eonlraitor 
i:8 Tennant Hobert, lSkiile;,'ate Oil Co. 

Siellard — , plumber 

Giiisber^jer — , clerk 

I Ireland Moses Cross, logger 

Ireland Mrs. M C , dres?' aker 
Lei .Mrs. — , dressmaker 
Ward Miss Celia 
Ward Bernard, be!) boy 
Howard Harry, printer 

BOTH SIDES. 

Fisguard intersecli. 

1 1.14 Masonic hull 
i'JG Rujisell, McDonald k Co., gen stor* 



Russell Charles 

McDonald James 

McDonald Miss Anabcl, cleik 

* St. John's Church, Ei)iseo|)i;l, ivv. Pei- 

cival .lenns. n'ctor 

* Jenns rev. Peiplvnl, rcclni- .St. John's- 

Church, Epi.scdpul 

JJeidl il I /til ixi (■/,-•. 

152 Sumnierfield IV'ter, watiT coiinnissiomr 
' 154 Lee Arthur, siid.t water woik:; 
I *150 Uriscoll Jolm. boiler ni;iker 

I Clf'licnii iiili'r.ii-rl.-. 

, • Vigor M. A. .Mis., staple .md faucr drv 
! goods 

167 Porter Jcdin, expressman 
j 169 Dakers Arthur. .Albion Iron Works 
n.'i West Byron Molme.s, shoemaker 
Pringle Michael, shoemaker 
Hryston Joseiih, Albion Iron Woi-ks 
*17."> Cabans 
177 Shoen i^.. grocer, etc. 
177 Adie Frederick, clerk 

I h I' fi ' I ;! fi'h'r^rctiL. 

LS« Kea.ft .Ariliiir 

Keust llubiTt 
188 Vacant 
l.'l) Aspdin Ivhviti. dry <;,)ods 

Gaukroger S.. wiitcnv 

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Neill Archibald, grocer 

Emerson Arbuthnot, clerk 

I'arm.i'i Angus, laborer 

McDonald John, laborer 

McDonald Donald, laborer 

Carman Alexander, laborer 

Robertao'i .liunes, luboicr 

Jones .Iiinir>, inncli.iiist 

I'alter on Andii'w 

Squire Kiederick ,James, tal »' 

S<iiiiri' .Miriam, wid J.ime.s 

Atherioii Benjamin Franklin 

AtheiKJii Mrs. M. II., prop Pearl Htamplug 
Parlors 

Allen \\'il!iam David, com mer 

(;oley Edv/ard, A. I. W. 
2U5 (lampbell Jame.s Grant, laborer 

Caniplii'll .Anne, wid David 
•206Selli(l; lioberi, plasterer 

Princi'ss Hi intcmeclt. 

207 O'Neil Hugh, clerk 

O'Neil Frederick Charles, hackdriver 
O'Neil P)dward Hugh, waiter 
O'Neil Lottie Miss 

208 Monro Robert Ross, bookkeeper 
Baxter Charles Stewart 

* Leland House 
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Scott William, carpenter 
McKay William, stonecutter 
Robertson James, blacksmith 

Queen's av begins. 

242 Finlayson Roderick 

Finlayson Roderick D. 
247 Vacant 

Bny interiects. 

King's Road begins. 

261 Luney William Alfred, bricklayer 

263 Hare Michael, owner str " Badger " 

273 Smallbone C. R., gardener 

277 Tye Thomas Hickman, hardware merchant 

283 Erb Lewis, brewery 

Trig;; Elizabeth Miss 
295 Heidterraan Henry Frederick 

Henry ends. 

Hillside av begins. 

299 Seabrook Roads 

Seabrook Bagster Roads, cashier 
407 Bellick Henry Rowe, carpenter 
SO!) Young John Charles, blacksmith 

Market begins. 

513 Calverl John, merchant tailor 
312 Sayward Joseph A. 
316 Gray Jdnies, ciirpenter 

Baer rev. Walter Wesley 
■ ?0 8 Wi.lter Henry, clothier 
:-^17 Bull William, brickraaker 
-?26 Oarletou George Augustus 



EDMOXTOX, from Cedar Hill Road. 

Fcrnwood Road bpgiu.t. 

* Gooiliicres Slaughter house 
Isaac Gaudy, slaughterman 

* Bantietd Diivid, exiiressman 

* Wilson Peter, carpenter 

* HoUius — , farmer 

* McN'aiighton — 

* Houilan — , farmer 

E LIZABETII, from Cook to Cham- 
bers. 

Rel/ei'Cd intersects. 

20 Van Horst i Co., grocers 
Van Hon Mary, wid Frank 

26 Sherban —, carpenter 

27 Beam Eli, carpenter 

29 Johnson Mary, wid Hugh 
Johnson John 

30 King James, expressman 

J3 McPhadden Dauiel, carpenter 



ELLICE, from Bridge to Rock Bay 
ave. 

*1 Meier Jorgen, capt sealing schooner 
15 Williams Justus Emmanuel, carpenter 
rt'illiams Charles Cicero, carpenter 

1 7 Anderson Bernhert, laborer 

19 Baker George Thomas, driver 
*21 Friend John Henry, letter carrier 

23 Bland J. 
29 Dickson William 
Fletcher Miss Martha 

Rock Da;i ave intersects. 

ERIfi, from St Lawrence to Shoal 
Point. 

9 Johnson Capt Thomas Halcron 
Johnson Miss Maud 
Johnson Halcrow Peter 
10 Vincent F. W. 

18 Gardiner Mrs. Annie, grocer 
Gardiner Charles, gardener 

22 Lang Andrew Deaa 

23 Hawes George 

Lincoln Maria, wid (Scorge, nurse 

20 Matheson 0. C, carpenter 
34 Glide Henry 

37 Morrison Capt Dan., pilot 

DiilldH Road begin*. 

* Brown Ale.x. R.. wharfinger 

* Turnbull John, tisherraan 

ESQUIMALT ROAD, from Rock Bay 
Bridge to E>.quimalt 

* Simon George, solicitor 
Simon George S., tyjie writer 

* Everett's Exchange, Patrick Everett, prop 

* British Columbia broom factory, Andrew 
Strachan, prop 

* Victoria West Church of England 

* Gerow Gideon 
Gerow Augustus, blacksmith 
James David, carpenter 
Bowerman Bennet H., carpenter 
Sallaway Frederick, school teacher 
Dawes William John, ship builder 
Clarke John Clarke 
Watt William, ship carpenter 
Anderson Henry 

* Taylor Willard, carpenter 
Brittou Henry, bricklayer 

* Brenen Henry, engineer E. & X. Ry. 

* The Grove, Thomas Martin, prop 

* Fairall Henry Smith, prop E. 4 N. Brewers 

* Hanson Peter, E. & ii. Ry. ' 

* McKenzie James Roderick 

* Russell Robert J. 
Nicolas Miss Grace 



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» Weldon Frederick AVilliam, conductor 

* Muirheftd James 
Muirhead John 
Muirhead James McLean 
Muirhead Miss Agnes 

* XIcBeth Duncan Gilbert 

♦ Brown Fredericlt Heymour,agenlE.4X. Ry 

* Shaw Mary, wid James 
Burrows — 

* St George's [nn, William Gillespie, prop 

♦ Gillespie Oeorgo 
Green Miss Hannali M. 

• Work Margaret, wid Jftmi'S 
Lismore Joseph 

Work Miss EliKabeUi 

• Trentham Hotel, Joseph Bayley, prop 
« Kirk Jam'S, ragr. Kjquimalt Water W* 

Ki.k Andri'w, A. 1. W. 

♦ Monteith William 

• VValker Fred. (>.. barrister 

» Bullen W. F., ragr. A. 1. W. 

♦ Paolcy Charles K. 

Sunders Tnomns Henry, gardener 
-* (Sutler Samuel, dairyman 

* Wake GiTv.is Fountayne 

Wake Adelaide, wid Baldwin A. 

• Ashley Thomas, gardener • 

• (Jiirwen (Jharles H. 

' St Joseph R C. Church 

♦ N'ew inn. John Doran, prop 

* Goach and llarse saloon, William B, Smith 

prop 

• (r)rson W. If., n. M. yanl 

• Dobbin T. Sidney 

FVIRFIKLP ROAD, from Cook to 
Foul BuyKo:i'l, 

• \V;'iliM- (ii'org" liacknian 
WiiiUT U(il)i>r'. driver 
M.'Djnald Dune in, driver 
WinU r Jessie .\liss 

• Wocidward Arilmr Joseph 
Woodward Nma Miss 
Ford Kale Miss, domestic 

• Ra'.vU»s !•". 

' Fi'twiiess Thomas 

• Collinsoii Mary Adrian Mrs. 
Cox William Henry 

.Vj.s.s iiifers'''i'!. 

• Langley A. J. 
Langley William Henry 
Langley M. .Miss 
Lauffley K. Miss 

• Pemberton Hon. August 's Fred 

* Oity Cfmetery, James Thomas, caretaker 

* N'orthcote John 

* Hooper Matthew, miner 

• Short Henry 



• Elford Pop, farmer 

• HanilinL. B,0. R. 

• Vicholl James, farmer 

FARQUHAR, from Blanchard to 
Quadra. 

BOTH 9IDK.1. 

• Presbyterian Church (First) 
4 Vacant 

6 Gosnell Joseph, grocer 

Gosnell George Frederick 

Gosnell John Henry 

Gosnell Alice Miss 
10 Armstrong John, A. I. W. 
12 Smith Alexander, fireman " Olympian" 

Nicholson Frank, carpenter 
14 Walsh WiUiaa Henry, Spratt Sc Gray 

Amelia intersecU. 

22 Feltoe Archibald Shirre, clerk 
2t) Henderson Samuel Henry, painter 
2.S Johnson Thomas, laborer 

Qii'tdr* 

VVjR'^WOOD road, from Edmonton 
to Fort. 

Walnut ends. 

185 .Maslea Wjiliam John, farmer 

Nathan Walter Charles, tobacconist 

North lioiril rinh. 
177 Brandson Einar 
I 171 Mydral S., carpenter 

Cciilrc li'iiid ni'.'a. 

V',?, I.ickman S im lel, harnessmaker 
f LJLt Jiickuian James, laborer 

So'lli Ron f iiil''rs<'rli. 

C'/iiIIkii'I inli'rtfi'l.i. 

Ill Vacant 

107 Pearson Thomas Buluian 

Stri'ft i>U''rK'vi.i 

• Biackbonrn Joseph 
fi7 Cret-d .iohn, gardener 
02 Turner Arcuioald 

J'an lord I'lh/x. 

50 McLaughlin Joseph Hugh 
31 lioOson I'honias William 

• Maynard George, plumber 

• New house, vacant 

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27 Trickey William, dr ym m 
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FIEST, fcOTu Bay to Tupa^. av. 

3 Myers M.M. 

Myers Geuigc Uh.apman, clerk 
7 MsLearn Ficdoiick, painter 

Khig'r Road inlerstcU. 

•23 New house 
27 Mint Arthur St. George 
31 Cousins Leonai'd, carpenter 
35 Pike Albert, st me mnsou 

39 WouUacutt Phili|>, cunrict guard 

43 Penney John Lambert 
Brown Jolm 

Brown Sarah Shilton, wid Robert 
iV Calterall Thomas, builder 

Hillside ave intersect*. 

* Jeebes Allan, laborer 

* Parson Mark, gardener 

* Victoria Gaol 

Robett Franklin John, warden 
Muldoon William, tirst gaoler 
Puriiuns James, second gaobr 
Dougherty Thomas, third gaoler 
Workman Aaron, Krst convict guard 
Blake Cljaile:i li. F., secund convict gmiid 
Woollacott Philip, third convict guaid 
Thomas Almund, fourth convict f;uaid 
Ilelmckeu J . S., medical oflicer 

HSGUARD, from Store to Quadi:). 

14 Gim Sing lanndry 

26 Wo On k Co., tailors 

31 Hip Wa & Co. 

35 Ting, Lee & Bros., grocers 

37 Lai, Hop & Co. 

40 OuHing& Co. 

42 Been Sun, laundry 

44 Hong Sing, grocer 
46 Fook Yuen & Co. 

Joss House 
48 New Sing 
54 UoDg Wo & Co., grocers 

Government inlersecU. 

* L«m, Kee & Co., tailors 
59 Tong Cbong 

61 Yirk Lung &. Co. 

62 Kwong Wo & Co., grocers 
C4 Gam Tai, tailor 

65 Kwong VVang Sing, grocer 
68 Num Kee k Co 
88 Vacant 

90 Parson Gus., fisherman 
Cambell Alej., night watchman 

91 Doon Yuen — , la udry 

Doughis tntersecti. 



* Church 

* Ledingham Bros 



carriagemakers 
Ledingham William Joba 



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Lediujjliam George 

McCiirracli Wil'iiim, hl«ck»ri Ith 

Jessop Williaui. wheelwrif^la 

Ktevtns Ri"i:ard, carpeiiti'i- 
ion Vipoiid Anluir machinist 
102 IIuiA'll Cl,.is. 
101 Storey Tlioiiia? Klias 

Storey Mlm t'liristiua 

Storey Jlis- Anuie 

Sioii'V Mi..s Georgians 
KG Sleviiis J.iUiUi 

Wjttormaa Charles 

I)uu<;<uu iiobert 
10J» Vaciint 
111 Kayc Jam.s, teacher 

K^ye En. (-St E. 

113 McIuowD Anfcus 

114 PelletierJ,.hn P. 
Steii/, Gooige 

115 Law Robe; I, moulder 

Law Maurxe, patteiumakei' 
Sliurp H. i^rof., musician 

116 Cnlinian Mrs. 

118 Monio Mrs. Isabella, wid Heiiiy Douglas 
Monro Misi Annie Jane, teacUer 
iJextur Roiiert, nianagcr Dredger 

U') Thain Edward J. 

Bhmchard inter.iect.i. 

Vi9 .March James, enip Rice .Mil's 

Mensies Miss Maggie, luiloritfi 

Thonia.-i S.imuel, watchman 
130 Hart Micliuel 

Hart Rise Miss 

Hnct Delia Miss 
13:^ Verture Jolisi 
135 Cost! Ho F.uward, boilermakei 

Tagg Ja I'S, ship carpenter 
14« Vacant 

150 UoberiB John, assist engineer 

151 Elliott Charles 

FORT, from Wliarf to CatHwro Bay 
Road. 

.\OUTU SIDB. 

2 Three Stars Saloon, William Scott, piop 

Vacant 

14 McLennan k McFeel^'s workshop 
18 Byrnes George, auctioneer 

Langley intersects. 

20 Helmcken James Douglas, M.D. 
24 Vacant 

Government inlei-.iecln. 

28 Johnston P. T., A Co., seedsmen 
Johnston Philip Thomas 
Johnston Robert Henry, clerk 

^0 ('lint Artliur St George, acct. and aecy. 
Vict jria Building Society 
Vancouver Island Building Societf 
Williams Benjamin, secretary 



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32 Short Henry, n^nnmaker 

Short Henry Nugent, clerk 

Robinson Percival, clerk 
34 Parker John, butcher shop 

Parker Jolin, jiin.. butcher 

Sheppard James, butcher 

Irving David, driver 

King Willi im, driver 

Jeffrey Robert Milne, bookkeeper 
38 Cohen James A., printer 

Henley John, compositor 

Olantou Rnbrt Wendell, apprentice 

Rooklpdge Eugene, apprentice 

Netherby Lmc, anprentice 

Fox Alfred, apprentice 

Victoria Pub. Cd. (weekly) 

Strong J. A., edit')r 

Kurtz W.C., business rjanufjer 

Murphy ThT'ias E. 

Evans Gus. A. 

Collier Alfred George, compositor 
40 Lettico Robert, painter 

Lettice Wm. Henry, clerk 

Mitchell Thomas R., painter 

Casalton Heury 

Creed John 

Arnold Samuel 

Smith Frederick 

Mill William 

Wagg John 

Harrop John 

Ro3s Frank 1 

Davison Neil 

Davis Walter 

Blackburn Charles 

Sturdy Henry 

Henskie Frank 

Nichols Edward 

Wright David 

McNeal Edward 

Metbie — 

Anderson — 

Wright Leonard 0. 
42 Croasdaiie Henry Edward, real estate and 
insurance 

Rhodes Charles Wallace, clerk 

City of London Fire fns. Co. 

London Guarantee a:sd Accident Co. 
44 McConnan Thomas, bookseller 

British and Foreign Bible Society 
46 Simpson Donild, nierciiant tailor 

Simpson Alex., tailor 

Broad interiiecti>. 

48 Bee Hive saloon, James Cowie, prop 

50 Glendenning John, tobacconist 

52 Davis David, custom shoem.iker 

54 King, Dyer A Co., fish, game and produce 

King Caorge 

Dyer Fred. Charles 

Sheather Austin 
26 Savannah k Co., photographers 

Savaonah John 



Agnew Wm. Burl., finisher 
5ft Felling Loui.^ Henry, crockery 
60 Mason Mrs. (>., bdg house 

Mason G., of Couglin k Mason 

Lnscombe MIjs E. A. 

D ivis — , printer 

Dean — , contractor 

Anderson D. H., carpenter 
62 Webf r Harry S., barber 

Steger Amet, apprentice 
64 Baie^ Mrs. K A., dressmaker 

Hunter Miss Mary E. 

Shaw .Miss Victoria 

Doran .Miss Margaret 
66 Campbell Duncan Ed., druggist 

Jaeck Julius Freil., druggist 

Ji'ssup Grant, clerk 

Douglas intersfcts 

68 Royal Hotel, William Croft, prop 

Hayer John, bartender 

Mill W.. painter 

Diivis W. J., painter 

MoCallum Robert, hackman 

Richards Richard, ciprarmaker 

Farrell Henry, ship carpenter 

McGrath W. F., stevedore 

Wishart James, emp. Dudger 
70 Stewart Miss Rose 
72 Lloyd Miss Percie 

Moore Miss DoUie 

Rogers Miss Dollie 

Milton Miss Millie 
74 Horner Charles, custom shoemaker 
76 Bing Kee, launlry 
78 Vacant 

86 Hopper John Thomas 
88 Philharmonic hall 
90 Salvation Army Hall 

94 King, Oyer A Co , stable 

95 Jenkinson Henry, gardener 
100 Shakespeare Fred., printer 

Riedl Miss Grace 

Riedl Frank, blacksmith 
102 Ford J., carpenter shop 
106 Doughty G. k J., grocers atidbrushmakera 

Doughty George 

Doughty James 

Blanchard inter4ects. 

108 Vacant 
1 10 Vacant 
112 Jackson William Robert 

Moraes Theresa .Miss, domestic 
114 Tito Charles Henry 
1 16 Willgren Sailie Mrs., wid Robert 
I IS DeVeulle Jane Ann Mrs. 

Sunderland Thomas 

Sherborn Frank 

Lee Benjamin 

Ralborn John R. 
120 Doughty Oeor,,;e 

Doughty James 



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126 City Brewerv 

Hazenfratz & Lawson 

Hasenfratz Jacob 

LawsuD John 

Hasenfratz August, brewer . 
130 Lawson John 

McRoberts Elliott 
132 Dakiug Adelaide Miss, music teacher 
134 Donovan Patrick Harrington 

Donovan Stephen Andrew 
136 Bpath Aloes, brewer 
138 Bavarian Brewer j, Charles Zoelle, prop 

Spath A Ives, brewer ' 

140 Frank Eli 
142 Salvation Army, officers' quarters 

Ashton James, capt 

Dillinpham Herbert, lieut 

Shea Frank, cadet 
144 Power M. E. Mrs , wid William 

Howell Lennox, bookkeeper 

Henderson Leonard G. 
146 Dodd John 
148 Rogers Matthew 

Rogers Joseph 
ISO Gillespie E. M. Mrs., wid James 

Quadra intersects. 

152 Fielding Louis Henry 

Banks — Mrs. 
154 Hague Mrs., wid 

Hague — , tinner 
*158Hall Mary Ann Mrs., wid P. J. 

Hall Philip John 

Hall Alfred 

Hall William 

Hall Charles 
162 Lemm George, artist 
168 Hilbert Richard 

Falk — , jeweller 

Atkinson Edward 
178 Assembly Hall 
186 Leask John C. 

Vancouver intersects. 

196 Sears Joseph 

202 Warren Charles Thornton 

216 Charles William 

Charles H. B. 
224 Garter Bumun, laborer 
228 McNish William 
230 Wingiield William, grocer 

Cook intersects. 

234 JMcManus Robert, journali!>t 

Borns Walter 
238 Fletcher Ormond, D.L.S. 
24? Vacant 
246 Jones Thomas Joseph, L.D.S. 

Jones T. Harry 

George Jane Miss 

Webster Annie Miss 
268 Ella M. B. Mrs., wid E^iiry 

£lla Thomai Richard 



Ella Henry Reece 
Ella Frederick William 
Ella Mary Miss 

BOOTH SIDE. 

1 Engelhardt Julius F. E., Custom broker 
9 Warehouse 
13 Smith & Mcintosh, planing mills 

Smith Andrew Johnston 

Mcintosh Robert 

Schwenger Peter, bookkeeper 

McDonald R., carpenter 

^V^■ittiIlgton E., carpenter 

Mcintosh J., carpenter 

Thomfison Eben S , carpenter 

Scott W., carpenter 

McDonald D. F., carpenter 

Wilkerson H., carpenter 

Robb — , teamster 

Smith James Wolsey, carpenter 

Smith James, carpenter 

Fullerton John, carpenter 

Wiseman, Robert, carpenter 

Lacourciere A., carpenter 

McDonald R., carpenter 

McDonald A., carpenter 

Hooper Wm., engineer 

Barr Theodoie, carpenter 

Lepine Mark, carpenter 

Dahl Oscar, carpenter 

S^inderland Thomas, carpenter 

Donald&on Alexander, carpenter 

Langley intersects. 

17 Matthews J. Beauchamp, M. R. C. S. E., L 
S. A. Lands 

Government intersect*. 

23 Side Entrance saloon 

27 Hyams Samuel S., optician 

29 Roberts Richard, mer tailor 

Roberts Isaac, tailor 

Grant James, tailor 

Shaber Ernest, tailor 
31 McLean & Stewart, clothing 

Scotch House 

iicLean William Andrtw 

Stewart James 

Franklin Albert George, clerk 
.33 Vacant 
35 Whitlaw Mrs. Kate (Estate), millinery 

Cullum Miss M., manager 

Sears Miss Bessie, milliner 

Merrill Miss Josie, milliner 
37 Fletcher Thomas, pianos and orgaos 

Domestic Sewing Machine Co. 

Carter Miss Edith, clerk 
39 Clay Henry, confectioner 
41 Cherry k Creech, furniture 

Cherry John W. W. 

Creech Henry 

Ward Charles, upholsterer 
43 McCullum John, mer. tailor 



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Sbaper Ernest, tailor 

McKensie Mrs. Annie, tailoress 
43 Pemberton & Son, real estate and loans 

Pemberton Josepn Despard 

Pemberton Frederick Bernard 
45i Victoria Club 

Hayward Chas., pres. 

Worsfold J. K., secty-treasurer 

Creeden John, steward 

Smith Hubert, waiter 
47 Bradeu & Stamford, plumbers 

firadea John 

Stamford James L. 

Braden William, plumber 

Braden Edward, plumber 

Stallard Charles, plumber 

Mallelte Frederick, plumber 

Downer Henry, plumber 

Geiger Thomas, plumber 

Thompson M. H., plumber 

Watson George, plumber 

Martin A. C, bookkeeper 

Beverage John, plumber 

Buckler John 

Broad interseclt. 

49 Fell &, Co., groceries and liquors 

Fell James 

Moss Henry, bookkeeper 

Fell Frederick, clerk 

Taylor Christopher 

Cayen Arthur, driver 

Batchelor Wiliiam, drayman 
51 Weiler John, manufacturer furniture 

Weiler Joseph W., clerk 

Weiler Otto, clerk 

Weiler Charles 

Weiler George 
57 Victoria Bakery 

Smith M. R., & Co. 

Smith M. R. 
59 Hawkins John, grocer 

Tyacke James, clerk 
61 Bickford Mrs. William, fancy goods 

Dawes Miss Lillian 

Wilson Miss Ellen 
65 Mallor J. W., painter 
09 Matthews J. P., & Co., grocers 

Matthews John Paul • 

Hawee George B. 

Howell Harry, clerk 

■Douglas intersecU. 

71 Vicioria Hotel, John Thomas HoppPr, prop. 

Jarrett Benjamin William, bartender 

Nevilles William John, prop. Restaurant 
Victoria Hotel 
73 Underbill Mrs. Alice, widow, dressmaker 

Underbill Charles, lather 
75 Vancouver Bakery, Thomas Harding, prop. 

Harrison George B., driver 

Lee Arthur E., brker 

Coker Sidney £ , baker 



77 Vacant 

79 Stracban Mrs. E., widow 
Barry John, captain 
Lawrence Mrs., widow 
Bains David, stonecuuer 
81 Hanington Ernest B. C .M.D. (office) 

Hasell Edward Suter, M.R.C.S. Eng., offic* 
85 O'Brien Daniel 

O'Brien Peter, Victoria Transfer Co, 
O'Brien Miss Mary, tailores:; 
89 Duncan John A., .M.D. 
91 Holmes James H,, tobacconist 
Dalziel Harry, cabinet-maker 
Ward John, hack driver 
Fulford George, hack driver 
93 Cameron Colin, team-iter 

Cook H irry, Albion Iron Works 
99 Market E.Ychange Hotel, G.Tbomp3on,prOft> 
Babbage George, bartender 
Rudge Geo , marble cutter 
101 Fashion Stables, Thomas Barlow, prop, 
McArthur William, stableman 
Johnson James, stableman 
Barry William, stableman 
105 Vacant 
107 Vacant 

109 Gorray — , toy store 
111 Hewartson Mrs. William, fancy goods 
Hewartson William, sr. 
Hewartson William, jr.. Colonist office 
113 Lemm Irving Arthur, fancy goods 
115 Bartlett John, plasterer 
117 Albion Marble Works, James Fisher, prop. 

Crowther George, engraver 
119 Empire bakery and grocery, Horace _La. 
pierre, prop. 
Burt George, driver 

Blanchard intersects. 

121 Vacant 

123 Lowell S. B., upholsterer and second hand 
furniture 

Lowell Harry, upholsterer 
125 Russell James, baker 
127 Jacques George, watchmaker 
129 " The Hall" saloon, Jas. McUandlisii, prop. 

Laren Gustave, bartender 
131 Hampson William Spencer 
133 Fox Henry Geo., engineer 
137 Pardoe Charles 

Paidoe Annie Miss 
139 Palmer J. H. Mrs., wid Digby 

Magnessen A. 

Duff Miss 

Palmer Charles, painter 
141 Kurtz Martha, wid David 

Redfern Mrs. 
145 McDonald ./£neaa Paul 
149 Winder John, watchmaker 

Hams Mary Ann, wid John 

Harris Wm , pressman 
151 Perry Joseph, & Co., wood dealers aod, 
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161 Perry Joseiifa 
153 Belyea Arthur Louis, barrister 
* Kwong Hiug, laundry 

Quadra inUrtectt. 

159 Papal John T., grocer 
1«1 MuklerTbomss 
165 firown Jessie Mrs, 

Brown Frank 
167 Phillips Samuel 
l(i9 Petticrew John, engineer 
Petticrew James, mason 
175 Staft" Alfred 
J. 77 Workman Aaron 

Workman William 
181 Pitts S. J. 
483 Nonis William George 
185 Summers Francis, painter 
.18-7 Smith Eli/>iihbth, wid 

Smith Edward 

Smith Janirs 
189 Deasy Daniel 

Dcasy William 

Deasy Elizabeth Miss 

Deasy Mary Ann Miss 
.103 Wilson Major John 

Reddie Arthur Campbell 

Oppenheimer Sidney 

Vancouver intersects. 

199 Wood Mrs., wid 
209 Anderson John 

Anderson Alfred Charles 

Anderson Reginald 
211 Becker John F. 

Becker S. Miss 
_223 Langley John Motmt 

Cook interaecti. 

"239 Brown Hem-y 

Noake Fanny, wid George 
Brown Fanny Ann Miss 
Henderson Thomas M. 
Henderson Joseph N. 
Leiser Gus. 
Lens Jacob 

McKenzie Maggie Miss, domestic 
Page Francis 



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FOURTH, from Bay to Topnz av 

* Jeune Frederick, sail loft 

* Schoen Sigmund, grocer 

32 liookway Arthur Frederick, music teacher 
,34 Beckwiih William S , exprossman 

King's Road intersects. 

* Robertson Joseph, carpenter 

* Glover George, mason contractor 

«8 Jackson Margaret, wid Edward Henry 
Jackson Alexander James 
Jackson George Edward, A.I.W. 

■JB4 BrucKlhurst James Shilton 

Hillside av. intcrserts. 

* Adams 'John, laborer 



* Thomas Almond, guard Vic. Gaol 
Thomas John, expressman 

* Robertson William Henry, carpenter 

* Robertson Duncan, teamster 
Calwell Joseph, teamster 

FRANKLIN, from Vancouver to 
Cook. 

7 Hall Margaret, wid Thomas 
Harris James 

8 Sears Dean Smith 
Sears Bessie t.. Miss 

10 Fawcett Thomas Lea 

13 Bennett Harriet, wid John 

14 Fawcett Edgar, clerk 

25 liegbie Sir Matthew Baillie, Chief Justice 
32 Bnckett William, drayman 
34 Fraser-Barron Martha, wid Donald 
Fraser-Barron Lizzie A. Mi-s 
Fraser-Barron Charles A., clerk 
Fraser-Barron Isabel M. Miss 



FREDERICK, from Quadra. 

9 Selleck Emma, wid W. X. 

Miller — , tailor 

Cliffe Thomas, carpenter 

Metcalfe Bessie, wid Leonard F. 
10 Robinson John Russell, carpenter 
12 Hiscocks Edwin Hilliar 
14 Smith Frederick, painter 

Johns Eliza Mi-s, dressmaker 

17 Ridgman Elizabeth, wid John 

18 Webster T G. 

20 Pennock William Henry 

23 Allen Robert, carpenter 

24 Reynard Mary, wid James 
Reynard John Stephen 

Reynard Marmaduke Charles P. 0. 
Reynard Arthur T. L. 

25 Currall William D. 
Edwards Thomas, watchmaker 

26 Jackson John Smith, butcher 

29 Wilson Thomas Sidney, music teacher 
Ai.TOod Arthur Wilson 

30 Baker Michael 

Baker Thomas Flenry, clerk 

33 Levy Jos, Arcade restaurant 

34 Gowen George 

40 Ross Dixie Ha .rison 



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GARBALLY ROAD, 

Victoria Arm. 

• Driver Charle.^ Edward 
Bates Arthur James, clerk 

• Brick yard, Geo. Moore, prop 

• Queen City Brick Yard, Alfred & 

P'-ops 
Alfred John 
Smiih William 

• Smith George Edward 

• Robinson Herbert Cane,'real estate 



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GKORGB, from Johnson to Pandora. 

I Hrigfrs Herbert James 
5 Oaldwell Letftia M. Mis. 

Caldwell Arthar, dentist 

Caldwell Hepry, surveyor 
Loat Catherine, wld Christopher 

Loat Ettie Miss 
i:! Rudlin Goorg*. capt. " Islander" 
!,^ Ellis VVilliani Harrington 

ElliEi Abraham, compo.sitor 

r.OEDON, from Humboldt to Brongh- 
ton, 

i Rusteem Mt^. Fredk. 

Ooig David 

Wilson — 
5 Richardson George, bdg house 
s Pendray W. O. 

Ross Miiggie Mis?, domestic 

Courtney intersects. 

Vi Vacant 
IT Smith John 

GORGE ROAD, from Government to 
t'ity Limits. 

BOTB SII>K3, 
David hfgint. 

' Gray Pamnel 

Olins Jolin Moore, upholsterer 

Clark George, carpenter 
-f Methodist Church 

Bear W. W., pastor 
■i: Scott Anna Mrs., wid William Henry 

Scott John Henry, clerk 

Jlinor Chnrles, watchmaker 
'>:i Boddy William, stone mason 
;v! Fernleigh — 

Smith Robert Frederick 

Smith William Henry 

Xewcomb Emily Miss, stenoffrapher 
"■ Flumerfclt Alfred Q. 
4') number Frederick Stewart S., bricklayer 

Rock Bay av. ends. 

Vj I'orter Arthur 
I'orter James 
Muldrum John H. 

EUgaheth strcft. 

* Chambers Walter Scott, at W. P. Say ward's 

saw mill 

* Barnsley John, gunsmith 
^ McLellan A. J., tish cannery 

Sugaley S , dentist 

* Thomson Chnrles P. R., manager 
Stephens Samuel Henry, gardener 

* Norris Frederick, harD'e'»8 and saddlery 



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* Dunsmiiir Alexander W. 

* Kberta D. M. 

* Vates —at J. J. Stewart 

* Gorge hotel 



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Benson Tliomns 

Bay View, snloon, Ftrguson & Ridthaigh 

props 
Ffr^riison Rof-s J. 
liidelmigii I'om Jordan 

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Flewiii Albert (jliark'd, bartender 
13 Masnu Allien 
* Sam Sing, laiindiT 
21 liisliop & Slu-rbortie, contractors 

Bishop (ieorge 

ijiierbome Fie;len';k Thomis 

Green Homoii, c.vrpontcr 

Poschrc'ier (Ju.-itave, carpenter 

Baker William, carpenter 

Rittcr Soli>m'>n carpenter 

Jenkins (leorge, carpcnier 

Sherborne Francis (irunton, carpenter 

M.irlvinlay V, iilliiii. ScDtt, carpenter 

Flllioi William, carpenter 

Beeg James 

Courttii'i/ intersects. 

23 Windsor Hotel. Alex. McDonaM, prop. 

Oliver — , insurance agent 

Wood James, hack driver 

York Frank, steved"re 

Folger — , captain of sealer 

Fraser James T., railway contractor 

McDon.ald James F., contractor 

McDonald Findlay, foreman 

riolnies Mcndall, .seal hiriter 

Bailey — , cornieeniaker 

Wallace William, ship carpenter 

Burke Richard, ship carpenter 

Martin — , cariienter 

Collins Geo ge, anient 

Smith Evan, ilioemakcr 
25 Burt Stephen S> Ivester, baker and grocar 

Burt William, clerk 

Burt George, driver 
27 Anderdon Jliss Helen C, dressmaker 

Williams Alis.s Julia, seamstress 
29 Rogers Charles William, confectioner • 

San Fiane.isco Candy Factory 
31 Kosi'he Curl, barber and hairdre-ser 

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37 Vacant 

39 Frank flli, gents' firii, huts and caps 

39iPerr.v Creek Gold MiuiuR Co. (Ltd.) 

Jecoby Henry, secy 

Haymur James 1^. 
41 Lowenberg, Harris & Co., gen. agents 

Harris Dennis RcginiiM 

Snowden Nortiiing Fiekijey 

Coinmerciiil Union Asr^r. Co. (Fire) 

London Assurance Corimrution (Fire) 

Connecticut Fire Ins. t.'o. 

Loudon & Lancrt.sliire Life Ins. Co. 

Canton Insurance Orfice, Murine 

Martin James iOdward, cusbier 

Harris Ernest A., collector 

Bustin Miss Kate, stenogniplier 
43 Redtern Charles KJward. jeweller 

Kints Mrs. Martha, saleslady 

Smith William, jeweller 

Miller Jackin Allan Stewart, jeweller 

Edwards Thomas William, watchmaker 
43JUnited States Consulate 

Stevens Col. Robert James, consul 

Marvin Edgar, vice-consul 

Roberts Frederick, consulate clerk 

Green Chas., & Co., real estate 

Green Charles 

Roberts Thomas, real estate 

Dominion Life Assr. ('o. of Waterloo 
45 Gabriel Charles, & Co., Ja[iane3e bazar 

Gabriel Charles 

Tamura S., clerk 

Imbert D. I., clerk 

Cameron Miss Cecilia, clerk 
47 Pennock & Clayton, jewellers 

Pennock Wtn. Henry 

Clayton Alfred Augustus 

Minor Charles William, watchmaker 

Mackie John, engi'avii- 

Helman John Louis, jeweller 

Shade Frederick Wm., apprentice 

Cldershaw Alfred Bruce, jeweller 
* Shorey II., & Co., wiiole-ale clothing 

Beckwith Joh t Leander, agent 

King Charles Ru ert, conini. agent 

Evans & Sons (Ld.), of Montreal, wholesale 
drugs 

Pure Gold Mfg. Co. of Toronto, spices 

Sloan & Crowtlier, ot'Toronto, whol grocPi,s 

Cassidy J()hn L., .t Co., of Monlieal, crock- 
ery and glassware 

Perrin D. S., & Co., of London, ^confec- 
tioners 

Albert Toilet Soap Co., of Montreal 

Hargraves (ieorge, 0. E. uud surveyor 

Hamilton Powder Co. 

Gordon William, age.it 

Scott Henry John, deik 
49 British Columbia Land and Inv. Agency 

Mason llenr.v Slye, managing director 

Brown Percival Ridout, accountant 

Bridgman Arthur J., c'erk 

Masua Henry Gerard, clerk 



Canadian Pacific Land k Mortgage Co. 
North British & Mercantile Ins. Co. (Fire) 
Accident Insurance Co. of N. A. 
Guarantee Co. of N. A. 
51 Brown Jug saloon 

CouvfS Lucy, wiJ. A. C. 
Jones Samuel, bartender 
McDermott Robert, bartender 
* Salmon Maurice, tobacconist 

/''ort intersects, 

53 Morison George, druggist 

Langley George F., druggist 

Williams Fred., clerk 
53iQuinlan Walter Jocelyn, dentist 
55 Leask James Charles, mer. tailor 

Jackson George R., cutler 

McCall Edmund, tailor 

Sprinkling Wm. A., tailor 

Squire Frederick James, tailor 

Neville Miss Bell, tailoress 

Little Miss Erama 

Elliott .Maggie 

Evans Margaretta 

Hatton Emma H. 

McDonald Kate 

Heard Lilly 

Tyson Grace 

Shade Maggie 
57 Mason C. Dubois, solicitor, and N. P. 

Danby William Hartley, real estate 

Austin k Yates, real estate 

Austin John J. 

Yates Henry Myers 

Norwich Union Fire Ins. Co. 
57ATeague John, sen., architect 

'Muir Alex. Maxwell, architect 
59 Maynard George Henry, boots and shoes 

Jackson John, sh.- iTiaker 

Smith James, shoemaker 

Gailigan John, salesman 

MaynarJ Miss Laura, bookkeeper 

Maynard Frederick George, clerk 
SOiJHaVimao Sigtried M., dentist 

Fleming Bros., photographers 

Fleming Kdgar 

Fleming Harold 
til Brown & White, Albion House, dry goods 

Brown Henry 

White Edward 

Wilson Sidney, clerk 

Richardson George Alfred, clerk 

Beegan Miss Kate, saleslady 
GliPugiley Sanford, dentist 

Hall k Lowe, photographers 

Hall James D. 

Lowe Skene 

Johnston Miss Nellie, clerk 

Clyde .Mi-*8 Florence, dressmaker 

Coleman Miss Agnes, diessmaker 
63 Sears k Page, dry goods 

Seara Walter 

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Moore Miss M. A., saleslady 
Mansel Miss Alice, milliner 
Stell Miss Eva V., milliner 
Barker James Wm., clurk 



Hpencers Arcade 

Spenc' I* Oavid, dry goods 

Spencer Cliiistupher, buyer 

Spencer David bcott, salesman 

Brown Cassie, cashier 

Smith John, clerk 

Grant Frank W., clerk 

Shannon Miss Constance, milliner 

Dufl° Miss Bell, milliner 

Luney Miss Nettie, clerk 

Steers Miss Alice, clerk 

Jamieson Miss Liita , clerk 

Elpbinstone Miss Laura, clerk 

Best Miss Mollie C, clerk 

Jennings Miss Uottie, clerk 

Sharp Joseph, clerk 

Visick Miss Louisa, clerk 

Simeon Miss Jean, head dressmaker 

Coiley Mary L. 

Moss Gertie 

Bloomiietd Edith 

Bloomfield Lizzie 

Sbires Carre 

Phillips Carrie 

U'Brien Flora 

Brown Annie 

HortoD Lizzie 

Hughes Agnes 

Kerge Lizzie 

Roake Annie 

Grat'ton Minnie 

Leslouis Louise 

Blake Sarah 

Blake Charlotte 

Chadsey Ella 

O'Brien Lizzie 

Baines Laura 

Gowdie Lizzie 

Jennings Bessie 

Hughes Morris 

Taylor Elizabeth 

Newman Nettie 
65}Macdonald John, k Co., wl ol. dry goods 

May Samuel, & Co., of Toronto 

Walker Henry George, agent 

Sun Life A Accident Ins. Go. 

Crane John Edward, agent 

Thain Edward J., real estate agent 

Wilson W. Ridgeway, architect 

Bridgeman Joseph G., clerk 

Nelson Island Granite Cy. (Ltd-), E. J. 
Thain, secretary 
67 Victoria Lumber & Mfg. Co. 

Macaulay William James, manager 

Davidge F.C., k Co., Japanese produce and 
manufactures 

Davidge Frank Caspar 

Curweu Charles 

Henderson k Parker, real estate 



Henderson Paul 

Parker Joseph Nelson 
67 Young Henry, k Co, White House, dry 
goods 

Young Henry 

Young Henry Beynon 

Young Louis Beynon, cashier 

Sommerville Samuel, clerK 

Rudland Henry, clerk 

Mugridge Miss Haddie, miliner 

Stevens Miss Jennie, miliner 

Mugridge Mrs. Elizabeth V., wid Cha., 
head dressmaker 

McHendry Miss Elizabeth 

McHendry Miss M.nnie 

Bryant DoUie 

Neugent Bessie 

Newman Nettie 

Williams Lizzie 

Taylor Lizzie 

Rowe Emily 

Caselton Agnes 

McGraw Jessie 

McGraw Jane 

Ward Lizzie 

Thompson Nellie 

Cook Maggie 

Balott Maggie 
69 Hibbea T. N., k Co., booksellers, etc. 

Hibben Thomas Napier 

Kammerer William Christiau 

Bone William Henry 

Mitchell Robert, asst. bookkeeper 

Hibben James Parker, clerk 

Cartmel Daniel, clerk 
71 Lombard C. A., k Co., music dealers 

Lombard Charles A. 
73 Wilson William, 4 Co., dry goods 

Wilson William 

Stannard John Spatchet, clerk 

Mclnto&h James, clerk 

Creeg Patrick William, clerk 

Jenkinson .Miss Annie, clerk 
73^ Verrander Robert Ford, dental and oral 
Buri;eon 

Stevens J., k Son, of Toronto, druggists' 
supplies 

Stevens George, agent 
75 Dominion Express Co. 

Rattray Charles, agent 

Lang Frederick iienry, clerk 

McDonald John Wesley, driver 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Irving Robert, freight and pasa. agent- 
Buttery Norman, asst. 
77 Waitt & Co., booksellers 

Waitt Marshall Wilder 

Johnston John, clerk 

Wilby William, clerk 

Bradley Ernest, clerk 
79 Kurtz k Co., cigar manufacturers 






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Behnsen Henry Fred., foremaa 

Molina Joseph, ci^^armaker 

Smith John L., cigarmaker 

Meiss Manuel, cigarmakfr 

Meiss George, cigarmaker 

Newman Adolphe 

Byrne John 0. 

Duke Horace A. 

Newman Paul 

Meiss Jacob G. 

CoUis Albert 

Morrel Louis 

Brown Ohas. 

Miller — 

OliTer — 

Trounce Alley begins. 

Oaresche, Green & Co., bankers 

Wells, FiirgoA Co., express 

(Jreen Alexander Alfred 

Garesclie C. 

Garesche George Henry, teller 

Worlock Fredeiick Hammett 

Chantrell John Barstow, clerk 

Rattray Charles, jun., clerk 

Kngelhardt R. Stanley, clerk 

Steele J. David, clerk 
83 Wilson W. & J., clothiers 

Wilson William 

Wilson Joseph 

Wilson Joseph Eilbeck, clerk 

Crtthcart John, clerk 
;S5 Nickle Plate Saloon 

Garvin Thomas 

Garvin Robert, bartender 
87 Uarmichael John Baxter, tobacconist 

Gieger & Becker, barbers 

San Francisco Baths 

Gieger Thomas 

Bucker John 

Winn Merlin Ciirtists, barber 
89 Baker Joseph Henry 

Bon Marche boot and shoe store 

•Smith Oliver, shoemaker 

Smith William, clerk 
■91 Senate Saloon 

O'Brien Steve 

Jones William (Deacon), bartender 
03 Lange & Co., jewellers 

Lange G. W. A 
95 Mansell Henry, hoots and shoes 

Mansell JHmo's Hcmut, clt'ik 

Gavin George HiighJ clerk 

O'Brien William, clerk 

Mangle Charles, shoemaker 

Liddell Robert, shoemaker 

Bland John, shoemnker 

Shade George A., shoemnker 

Bord Hy polite, shoemaker 
,97 VanVolkenburgh & Bro. 

British Columbia market 

VanVolkenburgh Benjamin 



VanVolkenburgh Isaac 

Cameron Allan Richfield, bookkeeper 

Rabb William, butcher 

Jackson John S., bnteher 

Grant John, entnr clerk 

Meldrum Geo. Giadi>tone, butcher 

Heldrum John, driver 

Rutan Stewart, driver 

O'B 'en Clarence, slauffhterman 

Hoffman Charles, slaugnterman 

Myers Madison Munroe, farmer 

Garrison Harvey, farmer 

Black John, teamster 

yatea interaecls. 

lOl Pritchard Home, Stevenson & Jones, props 

Stevenson William Gordon 

Jones John B. 

Marshall William, bartender 

Herman Thomas, submarine diver 

Geddes John G. 

Croft John 
103 Fullerton John, boots and shoes 

Paterson James, clerk 

Pringle Michael, shoemaker 
105 VigeTius Bros., barbers 

St Nicholas Baths 

Vigelius Anton 

Vigflius Louis 
107 Delmonico Hotel 

Bcchel Andrew John 

Sheldon Clement L., bartender 

Munger James, bartender 

Leet J. Montague 

Bscalet Ernest 

G>aggJ.S. 

"-■■■ r.h H. 
"ter Harry 

Pi,. Yaile C. 

Martin Walter 

Tanish R. 

Lefontain Mrs. 

Scanlan M. L. 

BeedeS. 

Thompson Theo. S. 
109 Delmonico Restaurant 

Escalet Ernest 

Alex., clerk 

Ferry Mike, night waiter 

Dick P. S , w^aiter 
111 Vacint 
113 Vienna Gt-o.. fish and fruit, etc. 

Consantine Peter, clerk 

Vienna Nicholas, driver 

Vienna Peter, clerk 
115 Hanson Samuel, druggist 

Humber Arthur, clerk 
117 Ross Dixie H.,& Co., groceries and liquors 

Ross Dixie H. 

Watson F. Pearce, clerk • 

Hall William B., clerk 

Millard Alfred, driver 



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119 BarBSlej John, Jk Co., gunsmiths 

Barnsley Juha 

CoUistcr John Richard 
121 Queen's market 

Goodacre Lawrence 

McNish William, bookkeeper 

Durham Thomas, cashier 

Dudgeon James, foreman 

Stevtins Allan, cutter 

Pottinger William Bissett 

Millington Henrv, driver 

Irring Robert, driver 

Meiss Alexander, teamster 

Gaudj Isaac, slaughterman 

vSimpson Henrj', slaughterman 

Irving Robert, farmer 

Juhntton interieclt. 

123 Prior E. G., &Co., hdw andagrlimplts 

Prior Edward Gawler 

Mathews George Franks 

Wynne George William, salesman 

Jackson Ales. James, salesman 

Fearn Samuel, porter 

Findlay Alfred U., comm traveller 

Till Walter G., machine expert 

Schwanger Conrad, clerk 
125 Brackman & Ker, Hour and feed 

Saanicb Mills 

Brackma« Henry 

Ker David Russell 

Ker Walter, clerk 

Whitcomb Edgar, driver 

Barclay George, porter 

Jeune Frederick, sailmaker 

Victoria Athletic Club 

Cormorant intersects. 

137 Lix Sam., merchant 

Huong, Leet k Co., merchants 
139 Ham Yeck, merchant 
147 Chinese 
151 Chinese 

Fisquard intersects. 

153 Lam Kee & Co., merchant tailors 
155 Chinese 
157 Chinese 

* Tin See, merchant tailor 
161 Chinese 

107 Rihr Theodore, cabinetmaker 
169 Quinn Frederick, shoemaker 
171 Saunders Restaurant, Mrs. E. J. Saunders, 
prop. 

Barneit John 

Skinner Rose .Miss, waitress 
173 Sckert William, grocer 

Herald intersects. 

183 Ohong Lee, laundry 

Chatham intersects. 



189 Clarke William Raymond, capt 

Discovery intersects, 
193 On Sing laundry 

Pembroke inlerwxl^, 

* Godfrey William 

Princess av begins. 

* Penny Thomas, engineer 

Queen av. beyins. 
Bay inlersecti. 

llilUide av. intersects. 

WKST 3II>I. 

*2 Mcintosh Daniel, boat builder 

Wharj 'iiyiiis. 

22 Mortimer John, marble woi-ks 
Robertson Alexander, stonecutter 

Courtney intersect*. 

* Vacant 

30 Leet, Sim>a & C >., real estate 
Leet Johnson Montague 
Simon George, solicitor 

British Golumbid Monthly and Mtnftig 

Review 
Leet J. M. 
Manson Andrew 
Mutual Rc8«rve Fund Life Assn. 
32 Vacant 

* Vacant 

34 RoUin James S., butcher 

Porter Alice, wid. Chas. 
36 Jones A. W. 

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