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Full text of "Belcher's farmer's almanack for the province of Nova Scotia, Dominion of Canada, for the year of Our Lord 1895 [microform]"




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D. McAIuMKE: & SO^fS, 

HALIFAX, N. S; & ST. ^fM^ N. B. 



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78— UPPER WATER ST.— 78 



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IS A THOROUuHLY RELIABLE. 



Tailoring Establishment. 

THE GOODS OONSISTIXO OK 

TW&SD3, "WOBSTEDS, 2CSLT0NS, BSAVBBS, 
NAPS, FAZSZBS, OOZIDVBOT, fto., 

Are all imported {rom the best English and Scotch Manufacturers, and 
are sold by the yard or made to your measure in any style or 
garment you desire, and the price is made to suit the times. 

^^SMALL PROFITS AMD QUICK SALES.^^ 

You can also get SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, UNDER CLOTHES, 
BRACES, SOCKS, UMBRELLAS, MACKINTOSHES, 
AND MEN'S NOVELTIES, HATS & CAPS, 
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. 

N. L. M0DONALD, V MBR0HANT Tailor. 



If you-?!- 
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f A Suit of Clothes, 

Overcoat, 

Ladies' Cloth Sacque, 

Sealette Sacque, 



Or Ladies* Cloth Suit, 

CALL AT . 



£ MAXWELL & SON'S 

LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S 

TfailoFing E^tabli^hmeiil, 

68 GRANVILLE ST., HALIFAX, N. S. 

Telephone 869. 



The celebrated ball poloted pens at KNOWLES' BOOKSTORE. 



MOSS ROSES at 9. S. NURSERY, Loekmao St, HALIFAX. 



ADYERTISEMBNT. 



pianos and ©Fgans. 



THE W. H. JOHNSON CO.. Ltd. 




Have removed 
to their new 
premises, 

157 Granville Street, 

Late Dnffiis Baildiag, 

and are showing^ 
one of the 
finest and most 
complete stock of 



Pianos and Organs 



IN 

A3 some of the large 
Manufacturers are 
Stockholders In this 
Company, it will he to 
your interest to buy 
from this House, and 
thus save Middleman's 
profit. 



CANADA. 




^rite or call for Prices and. Tei^ms.. 

The W. H. Johnson Co., Ltd. 

HALIFAX, N. 8. 



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The Globe FOFnitaPe Co., Limited. 

School, Church 

— AND — 

Hall Furniture. 




Sole Manufacturers of the 
Matchless 

<*aLOSB DESSS," 

and the Automatic 

"OZtO'Wlir DBSZ," 



Catalogues furnished on 
Application. 



W. T. LINDSAY & CO.. 

AflTsnti for ACaritimo Frovinoos, - LT71TB27BT7EO, IT. s. 



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HIRSCHFELD & CURRIE, 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

ALWAYS ON HAND-FRESH AND CORNED PORK, HAM, BACON AND 
A VARIETY OF SMOKED AND CORNED MEATS. 

Orders Solicited.^V '^yCall and Examine. 

FISHING VESSELS SUPPLIED AT SHORT NOTICE. 

2i6 ARGYLE ST., - - HALIFAX, N. S. 



Establish 



to be foui 
CATALOGUI 



KM0WLE8' BOOKSTORE, Corner abOTe the Post Office. 



73 to 7G 
51 to 57 



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ESTAHLISIIED 1864. INCOUPORATKD 1880. 

New Warerooms Opened Sept. 24th, 1894. 




Having now the Largest and Finest 

Furniture and Carpet 

Show Rooms in the Dominion, it is our intention to carry the 

most complete stock of 

4iou§e JTuraisl^ing (Joodg 

to be found in Canada, and to maintain our reputation for 

Low Prices. 

CATALOGUES AND PRICE LISTS MAILED ON APPLICATION. 



NOVA SCOTIA FURNISHING CO., LTD. 



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NA/MOI-ESA1.E:. 



Manchester, RobeitsoniAllisoD^ 



ST. JOTU^T, InT 

IMPORTERS OK 



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British, French and German Goods, 

JOBBERS OK 

Canadian and American Manufacturers. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



BLANKETS AND CAMP BLANKETING, 

HORSE BLANKETS, LININGS and JDMPERS. 



CLOTHS & TAILORS' TRIMMINGS, MANTLE CLOTHS. DRESS GOODS, 

RIBBONS, LACES. CORSETS, HANDKFS., GLOVES, HOSIERY, 

BUTTONS. BRAIDS, SMALL WARES, DOLLS. FANCY GOODS. 



MILLINERY. ^ 



Hats, Bonnets, F'eathers, Flowers, 
Crapes and Millinery Trimnnings. 



FlannelSi Blankets, Mantlesi [ShawlSj Knit Wool 
Goods, Umbrellas, Parasols, Furs.' 

GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINGS. 

SHIRTS. COLLARS. TIES, SCARFS. UNDERWEAR, OVERALLS, 
JUMPERS, SHIRTS, AND DRAWERS. 

Grey Cottons, White Cottons, Ticlcs, Prints, Shirtings, Cottanades, Ginghams, 

Linings, Jeans, Cottons, Flannels, Linens of ail kinds. Towels, Table- 

Gloths, Napkins, Rollerings, Hessians and Osnaburgs, 

Velveteens, Muslins, Knitting Yarns of all kinds. 

CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, RUQS, CURTAINS, CRETONNES, and 
HOUSE FURNISHINGS Of all kinds. 

Our Travellers visit alt the principal towns in Nova Scotia, New Brurisuicic 
and P. E. Island at fiequent intervals. Prices low and terms lil^eral. 

Orders by mail executed carefully and promptly. 

Country Merchants who have nut hitherto boon dealing; with us, will And it 
to their odvant 'ge to send us a trial order. 

M. R. & A. 



Elegant Assortment of Prayer Books at Knowles' Bookstore. 



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Hardy Bose«, N. 8. 5UR8ERT, Loekmai St» HtUf AZ« 



ADVBRTISKMENT. 



H. J. W. POWERS, 



general Job gFinter 

99 GERMAIN STREET, 



Importer and Dealer In i>-<>— 

White and Colored Papers, Cardboards, 
Shipping Tags, Envelopes, &c. 



GUMMED PAPERS or J{LL coLO/iS. 



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and Address Lalsels, Drnffffists' 
LalselS) Shipping Tags & Oarda» 
Sill) Letter, Note and Memo. 
Seads, Envelopes, 8se. 



CORRESPOND FOR PRICES AND SAMPLES BEFORE PLACING ORDERS. 

^IT WILL PAY YOU.J^ 



99 Oerniain St., ST. JOHN. N. B. 



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Polished Plate Glass, Window Glass— Ground, Muslin, 

Ribbed, Fluted, Beveled, Colored- in great variety. 

Carson's Anticorrosive Paints, White Leads, 

Colored Paints, Fire Proof Paints, Oils, 

Sheathing Paper, Diamond Roofing; 

Copper Roofing, Tin Plate Roofing, 

Locks, Knobs, Hinges. 



FISHI NG SUPPLIES ; 

Nets, Lines t Twin s, Cordaf/e, Canvas, CtitcJi, 
Lanterns, Fish Hooks, Cordage, 



MILL SUPPLIES! 



Beltins, Saws, Oils, Packing, Lathe Ties. 



GENERAL HARDWARE; 

Iron, Sheet Iron, Copper, Tin, Tin Plates, Iron Pipe, 

Lead, Lead Pipe, Sheet Zinc, Cement, Tar, 

Pitch, Oakum, Anchors, Chains. 



Fboto^raph Albums, Scrap Books, Portfolios, at 



A. C. CoQ.sv 



SHADE TREES at N. 8. NUB8EBT» LoekmAD 8t.» Hftllfas. 



ADVBUTISUMCNTH. 



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TAYLOR'S 



"Palace" Boot and Shoe Stoie, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



156 Granville St., 



HALIFAX, N. S. 



■^i ^iotoria JWineral VV)cit€:p W)oi*H8.K^ 



W. H, DONOVAN, Proprietor. 



— MANUFACTUUER OP 



Belfast Ginger /^le, ^Erated Lemoriade, 

Sparl^ling Champagne Cider, Soda Water, 

and all i^inds of lifineral Waters. 



41 to 47 GRANVILLE ST., HALIFAX, N. S. 



A. C. CooswBLli, D D.S. 



Aftniuft VV. CooawHiiii, M.D, D.D.S. 



A. C. COGSWELL & SON, 

ANESTHETIC AGENTS ADMINISTERED FOB PAINLESS 

REMOVAL OF TEETH. 

Crov^n and Brids® \A/orl< a Sp&clailty. 



105 HOLLIS STREET, HALIFAX, N. S. 

(Between Queen Hotel and Halifax Hotel) 



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IHAGDOjlAIiD & GO. 



LIMITED. 

Nos. 1-7 and 162-172 Barring-ton Street 

HALIFAX, N. S 



IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN 

{Fon pipe 

AND 

BOILER TUBES. 



MILL, MINING, RAILWAY AND 
FACTURING SUPPLIES. 




MANU- 



Engineering and Sanitary Specialties. 



ffUBBER GOODS FOR MECHANICAL PURPOSES. 



Steam Wrecking Pamps, 

PONTOONS, SUBMARINE OUTFITS, . 

And all appliances for raising Vessels of every description. 



Macdonald & Co. 



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(See also Adv. pag^e 13 ) 



Ctold Pens and Pearl Holders, Knowles' Bookstore^ Halifax. 



Boattonleres at N. i<». IHJBSEBT, Lookman St., Hallfaz. 



CONTENTS. 



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PAO« 

Attornies and Barristers 117 

Acadia College. Wolfville 219 

Army 41 

Baptist Convention N. S. and N. B..219 

Banisters and Attornies 117 

" Society 231 

DiUc Society 250 

Blind School 224 

Board of Trade 231 

Book and Tract Society 250 

British Columbia, Province of: Lt. 
Governor, Execntive Council and 

Legislative Assembly 39 

Banks— Halifax Banking Co 225 

Bank of Nova Scotia 226 

British North America 226 

Union Bank of Halifax 226 

Merchant's Bank 226 

People's Bank of Halif ax . . . 227 

Montreal 227 

Bank of Yarmouth 227 

Com. Bank of Windsor 228 

Exchange Bank of Yarm'th.228 
Dominion Savings' Bank . . . 227 

Christian Association 250 

Calendar Pages 60-83 

Coal Mines 232 

Consuls 269 

County Courts, Sittings of GO 

Clerks 90 

County Municipalities 91 

" Wardens 91 

" Clerks 91 

Courts— Supreme, of Canada 84 

Exchequer of Canada 84 

Supreme of Nova Scotiu ... 84 

Marriage and Divorce 84 

Vice- Admiralty 85 

County 90 

Clergy— Baptist 219 

Church of England 211 

Church of Scotland 217 

Free Baptist 221 

Lutheran 221 

Methodist 217 

Presbyterian 215 

Roman Catholic 213 

Coroners 95 

Conmiissioners for Relief of Insolvent 

Debtors 97 

Commissioners out of Province 87 

Conmiissioners within Province 89 

Commercial Department 225 

Customs Department 148 

Customs Officials 148 

Dalhousie College and, University .. .223 

Dartmouth, Town of 235 

Davenport School, St. John, N. B. . .224 

Dental Association 209 

Deaf and Dumb School 224 

Deceased Estate, Affidavit Form 86 

Deeds, Registrars of. .... . 86 

Dominion of Canada— Gov. General. 18 
Privy Council 18 



PAoa 

Dominion of Canada— Senate 18 

H.of Commons 21 

Eclipses 61 

Ecclesiastical Department 211 

Educational Department 222 

Council of Public Instruction. 222 

Normal School 222 

Farm Items 60-83 

Fire Insurance Companies 229 

Game Laws 266 

Gas Inspection 130 

Halifax, City of 288 

Incorporated Towns 286 

Inland R(!Venue Department 13» 

Insane Asyl m 27 

Inspectio" ' Fish and Oils 200 

Insurance ly'ompanies and Agencies. 228 

Intercolonial Railway 141 

Judges— Supreme Court of Canada . 84 

N Scotia 84 
County Courts, Nova Scotia 90 

Probate 86 

Justices of the Peace 100 

King's College, Windsor 212 

Law and Justice, Department of . . . 84 

Leading Hotels in Nova Scotia 259 

Life Insurance Companies 230 

Light Houses 179 

Lloyds Agents 14 

Manitoba, Province of : Lt.Qovernor, 

Executive and Attsembly 88 

Marine and Fisheries Department ..179 

Marine Insurance Companies 228 

Marriage License Issuers 29 

Masonic 241 

Medical College 226 

Medical Register 201 

Mercanti'e Companies 231 

Militia Department 289 

Morley Ladies College, St.John,N.B.224 
Mt. Allison College, Sackville, N. B.218 

Movabl(i< Feasts, &c 49 

Municipal Councillors 92 

National and Benevolent Societies ..250 

Navy, The 42 

New Brunswick, Province of : Lieut.- 
Governor, Executive & Assembly . . 30 

Newspapers in Nova Scotia 288 

North-west Territory 89 

Nova Scotia, Province of : Lieut • 
Governor, Executive & Legislative 
Councils, & Legislative Assembly. 24 

Nova S. otia Central Railway 144 

Odd Fellows 243 

Maritime Unity 221 

Ora;ige Lodge, Grand 221 

Ontario, Province of : Lieut.-Gov., 
Legislative Council and Legislative 

Assembly 87 

Pharmaceutical Society 209 

Pilot Commissioners and Pilots 179 

Post Office Department 181 

Arrival and Departure of Mails 
at Halifax 181 



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PAOB 

p. 0. Dept— N. S. Postal Division ..131 

Post Offices 183 

Rates of Postage 135 

Money Order Branch . . . 139 

Presbyterian College, Halifax 217 

Prince Edward Island, Province of : 
Lieut.'Oovernor, Executive and 
Legislative Council, and Legisla- 
tive Assembly 31 

Probate Judges 86 

*• Registrars 86 

Prothonutaries 85 

Quebec, Province of: Lieut.-Go\or- 
nor, Executive and Legislative 
Councils, & Legislative Assembly. 33 

Railways, Coaches and Steamers 141 

Registrars of Deeds 86 

Registrars of Probate 86 



PAOR 

Religious and Benevolent Societies .250 

Revising Officers 86 

Royal Family of Great Britain 17 

Sherififs 86 

Signal Station, Citadel 244 

Spring Hill and Parrsboro' Railway. 14'J 

Steamers 140 

St. Francis Xavier's College 215 

Supreme Court, Sittings of 85 

Tariff, The Ibl 

Telegraph Companies and Offices ... 32 

Temperance Directory 252 

Tide Table 57 

Vice Admiralty Court 85 

Victoria General Hospital 27 

Weather Guide 47 

Windsor and Annapolis Railway — 144 
Yarmouth and Annapolis Railway ..145 



Tr:T^ii3r»iioiv.E 348, 



«Nova Seotia Jlupsery, 

(Late John MacDonald'S) 
Opposite Intercolonial Passenger Station, 



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Pugwash — Alex. Wilson. 

Surveyors to Lloyds* Register. — Halifax, David Hunter; Cliarlotte- 
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PAGK 

AliiNluyi Mm. Truro 260 

Alii'ti, Ti 0. & Co., part top liriea 

Allltion, Bdtiiund P., Barrister 128 

Art)hlb»ld, A. A., Truro 50 

Arultlbald it Amiatrong, barristers. . 14 

HftV of Puiiday S. S. Co 262 

itoll, A. J>) tnnuranco 14 

liliU'k Bto», k Co., Hardware 34 

iliuridhat'd & Morso, Barristers 122 

\hmt')n Marine Ins. Co 22 

jlownian, M., Public Analyst 46 

Hrftdley Ufos., St. Joiin, N. B 262 

(!uliot, W. H., Dry Goods 54 

t'HNgOH & Chlsholiii, Truro 258 

Oimntliorlaiii, Jolin, St. Jolin 261 

(Ilii.Vtoii ft Sons, right side lines 

(lojfijwull, A. 0. k Son, Dentists. ... 9 

Oiituim'K, T. P., Tailor 260 

(ImtKo, Chnrle-, Truro 2.58 

(IOp|», A. J. S., Digljy 126 

('onifdoil iV NnttinK, Barristers, &c. 264 

Coiiiollus, Jm Jowoller 43 

tlotinolly's Boolt Store, lines, and 54 

(Sillttnoy, T. P., Orocoiies, etc 255 

(Irglutttnn & Marshall, Stationers . . . 4G 
Ci'iiWP, VVni, Fancy Goods, col'd leaf 

Ci'dWoll, M. Om Hardware 52 

(Hlliaii^ S. k Co., Steamers, Coal 264 

Dftvitimort School, St. John, N. B..li50 

UuUlofu, VV. M., Annapolis 126 

Dciiipstor, Jnnies, Pianiner Mill... 254 

Dlrwifc V, S. Cable Co 32 

Drako, f . W., Watchmalcer 19 

ItQiifivan, W.H., Mineral Waters ... 9 

lUlliy, 6. n., Truro 258 

Kkhii, Ti Jm Guns, &c 40 

I'illlotfc, P. C, Gents Furnishing .... 46 

I'illt'i'NhttW, Kdward, Di(j;by 126 

Kftl'iiuhftr, Forrest & Co., Banlcers.. 43 
Kiuilkiuir & Co., Ins, inside bound cover. 
I'ltJiimfcriok, U. K., New Glasi,'ow. . . .120 

KliUAte, J. C. P., colored leaf 

Knllon, A, It. &Co., Truro, hotlines 

flatus, W &A., Pianos, &c 86 

UIIIIm k Harris, Barristers 129 

Olelio Furniture Co., ltd, Lunenburg 4 

floitlon k Keith, Furniture, &o 36 

Ol'iuit IJres , Albion Hotel 257 

Urillln i\{ Keltio, Marble Workers. ... 48 
Ilulltiiat, Ja8,, Tailor, line title page 

JIftiiimh, Johti, Hh. John 26 

llitin'l:,tl)t k Mcliinnon, Barristers ..118 
lliirt'lH, Henry k Cahan, Barristers. .118 
Ilii'NohfMid it Cnrrio, Sausiiges, &c.. 4 
Jolmgon, The W. H. Co,, ltd, Pianos. 3 

Kurr h Prlntflo, St John, N. B 58 

Kully, J, F., HHrness, &c 254 

Kiiltrhttl6 Co (StaMoner^, part top lines 
Knowkm, llookstore, part bottom lines 

UliiK k liarss, Uarris ers . . . .- 118 

Idviio, Tho Hatter 41 

Ifium, 0, W., Lunenburg 124 

iicmiuvn, J. A, k Co., Victuallers 257 

IjypliU), H, T,, Watohmkr, pt hot lines 

Lfydoii k Mttointosh, Tailors 22 

I<oii|(ard liros., Machinists, &c. 253 

MitAlptne, Dm k Co., Books, &c, lines264 



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Miifdonald k Co., Plumbers, &p. .10, 18 

MaclJcavmid, D., New Glasgow 152 

Macdonald & Jones, Barristers 118 

McKenna, A., Tohaccos, Pictou 46 

Mackinlay, A. & W., Stationers 203 

Mackintosh, J. C, Banker 50 

McLean, Jas. A., Bridgewater 124 

McLearn, Jas, & Son, Feed Store 261 

McLellan, Cai.t W. A., Truro 2.58 

McNeil & McNeil, Barristers '204 

MacPhie Wm. F., Antigonish 120 

McDonald, N, L., Tailor 2 

McManus, A, E., Tailor 62 

Manchester, Robertson & Allison, St. 

John, N. B., Calendar pages and 6 

Maxwell & Son, E., Tailors 2 

Miller Bros , Pianos, &c , left side lines. 

Mills & Rusigles, Annapolis 126 

Moir, VV. k A., Machinists 84 

Monroe, R. G., Digby 260 

Morton k Co., Books, &c., bot lines. 
Morley Ladies College.St. John,N.B. 16 
Mumford Bros., Com'n Merchants.. 86 

.Munnis, J. K., Clothier 16 

Munro Bros , New Glasgow, Wire 

Goods, part bottom lines 

Murphy, Edward, St. John 50 

Murphy Gold Cure Institute 28 

Neily, J. B., Shipping Agent 34 

Nova Scotia Furnishing Co 5 

Nova Scotia Nursery, part top lines . 12 

Owen, J. M., Barrister 124 

Patterson, John, Boilers 256 

Pickford & Black, St amship Agents 20 
Powers, H. J. W., St. John, N. B . . . 7 

Purcell, W. A., Taxidermist 261 

Rhodes, Curry & Co., colored leaf.. 

Ritchie, Ja-Dcs J., Barrister- 124 

Roberts, Art-ur, Bridgewater 122 

Robson, C. & Co., Dry Goods 64 

Robb Engineering Co , colored leaf. 
Roche, David, Wall Paper, Paints.&c. 44 
Ross, Mellish k Mathers, Barristers. .128 

Roue, James, Mineral Waters 42 

Royal Pulp and Paper Co., Montreal 45 

Sanford, G. & Sons, Monuments 248 

Schulze, C. G., Watchmaker, &c. . . .256 
Scovii & Page, part bottom lines. . . . 

Shaw & Sangster, Windsor 122 

Shreve, T. C, Digby 128 

Silver, W. & C, Carpets, Clothing.. 26 
Sinclair & Patterson, New Glasgow. .120 
Smith, J. Godfrey, lines calendai pages. 

Smith, G. M. & Co., Dry Goods 47 

Stanford, Robt., inside bound cover 

Stairs, Son & Morrow, Hardware 249 

Sutherland, Wm. W., Laundry 48 

Taylors Boot and Shoe Store 9 

Terrace Hotel, Amherst 56 

Thome, W. H. & Co., St. John, N.B. 8 
United States Cable, Direct Co., ltd. 32 

Wall, Joseph A., Antigonish 120 

Webster & Robertson, Kentville 122 

Whiston, S. E., colored leaf 

Whitman, Alfred, Barrister 128 

Williston, H. C, Commission 260 

Wilson & Sellen, St. John, N. B. . . . 62 






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Tl|e Rforley Ladies' College & Coi)servatory of tfuslc, 

In Union with tlie London College of Music. 
84 PRINCESS STREET, - - - ST. JOHN, N. B. 
Principals -MISS E. W. MORLEY, A. Mns. L. C. M., 

(Ueprcsentativo of the London College of Music, also 
" Silver Medallist" for Pftinting;" and 

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meij. Subjects :— Eniflish Literature, French (correspondence, granur.ar and 
conversation). Harmony. Charcoal Drawinjy, Freehand Drawing, Si^ht Reading 
for Singing, &c. Torms,— $4.00 per Course of 20 lessons. 

Lessons on the Pianoforte, Singing:, Violin, Painting, Charcoal Drawing, Model 
and Freehand Drawing, German are extras- hojrs by arrangeniervt. 



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Date of Birth and Age in 1894. 
QUEEN VICTORIA, (X60,n00 privy purse, other 

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Prince Consort Aug. 26, 1819 

(Z>/erfI)oc. 14, 1861). 

Princess Royal, (.£8,000) Nov. 21, 1840.. 55 

{MarriedJan. 25, 1858, to Crown Pr. Fred. Win. 
of Prussia, Died, 8 children^. 

Prince of Wales, (£40,000) Nov. 9, 1841.. 54 

(Married MakTch 10, 1863, to Alexandra, Prin 
cess of Denmark, b. Dec. 1, 1844). Issue — 

Albert Vie. Christ. Edward, died Jan. 

Greorce Fredk. Ernest Albert June 

(Married Victoria Mary of Teck, June 
3. 1893. Son born June 23, 1894. 

Louise Vict. Alex. Dagmar Feb. 20, 1867 . .28 

(Married, Duke of Fife, 2 children.) 

Victoria Alex. Olga Mary July 6, 

Maud Char. Mary Victoria Nov. 26, 1869 

Princess Alice Maud Mary Apl. 25, 1843 

(Married July 1, 1862, to Prince Louis of Hesse, 
died Dec. 14, 1878, 7 cnildren). 
Prince Alfred Ernest Albert (Duke of Edin- 
burgh), (£25,000), Duke of Saxe Coburg-Gotha . . Aug. 6, 1844 
(Married Jan. 23, 1874, to Grand Duchess Marie 
Alexandrovna of Russia, 5 children) 

Princess Helena Aug. Victoria, (£6,000) May 25, 1846.. 49 

(Married July 5, 1866, to Prince Christian of 
Schleswig-Holstein, 5 children). 

Princess Louise Car. Alberta, (£6,000) Mar. 18, 1848.. 47 

(Married Mar. 21, 1871, to John, Marquis of Lome). 
Prince Arthur Wm. Patk. Albert (Duke of Con- 
naught), (£2.5,000) May 1, 1850. .45 

(Married March 13, 1879, to Princess Louise of 
Prussia, 3 children). 
Prince Leopold G. Duncan Al. (Duke of Albany). April 7, 1853 
(Man /erf April 27, 1882, to Princess Helen of 
Waldeck-Pyrmont, (£6,000', died March 
28, 1884, 2 children). 

Princess Beatrice Mary V. Feo., (£6,000) Apl. 4, 1857.. 38 

(Married July 23, 1885, to Prince Henry of 
Battenburg, 4 children;) 

Duke op Cambridge, (£12,000) Mar. 26, 1819. .76 

Duke op CuitfeERLAND Sep. 21, 1845. .50 

Duchess of Mecklenburg, (£3,000) July 12, 1822.. 73 

Duchess of Tbck, (£5,000) Nov. 27, 1833.. 62 



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Skat op Government — OTTAWA. 

Oovemor- General and Cownnnrfer-irt-C/iiV/— ($50,000)— His Excellency 
The Right Honourable The Earl of Aberdbkn. 

DOMINION OF CANADA PRIVY COUNCIL. 

Rt. Hon Sir J. S 1). Thompson Premier and Minister of Jmtice — (f 8,000). 
Hm Geo. E Fosler, Minister of Finance— {$7,000). 
" J. A. Guimet, Minister of Public Workt— (97,000.) 
" Sir Adolphe Caron, Post mast er-General—(%l,(\00). 
" John Co'^tiffun, Secretary of State.— ($7,000). 
" Sir John Carling, Without Port/olio. 

J. Q. Hagjjart, Minister of Riilwnys and Canals— ($7,000). 
Mackouzie Bowell, Minister of Trade and Commerce— ($7,000). 
Sir 0. H. Tapper, Minister o/ Marine and Fisheries— ($7,000). 
Tho8. M. Daly. Minister of 'the /nterior-($7, 000). 
Sir Frank Smith, Without Portfolio. 
Hon J. G. Patterson, Minister of Militia. 
•' J. F. Wood, Controller of Inland Revenue. 
*' N. Glarke Wallace, Controller of Customs. 
" J. J. Curran, Solicitor General. 



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Hon. William McDoui,'all, c.b. 
'' Sir Wm. P. Ilowknd, c.n. 
Peter Mitchell. 
Theodore Kobituillo, 
Hii ii McDoJiald. 
W. Ross. 
D. A. Macdonald. 
T, -'aurnier. 
David Laird. 
Rodolphe Laflamme. 
William B. Vail, 
David Mills. 



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Hon. Sir Kichard Cartwright. 
" C. A. P. Pelletier. 
" Richard W. Scott. 
" W. Laurier. 
" Edward Blake, 
" Alfred G. Jones, 

G. Babv. 

James Macdonald. ' ; 

L. R. Mattson. ' 

J. C. Aikins. 

Sir David L. Mncpherson, 

Sir Samuel L. Tilley, k.c.m.g. 



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Speaker Hon J. J. Ross. 

Clerk — E.J. Lan^tfcviti; Chaplain — Ven. Archdeacon Lauder, d. c. l. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA— 10 Mkmbers. 

Hon W. J. Almon, M. D. 
" Tho-s IVlcKav. 
" Wm McDonald, 



Hon Robert Barrv Dickey, 
" William Miller, 
" Alex Macfarlane, 
♦' H. A. N. Kaulbach, 
" L. G. Power, 



" Clarence Primrose. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK.— 10 Membkrs. 



Hon David Wark, 
" Abner Reid McClclan, 
" James Dever, 



Ho7i. J. D. Lewln. 
" P. Poirier. 
" J B. Snowball. 




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Hon A. A. Macdonald, 



Hon Sam) Prowse. 
" G. W. Howlaa. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC— 24 Members. 



Bon Joseph F. Armand, 
" Jean Baptiste Guevremont, 
" M. H. Cochrane, 
»« C. A. P. Pelletier, 
" C. E. B, De Boucherville. 
" Joseph H. Bellerose, 
" A. W. ORilvie, 
" J. K. Thibaudeau, 
" T. Robitaille, 
" P. A. DeBlois. 



Hon Joseph Bolduc. 
" J. J. Ross, f^penker, 
" E. J. Price. 
'* G. A. Druniinond. 
" Edward Murphy. 
" L. F. R. Masson. 
" H. Montplaish'. 
" Joseph lasse 
" A. C. P. R. Landry. 
" Alphonse Desjardins, 
'' A. R. Angers. 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO— 24 Members. 



Bon David Reesor, 

" D Maclnnes, 

" Sir David Lewis Macpherson, 

" George VVm Allan, 
Sir F. Smith, 
Hon R. Read, 

" A. Vidal, 

'♦ R. W. Scott, 

" John O'Donohue. 

«» G. C. McKindsey. 

" F. Clemow. " • ; 



Hon D. McMillan. 

" M. Sullivan. 

" Jas Robert Go wan, 

'• W. E. Sandford, 

♦' L. McCailum, 

" C. E. Cr strain, 

" Samuel Merner. 

•' Peter McLaren. 

" John Dobson. 

" John Ferguson 

" McKenzie Bowcil. 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA— 4 Members. 



Hon 0. A. Boulton. 
,, J. Sutherland. 



Hon Thomas A. B^rnier, 
" John N. Kirchhoffer. 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA- 

Bon W. J. Macdonald, Hon T. R. Mclnnes. 



-D Members. 
Hon Jas, Reid. 



W. D. Perley, 



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Steamship Agents 



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AGENTS FOR 

Furness Line of Steamers, 

Between London and Halifax. 

Donaldson Line of Steamers, 

Between Glasgow and Halifax. 

Yarmouth Steamship Company Limited, 

Between Yarmoxith and Halifax. a. 

Halifax and Newfoundland Steamship Co., 

Between Halifax, Cape Breton and 5f ewfoundland Ports. 

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Halifax and West India Steamship Line, 

Between Halifax, Brmnda, Jamaica, and Halifax and Havana, 
Cuba, aiid Halifax and Windward Islands. 

Halifax to Prince Edward Island, 

Via Eastern Shore ports. 

Commercial Cable Co., New York. 

Punch Edye Co., New York. 



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Speaker //on Pofcr White. 

Clerk— John George Bourlnot, o.m.o., i.i..n., d.c.l.,i>.i.. ; Clerk Aatiitant— 
V. Rouleau. 8eri/e.ant-(tt-Arm$—]A-Co\. FI. R Sinilh. 

PROVINCE OFNX)VA SCOTIA. 

Annapolis— J. B. Mills, '«— ». Hants— A. Putnam, 



Antigoniah— //wn Sir John Thorn p^iJiiverness — Hugh Cumoron. 

son, K.c.*i o. KinKH— F. W. Borden 

Cape Breton — H. K. McDougall,^rf^unenburff— Charles E. KaulUac' 

D. McKeen. Queens— Francis Gordon Forbes. 

Colchester— William^ Patterson. ^Pictou— J. McOouf^ald, lion S' 



Cumberland— A. R Dickey. 
Dighy— Kdward Charles Bowers. 
Guysborough— Duncan C Fruser. 
Halifax— T. E. Kenny, John Fifz 
William Stairs. 




PROVINCE OF 

Albert— R. C. Weldon, " '"• . 
Carleton — Newton Ramsav Colter. 
Charlotte— A. H. Gillmor, 
Gloucester- Blanchard Tneotime. 
Kent— Geo. V Mclnerney. 
Kings — If(yn George E. Foster. •^ 
Northumberland— Michael Adams. 
Queens— George F. Baird. 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Restigouche— John McAHster. 
St. John, city—Ezekiel McLeod. 
S. John, city and county — J. 

Douglas Hazen and J. A. Chesley 
Sunbury— R. D. Wilmot, jr. 
Victoria — Hon John Costigan, 
Westmoreland— Josiah Wood. 
York — Thomas Temple. 



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Richmond — Joseph A. Gillips. ^ 

"helburne — Nathaniel W. White. " ' "S 
Victoria— John A. McDonald, •^r* 
armouth — Thomas B. Flint. '^ 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE 

King's Co., Augustine C. Macdonald, 

John McLear). 
Prince Co., John Yeo, S. F. Perry, 



EDWARD ISLAND. 
Queen's Co., Louis H. Davies, Wm 

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PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



Argenteuil, Thomas Christie, 
Bagot, Flavien Dupont. 
Heauce, Joseph (iodbout, 
Beauharnois,J. G. H. Bergeron, 
Bellechasse, Guillaumo Amyot. 
Berthier, C. Beausoleil. 
Bonaventure, Wm. LeB. Fauvel. 
Brome, Eugene A. Dyer. 
Chambly, R. Prefontaine. 
Champlain, Onesime Carignan. 
Charlevoix, Henry 8iroard. 
Chateauguay, James Pollock Brown. 
Chicoutimi & Saguenay, Louis de 

Gonxagne Belley. 
Compton, Rufus H. Pope. 
Dorchester, Cyrille E.'Vaillaucourt. 
Drummond and Arthabaska, J. Lav- 

ergne, 
Gaspe. L. Z. Joncas, 
j Hochelaga, Severin LaChappele 
Huntingdon, Julius Scriver. 
Iberville, Francois Bechard. 
Jacques Cartier, D. Girouard, 
Joliette, Urbain Lippo. 



Kamouraska, Henrj' G. Carroll. 
Laprairic, Louis Conrad Pelletier'. 
L'Assomption, H. Jeannolte 
Laval, Hon Joseph Aldric Ouimet. 
Levis, Pierre M Guav. 
L'Islet, J. Israel Tart'e. 
Lotbiniere, Dr. C. I. Rinfret. 
Maskinonge, Joseph H. Legris. 
Megantic, L.J. Cote. a/irt« Frechette. 
Missisquoi, George Barnard Baker. 
Montcalm, Louis E. Dugas. 
Montmagny, P. A. Choquette, 
Montmorencj', A. J. Turcotte 
Montreal, Centre, John Jos. Curran 
Montreal East, A. T. Lepine, 
Montreal. West, Sir Donald Smith, 

K.C.M.G. 

Napierville, Dominique Monet. 
Nicolet, Joseph Hector Leduc. 
Ottawa County. Charles R. Devlin. 
Pontiac, John Bryson. 
Pcrtneuf, Arthur Delisle. 
Quebec, East, Hon Wilfred Laurier 
Quebec, Centre, Francois Langelitr 



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Quebec, West, 

Quebec Co, Julc«J. T. Fremont. 
IJidielieu, A. A. Hruneau. 
Kicliniond and Wolfe, Clarence C. 

(Mevoland. 
Uimouski, //on Sir Adolphe Caron, 

K. c. M. o. 
Uouville, I.ouiH IMilUppe Brodeiir. 
St Hvacinthe, Michael K. IKrnier 
St Maurice, F. S. h. l)e»aulniers. 
St Jolin'8, FrancolB BouraHsu, 



Sheflford, John Roblna Sanborn. 

Sherbrooko, Hon William B. Ivea 

SoulanKes, Jas. W. Uain. 

StanHtead, Timothy Byron Rldor 

TemiHcouata, I*. K. Qrandbois 

Terrebonne, Pierre Leclair. 

Throe Uivers, /^(mSirl lectori anf^evln 

Two Mountalnw, .lowpii Glrouard. 

Vaudreuil, Henry Stan, ilarwood. 

Vcrcheres, 

Yaniaska, Roch M«>iHe, S. Mignault 



PROVINCE OF ONTAUIO. 



A(ldinf?ton, Georyo W. W. Dawson. 
Aluonia, George H. Macdonnell 
Hotliwell, Hon U. Mills. 
Uraiit, N. K., James Somorville 
Hrant, 8. «., VV. Paterson 
Hniekville, John F. Wood 
Hruie, K. H., II V CarKill 
Hnice, N. K., Alexander McN'jill. 
iiruee \v. u., James Kowand. 
Canlwell, RobtS. White 
CarlctoM, William T. HodRins 
Cornw^l and Stormont, 1). Bergin 
Dundas, Hugo H. Ross 
Durham, k. k , Thomas D. Craig 
Durham, w. R., Robert Beith, 
Kif^in, K. K., Andrew B. Ingram 
Elgin, w. R , Geo E. Casey 
Es>sex, 8. n., Henr^ W. AUart 
Essex, N. R , William McGregor 
Frontenac,H. A. Calvin 
Glengarrj', Roderick R. McLennan 
Grenville', s. n., John Dowsley Reid 
Grey, E. K. Thom is 8. Sproule 
Grey, n. h., Jas Masson 
Grey, s. u., George Landerkin 
Hiildimand, W. H. Montague 
Ilalton, David Henderson 
Hamilton, Alex McKay,S.S.Rvckman 
Hastings, b. k., Wm B. Nor hup 
Hastings, n.k., A. W. Carscallen 
Hastings, w. u., Henry Corby 
Iluron, w. R , Hon J. C Patterson 
Huron, k. u., Peter MacDonald 
Huron, s. k., John McMillan 
Kent, A. Campbell 
Kingston, Jas H. Metcalfe 
Lainbton, k. r., Geo Moncreiff 
Lambton, w. R. , James F. Lister 
Lanark, N. R ,. Bennett Rosamond 
Lanark, s. R., lion J. G. Haggart . 
Leeds & Grenville, N. R., 0. F. Fer- 
guson 
Leeds, s. R., George Taylor 
Lennox, Uriali Wilpon 
Lincoln and Niagara, Wm Gibson 
London, Sir John Carling 



Middlesex, m. r., Wm. H. Hutchins 
Middlesex, k. r., J. 11. Marshull 
Middlesex, h. r., Hoberl Bo8t«)n 
Middlesex, w. R., W. F. Rooine 
Monck, A. Boyle 
Muskoka, W. K. O'Brien 
Norfolk, N. R , J Charlton 
Norfolk, s. R., David Tisdale 
Northumberland, k.r.PaIw Cochrane 
Ncrthuniuerland, w. r., Geo Guillet 
Ontario, n. r., Frank Madill 
Ontario, s. r., Wm Smith 
Ontario, w. is,, Jas D. Kdgar. 
Ottawa, (city), C. H. Mackintosh, 

H. Robillard 
Oxford, N. H., Jas. Sutherland 
Oxford, 8 R., Hon Sir Richard Cart- 
wright, K.C.M G. 
Peel, Joseph Featherston 
Perth, N. R , James Nicol Grieve 
Perth, 8. H., William Pridham 
Peterboro', K. r., John Burnham 
Peterboro', w.r,J. Stevenson 
Prescott, Isidore Proulx 
Prince Fdward, Arch. C. Miller 
Renfrew, y.u.,Hon P.White, iSpeaJfcer 
Renfrew, 8. R., John Ferguson 
Russell, W. C. Edwards 
Simcoe, n. r., Dalton McCarthy 
Siracoe, R. R., VV. II. Bennett 
Simcoe, 8. h., Richd. Tyrwhitt 
Toronto Centre, G. R. R. Cockburn 
Toronto, East, E. Coatsworth, Junr 
Toronto, West, F. C. Denison, cmg, 
Victoria, N r, Saml Hughes 
Victoria, 8. r., Charles Fairbairn 
Waterloo, n. r., I. E. Bowman 
Waterloo, 8. R., James Livingston. 
Welland, Jas A. Lowell 
Wellington, c. R., A. Semple 
Wellington, n. r., James McMullen 
Wellington, s. B., James Innes 
Wentworth,N. k., Thos. Bain 
Wentworth, s. u., F. M. Carpenter 
York, F. R., Wm F. McLean 
York, M. B., Wm. Mulock 
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Marquette, >fathaiiiel Boyd 
Provencher, A . A. C. LaRiviere. 



Selkirk, Jim T. M. Daly 
Winnipeg, Joseph Martin. 



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New Westminster, G. E. Corbould 

Vancouver, Andrew Haslam 



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Thomas .lohnson, M.r.p. 

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

President, . . . Hon Robert Boak, Halifax. 

f/on Daniel ^TcN. Parker, m . i> Dartmouth, 

l.oran E. iiaker, Enq Ya'moutii, 

Olinrles M. Krancheville Esq Guysborough. 

David McCurdj^, Esq Ba'ddeck,C.B. 

Hiram Black, Esq Amherst, 

W. H. Owen, Esq Bridgewater. 

Geo. Whitman, Esq Annapolis, 

M. H. Goudfie, Esq Windsor. 

W. H. Ray, Esq Clementsport. 

A. P. Wefton Kingston. 

Isidore LeBlanc Aricliat. 

John McNeil, Esq Mabou 

George H. Murray, Esq North S3'dney 

Jason M. Mack, Esq Liverpool. 

H. H. Puller, Esq Halifax. 

IL M. Robichau, Esq . Meteghan. 

Robt. Drummond, Esq Stellarton. 

0. N. Cummings, Esq Londonderry 

Daniel McDonald Antigonish. 

W. B. Smith Cape Island . 

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Member. Address. 

. Hon J. W. Longley Halifax. 

, Job. a. Bancroft Round Hill. 

A.NTIGONISII Hon C. F. Mclf<aac Antigonish. 

" Christopher P. Chisholm ^* 

Cafk Breton Win McKay Reserve Mines. 

" John McCormack Sydney Mines. 

Colchester W. D. Dimock Truro. 

" ... .....F.A.Laurence... " 

Cumberland Thos R. Black Amherst. 

" Alex E. Fraser Springhill. 

pioBT A. M. Comeaa Meteghan River. 

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Guysborough D H. McKinnon Guysboro. 

^' John H. Sinclair New Glasgow. 

Halifax Hon W. S. Fielding Halifax. 

" Wm Roche " 

" William A. Black " 

Hants Charles S. Wilcox Windsor. 

" Arthur Drysdale Halifax. 

iNVERNr'iS Alex Campbell Strathlorne. 

" John H. Jamieson Port Hood. 

Kings Brenton H. Dodge Kentville. 

«' Harry H. Wickwire " 

Lunenburg Hon Chas E. Church. . . . c . . . .Halifax. 

" J. D. Sperry Petite Riviere. 

Wm Cameron Merigomish. 

Alex Grant Stellarton. 

C. E. Tanner Pictou. 

A. M. Hemeon Liverpool. 

, Richard Hunt Brookfield. 

Richmond Simon Joyce D'Escouse. 



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" Thos Robertson Barrington. 

Victoria Dr John. L. Betlmne Baddeck. 

" Jolin G. Morrison Englishtown. 

Yarmouth William Law Yarmouth. 

" A. A. Porthier Tusket Wedge. 

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Provincial Secretary and Treasurer, Hon W. S. Fielding, m.p.p. 
Deputy Sec'y, Herbert Crosskill. Marriage License Clerk, Edwin C. 
Fairbanks. Clerk, Fred W. Dunn. Stenographer, Miss Mary Mac- 
Phersou. Provincial Cashier, Wm K. Reynolds. Clerk, John 
McAloney. 

Secretary for Agriculture, Professor George Lawson. Clerk, John 
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Department of Publio Worki and Mines, 

Commissioner, Hon C. E. Church. Deputu Commissioner and 
Inspector of Mines, Edwin Gilpin, jr. Chief Clerk and Accountant, 
W. H. Browne. Clei'ks, W. J. Finlay Goorgo Hall, and W. F. Adams. 

Provincial Engineer, Martin Mui'phy. Assistant, R. McCoU. Clerk* 
W. M. Inglis. 

Crown Lands Department. 

Commissioner of Crown Lands, The Attorney General. Chief Clerk, Jas 
H. Austen. Deputy Surveyors — Annapolis, C. T. Armstrong, 
Bernard Calneck, Edw. Barteaux, jr.; Antigonish, Alex. 
McDonald, Hugh McDonald ; Cape breton, H. R. McKenzie, 
Wm Routledge, Capt. Worgan, Stephen McNeil ; Colchester, D. V7. 
Bycrs, Wm Faulkner, Wm G Ousloy, Edmund Archibald, Saml G. A. 
Morrison, J. M. Lorway; Cumberland, Welwood McNab, jr., A. Pugsley, 
1). J. Taylor, Geo C. Harrison; Dighy, Edwin B. Parker, Anselm M 
Comcau ; Guysboro', W. Hartshorne, C. T. Taylor, D.W. Crockett, 
Chas. W. Pye ; Halifax,W. A. Hendry, H.W.Andrews, M. McI. Logan, 
Angus Cruickshanks, Jas F. Hendry, Jas F. Anderson ; Hants, J. 
McKenzie, John A. McCallum ; Inverness, Arch I). McLcllan, Jas W. 
McKenzie, P. A. Murphy ; Kings, J. Lonrd, Hennigar Neily, Arch 
Foster ; Lunenburg, W. J. W'entaell ; Pictou, Jas. Holmes, F. W. 
McKenzie, Jas S. Fraser, James Roy ; 1). W. McDonald ; Queens, 
Samuel Smith, John H. Harlow, Samuel P. Smith, Josiah Smith ; 
Richmond, John J. Robertson, Kenneth Mcintosh ; (S/ii.j6urnc, James A. 
McKay; Victoria, Joseph S. MteLean ; Yarmouth, P. L. Hatfield. 

Provincial Hospital for Insane. 

Visitors, the Lt.-Govcrnor, the Chiot Justice, the Provincial Secretary, 
the President of the Legislative Council, the Speaker of the House of 
Assembly and the heads or authorized representatives of all christian 
churches in the Province. Commissioner, Hon C. E, Church, Com- 
missioner ot Public Works and Minos. Sec'y to Commissioner, R. T. 
Murray. Medical Superintendent, George L. Sinclair, m.d. Asst. 
Superintemici-:, Wm. U. Hattie Ml). Dursar and Storekeeper, A. S. 
Hunt. Housekeeper, Mrs. R. D. Dickson. Engineer, R. D. 

Dickson. 

Victoria General Hospital. 

Commissioner — Hon C. E. Church, Commissioner of Public Works and 
Mines. Secretary to Commissioner — R. T. Murray. Consulting Physicians 
and Surgeons — W. J. Almon, m.d., Simon Fitch, m.d , Andrew Cowie, 
M D., W. S. Oliver, m.d., Hon Dr. Parker, Dr. Toman, Dr. Wickwire. 
Visiting Physicians and Surgeons — Dr. Thomas R, Almon, Dr. N. E 
McKay, Dr. M. Chisholra, Dr. M. A. Curry, Dr. Thos Trenaman, Dr. 
Don A. Campbell, Dr. E. Farrell, Dr. J. F. Black. Medical Superinten- 
dent, A. P. Reid, m.d.. Apothecary and Accountani, Mr C E. Futtner. 
Housekeeper, Mrs A. Reid. Engineer, James H. Dow. 

Provincial Library. 
Commissioners— Pres., His Honor M. B. Daly, Lieut -Gov., Hon M. 
II. Richey, Hon L. G. Power, Hon J. W. Longley, m.k.o., A. H. 
MacKay, ll.d.. Rev. Principal Forrest, Judge Woatherbe, Wm. Roche, 
Hon. H. H. Fuller. Librarian, F. Blake Crofton. 

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Annavolis. 

A. W. Oorbltt Annapolis. 

(!, {Jrlnitn Springfield. 

,1. \V. James l^awrencetown. 

M, 1 )()i1ko .... Bridgetown. 

\, ,1. OttUcH New Albany. 

Y, (!iiiiinilngt',r ...VVilmot. 

II, M. Irvltio Granville Ferry. 

WmMiilof ..Middleton. 

(jliftfi K, Spurr . . . Round Hill. 

Antigontsh. 

1), MoMIUnn Lochaber. 

(!lnr. N.Hftfringtoii.Antigonish. 
Diiiiiild (li'.lis.. . . Ghn Alpin. 
HIihhH. Strople ...Eaylield. 
Arch Mct'hie Up. South River. 

C«>LCIIK8TER. 

WiiiMcCulIy Truro. 

,|iiii(t I'urvls Talamagoucbe. 

ri'iiiicm I 'ox Upper Stewiacke 

(k.() II. Huti'8 Middle do 

W. A Mt'ijaugblin Economy. 
Tlii'N I). Oowe . . .Port au pique. 
H. (}. A. Morrison. .Acadia Mines. 
.liitt Ai Wiifion . . . .New Annnn. 
iloiiutlmii Morrison FoUv Village. 
lliin.N 1'. Hill ...Great Village. 
Hiimut'l (I.Dickie. .Bass River. 

CUMBKULAND. 

Allfj;il< McDonald. .River Ilebert. 

.1, /,. HIIss Amherst. 

U. H. Seaman Wallace. 

Ilftiii'e Itollis Pugwash. 

I'riHl Yorke. .... ... Parrsboro. 

W. K. Blenkhorn. .Advocate Harbor 

J, VV. (Jove Spring Hill. 

II. H.Hmlth Oxford. 

Cape Brkton. 

U'lii Hinuhrick. . . .Sj'dney Mines. 

.l.iliiiOillis. Sydney. 

|{, U. Miirrison Gaharus. 

M. .1. IMiorati N. Sydney. 

N. l/cviitte Louisburg. 

(1, IC K«e« Cow Bay. 

i'\m. McKay IJttle Glace Bay 

DiGnv. 

('. I). JoiioH Weymouth. 

Mllloii lluincR . Freeport. 

.loliii (!. Morse Sandy Cove. 

OlimluN lllcks . . . . Westpi rt. 
V T. Ihudwlcke. .Boar River. 



St. C. Rupgles . , 
George J.Hoyt. 
W. B. Stewart . , 



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GuYSBoao. 

J. McG. Cnniiingham, Guysboro. 
Sarah J. McKen>:ie ..Canso. 

M. Archibald Glenelg. 

\V. H. Wylde Port Mulgrave. 

Mrs A nnie McDonald Sherbrooke. 

Saml Crpighton Li^comb. 

Allan McMillan Isaac's Harbor. 

Halifax. 

-J. II. Bainstead.. .Halifax. 

.1. Kirker Quoddy. 

.J. S. Brine French Village. 

E. D. McLean Mu.«c[uo'boit liar. 

H. Kaulbach Mid Musquo'boit. 

J.S.Stewart Upper do 

A. VV. Shatford.... Hubbard's Cove. 
Jas E Conrod. ... Sprv Bay. 

J. L Griffin Preston. 

M. McFarlane Sheet Harbor. 

Hants. 

E. vScott Milford. 

A. Roy Maitland. 

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John Mcl'uUoch. 
W. H. Porter... 
Henry Cochran. . 
A. Kirkpatrick. . 

Wm Glen Cheverie. 

VVm Murdoch . . . .Gore. 
Robt Faulkner Burnt Coat 



Windsor. 
.Walton. 
.Hantsport. 
.Newport. 

Shubenacadie. 



Inverness. 



Mrs A. M. Ross . . 
L. McDougall . 
M. T. Blanchard 
Chas A. Eraser. . 
R. J. McDonald. 
Alex McPhie — 
Neil McMillan.. 
.\lex D. McLean 
Alex C. Thompson 
Jno. A. McAulay 
Jas F McDonald 
Joshua Smith. .... 



N. E. Margaree. 
.Whycocomagh, 
,Pt Hawkesbury. 
Lake Ainslie. 
Port Hastings. 
West Bay. 
S. end L. Ainslie. 
.Strathlorne. 
.Port Hood 
.S. side R Dennis. 
.Orangedale 
.Port Hood Island 



Kings 

Geo V. Rand Wolfville. 

H. C. Marsters . . . .Berwick. 
H.V. B. Farnsworth.Aylesford. 
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H. Porter Cold Brook. 

Alex Mclnnes . . . Kentville. 

E. A. Davison .... Oaspereaux. 
Win Sweet Billtown. 

A. C Van Buskirk. Kingnton Station. 

F. W. Curry Horton Landing. 

Lunenburg. 

Rev Geo A. Leek. .L. La Have. 

Mrs Smith Chester. 

L. Knaut Mahone Bay. 

J. M. Rudolf. Lunenburg. 

J. A. Whitford.... Bridge water. 

J. D. Sperry Petite Reviere. 

Robt Barss New Germany. 

O. S Elliott New Ross. 

Jas McKean LaHave Ferry. 

Samuel Risser Rose Bay. 

PiCTOU. 

E. Q. McPhaiI....Pictou. 
Donald Gray. .... .Stellarton. 

Wm Fraser New Glasgow. 

Alex Cameron . . . .Durham 

Wm Munro West River. 

Wm Redmond . . . .River John. 

D. Balfour Westville. 

John M. Dunbar. . .Hopewell. 
Peter J. Grant Springville. 

Queens. 

Spencer Cohoon . . .Port Med way. 

H. H. Mack Mill Village. 

Chas. E. Morton. . .Milton. 

Alex Cowie Liverpool. 

C. E. Cushing . . . .Caledonia. 
Oscar Campbell .... Port Mouton. 
Colin McLeod Brooklyn. 



RiOHMOMI). 

D. 0*C. Madden. . .Arichat. 
R. G- Morrison .... St Peters. 
Norman M'Askill .. Framboise. 
Wm. R. Morrison . .Cleveland. 

Shelburne. 

X. A. Chipman. . . .Lockeport. 
Wm. H. Watson . ..Barrington. 

Jas McGray Cape Island. 

Nehemiah Kinney. .Shag Harbor. 
Chas. A. McGray. .Port La Tour. 
Jas L. Nickerson. .Clark's Harbor. 
John C. Morrison. .Shelburne. 
Enos C. Smith. ..•. .Cape Sable Isl'd. 

Victoria. 

Jno Morrison S. Gutt St. Anns 

R. Elmslev Baddeck 

D. McDonald Cape North. 

Ken. McKenzie .. .Bouhrderie. 

\lex. McLeod Englishtown. 

Lauchlan Beaton. ..Boularderie. 

CoHn Munro •' 

John E. McLeod ..Ingonish. 
•John Matheson. . . . Little Narrows. 
Richard E. Burke.. Cape North. 
Alex. Fraser Big Bras d'Or. 

Yarmouth. 

A. J. Hood Yarmouth. 

A. S. Ler.t Tusket. 

Jer Murphy Pubnico. 

W. S. Porter Port Maitland. 

Jno McLarren Lower Argyle. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Seat of Government— FRED ERICTON. 



Lieut.-Goveitior — ($9,000) — His Honor the Hon John James Fraser, 

K.C.M.O. I 

Prov. Aide-de-Camp, Major Gordon, R. I. S. Capt H Montgomery 
Campbell. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon James Mitchell, Prov. Secretary and Receiver General. Hen 
A. G. Blair, m.p.p., Premier and Attorney General. Hon L. W. Tweedie, 
M.P.P., Surveyor General. Hon H. R. Emmerson, Chief Corner Board of 
Works. Hon Albert T. Dunn, Solicitor General. Hon A. S. White. 



Writiaf Pads of Mt ^aaUtj at KNOWLES' B00K8T0BE. 



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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Pay $300 per session and 10c. per mile travel. 

Speaker. . . .Hon J. P. Burchill. Additional pay $400. 

Albert County . . . .Hon Henry R. Emmerson, William J. Lewis, m.d* | 
Cakleton County. . . J. T. Allen Dibblee. I 

Chablottb Co Hon. James Mitchell, James O'Brien, James Russell, ' 

Geo. P. Hill. 
Gloucester " ....John Sivewright. 

Kent County J. D. Phinney, John B. Gopain. 

Kings " ....Albert S. White, George G. Scovil, G. Hudson 

Flewelling. 

Madawaska Co Levite Theriault. 

North'mbld •' ....Hon Lemuel J. Tweeclie, James Robinson, J. P. 

Burchill. John O'Brien. 
.... Lauchlin P. Ferris, Thomus Hetherington. 
.... Hon. C. H. Labillois, W. Albert Mott. 
William Shaw, Albert Colby Smith, Alfred A. 

Stockton, Silas Alward. 
St. John County. Albert T. Du.in, John McLeod. 
SuNBURY " . . . . W . E. Perley, Charles B Harrison. 
Victoria " ... .George T. Baird. 
Westmoki/d '* ....JohnW. Y. Smith, Amasa E. Killam, Henry A. 

Powell, W. Woodbury Wells. 
York " ....William K. Allen, William T. Howe, Herman H. 

Pitts, James K. Pinder. 

Clerh, IL B. Rainsford. Clerl; Assistant, John Richards. Chaplain, 
Rev R. W. Weddall. Sergeant-at-Arma, John Greives. Enyfossiny 
Clerks, Geo. H. Hughes and L. W. MacNutt. Law Clerk, Hon Wni. 
Pugsley. 



Queens 
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Howlaii. 

Private Secretary,— F. Parker Carvell. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

President — Hon Frederick Peters. 

Bon Angus McMillan, Hon Alexander Laird, 
James R- McLean. ^ " James W. Richards, 

Peter Sinclair. '''^ " George Forbes, 

Donald Farquharson, *' Thomas Kickham. 

Clerk — Arthur Newbery. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 
Speaker — Hon James H. Cumniisky. 

king's county. 

CouncWorg.* Assemblymen.^ 

Alexander Robertson .... Hon James R. McLean. 

Anthony McLauchlin .... Arthur I'eters. 

, .James K. McDonald Cyrus Shaw. 

. .George B. Aitken D. A. McKinnon. 

.. Hon Daiiiel Gordon Archibald J. McDonald. 



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Direct United States Cable Company, limi teil, 

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This Company's Cables aro landud in Halifax Harbor, affording direct and 
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Proprietors and Lessees of all the Telegraph Lir.as in the United States 
and the Maritime Provinces, from Port Hood to San Francisco, and con- 
necting via Atlantic Cable and Northern line with all the Telegraphs in 
the world. Capital, $80,000,000. Head Office, 145 B'dway, New York. 
Prest., T. T. Eckcrtt. V. Presdts, Geo J. Gould, Hobt C. Clowry, I. 
Vanilorne. Soc'y, A. U. Brewer. Treas., R. H. Rochester. Auditor, 
J. B. VanKvory. Supd'. Eastern Division, C. A. Tinker. 

The Nova Scotia lines connect with those of New Brunswick at Sackvillei 
and those of Newfoundland at North Sydney, C B. 

Nova Scotia District. — Superintendent, 0. C. Dawson, St. John. Mana- 
ger, C- W. McKee. Accoimtnnt, A. E. Hoyt. Clerks, G. L. Adamore, 
Wm. Morrison, George McGinn. Chief Operator, VV. S. Morr^sey, Miss 
Annie S. Chiaholm, Miss K. McDonald, E. Abbott, 
Wilson, J. Johnston, C. Smith, J. McGillvery, P. 
Meagher, W. Smith, R. Newcombe. 



P. L. Purceil, RI. 
McGillvery, E. P. 



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Bear River, 

Canning, 

Can so, 

Chester, 

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Guysboro', 

Glace Bay, 

Halifax, 

Hantsport, 

Iron Mines, 

Isaac's Harbor, 

Jcddore, 

Kcntville, 

Lawrencetown, 

Liverpool, 

Lockeport, 

Londonderry 

Lunenburg, 

Mahone Bay, 

Maitland, 

Margaret's Bay, 

Maccan, 

Melrose. 

Mt. Uniacke, 



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Mabou, 

Musquodoboit 

North Sydney, 

N. Glasgow, 

Parrsboro, 

Pictou, 

Pictou Landing, 

Port Hastings, 



Spring Hill Mine 

St. Peter's, 

Stellarton, 

Stewiacke, 

Sydney, 

Sydney Mines, 

Tatamagouche, 

Tangier, 

Truro, 



Port Hawke8bury,Tor Bay, 
Port Hood, Victoria Mines, 



Pt. Mulgrave, 
Port Med way, 
Pugwash, 
Riclimond, 
River .John, 
Sackville, N. B. 
Shelburne, 
Shubenacadie, 
Sherbrook, 
Ship Harbor, 



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Westville, 

Wliitehoad, 

Windsor, 

WindsorJunction, 

Wolfville, 

Yarmouth, 



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queen's county. 

First District. . . . Hon Peter Sinclair A. B. Warburton. 

Sfcond District. .Hon Donald Farqulmrson. .Joseph Wise. 

Third District . .James H.Coinmisky Hon Frederick Peters. 

. . Hon George Forbes .... Hector C. McDonald, 

> Benjamin Rogers Lemuel E. Prowse. 

PRINCK COUNTY. 



fourth District 
Charlottetmm, 
Common and 
lioijdlty .... 



First District . . Benjamin Rofjers Jeremiah Blanchard. 

Smml District. Alfred McWilliams Hon James W. Richards. 

Third District .John A. McDonald Joseph O. Arsenault. 

Fourth District . .Hon Alexander Liiird . . . .John H. Bell. 
Fifth District. . . .Hon Angus McMillan . . . .George Godkin. 
* Elected by property holders, f Elected by franchise vote. 



Chief Clerk Asst. Clerk— F. W. Hughes; 

at-Arms — Lem. Hooper. Typewriter — Miss Clara Cuddy. 



Auditor— B. Baiderston. 



Serfjennt- 
Pruvincial 



PUBLIC OFFICERS. 



Provincial Secretary and Treasurer, and Com of Public Lands— Han 
Angus McMillan ; Attorney General — flon Fredk Peters ; Commissioner of 
Croum and Public Lands — i/on Angus McMillan; Registrar of Deeds — Wm 
C. Whito; Commissioner of Public Works —Hon James R. McT.,ean; Secretary 
of Public Works— i. W. Morrison, Esq; Engineer—)^. C. McMillan; Queens' 
Printer —John Coomba, Esq; Supt oj Education— D. J. McLeod ; SecVy 
Board of Education — Rev D. McNeill ; Prothonotary and Clerk of the Crown 
— R. T. Weeks ; Judge of Probate — Richard Reddin ; Legislative 
Librarian— W . H. Crosskill^ ; Asst Prov Sec and Treas — Arthur Newberry; 
Asst Com of Crown and Public Land — Jos A. McDonald Asst Registrar of 
^ett/s— Michael Laverty. 



PROVINCE _0F^ QUEBEC. 

Seat of Government— QUEBEC CITY. 



Lieut. Cowernoj'— ($10,000)— His Honor the Hon J. A. Chapleau. 
Aide-de-Camp, Capt H. C. Sheppard. 
Private Secretary, Alex Clement. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Eon L. 0. Taillon, {Premier), President of the Executive Council. 

' Louis Beaubien, Commissioner of Agricidture and Colonization. 

" Edmund James Flynn, Commissioner of Crown Lands. 

" Thomas Chase Casgrain, Attorney General. 

" Guillaums Alphonse Nantel, Commissioner of Public Works. 

" John Smythe Hall, junior, Treasurer. 

'■ Louis Philippe Pelletier, Secretary and Registrar of the Province. 

" Thos. Chapais, Member of Cabinet. 

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Speaker Hon P. Boucher de la Bruere. 

Hon James Kew Ward Victoria, 

" Wilfred Prevost Rigaud, 

" Louis Sylveslre De Lanaudiere, 

" Henry Starnes De Salaberry, 

" F.E.Gilraan Wellington, 

" P. Boucher de La Bruere Rougemont, 



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Carter's Cape Ann Oiled CIothoH. 

Mt. Vernon Duck Co's Ship and Light Duck. 

Cape Ann Anchor Works' Fishing Anchors. 

Canadian Rubber Company's Belting, Hose, Packing and all Mann 

factures of llubber Goods. 

Peacock & Buchan's Patent House and Ship Paints. 

City Iron Foundry and Machine Works. 

Mecljanical Engineers & Macl]inists. 

Dealers in all kinds of ENGINEERING SUPPLIES. 
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" Thomafl Wood Bedford, 

" J. O. Laviolette DeLoriinier, 

" John Sharploa Stadacona, 

" DavidA. Ro89 Golfo. 

•' Pierre (iarneau .Do la Durantave, 

" Thomas Chapais The Ltuirentides, 

" V. X M. Larue La Salle. 

" J.J. KoBS Shawine^aii, 

*' F. X. O. Methot De La Valliere, 

•' Horace Archambeault Reneutigny, 

" David Marcil Milles-Isles, 

" George Bryson Inkerinan, 

" Hon Chs. Boucher de Boucherville Montarville , 

" Louis Tourville Alma 

'• Ohas N. Cormier Kenebec. 

" Nicodeme .\.udet Lauzon. 

" Tlios. Philippe Pelletier Grundville. 

Clerk, L. H. Frechette. Gentleman Usher of the Slack Rod, S. S. Hatt. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 



Speaker. . . . flwi 

Argenteuil Wm John Simpson. 

Arthabaska . . . .Joseph K. Giruuard 

Bagot Milton McDonald 

Beauce Joseph Poirier 

Beauharnois. . . .Elie Hercule Bisson 
Bellechasse .... Adelard Turgcou 

B«rthier Victor AUard 

j Bonaventure . . .Hon Houore Mercier 

' Bronie Uufus N. England 

I Chambly Hon L. O. 'I aillou 

I Champlain Dr Pierre Gi enter 

i Charlevoix Joseph Morin 

I Chateauguay . . .William Gieig 
ChicoutimiandJH p^jjj 

Saguenay ) 

Compton M. McClary 

Deux MontagnesBenj Beauchamp 

Dorchester Hon L. P. Pelletier 

Drunnnond. . . .Peter Joseph Cooke 

Gaspe Hon E.J. Flynn 

Hochelaga Jos O. Viileneuve 

1 Huntingdon. . . .Geo W. Stevens 

' Iberville Francois Gosselln 

Jacques Cartier. Jos A. Descarrles 

Joilette Jos M. Tellier 

Kauiouraska .. .Chas A Desjardins 
Lac St Jean. . . .Joseph Girard 

Laprairie Cyrillu Doyon 

L' Assumption . .Joseph Marion 

Laval Hon P. E. Le Blanc 

Levis Ignace Angus BaKer 

L'Islet FG. Miville DecUene 

Lotbiniere Ed H. Laliberte 

Maskinonge. . . .Hector Caron 

Matane L. F. Pinault 

Mef^antic James King 

Missisquoi Elijah K. Spencer 



P. E. LeBlanc. 

Montcalm Octave Magnan 

Montmagny. . .N. Bernatclie/. 
Montmorency .Hon T.C. Casgrain. 
Montreal, No 1. Francois Martineau 
Montreal, No 2.01ivier M. Auge 
Montreal, No S.Damase Parizeau 
Montreal, No 4.Alex Webb Morris 
Montreal, No 5. John S. Hall 
Montreal, No 6. Patrick Kennedy 
Napierville. . . .Louis Ste Marie 

Nicolet Hon L. Beaubien 

Ottawa Neree Tetreau 

Pontiac David Gillies 

Portneuf Jules Tesaier 

Quebec, C . . . .Victor Chateauvert 
Quebec, Co. . . .Chas Fitzpatrick 
Quebec, E . . . . Hon J. Sliehyn 
Quebec, Ou. , . .Felix Carbraj' 

Richelieu Louis l.acouture 

Richmond Joseph Bedard 

Rimouoki Auguste Tesaier 

Rouvllle Alfred Girard 

StHyacinthe. .Dr A. P. Cartier 

St Jean Hon F. G. Marchand 

St Maurice. . . L. T. N. L. Duplessis 
St Sauveur. ... S. Nap Parent 

Sheftbrd Adol Franc Savaria 

Sherbrooke.. . .L. E. Panneton 

Soulanges AvilaBourbonnais 

Stanstead M. F. Hackett 

Temiscouata. . .Napoleon Rioux 
Terrebonne . . .Hon G. Alph Nantel 
Trois Rivieres. T. E Noimand 
Vaudreuil .... Hilaire Cholette 

Vercheres A. .\. E. E. Luasier 

Wolfe Jeromo A. Chicoyne 

Yamaska Victor Gladu 



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STRINGS, and all small MUSICAL CIOOUS a Specialty. 

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Personal attention given to the sales of BUTTER, EGGS, HOGS, 
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EXECUTIVK COUNCIL. 

Hon Sir O. M«>wat,K.C.M.G ^Premier ami Attorney 6'«»er«/— ($7,000). 
" K. llarcnuri, Pnmncml Trm$uver—($i,m)). 

\y. Ilartz, CtrnmiMtmer of PulUic VK<«l-«— ($4,000). 

A. S. Hardy, 0>mmmi(mer of Cnrten Lands — ($4,000 ) 

(J. W. UtmH, Minister of AV/m<'«//<)«— ($4,000.) 
" ,1. Drydeii, Minitttr (fA(jricuUure—(%\,W){)). 
" J. M. Gibson, Prtmincial Secretary and Iic-(/i.<if.rar—{$i,()W). 
" E. II. Bronson, witiiout Portfolio. 

Clerk, J. U .'Jrtrlwri;j;l»t. 

LECHSLATIVK ASSKMHLY. 
Speaker, fhn Thomm Hallantyno. 



Adilington James Hi'id, 

AlKomaE.... Chariea K. Furwell, 

Algoina w James M. Savage, 

llrant, n. R Wm. M. Wood, 

Brant, 8. R. . . . . //«>" A. S. Hardy, 

BrociiviUe Geo Augii.»tuH Dana, 

D'lUce, N . R Daniel >IcNaughton, 

Bruce, s.R Reuben E. Truax. 

Bruce, c.K . .John M. McDonald, 

Curdwell Edward A. Little, 

Carlcton Geor«e Nelson Kidd, 

Uullerin William Dynes, 

Dundas James. P. Whitney, 

Durham, k.k. . .William K. Fallis, 
Durham, w.k.. . William Henry Reid, 

Klgin, E.R Charles A. Bower, 

Elgin, \v. R. .. .Donald UlcNish, 
Essex, N.R.,. . . .William J. McKec, 

Exsex, 8. R William D. Balfour, 

Frontenac Joseph L. Haycock, 

Glt'iigany .... DM. McPhtrson, 

Grtinville, Orlando Bush. 

Urey, n.r James Cleland, 

Grey, c. R., Thomas Gamey, 

Grey, vS. R., ... David McNichol, 

Haldimand John Senn, 

Halton Wm Kerns, 

Hainilton,We8t. //on J. M. Gibson, 
Hamilton, East. James T. Middleton, 
Hasthigs, w R. .William H. Biggar, 
Hastings, K.R. .Alexander McLaren, 
Hastings, n. r. .James 1? ggerty, 
Huron, k.k... .Thoma-< Gibson, 
Huron, s.R. . . .Murdo Y. McLean, 

Huron, w. R lames T. Garrow, 

Kent, K. R., . . . . Robt Ferguson 
Kent, w. R., . . .Thomas L. Pardo, 

Kingston tldward H. Smythe, 

Lamoton, E.R... Peter D. McCaJlum, 



Lainbion, \v. ii. Alfred T. Gurd, 

Lanurk, n.u . . Richard F. Preston, 

Lanark, 8. u Arthur J. Matheson, 

Leeds, Waller Beattv, 

I-ennox W. W. Meacham, 

Lincoln James Hiscott, 

London 

Middlesex, e.r. .William Shore, 

Middlesex, n.r. . Wm Henrv Taylor, 

Middlesex, w.R.//wn(J. W*. Ro.-s, 

Monck ffun R. Harcourt, 

Muskoka Geo Edw Langford, 

NipiHsing lohn Loughrin, 

Norfolk, 8.R Wm A Charlton, 

Norfolk, N.R E. C. Carpenter 

Northumberland, j William A. 

K. R J Willoughby, 

Northumberland, I n n i?- 1 1 
yy ^ ' I C. C. Field, 

Ontario, n.r Thos W. Chappie, 

Ontario, s r //on John Dryden, 

Ottawa j ^fTri Vvk'"'^'*""' 

I beorge O Keete, 

Oxford, N. R. . . . Hon mVO.Mowatt, 

Oxford, s.R Angus McKay, 

Parry Sound . . . .William R.Beatty, 

Peel John Smith, 

Perth, N.R Thomas Magwood, 

Perth, s.R John McNeil, 

Peterboro', e.r. .Thos Blezard, 

Peterboro', \v. R.James R. Stratton, 

Prescott Alfred Evanturel, 

Prince Edward. .John Caven, 

Renfrew, s.R. . . .Robt A. Campbell, 

Renfrew, n.r. . . . Henry Barr, 

Russell Alex Robillard, 

Simcoe, e r A. MisLampbell, 

Simcoe, w.R. . . .Archibald Curry, 

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Stormont John Bennett, 

Toronto, West. .Thomas Crawford, 
Toronto, East . .George S. Rverson, 
Toronto, North. George F. Marti r, 
Toronto, South. Oliver A. Howland, 
Victoria, e.r. . , .John H. Carnegie, 
Victoria, w. R. . .John Mckay. 
Waterloo, n.r.. .A. B. Robertson. 
Waterloo, s. r. . .John I). Moore, 

Clerk, Charles Clarke. Law Cler 
F. J. Glackmever. 



Welland. Wm M. German, 

Wellington, s. R.John Mutrie, 
Wellington, K.R. .John Craig, 
Wellington, W.R.George Tucker, 
Wentworth, N.R. .John Ira Flatt, 
Wentworth S.R..N. Awrey, 

York, E.R John Richardson, 

York, w.R Joseph W.St.Jolin, 

York,N.R ... .Elihu J. Davis. 

k, A. M. Dymond. Sergt-at-Arrns, 



PROVINCE jOIF_IVIANITOBA. 

"* Seat op Government— WIXNIPEG. 

Lieutenant Governor, — ffoii John C Schultz. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

fl"o» Thos Green way, ('/'/•emter^ Pres. of Council, Min. of Agriculture, 

" CWSoYiX^i'lioii, Atty.-Gen., Lnnd Com. [Railway Com. 

" Robert Watson, .^miafer o/"P«Wic Works. 

" Daniel H. McMillan, Prooincial Treasurer. ^ 

'* John D. Cameron, Provincial Secretary, Minister of Education. 

" Jno. A. MacDonell, Chief Clerk Public Works Department, 
D. Philip, Chief Clerk Provincial Secretary's Office and Queen's Printe . 
H. A. Maclean, Chief Clei'k Atty-Gen's. Department. 
Wm. John Ptolemy, Chief Clerk Treasury Department. 
C. Graburn, Clerk of Executive Council. 
Geo. Black, Provincial Auditor, 

Hugh McKellar, Chief Clerk Dept. Agriculture and Immigration. 
Dr. E. A. Blakely, Chief Clerk Dept. of Education 
J. P. Robertson, Librarian. J. .Macdougall, Serg. at Arms, 



Avondale 

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Carillon 

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Delvraine 

Dennis 

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Chas J. Mickle 
,M. Adams, 
. M. Jerome, 
.Alfred Doiir, 
.Theo A. Burrows, 
Thomas H.Kellett 
.W. A. Frame, 
.Thomas Duncan, 
D. H. McKadden, 
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John G. Rutherford 
.E. Diclison, 
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..R.GO'MalIey, 
.Robert Ironside, 
.Robert M. Myers, 
. .Thomas Duncan, 
.A. F. Martin, 



Mountain Hmi T. Greenway, 

Norfolk Robert F. Lyons, 

North Brandon . . Peter C. Mclntyre 
Portage la Prairie. //o« Robt. Watson, 

Rockwood S. J. Jackson, 

Rosenfeldt E. Winkler, 

Rhineland Valentine Winkler 

Russell James Fishor, 

St. Andrews . . .F. W. Colcleugh, 
St. Boniface. ••• .J. E. P. Prender- 

[gast, 

Souris A. M. Can, )^cll, 

South Brandon.. 11. C. Graham, 

Springfield T. II. Smith, 

Turtle Mountain. John Ilettle, 

Woodlands Hugh Armstrong, 

Westbourne Thos L. Mortoi, 

Winnipeg Centre .7/onD.H. McMillan 
Winiiigeg North .Peter C. Mclnt\re, 
Winnipeg South .Hon J. D. Cameron. 



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NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES. 

.'V Seat of Govkp.nment— REGINA. 

Lieut.-Governor — PTis Honor tlie fJonC. H. Mackintosh. (t7,000). 

Executive Committee oj the rtir/t'tor/es. - Frederick William Gordon HauU 
tain, Jno. Ryerson Neft, 'I'hos. Tweed, Iliikard Mitchell. 

Clerk of Legislative Asseinbly ntul Secretary.— II B. Gordon . 

Indian Department. — Commissioner : Hayler Reed. Asst. Indian Com- 
missioner—A. E Forget. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Speaker — Hon J. H. Ross. . 

Moosomin J R. Xeif, Moosomin, Assa. 

Wallace F. R. Insinger, Yorkton, Assa. 

Whitewood Joseph Clementson, Broadview. Assa. 

Souris Geo Hy Knowling, Alameda, Assa. 

Wolseley James Peers Dill, Wolseiey, Assa. 

du'Appelle, (South) Geo Suize Davidson, Qu'Appelle Station. 

'• (North) Wm Sutherland, Fort Qu'Appelle. 

Regina, (North) D F Jelly, Regina, Assa. 

" (Sotttk) Dani*^! Mowat, Regina, Assa. 

Afoose Jaw James Hamilton Ross, Moose Jaw, Assa. 

Cannington Samuel Spencer Page, Cannington, Assa. 

Medicine Hat Thomas Tweed, Medicine Hat, Assa. 

Lethbridge Charles Alexander Magrath, Lethbridge. 

Macleod F. VV. G. Haultain, Macleod, Alberta. 

Calqary • John Lineham. H StQ Caylev, Calgary, Alb. 

Banff. Robert George Brett, Banff, Alt. 

Red Deer Francis Edward Wilkins, Red Deer. Alb. 

Edvumton Frank Oliver, Edmonton, Alb. 

St. Albert Antonio Prince, Edmonton, Alb. 

Batlleford .... James Clinkskill, Battleford, Sask . 

Mitchell Hillyard Mitchell, Stobart, Sask. 

Batoche ('harles Eugene Boucher, Batoche, Sask. 

Kinistino William Frederick Meyers, Kinistino, Sask. 

Prince Albei't Thomas McKay, Prince Albert, Sask. 

Cumberland John Felton Betts, Prince Albert, Sask. 



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Entered Confederation 20</i July, 1871. -v 



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Lieut. -Gov. — ($9,000) — His Honor Edgau Dewdney. > 

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Him Theo. Davie, (Premier.), Attorney General. 
" John H. Turner, Minister of Finance and Agriculture. 

Hon. Chief CommW of Lands and Works. 

" Charles E. Pooley, President of the Council. 

" James Baker, Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines. 

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Cariboo Samuel A. Rogers, William Adams. 

Cassiar Capt. John Irving. 

Chilliwhack Thos E. KiUhen. \' - v 

Comox District Joseph Hunter. 

Cowichan, Alberin Disti//on Theodore Davie, Major Mutter. 

Delta Thomas R. Foster. 

Dewaney U. H. Sword. 

Esquimault Dietrict floiiC. E. Pooley, David W. Higgins. 

Kootenay, Easi Col James Baker. 

Kootenay, West James M. Kellie, North Riding; J. F. Hiiine 

South Riding. . ' 

Lillooet., West Alfred W. Smith. 

" East J. D. Prentice. v - ' 

Nanaimo Citv James McGregor. 

" South Dr. W. Walkem. : 

" North John Bryden. 

New Westminster City.. James B. Kennedy. 

Richmond Thomas Kidd. [Jno Biaden. 

Victoria City Hon J. H. Turner, H. D. IlelTncken, R. P. Rjthet 

" North J. P. Booth, ' 

" South D. M. Eberts, Q c. [son. 

Vancouver City Franci'^ L. Carter Cotton, A. Williams, — McPiier- 

Yale, East Donald Graham. 

" North Geo B. Martin. 

" West Chas A. Semlin. 

Clerk, Thornton Fell. 

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.IM'. AiljOen., Col. DikIov North. Half I'liy (^hlo' Staff Officer. 
Dcp. Ai^st. AdjH.-Gen.—lA"Qo\. T, V. 8hamioi,, A. S. Corps; Maj. F. 
WaUlron, R. A. 

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Cotniiianding Royal En(jineer>i, Ool. li I*. Luaoh, v,c,, c.B. 

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Chaplain, Rev. W. H. Bullock, m. A. 

Scnr. Ord. Store Officer, A. C. (1. of ()„ Major II. 0. FInchaui. 

Staff Paymaster, Lt.-Col. D. Crelgh, District rtiymastcr. 

Ronal Artillery.— Commanding Jl. A. llalifnx Z»w(.- Lt.-Col. A. W. 
Aiistruthcr ; Adj to C. R. A., B. K. A., Caj-t. ii. H. IJuffua. Adj. w 0. C.R.A., 
II fu, Dii<t., Lieut. H. M. Elliott. HV^^;H Dio., Major J. O. Hodgson. 
Captain. 8. Liisiington. Liexitenants.U. K, MavHh, A. M. Cayley, H. M. Innes, 
F. \V. Mackenzie, W. E. Casten. 0. A, BannUcrs, tl. C. T Dwyer. District 
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Royal Engineers. — Executive GJleer, 



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Winn. Litdtenants, G. P. Scholfiold, O. E. Smith, C. 1). 0. TlKhe. 

Armv SKRvrcB Corps.- Captain, R. W, 8. Moiitolth. Lieut., C. E. Smith. 

Mroical Staff — Dep. Surgeon-General, W. H. Oliver, M. d. Surgeon 
Majm-n, F. Dorni;in. Surgeon Captains, J. H, lUvrcfo^it, J. D. Moir. 

Okunasck Stork Dhpartmrnt.— />. A, C, (J, oj' Ordnance, Captain M. R. P. 
.\udiiin. Ins}), of W'arlike Stores, Major C, H. Alexander, R. A. 

Army Pay Dbpartmknt.— Crtj*^(/(iH, F. W. Trotnian, R. A. Longo. 

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Comnmndinsj. Majors, G. R. Stone, L, S. Mnllor, A. 0. 0. Banning. Captains, 
E. 11. Moly.ieux-Seel, H. J. W. Guise, G. Canipljcll, II. W. Johnson, R. I. Hartley, 
J. M. LonuHcld. Lieutenants, VV 8. nanuatyiio, K. (J. Omnianey, K. L. Tupman, 
W. R. Rawlinson, F. F. Kni«;ht. F. Hvslop, !,. M. .lones, 0. L. Parmiter, V. T. 
Bailey, F. J. Austin, G. H. Bush, P. I. Lantfdon, (1. M. P. Hawthorn, F. R. 
Ewart. Adjutant, Lieut. C. J. SteavcnHOii. (^'itiirtvnnasler,T. II. Pollitt, (Hon. 
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Wilson; Lieuts, Wm. H. F. Montanaro, Cyril E. Tower, John L. F. 
Luttrell, Geo H. Baird. Staff Surg, R. E. BidUulph. Paym, John K, 
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Cleopatra, 12, Screw Cruiser. 2-380 tons. 2000 H. P. Capt. Hon 
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Moon 


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BELCHER'S ALMANACK 

FOI R 18 Q5. 

Calculateil for Halifax, Lat. 44° 39' 20" N., and Long. 63° 36' 40" W 
from Greenwich, — and for ordinary purposes will serve, with 
sufficient accuracy, for all parts of the Province, in- 
cluding the Island of Cape Breton. 

Calculated, reduced and compiled by B. A. Stahbrs, St. John, N.B. 

SIGNS OF THE PLANETS, ETC. 



©The Sun, 
5 or © The Earth, 
9 Now Moon, 
]) First Quarter, 
O Full Moon, 
dl Last Quarter, 



5 Mercury, 

9 Venus, 

% Mars, 

5/ Jupiter, 

Ij Saturn, 

^ llerschel or Uranus. 



Spring 
signs. 

Summer 
signs. 



SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC. 

1 'Y' Aries, head, 

2 \i Taurus, neck, 

3 n Gemini, arms, 

4 25 Cancer, breast, 

5 SI Leo, heart, 
^ 6 tijj Virgo, bowels, 

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR THE YEAR. 



Autumn { ^ — ^^^^^' '^®'°^' 
Autumn \ g ^ Scorpio, secrets, 

( 9 / Sagittarius, thi. 
f 10 T^ Capricornus, kn. 
^ 1 1 CJ5 Aquarius, legs, 
( 12 X Pisces, feet. 



signs. 

Winter 
signs. 



Dominical Letter F 

Roman Indiction 8 

Julian Period 6608 



Golden Number 15 

Epact -i 

Solar Cycle 28 

FIXED AND MOVABLE FESTIVALS, ANNIVERSARIES, &c. 

Ascension Day — Holy Thurs.May 23 
Birth of Queen Victoria .... 24 



Epiphany Jany. 6 

Septuagesima Sunday Feb. 10 

Quinquagesima— Shrove Sun 

Ash Wednesday 

St. David Mar. 

Quadragesima— 1st Sunday 

in Lent 

St. Patrick 

Annunciation— Lady Day. . . 

Palm Sunday Apl. 

Good Friday 

Eastek Sunday . '. 

Low Sunday 

St. George 

Rogation Sunday Rlay 19 



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27 

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3 

17 
25 
7 
12 
14 
21 
23 



Pentecost — Whit Sunday .. .June 2 

Trinity Sunday 9 

Corpus Christ] 13 

Accession of Queen Victoria . . 20 

Proclamation " , 21 

St. John Baptist—Midsummer 

Day 24 

St. Michael— Michaelmas Day Sept. 29 
Birth of Prince of Wales . . . Nov. 9 

St. Andrew 30 

First Sunday in Advent Dec. 1 

St. Thomas 21 

Christmas Day 25 

The year 5656 of the Jewish Era begins on September 19th, 1895. . 

Ramadan (month of abstinence observed by the Turks) commences 
Feb. 26, 1895. 
The year 1313 of the Mohammedan Era begins on June 24, 1895. 

These and other Feasts, Anniversaries, &c., will be found in the 
columns of th'^ Calendar. 



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To find the Ien(;th of the day — subtract the time of sunrise from 
12 hourn, and to the difference add the time of sunset. To find ihe 
lell^,'th of the nijjht— Huhtract tlie linio of sunact from 12 hours, and 
to the diffurunco add the time of sunrise next moruini;. 

THE SEASONS. 
Tlic Sun enters 7* (Spring begins) March 20th, 5h. A. 
" " 95 (Summer bctjins) June 2l8t, Ih. A. 

" " :£^ (Autumn l)o;;ina) Sept. 2;ird, 3h. M. 

" " yS (Winter bcjjinn) D«c. 2l8t, lOh. A. 

ECLIPSES, ETC. 

In the year 1895 there will be throe Eclipses of the Sun and two of the 
Moon. 
A total Eclipse of the Moon, Mardi 10-11, visible at Halifax. 

First contact with the Penumbra. .March 10th, 8h. 44m. A. 

Middle of the Eclipse " loth, llh. 25m. A. 

Last contact with the Penuml»ra.. " lltlj, 2h. 6m. M. 

A partial Eclipse of the Sun, March 26th, visible at Halifax at 
sunrise. 

Bcuins on the Earth cencrallv, March 26, 4h. 24m. M., in Long. 
39*5 35/ W. of Greenwich, and tat. 31° 17' N. 

Grerttcst Eclipse, March 26, 5h. 5Gm. M., in i^ong. 64° 58' W. of 
Greenwich, and Lat. 61" 10' N. 

Ends on the Earth generally, March 26, 7h. 26m. M., in Long. 
Ifiio 38' E. of Greenwich, and Liititudo 87° 34' N. 

A partial Eclipse of ilie Sun, Aug. 20tli, invisible at Halifax. 

lle^iins on the earth getierallv, Aug. 20th. 7h. 52ui. M., in Longitude 
176° 28' E. of Greenwich, and Latitude 77° 36' N. 

Greatest Eclipse, Aug. 20ih, 8h. 55m. M., in Long. 97° 54' E. of 
Greenwich, and Lat. 62° 2'N. 

Enii.Hon the Earth genernlly, Aus:. 2«th, lOh. lin, M., in Longitude 
67° 17' E of Greenwich, and' Latitude 38° 57' N, 

A total Eclipse of the Moon, Sept. 3-4, visible at Halifax. 
First contact with the Pcnuinbri. . Sept. 3rd, luh. 36m. A. 

Middle of the Eclipse " 4th, lb. 43m. M. 

Last contact with the Penumbra ... " 4tb. 4h. 50m. M. 

A partial Eclipse of the Sun Sept 18th, invirfible at Halifax. 

Begins on the Earth generally, Sept. 18th, 2h. 44m. A., in Long. 
164" 17' E. of Greonwieb, and Lat. 19° 40' S. 

Gieatcst Eclipse, Sept. 18. 4b. 30m. A., in Longitude 140° 34' E. of 
Greenwich, and Latitude 61° 13' S. 

End.s on the Earth generally, Sept. 18, 6h. 1 5m. A., in Longitude 
76° 19' W. of Greenwich, and Latitude 77° 20' S. • , . 

MORNING AND EVENING STARS. 

Venus is an evening star until September 15th, then a morning star 
for the remainder of the year. ' 

Mars is an tvening star for until October 2nd, and a morning star 
the remainder of the year. 

Jupiter is an evening star until July lUh, then a morning star for 
the remainder of the year. 

Saturn is a morning star until April 23rd, when he is in opposition 
to the Sun aRd an evening star until October 29th, then a morning 
star for the rem.iinder of the year. 



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EXPLANATORY. 

Annular Eclipse — An Eclipse of the Sun in which its whole disk is 
covered by the Moon, except a bright outer ring. 

Aphelion — that part of a planet's orbit farthest from the Sun. 

Perihelion — that part of a planet's orbit nearest the Snn. 

Elongation — angular distance of a planet from the Sun, as seen from 
the Earth. 

Penumbra — a partial shadow resulting from the diminished light of 
the sun to the earth or moon, during a solar or lunar eclipse, appearing 
as partial. 

declination — the distance of a heavenly body from the equinoctial line 

Ecliptic — tiic plans o*" the earth's orbit nearest the sun. 

^ Apogee— o;reatest distance from the earth- 
ed Perigee — least distance frorii'the earth. 
D Quadrature. <? Opposition. (^ JConjunct'on. 
^ Ascending node. ^ Descending node. 

The letters M. A., m. a., denote morning and ajlernoon; h. m. s.> 
hours, minutes and seconds. 

N. north, E. east, ° Degrees, 

S. south, W. west, ' Minutes of Arc. 

" Seconds of Arc. 

The Astronomical day is reckoned from Noon to Noon through the 
24 hours. Thus July 21, 9h. is 9h. A. of July 2l8t, and July 21st, 
15h. is 3h. M. of July 22. 

The Sun's Declination and Equation of Time are given for Noon 
at Halifax, Apparent Time, t.e. when the True Sun is on the meridian. 

The Moon's Southing is given in Astronomical Time for ihe Meri- 
dian Passage at Halifax ; and her declination when on that moridian. 

Both the rising and setting of the Moon are given for every day in 
the year. 

THE TIDES. 

The Tides in the Calendar given for the Ports mentioned, are the 
tides that occur during the day. In the. Tide Table (page 57; will be 
found constants for finding the time of High Water at each of the 
places mentioned in the Table. 

The Times of High Wa.,ar given in the Calendar have been 
corrected for the varying distance of the Moon from the Earth, and 
also for her angular distance from the Sun. They can now be 
depended on as accurate to at least the same degree as the Admiralty 
Tide Tables. 

It will som' times be found that when a constant is added to the tira«) 
of Hifih Water at Halifax, the sum exceeds 12 hours; in this case 
subtract 12 hours from the sum, and the remainder will be the time 
of High Water at therequired port on the following afternoon or morn- 
ing, according as the Tide at Halifax was a morning or afternoon Tide. 

EXAMPLE. 

High Water at Halifax, Jan. 16th llh. 39m. M. 

3h. 22m. 



Boston Light, U. S., add 



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It will sometimes ho found that n conHtant to be subtracteil ia {jreater 
than the Time of HIrIj Water nt Halifnx; in this cnse add 12 hours 
to the time at Halifax, subtrflct the constant, nrid the remaioder will 
be the time of High Water at the required Port for the previous 
Morning or Afternoon, according as the tide at Halifax was an 
Afternoon or Morning Tide. 

EXAMPLH. 

High Water at Halifax, Jan. 17th, Oh. 22ni. A. 

Add 12h. 00m= 



12h. 22m. 
Cape Sable IsI'd, 8. side, Subtract Ih. 19m. 



High Water at Cape S. Isld., Jan. 17, Uh. 0.3m. M. 

Ill this Almanac all tho times except for Moon's 
Soutliing are Mean Time at Halifax, i. e., Ci\il 
Time. The Moon's Southing is p;iven for Astro- 
nomical Time at Halifax. 

Standard Time is 15 minutes earlier than Hali- 
fax Mean Time, and tlie Railway Time one hour 
later than Halifax Standard Time. 



WHY WE HAVE LEAP-YEARS. 



It arises from the fact that tho year does not consist of an exact 
number of days. The length of tho day and that of the year are the 
measure* of the motions of the enrth. The fjlobe we live on moves in 
two ways. It turns itself round like a ipintiiiig top, and at the same 
time it goes steadily forwar« like a bullet shot from a gun. . It turns 
itself once completely round in twenty-four hours as shown by the 
clock ; this amounts to tho time we call a dav. Its forwaru or onward 
motion carries it round the sun in a path that is nearly a circle : the 
lime it takes to go completely around wo call a year. The first motion 
gives us day and night following each other in turn ( the word " day " 
here having now a different meaning, namely, not twontj'-four hours, 
but the time of daylight.) Tho second motion >;ivci us days (that is, 
perioils of daylight) growing gradually longer and thou gradually short- 
er, one end of the earih turning inoro towards the sun for half tho time 
and the other ond for the othor half; and this l»rin<;.M us summer and 
winter and the other seasons. Now tho length of tho year in found to 
be uearly 365i times tho length of tho day of 24 hours ; that is, the 
year is 365 days long and nearly hour.s more. It is thene 6 hours that 
give us our leap years, and it in the " nearly " that wo find tho reason 
lor 1900 not being one of their number. 



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TIDE TABLE. 

The time of High "Water at the undermentioned places will be found by 
Adding to or subtracting from the time of High Water at Halifax — as follows : 

H. M. 

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Arichat Harbour, 
Amet Sound, 
Avon River, 
Blind Hay, 
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13enver Harbour, . .sub 9 

Bedeque Bay, Green's Wf. .add 2 26 
Buy Verte, • -add 111 

BoiiKhton Harbour, . .add 40 

IJoHton Light, U. S. . .add 3 22 

Ciioster Harbour, . .sub 5 

Chezetcook, Petpisawick, j ^^^ q ^g 
ttiid Musquodoboit Inlets ) 
Cumberland Basin, ..add 4 6 

Country Harbour, . .sub 9 

Cttpo Sable Island, N. side, .add 19 
Cttpe Sable Island, S. side 
Cttpe Sable, 



Clarke Harbour, 

Clftin Point, 

Chctlcamp. 

Citpe North, 

Cardigan Bay, 

Cape Hear, 

Cluu'ldttctoMrn, 

Cnpe George, 

Dimity Out, 

Kninont Bay, 

KiiHt Point, 

Kolly Point, 

Out of Canso, 

(luyHl)(»r()' Harbour, 

Ulnucester, U. S. 

Itorton Hlnff, 

[nl.iiid Harbour, 

IhIo Iliiutej 

ilebogue Rjver, 

Jfldore Harbour, 

Jouriniain I, 

Llaconib Harbour, 

Ullnve, 

Lunenburg, 

lilverpool Bay, 

Liverpool Bar, 

L'l'ifung Harbour, 

Lcpri'uu Bay, 

Ldulsburg Harbor, C B. 

Mnrtiii Hiver, 

Mitohias, Seal Island, 

Mttlxiu River, 

Magdalen Islands, 

Meiiadien Bay, 

MuriguinlHli Harbour, 



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Mud Island, 
Noel Bay, 
Negro Harbour 
North Minimegash, 
Port George, ..add 3 28 

Passamaquoddy, . .add 3 41 

Pope Harbour, ..sub 9 

Placentia, . .add 1 26 

Prospect Harbour, . .sub 6 

Port Med way, . .add 1 

Petit Passage, . .add 2 52 

Pubnico Harbour, . .add 1 36 

Port Mouton, . .add 5 

PortEbert, ..add 20 

Pugwash Harbour, . .add 2 41 

Port Hood, . .add 1 11 

Quaco Bay, . .add 3 46 

Ragged Island Harbour, . .add 10 
Ricliibucto River, . .sub 4 19 

Richmond Harbour, . .sub 1 49 

Stoddart Cove, . .adc 1 9 

Sandy Cove, E. . .add 2 44 

Sandy Cove, W. , .add 2 58 

Shut-in Island, . .sub 2 

St. Mary's River, . .add 11 

Ship Harbour, . .add 5 

Spicer Cove, . .add 3 46 

Sheet Harbour, . .add 17 

St. Andrew, . .add 3 1 

Seal Cove, . .add 3 5 

Shelburnc, 
S|)encer Island, 
Scotsman's Bay, Black ) 

Rock Point, ) 

St. Ann's Bay, 
St. Peter's Bay, 
Seal Island, 
Sydney Harbor, C. B. 
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Tracadie Harbour, 
Trinity Bay, Newfld, 
Vin Bay, 
West Bay, 
Westport, 
Whitehaven, 
West Quoddy Head, 
Welchpool, Campobellols 
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Harbour, J 

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Yarmouth Harbour, . .add 2 20 



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TO FIND THE LATITUDE BY THE MERIDIAN 
ALTITUDE OF THE SUN. 

The Sun's Declination in the Calendars of the Month are for the 
Meridian of Halifax, N, S., but will serve with sufficient accuracy to 
obtain the Latitude by a Meridian Altitude of the Sun on auy part of 
the West of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick ; and on the coast of 
Maine and Massachusetts in the United States. 

Rdlb. — At noon n(\te the Altitude of the Sun by a sextant, or 

quadrant. Add 12 miles to that Altitude to obtain the true Altitude. 

Subtract the true Altitude from 90° 0', and you will have the Sun's 

: Zenith distance which you will name North, us the Sun will always 

bear to the South at noon on that coast. 

Uuder the Zenith distance place ihc Sun's Declination. If the 
Declination and Zenith distance are of the same name their sum will be 
the Latitude. If they are of different names their difference will be the 
Latitude. 

ExAMPLB. — 1895, April 7th, at noon, off Mt. Desert Rock, Coast of 
Maine, U. S. The observed Altitude of the Sun was 52° 52' bearing 
South. Required the ship's Latitude. 

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Obs. Alt 62 52 South. 

Correction ... 12 



True Alt 

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90 00 



36 56 North 
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Latitude .... 43 50 North. 

Example. — 1895, February 4th. at noon, off Cape Canso, N. S. 
The observed Altitude of the Sun was 21° 46' bearing South. 
Required the ship's Latitude. 



Obs. Alt.., 
Correction 



21 46 South. 
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Zenith Dist. . . 68 02 North ) rk;ff«.«r,f .,„.««. =.,>. 
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Declination . . 22 42 South ) 



Latitude ^ 45 20 North. 



GOVERNORS GENERAL OF CANADA SINCE 1867. 

The Right Hon. Viscount Monck June 1, 1867 

The Ut. Hon. Lord Lisfjar (Sir John Young) Dec. 29, 1868 

The Kt. Hon. the Earl Of Dufferin May 22, 1872 

The Ht. Hon. the Marquis of Lome Oct. 5, 1878 

The Most Hon. the Marquis of Lansdowne Aug. 18, 1883 

The Ht. Hon. Lord Stanley of Preston May 1, 1883 

The lit. Hon. the Earl of Aberdeen Sept. 1893 



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Januaht.— The furiiitr who txercisea foiethought in the choice of ciopa rare- 
by has a bud seuson ; of our nioiL'^important cro^a, Ii:dii»ii Corn, I'otatoes, aiil 
others of Southcro origin, do bust in a hot bcason, while c ts, grass, turiiips, cab- 
bages and 8!ich like nortii th crops, inaKs most vrowth in com >aratively vm\ 
wctther, or at least require a uioiht aunosplieie. Tlie oci-asional iitsH of the hay 
crop from droupjit, as was ixper.eftced in Cape- Brtitun Inlabd for years iirevioiia 
to 18'J4, wliieh was a fertile year, shews that it is of the greatest inipnitai.cf fora 
farmer not oti!y to make a judicious choice oT c-ojjs ouitanle ti i the (■liniaie, and 
to the soils and exposures oi \\\i fields, but a to have sutfic-ient varuty in hJH 
crops, so that whether the season should ])rov<; a hot an^j dry one, or cold and 
moist, or of a medium or average character, lie may fair.y txixct a pioliublu 
return. Tliis Is the ltisur«. lime when plans for cropping cau be 'uauc, i^et it lie 

SLEIGHS, ROBEsThARNESS, at A. R. FL'LTON & GO'S , TRURoT 



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MANCHESTER, 

ROBERTSON 

& ALLISON, 

Dry Goods, 

ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Sec Advertisement page 0. 



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N. 8. Charter proclaimed, 1759. 
Martinique earthqke, 1839. Spf?. 
Jst Stin. after Epiphany, [tides. 
Jock Craig died, 1874. 
Queen Elizabeth crowned, 1559. 
Gibhous, historian, died, 179i. 
Dr. Franklin born, 1706. 
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(.'oy^ernicud born, 1 792. Np. tides 
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Princess Royal married, 1858. 
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MANHATTAN FEED, HAY, OATS, &c., at A. R. PULTON & GO'S., Truro. 



BOSTON DRUG cures Drunkenness. J. GODFREY SMITH, Agent, Halifax, N. S. 

rt nipiiibered that a moderately cool wet aeafion will >(1 ve a good crop of hay, whilst 
a hot (Ivy ono will' necessarily ensure scarcity of this important fodder. To meet 
such a t:alaniity a juiticlent; lireadth should always t>e sown or plat\ted of mangles, 
Indian coro or other crops that are capable of takin<^ the place of hay and which 
Hucrcod heat in a v arm, dry season. No farming can be exi.,ectcd to yield protit- 
ablo rcM'lts where dependcn< e isentirely placed upon hay for winter feed of farm 
aninialt*, whether for dairy or beef and mutton. In Great I'.ritain, mixed feed or 
"iii.ishley " as it iscuied, is uiucJi used, in the green state in summer time, and 
dried into hay for the winter. The following mixtures of seeds for mashley were 
p.'vatuly furnished tliis season to the Secretary of Agriculture by one of the most 
extensive farmers in the Carse of Oowrie, Scotland, and may be re'icd upon : — 
F'^r strong rich land : 6 bushel Horse Beans, } bush. I'eas (of the grey, field 



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Nisbet's Milk of Cucumber at SMITH'S DRUG STORE. 



kind), i bubh. Tares or Vetches, por acre. 2n(l. For land lew rich : 4 bushel 
Horse IJeuris, 2 bu»h Oats, 5 bush. Peas, or J biiEh. Tares. 3rd For poor land : 
4 bushels Outs, 1 bush IVas. In ffrowinj^r (jats for fodder, to be used 1,'reen or 
ripened, he recouiinends ,ith bufiiel of Tares to bo added to the ordiiiar^ (luantity 
of Oats sown per acre. The cutting of Mashley bhoiild be be^jun when \j\\Qpuds 
arc /orined on the Heana. 

Fkhruart is the most tr>ln{,' month for cattle ; we cannot too stron^jlyinipress 
the iieeebbity of care in their feeding, watering and general treatment, at this sea- 
son of the year. In order to overcom* the many difliculties that appear in Febru- 
ary, it is a tfood rule to j,'ive extra time and attention to the stoek. In fecdiu;,' 
j^rain and meal always mix them into cut hay, noistened,— and eeauon \\ itli com- 
nion salt. Cut hay does not tliifcst any more rapidly than uncut, but it enables 
the meal or crushed grain fed with it to be more perfectly digested. Our farniors 

SLBIGES, ROBES, HARNESS, at A. R. FULLON & GO'S., TRURO. 



still sinTer ii 
middlings f( 
fed alone tli 
A^'riftiltural 
have leisure 
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qualify for tl 



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ROBERTSON 

& ALLISON, 

Dry Goods, 

ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

See Advertinement payc G. 

Joo Howe ap. ^Prov. Sec, 1848. 
4tli Sunday after Epiphaii)'. 
British cap Cooraassie, 1842. Np 

8 li A. %U(X) [tides. 

9 h. M. ^ in 6 
Dickens born, 1812 
Poi)0 Pins IX died, 1878. 

1 h. A. !? greatest elong. 1 8° lO'E 
Septnagosiina Sunday, [tides. 
New York har. frozen, 1875. Spg 
Aliraham Lincoln born, 1809. 
Lady Jane Grev beheaded, 1554. 
Mid. IjdC 12 60 47/N. 
Cardinal Wiseman died, 1865. 
Kane, Arctic explorer,dicd,1857. 
5th Sun. after Kpipb. Np tides. 
J. B. Goujjh died, 1886. 
Spuin became Republic, 1873. 
1 h. M. H Stationary. 
Sydney Smith died, I845. 
Georj^c Washington horn, 1732. 
Grafton St. Mct.Ch. burned, 1 868 
Quinquiigcsima — Shrove Sun. 
St. Georges Soc formed, 1786. 
Noon 9(5([ § 203'S. Spg 
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The R. A. Tonic Phosphate at SMITH'S DRUG STORE 



Btiil suffer Immense loss every year in striving to fatten cattle on ineal, bran atid. 
midiilinjrs fed alone, without being mixed with cut Ij^.v as here described. When 
fed alone the meal simply passes through tlie .iniin.als. In Districts where an 
Afrriiiiltural Society does not already exist this is a good time to organize : farmers 
have leisure to attend u u.eetiug, and talve steps for organization. NotiQcation 
has to bo made to the Office of Agriculture, so that the new society may be sanc- 
tioned by the Lieut.-Governor-iu-lIouncil, before the end of Juue in order to 
ijualify for the grant for the current year. 

March. — The Nova Scotia climate is singularly adapted for the successful 
growth of Garden Vegetables and root crops, — yet one of th? moat lamentable 
wants on our Nova Scotia farm is the kitchen garden. Instead of finding onevery 
farm a well furnished kitchen garden, filled with vegetables and small fruits, 
sutficieiit to provide for the family wants during the year, such an inexpensive 
lu.\ury is the exception rather than the rule. Now that we have a Sohool of 

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4 48 A. 


8 A. 


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Call at SMITH'S DRUG STORE when you visit Halifax. 

Horticulture at Wolfville, it nia\ be expected tliat a taste for jfardenini; will rx- 
tend throughout the Province. There is no reason why every farmer's family 
should not be i)rovidod to a lar^e extent with supplies from the garden, sucili as 
early salads in tiie spring- time, rhubarb for pies, early prreen p(m8, early turriipg, 
lettuce, radislios, cucumbers, early cauliflowers and cabbages, early beans, goose- 
berries, currant*, etrawlji'rries, raspberries, winter radishes, and turnips, beets 
parsnips, artichokes, S(;a» jninj; herbs, melons, sfjuashes, and dozens of other de- 
licious and substantial .articles of food that cost nothing but foresight and some 
agreeable labor. The nature of our climate necessitates the use of hot-beds for 
raising seeding plants f(jr those crops that recjuire a lomj season to mature. A 
hot-bed is made by piling on successive layers of well-chopped horse dung, ob- 
tained froai a stable where oats are freely fed. The manure may be raised to a 

"implements, carriages, seeds, a. R. pulton^ CO., TRURO. ~ 



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Pope Leo XIII born, 1 810. 

QuailraKe«in)»i — iBt Sun. in Lent 

InauRur^tion Ah. Lincoln, 1861. 

7h. M. l^c^C 1^5° 19' S. Np 

llev.Dean Bullock d., 1874. [tda. 

Rev. T. Hard! no; d. n^'od 1)3, 18.54. 

Ericson died, New York, 1889. 

9 h. M. 9 Stationary. 

2nd Sunday in Lent. 

([ eclipsed, vIh. at Halifax. 

Cjcsar Bor<;ia d led, 1 508. Sp tds 

Rus«ian-Am. ceded to U.S. ,1867. 

8h. M.ljciC l2 60 55'N. 

Ralph Erskino born. 1685. 

Badrtjoz tak. by Wellintrton,I812 

3rd Sun. in Lent. St. Patrick. 

Bismarck reHiKnod,1890. 

Gen. O'G.Haley d, 1878. Np. tds 

5 h A. (v) enters *Y* Spg begins 

Cramner burnt, 1556. 

Guotho died, 1 832. 

6h. A.gc^C ^00 19/N. 

4th Sunday iu Lent. 

Anunciation — Lady Day. 

(v) eclipsed, via. at Hfx, sunrise 

James I died, 1625. Spg tides 

5 h M. 9 in ^ 

Swcdenborg born, 1772, 

Paris capitulated, 1813. 

5th Sunday in Lent. 



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SMITH'S ROSE TOOTH POWDER prevents decay. 



heifjlit of two to three feet above the surface of the soil On top spread four or 
five inches of very fine and rich soil nixed with sand ; this should have heen pre- 
pared in the fall, and Kept dry under cover all winter,— othorwito it is likely now 
to he a hard frozen mass. The jihss sashes arc then to he put on and kept close 
till the hot-bed heats ; the steam and heat will start the seeds of weeds, which 
may he allowed to grow. Air is then niven, and when the heat modifies, weed 
aiui rake the surface ; sow ^\\x sprinj? 8"cds— cauliflowers, cabliacres, celery, to 
inatoes, Jic. for the gardeis, kitchen and annuals, for flower jjarden ornanicnt. 
The seeds will bear a good deal of iieat before they emerge from the soil, but as 
8001! as the fir«t leaves begin to appear, the frame mu«t be aired daily, taking care 
to avoid draughts and exposure to bright sunshine ; .. newspaper laid over the 
seed bed formi a convenient shade. 

""CARmGES, OAPTS, HARNESS, SEEDS, i. R. PULTON & CO., TRURO. 



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April. — One of the most important operations of the year is spring ploiish- 
insf, the preliminary to phnting and seeding. The opeiation visually begins in 
the month of April, but is prolonged far into May, commencing sooner in dry 
light soils and warm situations, later where the opposite prevail. Evtry farmer 
si'ould bo ready to avail himself of the early opportunities presented by the vary- 
ing years. It is not vise to plough till the soil is comparatively dry, and litHc is 
gained by early sovin? until the ground is warm. In fields seeded down with 
timothy last fall. It wi'l now be time to sow clover, —a mixture of red and aisyke 
is the best for hay. H'hero early potatoes are required, the seed should he kept 
in a warm place to as to start the eyes, and, wherever the ground is dry enough, 
they may be phntcd. This advice if not heeded will lead to potatoes coming up 
scantil/, many rutting in the ground. If farmers instead of planting inert sued 

AlwayTorde^ SEEDS from A. R FULTOnT OO^S., TRURO. 



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potatoes, taken out of a cold cellar, wnukl first allow the ej'es to start, there 


would be fewer complaints of the seed perishing in the soil. Peas and broad be?.ns 


way be sown at the very beginning of the month ; onions, parsnips and carrots 


as soon as the ground is fit to be worlied sufflciently to gb'n them the more deli- 


cate Retd-bcd they require. Beets and mani>el wurzel are usually sov> n ut the 


end of the month or early in May, but are apt to be weedy if sown too early. All 


gooseberry and currant bushes should be dressed, Apple and pear trees gone ovor, 


and, generally, the whole kitchen garden and orchard thoroughly cared for. 


May.— In most parts of the Province ploughing will still have to be done ; let 


it be done as soon as the land is fit ; if manure has to be taken out for crops. 


don't wait for a mot<i conrenient leason ; if the weather is not all that is desireJ, 


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proceed nevertheless with your work, vary it to suit the state of the soil and at- 
mosphere. Men cannot fl.^'lit surcessfully against the operations of nature, but 
they can very often turn them to adTautayre l)y cons'deration and forethoii|,'lit. 
What has to l)e sown and planted this month? Eocrijthmn, excc^)^ wliat imu 
either already licen committed to the noil, cr rccinircs a wann yeed l)ed like tlie 
turnip. Exceptional crops also are hush buann, pole-hcans, corn, tomatoes, 
cucumbers, squash ; it isonly in warm, sandy soilH, and in districts not sutjjectto 
ni^ht frobt.s in sprinjy time, that such thiritfs caa sifely be put out before the end 
of the nionth. One of the ))rincipal inarketab'.o crops in Nova Scotia ii tne jwta- 
to. It htm been found a'lvant\kfcou8 of late yeara to plant as er.rly as po.ssible ; 
aa loon therefore as the {ground in in fit condition, commit the potato to it ; tee 
however, that the eye* of the seed have ulartcd into 'growth, othorwigc it will be 



SEEDS, IMPLEMENTS, CARRIAGES, A. R. FULTON & CO., TUURO. 



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Henry 


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Daniel 


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ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

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British abolish, slave trade,) 807. 
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3rd Sunday after Enster. 
Siege Quebec raised, 1776. 
lOli. A. 1? dC h6°42'N. 
Schiller died, 180.'). 

10 h. A. 5 in Perihelion. 
Jamaica taken, IGS.") Spg tides. 
Delhi Mutiny, IB.")?. 

4th Sundfty after Easter. 
Terrible famine, India, 1874. 
Henry Grattan died, 1820. 
Daniel O'Conuell died, 1847. 
Mott's Mill burned Dartra.,1860 
Dr. Jenncr born, 1849. 
Noon 9 ($ ^ 9 2° 5' N. Np tIdcH 
Rogation Sunday. 
Sir Geo. Carder died, 1873. 
Cawnpore Mutiny, \^fil . 
First steam-ship built, 1819 
Ascension Day— noly,Thursday. 
Birth of Queen Victoria. 
Mid.? 6(L $<2»44'S. Sp tides. 
Sundiiy after Ascension. 
lh.i\.%6(i ^2o.53'S. 
Franklin sailed, 1845. 
N. S. R'y delegation to Canada, 
Joan of Arc burnt, 1431. [1857. 
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apt to rot in the cold seed bod. NeKloct of tlilt point, which has been urged again 
and a!i:ain in the Farmer's Calendar of tliiti Alnmnac, ban caused the loss uf count- 
less thousands of dollars to our fnruiorH. Ho important is the "sprouting" of seed 
potatoes before phnting rcgardeil in Utiglaiid that ttiu seedsmen have instructions 
ihereaucnt printed on the labels sent out with the seed, wiaurinj,' their customers 
that this is necessary in order to obtain a MuMMfuctory crop. In light lands the 
nanure [old and well rotted | may bo plongliod in before planting. In heavy 
soils, put the manure in the drills, so that the warmth of the air may counteract 
the deadening cffoct of the cold wet clodB, yui)crphosphate ond other artificial 
fertilizers may also be used. 

Jl'nb.— Planting and sowing will still rontlnuo. Corn for ensilage should now 
he sown. liut, while spring operations inive to be continued and finished this 



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month, there are others appertaininjj more especially to the 8iunn;er that hav« to 
be attended to. Garden crops will recjuire hoeinjf and weeding : potatoos iiUo, 
when sntticiently advanced. It should not be forpfottcn that we have not only to 
sow and cultivate, but to protect our crops, if we would gather a \irofltalilu iiar- 
vest. lu lotalities subject to late spriuif frosts, it is easy to protect oarW cropHby 
throwinjf some spruce or other brush over them on cold nights. A nietlioil iniii'ii 
used ill France, and which may easily be adopted in this country, is to Imrii 
brush to windward so as to cover the field in a cloud of smoke. Atteutlon Imo 
often been called to such simple and costless devices, and yet year after voar, wa 
hear nf the loss of early crops : it it said " i)y frost," we should say " by iiutfliuil," 
The Colorado or potat > beetle now challenges attention. Paris green and Loinloti 
purple are undoubtedly etticacious, but they are homicides as well as insuctKiduii, 

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Dry Goods, 

ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

See Advertisement page 6. 



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lYntecost — Whit Sunday, [tides. 
Henry VIII crowned, 1509. 
Hx. Cotton Fac. opened, 1883. 
6h. M.9c5^ 90°58'N. 
Now Masonic Hall dedic, 1877. 
IstGon.Ass.Pres.Cli.Can., 1875. 
Big Fire, Quebec, 1881. Spring 
Trinity Sunday. [tides. 

Jttcq. Cartier landed, Can. ,1534. 
Bonaparte took Malta, 1798. 
5 h. A.^ in T 
Corpus Christi. 

First VVesleyan Conference, 1 793. 
Montreal retak. by British,1776. 
Is Sun. after Triiiity. Np tides. 
John Wesley born, 1744. 
Glial. Ch., rix., struck lightninij, 
C. H. Spurgeon b.,l834. [1872. 
Accession ttf Queen Victoria. 
Proclam. Ih. A. ©en. 55 Sum. 
Bat. of Bothwell, 1679. [beyins. 
'2n:l Sunday after Trinity. 
St. J.Bapt— Midsum. Day. Spg 
7h.M %6<L ^l°50'S. [tides. 
Old Ladies Home, Hx., op., 1860. 
I'eoplc'sBank.Hx., opened, 1864. 
lOdward IV. crowned, 1461. 
Ucv. J. Dimotk d.Wilmot, 1846. 
3rd Sun. af. Trinity. Np tides. 



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NUbot'a Coca Cough Cure at SMITH'S DRUG STORE 



timl evrrji pificaution should be obicrved in their usebj' farmers, and in their sale 
br tiimthocarles and store-keepers. The poison is best applied in mixture of jjround 
jilaHtcr. Hellebo|-(j is also eflfectiv* and less dangerous, but too expensive where 
Iiiiifu Ik'lds have to be poisoned. As soon as the currant and go. seberry bushes 
imvu puhhed out tlieir first leavL-sand blossoms, it will be found advantageous to 
give tlicni a hprinklinj: of white hellebore powder in the morning before the dew 
In off. This will destroy the first croj) of currant worms, and thus preserve the 
IiuhIios and the IVuit erop for the season. The objection to the use of white hel- 
leliore on currar.t buslits (if used early cnouRh in the season) is by no means so 
Btion^f 118 to the employuient of arsenical poisons as the white liellel)ore being or- 
jtftiiii', (Iccays, and is thus speedily rendered innocuous, by exposure to rain and 
tilr. Hutmi'ier bedding plants are sot out in the flower garden as early this month 

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as the weather will allow ; verbenas may be put out very early, and they thrive 
better in the moist, cool weather of early June than later, when the soil is apt to 
be baked l>y the sun. Stocks are also very hardy and rejoice in hot, dry weather, 
if they are in good soil. lUilsams, rhlo.Ncs, Petunias, Geianiunis, Helliotropes, 
and other tender thiiigs need uot be put out so early, as they will make no pro- 
gress in cool weather, and the slightest approach to frost will kill them for the 
season. 

July,— This month is especially devoted to the cultivation of the various field 
crops. Cultivation, in this lebtricted sense, means the hoeing of crops, stirring,' 
by cuitivatois and harrows, and such like implements between or over the drills, 
hilling up and moulding. The objects of these operations are not merely to 



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Quebec founded, 1608. 

N.S. Sugar Rifinery I)e}run,l8«3 

U. S. Tiidependeiicc (kcl., 1776. 

4 h. M. % in Aphelion. 

Old Midsummer Day. 

4th Siuiday alter Trinity. 

Adam Smith d.,1 790 Spg.tidcH. 

Carticr dis. Bay Cha'.ear, 1.534 

9h. M. %6® 

9 h. M. 9at«r. elong.4.50 3i/K. 

Rufiis Choate died, 1859. 
Crimea evacuated, 1856. 
5th Sunday after Trinity. 
T .chard it crowned, 1377. 
Flight Mftho»net,622. Np. tides 
6 h, A 9 in ?5 
Papal infallibility decl., 1870. 
Quebec captured, 1629. 
Assem met toconsid.rep'l union 
6thS af.Triu. [(TB&NS,1844 
Battle of Falkirk, 1298. 
9 h. A. I? D © Spring tides. 
Fire insurance began, 1696. 
Battle of Aboukir, 1799. 
Sir VV. F. Williams died, 1883. 
Atlantic cable finished, 1866. 
7th Sunday after Trinity. 
Wm. Wilberforce died, 1833. 
St.FIeJcna disc, 1502. Np tides. 
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destroy weed, as i3 erroneously supposed by many, but to keep the soil open, and 
thus pioiuote the decomposition ot the manure, enable the soil to retain moisture, 
allow f leo access of air to it, bring it well over and around the roots and stems, 
and, by these several n.oans, to promote vigorous growth. The sowing of tur 
nips i8 usually recommended for the month of June, but as the ground has to bj 
rumarljably line for this crop, and as turnips are often put in to fill up land that 
was originally intended for the earlier sown roots, it frequently happens that 
turnips have to be sown in July. In fact, if turnips are sown early in June, they 
are apt to run to seed, instead of forming bulbs. Some even prefer to sow their 
Swedes eiirly this month, 80 as to avoid the " fly," and the soft turnips for imme- 
diate feeding need not necessarily be sown till the end of July, although if they 
get warm, genial weather to start with they do much better earlier. Late sow- 

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Inn, while it is apt to give a small yield, ei>8ures excellent quality, and freedom 

iroiii fibre, sk that turnips intended fo|; table use in A-intcr should never b. sown 

early. The i-'round should have undergoni; a thorough pulveriz^ition. Light 

h.ujdy soil is the best for turnips They ntart better after the ground is warm, 

but the bulbs swell most rajjidly during the cold dewy nights in Autunui. Tlie 

soil cannot be worked too deep, or nude too fine, for turnips ; the surfieo soil 

niust be made fine for a seed bed. Town jnansnes are valuable for this croi), and 

erushcJ bones have been applied with best effects, eiMier when < overed in the 

drills in the manner of o-dinary dung, or, prefetaiily, when sowr. by machine alon.; 

wiih the seeds, so as to be in imuied.ate contact with the latter. In many parts 

of the province, particularly Yarmouth, Shelburne, Queens, Dgby and Annapolis, 

the important opeiation of hay har esting will hive connnencod this month, and 

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ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

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8tli Sunday aftor Trinity. 

9 h. A. 5 •" Perhelion. 

Ben. Johnson d.,i 837. Spg tides. 

Bourbons deposed, France, 1830. 

Chicago Fire, 1874. 

Dry den born, 1631. 

Battle of Montmorenci, 1759. 

9th Sunday after Trinity. 

Cor. stone Frov. Build, laid, 181 1 . 

Jeremy Taylor died, 1484. 

4 h. M. 9 ^^ greatest brilliancy. 

Salmon flshine: ends. Np tides. 

Eugene Aram hanged, 1759. 

Frederick Great died, 1786. 

10th Sunday after Trinity. 

lion. H. N. Binney died, 1842. 

eclip.scd invis. at Halifax. 

illiain IV born, 1765. Spring 
4h.A. 9<5(C 9 4°4/S. [tides. 
Napoleon evac. Moscow, 1812. 
Massacre Huguenots, 1572. 

I I th Sunday after Trinity. 
8 h. A. 9 Stationary. 
C£esar lauded Briton, 55 B. C. 
Goethe born, 1749. Neap tides. 
Big regatta Halifax, 1871. 
Cleopatra died, 3 B. C. 

John Banyan died, 1688. 



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THE LONDON DRUG STORE, 147 HOLLIS STREET. 

on upland will probably be well advanced, or even finished before the end of th 
month AH other work has to g;ive way to this. If the weather is wurni and 
dull, do not hurry the hay into the barn ; put it up in larf<re, well built coc^a, so 
as to allow it to sweat or ripen before being put into the mow. Where mows are 
large this is particularly necessary. 

August —In the northern and eastern counties, and on dylie and intervale 
lands, much hay has, in ordinary seasons, to be taken in during the month of 
Auicust. Hay making is the most important or>eration of the Nova Scotia far- 
mers, half of all hia land under crop of every kind being occupied with grass des- 
tined to be made into hay. More than half a million acres have to be mown every 
suason, and this necessarily employs for the time a lar><e amount of labor. How- 

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ever, where suitable implements and iippIiancoR are used there is now no ditticulty 
in securing the crop. After ha} insT there will be work in top-dressin;; the hay- 
flclds, iind in the garJen and orchard. Whero the trees are in g^oss thtty will 
bunetit by a rich top-dressiiii; artund their roots. Look after iho ripening' fruit, 
destroy the caterpillars, if any still remain ; pick the early Auifust apples, and 
send tliem into a local market or to the pic-nic When the rain cumes buds of 
strawberries may be made up. See that the ground is well drained and enriched 
with old manure. Mushrooms now appe^ir in horse pastures, house flies become 
troublesome, and the swallows congregate in flocks and leave us. 

Sei'tkmhkr.— Grain has to be harvested. Late in the month Indian corn will 
have to be cut and put into the slices. The ensilage forms an excellent supple 

THRESHERS, ENGINES, CARRIAGES, at A. R. FULTON & GO'S., Truro. 





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meiit to the hay and roots, but cnsilajrc is still uoed to only a very small extent 
Later in the month, p tatoes of thn ' iriier kind?, a> d earlier planted, will be 
ivady to be taken up, but while the w t.ithcr remains warm they should be well 
aired befoie beirisr put into theoolhir, and only in t*ni*ll (pv.ntitios at a tim «. The 
most experienced farmers usually wait for cold weatlier before taking up their 
full crop The farmer's year is.a completj cycle, and before one year's annual 
harvest is taken in, it is ne'.'dful to l)0 preparing, for the Jiext. In fact it U al- 
ready time, by the beginniu),' of Septen\bcr, to sow Winter Fvye, which is a faTorite 
crop with farmers who have suitable, .iyrht, sandy soils. This year (1805) County 
Exhibitions will bo held in the several counties of the Province. They are usually 
held this month. Every farnier is expec ed to attend his County E.xhibition and 
to show samples of the products of his farm. 

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OFull Moon, 
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10 20 M. 

I 56 M. 
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C Perigee 16d. lb. A. ([_ Apogee 28d. Noon. 



Noon. 
11 49 M. 
11 39 M. 
11 29 M. 



21 souths, 

7 42 M. 
7 19 M. 
6 55 M. 
6 30 M. 






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Pebble Spectacles, &c., Agent J. GODFREIT SMITH. 



OcTOBKR.— The apple crop is yearly >. iiiring increased importance in Novt. 
Scotia, and our apple orchards are annuall.v "ctendinfj Hiit there is still plenty 
of room, and no farmer who has suitable land, ^d is willinif to take the necessary 
care, can make a better permanent investment t. m by plantin),; an orchard . The 
bost market varieties, at least those thatappea. T.t the present to be most in 
favor amonp our fruit growers in the counties of Kings and Annapolis, where 
ukcharding is carried on to a great extent, are : Gravenstein, Yellow Ik'IIefluur, 
or as it is more commonly called here, B shop's Pippin, King of Tompkins, II. I 
Greening, Ribston Pippin, Northern Spy, Vaiidevore, Golden Russet, Noniurell 
and Baldwin. Digby County is at present our cherry ronnty, and Cape Breton 
has profitable plum orchards, but these fruits may bo grown all over the province. 



Team Waggons, Carriagt^, Harness, Robes, A. R. PULTON & GO'S., Truro 



S€0¥IL A PAeiB, Mm*S IND BOY'S CLOTiUm, HALIFAX. 



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ROBERTSON 

& ALLISON, 

Dry Goods, 

ST. JOHN. MEW BRUNSWICK. 

8ce Advertisement page 6. 



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2 h A. 5 at gr. elon. 2.5° 35' E. 
Aristotle died 322 B. C. 
Treaty of Vienna, 1866. 
Bishop Heber died, 1833 
Parr, aged 132, died, 1635 Spg 
17th Sua. afier Trinity. * [tides. 
Edgar Allan Poe died, 1849. 
2 h. M 9 Stationary. 
Anthony Holland died.Hx, 1 830. 
F<ither Matthew born, 1790. 

5 h. M. %6^ [tides. 
Hugh Miller born, 1602. Neap 
18th Sunday after Trinity. 

6 h. M. 5 Stationary. 
Garibaldi escap.fmCaprera, 1867 
Ridley and Latimer burned, 1555 
Mechanics Library op. Hx.,183l 
1 h. M. -SrfC % 4*'17'N. 
Yorktown sur., 1781 Sp. tides. 
19th Sunday after Trinity. 
Hon. T. N. Jeffrey died, 1847. 
Moscow retaken, 1812. 

Irish Ma.S8acre, 1641. 
Edict Nantes revoked, 1685. 
George II died, 1760. 
6 h. M. $ at gr. bril. Np tides. 
20ih Sunday after Trinity. 
L O'C. Doyle died, 1864. 
Dr. Webster, Kentville, died 1 851 
George II born, 1683. 
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J. GODFREY SMITH, Chemist, 147 HOLLIS STREET. 



Now that the season's work is well nigh over, the younpr ni^n on the farm may 
repair to thfl School of Agriculture and Provincial Farm, Truro, where instruction 
i8j,'iven in the art of agriculture and sciencis hearing upon it. A post card of 
inquiry to Prof, .^■mith, the Provincial Lecturer on Agricnltuic, will bring full 
particulars as to the operation and arrangements of th» .•■chool and Farm, and the 
terms \ipon vhich pupils arc admitted. No fees a'e charged, and Htudents arc 
paid for their work on the firm. Students are not b ardcd on the farm, but can 
obtHin comfortable board and lodging: in Truro at very reasonable rates. 

NovKMBKP.— To insure the in provcment of caUle, every society keeps or 
ought to keep a sufficient number of male animals for the u^e of members. For 



Robes, Harness, Carriages, Carts, A R. PULTON & CO'S., TRUKO. 



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D. H. M. 

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I^- 9 souths. % souths 



OFull Moon, 
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# New Moon, 16 58 A. 

3) First Quarter, 24 3 5 M 
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8 53 M. 
8 49 M. 
8 46 M. 



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10 57 

10 48 



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5 29 M. 
5 2 M. 
4 35 M. 






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17 29 

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18 33 

18 48 

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19 31 
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The late Nisbet's Prescriptions at Smith's Drag Store. 



beef cattle the Short Horn L)nrh'\m, Pf'led Angus, Galloway atu' Hereford are \ 
used. For milk alone, or the cheese lartory, Ayrshires are to b; prefurrud. 
Devons n.ake the best workiti;^ ox.ii, arc fpiick, active, and easily fed, ami soon 
fatten in the wil i iiistnres for boef. For Domestic cqws, and lnutcr uiakiii',', 
(lueriiscys or Jerseys arc the niosu suitable. The .lersays have bcc;) trroat 
favorites, and their' increase will proniote the niannf\('ture of butter, hut it 
threatens to lessen our capacity for beef production. IloUtcirisaro also iricrcnsin^' 
but less rapidly, in a few localities ; they are larifc, healthy cattle, coinliiniii,' 
beef produciii;; with milkinjr (jualitics— the yield of milk bcin;,' often very hrjrc 
Fall plo.ghunf will be the jirincipal field work this month. After plouj^bln;,' lii) i 
not forjjet to ifo carefully over the water furrows to niat.c vay for tlu; exit of the i 
rain and melting snows that are sure to flood your liclds before sewl j 



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Dry Goods, 

ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

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9 h. A. ^ in Porholion. 

Nooii k 6(2) 

21st Sun. af7 Trinity. Spfj tides 

Gunpowder Plot, 1G05. 

Fire Have's building', Hx., 1860. 

Hx. Poor House iire, 1882. 

9h. A. 9 in^ 

Acadia fjranted do MontH, 1803. 

Birth of Prince of VValoM, 1841. 

22nd Sundav after Trinity. 

Pilg.Fathers land, 1020, N tides. 

4 h. M. ^ p:r<ateHt Mel. Lat. N. 

Tele^rapli En};. & Fr. op., 1851. 

Telegraph St. John & Hx.,1849, 

7h. A. %6<L l^'' I'N. 
Republic Brazil nrr..-., 1881). 
23rd S'Mi. after Triitity. (tides. 
New E.>(. eait'.iqunkeH,17.'S.^. Sp 
Nuf^ent scntcncod for lil»el, 1843. 
Ch. A. ^ 6k i<o'^20'rt. 
Cape Good Hope doubled, 1497 
Peace with U. S. Hit';n('d, 1814 
Lii Tribune wroclvcd, 1787. 
24th Sunday after Trinity. 
9 !i. A. 11 Staiioniirv. N<'np 

Dr. Watts died, 1748. [tides. 
St. Vii.ccnt de Paul died, lOfiO. 
Kars taken, 1855. 
St. Mnry'8 Cath. op., IIx., 18129. 
St. Andrews. 



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6 32M 


7 24 


9 35 


10 56 


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9 3 


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9 41 


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J. GODFREY SMITH, 147 HOLLIS STREET. 



time. A well ploufifhed, well dmlncrt flohl n:f»v he sown in spring as soon as the 
frost is tione, while oiio that Ih ir ojjfulat'l.v iilnupfhed or has no water furrows, n ay 
lon^r remait) a iHKUUe, defying uvoiy ftttciiiiit to improve its condition, until the 
s,easoii is Ko fnr advanced as to rt'ilucci vcr. nincli tho prospect of a crop, The 
iiest ii.it of what in too often itilt to l)0 "fS|)riiiK worlt," can uo done i.i the 
iiior'd'i of November. At the wan lo tlmo caro shotild be taken not to open up 
L'raM'Uy banks or hilly land, Kubjict to bo Huoiu'iid by the Fall and Spring rains, 
or iiifcltiiif,' snows. Kvory season brliiKs loud complaints of tho winter-Uilliny: of 
<'ras3 in the hay fields. It may poHslbly be of use to some farmers to say thit the 
winttr-killinix Is merely another mime for iiejjltjcjt. If a hay field not on a dead 
level is<lri>iiied simply by numi;i;< waku' furrows with a plough to carry off sur 
face water thjre will" be' no water-lcillliitf, Where land is perfectly flat a more 



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10 30 M. 
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M. 


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Tu. 


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W. 


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M. 


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.'ffeoiive system of draining must be .adopted. The want of the aimplu witter 
J-.rrow, CO'-' the iarmors of thi^ Province many thousands of dollari ovu.y yii«r. 

(*><;i'MBKR Aicricultural improvement is encouraKcd and proinotuil In 
vari" r y&ya b> the Provincial fiUgislature. Grants are given once in thruu vohin 
♦o ennl/Jc a P-ovincia! Exhibition to be held, and this year, 1894, is the I'roviriolul 
!'•>' 'on , jc, There is nl^o a r <»temof Agricultural Societioi thronghaiittha 
i T' .i.ce, n, h r, ni»"iiberhhip i; about six thousand farnierd ; each houlufcy Id 
fr>t" ' ■<! '~v 'ki,-' tro'! the Pro^hicial Treasury an annual grunt in aid to pmiiiotu 



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ijicr.it jcir^, Last be88il^n, n considerable increase was mode on the LflpiiH'utJvtt 
i '.yf thiM purpose, and an iaiprovemcnt introduced in the modo of itn iliull- 

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ST. JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

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A".Coll.,Wolfville.lurnci1,1877. 
Mndiicl capt., 1808. Sp<j lidcs. 
Thomas Carlvle born, 1795. 

3 h. A. ^ in '?5 
Jofferson Davis died, 1889. 
Mary Qiievn Scots born, 1542. 
2nd Sunday in Advent. 
Washinuton died, 1799. 

Gold disc. Australia, 1851. Np 
11 h. M. 9 in Perihelion, [tides. 

4 h. A. 9 d C 9 7° 23' N. 
New Zealand discovered, 1751, 
Hon. W. Garviedied, 1872. 
3rd Sunday in Advent. 
Prince Consort died, 1861. 

Sir Humphrey Davy b,1778. Spg 
Slavery abol." U.S , 18G5. [tides. 
Ilenrv II crowned, 1 154. 
Lord Macaulay died, 1859 
St. Thomas. '© en. VJ Winter 
4th Sunday in Advent, [begins. 
Hx. rejoiced news biri,h Pr. Wales, 
W.M. rhackerayd, 186.3. [1841. 
(.'IiristniaH Day. Noaj) tides 

King Stephen crowned, 1 1 35. 
Sir Francis Drake died, 1595. 
Tay Bridge disaster, 1879, 
Thus a'Hecket murdered, 1171. 
Confederation meeting, Hx, 1864. 
4 li. A. (i Fulls. Spring tides 



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6 45 M 


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Initinn. Thu special puipohi; of a Society is to iinpiovi; tlio live stoclt of its dis" 
trkt, wliiuli is aceoiiip.ished by obtaininfr and keepiuL' for the use of menibere, 
HiiiHtior mnle animals, such as bulls, rams and boars. Societies may also, by per- 
iniHi<ii)ii, iiitrodtioo seo'is of new varivtics of strain, roots, and also improved 
iiriilt!ineiit.s, and sell thcui to members at cost and cbarjfes. The whole of the 
.Sncit'tii's of the l*ro> ince meet aimually on the Jirat Tueadaxf in Sovcmher, each 
In i'K own district, when the members of each Society receive their Director's re- 
lioit. ami select ollicers foi' the en.soiiig year. Full information as to the method 
(if niiraiilKing' societies, the ffrants jiiven in aid, and o'her particulars, may be 
fibtuiiinl on ai)plic:ition at the Office of Aj^nioulture, Old Province Building, 
l!;ilila\ .\ re};ister of thoroui;hbrud cattle is kej't at the Office of Agriculture, 
wluiio blaidc forms of application for registry can be obtained. The piinted Herd 
UukImI'^''' "f Nova Scotia CJa'tle can be obtained from the booksellers for a dollar. 



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LAW ANL' JUSTICE DKl'AB"MEN'r. 



DEPARTMENT OP LAW AND JUSTICE. 

SUPREME OOU^T OP CANADA. 

Chief Justice— ($8,000)~Sir Sanuiel Henry Strong. 

Judfies— {$7 ,000 pat-li) — Hon Tcleapliore Fourni«r. /Jon ff. K, 
Tascherean, Hon J. W. Gwynne, //ou Robert Sedjjjwick, and //o„ 
Georji*! E. K\ufr, 

Registrar — ($2,600) — Robert (/ii^sels, Jr. Reporter — f/eorne DuvhI, 

The Suprcino Court has both original ami a|)pellat<t jiiriHdictioii — 
j Ori(/inal, as to (1) halteas corpus in oriinimil ami extradition rases; (2) 
jndicial opinions to tbc Crown ; (3) private billn and p<'tltions» ihcrcior 
referre<I l)y the Senate or House of Commons; and {♦) civil suiis in 
«vhich the validity of a Dominion or Provimirtl Act is i|Uii.itioned. 
Appellate, in appeals (1) from the Exchequer Court; (2) from the Pro- 
vincial Courts; (3) in habeas corpus cases; and (4) in eleption rases. 

Sessions — 3rd Tuesday in Februnry ; l&t Tuesday in May; 1st 
Tuesday in Octoiier. 

THE EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA. 

The Exchequer Court has oriji^inal jurisdiction (1) in revenue oases, 
(2) in civil suits wlien the Crown for the Dominion is plaintiff", (3) con- 
troversies betwec" tli». Dominion and the Province, or between two Pro- 
vinces. Jud</e—(M, 000), Hon. Geo. \7. Burbidge; linjislnir, Q 
A ndeue ; Assi. Registrar, Charles Morse. 

SUPREME COURT OB' NOVA SCOTIA. 

HAVINO LAW AND KQUITY .lUltlMDIOl'lON THKOUGHOUT TUE PUOVINCK. 

Chief Josticii: ($5,000), Hon. James McDouald. Assistant Jmliics, 
($4,000), Ifonorables Robt L. VVcallierbe, Jo.soph Norman Riti-liic 
Charles J. Towiishend. Wallace Grahum, Nicholas H. Mea;;her ami 
Huu:h McD. Henry. 

Attorneif (i'lieral — lion J. Wilbcrforce Loncley. 

Taxing Mastor — John T. Ross, of the City of Halifax, Barrister. 

MA8TKU.S — Halifax. VVm Twining, Benjamin G. Gray, Wm F. 
MacCoy, L. VV. DesBarres, J. Parsons, Molalm IJ. Lenoir, Jolni 
Krvin, VVilliam L. Barss; Pictou, James Fogo, Jolm D. McLeod ; Yar- 
mouth, Thomas D. Chipman, James Murray ; Shellmrne, Thos, Jolinsoii, 
John Bo'ver ; Jl'ints, David Frieze, William H. Bianchanl, 
Jno W. Ouseley ; ArjH9.s, James R. Prcscott ; Lunenburg, W. H. Owen ; 
Annapolis, Thomas Win Chesley, Timothy D. Rugj^lcs, James dray, 
Edward C. Cowlinf?, Vlhert Morse, Geo Woodbury, J. M. Owen, L. S. ; 
Morse ; Queens, l{ol>ert Roberts, J. N. S. Marshall ; Anligonish, H. II. ^ 
Blijrh ; Inverness, Samuel Ma-^Donnell, E. ]), Tremainc; /M(/bi/, Wm 
B, Stewart; Cape Breton, E. Tilton Moseley ; Cumhrhtnd, Charles R, | 
Smith, J. Medley Townsheud. ! 

Reftorters, Benjatnin Russell, John M. Geldert. Criers of Supreme i 
Court, Harry Hanson, John Wait. Librarian, Edward Swansou. I 

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COURT OF DIVORCE AND F;ATRIM:ONIAIi CAUSES.! 

Judge Ordinary, the Hon. Wallace Graham, with appeal to thcj 
Supreme Court. Registrar, William L. Barss. i 



OFFICE WIRE WORK, MUNRO BROS, New Glasgow, N. S. 



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OFFICEKH AND TliRMS OF THE SUPUEMU COUIIT. 85 



OtRcers and Terms of the Supreme Court. 



COUWTIB*. 



Aniiapf'Iis 

Antij4oni8h 



Cape Breton 
Colchobter . . 
Cinnberland 

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Clare. 

Oiiyflboro*. . . 

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KtiRATA.— Tenia of Suvnonio (V. i.t 
ghtuilil liu Srd TiKsdii.v of JuiiO ami 

Iinoriu;9s should bo Ist Tuesd.i.v 
Tuesday of Septcii ibor. 

V-'torla shouli be 2nd Tuesdav 
Tueway of Octob< r. 



Hants 

Inverness. , 

Ki"!,'« 

Lunenburg , 

I'iutou . . . . . 
Qutt'us . . . . 
Ridiniond . 



Sliellturno 

" Harrington 
Victoria 



J. Arard Morne. 
bun, i>, cijiiihoini 
Wm. HiK^ianan. 
L. J. Orowe. 
II, A. Logan, 
lienj. Vaiililarcom 
A. J. O'Magnivo. 
Donatvt Archibald 



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Wm. Curry 

Hugh McDonald. 

Stephen Lelohcv. 

Joseph Creighton. 

J. Simpson Harris. 

L. W. Drew, 
James D. Power 

G. W. McLean. 

James G. Dunlap, 

Geo. H. Guest. 



R. J. Unlacke. 
J, C. McKinnon, 
WilHaui K. Peters 
K. W. Hamilton. 
K. R.RIcnkhorii. 
\V. IL Stewart. 
.l.iiiu'H U. lUicUlcy 
Simon H. Holmes. 



H. Percy Scott. 
Jno A. McDon\iell 
C. F. Rockwell. 
W. J. Dauphinoe. 
David Logan. 
Thomas Favrcll. 
U. OV. Madden. 
Abram C. Mcf/oan 
Altrn. Taylor. 
Jas. Huntington. 



Tkrmh or 
Sui'KioMK Court. 

Ist Tuea. of October 
Urd Tnes. of J une. 
1st T\ics. of Juni-.. 
2nd Tucs. ofOctober. 
Ist Tucs. of June. 
1st T'ues. ofOctober. 
1st Tucs. of June. 
Ist Tucs. of 0( tobcr. 
3rd Tucs. of .1 une. 
2n'i Tnes. ofOctober 
2nd Tucs. of June. 
Last Tue.><. of Sept. 
Last Tucs. of May. 
lat Tucs. ofOctober. 
Civil— IthTues. Oct. 

3rd Tucs. April. 
Crim'l-3rdTu.Mar. 

1st Tucs. Oct'r. 
In banc 2nd Tu. Nov. 

to 23rd Dec 
2nd Tucs. m Jan. to 

last day of Feb 
SndTuesMar. t 

bof. 3rd Tucs. --) 
Extra Session o^.Vy 

to be iixcd. 
Last Tucs. of May. 
3rd Tues. of Sept. 
3rd TucB. of June. 
4th Tues. ofOctober. 
Ist Tues. of June. 
2nd Tucs. ofOctober. 
Thur.be.lstTu.Jne. 
'Vhur.af.2ndTu.0ct. 
thur. af.2dTu. Jnc. 
Thur.af.3rdTu.Oct. 
2nd Tues. of June. 
1st Tues. of Octol)€r. 
4th Tues. of June. 
3rd Tues. of Oct. 
Lost Tues. of Sept'r. 
3rd Tues. of June. 
2nd Tucs. of June. 
3rd Tues. ofOctober. 
4th Tues. of .lane. 
Tu. bet", last Tu. Sep. 



'At Halifax there are four Sittings and three Terms of the Couit.— The Sittings 
for the trial of Civil Causes arc hcJd on the Fourth Tuesday of October and the 
Tliiid Tuesday of April. Causes can be set down for trial out of the regular 
sittings. A Judge sits in Chambers twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays. 



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Judjje, ($1000) lion. James McDonald, Chief Justice. Registrar, 
Lowis W. DesBarres. Deputy Re./istrar, James A. McDonald. 
Marshal, Wm Twinin^^. Solicitors, the Barristers and Attornies of the 
Supreme Court. Bank of Deposits, The Bank of Nova Scotia. 



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E. D. Treinain. 
K.J. Cogswell. 
S. A. CUesIey. 



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J. N. 8. Marshall. 
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(Jr. Campbell. 
Hichard Loweiisou. 



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H. 1{. Cunningham. 
Wm. D. U. Cameron, 
.laines (r. Foster. 
W. Walter Rickards. 
Donald J. McDonald 
HtMiry liovett. 
Wui. A. Gi'etz. 



Jno. Ilainillon Lane. 
Nathaniel Freeman, 
l>. O'C. Madden. 
Robert G. Irwin 
F. W. Homer. 
A. F. Hnliburton. 



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C. N. Harrington. 
John (lillis. 
James K. lUair. 
James K. I'unly. 
Clins. S. Mulr." 
John S. McNeill. 
Wm. isutherland. 
W. D. K. Cameron 
Alonzo J. White. 
David Hamilton. 
J. A. McDonnell. 
Fred. Hrown. 
Henry Railey. 
.James Williams. 
Jno. Ferguson. 
N. Freeman. 
Thomas T. Jeau. 
Robert (i. Irwi*. 
F. W. Homer. 
Alex. Taylor. 
Albert Gayton. 



Bevising Officers under new Franchise Act. 

A. \V. Savary, County Judjre Annapolis. 

C. Krnest (iri'sor}', cj. c, Barrister Antigonish. 

Norman J. Layton, Barrister Colchester. 

W. A. 1). Morse, Co. ,Jud{i;e Cumberland. 

,)ame: H. llearn, Barrister Cape Urclon. 

A.. W . avary, Co. Judge l^'{?'>.y- 

A. II. y •(Jillivray, Q. c, Barrister Guysboro. 

Breiitoii H. Eaton, Q o., Barrister Halifax. 

Charles Kdgar Dc Wolfe, Judge of Probate Hants. 

Jolin L. McDoutfail, I'.arrister Inverness. 

Fred A. Marsters, Barrister Kings. 

James A. McLean. Barrister . Lunenburg. 

Jolm MeGdvray, ^t c , Barrister Pictou. 

Wm. H. (Jutler. <j. «., Barrister Kichmond. 

Frank Bianchard, Barrister Slielburne. 

J. J. McCalie, Barrister Victoria. 

J. \V«»twurtb Uingay, q. c, Barrister Yarmout'i. 



Foraa of Affidavit to be annexed to any accoitnt or claim ' 

rendered by a Creditor to an Executor or 

Administrator. 

A. B. of , makeih oath and saith, tliat the foroji;oinf; 

paper "ritinj; doth contain a true and correct uccount of his deinaiid 

ugiiinst fi»e estate of , deceased, and that all tiic credits 

to which tlie defeased was 1, nestly and justly cniitlcd, so far as 
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Sec. 54, Chup. 96, B. S. 

ENOIiAND. 

Alfred Hcales, 45 Oartnr'a Lane, Doctors' Commons. .London 

KuHfacfi Anderson, 17 [roninoii{;ers Limo 

Edward Webb 

Thoa. Santbrd I{olph. 9 Throgmorton Street 

Alex. Gillespie, jr 

Seaton F. Tavlor, 5 Grays Inn Square 

Wm. D. Treshlield, 5 Bunk Biiildin{,'s 

John A. Matleson Austen, Troaisdj 

Wm. Law Gane, 54i Bishopf^utc Street within 

Henry K. Pollock, 4 Great Winchester St London 

John Hands, fi (^ueen Victoria St 

Frederick Parish 

Dudley Wm. Bere.sford, Leathtey, Ironfields 

Thos. Wm. Bischoff, 4 Great nV inchesler St 

liobert Thomas Lattey, 16 Dovonsliire Square 

Wm. R. A. Kime, 49 Bedford Row 

Edward Harry Adoock 

James H. Dodgson 

Philip H. Coxe, 4 Great Winchester St 

Edward Wesley Nunn, 27 Grasschurch St 

Geo. E. Solomon, 28 Holborn Square 

Alex. James Murray, 1 Clement Inn, Strand 

John Howard, 143 Cameron St., F. C 

Wm. F. Boydell Westford, Herts 

J. G. (yolmer London 

Wm. B. Hamlyn Torquay 

Geo. Thos. Ilaiyh Liverpool 

J. H. S. Dyke, Canadian Immigration Agent. 
Wm B. M. Bird, 5 Grays Inn Square. 

Sydney Cheale Tunbridge Wells 

Richard Thomas Andrew Smith, No. 1 Calverly Mt. " 

Edgar Banting London. 

Coryndon Matthews Plymouth 

Thos. R. Pennington, Westminster Chambers Liverpool 

Scotland. 

Alex. Patterson Purves Edinburgh 

Hugh James Rollo, 14 Young St 

Wm. Alex. McLaren, Writer to the Signet 

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Thomas McLaren Kdinburgh 

Hector Rose McKenzie, ,'59 Union Stre'st, , , luyiitnetm. 

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IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 

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Davidson Black Toronto. 

Thos. Dawson Delamere 

Francis A. Anglin 

Henry Barber 

W. C. McCarthy 

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John I'ophum 

Fred. Styles Lyman 

A rch. VVm. StevoiiBon 

A Vila Hoiiibonniere, 83 Rue St. JacqiiCB 

James Nasmilh GreensliieldH 

J. Aylwin Creighfon 

George U. Locker 

Samuel C.Fatt 

O'Hara Havnea 

John C. Griffin 

Edward Graves 

(Charles Cushing 

John Sprott Archibald 

Alex Fowler Riddell 

Edmund Guerin 

Duncan McCormich 

•inmes G. Ross Montreal 

Ilenrv Kavanagh ' 

Frederick Hague " 

W.H.Olive " 1 

P. C. Heachesne Carleloii,!'. Q. 

Henry James Morgan Ottawa 

R. J. Meaksteed •' 

Theophilus IL Oliver Quebec. 

Michael Esdraa Bi-rnier " 

F. X. Gossehn 

Hon F. G. Marshand St.Johns.P Q. 

Nkw Brunswick. 

Alfred H. Demille St.John.NlJ. 

X. Herbert Vail 

John Ktirr 

Stephen Rand 

Warren C. Wiuslow 

Charles A . Stockton 

Edmund G. Kaye 

Geo. C. Coster 

J. Roy Campbell 

Augustus Harvey Hannington 

James Jack 

Saml Gay Morse Hopewell, Albert Co 

Frank AlcCully Moncton. 

Princk Ednvard Island. 

Thomas Kelly Summerside 

Manitoba. 

Wm. E. McLellan Winnipeg 

James W. E. Darby 

William Johnston Tupper Winnipeg. 

BniTisH Columbia. 

Albert Alex. Boak Vancouver. 

Albert J. Hdl New Westminsler. 

NE^yFOUNDLAND. 

Geo. H. Emerson Saint John. 

India. 

Lieut. Genl. Donald M. Stewart Bengal 

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Arthur 1. McLeod, 50 School Street Boston. 

Ed W(l. J. Jones 

Samuel Jennison 

Oharles A. Shnw 

Charlpa HhU Adams 

Winalow Warren 

Uenj. A. Lockhart 

Elnicr K. Youn^r 

lleclor Baxter, 420 Guaranty Tioan BuiMing Minneapolis 

E. A. Greeley Boston 

Fred. P. Kairbnnks New York 

W. E. Scovill, 120 Broadway " 

Joseph B. Brainan '♦ 

John J. Ward " 

(Charles H. Hvde " 

Wiliiiim T. liardenbrook, 38 Park Row " 

ThomisJ. Hunt rhiladelphia. 

Graeme M. Wilson , Bay City, Michigan 

Philip A. Hoyne Chicago 

Saml. K. Hamilton Boston. 

Daniel B. Whittier " 

Cliailps Taylor New York. 

Warren M. Meade St. Paul, Minneftota. 

Hobie S. Keid Port Townsend, Washington Ty. 

Livingston W. Cleaveland . New Haven. 



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For the Province of Queiibo. 
Thomas Ritchie 



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For the Province of Ontario. 

Thomas Ritchie Halifax 

II. T.Jones " 

Edgar N. Clements Yarmouth. 

For the Province of New Brunswick. 

J. M. Chisholm Halifax 

diaries R. Smith Amherst 

Eilgar N. Clements Yarmouth 

n. E. Gillis Annapolis Royal. 

W Inglis Moffat Amherst 

For the State of Massachusetts. 

Byron A. Weston • Halifax 

George Bingay Yarmouth. 

Edgar N. ('leinents Yarmouth 

II. E. Gillis .Annapolis Royal 

For Newfoundland. 

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MUNICIPAL COUNCILLORS. 



County of Annapolis. 

Ward No. I, Joseph A. Balcom ; No. 2, George H Vrooin ; No. 

8. J Rupert Elliott ; No. 4, Alfred Vidito ; No. 5, Walter O. Bent; 
No. 6, S. W. W. Pickup ; No. 7, Daniel Croiiin ; No. 8, Janries p' 
Roop; No. 9, Willard G. Clark; No. 10, J. J. Ritchie and W. c! 
Healy ; No. 11, Weston A. Fowler; No. 12, Elias Reals; No. 13] 
Oliver MncNavr ; No. 14, Adelbert Thomas ; No. 15, Joshua Buckler •' 
No. 16, R. G.E. Leckie. 

County of Antigonish. 
District No. 1, H. R. McAdam ; No. 2, Lauchlin McEncliren ; 
No. 3, Allan Bojd ; No. 4, Huph McLelInn ; No. ft, Archibald 
Cameron ; No. 6, Angus Mncdonell ; No. 7, JohnChisholm ; No 8 
Arthur Gerroir ; No. 9, W. J. Symonds ; No. 10, W. C. Chisholtn • 
No. 11, Hugh McDougall. 

County of Cape Breton. 
District No. 1, Vincent MuUins ; No. 2, D. McDonald; No. 3, 
Neil Ferguson ; No. 4, Josiah Day ; No. H, H. C. V LeVatte; No. 6, 
Patrick O'Toole ; No. 7, R. R. Morrison ; No 8, Dan, McLean ; No' 

9, A. J. McDonald; No. 10, M. McKenzie ; No. 11, John Cadegan' 
No. 12, R. A. H. MacKeen ; No. 13, Stephen McNeil ; No 14, Colin 
(hisholm; No 1.5, Donald Morrison; No. 16, William Burke; No. 
17, D. .M. Gillis ; No. 18, Alex. Campbell; No. 19, Angus Curry ;No! 
20, James Carroll; No. 21, A. J. McDonald; No 22, M. 1). McDonald: 
No. 23, Luke Day. 

County of Colchester. 

District No 2, Hugh McNutt ; No. 3, Enos Boomer; No. 4, H. 0. 
Biuelow ; No. 6, Eliakim Tupper ; No. 6. C. D. Croelman ; No. 7, H. 
H. Eaton ; No. 8, A\e\. McKay ; No. 9, Jamcii McKay ; No. 10, John! 
McKinnon; No. II, J. W. Cassidy ; No 12, John A. 'Vjlson ; No. 13, i 
Ralph Johnson ; No. 14, Charles Putnam ; No, I.*), (}. C. Stevens ; No! 
16, J. A. McDormnn ; No. 17, B. T. Creelman ; No. 18, Edmund 
Lewis ; No. 19, A. F. Bentlcy ; No. 20, D. McGill Johnson ; No. 21, 
William Smith ; No. 22, John P. Langille ; No. 23, John C. Gas.s. 

County of Cumberland. 

DistriJ't No 1, E. J Embrce, Jamrs H. Grey, Enoch Ripley ; No. 
2, Robert McDona'd ; No. 3, James W Brownell, J. K. Rend;' No. 4, 
Thomps(m Ox ley ; No. 5, Job H. Seaman, Robert Christie ; No. 6, 
M. B. Smith ; No. 7, D. Redmond, Peter McLean ; No. 8, J. L. 
McKim, Ira Drysdale ; No. 9. Josh. Livingstone; No. 10, Robert 
Dewis ; No. II,' J. P. Fullerton, R. W. Spicer; No. 12, Brenton 
KIderkin ; No. 13, E. Howard ; No. 14, John Mclnnis ; No 15, T. M, 
Johnson; No. 16, John W. Howett. 

Municipality of Diffby. 
District No. I, Cereno H. Purdy ; No. 2, Nathaniel R. Wcstcott; 
No. 4, Willinm H. Eldringe ; No. 5, Percival Powell ; No. 6, Collins 
Titus; No. 7, James S. Bingay ; No. 8, James Dunbar; No. 13, 
Charles T. Pyne ; No. 15, Charles II. Denton ; No. 16, Frank Jones; 
No. 17, Alex. Daley. 



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District of Clare. 
District No. 9, Charles C. GHudet ; No. 10, J. B. Bblle/eau and 
Basil Doncett; No. 11, V. T. Saulnier nnd P^tienne Doucctt; No. 12, 
Nicholas Deveau, (Warden) ; No. 14, Jnmes A. Taylor. 

Municipality of Quysboro*. 
District No 1, Itobt. McKeen ; No. 2, T. W. Ferguson ; No. 3, 
W. G. Simpson ; No. 4, John M. Grant ; No. 5, David S. Hendesbee ; 
No, 6, William Walsh ; No. 7, David HnJson ; No. 11, Andrew 
Hnley; No. 14, Thomas O'Neill; No. 15. John McMillan ; No. 16, 
James W. Sangster; No. 17, Alex. Tate; No. 19, Frederick A. 
Mahoney ; No. 21, Geo. B. Hadley. 

District of St. Mary's. 
District No. 8, W. D. R. Cameron, Jus. McDaniel ; No. 9, Geo. 
E. Publicover; No. 10, Wm. Fisher, J. W. Art-hibald ; No. 12, John 
Gillies; No. 13, Alex. Hattie ;. No 18. Alex. Sinclair; No. 20, James 
Hemlow. 

County of Halifax. 

District No. 7, John Hays ; No. 8, John Fagrnn ; No. 9, Charles 
E. Smith; No. 10, Clarence W. Christian; No. 11, Jas. Edward 
Grono; No. 12, Alvan Hubley, j. p. ; No. 13, John W. Umlah ; No. 
14, H. M. McCallum : No. 15, Thos. S. Donaldson ; No. 16, Samuel 
Thompson, J P. ; No. 17, Geo. H. Kerr ; No. 18, B. C. Wilson, J I*.; 
No. 19, Geo. H. Madill, J. r. ; No. 20, Thomas Cole; No. 21, John 
H. Taylor, j. p. ; No. 22, George Bwnia, j. p ; No. 23, J. H. Bart 
lett ; No. 24, Alex. W. Smith ; No. 2.^, Orestes P. Frnser ; No. 26, 
W. C. Henley, J. p ; No. 27, Peter Myers ; No. 28, Danl. P. 
Lapierre, J. p. ; No. 29, Jas. H. Sellers, j. p. ; No. 33. Joseph 
Thomas; No. 31, John G. Biasett, j. p.; No 32, John E. Shatford, 
J p. ; No. 33. James Conrod ; No. 34, John Kirker, j. p. ; No. 35, 
Alex. McMullen ; No. 36, Dennis Smith; No. 38, James Morasli, j. p. 

County of Hants, (WestV 
District No. 1, Wm. Sharp; No, 2, Jas. Spence, Wm. Philips; 
No. 3, Nelson Casey, Robt. Chambers ; No. 4, R. J. U. Salter ; No 5. 
John S. Smith, Walter Aylward ; No. 6, Jas. R. Moaher, E. A. Ban- 
croft; No. 12, Geo. Vaughan ; No. 16, Wm. A. Porter ; No. 17, W. 
H. Knowles ; No. 18, John S. Parker. 

County of Hants, (East). 
District No. 7, Thomas Mehnn ; No. 8, Benj. Blois ; No 9, 
Milton O'Brien, Daniel Morrison ; No. 10, Jas. A. Thompson, Geo. 
P. Thompson ; No. 11, Gilmore McDougall, William Laurence, Gavin 
Stairs ; No. 13, A. Kirkpatrick, Wm. Dodd ; No. 14, D. C. Brown ; 
No. 15, John B. McDonald, John McCulloch. 

County of Inverness. 
District No. 1, H. A. Archibald, Allan Mclnnia; No. 2, Allan 
McLellan, Duncan Cameron ; No. 3, John B. McLellen ; No. 4, ! 
Alexander J. McDonald ; No. 5, Lewis McKeen ; No. 6, A. D. 
McLean; No. 7, A. T. McDougall ; No. 8, Angus McLennan, M. D.; 
No. 9, Angus Collins; No. 10, Donald McDermid ; No. 11, Macellin 
Muise, Laz.ire LeBlanc ; No. 12, Neil McAulay ; No. 13, Allan 
McLennan ; No. 14, Neil McMillan ; No. 15, Angus McCormick ; No. 
16, James McKay; No. 17, Angus Beaton ; No. 18, J. F. Macdonald; 



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No. 19, Arch. Cameron; No. 20, Angus Mcintosh; No. 21, M. J. 
Doucet. 

County of Kings. 

Ward No. 1, Lcander Rand, J. E. Steele; No. 2, John P. Lyons; 
No. .3, W. E. Roacoe ; No. 4, Joseph A. Kinsman ; No. 5, Thoa. h! 
Morse ; No. 6, Ainslev Bishop, Henry Patterson ; No. 7, W. e! 
Anderson ; No. 8, Bnoben F, Reid; No. 9, Fred G. Curry; No. lo, 
P. M. Balcom, m. d.; No. 11, Lawrence Gaul; No. 12, A. K 
Patterson; No. 13, Isaiah S. Pineo ; No. 14, Chas. O. Cook. 

Municipality of L.unenburg. 

District No. 1, James H. Brown and David Lohnes ; No. 2, James 
II, Wentzel ; No. 3, Lewis Knant and George A. Pickles, m. d. ; Ko. 
4, James E. Danphinee ; No. 5, William H. DeLong and Helj 
MacKay ; No. 8, William S. Drew ; No. 9, George H. West and W.J. 
Wentzel; No. 10, Thomas 8. Howe; No. 13, George A. Boliver. 

District of Chester. 

District No. 6 Burton Henniker ; No. 7, Nathan Keddy ; No. u 
David Turner; No. 12, Geo. E. Shatford; No. 14. Henry Bouflliir. ' 

County of Fictou. 

District No. 1 , John Ferguson ; No. 2, Alex. Eraser ; No. 3, 
James Kitchen ; No. 4, Arch. McKenzie ; No. 5, Alex. J.^McKay ; No! 
6, Roderick McKay ; No. 7, James Campbell ; No. 8, John I) 
Cameron; No, 9, Colin Eraser; No. 10, A. J. Mcintosh; No. 1|, 
D. Sutherland; No. 12, Jas. W. Eraser; No. 13, Thos. Marshall; 
No. 14, John D. McQneen; No. 15, Alex. McBean ; No. 16, Jas. T. 
Thompson ; No. 17, Robt. McLeod ; No. 18, Wm. McLeod ; No. 19 
John W. Smith ; No. 20, Allan McPhie ; No. 21, John S. Copeland' 
No. 22, Rodk. McDougall ; No. 23, J. F. Oliver ; No. 24, John d! 
Eraser ; No. 26, E. M. McDonald. 

County of Queens. 

District No. 1, A. W. Moren; No. 2, Enos Millard; No. 3, 
W. H. Farquhar ; No. 4. Isaiah Leslie ; No. 5, Allan Tupper ; No. 6, 
James McLeod; No. 7, Thos. A. Hemeon ; No. 8, J. N. Wylde; 
No. 9, J. N. Mack ; No. 10, C. C. Freem«n ; No. 11, W. S. Crocker; 
No. 12, Chas. Harlow ; No. 13, John E. Freeman. 

County of Biohmond. 

District No. 1, L. G. Power ; No. 2. J. R. Thomson ; No. .3, A.E. 
Morrison ; No. 4, D A. McLeod ; No. 5. Don. McLean ; No. 6, Arch. 
Morrison ; No. 7, Wm. E. Morrison ; No. 8, Jno. J. Johnson ; No. 9, 
Jno. Murchison ; No. 10, Wm Brymer ; No. 11, Jeffrey LeBlanc; No. 
12, William Chisholm; No. 13, Norman McAskill. 

County of Shelburne. 

District No. 1, James A. McKay, Ed^vard P. Greenwood ; No. 2, 
P. E. C. Bower ; No. 3, E J. Murphy, Samuel I. Crowe ; No. 4, 
James Bower; No. 5. R. W. Freeman ; No. 6, J. E. Lloyd, W. A. 
McDonald ; No. 7. Alexander Harlow, W. A. Griffin. 



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District of Barrington. 

District No. 7, Jno. R. Lawrence, Thos. W. Robertson ; No. 6, 
Tlios. W. Covert, Smith A. Nickerson ; No. ft, Jno, Marden, Jno. M. 
Shand ; No. 8, Jo^iah Spinney ; No. 9, James Densmore m. d. 

Couniy of Victoria. 

DifltrictNo. I, R. A. MacNeil ; No. 2, Farquhar MacRue; No.' 
3, M. H. MncKenzie, (Warden) ; No. 4, John iM. Buchanan ; No. ft, ' 
Alexander Mdjeod ; No 6, Donald MacKenzie ; No. 7, John E. 
MacLeod ; No. 8, Wm. Hellen ; No. 9, ChHS. McDonald ; No. 10, 1 
Alex. McDonnUl ; No. 11, Rodk. MacLeod; No. 12, C. L. Campbell ;' 
No. 13, Murdoch McDonald; No. 14, John McDonald; No. 15, Jas. I 
0. McDonald ; No. 16. M. E. McKay ; (Dep. Warden) ; No. 17, John 
Patterson; No 18, V. B. McNeil. 

County of Yarmouth. 

District, No. 1, Jonathan Randall ; No. 2, John A. Hatfield ; 
No. 3, Nathanier P. Crosby ; No. 4, Wm. Staley Porter ; No. 5, 
Zavbariah Pallin ; No. 6, William Corning; No. 12, Edward Hilton; 
No. 13, Abram M. Hatfield. 

District of Argyle. 

District No. 14, Anselm 0. Portier; No. 15 and 16, E. C- 
Sinionson. and Lizen V. Porter; No. 17 and 22, (). W. Slocomb ; No- 
18, 19 and 21, James Arairo; No. 20, Samuel W. Hamilton. 



CORONERS. 



County of Annapolis — Gilbert F. Ditmars, Steph Crosscup, 
Isaac B. Bonnett, Zebediuh Crosscup, Robert J. Ellison, m.d., John 
Bohaker, Isaac Dunn, Samuel C. Roop, Weston A. Fowler, Henry 
F. Burns, Samuel Primrose, m.d., Charles W. Parker, John Charlton, 
Lcnnder R. Morse, I.srael Parker, Alfred Winchester, S. N. Miller, 
Geo Gibson, Russell Wither.'*, S. B. Troop, D. J. Morse. 

CoDNTY OF Antioonish — William H. Macdonald, m.d., Edmund 
Corbett, Alex Mcintosh, m.d., J. C. McKinnon, m.d., Alex J. 
Cliisholm, M.D. , 

CotJNTY OF Cape Breton — Ronald McDonald, Michael A, 
McDonald, M.D. , R. A. H. McKeen, m.d. Robt. Martin, Thos. Fortune. 
John McLean, m.d.. Jas Hardy, Gabarus, C. D. Barnaby, m.d, 

Louisburg. 

County op Colchester — Elisha Roach, m.d., Chas Bent, m.d, 
J. L. Peppard, m.d., George Fulton, David H. Muir, m.d., James 
Kerr, h.d., D. M. Johnson, m.d., S. G. A. Morrison, Herbert Fulton, 
Fred S. Yorston. 



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County of Cumbbbland — Chas Wttrd, Jno T. Suitor, H. A. 
Davison (Parrsboro'), R.J. Scott, Robt Mitchull, M.i>., Boiij 8. Sen- 
man, J. Wni. Cove, m.d., C. Allan Black, m.u,, 'Jwlin Daley, Alox. 
C. Angus, M.i>., Koheniiah Ayor, m i> , S. I*. F. Cook, m,d., F. A. 
Rand, M. D., Stephen Oxloy, TiJniHh ; l*otor McDonald, PugwnMh, 
Frank Seaman, m.d., Robt T. GlcnUennintf, M.I),D N. Morrison, m.d. 

County op Diody— C. II. Donton, John Daloy, C. II. Payson, 
Jacob S. Allen, L. J. Lovclt, m. d. 67ar«— AnHolm M. Comeau, 
Henry C. Sabean, M. £. Armstrong, M.D. 

County of Quysuoro' — Alex Falconer, m.d., W. H. Wylde, 
John McKenzie, m.d. 

County of Halifax — Wm II. Weeks, m.d., AlfVod Crotichcr, 
M.D., Andrew Cowic, m.d., Edward FarroU, M.n., Jolin 8. Brine, 
Thomas E. Chase, m.d., Thomas R. Almon, M.D., Jno Bomcrs, m.d., 
John Lingley, Finlay McMillan, m.d., A C. Uawkiiii, md, D. H. 
Mackenzie, m.d , W. D. Finn, M.D., E. D. MvI.enii, M.n. 

County of Hants — F. N. Burj^oss, m.d., C. J. Gossin, m.d., 
Samuel M. Weeks, m.d.. Geo. W. Smith, J. W. Weld, m.d., N. p. 
Burgess, Burlington. \ 

_ County of In vurnkss— Duncan McLean, John Mcintosh, m.d., 
A. IC. McLean, m.d., John Cameron, M u., J. W, McLean, m d., A. 
.McLcllan, m.d , A. G. Carmichael, m.d. 

County of Kings — James S. Miller, M.D., GoorffO Hamilton, 
Ilcnry Lovett, Jas F. Palmer, James N. Fitch, M.D.. Wni i . Fullerton, 
M.D., Dnnicl B. Parker. H. B. Webster, m.d., W. 8. Woodworih, m.d., 
A. R. Andrews, m.d., Geo. W. Bell, md., J. B. March. 

County of Lunenbuko — Charles Gray, m.d., Cha« Atkinn.M.D., 
Wm H. Owen, Jas. K. Dauphiue, George Ross, Ilonry Alders, K C. 
Lewis, M.D., J. E. Whitfoid, Chester; H. A. March, m.d., Alex, 
Treihewa}', Clicsley's Corner; F. S. Mebsenger, Peilio Riviere. 

County of Pictou — Samuel \. Foster, Lewis Johnston, m.d, 
Don. McGillivray, m, d., John Smith, m.d., Murdoch Sutlierlaiidj 
M.D., James R. Collie, m.d., John F. McDonald, m.d., Geo. J. Mc- 
Kenzic, m.d., Evan* Kennedy, m.d., Thos IlenderkOn, Morigotnish. 

County of Queen's— Jas Collie, Jos B. Harlow, Colin Campbell, 
M. J. Drew, H. W. Cole, m.d., H. G. Farish, m,d. 

County of Richmond— Edmund P. Flynn, Maurice Kavanagh, 
Wm Brymer, D. Grouchy. 

County of SiiELnuitNE — Robert W. Freeman, Samuel W. 
Burns, m.d., James D. Densmore, m.d., Wm A. McDonald, KiiusC* 
Smith, H. H. Banks, md., George K. Minos. ^y^ 

County op Victoria— Jno McLollan, 8. G. A. McKoen, m.d,, 
John L. Bcthune, m.d., John McLean, 

County OP Yarmouth — Yarmouth — Nat Hilton, A.M. Perrin 
M.D., A. J. Morse, m.d., F. S. Wade, m.d, A. J, Fuller. Andt- 
Matthew Jeffrey, Forman Hatfield, Wm Barton, m.d., Wm. H. Bent, 
M.D., Thos Kirby, m.d., Chas. A. Webster, m.d,, F. S. Wade, m.d 



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Commissioners for Giving Relief to Insolvent Debtors 
and for taking Affidavits to Hold Bail. 

CooNTY OF Annapolis— WUllftm Y. Foiitor, Jno Mllli, Hobert 
MillH, T. W. Choslev, Thoa. C. Wheelotk, Alhoit Huali, L. 8. Morse, 
William Uoardon, HIchardson Hnrrld, A. W. Corbott, Ulchard J. 
Uniiicko, J. O. 11. Parker, William Clilpman, Albert Morse, Kdwin 
Rufjifles, John B. MilU, Timothy C. Bohakor, Cliai JacquoM, Honry 
Phinney, O. M. Taylor, Jas H. Whitman, 0. T. Daniels, W. W. 
Clark, James Horsfall, A. W. Harris, J. M. Owen, Fredk. T^avitt, 
John Ervin, John Morgan. 0. 8. Miller, Kdtfor II. Porter, M. C. Boon, 
Kleiwer GIdncy. Wm. H. Miller, Benj. B. lUrdwIck, Henry Parks, J. 
Inglis Nixon, F. R. Fay. John L. Cox, Samuel Legg. 

County of Antioonish— W. F. MncPhie, C.P. Chisholm, Fidward 
Corbott, Alexander Mclnnis, John C. McKlnnon, m.d., Donald McDon- 
ald, Wm. Gerrlor, C. N. HarrinRtou, Joseph A. Wall, Daniel C. 
ClilBholra, Wm. Chisholm, D. F. McGarry, 

Co. of Caph Brhton— Jno. McT^ian, Joi. McVnrlsh, Blowers 
Archiliald. Colin Chisholm, L. E. Tremain, Fred Moseloy, Martin J. 
Plioran, Murray Dodd, Jno Qlllis, Walter Crowe, Goo n. Ingrabam, 
Chfts W. Hill, A. J. Q. McEachcn, John 0. McNeil, W. E. Peters, 
Sydney; Otto B. Lewis, N. Sydney ; John Baker, N. Sydney ; Daniel 
M. Curry, Sydney ; David A. Hearn. Arlchat { Daniel D. McKcnzie, 
N. Sydney ; Joseph McDonald, L. X. McDonald, Win. Ilackctt jr.; 
An{,'us G. McLean, Don A. Cameron, John C. 'IWnsend, Sydney; 
Wm II. McAlpine, Loulsburg ; W. A. G. Hill, Sydney; Joseph 
McDonnld, Daniel McPhee, North Sydney ; Ak'X McGilllvray, 
L. Glace Bay. 

Co. OP Coi.oiiKSTBR— James K. Bloir, John T. B. Henderson* 
Wni. A. Fillmore, Eliakim Tapper, jr., John Millar, Alexander C- 
Paiterjion, Norman J. Layton, Qoori;o Gunu, Firninn McLurc, A. N. 
Tapper, T. N. Dnnphy, 8. D. McLellan, R. W. Hamilton, 8aml F. 
Moriison, L. G. Crowe, 8, W. Cummings, Wm. McDonald, T. M. 
King, J. E. Corbett. 

Co. OF CuMUKRLAND— J. Z. Bliss, Wllllftm Oxloy, Amos Purdy. 
W. Y. King, Arthur Davidson, Thompson J. Ccpp, Collingwood Pugs- 
ley, Angus McGillivrav, John M. Townhhond, Wm. I. Morfatt, Chas. R- 
Smith, Alexander M, Wills, J. William Cove, m.Om, Arthur H. Dickey» 
William Moifatt, John Howson, William Giconflold, Edward 
B. Blenkhorn, Gilbert Seaman, Alexander 8. Townshend, C. E. 
Ratcliford, -Richard L. Black, John W. Hickman, W. Fred. 
Donkin, Lemuol Bigney, John W. Morris, B. W. Ralston, Donald 
J. McLeod, Benj. S. Seaman, Wm E. Blenkhorn, Wm Slodo, Chas 
W. Lane, Kphraim Howard, J. Alder Davis, Rufus S, Purdy, Frank 
L. Poors, Spring Hill ; Fredk. R. Eaton, Chas. McCftbe, Parrsboro; 
Michaol Dowlln, Amhi-rst ; W. B. Huestis, Amherst; Chas 8. Chop- 
man, Amherst; Hanco J. Logan, Amherst; C, E. Cnsoy, Amherst ; 
Joshua U. Livingston, Wentworth; Jas. W. Browuell, Linden; 
Arcbd. W. Foster, Springhill ; Richard LowerUon, Amhertit. 






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98 0OMMISSIONBR8 FOR RKMRP TO INROLVKNT DBIITORS. 

County of Dioby.— W. W. CInrko, K. R. Tuppor, WlUiam B. 
Stewart, B. H. Rufffrles, Edward lIo|{Nn, Jno V. I'urdy, Charles 11. 
Denton, John Iloldxworth, FrancU lliitulilnion, Jiio. A. KummcII, 
Jeremiah McLau)];hlin, Weymouth Hrid|rff| Watson Haunders, ShiuIv 
Cove; A. J. S. Copp ; Solomon M. Dakin, Contrevillo: John \i. 
Hunt, Smith's Core, John Kinney, Weymouth ; II. L. Ulnck, CImilcs 
Burrell. Snml. McCormack, Allan V. Wade, Frank Jonea, Diu1)v ; 
Bernard Ilavcy, Freeport; Jacoh B. All«n, ticnvcr River; J, a. 
Grierson, Weymouth. Clarm— A. M, Comvan, Gabriel Saulnhr. 

Co. OF GoYSBORo'— William 0, Scott, V. 0. Cullen, John 
McMillan, William Hartiiliorne. Alex. Toroy, W. I). R. Cameron, 
Daniol Hattie, Allan MuQuarrie, 0. M. Franchevillo, W. H. WyUlo' 
jaa. McLellan, Daniel McKinnou, A. W. Hart, A. Q. W inter bothnin,' 
Samuel H reeplca, Jantca H. Buckley. 

Co. OF Halifax— Joseph Kayo, Benjamin O. Gray, William 
Twining, William F. McCoy, John D. Tup))or, John H. Anderson, 
Alexander Stephen, William R. FuHter, J. Wilkerfurce Lon^^lcy, 
Lewis W. DesBarres, William Munro, Byron A. Weston, Thomas 
Ritchie, John M. Chitiholm, H. h. Blaoka«icr, Charles SWt'mv 
Harrington, John T. Bulmer, Oourue 11. Floldlnff, Frcduriik 1^ 
Outram, Jonathan Parsons, F. 0. Forbes, Wm Condon, J. W. 
Kelly Johnston, Edwin D. King, Wd) Ilay, John Monger, Geo 
Ritchie, W. W. McLellan, F. J. Trenialne, Iloward Clarke, Wm C 
Henley, Chas H. Smith, Alf Whitman, J. L. Griffin, J. T. Itoss, 
J. L. Barnhill, Jno McDougall, Robt Molton. Wm B. Ross, Wm B 
Wallace, Wallace McDonald, W. A. Mills. M. U. Lenoir, W. R. M. 
HartUn, A. G. Troop, Jaa A. McDonald, Wm W. Walsh, Alfred E. 
Silver, Adams A. McKay, W. H. Covort, II. T. Jones, Andrew 
CInncv, Jos F. Frame, Wm. H. IIugKini, W. A. Henry, W. B. 
MacCoy, T. F. Tobin, Jas M. Davison, T. J. Cnlialane, E. C. 
Swan8on, Thos Notting, Alex McNeil, M. N. Duylo, F. F. Mathers, 
U. B. Stairs, C. B. Burns, R. W. Crowe. 

Co. OF Hants— John O. King, M. H. Oottdgo, George H. King, 
J. W. Ouseley, H. Percv Scott, Adam Roy, Sti'bhcn Putnam, .1. E. 
Fitch, John Lynch, G. W. Smith, W. M. Christie, Robt. Faulkner, 
Wm. O'Brien, Thomas Aylward, Herl)Ort W. Sangsicr, Jas W. Curry, 
Wm H. Moshcr, Robt B. Eaton, Jamos Fatquliar, Newport; Alba 
Redden, Windsor ; William Sangvter, Falmouth ; John A. Taylor, 
Hantsport. 

Co. OF Inverness — Angus McDonald, William McPherson 
Donald McDonald, A. A. Taylor, James T. Lawrence, John 
McKay, D. F. McLean, Wm. Clough, John A. McDonnell, Donald 
Gillis, Daniel McNeill, Alex. Bain, 11. A. ForbeM, Duncan McLean, 
James McDonald, Peter Smith, Allan McMillan, Duncan McDonnell, 
Angus McLauchlin, John G. McKay, Archd. J. Mci)ouald, Neil 
McAulay, Moses J. Doucot, John R. McDonald. A. J. Macdonuld, 
Mabou; Daniel McLennan, Alex McNeill, Port Hood; R. G 
McLellan, Port Hood; Dun McDonell, Long Point; Alexander T. 
McDonald, Robi Frizzle, Brook Village; Kenneth McLcunan, 
Med ford. 

Co. OF Kings— Frank F. Eaton, William Crane, Danl B, Parker, 
Geo Hamilton, Grco Dodge, Arthur W. Smith, Joi Benjamin Davison, 



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0OMMI88IONKI18 FOR RBMBP TO INSOLVENT DBBl'QRS. 99 



John n. Dennlson, Edward A. Pyke, John Hamilton, E. Sidney 
Crawley, John P. Chipman, Wentworth R. Roacoe, JohnW. Wallace 
Barclay Webster, E. M. Beckwith, E. J. Coprswell, Chaa F. Rockwell' 
Frodk Brown, W. P. Shaffner, A. C. VanBuskirk, H. E. Jefferson • 
J. A. Northup, Canning ; B. H. Arrastrontf, Wolfville. 

Co. or LuNBNDUKO— A. K. McTiean, .James Dowlinj?, .Tames D- 
Solijj, William J. Dauphlnee. Wm. H, Owen, Daniel M. Owen, .las 
A. Cnrll, Edwanl B. Hvson. ThoraaslCurll, fy^muel W. Drew, Patrick 
McGuire, Henry T. Ttoss, Richard H. Griffiths, J. A. Whitford : 
Wm E. Marshall, V J. Paton, Bridgewater. 

Co. OF PiOTOU— Hry R. Narraway, Donald Robertson, A. M. 
Fraser, Richard Tanner, Robert Willis, James Roy, Charles E. 
Tanner, John McGilivray. Fred W. Fraser, Donald Grey, John 
UosH, Wm McTjaren, W. F. McKenzie, John U.Ross, H. A. Heusley, 
,Jas Kitchen. Don McDougall, Hujfh Cameron, EiJwd McLellan, D.W. 
Crockett, H. V. Jennison, HuRh S. Fraser, Rodk McDougall, Wm A. 
Dickson, Edw Doherty, George Patterson, James F. McLean ; AnRua 
McDonald, Baileys Brook ; John II. Sinclair, D. C. Fraser, New Glas- 
gow ; John J. Power, David McKay, Pictou ; H. K. Fitzpatrick, New 
Glasgow; David Logan, Pictou ; R. McD. Langille, Westville, 

Co. OF Q0BBIT8— James Collie, Matthew Drew, Thomas Farrell, 
Francis L. Seldon, Nelson F. McLeod, Lewis Minard, Charles Harlow, 
I. 8. Cashing, David H. McPherson, J. N. 8. Marshall, J. G. Pyke. 

Co. OF Richmond— John R. Smith, Daniel O'C. Madden, John 
Froohil, E. P. Flvnn, John II. Rhindross, David Grouchy, Angus 
McNeil, George H. Bissett, John Morrison, Peter Grouchy, Wiiyam 
U. Cutler, Wm Brymer ; W. E. Morrison, Geo J. Kyte, St. Peters. 

Co. OP Shblbdrnb— R. G. Irwin, George A. Cox, Frank C. 
Blanchard, J. J. E DeMolitor, .John B. Lawrence, Edward A. Capstick, 
Jolm Bower, Edmund Snow, Thomas W. Watson, Andrew C. 
Uol)crt.soii, Edwd Greenwood, Abram C. McLean, George A. Cox, 
,]one\i\\ E. Lloyd, and James Rugglos, Lnckeport ; Arthur Hood, 
Shelburne ; Elijah Nickerson, Wood's Harbor ; E. M. Bill, Shelburne. 

Co. OF ViOToniA — Malcolm Mathoson, Donald McLean, Alex. 
Taylor, jr., D. McDonald, John Burke, John L. Bethune, m.d., 
Alex McDonald, David McDonald, John A. McDonald, Murdoch G. 
McLeod, A. A. McGillivray, Danl Livingstone, John J. McCabe, 
Alex Anderson, D. F. McRao, M. E. McKay, Edwd W. McCurdy, 
Baddeck ; H. P. Blanchard, Bdddeck. 

Co. OF Yarmouth — J. W. H. Rowley, Thomas B. Flint, Nathan 
Hilton, Thos B. Crosby, George Bingay, Bernard E. Rogers, Jos. 
A. Smith, .Stephen B. Murray, Benj Annis, Jas Huntington, Geo R. 
Smith. .kr^^/«— Enos Gardner, Smith Harding, 0. W. Slocumb, 
David L. Porter. 



POPULATION OF PROVINCES. 



Nova Scotia 450,628 

New Brunswick. 321,291 

P.E.Island 109,088 

Quebec * 1,488,686 

Ontario ; 2,112,939 



Manitoba 154,442 

A8»iniboia ) «, .„» 

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British Columbia 32,168 

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County op Annapolis. — Thos 0. Wheelock, Robert Mills 2ud, 
Arthur Dodge, Ambrosn Bent, Martiu Gates, Chas Spurr, JamenE. 
Potter, Job W. Kobbius, Andw H. Harris, Richardson Harris, William 
Croscup, Wra Wcatherspoon, Wm Y. Foster, Jacob Chute, Jas Foster, 
Dimock Gates, Henry Parsons, William J. Croscup, Maoly White,' 
Inglis Phinney, Isaac D. Vroora, Chas. G. Slocurab. Stephen B. 
Hennigar, John Gates, Murray Elliott, Benj Fellows, Wm B. Troop, 
Wm Sliaffner, Benj Shaflner, Harris Foster, George Murdock, Wra. 
Reiordon, Jacob Neilly, Walter Welton,John Sto«'dart,Beruard Calnek, 
John Rjder, William Wright, George Ditmars, Dowe D. Potter, 
William V. Jones, John G. Balcom, William H. Ray, Dowe J. 
Morse, David McLellan, William McLaughlin, Thomas Banks. Wra 
Miller, Jacob Slocomb, Francii Miller, Joel Slocomb, Elias Phinney, 
Wm J. Spinney, Gilford De!ap, John B Troop, William Shaw, 
Israel Lettenv, Avard Chesley, Elias Beals, Edmund Bent, 
Obediah M. I'aylor, Shippy Spurr, Fowler Burns. Wm. Chinman, 
Edward Bauckman, Wm. J. H. Balcom, Wallace Phinney, > John 
Prince, Silas Potter, Chas H. Ford, Jno Anthony, Finlay Ssunders, 
Johu Morgan, Benjamin Goldsmith, Thomas Delap, Ed. Milberry, 
Jas E. Oakes, Chas A. Elliott, Robt Bent, Wm V. Brown, Wellington 




Frederick Leavitt, A. B. Stronach, Charles Jacques, Joseph N. 
North, Christopher Anderson, Charles Brenton. jr., Benj. Starratt, 
Morton Forsyth, John Lockett, Fred Harris, Solomon Chute, 
David Wade. Samuel S. Bogart, James H Thorne, Charles Ditmars, 
Samuel A. Westlake, F. Miles Chipman, Joshua Buckler, Theodore 
Marshall, Henry M. Phinney, Isaiah Dodge, John F Reagh, Joseph 
Bent, Samuel N. Jackson, Christian Grimm, John Bohaker, 
John H^ i-ris, Edwin G. Dodge, Richard Sandford, John G. 
Morrison, Ambrose L. Banks, Johnston W. Oakes, Charles Jacques, 
John Troop, John W. Ray, Albert Wheolock, John V. Thomas, 
Christopher Pickles, Norman H. Phinney, Edward F. McNeill, 
Fletcher Brooks, James H. Slocum, Roger Ray, Wn>. Ray, D. H. 
North, John Brown, Slias Messenger, Stephen Anderson, George 
Kennedy, William E. Armstrong, George McLaughlin, John L. Cox, 
Daniel Palfrey, William C. Woodworth, Charles H. 
Payson, Caleb S. Cole, M. E. Marshall, W. H. Bishop, Paradise ; 
Isaac Woodbury, Wiloiot; Benj B. Hardwick, Annapolis; Ju^eph 
Bancroft, E. E. McDormond, Round Hill; Wm A. Reed, Hamilton 
Parks, Port George ; Job Wade, jr., W. W. Mills, H. M. Irvine, 
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Burbridge, Freeman Fitch, Herbert F. Williams, James Whitman, 
Saml Legg, Daniel J. Kiordan, James E. Wheelock, T. Andw Pearson, 
Frederick R. Fay, James H Parker, Ira Burton Neily, Elwood Young, 
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County op Antioonish.— Dougald Cameron, South River ; 
Samuel Cameron, Angns Mclsnac, Alexander Cameron, Aiexandet 
Mcintosh, M. i> , John MacMillan, David McNair, Antigonish ; John 
McDonuld, Pomquet Forks; Andrew Ch'uholm, S. S. Harbour; Colin 
Uos3, Malignant Brook ; Colin Chisholm, Marydale; JohuMcGillivray, 
Glen Road ; Michael Crispo. Timothy Crispo, Harbour au Douche ; 
Joseph Macdonald, Meadow Green ; John Macdonald, Ohio ; James 
G. Ross, Malignant Brook ; Wm Gerrior, Tracadie ; John Chisholm, 
St. Andrew's ; Roderick Chisholm, Pinkie Town ; John Fraser, 
IIeatherto»; Edward Corbett, Henry Webb, Harbour au Boucho ; 
Moses Somers, Bailey Brook ; Michael Petti pas. Tracadie ; Hugh 
McAdam, Arisaij;; Ancus Mclunis, A. Cove ; Martin McDonald, 
M. Brook; Charles Cameron, Lauchlan Cameron Archd McPhce, 
Alexander McNaughton, South River ; John Mi.cGfillivray, Dunna- 
glass; Norman Macdonald, Addington Forks; Hugh McLellan, Salt 
Springs; Alexander M. Cunningham, Antigouish; AUnn Smith, 
Harbour ; Alex McGillivray, Pleasant Valley ; John A. McGilHvray, 
Duunaglass; Lucien Doirou, Pomquet; Joseph Macdonald, Moidart ; 
Andrew McFarlane, W. Point; William Chisholm, Caledonia; Don 
Cliisholm, Tracadie ; Wm Chisholm, St. Andrew's; Angus McGilli- 
aay, Moristown ; James M. Hall, Tracadie ; Alexander Chisholm, 
ricatlierton ; VVm Macdonald, Caledonia ; Angus McD(»ngall, Har. 
ar Bouclw ; John B. Bonin, Pomquet ; Donald McDonald, Knoidart ; 
John VV. Sears, Lochabcr ; Frederick E. Irish. Bayfield Road ; 
Jiiines Kcay, Bayfield; Alexander Manson, Lochaber; Angus 
Boyd, Antigonish ; Lauchlan Mclsanc, Cape George ; Robt. Stewart, 
Middleton ; William J. Symonds, Tracadie ; Donald McGillivray 
South River; Angus McGillivray, Knoidart; John D. McGi'iivray, 
Ohio ; Duncan Fraser, Ohio ; Roderick Chisholm, Antigonish; (Geo. 
A. Sinclair, Lochaber ; Alex. McPherson, Ohio ; Colin A. Chisholm, 
St. Andrew's; Dona'd Gillis, Lochaber; Clarence N. Harrington, 
Antioonish; John McGillivray, Hallowell Grant; William J. Webb, 
Harbor au Rouche ; Angus D. McGillivray, Moristown ; John 
McKeough, Afto»; Daul Chisholm, Antigonish; John Floyd, Spring- 
field ; Rodk McGilivray, Ohio ; Alex McKinnOn, Antigonish ; Henry 
Boyle, Tracadie; D. Macdonald, Antigonish; Placide Delory, Tracadie; 
Roderick Grant, Antigonish ; Samuel Dalton , Hallowell Grant ; Angus 
J. Boyd, South River ; Donald McEachren, Cape George ; Hugh : 
Mclnnis, Ohio ; Peter MacKinnon, St. Andrew's ; Fitzhugh McPhie, 
Antigonish ; Martin Walsh, Hallowell Grant ; John A. Stewart, I 
Lochaber ; Alexander McDonald, Beaver Meadow ; Daniel , 
Gillis Cape George ; James W. Chisholm, Malignant Cove ; ' 
Charles Dunn, S. S. Antigonish Harbour; Alexander Cameron,' 
Lochaber ; Angus McGillivray, Springfield ; Alexander McDonald, 
Antigonish ; John Corbcit, Harbour au Boucho ; James Smithy' 
Antigonish, John F. Cunningham, Dougald McDonald, Lakevale; 
John R. McDonald, Heatherton ; John A. Gillis, Geoi'geville ; John 
McDonnell, Tracadie, Dongald Cameron, South River ; Duncan 
McDonald, Heatherton ; Donald McDonald, St. Andrew's ; Alex 
McDonald, Beech Hill ; John C. McN.uigliion, Springfield ; John R 
Boyd, Lakevale; Dr. McDonald, Antigonish. 

County of Cape Brkton. — George G. G. Hill, Arnold HoIme8< 
Lauchlin Robertsou, Bononi Shepherd, Anthony Martell, Geo. 
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Moore, Dougald McDougall, John Richardson, Simon Nicholson, 
William W. Bown, George McKay, A. G. McLean, Clement 
fi. Harrington, Benoni Gouthreau, Donald McDougall, Stephen 
McNeil, Angus Anderson, Ronald McDonald, Ronald McMillan, 
William McDonald, Fras. Lewis, Alexander Moore, Alexander 
G. Hamilton, John Lorway, Alexander R. Forbes, Alex. McDonald, 
Wm. Routledge, John Edwards, Pat. Collins, John Vooght, Walter 
Young, Henry Mitchell, John Belcher Moore, Wra. H. Moore, 
Robert Martin, Allan McLean, Duncan Gillis, Ronald McDonald, 
Michael McLellan, Don. McDougall, John Sutherland, David' 
McKeen, Alex. C. Ross, John McLean, Allen McAdam, Laurence 
Holland, Cornelius Hickey, Ewen Robert, Henry LeCraps, John T. 
Moffatt, Blowers Archibald, Donald McNeil, Patrick Nevill, Patk 
O'Toole, John McLean, Hector F. McDougall, John McDonald, John 
McGregor, Geo F. M. Forbes, Rich. H. Brown, James McNeil, 
Francis Quinnan, Jno C. Townsend, Angus Campbell, Neil McDonald, 
Angus McDonald, Joseph McVarish, Thos Forcune, Alex McAuley, 
Sam J. Brookman, Murdoch McCodrum, Lawrence Laffin, Malcom 
Ferguson, Hector McDonald, Michael McNeill, John Grant, GiBorgo 
McKay, Michael McGillivray, Donald J. Matheson, George Scott^ Jas 
Gillis, Rod McNeill, James Hardy, Joseph McPherson, HughMcPhee, 
Andrew Nesbit, Jno McDonald, Fredk J. Mitchell, Geo E. Burchell, 
Joseph McNeill, Norman Morrison, R. McLean. John McNeill, Wm 
Mc.K McLeod, Murdock Matheson, M. L. Mclnnis, M. J. Phoran 
John McRury, John McMillan, Wm Burke, John McKinnon, Geo B. 
Ingraham, Alex McKenzie, John B. JhcJ ' Wm Buchanan, Wm H. 
Morley, M. A. McDonald, R. A. McDoUv mean Gillis, Chas P. 

Moffatt, P. McDougall, D. M. Gillis, Cf^r Rees, James McPhee, 

Joseph McKinnon, H. R. McKcnzie, J. W ."own, Wm McKenzie, 
Jos H. McKinnon, John Bryden, James MclTey, D. R. McLellan, 
Angus McNeill, W. Routledge jr., C. W. Hill, D. McK. Gillis, 
Allan Morrison, P. O'Connell, D. J. Mclsaac. Walter D. Hill, 
James Francis, Neil Ferguson, Mira ; Henry McDonald, Roderick 
Morrison, Jas McLean, Saml A. Grant, Danl Graham, Fred Moseley, 
Hector McKinnon, Isaac Greenwell, Otto B. Lewis, Jos. McDonald, 
Wm Proctor, William Burke, Malcolm McAulay, James C. Stewart, 
Jas. W. Grant, Gabarus ; Coll McDonald, John McKinnon, Don. Mc- 
Kenzie, Jno C. Baker, Gabarus ; MichlR. Mclnnis, AmaguadnsRoad, 
George Bonner, Sydney Mines; John Young, Sydney ; W. W.Dillon, 
Henry Vickers, James Townsend, Richard Kane, Alexander J.j 
Campbell, James Connors, D. M. Curry, Alexander McGillvray, Win! 
Wilson, D. J. Currio, A.J. McDonald, George Nunn, AJex 0| 
McDonald, Neil McDonald, Sydney; Archd McQuarrie, Glace Bay;! 
John McLean, McLeanville; Robert Anderson, Cow Bay; David j 
Burchell, Caledonia Mines ; Don Matheson, Sydney; Michael Led-i 
better, N. Sydney ; Don McLean, Long Beach; Mai. J. Rosi?, N. Sydney! 

County of Colchester. — Robert Fletcher, W. D. Corbett, Wra ; 
Faulkner, John Smith, John Irvine, John McKay, Hugh Dunlap, JasN. | 
Crowe, Wm Drysdale, James Flemming, John M. Campbell, Jamesj 
McKay, Ezra Lay ton, Jas K, Blair, Robert J. Pollock, John McGeorge, 
Alexander McLood, W. H. Robinson, Robert G. Rutherford, Isaac] 
Fulton, John Ryan, J. D. McCart, Robt. C. Fulton, Isaac Flemming, 
Geo. C. Taylor, Harris Fulmore, E T. pper, jr, Philip Fulniore, 
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Fales, Alex B. Fletcher, Jos C. Crowe, Thos W. Crowe, John A. P. 
McLellan, John Clark, Hugh Munro, John T. B. Henderson, 
Silas E. Black, Edward Hyslop, Don. M Sutherland, Jothanf 
Bhir, Chas Longhead, Robt, Forbes, Geo Fnlton, John McKay, Jas. 
Norrie, David C Slack, S. G. A. Morrison, Patrick Hill, Harris 
Harrington, L J. Crowe, Thomas McKay, Levi Davidson, Thomas J. 
0. Nelson, John Miller, William Blair, John Lijjhtbody, Eljenezer 
Bcattie, James Kent, Robert Dill, William Lynch, John C. 
Archibald, Walter B. fliuKley, Robert Grant, Amos Fountain, Andrew 
Y. Corbett, Andrew K. Moore, Thomas Malcolm, William M. Hiltz 
Alexander A. McKimmie, C. W. Johnson, George Campbell, C. B. 
Archibald, Amos McCully. J. B. Fraser, Fred. Meagher, James 
Miller, James Graham, Gilbert Snthcrland, William McKenzie, 
James M Curdy, Wm Creighton, James A. Cox, Hiram H. Eaton, 
John Dickie, Joseph H. Morrison, Geo Gunn, Augustus Nfc- 
Curdy, John Sutherland, Thomas Parker, W. H. Hogg, Eddy 
Tupper, Williani N. Dickson, Andrew Cox, Enos Boomer, Richard 
Craig, J. E. Bigney, Charles N. Cunimings, George Marshall, George 
H. Bates, Andrew O'B. Johnson, Frederick A Laurence, Henry 
C. Upham, John B. Fleming, William Dcvarmond, Geo. F. Crowe, 
W. A. Fulmer, Leonard G. Crowe, Robt. Stevenson, Charlton Gay, 
G. A. Fulton, George C. Stevens, John Dart, Thomas M. Dunphy, 
George Creclman, R. A. Longhead. Jacob Harvey, David Annand. 
Robert Benjamin, Benjamin Budge, John F. Putnam, Joseph 
H Davison, John McGrath, Daniel Hislop, Charles Cox, 3rd, 
Robert McLcod, C. L. Marsh, J. A. McDorman, Samuel F. 
Morrison, James Cock, John Wilson, John Cook, sr.. Charles D. 
Creelman, James Clifford, Alex S. Ross, Robert Smith, Thomas 
Frances, E. T. Sibley, Wm McLeod, John Bonymnn, (Edwd's son), 
Alex Weatherbe, Fredk Tupper, Thos Waugh (Samuel's rion), Wm 
Ellis, Jno A. Dickson, R. H. Fulton, L. C. McQuinn.Thos R. Morrison, 
W. W. McLellan, Alex. Fleraraing, Folly Mt , David W. Archibald, 
Hugh McKay, J. W. Johnson, David Donaldson, jr, Wm.Dunlap, 3rd, 
James Reid, Brule ; Robert Mcintosh, Falls ; D.nniel Geddens, ■ 
William A. Mattatal, T. M. King, Truro ; John Howard Fulton, A. ' 
J. Steele, Reuben Starritt, Silas Herbert Fulton, John Johnson, W. 
Tatainagoiiche ; Samuel H. Tupper, Kcuiicth R. McLean; Jas W. 
Clarke, Tataraagoucha ; Sydney Clarke, W. Tatamiigouche ; Edward 
H. McGregor, H. C. Bigclow, L. Stewiacke ; Harry A. Johnstone, 
W. New Annan. j 

County of Cumberland. — William Pipes, J. K. Elderkin, Geo 
Knowlton, James FuUerton, Norman McLeod, Martin Chapman, Peter 
McFarlane, Cyrus Black, Douglas Pugsley, Wm. B. Brundage, Robert 
Ward, Daviil Fullcrton, M. K. Pugslev, Wm Wauirh, David Ross, 
Lemuel Bigiicy, Edwin Johnston, Dona'd McKenzio. Thomas McKay, 
Ephraim Howard, J»»mes Z. Bliss, Archibald Dickey, Charles 
Dreed, M. D., Thomas R. Black, Thomas Roach, Hirnm Black, 
William Moffatt, Samuel Baird, John Atkinson, John Hewson, J D. 
Deeinitigs, Luther Baker. W. D. Main, James S. Hickman, Alox M. 
Wills, L Embrco Wood, Robt Christie, Thos Kirkpatrick, Zebud A. 
MacKay, Chas H. Bent, Law. Hannon, Angus McGilvray, William 
Greenfield, Chas T. Oulton, Joshua Black, Wm Oxley, Charles Smith, 
Geo Hill, C. Edwin Atkinson, Chas Hatfield, Jesse W. Fullerton, W. 
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Davis, Albert D. Chapman. William Blaclc, A. A. Stevens, Robert 
J. Mitchell, Rufus S. Purdy, Daniel Y Holmes, George 
Scott, Henry Hunter, John Sutherland, George Chapman, 
Isaac Brown, Isaac Purdy, Edward Beits, B. S. Seaman, Peter 
McDonald, John K. Niorris, David Mitchell, Peter McLean, 
Thomas Lowther, James G. H. Brown, James A. Elliott, Samuel 
E. Freeman, A. G. Purdy, Amos Purdy, I. J. Hinfflcy, Rich. 
Lawerison, Rufus Woods, Thos Rolnton, J. M. Atkinnon, T. J. Copp, 
Job II. Seaman, Nelson Fillmore, John McAnhur, John W. Smith, 
Gilbert Seaman, Hezckiah Kincr, Jesse D. Montrose, Rich L. Bliick, 
John W. Schurman, Geo W. Forrest. Geo W. Gilroy, Robt Barclay, 
Sanford H. Purdy, Henry A. Johnson, William Hall, James K. 
Gilland, James R. Morris, Samuel W. Salter, Hugh D. Chisholm, 
Alfred E. Melanson, Sampson Moore, jr. Charles S. D. Chapman, Wm 
R. Henderson, David Stewart, Wm E. Blenkhoru, Thos J. Seamans, 
D.R. McLellan, Daniel McLcod, Andrew Taylor, R. A. McLean, Johiij 
Lockart, Robt W. Ripley, Richard Bennett, Alex McKenzie, Henry | 
Swift, David Stewart, Fraser Hatfield, Alexander E. Fraser, Edward i 
W. Shipley, Albert Bigney, T. R. Slade, Conrad W. Morris, Charles | 
Bragg, Joseph Ogilvie, Duncan McDonald, Andr- w Nicholls, Jepthal 
Harrison, Robert McCloskey, John M. Hunter, G. Allen Donavjter, 
Thomas R. Harrison, Rufus Hicks, John Mclnnis, Wallace Rid-rc;' 
J. M Bigney, Westchester; T. M. Johnson, Oxford; Patrick; 
Woodland, Wallace Bridge ; E. J. Embree, Fort Lawrence ; E. E. i 
Fisher, Shinimecas ; Robert D. Davidson, Wallace Bridge;' 
Leander Treen, Malngash; Frank L. Peers, Spring Hill; Joshua 
H. Livingstone, Wentworth ; W. W. Black, Shinimecas; Geo C. ' 
Harrison, Southampton; John G. Holmes, Parrsboro; Jas F. 
Trueman, Truemanville ; D. F. Archibald, Aihol ; Btair Bent, Fort 
Lawrence ; Amos Lusby, Southampton ; Jas W, Brownell, Linden ; 
Angus McDonald, River Hebcrt ; J. L. McKim, Wallace Bridge ; Kufus 
Metcalf, Williamsdale ; Thompson Kcilor, Amherst Point; Robt B. 
Murray, Spring Hill ; Clinton Bigt'low, Centrevillo ; Geo E. Colter, 
Richmond; Henry Angus, Goose liiver ; P. R. Peers, Wallace Bny; 
Jas W. Colter, Richmond; Alex. McKenzie, Malagash ; Aithur 
Davison, Amhrrst ; Wm Sutherland, Hansford ; J. Alder Davis, Chas 
R. Casey, W. A. Fillmore, Burnett W. Ralsiott, Michael Dowliu, W. B. 
Hnestis, Amhcnst; David Redmond, Pugwash; Thos Mathcson, Tliom- 
son Station; Hance W. Baker, Athol ; Geo O'Brien, Middleboro ; Frank 
Seaman, Minudie; Alex McCulloch, Diligent River; Carson Atkinson, 
Westbrook; Frank Ferguson, Oxford; Jas Edw Read, Tidnish; David j 
J. Taylor, Parrsboro; Benj Baird, River Hebert ; F. W. Robb, Amherst; 
Elisha Finlay, Conn's Mills; Philip B Embree, Amherst; John A. 
Purdy, Springhill ; J«»lm 1). Reid,Gulf Shore; Lewis Jones, Pugwash i 
River; John W. Herritt, Springhill ; John F. Lodge, Port Howe; 
Alex McKenzie, North Shore ; Ira Drysdale, Wallace ; George Dunn, 
Springhill Junction ; G. A. Gillis, Pugwash ; G. T. Thompson, Little 
River ; Morley B. Smith, Port Howe; JohnW. Seaman, Shulec; Jas. 
Cotter, Hartford; Robert S. Flinn, Wallace ; D. C. Allan, Amherst; 
A. W. Atkinson, Advocate Harbour ; C. Edwd Freeman, Amherst; 
W. O. Allen, Fraservillo 

County of Diooy. — District, of Di<jhj — Sterns Jones, W. F. 
Marshall, John V. Purdy, Benjamin H. Ruggles, Luuchlan McKay, 
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II. Denton, Jeremiah McLarghlin, John Welsh, Dan! D. Morton, David 
Cowan, Francis Hutchinson, Edw Hogan, R. L. Black, Jos W. Denton, 
Stcph Westcott, C. H. Payson.WmC. Warner, Eliakim E.Tupper.Thoa 
O'Sinsrer, Ephraim A. Bacon, Edmund Burnham, John B. Letteney, 
John Iloldsworth, Nathaniel R. Westcott, Wm M. B. Dakin, Nathaniel 
E Butler, John A. Clinton, Abraham Lent, Robert Bishop, J. Edgar 
Jones, Abraham Kinney, Jno Crowley, Jas A. Collins, Jos D. Paysou, 
Jas Bingay, JnoA. Russell, Hy Blakeslv, Watson Saunddrs, Nathan 
J. Thurber, George Bishop, George F. Stone, Peter Killilea, jr, Wm. 
0. Theall, Walter Walsh, Abraham L. Gavel, Joshua Reed, 
Jno Kinney, Solomon M. Dakin, Bernard Havey, Geo M. White, 
Edw C. Bowers, Geo M. Warner, John R. Hunt, Neill McNeill, 
Charles Burrill, Albert Marshall, Benjamin Sabean, Samuel Gidney, 
Wallace A. Purdy. District of Clare — Reuben Perry, Nicholaa 
Deveau, Felix Deveau, John P. Thibedeau, Joseph A. Robicheau, 
George German, Raymond J. Deveau. James E. Stuart, 
Henry C. Sabean, Jno G. Nowlan, Wm Mullen, Wm H. Sabean, 
Francis Vantour, Oliver A. Soucie, William Darbison, Anselm M. 
Coraeau,JohnE.Comeuu, Ambrose H. Comeau, Francis J. Comeau, 
Jacob S. Allen, Louis J. Bounanfaut, Isaac LeBlanc, William A. 
Caun, Hectanooga; Aug. D. Melanson, Svlvain L. Comeau, Charles 
H. Butler, William J. Foley, James A. Taylor ; Thomas Gorman, 
Meteghan. 

County of GuY8B0Ro'.-:-Z)/s«ncf of Guyshoro — William G. 
Scott, John A. Steel, John Jameson, Joseph W. Hadley, Joseph 
David, William Hartshorne, Alfred W. Hart, David Scranton, 
Thomas O'Neil, Thomas C. Cook, William Tory, William Webber, 
James S. Nickerson, William H. Wylde, Samuel Aikens, Valentine 
McDonald, James Purcell, Herbert R. Cunningham, Geo. B. Hadley, 
Jas. Ferguson, John Matthews, Spencer H. Gifflu, Thos F. Milward, 
Don Kennedy, Jas R. Aiwater, Charles Taylor, Charles M. Franche- 
ville, Henry M. Jost, Abraham Cox, John McMillan, James H. Carr, 
John Chisholm, Donald Chisholm, Archibald Chisholm, William S. 
McKenzie, Stephen McMillan, William Wright, David Hudson, 
William G. Scott, jr., Peter Sinclair, Donald S. Ferguson, William 
H. Pye, William G. Simpson, James H. Buckley, John McGuira, 
Patrick C. Cullen, J. J. Sangsfcer, John McG. Cunningham, 
William G. Hadley, A. K. White, Andrew Haley, Cyrus Parks, J. 
Gordon Peart, Robt. Peoples, Isaac J. Whitman, George Munroe, 
Almon B. Feltmeet, Archibald B. Chisholm, T. Scott McLeod, Wm 
S. Horton, Alex. W. Haitie, Ecum Secum ; Samuel H. Peeples, W. H. 
Reeves. A. G Winterbotham, Hazel Hill ; W. S. Harris, C. H. Whit- 
man, Eobt T. Matthews, Abraham Fancy, Marie Joseph; James A. 
Mns')>., Country Harbour ; Thomas Kennedy, Lakedale ; William 
Gerrior, Larry's River.' District of St. Mary's. — Dan Hattie, sr., 
Jno Hattie, Alex Fisher. Don. Kennedy, Robert Davis, D. K. 
McKeen, John Gillies, John Kennedy, Alexander W. Hattie, 
Don McDonald, Allen McQuarry, Angus Cameron, sr., Angus 
Cameren- jr., William L. Pye, Samuel G. McKeon, James Hemlow, 
R. H. Kennedy, Alexander Sinclair, C S. Mcintosh, George Elliott, 
James McCutcheon, William Pride, Allen Rood, William H. Hemlow, 
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Ashton, David Kirk, D. A. (^araerou, Wm H. Pye, Alex McDonald 
Abraham Fancy ; William Snow, Rcum Secum. 

County op Halifax. — City of Halifax — John Artz, James 
W. Flcmini;. John A. Bell, dhambefs Blakney, Robert Boak, 
Hugh W. Btarkadar, John H. Balcum, Adam Bnrna, Hobert N. 
Beckwith. John W. Burton, C. C. Blackadnr, Samuel Caldwell, 
William J. Coleman, Frederick D CorLett; Charles J. p, 
Clarkson,' Tho.s P. Connolly, John Connolly, Wm Compton, 
Wm. Chisholm, Jno Doull, Wm Dunbar. ' lo Daviaon, Jno Tuffus, 
Jns Dempster, Jeremiah J. Donahoe, Patk Du^sran, K. T. Braine, R. 
W. Kraser, llvacinth Fuller, John Flinn, Alex Forrest, Peter Grant, 
E B. Sutcliff'e, Dane Grant, Jas L. Griffin, (Co. Stipendiary), Philip 
C. IIIll, Dominic Farrel, William Hare, Patrick Uiiydei\ W, D. 
Harrington, David Hunter, Peter Hogan, Heury Hart, John M. Ingljg, I 
Joseph Kaye, T. E Kenny, William J. Lewis, John P. Lonjjard, George i 
A. Leslie, James Gardner, Joseph Murphy, Georue P. Malingr, liobt.j 
Motton. Edw. Morrison, Isaac H. Mathers, Archibald Mitcliell.i 
(^harles F. Motf, William Murray, James T. Dalton, William iHifibet,; 
George Mitchell, John Y. Payzant, Michael J. Power, Thomas G. j 
Power, M. H. Richey, William Roche, jr.. Richard T. Roome, Gt'n. 
J. W. Laurie, Daniel Sullivan, James Godfrey Smith, Clarence J. 
Spike, Douglas M. Story, Dan J. Smith, David Thomson, James 
Thomson (Custos), Cathcart Thomson, Dr. John Ternan, Robert 
Taylor, Wm. J. Veith, John Woodill, Thomas Walsh, C. J. Wylde, 
George W, Wiswell, William H. Ross, Francis A. Romain, George 
E.Franklyn, Frank S. West, W. B. McDonald, Jas. Dwyer, Arthur P. 
Silver, Wm Woodill, Thomas C. Allen, Wm. J. Butler, C. C. Vaux, 
John Mclnnes, H. D. Blackadar, Thos. I^^yden, Chas. S. Lane, J. B. 
Neily. W H. Neil, Herbert Crosskill, F. W. Jubien, Jas. A. Gass, 
Osborne Blois, W. T. Kennedy, Geo E. Boak, John H. Barnstead, 
i Edwin M. Clay, James R Cragg, Arthur W. Redden, George M. 
Smith ; I^wson E. Fenerty, John Kline, John Milsom, North West 
Arm, Halifax ; G. Dustan, Patrick Fuller, Jas G Foster, Wm U 
Fosttr. Benj Russell, George Shields, George J. Troop, Alfred Elliot, 
Hny Romans, Colin McNab, Chas. H. Harvey, Wm C. Bishop, Alex 
McKay, John B. McT^A^an, Dartmouth; D. Archibald, U. Musquodohoit; 
D.W. B.Reid,Dav Archibald, 16th, Mid Musquodohoit; Dav W. Archi 
bald. Sheet Harbor; Robert Adlington, M. D., Gay's Riv.; Ephraim E. 
Burgess, Low. Bedford; (Dist. I.'S) ; Edw. Bowers, Portuguese Cove; 
John G. Bisseit, Cole Harbor : Euos Baker, Jeddore, (East) ; Andw 
Bellefontaine, Chezzetcook, (Dist. 28) ; John Barron, Upper Musqiio- 
doboit ; George Burris, Upper Musquodohoit ; James Croucher jr., 
St. Margarets Bay ; N. P. Christian, Upper Prospect ; Norman 
Campbell, Harrigan Cove; Henry Cruikshanks, Little River; 
Thomas E. Chase, m. d , Haggetts Cove ; Thomas F. Coniiors, 
East Dover ; Adam Dean, Upper Musquodohoit ; George S. 
Dickey, Middle Musquodohoit; Frederick Darrah, Heriing Cove; 
George Dauphiney, Head St. Margaret's Bay ; H. McHart, Sheet 
Harbour ; Tas Fraser, St. Margaret's Bay ; Chas Fader, East Dover; 
James Farquharson, Preston Road ; Rich Fleming, Ketch Harbor; 
George Garrison, Peggy's Cove ; Andrew Gray, Sambro ; John 
Gibbons, Ingrahara River ; Joseph Hamilton, Bedford ; John Higgins, 
Middle Musquodohoit ; William C. Henley, Spry Bay ; Wm Hay,. 



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Tangier ; Carvossa C. Hart, Sheet Harbor ; Alvan Hubley, French 
Village ; Edward Johnson, Bear Cove ; George Jamiesou. M. D., 
Ship Harbor ; Jas Kent, Upper Musquodoboit ; Wm T. Kent, Mns- 
quodoboit Harbor; John Kirker, Qaoddy, (Dist. 34) ; John Lingley, 
Waverley ; Geo J. Longard, Upper Prospect ; John Lapierre, Chez- 
zetcook, West; Jas B^. Laidlaw, Waverley; Samuel J. Mason, 
St Margaret's Bay ; Jacob Marriott, Pennant Bay ; George 
II. Madill, Milford Station ; James Morash, Dover ; I^eter 
W. Maskill, West Jcddoro ; Arch. McPhee, Gay's River ; George 
Wood, 3 Mile House; M. McFarlane, Sheet Harbor; John 
F. McKenzie, do ; Walter McCurdy, Middle Mnsquodoboit ; William 
McKenzie, Preston Road ; David A. Nicholson, Beaver Bank ; Jas. 
O'Leary, Thos O'Leary, West Quoddy ; Alfred G. Ogirvie, Little 
River; Wm Perry, Sheet Urbr; Thos A. Parker, Up Mnsquodoboit; 
Dennis Deloughrey, Preston; John C. Ross, Tangier; John G. 
Reynolds, Up. Mnsquodoboit ; Geo H. Rowlings, Musquodoboit Hbr ; 
Henry Shelnutt, Shoal Bay ; John E. Shatford, Hubbard's Cove ; 
John A. Shiers, Sth East Passage, (Dist. 33), James E. Shatford, 
Indian Harbor ; J. W. Stewart, Sheet Harbor ; John J. Simmons, 
liOwer Prospect; Walter Stoddard, Clam Harbor; J. S. Stewart, 
Upper Musquodoboit ; William Sedgwick, Middle Musquodoboit ; 
Charles N. Sprott, Middle Musquodoboit ; John Thomas, Benjamin 
Thompson, John Thomas, jr., Hammond's Plains ; John D. Tupper, 
John H. Taylor, Middle Musquodoboit; Sam Thomson, Hammond's 
Plains ; Francis Webber, Sackville ; Stephen White, Martin Walsh, 
Upper Prospect ; Thomas Wilks, Meagher's Grant ; IJenj C. Wilson, 
Waverley; Wm Geddes, Sheet Harbor Passage; Caleb F. Hn' '^y. 
Black Point; Geo Hartling, jr, Ecum Secura ; Wm M. King, \v oil- 
ington StaSion, (Disiriot 18) ; John Irvint;, Mooseland ; Henry J. 
Balcara, Salmon River ; John Stephen, Fall River, (Dist. 18) ; William 
Burris, Little River, (Dist. 35) ; Joseph Himelman, Eastern Passage, 
(Uist 33); Jameii Fader, East. Dover; Jas F. Anderson, Musquodoboit 
Harbor; James E. Conrod. Spry Bay; L. F. Hill, Ship Harbor; Elijah 
J. Covey, Indian Harbor, (Dist. 11), Samuel McKay, Preston ; Alex. 
Mclnnes, Musquodoboit Harbor; Daniel Lapierre, Grand Desert 
(Dist. No. 28); John CalFaro, Terence Bay; James Fitzgerald, 
Portuguese Cove ; Jas Allison, Hammonds Plains; John Strachan, 
Rockingham; Rufus T. Page, Bedford; Alfred D. G. Smith, 
Lochaber; Daniel A. Moser, Cow Bay ; Stewart Bryson, Upper 
Mnsquodoboit; J. K. Andrews, Dutch Settlement; James Billman, 
North West Arm ; Freeman Elliot, Henry Lethbvidge, Dartmouth; 
Frank!). Hillis, Halifax; John T. McLaren, West Chezzetcook; 
Wm. C. Morrison, Oldham ; H. G. Stemshorn, Mooseland ; James J. 
Thomson, William A. Conrad, Thos Goudge, Wm H. Gibson, Hali- 
fax ; Edmund A. Creighton, Shad Bay ; Judson J. Hubley, Indian 
Harbor; John H. Jennings, Moose River; Wm. J. Duggan, East 
Dover; Jas. H. Dow, Andrew B Boak, Halifax; Edward Hayes, 
Herring Cove ; Reuben W. Prest, Mooseland. 

County op Hants — Western Disiiict — John Burgess, Robert 
Allison, Michael B. Salter, Isaiah Diraock, James M. Higgins, 
Benjamin Mursters; James Reynolds, Wm Bennett, Shubaol Dimock, 
Harris Martin, Thos A. Smith, Monson Goudge, Geo H. DeWolf, Jno 
Smith, J. B. North, Wm Davison, Geo Armstrong, Wm Fiph, Geo 
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John Taylor, Charlos T. Cochran, Saml Marphv, John Calder, John 
Mofther, J. Lynch, Anthony S. Sanford, Wm ^10lher, Nonh Moohcr, 
William L. Chittick, Watson Dill. Allan Haley, Willlom O'Brien, 
John Keith, Thcophihis Cowan, William Harvlo, John A. Taylor, 
John M. Pnyzant, Joseph Walloy, Robert Paiilln. D. I). Davidnon.W. 
M. Chridtie, Kobie McLatcliy, A. S. McLean, John Cumpbutl, Wilbur 
D Carter, David Hunter, Wra Stngstcr, Fitlnionth ; JftM Cochran St. 
Croix, Robert Chambers, Brooklyn ; JaH W. (Jiirry, Windsor ; Elislm 
Church, Falmouth ; Jas. Farquhar, Newport ; Wm. O'Brien, Windsor; 
Thos Uan»)n, Faluiouh ; Saml C. Hunter, Newport ; Wm J. Fentnn, 
Rawdon. Eastern District — Joshua Wiihrow, Up Rawdon j Jan Mc- 
Kenzie, John N. Meek, John T.Scott, Dan BIoIh, A.B.Smilh, JaH Ellis 
A. Kirkpatrick, Jno IJrquhart, Evan Urquhiirt, G. P. Thompson, Jno 
McLearn,Boiiianiin Blois, William Etter, Hui;h McLoarn, William H. 
Guild, An^na Rose, Henry Canavan, Robert Fiiulkiiur, Jnme«( Dearman, 
Thomas Hunter, H. L. YeomanH, Jaoob Henniunr, Alexander Roy, 
Archibald Frame. Alfred Putnam, Wm Bluko, Dftvld R. Crowe, Geo 
Ainslie, Jas W. Falku' r, John Sim, Wm Wardrope, TItomait QJinrk, 
Nelson Wier, William Stephnns, Michael Torliunc, Lockliart 
Lawrence, Duncan McLean, Chas H. Snide, Qoo W. Smith, Joh.i Mc 
Kenzie, Wm Currie, John McCulloch, Andrew Puai'Huii, John Fonton, 
John Graham, John Putnam, Osmond O'Brien, Oeor^^o Smith, James 
A. Thompson, R. B. Eaton, Adams Mcl)ouy;all, Adam Hoy, Stephen 
Putnam. D. F Siftger, David R. Smith, Milton O'Brien, Johtt McLoarn, 
Hi'ury Ward, Gilbert W. Walker, Archd. McCMJlum, Q, W. Corbett, 
Albert Hobart, John W. Morris. 

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McPherson, Donald Chisholm, Peter Smyth, jr., Neil Cameron, Allan 
McDonald, Allan McMillan, Murdoch A. Romh, John H McKecn, A. 
Campbell, Neil Gillies, Archd McPhail, Allan McDotia'd, John Mc 
Donald, Hugh Gillis, Dun McDonnell, Alex McKnchron.Alcx Chisholm, 
John Chisholm, Malcolm iMcLeod, Angus Beitton, Nell McDonald, 
J. Duncan Cameron, Donald McMillan, J. McDonuall, Arch Boyle, 
Farquhar McRae, Duncan McLeod, Alexander McDonald, Arch 
McDougall, John Beaton, Donald McLean, John McLeod, James 
Doyle, Arcene Doucet, Donald McDonald, Donald Smith, Allan 
Cameron, James Coady, John McLennan, Laiichlin Kennedy, 
Finley Beaton, Alexander McDonald, Angus McCorinIck, Jamos Uoss, 
John Geo Crowdi?*, Donald McFadyen, Donald Smith, George C. 
Lawrence, jr., John McDonald, Neil McAuIey, Whycoromngh ; ,Iohn 
Hingley, Hngh McDonald, Jno Mclsaac, Alexander McEachron, John 
Cameron, Patrick Dowling, Jacob Rosa, Archibald Cameron, 
Donald McDonald, Angus McPhail, Joseph Whit©, Ntll McMillan, 
Ronald Campbell, Murdoch Matheson, 'IMiomnii Tompkins, 1). F. 
McLean, William Clough, A. K. McLean, M. 1)., Christopher 
Smyth, Angus McDonald, Hector McKonaie, John MclCay, 
Neil McAulay, Alex McQuuen, Malcolm Cameron, J, A. liigraliani, 1). 
W. Heunessy, Alexander McLeod, A. II. Sutherland, A. A. Taylor, 
Joshua Smith, Port Hood Island; Allan McI)oin\ld, l)ou,;al(I 
McDonald, Alexander McDonald, John G. McQunrrio, Noil McLean, 
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Mcintosh, John McMaster, John McDonald, 1). D. McLellan, J' 
p. McFarlane, John McMiHan, Dongald A. McFarlane, Alexander 
McUlluD, D. T. McDonnell, Hugh McMaster, John A. GillieR, D. 
E. McKiiy, J. B. McDon(;all, Patrick Cormier, Joseph Deveroaux, 
Ron Beaton, James McPhail, James Mcintosh, A. C. McKaoheu, 
Angus Mcintosh, David W. Munro, Ron J. McDonald, Alex 
McLellan, Farquhar W. Mathcson, John McKay, Lewis 
McDonald, Mark W Crondi^^, Donald Gillies, Murdock W. Koss, 
Duncan McEachern, (Alex's son), Rodk McMillan, Wm. KIdston, 
I). G. McLean, Lnzor LeBlanc, Charles Aucoin, James Caldor, 
Arsene Doucet, Wm. U. Philips, Archibald McLellan, Geo. D. 
McLeod, John R. MacDonald, Peter Campbell, Patrick W. fortune. 
Aligns D. McLellan, Dennis Town, Ronald Gillis, A. G. McLellan, 
Daniel McLean, John K. McDonald, Archibald McDonald, Why* 
cocomah ; Chas F. Chiasson, Cheticamp; Allan McKinnon, U. 6.: 
McLellan, Port Hood ; Robert Frizzle, Jas Mcanher, Brook Village ; 
Michael Gillis, Broad Cove ; A. D. iVULelhin, E. Side Margaroe ; 
J. Ilarry Ladd, Loch Levin ; Hugh R. Beaton, Smithville. I 

County op Kings. — Fairfield Smith, Aylesford ; E. P. Borden' 
Kentville; Richard W. Kidston, Cornw.ilfis; Irad L. Benjamin 
Gnspereaux ; Jacob I^ockhart, Cornwallid ; Abra Newcomb, Curnwallis ; 
Zcbulou Neily, Sydney Welton, Aylesford ; D. Huntley, Avonport ; 
Charles Wolfe, Waterville ; Robt Schoficid, Gaspereaux ; John 
Kirk|iatrick, Aylesford; Thos A. Wilson, Dalhousie, Aylesford; Levi 
C. Woodworth, Canning ; Robt Burns, Hantsport ; Hirnm Borden, 
Augustine A. Pineo, Wolfville ; James Leard, Grand Pro; 
John M. Parker, Berwick; Edwin Parker, Somerset; George 
Kinsman, Grafton ; Henry Loviit, Kentville , William C. Hamilton, 
Grand Pre; James Noi'thup, Harborville ; Isaac Hamilton, Kent 
ville ; Leonard Fitch, Aylesford ; John H. Miner, Gaspereaux ; 
Bernard Farroll, George Dodgi*, Kentville; John W. Barss, 
Wolfville; John P. Lyons, Port Williams; Benjamin P. 
Weaver, Canning ; Edward C. Foster, Berwick ; George Harvey, 
Gaspereaux ; George N. Fuller, Hantsport ; Ohed Benjamin, 
Gasperenux; George Hamilton, Grand Pro; Jacob N. Wheaion, 
Ceutreville ; Wm Bowles, Waterville ; Ansil T. Baker, Somerset ; 
J. B. Davison, Wolfville; E. Schofield, Schofield Mountain ; 
Leonard Ilisley, Sheffield's Mills; Ed. A. Davison, Gaspereaux; 
Wm C. Bill, Bill Town; Abr G. Marsters, Port Williams; Eliaklm 
Tapper, Berwick ; Henry L. Baker, Aylesford ; Amos haxter, 
Canning ; Moses Brown, Somerset ; James Doyle, Kentville ; 
John Tobin, Port Williams ; J. P. Cunningham, Kentville ; 
William A. Porter, Hantsport; George L. Jess, Scott's Bay; 8. 
W. Webster, Cambridge ; Wm S. West, Leander Raud, Canning ; Ed 
R. Bishop, Fort Williams Station ; Gideon Power, Canard ; Oliver 
Woodworth, Grafton ; W. M. Sanford, Med ford ; Jeremiah Bligh, 
Lakeville; Leander Eaton, Canard St.; Thos Tuzo, Horton Lauding ; 
Dav E. Ross, Weston ; W. H. Skiniier, Somerset ; C. R. Northup, Can- 
ning ; John N. Coleman, Lakeville ; John W. Margeson, L. Do 
V. Chipman, Kentville; Obed Newcomb, Port Williams; John 
S. Belcher, Church St.; Jno S. Woodworth, Berwick ; W. Smith, Port 
Williams; Thomas Craig, Brooklyn St ; Justus W. Warner, James 
Patterson, Aylesford ; John Faulkner, Grand Pre ; Rupert C. 
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Canard St.; Frederick' Brown, Wolfvllle; Charles A. Taylor, 
Elias 8. OraveR, John FoHtcr, Aylesford; Gcorfine E. Cox, Avonport; 
J. W Bigelow.WoIfville ; Jehlel Davison, J. L. GertriJKC,0a8pereanx ■ 
Gideon E. Ucid, Kcntville ; John W. Hamilton.Gruenwich ; Bcnjamiil 
Kinsman, Upper Dyke; John Loomer, Kingaport; Ebcnescer Cox, 
Blomidon; Henry Shaw, Watervillo; Chailea Lomonf, Lake- 
villo; LeouAid Kookwell, Church Street; R. W. Starr, Wolfvilio- 
J. T, Jackson, Port Williams ; R. M. Rand, Canard St. ; W. GravesI 
Aylesford ; J. L. Binhop, G. E. Bishop, Port Willimna 
Station; Albert 1). Nichols, Aylesford; E. M. Beckwith, Canning; 
Henry E. Joffbrson, Berwick ; Chiirle.s Illsloy, Somerset ; Manning 
Chnte, Berwick ; J. 8. Pineo, Watervillo ; Albert Webster, 
Cambridge; John B. Beat, Brooklyn Street; Fnincis Lyons] 
Sneifield's Mills; F. W. Chi|iman, Kentville; Samuel liaker! 
Aylesford ; John H. Flail, Kentville ; Charles E 
Creek ; John W. Fullerton, Port Williams ; R. 
ville; Alfred Whitman, Waierville ; N. P. Spurr, 
Reddan, Wolfville ; A. McN. Patterson, Horton Lauding; Stephen 
Taylor, Donglas Bent, Ayleaford ; Patrick Burns, Gaspereaiix; 
J. M. Marohanr, Brooklyn StreetJ; Philip Brown, Port WikiiHms; 
E. C. Banks, Watcrville ; Asa Steele, Scotts Bay ; Wm. H. Wbb^ier, 
Kentville; T och Griffin, Upper Dyke Village ; Edward Eaton, Morden 
Road, Ayltdford ; Nathan West, Cold Brook ; Edw McLatchey, Grand 
Pre ; Ross Chipman, Chipman's Corner ; Alexander G. Morse, Ayles- 
ford ; Joshua Boardsley, Harborville ; Joshua Chase, Sheiiield's 
Mills; Geo McMahon, Aylesford; Isaac B. Jackson, Cold Brook; 
R. D. G. Harris, Canning; J. P. Chipman, Kentville; Joseph Steel, 
jr., Scott's Bay; Alex Givan, Harborville; C. W F. Webster, Cam- 
bridge; Simon Wood, Sheffields Mills; Guilford Newcomb, Everett 



Eaton, Canada 
F. Reid, Wolf. 
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Kinsman, Centrevillc; Clark Illsley, Somerset; John A. North, Canning, 
Ainsley Bishop, Kentville; Arth VV. Smith, Kingston Station ; Pryor 
J. Bishop, New Minas; John H. Webster, Cambridge; Henry J. Chute; 
Perry J. Chnte, Berwick ; Edward L. Gould, Long Island ; Amos 11 
Ewing, Aylesford ; John Neville, Hall's Harbor, Roland A. Chiise, 
Sheffield's Mills; W. H. Chase, Wolfville; John E. Dunham, Bill 
Town; Wellington Turner, Harborville; Job Randall, Aylesford; 
W. H, Robinson, Brooklyn St.; Wm Pineo, John Caldwell, Cambridge; 
Thos W. Cox, Kenivillo ; Stephen Spicer, Pleasant Valley; Charles 
E. Sanford, Somerset; Smith Welton, Eri Neily, Aylesford ; Edwin 
T. Benjamin, White Rock Mills ; Robert Burns, Hantsport ; James 
Norihup, Harborville; E/.ekivl K. Ilsloy, Sheffield Mills; Thos H.Morse, 
Somerset; F3. A. Davison, Gaspcreaux ; D. M. Dickie, (/anninj;; 
Wesley W Taylor. Avonport ; Finlev Mackintosh, Waterville ; Fred 
G. Curry, Horton Landing; A. C. VauBuskirk, Kingston Sta. ; X. 
Z. Chipman, Wolfville ; Joseph A. Kinsman, Weston ; Janics W. 
Caldwell, Wolfville ; L. O. Neily, Aylesford ; F. A McMahon, N. 
Aylesford ; John H. Dennison, Kentville ; C. B. Dickie, Canard ; 
Clement C Vaughn, Wolfville ; Kufus Forsytii, Ga.Hpereaux ; John 
Clark, Berwick ; Charles 0. Cook, Harborville ; S. J. Nichols, J. B, 
Thomas, S. C. Parker, Berwick ; Lambert O. Neily, Tiujothy Phinney, 
Aylesford ; Edward G White, We-ston ; Jeremiah W. Hutchinson, 
Town Plot; Freeman Itatcliford, Borwick ; Chas McGregor, A v lea- 
ford ; S. W. Bligh, Berwick; Charles A. Campbell, Port Williams; 
Wm Young, Keiuviile; A. S. McDonald, Upper Dyke Village;| 
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New (Horrnany ; Lemuel 8. Drew, J. I). S|)orry, Lemuel C Hperry, 
,T. r. Amrttronir. IVtite Uivlere ; Hiimuol Hmltli, I'otite Riviere; 
LewiH Knnut, Jiimcs M. Metzler, JamuR Wyinwdit, Jacob I'lcklen, 
Henry Schnaro, Maliono Hay ; Daniel H RItcov, liitcey'M Cove ; T. 
K. C'ra^jf, J. M. Ilovt, Kli Ramey, Thoman T. Koeflcr, Jowph R. 
Wyman, Jobn Levi Oxncr, Men R. Cook, K. J. Matinliiff, Jan A. Curll, 
Briil^cwHtor ; Jodepb Baker, PleaHatit Rivor Uoad ; Knon Teal, 
Jno '1 oal, Broadcovo ; Jo-lah VV. Rudidf, Roub Doupbinec, Upper 
Liiliave; Ja» Vuulkncr, Henry Kedy, Wm Kaulknor, Jim KiMlior, Ja» 
Ketly, Kd Smith, Cbeleen; Jos HItcoy, Qab Hoaboyer, Rit(;oy'8 Cove ; 
Edward liatiirille, Jnmi'HiianKille, Martin'* Rivor; w. II. DoLon^ New 
Germany ; William Remby.Weat Dublin; 1). B. Illmme'.man, Nlcbol«g 
Oxncr, John Oaul, John D. Himmclman, Lower Duldin ; Ridiard 
,1. JenkiiiB, Con<|ueral Bank ; Albert Pearl, Tancook ; Gideon 
Langillo, Nathaniel Hebb, Biorkhouae ; Jameii McKoan, West Ferry, 
Laliavo ; Bonj Snyder, Branch ; Cyprian (lodard, Robt Hunter, Bridfte- 
wftter; Alfred Zwickvr, Mahone Bay ; J. W, Frail, Mahone Bay ; Robt 
Wile, Wntsrtoo; Jas J. Miller, New Dublin; Joniah B. RaruMe, FiUOH 
Kaulback, Conquerall Bank ; Samuel RlMor, Romo Bay ; William 
Havwiird, Petite Riviere ; Miohaol Romkey, Upper Dnblin ; John 
Slinnklo, Lahavc; Kdwd Moaer, Kinc;tibur|{ ; fjoronKO Parka, Lahavc; 
Jas l)owlln>r, Kll Ernat, Andrew Gardner, Lunenburjf Town ; 
Snmucl A. Chealey, Goorf^e 11. Woot, Jom. C. Foitid(>l, J. Leander 
DeLonij, New Germany ; Richard H. GrifUlthN, Lnnmiburf; ; William 
ThomaH, Tancook laland ; George A. Bolliver, Ootinuerall ; JoHoph 
Shonp, and Pcr.inaula; Joseph Croaa, Conmiorall ; W, T. Lindsay, 
I'atrick MoGuire, Lunenburg; Auduatua Rtdnhardt, Vogter'M Cove; 
John T. Quinlan, Mahoue Bay ; Muyniird F. Oolp, P. River Road; 
ThomaH W. Johnaon, Biiker Sottlemuiit ; Jiiinea Fondel, Now Ger- 
many ; Simon W. Croft, Wcat Dublin ; Edward Corkum, Petite 
Kiviore. DiMrkt of Chester — Jaa. Lantx, Henry Aldera. George 
RoBH, New RoHfl ; George H. Milla, Robert Smith, Cheater ; 
Casper Oxnor, Jumea Hennlgar, Cheater Bi)»dn ; George Redden, 
Jami'H K. Whitford, David Eveua, Artomna Fader, Choater ; Silas 
Corkiun, W. Road ; Levi Oxner, Ephraim tltniiignr, Clicator Basin ; 
JamoH W. Lanuille, Weat Shore; George H. Windrow, New Rosa; 
Jaii.oH A. Routlller, Bavwater ; George Young, Mill Cove; William 
Chandler, Joseph Coolen, Fox Point; Samuel Hilist, New Ross; 
C. E. Williams, ChestQr; Henry G. Melatora, New Roaa; Joseph 
Lantz, New Roaa. 

CoDKTY OF PiOTOU — Dun McDonald, William Fraaer, William 
Langille, Jamea Grant, William Smith, Akx Cameron, Alex McKay, 
H. R. Narraway, Don McDonald, Jno Holmoi, Jno H. Lane, Jno 
RosH, Alex Chiaholm, Don Fraaer, Jaa Weutworth, Dun Robertson, 
Thomna Horn, Jamea Holmes, James W. Carmichael, Alex. McIIardy, 
John McPhee, David Roes, Black River; Robert Fraaer, Andrew 



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Richard Tanner, Daniel MitDoniild, John U. Noonan, Dotmld 
McKay, Alexander McKiiy, 'riiuinnM KriiMi*r, Jamen tludson, John 
McDonald ( A.'h Hun), John McDonald (J.'mion), William McOilllvrny, 
ChnrloH McKinnon, CliarleM Mci)on((iill, William Cameron, (/Imrles 
McLellan, Goori^o (^innphull, J, lllHlop, A. KniMer, Donnli] 
McDonal'l. James FraMcr, Wiliiani Hiownilnj;, Donald IIom, John 
Cummin^, JaM Cnmuiinf;, Don D. McDonald, |{olicrt McNeil, Allan 
MclMiee, M. C. Oldini;, Win H. KiaMcr, \n^ McMillan, Jno FHlconer, 
Wm McLaren, A. J. Puttertoii, Jolin YorNton, TIiom Kennedy, Danioi 
Sntherlnnil, Daniel Chivholni, Aloxandor MrtthvMon, Wm Morton, jr,, 
AnderMon'H Mt. ; Jaa D. McGruuor, Jait Kitclion, John Henry, David 
Tattrie, Samuel Archibald, J()lni (iollan, John McLood, Ocnrgo 
Lowrio, Finlay Cameron, TlioniiiN Orant, Holiort McNanj^hton, Diiniel 
Munro, Robert McLean, John Miller, C. Dwyer, ,1'etor Brown, 
George Smith, John Fratior, David IIlr^^all, James Mitchell] 
William ('. Olding, John D. FraMur, K McLolkn, John McDonald, 
William Irvinj;, Rolicrt Dewar, (Jcorj^o McC(mnell, Alexander 
McGiilivray, John R. DavicM, Kenneih (/rtuieron, Samuel A. Foster, 
John McKen/Je, Jamea Romh, Uobert H. McCurdy, John Fraser,' 
Robert Campbell, Alexander Huthorlnnd, A. M. Fraucr, IC^'iailes 
McKinnon, Alexander N Gunn, Normnn Ounn, John D. Cameron, 
David Connors, Fraucia McKon/lo, J. D. McDonald, Neil FraHcr, 
Jati Keith, Riclit.rd Frusor, David Citltun, William McLean, Ruderick 
McDoucall, Jas Fraser, JaH Roy," jr., Jnu K. Oliver, Robt Simpson, 
David Fer^uauu, Allan A. FerK:uMon, D. Kullertou, Daniel McDonald, 
Anjrus McDonald, Cliarloa Wilnon, Wllliatn Rom, John Prinjrlo, Jolin 
McKenzie, Murdoch McKonKie, VVilliam Mcintosh, A.J. McKay, Geo 
Sucherlund, David McKuv, Alexander McKay, (yolin Frnuer, Ilu^h 
Fraser, Roi»ert McLeod, Angn* McQueen, I'eter Campbell, Arehibuld 
McKay, John Murray, Kenneth \lcKoiiJilc, John (ilreener, Samuel 
ITrasor, ThomaM McDonald, lln/;h Gray, An«UH McDonald, (JporRc 
Campbell, James Grant, Duncan McIntoHli. John McDonKall, Malcolm 
Fraaur, Kvnn Cameron, Alexantior Mcl'lieinon, Daniel Mi-Lood, 
Jamea Willia, Colin Fratior, Malcolm Homm, Alexander G. McDonald, 
John Cameron, William F. McKunxio, Fred W. Fraser, Angus 
Murray, D. W. McDonald, An(;ui McDonald, Alox. W. McBean, 
James Mclntoah, Jamea McKay, Alexander McGiilivray, James 
Johnston, Donald Gray, Donald Mnrmy, Wm tt. McLean, Francis 
Love, James S. Gordon, Danld Cntnnboll, Daniel McGregor, 
David Colquhouu, Wi'liam McLean, J. F. McDonald, John 
n. Bell, Alexander Grant, John Fraitor, Roderick McCulloch, Peter 
Grant; Geo McDonald, Iiol)t McArthur, Glonjrarry ; Alex F. Camp- 
l)ell, James Hogg, Pictou luland; Arthur Proudfoot, Lome; John W. 
McCabe, River John; Duncan Munro, 8eft View ; Alexander Mc- 
Donald, Toney River ; Edward Dohei ty, Dauiul Campbell, John U, 
McLeod, While Hill ; Daniel W. McKinnon, Thomas Marshall, 
Trenton ; John F. Cameron, Srollarton ; Thomas J. Gray, Westville; 
Robert Murray, Four Mile Broolc ; W. Scott Franer ; D. W. Crockett, 
Hopewell; Robt Murray, Vale Colliery; Hugh Cameron, Vale 
Colliery ; Harvey Graham, New Glaitfow ; James Stewart, Little 
Harbour ; Thomas Hendertion, Pondn; Ueorjjo D. Ives, Pictou; Alex. 
F. Grant, Riverton ; Robt. W. Oliver, Pictou ; John Maxwell, West- 
ville ; Mitchell Copeland, French Ulver ; James Ritchie, W. B. River 
John ; Geo. M. Kerr, New Glasijow ; George Fraser, John C. Munro, 



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Tliopburn ; F. FrHwr PrieHt, Central Carriboo; Hufih McKay; 
Thorburn ; Wni. Redmond, River Jobn ; John Gray, VVestvllle ; 
Alex R. Rcitlo. Stillman; Geo McKay, Now Glungow ; John O. 
Knulish, G ran ton ; Tho« M. PogRH, Honewoll ; Alex McDouRall, 
Blue Monntftin ; Alex Fra*or, Oiinlcn of Kdcn ; Jiimcs McConnell, 
»t , Moadowvnio: Ilownrd 8. Kennedy, Alma; John M. Dunbar, 
Hopewell; Wallace Rohs, Ferrona ; James A. McDonald, Piedmont 
Valley; Neil Matboson, Lnnsdowno; Jobn D. McQneen, Little 
Htirbour. Ja» J. Hamilton, Wostvillo ; SamI LanKille, River Jobn; 
K()(ik FriiHcr, Marshdalo; Joseph C. McLeod, Roger's Hill; Robert 
Fnlioncr, Grccu Hill ; Alex Robs, Cariboo River. 

CouNTT OP QuRKNS— KIdrod Cohoon, Enoch Stoadman, Lowia 
A. Spona^le, Stewart F. Gardner, Richard Knowles, William 
11. Freeman, Stephen Smith, Joseph B. Harlow, Ix)wis Minard, 
Thoodosius Ford, A. M. Hemeon, I. Newton Mack, Simoon F. 
Brown, John H. Dunlap, James P. Mitchell. 8teph(m C. Tupper 
Joseph II. Cook, Asa Morine, Nathan Tuppor, Wm Cowio, ,)oabna N. 
Freeman, Jobn Lacy, Melton F. Douglass, Spencer Cohoon, Chas E. 
Morton, Nelson F. Mcleod, Charles Gushing, jr., Jno W. Cobb David 

j Sheriffs, James E. Daly, Thomas Day, Elislia P. Christopher, John 
Fitzgerald, Jason M. Mack, Stewart Hunt, Benj L. Telfer, Reriah B. 
Mcl'lierson, Hi A. Mowser, Newt F. Minard, Wni Smith, Sim Cohoon, 
Edwin Morine, William A. Kenny, Ira P. Freeman, David Freeman, 

; David McPberson, James H. Nickerson, Aboal Harlow, Stephen 8. 
Waterman, Jobn H. Harlow, Edgar E. Letson, J.N.S. Marshall, Israel 
Cnsliing, Wellington Grimes, Zcnaa McLeod, Robio S. Sterns, Chas 
II. Clements, Colin Mcl^eod, Wm IVicLood, J. L. Darrow, West Berlin ; 
Jus A. Freeman, Kemnt ; John W. Hanly, Brookfield ; Samuel 
Ncily, S. Brookfield, Jonn Allen, E. M. Farrell, Joshua McAdams, 
Port Joli ; Geo. Starratt, Molega ; Albert Daury, Port Mouton; John 
G Morton, Milton 

CopNTY OP Richmond— Kenneth McLeod, Loch Lomond ; 
E. 1*. Flyun, Aricbat; Robert Hill, Donald McLean, Black River; 
William Brvmcr, L'Ardoise ; Patrick Maubourquctte, L'Ardoise ; 
Mnuric e J. Kavanagh, St. Peters ; Kenneth Morrison, Loch Lomond ; 
John Frahill, D. O'C. Madden, John H. Rindress, Aricbat; 
James Smith, Bear Island; David Gruchy, William LeVesconio, 
D'Esconsse ; Angus McLeod Loch Lomond ; Louis Boudrot, Aricbat ; 
Wm Urquhart, Sp. Mountain ; George H. Bissett, River 
Bourgoise ; Hector Murchison, Grand River ; Donald McKay, 
I/Arcliovequo ; Isidore LeBlanc, Aricbat ; Henry Richard, Aricbat ; 
John H. Smith, Aricbat; James llearn, Aricbat; Maximum 
Forept Aricbat; David McNamara, River Inhabitants; Peter 
Gruchy, Aricbat; John Koofe, Pt. Michean ; Albert B. Hooper, 
Fourehe ; Angus McKinnon, Fourche; Neil otewart, Foiirche ; 
Joseph Mathoson, L'Ardoise; Robert G. Proctor, River Inhabi- 
tants ; James Phelan, Aricbat ; Sebastian Vigneau, Aricbat ; 
I R G. Morrison, St. Peters ; Wm Cbisholm, Loch Ijomond ; Hector 
\ McKinnon, I/)ch Lomond; VValter Murray, Basin, R I; Remi Benoit, 
I Arichat; George Clough, Grandiqne ; Sylvester Boudrot, P. D. Grate; 
Edward Proctor, R. Inhabitants; Chas Grant, R. Inhabitants; Neil Mc- 
Lean, Fourche ; Alex McCuish, St. Peters ; Simon P. I^cBlanc, Wepi 
[ Arichat ; Jobn Morrison, St. Peters ; Allan J. McNeil.. St. Peters ; 



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James LeBlanc, Arichat ; M. J. T. McNeil, R. Bourgoiso ; John Mc- 
Neil, Red lalasd ; William Malcolm, Cairiboo Cove ; Edwd LoBlanc, 
W. Arichat ; Michael McNeil, Red Island ; Roderick Fcrgusson 
L'Ardoise; Alfred E. Lenoir, Arichat; Karquhar McPhorson, Gd, 
Antz ; Wallace Pregheixt, L'Ardoise ; D. R. Boyle, W. Arichat ; Jno 
p. Gruchy, D'Escousse ; Michl Doyle, Rocky Bay ; Peter W. Grucliy, 
D'Escousse; Wm Doiron, P. Royal; Charles J. Fuller, jr, Arichat; 
Patrick White, Basin ; Fred W. Bissett, R. Bonrgoise; Joseph g! 
Mauborquette, L. L'Ardoise ; Jas N. Sampson, L L'Ardoise ; Norman 
McAskill, Fiamboise ; Ang McAulay, Grand Riv ; Alex Boutin, West 
Arichat ; Danl Gerrior. Arichat ; Jno Mclsaac, L'Ardoise ; Jas. R. 
Thomson, P D Grate ; Jno McAskill, West Arichat : John D. Miithe- 
sou, St. Peters; Edwd. Malcolm, Cariboo Cove; Amie Terio, West 
Arichat; Wra O'Brien, Salmon River ; Ron Currie, Hockdale ; Don 




Francis Mermeau, Arichat ; Mai H. McLeod, River Inhabitants; Ken. 
Mcintosh, St. George's Channel ; Murdoch A. Mclnnis, S. S\(lo St. 



Gaorges Channel. 

County of Shelburne. — District of Shellmrne. — Joseph Walters, 
Jno G. N. Dall, William Dunlap, James W. Smith, Robert G. ! 
Irwin, George A. Cox, Elisha W. Perry, Robert Watson Freeman, I 
James Bower, John Bower, Edward P. Greenwood, Simeon IlardingJ 
Amos Ilagar, Robert Henry Bolman, James Leslie Mc Alpine, Joinij 
E. DeMolitor, James E. Itichardson, James Lewis ftlcKay,| 
Philip E. C. Bower, Ebenezer W. Harrington, Adam B.Hamilton, 
Wm Firth, Jos E. Lloyd, Jos McKay. Leander McKenzic, Green Ubr. 
W. A. McDonald, George Harding, John H, Thorburne, Jordan 
Bay; Arthur Hood, Shelburne; Abraham C. McLean ; John A. li. 
Morrison, Sandy Point; Colin Locke, Lockeport ; Eben A Muiiroe, 
Roseway ; John B. Harding. Buckland. District of Barrinrjlon. — W.H. 
Coffin, F. W. Homer, T.W.Watson, J. B. Lawrence, D. Sargent, Jas L. 
Swain, Wm B. Smith, Alf Smith, H. Chute, Geo Wilson, Jos Wail, J.M. 
Shand, Vincent Nickerson, J. C. Atkinson, W. 11. Matheson, Dav K. 
Smith, Jas R. King, John Nickerson, John Marden, D. G. Daley, 
Abram Ross, John Cunnin^rham, N. N. Adams, B. F. Kenney, li 
McKinnon, Job A. Crowell, James W. Smith, James L. Nickerson, 
Edwin Snow, Arnold Cunninerham-, Josiah Hopkins, John A. Christie, 
Up Port La Tour ; Roswell Brown, Thos W. Covert. 

County of Victoria. — Charles J. Campbell, Baddeck ; John A, 
Eraser, Baddeck; Donald McLean, Lauchlan McPhaden, Baddeck; 
Angus Mclvor, South Side Little Narrows; Rod McRae, Bay St 
Lawrence; Kenneth Bnchannn, Glen; Jno W. Burke, Ingoiiisli; 
Angus Cameron, Ingouish; Sainl C. Campbell, Baddeck; Jesse 
Roper, Cape North; Neil Morrison, CJape North; Murdoch McKay, 
Big Baddeck; John J. McCabe. Baddeck; Jno McLennan, Ed McLeod, 
Kenneth McDonald, Middle Hiver; John McDonald, Cape Noith; 
Jno McDonald, North River, St. Anns ; Jno McLeod Munroes Put; 
Hen Foyle, Baddeck; Hector McNeil, Grand Narrows; Jno S. McNeil, 
Grand Narrows; Angus Mclvor, Little Narrows; Kenneth McKenzie, 
Bonlardarie ; Duncan McAskill English Town ; Jno Morrison, South 

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Gut; Donald J. McRae, Boalardarie; Hugh McAskill, Little NarrowH; 
Edward W. McCurdy, Baddeck; Daniel McDonald Badueck ; 
Malcolm McLeod, North Shore ; Murdoch McKepr/Ie, Munrocs 
Point, St. Anns ; Charles McDonald, Baddeck Bay ; diaries L. 
Campbell, New CampboUton Mine ; David McCurd", Baddeck ; 
Donald McKenzie, Boulardarie ; Chas R. Hart, Baddeck ; CImrhs 
McRac, Middle River ; Leonard McLeod, Middle River ; Don Walker, 
McKinnons Interval ; Alex McLeod, English Towir; Duncan Kerr, 
Boulardarie ; John McLean, English Town ; Robt D Campbell, Capo 
North ; Joseph Heelen, Cape North; John Munroe, Eel Cove St. Anus ; 
Duncan McLeod, North Shore; Don. B. McLeod, North Shore 
St. Anns ; Duncan McDonald, English Town ; Allan McMillan, Upper 
Baddeck ; Donald F. McRae, Baddeck; Angus McKenzie, North Rivet 
St. Anns ; Daniel Livingston, Big Bras Doi, Boulardarie ; Peter S. 
McLean, Washaback ; Thomas S. McLean, Baddeck; John 
Ciimpbell, South Gut ; D. J. McLeod, North River ; D. McLean, 
Hunters Mt. ; M. McLean, Neil W. McKenzie, Wa»hal)ack ; John 
McDonald, Baddeck ; John L. Bethunc, Baddeck ; John W. Campbell, 
Middle River; Duncan M<5Lennan, Middle River; James C. McDon- 
ald, lona; Kenneth McRitchie, Baddeck; Roderick Beaton, St 
Patricks Channel ; Kenneth McLeod, Middle River ; Alexander 
McDonald, Nyanza; Murdoch McDonald, Little Narrows; Neil McDon- 
ald, Baddeck ; Kenneth J. McKay, Baddeck ; Arthur W. McCurdy, 
Baddeck; James McDonald, Washabuckt; James Malonoy, Dingwall ; 
John E. McLeod, Ingonish ; Allan L. McLean, UF)per Baddeck ; 
Donald Smith, Green's Cove; Donald Morrison, (John's son) 
North Gut, St. Anns ; Stephen L. Tingley, Aspy bay ; James 
C. Mackay, Baddeck ; Donald R. McDonald, Boulardarie ; Michael 
E. McNeil, Ingonish ; Alexander S. McDonald, Baddeck ; 
Lauchlan Beaton, Boulardarie; A. B. McDonald, Meat Cove ; Wm 
McDonald, Big Bras Dor ; John H. McDonald, Liltlo Crossing ; John 
G. Morrison, Englishtown ; James Shea, Ingonish ; Angus McLean, 
Ingonish ; H P. Blanchard, Baddeck ; Neil McNeil, Jamesville ; 
Murdoch D. McAskill, Big Baddeck; Rodk. Mcl^cod, North Shore; 
Murdoch H. McKenzie, Baddeck; A. A. Buchanan, jr., Neil's Har- 
bour. 

County op Yarmouth. — District of Yarmouth. — Nathan Hilton, 
18.'j4 ; George Crosby, Nelson Corning, John Reynard, 18.59 ; Charles 
Steele, Charles Tedford, 1864; Jonathan Randall, John A. 
Hatfield, 1866 ; Samuel Hamilton, '867 ; Jacob Landers, J. 
W. Moody, James Durkce, Charles E. Brown, 1869 ; J. C 
Anderson, S. M Ryerson, B. P. Ladd, Nathan Lewis, T. M. Lewis, 
1870 ;T. B. Crosby, William V. Brown, Frank Killain, Ansel 
Robbins, 1871; R. K. Rosa, E. E. Archibald, 1872; W. H. 
Moody, W. D. Lovitt, Richard C. Cann, Wm. Law, Thomas 
Killaiii, Charles Cahan, jr., 1873; J. C. Blackadar, Ira Porter,' 
John Murphy, Daniel McLaufjhlin, Amos Hilton, 1874 ; J. R. 
Kinney, Anslev Porter, David Crosby, Nathan B. Lewis, W. S. 
Porter, 1875 ; E. E. Ring, Wm. Burrill, jr., 1876 ; G. R. Smith, S J. 
Hatfield, 1877; H. H. Crosby, James Crosby, 1878; E. S.Williams, 
Abrahnin Thurston, J. W. H. Rowley, W. H. Cook, Francis 
G. Cook, James F. Scott, 1879; Barnard E. Rogers, 1881 ; John 
Lovitt, 1883 ; A. F. Stoueman, James C. Bent, Bcnj Annis, 1885 ; 



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Dcmis F. Scovill, 1886 ; John S. Cook, Whitman Batlor, Edward F. 
Parker, Geo G. Sanderson, 1887; Edgar Crosby, George E. Lavera 
Ilirani Gondcy, Lemuel C. Haley, 1888; Comfort Clements, Jos h! 
Crosby. Snml A. Bain, Freeman C. Gardner, Norman C. Stricklimi 
Moses E. Sannders, Henry Burrilljr.. Edgar K. Spinney, 1889 ; David 
A. Sanders, Lewis Tedford, 1890; Edward Hilton, Stephen B. Murray, i 
1891 ; Joseph W. Eldridge, Asa Wyman, Bowman B. Law, Joseph M' 
Cann ; Jacob K. Hatfield. Nathaniel Eldridge, 1892 ; W. H. S. I)iihl-j 
green, Henry S. Crosby, George S. Taylor W. C. Crosby, John Guen ' 
189-i. District of Argi/le.—Veter S. D'Eiitromot, 1856 ; Jeremiah' j 
Sims, Enos Gardner, Peter Surcttc, O. W. Slocomb, Cyrillc Bahin ■ 
Louis B.D'Entremont, 1859 ; J I. Brand, l?61 ; Philip Hilton, 1865J* 
Albert Giyton, James H McLaron, 1866; Jacob Flint, Matthew 
Jeffry, Simeon Gardner, 1869; James Doucett, 1879; Jarvis 
D'Entremont, 1871; Jaraus A. Hatfield, Ansolra O. Porter, For-' 
man Hatfield, Dennis Surette, Eli Porter, 1872; Nathaniel Travis,; 
Milford Sims, Charles D'Entremont, 1873 ; John Goodwin, James 
Amiro, Lemuel Hamilton, 1874 ; \Vm. H. Giivel, 1876 ; Job Sterns 
Blaurett, 1877; David L. Porter, 1878; Jack>on Richer, 1882; 
Zachary Surette, Placide Surette, James A. Babin, 1883; A^o phus 
S. Lent, Henry L. D'Knt'emont, 1884 ; Louis P. LeBlane, 
rx)uis T. Bourque, 1885 ; Charles Andrews, Josv.-ph Bourique, E, : 
C Simonson, 1887; Adoiphus S. Portier, 1888; Vincent Richard, 
Tuskct Wrdge, 1889 ; Isaac L. Van Embory:. Marin O. Porter, Tusket 
Wedge ; Thadec D'Entremont, Pubnico ; Joshua H. Amero, Tuskct 
1894. 



CANADIAN BANK NOTES. 



Undbr the new Banking Act, which went into eflfect Isfc Ju y, 1891, the Bink 
Notes of any Canadian Bank are redeemable at ])ar in any , part o( Canada. Pre- 
vit us to thiu it was the cuBtoin o( the Banks in one Province to charge afmill 
commission for cashinjf the Notes of Banks in distant Provinces ; this is now done 
away with. 

Another important point is that Tinder the new law it is impossible for the 
holders of Notes of failed or suspended Banks to lose by them, for a fund has been 
established, and is now in the hands of the Government at Ottawa, amply autli- 
cient to pay the notes of any suspended Bank. This fund, which is known as the 
" Bank Circulation Redemption "^und, ' was formed by a contribution from every 
Bank, graded accordin;;^ to circulation, and'should it fall below aspeciRed amount, 
owim; to the payment from it of the notes of a failed Bank, the other Banks of 
tiie Dominion, must again contribute to make up the deficiency. In fact, strange 
as it may appear, such notes would be very likely to j^ro to a preiriuin at once, as 
by law they bear six per cent, interest from tho time of the Bank's suspension 
until the day named for payment. 

Tno amount of notes of any hank in circulation at any time shall not excceij 
the amount of its unimpaired capital, subject to penalties varjiiii; with the 
amount of suuh excess. 

The payment of notes issued by any bank for circulation shall bo the first 
charge on its assets in case of insolvency, any amount due to the Dominion Gov- 
ernnmnt stall be the second charge, and any amount duo to any Provimia! Gov- 
ernment shall be the third charge. 

Any bank, when making payment, is compelled, if reqtiested, to pay tiic 
same, or part thereof, not exceeding one hundred dollars, in Dominion notes, for 
!}1, !J2, or $4 each. 

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G. W. liRHE, lili.B., 

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LUNENBURG, NOVA SCOTIA. * 

Agent for reliable Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Companies. 

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NAMES. 



Sutherland, W. D., 
Tanner, Charles E., 
Thomson, James, Q.c, 
Thompson, Stanley R., 
Thom|)Son, W. Ernest, 
Thomson, Walter K., 
Tobin, Thomas P., 
Townshend, J. M., qc, 
Tremain, Edward D., 
Tiemain, Fred. J., qc, 
Tremain, Iliifus A., 
Troop, Arthur G., 
Tnpper, Sir C. H., Q,c., 
Tnpper, William J., 
Twining, William, 
Uniacke, A. M., d.c.l., 
Uniacke, Robie, 
Viets, John M., , . '.; 
Wade, Allan V., 
Wii'le, Fletcher B., Q.c. 
WwJ, Joseph A., 
Wallace, John W., 
Wallace, Thomas J., 
Wallace, Wm. Bernard, 
Walsh, William VV., 

Webster, B., Q.C, 

Wcldon, Richard C.,Q.C. 
Weston, Byron A,, 
White, A. J.. Rep:. Dds. 
White, N.W., Q.C, 

Whitford, Jos. Arthur, 

Whitman, Alfred, 

Whittior, Herbert H , 
Wick wire, Henry H , 
Woodworth.Chnrles M, 
Woodworth, D. B , Q.C, 



Admitted Attorneys. 


7 Dec. 


1864 


28 Dec. 


1878 


26 July, 


1846 


8 Dec. 


1885 


24 Oct. 


1893 


13 Dec. 


1887 


29 Sep. 


1890 


16 Dec. 


1875 


31 May, 


1860 


22 Oct 


1867 


17 July, 


1872 


14 Dec. 


1886 


1.5 Dec. 


1877 


4 Jan. 


1886 


4 Dec. 


1848 


29 Oct. 


1833 


2 Aug. 


1858 


. , 10 May, 


1864 


8 Dec. 


1885 


20 July, 


1875 


6 Nov. 


1893 


13 Dec. 


1876 


28 Nov. 


1853 


18 Dec. 


1884 


14 Dec. 


1886 


17 July, 


1872 


9 Dec. 


1884 



19 July, 
11 May, 

4 Jan. 
18 April 

20 Dec. 
7 Nov. 

27 Oct. 
18 April 
24 Oct. 



Residence. 



1873 
1857 
1859 
1892 
1881 
1882 
1891 
1893 
1865 



Windsor. 
I'ictou. 
Halifax. 
Victoria, B. C. 
Halifax. 

Do. 

Do. 
Amherst. 
Port Hood. 
Halifax. 
Truro. 
Halifax. 
Ottawa. 
Winnipeg. 
Halifax. 
England. 
Halifax. 
Digby. 

Do. 
Bridgewater. 
Antigonish 
Wolfvillo. 
Halifax. 

Do. 

Do. 
Kentvillc. 
Halifax. 

Do. 

Do. 
Shclburno. 
Bridgewater. 
Halifax. 
Sholburno. 
Kentville. 
Edmonton. 
Kentville. 



H. E. GILLI3, 

Conuiiigsioiier for the Province of New Brunswick. 
Coininissioner for the State of Massachusetts. 



FRED. W. HARRIS. 



G/LL/S & HmiS, 

Barristers, •:• Solicitors, 

AKNAPOLIS ROYAL, - - NOVA SCOTIA. 



Agents for R. G. Dun & Co., St. John and Halifax. 
Agents for Bradstreet's Commercial Agency. 

General Agents for Fire, Marine and Life Insurance. 

Members of the United States Law Association. 
«S"REAL ESTATE AGENTS.TSi 



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INLAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT. 

Innpector fai' Nova Scutia, R. Borkadailb. 
Halifax — Collector, H. H. Grant. Deputy Collector, R. M. King, 
Accountant, T. C. James. Excisemen, F. G. WainwriKht, P. Hafi-artv 
D. Carrol, P. 'rompkln.s, J. G. Stundish, C. W. Blethen, II. II. \\(x\^\ 
A. M. Gorman. Assistant Collectors, Yarmouth, H. D. Miinro' 
Amherst, C. E. R ate h ford ; Truro, II. C. Blair; Weymouth. N. B 

JoiiCS. , 

PiCTOU — Collector, W. M Duslan. / , 

North Sydney — Collector, M. A. McDonald. ' / i 5 

Sxcise Duties. -' 

Beer, brewed in whole or in part from any other substance 

than malt 10 cts por gn\ 

Cigars, of all kinds, Foreij^n $B 00 per lOOO 

" made from Canadian Loaf. 3.0.) per 1000 

Malt U cts per lb 

Spirits, Manufactured from Uav; or Un-malted Grain $1.50 ' 

" *• " Malted Barley, no E.\cise or Cus- 

toms Duty having been paid. . 1.52 
" •• ' Molasses, Syrup or Sugar (in bond) 1.53 

Petroleum Free 

" Inspectors' fees— Packages 10 to 50 gals 10 cts per pckee 

" " " 5 to 10 gals 5 ct. per gal 

" " " under 5 gals 2J cts per gal 

Tobacco and Snuff 25 cts per lb 

Common Canada Twist, called tobac bhnc en tor quette, 

madii from tobacco the growth of Canada. 5 cts per lb 

Vinegar 8 cts per gal 

Licenses. 
Bonded Manufactures annually, $50 



Brewers 

Distillers or Rectifiers 

Compounding, 

Maltsters — 4 class, 5 )0 to 1000 centals malt per month, 

3 1000 to 1500 

2 1500 to 2000 

1 2000 and upward ./ . 

Tobacco Manufacturers 

Bonding Warehouse 

WEIQHTS AND MEASUKES. 



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Inspkctors. — Halifax, J. B. Ryan, Ed. Kelly, Food Inspector, and 
Dep. Inspector of Weights and Measures, 3 George St. Sydney, L. E. 
Tremaine; Pictou, J. McKay, J. J. Chisholm; Yarmouth, Charles Allison. 

Gas Inspection. 

Under Act 49 Victoria, Chap. 101, 1886, provision is made for the 
Inspection of Gas, which in Canada is to be of the illuminating i 
po "er of sixteen candles. Apparatus for testing and analysing thoj 
Gas supplied to Halifax, has been fitted up at 5 George Street. 
Inspector /or Nova Scotia, Archibald Miller. 



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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, CANADA. 



NOVA SCOTIA POSTAL DIVISION. 

Post Office Inspector, Lieut.-Col. Charles J. Macdonald. Asst. P. 
0. Inspectors, Douglas Stewart, Alfred Costlcy. Clerks, Inspector's 
Office, T. E. Davison, S. J. R. Sircom, W. \V. Page, T. J. Curren, 
L. I). Curren, E. A. Macdonald. Messenger, Frank Griffin^ 

Bailway Mail Service. 

Chief Clerk, Alfred Browne. Clerks, J. McN. Gabriel, J. W. 
II. Cameron, R. Davison, S. Rail, G A. . <awkesworih, J. 
D. Ross, Thos. Keith, William Bennett, W. C. McKinnon, John 
Campbell, W. H. McRobcrt, Chas. E Power. W.P.Eaton, Frederick 
Southall, II. R. Little, D. O'Sullivan, R. H. Ross, Edward Rohton, 
A. McDonald, J. E. Bigney, J. S. F. McLcod, T. W. Blenkinsop, J. 
P. Keating. C. McRae, F. N. McMillan, J. H. Kelly. 

Halifax Post Office. 

Post Master, H. W. Blackadar. Assistant Postmaster, F. V. Tremaine. 
Clerks, F. P. Bent, J. S. O'Bryan, William H. Chamberiain, T. 
G. Creighton, T. W. Casey, Patrick J. Mulcahy, C. D. Eraser, C. 
M. R. Lownds, L. W. Travis, F. J Power, William F. i.^arker, Edw. 
J. Dclanev, A. C. Crowe, W. H. Walker, H. A. Boggs,^jJ. A. Sullivan, 
D. A. King, P. F. Brcnnan, D. A. McLellan. W. C. Harris, W. S. 
Fultz, J. A. Meagher, P. S. Pender. Superintendent of Letter Cari'iers, 
S. Saunders. Letter Carriers, J. Fitzgerald, John Wilson, H. G. 
Laurilliard, J. Mahar, J. O'Malley, Robert Myers, John A. Grant, 
George Davis, J. P. Lindsay, M. J. Theakston, W. A. Keating, P. J. 
Sullivnn, J. II. Smith, J. J. O'Donnell, Donald Robb, William 
Hiincock, Geo. DeYoung, Wm. Linloff. Box Cdlectors, J. J. Mulcahy, 
Edward Payne. Messenger, W. P. Quinnne. 



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Northern— (By Intercolonial Railway.) 
Counties of'Cumberland and Colches- 
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ill Halifax along the line of Inter- 
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Truro, A'.uheist, Acadia Mines, Shu- 

bei>ricadie and Bedford 

Musquodoboit, via Shubenacadie. . . . 



CLOSE. 



D'lily, Sundays ex. 



Sami-daily Sun. ex. 
Daily. 



Eastern— (By riciou Branch.) 
Counties of Picton, Antigftnlsh, and 
Guyaboro'; and Island of Cape 

Iheton 

Pictc. (town), New Glasgow, Eureka 
and Stellarton 



Eastern Shore — 
Mnsiinodoboit Harbor,Tangier, Sheet 
Harbor, (by Coach from Halifax).. 

Sheet Haibor— (via Shubenacadie). . 



Daily, Sundays ex. 
Semi-daily, Sun. ex. 

Men., Wed., Fri. 
Tues., Thurs., Sat. 



AIIRIVE. 



Daily, Smidays ex. 

Semi-daily, Sun. ex. 
Daily. 



Daily, Sundays ex. 
Semi-daily, Sun. ex 

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MAILS. 



Weslfirn^(Hy W. t A. Railway.) 
Brid^ewater, Lunonbiir^, Mahone 
Day and Counties of Qufens, Shel- 
burne, Yarinotith, Digby, Anna- 
polis, and Kings, and Western 

Hants 

EUerslioiiae, Newport Station, Wind- 
sor, Haiitaport, WoUVille, Port 
Williams Station & Kentville.. . 



Western Shore — (By Coach.) 
Chester and Settlements at head 
of N. W. Arm and St. Margaret's 
Bay (Co. of Halifax) 



New Brunswick. 



Ontario, (Quebec, Manitoba, and British 
Columbia. 



Magdalen Islands via Pictou. 



P. E. Island via P ctou in summer, 
via Cape Tormentine in winter 



Neio/o undland — 

Canada & Newfoundland, S. S. Co.. 

By New York, Halifax and New- 

foiindhmd Line 

West Coast of Newfoundland — 

By Hdil'ax and Xewfoundland Lines 
South Coast of Newfoundland— 
St, Pierre et Miquelon 



llermuda, W. Indies, if British Guiana 

By direct steamer from Halifax 

Via the United States 

By Ships of War 



The United States— 
Via St. John, N. B. 



Mexico, Central America, and Atlantic 
coast of South America, via New York 

Pacific Const of South America, Austra- 
lia, New Zealand, via San Francisco. 

China and Japan, via Vancouver, B. C, 



Great Britain and Ireland- 
Via Rimouski in summer. 

Direct in winter 

ViiTNew York 



British Colonies and Foreign Countries 
by way of England — 

Via Rfmoubki Direct 

Via New York 



CLOSE. 



ARRIVE. 



Daily, Sundays ex. 
Semi-daily, Sun. ex. 

Daily, Sundays ex. 
Semi-daily, Sun. ex. 
Daily, Sundays ex. 

Weekly duringseason 

of navigation. 
Daily, Sun. ex. 
Daily, Sundays sx. 

Uncertain. 
Uncertain. 

Fortnisrhtly. 

Fortnij»htly. 

Every alternate Mon- 
day after arrival of 
P^nj;liiih mail. 

Monthly. 

Daily, Sundays ex. 

As opportunity ott'ers 

Semi-Daily, Sun. ex. 

Daily, Sundays ex. 

Daily, Suiulaya ex. 
Daily, Sundays ex. 



Saturday. 
Saturday. 
Three times a week. 



See Oreat Britain & 
Ireland above. 



Daily, Sundays ex. 
Semi-daily. Sun. ex 

Daily, Sundays ex. 
Semi-daily, Sun. ex. 
Daily, Sundays ex. 

Weeklyd iir! Hfrpeaaon 

of navi£;ntion. 
Daily, Sumlays ex. 
Daily, Sundays ex. 

Uncertain. 

Uncertain. 

Fortnightly. 
B'ort nightly. 
Fortnightly, days un- 
certain. 



Monthly. 
Days nrcertain. 
Uncertain. 



Semi-daily, Sun. ex. 

Days uncertain. 

Days uncertain. 
Uncertain. 



Weekly, day uncert. 
Weekly, day uncert. 
Days uncertain. 



See Oreat Britain ^ 
Ireland above. 



Letters intended for Registration must be posted half an hour pre- 
rious to the closing of the Mail by which they are to he for<varded, nnd 
both 'he Postage and the Registration Fee must be pre-paid. Regis- 
traiion closes Anally at 7.30 p.m. 

Money Orders issued and paid from 9 a.m., to 4 p.m. 



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STRBBT LETTER BOXES. 



The location of the Street Letter Boxes is as follows : — Huhley's 
on Windsor Street, Corner of Windsor and Almon Streets, Corner of 
Qninpool Road and Ilobie Streets, Foot of Salter Street, Corner | 
of Morris and Pleasant Streets, Foot of Green Street, Corner of ' 
South Park and Victoria Road, Injrlis Street, opposite | 
Victoria Road. South Park Street (School for the Blind), Foot of 
Birmingham Street, Corner Spring Garden Road, and South 
Park Street, Corner of Queen Street and Spring Garden Road, Corner 
of Queen and Tobin, Corner of Pleasant Street and Spring Garden 
Road, Robie Street, near Bishop's Chapel, Foot Cutiaru Street, 
Ca.^pbcll Road (near Sugar Refinery), Corner of Cornwallis 
and Brunswick, Foot of Almon Street, Corner of Sackville and 
Biurington Streets, Corner of Argyle and Buckingham Streets, 
Foot of Cogswell Street, (./ornerof Cogswell and Bauer Streets, Corner 
of Cuiiard and Morcn Street^*, Corner of Gottingen and Corn- 
wallis Streets, Corner of Gottingen and North Streets, Corner 
of North and Lockmau Streets, Corner of Agricola and West Streets, 
Corner of Lockman Street and Artz Lane, Corner of Gerrish and 
Brunswick Streets, Foot of Cornwallis Street, Foot of Jacob Street, 
North Street Railway Station, Richmond. Collections are made 
from Letter Boxes three times a day, and on Sund lys at 10 o'clock p.m. 

HALIFAX LKTTER CARRIERS' DELIVERY. 

The Delivery of Letters by Carriers is as follows : Two deliveries 
daily, Sundays' excepted, commencing at 8 30 a. m. and 3 30 p. m. ; 
except in the Northern, Southern, and Western Suburbs, and Richmond, 
where there is but One delivery daily, Sundays excepted, commencing 
at 8.30a.rn. 

Letters for these deliveries will be received at the General Office up 
to within 15 minutes of the commencement of each delivery. 

HALIFAX SUBURBS AND DARTMOUTH. 

Mails due from the Gottingen Street Branch Office daily at 6 a. m., 
12.15 p. m., and 3,15 p. m. 

Mails sent to Dartmouth three times per day ; to Rockingham 
Station, daily, at 6.30 a. m. ; and to Fairvicw Station on Tuesdays, 
Thursdays and Saturdays. 

The rate of postage on letters to Dutch Village, Fairview Station, 
and Dartmouth is one cent per oz. Pre-payment by stamp 

compulsory. 

POST OFPIOEa IN NOVA SCOTIA. 

There are over 1 500 Post Offices in operation in Nova Scotia. Of 
these, the Ilialifax Office, and those in the following list are Money 

Order offices. - 



Post Okficks, Post Masters 



Acadia Mines 

Advocate Harbor 

Amherst 

Annapolis 

*Antiiionish 

Arichat 



J. G Blaikie, 
G. A. Morris. 
Amos Purdv. 
A. W. Corbitt. 
Alex. McKinnon. 
Mrs. S. E. Ballam. 



Post Offices. 

Alhol 

Aiiburn 

*Aylesf(y>'d 

*Badcteck 

Baileti's Brook 

Barrington 



Post Masters. 

D. F. Archibald. 
Geo. W, Eaton. 
Fred E. Harris. 
Miss M. S. McLean. 
D. D. McDonald. 
J. M. Watt. 



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Post Officks. Post Masters. Post Offices. Post Masters. 



*Bat8 River 

Bayfield 

Bear River W. 

*Berunck 

Billtoum 

Bo^Uton 

Bridgeport 

* Bi'iilqetmon 

*Bridgeville 

Bridgewater 



Mm. a. T. Dickey. 

W H. Rfnnel8. 
S,V. T.'Hardwick. 

E. C. Foster. 

W. S. Sweet. 

J. R. Atwater. 

Mrs. Cath Brown. 

Enoch Dodge, jr. 

W. F. Ross. 

W. C. Hunter. 
Brodil C<yve Chpl A\px McLellan. 
Brooklm. ( Queen»)B. W Starratt. 

* Caledonia Comer Jos. B. Harlow. 

* Canning Chas. E. Borden. 

* Canto James McKenzie. 

* Chester Miss A Stanford. 
Cheticamp Chnpel, Rev. P. Fiset. 
Christmas Island^James McDougall. 
Chevene Wm. Glenn. 
Clarence S. N. Jackson. 
Clarke's Harbour J. L. Nickerson. 
Clernentsport James P. Roop. 
Cleveland W. R. Morrison. 
Clyde River Geo Thomson. 
Cross Rds, Co HarE. S Sweet. 
Descousse David Gruchy. 
*DartnuMth John E. Leadley. 
*Digby Geo A. Robinson. 
Doct07''s Cove James K. Kenney. 
Kast SonthatnpVnS. F. Lewis. 

* Economy W. A. Fulmer, 
Englishtown Angus McRitchie. 
Eurtka Hugh Grant. 
Feri-y Landing J. McDonald, 

Andrew K. Graham. 



Five Islands 
Folly Village 
Freeport 
Frizzleton 
Gabarus, 
Granville Centre 
Gottingen St, fix. 
Granville Ferry 
Grand Etang 
Grand Pre. 

* Great Village 
Guysborough 
*Hantsport 
Har. ou Boucl • 
Hebron 

* Hopewell 
Hrtbbard's Cove, 
lona 

*l8aac's Harbor 
Kentville 
Kennetcook 
Kingsport 



W. F. Layton. 
A. F. Outhouse. 
James Frizzle. 
J. K. Morrison. 
F. R. Troop. 
,G. J. Kline. 
Hugh M. Irving. 
Jos. Doucette 

O. VV. Trenholm. 
ThoaD. Blaikie. 
Wm. G. Hadley. 
Miss A. M. Shaw. 
Edward Corbett 
Charles Cahan. 
Miss Ella McLean. 
AW. Shatford. 
R. A.MacNeil. 
Allan McMillan. 
J. R. Lyons 
Miss Fannie Salter. 
Kobt. Cox. 



Kingston Station J. F. Reagh. 
*Laii}rencetoton,'Annp)Jno.'W. James. 
Lingan Angus McNeil. 

Little Bras d' Or John H. Clhristie. 
* Little Glace Baykni\\ony Gannon. 
Little River, ^Ifus^^Saml Burris. 



Liveipool 
Lochaber 
*Lockeport 
Louisburg 
Lower Argyle 



Alex. Cowie 
T. J. Sears. 
John Locke. 
Miss W. Kcnnedj'. 
J. F. McLarren. 



Lower DArdoise Rodk. Ferguson. 

* Lower Stewiacke'R. i . Pollok. 
Lunenburg J. M. Anderson. 
Mabou Mrs. M. McDonald. 
•ATrtCcan Robert D. Roach 
Me Gray J. C. McGray. 
Mahone Bay S. Burgoyne, 
Mainadieu Miss Clara Kigbv. 
/l/ai</a»M/,(Hant8)Alexr Koy. 
Margaree Harb^rJ. P. McFarlane. 
Marfjaretville Miss F. Stronach. 
Merigomish J. W. Dunn. 
Metaahan Geo. German. 
Middle Stewiacke John Dickie. 
*Middleton Frank Andrews. 
Mill Village H. H. Mack. 
Milton, (Queens) F. B. Shields. 
*Musquod6't Mrf.Robt. Kaulback. 

" Upper,.!. S. Stewart. 
N'ew Glasgow Wm. Eraser. 
New Rosa . Mrs. O. S. Elliott. 

*Newport Geo. L. Gibson. 

Newport Landings. W. Allison. 
New Victoria ' Lawrence Connell. 
North/m't GeoBrander. 

* North Sydney D. W. McKinnon. 
Noel Osmond O'Brien. 
Old Barns. E. Archibald. 

* Oxford Henry S. Smith. 
Parrsboro F. McAleese. 
Pictou Edmund McPhail. 
Point Tupper H. K. McDonald. 
Port Gew(je, R. G. Anderson. 
Port Hastings Mrs. C. S. McKeeu. 
*Port Hawkesbvry, Mrs.A. A. Beaton. 
Pw't Hood John McMillan. 

Mrs. Marv A. Ellio. 
J. P. Foster. 



Poi-t Howe, 
Port Lome 
Port Maitland, 
Port Medway 
*Poi't Mulgrave 
Pivtla Tour 



VV. S. Porter 
Mrs. Bertha Bo wlby 
Miss Mary Purcell. 
Mrs. S. M. Snow. 

*Pt Moneni CBay).h McRury. 

Port Williams John W. Fullerton. 

Pubnico Harbor, Miss S. E. (yarland. 

*Pugioash, S. P. Borden. 

River Bourgeoise,A\ex. Sampson. 



Iron Cfatesi Wire FenciBff» MUNBO BROS., New Glasgow, N.8. 



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Post Offices. Post Mastehs. Post Offices. Post Masters. 



River John, George Gordon. 
Round Hill James Whitman. 

Sandy Cove L. G. Morehou'^e. 

Shelburne Samuel Muir, jr. 

Sherbrnnke _ MraA.D. McDonald, 
* Shubenacadie Andrw Kirkpatrick 
South Buy {Vic.) F A Bruder. 
South FarmingtonG. II. Sliatl'aer. 
Southampton A. B. Lusby. 
Spviniifield C. Grimm. 

*Spring Hill John Anderson. 
St.An<irew8,{Ant),Co\'m Chisholm 



*St. Peters 

*Stellarton 

Strathlorne 

Sydney 

*S!idney Mines 

* fatamaffouche 

Thorhurn 

Tidiush, 

Tracadie 



Rodk. G. Morrison 
John Kraser. 
A. I). McLean. 
Alex Matheson. 
Danl McCormick. 
Mrs Jane Purvis. 
Daniel Cameron. 



Trenton A. McKay. 

Truro \Vm. McCully. 

Tusket J M.Lent. 

Upi} Steioiacke Francis Cox. 

B. S. Seaman. 
J. P. Pineo. 
John McCulloch. 
James McDonald. 
Bfnj. H. Kuggles. 

j Robt. Hall. 

Duncan Balfour. 

C. D. Jones. 
Bridge George J. Hoyt. 

Whycocomngh, Mrs. C. McDonald. 
G. B. Irwin. 
L. H. Elliott. 
Peter S. Burnham. 
George V. Rand. 
A. J. Hood. 



Witilace 

* VVaterville 
Walton 
West Bay 

* Weatp^'t 
West liiver. 
Sheet Harbor 

* WestvUle 
Weymouth 



Wine Harbor^ 
Wilmot, 

* Windsor, 

* Wolfville, 
Yarmouth, 



Silas Taylor. 
Placide Delory. 

Where an asterisk (*) is prefixed in the above list, the office is a 
Post Office Savings Bank. 



Postage Stamps, Postage Cards, etc., issued by the Canadian 

F. O. Department. 

The stamps issued by the Canadian Post Office Department, are of 
the following denominations, viz.: postage stamps, i c, 1 c, 2 c, 3 c, 
5 c., 6 c, 8 c, 10 c, 12i c, 15c., 20 c. and 50 c. ; 3 c. letter cards and 
1 c. and 3 c. envelopes arc also supplied. 

Post Cards are issued at one cent each, and may be sent to any 
address in Canada or United States. Reply Post Cards (2 cts.) may be 
j sent to any address In Canada or the United States. Post cards are 
also issued at two cents each for transmission to the United Kingdom, 
Newfoundland, St. Pierre et Miquelon, and certain foreign countries. 
Post Bands are for sale at the rate of $1 .25 per hundred. 

1st Class Matter. 

Includes Letters, Post Cards, Legal and Commercial Papers wholly 
or partly written, (with the exception of those specially exempted,) and 
all matter of the natnro of a letter or written correspondence. 

The letter rate fur Canada, Newfoundland and the United States is 3 
cents per oz., and for other countries 5 cents per k oz. 

Letters addressed to any place in Canada upon which any postage 
has been pi^epaid by stamp, are to bo forwarded to their destination 
charf,'ed with double the amount of the postage thereon not so pre-paid, 
which amount is to be collected on delivery. 

Letters addressed to places in Canada or in the United States, wholly 
unpaid, and letters addressed to the United States on which at least 
one full rate (3 cents) has not been prepaid, are sent to the Dead Letter 
office. 

RB-DIRECTED LETTERS. 

Letters re-dire^.ted to places in Canada, the United States and Postal 
Union Countries, without being taken out of the post office, are not liable 
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POST OFFICE DEPAHTMKNT. 



REQUEST LHTTUnS. 

Letter!! for places in Canada, Newfoundland and tlio Unilod Htntcig 
sent in envelopes having printed thereon a RKquKMT thnt the letlerH he 
returned to the sender, or hearing in the corniir «)f tht) onvelopo the 
printed address of the sender, will he returned direct to the sondors 
instead of being sent to Dead Letter Offlce, 

POST CARDS. * '^L. 

For Canada and the United States, ono cent inch. For Great 
Britain, Newfoundland and all Postal Union Counti'ifiB, two fcntH each. 
Reply cards, for Canada and the Uniied Staten, two cenin cnch. 
Nothing must be attached to a Post Card, .except iin ndditinnal ntauip 
when necessary, nor must the card he cut or doincod in any way. 

2nd Class Mattor. 

Newspapers and periodicals posted from the ofTlco of publication, 
and authorized to pass free of postage to rouulnr suhNcriborii in Canada 
Newfoundland and the United States. 

3rd Class Matter. I 

NEWSPAPERS AND PBRIODIOALR. 

Transient newspapers within the Dominion and the United Stntes, 
1 cent per four ounces or fraction thereof — hut a Hingio pnpor weighing 
not more than one ounce will l)e forwarded for J cent. For the 
United Kingdom and all Postal Union couiitrieti, the rate is 1 cent pur 
two ounces, or fraction of two ounces. 

A newspaper or periodical must ha/e no cover which can not easily 
b3 withdrawn. It must contain no cncluHUro. It must have no 
writing thereon hut the name and address of the person to whom it 
is sent. 

BOOKS, CIRCULARS, KTO. 

The postage on printed books, pamphlets, circulrtM, oflf;».':!":ial publi- 
cations, etc., addres-sed to Canada, is I cent per 4 o/.. To the United 
States, Newfoundland, Great Britain and all European countries, I 
cent per 2 oz. The postage on blank books, printerr*' proof shoi'tH, maps, 
prints, drawings, engravings, litho;4raph8, photographs, shoet music, 
printed forms, entirely blank, and printed stationery, etc., addressed to 
Canada and the United States, is I cent per 2 oss. No packatri^ must 
exceed 2 feet in length by 1 foot in width or depth. The limit of 
weight for Canada, United States and Great Rritnin is ft lbs. 

Seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots and scions or grafts can only he sent to 
the United States as 5th class matter; when noBtod for delivery in 
Canada, the postage is 1 cent per 4 oz., and the limit of weight 5 lbs. 

Commercial papers and legal documents may bo sent to Great 
Britain, all European countries and United States, at A cents for the 
first 10 oz.,and 1 cent for every additional 2 oz These papers, when 
posted for delivery in Canada, must be prepaid at Letter or Parcel 
Post rates— but deeds and insurance policies may be sent if prepaid 1 
cent per 2 oz. / 

PATTERNS AND BAMPLRH. 

Dotui fide patterns and samples of merehandm, not exceeding 24 
ounces in weight, may be sent to any place in Canada at 1 cent per 4 
ounces. Mast be put up so as to admit of inspection. Goods sent in 
e/ecution of an order, however small the quantity msy be, or articles| 



Mattresses, Cots, Conches, MUHRO BROS., Mew Olasgow, N.8. 



Send for MAGAZINE CATALOGUE to T. C. ALLEN A CO. 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 



137 



sent by one private individual to another, not being actually Tradt 
Patterns or Samples, are not admissable as suoh. The limit of weight 
to United Kin^^dom is 5 IbH., and the limit of size 2 Tt in length bv 1 
in breadth or depth. Postage, 2 cents for the first 4 ounses, and 1 
cent for every additional two ounces. 

4th Class Matter. 
Closed parcels may be sent to places in Canada. They must bo 

Elainly addressed and should have the sender's name on the lower left 
and corner. No correspondence must be enclosed. 

Parcels for Canada must be prepaid 6 cents for 4 ounces, and mmit 
not exceed 5 lbs. in weight nor 2 feet in length by I foot in width or 
depth. They may be registered for a fee of 5 cents. 

5th Class Matter. 
Comprises such articles of general merchandise as are not entitled 
to any lower rate of postage. Postage 1 cent per oz , or fraction of an 
ounce. Limit of weight 5 lbs., of size, two feet in length bv one foot 
in wiilth or depth. Matter claiming to be 5th class must be open to 
inspection, and there must bo no correspondence enclosed. Puckagos 
of 5th class matter may be sent to the United States for the same pre< 
payment as is required within the Dominion, but the contents will be 
liable to customs inspection and collection of duty in the United 
States. Sealed tins containing fish, lobster, vegetable*, meat, etc., if 
put up in a solid manner and labelled in such a way as to fully indi- 
cate the nature of their contents may be sent as 5th class matter within 
the Dominion, but no sealed matter can be forwarded to the United 
States under this head. Liquids, oils and fatty substances may be 
sent to places in Canada and the United States as 5th class, if put up 
in accordance with the ruling i-efcrring to such articles in the Canada 
Postal Guide. 

FOREIGN PARCEL MAIL. 

A parcel post mail for the United Kingdom is made up weekly at 
the Halifax P. O. for transmission by Canadian Packet. A parcel 
must not exceed 11 lbs. in weight, nor two feet in length by 1 foot in 
widtli or depth. The postage is 20 for the first lb. and 16 cents for 
each additional lb. or fraction thereof. Parcels can be sent to all the 
countries and colonies with which the United Kingdom maintains a 
parcel post. Information as to the principal places, anil the rates 
applicable, can be obtained at the delivery wicket. These ,)arcel8 will 
be subject to the same regulations as regards weight, si' e, etc., as 
parcels addressed to the United Kingdom. A parcel post has been 
established between Canada and Newfoundland on the conditions, Ac, 
(,'overning the transmission of parcels to the United Kingdom. Post- 
age rate 15c.' per lb. 

A Customs declaration form giving an accurate statement of the 
contents and value of the parcel, etc , must be filled up by the sender. 
This form must be aflSxed to the parcel. The forms can be obtained 
at the delivery wicket of the Post Office. 

REGISTRATION. 

Every article intended for registration must be handed in at the Post 
Office, and a receipt obtained therefor. On no account must it be 
dropped into a letter box. The registration fees on letters to places in 



Manhattan Feed, Hay, Oats, k^,, A. B. Fulton ^ Co's., Truro. 




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POST OFFICE DEPARl'MENT. 



Canada, Nowfonndland, the United States, Great Britain and all 
European couiitries, 5 cents. 

All classes of matter may he registered to all defltinations in Canmla 
and throughout the Postal Union ; and iettera may be registered to 
most of the countries not included in the Union. 

MATTER WHICH CANNOT BB FOIIWAROISD THUOUOH THE POST. 

Any explosive substance, liquid; etc., not properly put up, and other 
matter likely to entail risk or injury to the ordinary contents of the 
mail, will be 8cnt to the Dead Letter Office, Ottawa. 

Glass in any form is also inadmissible, except eye-glasses, spectaclcH 
and microscopic slides, which properly put p and prepaid at pared 
post rate or 5th class matter rate. 

No immoral publication, and no letter or po.^t card l)earing injur. 
ious words, devices, etc, can be foiwarded through the mails. i 

Letters containing gold or silver money, jewels or preciou.s artichs 
or anything liable to customs duties, cannot bo forwarded by post to 
any of the Postal Union Countries, except to the United Stute-s. 

List of Principal Articles Trarsmitted by Mail with H^tes of 

Postage- 



ARTICLES. 



Bank Pass Books 

Bank and Broker's quotations 

Blank Forms 

Book or Newspaper Manusoript produced by 

typo-wri*er. 

Books (printed) 

Book4 (blank) 

Botanical, Mincralogiual and Entomological Speei 

mens 

Bulbs 

Calendars 

Cards (Xtnas and Visitin;;:) 

Circulars (Printed) 

Circulars produced by Cyclostyle or multiplying 

process 

Circulars— type-written 

City Letters (Drop Letters) 






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Cuttings 

Deeds . . 

Drawings 

Electrotypes 

Engravings 

ExarMnation Papers (School and College. 

Exhibition Entry Tickets 

Eye Glasses 

Fatty Substances 

Flowers (Cut) 

Grafts 



per 
6c. 4 oz 
1 2 
1 2 



2 
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2 
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3 1 

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Parcel Post 

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Ic. por 2 oz 
Ic. per 2oz 

do. 

do. 
5c. per i oz 



lo. per 2 oz' 

Parcel Post. 
Ic. per 2 oz 

do. 
Parcel Post. 
Ic. per 2 oz 



Parcel Post.| 
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A rainimum prepayment of 5c. is required, covering a rate of 10 oz. 



Eierjihing In Wlie^ MUNBO BBOS., NJEW fiLiSeOW, N. 8. 



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|c. per2oz 

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do. 
Ic. per i oz 



per 2 oz* 

hrccl Post. 
jc. per 2 oz 

do. 

|arcel Post, 

jc. per 2 oz 



parcel Post. 
do. 
do. 
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For Pocket Rooki, PortloUoi, Etc., go to T. C. ALLEN A CO. 



POST OFFICE DKPAKTMICNT. 



139 



ARTICLES. 



irandlilllH 

IiiHiirttiicu Pollcli' 



IiCi{al I'apuM ■( 

LKI'TKaH 

" Ki'Kliitvroil, 6e. in addition to poittaKO..., 

Iill|UlllH 

LltlKi^ruphu ..■•••.••• •, 

MivpH, witli or without iiiountinKH 

Maiiiiitcript (of Kookii or NowMpapurH and MumIu, , , 

MorcliaiKllHu ('open to Inspootion) 

MleroMCopIo HllOo» 



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Militia and Municipal Roturna. 
Mucie 



IniitructtoiiDooki. 
Niiwiipa|i«rii (tr.^niient) . 
Oils 



Parcolu. 



Painphlote 

PattoriiB 

PasH liooka 

PoriodieitlH 

PhotOKrnph* 

PollcieH of Iniuranco 

Post Cards 

•< (in luitk) 

Prices Current (printed) . . . 
Printed Formit (Stationery). 
Roots . 



I 1 

1 1 

I 2 

I 2 

1 4 

1 4 

1 1 

4 



Samples 

Seeds 

Statlntiory (printed) 

Voters' Lists (printed or written) 



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I 4 
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1 4 
1 4 
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1 1 

1 2 

I 2 

I 2 

I 1 

1 1 

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1 2 
1 4 
1 1 
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1 2 
1 2 

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2 

2 

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1 2 



Ic. per 2 oz 
do. • 

do. * 

5u. per i oz8 

Parcel Post. 
Ic. per 2 oz 

do. 

do. » 

Parcel Post. 

Ic. per 2 oz 

do. 

do. 
Rates vary. 

do. 



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do. t 

do. * 

do. 

do. 

do. • 
2u. eiich. 
Ic. per 2 oz 

do 

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Parcel Post, 
lo. per 2 ozf 
Parcel Post, 
lo. per 2 oz. 



» A niinlnium prepayment of 6c. Is required, ooverlnif a rate of 10 oz. 
t A ininlmum prepayment of 2c. is required, eoverlniij' a rate of 4 oz. 
I Uxcupt for Newfimndland, the rate for which U !i ootitu per oz. 
} See rate for morchandlso to U. S. when open tu Inspection. 

Money Orderi, 

On Money Orders drawn bv any Monoy Oidor Office in Canada on 
any other Money Order Office in the Uuinlnlun, the coramiHsiuu is 
as follows :— 7 

Not oxceoding $4 ,,..2 cents. 

Over $4 •' " $10 6 

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issued for more thnn $100; but aa many of $100 oacli may be 
as the remitter requires. 



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r08T OKKICK DKrAUTMKNT. 



Not more than ono Ordur undtr ilOO pNvnhlo in Canada may be 
iasued to tho samo poruon in llio mimo day, drawn on iho same place 
in favor of the same ptiyuu. 

Money onturttare iHHUud in Ciinniiaon tho foll'iwinn Foreign coiiniriog 
and Britiah PosHessioni, at iliu ralflN of uoninilaHJun shown below: 

Nuvlo. 

Nuwfoiindland. 
'Now <)iiliica(Oeriiiaii Pro- 

tootoruto). 
Niiw Hoiilh Wales. 
Now Zoiilanil, 

* North Uornoo(San(l;ikaii) 

"Norwiiy. 

'OriuiKO Krco State. 

I'ananitt (liritlHh Aircncy) 

*Vitrunft\,\, iricliiilliij; Mu^ 

•loirii and tlto Azores. 

OncnDHland. 

Uottiiiaiiia. 



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Africa Kast (Uorinan Poh 

HcaHioiiH). 
Africa West (CaincroonM, 
nanatia, lioiiia, Matadi 
Tojfo). 
Aiiti;;ua. 

*AHia Minor and the Le 
varit : 
(CoT.dia. 
Canea (Kiiaiiia, 

Can ho). 
Chioa (Kliiua). 
Durazzo. . , 
JafTa. 
Jerusalem. 
Haifa (Calffa). 
Kcrnsaoiido (KorcB- 

Houn). 
Mityleiio. 
Frevusa. ' 

Retinio. 
Rhodes. 
SaniHoun. 
Saiiti Qiiaranta (Her- 

ando/). 
Trel)izond(Trapczuiit). 
Valona.) 
^Australia, Southern. 

* Austral in Westoru. 
*Au8tria-IIuii>;ary. 
'^liahanias. 

Bar bn docs. 

BclK'ium. 

Hermudn. 

* British Bechiianaland.. 
*nritiBh Honduras (Bvlizo). 
*Bulj(aria. 

*Ca|jc Colony. 

*Cevlon. 

*Chili 



"(Jyprni, 

'UanlHh Wimt hid Ion, 
'Duninarlt, Iniiliidlri;^ Imi- 
land iiihI thu Karuu la 
lunda. 
Donilniia. 
"Duton KaNt Inilloti, 
•Kuypt, 

"Kalldadtl NlundN, 
Kraiuio and AluoHii, 
*(Jan)l)la, 
(lorniuii Mniplru. 
•(llliraltar. 
"Hold UooMt. 
*Ororiada. 
(hiiana (lirltUh), 
flaw»il(r4aiidwl(th litlihd*<) 
*li<>lliiii'l(NuthorlitniiH). 
llohK-Koiitf, liit'hidltiK 
Ah>(»y,(>ahton, FoiM'hdW, 
Hatikiiw, llnlhow, NImk- 
po, MhunKtiai anil Mwa- 
tow. 
"India (HrltUh), iiiclndInK 
Kiirniali and aijtinditmat 
Ailun, l<iii;di(il. Itandur 
AlioM, nuMlilr(i,Ha«Nftrnh, 
Uuiular, iluHk, liin^ru, 
MiiMUiit and Z>itiKllmr. 
Italy. 
JaniaiuA, 
Japan, 
*Lal)uaii. 
"•Lairos. 
^'Luxemburg, 
♦Malta. 
•MuurltluH, 

'<Hond)iiHa and Lfthiu. 
Muhthurnit. 
"Natal, 



•Mt Helena. 

Ht. Kitts. 
•Ht, liUcla. 
»Ht. Vincent. I 
•Harawak. ' 

•Hoycholles Islands. 
"HIerra I^cone. 

Hniyrna. 

♦ytraits Settlements. 
"8wodon. 

Switzerland. 
•Tangier, (Morocco.) 

Tanmania. 

'Tho Ottoman Towns of 
Adrianoplc, Beyroiitand 
Mtloniea. 
•Tobijro. 
'Transvaal, 
•Trinida.1. 

Tripoli (IJarbary). 

Tunis. 
•Turk's Island. 

United Kin^rdom. 

United States. 

Victoria. 

Virgin Islands, 



Constantinople (Turkey). 

For sums not exceeding— 

$10 920 $m 940 9A0 /' 

lOc. 20c. aOr. 40c. 50r. 
Money Orders on the above countrici nro drawn in Canada Cur- 
rency, and may be had for any mm not in exaann of $50; but Postmasteri) 
are at liberty to issue several ordtim of 960 each if required by the 
remitter. 

Note. — Tho exchange of Money Ordeia with the Countries and 
Britiah Colonics distinguinhod l)y iin Hfttcri-slc (*) is not direct, but 
through London, England. Money Orders pnyablo in these eountries 
are subject, therefore, to tho following sinall abatement, bein>; charges 
made by the British Post Oftice : 

For sums not exceeding— 

j£2 £6 £7 £\0 
3d. 6d. 9d. la. 
Full information in regard to Atoiiey Orders may be obtained at an; 
Money Order Post Office. 



^ Money Order Post Office. | 

ricket Wire Fencing, MUNEO Bft08;* K£W QLAHQOW, V. & 



for Office Reqnisiteg at ri^ht prices go to T. C. ALLEN A CO. 



IlAIIiWAYH. 



141 



Railways, Stage Coaches and Steamers. 



Tl Interooloninl Kailwny connects IIuHfax, N. S., with St John, 
N. H. ; ft'ul hy Moncton and I'oint Lovi with tho Grand Trunk 
Railway to Montreal, and iho wiiolo Railway syHtuin of Clanada; and 
by a hrancli lino from Truro to I'ictou, with tlio Gulf of St. Lawrence. 
Ueiieral Manager, I). J'oltinger, Moncton, N. B. Has Stations as 
ollows: — 



NOVA SCOTIA. 

Halifax . . • • 

Rockinpham .... 

lU'ilford .... 

Rocky Lake .... 

Windsor Junction 

Wclliiipton .... 

Grand Lake .... 

Oaklicld .... 

Enfield . . . • 

Elmsdale .... 

Milford _ .... 

Shubenacadie .... 

Stewiacko .... 

Alton . • • • 

Brookfield .... 

Johnston . . . • 

Truro .... 

Belmont .... 

Debert .... 

East Mines .... 

I/)ndonderry .... 

Fotleigh Lake .... 

Went worth .... 

Westchester .... 

Greenville .... 

Thomson .... 

Oxford Junct .... 

River Philip .... 

Salt Springs . . . 

Springhill .... 

Athol .... 

Maccan .... 

Nappan 

Amherst .... 



4 

9 

12 

14 

21 

23 

24 

28 

30 

36 

4U 

45 

49 

54 

57 

G2 

70 

73 

75 

79 

87 

91 

96 

97 
104 
108 
111 
11 5, Cold Brook 



NKW nnUNSWlCK. 

• 
Aulac .... 144 

Sackvillo .... 147 
Dorchester .... 159 
Memramcook .... 167 
Meadow Brook... 174 
Painscc Junction. 179 
Humphrey .... 184 
Moncton .... 186 

Boundary Creek. . 197 
Salisbury .... 200 
Pollet River .... 205 
Petitcodiac .... 210 
Anaganco .... 216 
Penobsquis .... 225 
Phnnweseep .... 229 

Sussex 232 

A|)ohaqui .... 237 

Norton 243 

Bloomfield 249 

Passekoag .... 250 
Hampton .... 254 



Nauwigewauk .... 259 

Model Farm . 

Quispamsis 

Rothesay 

Riverside 

Torryburn 

Brookville 



121 
127 
130 
134 
138 



St. Arsene .... 552 

Cacouna .... 555 

Riviere Du Loup 560 

Point Levi, . . . 674 



St. John 



262 
264 
267 
269 
270 
272 
273 
275 



MONCTON TO 
POINT LEVI. 



Moncton 
Berry's Mills 



187 
195 



Canaan .... 

Coal Branch .... 
Wei ford .... 

Kent Junct'n.... 
Rogersville .... 
Barnaby River. . . 
Chatham Junction 
Miramichi .... 
Beaver Brook .... 
Bartibogue .... 
Red Pine .... 
Bat hurst .... 

Petite Roche .... 
Belledune .... 
Jacquet River.... 
New Mills .... 
Chailo .... 

Dalhousie .... 
Campbellton .... 
Metapedia .... 
Mill Stream .... 
Assametquaghan.. 
Causapscal .... 
Aniqui .... 

Cedar Uall .... 
Sayabec .... 

Tartaguo .... 
St. Octave .... 
St. Flavie .... 
St. Luce .... 
Rimouski . . . . 
Bio .... 

St. Fabien .... 
St. Simon .... 
Trois Pistoles . . . . 
Isle Verte . . . . 



BT GRAND TRUNK. 



Montreal 846 



206 

215 

224 

233 

244 

255 

259 

265 

275 

286 

296 

309 

321 

329 

338 

347 

353 

363 

372 

385 

395 

405 

420 

433 

441 

448 

458 

468 

477 

485 

495 

.506 

515 

525 

534 

544 



BY CANADIAN PACIFIC 
FROM ST. JOHN. 



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RAILWAYS. 



STATIONS ON THB NEW OLASOOW BRANCH. 

.... West River . . . 



Truro 
Valley 
Union 
Rivevsdale 



StcUarton 
VVestville 



5 

9 

13 



Lansdoviie 
Glengarry 



21 1 Hopewell ..,. 35 
26|Stellarton .... 41 
29 New Glasgow .... 43 



STATIONS ON THE PICTOU BRANCH. 

[Sylvester .... 8|Fictoa 



I'Lochbroom 



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STATIONS ON THE OXFORD AND PICTOU BRANCH. 



Pictou 
Brown's Pt 
Scotch Hill 
Scotsburn 
Meadowville 



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4 

9 

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River John .... 22 

Denmark .... 27 

Tatama^ouche ... 34 

Wallace .... 46 



54 



Pugwash Junction 
Conn's Mills .... 
Oxford .... 66 

Oxford Junction 69 



STATIONS ON THE PORT MnLGRAVB BRANCH. 



New Glasgow . . 
Glenfailoch.... 
Merigomish . . 
Barney's River. 
Marfchy Hope . . 
James' River. . . 
Brierly Brook. . 
Antigoiiish . . . 
South River . . . 
Taylor's Road . 

Pomquet 

Hcatnerton . . . . 



• • 3 • 



j French River 13 

6 Piedmont 18 

10 Avondale 22 

24 Bayfield Road 56 

27 Aftou 57 

32 Tracadie 61 

36 Girioirs 62 

41 Little Tracadie 66 

46 Harbor au Bouche .... 70 

4« Cape Porcupine 74 

51 Pirate Harbor.. 79 

53 Mulgrave 80 



STATIONS ON THE CAPE BRETON BRANCH. 



Point Tiipper 

Mines Road 4 

Mclntyrcs I-ake 7 

West Bay Road 14 

River Denya 21 

Orangedale 29 

McRinnon's Hr 40 

lona 45 



Grand Narrows 46 

Shenacadie 55 

Boisdale 64 

George's River 75 

North Sydney Junct... 79 

North Sydney 84 

Leitches Creek 81 

Sydney 91 



The Intercolonial Railway connects at Pictou, (during the navigable 
season) with Prince Edward Island Steam Navigation Co.'s steamers 
for Charlottetown, Georgetown, Summcrside and Shediac ; Also, at St 
John, by rail and steamers, with all parts of the Upper Provinces and 
the United States. 

STATIONS ON THE PAINSEO AND PT. DU CHENB. 

Painscc 1 Shediac 9 

Dorchester Road .... 5 | Pt. du Chene 11 

The trains of the Intercolonial Railway connect at Shubenacadie 
daily with conveyance to Muitland and to Middle and Upper Musquo- 
doboit; at Brookfield daily with conveyance to Upper Stewiacke; 
at Truro tri-weekly, with conveyance to Earltown, and tri-weekly 



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with conveyance to Onslow ; at DeBert tri-weekly with 
conveyance 'to Mass Town ; at East Mines daily, with con- 
veyance to Folly Village; at Londonderry Station daily, 
with coaches to Acadia Iron Mines and Great Village, and thence to 
]5conomyand Five Islands; at Oxford Jnnction with train to Oxford, 
PuL'wash, etc.; at Spring Hill Junction daily, with train to Parrsboro', 
and there daily with coach to Advocate Harbor ; at Maccan daily with 
train to liiver Hebert and Joggins Mines and thence by stage to 
Apple River ; at Amhsrst tri-weekly with coach to Linden and daily 
to Tidnish and Northport. 

Mail coaches run tri weeki.? between Upper Musquodoboit and 
Sheet Harbour, connecting at Upp.-- Musquodoboit with coaches to 
Aud from Shuben icadie, and at Sheet Harbor with coaches to and 
from Salmon River, Marie Joseph, Sherbrooke, etc. 

The trains of the Pictou branch connect at West River Station 
daily, with conveyances to West River, Durham and Fictou ; at 
Ferrona Jnnction with trains for Sunnybrae, and thence tri-weekly by 
coach to Caledonia and Melrose. 

Connections are made with the trains of the Port Mulgrave branch 
as follows : — Mail Coaches run from Antigonish to Sherbrooke and 
Isaac's Harbour, daily ; through tickets issued at the Railway Depot, 
Halifax. 

The coach for Guysboro leaves Heatherton daily on arrival of the 
mail from New Glasgow, and connects with coaches running daily 
between Guysboro' and Cape Canso. 

Morrison's Mail Coaches leave Port Hawkesbury daily, on 
arrival of Mail from Port Mulgrave for St Peter's and Sydney. 

Archibald's Mail coaches leave Port Hastings daily for Port Hood. 
Mabou, Margaree Forks, and Eastern Harbor. 

Connections are also made daily at Grandance with conveyance to 
Grandique Ferry and Arichat; at Orangedale, with stages to 
Mabou and Baddeck ;and at Sydney with coaches daily to Bridge- 
port, Little Glace Bay, Cow Bay, Lingan and Louisburg. Coaches run 
triweekly between North Sydney, Little Bras D'Or. Big Bras D'Or, 
New Campbelltown, Englishtown, Baddcok; and semi-weekly between 
Big Bras D'Or, Boularderie, and Baddeck. 

SPRINQHILL AND PAR8BORGUGH RAILWAY. 

Connects at Spring Hill Junction with trains of the Intercolonial 
Railway. Superintendent, J. G. Aikman. Has stations at — 



Spring Hill Junction . . 

Spring Hill Mines 5 

Maccan 13 

Southampton 16 



West Brook 19 

Halfway Lake 22 

Lakeland 28 

Parrsborough 32 



JOGGINS RAILWAY. 

Connects at Maccan Station with trains of the Intercolonial 
Railway. Superintender-t, A. Dick. Has stations at Joggin Mines, 
River Hebert, Maccan. 



NEW GLASGOW^ IRON, COAL AND RAILWAY CO. 

Connects at Ferrona Junction with trains of the Intercolonial Rail- 
way. Manager, Harvey Graham. Has stations at Ferrona, Spring- 
ville, Bridgeville, Charcoal Junciion, St. Paul's, Black Rock and 

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WINDSOR AND I. ANNAPOLIS BAIIiWAY. 

Incorporated under Imperial and Provincial'Charters. Connects 
at Windsor Junction with the Intercolonial Railway from Halifax, and 
runs through the Counties of Hants, Kings and Annapolis, to the town 
of Annapolis Royal, where connection is made with the Yarmouth 
vnd Annapolis Railway. 

G^'neral Manar/er and Secretary, W. R. Campbell. Resident Mana 
ger, K. Sutherland, Kentvilio, Nova Scotia. Stations on main line . 

Rockingham .... 4 Mount Denson.. . . 
Bedford .... 9|Hantsport .... 

Rocky Lake .... 12 Avon port .... 
Windsor Junction 14 Horton Landing.. 

Grand Pre .... 

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Stillwater .... 
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Auburn 

Kingston 

Wilmot 

Middleton 

Lawrencetown . 

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Bridgetown . . 

Tuppcrville . 4 

Round Hill . . 

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STATIONS ON CORNWALLI8 VALLEY BRANCH. 



I Ilillaton .... 9 

3 I Canning 11 

5 i Kingsport 14 



Kentville 

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Centreville 

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At Annapolis a steamer connects with the Windsor and Annapolis 
Railway for Digby and St. John, N. B., and thence by rail or steamer 
to all parts of New Brunswick, the United States anc\ Upper Provinces. 
Daily connection by steamer is kept up during season ol navigation 
between Kingsport and Parrsborough. 

The trains of the W. and A. Railway Company make connections 
at Newport Station semi-daily with coach to Newport; at Windsor, semi- 
weekly, with conch to Chester ; at Kentville, semi-weekly, with coaches 
to New Ross and Chester; at Middleton with trains for Bridgewater 
and Lunenburg. 

Coaches (carrying H. M. Mails) run daily between Annapolis and 
Liverpool. Leave Annapolis at 3 p. m., and arrive ac Liverpool on 
following day in time to connect with Stages to Halifax and Shclburne 
Leave Liverpool at 3 p. m., and arrive at Anna}ioli8 on the following 
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Connects at Middleton with trains of the Windsor and Annapolis 
Railway, and at Bridgywater with coach for Liverpool. Receiver and 
Manager, F. B. Wade. Has stations at — 



Lunenburg 
Mahone Buy 
Blockhouse 
Bridgewater 
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YARMOUTH AND ANNAPOLIS RAILWAY. 

Connects at Annapolis with trains of the Windsor and Annapolis 
Railway and at Digby with steamers to St. John, and runs through the 
Counties of Annapolis, Digby and Yarmouth, to the town of Yar- 
mouth. General Superintendent, J. Brignell. Has stations at — 

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Potters 
Clemen tsport . 
Deep Brook . 
Bear River . 
Smith's Cove . 
Dif-'by 

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Plympton 
Port Gilbert 
Weymouth 
Beliiveau 
Church Point 
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50| Pitman Road .... 77 

52 Ohio .... 80 

54 Hebron .... 82 

57 Yarmouth .... 87 



WESTERN SHORE ROUTE. 
Halifax to Yarmouth. 

Blair's Coaches carrying H. M. mails, leave Halifax daily at 
6.30 o'clock, A. M., for Head of St. Margaret's Bay, Chester, and 
Mal»one Biiy. Returning, leave Mahone Bay daily at 8.30 a. m. 
Connections are made daily at Mahone Bay with trains to Lunenburg 
and Brit1f>:ewater, and at head of St, Margaret's Bay with a coach to 
French Village, Glen Margaret and Peggy's Cove. 

Coaches, carrying H. M. mails, leave Bridgewater for Mill 
Village, Liverpool, Lockeport, Shelburne, daily at 8 p. m. or after 
arrival of mail train from Middleton. Returning, leave Shelburne 
daily at noon. Connections are made daily at Liverpool with coaches 
jo and from Milton and Port Medway. 

Coaches, (carrying H. M. Mails), leave Shelburne for Barrington, 
Tuskct, Yarmouth, &c., daily at 4 p. m., arriving at Yarmouth in 
time to connect with the morning train for Digby. Returning, leaves 
yarmouth, daily, after arrival of trair from Digby. Connections are 
made at Clyde River and at B?\rring'r>n with conveyances to various 
shore settlements. ... 



Halifax 

Head St Margaret's Bay. . 21 

McLean's 11 

Chester (45) '3 

Mahone Bay (62) 17 

BridgeWater 9 

Mill Village 18 

Liverpool (99) ;.... 10 

Port Mouton 10 



Port JoH 4 

Sable River 11 

Lnckeport 14 

Jordan River 12 

Shelburne (157) 7 

Barrington 23 

Yarmouth 48 

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EASTERN SHORE ROUTE. 

Halifax to Sheet Harbor. 

Quinn's Stage (carrying H. M. Mails) leaves Halifax for Mus- 
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Musquodoboit Harbour . . 11 

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Sheet Harbour 17 



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A Stage (carrying H. M. Mails) leaves Sheel Harbour daily for 
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Saturday- for Marie Joseph and Sherbrooke returning the intervening 
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Mosers River 9 

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STEAMERS. 

Allan Line. — Steamers of this Line run bclwecn Halifax and 
Liverpool, G. B. weekly in winter, and fortnightly in summer, the 
latter calling at St. John's, Newfoundland. S. Cunard & Co., agents. 

Dominion Link. — Steamers of this Line run, in conjunction with 
those of the /llan Line, weekly between Halifax and Liverpool, G. B 
in winter. A. G. Jones & Co., Agents. 

!FuRNE8S Line. — Direct service from Halifax to London and 
Hamburg. Pickford & Black, Agents, Halifax. 

C!anada AND Newfoundland S. S. Co.— Steamers Barcelona, 
Moruca and IJlunda make regular trips between Halifax and Liver- 
pool, G. B., calling each way at St. John's Newfoundland. James 
Hall, Manager. 

Red Cross Line. — Steamers Portia and Sylvia of this line make 
regular trips between New York, Halifax and St. John's Newfoundland. 
F. D. Corbett & Co., Agents. 

Caicada Atlantic and Plant S. S. Co. — The steamers Halifax 
and Olivette run between Halifax and boston, tri- weekly in summer 
aiid '"eekly during the rest of the year. H. L. Chipman, Agent. 

Halifax Jamaica, and Turk's Island, via Bermuda —The 
Steamer Beta or Alpha leaves Halifax the 15th of every month. 
Pickford & Black, Agents. 

Halifax to Demkkara tia Bf.rmuda and West Lndia (Wind- 
ward) Islands. — The Steamers Duart Castle and Taymouth Castle 
leave Halifax once every four weeks. Pickford & Black, Agents. 

V/iiCT Coast of Newfoundland. — The steamer Harlaw makes 
fortnightly trips beiwetn Halifax and ports on the West Coast of 
Newfoundland, calling at Cape Breton Ports. Pickford & Black, 
Agents. 

South Coast of Newfoundland. — The steamer St. Pierre 
makes fortnightly trips between Halifax and Ports or che South Coast 
of Newlbuudland. F. D. Corbett & Co., Agents. . 



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St. Pierre et Miqublon.— The mail steamer Pro PcUria runs 
fortnightly between Halifax and St. Pierre et Miquelon, calling at 
North Sydney, leaving Halifax every alternate Monday, except during 
the months of January, February, March and April, when she awaits 
the arrival of the English Mails. Cunningham & Curren, Agents. 

Halifax and Yarmouth.— T.ie steamer " City of St. John" runs 
weekly from Halifax to Yarmouth, ;:ouching at Lunenburg, Liverpool, 
Shelburne, Lockeport and Harrington. Connects at Yarmouth with 
mail steamers for St. John and Boston. Pickford & Black, Agents. 

Halifax and Lunbnborg. — The steamer Lunenburg runs twice 
a week each way between Halifax and Lunenburg. Black Bros., & Co., 
A<j;ent9. 

Halifax and Bridgewater. — The steamer Bridgewater make, 
semi-weekly trips between Halifax &nd Bridgewater, calling at Getson's 
Cove and Conquerall Bank. Jos. Wood, Agent. 

Halifax and Charlottbtown. — The steamer Fastnet runs weekly 
from Halifax to Charlottetown, calling at Canso, Arichat, Port 
Hawkesbury and Summerside. Leaves Halifax on Wednesday Even- 
ings, and P. E. I. on Thursdays. Pickford & Black, Agents. 

Halifax and Souris, P. E. I. — The steamer City of Ghent leaves 
Halifax every Monday Evening, calling at Sheet Harbour, Salmon 
River, Sonora, Sherbrooke, Isaac's Harbour, Canso, Port Hastings 
and Port Hood. Pickford & Black, agents, Halifax. 

Yarmouth, and Boston, U. S. — The mail steamers Yarmovth, 
and Boston, make four trips per week between Yarmouth and Boston. 
L. E. Baker, President, W. A. Chase, Agent, Yarmouth. 

Annapolis, Digbt and St. John,N. B. — The mail steamer City of 
Monticello in connection with the Windsor and Annapolis Railway, runs 
between Annapolis, Digby and St. John, daily during the summer 
and tri-wcckly during the remainder of the year. J. S. Carder, Agent, 

Annapolis. 

Minas B\sin and St. John. — Steamers of this route make regular 
trips between Hantsport, Wolfville, Kingsport, Parrsboro' pier, 
Parrsboro' village, Maitland and St. John, N. B. Proprietors: 
Churchill & Sons, Hantsport. 

Evangeline Navigation Co. — Steamer Evangeline makes daily 
trips each way between Kingsport and Parrsboro. P. Gifkins, Kent- 
ville, Manager. 

Bras D'Or Steam Navigation Co. The Steamers Marion, 
Blue Hill and May Queen, carrying H. M. Mails, run regularly ou 
the Bras D'Or Lake, touching at chief points in the interior of Cape 
Breton. J. W. Gorham & Co., Agents, 

Port Mulgravb, Arichat, Canso, Gutsboro', Port Hood 
AND Mabou. — The steamer "Rimouski," carrying H. M. Mails, 
leaves Port Mulgrave for Canso, via Arichat, on Mondays and Fridays, 
for Guyshoro' on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and for Port Hood 
on Tuesdays and Thursdays, after arrival of mail train from New 
Glasgow, and returns in time to connect with morning trains for 
New Glasgow on foljowing mornings. Roderick Macdonald, 
Proprietor, Halifax. 



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Maodai.bn Islands. — The steamer St. Olaf, carrying H. M. Mails 
runs weekly between Fictou and the Magdalen Islands, via Georgetown 
and Sonris, P. E. I., leaving Pictou every Monday. F. Wyatt Eraser, 
Agent, Pictou. 

Pictou, Port Hood and Mabou. — The steamer St. Olaf runs 
weekly between Fictou, Port Hood, Mabou, Margaree and Cheticamp 
leaving Pictou on Wednesdays after arrival of last train from Halifax! 

Prinoe Edward Island. — Mail steamers run daily during summer 
befvt een Pictou and Charlottetown. J. C Mackintosh, Agent, Halifax. 

QnEBEO Steamship Line. — Connecting Pictou, Prince Edward 
Island, Perce, Gaspe, Father Point, Quebec and Montreal, leavmg 
Pictou every second Monday. R. F. Armstrong, agent, Halifax. 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. 



CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. \ 

Inspectors for Nova Scotia, W. H. Hill, and J. J. Bremner, Esnrs. 

Halifax, 2^. S. 

Amherst — Collector, W. D. Main. Chief Clerk and Apprniser, 
C. E. Ratchford. Out Ports — Suh-Cullectors, Pugwash, A. Wilson; 
Wallace, C. E. Kerr; Joggins, J. Moftatt; Tidnish, Thos R. Lowe; 
Northport, J. M. Burns. 

Annapolis — Collector, B. McCormick ; Out Ports-Sub-Colkctnrs, 
Clementsport, Chas. Ditniars; Thome's Cove, E. H Porter. Pie', 
ventive Officer, Thomas Buckler. Preventive Officer, Granville Ferry, 
(no appointment). 

Antioonish — Collector, A. Boyd. Out Ports — Sub-Collectms, Bay- 
Held or Little River, PL G. Randall ; Harbour au Bouche, E. Corbett. 

Ariohat — Collector, R. Benoit. Out Ports — Sid) -Collectors, St- 
Peter's, Donald Urquhart ; River Bourgeois, Wra S. Boyd ; L'Ardoise> 
W. Brymer. Preventive Officers, CX. Fuller; D'Escouse, James A> 
Shaw; Grandiqne, P. LeLacheur; Arichat West, C. S. LeLacheur; 
Petit de Grat, P. F. Fougere. 

Baddeck — Collector, 3. McDonald. Out-Ports-Sub- Collectors, Great 
Bras d'Or, Donald Campbell ; St. Ann's, D. McAuley ; Aspey Bay, 
David McDonald ; Ingonish, Jas Shea. 

Barrinoton — Collector, D. Sargent. Out Port — Sub- Collector, Port 
LaTour, J. W. Taylor ; Landing Waiter, Cape Sable Island, Seth 
Smith. 

Bridgetown — Collector, S. S. Ruggles. Out Port — Sub-Collector, 
Port Lome, W. Graves. 

Canso — Collector, T. C. Cook. Sub- Collector, W. Cameroni 
Out Ports — ASufr-Co/Zectors, Isaacs Harbour, Joseph D. Giflin ; Liscomb', 
James Horalow; Preventive Stations— WYAtehesid, J. H. Feltmate; 
Country Harbour, T. iMilward ; Crow Harbour, W. S. McKeuzie, 
Sonora, H. McCutcheon. 

DiOBY — Collector, J. Viets. Landing Waiter, J. Tobin. Out Ports 
— Sub-CoUectws, Bear River, J. Troop; Sandy Cove, E. McKay; 
Westport, C. H Payson; Freeport, J. Thurber. 



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Halifax — Collector, W. D. Harrington. Surveyor, W. A. Garrison. 
Registrar of Shipping, C. M. Almon. Chief Clerk, Jas. O'Brien. 
Cashier, H. S. Creighfon. Appraisers, D. Blackwood, R. N. Beckwith. 
Assistant Appraiser, F. O'Connor. Long Roo7n Clerks, C W. 
Tupper, F. C. Stimpson, J. C. Davis. Chief Clerk Warehouse 
Dept , John Eckcrsley. Clerk, Oswald Pryor. Clerks to Port 
Surveyor, J. F. Richardson, Arthur Fenertjr, E. Mcynell, 
George Reche. Clerk to Registrar of Shipping, S. Crawford. 
Statistical Clerks, Thomas Caldwell, tl. B. Hagarty. Messen- 
ger, William Blackmnn. Guager and Proof Officer, A.' Robertson. 
lAnding Waite:rs, John R. Power, J. M. Geidert, John W. Artz. 
Lockers, Norman McDonald, R. W. Hodges, Wm Pitts, E. H. Barn- 
stead, A. Caldwell, M. J. McCurdy, J. C. Ashwood, W. H.Bashford. 
Tide Waiters, W.E. Shanks, John MacDonald, Peter S. Mason, W. H. 
Trider, William Berry, R. Carlcton, Hugh F. Hamilton, Wm. 
Gleeson, J. M. O'Donnell, James A. Mitchell, Alfred Briand, R. D. 
Kennedy, David Thompson, J. T. Edwards, A. Fleming, A. 
Lnngenburg, M. Dwyer, John Beazley, H. J. Harris.W. Premain, 
W. Godwin. Preventive Officer and Captain of Revenue Steamer 
Argus, D. C. Stuart. Engineer, W. D. Logan. Fireman, Thomas 
Recdpath. Packers, M. E. Keating, M. J. Sheehen, J. Foote. 

Kbntvii-le — Collector, F. C. Rand. Out Ports — Sub- Collector Sy 
Canada Creek, S. V. Rawding ; French Cross, J. E. Orpen ; Harbour 
ville, H. Morris ; Wolfville, J. B. Davison ; Port Williams, G. S. 
Lockwood ; Cornwall is, E. Harris. 

LiVERPOOt. — Collector, J. H. Dunlap. Landing Waiter, 5f - P. 
Freeman Out Por<— Port Medway, E. E. Letson. 

LoCKEPORT — Collector, P. G. Ruggles. 

LoNENBURG — Collector, A. B. Coldwell. Clerk, W. Acker. Out- 
Ports— Sub-Collectors, Chester, C. A. Smith ; LaHave, Henry N. 
Reinhard ; Bridgewater, N. C. Owen ; Mahone Bay, Acting Collector, 
B. Zwicker. 

Margaretsville — Collector, D. W. Landers. Out Port — Sub-Col- 
lector, ]?ort George, Chas Elliot. 

Pahrsboro' — Collector, A S. Townshcnd. Clerk, E. Gillespie. 
Out Ports — Sub- Collectors, Advocate Harbour, J. Ward; Apple 
River, H. H. Mosher ; Five Islands, A. Y. Corbett ; Port Greville, 
James Kerr. 

PiCTOD — Collector, D. McDonald. Cleiks, J. A. Russell, G. E. 
Johnston. Landing Waitei- — W. Connell, Tide Waiter, — Geo. 
Sutherland. Appraiser. — M. Harper Out Ports — Sub- Collectors, 
Tatamagouche, J. A. C. Campbell ; Merigomish, D. McGregor ; New 
Glasgow, J. F. McDonald ; Acting 5«6- Collector, River John, J. R. 
Henry. Preventive Officer, Point Brule, D. Campbell. 

Port Hawkesbury — Co//cc^or, John Bourinot. Out Port — Sub-Col- 
lector, Port Hastings, H. A. Forbes ; Port Mulgrave, David Murray. 

Port Rood— ^Collector, E. D. Tremain. Preventive Officers, Cheti- 

camp, S. Aucoin, J. MoFarlane ; Mabou, . Out Port — 

Sub-Collector, Margaree, M. A. Dunn. 

Shelburne — Collector, W. W. Atwood. Out Port — Sub- Collector, 
Jordan River, M. D. McKenzie. 






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DAVENPORT^ SCHOOL. 

A colIvEgiate: schooiv kor hoys. 

foitTLAHD Manor, - - Saint John, Miw Bhunmick. 

ILiOvcly and IXen^lthriil Ti<MniJltv. 

BOYS EDUHATBD FOR COLLEGE AND BUSINESS BY AN EXCELLENT 

STAFF OF RESIDENT MASTERS. 

Special attention paid to Religion, Ivigrftla Mlttl Munners. 



Ft«i7or— Tpd LoKi) Bisuoi' ov Fknuhhioton. 
Warden— Rev. Jv^iiN M. Davkn'I'Ort, M. A., (•.tford. 

Terms. — Boarders, «200.00 ; Pay SchoImM, iJU'i.OO par annum. 

The year is divided into tlireo terms : 

Mlcbaelmas Term.— From first Monday in gejituiiiLtr to l)c'Tnil»t<r -M. 

Lent Term.— l-'rom January 8 totlie Friday befort) l'!.':n hnti lay. 

Trinity Term.— From tlie second Monday after ICantitr to t<nd of June. 

Tiie Sciiool possesses all the latest iniprovementM In dornittorleH, bathrooiiis 
heatinjr, ilectrio lit^hting, and sanitary arraii((iimuntM, ' 

The pupils enjoy the use of a good Kynmoslunt, wull laid critikct and lawn 
tennis grounds, and eleven acres of ':;rass land for footlmll iin<l othor sporty 

Return tickets are issued for the shorter holldayij by thu Intercolonial and 
Canadian Pac. ic RaiVvays at greatly roduoed ratuM, 

g^ For particulars apply to Wardhn or IImapmantmr. 

Sydney — Collector, R. McDonald. Landina Waiter, P. Mi^Vmish. 
Out Ports — Sub- Collectors, Louisbiirg. P. O'Toole; Little Ghicc Bay; 
C. H. Rigby ; Cow Bay, W. W. Bown ; Gulturus, U. McLean ; Maiii- 
a-Dieu, R. McDonald. 

North Sydney— Co//ec/or, Alox G. Ilftinlltoii. Prrvcntlvp. Officer, 
P. Plioran. Landinrj Waiters, D. KH{(an ; Grand Narrows, J. 
McNeil ; Little Bras d'Or. 

Port of Thutao— Collector, G, P. Nelson ; CUrk, lletiry Bliiir. Pre- 
ventive Officer, G. A. Lay ton. Out Port—CWtion, iSi >i.C'j)teclor, ,hims 
McCurdy. Out Ports — Londonderry, J. Bliilklo ; Koononiy, W. j ■ 
Fuimc 3 

WEYMonTH — Collector, N. B, Jones, Out Ports — Safi-Collmors,\ 

Acadie, ; BeMevcau's Cove, J). C(ttiiean ; Port Gilbert,! 

N, Bingay ; Meteghan. E. U. Doncette. j 

Windsor — Co//er<or, H. W. Dimock. Ltwlifitf Wnifrr,'^. Spcncc, 
Out Ports — Sub-Collectors, Cheverie, T. A. Miilconi; IlantHpor., J. V^ 
Lawrence; Walton, H. Woolhavor ; Maitliind, A. Roy. Preventive 
Officer, Noel, J. M. O'Brieii. 

Yarmouth — Collector, W. H. Moody; Port Survfifor, Thos. Bown. 
Cletk, W. McGill; Appiaiser, W. L. t/nrapboll. (rUdi/er, Manden 
Coaldwell. Locker, T. Robbing- Out Porta — SnlfCotlertors, Beaver 
River, R. Perry; Pubnico, F. S. D'Kntromont; Tunket, A. S.Lent; 
Tusket Wedge, D. L. Porter; Salmon lllver, U, C. Perry. 



Plf ket Wire FeaelBf, MUNBO BBOJSi, VE'if HLkmOYf, N. S 



PiH8IE8 At NOTA SCOTIA NUR8ERT, Lookman St., HallUx. 



TAR I pp. 



151 



TARIFF. 



Corrected to November, 1804. 

Her Majesty by and with the advice and consent of the Htimto and IIou»c of 
Commons of Canada, enacts aa follows :— 

In this Act, or in any other Aft relatinj? to the Custonifi, unless tho context 
otherwise requires,— 

"(a) The initials ' N. E. S.' represent and havi^i tho mea-ing oi t.he wordii 
' not elsewhere specified.' 

"{b) The initials, *N. O. P.' represent and have the nieanl'vi; o, :}\t words 
' not otherwise provided for.' 

"(c) The expression ' gallon ' means an Imper'al gallon. 

" (rf) The expression ' ton ' means two thousand pounds avoirdupois. 

"(fl) The expression ' proof ' or 'proof spirits,' when applied to wines or 
spirits of any kind, means spirits of a strength e({ual to that of pure ethyl alcohol 
compounded with distilled water in such proportions that the resultant mixture 
shall, at a temperature of sixty decrees Fahrenheit, have a spectiflo gravity of 
0.itl»9 as coiiiparcd with that of distilled water of the eamc totnperaturo. 

"(f) Tho expression 'gauge' when applied to nietal sheets or plates or to 
wire, means the thickness as determined by Stubbs' Standard Ounge. 

" (7) Tho expression ' in diameter ' when applied to tubing, means the actual 
inside diameter measurements. 

"(fi) The expression 'sheet' when applied to metals, means a plate or sheet 
not more than three-sixteenths of an inch in thickness." 

"(t) The expression " plate" when a]>plied to metals, means a plate or sheet 
more than three sixteenths of an inch in thickncsi. 



P. c. 

Absinthe <///// $2.12^ per Gal 

Accordeons 26 

Acid— Ascetic and pyroii^neous, n.e. 
8., and vinegar, a specific duty of 
flfteci) cents for aach gallon of any 
strength, not exceeding the 
strength of proof, and for each 
degree of strength in excess of 
the strength of proof an additional 
duty of two cents. The strength of 
proof sha'.l be held to be equal to 
siA per cent, of absolute acid, and 
in all cases the strength shall be 
determined in such manner as is 
established by the Oovernor-in- 

Council 15c per ^al and 2c addl 

Acid— Ascetic and pyrohgneous, of 
any strength, when imported by 
dyers, calico printers or manufac- 
turers of acetates or colors, for 
exclusive use in dying or printing, 
or for tho manufacture of such 
acetates or colors in their own fac- 
tories, under such regulations as 
are established oy the Governor- 
in-Council, twenty-five per cont. 

arf vclorem 25 

Glacial acstic acid or acetic acid 
exceeding the strength of proof, 
\vhen import'^d by druggists and 
o'hers than dyers, calico printers, 
or manufActureru of vinegar, or 
acetates, or colours, to be used in 
their own factories for purposes of 
manufacture other than those 



P, 0. 

mentioned in the next preceding 
item, a spec flc duty equal to 15 
cents per gallon of tho strength of 
proof, and one c«nt a'ldltioual pur 
gallon for each degree In excess of 

the strength of proof 

l.^cpor grti and Ic add! 
Acid, phosphate, two cents iter lb. .. 2 
" Muriatic and Nitric. ..ad vol. '?') 

Acid, Oxalic fioo 

" Boracic and Borax, ground or 
unground, in bulk of not 
less than twenty-five lbs . . . Free 

Acid— Sulphuric 4-10th« cont per lb. 

Sulphuric ether, five cents per 

pound 5c per lb. 

Acids u ed for medicinal, chemical 

or manufacturing purposes, not 

specially provided for in this Aat.Freo 

But Carboys and Demijuhns 

containing Acids, Vir)egar 

or other liquids, shall bo 

subject to the same duty as 

if empty 30 

Admiralty charts Free 

Adveriising Pamphlets, or Pictorial 
Show Cards, illustrated advertising 
periodicals, illustrated price lists, 
advertising almanacs, a(tvcrtising 
calenders, and tailors' and mantlo- 
n«akers' fashion plates, and all 
chromos, chromotypes, oleographs 
or artistic works 01 similar kinds 
produced by any pro(!e8S other 
than hand painting or drawttig, 
and being for business or ad- 







Manbattao Feed, Haj, OatS; Ae., A. B. ]?alton i: K^n.^ Truro* 



AZALUS At KOTA SCOTIA HURSERT, Lockman St., Halifax. 



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TARIFF. 



HOTEL VENDOME, 

Memkly Opposite R. R. Depot, 
NEW GLASGOW, - - NOVA SCOTIA. 



/?. fllACDEARM/D, Prop. 

Recently Remodeled and Refurnished, 



— AND IS 



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¥W GUef Resort for Tonrists and Commercial Men, 



p. c. 
vertising purposes or not, printed 
or stamped on jmpcr, card board, 
or other material. ...6c. per lb. and 20 

Agricultural Implements, Mowing 
Machines, self binding harvesters, 
harvesters without binders.binding 
attachments, reapers, sulky and 
walking ploughs, harrows, culti- 
vators, seed drills and horse rakes 20 

Alarm Money Drawers, (office furni- 
ture) 30 

Ale, Beer and Porter, in bottles, (6 
quarts and 12 pints to I. G. .24c.# I. O. 

Ale, Beer and Porter, in casks or 
otherwise than bottles. . .16c. per I. G. 

Ale, Beer and Porter, barrels contain- 
ing bottled ale and porter are con- 
sidered packages for exportation 
only, and therefore free of duty. 

Albums, Photo 35 

Angostora Bitters $2.12} per Gal 

Alum, in bulk only, ground or un- 
ground Free 

Aluminum or aluminum sheets, and 
alumina and chloride of aluminum 
or chloralum, sulphate of alumina 
and alum cake Free 

Ambergris Free 

Ammonia,Sulphate of sal-annnoniac, 
and Ultra of ammonia Free 

Ammonia,Spirit80f.92. 12^ pergal and .'iO 

Anchors Free 



p. c. 
Anatomical preparations and skele- 
tons or parts thereof Free 

Aniline Salts and arseniate of ani- 
line ; aniline dyes and coal tar 
dyes ill bulk or packages of not 
lejs than one pound weight, in- 
cluding alizarine and artiflcial 

alizar.nc Free 

Aniline Oil, crude Free 

Animals, live hogs ij cts per lb. ' 

Animals, living of all kinds, not else- 
where cpociflcd 20 

Animals for the improvement of 
Stock, viz : Horses, Cattle, Sheep 
and Swine, Dogs, under regulationa 
to be made by the Treasury Board, 
and approved by the Governor in 
Council Free 

AnimalsbroughtintoCanada tempor- 
arily and for a |>eriod not exceed- 
ing three months, for the purjione 
of exhibition or competition for 
prizes offered by anj' Agricultural 
or other Association, (but a bond 
shall be first given in accordance 
with regulations to be prescribed 
by the Controller of Customs, with 
the contrition that the full duty to 
which such animals would other- 
wise be liable, shall be paid in case 
of their sale in Canada, or if nut 



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Mattiesgea, Cats, Coaches, XUNBO BB08., Heir Cllitsgov, N. 8. 



BonttOBleres at W, 8. WUBggRT, LookmftD Ht., Ualifai. 



p. c. 
skcle- 
...Free 
ani- 
tar 
not 
;, in- 
tiflcial 
Free 

.Free 
cts per lb. 
t else- 

.. 20 

nt of 
Sheep 
at ions 
ioard, 
lor in 
..Free 

nipor- 

icceed- 

tivpose 

in fur 

lltural 

, bond 

Idancc 

l;ril)cd 

Lwith 

lity to 

l)ther- 

casc 

If not 



TAUIKF. 



153 



P. (!. 

ro-oxporto(l within tho time ipeul- 

fluii In •tiiih iKMid) Freo 

Annato, lii|(ii*l orainid, and Seud Frou 

AntliriKiito Coal daiit Free 

Anllnionv, Halts; not Kriuind, mil- 
voriKod, or othorwlie manuiao- 

tnru«l Froo 

AppioR. driud 2ft 

AppluH, K^oun 40u \wv bl)l. 

AppUi Troo« 8ti I'lU'li 

Apparel, wcartnir and other pononal 
and liouHuhdld ufTuuta, not niur- 
chandlMU, of HrltiHh Bubjectn dylnir 
aliriiml, hut donilullod in Canada. . Freii 

Apprioots, Ntroeii 20 

ArnliMi, uxtraut nt 

|2.12i por Imp. Gal. and 80 

Arnm, Clothlntj, Military or Naval, 

MuHlual ItiHtnimontB for Uanda, 

Military Htoros and Munltiuni of 

War for tho uho of the Army 

and Navy Free 

Arrapi< ♦2.12J por ffal, 

Arrowroot 20 

Amonio Free 

ArHuniato of Aniline ..Free 

ArtioleM for tho uao of tho Governor- 

(Joni-rai Frto 

ArliidoH Imported by and for the uao 
(if tlio Dominion Government, or 
any of the Dopartmonta thereof, or 
httniite or Houae of Commona, 
itioludini< the fullowlnir artiolea 
whiin iinporteti by tho aaid Oovorn- 
numt, or tiiron^b any of tho 
DttpiirtmnntH thereof for the uao of 
the Canadian Militia :~arma, ndli- 
tary clothinff , muaical inatrumenta 
for liantlM, military atorea and 

innnltlonH of war Froo 

Artii'iea for iwraonul uao of Conaula 
(luiutral who are nativea or oitizena 
of tlui country they represent, and 
who are not enutaKed in an} other 

bnsinuHM or profeauion Free 

ArtltlcinI Flowera 26 

Artlfluial Teeth 20 

Aiibi'ntOH,in any form other than crude 25 

Awnlnt(a and Tenta Sij^ 

Asphaltum and bone pitch, crude 

only Fre« 

Antot(raph Albuma 36 

Axlux, NprlniiM, and parte thereof, 
uxic liarMitnd axle blanks of iron 
or Htool for railway or tramway 
vuhiulea, twenty dollara per ton, 
Imt not leaa than 3(i%. 
Axlea, aprlnHM, and narta thereof, 
axle bara, and axle blanka of iron 

ur Btuel, N. K. H lo lb. and 20 

Axle i;roaHu 25 

AxuHof all kinda.auy thca, hay knivea, 
lawn mo worn, i>ron(fud forka, rakca, 
N. K, H., and Itoea, and other agri- 
cultural tooU or tmplementa, 

N. K. S 36 

Antiseptic! auriflual dreaalnjc, auch as 
abvorbent ootton, ootion wool, 



lint, lantb'a wool, tow, Jute, (rauxes, 
•lid onkuni, pruparod for uae as 
■urKtcal druaainva, plain or medi- 
uatid 



p. 0. 



liabblt 
Haeon, 



Mntat., 
•altud, 



dried 



20 



10 



)w» N. 8» 



or anioked 
2 centa per lb. 
Ilairatulle Tiiblea or Hoarda with uues 

and ballH, m p. c, ad valorem 36 

Hava, Cotton, aeamleaa 20 

Haifa, Cotton 20 

HiVKH, (lotitaliiintr line salt, from all 

dOUiitrluH 20 

nauH, I'aiH'r 26 

llakbiK I'owdora, eta per lb., the 
wultfht of tho pookaife to be in- 
eluded In tho welifht for duty. 
Hakud lleaiia, in cana. .l^c per 1 lb. ran. 

HallM, Oluaa 80 

UaiiibooH, unmniiufaetured, and bam- 
boo roeill, not further manufac- 
tured than out Into aultable lenifths 
for wiilklii(( atloka or canea, or for 
Htluka for uinbrellaa, paraaola or 

aunahadea Free 

Bank Notua, bonda, blllaof exchanKe, 
ohui|tiea, promiaaory notea, drafts 
and all Hlinttar work unalKned.and 
canla and other commercial blank 
foriiiN, printed or lithographed, or 
prlntuiffrom ateol or copper, or 
other platoa, and other printed 
matter, not ulaowhore apecifled. . . 36 

HananoM , Free 

Harh Wire Foncing of Iron or Steel 

I c. per lb. 
Hurrela contahiliiK I'etnduum or its 
ui'oduetH, or tiny mixturea of which 
I'etroliMini la a part, when auch 
ooiitentM are chnrgeable with a 
apenllUuluty . , Hpeefflcduty of 20c. each 
Uarrtila or packnuea of Canadian 
iimmifiirturo, which have been 
exported ,flltod with Canadian pro- 
dueta, when returned, under auch 
reuulatlona aa the Controller of 

Ciiatoiiia)pre»»rlbea Free 

Barley 80 

Bay lluiii 12.12} por ga,\. and 40 

Beuna 15 centa per buahel 

BoniiM, vIk,, Ton(|uln, Vanilla and 
Nux Voiiilua, crude only, locust 
beuna ami loouat bean meal, and 
cocoa beana, not roasted, cruahed 

or tfrounl Free 

Benda and Bond Ornaments 35 

Beer, Ale and Porter, imported in 
bottlet (i\ quarts and 12 plnt;< to 

I. 0.) , 24 cents per I. G. 

Beer, Ale and Porter, imported in 
oaaki, or otherwlao than bottles... 

10 cents per I. O. 

Boea ,,,, Free 

Beeawnx .,,.,, 10 

Bedateuda, Iron or wood 36 

Bella, for Chureheit Free 




Implementif CarrlAgeSf 8eeds» A* B. FDLTON A C0.> Truro* 



FFRN8 at NOYA SCOTIA NURSBRT, LoekmAn 8t, HallfAx. 



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154 



TSMVV. 



P.O. 

Bells, all other UA 

BulIow« Uft 

BtiltH and Trussos '2ft 

Btblita, I'ruyor Hooka, Pauliii mid 

Hymn liookit Vron 

Blcliromnto of Hoda Krttu 

BIcycloH HO 

Oill-Hoadii, printod, litho|fraphed, or 

copper or Mtuul plate itA 

Billiard Table!*, with or without 
pockets, and l>:i)fAtello tiblei or 
boards, cues, balld, and cue riuiks. liA 

BinderH* Cloth Vroa 

Bird Caiccs of all kinda »A 

Bismuth Motalllu Fruu 

Bitters (Hoo ".Spirits"). . . .12.12) iwr r, (I. 

Biscuit 26 

Blast (urnaoo ala^ Krut) 

Blucklntf, Shoe, and .Shoe Makurs' 
Ink, and shoe, harnuxsand leather 

droHsin>f, and harness soap 2A 

Blackin;:, all other 20 

Blackberries 2 otN pur Ih, 

Blackberry bushes 20 

Bluck I.,ead 2ft 

Blank-books, accDuntandcopybooks 

to be dniwn or written upon..,. !)ft 
Blankets, composed wholly or in part 
of wool, worsted, hulr of Alpaca 

ffoat, or other like animals 

5 cents iior lb. and 2ft 
Blood albumen, and tannic acid .... Free 
Blanketing; and lapping, and disos 
for engravinif copper rollers, when 
imported by cotton manufacturers, 
calico printora, and wall paper 
manufacturers, for use in their 
own factories only Kreo 

Blucint;, (laundry) of all kinds 20 

T'oilorTubeiiof wroutrht iron or stttui 7j 
Boiler plates, (see Iron). 

Boltintr Cloths, not made up Vrvv 

Bones, crude and not manufactured, 
burned, calc'd, ^'''■■(1 or steamed. . Kruti 

Bone black 20 

Bonnets, Hats and Caps, not else- 
where specified itO 

Bonnet Wire iUt 

Books, printed. Periodicals and Fum- 
phlets, N. K. 8., not being foreign 
reprints of British Copyright 
Works nor Black Account Books, 
nor Copy-Books, nor Books to bu 
written or drawn upon, nor Bibles, 
Prayer Books, Psalm and Hymn 

Books « cents per lb, 

Books, British Copyright Works, 
reprints of, six cents pur pound, 
and in addition thereto twefvit and 
one-half per cent ad val, until tl u 
end of the next session of Parlia- 
ment, and thereafter (io. per lb. 

Books, viz , Bibles, Prayer Books, 
Psalm and Hymn, and books 
printed in any language othor 
thai the Eniflish and French Uu* 
guages Fre« 



P. 0. 

Hooka, niiiboMed, tor the blind, ami 
hooks for the Instruction of the 
doikf and dumb and blind Free 

Books printed by any Government, 
or by any asso<*latlon for the pro- 
motion of Htilenoe, or letters, and 
oltli'Inl annual reiMirts of religious 
or htinuvolent associations, and 
IhsiiimI In the course of the pro- 
Dttodlng of the said msoc ations, 
to Ihiilr irtumbors, and not for the 
piirpoMii of sale or trade Free 

HoftkM, hound or unlmund, which 
huvn buun printed and manufau- 
turud more than twelve years Free 

Hooks, not hiHiig printed or reprint- 
<td In ('aniula, which are included 
and ikhhI u text Ik, oka in the curl- 
uuliitn of any university or incor 
poratod uollago in Ca* aua for the 
UHii of Htudenta thereof ; books 
M|(«K)inlly ini|>orted for the boiia 
/lUn iiRU of Incorporated meohanios' 
'iimtlluiuN, public free libraries, 
and unlvflrHlty and college libraries 
and law libraries, or any duly 
organlxed law associations or so- 
(iltity for the use of its members, 
not more than two copies of each 
hook, under regulations made by 
the (iovurnor and (Council Free 

Hook-hliidon' T<m)Is and implements, 
iHuliidIng ruling machines lo 

Moot l/IUIilH 30 

Hoots and Nhoos, N.K.8 25 

lionuilii Add, and borax, ground or 
iingrnuiid, In bulk of uot leis than 

twuiity'llvR pounds Free 

Hotuiiy, Hpeclnieiis of Free 

Mox(*M,i'K<HiM and writing desks, fancy 

and urtiamuiital ar, 

Hniium of cotton and elastic 3f, 

Hrandy (seo " Npirits"). ..12.12} perl. G. 

Brass Wire , lo 

HrHH4 and Copper Nails, rivets and 
bars, an-i manufactures of brass 

mid copiMir, N. K. 8 30 

Brass and C<»ppcr Wire-Cloth -jo 

Bri«M, manufactures of notehewhcre 

H|M<(!l(1ud 30 

Hniss Mpi'Ucr 30 

Hrasx scrap, and brass in sheets or 

jilatos Free 

Bras* In bars, rods and bolts, drawn, 
plain, and fancy tubing, not bent 
or I'therwlse manufactured, in 
lengths not less than six feet . . . .Free 

Brass in strips for printers' rules, not 
flnlshud Free 

HrMM, Iron and copper wire twisted, 
when Imported by manufacturers 
of boots and shoes, for use in their 
own factories Free 

llraiis (Hips, being rough blanks, for 
th(t itianufauturo of paper shells or 
(cartridges, v hen imported by 
iiiaiiufftc'turera of brass and paper 



Bank k Office Wire Work> Monro Brof«» New QlftsgoWf N. 8. 



Hardy Bom8, H. 8. NURSERY, LMkMM St, HAllfai. 



TAUIPF. 



1C5 



P. 0. 

Hh«lla and cartridifui, for uto in 

thulr own faotorlei Free 

lirviuliituffH, ttruin and flour, and meal 
of nil kinda, when daniaifod by 
water in tramit, twenty per cent 
ad valorem \x\wn the uppmiHed 
viiliie, Hucti Hppruiaed vulue to be 
uBc'ortuliied ua provided by Seotlona 
f.8, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76 and 76 of 

C'liHtdint) Act 20 

lUirloy • 80. 

lUic'k wheat 10 cents |>er bush 

Iiutlan Corn 74 cents |»or bush 

OatH 10 cents per bu«h 

j^yo 10 cents per bush 

Wheat 1ft cents per bush 



P. 0. 

Cabinetniakera' Hardware 82^ 

Candles, Tallow 85 

" I'arafflne Wax 4 ets. per lb. 

" all others, includinif sperm 26 
Cane, split or otherwise nmnufa'jt'd 17i 
Cane and rattans, not manufactured. Free 

Calcareous tufa Fiee 

Canvas of hemp or flax, when to be 

used fur Ixiats or ships' sails 6 

Canvas, all other, not elsewhere 

specifle«l 20 

Ca|>s, Hats and Bonnets, Hot else- 
where speclflud 80 

Caplins unfinished Leghorn hats. . ..Free 
Cars, railway and street, and parts. . 30 

Carboys, empty or not 30 

i>ea8o 10 cents i)er bush Cards, pla.yinif tf cents |)er pack 



IJeiinsJ 16 cents \Hit bush 

liiick wheat meal or flour. . \ cent per lb 

Coriiineal 40 cents per bbl 

Outnioiil 20 

Kye Flour 60 cents per bbl 

Wheat Flour 76 cents per bbl 

Rice and SajfO flo\ir 25 

Brittannia Metal, in pijrs and bais. .Free 
Brittaiiiiia Metal, manufactures of, 

if not plated 25 

Britannia Metal, manufactures of, 

ifl.latod 30 

nriinstone. crude or rolled in flour. .Free 
British ^uni, dextrine, sizing cream, 

an enamel sizing 10 

Bristles Free 

Brick for building purp«>8eB 20 

Brii'k made from Anthracite Coal 

waste 20 

BMHiino Free 

Brooms 20 

Brushes 25 

Br.ioni Corn Free 

Bronze statues and ornaments 35 

Bronze, ))hosiihor, in blocks, bars, 

sheets or wire 10 

Buvkrani, for the manufacture of hat 

and bonnet shapes Free 

Buckwheat 10 cents per bush 

Buckwheat, meal or Flour. .J cent per lb 

Bunting 30 

Buttons of hoof, rubber, vulcanite, 

or composition, 4 ets per gross and 20 
Buttons of vegetab'e ivory or horn . . 

8c. per gross and 20 

Buttons all other N. E. S 20 

Butter > 4 cents per lb 

Buildinjf Plans 20 

Builders' Hardware 32i 

Bullion, gold or silver ■ Free 

Bullion Fringe, all kinds 20 

Burr-stones in blocks, rough or un- 
manufactured, and not bound up 

into millstones Free 

Burijundy Pitch Free 



Cabbage 25 

Cable, submarine 25 

Cabinets of Coins, Medals, and all 



Carpet bags, valises, satchels 30 

Cari>ets, treble ingrain, throe-ply or 
two-ply car|>ets, composed wholly 

of wool 6c per S(| yard and 25 

Cariiets, Jute and hemp 26 

Carpets, two-ply and throe-ply in- 
grain, of which the warp is com- 
posed wholly of cotton or other 
material than wool, worsted, huir 
of Alpaca goat, or other like ani- 
mals 3c |)er sq yard and 25 

Carpeting, mats and matting of 
cocoa, h'nip or Jute, and L>arpet 

linings and stair ^ ads 25 

Carpets, mats and rugs, N. E. 8 30 

Carpenters Tool Boskets 26 

Cartridges, gun, rifle and pistol, in 
copper or paper, and cartridge 

coses of all kinds 30 

Carriages, Bugkiies, and Pleasure 
Carts, and similar vehicles,N.E.S., 
costing not more than fl t^ dollars, 
|5 each and 25 p. c, costing more 

than Hfty dollars 35 

Carriages, railway 30 

Carriage Makers' Hardware 32^ 

Carriages, childrens' of all kinds 36 

Cases ft>r jewels and watches, cases 
for silver and plated ware, and (or 

cutlcij and other like articles 

5 cents each and 30 

Caskets, burial, of any material 25 

Casts OS models (or the use of Schools 

of Design Free 

Cat-gut, strings or Gut Cord (or 

Musical Instruments Free 

Cat-gut or Whip-gut unman ufact'd,I'>ee 
Celluloid, moulded to size (or 
handles of knives and forks, not 
bored nor otherwise manufactured; 
also, moulded Celluloid Balls and 
Cylinders, coated with tinfoil or 
not, but not finished or further 

manufactured 10 

Celluloid or Xyolite, in sheets, lumps 

and blocks Free 

Cement, Portland or Roman 

40 ets per barrel. 
Cement, hydraulic or water lime, 

including barrel 40c per barrel 

ether curiosities of antiqult}' Free Cement, rubber 26 



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hina, or Cirnwall Stone, felspar 
and cliff stone, ground or iin- 

ground Free 

Chalk, stone Free 

Champagne, (See Wines.) 

Charts and Maps 20 

Chain Cables, (iron or steel) 6-16 inch 

in diameter 6 

Chains, not elsewhere specified 20 

Chains, trace, tug a<!d halter 32^ 

Cheese 3 cents per lb 

Cheese Cloths Ic per sq yard and 15 

Cheques, printed, lithographed, or 

copper or steel plate 35 

Cherry Trees 3 cts each 

Cherries, green 2 certs per lb. 

Cherry heat, welding compound. ..Free 
Chicory, kiln dried, roasted or ground 

4^8. per lb. 

Chicory, raw or green 3 cts. ^er lb 

China and Porcelain ware 30 

China clay, natural or ground Free 

Chloride of Lime .'Free 

Churns, wood 20 

Cider, not clarilod or refined 

5 cts per gallon 

Cider, clarified or refined 

10 cts per gallon 

Cigars $2.00 per lb. and 25 

Cigarettes iS2.00 per lb. and 25 

Cinnibar Free 

Citrons, rinds, in brine Free 

Clapboards, pine and spruce Free 

Clays Free 

Clocks, N. E. S ^5 

Clocks, tower clocks 30 

Chronometer Clocks, as clocks 25 

Chronometer Watches, as watches.. 25 

Chronometers for ships use Free 

Cloaks, cloth, cashmere, &c 

& cent« per lb and 30 

Cloaks, fur 25 

Clothing, for use of Army, Navy and 

Militia Free 

Clothing,donation8 of, for charitable 

purposes Free 

Clothing, viz., silk, linen and cotton, 

N.O. P 32J 

Cloth, brass and copper wire 20 

Clothes wringers 25c. each and 20 

Cloths, doeskins, cassimeres, tweeds, 
coatings, overcoatin^'^s, cloakiugs, 
felt cloth not elsewhere specified, 
composed wholly or in part of 
wool, worsted, hair of Alpaca goat 

and other like animals 

5 cents per lb and 25 

Clothing, ready-made, or wearing 

apparel of every description, eo.n- 

jios'jd wholly or in part of wo<jl, 

worsted, hair of Alpaca goat or 

other like animal, N. O. P 

f) cents per lb and 30 
Cloths, not rubber >'' or made w.iter- 
proof, whether wool, cottcn, 
unions, silk or r.-<mic, si-xty inches 
or over in width and weighing not 
more than seven ounces to the 



P.O. 

square yard, when imported ex- 
clusively for the manufacture of 
mackintosh clothing, uhder regula- 
tions to be adopt^ by the Gov- 

crnor-in-Council '. 12J 

Clothing, waterproof of all kinds, not 

elsewhere specified 35 

Clothing of cotton or other material 
not otherwise provided for, includ- 
ing corsets 32J 

Coul, Anthracit« and dust Free 

Coal Du"^^*., not elsewhere specified. . 20 

Coal, Bituminous 60 cents per ton 

C*)ke Free 

Coal Oil and Kerosene, distilled, 
purified or refined, not elsewhere 

specified' 6 cents per I. Q. 

Coal Tar and Coal Pitch Free 

Cobalt, ore of Free 

Cocoa Matting 2t 

Cocoa Nuts, N. E. 8 $1.00 per 100 

Cocoa Nuts, when imported from me 
place of growth, by vessel direct'to 

a Canadian port 50 cts per 100 

Cocoa Nut, dessioated, sweetened or 

not 6 cts per lb 

Cocoa Paste and other preparations 

of Cocoa 4 cts per lb 

Cocoa Paste and Chocolate. . .4 cts per lb 

Cocoa, Shell or Nibs Free 

Cod Liver Oil 20 

Cochineal Free 

Coffee, green, imported direct from 
the country growth and produc- 
tion Free 

Coffee, green, not imported direct.. 10 
Coffee, roasted or ground, when not 
imported direct from the country 

of growth 2c. per lb. and 10 

Coffee, roasted or ground, and all 

substitutes thereof 2 cts per lb 

Coffee, extract of and all substitutes 

therefore 3 cts per lb. 

Coffee, condensed with milk 30 

Coffins, of any material 25 

Coin, Gold ana Silver, except United 

States Silver Coin Free 

Coir and Coir Yarn Free 

Collars, of linen or cotton 

24c. per doz. and 25 

Collars, paper 35 

Cologne Water, and perfumed spirits, 
in bottles, flasks or other pack- 
ages, weighing mtire than 4 oz 

!j2.12i jitr I. G. and 40 
Cologne Water, or perfumed spirits, 
in bottles, flasks or other pack- 
ages, ncl weighing more than 4 oi 50 
Colors, metallic, viz.. Oxides of 

Cobalt, Tin and Copper Free 

Colors and Paints, N. E. S 28 

Combs for dress and toilet of all kinds 35 
Comniorcial Ulank Forms, printed, 
lithographed, or copper or steel 

plate 36 

Communion Plate, and Plated Ware 

for use in churches Free 

Compasses, for ships' use Free 



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Coinposit.on metal for the manufac- 
ture of tilled gold watch cases 10 

Confectionary and Sugar Candy, 

brown or white 35 

Condensed milk 3 cents per lb 

Copper, old and scrap, and copper 
in pigs, burs, rods, bolts, in lengths 
not less than six feet, copper in- 
gots, sheets, plates and sheathing, 

not planished or coated Free 

Copper seamless drawn tubing Free 

Copper, precipitate of, crude . Free 

Copper Rivets and Burrs, and all 
manufactures of copper not else- 
where specified 30 

Copper Wire 15 

Copper and Brass Wire Cloth 20 

Cordage of all kinds, not elsewhere 

specified IJ cts per lb and 10 

Cotton cordage 25 

Cordials (see "Spirits"), 

Corn, Indian 7i cents per bushel 

Corn, Indian, of the varieties known 
as " Southern White Dent Con" or 
horse tooth ensilage oorn, and 
" Western Yellow Dent Corn," or 
horse tooth ensilage corn, when 
imported to be sown for soiling, 
and ensilage, and for no other pur- 
pose, under regulations to be made 

by the Governor-in-Council Free 

Cornmeal 40 cents per bbl. 

Corii8tarf;h or Flo ir, potstU) starch, 
and all preparatir>ns having the 

quality of starch 1 J cents per lb 

Corks and other manufactures of 

Cork Wood or Cork Bark 20 

Cork Wood or Cork Bavk, unmanu- 
factured Free 

Corsets 32i 

Corset Laces 30 

Corset clasps, spoon clasps or busks, 
blanks, busks, side steels, and 
other corset steels, whether plain, 
japanned, lacquered, trimmed or 
covered with paper or cloth ; also 
back bone or corset wires, covered 
with paper or cloth, cut to lengths 
and tipped with brass or tin, or 
untipped, or in coils, 5 els per lb and 30 

Cotton Quilts, made up 32J 

Cotton, grey or unbleached 22il 

Cottons, white or bleached cotton 

fabrics, N; E. S 25 

Cotton fabrics, printed, d^ed or 

coloured 30 

Cotton butts, butting and sheet wad- 

ilinpr, dyed or not 22i 

Cotton wraps and cotton yarn8,dyed 

or undyed, N. E. S 25 

Cotton Ccllars.linen xylonlte.xvolito 

or celluloid 24c. per do/, and 25 

Cotton Cuffs, 'inen xylonite, \j '^e 

or celluloid 4c. per piir a.;d 25 

Cotton Sev'ing Thread, in hanks, 
black and white, three and six 
cord 121 



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Cotton sewing thread and crochet 
cotton, on spools or tubes, or in 
balls, and all other cotton thread 

N. E. S 26 

Cotton Clothing N. E. S 32i 

Jeans, sateensand coutilles,when im- 
ported by corset-makers for use in 
their factory 26 

Cotton Yarns, No. 40, and flner. . , .Free 
Cotton Waste and Cotton Wool .... Free 

Cotton Umbrellas 85 

Cotton Handkerchiefs 80 

Cotton Seed Cake, oil cake, palm^ 
nut and meal cakg Free 

Cranberries 26 

Cream of Tartar in crystals Free 

Crapes, black 20 

Crayons and Chalks 20 

Cutis, Collars and Shirt Fronts, pa- 
per 86 

Curtains, when made up, trimmed 

oruntriuuned 30 

Currants, green 2 cents per lb 

Currant bushes 20 

Curiy Combs and Curry Cards 32J 

Curlingstones of granite Free 

Cutlery, iron and steel, not else- 
whore specified, including table, 
oifice ana pocket cutlery ; scissors 
and shears, including sheep-shears; 
butcher's knives and steels ; shoe, 
hunting, glaziers' and farriers' 
knives ; knives for horticultural 
purposes ; and other articles for 
similar purposes aa the above ; 
horse-clippers 26 

Creosoted lumber Free 

Cast Iron Table Forks,not handled or 

ground 10 

Cutters and Sleighs 30 

Cups or other prizes won in com- 
petitions Free 

Cyanide of potassium, hlancfixe and 
satin white Free 



Damask of linen, including naplilns, 
doylies, tray cloths, sideboard 
covers, damask stair linen and 

diaper 25 

Decanters, glass 30 

Demijohns 30 

Dental Instruments 16 

Diamonds, unset, including black 

diamonds for borers Free 

Diamond drills for prospecting for 

minerals Free 

Diamond dust or bort Free 

Dolls of all kinds 85 

Drafts, printed, lithographed or cop- 
per or steel plate 35 

Dragon's Blood Free 

Drain Pipes, glazed or unglazed 85 

Drain-tiles, not glazed 20 

Drawers and Shirts (knitted) 86 






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DrawinifS, paintingH, engravings and 
prints 20 

Dome»tio fuwis, pure bred, for the 
improvement of stock, homing or 
messenger pigeons, and pheasants 
and quails Free 

Drugs crude, such as barks, beans, 
berries, flowers, roots, balsams, 
buds, bulbs, fruits, insects, grains, 
gums and gum resins, horbs.leavei, 
nuta, fruits and stem seeds — any of 
the foregoing which are not edible 
and in a crude state, antl not 
advanced in value by refining or 
grinding or any othg^ process of 
manufacture, and mot otherwise 
provided for Free 

Duck for belting and hose, when 
imported by manufaci.urers of rub- 
ber goods for use in theirfacturies.Free 

Duloe, natural Free 

Dyeing or Tanning Articles in a crude 
state, used in dyeing or tanning, 
not elsewhere specified, berries 
for dyeing or used for composing 
dyes ; turmeric, nut galls ; lac, 
crude, seed button stick and shell ; 
ir digo, indiifo paste, and extract 
of and indigo auxiliary or zinc 
dust ; persis, or extract of archill 
ar.d cudbear, tcna jjiponioa, gam- 
bler or cutch, extract of logwood, 
fustic oak and of ouk bark : cam- 
wood and sumac and ex>:ract 
thereof, tanners bark, htmlock 
bark and oak bark ; ground log- 
wood, ground fustic and patent 
prepared dyes Free 

Dynamite, dualin, giant powder and 
vigorite, and other explosives uf 
wliich nitro-glycerine is a com|X)n- 
ent part 4c per lb 

Dyea, other than aniline, prepared. . 20 

E. 

Earthenware, Stoneware, Rocking- 
hamware and Caneware, brown 

or coloured, N. E. 8 30 

Earthenware and stoneware, viz : 
demijohns or Jugs, churns and 
crocks, 3 cts per gallon of holding 
capacity. 
Eartnenware, Stoneware and White 
Oranite or Iron Stoneware, and 
•• C C" ware, whether decorated, 
printed, or sponged or not, N.E.S. 30 
Earthenware or stone ink bottles, 
not exceeding three ounces capac- 
ity 20 

Eggs 5c. per doz. 

Egg Yolk* Free 

Egg Boxes 25 

E'astio, round or flat 30 

Elastic rubber thread Fr«e 

Electro-plate, and gilt of all kinds, 
not classed as Jewellery, plated 
wholly or in part 30 



P. c. 
Electrotype. (See stereotype.) 
Electric Light Carbons or Carbon 
Points, not exceeding 12 inches 
in length, $2.50 per thousc nd, and 
in proportion for greatet or less 
lengths. 

Electric and galvanic batteries 26 

Electric light ap|)aratu8, parts of, 
when imported separately, and 
which cannot be used for any other 

purpose 25 

Embossed fiooks (or the Blind Free 

Emery Free 

Emery Wheels 25 

Emery Paper, sand and glass, paper 

and cloth 20 

Enamelled iron or steel ware, in- 
cluding signs and letteis enamelled 
on any metal atid granite or agute 

ware 35 

Enamelled floor, sta'r, shelf and table 
oil cloth, 30 per cent, but not less 
than 4 cents per square yard. I 
Engines, steam engines and boilers 
and machinery,compoBed wholly or 
in part of iron or steel, not else- 
where specified 27^ 

Engines, Fire 35 

Engravings, Paintings, Drawings 

and Prints 20 

Entomology, specimens of Free 

Envelopes, paper of all kinds, plain. 35 
Essences, viz : of Aople, Pear, Pine- 
apple, Raspberry, Strawberry and 

other Fruits, and Vanilla 

182. 12i per I, O. and 30 

Ether and Spirits of Nitre 

$2.12| per I. G. and 30 

Ether, Sulphuric 5 cts. per lb. 

Essential Oils 10 

Esparto or Spanish Orass, and other 

grasses and pulp of Free 

Excelsior for tipholsterers' use 20 

Extracts of Logwood Free 

Extract of Malt (nonalcoholic) (or 

medicinal purposes 25 

Eyeglasses and Spectacles 30 

F. 

Fancy work boxes, writing desks, 
glov* boxes, handkerchief boxes, 
manicure oases, perfume cases, 
toilet cases and fanciy eases for 
smoker's dcts, and all similar fancy 
articles made of bone, shell, horn, 
or ivory, wood, leather, plush, 
satin, silk, natinette, or paper, dolls 
and toys of all kinds, including 
sewing machines, when of not more 
than two dollars value, and toy 
whips ; ornaments of alabaster, 
spar, amber, terra cottn or compo- 
sition statuettes, and i.ead ortia- 
ments, not elsewhere specified 35 

Fancy Orasses, dried but not colored 
or otherw iso manufactured Free 

Fans, rated according to material. 



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p. n. 

i.vrina U cts. iwr lb 

F»rni *ncl freight wavirona, carts, 

drags, and similar vehicles 25 

Feathers, undressed 20 

Feathers, not elsewhere specified . . 30 
Felt, adhesive, for sheathing vessels. Free 
Felt, preRsed, of all Itinda, not filled 
or covered by or with any woven 

fabric 17^ 

Felt, Cloth, of every description, 

not elsewhere specified 

6 cents per lb and 25, 

Felt Boots and Shoes 25" 

Fellows of hicltory wood, rough sawn 
to shape only, or rough sawn and 
bent to shape, not planed, 
smoothed, or otherwise manufac- 
tured, and D shovel handles of 

wood Free 

Fertilizers, uncompounded or un- 
manufactured, including Kainite 
or German potash salts, German 
mineral potash, bone dust, bone 
black or charred bone and bone 
ash, fish offal or refuse, guano, and 
other animal or vegetable man- 
ures Free 

Fertilizers, compounded or mauu- 

factured 10 

Fil)re, Tampico or Istle Free 

Fibre, Mexican Free 

Fibre, vegetable, for manufacturing 

purposes Free 

Fibrilla Free 

Fiber ware, indurated fibre ware, 
vulcanized fibre ware, and all arti- 
cles of lilte material 25 

Fillets of cotton and rubber, not ex- 
ceeding 7 inches wide, when im- 
ported by and for the use of manu- 
facturers of card clothing Free 

Files 35 

Fire-brick or Tiles, for lining stoves 

and furnaces 20 

Fire Arms, muskets, rifles, pistols 

and shot-guns 20 

Fire Arms, for the use of the Army, 

Navy and Militia Free 

Fire Brick, for use exclusively in 

process of manufactures Free 

FireClay Free 

Fireworks 26 

Fire Engines and extinguishers 35 

Firewood, handle bolts, headinar 
bolts, stave bolts, aid shingle 
bolts, hop poles, fence posts, rail 
road ties, ships timber and ships 
planking, not specially provided 

for in this Act Fr^e 

Fire-proof Paint 25 

Fish- 
Mackerel 1 cent per lb, 

Herring, pickled or salted. 4 *' *' 

Salmon 1 " " 

All other fish, pickled or salted, in 

barrels let per lb, 

Foreign caught fish imported other- 
wise than in barrels, or half- 



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barrels, whether fresh, dried, 
salted or pickled, not specially 
enumerated or provided for by 

this Act 50 cents per 100 lbs 

Fish, smoked and boneless fish 

1 cent, per lb. 
Anchovies and Sardines, packed in 
oil or otherwise, in tin boxes 
measuring not more than five 
inches long, four inches wide 
and three and one-half inches 
deep, five cents the whole box; 
in half-boxes measuring not 
more than five inches long, four 
inches wide and one and five- 
eighths deep.two and ahaU cents 
each : and in quarter boxes 
measuring not more than four 
inches and three-quarters long, 
three and one-half inches wide, 
and one and a quarter deep, two 
cents each. 
When imported in any other form 30 
Fish, preserved in oil, except ancho- 

vie ■ and sardines 30 

Fish, fresh or dried, N.E.S., import- 
ed in barrels or half barrels. .Ic per lb 
Salmon and all other fish prepared 
or preserved, including Oysters 
not specially enumerated or pro- 
vided for in this Act 25 

Oysters, shelled, in bulk 

10 cents per gall. 
Oystei's, canned, in cans not over 

one pint . . 3c. p.can,including the can 
In cans over one pint and not one 

quart.. 5 cts. per can,inchidingthe can 
In cans exceeding one quart in 
capacity, an additional duty of 
five cents for each quart, or frac- 
tion of a quart of capacity, in- 
cluding the cans. 

Oysters in the shell 25 

Oysters, viz. : Seed and breeding 
oysters, imported for the purpose 
of being planted in Canadian 

Waters Free 

Packages containing oysters or 
other fish, not elsewhere provided. 25 
Fish Oils, Spermaceti, Whale, and 
other Fish Oils, and nil other arti- 
cles the produce of the fisheries, 

not specially provided for 20 

Fish Hooks, Nets and Seines, and 
Lines and Twines for the use of the 
fisheries, but not to include sport- 
ing fishing tackle, or hooks with 

flies, or trawling spoons Free 

Fish-plates, steel or iron . .810.00 per ton 

Fishing Rods 30 

Fish Hooks, with flies 30 

Flags 20 

Flannels, of every description, not 
elsewhere specified ... 5c per lb and 25 

1 >" glass 30 

Flax, abre Free 

Flax, cow (Free 

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Flax Seed Oil, boiled or raw 20 

Flints and Ground Flint Stones Free 

Flour, Wheat 76 cents per bbl 

Flour, Buckwheat or Meal Ac per lb 

Flour, Corn .IJc per lb 

Flour, Rye 60 cents per bbl 

Flour, Rice 26 

Flour, Sajfo 25 

Florist Stock, viz., Palms, orchids, 
azaleas, cacti, and flower bulbs of 

all kinds Free 

Fly Paper 36 

"Foot grease," the refuse of the cot- 
ton seed after the oil is pressed out. Free 
Fog Signals, detonating, for railway 

alarms 20 

Forks 35 

Forks, Table, cast iron, not handled 

or ground 10 

Folia Digitalis Free 

Fossils Free 

Fowls, pure bred, for improvement 

of stock Free 

French Capers, in Vinegar.. (as Pickles.) 

Fringes, all kinds 30 

Fruit, dried, Apples 26 

Fruit, dried, Currants, Prunep 1 ct per lb 

Raisins i ct per lb 

Dates, Figs, and other dried ur 
desiccated or evaporated fruits, 

N. E. S 25 

Fruits, viz., bananas, plantains, pine- 
appies, pomegranates, guavas, 
!iiangoe8, and shaddocks ; and wild 
blue-berries and wild straw-ber- 
ries, and wild raspberries /ree 

Fruit, in air-tight cans, including 
cans weighing not over one pound, 
2 cents per can and 2 cents addi- 
tional per can for each pound or 
fraction of a pound over one pound 
in weight. 

Fruits preserved in brandy or other 
spirits $1.90 per I, G. 

Fuller's earth ^. . . Free 

Furniture, of wood or any other 
material. House, Cabinet ur Ofllce, 

finished or in parts 30 

Fur Skins of all kinds, not dressed in 

any manner Free 

Fur Skins, wholly or partially dressed 16 
Furs, Caps, Capes, Coats, Cloaks, 
Hats, Muffs, Tippets, and other 

manufactures of fur 25 

Fur Trinnnings 26 

Fur-lined cloaks 26 



Game 20 

Oannister Free 

Galoon, sill: 30 

Gas, and Coal Oil Fixtures, or 

parts thereof 30 

Gas-light shades 27^ 

Gas-meters 35 

Gentian Root Free 



p. 
Geographical, topographical and 
astronomical maps, charts and 
globes, not elsewhere specified.. . . 20 
German Mineral Potash, salts for " 

fertilizers p^gg 

German Silverware, not plated . .... 25 

Giant powder 4c. per lb 

Gin, Gencva(8ee "Spirits"). . .$2.12* I Q 

Gin, Old Tom (see "Spirits") " " 

Ginseng Root, .Free 

Ginger, unground. .' ". 121 

Ginger, ground \ 25 

Glass, bent ] . " 20 

Glass flasks and phials, telegraph 
and lightning rod insulators, jars 
and glass balls, and cut. pressed, 

or moulded tableware ' 35 

Glass carboys and demijohns, bottles 

and decanters, flasks and phials, 30 
Glass Lamp and Gas-light Shades) 
Lamps and Lamp ChimueyH! 
Globes, for Unterns, lamps, < lu d 

gas-lights 30 

Glass ornamenta1,ifigured, and enam- 
elled colored glass; painted and 
vetrifled glass ; figured enaraelled 
and obscured white glass ; and 

rough rolled plate glass 05 

Silvered glass, N. E. S 27J 

Silvered glass bevelled S2l 

Plate glass, not colored, in panes of " 
not over twelve square feet each, 
4 cts. |)er sqr. ft. and when bevel- 
led 2 cts per square foot additional. 
Plate glass, not colored, in panes of 
over twelve feet and not over 
thirty sq. feet, 6 cts. per sq. foot, 
and when bevelled 2 cents per sq. 
foot additional. 
Plate glass in panes of over thirty 
and not over seventy stjuare tf.ct 
each, eight cents per square foot ; 
and when bevelled two cents per 
square foot additional. 
Plate glass in panes of over seventy 
square feet each, nine cents per 
square foot ; and when bevelled, 
two cents per square foot addition- 
al. 
Common and colorless window glass; 
and plain colored, stained or tinted 

or muffled glass in sheets 20 

Glass, all others, and manufactures 

of, not elsewhere s|)eci(ied 20 

Glass, crystal and decorated glass 
table-ware, made expressly for 
mounting with silver-plated trim- 
mings, when imported by manu- 
facturers of plated ware 20 

Glass bulbs, for electric lights 10 

Glass, German looking-glasses, un- 

eilvered 17j 

Glass, stained glass windows 30 

Glaes Paper, sand, emery, paper 20 

Glengarry or Scotch Caps 25 

Globes for la. terns and lamps 30 

Gloves and mitts, of all kinds 35 

Glue 26 



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Globes, geographical, topographical, 

and ostrononiical Free 

Gluecose Syrup and, or Corn Syrup. , 

1 uont per tb 

Glucose & Grape Sugar 1 cent per lb 

Glycerine 20 

Gongs for Doors 30 

Gold Beaters' moulds and skins Fwe 

Gold and Silver Leaf 25 

Gold and Silver Sweepings Free 

Granite and free stone, dressed ; all 

other building stones, dressed, ex- 
cept marble, and all manufactures 
of stone, not elsew here specified . . 30 
Granite-ware, or Ironstone-ware 

(not iron) 85 

Gooseberry Bushes 20 

Giape Vines 20 

Grass, Manila, Esparto or Spanish 
and other grasses, and pulp of, in- 
cluding fancy grasses, dried, but 
not colored or otherwise manufac- 
tured Fret 

Grommets Free 

Gravel Free 

Green Fruit, Currants 2 cents per lb 

Green Fruit, Grapes 2 cents ver lb 

Green Fruit, viz.. Pears 20 

Grease, the refuse of animal fat, for 
use of soap stock, not otherwise 

provided for . Free 

Grindstones, not mounted, and not 

less than 12 in. in diameter 

fl. 75 per ton 
Grindstones, dressed or complete.. . . 20 
Guano and other animal and vegeta- 
ble manure (net phosphate) Free 

Gums, Amber, Arabic, Australian, 
Copal, Damar, Mastic, Sandarac, 

Sliellac, Trogacanth Free 

Ginn, British, dressine, sizing cream 

and enamel sizing 10 

Gum, Chewing, sweetened or flavor- 
ed 35 

Gum, chewing, not sweetened 20 

Gum Shellac, bleached and drawn . . 20 
Gum Chicle or Sappato Gum in a 

crude state Free 

Gunpowder, gun, rifle and sporting. 

3 cents per lb 

Gunpowder, cannon and musket 

.3 cents per lb 
Gunpowder, blasting and mining — 

2 cents per lb 

Guns 20 

Gun Wads 30 

i Gut and Worm Gut, manufactured or 
unmanufactured, for Whip and 

other Cord Free 

Gutta Pcrcha, crude Free 

Gutta Percha, manufactures of 25 

Gypsum, ground 20 

Gypsum, crude (sulphate of lime). . .Free 



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H. 

Hair, curled 20 

Hair, cleaned ur uncleaned, but not 
curled or otherwise manufactured. Free 



Hair cloth of all kinds 80 

Hair oils, pomatums and pastes, and 
all other perfumed preparations 
used for the hair, mouth or skin . . 30 

Hams, fresh 3 cents per lb 

Hammocks and lawn tennis nets and 
other like articles manufactured 
of twine so 

n ind Carts 30 

Handkerchiefs, cotton or linen, plain 

or printed, in the piece or otherwise 30 

Handkerchiefs, silk 30 

Hardware, builders'.cabinet-makers', 
and carriage hardware and loc; l;, 
tinsmiths' tools, and harness- 
makers' and saddlers' hardware in- 
cluding curry-combs 82J 

Harness and saddlery of every de- 
scription, and parts thereof SO 

Harrows and ports 20 

Hats, Capa and Bonnets, not else 

where specified 30 

Hatter's Plush Free 

Hatters' Furs not on the skin Free 

Hayt $2 per ton 

Hemlock Bark Free 

Hemp, undressed Free 

Hemp, Indian (crude drug) Free 

Hemp paper, made on four cylinder 
machines and calendered to be- 
tween "006 and -008 inch thickness 
for the manufacture of shot shells; 
primers for shot shells and cart- 
ridges, and felt board sized and 
hydraulic pressed, and covered 
with paper, or uncovered, for the 
manufacture of gun wads, t'i be 
used for these purposes only in 
their own factories, until such 
time as the said articles are manu- 
factured in Canada. Provided al- 
ways that the add articles, when 
imported, shall be entered only at 
such port or ports as are named 
by the Controller of Customs, and 
at no other place ; samples of such 
articles to be furnished to the Col- 
lector of the said port or ports by 
the Customs Department for the 
guidance of the ofiicers when 
accepting free entries of such 

matoiials Free 

Hides, raw, whether dry-salted or 

pickler. Free 

Hickory lumber sawn to shape for 
spokes of wheeL, but not further 

manufactured Free 

Hoes 36 

Honey, in the comb, or otherwise. . . 

3 cents per lb 

Horn strips Free 

Horn and Horntips Free 

Hoofs Free 

Hooks and Eyes , . . . 27i 

Hoop Iron, not exceeding three- 
eights (f) of an inch in width 
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used for the manufacture of tubu- 
lar rivets Free 

Hops 6 cents per lb 

Horse hair, not further manufac- 
tured than simply cleaned and 
dipped or dyed, imported for use 
in ihe manufacture of horse-hair 

cloths Free 

Horse Clothing, shaped, not other- 
wise provided 30 

Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Swine, 
for the improvement of stock, 
under regulations to be made by 
the Treasury Board, and approved 
by the Governor-Gen. in Council . . Free 

Hosiery, socks and stockings 

10 cents per do7. and 35 
Hubs, Spokes and Felloes, rough or 

sawn only Free 

Hubs, Spokes and Felloes 25 

Hymn liooks Free 

Hyoscyamus or Henbane Leaf Free 



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Imitation Precious Stones, not set. . 10 

Indian Corn 7^ cents per bush. 

Indian Corn of the varieties known 
as " Southern White Dent Corn," 
or horse tooth ensilage corn, and 
" Western Yellow Dent Corn," or 
horse tooth ensilage corn, when 
imported to be planted or sown for 
soiling and ensilage, and for no 
other purpcFe, under regnlut ons 
to be made by the Governor and 

Council Free 

Indian rubber boots and shoes with 
fops or uppers of cloth, or of other 

material than rubber 30 

Indian Rubber boots und shoes, not 

elsewhere specified , 25 

Indian Rubber Clothing, or clothing 
made waterproof with ii.dian rub- 
ber, not elsewhere specified S5 

Indian Rubber, unmanufactured Free 

Indian Rubber Belting, Hose Pack- 
ing, mats and matting and cotton 
or linen hose lined with Rubber. . 32^ 

Indigo Free 

Indigo Auxiliary Free 

Indigo, paste and extract of Free 

India Hemp, (crude drug) Free 

Ink, for writing 20 

Ink, printing 20 

Insulatorf> telegraph & lightning-rod. 30 

Ingot moiilds Free 

Iodine, crude Free 

Irrif, orris root Free 

Iron and Steel, Manufactures of, 

viz : — 
Wrought scrpp iron avid scrap steel, 
being waste or refuse wrought iron 
or steel, fit only to be re-manu- 
factured, the same havtiitt been in 
actual use, not to include cuttings 
or clippings which can be used as 
iron or steel without re-manufac- 
ture, and steel bloom ends and 



p. c 
crop ends of steel rails, |3 per ton; 
and on and after the 1st day of 
January, 1895 $4 j,er ton 

Iron or Steel, being pieces, punch- 
ings, or clippings of boiler plate 
or other plates, sheets or bars of 
iron or steel, whether the same 
have had the ragged or cropped 

rfocnds or edges sheared off or not, 
and crops from iron or steel rails 
having both ends tawn or sheared 
off, the sime not having been in 
actual use and being fit for re- 
rolling or re-manufacture only... 

*4 per ton 

Iron, in pigs, iron kentledge and 
scrap iron »4.00 per ton 

Ferrosilicon, spicgeleisen, ferro- 
manganese 5 

Iron cr steel ingot?, cogged ingots, 
blooms and slabs, billets and pud- 
dled bars, loops or other forms less 
linished than iron or steel biirs 
but more advanced than pig iron| 
except castings iE;5 per ton 

Bar iron or steel, rolled or hammered, 
comprising rounds and squares '; 
shapes of rolled iron or steel, not 
more than four inches in diameter, 
and flats not thinner than n^i/nbcr 
sixteen gauge, whether in coils, 

bundles, rods or bars, N. E. S 

$10.00 per ton 

Iron or steel plates or sheets, 
sheared, or unsheared, and 8k> Ip 
iron or steel, sheared or rolled in 
grooves, and iron or steel of all 
widths thicker than number seven- 
teen guage, N. E. S .$10.00 per ton 

Universal mill or rolled edge steel 
plate, less than thirty inches wide, 
and plates or sheets of iron or steel 
thirty inches wide and over, and 
one quarter of an inch and over in 
thickness 12J 

Iron or steel sheets, and other iron 
or steel of all widths, sheet iron, 
common or -black, smooth, polish- 
ed, coated or galvanized, and 
Canada plates, number seventeen 
guage and thinner, and hoops, 
bands, and strip iron or steel, 
N.E.S 5 

Iron or steel hoops, bands and strips, 
eight inches and less in width, 
number eighteen guage, and 
thicker 810. Co per ton 

Plough plates, mould boards, land- 
sides and other plates for agricul- 
tural implements, when cut to 
shape from rolled plates of steel, 
but not moulded, punched, polished 
or otherwise manufactured, and 
being of a greater value than four 

cents a pound 5 

Provided that on all iron and steel 
bars, rods, strip-), or steel sheets 
of whatever snppe, and on all 
iron or st;'-' s.rs of irregular 



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TARIFF. 



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P. c, 
shape or sootion, cold rolled, 
cold hammered or polished in 
any way, in addition to the or- 
dinary process of hot rolling or 
hammering, there shall be paid 
one-sixth of one cent per pound 
in addition t:> the rates imposed 
on the said materials. . .^ cent per lb 

Forglngs of iron and stool, of what- 
ever shape or size, or in whatever 
stage of manufacture, N. E S 35 

Uollod iron or steel angles, channels 
and other sections, weighing leas 
than thirty-five pounds per lineal 
yard, N. E. S .".... 35 

Rolled iron or steel angles, channels, 
and special sections, weighing not 
less than thirty-five pounds per 
lineal yard, and rolled iron or 
stocl beams, joists, girders, column 
sections, trough sections, and 
other building or bridge structur- 
al sec;ions, weighing not less than 
twenty -five pounds per lineal yard, 
and rolled iron or steel bridge 
plate not less than three-eighths of 
an inch thick nor less than flftec.i 
inches wide, and flat eye bar blanks 
not punched or drilled 12J 

Iron bridges and structural iron 
work, 30%, but not less than one 
cent per pound. 

Iron or steel railway bars or rails 
of any form, punched or not 
punched, I.'. E, S., for railways,— 
which term for the purpose of this 
item shall include all kinds of 
railways, street railways and tram- 
ways, even although they are used 
for private purposas only, and 
even although they ar' not used 
or intended to be used in comiec- 
lion with the Imsiness of common 
carrying of goods or passengers.. 30 

Railway Fish Plates and tie plates . . 

$10.00 per ton 

Swedish rolled iron rods, under one- 
half inch in diameter, and not less 
than one and three-quarters of a 
cent per pound value, and Swed- 
ish rolled iron nail rods under half 
an inch diameter for the manufac- 
ture of ho'rse tihoe nil's 16 

Malleable iron castings, and iron 
or steel castings, N. E. S 25 

Cast iron vessels, plates, stove plates 
and irons, sad irons, hattt^rs' irons, 
and tailors' irons 27A 

Cast iron pipe of every description, 
.910.00 per ton, provided that the 
duty shall not be less than 35%. 

Lap-welded iron or steel tubing, 
threaded and coupled or not, one 
and one-quarter to two inches in 
diameter, for use exclusively in 
artesian wells, petroleum pipe 
lines and petroleum refineries, un- 



p. c. 
der regulations made by the Gov- 
onor-in-Council 20 

Tubes not welded, not more than one 
and one-half inch in diameter, of 
rolled steel 15 

Wrought iron or steel tubing, thread- 
ed; and coupled or not, over two 
inches in diameter 15 

Other wrought iron or steel, tubes or 
pipes 5-iOc. per lb and 30 

Fittmgsof wrought iron or steel pipe 
and chilled iron or steel rolls 35 

Nails and spikes, wrought and press- 
ed, galvanized or not, horse shoe 
nails, and all wrought iron or steel 
and other nails, N.E.S., and horse, 
mule or ox shoos 30 

Composition nails and spikes and 
sheathing nails 15 

Wire nails lo. per lb 

Cut nails and spikes of iron or steel, 
including railroad spikes.. ..^c. per lb 

Shoe tacks, one ha f ounce to four 
ounces to the thousand . . . Ic. per 1000 

Cut tacks, brads or sprigs, not ex- 
ceeding sixteen ounces to the 
thousand, IJc. per thousand ; ex- 
f^eeding sixteen ounces to the 
thousiind, 1^0. per lb. 

Screws, co.^mionly called " wood 
screws," two inches and over in 
length, 3c. per lb. ; one inch and 
less than two inches, Go. per lb. ; 
less than one inch, 8c. per lb. 
Provided that the duty shall not 
be less than 35 per cent. 

Screws of iron, steel, brass, or ether 
metal, N.O.P 30 

Wrought iron or steel nuts and 
washers, iron or steel rivets, bolts 
with or without threads, nut and 
bolt and hinge blanks, N. E. S., 

and " T " and strap hinges 

Ic. per lb. and 20 

Wrought iron or steel nuts and 
washers, iron or steel rivets, bolts 
with or without thread, nut and 
bolt blanks.less than three-eighths 
of an inch in diameter, 1 cent per 
lb , and 25%, but not less than . . 35 

Knife Blades or Knife Blanks, in the 
rough, for use by electro-platers. . 10 

Picks, mattocks, grub-hoes, adzes, 
hatchets, and eyes or polls for 
same, and tools of all descriptions, 
N E. S 35 

Track tools, wedges, crowbars, and 
Bledges 30 

Safes, doors for safes and vaults, 
scales, balances, and weighing 
beams 30 

Switches, frogs, crossii.gs, and inter- 
sei tions for railways 30 

Buckthorn and strip fencing, of iron 
or steel Ic. per lb 

Manufactures, articles or wares, not 
specially enumenvted or provided 
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iron or steel, and whether partly 

or wholly manufactured 27 

Frames, clasps, and fasteners for 
purses and chatelaine bags or reti- 
cules, not n^ore than seven inohe« 
in width, when in'ported by the 
manufacturers of purses and chat- 
elaine bags or reticules for use in 

the^ 'ictories ' 

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Iron Sand or globules, ana ury putty i 
(or polibhing glass or granite — ''r«(*i 

Iron, steel or brass manufactures, 
which at the time of their import v 
tion are of a class or kind not 
manufactured in Canada, when 
imported for use in the oonstri.'o- 
tion or equipment of ships u! 
vessels Free 

Rolled iron tubes not welded, under 
one and one-half inch in diameter, 
an:;1e iron, nine and ten ((uage, 
not over one and one-half inch 
wide, iron tubing, lacquered or 
br^ss covered, not over one and 
one-hall inch in diameter. — all of 
which are to be cut to lengths for 
the manufacture of bedsteads, and 
to be used for no other purpose,— 
when imported for manufacture s 
of iron bedsteiids to be used for 
these purposes only in their own 
factories, until such time as any 
of the said articles are manufdc- 
turcd in Canada Free 

Iron, brass or steel rolled round wire 
rods under three-eighths of an inch 
in diameter, and rol'cd copper rods 
one inch or under in diametor, 
when imported by wire manufac- 
turers for u8e;;,in making wire in 

their owri factories Free 

Iron or steel beams, sheets, plates, 
angles, and knees for iron or 

com}K)8ite ships or vessels Free 

Iron masts for snips, or parts there- 
of Free 

Iron Liquor, solution of acetate of 
iron for dyeing and calico printing. Free 

Istle or tampico fibre Free 

Isinglass 20 

Ivory or ivory nuts uimianufact'd. . . Free 

Ivory veneers, sawn only Free 

Ivory, black Free 



Jalap Root Free 

Jars, glass 30 

Japanned and tinware, not elsewhere 

specified 26 

Jewel cases 6 cents each & 30 

Jellies and Jams 3c. per Ih, 

Jet manufactures of 20 

Jewellery, and manufactures of gold 

and silver 25 

Junk, old Free 



p.c 
Jute Cloth, not otherwise finished 

than bloAohml or oalonderod lo 

Juto Cloth m tiikon from the loom, 
not oolourtd, crnpued, mangled, 
prewud, nalondnred nor finished 

in any wftv Free 

Jute Fli*x (. ' hamti yarn, plain, dyed 
or '" )roi when In.iorted by 
rr ■ ',titu nm ol c .rpets, r fa 
n iM itA\i ..id of JH*o webbing or 
^ni;.i. ~S'>th, and of twines, for mo 

i : ?•• ;; ;jwn (ttut(»rlo9 Fres 

:■ wUnv^n not prrggud or ralcn- 
ilured, w: Mported by manufiiu- 
turom of iltiot oll-ul th for use in 

their own ftuttorles Free 

Jute, nmnuf ivcturus of 2o 

.lute CurputM and Mats and Matting.. 2.5 

Jute, unman ufauturod Free 

Jute, buttM Free 

Kainitti, (ur fortlli8«r« Free 

Kelj Free 

Kerosene and coal oil, distilled, puri- 
fied or rufinod, not elsewhere apcci- 

fled , fl cents per I. 0. 

Kerosana unit uual oil fixtures i)r 

parts timrwtf 27J 

Knitting MnchliioM 30 

Knitted gdodn of pvery description, 
inoluding knitted underwunr, 
N. K.H 35 

Knife Hliwbii or Knife Blanks, in the 
rough, for tho u«o of olectro- 

piaterit 10 

KnivoH fumiuwdrH and reapers .. .. 35 
Kyrollto Free 

L. 

Labolii (or fruit, vegetables, meat, 
fish And uoiifectliinery and otiior 
goudti; aUo tickets, (losters, adver- 
tising bllli, and folders . . 

15c. per lb. and 26 

Labels of every other descriptiun . . 35 
Lao, dye, crude, aeed, button, stick 

and Hhull Free 

[..aoeH, hraIdH, (ringes. embroideries, 

oord«, tawiKtlit and bracelets, also 

braids, chaliii) or cords of hair. ... 30 

Ltute CoilarM 30 

Lamp HprlngH. 10 

Lam|w, gIfMH , . , , . , , 30 

Lamp HhivdeH, gliuiM 30 

Lamji widkii 25 

Lamp blftuk Free 

Lard 2 cts. per lb. 

Lard oil 20 

F^atha, IMuketH and palings Free 

4ava, uiimiuuifautured Free 

^oad peiioltiii of all kinds In wood or 

otherwldti 25 

ueml, old, Mcrapnnd In pigs. 40 cents 

per one hunurud pounds. 



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per huftdred pttm >'■ <. 
L(sm\, ■'/WAc- anu re*'* drj-, «llm> dry 

white rfno . 

Lead, pipe and sh^ 
Lead, nitrate and r 
Lead, uil maiiufiifi 

• ' r PDCCi.ied ... 

Leather, sole, tanned, but rou)fh and 

undressed 10 

Leather, tor morocco, tanned, but 

rouj^b and undressed 15 

Leather, sole 10 

Leather, belting leather 15 

Leather, japanned, patent or en- 
amelled 2-2i 

Leather and skins tanned, not clwi- 

where specified 15 

Leather. (Jlove leathers when ini- 
jiorted by g'ove inanufaoturers for 
use in their factories in the manu- 
facture of gloves, viz., kid, lamb, 
buck, deer, antelope, and water 
iiog, tanned or dressed, colored or 

uncolored 10 

Leather, upper, in'luding dongola, 
cordovan, kid, lamb, sheep, kan- 
garoo, alligator, chamois 8lin<>, 
and calf, dressed, waxed or glazed. 
Pelting of leather or other material 

not elsewhere specified 20 

Leather-board and leatheroid and 
boot and shoo coaniers made 

therefrom 20 

Leather, and manufactures of, 
including boots and shoes, 

nisr, shawl straps 25 

Leeches Free 

Lemons, (see oranges) 
Lime Juice, fortified, with or con- 
taining not more than twenty-five 
per cent, of proof spirits. . .60c per g-al. 
And when containing more than 
25 per ct. of proof spirits. .$2 per gal. 
Lime Juice and fruit syrups, not 

otherwise provided 20 

Lime Juice, crude only Free 

Linen, manufactures of 32^ 

Damask of linen, including napkins, 
doylies, tray cloths, side board 
covers, damask stair linen and 

diaper 25 

Linoleum, as oil cloth 

Linseed Oil, raw or boiled 20 

Liquorice Root Free 

Liquorice paste 20 

Liquorice stick, or rolls , 20 

Litharge Free 

Lithographic Stones, not engraved. . 20 
Litmus and all Lichens, prepared 

and not prepared Free 

Locks of all kinds 32^ 

Logs and round unmanufactured 
Timber, not elsewhere specified . . Free 

Locust Beans Free 

Locomotives and Railway Passenger 
Baggage and Freight Cars, being 
the property of railway companies 



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ii the United 8tatoH,/ui 'ng upon 
any line of r<»ad i^rossin iho fron- 
tier, so long as Ca»>adian liOcnnio 
tives and Cars w- lidmltted fnm 
under similar IrcuinsitaMceM In the 
United Strtos, under rugulati'MiH 
' he prescribed by the fontidlKir 
o^ Customs Proe 

LocomolivoH, tires of stwol in the I 
roui<;h Prow 

Locomotivfs for railways, N. K. S. . . H5 

Lumber af>d timber planks and 
boards of auiaranth, cocoboral 
b(t.xwood, cherry, chostnut, wal- 
nut, gumwood, mahogany, pltdh 
pine, rosewood, sandalwood, syca- 
more, Spanish cedar, oak, hickory, 
whitewood, African teak, blat^k 
heart ebony, lignum vitm, red 
cedar, red wood, satin wood, and 
white ash, when not othorwlso 
manufactured than rough sawn or 
split or creosoted, vulcanized or 
treated by any other process ; the 
wood of the pcrsinunon and dog- 
wood trees, hickory billets and 
hickory lumber sawn to shape for 
spokes of wheels, but not further 
manufactured ; hickory snokes 
rough turned, not tenoned, mitred, 
throated, faced, sized, cut to length, 
round toned or polished Free 

Lumber and Tijuber not elsowherb 
specified 20 






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Mace 26 

Maccaroni and vermicelli 96 

Machines, jwrtable 30 

Machinery for cotton mills 27 

Machinery for worsted mills 27 

Machinery, ships and other vossols. . 27 

Machine card clothing 25 

Machinery, mining, and smo ting im* 
ported prior to the sixteenth day 
of May, 1896, which is at the time 
of its importation of a class or 
kind not manufactured in Canada. Free ' 
Machinery not elsewhere sneoified.. 
Madder and Munjeet, or Inuian Mad- 
der, ground and prepared, and all 

extracts of Free 

Magazines, quarterly, monthly, and 
semi-monthly, and weekly literary 

papers, unbound Froo 

Magric Lanterns and slides therefore, 
philosophical, photographic, math- 
ematical, and optical instruments 
not elsewhere specified 26 

Majolica ware 30 

Malt 15c. per buih 

Malt, extract, for medicinal purposes 25 

Maltine 26 

Manganese, oxide of Free 

Manilla Grass Free 

Mantels, slate 30 

Mantels, marble 30 






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veifetable, in natural state, not 

prepared Free 

Manure, preparoti or niaiiufnctured, 

all kinds 20 

Manilla hoodu Free 

ManuRoripts and InHuranoe Maps and 

Album insidea of paper, and hair 

brush pads Free 

Maps and Chartx for the use of 

Sfhools for the Blind Free 

Mu|)8 and Charts, not elsewhere 

spcoifled 20 

Mirhlo in the rough, in blocks Free 

Marble Slabs s^iwn on not more than 

two sides 10 

Marble Blocks and Slabs sawn on 

more than two sides 20 

Marble, finished SO 

Marble, all Tuanafactures of, not 

elsewhere B|>eoifled 80 

Marmalade 3 cts per lb. 

Masts, iron or parts of, for ships .... Free 
Mattrusses, hair, spring and all other 80 

Meal, buckwheat Jc. per lb. 

Mu&l cake, oil oake, cotton seed cake 

and palm nut cake Free 

Meat, Salted, in barrels 2ctB per lb. 

The barrel containing the some to 
be free of duty. 

Meat, Fresh, not elsewhere specified. 

3c per lb. 

Mutton and Lamb, fresh 35 

Meatfl Canned, and Canned Poultry 
and Game, extracts of ire&ts and 
fluid beef, r.ot medicated, and 

soups 25 

Medals of Gold and Silver 20 

Medals wor in Comfietition Free 

Meerschaum, crude or raw Free 

Melons 20 

Menageries, Horses, Cattle, Carriages 
and Harness of, under regulations 
to be prescribed by the Controller 

of Customs Free 

Mica 20 

Military stores and munitions of war.Free 

Mill board, not straw board 10 

Mitts and Gloves 35 

Mineral Water, not in bottle Free 

Mineral Water, in bottles 20 

Mirrors (see C lass). 

Mineralogy, specimens of Free 

Models of Inventions, and other 
improvements on the Arts, but 
no article or articles shall be deem- 
ed a model or improvement which 
can be fitted for use Free 

Molasses (see syrups). 

Money drawers ; SO 

Moeiic Flooring of any description . . SO 
Moss, Iceland & other Mosses, crude. Free 
Moss, seaweed and all other vege- 
table substances used for heda or 
mattrasses. in their natural state or 

only cleaned Free 

K>itlding8 of wood, plain 20 



Mouldings of wood, gilded, or other- 
wise further manufactured than 
Pli*ln 25 

Mo\vin;jr Mat^hinea and parts 20 

Mucilage and liquid glue 25 

MulTs and Hatcnels combined, with 
(ilasps 25 

Mufflers, cashmere, honiined 30 

Music, printed, l»ound in sheets 01 
books lOc. per lb. 

.Musical Instruments, for bands of 
Army, Navy and Militia Free 

Musical Instruments of all kinds, not 
otherwise provided for 25 

Musical Instruments.being the prop- 
erty of Companies of Musicians 
entering Canada for the purpose 

. of giving public concerts, shall in 
all coses be entered for duty in ac- 
cordance with the la w,*^ and that 
t)ie Minister of Customs may grant 
a rt'tund of ninety per cent, of t^c 
duties so paid, on ueing satisfied 
that the said instruments have 
been duly re-exported, provided 
that euoh re-exportation tiketi 
place wiihin one month of the 
date of such import entry, and 
that said instruments have been 
fully identified at the time of 
making entry of the same by an 
officer of Customs. And further 
that any Collector of Customs 
may permit any musical instru- 
ment to be imported and used on 
not more than two occasions 
within the limits of his own port, 
under such precautions or provi- 
sions as he may consider necessary 
to secure the du» exportation 
thereof, immediately after such 
use, that no instrument or instru- 
ments so admitted shall be allow- 
ed to be removed to any other 
port unless the above conditions 
nave been complied with. 

Muskets, Rifles, Guns and Pistols, 
not elsewhere specified 20 

Mustard Seed, unground Free 

Mustard Seed, ground or prepared, 25 
Mustard cake 15 

Mustard, French Liquid (as Sauce ) 

Musk, in pods or in gral.iB Free 

N. 

Nails and splices (see Iron). 

Napkin Rings, plated 80 

Naptha not elsewhere specified .... 

6c. per I. G. 

Neatsfoot Oil 20 

Needles, steel, N. O. P 30 

Newspapers unbound Free 

Newspapers, partly printed and in- 
tended to be completed and pub- 
lished in Canada 25 

Nickel Anodes 10 

Nickel Free 




Nitrate of I 

Nltro-glycii 

NiilH, Nhel 

Nuts, alnio 

puuiina, 

N. ii. g. . 

NuUofalll 

Nuttnogs , , 

Nut Ualli . . 



Oak Dark . , 
Oukuni ., ,, 

Ootu 

Uatnieal , . , , 

Oohroi, oohr 

and colors, 

Oils, hulr, pe 

Oils, Uarlmlii 

Oil, Cud Live 

OIIn, Coal urn 

rifled or ri 

ouni, I'rodi 

oImo whore ■ 

OiIs,lllumin 

or in part 

petroleum, ( 

(iOHting inori 

«all(>n 

Oil", crude pe 
oils, (other 1 
or gasoline) 
iimiinfouturd 
flnt'r»)for u 
torlcH for fu( 
iiianufKuture 
, OIIn, Lubrfcatli 

' t'Klod 

Oils, Olive or 8 
Oils, Kssentlal 
Oils, Urd .. , 
I Oils, LlnsooU 

boiled 

Olli, Luhrlofttlii 
OII», Lubrlutttli 
260. 1)01 iiHjK, 
Oil*, Neatsfoot. 
!Oil», Sporm.... 
OIIn, Sowitno Se 
Oils, SpernmootI 
flHh oils and u1 
products of M 
whoro RpuciflJ 
Provififd thatr 
oftlietiaid dul 
n'«y be reniitf 
of the Governil 
may bo Isiuol 
mn to his sJ 
Oovornnionfc ol 
«nd the lii|ft,„f 
or either of ■ 
ohangesin thi 
linpoged uponl 
'rum Uiinoda 
wpeni of tho , 
••W countrloi. 



QWnCE WIRE WORK, HUNBO BROS., New eiasgow, 9. 8. ^H Deedi, Carrlai 



ROSBBUDS at K. 8. HV1I8IET, LmIhm St., HAUPAX. 



20 

.Free I 

25 

15 

lice) 

.Free 



. 80 

•I. Q. 
.. 20 
.. 30 

..Freel' 



I... 10 

..Fre« 



TARIFP. 



167 



P. 0. 

NItrato of Soda or Oublo Nttro Free 

Nitro-Klviioririe 4a. per lb 

NiilH, niicHcd, N, K. S lie, per lb 

Nuti, Alnionde, wulnutM, Bnisil ntita, 
puuKnt, ftnit ■hellud pea-nub, 

K. K. 8 8*J. per lb 

NuU of all kinda, N. 0. P 2d. par lb 

NutineM Sft 

Nut Uaili Free 

O. 

Ortk Itark 1 Free 

Oiikuin Free 

OaU 10 vte. |)or buihol 

UalHiattl 80 

Oohroi, oohrey e trthe, rew2eiennae, 

I antl oolori, dry, N. E. 8 20 

Ollii, hHJr, perfumed or not 80 

OIIh, CurlMlIu or Heavy 10 

Oil, Cud Liver, tiiedluated itO 

OIIh, Coal and Kerosene dUtllled, pu' 
ritlttd or refined. Naphtha, Petrol- 
ouiii, Product! of Petroleum, not 

oIhh whore speolfled 6 ute. per I. 0, 

Oils, Illuminating, oonipoetHl wholly 
or In part of the productH of 
petroleum, oual, ehale or lignite, 
uowtliig more than thirty cent* per 

Kallon 26 

OIIh, crude petroleum, fuel and vim 
oIIh, (other than naptha, benulno, . 
or i;a*ollt>o) when Imported by 
maiirirauturere (other th»n oil re- 
flnerB) for uie in thuir own fac- 
ttirluM (or fuel i>urpo8ei or for the 

inamidkuture of gut 8o per gall. 

01l», Lubrlvatlnir not eliewhere epo- 

eltlod 26 

OIU, Olive or Salad Oil 80 

Oili, Kiwentlal 10 

OIIh, Lard 20 

Ull8, Lhiieod or Flax Seed, raw or 

1 bolUul 20 

OII», Lubrluatlhg, all other 26 

0I1», Lubrluating, coating leas than 

25u. j)ui lm|»erlal gall Oo. iior LG, 

I Oilii, Noiitafoot 20 

'Oll»,Sporm 20 

OIIh, SuHimio Seed 20 

01l8, S|iermauotl, Whale and other 
ft«h oila and all other articles, and 
product* of tho flaherlea, not else- 

whoro ipoclflad 20 

Provided that the whole or part 
of the Hftld duties hereby Impoacd 
may be remitted on proclainutlon 
of thu Oovcrni)k-ln-Counoll, which 
may bo Isauod whenever it ap- 
poara tu hit aatiafaction that the 
Qovornniunt of the United Statea 
and the Inland of Newfoundland, 
or either of them have made 
ohaiiKea In their tariff* of duties 
hnpogtid upon artlclrs imported 
(rum Canada in reduction or 
repeal of tho duties in force in 
Mid countrioa. 



p. 0. 

Olla, Oowia Nut and Palm in their 

natural atate Free 

Oil Uake, Cotton 8eod Cake, Palm 

Nut Cake and Mual Free 

Oil Cake Meal Free 

Oil Cloth and Oiled SI k, Indian 
rubbered, H*Kikod nr coated, not 

elaewhere apucllUid 271 

Oil Oloth for H(M>ia, atair, ahelf and 
tab'u oll'Oloth, cork matting or 
carpet, and linoleum 30 p. c. but 
not leas than an. per aq. yd. 
(H\, iitermatli*, whale, ur other flah 
olla, the product of tho flaherlea, 
importeii into Canada from New- 

foundlatid Free 

Oleo-atearine and Deirraa when im- 
ported by mmufacturera of 
leather (or uae In the manufacture 

o( leather in their fauturlee Free 

Onlona 25 

Opium, (onido) il.OO per lb. 

0|»lnm, prepared foi* amokttig. .15 per lb. 

Opium, jtowdered 91.85 per lb. 

Optical Oooda, vis i^opora, field and 

a|)y itloMSoa 26 

S^MictacleN dt uyo Klnaaca. . 80 

Orangea and Lemona, In boxes of 
capacity not exceeding two and 
one-half cubio fuet, 26 ota. per 
box; in one-half boxes, capacity 
not exoeoding one and one-fourth 
oublo foot, lii eta, per half box ; in 
oases and till other packages, ten 
oenta per cubic foot holding capac- 
ity : In bulk, one dollar and sixty 
oenta per one thousand orangca or 
lemona ; In barrels not exceeding 
in oaiioclty that of uno luindrea 
and nincty-sIx pounds flour barrel 

65 cts. per barrel. 

Ores of Motala of all kinds Free 

Organa, Oitbitiet 30 

Organs, pipe organs, and sets or 
parts of aeia of roods for cabinet 

organs 26 

Ornaniunti for ladles' liead-drcases, 

gilt 30 

Ornameiita for ladles' hcad-dreaaea, 

Jet and steel 20 

Ornaments for ladles' head-dresses, 

rubber and vulaanltc 26 

Ottar of Roaoa Free 

Osiers , Free 

Oxalic Acid Freo 

Oxiilu of Manganese . . , Free 

Opides, dry flilorci, flru proofs, um- 
oeri and burnt alennas, N. B. S. . . 26 

P. 

Packages or oani mode of tin or 
other nmtcrtal. containing fish of 
any kind odnntted free of duty 
under any exist Ing law or treaty, 
not oxoeoding one quart in con- 
tent!, one oeiit and a-nalf on each 
oan or poukago ; and when exceed- 



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168 



TAitirr. 



r. 0. 
inff ono quart, an additional diitv 
of ono cent and a-hal( for uaoil 
additional quart or frautional part 
thereof. 

Pa«kage8containiiiif nyiitera or othor 
Rah, not othurwlao pruvldud for . . 'i^ 

Palis, tubs, (.-liurns. . . , , W 

Paints and Colors, N. K. 8 V!5 

Paints and Colors, Krourid in sulrits, 
and all spirit varnishus and loti- 
ouers $1 ptir KttI' 

Paints and Colors, white and red 
lead, white zinc and oranye min- 
eral, dry A 

Paintings, Urawintpi, Enifruvinus and 
Prints, BuUdinK Plans, Photo- 
irraphs and Pictures, S. K. H 20 

Paintings In Oil or Water Colors by 
artists of well known merit, or 
copies of the old masters by such 
artists Kftto 

PaintiuKS in Oil or Water Colors, tho 
production of Canadian artists, 
under regulations to be made by 
tho Controller of Customs Vrw< 

Palm Leaf, unmanufuutured I^ruu 

Palm Nut uako, meal uiike, uottun 
seed cake, and oil cake Krou 

Pam|>hlet8 and Periodicals, not olsu' 
where a|>ecified . .<ic. pur lb. 

Paper hangintfs, or wall paper, not 
including borders, printed on plain 
ungrounded paper and coloured 
with any n)aterial exoept bronKO, 
gilt orfiittor 8ft 

All other pa^Hir hangings and bor- 
dei-H, per ro I of eight yards and 
under, and proportionately for 
irreater lucgthB, IJc. per roll and '2ft 
Paper sacks or bags of all kinds, 

printed or not 2A 

All>uminize«l p^per chemically pru' 
(Hired for photographers use , , , HO 

Manufactures of paper, iricltidintf 
ruled and bordered papers, \m\w- 
teries, boxed papers, envelupus, 
and blank books lift 

Paper, tarred 2B 

Pa|Hjr, Union collar cloth, in rolls or 
sheets, not glossed or Hnlslied, , , , 1ft 

Do. glossed or flnished '20 

Papier Mache gootls, viz :- card bus- 
ketd, work boxes, glovu and liitrtd- 
kerchief boxes, tea cuddies, canl 

boxes, etc 86 

Paper Borders.Cornices, EdgliiK". «tt!, 
ft»r cigar boxes, i)erforated p4|>ur, 
confectionery paper, book-miirks, 
tag8,card board, photographic mats, 
etc., OS manufactures of ptiper,. ilft 

Paper of all kinds, N. E. B 2ft 

Parasols • 8ft 

Parian Busts or Statuettes , , lift 

Paris green, dry iO 

Paraflno Wax 2 (its, por lb. 

Peach Trees But* <mmU 



V, c 

Pdiwihaa, not othorwiso prnvidotl 

1 ct. vor lb. 
The wolKht of the package to i)e 
IndlilJed in the wsighft for duty. 

I'lmrl, Mother of, unmanufactured.. Free 

I'oarline ;{r, 

I'ean,,,, 20 

••«»• 10c. iMirbuHh 

Pelts Free 

Pun iloldura 25 

Piins, stool . 27* 

Ptiiuills, Load, In wocti or otherwise. 25 
I'urouwtion Caps, for gun and ritlo.. 30 

PoroiiMHlan (JatM, for blasting 30 

I'urfiimory. Including Toilet Pruna- 
ratiotiM, (non-aloohollc). Hair Ulla 
T<N»th and othor Powders and 
WkMhua, Pomatums, Pastes, and 
all othor Perfumed PrepurationH, 
not uthorwUe provided, used fur 
tho hair, moiitn and skin <... 30 

Piir(umo<l Hpirits, In bottles or flusks, 

not wolghing more than 4 oz 60 

I'urfumod Hpirits (bold to include 
May Hum), In bottles or flasks und 
othor pack agos weigh I ng more timn 

4 OK, each 12.1-2} per I. G. and 40 

I'orHlM, or Extract of Achill and 

Oiidbuar Free 

Photographlo Hry Plates 30 

Photographic Views, bound 

eta per lb. 20 
Photngrnphiu Instruments, N. E. S. 25 
I'hIluNuphlual Instruments and Appa- 
ratUM, such ns arc not maiuifac- 
tnrcd in tho Dominion, when im- 
ported by or for the usoof coilogua 
and Mchools, scluntiflc and literary 

wmldflcs Free 

I'hoHpbnrus Free 

I'iiinofortos 35 

I'lttiioforlcs, narts of 25 

i'li'klos Itnd Haticcs 35 

Picture and Photographic Fnuiies 

of any matorUl 30 

I'iittorlul Illustrations of insects, &c., 
when imiwrted by and for the use 
uf (•oltegcs and schools, flcientllic 
and liturary societies Free 

Pipo Clay Free 

l'l|>os, briar 35 

PljtcH, wooden 35 

l'lpe!<, Clay 35 

I'Ipos, .Muorscliaiuu 35 

I'Ipux, Imitation Moorsohaum 35 

I'lnn 30 

I'lKtolH 20 

I'ltcii (PItio), in packages of not lesa 

than 16 gallons Free 

I'lttltn, Htraw, Tuscan or Grass Free 

Plants, vIk.— Fruit, shade, lawn and 
ornainontal trees, shrubs and 

ntunts, N.E. B 20 

Pottoh trees, 8 cents each. 
Poar trees, 3 cents each. 
Plum trees, 8 cents each, 



Spring Chnrch Pew Cniliioiuif Manro Brof«» New Olisgow* !!•& 



ffoiM FlMfi at H. S. HUBSni , LmIbu §!.» KAUf AX. 




r. 0. 

piMtur of Parli or Qyptuin, yround, 
not calcined 16 

|>iMt«r of Purii, calcined or iniinu- 

fttctured ... 

40 eta. |t«r bbl. not over 800 Ibe. 

I'latcH, enirnkved on Wood Mid Steel 
and any other metal 20 

Platinum and BUuk Oxide o( Cop* 
pur, (or ueu In the manufacture u( 
chlorate Free 

PoM«h, chlorate of. not further pre* 
pared than ground, and free from 
admixture with any -*'— —*- 



other aub- 



Price 
25 



■tanoe 

Platinum Wire, N. K. 8 

PUtinum Wire and retorta, pane, 
uondenMia, tubing and pipe made 
of platinum, when Imported by 
nianufuoturera of aulohurlo acid 
for uite In their worka in the man- 
ui ;oturo or concentration of aul-^ 

phui ic acid P'«« 

Plated Cutlery, namely, knlvca, 

i)latod wholly, or In part 86 

Plated Ware, all other electro-plated 
or Kilt of all klnda, whether plated 

wholly or In pait 80 

Playiuif Carda Ocenta per pack. 

Precipitate of Copper, crude , . .Free 

Plouiflw, aulky, walking 20 

Plunibai{0 cruclblea Free 

Plumbaifo • 10 

Pluinbat;o, all manufacturea of, not 

eUuwhcro apeclfled 26 

Pluah, Hilk, nut elsewhere apeciUed.. 80 

Pluah, cotton 20 

Pocket Uooka und Purees 86 

Pomades, French or flower odoura, 
prcHcrved in fat or oil for the pur- 
pose of conserving the odoura of 
tloweni which do not bear the heat 
of distillation, when Imported In 
tins of not lesa than ten pounds 

each 16 

Perfumery, including toilet prepara- 
tions (non-alcoholi») viz.: Uairol a. 
tooth and other powdera and 
waalies, pomatums, pastes, and all 
other perfumed preparatlona, 
N. 0. P., used for the hair, mouth 

or skin 30 

Porter, Ale, Beer, Imported In 
bottles (0 quarts and 12 pints to 
I. G.) ' 24c. per I. 0. 

Porter, Ale and Beer, imported in 
casks or otherwise than in' buttles 

16c. per. I. G. 

Porcelain Ware 80 

Portable Machines, portable stean 
engines, threshers and separators, 
horse powers, portable saw nulls 
and planmg mills and parts 
thereof, in any stage of manufac- 
ture SO 

Posters and advertising pictures, or 
pictorial show cards, or bills, illus- 
trated advertlaintt periodicals and 



F. 0. 

tailors' and manufacturers* fashion 

pl»t«s e cents per lb., and 20 

PoUtoes 16c. per bush 

Potash, chlorate of. In orysUls, 
when Imported for manufamuring 
purposes only; potash, muriate 
and blK!hromate of. crude caustlu 
potath, and red and yellow prus- 
slate of potash ; also ashes, pot 
and pearl, in packages of not less 

than 26 lbs. weight Free 

Poultry of all kinds 20 

Powder— Gun, Rltie and Sporting 

Powder a uts. per lb. 

Cannon and Musket Powder.... 

8 cents per lb. 
Blasting & Mining Powder. .2c. per lb 
Prayer Hooks, Psalm and Hymn 

Books, and Bibles Free 

Preserved ginger 80 

Precious Stones, vis. : agate, ame- 
thyst, aqua marine, blood stone, 
carbuncle, c>ats eyes, cameo, coral, 
cornelian, crystal, cryaolite, cro- 
sordolite, emerald, garnet , intaglio, 
inlaid or encrusted stones, onyx, 
oual, pearl, ruby, sardonyx, sap- 
phire, topax and turquois, not pol- 
ished nor otherwise manufactured.Free 
Agates, sapphires, emeralds, gar- 
nets and opals, polished, but not 
set or otherwise manufactured... 10 
Prints, Drawings, Engravings and 

Paintings 20 

Printed Music, bound or in sheets. . . 

10c. per lb 
Printing presses and printing ma- 
chines, such ontv as are used in 
printing offices ; toldintr machines 
and paper cutters used in print- 
ing and book-binding estaolish- 

ments 10 

Lithographic presses 10 

Proprietary Medicines. All medici- 
nal, chemical and pharmaceutical 
preparations when compounded of 
of more than one substance, io- 
oluding patent and proprietary 
prepk ations. tinctures. Spills, 
powder *, troches, lozenges, syrups, 
cordials, bitters, anodynes, tonics, 
plasters, liniments, salves, oint- 
ments, pMites, drops, waters, es- 
sences and oils, N. O. P. Provided 
that this item shall not be held to 
include drugs and preparations 
recognized by the British and the 
United States Pharmacopoeia and 

the French Codex as officinal 

all liquids. 60 
all others, 26 
NoTB— All medicinal preparations, 
whether chemical or otherwise, 
usually imported with the name 
of the manufacturer, shall have 
the true name of such manufac- 
turer, and the place where they 
are prepared, permanently and 



I Ilireshers, Hay Pretteif Carriages, ▲• B* Fulton A Co., Truro. 

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SHRUBS at NOTA SCOTIA NUBSERT, Loekman St, Halifax. 






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170 



TARIFF. 



P. c. 
leti^ibly aKixcd to each parcal by 
stamp, label or otherwise ; anil 
all inediuinal preparations im- 
ported without such names so 
affixed sliall bo forfeited. 

Prunella Free 

Prunes 1 sent per lb. 

Pumice a)id Pumice Stone, ground or 

unground Free 

Pumps, iron, pitcher, ^j'out, cistern, 

well and force pumps 30 

Pumps, Steam SO 

Putty 15 



Q. 

Quer, citron, or extract of Oak Bark.. Free 

(^uick Silver Free 

Quince trees of all kinds 3 cts each. 

Quills in their natural state or un 

plumed Free 

• ^uills, otheiY 20 

Quinine, Sulphate of, in powder. . . .Free 

B. 

Rasps 35 

Rags of cotton, linen, Jute and hemp, 

paper waste or clipi)ii>.,s, and waste 

of any kind flt only for manufac- 
ture of pcper Free 

Rakes, garden 35 

ttailway Cars 30 

Rape Seed. 20 

Raspberry Bushes 20 

Rattans, unmanufactured Free 

Rattan, split or otherwise manuf'd.. 25 

Reapers 20 

Receipts, printed, lithographed or 

copper or steel-plate receipts 35 

Red Load 5 

Red Liquor, a cri'de acetate of 

aluminium prepared from physo- 

ligneous acid, for dying and calico 

printing Free 

Redwood Planks and Boards, i^awn, 

but not furtlier manufactured .... Free 

Reeds, unmanufactured Free 

Rennet, raw or prepared Free 

Resin, prepared for violin bows 20 

Resin in packa^'es of not less than 

100 lbs Free Sails for boats and ships 



p. c. 
sols and sunshades, for use in 
their f:tctorie8 in the n^anufacture 
of umbrellas, parasols, and sun- 
shades only Free 

Rice li ct. per lb 

Rice, uncleaned, unhuUed or paddy, 
3-lOtha cent per [tound, but not to 

bvi less than 30 

Rice, when imported by makers of 
rice starch for use in their factories 

maki'g starch Jc. per lb. 

Rice Fluur 25 

Rifles 20 

Roots, medicinal, viz., Aconite, Cal- 
umba, Ipecacuanha, Sarsaparilla, 
Squills, Taraxacum, or Dandelion 

Root, Valerian Free 

Rose Water, without spirits 30 

Rose Bushes 20 

Kough on Rats 20 

Rove, when imported for the manu- 
facture of twine for hat vest bindcrti 10 
Rum (see Spirits) 1 

R.ye 10 cts. per oush 

Rye Fiour 50 cts. per bbl 

Rubber Cloth 27^' 

Rubber Clothing, nut elsewhere spec- 
fled 35 

Rubber belting, hose, packing, mats 

and matting 32^ 

Rubber, maiuifa<ture8 of, not else- 
where spccifled 26 

This includes all elastic Wftks of u]| 
kinds and widths, rubber tissue 
of every description. 
Rubber, hard, crude, i'.i sheets, plain 

or moulded Free 

Recovered Rubber and rubber sub- 
stitute. . Free 



Retorts, pans, condensers, tubing 
and pipe, made of p'atinum, when 
imported by manufacturers of 
sulphuric acid for use in their 
works in the manufacture of con- 
centration o! sulphuric acid Free 

Revolvers 20 

Rhubarb Root Free 

Ribbons of all kinds and materials. 30 
Ribs of Brass, Iron or Steel, run- 
ners, rings, caps, notches, ferrules, 
mounts and sticks or canes in the 
rough, or not further manufac- 
tured than cut into lengtiis suit- 
able for umbrella, p^krasol or sun- 
shade sticks when impor':'}d by 
mauufacturem of UKibrel:a8, para> 



Saddlery 30 

Saddle Jiggers, stirrups and saddle 

trees of all kinds Free 

Safes, Iron, and doors for safes and 

vaults 30 

Saffron Cake Free 

Saffron and Safllower, extract of Free 

S;ig) 25 

Sago Flour 25 

25 



Salt, imported from the United King 
dom or I. V British possession, or 
iinvHiried \ t?ie use of the Sea or 

Gulf Fishcrit. Free 

Salt, flno, in bu and coarse salt, 

N. E. S 5 cents per 100 lbs. 

Siilt, N, E. S., in but,3, barrels, or 
other packages, 7^0. per 100 lbs., 
the pavkiges to bear the same 
duty MS if imported empty. 
Salt Cake, being a sulphate of soda. Free 

Saltuetre Free 

Sand Free 

Sand paper, glass and emery paper 20 

Sapolio 35 

Satin, black and colored 30 

diuoos and Catsups 35 



Kew GUsfow Wire Yforktt Xaoro Bt9»; New 6lA8gow» K. 8« 



SHADE TREES at N. S. NUB8EBY, Lockman St, Halifax. 



TARIFF. 



171 



p. 0. 
Sausage SkinBorCa8ing8,not cleaned.Free 
Sawed boards, plank, deals, and 
other luniber.undressed or dressed 

on one side only Free 

Sawdust of boxwood, cherry, walnut, 
chestnut, gumwood, mahogany, 
pitch-pine, rosewood, sandal-wood, 
Spanish cedar, oak, hickory and 

whitewood Free 

Sawdust, all other 26 

Satchels 80 

Saws of all kinds 32^ 

Saw Mills, portable 30 

Scales, Balances, weighing beams and 

steelyards 30 

Screws, steel or iron, called wood- 
screws two inches or over in 
length, 3 cts. per lb., one inch and 
less than two inches, 6 cts. per 
lb., less than one inch,8ct8. per lb. 

but not less than 85 

Screws of iron, steel, brass, or other 
metal not otherwise prov ided for .. 80 

Scythes 35 

Sea-grass Free 

Seal-skin, imitations in wool to be 

classed as cloakings 5c. per lb. 25 

Sea-weed, moss, and all other vcj^et- 
able substances used for beds and 
mattrasses, in their natural state, 

or only cleaned Free 

Seeds — l^lower. Garden, Field and 
other Seeds, for agricultural pur- 
poses not otherwise provided for, 
when in bulk or other large 

parcels 10 

Seeds, the same in small papers or 

parcels 25 

Seeds, Anise, Coriander, Cardainuii, 

Fennel and Fenugruk Free 

Seeds, viz. :— Beet, carrot, turnip, 

nungoid and mustard Free 

Seeding stock for grafting, viz : plum, 

pear, peach and other fruit trees.. Free 
Seeds, aromatic, which are not edible 
and are in a crude 8>ate, and not 
advanced in value or condition by 
refining or grinding, or by any 
other process of manufacture viz. : 
—Anise-star, Caraway, Cumin 

seeds and Tonquin beans /ree 

Seeds, Mustard, ground 2b 

Senna in leaves Free 

Separators 30 

Sesame Seed Oil 20 

Settlers' Effect*— Weakirig apparel, 
household furniture, professional 
books, implements and tools of 
t.~ade, occupation or employment, 
which the settler has had in actual 
use for at least six months before 
removal to Canada, musi<^al instru- 
ments, domestic sewing machines, 
live stock, carts and other vehicles, 
and ai;ricu!tuiul implements in use 
by the settler at least one year be- 
fore his removal to Canada, not to 
include machinery, or articles 



imported for use in any manufao* 
tory, establishment, or for aale ; 
provided that any dutiable article 
entered as Settlers' Effects cannot 
be so entered unless brought with 
the settler on his first arrival, and 
shall not be sold or otherwise dis- 
posed of without payment of duty 
until two years' actual use in Ca- 
nada, provided also that under 
regulations made by the Minister 
of Customs, live stock, when im- 
ported into Manitoba or the North- 
West Territories, by intending 
settlers, shall be free, until other- 
wise ordered by the Governor-ln- 

Council Free 

Sewer Pipes, glazed or unglazed .... 85 

Sewing Machines 80 

Sewing Machinen, parts of 80 

Shade Rollers, to be rated accordinir 
to material. 

Shawls, all kinds 26 

Shellac, white, for manufacturing 

purposes Free 

Shingles 20 

Ships and other vessels, built in any 
foreign country, whether steam or 
sailing vessels, on application for 
Canadian Register, on the fair 
market value of the hull, rigging, 
and all appurtenances excepting 

machinery 10 

On bailers, steam engines and 

other machinery 26 

Shirt", costing more than three dol- 
lar^ per dozen |1 per doz. and 26 

Shirts, N. E. S 85 

Shoes and boots, loatber and rubber 26 

Shoe laces 80 

Shoe buttoni, papier machd ; metal 
glove fasteners, eyelet hooka and 

eyelets , Free 

Shoo polish 26 

Shot, lead 4-lOths c. per lb. and 26 

■Shotguns 20 

.Show Cases, of any material 86 

Shovels and Spades, Shovel and 
Spade blanks, and iron or steel 
cut to shape for same 50c per doz, k, 26 

Silex or Crysfcilized Quartz Free 

Silk Twist and Sewing Silk 25 

Silk Umbrellas 86 

Silk Tassels, Cords and Tassels, and 
Girdles .. 80 

Silks, raw, or as reeled from the 
cocoon, not being doubled, twisted, 
or advanced in manufacture in any 
way, silk cocoon anc silk waste . . Free 

Silk Filoselle and embroidering silki 26 
Silk Velvets, and all manufactureii of 
Silk, of which Silk is the compo- 
ponent part of chief value, except 

Church Vestments 80 

Silk in the gum, not more advanced 
than singles, tram, and thrown 
organzine, not colored 16 



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P. c. 
Silk, manufactures of, embrace gros 
grain, ducape, barathea, caslnnere, 
Kros de Naples, blacl< and colored : 
black and colored torquoise, satins, 
Earsenets, pcrsians, poplins and all 
other piece goflds of which silk is 
the component part of chief value : 
all silk clothing, velvets, terries, 
ribbons, cords, girdles, tassels, 
hosiery and underclothing, ties, 
scarfs, bows, ferrets, handker- 
chiefs, mantillas or jackets, silk 
warp paramatta, silk ta|)estr\', silk 

work alpaca, etc 30 

Silver and German Silver, in sheets 

for manufacturing put poses Free 

Silver or Gold Coins, except United 

States silver coin Free 

Silver Leaf, for painters and gilders. 25 

Silvered Plate 30 

Skates of all kinds. . 10 cts. per pair & 30 
Skins, undressed, dried, salted or 

pickled Fret* 

Skins of birds, end skins of animals 
not natives of Canada, for taxi- 
dcrmic purposes, not further 
manufactured than prepared for 

preservation Fice 

Slate Pencils 26 

Slates, school and writing slates 30 

Slate Mantels 30 

Slates, Koofing Slates 30 

Provided that the duty shall not 
exceed seventy-five cents per 
s<)uare for black or blue slate, 
and nuu'ty cents for slates of 
other colours. 
Snuff and manufactured tobacco N. 

E. S 35 cts per lb. and 124 

Sleighs 30 

Soap, conmion, brown, and yellow, 

not perfumed 1 ct. per lb 

Soap, soft and liquid (not per- 
fumed 20 

Soap, castile and white 2 cts. per lb 

Soap, perfumed and toilet 35 

Soap Powders, pumice, silver .and 
mineral soaps, sapolio and other 

like articles 35 

Socks and stockings of cotton, wool, 
worsted, the hair of the alpaca 

goat or other like animal 

10 cts. per doz. pair^ and 35 

Soda Ash Free 

Soda Caustic Free 

Soda, Silicate of Free 

StKlium, sulphide of Free 

Soda water fountains 30 

Soy 35 

Spanish or esjjarto t'luss, and other 
grasses and pulp of, for the manu- 

facturo of paper Free 

Spectacles and eye-glasses SO 

Spectacles and eye-glasses, parts of, 

unfinished 20 

Spelter in blocks or pigs Free 

S|)ennoil 20 

Spar goods 20 



P. c 
Spices— eingor and spices of all kinds 
(except mace and nutmegs) un- 

ground 12J 

Spices, as above, ground 25 

Spices, nutmegs and mace 25 

Spikes and nails, cut f c. per lb. 

Spikes and nails, wrought and 
(jrcsscd, whether galvanized or 

not 30 

Spikes and Nails, composition and 

sheathing lb 

Spirituous or alcoholic liquors dis- 
tilled from any material, contain- 
ing or compounded from or with 
distilled spirits of any kind, and 
any mixture thereof with water, 
for every gallon thereof of the 
strength of proof, and when of a 
g^'eater strength than that of 
proof, at the same rate on the in- 
creased quantity that there would 
be if the liquors were reduced to 
the strength of proof. When the 
liquors are of a less strength than 
that of proof, thv duty shall be 
at the rate herein provided, but 
computed on a reduced quantity of 
the liquors in proportion to the 
lesser degree of strength ; provid- 
ed, however, that no reduction in 
quantity shall be completed or 
mad* on any liquid below the 
strength of fifteen per cent, under 
proof, but all such liquors shall be 
computed as of the strength of 
fifteen per cent, as follows, viz. — 
a. Ethyl alcohol or the substance 
commonly known as alcohol, 
hyd rated oxide of ethyl, or 
spirits of wine , gin of all kinds 
not elsewhere specified ; rum, 
whiskey, and spirituous or alco- 
holic liquorgi, not otherwise pro- 
vided |i2.12J per gal 

h. Amyl alcohol or fusil oil, or 
any substance ktiown as potatoe 

spirit or potato oil $2.12^ per gal. 

«. Methyl alcohol, wood alcohol, 
wood naptha, pyroscylio spirit, 
or any substanrie known as woo<i 
spirit, or methylated spirit; 
absinthe, ,irrack or pahn spirit, 
brandy, including artificial 
brandy, and imitations of 
branc'y ; cordials and liqueurs of 
all kinds,not eisewhere specified, 
mescal pulque, rum shrub, schie- 
dam and other schnapps ; tafia, 
angostura. and similar alcoholic 
bitters or beverages. .92. 12| per gal. 
i. Spirits <v>d strong waters of 
any kind, mixed with ary in- 
' sredient or ingredients and be- 
ing or known or designated as 
anodynes, elixirs, essences, ex- 
tracts, lotions, tinctures, or med- 
icines, not otherwise specified. . 

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p. 0. 

e. Alcoholic perfuirm and per- 
fumed spirits, bay rum, cologrne 
and lavcndar waters, hair, tooth 
and skin washes, and other toilet 
preparations contninlnpr spirits 
of any kind, when in bottles or 
flasks, weiKhinff not more than 
four ounces each 60 

When in bottles, flasks, or other 
packages, weigrhingf more th*n 

four ounces each 

92.r3ipcrKal. and 40 

/. Nitrous ether, sweet spirits of 
nitre, and aromatic spirits of 
ammonia #2.12^ per i;al. and 30 

q Vermouth, containing not more 
than thirty per cent, and ginji^er 
wiie containing not more than 
tsventy-six per cent, of proof 
spirits, 75 cents per gallon; if 
containing more than these per- 
centages rc8iJ€ctiv«ly of proof 

spirits #2.12i per gall 

h. In all cases where the strength 
of any of the feregoing articles 
cannot be correctly ascertained 
by the direct applica*'on of the 
hydrometer, it shall m ascer- 
tained by the dintiUatien of a 
sample, or in such other manner 
as the Minister of Customs 
directs. 

Spirits of turpentine 5 

Spliats 25 

Sponges 20 

Spoons, German Silver or Britannia 

Ware not plated 25 

Sjwcni, plated SO 

SprinifS for window rollers 82i 

Sprinjrs for sofa atid bed ii\ 

Spurs stilts, used in the manufacture 

of earthenware Free 

Staves of wood of all kinds Free 

Stamped tinware, japanned ware, 
galvanized iron ware, including 
sii^ns made from these materials, 
and all manufactures of tin,N.E.S. 25 
Starch, Corn Starch or Flour, Farina, 
and all preparations having the 
qualities of Starch, not sweetened 

or fla' ored lie. per lb. 

The weight of the package to be 
in all cases included in the 
weijfht for duty. 

Stay tapes • 20 

Stay laces 30 

Stearine 2e. per lb 

Steel («ee iron and steel manuf.) 
Steel, for saws and straw cutters, 

cut to shape only Free 

Steel rolled rods under half an inch 
in diameter or under half an inch 
square, when imported by knob 
or lock manufacturers or cutters 



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p. 0. 

steam engines, boilers, and machin- 
ery, composed wholly or part of 
Iron or steel, N. E. S 271 

Steel rails, weighing not less than 
forty-five pounds per lenial yard, 
for use in railway tracks Free 

Steel valued at two and a half cents 
per pound and upwards for use in 
the manufacture of skates Free 

Steel bowls foi cream separators . . Free 

Steel for the manufacture of files, 
when imported by file manufac- 
turers for use in their factories.. Free 

Steel, of No. 12 gauge, and thinner 
than No. 30 gauge, when imported 
by manufacturers of buckle clasps 
and ice creepers, to be used in the 
manufacture of such articles only 
in their own factories Free 

Steel for the manufacture of ham- 
mers, augurs and augur bits, 
when imported by the manufac- 
turers of such articles, for use in 
their own facto: ies < inly Free 

Steel of Nos. 24 and 17 guage, in 
sheets 63 inches long, and from 18 
incheB to 32 inches wide, for the 
manufacture of tubular bow sock- 
ets, whe I imported by the manu- 
facturers of such articles, for use 
in thf ii- own factories only Free 

Steel ftr.ps and flat steel wire, when 
imported into Canada by manufac- 
turers of buckthorns, plain stiip 
or other fencing, and safety barb 
wire fencing, for use in their fac- 
tories in the manufacture thereof. Free 

Steel wire. Bessemere soft drawn 
sprinr. of Nos. 10, 12 and 13 gauge 
respectively, and homo steel spnng 
wire of Nos 11 and 12 gauge re- 
spectively, when imported by 
manufacturers of wire matresses, 
to be used in their own factories 
in the manufacture of 9uch arti- 
cles Free 

Steel needles, N. O. P 30 

Steel of No. 20 gauge and thinner, 
but not thinnerthan No. 30 gauge, 
to be used in the manufacture of 
corset steels, clock springs and shoe 
shanks when imported by the 
manufacturers of such articles for 
use in their factories Free 

Steelyards, to be included in the 
item scales, balances and weighing 
beams 80 

Stereotypes, electrotypes and cellu- 
loids for almanacs, calendars, il- 
lustrated pamphlets, newspaper 
odvertiseMients or engravings, and 
all other like work for commercial 
trade or other purposes, not else- 
where specified, and matrices or 

copper shells of the same 

2 cts per sq 



for use exclusively in such nianu- 

factures in their own factories Free Stereotypes, electrotypes, and cellu 

Steam engines, portable 30 ' loids of books, and bajies and mat 



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CARIIAS ftt NOTA SCOTIA NUBSEBT, Loekauiii St., Halifax. 




p. 0. 
ricMand coppershells for the same, 
whether composed wholly or in 
part of metal tr celluloid Free 

Stereotypes, electrotypes, and cellu- 
loids of newspaper columns, and 
baees for the same, composed 
wholly or partly of metai or cellu- 
loid f ct per sq. in. 

And matrices or copper shells of 
the same 2cts. persq. in. 

Stoves and other castings and forg- 
ingg not elsewhere spccilied 27) 

Stove boltn and nuts, and all bolts 
and rivets less than three-eighths 

of an inch in diameter 

Ic. per lb. and 25 

Stone, burr, in blocks, rough or 
manufactured, and not bound into 
mill stones Free 

Stone, rough freestone, sandstone, 
and all other building stone, e:i- 
cept Marble from the quarry, not 
hammered or chiselled 20 

Stone, dressed Freestone and all 
other building stone except marble, 
and all manufactures of Stone or 
Granite 80 

Stone, lithographic, not engraved.. 20 

Stone, Orindstones tl.75 per ton. 

Straw board in sheets or rolls, plain 
or tarred 80 cts. per 100 lbs. 

Studs, shirt or collar of all kinds. ... 20 
Sugar, N. E. S., not above No. 16 
Dutch Standard iu color, sugar 
drainings, or pumpings drained in 
transit, melado or concentrated 
melado, tank bottoms and sugar 
concrete Free 

All sugars above number sixteen 
Dutch Standard in color, and re- 
fined su/ars of all kinds, grades or 
Standards, and all sugar syrups 

derived from refineff sugars 

64-lOOc. per lb 
Sugar Candy, brown or white, and 
Oorfectionery, including sweeten- 
ed gums, candied peels, pop corn . . 86 

Sulphuric ether 6 cts per lb. 

Sugar of milk 20 

Sulphate of Imn (copperas) Free 

Sulphur in r',i' jr flour Free 

:')unday-s\il.iK-i c.-.rds ^" devotional 

cards <" -t^s par 1>> and 20 

Suspenders of all k > > i> 36 

Superphosphates, o> iranufactured 

manure. 20 

Surgical ^ ! 'i4^uU>nj»(irui.in>iti' of j 

all kind.. 16 

Surgical belts .^r *»n(6»vrf, .tii! suj 

pensary bii. .,n<a ' Al i^'n'A 26 

Sweet potatoi:. i»r.-» «»-? . .10>7 per hush,. 
Syrups, Olui-ose. . . . . . * c •: tn ii* • lb. 

Syrups and molaiwes if t -'! Ktna 
N. O. P., the p ^'r '' o <'e sugai- 
cane or beet-root '• '".. *'., and r.M 
imitations thereot Ci aabstituies 
therefore i>-10tht< c. per ih. 



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Holasses, produced in the process 
of the manufacture of cane sugar 
from the Juice of the cane, when 
imported in the original packages 
from the district wnen f reduced 
in the country where the cane was 
grown, and which has not been 
subjected to any process of treat- 
ing or mixture after leaving the 
country from which originally 
shipped,— the packages in which 
imported, when of wood, to be 
free — 

(a) Testing by polariscope, forty 
deorrees or over IJc. per gall. 

(b) When testing by polariscope, 
less than forty, and not less than 
thirty -five degrees, one and one- 
half cents per gal., and in addi- 
tion thereto, one cent per gal. 
for each degree or fraction of 
a degree less than forty degrees. 

Molasses, second process, or molaaees 
derived from the manufacture of 
"Molasses Sugar," testing by 
polariscope loss than thirty-five 
degrees, vhen imported by manu- 
facturers of blacking for use in 
vheir own factories in the manu- 
facture of blacking, conditional 
that the importers shall in addi- 
tion to making oath at the time of 
entry that such molasses is im- 
ported for sueh use and will not 
be used ?or any other purpose, 
cause such melasses to be at once 
mixed in a proper tank made for 
the purpose, with at least one-fifth 
of the quantity thereof of cod or 
othek oil, whereby such molasses 
may be rendered unfit for any 
other use, such mixing to be done 
io the presence of a CustomB 
officer at the expense of the im- 
porter, and under suuii further 
regulations as may from time to 
time he considered necessary in 
the interest and for the protection 
of the revenue, and that until 
such mixing is done and duty cer- 
tified on the face of the entry 
thereof by such Customs officer 
the entry shall be held to be in- 
con«plete, and the molasses sub- 
ject to the usual rate of duty as 
when imported for any other pur- 
pose Free 

T. 

Tft<>kfi, brads and sprigs cut, not ex- 
c« f ding sixteen ounces to tha 

thousand IJ cts. \yev 1000 

Exceeding sixteen ounces. 1} cts perlb. 

TarfHiulin, plain coated with oil, 
(laint, tar, or other composition . . 27i 

Tails, undressed Free 

Tallow 20 



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Teasels 

Telephones 
Telfi'raph i 
I Tents and 
Terra- Japoi 
Terra alba . 
Terra Cotts 
Thimbles, ( 
Thimbiea, S 
Threshing n 
Thermomet 
I Timber an- 
boards sa 
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P''"e, rose 
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wood, n.fc 
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I Timber, hew 

used for 

I wharfs .... 

Timber, gqui 

Timber and 

specified.. 

Tin, in bloc 

sheets... ^ 

Tinfoil 

Tin ail nianiifj 

specified. . 
Tin strip wa 
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p. c. 

Tampico, white and black Free 

Tanners* Bark Free 

Tannins: or d.voin^ articles in crude 
state, used in dyeing or tanninK< 

not elsewhere specified Free 

Tapioca 20 

Tar (Pine), in packages of not less 

than 100 pounds Free 

Tartar, emetic, and gray tartar and 

argolj Free 

Tar and pitch, coal .-. Free 

Tearing Metal, plain, Japanned or 
coated, in coils not over 1 J inches 
in width, when imported by 
manufacturers of shoe and cornet 

lace, for use in their factories Free 

Tea, and Green Coffee, imported 
direct from the country of growth 

and production Free 

This item shall include tea and 
coffee purchased in bond in any 
country where tea and coffee 
are subject to customs duty, 
provided there is satisfactory 
proof that the tea or coffee so 
purchased In bond is such as 
nii^'ht be entered for home con- 
sumption in the country where 
the same is purchased. 

Tea V d green Coffee, N. E. S 10 

Teasels Free 

Telephones 25 

Telot'raph instruments 26 

Tents and awnings 32J 

Terra-Japonica Free 

Terra alba 20 

Terra Cotta Ware 30 

Thimbles, Gold or Silver 25 

Thimbles. Steel or Plated 30 

Threshing machines and parts 30 

Thermometers 25 

Timber and lumber, planks and 
boards sawn, of boxwood, cherry, 
\\alnut, chestnut, mahogany, pitch- 
pMie, rosewood, sandal-wood, Span- 
ish cedar, oak, hickory and white 
wood, n,t shiipen, planed or other- 
wise manufactured Free 

Timber, hewn or sawed, and timber 
used for spars and in building 

wharfs Free 

Timber, squared or sided Free 

Timber and Jumber, not elsewhere 

specified 20 

Tin, in blocks, pigs, bars, plat°s, 

sheets ' Free 

Tin CrysUls Free 

Tinfoil Free 

Tin all manufactures of not elsewhere 

specified 25 

Tin strip waste Free 

Tinware, StamjXid and Japanned 
ware, jjranite ware, enaniolicd iron 
ware and galvanized iron ware... 25 

Tinned Iron Spoons. 30 

Tinware and manufacturers of tin 

not ei8ewli<;re specified 25 

Tobacco cut 45 cts per lb. ard. 12J 



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Tobacco manufactured and Snuff, . . 

35c. t»er lb. and 12^ 
Tobacco, unmanufactured for Excise 
purposes, under conditions of Act 

31 Vic, Cap. 61 Free 

Tobaccos, pipes of all kinds, pipe 
cigar and cigarette holders, and 

cases for the same 36 

Toilet and to<ith powders, and other 
perfumed preparations for mouth, 

hair and skin 30 

TomatocH 20 c. per bush and 10 

Tomatoes and other vegetables, in- 
cluding corn, in cans .!l^ cents per lb. 

Tool baskets 25 

Tooth and toilet powders, and other 

washes 30 

Tortoise and other Shells Free 

Towels of every description 26 

Toys of any muterial 35 

Travellers' Baggage, under regula- 
tions to be prescribed by the Min- 
ister of Customs Free 

Trees, viz., '.ai pie, ch> rry, peach, 
pear, plum, and quince, of all 

kinds Sots each 

Trees, seedling stock for grafting, 
viz. : Plum, Pear, Peach and other 

fruit trees Free 

Tree nails Free 

Trunks of all kinds 80 

Trusses, all kinds 25 

Tubing, brass, drawn Free 

Tubing, brass, i>!ain and fancy Free 

ITubing, copper, seamless drawn Free 

Tubes, not welded, nor more than 
one and one-half inch in diameter 

of rolled steel 16 

Lap-we!ded iron tubing, threaded 
and coupled, or not, one and one- 
quarter inch in diameter and over, 
but not over two inches, for use 
exclusively in artesian wells, 
petroleum pipelines and for petrol- 
eum refiners 20 

Tubing, wrought iron, threaded and 
coupled, or not, over two inches 

in diameter 16 

Other wrought iron tubes or pipes. . 

Five-tenths c. per lb. and 30 

Tubs, pails, chr.rns 20 

Turmeric Free 

Turpentine, raw or crude Free 

Turpentine, Spirits of 6 

Turtles Free 

Twine for harvest binders, of jute, 
mariilla, and sit<al, and of manilla 

and sisal mixed 12^ 

Twine, cotton 26 

Twines, of all kinds, not otherwise 

S|)ecified 25 

Tufts of leather , 26 

Tj'jie for printing 20 

Type Metal 10 

Type Writing Machines 30 

Typewriters, lablets with moveable 
fixtures, and musical instruments, 
when imported by and for the use 



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P. C. 
of achools for the blind, and bein{i: 
and remaining: the Role property 
of (he f;overning bodies of the 
said schools and not of private 
individuals ; the above particulars 
to be veiified by spcuial affidavit 
on each eatry whi n presented .... Free 

U. 

Umbrellas, all kinds 35 

Umbrella, parasol and sunshade 
sticks or handles, N. E. S 20 

Union Collar Cloth, paper, in rolls 
or sheets, not glossed or finished . . 5 
Do. irlosscd or finished 20 

Ultramarine blv<^, dry or in pulp. . . Free 



Valentines 6 o. lb. and 20 

Vaccine and ivory vaccine pointJ Free 

Valerian Root Free 

Valises and carpet batfs 3U 

Varnish, black and bri^^ht, for ships' 

use Free 

Varnish, lacquers, japan, japun 
driers, liquid driers, and oil finish 

N. E. S 20c, per I. G. and 2o 

Varr'sh cut with spirit $1.00 per I. ij. 

VashJi .e, and all similar prepara- 
tions of petroleum for toilet, medi- 
cinal or other purposes .35 

Vegetables, not otherwise provided 

for 26 

Vej?et.ablo Fibre, natural, not pro- 
duced by any chemical procees Free 

Velocijiedes 30 

Volvet 80 

Vel voteens 30 

Venters of wood, N. K. S„ not over 

on vsixteenlih of an inch thick.. 5 
Ven >^ s of wood, not over one-six- 
teenth of an inch thick, made 

from woods native to Canad\ 10 

Veneers of Ivory, sawn only Free 

Verdijrris, or sub-acetate of copper, 

dry Free 

Vermouth Bitters or Wine, (see 

Spirits.) 
Vinegar, (see Acid). 

Viti iol. Blue Free 

Vises 35 



G. 



Wads, gun 30 

Waggons 35 

Walking sticks 25 

Washers, bolts, .ind rivets, iron and 

steel 1 ct per !h and 25 

Waste, cotton, linen, jute, hemp, and 
paper of all kinds fit only for man- 
ufacture of pa[>er Free 

Watches 25 

Watch actions, or movements 10 

Watch Cases 35 

Wat<;h keys, steel or brass 30 

Water-pi|>es of cast iron 

lie per ton, but not less than 35 



P. c. 

Webbing, 'elastic and non-elaatte 20 

Whale-bone, unmanufactured Free 

Wheat 16 cts. per bush. 

Wheels, wood spokes, hubs ana fel- 
loes, finished 25 

Wheelbarrows and like articles.... 30 

Whips of all kinds [ 35 

Whip-gut or cat-gut, unman ufavt'd . Free 
Whiskey, (see "Spirits.") #2.124 ("rf.G. 

Whit£ lead and red lead, dry 5 

Whiting or whitening ffQ^ 

Whitening, prepared .20 

Willow for Basket Makers Prce 

Willow-work— Osier or willow-work, 
lined or unlined, furnished or un- 
furnished 25 

Window blind rollers 35 

Window shades, in the piece, or nut 
and hemmed, or mounted <»n 
rollers, 35 per cent, but not less 

than 5 cents per eq, yd. 

Wines of all kinds, except Sparkling 
Wjoea, including ginger, oraniyre, 
lemon, strawberry, rasp' lerry, elder 
and currant, containing 26 per cent, 
or less of spirits of strength of proof, 
imported in wood or bottles, (six 
quarts or twelve pints to Imperial 

gallon 26 cts. per I 

And for each degree of strength of 
spirit in excess of 26 per cent, until 
it readies 40 per cent. 3 cents i)er 
I. G. for cfich degree. 

And in a<idition thereto 30 

Ail Liciuors imported imder the 
name of Wine*?, and containiii).' 
more than ff>rty per cent of spirits 
of the strengtii of proof by Syke's 
Hydrometer, shall be rated as une- 
numcrated Spirits. 

Champagne and all other Sparkling 
Wines, in bottles, containing each 
not more than one quart, and more 
than one pint $3.30 per doz. bottles 

Champagne, containing not more 
than one pint and more than half 
pint $1.65 per doz. bottles 

Champagne, containing not more 
than half pint 82c. per doz. bottles 

Champagne in bottles containing 
more than one quart each, shall 
pay in addition to three dollars 
and thirty cents per dozen bottles 
at the rate of one dollar and sixty- 
five cents per Imperial gallon on 
the quantity in excess of one 
quart per bottle, and in addition 
to the above specific duties an ad 
valorem duty shall be added of. . . 

Wire, of iron or stee', of Nos. 13 and 
14 gauge, flattened and corrugated, 
used in connection with the ma- 
chine known as the wire grip and 
ohanipion nailing machine for the 
manufacture of boots, shoes and 
leather belting, when imported by 
manufacturers of such articles, to 



30 



Xfcrosliiereji Engrineg, CarriAges, A. B. FULTON k CO., Trnn. 



FSftHSfttirOTl SCOTIA HUBSERT, Loekmaa St, HAllfu. 




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P. C. 

be uted tor th««« purposes only in 

their own fa<)fcf>rieH free 

Wiro Crucible, .sast fiUiel Free 

Wire Riifgini;, for 8hf|/« ftrid n > «aol8 . Kr i^e 

Wire, copper 1ft 

Wire Cloth, N. K. 8 80 

Wire Ropo, of iron or steel N.O.P.. 25 
Wire, galvanized iron wire, Nos. 6, 
9, 12 and 14 (jauge, when ininorted 
by makers of wire fencing, for lute 

in their factories only 

Wire, barbed fer)cing of iron or steel. 

J ctB per lb 
Wire, buckthorn and strip fer.cinfj of 

iron and steel ic per lb 

Wire,N.E.S 25 

Wire, of brass 10 

Wire Cloth, Brnas and Copper 90 

Wire Work, ornamental iron, sema- 
phore wire 25 

Wire, covered with cotton, linen, silk 

or other miterial 30 

Wire Window Screens 30 

Wood, and nianufacti'rcs of,not else- 
where specifled-this includes walk- 
ing canes, osier or willow work, 
unlined or lined, furnished or un- 
furnished, dressing ca<<e8, caddies, 
v.y:e stands, bread plates, book 
slides, card racks, wall brackets, 
games, stationery racks, splints.. 
Wood, loi^s, and round and unmanu- 
factured timber, not elsewhere 

specified Free 

Woods, not furthur manufactured 
than sawn or split, viz. : African 
Teak, Bliick Heart, Ebony, Lignuni- 
vitae. Red Cedar and Satin Wood . . Free 

Woo<J, for fuel Free 

Wo'Klen Ware, Pails, Tubs, Churns, 
Brooms, Washboards, Pounders, 

and Itolling Pins 20 

Wood Pulp 25 

Wood, Manufactures of, N. E. S., 

&nd btushes 25 

Wool, and the hair of the Cam*>I, 
Alpaca Goat and other like animalu, 
not further prepared than washed, 
N. E. S.,ana noils, being the short 
wool which falls from the combs in 

worsted factories Free 

Wool, or worsted yarns, whsn ge- 
napped, dyed, or finished, and 
imported by manufacturers of 
braids, cords, tuasels and fringes, 
to be used in the manufacture of 
such articles only, in their own 

factories Free 

Wool, viz. : Leicester, Cotswold, 
Lincoln8hire,South Down Combing 
Wools, or Wools knf>wn as Lustre 
Wools, and all othef like Combing 
Wools such as are grown in Canada 

3 cents per lb 
Wool and WcollenS; Manufactured 
composed wholly or in part of 
Wool, Worsted, Hr.ir of Alpac*a 



p. 

Ooat. or other like animals, viz: 
Blankets and Flannels of every de- 
scription, Cloths, Doeskins, Cassi- 
'nf.rit, Twee<ls, Coatings, Overcoat- 
ing.!, Cloikings, Felt cloth not 
ttUiiwhuif njieciftef] .Oc. per lb. and 26 
" (iicl)idcs skirlinifs, imion skirt- 
ins<», imitation sealskin in wool, 
wool tartan plaids, if they can be 
used for shirtings, fleecy crewels, 
royal Saxony, Oermantown, Shot- 
I md and fairy wools, and woolen 
haize." 5 cts. per lb. and 26 

Clothing, roaily made, and Wearing 
Apparel, of every dcacription, in- 
"luding Cloth Caps, and Horse 
Clothing, shaped, composed wholly 
or in part of wool, worsted, the 
hair of Alpaca goat or other like 
animal, made \ip by the tailor, 
seamstrosw v» n»*nufacturer, not 

otherwise provided for 

5 cts. yiev lb. and 30 
Comppses all r ;ady-maae ciothing 
for men and boys of cloth, mantles 
and cloaks of cloth, in\itatlon seal- 
skin (of wool) ; ladicV felt skirts, 
balmoral skirt« ; flannel or union 
shirts ; any other article composetl 
of wool, or wool and cotton, made 
up or manufuotvii'od whoUj or in 
y.art by the t-ivllor, seamstress or 
manufacturer. 

'Voollcns-- All fabrics composed 
wholly or in part of wool, worstetl, 
the hair of Ihe Alpaca goat or other 
like animal, not otherwise v^i'o- 
vided for 80 

Won\en's and children's dress goods, 
coat linings, Italian i loths, alpacas, 
Orleans, c»8hn\ercs, henncttas, 
serges, buntings, nun's cloth, ben- 
galTnes, whip eordsj twil's, plains 
or jascquards of similar fabrics, 
composed wholly or in part of 
woof, worsted, the hair of the 
camel, alpaca, goat or like animal, 
not exceeding in weight six ounces 
to the square yard, when imported 
in the grey or unfinished state for 
the puri>08e of being dyed or 
finished in Canada, under such 
regulations as are established by 
th« Governor and Council 22J 

Writing desks, glove boxes, handker- 
chief boxes, manicure cases, per- 
fume cases, toilet case», and fancy 
cases for smoker's sets, and similur 
fancy articles made of bone, shell, 
horn, ivory, wood, leather, plush, 
satin. Bilk, satinette, celluloid, 
aluminum, fibre-ware of all 
kinds, or paper ; dolls and toys 
of all kinds, including sewing 
machines when of not more than 
two dollars value, ornaments of 
alabaster, spar, amber, terra cotta 






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or composition ; and statuettea 

and bead ornamerita, N. E. 8 35 

Wool imitatiun seal Hicin 

6c. per lb. and 25 



TaniB lOcts pur bushel 

Yarns, hosiery, cotton, dyed or 

colored 26 

Yarn?, composed whoUv or in part 
of Wi ol, woratetl. Ihe hair of the 
alpaca, Koat or other like animal, 
coaling 20 cents per pound and 

under 5ct8 per lb. and 2C 

YaruE), wool^» and worsted, X. E. S. 80 
Yarn spun from the hair of the 
alpaca or of the augora goat, 
when imported by nunufacturers 
of braids, for use exclusively in 
their faotoi ies in the manufauture 



p. 
of luoh br»ldN only, under mich 
ruflfulatlonH im arn iwlnpted by the 

Oontrollsr of (Juiitoina preu 

YaruH, eolr proe 

Yoimt uuk(i« ctH per lb 

Yeast uoinproNtKtd in hulk or maan of 
lint luiM than no poiindn, acts per 
lb. In piuik«KOM wiilKhtnt; less 
than 50 |i(Mind«, 0(tt« prrlh., the 
weitcht of tliu ita<-kii)fn In tlio latter 
ease to bu huiiudud In the weight 
for duty. 
Yellow MotiU, III boltR, barn, and for 
Hhoathiiiif free 

B. 

Zino, In bloukM, plimnnd NhR(,«,8 Free 

Zinc, MuaiuluNM tirawii tubing Free 

Ziite, HttltM of Free 

Zinc, iiiaiiufuutiiroH of, not elauMbeiu 
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All goo<' ' "'t enumerated In this Act or any othiir Aot M charged wi ,li anv 
duty of Cusu , and not doclaretl free of duty by thlM Ant, mIiuII be duirgcd with 
a duty of twenty percent, ad valorem, when iinpoi'Uid Into Uaiiiula, or taken out 
of warehouse for coiisumption therein. 

Goods free in the casea tharoln mentioned. 

The following articles, when the natural produotn, of the colony o 
N«;wfoundland, are free, viz.: 
Animals of all kinds. 

Prohibited. * 

The t*M(v»\n% articles shall lie prohibited to be importotl under a penalty of 200 

(loiiara Ujgetber with the forfeiture of the parcel or piMtkajfos of goods in wliieh 

bhtr same may be found, viz. : 
Books, !»rinted Papers, Paintings, Drawings, Prints, Pliotogrnph« or reprosenta- 

tiomi of any kind of a treasonable or seditious, or of an Itnntond or indeoeut 

.;haracter. 
'^ ••*, base <»r counterfeit. 
Ituprittts of Canadian Copyright Works, and reprints of Hritlsh Copyright Works 

whiuh have been Copyrighted in Oaiiatlii. 
?H* adulterated t^ith spurious leaf or with exhauNttul leivVM, or containing io 

great an adm^tureof chemical or other dttkteriou* aubittances as to make 

it unfit for vmt 
Goods manufttctuRiK 'ir produced, wholly or in p»rt, by priMon labor, or which 

have been mMi»^ vitnin or in connection with any prlMon, tfoal or penitentiary, 

Bhal! not l» imp«r?rted into Canada, under a penalty of two hundred dollars, 

and if imported •*ueh goods and the parools or paokOKei In which they are 

containea ahall uic- iorfeited. 

oleoD>ar;:tirine, buaerinc. or other similar substltuttt for butter, shall be 

imported Into Cana«<iii under a lienaltv of not more timti four hundred dollars 

MM aot leas than twr hundred dollar* for oaeb olTenuo, and If Importeil, the 

mtnt and the packagtm within whioh it Is uont > odd shall be forfeited. 
The export of deer, wild curkcys, c^uall, |>*rtrldKt<. i>r*irle fowl and woodcock in 

the carcass or parts thereof, is heici>y diiolar. ' intawfut and prohibited; 

and any person exporting or attempting to ex! .» 

each such ofTence, iticur a penalty ot one huit 

atteuipted to be eiported shall be forf«?ito«J, 

auhpicion of intention to export tht nu, 

Customs, and if such intention is pr<> i, ghittl 

of the Customs laws. 



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lollars, and the article so 

tV. Oil roaooiiable cause of 

•"<i by ony officer ol the 

lalt with as for a breach 



Provided, that this section shall not apply i 
tions as are made by the (iov> iior-in- 



thereof, of any deer raised o 
o' persons upon his or thoir 



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any carcase or part 

••ipony, or asaociation 



Team ff aggons, Carrlafes, K^moii A. B. "- ttltoa A f'^t Traro. 



PAHSIBS at HOYl SCOTIA NUB8ERT, Lotkmaii 8t, Hallfta. 



MARINE ANH FrSHBttlBS DEPAllTMBNT. 



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MARINE 8r. FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. 



Nova Scotia Branch— J. F. L. Paisons, A(/ent. 0. A. HutchinM. 
Supei'intendant of Lif/ht Houses. A. DeB. Trenmine, Acnmntanl 
H. A. McQuarrie, Clerk. Chafi. Neal, Storeketper. JToiiry MetKler, 
Messenger. 

Board of Examiners Masters and Matk^,— Capt. W. H- 
Smith, R. N. R., Chairman ; A. E. Gilpin. Clerk. 

Fisheries Intelligence Bureau — W. M.Hutcliins, Ojfficer in 
Charge. 

Immioration Office — Agent, Edwin McC. Clay, Halifax. 

Inspector of Steamers for Nova Scotia and New Bruns* 
WICK — Douglas Stevena, Halifax. 

Inspector of Hulls for Dominion— C. R. Coker. 

Port of Halifax — Inspecting Phifsician, ($1,000) W. N. Wickwire, 
M. D. Port Warden, Capt David Hunter. Harbour Master, J. E. 
Butler. Shipping Master, Howard Bligh. 

Piix)t Commissioners for the City and County of Halifax.-— 
John Pugh, Chairman; J. Taylor Wood, William A. Black, Lewis 
Anderson, David Hunter, J. J. Bremner, M. C. Great, J.Taylor Wood, 
(Sec'v and Treas. 

List of Pilots for the Port of Halifax.— No. 1, - ■' 

No. 2, Wm Fleming, Halifax ; No. 3. James llullund, 

Duncan's Cove; No. 4, William Baker, Halifax; No. 6, Bernard 
Gallagher. Halifax ; No. 6, Daniel Martin, Ketch Harbor; No. 7, 

Joseph Rhino, Herring Cove ; No. 8, — — 

No. 9, Hugh Munro, Herring, Cove ; No. 10, Jeremiah Holland, 
Duncan's Cove ; No. 11, Edward Bayers, Halifax ; No. 12, James 
Hanrahan, Ferguson's Cove ; No. 13. Wm. Beazley, Ferguson's Cove ; No. 
U, John Hayes, Halifax : No. 15, James Spears, Ketch Harbour ; No. 
16, John Beazley, Halifax ; No. 17, Chas. Glczabrook, Ferguson's 
Cove ; No. 18, Charles F. Martin, Halifax ; No. 19, William White, Fer- 
guson's Cove ; No. 20, Thos, Hayes, Herring Cove; No. 21, Thos. Keyno, 
HeiringCove; No. 22, Charles Martin, Halifax; No. 23, Henry Latter, 

Herring Cove; No. 24, No. 25, Jas. (!oiiway, 

Portugese Cove ; No. 26, James Fleming, Ketch Harbour. Pihts Huper- 
annuated— John Fleming, Patrick Hayes, John Johhson, 



Light Houses. 

On the Coasts of Nova Scotia and yew Brunswick. 

Geohgk's Island, west tjide of Island, Halifax Harbor, lat 44° 38' .30" 
N., Ion 63° 33' 20" W., two fixed white catoptric lights, vertical, 20 foot 
apart, 50 and 30 feet high, drab square building, 21 feet high. Lights 
show seaward on the S. , and into harbor on N. side • on W. side the 
upper light only can be seen. Vessels going into Halifax Harbor, uaHS- 
ing Meagher's Beach, will keep the light on starboard bow. 7'he light 
is for the purpose of guiding vessels in and out of the Harbor, thi'ongh 
the channel west of the Island. These lights open to westward of 
Meagher's Beach, clear the westward of Thrum Cap Shoal. _ A fog bell 
on western side lighthouse tower, strikes 7 strokes every minute. 




Bobes, Harness* Carriages, Carts, A. B. FULTON k CO., TmiOt 



Stopbenolfs at NOTA SCOTIA NUB8EBT, Loeknaii St, Haltfaz. 



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LIOHT HOUSES. 



Mkaoher's Bbach, Shorbrook Tower, eant sido of entrance to Halifax 
Harbor, lat 44° 30' N., Ion 03° 32' 5" W., fixed white catoptric light, 
viaible 12 miles, 58 feet high, building white with red roof, gruiii^t^' 
height 48 feet. When Sambro light bears W. S. W., this light Hhovi d 
not be brought to the woHtward of north, which clears the 'rliruiu Cup 
Shoal. A i()g trumpet sounds blasts of 5 seconds, with intervals of 25 
seconds between the blasts. 

Devil's Island, on south iK)int of Island, at the OAstern entrance to 
Halifax harbor, two fixed white catoptric lights, horiKontuUy, E. ^ N., 
and W. J S., 175 yards apart^ visible 13 miles, the light E. 59 feot high, 
W ^''"rh* 5'^ feet, both buildings white, octagonal, wood, height E. 5:1 
ieet, VV. 45 leet, lat 44° 34' 50" N., Ion 63° 27' 15" W. The eastern 
light opens to southward of western, clears to the southward of the 
Thrum Cap Shoal. Ijifeboat stationed here. 

JEnnoRR Hook, on summit of rocks about 22 miles east of Halifiix, lut 
44° 39' 45", Ion 03° 0' 22" one fixed red light, visible 12 miles, white, 
square, wood, dwelling attached, 80 feet high. 

Ego Isl.\nd, centre of island, lat 44° 39' 52" N., Ion 62° 51' 32" W 
catoptric light, a group flushing white or bright light, showing three 
flashes with intervals of 15 seconds between, followed by hii eclipse of 
30 seconds, visible 15 miles, 80 feet hi^h, octagonal building, black 
and white vertical stripes on seaward side, height 45 feet. Visible 
around horizon. An iron can buoy, painted red, about 200 yards south 
of the l^rig Rock, W. by S. from the light house, about 2 miles. Hanil 
fog-tiumpet answers signals. 

An automatic whistling buoy, red, is moored in 37 fathoms of water, 



miles S Mag. from Egg Island Light, 
49' 5". 



lat N. 44° 35' 20", Ion W. (i2° 



Pope's Harbor, on west point of Harbour Island, lat 44° 47' 40" N.i 
Ion 02° 38' 50" VV., fixed red light, cato^>tric, visible 9 miles, 45 feet high, 
tower white, square, wood, with dwelling attached, height 37 feet. 

Sheet Rock, at the entrance to Sheet Harbor, lat 44^" 49' 55" N , Ion 
62° 29' 40" W., revolving led light every 40 seconds, visible 10 miles. 
White, square, wood, witl) dwelling attached. 75 feet above high water 
mark. Automatic whistling buoy in 24 fathoms water S by W ^ VV^ 5 
and one-sixth miles from Sheet Rock light house. 

Sheet Harbour Passage, on mainland near eastern end of Sober 
Island, lat 44° 51* 30" N, Ion 02° 20' 35" W, fi.xed red catoptric, 
visible 5 miles. Light shown from window in keeper's dwelling 



elevated 42 feet above high water, 
Sheet Harbour Passage, 



For benefit of vessels navigating 



BEAVER^SLAND, S. E. part of East Beaver, or William Island, lat 
44° 49' 34" N, Ion 02° 20' 10" W, a bright white light showing a flash everv 
45 seconds, visible 12 miles, 70 feet high, white building with two black 
balls to seaward, S. S. W., 35 feet high. 

Beaver Harbour, on eastern end of Beaver Point, lat 44° 52' 23" 
N, Ion 02° 23' 40" W. A pole light red, visible miles. 

LisoOMB, on island, lat 44° 59' 20" N , Ion 01° 57' 50" W., rod and 
white catoptric light, ulternating every two minutes, visible 15 miles, 01 
feet high, white square wooden tower, with dwelling attached. 

Wedgl, Island, mouth of St. Mary's Riv-r, lat 45° 0' 3,5", Ion 61" 
52' 35", one revolving red light, shows 1 minute in 3 minutes, vi.sible 12 
miles, white, square, wood, with dwelling attached, catoptric. 



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BouttMlent at H. H. HUBSBBT* LwImii IK., HbUTaz. 



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AutoniKtio whiHtlitiff buoy off IsaM'n H»rbor m u fuirway buoy. Froir. 
thu buoy Ouuntry Harbor Liffht, on (ir««ii ItUnd N. E. by N. | N. 
Diitanoe Hi ntilei. A N. bv w. ooumw will lead from the buoy to 
Kttgged Point, diHtance 9 inileH, Th« buov in moored in 25 fathoms 
water, and ii painted red, with Iiiauo Uaibor in white letters on the 
Hide. 

Holy Point, we«t side of entrance to TNaaoV HarV)«»T, lat 45° 10' 0" 
N., l<m ai° 80' 12" W., two fixed white oatoptrio lightti verticallv, 20 feet 
apart, viHible U miles, 80 feet high, iiquaro white building, 20 feet high, 
witli dwelling attached. 

CouNTBT Hahduur, on Green iMland, Ouysboro' County, lat 45° 6' 
in*' N.,lon01°32'3U" \V.,fiKed whitti oatopttiu liKht, viMible 14 to 16 
niilen, 51 feet high, white Houaru wooden bi)ilditig, with dwelling at- 
tiictied, heiglit 23 feet. Goatit light, and to guide veRselH frequenting 
Country and Fisherman's Harbors, 

Tor Bay, on eastern point of Horry Jlutul, W. side of entrance to 
Bay, Ouysboro' County, lat 46" II' ;l7" N., Ion 01" 18' 35" W., fixed 
catoptric ll|(ht, red to seaward, white nortliward into Hay and towards 
Molasses Harl>or, visible 10 niilus, sipiaru wouilon building, vith dwel- 
ling attached, white with vortical red stripus, top of lantern painted 
biaclc. Height of lantern 51 feet, tower 30 feet. 

TiiuKB Top Ibland, on the Houtheast point of Three Top Island, 
Whitoliaven. Guysborougli County, Noya Hcotia, lat 45° 12' 40" N., Ion 
Ul° li' 40" W. The light is fixed white catoutric, elevated 48 feet above 
lii^rh water mark, and in clear weather should be seen 11 miles. The 
biulding is a wooden one painted white, and consists of a square tower 
32 feet nigh from base of building to vane on lantern, with keeper's 
dwelling attached. This light is for the purpose of guiding vessels into 
Whitehaven, and in order to point out the dangers on the northern side 
of the Western Passage is ol)sourud when beartiig to the eastward of N. 
K. by K. It is visible from all other points of approacli except when 
intuicepted by the high land of Whitehead Island. 

WiiiTiCHKAD Ihland, S. W. extremity of Island, Guysboro' County, 
lat 40° 12' N., Ion (51° 8' 15" W., white catoptric light, revolving every 
20 Hucottds, visible 11 miles, 65 feet high, py.amiual wooden building, 
35 feet high, with dwelling attached, octagonal lantern. Light not 
totally obscured during the eclipses ; 10 sttC<»ndH duration of Hash, and 
10 seccrnds eclipse. 

Life boat stationed at Deming Point. 

Capk Hkkakku Bkm. Buoy, painted black and surmounted by a 
Kphurioal cage, is moored in 14 fathoms, 4 cables E. S. E. from the 
middle o( the shoal. From the buoy a N. W, by N. ^ N. course will 
loud up to, and about half a mile to the eastward of, Man-of-War Rock, 
distant 2|| miles. 

Oanho Cape, north part of Cranberry Island, lat 45° 19' 50" N., Ion. 
G0°55' 25" W , two fixed white lights ui one tower, vertically, 35 feet 
•*|>art, upper visible 12. lower 5 iniles, 89 and 54 feet respectively, high, 
()ctaK**nal wooden building, hori/.ontally striped red and white, with 
dwulling house attached. A steam fog whistle, near the light-house, 
in thick weather sounds a blast of 8 seconds in each minute. 

An automatic signal buoy in 20 fathonis, 1^ miles E. B. E. of Grimes 
Huck, taken up about December. 

0AN80 Harbob, on Hart or Cutler Island, lat 45° 21' N., Ion 60° 58' 
:i0" W. , fixed red catoptric light, visible 12 miluu, 42 feet high, white 
square wooden building, with dwelling attached, height 28 ft. 









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Cbow Harbor, on Rock Island, Chedabucto Bay, lat 4o° 21' S** N. 
Ion 61° 16' W., fixed white dioptric li^ht, visible 8 miles. Square 
wooden tower with dwelling attacned, painted white. 

GuYBBORo' Harbor, W. side of entrance, near Peart Point, Cheda- 
bucto Bay, lat 45° 22< 50" N., Ion 61° 29' 10" W., fixed white catoptric 
light, visible 8 miles, 30 feet high, white square wooden building, height 
20 feet. 

Sand Point, or Eddy Point, south entrance, lat 45° 31' 30" N., Ion. 
61° 14' 40" W., fixed white, dioptric, visible 8 miles, 25 feet high, white 
square wooden tower, with dwelling attached, with a black diamond, 
seaward. 

A black can buoy is moored off the extreme end of Sand Spit. 

Point Tupper, Ship Harbor or Port Hawkesbury, lat 45° 36' 40" N , 
Ion 61° 22' W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 7 miles, 44 feet high, 
white square building, height 24 feet. In consequence of the interven- 
tion of the land on the south side, can only be seen three miles in that 
direction. 

Cbbiouton's Head, on the north extremity, lat 45° 30' 40" N., Ion 
61° 6' W., white catoptric light, revolving every 40 seconds, visible 10 
miles, 29 feet high, square white wooden building, height 20 feet. For 
guiding vessels into Little or West Arichat. 'Three buoys placed to 
mark the dangers off the harbor. 

Jersbtman Island^ Arichat Harbor, lat 45° 30' 20" N., Ion 61° 3' W., 
fixed red catoptric light, visible 11 miles, 39 feet high, white square 
wooden building, height 28 feet. ^ This light is for the purpose of guid- 
ing vessels through Grid Passage, in and out of Arichat Harbor. There 
is also a Range Beacon on the S E. Point of Jerseyman's Island, that 
marks Hautf ond Shoal, off the entrance to Arichat Harbor. When the 
beacon and ppire of the Roman Catholic Chapel in Arichat are in range, 
it leads over the West Part of the shoal in 10 feet of water. Vessels 
bound into Arichat, Cape Breton, should pass to the west of the shoal. 
or bring the beacon in range of the cupola on the Convent, which stands 
ISO yards east of the R. C. Church, which will lead in clear of the shoal. 
Only those well acquainted should pass to the eastward of the shoal, or 
bring the beacon to bear to the N. of ^. E. An Iron Can Buoy painted 
red has been placed about one cable's length S. W. of the Hautford 
Shoal in six fathoms of water. The buoy will be placed on or about 
the 1st of May in each year, and taken up about the 10th December. 

AriOHAT, Marache Point, south entrance to Madame Island, lat 45** 
29' N., Ion 61° 1' 50" W., fixed wlute catoptric light, visible 8 mUes, 34 
feet high, square white wooden building, height 25 feet. 

PbtiTdbgrat, on Mouse Island, south-east of Madame Island, lat 
44° 29' 54" N., Ion 60° ,57' 30" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 
miles, 38 feet high, white square tower, with dwelling attached, height 
31 feet. 

Green Island, summit of Island, lat 45° 28' 50" N., Ion 60° 53' 40" 
W., red and white catoptric light, revolving alternately every 45 seconds, 
visible 14 miles, 70 feet high, white square wooden building,' height 31 
f ^et. Light, centre of keeper's dwelling. Visible around horizon. 

Cape La Ronde, west side of entrance to St. Peter's Bay, lat 45° 34 
45" N., Ion 60° 53" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 14 miles, 92 
feet high, white square wo<^den building, with dwelling attached, height 
28 feet. For guiding vessels into St. Peter s Bay. 



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OuBTiQCK Island, on south point, lat 45° 36' 40" N., Ion 60*» 57' 15" 
W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 9 miles, 78 feet high, white square 
wooden building, with dwelling attached, height 28 feet. For guiding 
vessels through Lennox Passage. 

Three Pole Lights in Lennox Passage. One on Glasgow Point, one 
on Seal Island, or Dog Island, and one on Grand Dique. Red light 
shown from lantern hoisted on a mast 25 feet high, with shed painted 
white at its base. Visible 5 miles. 

Note. —The Pole Lights in St. Peter's Inlet are the same as above. 

.Teromr Point, east side of St. Peter's Bay, lat 45° 39' 5" N., Ion 
60" 52' W., a fixed red light, visible 8 miles. Square wooden tower, 
with dwelling attached, painted white. 

Saint Esprit Island, east end, lat 45° 36' 30" N., Ion 60° 29' 10" 
W., one revolving white catoptric light, flash at intervals of 30 seconds, 
building white, with two red bands, square, wood, with dwelling at* 
tached. Height of building 55 feet, of light 78 feet. Bad Neighbor 
Shoal, S. W. s W. li mile from this light is not more than 12 feet below 
water. 

A Bell Buoy off Fourche Head. 

GuiON Island, about 230 yards from west end of Island, lat 45° 46' 
10" N., Ion 60° 6' 20" W., red revolving light, catoptric, attains its 
greatest brilliancy every 30 seconds, visible 12 miles, 74 feet high, tower 
white, square, with dwelling attached, height 54 feet. 

Gabarus, on Harbour Point, southern shore of Gabarus Bny. Lat N., 
45® 50' 47", Lon W 60"* 8' 40", fixed red. dioptric, 47 ft. above water, 
visible 8 miles. Wooden hexagonal tower white, iron lantern red. 
Base to vane, 32 feet. 

LouisBURO, north side of entrance to harbor, 120 yards inshore of 
point, lat 45° 54' 30" N., lon 59° 57' 15" W., fixed white catoptric light, 
visible 16 miles, 85 feet high, building white, with a black vertical stripe 
on dwelling, height 35 feet. 

An Automatic Signal Buoy in 30 fathoms 1§ miles S. E. | E. from 
light-house. 

From this buoy a course N. W. by W. Mrill clear the Broad Shoal, - 
and lead to the fairway of Louisburg Harbor. Taken up about December. 

Mainadiku, on south side of west point of Scatterie Island, lat 46° 0' 
30" N., lon 59° 47' 30" W., fixed red catoptric light, 90 feet high, white 
square wooden building, height 40 feet. 

Scatterie, north-east point on Trap Rock, lat 46° 2' 15" N., lon 
59° W 15" W., white catoptric revolving light, visible a minute, eclipsed 
half a minute, visible 15 miles, 90 feet high, white octagonal builoing. 
height 70 feet. The lieht should never be brought to bear to eastward 
of N. N. E., or to southward of S. S. W., nor approached nearer than 
1^ mile. Life boat is stationed here. 

Fog Whistle near the light-house. Sounds two blasts of 5 seconds, 
with intervals of 10 seconds, in every minute. 

Cow Bat, on outer end of breakwater. Lantern on frame. Fixed 
red. 

Flint Island, on island, lat 46° 11' N., lon 49° 45' 55" W., white 
catoptric light, revolving every 15 seconds, visible 12 miles, 65 feet high,. 
white octagonal building, height 43 feet. Visible around horizon. 



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LiNQAK Head, north side of entrance to Bridgeport Harbor, lat 46° 
14' 10" N., Ion 60° 2' 40"W., fixed red catoptric liRht, visible 10 miles, 
60 feet high, white square wooden building, height 20 feet^^ For guidinir 
vessels into Bridgeport Harbor. 

Low Point, Flat Point, east side of Spanish Bay, lat 46° 16' 30" N 
Ion 60° 7/ 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 14 miles, 70 feet 
high, building octagonal, red and white vertical stripes, height 51 feet. 
Marine Telegraph and Signal Station. 

Sydney Bab, on west end of South Bar, lat 46° 12* 40" N., Ion 60° 12 
40" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 30 feet high, white 
square wooden building, height 20 feet. 

Cranberry Head, on northern side of Spanish Bay, entrance to 
Sydney Harbour, lat 46° 16' 0" N, Ion 60° 12' 20" W. A steam fog 
trumpet sounds a blast of ten seconds duration every minute. 

Point Aooni, on high cape, north side of entrance to Little Bras 
d'Or, lat 46° 19' 80" N., Ion 60° 17' 10" W., fixed red catoptric light, 
visible 11 miles, 91 feet high, square white wooden building, height 20 
feet. For guiding vessels into Little Bras d'Or. 

Black Rook Point, south side of entrance to Big Bras d'Or, lat 46° 
18' 30" N., Ion 60° 23' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, 4.5 feet high, 
white square building, height 23 feet. White cross on red ground. 

Three Pole Lights in St. Peter's Inlet. One on Marjorio's Isle, 
west of Sandy's Point, one on the S. E. point Beaver Island, and 
one on Gregory Island. Red light shown from lantern hoisted on a 
mast 25 feet high, with shed painted white at its base. Visible 5 mileR. 

Cape George, south side of Bras d'Or Lake, west side of entrance to 
St. Peter's Inlet, lat 45° 44' 28" N., Ion 60° 48' 20" W., fixed white 
catoptric light, visible 12 miles, 50 feet high, white square wooden 
building, height 20 feet. To guide vessels through St. Peter's Inlet. 
A hand fog-horn answers signals from vessels 

Clarke's Cove, N. side Bras d'Or Lake. Red pole light on main- 
land facing entrance to chtmnel. Tho light run for in a N. W. course 
leads clear of three outlying shoals, which are marked by spar buoys. 

MoKinnon's Harboub, a pole light, white on Campbell's Island, 
western side entrance to McKinnon's Harbor. 

Railway bridge with swing has been erected. Red light will show 
up and down Channel when swing is closed, green when open. 

GiLLia Point, a light house to be erected. 

Pipeb's Cove, on the western bend of Derby Point, near Piiier'a Cove. 
in the Grand Narrows, lat 46° 66' 80^ N., Ion 60° 48' W., light, fixed 
t«d, dioptric, visible 9 miles. White, square, wooden building. 

Little Nabbows, eastern entrance, lat 46° 0' 0" Ion 60° 58' 25" One 
fixed wliite light, visible 10 miles, white, square, wood, 35 feet high, 
Catoptric. 

•' Whycocomagh," on Fraseb'b Point, north side of St. Patrick's 
Channel, lat 45° 67' 46" N., Ion 61° 4' 30" W., fixed red light, shown 
from a dioptric lantern, hoisted on a mast 25 feet high, Vvith ashed 
painted white at its base, visible 5 miles. 

Kidston Island, on N. E. Point, at entrance to Baddeck Harbor, 
N. side of Bras d'Or Lake, lat 46° 6' 58"N., Ion 60° 44' 20" W., fixed 
red catoptric ight, visible 7 miles, 31 feet high, square, wooden build- 
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MoNkil Bkaoh, Big Bras d'Or, a pole light. Red. 

MoKbnzib'b Point, N. side of Bras d'Or Lake, about 2 miles S. W. 
of Port Bevis, lat 46° 7' 15" N.. Ion 60° 39' W., fixed white catoptric 
light, visible 11 miles, 95 feet nigh, square white wooden tower. For 
guiding vessels through Bras d'Or Lake. 

Carbt's Beach, N side of entrance to Big Bras d'Or. Pole light 
red. 

Bird Island, Ciboux Island, 1-3 miles from N. end, lat 46° 23' 1" N., 
Ion 60° 22' 30" W., red catoptric light, revolving every minute, visible 
16 miles, 77 feet high, white octt^onal building, height 33 feet. 

St. Ann's Harbor, on north point of Beech, lat 46° 17' 30" N., Ion 
60° 32' 15" W., fixed white catoptric li^ht, visible 8 miles, 25 feet high, 
white building, height 30 feet. The light exhibited to find entrance 
through on a dark night. ^ 

INOONISH Harbour, on beach southern side of entrance to harbour, 
lat 46° 38' 15" N, Ion 60° 23' 10" W. Light fixed red dioptric, visible 
9 miles, elevated 45 feet above high water. Building square tower, 
white, 38 feet from base to vane. 

INGONISH, on Island, lat 46° 41' 20" N., Ion 60° 20' W., fixed white 
light, visible 20 miles, 237 feet high, white square building, height 40 feet. 

Cape North, on Money Point, § mile S. E. from Money Point, lat 
47J 1' 25" N., Ion 60° 23' 15" W., red and white catoptric light, revolv- 
ing every 45 seconds, visible 15 miles, 74 feet high, square white wooden 
biulding, height 26 feet. Coast light makes a complete revolution every 
li minute. 

Cape St. Lawrence— Lat N 47' 2' 55 Long W 60° 35' 10", 2 fixed 
white dioptric lights vertical, 42 feet apart. Upper light in lantern 
137 feet above high water, visible 17 miles. Lower light on lower floor 
of tower, 95 feet above high water, visible 15 miles. Building square 
wooden tower, with dwelling attached, painted white. 56 feet from 
base to vane on lantern. 

Chetioamp, near south of Island, lat 46° 36' 30" Nlon61.,° 3' 10" W., 
white catoptric light, revolving every 45 seconds, visible 20 miles, 149 
feet hi«rh, white square wooden building, height 24 feet. 

Cheticamp, Eastern Harbor, Range light. Front light, red, 4 > feet 
above high water, 60 feet back from edge of land. Back light, .330 yards 
S by W, I W from front light, 90 feet above high water ; colour white. 
Both lights shown from white square toweis, and kept in range 
will lead through dredged channel. 

St. Paul's Island, on rock off N. E. point of island, lat 47° 13' 50" N. 
Ion 60° 8' 20" W., fixedwhite li^ht, dioptric, third order, visible 20 miles, 
140 feet high, white octagonal building, height 40 feet. Obscured between 
N. by E. I and E. N. E. 

St. Paul's Island, S. W. point of island, lat 47° 11' 20" N., Ion 
60° 9' 40" W., white dioptric light, third order, revolving every minute, 
visible 20' miles, 140 feet high, white octagonal building, 40 feet high. 
Obscured when bearing from S. S. E. to W. J N. A fog whistle on the 
S. E. side of the island, S. W. of Atlantic Cove, about half a mile from 
tb3 Humane Establishment, sounds once for five seconds in each 
minute during thick weather and storms. 

Margakeb Harbour, on outer end of breakwater pier, lat 46° 26' 35" 
N., lou 61° 6' 50" W., seaward light fixed red, white light eastern and 
westerff sides lantern, visible 7 miles, 29 feet high, square white building. 






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Maroarek, summit or middle of Sea Wolf Island, lat 4d° 21' 30" N 
Ion ^1° 15' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 21 miles, 298 feet 
high, sauare white building. To vessels in dangerous proximity to the 
island the luf^ht may become obscured by the abrupt cliffs on the sides 
of the bland. 

Mabou, two range lights, lat 46® 5' 40", Ion 61° 28' 10", each, small 
dioptric lantern, hoisted on mast, the outer, fixed, white, 25 feet high, 
visible 9 miles ; the inner, fixed, red, visible 7 miles ; lead into harbour, 
through dredged channel past breakwater. 

Port Hood, S. E. side of entrance to harbor, lat 46° N., Ion 61° 31' 
40" W., fixed catoptric light, red N., white S., visible 10 miles, 55 feet 
high. Square white building. 

Iron Can Buoys have been placed at the following Shoals :— Port 
Hood Harbor, C. B., Portsmouth Point, Spithead, Smith Spit, Dean ' 
Shoal, valso one at Judique Shoal. Judique Shoal and Dean Shoal 
Buoys are painted red, the other three are painted black. These Buoys 
will be placed on or about the Ist May in each year, and taken up about 
the lOth November. i 

North Ganso, north entrance, west side, 120 yards inshore, lat 45<^ 
41' 40" N., Ion 61° 2P' 10" W., fixed white catoptric Ught, visible 18 
miles, 110 feet high, white sauare wooden building, height 35 feet high. ! 
There is good anchorage under the light when the wmd is oft' shore. 
Lantern on dwelling. 

Harbor au Bouohb, two lights in separate towers, lat 45° 41' 0" N., 
Ion 61° 31' 15" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 9 miles, 36 feet 
high, white square wooden building, 32 feet high, 473 yards S. W. | S. 
from front light, one fixed red catoptric light, 107 feet high. Range 
lights to lead through dredged channel over the bar. 

PoMQUBT Island, north east end of island in St. George's Bay, lat 
45° 39' 40'' N., Ion 61° 44' 30" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 9 
miles, 50 feet high, square white building, height ^ feet. Obscured 
on easterly bearing^. 

Cape St. Georoe, north side of Cape, lat 45° 52' 80" N., Ion 61° 54 
40" W., white catoptric light, revolving every half minute, visible 25 
miles, 350 feet high, white square buildmg, height 39 feet. 

Merioohish, on King Head, entrance to harbor, lat 45° 39' 20' N., 
Ion 62° 28' 30" W., red, fixed, catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 105 feet 
high, white, square wooden building, 40 feet high. 

PiCTOU Island, south-east point, lat 45° 49' 10" N., Ion 62° 30' 30" W., 
fixed white catoptric light, visible 12 miles, 52 feet high, square white 
building. Life ooat stationed at eastern end of Island. j 

PiOTOU Harbor, south point of entrance, lat 45° 41' 30" N., Ion 62° 
39' 30" W., fixed catoptric lights vertical, 25 feet apart, upper white, 
lower red, visible 11 miles, lantern 65 feot high^ building octagonal, 
6triped red and white vertically, height 55 feet. Lighted when naviga- 
tion is open. A small red light is seen below lantern. By keeping 
light W. S. W. vessels clear the east reefs off Pictou Island. | 

In tower of new Custom House a fixed white light, in range with lights 
at the entrance to harbor, loads through the channel up to the bar. i 

PiOTOU Harbour Range— Two range lights, red, erected on northern 
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guide vessels through the channel clear of the bar ahoals. Lanterns 
on masts. 

Caribou Island, nort^^-east part of Island, lat 45° 46' N., Ion 62° 
42' 20" W., white catoptric light, revolving every minute, visible 10 
miles, 36 feet high, white square building, height 26 feet. 

Ambt Island, centre of island, Northumberland Straits, lat 45° 50' 
15" N., Ion 63° 10' 10" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 10 miles^ 
44 feet high, white square wooden building, height 26 feet. Visible 
around horizon. 

MULLIN Point, range lights, north side of entrance to Wallace Harbor 
Cumberland County, lat 45° 49' 45"N., Ion 63° 25' 15" W., fixed catoptric 
white, light visible 11 miles, 39 feet high, white square wooden building, 
height 25 feet. Inner red light shown from a grsen lighthouse built 
summer of 1894. standing 1473 feet N. W. § W. from the front r«nge 
light. Two lights in one, form a range to lead across bar, and in 
channel up to M ullin's Point. 

A red can buoy marks entrance to channel, and two fairway buoys. 

Puowash, in harbor, lat 46° 52' 30" N., Ion 63° 40' 20" W., fixed 
catoptric light, red seaward, white towards harbor, visible 8 miles, 48 
feet high, white square building, height 44 feet. Black buoys to be 
left on port hand, and red on starboard when entering the harbor. 

Cold Spring Head- Lat N 46° 58' 5" Long 93° 52' 0" white 
square tower, iron lantern red, height base to vane, 36 feet. Light fixed 
white, 60 feet, visible 13 miles, dioptric. 



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CHEBnoTO Hkad, west side of entrance to Halifax Harbor, lat 44° 
30' 20' N., Ion 63° 30' 50" W., white light, revolving every minute, 
visible 18 miles, 132 feet high, white square wooden building, height 
22 feet. 

A steam fog whistle sounds blasts of 10 seconds duration, with an 
interval of 50 seconds between. 

An Automatic Signal Buoy, painted red, placed in lat 44° 31' 40" N., 
Ion 63° .SO' 2" W., in 20 fathoms of water, N. E. i E., IJ miles from 
Chebucto Head, sounds a ten inch whistle. From the buoy Chebucto 
Head light-house bears S. W. 1 mile 9 cables ; Sandwich Point, bears 
N. i W., 3 miles 8 cables ; Devils Island west light-house, bears N. E. j 
I E., 3 miles 5i cables. Passing to the westward of the buoy at the , 
distance of half a cable and steering a N. ^ W. course mapcnetic, will 
lead up the harbor to the eastward of the Neverfail Shoal, and at a 
distance of two cables to the westwardof Meagher's Beach light-house. | 

A similar buoy, painted black, in lat 44° 28' 25" N., Ion 63° 22' 10" W., i 
in 36 fathoms, from this buoy Sambro Island light W. J, N. 8J^ miles. 
Devil's Island light N. J W. 7J miles, and the inner signal buoy N. W. 
i N. C miles. 

Sambro Automatic Whistlino Buoy, in 25 fathoms, near S. end 
of Sambro Outer Bank. Painted black, and white vertical stripes. : 
From the buoy Pennant Point bears N. W. by N. 4 N., 74 miles. ' 
Sambro Light, N. i W., 5i miles. Chebucto Light, N. by E., g E., ' 
8^ miles. I 

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line of Neverfail shnal. The othor buoys of Halifax Harbor are colored 
red on the starboard hand and black on the port hand, entering the 
harbor. 

Duncan's Cove Life boat station. 

Hbrbino Cove, Western Head, lat N. W* 33' 57", Ion W. 63«» 33' 0", 
fixed red, squnre white tower, 22 feet from base to Tane on lantern. 
' Fixed red 45 feet above high water. Visible 8 miles. 

Herring Cove, Life boat stationed. 

Sambro, middle of Island, lat 44° 26' 10" N., Ion 63® 33' 30' W., fixed 
white dioptric 2nd order light, visible 20 or 21 miles, 115 feet high, build- 
ing white, octagonal, 60 feet high. The steam fog whistle has been 
replaced since tne 10th June, 1891, by explosive bombs, fired every 20 
minutes. 

A Bell Buoy, painted black, placed S. E. of the Blind Sister. 

Iron Can Buov has been placed off the S.W. Breaker, Sambro, wooden 
spars on the Pollocks, and another on the Whippey Shoal, near Sambro. 

Shipley Head, Terrance Bay, lat 44° 27' 40", Ion 63° 42' 8", fixed 
red, on mast, 55 feet high, visible 7 miles. 

Beti v's Island, on Brig Point, near Prospect, lat 44° 26' 22" N., loi 
63° 45' 54" W., revolving red catoptric li^ht, greatest brilliancy every 
two minutes, 75 feet high, visible 14 miles, building white, with two 
horizontal red bands, square, wood, height 54 feet, dwelling attached. 
Coast light. 

DovFR, on southern end of Callaghan Island, lat N. 44° 29' 24", Ion 
W. 63° 51' 33", fixed white dioptric, 50 feet high, visible 12 rnilei.. 
White square tower with dwelling attached. A red c>«n buoy on 
western side of ShHg Bay breakers, to guide into Dover Harbor. 

Pkggy Point, east side of entrance to St. Margaret's Bay, lat 44° 29' 
30" N., Ion 63° 55' W., fixed red catoptric light, 65 feet high, building 
white, square, 26 feet high. Lantern on dwelling. 

Crouoher's Island, on south point of island, lat 44° 38' 24", Ion 
63° 57 20", fixed white light, visible 15 miles, square tower, 40 feet 
high, with dwelling attached, painted white. 

Margaret's Bat, on Green Island, Lunenburg County, lat 44° 23, 
N., Ion 64° 2' 45'* W., red and white catoptric light revolving alter- 
natel.v everjr one and a-half minutes, building white, square, wood, 28 
feet high, with dwelling attached. Coast light. 

Hubbard's Cove, on Green Point, W. side of entrance, lat N. 44° 
37' 14", Ion W. 64° 3' 8". Fined red dioptric, 60 feet high. Building 
white, square, wood, with dwelling attacned. 

Chester, E., Ironbound Island, a little to the eastward of centre of 
island, in Mahone Bay, lat 44° 26' 10" N., Ion 64°4'50' W., fixed 
white dioptric light, visible 16 miles, 150 feet h^h, white ^oblong tower 
on dwelling, 46 feet high, wood, lantern. Seen from all points of 
approach. The lantern alone is visible, building hidden by trees. 

Quaker IslanDj on highest part of island,Uat 44° 30' 55", Ion 64° 
13' 50", fixed red light, visible 11 miles. Square tower, 35 feet high, 
with dwelling attached, painted white. To guide into Chester Basin. 

Hobson's Nose, Mahone Bay, lat 44° 25' N., Ion 64° 13' 46" W., red 
fixed catoptric light, visible 11 miles, 68 feet high, building white, 
square, wood, 29 feet high. 



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Westhavrr's Island, Mahone Bay, lat 44° 26' 12", Ion 64" 20' 5 ', 
has been deatrnyed by iire. A temporary light in displayed from 
a lantern hoisted on a pole on the site of lighthouse. Fixed white. 

Cross Island, east point Lunenburg Bay, lat 44° 18' 46" N., Ion 
64° 10' W., 2 white catoptric lights vertical, 35 feet apart, upper inter- 
mittent revolving every minute, and visible 14 miles, 100 feot high, 
lower fixed, visible 6 miles, and 65 feet high, building red, octagonal 
base, height 53 feet. Pilots resort here, and vessels may take refiige in 
case of necessity. Upper bright 45 seconds, dark 15 seconds. A fog 
trumpet has been erected here, sounding blasts of 20 seconds duration 
every IJ minutes. 

Battery Point, Lunenburg, lat 44° 21*45" N., Ion 64° 17' 30" W., 
fixed red cvtoptric light, visible 8 miles, 50 feet high, white, square 
tower on dwelling, height 24 feet. This harbor is easy of access, buovs ua'q 
placed in the bay and entrance to harbor on Ovens Reef, Sculpin Rock, 
Haddock Shoal, Battery Point Shoal, and Head Shoal, In approach- 
ing the harbor from seaward, the buoy on Sculpin Rock, painted rod 
and black, in horizontal stripes, may be left on either hand, giving it a 
berth of two cables' length. The other buoys are painted black and 
must be left on the port hand going in. , 

Lunenburg Fairway Automatic Whistling Buoy, off western 
entrance to Lunenburg Bay. Red and black horizontal stripes 
From the buoy Battery Point liight bears N. W. l:»y N. J N 6i miles ; Cross 
Island Light N. E. f E., 2 miles ; West Ironbound Light, S. W. by 
W. f W. 4 miles ; and Rose Point N. W. ^ W., l^f miles. 

West Ironbound Island, near Cape LalTave, mouth of LalTave 
River, lat 44° 13' 45" N., Ion 64° 16' 20r W., white catoptric light, re- 
volving every 30 seconds, visible 13 miles, 72 feet high, building white, 
square, height 29 feet. Near edge of cliff 40 feet high. 

LaHave Bell Buoy, painted red, off LalTave River, in 22 fathoms 
water. 3 miles S. by E. from Moser's Island Light, and 2^ miles 
S. S. W. from Ironbound Light. 

LaHave, on Fort Point, lat 44° 17' 20" N., Ion 64° 21' W., fixed red 
catoptric light, visible 8 miles, 48 feet high, building white, square, 
wood, height 35 feet. 

Mosher's Island, on island, west side of entrance to LaHave Riven 
lat 44° 14' 15" N., Ion 64° 18' 50" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 
8 miles, 56 feet high, building white, square, height 26 feet. Hand 
fog-trumpet answers signals. 

Medway Head, Port Medway, west side of entrance, lat 44^ 6' 10" N., 
Ion 64° 32' 16" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 44 feet 
high, building white, square, with black square seaward, height 23 feet. 
Like a dwelling house. Spar Buoys are placed in the channel to Port 
Medway Harbor, on the breaking ledges. Nautilus Rock, comer ground 
and edge of, flats off Bang's Point. In passing in from seaward the red 
buoys must be left on the starboard, and the black buoys on the port 
hand. 

A Bell Buoy, J mild S. W. of the S. W. Breaker, to be left on 
starboard hand entering. A N. | E. course leads up to Can Buoy off 
eastern point of flats inside McNeil's Point, distant 2| miles. 

Coffin Island, south point Liverpool Bay, lat 44° 2' N., Ion 64° 37' 
30" W,, white catoptric light, revolving every two minutes, light 30 
seconds, dark 90 seconds, visible 16 miles, 65 feet high, building octag- 
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An Autoraatio Buoy, in 20 fathoms, striped vertically black anH 
white, S. i W., 1 11-16 miles from Coffin's Island lighthouse. 

Brooklyn Pirr, Pole liffht, green on outer end of wrecked pier, 30 
feet above high water, visible 4 miles, 220 feet from shore and 500 feet 
from submerged extremity of pier. 

An iron can buoy, red, has been moored outside f 'f submerged end of 
pier. 

Fort Point, Liverpool Bay, south entrance, lat 44° 2' 30" N. Ion 
04° 42' 20" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 7 miles, 30 foet high' 
building white, square, height 17 feet. Left on port side when entering 
the harbor. 



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r MouTON, north-east point of Spectacle Island, Queen's County 
55' N., Ion 64° 48' W., fixed reef catoptric light, visible 11 miles 

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47 feet high, square wooden building, height 20 feet. For guiding ves- 
sels into harbor. 

Port Mouton Island, Life boat stationed at eastern end. 

Littlb Hops, nearly on centre of island, lat 43° 48' 30" N., Ion 64° 
47' 15" W., white catoptric light, showing three flashes with intervals 
of 10 seconds between thbir points of greatest brilliancy, followed by 
an interval of liO seconds, complete revolution in 50 seconds, visible 12 
miles, 40 feet high, square white building, height 20 feot. Centre of 
keeper's dwelling, visible around horizon. A mechanical hand fog 
trumpet will be sounded in answer tu a steamer's whistle or vessel's fog 
trumpet in thick weather. 

Shingle Point, east side of Port L'Hebort Harbor, lat 43° 48' 40" N 
Ion 64° 55' 30" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 33 feot 
high, white square wooden building, height 29 feet. 

Carter's Island, Ragged Island Harbor, lat 43° 42' 15" N., Ion G5° 
6' 30" W., fixed red light, visible 11 miles, 66 feet high, white square 
wooden building, height 29 feet. 

Ragged Island, Gull Rock, lat 43° 39' 15" N., Ion 65° 5' .WW., 
fixed white catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 56 feet high, white square 
wooden building, height 31 feet. Hand fog- trumpet answers signals. 

An Automatic Whin t ling Buoy, as a Fairway Buoy, is moored off the 
approach to Ragged Island harbor, lat. N. 43*> 37' 28", Ion. W 65o 1' 
44". From the buoy a N. N. W. course will lead about midway 
between the 4^ fathom patch and the Blow Breaker up to the southern 
end of Cranl)err> Island. The buoy is painted red with letter L in 
white. 

Bull Rock, an Iron Can Buoy with cage, jpainted black, has been 
placed in 10 fathoms water S. S. W. ^ W., about 150 yards from the 
Bull Rock, off Wester Head, Shelbume County. 

Farm Ledge, Iron can buoy, red, 200 yards S of Ledge. 

Eastern Bull, red spar buoy. 

Black Point Bkbakwater, red spar buoy. 

Sand Spit, at east side of entrance to Shelbume Harbor, lat 43° 41' 
25" N., Ion 65° 19' 28" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 11 miles, 47 
feet high, white square wooden buUding, height 44 feet. Built on a pier. 

Shelburnb Harbor.— a red Iron Can Buoy has been placed in 4i 
fathoms, on west side of Middle Rock Shoal ; a red Can Buoy off ex- 



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trenie of Sand Spit, in four fathoms, and a black Spar Buoy on east 
end of Adamant Shoal. 

CapkRohkway, near scuth-eaat point of MacNutt's Island.Shelburno 
harbor, lat 43° 37' 15" N., Ion &« 15' 46"W., two white catoptric 
iiffhta, vertical, 55 feet apart, upper lig^ht visible 18 miles, and 120 feet 
high, lower 65 feet and visible 10 nules, octagonal building, vertical 
black and white stripes, height 77 feet. 

Capk R08RWAY, fo^ trumpet near the light house sounds a blast of 
10 seconds duration with an interval of 110 seconds between the blasts. 

A black Can Buoy S. S. E. from the Jig Rocks, in 9 fathoms water. 

NEaBO Island, on north side, lat 43° 30' 54" N., Ion 05° 28' 58 ' W., 
red and white catoptric light, revolving every minute, visible 12 miles, 

48 feet high, white square wooden tower with keeper's dwelling 
attached, height 29 feet. For guiding vessels in and out of Clyde 
River or Negro Harbor. 

Blanohb, Life boat station. 

Pout La Tour, eastern end Page's Island. Lat N 4.3° 29' 27" Long 
W (i5° 27' 04" Fixed white light, 46 feet hiG'h, visible 9 miles. Tower 
ttquare, wood, with kitchen, all white, iron lantern, red. Tower, base 
to vane 34 feet. 

Bacoaro, on east side of entrance to Barrington Harbor, lat 43° 26' 
54" N., Ion 66° 28' 12" W., fixed red catoptric li«rht, visible 10 miles, 

49 feet high, white square building, with black ball seaward, height 35 
feet. An automatic Whistling Buoy is placed off the " Bantam. 

Barrington E. Bay Lightship, lat 43° 31' 5" N., Ion 65° 34' 25" W., 
two lights vorticHl, 20 feet apart, upper white, visible 12 miles, lower red, 
visible 6 miles, hull and spars painted red, with word " Barrington " 
in white letters on both sides. Height 30 feet above deck. Moored in 
fathoms at low water. Wesses' Ledge bearing S. W. by W. 4 W., 
(litttant 3 mile, Baccaro Light bearing 8. S. E. ^ E., distant 6 and 3-16 
miles, and Bantam Rocks, bearing S. by E.^ E., distant 6^ miles. 
To guide vessels into Barrington East Bay, and through BaiTington 
Passage. A hand fog trumpet sounded in answer to signals. 

In passing through Barrington Pass to the westward, the dangers to 
be lett on starboara hand are marked by red buoys, those to bo left on 
port hand bv black buoys. 

Capb Sablk, on Cape, lat 43° 23' 19" N., Ion. 65° 37' 11" W., white 
catoptric revolving light, bright 15 seconds, dark 25 seconds, visible 12 
miles, 53 feet high, v^hite octagonal building, 50 feet high. A steam 
fog whistle on Cape, elevated about 40 feet above high water, sounds in 
thick weather, fo«^s and snow stoi-ms, a blast of ten seconds' duration 
each minute, with an interval of 50 seconds between each blast. 

Brazil Rock. — A Bell Buoy has been placed here to mark this dan- 
ger instead of the Can Buoy, painted red and black horizontal striiies, 
moored in about 22 fathoms to southward of Rock. 

West Head, Cape Sable Island, lat. N. 43* 27' 17", Ion. "W. 65° 39' 
10". Fixed white, dioptric, visible 10 miles. White square tower 36 
feet high. Light 42 feet' above high water. Hand fog-trumpet answers 

siguala. 

Stoddart Island, on N. W. point of island, lat 43° 28' 30" N.. Ion 
65° 43' 10" W., fixed red catoptric l^ht, visible 9 miles, 22 feet high, 
white small square tower. To guide vessels into the anchorage of 
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Bon Poktaob Island, on south txtint, lat 43" 27' 16" N.. Ion 65" 44' 
30" VV., rod cntoptrio light, revolving every minute, viiible 12 inlloH 
40 feet high, white sfjuare wooden buudinff, height 28 feet. For guid- 
ing vesHelH into Ramngton West Bay and Shag Harbor. Hanif fuir. 
trumpet HUHweiH itignala. 

PuBNioo Harbor, Beach Point, eaat aide of entrance. 120 yardH froui 
low water mark, lat 43° 36' 4.^ ' N., Ion 65» 46' 64" W., fixed white 
catoptric liprht, vutible 8 miles, 28 feet high, square white building 
with dwelling itttached, wooden building, surmounted by iron iKntern 
40 feet high. Light 41 feet above water, visible 11 miles. Oiwn wont- 
ward of Bt. John H Island, bearing N. E. by N., clears the lodge ; in 
making harbor from any other direction, the light must be brought 
to the northward of £. N. E. before it can be steered for to avoid 
shoal spot off St. Ann's Point. Si)ar buoys mark the channel. Block 
left on iM>rt hand, red on starboard in approaching the harbor, A boll 
buoy has boon placed near John's Ledge. 

Abbott Harbor — Ijantern (m mast, with white shod at base, on H. 
extremitv of Abbott luland, uhows a white light. In oporution froin 
lf)t April t6 Ist October euch year. 

Pkahk'.s Iblanu, on the south i^oint of Pease's Island, one of the 
Tuaket Islands, Yannouth County, Nova Scotia, lat 43° 37' 3f/' N., 
Ion {Hi° V 40" VV. The main or sea light will be revolving cutojitrio, 
showing alternately rod and white, each color visible for 1ft hucoikU , 
witli intervals of 45 seconds between the flashes. It is olevato<l ftti fuut 
above high water mark, and in clear weather should be soen 12 iiiilttH 
from all (toints of approach from the southward, and also through tliu 
Schitonor and Ellonwood Vtutsagos. A fixed red catoptric li^ht will uIho 
bo shown from a window in the tower, lU foot below the main light. It 
is intondod to mark the channel between the two dangers known us the 
Old Man and Old VVoinan Kocks, and is, therefore, visible betwoon tlie 
Ixiarings W. by N. 4 >(., and N. W. by W., and in no other diroctioim. 
It should Im) visible 4 miles. The tower is a wiHxlen building, paiiitud 
white, and consists of a squt.re tower 42 feet high from base to vane on 
lantern, with a keeijur's dwelling attached. 

Gandlkbox Island, on Candlebox Isliud, lat N. 43° 39' 34", Ion 
W. m° 2' 4.'>", fixed red, dioptric, elevated 66 feet, viHible 8 iiiileii, 
white, square tower, with dwelling attached. 

Aroylk, on Boulii point of Whitehead Island, Yarmouth County, lat 
43° 39' 30" N., Ion Of. f»2 4" W., fixed red catoptric ligrht, visible 12 
miles, 115 feet high, building white, square, wood, with dweningattoched, 
height 28 feet. For guidmg vessels into Argylp Harbor. Sliows a 
white light towards harbour. 

TusKET River, Big Fish Island, south-west point, lat 43° 42' 10" N., 
Ion 0.5° 57* 15" W., two fixed white catoptric lights, horizontal, 8 yards 
apart, visible 12 miles, 50 feet high, white square wooden building, 
height 23 feet. Visible seaward ; in windows each end of a dwelling 
house. 

Sbal Island, south point, i mile inland, lat 43° 23' 34" N., Ion OG'' 
0' 52" W., fixed white light, dioptric, 2nd order, visible 18 miles, % 
feet high, white octagonal building, height 60 feet. The Blonde Kock 
lies S. by W. 3^ miles from light house. Between this Rook and the 
Island there are some dangers, the ground is rocky throughout, and 
large vessels ought not to attempt passing between them. A fog wliistle 
near light house, during fogs and snow storms, sounds in each minuto a 
blast of 5 secouds duration, and after an interval of 6 seconds given 
another blast of 5 seconds, with an interval of 46 seconds. Life-boat 
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water about ^ mile S ^ E from the Rook. 

WHI8TI.IN0 BuoYH OFF YARMOUTH.— Ist, CHpe Forchu automttio, 
red, in 2*2 fathomH, 6 uiilei N. W. by W. from Capo Forclm light. 
2nd, Yarmouth Fairway autoniutio, blaok and white vertical Rtrii)efl, 
in 34 fathom*, 10 miloa S. W. by W. i W. from CajMS Forchu light. 

Yarmouth or Caps Forchu, east cape, gouth point, lat 43 47' 28" 
N., Ion 60° 9' 20" W., white catoptric light, revolving, showing three 
bright ilttaheB with intervals of 20 neconda between their {mints of 

ffreiitest brilliancy, folbiwed by an interval of 40 Heconds. 18 miloa, 117 
eet high, octagonal tower, vertical Btripes, red and white, height 69 
foot. Fogwhiatleon woat uido. Bounds in fogs and snow storms, 10 
seconds in every minute. 

Yarmouth Bell Buoy, moored in 10 fathoms water, off Yarmouth 
Sound. From the buoy the Roaring Bull bears E N E, distant 1^ 
miles, and Cupe Forchu light bea-'s N E by N, distant 3g miles. 

An Automatic Buoy, painted red with letter L, has been placed in 
18 fathoms of water, about A mile W. by N. from the Lurcher shoal, 
which lies 15 miles W. N. W. from this light. 

Bakkr's Covb, Life boat stationed. 

Bunkkr's Island, on end of reef, off S. W. point of Island, east side 
of entrance to Yarmouth Harbor, lat 43° 48' 30" N., Ion 60° 8' 45" W., 
fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 27 feet high, the lantern on a 
dwelling house, built on a steel and concrete pier. A. red beacon light 
for the purpose of guiding vessels into the harbor. Visible from the 
southward between the bearings of N. E. by N. and N. i E. It can 
also be seen over Stanwood's Beech, when bearing from S. J E. to S. E. 
JE., but cannot be run for on these bearings, the only entrance to the 
harbor being through Yarmouth Sound and round East Cape. Fog 
Bell sounds at intervals of 15 seconds. 

Grkbn Oovk, or Maitland, Lat N 43° 59' 5" Long W 06° 9' 30", a 
red pole light, on outer end of westerly breakwater. 

Trinity Lkdgk, an Iron Bell Buoy, painted red, has been moored to 
he westward of Trinity Ledge, off Cape St. Mary. 

N. W. Ledob.— A bell buoy is moored N. N. W. i W., 400 yards 
from the rock. 

Capk St. Mary, east side of Bay. lat 44° 5' 20" N., Ion G6° 12' 40" W., 
red and white catoptric light, revolving alternately every 30 seconds, 
visible 17 miles, 103 feet high, octagonal white building, height 43 feet. 

Mkteghan Rivbr, at entrance end of Breakwater, lat 44° 13' 10" N. 
Ion G(>° 8' 42" W., fixed green catoptric light, visible G miles, 23 feet 
high, building vertical, red striijes on soaward side, 21 feet high, lantern 
painted black. Beacon for guiding vessels into river. Must be left on 
starboard hand and passed close aboard. Tide leaves breakwater one 
hour before low water. 

Church Point, east side of St. Mary's Bay, Digby County, lat 44° 
19' 5.5" N., Ion 66° 7' 35" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible ten miles, 
36 feet high, square white wooden building, height 20 feet. For guiding 
against dangers in vicinity of Church Point. 

Bklliveau Cove, lat N 44° 24' 20', long W 66° 3' 10". Fixed green 
light, shown from a square tower painted white, 22 feet high, in outer 
end of eastern pier. Light is elevated 24 feet above high water mark, 
visible 4 miles. 



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SissiBOO, south side of entrance to river, Iftt 44® 20' JW N,, Ion 00° 1' 
15" W., fixed white dioptric light, visible 8 ml\m, HO faot high, white 
wooden building, pyramidal, height 33 feet, 

Westport, Peter's Island, entrance to Grand Pft»i*ft^g, Ittt 44° 16' 30" 
N., Ion 66° 20' 20" W., 2 fixed white catoptric UghfcH, horizontal, 24 feot 
apart visible 10 miles, each 40 feet high, squHr*} wUm bttlldintf, height 
15 feet. Visible from the northward between the iMirtrin«« of S. by W. 
and S. S. W., and from the southward betwaou fcha bunritt^M, of N. E.' 
by E., and N. N. W. J W, Hand fog-trumi»ofc HiiMweri* Higfiiald, 

A red and black Can on Passage Shoal, and ft lilftok Can 13tioy off 
Cow Ledge, and a red can buoy otF DarUnouth Poitlti 

A red beacon on Cow Ledge. 

Brieb Island, north-west Point, lat 4 " 14' 57" N., Ion 00* 23' 30" 
W., fixed white catoptric light, visible X3 miles, (I'J tmt high, white 
octagonal building, height 55 feet. A steaui fog whlntlo on N. W. of 
Brier Island, south side of light house, soundH diu'lu)< thlok and foggy 
weather and snow stonns as follows : — Blast of fotil' Moaonds, interval 
four seconds, blast of four seconds, interval of foui' Heoondx. bla'^t of four 
seconds, interval of forty seconds — making sixty mmmdn, 

Boar's Head, 17 yards from edge of cUlt, lafc 44® 34' 10" N., Ion 06° 
13' W., red and white catoptric li^ht, revolving altai'iiatoly every minute, 
visible 14 miles, 70 feet high, white square building, Utl north entrance 
to Petit Pa.ssage. 

Point Prim, south point of entrance to Annapolis Tltwln, lat 43° 41' 
34" N., Ion 65° 47' 20" W., fixed white catopfcrla llxht, visible 13 miles, 
76 feet high, square tower, vertical red and white stripes, iiolf^ht 22 feet. 
Fog whistle on Prim Point sounds in snow storms and in thick or 
foggy weather 8 seconds in each minute, maklnfj ftn interval of 62 
seconds between each blast. . 

DiGBY PiKB, Red Pole Light on outer end of pier, 

Shafner'3 Point, on N. side of Annapolis Itlver, \nt 44** 42' 40", 
Ion \V. 05° 37* 8". Fixed white dioptric, 55 feet hl^h, visible 8 miles. 
Building white, square, wood. Indicates (loftt fsliind Hhoftls, 

Annapolis, on " Engineer's Lot " in Annapolis town, lat N 44° 44' 
51", long 65° 31' 06". Fixed rod light, dfioptrle, vIhIUh 8 miles. 
Square tower, painted white. After passing tlio bliiek simr buoy off 
Marsh Point, this light affords a direct crnuso |*J by N | N clear of 
shoal ground. It must not bo shut in to the southward. 

Marshall Cove or Port Williams, south shore, hi 44"^ fifl/ 52" N.. 
Ion OS'' 16' W., 2 fixed white catoptric lights, verfcleal, 22 font apart, 
upper 92 feet high, visible 10 miles, white Hqnare biilkllfig, height 22 
feet. Lantern on top of dwelling ; lower light In bow window, visible 
from seaward irom E. by S. through 8. to W, H, W, !^ W. 



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Port George, on outer end of Eastern Pier, hit, N, 
W. 65 = 9' 25". Fixed green catoptric, 25 feet l»lgh, 
square white tower, 21 feet high. 

Maroaretville, on extremity of point, south shore, lat 45° 2' 57" N., 
Ion 05° 4' W., two fixed red catoptric lights, 30 and 27 feet high, visible 
8 miles, square building, hori:',ontal white and bliwik sfcrlp(3Hj height 22 
feet. Visible from seaWiird from S. E. by K, i K., tliroiigli N. to \V. 
by I S. 

Isle Haute, on highest point, lat 45° 14' 58" N,, Ion 05« 0' 45" W., 
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every minute, visible 20 miles, white square wooden buildine, dwelline 
attached, almost hidden by troes ; height 53 feet. 

Black Rock, south shore, lat 45° W 10" N., Ion 64° 46' W fixed 
white catoptric light, visible 12 miles, 45 feet high, square ''white 
buildmg, height d5 feet. Light on top of dwelling, visible from all 
points of approach. A fog whistle on the extreme point of Capo d'Or 
on the opposite side of the channel from Black Rock, sounds dxiring 
thick weather, fogs and snow storms, twice in each minute, each blast 
being of six seconds duration, with intervals of 24 seconds between 
The whistle will probably be heard in calm weather, or with the wind* 
at a distance of 20 miles, and in stormy weather, or against the wind' 
from 5 to 8 miles, according to the state of the atmosphere. ' 

Advocate Harbor, southern side of entrance, lat 45° 19' 25" N 
Ion 64° 47' 30" W., fixed red dioptr^- light, 36 feet high, visible 7 miles* 
square white tower with dwelling attached, 27 feet high. Coast light' 
and to indicate entrance to harbor, over the bar. * 

KiNQSFORT, on Oak Point Pier, lat 45° 9' 30" N., Ion 64° 21' 45" W. 
fixed white catoptric light, height, 30 feet. White tower, visible 8 
miles from S. W. i W. round by E. to N. W. by W. | W. 

HORTON, on bluff, west side of Avon River, lat 45° 6' 15" N., Ion 64° 
13' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 20 miles. Square tower 
with dwelling attached. 

Walton Harbor, Basin of Minas, Hants County, lat 45° 14' N., Ion 
64° 0' 45" W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 60 feet high, 
square white wooden building, height 20 feet. For guiding vessels into 
Walton harbor. 

BuRNTCOAT, Basin of Minas, north-west extremity of head, south 
shore lat 45° 18' 40" N., Ion 63° 48' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, 
visible 13 miles, 75 feet high, square white building, height 35 feet. 
On dwelling. Visible from all points of approach. 

Salter's Hrad, lat. N. 45° 20' ]0'\ Ion. W. 63° 32* 10". Pole 
light fixed, red, shown from lantern hoisted on mast 20 feet high, with 
small shed at its base. Light 60 feet above high water, visible 5 miles. 

Mahstow.^ or DbBkrt, on eastern head entrance to Moss Creek. 
Red lantern. 

Little Dykb, on western head entrance r.lly River. Red lantern. 

PORTAUPIQUK, western head entrance to Portaupique River. Red 
lantern. 

Economy, on point of bar running out from N.. side of entrance to 
Economy River. Red lantern. 

The above four lights are only kept in operation during the fishing 
8eas(m. 

Cape d'Or. A steam whistle has been erected at Cape d'Or, Cumber- 
land County. Sounds 6 seconds in every 30 seconds. 

Cape Sharp, on southern extremity of Cape, lat N. 45° 21' 55", Ion 
W. 64° 23' 40". Fixed red dioptric light, 60 feet high, visible 10 miles. 
Square white tower, with dwelling attached. 

Parrsboro', or Partridge Island, west side of river, lat 45° 23' N., Ion 
64° 19' W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 9 miles, 37 feet high» 
white square building, height 32 feet. Lantern on dwelling. 

Spencer Point, on north shore, Cobequid Bay, lat 45° 23' 30" N., Ion 
63° 37' W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 6 miles, 35 feet high, 
window in building 20 feet high. 



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Apple River, on Cape Capston or Hetty Point, north entrance, lat 
45° 28' 20" N., Ion 64" 51' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 
12 niiles, 04 feet high, building white, oblong, with tower, height 45 
feet. Rebuilt about 33 yards S S E. from old one. A fog trumpet 
sounds blasts of 14 seconds, with intervals of 46 seconds. 



NEW BBUNSWICK-BAY OF FQNDY. 

HiLLSBORO' Wharf, Petitcodiac River, lat 45° .55' 15" N., Ion 64° 37' 45" 
W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 5 miles, 14 feet high, structure 
open frame, height 22 feet. To guide vessels going up the river and to 
the coal and plaster wharves. 

FoBT FOLLV Point, on extreme point, lat 45° .52' 5" N., Ion 64° 3,3' 
32" W. Fixed white catoptric light, visible 14 miles, 77 feet high. 
White, with iron lantern red, square wood, with dwelling attached. 
A junction of PetitcoJiac and Memramcook Rivers. 

Grindstone, west point of island, lat 45° 43' 13" N, Ion 64° 37' 25" 
W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 12 miles, 60 feet high, octagonal 
white tower. Visible from N. E. by E., round by N. to E. by S., oi 
31.5°. In thick weather a trumpet sounds 4 blasts in every minute. 

Ward's Point, Rockpobt.— Lat 4.5° 43' 45" N.. Ion 64° 29' 40" W. 
Fixed white dioptrid light, visible 10 miles, 72 feet high. Building 
white square wood. Visible from E. N. E. through N. to S. W. ^ VV. 

Cape Enrage, pitch of Cape, lat 45° 35' 40" N., Ion 64° 47' 0" W., 
one fixed white light, visible 15 miles, 120 feet high. Visible between 
bearings N. W. round S. to N. E. A steam fog horn, 130 feet S. W. 
from the light house, at an elevation of 100 feet, sounds blast of 8 
seconds with intervals of 20 secorf*", 

Anderson's Hollow, on eastt- ' Government breakwater, lat 

45° 37' 30" N., long 64° 49' 45" ''V .ed red dioptric light 25 feet 

high, square white wood, with red . ^ 20t.et. Visible 6 miles over 
an arc of 56^° between bearings of M. E. A E., and N. by VV. ^ W. 
Vessels may ran for harbor one hour before high water, giving the light 
50 feet of a berth on port hand. 

QuACO Pier, on outer end of E. breakwater pier, lat 45° 21' 20" N., 
long 65° 31' 55" W. Fixed red dioptric light, 20 feet high, white 
square wood structure, visible 6 miles, between W. by N. ^ W. and 
N. W., and between N. ^ E. and N. E. by E. The deepest water on 
entering the harbor is close to the light. Obscured-from N. ^ W. to 
N. iE. 

QuACO West Head, on pitch of Cape St. Martin's, lat 45° 19' 30" N., 
long 65® 32' 10" VV. ^ Revolving white catoptric light, 20 seconds 
interval, visible 16 miles, 110 feet high, building white square wood 
with dwelling attached. General coast light to guide to St. Martin's 
Harbor. Steam fog horn. 70 feet from lighthouse, gives blasts of 9 
seconds with intervals of 30 seconds. 

QuACO Bell Buoy, black iron buoy, surmounted by bell, off reef at 
west head, in 14 fathoms, ^ mile S. S. E. from light. 

QuACO Ledge Bell Buot, red iron buoy, surmounted by bell, in 10 
fathoms, N. W. of ledge. Lat 45' 14' 35" N., long 65" 22' 40" W. 

Cape Spencer, pitch of Cape, lat 45' 12' 30" N., Ion 65° 54' W., red 
and white catoptric light, alternating every 45 seconds, visible 20 mile.s, 
207 feet high, white square building, with tower, height 35 feet. Visible 



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between the bearings from E. S. E. round by S. to W. N. W., Partridge 
Island light bearing by compass N. W. by W. i W. northerly, distant 
6^ miles. 

Bl\ck Point Whistling Buoy, black iron buoy, surmounted by 
a 10 inch whistle, in 16 fathoms, outside entrance of St John harbor. 
Lafc 45» 11' 30" N., long 66" 1' 0" W. From the buoy Partridge 
Island light bears N. by -VV. 3g miles ; Mispeck Point N. E. by E J E., 
li miles: west end of Meogeiies Island N. W. by W. i W., 4i miles : 
and bell boat N.iW. 

Partridge Island, St. John harbor, lat 45° 14' 20" N. Ion 66" 3' 20" 
W., fixed white dioptric light, visible 17 miles, 119 feet high, building 
red and white in vertical stripes, height 40 feet. In foggy weather a 
steam whistle sounds for 10 seconds every minute. A bell boat near B. 
side of Partridge island Reef. 

Negro P«)Int, on end of Government breakwater W. entrance to 
port of St John, lat 45" 14' 25" N., long 66'' 4' 0" W. Fixed red 
dioptric light, 40 feet high, visible 8 miles, white with red lantern, open 
framed hexagonal tower on circular stone foundation, 35 feet high. 

St. John Harbor, on pier on W. side of channel, lat 45** 15' 10" N., 
Ion 66'' 3' 40" W. Fixed white dioptric light, 35 feet high, visible 10 
miles, building 15 feet, vertical black and wnite stripes. 

Reii>'s Point, on Prince William Street foot of St. James Street, 
St. John city. Lat 45° 15' 45" N., long 66" 3' 40' W. Fixed red and 
and white gas light on a three branched lamp post, 42 feet high above 
high water, shows red to seaward, over an arc of eT^" from N. E. to 
N. N. W., white on other bearings. 

30" W., fixed green 
10 miles. White, 



Musquash Light, lat 4.5° 8' 35" N., long 66° 14' 
towards seaward, white towards harbor, visible 
square, wood, dwelling attached, catoptric. 

Split Rock Whistling Buoy, in 30 fathoms, off Split Rock. Lat 
45" 7' 10" N., long 66" 14' 50" W. Iron buoy, surmounted by a 10 
inch whistle. Location S. W. by S. f S. from Musquash light, S. J W. 
from western head of Musquash, and W. S. W. from Partridge Island. 

Dipper Harbor, on S. point of Campbell's Island. Lat 45" 5' 30" 
N , long. 66° 25' 0" W. Fixed red light, 30 feet high, visible 6 miles. 
Building white square wood with red roof. Visible seaward and in the 
harbor when bearing from S by W to S. E. 

Lkpreau, on point, lat 45° 3' 40", long 66^ 27! 39" W. Fixed white 
catoptric light, 80 feet high, visible 14 miles from all points seaward. 
Octagonal wooden building, 48 feet, striped horizontally red and white, 
lantern roof red. Steam fog horn gives blasts of 5 seconds duration, 
with intervals of 2f. seconds. Should the horn get out of order a whistle 
will sound two blasts of 5 seconds duration, with an interval of 5 
seconds duration between, in every minute. 

Lepreau Whistling Buoy, in 23 fath(mis, 1 mile S. S. W. from light. 

Drew's Head, on W. side of Beaver Harbor, Charlotte County, lat 
45° 3' 45" N., Ion 66° 44' W., fixed white catojitric light, visible 10 
miles, 45 fceft high, white, square, wooden building, height 36 feet. 
Seen at all points between eastern and western heads of harbor. 

Pea Point, lat 4.5° 2' 20" N., Ion 66° 48' 40" W., oast side of entrance 
to IjeEtang Harbor, fixed green light, visible 10 miles. White, square, 
wood building, dwelling attached. Visible from seaward from W. 



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through N. to S. An iron spindle painted black on the Grey Mare 
Ledge, marks the W side of entrance. 

Bliss Island, W. end of Island, S. side of westeni entrance to Bliss 
Harbor, lat 45° 1' 15" N., Ion 66° 51' W., fixed red catoptric light, 
visible 12 miles, 45 feet high, white, square, wooden building, height 30 
feet. 

Latitb Passage, on Mascatin Point, lat 45° 2< aO*' N., Ion 66° 53 , 
80** W. A fog trumpet has been erected on Mascatin Point, south 
entrance to Latite Passage, sounds blasts of 7 seconds, with an interval 
of 30 seconds between each. 

MiDJio Bluff, Passamaquoddy Bay, Charlotte County, lat 45° 6' 53" 
N., Ion 66° 54' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 15 miles, 130 
feet high, building white, square, wood, height 29 feet, lantern brown. 
A bar extends E. N. E. from light house, and vessels require to keep 
off a distance of 260 yards to clear it at low water. 

PoBT St. Andrew's, on sand reef at E. entrance, lat 45° 3' 45" N., 
Ion 67° 0' 50" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 40 feet 
high, structure white, square, wood, on a framed pier, height 10 feet. 
To ^ide to all ports in inner bay, and to vessels going up the River 
St. Croix from Letete Passage or West Quoddy. N. point of entrance, 
lat. 45° 4' 10" N., long 67° 2' 50" W. Fixed white catoptric light. 42 
feet high, vinible 10 milfs between the beai 'ngs of N. W. by N. and S. 
E. by S. There is only a depth of 4 feet of water on the N. V^. 
extension of the reef towards mainland. 

Port St. Andrews, N. point of entrance, lat 45° 4» 10" N., Ion 67° 
2' 50" W., fixed white catoptric light, 42 feet high, visible 10 miles, 
white octagonal building, height 22 feet. Visible between the bearings 
of N. W. by N. and S. E. by S. 

Spruce Point, St Croix River j Charlotte County, lat 46° 10' N., Ion 
67° 11' W., fixed white catoptric light, 32 feet high, white square 
building, height 28 feet. Tne course from Spruce Point to ballast 

? round is E. by S. ^ S., distance 2 miles. From Spruce Point to Mark 
oint W. N. W., distance 2 miles. A vessel after leaving Douoet 
Island, .to clear the reef, should steer N. until the Spruce Point light 
bears N. W. by W., and thence take a W. N. W. c«urse. 

MARiC Point, St Croix River, Charlotte County, lat 46° 10« 10" N., 
Ion 67° 12' 30" W., fixed white catoptric light 32 feet high, square white 
building, height 28 feet. 

Head Harbor, E. Quoddy Head, N point of Campobello Island, lat 
44° 57' 30" N., long 66° 53' 52". Fixed white light, dioptric, 64 feet 
high, visible 13 miles. Octagonal buildipg, 34 feet, white with red 
cross, dwelling attached, iron lantern red. Fog trumpet sounds blast 
of 8 seconds duration, with intervals of 35 seconds between them. 

MuLLHOLLAND Point, on E. sideLubec Narrows, Campobello Island, 
lat 44° 51' 47" N., long 66° 58' 50" W. Fixed white light, dioptric, 
60 feet high, visible 13 miles from N. N. W. through E. to S. S. W. 
Building white octagonal wood, 44 feet. 

SojJTH West Wolf Island, on S. E. point of the island, lat 44° 56' 
30" N., Ion 66° 44' 10" W., white catoptric light, revolving every 1^ 
minute, visible 17 mileL, 111 feet high, building white, square, 
wood, height 35 feet. Lantern on dwelling ; visible from all iioints of 
approach. 

Swallow Tail, N. E. part of Grand Manan. lat 44° 45' 48" N., Ion 
66° 44' 2" W., fixed white dioptric light, visible 17 miles, 148 feet 



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high, white octagonal wooden building, height 50 feet. Visible between 
the bearings of S. W. round by S. to N. W. 

Long Edoy Point Foo Whi8tlb, extreme N. W. head of Grand 
Manan, 80 feet above high water, aoundn blasts of 4 seconds duration, 
with intervals of 16 seconds between thsra. 

Grand Harbor, Grand Manan, lat 44° 40' 2" N, 66® 45' 6" W.« 
fixed white catoptric light, visible 11 miles, 40 feet high, white, square 
wooden building, with dwelling attached, height 32 feet. Visible from 
all points seaward. 

Bio Dock Island Foo Horn, S. end of Island, lat 44« 41» 5" N., 
long 66° 41' 40" W. Sounds blasts of 6 seconds duration, with intervals 
of 35 seconds. 

South- West Head, Grand Manan, lat 44° 36' 0" N, Ion 66° 54' 16'' 
W,re\olvingred and white catoptric light; three red flashes 40 seconds, 
ecUpse 20 seconds, 3 white flashes 40 seconds, eclipse 20 seconds, 200 
feet high; white, square wooden building, with dwelling attached, 
height 43 feet. 

Gannet Rock, S. of Grand Manan, lat 44° 30' 38" N,, Ion 66° 47' 0" 
W., intermittent white light, 45 seconds, ecli|)se 5J, flash 4^, eclipse 5^ in 
every 60. Visible 12 miles. Vertical black and white stripes, octagonal, 
wood, 41 feet high A fog gun is firetl once an hour. Dangerous 
rocks extend 4 miles eastward of the light house. 

Machias Seal Island, near middle of island, lat 44° 30' 7"N.,lon 
67" 6' 13" W. Fixed white light, dioptric, 54 feet high, visible 12 
miles. Also, 64 yards S. E. from westerly light, fixed white light, 
dioptric, 66 feet high. Both buildings white, octagonal wood. In 
range N. W. will le ad 4f miles S. of Murr Ledges. A fog whistle 
sounds 5 seconds in each half minute. 



SABIiB ISLAND. 

Sable Island, west end light house, lat 43° 57' 0" N,, Ion 60° 8' 0" 
W. A revolving white light, giving three flashes at intervals of half a 
minute, then a cessation of light during one and a- half minutes; visible 
17 miles. White octagonal tower, 98 feet high. 

Sable Island, IJ mile from east end, lat 43° 58' 30" N., Ion 59° 46" 
\V., fixed white dioptric light, 2nd order, visible 18 miles, 128 feet high, 
octagonal building, white and brown alternately, height 86 feet. 



NOVA SCOTIA'S GOVEHNORS. 



1749— Hon. Ed Cornwall is. 
1752— V. Ilopson. 
1754— C. Lawrence. 
1756— A. MoUlton. 
1760— J. Belcher. 
1764— M. Wilniot. 
1766— M. Franklin. 
1773-F, Lesrjre. 
1776— M. Arbuthnot. 
1778— R Hughes. 
1781- Sir A. S. Hauiniond. 
1782- J. Parr. 



1783 -P. Fatining. 
1791— R. Bulkeley. 
1792-J. Wcntworth. 
1808— Sir G. Provodt. 
1811— General Darroch. 
1811— Sir J. Sherbrooke. 
'18!6 -General Smyth.' 
1819— Earl DalhouHie. 
1820— Sir Jas. Kempt. 
1826— M. Wallace. 
1836— Sir Ctolin Campbell. 
1840— iiord Falkland. 



1846-Sir J. Harvey. 
18.i2— Sir O. LeMarchant. 
1858— Earl Mulgrave. 
1884— Sir R. G McDonnell. 
lS66-Sir. W. F. Williams. 
1867-Sir nastinjfs Doyle. 
1873— Hon. Joseph Huwe. 
1873— sir A. G. Archibald. 
1883— M. H. Richey. 
1888— A. W. McLelan. 
1890-M. B. Daly. 



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INSPBCTORS OF FISH AND OILS. 



Inspectors of Fish and Oils. 

Imbpsctors. — County of Halifax. James Allen ; Yarmouth, Kobert 
Brown; Guysborough, Win G. Scott, jr.; St. Mary's Bay, Heniy Redmond; 
Richmond, Maurice J. Kavanaf^h; hie Madame, £ K Binett; Colchester I. 
B. Flemmine; Annapolis, Israel Letting; Victoria, J. A. Matheson; 7nver- 
netSj A. B. Sltiiiner; Cape Breton, George Scott; Awtiyonish, Placide 
Ohrispo ; Lunenlmrg, Fraueis Smith. 

Fees for Inspection, Aot 27 Victoria, Ohap. 46, 1874. 

For each tierce of Salmon, salmon-trout or sea-trout, (ifleen cents 

For each half tierce ofsalmon, salmon-'rout or sea-trout, ten cents. 

For each barrel ofsalmon, salmon tro or ea- rout, fifteen cents. 

For each half-barrel ofsalmon, salrann-troat or sea-trout, teu cents. 

For each barrel of mackerel, ten cents. 

For each lialf-barrel of mackerel, five cents. 

For each barrel of herring, seven cents. 

For each half-barrel of herring, four cents. 

For each barrel of alewives, seven cents. 

For each half barrel of alewives, four centii. 

For each quarter barrel.or kit, one and one,hiilf cents. 

For each barrel of shad, ten cents. 

For each half-barrel of shad, seven cents. , I 

For each barrel of whitefish. ten cents. 

For each half-barrel of whitefish, seven cents. 
. For each barrel of pickled codfi.<h, hake,haddock or caffish, five cents 

For each hall-barrel ditto, three cents. 

For each barrel of dry-salted codfish, bake, haddock, catfish, ling or 
pollock, five cents. 

For each half-barrel ditto, three cents 

For each barrel of bass, ten cents . 

For each half-barrel bass, seven cents . 

For each barrel of cod tongues, cod sounds, hallibut or eels, ten cents. 

For each half-barrel ditto, seven cents. 

For each barrel smoked herring, ten cents. 

For each box smoked herring, one cent. 

For each half box ditto, half cent. 

For each qunrter box ditto, quarter cent. 

For inspecting, gauging and branding each puncheon of oil, twenty cts. 

For inspecting, gauging and branding each hogshead of oil, fifteen cents. 

For inspecting, gauging and branding each tierce of oil, twenty cents. 

For inspecting, gauging and branding each barrel of oil, fifteen cents. 

The foregoing rates shall bd reckoned exclusive of salt, pickle, cooper- 
age, storage and labor employed in washing, rmsing, cleaning, nailing, 
scre<iring or re-packing and pickling any fish. 

For branding or marking Newfoundland fish which have been inspected 
in Nowfouudland. two cents per barrel. 

For inspecting empty packages, one cent. 



To FiKD TH8 ARRA OP A FouR-BiDED FiRbD.— Take tho average of the *engths 
in yards of the opposite sides of the fields, multiply the two averages together, ; 
and divide the product by 1210— the result being the area of the field in r od^— 
or by 4840, for the result in acres. I 

For example, the N. rido of a fl'tid is 100 yards long, tho S. side 200 yards, ! 
the 1. sidb 800 yards, and the W. 12i)0 yards. Th«> average of the N. and S. sides 
would be 150 yards, that of the E. an J W. 1000 yards. Then 150 x 1000 ==150,000-^ 
1210=124 roods nearly, or nearly 31 acres. 



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Provincial Mbdioal BoAnn— Members Appointed by OovemmerU. 
—Edward Farrell, m d., Halifax ; David H. Muir, m.d,, Truro ; W. 
H. McDonald, m.d., Antigonish ; Alex. D. MacGill vary, m.d., Sydney 
A. 0. Page, M.D., Truro ; N. E McKay, m.d., and H. H. Read, m. d., 
Halifax. Members Appointed by N. S. Medical Soeieti/.—D. A. Camp- 
bell, M.D., Halifax ; Stephen Dodge, m.d., Halifax ; J. F. Black, 
M.D., Halifax ; Wm. Tobin, m.d., Halifax; Duncan McLean, m.d., 
Shubenacadie ; J. 0. Moody, m.d , Windsor. 

Ofpicbrs of thr Board.— PrcsMicn*. A. 0. Pago, m.d., Truro; 
Treasurer, J. F. Black, m.d., Halifax ; Registrar, A. W. H. Lindsay, 
M.D., Halifax. 

Professional Examiners.— Dr A J Cowie, Halifax, Medicine ; Dr 
Edw Farrell, Halifax, Sureery ; Dr A C Page, Truro, Obstetrics and 
Diseases of Women and Children ; Dr W S Muir, Truro, Materia 
Medica ; DrG L Sinclair, Dartmouth, Anatomy and Physiology ; Prof 
Geo Lawson, Halifax, Chemistry. 

Matriculation Examinations.— Examinations take place on the 
first Thursday in May and the last Thursday in September. 

In May local examinations are hold at Yarmouth, N. S. and 
Sydney, C. B. 

Examiners. — John Currie, d. d., J. B. Currie, Esq., Halifax- 

Adlington Robert, M D., Edin, 1854, M r c s, Eng, 1857, Shubenacadie, 

Aitkin Charles C, M D, Harv, Mass, 1856, Lunenburg 

Allan D C, M D, Jeff Med Coll, Phil, 1875, Amherst 

Allen James G, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1880, Brooklyn, N Y 

Almon Hon W J, M d, Glasg, 1838, Halifax citv 

Almon Thos R, M D, Long Isl'd Coll, N Y, 186(' D, Coll P & S, N Y. 

1867, Halifax city 
Anderson F U, l R c s, Edin, 1883, l R c P, Edin, 1883, M r o s, Eng, 

1884, Halifax city 
Andrews Alfred R, M D, c M, Hal Mod Coll, 1879, Middleton, Annapolis 
Andrews C T, M D, Harv, Mass, 1868, Br idgo water 
Angttadt Thomas Miller, M D, Jeff, 1890, Mwhone Bay, Lunenburg 
Angus Alex C, M D, Coll P and S, Bait, 1882, Sioux City, Iowa 
Angwin Maria Louisa, M D, Wom Med Coll, N Y Inf, 1882, Halifax city 
Arbuckle James A, M D, Univ N Y, 1893, Annapolis 
Armstrong Melbourne E, M D, Univ N Y, 1892, Freeport, Digby 
Atkinson Marcus Chappel, M D, o M, Hal Med Coll, 1881, Bristol, N B 
Atkinson, Martin Gay, M D, Univ N Y, 1884, Truro, Colchester 
Ayer Nehemiah, M D, o M, McGill, 1880, Amherst, Cumberland 
Babbitt Walter, M D, o m, Trin Univ, 1887. P T M 9, 1887, St John, 
Balcom Parker N, M d, Univ N Y, 1875, Aylesford, Kings 
Banks Hei-bert H, M D, Harv, 1889, Barrington Shelburne 
Bamaby Clarence David, Lie Prov Med B'd N S, 1881, Louisburg 
Barnaby Gideon, M D, Harv, Mass, 1872, Weymouth Bridge, Digby 
Bamaby John M, M D, Harv, Mass, 1863, Bridgetown, Annapolis 
Barss Andrew DeW, M D, Edin, 1864, Wolfville, Kings 
Barton Wm G, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1858, Pubnico, Yarmouth 
Bell George, M D, Harv, Mass, 1868, Yarmouth 
Bell Geo W, m d. Coll P and S, N Y, 1869, Kingston Station, Kings 
Bent Charles, M D, Univ Penn, 1847, Truro, Colchester 
Bent Wm H, M D, Harv, Mass, 1869, Argyle, Yarmouth 
Best Fredk, M D, Univ Penn, 1876, Somerset, Kings 



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Best, Oliver Fletnher. M D, Univ N Y, 1889. Yarmouth 

Bothune John L, u n, o M, Dal, 1875, Baddeck, Victoria, C B 

Bingn.y Geo T, M D, Univ N Y, 1849, mhos, Eng, IS'iO, Westport 

Bingay John M, M n, Harv, Mass, 1803, Tuskot, Yarmouth 

Bissett Charles Peter, m i>, o m, Mcttill, 1890, St Peter's, Rich'nd CB, 

Black C A, M D, Univ Penn, 18G7, Amherst, Ouraborland 

Black J B, M D, Dart N H. 1890, Windsor, Hants 

Black John F, M n, Coll P and S, N Y, 1868, Halitax city 

Bliss G C W, M u, Jeff Med Coll, Phil, 1880, (cl 11, Med Act, N S,) 

Amherst 
Boggg, Geo W, M D, Mj McGill, 1887, New Westminster, B C 
; Borden Fredk W, m d, Harv, Mass, 1868, Canning, Kings 
' Bowles E P, M D, CoU P and S, N Y, 1874, VVolfvillo, Kings 
Brine John Frederick, M n, Harv, Mass, 18G8, Hazol Hill, <5uyxboro 
Brown, Gporgo W, M n, Univ N Y, 1893, Cl.arkc's Harbor, Shelburne 
Buckley George E, M D, Jeif Mod Coll, Phil, 1867, Guysboro' 
Burgess F N, M D, Harv, Mass, 1865, Choverie, Hants 
Bums S W, M D, Bell Hosn Med Coll, N Y, 1864, Shelbumo 
Bums Thos M, md, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1864, Oakland, Cal, US 
Byors J A, M D, Bell Hosp Mod Coll, N Y, 1875, Spring Hill Mines ' 
*Byrne Henry, lrcs. Ire, 1886, lm, ncs. Ire, 1891, Black Point, 

St. Marjfaret's Bay, Halifax 
Cadegan John C,'m d. Bell Hosp Med Coll, NY, 1882, residence uiiknwn 
Calder James S, M D, Harv, Mass, 1866, Lynn, Mais 
Caldwell G P, m n, Harv, Mass, 1876, (cl 11, Med Act, N S) St Jolin, N B 
Cidkin Barry Howe, M P, c M, McGill, 1891, Kentvillo 
Cameron Hugh, M D, Univ Penn, 1861, Mabou, Inverness 
Cameron John, M D, Glasg, L n o s, Edin, 1855, Port Hood, C B 
Cameron John Jos, M D, Bell Hosp Mod Coll, N Y, 1889, Antigonish 
Ciimoron Owen H, M n, c r s. Bait, 1892, Maccan St'n, Cumb 
Cameron V/m M, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 187.i, Halifax city 
Campb* '1 C Fitz Hy, M i>, Univ Penn; 1847, Moncton, N B 
Campbell Donald A, M n, c M, Dal Coll, 1874, Halifax city 
Campbell George Mtirray, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, 1890, Halifax city 
Campbell John G, M n, Univ Penn, 1876, North|)ort, Cumberland 
Carey Robert H, M D, Harv, Mfvss, 1866, Trei)asscy, Nfld 
Cannichael, Alex Geo, m l>, Univ N Y, 1882, Margai'oo, Inverness, C B 
Chase Thomas C, M i), Univ N Y, 187.% St Margarets Bay, Halifax 
Chipman Henry, M I), Harv, Mass, 1868, tirand Pre, Kings 
Chisholm Alexander J, M o, c M, McGill, 1891. Antigonish 
Chisholm Duncan M, M D, Univ N Y, 1882, Port Hood, Inverness, C B 
Chisholm Donald, m n, c M, Dal Coll, 1874, St Louis, Mo, USA 
Chisholm Murd, M D, c M, McGill, 1877, lr CP, Lend, 1886, Halifax city 
Chute J R, M D, c M, Hal Med Coll, 1877, Upper Stewiacke, Col 
Clarke Augustus T, M D, Harv, Mass^ 1870, Calais. Maine 
Clarke James William, M D, o M, McGill. 1890, Tatumagouche 
Clarke \Vm G, M D, Harv, Mass, 1852, Kentville, Kings 
Clay Henry P, m d, Univ N Y, 1879, Tidnish, Cumberland 
Cocnran Francis J A. M n. Bell Hosp, Med Coll, 1892, Burlington, Hants 
Cogswell Arthur W, m d, c M, Hal Med Coll, 1884, Halifax city 
Qogswell, William Forlong, M n, c M, Dal Univ, 1894, Vic Gen Hosp, 

Halifax City 
Cole W H, M n, Bowd, Maine, 1883, (cl 11 Mod Act,) Caledonia, Qneens 
Coleman J Andrew, m d, Harv, Mass, 1868, Granville Ferry, Annapolis 
Collie James B, m r>, Harv, Mass, 1869, River John, Pictou 
Cook S P F, M D, Univ Penn, 1886, Oxford, Cumberland 
Cove John W, m d, Univ Penn, 1867, Spring Hill, Cumberland 
Cowie Andrew J, M n, Univ Penn, 1860, L u c P, Lond, 1879, Hfx city 
Cox Robinson, H d, c M, Dal Coll, 1875, Upp Stewiacke, Colchester 



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Creed Charles, m R o 8, Eng, 1838, Pugwaah, Cumberland 
Creed Edwin, M d, Hyg Ther Coll, NY, 1865, Cainbridgeport, 
Creelman Fred S, M i). Coll P and S, N Y, 1867, Maitland, Hants 
Cunningham Norman P, m d, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1877, Dartm'th 
Curry Matthew Allison, M D, Univ N Y, 1883, Halifax city 
Dakin Robert A, M D, Harv, Mass, 1869, Pugwash, Cumberland 
Davis Joseph D, M D, Hom Coll, PhiL 1859, Auburn, Maine 
DeBlois Louis (}, m d. Coll P & S, N Y, 1861, Bridgetown, Annapolis 
DeMille William Budd, M D o M, Hal Mod Coll, 1882, Eureka, Pictou 
Densmore Jas D, M D, o M, Hal Med Coll, 1877, Clyde River, Shelb 
DesBrisay Thomas L, M D, Bowd Maine, 1876, Lunenburg 
DeWitt Geo E, m d, Harv, Mass, 1872, Wolfville 
DeWolf, Geo H H, il d, o m, Dal Coll, 1872, Bedford, Halifax 
DeWolf James R, M D, Edin, L R c a, Edin, 1841, Halifax city 
Dickson Minar Stiles, M o, Univ N Y, 1890, Pictou 
Dobson, Wm Gaius, m d, Univ N Y, 1881, Ai^r herst, Cumberland 
Dodd Marcus, M n, Coll P and S, N Y, 1866, .Bridgeport, C B 
Dodge Stephen, M l>, Coll P and S, N Y, 1859, Halifax city 
Donliam B Eugene, M D, Harv, Mass, 1868, Saulniervillo, Digby 
Drew Geo Elkanah, M d, Univ N Y, 1881, Petite Riviere, Lunenburg 

'Surgical qualifications only. 
Dunlop Edward Winslow, M D, Univ Verm. 1891. Salmon Riv, Halifax 
Du Vernet, Edward, M.i)., cm., McGill Univ, 1893, Digby 
Dyer J Gould, M d, Univ Louis'a, 1867, Portland, Maine 
Eaton Foster Fitch, M i), Univ, N Y, 1889, Upp Rose Bay, Lunenburg 



Elderkin Edwin Johnson, M n o M. McGili, 
1889, Weymouth Bridge, Digby. 



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Elliot Charles Schomberg, M n, Bell Hosp Med Coll, 1891, Guysborough 

Ellison R J, M D, Univ Penn, 1856, Bear River, Annapolis 

Falconer A F, M D, Harv, Mass, 1865, Shorbrooke, Guyaljoro 

Farish George Wm T, md, Jeff Med Col, Phil, 1886, Yarmouth 

Farish Henry G, M D, Univ Penn, M R c 8, Eng,1840, Liverpool, Queens 

Farish Jamea Collins, M D, Univ Penn. 1890, Lynn, Mass 

Farrell Edwd, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1864, Halifax city 

Fielding, Clifford Harvey, M n, Hom Med Coll, Chicago, 1890, Halifax 

Fillmore Edward Wood, M D c M, Mo(iiU, 1887, Spencer's Isl'd, Cumb'd 

Finn William Dominic, M D, c P s, N Y, 1890, Halifax city 

Fiset Napoleon, M L, Laval Univ, 1890, Lie Quo Prov, 1870, Cheticanip 

Fitch J N, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1867, LakevUle, Kings 

Fitch Simon, M D, Edin, 1841, Halifax city 

Fixott Henry Jaa, md, Harv, Mass, 1866, Arichat, Richmond 

Fletcher Robert Whitney, M D, c M, McGill, 1891, Cunning 

Foster Clarendon Atwood, M n, Harv, Mass, 1886, Bridgewater, Lun'b 

Fox Chas James, M D, Univ Penn, 1876, Pubnico, Yarmouth 

Eraser D A, M D, Univ Penn, 1870, residence unknown 

Eraser John Frank. M D, Harv, 1892, Little Glace Buy, C B 

Freeman Chas M, M D, c M, McGill, 1871, Cape Sable Isl'd, Shelburne 

Freeman Ingraham B, M D, Jeff. 1856, Bridgetown, Annapolis 

Freeman, Nelson Porter, M n, Univ Verm, 1891, New Germany, Lun 

French W K, M D, Univ N Y, 1857, Sackville, N B 

Fritz Emdon, M d, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1880, Digby 

Fritz Howard Douglas, M n, c M, McGill, 1888, residence unknown 

Fuller Albert James, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1886, Yarmouth 

Fuller Jas Newman, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1868, Morton 

Landing, Kings 
Fullerton, W S, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1882, Massachusetts 
Fullerton Wm Y, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1872, Port Williams 
Fulton George H, M n o M, Hal Aled Coil, 1883, Bass River, Col 
Gaudet Fidele, M D, Vict, Ont, 1880, Meteghan, Digby 



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Gillis An^UB B, M n, o M, Quoon'tt Univ. KinKst, 1888, l^nMn Rvr, Ciuiih 

OIendennin((HohtTh(>inpflon, M i), o M, Mu(rill, I8{>2, MiuichuHtor, Mmh 

Goodwin Frod W, M i), o M, Hal Med Coll, 1885, Halifax city 

Goasiu Ohaa J, M d, Edin, 1859, NVindHor, Hantn 

Gourley John M, Ml), o M, Hal Med Coll, 1884, Shoot HurlH)r, Halifax 

Gow Francis Alex R, M D, o M. Trin, 1839, v r :r o, 1S80, Halifax city 

Graham John McK, Ml), Jeff Mod Ct)ll,l*hil, 1S72, roHidunco not kfu>\vn 

Grant Norman McKay, M no M, Qiioch Univ, Kinj?rtt, 1889, N Zuilund 

Grant William, M i) c M, U«l, 1892, Channel. Nowfoiiiidl.ind 

Gray Chaa, m d, Univ Penn, 1858, Mahono Hay, Lnnenburf? 

Gunn liobt, M n. Bell Hosp Med Coll, 1874, Strathlorne, rnverno.«ifj,Cl'. 

Hallett Edmund O, m d, o M, McGill, 1885, VVeymouth Bridije, Dipby 

Halliday Andrew, M D, o H, Univ Glaajjfow, 1888, Lower Stewiacke 

Hamilton Annie Isabella, M » c M, Dal Univ, 1894, Halifax city 

Hamilton Charlea Alfrod, M n, o m, Dal, 1891. Mahone Bay 

Haro Henry Mathers, j l), Univ N Y, 1889, Ch<*ntu Szo CImen, China. 

Harel Victor, M n, Vict, Ont, St Gortrudoj Nicolet, Q 

Harris Jaa W, m n, Harv, Mass, 1808, United States 

Harris John H, M l). Bell Hosp Mod Coll, N Y, 18G0, Yarm )uth 

Hart, Kdward Charles, M n, C M, McGill, 1894, Kaddeok 

Hattio Wm Harop, M i), c M, McGill, 1891, N S Hosu for Insane, Dart 

Hawkins Arthur Charles, M D, c M iMc( Jill, 1885, Halifax city 

Hayes Joseph, M D, Univ Penn, 1888, Springhill Mines, Cumberland 

Heiirtz, Jane Lambert M n. Worn Mo.l Coll, N Y. Inf, 1893, Truro 

Hewson W, m n, Univ Penn, 1872, L mid and L u o P, Edin 1884, 

' nherst, Cumberland 
Ho(j,>er, Elietiezor, m d, c m, Queen's Univ, King^t, 1886, L S A, Lend, 

1880, Iiidiiin Harbor, Halifax 
Howard Stephen, M D, Univ Ponn, Phil, 18(}l), Deloraine, Manitoba 
Ings George Arthur, L R c P, l?din, 1893, L R o a, Elin, 189J, L *' p s, 

niasg, 1890, Honolulu, H. I. 
Irwin Archer, M D, c M, Dal Univ, 1893, Hebron, Yarmouth 
Irwin Frank, M D, Univ Bost, 1884, Lockoport, Sholburne 
Jacques, Hartley Spinney, M D, Univ N Y, 1887, Halifax city 
Jacques, Heury Mervilio, M n, c M, McGill. 1894, iJpper Dyke, Kings 
Janiieson Geo, M I), Harv, Mass, 18(50, Ship Harbor, Halifax 
Jenkins Win. Enianuel, M n, c M, McGil!, 1890, Liverpool, Queens 
Johnson Danl M, M i), c M. Hal Med Coll, 1878, Tatamagouche, Col Co 
Johnstone E J. M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, NY, 1882, Victoria Mines, CB 
Jolmstone, Lewis, M n, Univ Penn 1845, Stellarton, Pictou 
Johnstone Lewis W, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, 188(5, Sydney Mines, CB 
Jones Guy Carleton, M D, c M Hal Med Coll, 1890, M R o 8, Eiig, 1887, 

Halifax city 
Jones J Edgar, M D, Harv, Mass, 1858, Digby 
Keith Silvanus, L n c p & a, Kingst, 188(5, New Glasgow, Pictou 
Kelly Frederick William, M i), Bovvd, Maine, 1883, Che.'-ter 
Kemnton Zenas M, M D, Dart, N H, 1866, Wallace, Cumberland 
Kendall A S, m d, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1882, m R c a, Eng, 1884, 

Sydney, C B 
Kendall H'y Ernest, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1888, St John's, 

Newfoundland 
Kennedy Evan, M r>, Univ Bost, 1870, New Glasgow, Pictou 
Kent Hedley Vicars, M n, c M, Dal Univ, 1890, Truro. 
Kinsman Frederick Smallwood, M u, Univ N Y, 1884, Digby 
Kirby Thomas, Lie N S, 1857, Tusket, Yarmouth 
Kirkpatrick Everind Alexander, M n o M, McGill, 1888, Halifax city 
Landry Alexander P, M n, Harv, Mass, 1870, Eel Brook, Yarmouth 
Lane Edward Stanley, M D, Harv, 1808, Isaac's Harbor, Guysboro 
Lanigan John A, M d, Univ N Y, 1877, Buffalo. N Y 



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Lavors Frank C, M n o m, Qnocn'H Univ, Kingston, 1891, L B p 8. Kinin 

ton, 18»l. (JoorKctown. PKI * •«•'"«" 

Lawmm Arcliibald, M d, C»)U P & S, N Y, 18(50, m R o a, Eng, 1808, 

Mexico City, Mex 
LoBlano Aim6 A, M i», Vict, Ont, 1884, Arichat, Richmond, C B 
LeBlaiio Uilurion C, M r), Univ Bait, 1891, Harbor au Btniche 
Liiidaay A W H, M i), o M, Dal, 1876, M ho m, Kdin, 1877, Halifax city 
Lockwood T C, M n, Bel Hosp Mod C«)ll, N Y, 1885, liockoport, Shelb 
Love Andrew, M l>, CM, Mcdill, 1891, Bridgoville. Bictou 
Lovett, lurael Melbourne, H l), Harv, MaHH, 1885, Yarmouth 
Lovett Lewis Johnstone, M i), Univ N Y, 1891, Boar Iliver, Dieby 
LoweriHon E H, M n, Jefi Phil, 1883, (cl 11. Mod Act, N 8,) Halifax 
Mack J Nowton, M u, Bell Honn Med Coll, N Y. 1875, Lunenburg 
Mader Antony Ivan, M D, c M, McCfill, 1891, Halifax city 
March, Henry Arthur, M n, Univ Mich, 1886, Bridgewater, Lunenburg 
March John Bartley, M u. Univ Mich, 1885, Berwick, Kings 
Margeaon C J, M i>, Harv, Mass, 1809, Hantsport, Hants 
Marshall C S, M D, Univ N Y, 1882, 

Mai-Hhall Fred K, M n. Coll P and S, N Y, 1808, Halifax city 
Meyer, Edward JameH, M n, cm, J)h1 Univ, 1893, Hidifax city 
MiddlomaH F, M n, Harv, Maaa, 1873, Berwick, Kings 
Miller C J, M i), Harv, Mass, 1875, New Glasgow, Pictou 
Miller J S, M i), Berksh Med Coll, Mass, 1855, Canning, Kings 
Miller John William, M D, Univ N Y, 1885, Caiiniujr, Kings 
Miller Samuel Nelson, M n, Univ N V, 1876, Middloton, Annapolis 
Milsom Thomas, M D, Harv, Mass, 1870, Dartmouth 
Mitchell Robert, M D, L H c 8, Edin, 1859, Dorchester, N B 
Mitchell W M, M i), Jetf Med Coll, Phil, 1859, New Glasgow, Pictou 
Moody J C, M u, Univ N Y 1800, Windsor, Hants 
Moore Thos Alex, M D, c M, Queens Univ, Kiiigst, 1883, mops, Ont, 

rl887, Westvillo, Pictou 
Mooe Willis B, M i), o M, Hal Med Col, 1879, Kentville, Kings 
Morris Chjvs H, M n, Harv, Mass, 1808, Mid Musc^uodoboit, Halifax 
Morrison Daniel Allan, m n, o P s. Bait, 1893, Louishurg, C B 
Morrison Daniel Neil, M D, c M, Hal Mod Coll, 1883, Oxford 
Morrow, Arthur, M », c M, Edin, 1880, Columbia Falls, Mont, USA 
Morse C H, M D. Harv, Mass, 1804, Weymouth Bridge, Digby 
Morse Clinton James, M v, Edin, 1802, Amherst, Cumberland 
Morse John Allen, M i), Harv, Mass, 1804, Ohio, Yarmouth 
Morse Iieander li, m d, Harv, Mass, 1800, Lawroncetown, Annapolis 
Morton Joseph Smith, M D, Univ N Y, 1883, Shelburne 
Mosely Charles A, M D, c M, Hal Med Coll, 1880, Jamaica 
Mosher, James D, M D, Coll P & S Bait, 1880, Rawdon, Hants 
Muir David H, M n, Coll P and S, N Y, 1807, Truro, Colchester 
Muir Wm Scott, M n, c M, Dal, 1874, l R c 8, Edin, 1877, L mid and 

L R p, Edin, 1877, Truro, Colchester • 
Munro C H, m d, Harv, Mass, 1802, West River, Pictou 
Munro Hugh Ross, M D, Univ N Y, 1888, Stellavton, Pictou 
Murphy Thos J F, m d. Boll Hosp Mod Coll,N Y, 1888, St Johns, Nfld 
Murray Charles D, m B c m, Univ Edin, 1889, Halifax city 
Murray Daniel, M D, o M, McGill, 1880, Campbellton, N. B 
Murray Duncan Anth-ew, M D, c M, McGill, 1889, Riv John, Pictou 
Murray, Robert Lowrey, M n, Univ N Y, 1891, Pictou 
Murray, S C, M n, Harv, Mass, 1871, Hopewell Corner, Albert, N B 
McAulay, Murdoch William, Mi), c ii, Dal Univ, 1893, Vic Gen Hosp, 

Halifax city 
McDonald Allan, M D, BelJ Hosp Med Coil, N Y, 1880, Newfoundland 
McDonald D, re^std undei section 37, Act of 1872, Pugwash, Cumbl'd 
MacDonald Daniel, M D, c P a. Bait, 1892, Baddeck, C B 



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McDonald Kinlav, M I), Univ N Y, 1888, Uurgen, Nowfotitidlaiul 
MacDoimld Miigh N, Ml), CM, (juouii'h, Univ, KingHt, 18M2, VVhyoouu- 
miigh, C H 

McDonald .rolui, M i), o M, Hal Mod Ooll, lH70,HtPot«)rH,Kiulnn'nd,Clt 
McDonald .F H, M i), Harv, Mohh, 18<ir>, Ht I'eterM, (J li 
McDonald J l<', m i>, Haiv, MasHj 1S<»H, Hopewell, Pictou 
McDonald J W, m d, h ii o h, Kdin, 18((i), MinneupoliH, Miitii, If 8 A 
McDonald Michael A, M n, Coll I' and H, N Y, IH7«, Sydney, (J \\ 
McDonald 1' A, fti i), Harv, Miwh, 1871, Port Hawkudbury, li 
McDonald W H, M i>, Harv. MaHH, 18()2, AntigoniHh 
McDoujjall John C, m o, Coll P A H, N Y, 18(19, Parniboro, Oumlwrrd 
McKatridge Robt, ftl n, Harv, MaHH, 18(i2, Halifax city 
Mac(iie(Mge ThonuiH. »i i>, cm, Dal Univ, 18<.)3, Halifax 
Mc(JiUivniy Donald, M i>, M K u p&h, (rlangow, 1804, Th»»rburn, Pictou 
MiMJliillvary Alex D, H n. Boll Htmp Med Coll, N Y, 18(W, Sydney, C H 
Mc( I regor Murdoch, M i>, Harv, Mohh, 184i3, Lallave, Lunenburg 
Mclntonh Alex, M I), Univ Penn, I'hil, 1858, Antigoninli 
MclntoHh Daniel, M D, Harv, MaHH, 1871, l- bc p, Kdin, 1873, Pugwanh 
Mclntyre Duncan Kenneth, M D, Univ N Y, 18U0, (irand Narrown, (J li 
McKay. (Jeorge Kiidny, m d, Ifnlv NY. 1894, North Sydney. C H 
McKay Hector Howard. M I), c M, McCtill, 18*J0, New (ilunguw, Piutou 
McKay J H, m d. Coll P and S, N Y, 18G8, lkob&lkcp, Kdiri, Truro 
McKay Joa Melville, m n, o M, Mc(;rill, 1886, Wallace, Cuuiberland 
McKay, J \V, m d. Hell Hosp, Med Coll, N Y, 1880, Thorburn, Pict<.u 
McKay Nonnan E, u n, c M, Hal Med Coll, 1879, M u, Univ Hal, 
1879, Jt B 8, Eng, 18S4, Halifax 

McKay Wm, m n, Ball Hosi> Med Coll, NY, 1873, Little Glaoo Bay, OB 
McKean R A Haliburton, Bell HoHp Med Coll, N Y, 1880, Cow Bay,C B 
McKean S C A, M i>, Harv, MaHH, 1849, Baddcck, C B 
McKenzie David Hugh, m i>, Univ N Y, 1889, MuHquodoboit, Halifax 
McKonzie Geo J, M i), JoiF Med Coll, Phil, 1804, Pictou 
McKenzie John, M n, o if, Hal Mod Coll, 1884, Port Mulgrave, (Juynb 
McKenzie, John Alex, M u, C P S, Boat, 1892, N S Honp for tnHano, 
Dartino\ith 

MocKenzio W ]^, M D, Univ Penn, Phil, 1877, I'arrHboro, Cunib 
McKhinon John K, M D, Harv, Mohs, 1870, Antigonish 
McKinnon Thoa Hostennan, M D, o M, McCi ill, 1889, Brooklyn, N Y 
McLarty Duncan, M n, ClaHg, 1800, 248 Camden Kd, London N W'', V,\\a 
McLean A K, M D, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1872, Margaree, C B 
MacLean Duncan, H n, Harv, Mass, 1800, Shubenacadie, HantH 
MacLoan Kdwia David, M i), Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1887, Mu«- 
quodoboit Harbor, Halifax 

McLean Isaac Matheson, mo, cm, McGill, 1884, New Wostniinstor, BC 
McLean John W, M i), c M, McCiill, 1883, ,N Sydney, C B 
McLellan JauieH A, mdcm, (Queen's Univ, Kingnt, 1891, Noel, HantH 
McLennan Angus, m n, Univ l*enn, Phil, 1873, Margareo,InverneHH,(.^r. 
McLennan, Sanniel John, MO, Bell Hosp M Coll, 1894, Port Morion, Cli 
McLeod John Knox, M n, Boll Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 1883, B.iy RohortH, 
Newfotindland. 

McLeod. Thomas Chulmers, m u. Bell Hosp Mod Coll, 1894, Sydney.C \\ 
McLeod Wm McK, m n, Bell Hosp Mod Coll, N Y, 1875, Sydney, C H 
McLeod Roderick Campbell, m n, Univ N Y, 1891, Mab<)U 
McMillan Finlay, M D, c m, Dal Coll, 1872, Sheet Harbor, Halifax 
McMillan John, m n, c m, McGill, 1867, Pictou 

McPherson Hugh B, M i), Univ Poun, Phil, 1809, North Sydney, C B 
McQueen C A S, m d, Jeff Med Coll, Phil, 1882, M b o 8, Kng, 1S88, 
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Norrio Wm, M l>, Harv, Mohh, 18«J7, Wont Rranch, Kivor John, Pictou 
Oliver W S, M I), St Ami, 1857, mioh, In>, 18.57, ku(!m, In!. 1H«7, HftUf»x 
Oiilton ChaH KufuK, M K o h, Kuk, 1 «•»:», Kivn tHhuulM, C(.lch«Htor 
Outhit (J«t)rgo K, M D, JoJT Mtxl (!uU. Pliil, 1815, KintfHton Ht'ii, Kingii 
l'aK« Alexftudor C, M I), Hiuv, Miimh, lMr><l, Truro, OolchoHtor 
Parker Hon I) McN, M D, KtUn, 1845, r. u o m, Kdiu, 1815, Halifax city 
1'atton A 1), M I), Univ Mich, 18(;8, niHidotico not known 
Payzant Kliiw N, M i», Joff Mo.l fN.ll, i'hil. 1855, Wolfvillii, Kings 
Payzant, .1 AuHtin, m d. Coll P &S, IVilt, 1881, Halifax uity. 
Poannan Horace Vivien, M D o M, McHill, 1888, Halifax city 
Pepuard John L, M i>, Harv, MaHH, 18(55, (Jroat Village, Colchostor 
Portect Alfred Harnhaw, M n, o m, Vict, 1887, M ii Toi, 188(5, Orange- 
Porrin Allwrt M, M n, ITniv N Y, 1873, Yannoiith [ville, Ontario 

PhilipH .rohn C, Lio N S. 185(J, River Philip, Gnnrl>erland 
PickloH Oeo A, M i), lioll Hohu Med Coll, N Y, 187;^, MahoneTiay, N S 
Pineo JaH Korinan, M D, Hell Hosp Mod Coll, N Y, 1877, ChoHtor, N 8 
Priinroae Frederic, M i), TTniv N Y, 1884, Bridgetown, AnnapoliH 
PriniroHe Saml, regiuider hoc 37 Act of 1872, Lawnuicetown. Annapolis 
Purcell J«)hn Martin, M li. Hell HoHp Mod Coll, I8',)l, Halifax city 
]'utunni Williiini O, M u, o M, Univ Kdin, 1802, Yarinoutli. 
Hand Frederic AngiiHtua, m n, iruiv N Y, 1885, Parraboro, Cuinberl'd 
Randall Wm A C, M l), Harv, MasH, 1852, Milton, tinoonH 
Read Herbert H, M i),c M, Mctiill, 18(J1, L u o s.Edin, 18()1, Halifax city 
Reid Alex P, m n, o M, Mctrill, IS58, L u c 8, Kdin, 1851), Victoria 
General Hospital, Halifax city 

Reid, Jas Wm, M n, o M, Hal Med Coll, 1884, Windnor, Hants 
Ruach Elisha, M l), Univ Penn, Phil, 18(50, Tatamagoucho, Colcheater 
Robertstm John W, M !), c M, Ciuoeii'H Univ, (KingHt), 1888, Hopewell, 
Pictoii 

Robinson Anpf, M I), Univ Penn, M R ca, Eng, 1858, L 8 A, Lond, 1863» 
Annapolis 

Rwkwell Wniiam, M i), Jeff. Phil, 188(5, lliver Hebert, Cumberland 
Ross James, M i), o M, Mciiill, 1890, Halifax city 
Ross Jeptha (i, M n. Bell Hosp Mod Coll, N Y, 1873, TiUnenbnrg 
Ryan Philip M, M D, Coll P and 8, N Y, 1877, Boston, Mass 
Sandford Arnold, M d, Harv, Mass, 18(j4. Brooklyn, N Y 
Saunders D Oliver, m d. Harv, Mass. 18(59. Coiuiuerall Bank, Lunon'g 
Semnan, William, M it, Univ Penn, 1892, Joggins Mines, Cumberland 
Silver Louis Morton, M B, o M, Univ Rdin, 1889, Halifax city 
Sinclair Geo L, M i), Coll P and S , N Y, 1872, Nova Scotia Hospital for 
Insane, Dartmouth, Halifax 

Slayter W B, M d, Chic, L mid, Dublin, 1859. M r o s, Eng, 1860, t R o p, 
Lond, 1861, Halifax city 

Smith FP.Mn, Bowd, Me, 1881, (clll,Med Act,) Mill Village, (Jueens 
Smith G A, M D, Bowd, Me, 1883, (cl 11, Med Act), Liverpool, C^ueens 
Smith John P, M n, Harv, Mass, 18(59, New Glasgow, Picton 
Smith J Ross, M D, Univ Penn, 1877, Groat Village, Colchester 
Smith M A B, M n, Univ N Y, 1883, Dartmouth, Halifax 
Smith Thos Henry, M n, c M, McGill Univ. 1891, N Sydney, C B 
Smith William Frederic, M u, Univ N Y, 1886, Halifax city 
Somers John, M n, Bell Hosp Med Coll, N Y, 18(56, Halifax city 
Sommorville A McL, M i), Harv, Mass. 1873, residence not known 
Sponaglo .F Addy, M n, M, Hal Med Coll, 1883, Middleton, Annapolis 
Stewart Dugald, M n, Univ N Y, 1892, Brid^ewater, Lun 
Stewart John, M B, c M, Kdin, 1877. Halifax city 
Stoddard Thomas A, M l), Univ Mich, 1886, Pueblo, Col, USA 
Street J C, M D, Harv, Mass, 1853, Lockeport, Shelbnrne 



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Sturgis (Jeo E, M D, SJcl Med Coll, Phil, 1805J, PuVtuJoo HttJ', Varin 
Sutherland Munro, M D, Harv, Mass. 1871, VVontvlllo, IMotoll 
Sutherland Neil, M D, Harv, Mass, 1808, Soutlj Kdmofitim, Alberta 
Syda H, registered under section 37, Act of 1872, Koiind I Ull, Annapolis 
Ternan John, H D. Glasg. 1850, L u o H, Ire 1831), IliUlfftx city 
Ternan Wm Augustus Pitts, LRor, Kdin, 1880, Lit (J 8, Edin, 1889, 
L F P 8, Glasg, 1889, Halifax city 

Thompson Arthur Wellesley, M n, Univ N Y, 1880, TvjfkV T»1H, B W I 
Tobin Wm, LRCS, Ire, 18G8, lrcp. Ire. 1870, F B K, Ira, 1882, Halifax 
Torey Edgar James, md, Univ N Y, 1890, Wi»d«of. 
Townshend A S, M D, Univ Penn, Phil, 18(13, Pim'I'hVk »!'(»', Cumberland 
Trenaman Thomas, m d, Coll P and S, N Y, 18(H), Hftllfftx (jity 
Trueman Jas E, M D, c M, McGill, 1881, Macoaii Hfciitiim, Oiiniborland 
Trueman Thos Jos, m d, Bowd, Maine, 188;{. Aotulltt Mllioa, ColchcHter 
Tupper Charles Osborne, M i), Jeff, Med Cojl, Phil, JHH(}, Amherst 
TurnbuU (Jeorge Dykeman, md, cm. Dal Univ, 1892, Vu M««quodoboit 
Tyler Walter Elbert, M D, Univ N Y. 1879, Shiwl «fty, MftHfttx 
Venables James, M d, Harv, Mass, 1807. Halifax; elty 
Wade, Frederick Smallwood, M D, Boll Hotjp Mml Coll, N Y, 188G, 
Port Maitland, Yarmouth 

Walker Smith Layton, M D, Bell Hosp Med Ooll, N Y, 1890, Tiuio 
Walsh Thomas William, M D, Bell Hosp Med Ooll, 18{I1, HaUf»xcity 
Warneford, Percy Heber, M D, o M, McGill, 1887, Htt»»pt(m, N B 
Webster Charles Ashton, M n. Coll P and S, N Y, 18H(}, Yarmouth 
Webster Henry B, M D, Coll P and S, N Y, 1872, K«ntvllle, Kings 
Weeks Charles Morris, M n, c P a, Bait, 1891, Nnwpoi't, Hants 
Weeks S M, M i), Coll P and S, N Y, 1853. Newport, Hfttit« 
Weeks Wm H, M n. Coll P and S, N Y. 1859. Dfti'tmrdith, Halifax 
White Wilsey H, M D, Med Chir Coll, Phil, 1880, Ht Httiphon, N. B. 
Wickwire W'N, M n, Univ Edin, 1804, Halifax elfcy 
Wilson H I), M n, Univ Penn, 1878, Barrinfjfton, HfiollMirile 
Withers Russell, M n. Coll P and S, N Y, 18(i5, Aimfti»oH« 
Woodwoith Percy Churchill, M I), c M, Dal ITniv, 189i, Kfintville 
W(K)dwoi-th W S, M n, Harvard, Mass, 1873, UppHi' (Jatuml, Kings 
Wright Thos Alexndr, M n. c M, Trin Cull (Tor), IHHH, M It (j M, Qu. 
Univ (Kingst). 1888, Kiver John, Pictou 

Wylde Chas Fenwick, M n, c M McGill, 1887, VVMwtvlllii 
Yorston Frederick Steacy, M l), c M, Mc(iill, 1890, Tnil'o 



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Begister of Qualified MidwlvOH. 

Mrs Magee, Edin, 1803, Lying in Ward, l'<»or Il»»u«ii, Halifax. 

Mrs Catherine Adams, Dub, 1840, 24 Gerrl«h Hivmt ♦' 

Mrs Elizabeth Mason, (Robinson). Prov Mod Bd, IH7H, 12 Cunard St 

Mrs Burgess, Prov Med Bd, N S, 1878, r»i«ld«n«« uttktiown. 

Mrs Ellen Ryan, do do do do Hallfftx, 

Mrs Harris, do do do do 41 Alinoii Ht, Halifax, 

Mrs Garden. do do do do Hlchinomt. 

Mrs Mary Hardesty, Dub, 1885, Halifrtx. 

Mrs Robt Melvin, t'rov Med Board N S, 18*59, 14 (Uimrd Ht, Halifax. 

Mrs Minnie Hamilton, Dip Queen Char Homj», IHHO, Mirtldntico uiikwn 

Mrs. Johanna Pickrin, Prov Med Bd, N. S,, 1894, Ift Jlot'iiburg St, Hx 



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Fharmaceutioal Society. 

Officrrs — Jas B H«ttie, President; John McD Taylor, Treasurer 
A H Buckley, Secretary ; W H Hamilton, Registrar. 

The following named are duly registered in accordance with the provi- 
sions of the " Pharmacy Act of 1878," and are qmlified to keep open store 
for the sale of drugs, medicines, &c, under the said Act. 

Mylius. L J Halifax 

O'Dell, WF Truro 

Ormond. W L Tliorburn 

Pickles, Geo A, MD..Mahone Bay 

Porter, B H BridKewater 

Power, Thos M Halifax 

Rand, A V Wolfvills 

Rand, Geo V do 

Richar.ls, C C Yarmouth 

Rawley, John R Halifax 

Rounsefell, Alfred. . .Lu .lenburj; 

Simson, F C Halifax 

Simson, W A do 

Simson, \V H do 

Shaw, Jedediah A.. .Windsor 

Smith, A E Truro 

Spencer, Geo D North Sydney 

Stiles, R D Pictou 

Sterns, Geo A Halifax 

Sutherland, W C. . .River John 
Sutherland, J B . . . .New Glasgow 
Taylor, John McD. .Halifax 

Taylor, HA 

Taylor, Chas T G . 
Thomson, Geo K. . 
Tremaine, Ounsier. 

Waldon, W Antigonish 

Webb, vVm H Halifax 

Webb, John W . . . . do 
Woolricli, Thos V, jr. do 



Angwin, J H Halifax 

Barnstead, Chas . . . .Halifax 
Borden, C E ....Canning 
Boreham, Arthur A. .N Sydney 

Buckley, A F do 

Buckley, AH do 

Carew, George New Glasgow 

Coppland, John D. . Antigonish 

Craig, John A Yarmouth 

Crease, Albert J Halifax 

Davison, Walter S. .Halifax 

Dickson, A F Hawkesbury 

Falconer, A F, mo, .Sherbrooke 

Fraser, Frfd W Pictou 

Fraser, Robt P do 

Fraser, Roderick Westville 

Fuller, RC Amherst 

Grant, Geo Alex SteHarton 

Grant, TC Stellarton 

Grant John J do 

Hattie, Jas B Halifax 

Hamilton. WmH... do 

Hockin, D do 

Hoggins, Charles . . do 

Jones, Henry E Digby 

Lnckwood, Ernst M.Amherst 

Logan, M D Halifax 

McCallum, A J Yarmouth 

McDonald, Geo T. . .Parrsboro 
ISIcDougall, George. .Kentville 
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Officers for 1894-9^— President, Dr J E Wilkinson. Parrsboro ; 1st 
Vice-President, Dr E N Payzant, Wolfville ; 2nd Vice-President, Dr H 
B Ford, Liverpool ; Secretary, Dr F Woodbuiy, Halifax. 

PuovikoiaTj Dental Bo.\rd — Members appointed by the Governor and 
Couiicil 'Hihhevt Woodbury, n n s, H.alifax ; A J McKenna. nns 
Kentville; Meade P. Harringt(m, nns, Liverpool; F. \V, Piuker, 
Dlis, New Glasgow. Afevihers appointed by the Dental Association — 
Alfred C Cogswell, ^u^ s, HalifHX ; F H Parker, nns. New Glasgow ; 
J. A. Merrill, Halifax ; Frank Woodbury, dds, Halifax. 

OPFICKRH OF THK lio\v.T)~ President, A C Cogswell, DDS; Scc'y 
Jtcgistrar, Frank Woodbury, D D », Halifax. 






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BBGI8TER. 

Agnew, C S, Antipronish 

Allen, Egerton S, n n a, Phil Den Col, 1892, Arcadia 

Angwin, J Wilniot, n n a, Phil Den Col, 1892, Truro 

Annis, John P. Bear River 

Bath, Howard S, dds, Phil Den Col, 1892, North Sydney 

Baxter, David Alexander, Pictou 

Big«low, Horace H, DDa, Phil Den Col, 1894, Halifax 

Black, Geo Allen, Maitland 

Boltzer, Charles Henry, Mahone Bay 

Calder, Hugh Forrester, Bridgewater 

Clay, Havelock, Pictou 

Cogswell, Alfred C. DD8, Phil Den Col, 18G9, Halifax 

Cogswell, Arthur Wellesloy, D n a, Univ of Penn, 1888, M D, Hal Med 
Col, 1884, Halifax 

Croaker, T A, n n a, Phil Den Col, 1884, Mid<lleton 

Crosby, Frank D, Phil Den Col, 1892, Truro 

Crosskill, John William, Bridgetown 

Dill, Watson. Windsor 

Doherty, R. P., n d8, Univ of Penn, 1887, Moncton, N B 

Donham, Benjanun Eugene, M n, Harv Univ, 1868, Saulnierville 

Eaton, [lorace E, J> DS, Univ of Penn, 1889, Toronto 

Eaton, 8teven W. Canning 

Ennis, Edmund P, n DS, Phil Den Col, 1892. Halifax i 

Fiske, Cyrus Kingsbury, D na, Penn Col Den Surg, 1880, Omaha, Neb 

Flnck, George Henry, n n a, Phil Don Col, 1884, Halifax 

Ford, Harley B, n D s, Ralto Col Den Surg, 1892, Milton, Queens Co 

Eraser. Henry, Pictou 

Fritz, Joel R, n DS, Phil Den Col, 1888, Yarmouth 

Fixller, Edward Louis, n i) a, N Y, Col of Den, 1882, Amherst 

Gray, William O, n D8, Boston Den Col, 1882, Yarmouth 

Harding, A C, n D a, Phil Den Col, 1880, Yarmouth 

Harrington. Meade P, ii n a, Pen Col Den Surg, 1890, Liverpool 

Hewson, William Chandler. Port Klgin. N B 

Johnson, John Albert, Dns, Ven Den Col, 1893, Springhill 

Jones J H Stowell, Upper Stewiacke • ^- . , 

Langille, Melancthon K, d d a, Phil Den Col, 1888, Truro 

Laurence, Harold, Windsor 

Macdonald. Simon D, Hxlifax 

Mack, Herbert Henry. Mill Village 

Marshall, Milford G E, nna, Am Col Den Surg, 1892, Bridgetown 

McCuUy, Herbert R, Amherst 

McDonald, Getrge, nna, Bal Col Den Surg. Halifax 

McKenna, Abner J. n n s, Phil Den Col, 1888, Kentville 

McLean, Geo T, Sydney I '■ 

Merrill, J A. Halifax 

Morgan, William Arthur. Weymouth Bridge 

Morton, Frank S, n n a. Balto Col Den Surg, 1891, Granville Ferry 

Motton. Robert, Jun, Halifax 
i Muir, Charles W, D D a, Phil Don Col, 1888, Shelburne 

Mulloney, J E, Kentville , . ».. \ 

I MuUoney, Ray Bird, Kentville A- 

i Parker, Fred H. n n a. Phil Den Col, 1891, Now Glasgow 
! Payzant, William A, Wolfville i. 

Pavzant. Elias N, M D, Joff Mod Col, 1855, Wolfville 

Polly, (Jeorge Albert, Lunenburg 

Primrose, Frederick, DD8, Phil Den Col, 1881, M n, Univ of N Y,1884, 
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Primrose. James, i> n s, Phil Den Col, 1881, Annaijolis 

Proctor, David Archibald, Oakland, Cal 

Riohards, Henry Clifford, Yarmouth 

Ryan, Frank W, D D s, Univ of Mich, Ann Arbor, 1885, Windsor 

Spoonor, Frederick Flint, Bridgewa^er 

Stevens, Frederick Willianj, n Ds, Univ of Penn, 1890, Halifax 

Thomson, George Kerr, Annapolii^ 

Thompson, James Alexander, Pictou 

Torey, Howard H, Antigonish 

Topper, C O, D D 8, Penn Col Den Surg, 1885. m d, Jeff Med Col, 1886, 

Amherst 
Viets. Arthur, n n s, Bait Col Den Surg, 1890, Yarmouth 
Wilkinson, John E. n u g, Roy Col Den Surg, 1893, Parrsboro 
Williams, Charles E, Chester 
Wolff, August Emil, Manheim. Germany 
Woodbury, Frank, D D s. Pen Col Den Surg, 1878, Halifax 
Woodbury, Hibbert, n D s. Phil Den Col. 1877, Halifax 
V\''right, Fred W, StelUrton 



ECCLESIASTICAL DEPARTMENT. 



CHUBOS OP ENGLAND IN NOVA SCOTIA. 

Cathedral Staff. — Bishop, Right Rev F. (Courtney, d.d ; the Very 
Reverend Edwin Gilpin, d d.. Dean of Nova Scotia; Venerable J. A. 
Kaulbach, m.a., Archdeacon of Nova Scotia; Rev Canon Thomas Maynard, 
D.D., Windsor; Rev Canon Isaac Brock, dd., Windsor; Rev Canon I^rancis 
Partridge, d.d., Halifax, Hon. Canon Rev. G. Townshend, a.m. 

Halifax, St. Luke's (Cathedral Church), Rev E. P. Crawford, A. m., and 
Rev D. P. Allison, A. m ; St. Paul's, Rev D. Htgue ; St. George's, Rev 
Canon Partridge, d.d., Rural Dean and Rev H. H. Pittinan, Curate ; St. 
Matthias Mission, Rev F. H. W. Archboid, Curate-in-charge ; Trinity, Rev 
F. K. Almon, A b.; St. Mark's,Rev8 N. Lemoine and C. G. Abbott : North- 
V,'o3t Arm Mission, Rev N. Lemoine; Bishop's Chapel, Kev F. M. Webster, 
A.M.; Garrison Chaplain, Rev Norman Lee, m. a.; Halifax unattached 
Rev R. H. Bullock, d. c. i.., Rev C. Willis, Rev D. Neish, Rev J. O. 
Ruggles; Rev Dr Partridge, (Dio Sec.) Annapolis, Hev K. How. Ayles- 
fora, Rev R. Averv, and Rev J.M.C. Wade. Amherst,'^iiV V. E. Harris, 
A.M. and Rev W. Hays. Albion Mines, Rev M. Taylor. Antigonish, Rev 
C. S. Goodman. Arichat, C.B , Rev Edward Ansell, a.b. Bridfjetoion, 
Rev F. P. Greatorex. Bland ford, Rev J. Roy. Beaver Harbour, Rev R. 
Heath. Bridgewater, Rev VV. E. Gelling, Rural Dean. Cw'nwaUis, Rev 
F. J. Axford, Rural Dean. Clements, Rev W. B. Bellis. Chester, Rev W. 
Clift. Z)a7'<wioM<A, Rev F. Wilkinson. Digby, "Rq^ H." Harley. Eastern 
Passage. (Dartmouth), Rev E. Roy. Falkland, Rev Dr Ambrose. Falmouth, 
Rev G. Howcrofl. Port Morten, Rev W. J. Lockyer. Granville, Rev A. 
Gale. Guyshoro', Rev T. 0. Mellor, Rural Dean. Harrietsfield, Rev W. 
J Arnold. HMard^s Cove, Rev J. W. Norwood. Kentville, F,ev I. Brock, 
d. d. Liverpool, Rev A. M. W. Harley, a.m Lockeport, Rev. N. R. 
Raven. Lcuisburg, Rev T. F. Draper, a. m. Londonderry, Rev W. J. 
Ancient, A. m. Ijunenlfurg, Rev Geo. Haslam, a.m. Maitland, Rev G. R. 
Martell, A. u. Mahone Bay, Rev E. A. Harris, M. A. Manchester, Rev 

H. Hamilton, A. b. Melford, Rev . NewjKtrt, Rev T W. 

Johnston. New Dublin, Rev K. Richardson, A. m. New Glasgow, Rev W. 
A. Desbrisay. New Ross, Rev C. White. New Geitnnny, Rev E. D. P. 
Parry. Parrsboro'' Rev S. Gibbons. Pictou, Rev H. Almon. Petite 



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Riviere, Rev C. P. Mellor. Port Medway, Rev J. Lockward. Pugwash and 
Wallace, Rev Alton Bent. Rawdon, Rev. J. Spencer. River John, 
Rev. J. L. Downinjr- Rosette, Rev H. DeBlois, Rural Dean. Senforth, 
Rev S. Davies. SAtp Harbour. Rev C Clerk. <S<. Margarets a Bay, | 
Rev. L. Amor and A. A. V. Binninfi^on. Stewiacke, Rev L. K. j 
Smith. Sackville, Rev A. T. Tucker. Sherb'-ooke, Rev. R. Johnson. ; 
SpringhiU, Rev W. C. Wilson. Sydney, C. B., Ven Archdeacon ' 
D. Smith, p. I). Sydney Mines, Rev ft. D. Barabrick. a. m., Rural 
Dean. Shelburne, Rev Thos H. White, d. d., and Rev. W. S. | 
H. Morris. Tangier, Rev. E. H. Ball. Truro, Ven Archdeacon 
Kaulbach, a.m. and Rev E. Underwood. Windsor, Rev S. Weston .Toneo, 
RevC. E. Willets, d.c.i.. Rev F. W. Vroom. b.d., Rev T. Maynard, d.d. 
Wilmot, Rev J. E. Warner. Weymouth, Rev P. .T. B'illenl, d. d., and 
Rev J. U. Withycombe, A.n. Torbay, Rev R. F Brine, a b. and Rev R. 

M. Leigh. Yarmouth, Rev . Travelling Missionary, 

C. B., Rev T. R. Gwiliiam. 

Pkincb Edward Island. — Archdeacon, Rev S. Weston Jones. 
Milton, Rev T. B. Reagh. Charhttetown, St. Peter's, Rev J. Simpson, a.m., 
and Rev T. H. Hunt, a.b.: St. Paul's, Rev W. Humlyn, a.m.; Rev Dr. 
Fitzgerald, (retired). Georgetown, "Rev F. E. J. Lloyd, a.b.; Alberton, 
Rev J. If. Forbes. Crapaud, Rev A. VV. Daniel. Port' Hill, Rev H. 
Harper. St. Eleanor's, Kev . New London, Re-' T. Lloyd. 

Diocesan Synod of Nova 8cotia. ', 

Consists of three houses — (1), The Bishop; (2), the Clergy who are 

duly licensed ; (3), the Laity by their representatives. Clerical Secretary, 

Rev Dr Partridge, IIo. 34 Barrington Street. Lay Secretary, R. J. 

Wilson, Esq. 

KING'S COLLEaE, WINDSOR. 

Founded, a.d. 1789. Chartered by King George III. a.d. 1802. Patron, 
His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury. Board or Governors, 
1888-89.— The Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia, Visitor and President of the 
Board of Governors. The Tx)ra Bishop of Fredericton, Hon. Senator 
Almon, D.C.L., Hon Arch. Brigwtocke, d. d., Rev C. Bowman, d. p., C. 
Wilcox. Esq., .T. Y. Payzant, Esq., Clarence Dimock, Fsq.. J. C. Moody, 
M D., Rev George Haslam. A. m., Rev Canon Partridge, d.d., H. Y. Hinil, 
D.C.L., Ven. Arcndeacon Kaulbftck, m.a., J. B. Forster, Esq., Hon Judire 
Hanington, Ven Archdn Kaulbach, Rev C. E. Willets, d.c.l , C. 
Dodwell, Esq., J. A. Shaw, Esq., R. J. Wilson, Esq., Secretary. 

Officers of the Universitv.— CAance/for, Very Rev Edwin Gilpin, 
D.D., D.C.L. : Vice- Chancellor, (ex-officio,) Rev C. E. Willets, d.c.l.. 
President of the College; Public Orator, Rev Canon Partridge, d.d.; 
Registrar, Prof. Butler, m. kno. 

Faculty. — President of the College and Professor of Classics and 
Moral Philosophy, Rev C E. Willets, d.c.l.; Vice-President, Prof Vrooin, r. 
D., Profefsor of^ Mnthemitics, Natural Philosophy and Engineering, W. li 
Butler,' Esq., m. eno ; Professor of Chemistry, Geologtf and Mining, G. T. 
Kennedv, Esq., D.sc, f. o. s. ; Professor of Economics and History, 
C G. D. Roberts, Esq, m.a.; Professor of divinity, Rev F. W. Vrooin, 
B. D , Prof, of Modern Languages, H. I^othar Bober, Ksq. ; Professor 
of Law, Allan O. Earle, <j <:; , d.c.l.; Bursar, The President; Librarian 
and Scientific Curator, Prof. Vroom; Lecturer in Cantm Law, Rev 
Francis Partridge, d.d.; Lecturer in Old'Test. Literature, Ven. Arch- 
deacon Smith, D.D. Lecturer in Apologetics, Rev G. Ilaslam, m.a. 
Lecturer on Pastoral Theology, Rev Dyson Hague, m.a. 

ScHOLAH.smi'S — The \v'illiam Cogswell Scholarship, je24stg. per annum, 
open to candidates for II0I3' Orders, under the direction of the Trustees; 



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Divinity Scholarships paid by the Society for the S. P. G., open to Stu- 
dents for Holy Orders, actually requirinj? assistance, and guoject to the 
control of the Bishop of the Diocese, 10 in number, each £30 stg. per 
annum; the Dr Binn«y Exhibition, £16 stg. per annum, open to Students 
in indigent circumstances and of exemplary conduct ; McCawley Hebrew 
Prize, jEOstg. ; the Bishop's Prize, £5, in Books; Dr. Almon's VVelaford 
Testimonial; Akin'a Historical Prize; Stephenson Scholarships, three in 
number; also Payzant-Warburton prize of $20 for the best essay on any 
good subject — to be chosen by the President — in English Literature, to be 
competed tor during the present Academical year. 

Incorporated Alumni of King's College. 
President, Thos Trenaman, Esq, m. d. ; Vice-President, Rev Canon 
Partridge, d.d., Committee, Rev F. J. H. Axford, Rev F. VV. Vrooin, 
B.D., Robert J. Wilson, Esq., W. L. Payzant, Esq., Rev C. Howinan, 
D.D., Rev V. E. Harris, m.a., Rev C. G. Abbott, m. a., Secretary and 
Treasurer, R. J. Wilson, Esq. 

Church of England Institute. 
To encourage kindly intercourse among Churchmen, and to ditfuse a 
knowledge of the Church's work. Patron, The Lord Bishop of Nova 
Scotia. President, W. C. Silver. Vice-Presidents, Rev Canon Partridge, 
C. C. Blackadar. Treasurer, Thos. Brown. Secretary, H. S. Rhind. 



CLERGY OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

Diocese of Halifax. 

St. Mary's Cathedral, Halifax, His Grace the Most Rev. C O'Brien, 
Archbishop; RevEdwd. F. Murphy, D.D., Rector, Revs Wm. J. Folpy, d.d., 
J. B. Moriarty, Cornelius Campbell, d. d., and M Carroll. St. 
Patrick's Church, Very Rev Mgr. Carmody, V. G., Revs Gerald Murphy, 
D. J. Forbes. St. Joseph's Church, Rev T". J. Daly. Dartmouth, Rev Chas 
Underwood. Chezzetcook, Rev P. H. Labrecque. Sheet Harbour, 
Rev D. O'Sullivan. Herring Cove, Rev T. J. Grace. Prospect, 
Rev D. J. Summers. Chester and Bridgewater,^ Rev W. Doody. 
Caledonia, Rev T. J. Butler. Pubnico, Rev J. J.Sullivan. Eelbrook, Rev. 
J. Crouzier. Yarmouth, Hev E. J. McCarthj'. Tusket Wedge, Rev J. M. 
Gay. Salmon River, Rev P. H. Cote. Meteghan, Rev J. Daly. Church 
Point, Clare, Revs Pores Blanche and M. Morin. St. Croix, Rev L. Du- j 
chesneau. St. Bei-nnrds and yVeymouth, Rev A. B. Parker. Annapolis, ' 
Rev John W»lah. Kentville, Rev P. M. Holden. Windsoi', Rev E. 
Kennedy. Bedfm'd and Enfield. Rev W. E. Young. Truro, Rev M. 
Kinsella. Londonderry, Rev Philip Walsh, D. D. Pan'sboro\ Rev J. T. 
Breanar. Joggin Mintf, J. D. Curry. Amherst, Rev. W. J. Mihan. 
Chaplain to the Forces, Halifax, Very Rev Mgr Carraodv, V. G. ; 
Bermuda, flotTWjfton, Rev W. B. Hamilton. St. Gewge's, Rev Thos. Foran, 
Chaplain to the Forces. Mount St. Vincent Convent, Very Rev Canon 
Mclsaac. St. Anne's College, Church Point, Digby Co., Rev G. Blanche, 
Director. 

Catholic Orphanage. Quinpool Road. 

Superioress, Sister M. Loyola. There are 105 orphans under the care of 
the Sisters of Charity in this Institution, which depends for support on 
the voluntary contributions of the charitable. 

Home of the Angel Guarding, 305 Brunswick Street. 
Superioress, Mother Benedicta. 35 infants. 

Monastery of the Good Shepherd, Quinpool Rond. 

Mother Mary of St. Chantal, Superioress, and 21 sisters. 



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Community numbers 40, of whom 15 conduct classes each day in 
3 branches. Young Ladies admitted from 5 years. The French 



St. Patrick's Home for Boys. 

Directed by the Christian Brothers. Brother Laurence Director, and 
four Brothers. Number of boys, 49. ^ 

Iia Salle Academy, Pleasant St. 

Brother Castoris, Diiector, and six Brothers. Number of pupils, 120. 

Halifax Infirmary, 14 Harrington Street. 
Sister M. Vincent, Superioress. 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul. 
Officers of the General Council, Spiritual Director, Rev R. F. Murphy, 
i>.D. President, M. B. Daly. Vice-Prest, F. J. Phelan. Treas, William 
Chisholm. Sec'y, J. Dillon. There are nearly 60 members attached to 
the three Conferences of St. Mary's, St. Patrick's and St. Joseph's. 
Meetings held weekly and all relief given in kind after a careful inquir}' 
and personal visitation to each destitute family. 

Academy of the Sacred Heart, Spring Garden Road, for 
Boarders and Day Scholars 

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and German languages taught by natives of both countries as well as all 
the branches of an Knglish education. Music and other accompliifthments 
taught by the ladies of the Convent, and by the most eminent teachersi in 
the city. The Ladies of the Sacred Heart are now the owners of the 
''Sherwood " property, on the shores of Bedford Basin, which is used in j 
connection with the Spring Garden Road Academy. Superioress, Mother 
Marson. 

Academy of Mount St. Vincent, Rockingham. 

Mother M. Bonaventure, Superioress, Young ladies admitted from five 
years upwards. All the branches of an English education, together with 
I-'rench and German, are taught, Special attention given to music and 
drawing. 

Diocese of Antigonish. 

Bishop — Right Rev. John Cameron, d d., residing at Antigonish. 
The Diocese of Antigonish comprises the Island of Cape Breton, and three 
Eastern Counties of Nova Scotia proper. Established Sept. 21, 1844. 

Nova Scotia. — Antigonish, Rev Hugh Gillis. Pictou, Rev J. J. 
Chisholm. Listnore, Rev" A. McGillvray. Arisaig, Rev R. McKenzie, 
Cnpe George, Rev Dougald Cameron. Lake Vale, Rev John Shaw. St. 
Joseph's, West Riser, Rev John J. Fraser. St. Andrew's, Rev Jas Fraser. 
Pomtmette, Rev Jos. Macdonald. lieatherton, Rev R. Grant. Tracadie, 
Rev M. Laffin. Harbour Bouche, Rev Alex Beaton. Guysbm'otiqh, Rev 
Michl. Tompkins. Cape Canso, Rev D. V. Phalen. <S^ Francis Harbor, Rev. 
Geo. McAuley. Port Felix, Rev N. Macdonald. Thorburn, Rev M. 
Coady. New Glasgow, Rev R. McDonald. Torbay, 
Ferrona, Rev R. Macdonald. 



Cape Breton. — Arichat, Rev J. M. Quinan, v.c, Rev L. Gallant. Little 
Arichat, Rev H. McPherson. D'Escousse, Rev N. McNeil, d.d. L'Ardoise, 
Rev i>, McPheraon. Red Islands, Rev Rodk Mclnnis. River Bourgeois, Rev 
A. E. Monbourquette. East Bay, Rev M. McKenzie. Christinas Island, 
Rev A. Cameron, d.d. Bay St. Lawrence, Rev W. McPherson. 

Boisdale, Rev Alex. McGillivrav. Ingonish, Rev -. North 

Stfdney, Rev Daniel Mcintosh. Sydney Minen, Rev C. F. McKinnon. 
Little Bras d' Or, Rev M. McPherson. South Sydney,^ Rev James Quinan. 
Bridgeport, Rev D. M. McGregor, d.d. Main-a-Dieu, Rev Wra Kiely. 
Judique, Rev Arch. Chisholm. Port Hood, Rev Colin Chisholm. Broad 
Cove, Rer Donald Chisholm. Margaree, Rev R. McDougall. Cheti- 



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camp, Rev Peter Fiset. Little Glace Bay, Rev F. Chisholm. Mabou, Rev 
J. Mc Master. Coiv Bay, RevD. Macdonald. lima, Grand Narrows, Rev R. 
McMeil. Gleiidale, Rev. D. Mclsaac. Friar's Head, fnoemess. Rev T. 
Richard. Port Ilawkesbury, Rev Alex L. McDonald. Victoria Mines, Rev 

A. McKenzie. St. Peter's, Rev J. C. Chisholm. Creignish, Rev Arch. 
Ohisliolin. Lake Anslie, Rev Chas. Macdonald. 

Boligious and Literary Institutions. 
CoLiiKGB AND Skminart OF St. Fkamcis Xavikk. —Established in 
the town of Antigonish. Rector, Rev. Dr. D. A. Cbiaholm; Professors, 
Kev Alex McDonald, d d., Rev A. Chisholin, d. n., Rev A. McD. 
Thompson, d.d., Rev. D. McAdam, Messrs T. F. Horrigan, m a., E. NV. 
Connolly, u. a., Jas MacKeogh, b. a., J. J. McNeil, b a., A. R. McDonald, 

B. A 

The Trappist Monks, at Tracadie, had a flourishing establishment, 
destroyed by fire, but now in course of reconstruction. The Monks are 
principally natives of Belgium. Here also, there is a Convent of the 
Trappistine Sisters, all natives of the place, and generally of French and 
Scotch origin. 

The Sisters of tub Congregation ok Notre Dame, of Montreal, 
have flourishing acade>.iies for female education of the highest order at 
Arichat. Anti«onish, Pictou, Nev: Glasgow, West Arichat, Sydney, Port 
Ilood, New Glasgow and Mabou. Besides, tliere are throughout the diocese 
several academies, and superior and common schools, partiv supported by 
government, and partly by contributions of the people. I'here are also 
superior schools at Stellarton, Harbor-a-Buuche, Little Glace Bay and 
North Sydney, conducted by the Sisters of Charity. 



FBBSBYTIIBIAN CHCTRCH IN CANADA. 
Synod of the Maritime Provinces. 
(Meets at Charlottetown, P. E. I., Oct. 1, 1895.) 
Moderator, Rev P. M, Morrison; Clerk, Rev T. Sedgwick, d.d. 
Presbytery ok S^p^KX —Sydney, Rev J. F. Forbes, Rev K. 
B. Rankin. Sydney Mines, Rqv Donald McMillan. Boularderie, Rev 
David Drummoud. Grand River, Rev M. A. McKenzie. Gabarus and 
Framboise, Rev Donald Sutherlar:!. Glace fia^. Rev J. A.Forbes. Cow 
Bay, Rev W. Grant. N. Sydney, Pev Dr Mm raj'. Loch Lomond, Rev 
iVl. McLeod. Mira, Rev W. R. Oalder. Cape North, Rev. M. McLeod. 
Bridgejwrt, Rev John A. McGlashen, St Paters, Rev A. B McLeod. 
North Shore, Rev John A. Fraser. Englishtown, Rev A. J. McDonald. 

Presbytery ok Inveunkss — Port Hastings, . Lake 

Ainslie, Rev Alex Grant. Baddeck, Rev Don MacDougall. West Bay, 
Rev Angus McMillan. Mabou, Rev E. S. Bayne. Little Narrows, Rev 
Duncan Campbell. 

Presbytery ok Pictou — Merir/omish, Rev A. Campbell. Trentoni 
Rev H. R. Grant. Blue Mountain, Rev D. M. Henderson. Pictou, 
Rev A. Falconer, Rev Geo S. Carson. New Glasgow, Rev A. Robertson, 
Rev A. Rogers, Rev J. Carruthers, Rev A. Bowman, Rev. Dr Patterson, 
Rev A. McLean. Thorburn, Rev A. W. McLeod. Scotsburn, Rev William 
Maxwell. Westvitle, Rev R. Camming. Antigonish, Rev J. R. Mtiiiro. 
Stellarton, Rev J. tL Turnbull. Scotsburn, Rev J. A. Cairns. Glenelg, 
Rev J. D. McFarlane. Springoille, Rev J. Sinclair. River John, Rev R. 
McCunn. Little Harbor, Rev J. B. McLean. 

Presbytery ok Wallace — Linden, Rev. W. S. Darragh. Wallace, 
Rev H. B. McKay. Tatamagouche, Rev Thomas Sedgwick, d.d. Wallace, 
Rev S. Boyd. Amherst, Rev D- McGregor. Pug-wash, Rev J. A. McKenzie. 



7 i'rer JoAm, Rev G. L. Gordon. Spnnghill, Rev D. Wright. 
C. Munro. Poit Elgin, N. B , Rev A. W. K. Herdman. 



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Presbytery ob" Truro — Tt-uro, Rev Wm McCulIoch, d.d., Rev J. 
Robluns, Rev T. Gumming, Rev A. L. Geggie, Onslow Sin, Rev J. H. 
Chase. Folly ViHage, Rev Wra. McNichoI. Great Village, Rev James 
McLean. Acadia Mines, Uev H, K. McLean. Steioiacke, Rev A. D. Gunn. 
Economv, Rev A. Gray. Clifton, Rev J. D. McGillivray. Springside, Rev 

D. S. Fraser. Parrsboro', Portaupique, Rev W. H. 

Neas. Brookfield, Rev. C MacKay. M. Steioiacke, Rev Clarence Mac- 
kinnon. L. Steioiacke, Rev A. Cameron. Jiiver Hebert, Rev Frank 
Davey. 

Presbytery of Halifax. — Fort Massey, Halifax, Rev Alfred Gandier. 
Halifax, Prof. A. Pollok, n.D., Prof D. M. Gordon, b.d., Prof J. Currie, 
D.D., Prest John Forrest. D.L., Rev R. Laing, Prof R. A. Falconer. Agent 
of Church, Rev P. M. Morrison. St. Matthews, Halifax, Rev Thos. Fowler. 
Dartmouth, Rev Thos Stewart. Neiopoi't, Rev J. W. Falconer. Richmond, 
Rev J. F. Dtistan. Chalmers Church, //a/i/axyRev J. McMillan. Park Street 
Church, Halifax, Rev Allan Simpson. St. .fohn's, Halifax, Rev H. K. 
McPherson. Milford. Rev A. B. Dickie. MaiUand, Rev T. C. Jack. 
Musquodoboit Harbour, Rev J. Kosborough. Bermuda, Rev Dr. Burrows. 
Waterville, Rev J. M. Allen. Shubenacadie, Rev J. Murray. Bedford, 
Rev J. P. Falconer. Ebnadale, li.'.v Jacob Lavton. Sheet Harbour, Rev 
Noel, Rev IC J. Rattee. Wolfville, Rev D. J. Fraser. 
Smitli. Canard, Kings, Rev VV. Daws(m. 
Kentville, Rev W. P. Begg. St. Andreidis, 
Bridgetown, Revs J. Cameron. R. S. Wliid- 
F. S. Coffin. Kempt, Rev A. Boyd. Coburg 
Road, Halifax, Uev W. M. Fraser. St Croix, Rev J. K. McClure. 
Lnwrencetown, Rev J. M. b'islier. Up Musquodoboit, Rev F. W. Thompson. 
Chebogue, Rev D. O. McKay 

PiiEsuYTKRY OK LuNKNBURO AND SiiELBURNE — Lunenburg, Rev 
D. McGillivray. New Dublin. Rjv H. Crawford. Lockeport, Uev D. 
McKiniion. JUridgewater, Rev F. C. Simpson. Mahone Bay, Rev J. W. 
Crawford. L. LaHaoe, RerG. A. Leek. iZtuej'se/ftie, Rev S. G. Lawson. 



M. Musquodoboit, Rev E. 
Yarmouth, Uev E. D. Millar. 

Halifax, Rev — 

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PuESBYTERY OK St. John. — Fredericton^ Rev W. McDonald. 
St. John's Church, St. John, Rev T. K. Fothenugham. Buctouche, Uev 
Lewis Jack. St. Stephens, St. John, Rev Donald McRae, d.d. Sussex, Rev 
J. S. Sutherland. Moncton, Rev J, M. Robinson. Carleton, St. John, 
^siv Jas. Burgess. Prince William, Rev Wm Ross. St. Stephen, Rev 
John Anderson. Nashwaak and Stanley, Rqv J. S. Mullen. St. Andrew's, 
St. John, lidv L G MacNTeill. St Daoid's, St. John, Rev G. Bruce. 

Harvey, Rev J. A. McLean. St. Andrew's, Rev 

Hampton, Rev D. Fraser. St John, Rev J. Bennet, d.d. Glassville 
Rev J. K. Bearisto. Oukbny, Rev W. Calder. Florenceville, Rev D. 
Fiske. Calvin Church, St. John, Rev W. W. Rainnie. St. James, Rev 
John Hawley. Woodstock, Rev J. Whiteside, St. George, Rev R. (J. j 
Vans. Pisarinco, Rev G. C. Pringle. Richmond, Rev Joseph Barker. 

iSout/i Richmond, . Chipman, Rev D. McD. Clarke, i 

Carleton, St John, Rev Jas. Ross. 

Presbytery ok Miramiohi. — River Charlo, Rev Thomas Nicholson, 
New Mills, Rev J. A. Greenlees. 5/ tcAoiWe, Rev Thomas G. Johnstone. 
Campbellton, Rev A. F. Cirr. Black Rioer, Rev John Robertson. 
Richibucto, Rev \V. Hamilton. Baas River, Rev F. W. Murray. Neiocastle, 
Rev W. H. Aitken. Redbank, Rev J. D. Murray. New^ Carlisle, Rev 
J. M. Sutherland. Chatham, Rev N. McKav. Bathurst, Rev A. F. 
Thomson. Chatham, Rev. Joseph McCoy. Dalhousie, Rev G, Fisher. 

Escuminac, Rev • New Richmoivl, Rev G. F. Kinnear. 

Church Pt, Rev Dr. Bruce. 

Presbytery OK Prince Edward Island— CorcAearf, Rev —, 

Souris, Rev Jno G. Cameron. MarshfieUl, Rev . Cavendish 



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Rev W. P. Archibald. Belfaat, Rev A. McL. Sinclair. Princetoum, Rev 
Geo. McMillan Clifton, Rev. Alex. Sterling. N. Bedeque, Rev. W. M. 
Thompson HartsvUle, Rev M. Campbell. Georgetmon, Rev W. A. Mason. 
Charloitttown, Revs T. F. Fullerton, W. Scott. Maddock, Rev Wm McLeod. 
ValUyfieUi, Rev R Maclean. Midgell, Rev J. \V. Mackenzie. Lcmg Kiver, 
Rev John McLeod. ^on«roae, Rev Jas Murray. Zf/own^eW, Rev J. R. CoflSn. 
Montague, Rev W. H. Spencer. Oi^dl [had. Rev D. B. McLeod. 
Dundas, Rev John Gillies. Summerside, Rev K. M. Dill. BrooMtld, Rev 
A. A. McKenzie. Charlottetoton, Rev D. Sutherland. Caledonia, Rev J. 
Sutherland. Cardigan, Rev A. Gunn. Alberton, Rev J. K. Fraser. Wood ■ 

ville. Rev A. S. Stewart. Richmond Bay, East, Rev 

Murray Harbour, S, Rev E. Gillies. Hampton, Rev J. F. McCDurdy. 

Presbytkry of Newfoundland— /S«. John's, Rev Moaes Harvey* 
Rev W. Graham. Harbor Grace, Rev E. McNab. Bay of Jslands, Rev 
W. C. Morrison. 

Foreign Missionaries— Rev John W. McKenzie, Ufate ; Rev Joseph 
Annand, Santo; Rev. H. A. Robertson, Eromanga, New Hebrides; 
Rev John Morton, D.D. Tunapuna; Rev K. J. Grant, San Fernando ; RevS. 
A. Fraser, Couva; Rev W. L. McRae, Princestoum ; Rev A. W. Thompson, 
Trinidad. TeacAers, Misses Blackaddur and Archibald. 

. College of the Presbyterian Church. 

Theological Department at Halifax — Principal and ProJ. o/ 
Church History and Pastoral Theology, Rev Allan Pollok, d.d. Prof, of 
Systematic Theclogy, Rev D. M. Gordon, b.d. Prof, of Hebrew and 
Exegesis, Rov John Currie, d.d. Professor of Neto Testament Exegetics, 
Rev'. Robt. A. Falconer, b. d. 

Halifax Ijadies College. 
In connection with the Presbyterian Church. Under control of 21 
Directors. President of Board of Directors, Rev. R. Laing. Hon 
Seaetnry, Rev P. M. Aiorrison. 

College Stavv .—Principal, Miss M. S. Ker, (Girton), and staff of 
nine teachers. Conservatory of Music. — Professor Porter, Director, 
with staff of nine assistants. Art. — Mr. Smith and Miss Smith. 



METHODIST CHURCH. 

W. H. Evans, President; D. W. Johnson, a.m., Secretary. 

Halifax District. — Hakfax, ( Centre)^ F. H. Wright, b. d., 

♦Richard Smith, *R. Alder femple, d. d. Halifax {South), J. A. 

Rogers. i2o6te Si., T. Watson Smith, d.d. Halifox {West.) Charles St., 

A. C. Borden, b. d. Beech St., Jas. Huglison. Halifax {North), Kaye St. 



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Presbytery of Pictou.— P*ci!o«, Rev T. Armit. Salt Springs, ^ 
Rev A. Robertson. Roger's Hill, <fc., Rov J. W. Fraser, A. m. ** 

Presbytery of Egerton. — Stellarton, Rev E. H. Burgess. Westville, 

Rev T. D. Stewart. Hopewell, Rev . Barney's River, Rev 

A. J. McKichan. McLellan's Mountain, Rev W. Stewart. Gairlocn, Rev 
A. Fowlie. Earltoion, Rev. Angus McKaj'. 

Prince Edward Island, Rev John Goodwill. 

Since the Union, consummated June 15th, 1875, the minority of the 
late Synod of the Maritime Provinces in connection with the Church of 
Scotland, continue to co-operate with the United Church in the Educational, 
Foreign Mission, and Widows' & Orphans' Schemes. 



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A. Hockin. Book Room and Wehleynn Office, S. V. Hufstis, Book 
Steward, John Lathern, n i>., Kditor. Dartmouth^ 1>. VV. JoliuHon. 
Woodlaum, D. Hemmeon. Windtor, J. L. DawHon, h.a , *Jolm A Moaher. 
Hantsport, W. Pliillips. HarUm, Win. Brown. Wolfcille, O. Gronhuul. 
Kentville, 8. R. Ackman. Newport, John Johnson. Avondale, J. II. 
Davis. Burlington, J. G. Angwin. 

Truro District. — Truro, W. H. Ileartz, VV. M. Rvan. Onehw, K. 

B. Mack. Acadia Afinea, Geo. V.Vay. Pictou, VV. G. ti«ne. SteJlarton, 
W Nightinffale. Neio Glaaj/ow, \V. I. Croft. River John, J, B 
Heal. Aiaitlartd, A. Daniel. Shmenacadip, W. R. Turner. AfUldle Mua- 
quodoboit, G. VV. Whitman. Muaquodobint Harbour, J. IMialen. Sheet 
Barber, . 

CuMBKULANi) DISTRICT — Amherst, R. Wiilianiff, B. C. Borden, n. i>. 
Ladies College. Amherat Head, W. M. ICdwi-an. River fhbert, V. Hobin- 
Bon. Nnppan, W . II. Evans . JTaZ/rtce, VV. A. Ouferbridge. Pugwash,^. 
Hills, *Gecrge W. Tattle. River Philip, F. J. Pcntilow. Oxford, W. II. 
Langille. Leicester, Harry Burgess Wentioorth, J. VV. Turner. Parrs- 
boro\ James Sharp. Five Islands, Carl Mack Southnmpton, J. Astbuiy. 
Advocate Harbor, F. W. Des Bur res. Springhill, E. K Kngland. 

QuYSBORO' AND C. B. DISTRICT— 6'«^»ftwo, Win. Purvis. Canso, (}. 

J.Bond, B A. Wf;ite Haven, R. M. Jost h.a. New Harbor, 

. Boij/slon, H. C. McNeil, Sydney, D. Ilickoy. * North 

Sydney, Geo. F. Johnson. Gabarus, "b. Friggons. Louisburg, — t— 

. Po^'t Hawkesbury^ C. W Swallow, u. A. Pm't Hood, Jas. 

Tweedy. Aspy Bay, Supply". 



Annapolis District — Annapolis, J. 
Daniel. Bridgetown, J. B. Giles, *J. 
Middeton, Jos Gactz, *J. L. Sponagle, J. W. 
Coffin, VVm. Ryan, *James Taylor, *G. 
J. Craig, 'P. Prestwood, *A. S. Tuttle. 
Hillsburgh, J. HiiL. Digby, J. VV. Prestwood. 
herdson. 



Sirothard Granville Ferry, ^.. 
Cassidy, ♦J. R. Hurt. 
Howie. Aylesfm'd, Joh S. 
O. Iluentis. Beinoick, 
Canning, J. M. Fisher. 
Weymouth, J. W. Shep- 



LiVERPOOL District — Liverpool, G. W. F. Glendcnuing. Caledonia, 

. Mill Village aiid Port JHedway, T. Wooten . Petite 

Riviere, John Gee. Lunenburg, J. L. Batty. Ritcey's Cove, W. 
Ainsley. Chester, R M. Browne. Netv Germany, J. R. Downing. 
Bridgewater, R. S. Stevens. Mahone Bay, R. McArthur. 

Yarmouth District. — Yarmouth, (South) E B. Moore. Yar- 
mouth (North), T. G. Deinstadt. Arcadia, J. E. Donkin. Hebron, A. B. 

Higgina. Brenton, Barrington, C. Jost, D. i). Port La 

Tour, J. Appleby, North_ East Harbor, D. Faiqiihar. Shelburne, 



F. A. Buckley. Lockeport, C. E. Crowell 

Bermuda District. -Hamilton, Wm. Dobson. 
ampton, VV. F. Cann. St. George's, C. 11. Huestis. 
Smith. 

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The University of Mount Allison College. Sackville, N. B, 

Faculty of Arts— David Allison, ll d.. President and Professor of 
Mental Philosophy and Logic. Rev C. Stewart, u d., Professor of Moral 
Philosophy and Christian Evidences. Alfred D. Smith, l,l,d.. Professor of 
Classics. S. W. Hunton, A. m , Professor of Mathematics. Rev. Ralph 
Brecken, m.a., Professor of Philosophy. Rev. W. W. Andrews, b.a.d.sc. 
Professor of Chemistry a. id Experimental Physics. Rev B.C. Borden, a. m.. 
Professor of Political Economy. W. M. Tweedie, m. a., Professor of 
English Language and Literature. W. H. Daipe, b. a , Professor of 
French Language and Literature. 



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Facultv or TnicoLoav_Davi<l Allison, u,d.. Presidont (Ex officio.) 
ProfesHor of Loif.c and Biblical Literature. Kev C. Stewart, d u., Dean 
Professor of Old Testament Exegesis, and Systematic Theology. A D 



Smith, ii.L.D., Professor of Greek. 



Mount AUiaon Wesleyan Academy. 
Head Master, J. H. Palmer, m. a. Chaplain, Rev. C. Stewart, 
D.u. The Academy has a full Staff of well-trained Teachers, most of 
whom are College Graduates. 

Mount AlliBon Xjadies' College and Conservatory of Muaio. 

Principal, Rov H. C. IJorden.A. m. All departments of Instruction >vill 
bo mamtamed m the very highest state of efHciency, and no pains will bo 
spared to prove worthy of the public contldence and favor so generously 
and continually expressed. 

BAPTIST CONVENTION OP THE MARITIME 

PBOVINCES. 

President, Rev. Joseph TI. Saunders, St John Secretary, 1894-97, Rev. 
E. M. Keirstead, m. a., Wolfville. Treasurer, Thomas Aliller, Eaa. Bear 
River, Digby Co. ' ^' 

Univereity of Aoadia College, at Wolfville, N. S. 
Faculty.— Rev A. W. Sawyer, n. d., i,. t,. d., President, and 
Professor of Psychology and Metaphysics; D. F. Higgina, m.a., ph. d., 
Professor of Mathematics; R. V. Jones, m.a., rii. n. Professor of the 
Greek and Latin Languages; Rev. E. M. Keirstead, m.a., Professor 
of English Literature and Moral Philosophy ; A. E. Coldwell, 
M.A., Professor of Chemistrv and Geology ; L. E. Wortman, m.a., Professor 
of French and German; J. V. Tufts, m.a.. Professor of History and Political 
Economy ; Franii R. Haley, b.a., Alumiii Professor of' Physics and 
Astronomy; E. VV. Sawyer, b.a., Instructor in Latin and English. T, W. 
Todd, Instructor in Elocution ; S. U. McUurdy, Director of Gymnasium 

Horton Academy, 

The Academy and Ladies' Seminary are under the control of the Board 
of Governors of Acadia College. 

Teachers: Ingram B. Oakes, m.a., Principal, Mathematics and Science; 
Everett W. Sawyer, m.a., Latin, Greek and History: E. R. Morse, b.a., 
Mathematics and English; Miss Liiszie B. Huggins, French and German; 
MissQH Jones and Richardson, Piano; Walton B. Fuller, Manual Training; 
T. W. Todd, Instructor in Elocution; S. R. McCurdy, Director of 
Gymnastics. 

Acadia Seminary. 

Instiitctors: Mary E. Graves. Principal, Literature, History of Art; 
Adilella G. Jackson, b.a., Latin, History, Science; Winnifred G. Crowell, 
English Rhetoric and Mathematics, Physics; Alice Power, Latin; E. B. 
Higcins, French and German ; Bertha J Burnett, Elocution; Eliza T 
Ilaraing, Diawing and Painting; Fraulein M. Suck, Instrumental Music ; 
Jessie T. Trefry. Vocal Music; Mary H. Fitch, Violin; Alice Anderson, 
Piano; Evelina K. Patten, (lymnaslics and Calisthenics. 



MINI8TEBS OP BAPTIST OHUROHES IN NOVA SCOTIA- 

Revs H. F. Adams, Truro ; H. Achilles, Parker's Cove, Annapolis ; 
E. A. Allaby, Clementsvtile, Annapolis Co ; W. P. Anderson, Guysboro' ; 
E. N. Archibald, b.a., Lunenburg Town; J. J. Armstrong, Truro; E. C. ■ 
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MINISTEII8 OP BAPTIST CIIUIICIIKS. 



Trueman lliKhop, b.a., 
WoliVille; T. A. Blackador, h. A., Oreoj VlllnKO^ Cok'h«iiter; 



Ohio, Ynrmoutli; R. IT. 



Hebron, Yarmouth 
Kisliop, u.A _ 

J. W. Bancroft, Aylesford; J. E. Hlonknoy, Kompt, Queonn; lloijrv Hool, i 
Truro; M. C. liowie, WchI Onslow; W. B. HogK". •>••>•. Wolfvillo ; 
Addison F. Brown, Lockeport; M W.Brown, ». a.. Ht MnrKuretn Ilayt 
J. W. Brown, n.A., Brid(,'e water; C. C Burgoss, Wolfville; I. K. Bill, 
Liverpool; I. W. Curpcnt^r, Sul)!o River; W . (Janip, ilillsliurgh; J. B. 
Champion, Cuegocgin, Yarmouth; A. C Chute, M.A., llolilax; A. Cogn- 
well, Clements, West Annapolis; Atwood Cohoon, M.A., Wolfville; K. C. I 
Corey, Oxford; D. Crandall, Wolfville; L A. Cooney, Wolfville; K. P.I 
Cold well, B.A., Frecport; J. II. Cox. Canning; J. H. Uavis, L I*x:onomv;' 
E. E. Daley, Berwick; D. W. C. Dimock, ma., Truro; E. Dixon,! 
Africville. Halifax; N. B. Dunn, Osborne, Shclburne; A. T. Dykuman, 
Digby; Joshua T. Eaton, Clenientsport, Annapolis; H. 8. Erbs, 'Canaan, 
Kings Co ; II. G. Eatabrook, b.a., Amherst; ll. J. Foshay, Yarmouth; 
Zenas Fash, M.A., Liverpool; C. B. Freeman, b.a.. Port Medway; M. P. 
Freeman, b.a., Gaspereaux; M. L. Fields, Brooktield. Colchester; II. A. 
Griffin, Milton, Queens; James Gardner, Antigonish; J. E. Goucher, m.a., 
Milton, Yarmouth; B. Gullison, BearHiver;W. E. Hall, Halifax; Daniel 
E. Halt. Jordon River; C. H. Haverstock, Pugwash ; Thos A. Iliggins, D.i^., 
Wolfville; Edwin H. Howe, Parrsboro; W. N. Ilutchins, m.a., Canning; 

C. T. Illdley, Lawrencetown ; J. E. Jackson, Arcadia; J. H. Jenner, 
Cambridge, 'Kings; J. W. Johnson, Windsor Plains, Hants; James 
Johnston, m.a., Halifax; Prof E. M. Kicrstead, m.a., Wolfville; 8. B 
Kempton, d.d., Dartmouth; B. R. Kinlay, Paradise; A. H. Lavors, Port 
Elgin; F. R. Langford, Weymouth Falls; StephenLanfjillo, Sprlngflold, 
Annapolis; T. B. Layton, Great Village, Colchester; E. E. Locke, Middle- 
ton, Annapolis; Stpn. March, Kingston Station; J. C. Morse, i).i>.. Sandy 
Cove, Digb/; R. S. Morton, Millville, Kings; C. A. Martell, b.a., 
Canard, Kings Co; T. M. Munro, Barrington; Joseph Murray, m.a., 
Falmouth; P. ¥. Murray, Milton, Queens; A. Martell, Wolfville; C. 
R. Minard, n.A., Clementsvillo ; P. A. McEwan, Windsor ; D. G. 
McDonald, Halifax; P. 8. McGregor, HaMt^port; David McKoen, Athol, 
Cumberland; P. "D. Nowlan, West Chester; Edward '^wens, (hislow; 

D. O. Parker, m.a., Wolfville ; J. M. Parker, n a., Rivo* iiobert, ('um- 
berland ; W. L. Parker, Lower Granville; W. F. Parker, Truro; H. N. 
Parry, Chester; R. R. Philp, b a., Halifax; D. PineOj Long Point, Kings; 
C. E. Pineo, Parrsboro; Robert D. Porter, m.a, Muldlcton, Annap(»n8; 
David Price, Isaac's Harbor, Guysboro'; 6. P. Raymond, b. A., New 
GermanVj Lunenburg; E. O. Road, Lockport; J. L. Read, Upper Aylsford; 
W. W.'Rees, Newport; W. H. Richan. Digby; John Rowe, Chebogue; 
W. H. Robinson, b.a., Beaver River, Yarmouth; J. W. Rutlcdgc, Mahone 
Bay; E. M. Saunders, d.d , Halifax; A. W. Sawver, d.d.,i.l.d., Wolfville; 
Rulus Sanford, Wolfville; James Scott, Crow Harbor; G. W. Schurman, 
Chegoggin; H.S.Shaw, Mahone Bay; E. G. Sibley Wittenburg, Col- 
chester; L J. Skinner, Weston; L R. Skinner, b.a., Wittenburg, Col.; 
L. J. Slaunwhite, West Jeddore, Halifax; H. B. Smith, M. a., Springliill; 
J. A. Smith, Cornwallis; W. A. Snelling, Moser's River, Halifax; J. D. 
Spidel, Wittenburg, Colchester; D. A. Steele, m.a.. Amherst; W. T. 
Stackhouse, Nrw Glasgow; S. C. Stearns, Greenfield, Queens; J. E. 
Tiner, Port Hilford; L. J. Tingley, Melvern Square; James Trimble, Bill- 
town ; W. C. Vincent, Canning; A. Whitman, Watorville, Ilants; 
Isa Wallace, M.A. , Wolfville; George A. Weathers, Summervillo, Hants; 
Josiah Webb, B.xh., Yarmor.th; F. 0. Weeks, Canso; C. J. Coulter 
White, Annapolis; G. E. Whitman, Albany; Geo R. White b.a., 
Yarmouth; John Williams, Mahone Bay^; C. P. Wilson, Bass River; 
F. M. Young, Bridgetown. 

Cape Breton.— Calvin Currie, Margaree, Inverness; Robert Mutch, 
Port Hawkesbuty; Ronald McDonald, N. E. Margaree; William Wetmore, 
Cow Bay; D, H. McQuarrie, N. Sydney; John Lewis, Sydney. 



B. T. LePINE, 181 Barrington 81., Halifax, (jold Watolies 



ROSEBUDS At N. 8. NURSERY, Lookman St., HALIFAX. 



FllBB DAPTiaT CONPBIIBNOK— AFUICAN HaPTIMT ASS'H. 221 



FREE BAPTIST OONFERENOE OF NOYA 800TIA. 
Orgnnized Nov. 29lh, 1800, bv the Union of tho Freewill UnntiBtii nnd 
Free Chrhlian Haptints of tlie Province. Incorporated April 18lh, 1870. 
Annual SeHnion, the second ThurRdny in September. Forty cliurchea 
are axHociated with >1!)09 members. 

Ministers.— liev W. C. Weston, Yarmouth: Uev C. F. Cooper, pastor, 
Yarmouth; Uev \Vm M. Knoliin, Salem, Yarmouth; Kev .1. W. Freeman, 
Plymouth, Tusket, Mttlo River; Rev Wm Millar, Shufj Harbor, Wood's 
Harbor, Bear Point; Rev Joseph K. West, liarrinKton, Poit Latour: Rev; 
B. F. Parker Centre Cape Island : Rev I). T Porter. Advocate, Apple 
River, Port Grevilie; Uev S. K. West, Rockinpham, Yarmouth; Rev G. I 
E. Stums, Pubnico, Clark's Harbor; Rev ICdwin Crowell, Canninc, Kings;' 
RevG.F.Franci*, Caledonia and Prtrt Mcdway, Queens; Rev J. W. Smith,! 
Port Matoun: Uov Ezra Parker, Lewiston, Me ; Rev G. M. Wilson, 
Kemptville, Y. CIo. ; Rev T. II. Siddall, Port Medway, Licentiateh, 
Joseph Wilson, Yarmouth; J. S. Durkce, Lewi«ton, Mo. 

This Conference supports Miss Edna Wile of Caledonia, N. S. as a mis- 
sionary in India, co-opcratinR with the United States Free Baptists in 
Foreign Missions. 

AFRIOAN BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. 

Halifax, Rev H. II. Johnson ; Preston, Rev E. Dixon ; Dartmouth, Rev 
Jas Borden, (Licen) ; Hammonds Plains, Rev E. Dixon ; Cornwallis. Rev 
John Smith ; Bridgetown, Rev F. R. Langford; Salem, Yar'. Co., Rev J. 
E. Jackson ; Weymouth, Digby, Rev Mr. Jackson. 

MINISTERS OF THE AFRIOAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 

Rev II. B. Brown, Halifax ; Rev W. H. Bowen, Yarmouth; Rev A. A. 
Spencer, Liverpool ; Rev J. O. Williams, Shelburne; Rev G. W. Smith, 
Annap'Ois; Rpv R. R. Phlpps. St John,N.B.; Mr Geo Robinson, Amherst; 
Rev A. Kersey, Pres. Polder, Woodstock, N. B. 



NOVA SCOTIA CONFERENCE OF THE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 

CHURCH. 

President, Rev G. L. Rankin; Secretary, Rev A. C. Sweinsberg ; 
Treasurer, Rev F. A. Bowers ; meets half yearly. Ministers, Rev C. E. 
Cossman, d. i>. ; Rev G. L. Rankin, a.m., Lunenburg; Rev A. C. Sweins- 
berg, A.M., Bridgewater; Rev Jacob Maurer, a.m., Mahone Bay; Rev 
F. A. Bowers, a.m.. Rose Bay. 

Universalist Chuijch, Halifax— Rev Thomas B. Gregory. 



GRAND LOYAL ORANGE LODGE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

Grand OpJpicekr for 1894-'). — Grand Master, J. C. Gass, Shub- 
en.icadie; Deputy Grand Master, — Church, Chester: Grand 
Chaplain, W. R. Frasor, Now Glasgow ; Grand Treasurer, J. Miller, 
J.P., Shubonacadie ; Grand Secretary, Georgo Forbes, Shubenacadio ; 
Grand LecMrer, John Humphrey, Trenton. 

GRAND LODGE OF NOVA SCOTIA, L 0. 0. F., MARITIME UNITY, 

Grand Master, BiichArd 'E, Saunders, Halifax; Grand Secretary, 
Tho9. H. Francis. Halifax. 



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EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT. 



PUBLIC SOSOOLS. 



ConNCiL OF Public iNSTBuoTios—Th© Memberu of the Execu- 
tive Council. 

Superintendent of EDuoA.Tioir— Alix. H. MacKay, LL. D. 
Clerk, Geo W. T. Irving. 

The Provincial Board of ^ExAMiMBRi ©*• [High School 
Students, Nova Scotia] — Gree^ a»</ /ia^/w, David AllUon, lld.; 
English Language, Rev C. E. Willeta, D,o.f< ; Endkh Gfammar, J. B. 
Currie, Esq." ; French and German, Jftmeii Lleehtl, M,A.; Geography, 
anrf^Tis^ory, Rev T. J. Daly, M. A.; The Natumt 8i'leneet. James G. 
MacGregor, D.sc; Drawing and Bookkeemnq , Alexttoder McKay, Esq.; 
The Practical Math, and Psych., Rev Noll McNeil, ».»,; Ahgebra, D. 
F. Higgins, Ph.D.; Geometry, I. B. Oakes, M.A. 



[Teachers' Minimum Profbmional Qualifications.]'-- 
School Law and Management, A. G. MacDonnld, M.A. j Teaching, J. B. 
Hall, Ph d.; Hygiene and Temperance, Rev John GerHe, D D. 

Normal School, Ts.vno— Principal and Prq/hitor of Didactics 
and Chemistry, Jolin B. Calkin, m.a. A, G. MftpDenald, a.m., Professor 
of Mathematics and Physics; J. B. Hall, Pif,8,, Prqfeisor of Language 
and History ; Herman W. Smith, b.bo., Prqfhutor of Agriculture ; Lee 
Russell, B.sc, Professor of Manual Training, igre / M'liw Ottie A. Smith, 
Instructor in Drawing and Calisthenicn, TmrMrg in Model School— 
A. L. Matheson and Miss Ada Lewli, Primipal of Affiliated 
Kindergarten— Mtb. Sara B. Patterion. 

Inspectors of Schools for Nova 0oo(ia. 

Distnct No. 1, the City and County of ^a/j/U*,— HInkle Condon, 
Halifax. 

District No. 2, the Counties of Lunenhwg and Qutens. — H. H. 
Macintosh, Bridgewater. 

District No- 3, the Counties of Shelburnt and Yarmouth.-— JameB H. 
Munro, Yarmouth. 

District No. 4, the Counties of Dighy and Anmipdi»,—tjepnder S. 
Morse, a.m., Digby. 

District No. 5, the Counties of Kings and ffanti.—'CoWn W. Roscoe, 
a.m., Wolfville. 

District No. 6, the Counties of Antigonith and Guythoroug.i. — Wra. 
Maclsaac, Antigonish. 

District No. 7, the Counties of Cape Breton and llichmond.-^M. T. J. 
Macneil, a b., River Bourgeois. 

District No. 8, the Counties of Inverness and Victoria,— Sno Y Gunn, 
Broad Core, C. B. 

District No. 9, the County of Pictou and that part of the County of 
Colchester not included in No. 10. — W. E. Mcl^lliin, l/L.O., Pictou. 

District No. 10, the County of Cumberland and that part ^ the County 
of Colchester comprised by the Disirict of Stirling and th« Townships of 
Economy and Londonderry. — Inglis C, Craig, Amhi'rnt. 



S. T. LePINE, 181 BurriBftOB St., HftllfM* Gold and 



PAW8IE8 at SOYA SCOTIA NURSERY, Lockman St., Halifax. 



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DAIiHOUSIE COLLEGB AND UNIVEBSITY, HALIFAX. 

Board of Goveknors— John Doull, Esq., Chairman. Hon Sir C 
Tupper.Hon S.L.Shannon,Q.c.,JudgeofP;obaie. Rev John McMillan, 
M. A., Rev President Forrest, d. d , Hon Alfred G Jones, Esq, Rev 
Robert Murray, Hon Wallace Graham, Adim Burns, Esq., A. H. 
McK«y, Esq., m.a., His Worship the Mayor of Halifax, ex officio, Johii 
F. Stairs, m.p., Hon Robert Boak, Hon W. S. Fielding, Thos. Ritchie, 
Esq., A. I. Trueman, Dr. D. A. Campbell. Hector Mclnncs, Esq, 
Secretary, 

Faculty of Arts — President Forrest, d.d., " George Munro, 
Professor of History and Political Economy. Chas Macdonald, Pro^ 
fessor of Mathematics. Howard Murray, h.jl., Professor of Classics'. Geo. 
Lawson, " McLeod " Professor of Chemistry and Mineralogy. James 
Gordon McGregor, " George Munro" Professor of Physics. W ."C. Murray, 
"George Munro" Professor of Philosophy. James Liechti, "McLeod" 
Professor of Modern Languages. Archibald MacMechan, d.a., ^'George 
Munro " Professor of English Language and Literature. Alex McKay, 
Lecturer on History of Education. Sergt.-Maj. Kelly, 7Hs<r?zc/or in 
Gymnastics. 

Session began Sept. 19, 1894, ends April 23, 1895. 

Faculty of Law.— Richard C. Weldon, a.m., George Munro Pro- 
fessor of Constitutional and International Law. Benjamin Russell, a.m., 
Q.C., Professor of Contracts, Lecturer on Bills and Notes, Sales and 
Equity. C. S. Harrington, Lecturer on Evidence and Partnerships. H. 
Mclnnes, Lecturer on Practice and Procedure. Geo, Rituhio, ll.b , 
Lecturer on Real Property. Humphrey Mellish, Lecturer on Torts. 

The Winter Session for 1894-95 commenced Sept 5, 1894, and ends 
Feb. 15, 1895. 

Faculty of Medicine.— John Somers, m.d., Examiner in Physiology 
and Histology. A. W. H. Lindsay, m.d., Examiner in Anntom.y and. 
Practical Anatomy. D. A. Campbell, m. d., Examiner in Cflinicall 
Medicine. John Stewart, Examiner in Surgery. A. C. Page, m.d.,! 
Examiner in Obstetncs and Diseases of Women and Children. Hon D. ! 
McN Parker, Medicine. Kdward Farrell, m.d. Examiner in Surgery. ' 
Andrew J. Cowic. m d.. Examiner in Clinical Medicine. John F. lllack, 
M . D . , Examiner in Clinical Surgery. Alexander P. Reid, m . d.. Examiner 
in MedicalJurisprudence. F. W. Goodwin, m.d.. Examiner in Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics. M. A. Curry, m.d., Examiner in Obsletencs 
and Diseases of Women and Children. Murray McLaren, m.d., Examiner 
in Physiology and Histology. Wm. S. Muir, m.d., Examiner in Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics. H. McD. Henry, q.c, Examiner in Medical 
Jurisi)mdence. Wm. Tobin, m. d., Examiner in Ophthalmology, Otology 
and, Laryngology. 

Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciencd, — Charles McDonald, 
M.A., George Lawson, ph.d., James Liechti, a.m., J. Gordon MacGre- 
gor, D.sc, W. C. Murray, m.a., Archibald MacMechan, b. a., Martin 
Murphy, D.sc , Edwin Gilpin, jr, a.m., F. W. W. Doane, c.e., C. E. 
W. Dodwell, B.A., Roderick McCoU, c. b., Alex McKay, A. W. H. 
Lindsay, m.d. 

Incorporated Alumni. — C. H. Cahan, President. J. X. McKin- 
non, Secretary. W. D. Cameron, Treasurer. 



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HALIFAX SCHOOL, FOR THE! BLIND HALIFAX. 

This Institution provides for the education and training of blind 
persona of either sex throughout the Maritime Provinces. Pupils 
from the Province of Nova Scotia between the ages of ten and 
twenty-one are admitted free of all charge. The school is open 
to the public on Wednesday of each week, at 3 p m. C. F. Fraser, 
Superintendent. 

The Superintendent of the Institution is anxious to obtain Names, 
Ages, and Post Office Address of all Blind Persons in the Maritime 
Provinces Clergymen and Physicians are in a position to supply this 
information, and will confer a favour by so doing. 



DAVENPORT SCHOOL, ST. JOHN, N. B. 

Visitor, The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Fredericton 
Warden, The Rev John M. Dnvenport, m. a., Oxford. Head-Master. 
Rev Percy Owen-Jones. Rfsid .,u Assistant Masters, Classics, Reginald 
J. Pope, Esq. Certificates from Civil Service Commissioners of 
England ; the Cambridge, England, Local Board ; the South Ken- 
sington Science and Arts Departments for Drawing and Botany, akK* ' 
exlf^ certificates from the Civil Service Commissioners for Drawing. ' 
Mathematics George , Wilson, Esq., (York Diocesan College for 
Mastera). Modern Languages, W. Gunn, Esq., b a., Bonn, (Graduate 
Lycee Henri Quatre, Paris). 



THE MOBLE7 LADIES COLLEGE AND CONSERVA- 
TORY OF MUSIC, ST. JOHN, N. B. 



English, Miss Morley, A. Mus. l. c m., assisted by the Misses 
Haydon and Lagrin. French, Drawing, Oil and Decorative Painting, 
Miss Morley. Stenography, Miss Rand. Elocution, Miss Roach. 
Musical Drill, Mha Morley, Mrs Haydon and Misses Haydon. Pianr. 
forte. Miss Morley, Mrs Haydon, Charles R. Fish(?r, Esq., Mus. Bac. 
Organ, Charles R. Fisher, Esq , Mus. Brtc. Voice Culture, Miss Annie 
Louise Lugrin. Violin Herr Cakl Walt her. Class Singing, Miss A. 
L. Lugrin. Exi'n.iner for the London Colleqe, Francis C D. Bristowe, 
Esq. Harmony, Counterpoint and Form, Miss Morley, C. R. Fisher, 
Esq. Elementary, Theory and Musical History, Miss Dora Haydon. 



DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION, HALIFAX. 

This Institution which has been thirty-six years in operation is 
not an Asylum, but a School. It provides for the education of the 
deaf and dumb of the Maritime Provinces. Pupils from tho Province 
of Nova Scotia between the ages of eight and eighteen, arc admitted 
free. Both the Sign System and the Oral Method are enjployed in 
this School. Principal, James Fearon. 

President, Hon D. McN Parker, m.d, Secretan/, Rev. President 
Forrest, d. d. Treasurer, Andrew Mackinlay, Esq. 

The Principal of the Institution will feel thankful to clcrgymnn, 
physicians or others who can give him the names, ages and Post Office 
address of all uneducated deaf and dumb persons in their neighbor- 
hoods, in order that such may be brought within the reach of 
instruction. 



B. T. LePINE, 181 Barrington St., Halifax. Or«r two 



JTBNS at NOYA SCOTIA NUBSEBY, Lockman St, Halifax. 



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HALIFAX MEDICAL COLLEGE. 
The FACUi^Y -Alex PRekl^ m. d.. Emeritm Professor of 
Medicine and Profetsor of Medical Jurisprudence. Win. B Slavtcr 
M.D., Processor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Edward Farrell it d 
Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery. John Somers' m d"' 
Prnf:,:or of Medicine. JohnF. Black, m.d., Professor of Surgery and 
Clinical Surgery. George L. Sinclair, m. d.. Professor of Nervous 
Diseases and Insanity. Donald A. Campbell, n. d., Professor of 
Clinical Medicine and Therapeutics. A. W. H. Lindsay, M d Pro- 
essor of Anatomy. P. W. Goodwin, m.d., Professor of Materia Medica. 
M. A. Curry, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Children 
Stephen Dodge, m,d.. Professor of Opthalmolo^y and Otolo^. Murdoch 
Chisholm, m.d , Professor of Clinical Medicine. Norman F. Cunning- 
ham, MD.. Adjunct Professor of Surgery. G. Carleton Jones md 
Professor of DiscasesjofChildre,. George M. Campbell.M d., Professor 
of Histology. M. A. B. Smith, m d.. Class Instructor Prrrtical Medi- 
cine. W. D. Finn, m.d.. Demonstrator of Pathology. F. U. Anderson 
Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. C. E. Puttner, Instructor in 
Dispensing. John Stewart, m.d.. Lecturer on Pathological Ilistolopy. 
William Tobin, m.d., Professor of Laryngology and Rhinology, W. H. 
Ilattie, M.D., Lecturer on Bacteriology. Wallace McDonald, b.a., 
Lecturer on MedicalJurisprudence. A. I. Mader, m.d., Assistant Demons'- 
traior of Anatomy. Louis M. Silver, Lecturer on Histology, Chas D. 
Murray, Lecturer on Embryology. Thos. W. Walsh, m.d., Demonstra- 
tor of Anatomy. 

Extra McRAr. Lecturer. - George Lawson, Professor of 
Chemistry and Botany at Dalhousie College. 

The Session of 1894-95 began Oct. 1, 1894, ends May 4, 1895. 

Faculty of Pharmacy.— Avery F. Buckley, Lecturer on 
Pharmacy F. W. Goodwin, m.d., Lecturer on Materia Medica. G. 
M. Campbell, m.d., Instructor in Microscopy. Geo. Law»on, Ph. D 
etc., Professor of Chemistry and Botany. 
Examiner in Materia Medica and Botany. W. 
in Chemistry. 



Albert H. Buckley, 
H. Simpson, Examiner 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. 

BANKS. 

Bank Holidays.— On/ario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia — 
Now Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Queen's Birthday, 
Dominion Day, Dhbor Day, Christmas Day. 

The hours of business are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., except on Saturdays, 
when they close at 1 p.m. 

HALIFAX BANKING COMPANY. [Established 1825.] 

Capital $500,000 paid up. 

Robie Uniacke, (Prest), L. J. Morton, (V. P.) F D. Corbett, James 
Thomson, C. W.Anderson. Cashier, H. N.Wallace. Accountant, Geo 
A. Thompson. Clerks, S. H. Black, E. G. Shannon, G. W. Sterns, 
Geo. Lyde, J. TurnbuU, F. W. DeMille, F. B. McCurdy, C. Cady. 
Messenger, P. Smith. Discount days — Daily, except Saturday. 



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Agencies in Nova Scotia, Amherst, Antif^onish. Barrington, Bridge 
water, L<.ckeport, Lunenburg, New Glasgow, Parrsboro, Springhill, Truro, 
Canning, Windsor, Shelburne. In New Brunswick at Sackvilie, St. John. 



BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. [Established 1832.] 
Capital $1,500,000. Reserve Fund $1,(150,000. 

Directors, John DouU, (Prest), Adam Burns. (Vice-Preat), Jairus Hart, 
J. Y. Payzant, K. B. Seeton. (Cashier, Thos Fyshe. Inspector, D. 
Waters. Local Manager, H. A. Flemming. ActingAcuountant, J. Inirie. 
Tellers, W. S. Moure, W. T. Synions. Clerks, J. A. McLeod, \V. H. 
Tapper, S. G. Smith. A.E. Williams, S. W. aiabon, G. G Moffat, R. E. 
Mathfrs, L. Yeo, M. J. Fitzgeruld, C. H. Eassnn, R. U. Rowley, C. E. 
McL.iggiiii, J.Cameron. Messenger, George Anderson. Discount days 
— every week day except Saturday. 

Agencies in Nova Scotia at Amherst, Annapolis. Bridgetown, Stellarton 
and Weatville, Digby, Kentville, Liverpool, New Glasgow, Noith Sydney, 
Oxford, Pictou, Yarmouth. In New Brunswick at Campbellton, Chatham, 
Fredericton, Moncton, Newcastle, St. John, St. Stephen, St. Andrews, 
Sussex, VVoodstock. In P. E. Island at Charlottet'^wn and Summerside. 
In United Slates, Chicago. In Quebec, Montreal, P. Q. In Jamaica, 
W. I., Kingston. 



BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. [Established 1836.] ^ 
Capital, £1,000,000 Sterling. 

Head Office, London. Sec'y, A, G. Wallis. Head Office in the 
Dominion, Great St James Street, Montreal. General Manager, R. R. 
Grindley. Assistant General Manager, H. Stikeman. Inspector, E. 
Stanger. 

Halifax Bkanch — Manager, A. E. Ellis. Accountant, G. W. G. 
Bouner. Teller, A Harley. Clerks, C. Twining, H. H. Thompson, W. G. 
Cattanach F. D Henderson, L. Borradaile, V. G. Gray. Messenger, P. 
Popham. Discount daily. 

UNION BANK OF HALIFAX. [Established 1866.] 

Capital $500,000. 

Directors, Wm. J. Stairs, (Prest), Wm Robertson, (V. P.), Hon Robt 
Beak, Wm. Roche. John H. Symons, C. C. Blackadar, Wm. 
Twining. Cashier, E. L. Theme. Accountant, C. N. S. Strickland, 
Asst. Accountant, W. C. Harvey. Teller, R. G. Rent. Clerks, N. F. Bur- 
rows, J. M. Creighton, J. W. S. Grant, J. E. Smith, A. F. Little, A. E. 
Gentles. Messenger, R. E. Saunders. Agents — iJondon^ London and 
Westminster Bank; Montreal, Bank of Toronto; New York, National Bank 
of Commerce; Boston, Merchants' National Bank; S'. Johii's, Newfound- 
\ Und, Com. Bank of Newfoundland ; St. John, N. B., Bank of New 
j Brunswick; Neio Glasgow, R. C. Wright, Agent. Dartmouth, C. A. 
Robson, Agent. Annapolis, E. D. Arnaud, Age: ,. Noi'th Sydney, S. D. 
Boak, Agent. Little Glace Bay, A. D. McRae, Agent. Kentville, J. W. 
Borden, Agent. Liverpool, E. K. Mulhall, Agent. Disconnt days — every 
week day. 

MERCHANTS' BANK OF HALIFAX. [Established 1864.] 

Capital, $1,100,000 paid up. Reserve Fund, $600,000. 

Directors — Thos E. Kenny, m.p., (Prest), Thomas Ritchie, Vice 
Prest), H. G. Bauid, Hon. H. H. Fuller, M. Dwyer, Wiley Smith. 
Cashier, D. H. Duncan. Asst-Cashier, W. B. Torrance. Accountant, W. 
M. Butsford. Asst-Accountact, W. H. Clarke. Tellers, H. J. Gardner, 



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A. S. Burchell. Clerks GH.MacKenzie, William Meynell, F . Anderson, 
E. F, Smith, A. M. Smith. J. W. Banfleld, J. A. Turnbull. Messencer 
James Anderson, R. B. Richardson. Inspector, W. R. Uacey. Inspector's 
Clerk, J. F. Blagdon 

Agencies in Nova Scotia at Antigonish, Bridgewater, Guysboro', Lon- 
dondery, Lunenburg, Maitland, Pictou, Port Hawkesbury, Sydney, Truro 
Weymouth. In New Brunswick at Bathurat, Dorchester, Fredericton 
Kingston, Moncton, Newcastle, Sackville, Woodstock. In Prince Edward 
Island at Charlottetown, Summerside. In Quebec at Montreal. 



PEOPLE'S BANK OF HALIFAX. [Established 1864.] 
Capital, $700,000. Reserve, $160,000. 
Directors, P. O'Mullin, (Prest), James Eraser, (V. P.), William J. 
Coleman, Hon M. H. Richej', Charles Archibald. Cashier, John Knight. 
Inspector M. Henry Richey. Accountant, D. R. Clarke, Teller, R. A 
Woodill. Clerks, H. A. Bailey, F. A. Boraon,H. W. Curtis, B. F. Mackay 
A. B. Hood, W. B. Chisholin, C. E. Jubien, J. A. Irving. Messenger 
John Maguire. Agencies — Niwa Sco<ta— Lunenburg, WoltVille, Windsor 
Canso, North Sydney, Port Hood, North End (Halifax). New Bmnmick 
—Woodstock, Edmundston, Shediac. Q«c6ec— Fraservilie, Levis. 

BANK OF MONTREAL. 
Capital, $12,000,000. Reserve $6,000,000. 

Head OflSice, Montreal. President, Sir Donald A. Smith. General 
Manager, E. S. Clouston. Halifax Branch— Manager, F. M. Cotton. 

Branches— In Ontario: Almonte, Belleville, Brantford, Brockville, Chat- 
han, Cornwall, Deseronto Fort William, Goderich, Guelph, Hamilton, 
Kingston, Lindsay, London, Ottawa, Perth, Peterborough, Picton, Sarnia, 
Stratford, St. Mary's, Toronto, Wallaceburg. In New Brunswick: Chatham, 
Moncton, St. John. In Nova Scotia: Halifax. In Quebec: Montreal, 
Quebec. In N. W. T.: Calgary, Regina. In Manitoba: Winnipeg. In 
British Columbia: Vancouver, Vernon, Victoria, New Westminster. Nelson. 



ASSIST. REV. GEN. OFFICE AND DOMINION SAVINGS' BANK- 

This Office is in the Y. M. C. Assn. Building. Hours of attendance 
daily from 10 to 3 o'clock, except on Saturdays, close at 1 p. m. Ass. 
Kev. Gen'l. and Manager, Jno R.Wallace. Accountant and Teller A. R. 
G. Office, Lewis Parker. Savings' Hank Branch, Accountant, A. C. 
Johnston. Receiving Teller, J. H. Balcom. Paying Teller. J. f.Lithgow. 
Clerk, M. J. Ring. Agencies — Acadia Mines, George Romans. Amherst, 
C. H. Bent. Annapolis, W. M. DeBlois. Anchat, P. Gruchy. 
Barrington, F. W. Homer. Bt'idgewater, Wm. M. DuflF. Guysboro, 
Geo. E. Jost. Kentville, John Redden. Liveifool, Hobie S. Stems. 
Lunenburg, J. Moyle Rudolph. Maitland, C. P. McDougall. New 
Glasgow, John Cameron. Parrsboro, A. S. Townshend. Port Hood, 
E. D. Tremain. Pictou, Alex C. Baillie, Sherbrooke, Thos Campbell. 
Shelbwne, W. W. Atwood. Sydney, D. G. McDonald. Truro, C. E. 
Cutten. Wallace, J. W.Morris. Weymouth, N. B. Jones. Yarmouth, 
J. W. H.Rowley. 

BANK OF YARMOUTH. [Established 1864.] 
Capital, $400,000. 

Directors, L.E. Baker, (Prest). C E Brown, (V. P.) Hugh Cann, John 
Lovitt. Cashier, Thomas W. Johns. Accountant, H. G. Farish. Teller, 
Wm E. Periy. Clerk, E. W. B. Moody. 






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EXCHANGE BANK OF YARMOUTH. [Established 1869.] 
Capital, $280,000. 
Directors, Kobt Caie, (Prest), J. H. Killam, (V. P.) N. B. Lowis, R. 
B. Law, Win. L. Lovitt. Cashier, Alex S. Murray. Teller, T. V. B. 
Bingay, jr. 



COMMERCIAL BANK OF WINDSOR. 

[Established 1866.] Capital $500,000. 

Directors, Godfrey P. Payzant, (Prest), Wra Diraock, And^e^/ P. 
Shand, John Keith,' Clarence H. iJiniock. Cashierj Walter Lawson. 
Teller, Lewis E. Dimock. Accountant, Robert H. Pauhn. Clerks, Edwd 
R. Reid, Frank DeW. Soloan, Hugh E. Moshpr, Vernon Kville. Solicitors, 
Blanchard k Morse. Branches — Midd!et4in, N. S., S. E Marshall, Acting; 
Agent. Truro, N. S., C. A. Armstrong, Agent. 



Bankers and Brokers. 

Farqithau, Forrest & Co., 

W. L. LOWKLL & Co., - .--.-. 
J. C. Mackintosh, 



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165 Do. 

166 Do. 



Insurance Companies and Agencies. \ 

MABir^E. 

Nova Scotia Marine Insurance Co., (Ltd). — Hon A. G. Jones, 
(Prest), Geo Mitchell, (V. P.) Directors, John Doull. D. McPherson, 
Wni Robertson, Geo. R. Hart, GeoflFrey Morrow. Sec'y, John Strachan, 
54 Bedford Row. 

Western Assurance Company. — Head Office, Toronto. Capital, 
$800,000. J. F. Kenny, General Agent for Maritime Provinces, Bedford 
Row. 

British and Forkign Marine Insurance Co. of Liverpool, G. B. 
—Capital fully subscribed, $5,000,000. J. T. Twining & Son. Agents, 
No. 22 Bedford Row. 

Relianck Marink Insurancb Company, Limitbd,— J. T. Twin- 
ing & Son, Agents, No. 22 Bedford Row. 

Boston Marine Insurance Co.mpany.— J. Taylor Wood, Agent, 70 
Bedford Row. 

Insurance Co. of North America, of Philadelphia (Marine 
Branch). — Capital, $3,000,000 ; surplus $5,364,725.17. J. F. Kenny, 
General Agent, 6 Prince Street. 

Avon Marine Insurance Company, Windsor — Directors, J. A. 
Shaw. George W. Churchill, S. G. Black, J. M. Smith. Sec'y and Treas, 
D. P. Allison. Auditors, J. E. Curren,G. P. Payzant. 

Windsor Marine Insurance Company, Windsor — Directors, G. P 
Payzant, (Prest), Jno Stirling, Captain Thomas Ay I ward. A, P. Shand, 
John Keith. Sec'y and Treas., W. H. Blanchard. Auditors, William 
Dimock, John M. Smith, 

Shipowners Marine Insukancb Company of Windsor— (Limited- 
Directors, Mark Curry. (Prest ), Clarence H. Dimock. (V. P.), C. DeW 
Sm**h, Geo Mounce, Wm H. Mosher. Sec'y, Allen Haley. Auditors, A., 
P. .^dand, John M. Smith. 

Mannheim Insuuance Co— Capital, $2,000,000. Grant Oxley & Co. 
Brokers. 
North Queensland. — Russell Twining, Agent, Bedford Row. 



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Hampax Fire Insurancr Company— Authorized Capital, $400,000. 

/T>_- .L» i.T r, . ,-.,«. ^^ yy^ Anderson, 

Bau'd. Sec'y, Thomas 



Directorsj RobieJJnUcke, (Prest), ^Y: ??che^ (V. P.), 



W. Twining, H. D. Blackadar, John McNab, H. G 
Goudge. 

Acadia Firh Insurance Company — Capital $400,000. Directors, Hon 
Robt Boak, (Prest), Hon A. G.Jones, Wra J. Coleman, Geo Mitchell, C. C 
Blackadar, Donald Keith. Sec'y, Jno H. Harvey, Bedford Row. 

Eastern Assuranok Company of Canada.— Capital f 1,000.000. 
Jno Doull, President ; Chas D. Cory, Managing Director ; C. C. Hole, 
Asst Secretary. Office, Duke Street. 

United Fire Insurance Co. of Manciiestrr, T?ng. Shortt & McGhee, 
Agents, 135 Hollis St. 

Alliance Assurance Company of London, Eno.— Office, corner 
Pr-uce Street and Bedford Row J. F. Kenny, Agent. 

Insurance Company op North Amkhioa, (Fikk Branch), ok 
Philadelphia.— Organized 1792. Assets, S8,951,518. Alfred J. Bell, 
Hollis St. 

National Fire Assurance Company ok Ireland, Dublin.— 
Established 1822. Capital, £1,000,000, stg. Alfred J. Bell, Agent, Hollis 
Street. 

Atlas Fire Insurance Co. of London.— A. J. Bell. Agen, Hollis St. 

Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, of Manciie.stkr, G. B. — . 
Capital, $15,000,000. H. W. Ward, Agent, 93 Granville St. 

Imperial Fire Ins, Comp'y of London — Capital £1,600,000. stg* 
Agent, J. F. Kenny. Prince Street. 

Ph(bnix Insurance Company op Hartford Conn.— Wm. Duffus, 
Agent, 93 Granville Street. 

Connecticut Fire Insurance Company op Hartford.— Capital, 
^1,000,000. W. J. G. Thompson, Agent. 

Phoenix Fire Ins. Comp'y op LoNDON—Agent, C. J. P. Clarkson, 
91 Hollis Street. 

.^TNA Insurance Comp'y op Hartford, Conn. — Incorporated 1819 
Charter Perpetual. Assets »7,000,000. Agents, VV. L. Lowell & Co., 
Hollis street. 

British America Fire Assurance Company.— Assets $1,200,000.— 
Agent, C. J. P. Clarkson, 91 Hollis Street. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn.— Assets, 
$3,456,020.— Agents, W. L. Lowell & Co. 

Northern Fire Ins. Comp'y of London and Aberdeen — Capita^ 
£3,000,000 stg. Agent, J. F. Kenny, Bedfr)rd Row. 

Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company — 
Unlimited liability. Assets, $38,814,125. C. J. Wylde, 129 Hollis St. 

Commercial Union Assurance Company, of Cornhill, London. 
Capital, £2,500,000. John Duffus, Agent at Halifax, 5 Prince Street 

Western Assurance Company op Toronto.— Faulkner & Co., Agents 
for N. S., 154 Hollis Street. 

Manchester Fire Assurance Company op England.— Faulkner 
& Co., Agents, 154 Hollis Street. 

Scottish Union National Insurance Co.— W. L. Lowell & Co, 
Agent, Hollis St. 

Caledonian Insurance Co. — W. L. Lowell & Co . , Agents, Hollis 
Street. 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society— Agent,C. J. P. Clarkson 



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Phbnix Insurance Co. of Brooklyn, Ni^w Yokk. — Russell 
Twining, Agent. 

North British and Mekcantilk Fire and Life Insurance Com- 
pany.— W. L. Lowell &Co., Agents, HoUis St. 

Royal Fire and Life Insurance Company of England.— 
Farquhar, Forrest & Co., Agents, 173 Uollis St 

Queen Fire InsuranceCompany.—C A. Evans, Resident Secretary, 
177 Uollis St. 

Quebec Firk Insurance (Company— J. T. Twining & Son, Bedford 
Row. 

Union Assurance Society of London. — Alfred Shortt, Agent, 
HoUis Street. 



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Canada Life Assurance Company- (Hamilton, Ontario.) 169 
Hollls Street. VV. B. Ferrie, Sec'y, P. Mcl^rren, Gen Agent. 

Confederation Life Association of Canada — F. W. Greene, 
Manager, 166 Ilollis St. 

Standard Life Ass. Comp'y— Agent, Alfred Shortt, Hollis Street. 

Life Association of Scotland — Sec'y, Jno H. Harvey, Bedford Row. 

Connecticut Mutual Life Ass. Comp'y op Hartford, Conn. — 
Local Agents for Halifax, W. L. Lowell & Co., 165 Hollis Street. 

The Equitable Life Ass. Soc'y op the United States — B. A. 
Fielding, General Agent for Maritime I'rovinces. 

British Empire Mutual Life Ins. Co. —John DufTus, Agent. Office, 
5 Prince Street. 

North American Life Insurance Company— G. E Lavers, Pro- 
vincial Mandger, HuUis St. 

New York Life Insurance Co. — \V. A. Irving, Manager. W, 
Somers, Cashier. 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Company of Maine— John Kenyon, 
Manager, 177 Hollis St. 

London AND Lancashire Life Assurance Company, of London, 
England.— J. Fraser Cameron, General Agent, 154 Hollis Street. 

iETNA Life Insurance Company— Agent, C. F. Reynolds, Hollis St. 

Star Life Insurance Society of London— J. II. Harvey, 58 Bed- 
ford Row. 

Federal Life Insurance Co— M. B. Ileustis, Agent, Prince St. 

Mutual Life Insurance Co op New York— J. A. Johnson, General 
Manager, Hollis St. 

Manufacturer's Life Insurance Co — J. B. Paton, Agent, Gran- 
ville St., (Life and Accident.) 

Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada. — Assets, $2,473,- 
614.19. Alfred J. Bell, Agent, Hollis St., Halifax, N. S. 

Providknt Savings' Life Assurance Society of New York- J, 
K. Albro, A. £. Harrington, General Agents for Nova Scotia. 



B. T. LePINE, 181 Barrlogton St., Halifax. In Watch 



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FIRE. LIFE AND ACCCIDENT. 

TlIK TkAVKLLEUS' LlKK AN1> AOCIOKNT In8. CoMP'Y <»K HaRTFOUD 

Conn.— General A^ent for Nova Scotia and I'rince Edward Island GeorKe 
W. Jones, Lower VVuter St. ' 

AcciuKNT Insuranck COMPANY OF CANADA. — Capital $250 000" 
Local Board of Directors, W. J . Stairs, T. K Kenny, Adam Burns. Agent' 
J. Kraser Cameron, 154 Holiis Street, Halifax. 

Norwich & London Accidknt Ins. Association.— Esfab. 1856 
Capital, £200,000 stg. Alfred Miortt, Agimt, 135 Mollis St. 



GUABANTBE. 

GiTAiiANTEK COMPANY OF NouTH Amerioa. — Ed. RawlinL'f (Prest.) 
Directors, Thomas E. Kenny, William J. Stairs, Adam Burns.' J. C. 
Mackintosh, Agent, 135 Mollis Street. 

LoN!>oN Guarantee and Accident Company, London— Acents, W 
L. Lowell & Co, Mollis Street. 



PLATE GLASS. 

Canada Accident Assurance Co., of Canada.— Capital. SIOOO.COO- 
Alfred J. Bell, Agent, Mollis St. i . t^ , . 

Lloyd's Plate Glass Ins. Co. of New York. Car^h Capital, 
$250,000. Russell Twining, agent, Bedford Row. 

Dominion Plate Glass Ins Co. Montkeal— Agent M. W. Ward. 
93 Granville St. 

MoNGENAis, BoiviN & Co., MONTREAL— Agent. C. J. P. ClarksoD, 
Halifax. 

Steam Boiler ani> Plate Glass Ins. Co., op Canada. — Alfred 
Shortt, Agent, 135 Mollis Street. 



Mercantile Companies. 



Halifax Board of Trade — President, G. J. Troop; Vice-Presi- 
dents, Jas, Morrow. Michl. Dwyer ; Treas., H. G. Bauld ; Council, E. G. 
Kenny, Geo. Mitchell, J. A. Chipman, W. J. Stewart, A. E. Curren, 
J. E, DeWolf, A.M. Payne, J. W. Allison, M. 1). McKenzie, A. P. 
Silver, L. G. Power, John Pugh, W. A. Black, Geof. Morrow. A. Stephen. 
Charles M. Creed, Secretary 

Acadia Sugar Refining Co— J . F. Stairs, Chairman. T. E. Kenny, 
Wiley Smith, James Thomson, J. L. Harris, J. A. Humphrey and iN.essrs. 
Gillies.Cox and Brand, (Scotland), Directors. 8e&y, T. M. Cutler. Office, 
235 Mollis Street 

•Maritime Commercial Traveller's Association.— President, 
Ed wd. Stairs; Secretary, G. E. Faulkner. The object of this Association is 
to secure, as far as possible, all the concessions and benefits, which, as a 
collective body, they are capable of obtaining, the general advancement, 
welfare and interests of its members, whether for mutual support, protection, 
information or provision. 

Nova Scotia Permanent Benefit Building Societi' and Savings 
Fund — President, J. Walter Allison. Sec'y and Treas., Chas H. 
Longard. Office, Mollis Street. 



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Eastern Canada Savings and Loan Co.— Samuel Brookflold, Pres- 
ident; J. A. Clark, Mrtnagcr and Secretary, 104 Ilollis St. 

Thk StauuManukactuuino Company — Capital $200,000. Works at 
Dartmouth. Directors, .James C. Mackintosh, (Preat), Thomas Ritcliio. 
(Vice-Prest.), F. H. Oxiey, G. E. Faulkner, K. D. Adams. Manager 
and Secretary, II. Goudge. Office, Dartmouth, N. S. 

Halifax Gas Company— (Capital $400,000.^ Prest., D. Farrell. 
Directors, J. H. Symons, Thoa Kitcliie, C. C. ulackader, G. E. Boak 
D. Keith L. J. Hesslein. Manni^er, liobt. Baxter. Secretary, R. A.' 
Maclntyre. Clerks, J. A. Ritchie, W. V. Murray. 

Acadia Powdkr Company (Ltd.) — Directors, T. R. Gue, (Prcst), 
T. C. Brainerd, Dwiglit Brainerd. Superintendent, B. C. Wilson. C. J. 
Wylde, Secretary and Treasurer, 129 liollis St. 

Thk Tuuro Condknskd Mil and Canning Company — D. II. 
Muir, M.D., President. John D. Mackay, Sec'y^and Treas. 

Yarmouth Building and Loan Socikty— Secretary and Treasurer, 
B. E. Rogers. 

Co-opKRATivE Deposit and Loan Society of YAR'ToirTii.— Sei'y 
Treas, S. B. Murray ; Solicitor, E. H. Armstrong. 

Nova Scotia Telephone Co.— Directors, B. W. Chipmnn» 
President ; Rohio Uniackfl, Vice-President; W. 0. Delaney, C. F. Siso 
R. L. Borden, C. F. Frasor. C. E. Harris, Secretary and Manager. 

•» Truro Board of Trade. — President, G. Clish ; Vice-Presidknt^ 

I C.¥.. Bentley, E. E. McNult ; Sec'y and Treas,, Goo. Hall. 

COAL m:ines. 

Board of Examiners op Colliery Officials.— Edwin Gilpin.jr of 
Halifax: James Hudson, of Pictou; Henry S. P.iole, of Stellnrton; Wm. 
Hall, of Sprint:hill; Wm. Routledge, of Reserve Mines; A. B. McGillivrav, 
Glace Bay; H.'Y. Mitchell, Bridgeport, J. W. Campbell, Springhill; N. II. 
Nicholson, Stcllarton. 

Canada Coals and Railway Co., (Lt'd), Joggins, Cumberland Co.— 
A. Dick, Managing Director. R. Archibald, Manager. 

CuMBi£RL4\D R. R. & CoAL Co., SPRING HiLL MiNES. —General 
Manager, J. R. Cowaus. Manager, C Hargrcaves, Springhill, Cumber- 
land Co. 

Intercolonial Coal Mining Company — Agent, C Fergie, West- 
ville, Pictou Co. 

Acadia Coa;. CoMPANY,(Lt'd).— President, J. W. Clendenin. Agent, 
H.S.Poole, Stellarton. (Embracing the Acadia, Vale, and Halifax Coal 
Companies ) 

Dominion Coal Company, (Limited). — Embracing the Gowrie, 
Caledonia, Glace Bay, International, Reserve, Gardner and Bridgeport 
Collieries. General Manager, D. Mackeen, m.p., Glace Bay. President, 
H. M. Whitney. Secretary, B. F. Pearson, Halifax, N. S. Manager at 
Halifax, M. R. Morrow. 

Boston and Cape Breton Coal and Railway Co., (Lt'd). — Sec'y, 
A. C. Ross, North Sydney. 

General Mining Association, — (Sydney Colliery.)— Manager, Richd 
H. Brown, Sydney Mines, 0. B. Agents, Cunard & Morrow, Halifax. 

Inverness Coal, Iron and Railway Company. — Agent, W. H. 
Wiswell, Halifax. 

New Campbellton Coiliery.— J. F. Burch.ell, Sydney, C B. 

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Corporation— City of Halifax. 

J/«yor— Michael E. Kcefe, Esq. 

Ward No 1, W. J. Stewart, O. Morrow, J. M. Geldcrt , Jr. 

2, Win. Dennis. A. W. Redden, W. IJ. Wnllace. 

8, T. Mitchell, J. T. Hamilton, P. M. Duiriran. 

4, John F. Ryan, E. O'DonnolI, A. Hiibley. 

6, M. T. Foster, Win. McKatridtfc, F. Edon. 

6, Saul Mosher, C. W. Oiithit, f. Urcighton. 
Recorder, Wm F. MacCoy, q.c. 
Treasurer, Win. L. Brown. 
Collector, Robt Theakston. 
Avditor, John A. Bell. 
City Clerk, H-jnry Trenaman, 

Assistant Clerics, L. F. Monaghan, William J.Nisbet, Win.R. Ilamiltoo. 
City Medical Officer, Thomas Trenaman, M.n. 
Clerk of License, Robt Theakston. 
Inspector of License, H. H. Banks. 

Chief Assessor, S. R. Phelan; Assistants, J. P. Cairns, W. W. Foster. 
Board of Health, Dr N. E. McKay ( Chairman), Aid. Eden, Aid. Ilubley, 
Dr. C. D. Murray, W, H. Neal. N. Meagher, Secretary. 

Water Inspector — J. E. Burns. 
Health /nspec^or— Nicholas Meagher. 
Foreman of Streets— John McDonald. 
Foreman of Water Works— Kvan Morrison. 
Caretaker'of Ci'y Property — Thos Spelman. 

Measurers of Salt and Grain— D. J. Smith, ( Supervisor), James 
Mitchell, Maurice McDonnell, John Ileenan, R. D'Arcy, J. K. Wetmore. 

Measurers of CortZ— Simon Cummins, {Supervisor'), Thomas Isles. Thomas 
B. Shaw, A. ^. Smith, Robt Woodill, Wm. R Cogswell, George Grono. 

Surveyor of Lumber — William Holland. 

' Inspectors of Painters* Woi-k — John E. M. Taylor and David Roche. 

Inspectors of Mason Work — Samuel Marshall, John Cawsey. 

Gooernor City Prison, William Murray; Matron, Mrs. Wm. Murray ; 
Under-keepers, William Higlott, D. E. Keating, J. M. Anderson. Messen- 
ger, Daniel McDonald. 

Supt Poors* Asylum — James H. Dow. Matron, Mrs. J. H. Dow. Secre- 
tary, B. Mulcahv. 

Weighers of Hay, Thos. E. Keating, W. McC. Boak, R. Currie> 
J. P. Inglis, Arthur J. Brady. 

Keeper of Cemetery, Alex. MacDougall. 
Janitor of City Hall — John Spruin . 
Fence Viewer — William T. Horton. 
Sealer of Leather. — Jeremiah Barnstead. 
Pound Keepers — John Punch, G. W. Bowser. 
Keeper of Dog Pound— Thomas Bushell. 

Committees of City Council. 

Public Accounts — Aldermen Mosher, ( Chairman), Stewart, Redden, 
Hamilton, Hubley, Foster. 

Police — His Worship the Mayor, {Chairman), Aid. McFatridge, The 
Chief of Police. 

Cemetery — Aldermen Hubley, ( Chairman), Geldert, Redden, Mitchell. 
McFatridge, Mosher. 



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/.lArarw— Aldermen Wallace, (Cltairman), Geldert, Duggan, O'Donuoll, 
FoHter, ftloHlier. 

City Privm— Aldermen McFatrid^^e, ( Chairman), Qeldert, Dennii* 
Mitchell. Kjran, ''reighton. 

lioardoj Fire K»capei—k\Awva<in Hubley,(C%rtirman), Ryan, Hamilton. 
Tenrferf— Aldermen Morrow, ( CTkoirtnan), Wallace, Hamilton, O'Dunnoll 
FoHter. Outhit. ' 

Laws and PrivUegea -Aldermen Wallace, ( Chairman), Morrow, Hamil- 
ton, Hiibley, Foster, Mosher. 

Backs, Trucks and Omn»6uM««— Aldermen Stew.trt, ( Chairman), Dunnin, 
Diiggan, Hubley, McFatridgo, MoHher. 

CAoritiM— Aldermen Dennis, ( Chairman), Stewart, Dug({an, O'Donnell, 
Eden, Creighton. 

Board of Firewards and Commissioners— WAevtMn Ryan, C Chairmitn ), 
Morrow, Dennis, Hamilton, McFatridge, MoHlier; Joseph D. Murnhv' 
Capt. U.E. C. 

Department of City Worka. 

His Worship the Mayor. Knqineer. F. W. W. Doane. Clerk of Worh 
W. F. Keilly. Asst. Clerk of Works, J. J. Hopewell. ' 

JBoard of Commissioners for Point Pleasant Park. 

John DduII, Esq, ( Chairman), Prof. Geo. Lawson, Judge Graham, 
William J. Stairs, Esq.. Michael Dwyer, Esq.. His Worship the Mayor, 
Aldermen Geldert, Redden, Diiggan, liyan, McFatridge, Outhit. 

Commissioners for Halifax 06mmon. 

Aldermen Mitchell.C cAotrffirm) Geldert, Redden, Ryan, Eden, Creighton. 
Matthew Scanlan. Esq., {Vice- Chairman), Charles S. Lane, (Secretary), 
W. F. Pickering, Esq., M. J. Conrjy Esq., 

Police. 

St^endiary Matfistrate, Geo. H. Fieldiug. 

City Marshal, Garret Cotter. Chief of Police, John O'SuIIlvan. Dejmty 
Chief of Police, Charles Niclcerson. 

Police Sergeants, Nicholas Power, (Detective), Caleb Nickerson, 
Bartholomew Dillon, Jos. McNally, Wm Collins, Thomas Condon, John 
Baker. 

Policemen, Thos Kline, Reuben Shaw, John Whalen, Matthew Sullivan, 
John Nickerson, Andrew Sullivan, Timothv Sullivan, Patrick MacCaroy, 
John Goldin, Frederick Blakeney, Geo. Kuhn, R. I^ehan, P. Kingston, 
Jno W. Baker, Robt Pace, Steph'^en Nickerson, Maurice McKonnii, Louis 
Nickerson, James M. Brackett, John Fitzpatrick, F. Hanrahan, W. Bayer, 
Clarence Northover, Thomas Watohorn. D. C. Wilson. William A. Mont, 
Daniel A. Gillis, W. Hamlin, Neil Ross, John A. Rudland, Wm J. Doyle, 
Tho8 Ryan, Louis Lovett, John E. North, Edward Power. 

The Cxiy Civil Court, presided over by the Stipendiary Magistrate, 
(having jurisdiction of sums up to $80), is held in the Police Court, City 
Hall, on "the second ».m\ fourth Wednesday of every month. 

Tlie Police Office is open every week day, from 10 to 3 o'clock, (except 
on Saturday, when it closes at 1 p.m.) The administration of Police and all 
executive powers of the corporation is vested in the Stipendiary Magistrate. 



Citizens' Free Library. 

The gifl of the late Hon Sir Wm Young, Kt., City Hall, 
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Town of Dartmouth. 

Mayor.— Wm H. Sterns. 

CovvciurnHB.— Ward 1,0. W. Young, J. W. A lion ; Ward 2 N F 
CunnJnffham, m. p., M. A. B. Smith, m. d.; Ward 3, A. C. Johnston 
Frank Hyde. Preiidimj Councillor, A. C. Johnnton. 

Standlns Oommltteei. 

Public Accounts, Financk and Tkndkhs Councillors Johnston 

(Chairman), Cunningham, Allen. ' 

Public PBorKRTY, Koads and Sthkets.— Councillors Cunnincham 
(Chairman), Young, Johnfcton. ' 

PoLiCK AND LICKN8K8— Councillors Hyde, (Chairman,) Smith, Allen. 

FiRK, Pumps and Wklls— Councillors, Young, (Chairman^ Cunning- 
ham, Hyde. 

Poor, Lunatics and OvvRSRRns of Poor.— Councillors Allen, (Chair- 
man), H)'de, Smith. 

On Akbitration re Municipal Asskssmknts.— The Mayor, Coun- 
cillors Smith, Allen, Hyde, Young. 

Water AND Skwkragk— Smith, (Chairman), Young, Hvde. 

Board ok School (yOMMiwaioNEMs.— Councillors Smith, "(Chairman), 
Youn,< and Hyde, Charles H. Harvey, Chas S. Lane. 

Commissioners of Dartmouth Park. — The Mayor, Councillors, 
Johnston and Allen, J. W. Allison, J. W. Tufts. 

Dartmouth Ferry Commission.— -The Mayor, (Chairman), Council- 
lors Johnston and Cunningham ; B. A Weston, Geo. J. Troop, Geo. Stairs. 

Stipendiary Magistrate and .ikcorder— B. Ruaaell. q. c. 

Deputy " " •' Wm. U. Foster. 

Town Clerk and Treasuricr.— Allrtd Elliotf. 

Chief of Police, Pound-keeper, Health Warden and Health 
Inspector — Wm. McKenzie. 

Policeman, Pound- keeper, Health Warden and Health Inspec- 
tor.- -D. Brennan. 

Chief Inspector of Licenses.— Wm. McKenzie. 

Assessors.— J. Howe Austen, Alex Lloy, J. W. Tufts. 

SuPT. OP Streets and Water Works W. L Bishop. 

Auditors— Geo. Foot, Walter Cr.ighton. 

Fire Wards.— Councillor Young, (Chairman), R. Edgecomb, S. B. 
Dares. 

Fire Constables.— Wm Tierney, Jas. T. Settle, John Crook. 

Public Measurers.— A. S. Wolfe, H. Silver. 

Public Weighers. — Samuel Thomson, R. Simmonds, James 
Cameron . 

Surveyors of Lumber.- Henry Moseley, S. B. Dares. 

Fence Viewers. — Wui. Dillman. Henry Silver. 

Keeper South-End Pound. — George Veck. 

Revisors Electoral Lists.— Thos. Mott, G. H. Craig, F. Scarfe. 

Municipal Civil Court. 
Is held at the Town Hall every Monday at 10 o'clock, a.m. 

Fire Engine Co. (Established 1822). Capt, James Harrison. Scry, 
J. 8. Warner. Treaa, Wm Brandis. lit Lieut, J. E. Whidden. 2m</ 
Lieuts, D. Keddy, George W. Jackson. Meets on first Monday of each 
month. 

AxB AND Ladder Co. (Established 1865). Capt, Angus McDonald. 
Ut Lieut, W. C. Whidden. Sec'y, John E. Walker. Treas, M. Dunn, 
Meets on first Tuesday of each month. 

Union Protection Co. (Organized 1876). Capt, C McNab. Secy, 
H. D. Creighton. Treas, C. E. Peveril. 1st Lieut, C. Elliot. 2nd Lieut, 
G. A. Sterns.. Meets on second Thursday of each month. 



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Annapolis Royal. 

Maitor. — Hugh Evan Gillis. 

CouNcir.LORe.— J. P. Edwnrdn. W, M, DeBloli, A, H. Reirdon, A. M. 
Kinp, E. M. Anderson, CharleH ^ Monro@> 

Stipendiary Magistrate,— Frad, Ltavitt. 

Town Olebk and TREAsuitRit.^R, J. Uniacko. 

School Commissioners,— John W. RunelmAti, James E. Crowe, H. E 
Gillis, A. M. King, W. M. deniol«. 

Municipal Court Tebms.— Second »itd feiirth Tueiday or each month. 

Amherst. 

MAToa— N. Curry. 

Stip. >;'aot8tp.\tb and RE0ORnp»='J, M©dl§y Townp,hond. 
Clrrk and Trkasubeb— W. Frert«rlek Donkin. 
Codnoillors — E. Cnrren, Wm, M, lid»d, John Bryenton, C. S. 
Gbxpman, A. J. Christie. 

Antigonlsh. 

Mayor— A. M. Cnnningharo. 

Recorder and BTiPFNni ART MAar»TB4TB=W, V. McPhie. . 
Town Clerk and Thbasur«k— Rupert Ouiitilfighfttn. \ 

OoDNOiUiORS— A. M. CunniuBfhani, John M «tT)f»ttttld, Patrick Floyd, 
Wm, R. Cunuinghim, Allan MoDofiftUl and Ffi^d R Trotter, 

DIgby. 

RfATOR- J. Edgar Jonss, M. D, 

Town Clerk Treasurer and Unanm^fun^A, V, Wade. 
Stipendiarv— John Holdsworfch, Jiid^^e Vrnhate. 
Councillors -I'insley Stailiui?, Bydne/ Wood, Jtio, F. Saunders.Geo, 
Bishop, Howard B. Alien, Orbln Bi>rotiI, 

Kentville. 

Mayor.— James W, R>an, 
RKCCRnKtt.— Barclny Webster, 
Clerk.— Frank H. ISaton. 

Councillors.— Fred. A, Mflraturn, John Carrol', R. W. Eaton, 
Chas. F. Nixon. Chas. F. Rockwell, l*. K. Lloyd. 



Lunenburg. 



Mayor— S, Watson Oxner. 

Councillors— Warrf 1. David Smith, Wm, A. }5wloker. Ward 2, 
Allan R. Morash, J, Frank Hall. Ward .'1, J. Wm. Young, Chas. 
Hewitt. 

Rkcouder and STiPENDiABY-S'iniud a. Cliotdoy. 

Town Clerk and TREAsuHEft-tieor^fu ft, Lovo. 



New Glasgow. 



Mayor -Wm A. Macintosh, 

CoUNriLix>B8— H'irMvi 1, .John J, Orilfit, A. Torrent Frascr; Ward 2, 
P, A. McGregor, Jas Eastwood; WarU'^, W. M. MocKenzie, F, H.Parker. 
Recordkk — George Putterson. 
Stipendiary Maoistkatb— Ja» Roy, 
Town Clkrk and Tkeasurku— A. M- Frasw, 
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nr. . ,, . Parrsboro'. 

Mayor— F. A. Rand. 

OouNOiHiORH— Andrew NichoUs, T. J. Sullivan, Charles O'Neil, 
John E. Dickenson, J. G. Aikman, Wolls Cole 
SiiPENniARY Magistrate— Charles McCrvbe, j. r. 
Clerk and Treasurer— N. H. Upham. 



Mayor— Daniel Sutherland. 



Pictou. 




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Stellarton. 

MAYOh - JftTnes Mitchell. 
Stipendiar-; Magistrate, Town Clerk and Treasurer— D. Gray. 

Councillors— R. S. Falconer, Wni. G. Miller, John McQuarrie, 
Hector ftlcKinnon, H. R. Munioe, John Ferguson. 

Engineer and Superintendent op Stbeets— Wm C. McDonald. 

Assessor- Joseph Clish. 

Constable— Wm. Tupper. 

Spring Hill. 

Mayor. — Wm. Conway. 

Councillors.— ITarti 1, A. A. McKinnon, A. D.Ferguhon ; Ward 2, 
J. W. Wilson. Chas. Simpson ; Ward 3, W. B. Wilson, B. B. Paul. 
Clerk.— Daniel McLeod. 

Truro. 

Mayor.— R. J. Turner 

Councilors. -- Ward 1, Jas Smith, A. R(<nni« ; Ward 2, H. T. 
Harding, E. H. Giadwin; Ward S, A. J. Watson, A. C. McKenzie. 
Town Clkrk and Trkasurkr.— W. D. McCallum. 

Westville, 

Mayor.— George E. Munro. Councillors.— Donald Haymnn. Thos. 
Hale, Mark Conners, John Brown, F. H. S. Calneck, Daniel Mcintosh. 
Stip. Magistrate.— Robt M.Langille. Town Clerk ajd Trkasurkr — 
Alex W. McBean. 

Windsor. 

Warden. — Chas S. Wilson. 

Councillors.- FTard 1, J. W. Curry, E N. Dimock; TFrtrrf2, Joshua 
N. Smith, C. DeW. Smith ; Wards, Wm Curry, Wm. O'Brien. 
Recorder and Stipendiary Magistrate. — W. M. Christie. 
Town Clkrk. — J. C. Geldeit. 

Wolfvllle. 

Mayor — Dr. E. P. Bowles. 

Town Council— George Thomson, Clarence H. Boiden, Everett W. 
Sawyer, Geo. W. Borden, J. B. Davison and C. R. H. Starr. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer— Frank A. Dixon. 
S^iPENDiAHY Magistrate and Recorder— E. Sidney Crawley. 

Yarmouth, 

Mayor.- -Jnmes Hurrill. 

Councillors.— Geo. W. Johnson, Jos. H. Cann, N. B. Lewis, A. F. 
Stoneman, B. B. Law, G. G. Sanderson. 
Recorder— Thomas E. Corning. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer— Hiram Goodey. 



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Port Hawkesbury. 

Mayor— Frederick L. M. Paint. 

CouNciLLons— John J. Hennessy, J. W. Kyte, E. 0. Embree, 
John Mclntyie, John McTavish, Wm. Dutf 
Stipendiary Maoisthatb— G. O, Forsyth. 
Clehk— Charles Reeves. 

Sydney, 0. B, 

Mayor. — C. H. Harrington. 

CouNCitxoRd. — Jainea Townscnd^ Ronald Gillis, Danl. McDonald, 
Ken McKinncn, John McLellan. 
Stipendiary Magistrate. — Fred Moseley. * 

Recorder— J. H. Hearn. 
Town Clerk and Treasurer. — ^J. C. Townsend. 

North Sydney, 0. R 

Mayor.— Wm. Purves. 

Councillors.- D. Rudderham, I). D. McKenzie, Andw. Nesbit, W. 
F. Tutty, John Vooght, R. Musgrave, Joseph McPherson and Anthoiiy 
Town Clkrk and Trkaburkr. — John N. Armstrong. [Gannon. 
Stip. Magistratb.— Blowers Archibald. 

Sydney Mines, 0. B. \ 

Mayor.— R. H. Brown. 

Councillors.— John A. McNeil, James Francis, Wm. Carr, Thomas 
Peck, L. W. Johnstone, M. n., Henry Vickers. 
Stipkndiary Magistratr.— David Hartigan. 
Town Cluuk and Treasurer. — John Carey. 

NOVA SCOTIA NEWSPAPERS. 



Acadian, Wolfville. 

Acoilia Athenaeum, Wolfville. 

Acadian Keconler, Halifax. 

Advance, Liverpool. 

Advertiser, Kentvilie. 

Advocat«, Fictou, * 

Advocate, Sydney, C. D. 

Amherst Gazette, Amherst. 

Amherst News, Amherst. 

Anna^lis Spectator, Annapolis. 

Argus, Lunenburff. 

Budifet, Shelburne. 

Bulletin, BridKewator. 

Bulletin, Port Hawksbury. 

Canadian Voice, Amherst. 

Conso Breeze, Oanso. 

Casket, Antigenish. 

Colchester Sun, Truro. 

Colunial Standard, Fictou. 

Critic, Halifax. 

Dalhousic Uazette, Halifax. 

Dljirby Weekly Courier, Digby. 

Digby Telegram, Digby. 

Eastern Chronicle, New Glasgow. 

Eastern Journal, Port Hawkeobury. 

Enterprise, Bridgewater. 

Enterprise, New Ghsgow. 

Echo, Ualifiix. 

Rvi-nu)g M?.iT, Halifax. 

Forward, Vi'indsoi. 

Free Press, Weymouth. 

Gold Huntier, Caledonia, Queens. 

Guysboru Gazette, Guysuoro. 



Hants Journal, Windsor. 

Hontsport Advance, Hantsport. 

H'iadlight, Truro. 

Herald, North Sydney, C. B. 

Herald, Halifax. 

ricrald, Yarmouth. 

Island Reporter, Sydney, C. B. 

ioumal of Education, Halifax 

Journal and News, Stellarton. 

L'Evangeline, Digby. 

Leader, Parrsboro. 

Light, Yarmouth. 

Maritime Grocer, Halifax. 

Maritime Medical News, Halifax. 

Maritime Sentinel, Amherst. 

Morning Chronicle, Halifax. 

News, Spring Hill. 

News, Truro. 

Nova Sootian, Halifax. 

Presbyterian Witness, Halifax. 

Press, Amherst. 

Progress, Lunenburg. 

Register, Berwick. 

Telegram, Yarmout^i. 

Times, Yarmouth. 

Times, Liverpool. 

Times, Truro. 

Tribune, Windsor. 

Weekly Herald, Halifax. 

Weekly Monitor, Bridgetown. 

Wcsieyan, Halifax. 

Western Chronicle, Kentvilie. 



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MILITIA. 

Province of Nova Scotia.— Military District No, 0, 

STAFF. 
Lt. Col. J. D. Irving, Deputy Adjt. Gen. 
Lt. Col. J. K. Macsliane, Jjisti'ict Paymr., and 8upt. of 8tore$. 



Cavalry. 

KiNOB Troop ov 
Cavalry. 

Capt. and Bt. Major, 

J. W. Rvan. 
Lieut, K. S. Masters 
aa Lieut, H. \V. Redden 

ArtiUery. 

Sydney Fielu Batt- 
ery ov Aktiu^euy. 

Moj, Win McK McLeod 

Capt, W. Crowe, 

1st Lieut. John Mac- 

donald. 
2nd Lieut,. D. L. Mac- 

donald. 
Surg., M. A. McDonald 

Ilx. Battn. Gr. Artillery 

KUW ESTABLISHMEMT. 

(hulifax.) 
Lieut Ld, A. E. Curren, 
Majors, W. A. Garrison, 
J. Maxwell, 
W. J. Stewart, 
A. Hesslein. 
Capts, K. W. Parker, 
Henry Flowers, 
G. C. Hart, 
W. M. Botsford, 
J. S. Dimock* 
C. R. ReynoU 9.* 
*Ranlc ii Lieu':^. 

Lieuts, F. C. Halls, 
H. McN. Wylde, 
J. E. G Boulton, 
J. A. C. Mowbray, 

A. H. McLaren, 
H. W. il'reeman. 

2,nd Lieuts, 
R.' W. Crowe. 
J. A. Marshall, 
E. W.Porter, 

B. 8. Courtney. 

Adj. Maj, F W. Oxlej'. 
Paytnr, E. D. Adams, c 
Qr Ma, H.J. Harris, c 
Surg, Mj., T. R. Almoa. 



Mahoab Bay Cohpamt 
Gab. art. 

Capt, P. A. Ernst. 
\ttLteut,Qi. H. A. Strum. 

DiOBY Company Oar. 

ARTILLERY. 

Capt, and Bt. Major, 

J. Daly, p 
Lieut, A* D. Daley. 
2nd LittU, F. L. Bacon. 

PiCTOu Company Oarri 
BON Artillbry. 

Capt, A. J. Craig. 

Ist Lt, C. E. Tanner. 
2nd " J. D. Ferguson 
Hon Surg^n, J no Stewar^ 

Yapjcouth Comp'y G. a. 
Capt. and Bt. Major, 

T.R. Jolly. 
Lieut, P. Lewis . p 
2nd Lieut,!!. M. Seely. 



Infantry. 



63bi) Battal'n Halifax 

ElVLBS. . 

LtCol,T.J. Egar, 
Majors, J. N. Crane, 

A. G. Cunningham, 
Capts, IL Hechler, 

T. C. James 

J. T. Twining 

W. J. Butler 

R. J. S. Sircom, 

C. \V. Gunning 
Lieut9, L. Dixon, 

E. J. Egan, 

H. S. Jacques, 

G Downie, 

W. Taylor, 

J. W. Vidito. 
2nd Lieuts, S. Y. Wilson, 

W. E. Thompson, 

W. C. H. Moore, 

W. J. Forbes, 

L. N. B. Bullock, 

p. J. A. Lear. 

and Adjt., C. DeW. 
Macdonald. 



^r Mr., Uon'y Major, 

W. Bishop, 
Paym, Ca/ieJ. G.Corbin, 
Surgn, D. A. Campbell, 
Asst do, A. W. Cogswell 

06th BaI'N. " PRIN0B88 
LOUISB FUSILIBRB 

(HaUJax)." 

L( Co/, W.M Humphrey. 
Majs, B. A. Weston, 

Jno. Menger, 
Paym, R.H.Humphrey ,c 
QrMr, J.T.LithgOw, 
Surg._ M. A. Curry 
Asst. Surg, E. A. Kirk- 

Jpatrick. 
;*, E. G. Kenny, m 
Capts, H. L. Chipmao 
A. Browne 
A. Whitman 
Andw King 
T. E. Davison 
C. C. Hole, 

E. G. Kenny 
J. D. Ritchie 
A. P. B. Naglo 

Lieuts, G. L. Mott, 
J. A. G. Harrington, 

F. D. Henderson, 
P. G. Lea, 

H. Johnston, ' 
J G. Baald, 
W. M DoulL 
2d Lieuts, T. F. Ritchie, 
H. E. Sawyer, 
C. J. T. Stewart, 
J. St.V. C. Farrant, 
F. A. Oliver, 
A. C. Thompson. 

68th Th» Kin ^b County 
Bat'n op Infantry, 

(KentviUe.) 
Lt Col, L. DeV Chipman 
Major, Wm H. Belcher, 
Mtym, Barclay Webster, c 
Qr J/a4t,P M Brecken,t» 
S^irg F. W Borden 
Asst Surg, H. B. Webster , 
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No 1 Co, (KentviUe.) 
Capt, O. A. Dodge 
Lieut, J. W. Dennison 
id Lieut, C. ii. Coleman 

Ko 2 Co, (Canard.) 
Capt, K.W.Beckwith,m 
Lieut, W. K. Harris 
2nd Lieut, J. A. Thomas 

No 3 Co, (KentvtUe.) 
Capt, John Redden 
Lieut, G. L. Ward 
2nd Lieut, A. W. Banks 

TSoi Go, (Btluown.) 
Capt, £dward Steadman 
Lieut. C. O. Harris 
2d Lieut, S. S. Naylor 
No 5 Co, {Ross Comer.) 
Capt, E. W. Koscoe 
Lieut, T. A. Naville 
2nd Lieut, 

No 6 Co, ( Canning.) 
Capt, 0. E. Borden, «i. 
Z,ie«<, G. W. Newcomb 
2nd U, H. Harris 

No 7 Co, (Afflea/ord.) 
Capt, George West 
Lieut. L. A. Read. 
2nd Lieut, J. L Barteaux 

No 8 Co, (Aylea/ord.) 
Capt, H. Cassidv. 
Lieut, W. W. fupper. 
2 Lieut, W.R.Araistronif 

No 10 Co. 
Capt, D. E. Ross, m 
Lieuts, 0. K. Ross, 
J. Foster. 

e9TH "IsT Annapolis 

Bat'n ok Imvantby.' 

{Paradise.) 
LtnCtd, W. E. Starratt 
Majors, W. Harris, 

S. C. Cole. 
Paym, T. H. Miller, m. 
Adj, Lt J. H. Charlton 
Quar Mast, yfnUiahop 
£lur^,Saml Primro? <;,*.>« 
Asst Surg, R. J. Ellison. 

No 1 Co, (Paradise.) 
Capt, Leonard Elliott 
Lieut, Nor. E. Chute 
2nd Lt, F. Fitch 

No 2 Co, (Paradise.) 
Capt, Edward Morse, m 
Lieut, A. H. Bishop 



2n(f Lieut, J. E. Morse « 2nd Lt, G. C. Wilson 



No 3 Co, ( Oranvt7Ie.) 
Capt, David Wade, m. 
Xteu<, A. J. Bustin. 



No 4 Co. (Port Lome.) 
Capt, John Charlton, m 
^ St Lieut, A .Whitman 
2nd Lt, Cbas Haley. 
No S Co, (XowiM! A<tf.) 
CViji><, G. A. LeCain 
1st Lieut, G. 'Barteaux. 
2n(2Z.t, J. F.Harris 

No 6 Co, (Dalhousie.) 
Capt, J. J. Buckler, m. 
JAeut, J. H. Charlton 
2nd Lt, A. Daniels 
No 7 Co,(J5«or River,West) 
Capt, J. N. Kelly 
Lieut, A. A. Nichol 
2nd Lt, J. H. Purdy. 
No 8 CO.(Bear River, West) 
Capt Obed Miller 
Lieut, J. G. Purdy 
2nd Lieut, C. £. Miller 
No 9 Co,( Bear Riv*r,East) 
Capt, W. Purdy 
Lieut, J. O. Harris 
2nd Lieut, A. E. Purdy 

72nb OB 2nd Annafolib 
Bat'n, {Wtimot.) 

Lieut Col, Shippey Spurr 
Majors, C W. Shafner 
Major, C. Jacques, 
Paym, A. Gates. 
Adj, E. F. McNeil, c. 
Qunr Mast, G. D. Morse 
Surg, S.N. Miller 
Ast Surg, J. A. Sponagie 
No 1 Co, (Melvem Square) 
Capt, A Dodge 
Lieut, J. Hawkins. 
2d Lieut, T. H. Marshall 

No 'Z Co, (Port George.) 
Capt, George Roach 
lAtut, Beriah Baker 
2nd Lt, F. A. Fales 

No 3 Co, (MargaretviUe) 
Capt, John O. Bowl by 
l%t Lieut, M. S. Elliott 
2nd Lt, L. Fales 

No 4 Co, (Middleton.) 
Capt, D. G.Ritcey 
Lieut, F. B. Morse 
2nd Lieut, M. Parker 

No 6C0, (FarmingtoH.) 
Capt, J. L. Phinney 
Lieut, L. W. Phinney 



No 6 Co, (Nietaux.) 
Capt,John M. Morse, 
Lieut Herman H. Foster 



2nd Lieut, A. 0. WalkerSnd Lt, A. Forster. 



7Sth "Lonbnbubq" Bat- 

ovInvantbt, (Ti vn 

of Lunenburg.) 

Lieut. Col C. E. Ksul- 

bach, 
Myor, R. H. Griffiths 
Adj, R. G. E. Leckie 
Paym, A. B.Coldwell 
Qr Mast, J. W. Young. 
Surg, G. A. Pickels. 
No 1 Co, [Lunenburg} 

Capt, James W. King 
Lieut, S. E. Mack 
2nd Lt, T. A. Mulock 

No 2 Co, [Lunenburg} 

Capt, — 

Lieut, A. Smith 

2nd Lieut, F. W. Smith 

No 3 Co, [LunetUmrg} 

Capt, 

Lieut, J. K. Dawson 
2n^X<,W.C. Hunter. 

No 4 Co, [Mahone Bay] 

Capt,Q. W. Hamm 
Lieut, C. A. Andrews 
2nd Lt, 

No 6 Co, [Martins River] 
Capt,J. A. Langille 
2nd Lt, A. H. Anderson 

No 6 Co, [New Ross] 

Capt, A. M. Ross. 
Lieut, P. A . RusHell 
2nd Lieut, H. E Ross, 



78th "Colohkbtbb 
Hants and Piotou" 
Battalion or Hioh- 
LANDEBS, [ZVuro] 

Majors, G.H. Sutherland 

11. T. Lawrence 
Paym J. L. Barnhill, c 
QuarMast, O.Johnson, 
Sitrg.D. McLean 
Asst Surg. W. S. Muir 
Lt (f ^(^'<, T. A.Blackburn 
Hon Sur, B.DeW.Fraser 

NolCo, [IVwo] 

Capt, J. Suckling. 
Lieut, J. Dover. 
2nd Lt, E. C Cribb. 

No 2 Co, [Onaiow] 

Capt, George Rayne 
LieuL R. W. Rayne 
2nd Lieut, 



XOBTON * C0.» Book! mi4 StattOB«r7» HaUf ax. 



SBAPE TKEIS at N. a yPBSERY, LockmaB St., HAlIfkx. 



MILITIA — MASONIC. 



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No 8 Co, [Skitbenaeadie.] 

Captf Jacob i^. Bainhill 
LieuLQ. W. Kenny 

2nd Lieitt, 

NO 4 Co, [Windsor-^ 
Capt, Joshua H. Smith 
]8tLt,C. ll.Dimock 
2fidLt,J. W.Currj' 

No 5 Co, [Mill Brook] 

C<?/7^ J.T.Sutherlund 
Lieut, O. M. Sutherland 
2nrf/J.H.F.P.Wickwire 

No 6 Co, [Mount Thorn] 

Capt, Wm Maxwell 
Lieut, I'. D. Cameron 
2nd Lt, K. McPherson 

No 7 Co, [JVei0 Lairg] 

Capt, D. Sutherland 
Lieut, G. A. Sutherland 
2ndLt, L. H. McKenzie 



93rd Bat'k op Infaktbt, 
N. S. [Amherst] 

Lt Cd, M. fi. Harrison 
M<yw, J. A. Black 
Papn. O. K. Church 



QMarMa»,lS.. J . Harrison 
S»r7, Jas E. Trueman 
Cap* cf^rf/LB.Donkin I 

No 1 Co, [Amh erst] 

Copt, Geo H. Black 
Litvi, Rie\.d C. Soy 
2 lAeut,^ P. Allen. 

No 2 Co, [Rtvar Philip] 
Capt, W. Letcher 
Lieut, H Stonehouse 
2d Lieut, H. Schurraan 

No3 Co,[MaeeaH and River 
Hebert] 

Capt, J. Harrison 
Lieut, R. 8. Carter 
2nd Ltt E. Mills 

No 4 Co, [Maeean Mount.] 

Capt, H. C. Milla 
Lieut, Howard Mills 
2nd Lieut, G. B. Mills 

No 6 Co, [Oaj/brrf.] 

Capt,W Oxley 
Lieut. J. R. McKeen 
2nd Lieut, B. R. Bent 



94th Bat. Inr. "Aboti.1. 

HlOHLAin>BB8" 

Bttddeck 
Lt. Col. J. L. Bethune 
Major, C. W Hill 

P»\m, — — — 

Adj, H. A Foyle 



Qwor Mat, J. McDonald 
Surg, A. D. McGillivray 

No 1 Co, IBaddeek] 
Capt, A F McRae 
Lieut, C. Foyle 
2ndLt,T). A. McRae 
No 2 Co, [Middle River] 
Capt, Charles McUae 
Lieut, J. D. McRae 
2nd Lieut, D. A. McRae 
No 3 Co, [Grand Narrows] 
Co/><, J. V.McNiel 
Lieut, M. A. J. McDonald 
2nd Lieut, A. J. McNiel 

No 4 Co, [Baddeek] 
Capt, M. H. McKenzie 
Lieut, 3. S. McLean 
2nd Lieut, F. J. Morrison 

No 6 Co, [Sydney, C. B. 
Capt, R. Gillia 

Lieut, 

2nd Lt, D. A. McLeod 



Masonic. 

Orand Iicdge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Fraternity 
cf Free and Accepted Masons of Nova Scotia. 

Grand Master, William F. MacCoy, Q. c, Halifax; Deputy 
G. Master, Hec. T. Sntherlund, New Glasgow ; Senior G. Warden, S. 
■ Watson Oxner, Lunenburg; Junior G. Warden, Jcsepli R. Wyman, 
j Yarmouth ; Grand Treasurer, James Dempster, Halifax ; Grand Sec- 
retary, Hon William Ross, Halifax ; Grand Lect'r, Danl H. Campbell, 
j Halifax; G Chaplain, Rev F. B. N. Norman Lee, Halifax; Senior G. 
I Deacon, Arthur Davison, Amherst; Junior G. Z)eacon, Arthur M Hoare, 
: Halifax ; Grand Superintendent Woi-ks, Alex. McKinnon, Cow Bay ; 
, G. D. of Ceremonies, John McCrow, Halifax ; Grand Sword Bearer, 
j Wm. J. Chearnley, Halifax ; G. Organist, David Roy Stewart, New 
; Glasi^ow ; G. Pursuivant, D. J. McMullan, Cow Bay ; Grand Tyler, 
i J. J. McKeil, Halifax ; Grand Stewards, John Bower, Shelburne ; 
John Lycon, Halifax; Wm McAllister, Halifax; Henry W. Brown, 
Halifax ; Robert Shtpley, Bridgetown ; J. L. McKim, Wallace. 

DisTBiCT Deputy Grand Masters. — Thomas Mowbray, No. 1, 

I Halifax; Harry S. Dodge, No. 2, Keniville; Wm. M. Forsyth, No. 3, 

I Bridgetown ; G. M. Dane, No. 4, Yarmouth ; D. Buchanan, No. 5, 

j Liverpool; S. J. Waddell, No. 6, Truro; Mark Connors, No. 7, West- 

ville ; A Q. Winterbotham,No. 8,Canso ; A. 0. McLeHn,No. 9, Sydney. 

^ The Grand Lodge will meet at Sydney, C. B., June 12th, 1895. 



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GRAND OHAPTEB OP ROYAIi AKOH MASONS OF 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

Grand High Priest, Comp. Wm. B. Al'ey Truro ; Grand King, 
J«8. Dempster, Halifax; Grand Scribe, U.K. Gillis, Annapolis; 
G. Treas,, J. W. Ruhiand, Halifax; G Sec., Alex. Ross, Halifax. 



SUBOKDINATJE3 LODGES. 



St. Andhew's, No. 1 

St. John's No. 2 '• " 

ViKGiN LonoK No.3 " " 

Unity, No. 4 Lunenhurf;. .. " 

Aliuon, N<t. 5 New Glasgow . " 

KoYAi. Sussex, No. 6 Halifax " 

St. Andrew's, No. 7 Sydney, C. B. " 

Acacia, No. 8 Amherst .... " 

Zktland, No. 9 Liverpool ... " 

BuhNS. No. 10 Halifax " 

New Oaleuonix, No. 11. .Pictou " 

Hiram, No. 12 Yarmouth .... '• 

AcAni 4., No. 13 rugwa«h .... " 

Acedia. No 14 Halifax '• 

Athol, No. 15 " " 

Keith, No. 16 Bear River ... " 

Keith, No. 17 Halifax " 

Union, No. 18 " " 

KoYAL Albeut, No. 19. . .North Sydney. " 

St Gkorgk's, No. 20 .... Wolfviile " 

K kith, No. 23 Steliarton " 

Wklskoki), No. 26 Windsor " 

Scotia, No. 28 Canning " 

Prince ok Wales, No. 29.Milton , " 

Albkkt No. 30 Shelburno . . . . " 

Scotia, No. 31 Yarmouth " 

Kloobado, No. 32 Wine Harbor " 

Annapolis Roval, No. 33. Annapolis .... " 

Queen's, No. 34 Sherbrooke .. " 

Sr. Makks, No. 35 Haddeck " 

Thistle, No. 36 Cow Bay " 

LoUGEOF Si". M VKK,No.38Ualifax '• 

Acacia, No. 39 Bridgewater . . " 

RuTHSAY, No. 41 Bridget I )Wii .. " 

KuKEKA, No. 42 Sheet Harbor '' 

Truuo, No. 43 Truro " 

PoY.NTZ, No. 44 Hantsport " 

Tykian Yourn, No. 45 Little GlaceB'v •' 

Solomon, No. 46 . . , Port H'wk'b'y " 

Philadelphia, So 47 ...Barrington ... " 

Widow's Son, No 48 River Philip . . " 

Wbstekn Star, No 50 ... U'estville .... " 

Eastern S'IAk, No 61 .... Dartmouth .... " 

Harmony, No 52 Ayle.sford " 

Kino Solomon, No 54. . .Digtty " 

MoRiEN, No 55 Cow tJav " 

Kent villi;, No 58 Kentville " 

Clarke, No 61 Chester " 

Taylor, No 62 Locktport .... '' 

SiRCOM, No 66 Whycocomagh " 



. . . Halifax Meet.s first Tuesday of month. 

" " '• Monday' 

" " fourth " 

first Tiiesda)' 



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fir.it Thursday 
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" VVediiCiiday 
third Mondnv 
Istk 3rd Th'd.iys" 
first Wednesday " 

" 'Tuesday 
third Thursday 
fust Saturday 
second Friday 

'' fue.xday " 
T!iur.-day nearest full moon 
Isi ,t 3rd W'nesdy of uith. 
first 'Tuesday of month 

** Thursday 
every Tuesday 
Tuesday nearest full moon, 
first Wednesday of month 
1st & 3rd M'ndavs" 
2nd ilr 4th T'sdays" 
secoifd Tuesday 
first Monday 

" Tuesday 

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" Thursday 
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INDEPENDENT ORDER OP ODD FELLOWS. 243 

Meets thin! Monday of month 
" first " " 

" third Tuesday " 
Meets first Monday of month. 
" first Thursday 

Monday nearest full moon 
tirst Thursday of month. 
2nd k 4th Friday " 
" " Tuesday " 
fourth Friday " 
second Thursday *' 
first Friday 
second Tuesday 



MiNAs, No 67 Parrsboro. . . , 

CuRREN, No 68 Hopewell 

Charity, No 69 Mahone Bay. 

Laurir, No 70 Springhill . . . 

Eastern Light, No 72 Guysboro' . . . , 

loNio, No 7.1 Middlcton . . 

North Star, No 74 Acadia Mines 

WiMBUHN, No 75 Oxford 

Wallace, No 76 Wallace 

Hudson, No 77 Thorbum 

Mechanics, No 78 Caledonia 

Canso, No 79 Canso 

Makineiis, No 80 Louisburg . . 



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Independent Order of Oddfellows. 

Officers Grand Lodge of Lower Provinces B, N. A -- 
G. Master, H. VV. Rogers, Amherst; Dep. G. Master, S. T 
liopera, Moncton, N. B. ; G. Warden. J. B. Gradv, Summerside • G 
Sec'y, J- C. P. Frazee, Halifax , G. Trcas, J. H. Balcom, Halift.x • 
G. Chaplain, Rev F. M. Young, Bridgetown; G. Marshall, E. A 
Bent, Pugwash ; G. Conductor, S. C. Parker, Berwick ; G. Guardian 
A. McG. McDonald, Campbollton, N. B.; G Herald, John Thompson^ 
Sussex, N. B. ; Representatives to Sovereign Grand Lodge W s' 
Rogers, Halifax ; C. B. Allan, St. John, N. B. & > • • 

Next Annual Meeting will be held at St. Steplien, N. B., on Aug. 
:4th, 1895. Dis. Deputies.— Jas A. Russell, Pictou ; Samuel McKay, 
Hopewell ; A. J. Ploule. Charlottetown ; W. J. Fraser, St. John ; 
.John A. Thompson, Halifax; H. VV. Rogers, Amherst; Donald 
McKay, Siellarton ; A. G. Robinson, Marysvilje, N. B. ; Wm. Reese, 
Springhill; John McKenzie, Woodstock, N. B.; Rupert Cunningham, 
Antigonish ; S. U. McCully, Chatham, N. B. ; John Guest, Yarmouth; 
E. M. Archibald, N. Sydney; S. T. Rogers, Moncton; John 
Thompson, Sussex; Geo. Gordon, River John; L. M. Robinson, St. 
Stephen ; Charles Hewitt, Luneuburg ; Thos. Robertson, Barrington ; 
A. McG. McDonald, Campbellton, N. B. 



SQBOBDINATB LODGES. 



EASTERN STAR, No 1... , 

FULLER. " 5 ..Stellerton 

NORTON, " 6 New Glasgow.. 

ST. LAWRENCE, " 8 Charlottetown.. 

PIONEER, " 9 StJohn 

0RH<:NT, "10 Halifax 

SCOTIA, "11 Westville 

VICTORIA, "13 Fredericton . . . . 

EUREKA, " 15 Springhill 

WESTERN STAR," 16 Annapolis .... 

MOORE, "17 Thorburn 

MYSTIC, " 18 Halifax 

PEERLESS, "19 St John 

GUIDING STAR, " 21 Granville Ferry 

PRINCE EDWARD" 22 Summerside . . . 

MYSTIC TIE, "23 Oxford 



Pictou Meets on Wednesday 

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MIZPAH, No. 

CUYvSTAL WAVK," 

PKINCK ALIJKU IV' 

VVILDKV, 

CALKUONIA, 

SI LOAM, 

UNION, 

VAIXKY, " 

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LOHNK, 

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AMITY, 

CARLSTON, 

JRWEL, 

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CHATHAM, 

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EDWARDS, 

NORTH STAR, 

PHCENIX, 

DIAMOND, 

QUEEN, 

BERVVfOK, 

FIDELITY, 

ST GEORGE, 

MIRIAM. 

HIAWATHA, 

ORION, 

PISING SUN, 

LaHAVE, 

MAYFLOWER 

VESTA, 

CRESCENT, 

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TOKALON, 

CHEDABUCTO, 

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'2ft PuKwash 

2(1 Moncton 

27 Charlottetown 

28 Hopewell 

2!) ....St John 

3i> Sprin^ville 

33 ....... Sussex 

34 Riviir Jolin 

35 . .Ainlierst 

36 Economy 

38 Wind.si)r 

39 Caiininj; 

40 Ilalit&x 

41 Woodstock 

42 \nli<, midli 

43 Great Village 

U Parr.sboro 

4.^' Chatliani 

40 St Jol.ii . 

47 Hantsport 

48 CasnpbolUoa 

50 Truro 

51 Yarmouth 

52 Sydney 

53 Berwick 

54 Shuheiiacadie 

55 Digby 

56 St Stephen 

57 Kentville 

58 Port Mailland 

59 Lunenburg 

60 Bridfjje water 

61 Barrinjfton 

62 North Sj-dney 

63 Bridgetown 

64 Middleton 

65 Kingston Station. . 

66 Alberton, P. E. I... 

67 Canso 

08 Little Glace Bay... 

69 Dartmonth.. !' 

70 Clark's Harbor .... 

71 ..Sackville, N. B 



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Port of Halifax, Signal Service. 

Superintendent, Capt. Mills, R. E. Director, Sergt, U. Mulhoiland, 
R. E. Telephor^e, No. 45. 

EXPLANATION OF SIGNALS, 
Made on Main Signal S^aff at Citadel Hill, wheti Ve'^sels i^re seen from 
the Citadel or reported from an Outpost. 
Whon SaSlinj? Vessels are reported from an outpost, tho following 
signals are made on the lower yard : 

BY DAT. 

For 1 Squard Rigged vessel, 2 balla close up, on3 on the outer halliard 
and one on the inner halliard. 






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No. 2 Do, 1 ball hoisted on the outer halliard iind one close upon the 
inner halliard ; outer hall dropped. 

3 Do, 2 halls close up, one on outer and one on inner halliard. 

4 Do, 2 ballri separated, and one close up on tlie inner Imlliurd. 

" 5 Do, a penant of any colour on the outer halliard, and one ball 

close up inside. 
" 6 Do, rt penant under a hall close up on the outer halliard, and a 

hall at the inner halliard close up. 
" 7 Do. a penant over a ball close up on the outer halliard, and a 

ball close up on the inner halliard. 
" 8 Do, a penant under two balls dose up on the outer halliard 

with a ball close up on the iinpr halliard. 
" 9 Do, a penant between two baii oiose up on the outer halliard 
with a ball close up on the inner * allinrd. 
For 10 Do, a ftafx of any colour clos*:" up on the outer hslliard, with a 
ball close up on the inner halliard. 
The above balls, &c., are hoit^ted on the east or west yard arm, 

nccordinf;^ to the quarter the vessel first appears in. 
A Ship, a larfie ball at end of yard, with ii small one at inner halliard. 
A Barqne, a lanje dj at the end, with a small one dropped at inner 
halliard. 

A Brij.?, a small one at end ofyard, and a large one at inner hallianl. 
A Brifjantine, a cross close up at the outer h>»!ii*rd. T»vo or more 
do, a cross half hoisted. 

A Topsail Schooner, or Schooner wearing a Merchant's Private 
Sijrnal, a cross close up at the inner halliard. 

Two or more schooners, a cross ivner, half hoisted. 
The upper yard of the Ship Staff' is used solely to designate Steam 
Vessels thus : 

Two large balls close up, one at the outer and the other at the inner 
halliard, E or W, a steamer reported in that quarter. 

A small ball at the outer, and a large one at the inner halliard, a 
vtry small or regular coastinjr Steamer. 

A large ball at the outer, and a snp,all one at the inner halliard, a 
lartre or ocean goinfr Steamer. 

Steamers or Sniling Vessels showing owners' or ngentf*' private 
signal flags, are denoted on the private S'^nsl Staff with a small 
descriptive penant underneath the private signal. 

When the description of vessel is ascertained, the following descriptive 
colors will be hoisted at the masthead, and the inner ball taken down ; 
A Union Jack — a yiag Ship. 

Man-of-War Screw Steamer, steamer penant, over the Union Jack. 
Man-of- War Paddle Steamer, siramor penant under the Union Jack. 
Troop Ship, white penant two blue crosses between steamer penant 
and Union Jack. 

Dominion blue Ensign, under steamer penant, Dominion Govern- 
ment Steamer. j 
Foreign Men-of-War are denoted in the same manner as English,! 
' excepting that the particular National Phisign is subsdtuted for the 
j Union Jack. 

I A red flag pierced white, Royal Mail Packet from England. 
j A blue an<l red four quarters, with white ball in upper 
quarter, mail for England. 

I A blue flag white centre, from England. , ^^^j^, ,5^^ 

I A blue and white four quarters, for England, j •' 



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A white flag, pienied blue, Newfoundland mail. 

A white flag, pierced red, Bermuda mail. 

White penant with blue ball in centre — a Steamer. 

A blue penant — a Ship. 

A blue and white penant — a Barque. 

A red penaut — a Brig. 

A red and white penant— a Brigantine. 

A white penant — a throo or more masted schooner, or any schooner 
wearing Private Signal. 

Yellow flag above descriptive penant denotes Quarantine. 

A vessel iu distress — large ball at masthead with descriptive 
penant underucath. 

A blue flag with white letter R in centre is hoisted at the masthead 
for 1 hour, on receipt of the news of the arrival of the mail steamer at 
Riraouski. When the news is received during th^ night the flag will 
be hoisted from 8 a. m. to 9 a. m. in the morning. 

BY NIGHT. 

Steamers only are signalled, and are distinguished as follow!), viz : — 
A Red and whUe light, horizontal, the red light to the Eastward, 
denotes a Steamer East reported. 

A Green and tvhite light, horizontal, the green light to the West- 
ward, denotes a Steamer West repoi *d. 
When a Steamer is sighted from oitadel the white light is taken down. 
When two or more Steamers are reported, the red or green is dropped 
1 2 feet. 

When two or more Steamers are sighted, the red or green light is 
shown dropped twelve feet. 
Red light above white, 12 feet apart, mail from England. ) Fort- 
Green light above white, 12 feet apart, mail for England. J nightly. 
Red light above red, 12 feet apart, mail from England. ) WftPtl- 
White light above white, 12 feet apart, mail for England. J '^®®*^v- 
White light above red, 12 feet apart, Newfoundland mail. 
White light ahoye green, 12 feet apart, Bermuda mail 
Green light above red, 12 ft apart, English Man-of-War from westward. 
Ri'd light above (7rcen, 12 ft apart, English Man-of-War from eastward. 
Red, green and white, I2fl. apart. Foreign Man-of-War from eastward. 
Red, green and white, 12 ft apart, Foreign Man-of-War from westward. 
A red triangular flag is hoisted at the masthead between 7 a. m. and 
9 a. m. when a Royal Mail Steamer arrives from England during night. 

Merchants' Private Signals—Port of Halifax. 

RED. 

Hansa S. S. Co , red square flag, white diamond with red Maltese cross 

on diamond, A. G. Jones & Co. 
Wm. Roche, red flag, white diatnoud. 
James Butler & Co, red flag, white border, centre white star. 
T. A. S. DeWolf & Son, red and white flag, rod uppermost, with a red 

and white ball in centre, the red half on the white, and the white 

half on the red. 
Lawson, HarrinjL!:iuri & Co, red and yellow flag, striped horizontally. 
The Boston & Col S.S. Co, a red flag pierced with a white triangle, 

apex next the mast. 
Dominion Line, red flag, with diamond and blue ball in centre of white, 
Chipman Bros., red flag with white St. George's Cross and red letter 

C in centre. 



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White Cross Line, red fla;j with white St. George's crcHS. 

Tucker, E. D., red, white nnd blue, with two white horiaionlal bars. 

Phelan, J. F., red with white St. Gcoree's Cross. 

n«rt, W.H., red and white, horizontal. 

McFatridge W., white flat', red St. Andrew's Cross. [centre. 

Donaldson Line, rod. white and blue bnrece with bine letter D in 

A. N. Whitman, red flag, blue diamond with white letter W in centre 

Joseph Wood, blue outer, white inner, Hud red centre. 

Halifax, Liverpool and London Steamship Co., red flag, inner white, blue 

St. Andrew's Cross in centre. 
8t Pierre Steam Navigation Co., Cunnincham & Curren, Agents, Red 

and White vortical, with Blue letters, S. S. P. N. V. on white. 

WHITE. 

Wra Stairs, Son & Morrow, white flag, centre a blue square. 
R. I. Hart, white flag, centre a red diamond. [bottom. 

A. G. Jones & Co, white flag, centre n red star, bordered red top and 
Anchor Line, white do, with rod anchor. 
Black Bros., white and blue flag, vortical. 
Mitchell, Walter, white burgee, centre a bine star. 
A. B. Crosbv & Co., white flag, red horizontal stripes and red letter 
C in whfto diamond in centre. 

ORBEN. 

Thos. Forhan, green flag, centre white diamond, with green letter F in 

BLUE [centre. 

Red Cross Line S. S. Co., blue flag, white ball in centre, and red 
diagonal cross. F. D. Corbett & Co., Agents. 

S. Cunard & Co, a blue flag, centre a white star. 

Ijcvi Hart, a blue, white and red checkered flag. 

J. T & A. W. West, a blue burgee, centre a white star. 

George P. Mitchell & Son, a blue and white burgee, blue uppermost. 

John Taylor & Co, a blue and white penant, over a blue Hag crossed 
diagonally. 

Allan Line, a blue, white and red flag, perpendicular, red next mast, 
and red penant above. 

G. E. Boak&Co., blue flag, crossed white diagonally. 

Pickford & Black, a blue flag, white diamond, witli P. & B. in red letters 
in the diamond. 

Custom House, a blue flag, Union Jack in the upper coiner, a crown in 
the centre, with a white C H below it 

Royal Halifax Yacht Club, Ensign, the Blue Ensign of H. M. Fleet, 
use of which was granted to the Club by an Admiralty Warrant, 
dated 14th April, 1862. Club Burgee, blue with the Provincial ^ 
Arms in the Upper corner; Comnwdore, red swallow tail burgee | 
with gold crown in centre; Vice Commodore, white swallow tailed! 
burgee with scarlet crown in centre ; Rear Commodore, blue swallow 
tailed burgee with gold crown in centre. Salutes — Commodore, 11 
guns ; Vice Commodore, 9 guns ; Rear Commodore, 7 guns. 

j Direotioits to Mariners with Boferenoe to Canadian Storo] Warnings, issued fo^ 
Qnebeo and the Maritime Frovinoes- 

L — Cone, hoisted with the apex downwards, indicates "moderate 
! gale is expected," probably at first from an easterly direction. 

II. — Cone, with apex pointing upwards, indicates " moderate gale ia 
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III. — Drum, with Cone underneath, the apex pointing duwnwiii^i, 
indicates froiih to heavy gale is expected, probably at flrit fVom a 
easterly direction. 

IV. — Drum, with Cone above, the apex pointing upwnrdi, indicatoa 
t'roHh to heavy gale is expected, probably at first from a westerly direc- 
tion. 

The Cone, when lioisted by itself, indicator that il is expootod that 
the wind will obt.-iiii a vcioi'ity of .30 miles »u hour, but will not axceed 
40 miles; and it in not iiitenik'd that nn ordinary well found veisel 
should stay in port, hut simply as a warning to mariners that strong 
winds are expected from the quarter iiidicatod. 

The Drum will always bo hoisted when the velocity of th« wind is 
expected to exceed 40 miles an hour. 

The night signal, corresponding to Nos. 1 and 3, is two white lanterns 
hanging perpendicular. 

The night signal, corresponding to Nos. 2 and 4, is two whit* lanttrns 
hanging horizontally. 

Nornu.— Mtriners will bo able to obtain further iiifonnitioii from Drum Afenti 
orbyconiultintf the daily probabilities. Mariners ahould alwa.nt bear in mind 
that the Mtorni sii^nals are ninrely ciutionary, and do not neueiMari*y mean that a 
storm will ouciirat the plaue where the signal is displayed, but that Aiie isexnect- 
cd eithir there or witliin such a distance that vessels leavinff pork would be liable 
to be cauifht \m it. 

The storm wainiiiifs issued for Nova Scotia, are received from the Coiitrai 
Office, Toronto. Ont. 



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St. Georges' Society,— '/'/w/r/^nif, Hon W. 8. Fielding. Treasurer, 
U. Theakston. Secretary, B, T, Murmy, 

Charitable Irish SocusTr, (USutAbliMlied 1786.) — President, M. 

E. Keefe. Treasurer, V. M. Dutffjnn. Sm'elary, J««. J. O'Brien. 
NoiiTii BuiTiSH SooiKTV (InntUut"u Mrtfdi 26, 1768). — President, 

Alex. McKay. Treasurer, Qeor^i MiU'hull. Secretaries, John A. 
Chisholin, Adrtms A. McKay. 

Halifax Club. — President, R, Uniaek@i 8ec*y,3. T. Wylde. 

City (Jlub. — President, Jon Hdndgridn. Sev'y, W. L. Brown. 

RoTAL Nova Scotia Yaoht 8quai)M0K.— Co»jm(v/ore, Jas W. 
Stairs. Vice- Commodore, P, S, Weait. Secretary, H. M. Wylde. 

Nova Scotia Biblk< Sooibtit— P/'^jr/«/«i«<i Jhh. C. Mackintosh. 
Treasurer, S. H. Black. Secretary, lUv Fost«r Almon. Agmt, T. M. 
Mackelvie. 

British American Book AJfD Tmaot Society — Prest., W. C. 
Silver. Treas., E.L. Thorne, fjommry Secrdary, Rev Robert Murray. 
These office-bearers with a Boofd of iJlrtstitora t!0»nposed of clergymen 
and laynrien of various denomlnfttlons. are el«kted annually. Religious 
Books, Tracts, MagazincH, Sabbath H(!ho(il Piipefs, Libraries at half 
price, &c., are specialties of (he SoPJity'i lioposltory, 117 Granville St., 
Malifax. 

' Evangelical Ahhix^cB.'—Prm'dmt, Uev J. Lnthern, d.d. ; Sec'y, 
Rev. Robert il .array. 

Young Men's Christian Af^dOQlkfi OH ••^President, John Bur- 
p:»yno. 2VcasM»"er, S. H. Black. SetJy, Arthttr F, Bell. The Halifax 
Young Men's Christian Assoejatlon wftt* 0taAn\mA in December, 1853. 
Its object is the improvement of the " Hpintual, moral, mental, social 
and phy-ical condition of iho yoanj; men ol the Citv of Halifax." 
(JtHoeraof Maritime Coramitfje— J. C!.Miiaklntd!4h, Halifax, Chairman; 

F. B. R.jl>b, Amherst, SecvMrys W. 1). McCaHnm, Treasurer; 
Frsiner G. Marshall, Maritime Secy, 

Convention of the Y, M CT. A. OP MahitiMH Provinces. — 
President, John McKeen, Amher«t, N, H. S^ctttHries, A, H. Foster, 
Halifax, N. S , G. A. Finher, SprhtKhlll, N. 8, 

Woman's Christian Asaooiht ion -^ President, Miss Sutherland. 
Sectetary, Miss F. Pryor. Thin Society ftlmji At promoting the welfare 
of young women in the City, by mcumt ui a niuht school, libraries, &c., 
&c. Wo.>ien's lloMVi.— Secretary, Mfi. Ohftrfea Starr. 

Halifax Infants' Homb-^TIio obU«Jt oI this Home is to receive 
and care for destitute infants. When im uhildron nre about twoycai-s 
old they are given out to be adopted bv fAmilies In the country. Over 
two hundred have been thus urovideti for within the past seventeen 
years. Mrs. J. C. Mackintosh, Trean, Mrs K. M, Saunders, Sec'y. 

Home for the Aged — This place In int«ndcd to afford a comfort- 
able retreat to respectable women of lulvAnyod years whose means of 
livelihood are very limited. Eighty dullAn ayenr paid by the inmate or 
by a friend secures all the comforti ©f A homo. President, Mrs 
R. W. Fraser. Secretary, Miss Forretft. Treas, Miss A. Nordbeck. 

Protestant Orphans' IIouk— I'roteitAnt orphans, two years old 
and upwards, are admitted to this Inxtitutlon. It enjoys considerable 
endowments. Comfortable homes in the eoiiniry are sought out and 
secured for boys and girls as they grow up. Secretary, Mrs R. Ross. 



U. T. LcPlNEy 181 BarrlngtoD t»t., Halifax. Clold and 



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Halifax Visiting Dispbnsart. — Medical aid is afforded by this 
Institution to hundreds of poor patients at their homes. Those who 
can come to the Dispensary are attended to there. President, W. C. 
Silver. Treas, J. F. Kenny. Sec'i/, W. H. Wiswell. 

Protkbtant Inddstkial School. — Intended to t«ach and train 
for some useful occupation boys who rai(!ht otherwise be left to grow 



Chairman, S 
Dr. Lindsay. 



M. Brookficld 
(Superintendent, 



up as " roughs " and criminals. 
Secretary, R. J. Sweet. Surgeon, 
Robt Norman. 

Halifax Association for Improving thk Condition of 
THB Poor — The aim of the Association is to aid the poor by giving 
employment and securing that only the deserving poor shall he aided. 
Every case is investigated. Prest., Jno DouU. Secy., K. J. Sweet. 

Nova Scotia Socibty for the" Prevention of Cruelty. — 
President, Jas C. Mackintosh. Secretai-y, John Naylor, Granville St. 
Ladies' Auxiliary. -Prcsir/en^, Mrs. M. Daly. Secretary, Miss 
Allison. The ohject of the Society is to prevent cruelty to animals, 
and to women and children, to punish the perpetrators of wanton 
cruelty, and nifFuse a knowledge of the best methods of treating animals. 

Baptist Book and Tract Society. — President, Hon Dr Parker. 
Sec.-Treas., Geo A. McDonald, 94 Granville St., Halifax. 

St. Paul's Alms House of Industry. — (No. 100 Tower Road). 
Girls who are destitute, or nearly so, and in dangerous proximity to 
vice, are provided with a home, and trained to become domestic 
servants. A/iofron, Mrs Hughes. 

Nova Scotia Barristers' Society. — President, C. S. Harring- 
ton, Q. 0. ; Vice-President, R. L. Borden, Q. c. ; Secretary, W. R. 
Foster ; T-e<xsurer, B. A. VVeston. 

Wanderers Amateur Athletic Club of Halifax. — 
President, J. N. Duffus. Secretary, F. P. Bligh. 

Maritime Provinces Am.vteur Athlbtic Association. — 
Pres., J. N. Duffus, Halifax ; Secy, Wm. Glassev, Halitax. 

Studley Quoit Club. — President, J. T. Wylde. Secretary, J. E. 
Albro. 

Red Cap Snow Shoe Club (Organized 1874). — Captain, J. T. 
Lithgow. Secretary-Treasurer, John S. Chisholm. 

Halifax Curling Club. — Sec'y-Treas, Julius Sievert. 

Chbbuoto Amateur Athletic Club, Dartmouth. — President, 
W. H. Stevens ^V/ctarj/, Percy Simmonds. 

Lorne a. Acquatic Ci.ub. — President, G. A. McKenzie. Sec. 
and Treas., W. W. Walsh. 

Crescent A. A. Club, — President, Jas T. Walsh. Secretary, 
Wm. Glassey. 

Inland Game and Fishery Society. — President, Lt.-Col. 
Gierke. Secretary, George Piers. IVeastirer, A. M. Scott. 

Nova Scotia Fruit Growers' Assooiatton. — President, 
•J. W. Bigclow, Wolfvilie. Sec'y-Treas, S. C. Parker, Berwick. 

Nova Scotia Miners Association. — President, J. E. Hardman. 
Secretary, H, M. Wylde. 

Union Engine Company. — Captain, Joseph D. Murphy. Viee- 
Captain, Jas. Allen. Hec. Secretary, M, J. Doyle. 

Union Protection Company. — Captain, JF. W. W. Doane. Sec, 
b. H. Campbell. 

Jnion Axe and Ladder Company. — Captain, Jas. Myers, 
Secretary, Alex. Ferguson. 



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Orpheus Ci.VB—Pres., 6. S. Boak. Treas., G S.Campbell; 
Conductor, C. H. Porter, Jr. -S'ec'y, A. B. Wiswell. 

Kambleus CvclbCldb. — Captain, C F. Smith. 5fcy,Harry Hill. 



TEHPEBANCE DIBECTORY. 

Sons op Temperance. — The Order was instituted in New York, 
Sept 28th. 1842. The first Division was organized at Yarmouth, 
Nov, 17, 1847. Tiic Grand Division was organized April 22, 
1848, incorporated in 1851. There arc now two hundred and sixty- 
eight (263) Sui)ordinate Divisions with tliirteeii thousand eight hundred 
(13,800) members, — 120 Bands of Hope with 6000 n.embers; Grand 
Worthy Patriarch, James Dempster, Halifax. Grand Scribe, William S. 
Sanders, Halifax. Oifiwe 183 Hollis St. Quarterly sessions of G. D. 
are held Ist week in February, May, and August. The annual 
SMsionisheld last week in October, in Halifax 

iNDEPbNUBNT Order OF GooD TKMPT.ATts. — The first Lodge in 
this province was organized at Economy, Colchester, July 4tli, 1864. 

j The Grand Lodge was formed Febr-iary 5th, 1867. The chief officers 
of the Grand Lodge are G. IV. Chief Templar, Kev. D. Stiles 

, Fraser, Upper Stewiacke; Secretary, Rev. W. G. Lane, Pictou ; Sup. 
of Juvenile Templars, J. J. Wallis, Yarmouth ; D. G. R T., J. B. 

I Black, Amherst. No. of Lodges, 132, with membership of 6000; 

: No. Juvenile Templars, 50, with 1606 members. The next Annual 

; Sesion will be held in Yarmouth, commencing 2nd Tuesday in 

j July, 1895. 

TuK VVom\n'« Curistian Temperance Union (White Uib- 

I bon), has over 700,000 members throughout the world, and is rapidly 
increasing in every country. Miss Frances Willard of Chicago, is at 
head of this movement. Miss Sarah Robinson. 14 Hurd's Lane, is 
President of the Halifax Union, and Miss E. B. Hart, 51 Tjockman, 
St., Halifix, Cor. Ser.y. Tub North End W. C. T, \J.— President, 
Mrs. A. M. Boll, ^Tawthorue Place ; Cor. Sec*i/, Mr?*. Howard McLean, 
23 North ParkSl. 

RovAL Tkviplars: Canadian llvalquartcrs, Hamilton, Ontario. — 
Maritime Grand Cunnoi! has 80 Subordinate Councils and 11)00 mem- 
meis. Grand-Coun., J. K. Flemming, Woodstock, N. B.; Grand Vice., 
J. Bryenton, Amherst; G. Secy., W. L. McFarlano, Washmasksis, 
N. B. Next meeting at Amherst second week in August, 1895. 

The W. C. T. U. of the Maritime Provinces numbers about 3. .500 
members. Pres., Mrs. C. R. Archibald, Halifivx. Cor. Sec'y., Mrs. 
Judge Steadman, Frcdericton. Jiec. Sec'y., Miss Sarah Robinson. 
Halifax. 

The N. S. Brvnch of Do.minion Temperance Alliance 
consists of delegates from all other Societis':;, combining for united 
action to secure advanced legislation and to enforce existing laws. 
Officers : — President, Walter McCurdy, Mid. Musquodoboit. Secre- 
tary, Firman McClure, Truro. 

The CntJRCH Tempkkance ScotKXiES and Unions are important 
factors in this grext Moral Reform. Catholics and Protestants of all, 
names are working by means of societies within their own borders;; 
and many of the active supporters of chuich societies are leaders of the ' 
above named organizations. 



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MOOSE nnd CARIBOU.— Close aeoaon from January 15th to September 
16th. Penalty for huiitinii; in close season, $50 to $200. No person shall kill 
more than two moose and four caribou. Penalty 850 to $200. Meat must be 
taken from woods within ten days from time of" killing. Penalty $50 to $200. 
No person shall have in possession any Ki'^'^n hide or fresh meat, whether killed 
in Nova Scotia or elsewhere, between January 25th and September 14th. Penalty 
$20 to $60. No person shall set any snare or trap for moose or caribou. Posaes- 
sion of a snare is presumptive evidence of intention to break the law. Penalty 
$50 to $100. No person shall hunt or kill moose or caribou with dogs. Penalty 
$60 to $100. All do^s hunting moose may be destroyed by any person. No person 
shall for ten years hunt or kill American elk or red deer. Penalty $50 to $100. 
No person shall for three years hunt or kill any cow moose. Penalty $100 to $200. 

HIKD8.— Close oeason for partridge, woodcock, grouse, snipe, teal, from 
December Ist to September 16th. For blue winged duck, from April 1st to 
September 15th. Penalty for shooting or having in pffssession in close season, or 
killing after sunset, $5 to $10 for each bird. 

FHKAAANT8, etc.— It is unlawful to hunt, kill or have in possession any 
pheasant, blackcock, capercailzie or pta migan. 

KARBITt, HAUKif^.— Close season from March 1st to September Ist All 
snares or hedges unlawfully set may be destroyed. Penalty for each ofTence $2. 

OTT£R mid BKAVKK.— Close season for three years, namely from May 
Ist 1894, to May Ist, 1897. 

Mlf IL — Close season from March 1st to November 1st. 

OTHKR FVir BKAKIN« A1VIWAL4— Close season for all other fur- 
bearing animals, except bear, wolf, loupcervier, wild-cat. skunk, musquash, 
raccoon and iox, from April Ist to November 1st. 

IilCKNMIvg. — No person not domiciled in Nova Scotia shall hunt without 
license. License fee fci- birds, hares and rabbits, $10 ; for all other game, $30. 
Licenses may be had at Provincial Secretary's Office Halifax, from all clerks of 
counties, and from the agents of the Game Society in various parts of the 
province. License fee for officers army and navy on this station, $6, Such 
officers who are members of Game Society are not taquired to take any license. 
Penalty for hunting without license, $50 to $100, in addition to the license fee. 
The hunter, guidd or companion of any such person hunting without license, is 
liable to same fine as the person himself. 

NoTH, — Whenever a fine is imposed by the game laws, the person fined is liable 
to imprisonment if the fine is not paid. 

KXPORT OF HIDBS, etc.— Unlawful to export moose or caribou hides 
from Nova Scotia. Any hides attempted to be exported shall be forfeited. 
Penalty— $5 for each hide. Unlawful to export partridge or woodcock. 
Penalty— $20. 

FIKH. — Salmon.— Close season fron> August 15th to March 1st, except that 
salmon may be fished for with the fiy alone from February 1st to August 15th. 
From low water nearest 6 o'clock p. m. of every Saturday, to low water nearest 
6 a. IE. of every Monday, no one shall fish for salmon in non-tidal waters. The 
use of nets is prohibited in non-tidal waters. In non-tidal waters frequented by 
salmon, no one shall fish for any kind of fish between 9 o'clock p. m of every 
Saturday and 6 o'clock a. m. of the following Monday. Drifting and dipping for 
salmon is prohibited. Penalty for breach of foregoing provisions, $20 for each 
offence. 

Trout, &o.— Unlawful to fish for or to have in possession any speckled trout 
(galvelinus fontinalis), lake trout or land-locked salmon, between 1st October and 
1st April. Unlawful to fish for trout by any other means than angling with hook 
and line. Penalty for breach of foregoing provisions, $20 for each offence. 

ExPLOSiVRS. -The use of explosives to kill any kind of fish is prohibited under 
a penalty of $20. 

Bam.— Close season, from 1st March to lut October, except that bass may be 
fished for at all times by angling with hook and line. Bass should not be fished 
for by any net having meshes of a less size than 6 inches, extension measure, nor 
by means of seines. Penalty, $20. 

Shad and Gaspbriaux.- Close season for shad and gaspereaux shall be from 
■unset on Friday evening to sunrise on Monday morning in each week. Penalty,$20. 



MORTON k CO., S. 8. Llbrarieg and Reqalsites, Halifax. 



Harty PUntt a N. S. HURSEBT, Lookiii«n St., HAUVAIL. 



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Fresh and Salted BEEF, 

VEaKTABLKS, &c 

Fresh Mutton, Pork, Bread, itc. 




J. A. Leaman & Co., 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



Victuallers, 



AND 



Manufacturers of Canned Goods, Bolopas, Etc. 

6 TO 10 Bedford row, Halifax, N. S. 

ESTABLISHED 1864. 

MIDIOfl nOXei. GRANT BROS., Proprietors. 

i-Eiaa-dis, ^i.so i^soEa x>js.-sr. 




/1\HE most central Hotel in the city— near Post Office, Custom House, 
1? principal Banks and Steamboat Landings. The house has been newly 
renovated and extended with an additional wing containing fifteen nice airy 
rooms, all furnished with modern furniture and electric lights throughout. 
The Quests of tb«.> Albion Hotel are fumished with a $500 
Accident Policy, good for seven days, free of charge. 






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Hotel American. 

Directly opposite I. C. R. Station. TRURO, NOVA SCOTIA. 

GASSON & nqiSHOLM, - Proprietors. 



Sample Rooms. 
Terms: $1.5 to $" x 



Hot and Cold Bathff 
Crisine TJuexcelled. 



VietoHa Hotel, 

GEO. R. DUPE, = Proprietor. 



Directly opposite I. C. R. Station, 
XRURO, IM. 



Terms: S1.50 and S2.00. 



Outram St., opposite i. c. r. Depot, TRURO, N. S. 



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HIS Hotel has been thoroughly repaired both outside and in, 
and renovated and newly fUmlshed throughout, and is now 
ready for permanent and transient boarders. Everything new 
and in flrst-class order. Every attention paid to the comfort of 
guests. Good Stabling. Terms Moderate 

CHARLES COOKE, Proprietor. 



Maitland House, 



Prince St., 
TRURO, N. S. 



TEKMH PER DAY, $1.00 to $1.50. 

/H-HIS Temperance Hotel is most beautifully and centrally situated, 
-1^ being four minutes walk from R. R. Station, and near to Post 
Office, Schools and Churches. The Proprietor is now in a position to 
give every attention to the wants and comforts of their guests. The 
first time you are in town try this house. 

CAPT W, L. HcLELLAN. 



SCOFIL A PAttE, LIEN'S A»l> BOV» CLOTHING, H4UFAX. 



fM RoseH at NOTA SCO'iTIA HURSERT, Lockman HU, Hallffftz. 



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Albion 

Hoiol Airx^rloan . 
Kawt!tan(. ^fouM . 
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Terrace fi^'tel . . . 
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Halifax. N. 8 

Truro, N. 8 

Truro, N.« 

Truro, N. S 

Truro, N S 

Amho»-Ht, N. 8 

New Glas<?ow, N. S . 



Proi-kibtorh. 



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Grant Bros 

CaSBon & Chlsholm. . 
Oapt. W. U McLellan 

Mrs. Ainsley 

GhoH, Cook 

Wtii. G. Calh>oun 

B. MacDeamiid 



Truro, N. S Goo. R. Dupe . 



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CONSULS, VICE-CONSULS, etc. 

HALIFAX — Hon. Darius H. Ingraham, United States Consul 
General, (jleorge Hill, Vice and Deputy U. S. Consul '•neral. 

LuNENBfjRO — Daniel M. Owen, Consular Agent. 
Bridobwatkr — Hon Wm H. Owen, " " 

Liverpool- J. N. S. Marshall, " " 

WINDSOR— Edward Young, U. S. Consul. '' " % 

CoRNWALLis — F. W. Rand, Consular Agent. 
Kempt — John G. Surges*, " " 

Parrsboro' — David A. Pluniley, " " 

Port Joogins — Wtn Moffat, " " 

PICTOU— Mark P. Pendleton, U. S. Consul. 

John R. Noonan, Vice and Deputy Consul. 
Magdalen Islands — R. J. Leslie, Consular Agent. 
Antigonisii— Rupert Cunningham, (Consular Agent. 
PuGWASH AND Wallace — Conrad W. Morris, Consular Agcut. 
Port Hawkbsbury and Mulgrave — Alex Bain, " " 

Canso — Alfred W. Hart, Consular Agent, 
Sydney— J. E. Burchell, " " 

YARMOUTH— C. A. O'Connor, U. S. Consul. 
Annapolis — Jacob M. Owen, Consular Agent. 
Barrington — Thos. W. Robertson, " " 

Shelburne— Wna B, Stewart, " " 

DiGBY— T. H. White, " " 

Consulate op Spain — W. G. Jones, F.-Consu/, Halifax. W.Purves, 
Vice-Consul, Sydney. Consular Agents, J. M. Owen, Annapolis; 
C. II. Rigby, Little Glace Bay ; Robie S. Sterns, Liver|K)ol ; D M. 
Owen, Lunenburg; H. Primrose, Pictou ; D. W. B. Moody, Yarmouth. 
Chas. Burrlll, Weymouth. 

France. — G. E. Francklyn, Halifax ; Consular 
B., Fred Moseley. Netherlands Vice-Con- 

re. Portuguese Consul. — Thos, Abbott. 

WEDEN Vice-Consul. — I. H. MathsTs. 

■W. H. Hart. Belgian Consul — A. E. Curren. 

— C. A. Creighton, Halifax; G. H. Dobson, 
Pugwash. Italian Consul. — Wm. J. Fisher, 
W. Hanright, Vice-Consul. Uruguay Vice- 

C. Boak. Haytian Consul — M. Carney. 

—Geo R. Hart. 



ViCB-CONSUL OF 

Agent at Sydney, C. 
SUL. — Dr. Wickwi 
Norway and S 
Austrian Consul- 
German Consuls. 
Sydney ; A. Wilson, 
Consul General ; F. 
Consul.— H W. 
Brazilian Consul 



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55 GRANVILLE ST., COR SACKVILLE, 



H. 1^. \SriL.I^ISTON, 

Ruggles' Market, - - Barrington Street. 

-Mc(5o/n/ni88io9 ft\erQi)^\)t $^ 

AND OINERAL DEALER IN ALT. KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE. 

BEEF, LAMB, PORK, POULTRY. GAME, IN THEIR 

SEASON. Also. OYSTERS. 

Consignments Solicited and Prompt Returns Made. 
TELEPHONE 939, HALIFAX, N. S. 

R. (J. MONROI5, A. B. 



Barrister, Solicitor, ^(otary, Etc. 

DIGBY, NOVA SCOTIA, 
Solicitor for the Bank of Nova Scotia at Digby. 



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OUTRAM ST., (OppoMite I. C. U. station,) TRURO, N. 8. 



THIS Hotel has been thoroughly repaired both outside and in, 
and i:enovated and newly furnished throughout. Every atten- 
tion paid to the comfort of Guests. 

I TERMS, $1.50 TO $2.00 PER DAY. 

IVIRS. AIIMSLEY. Rroprletre 



J[OftTO:y 4; CO., Books Att<t SUUoflorj, HftlUkx. 



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UNDERTAKER. 164 M I LL ST. 



Coffins aui Ca:<keta at Lowest Prices. ST. JOHN, N. B. 

All Orderkt Executed with Neatness and Despatch. 

TELEPHONE No. 89-NIGHT OR DAY. 



W. A. PURCELL, 

Taxidepmist & pishing Rod IWaker, 

22 BARRINGTON ST., HALIFAX, N. S. 



Fishing Tackle, &c., Guns and Sporting Ammunition. 



Moose and Caribou Heads Stuffed and Mounted on the 
natural skull, a specialty. 

JAS. McLEARN & SON, 

217 & 219 Barrington St., - HALIFAX, N. S. 

, DEALERS m 

►H -flll kinds of pEED.-l^^ 



-- AGENTS FOR 



Oil Cake, linseed Meal, North American Cattle Food, &c. 

PROPRIETORS OF McLEARN'8 EXPRESS. 



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BRJMiOLEY BROS., 

(6 Rope Strjpped Blofis. IJgiiynirikfi & Ipiiii J 

For Ship, Quarry, Farm, Lumbormen and other usei. 
ST. JOHN, N. B. 






SHIP ft YACHT STEERINQ WHEELS. 



Bay of Fundy S. S. Co., 



= Xjio^cxarss. 



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CITY OF IVIONTICEliliO," 



Or other Steamer, 

Plying between ST. JOqN, DIGBY and ANNAPOLIS, 

Connecting^ at Annapolis with Dominion Atlantic R. R. for 
Halifax and points East, and at Digby for Yarmouth and 
points West. At St. John with the Canadian Pacific, 
Intercolonial and Shore Line R. R's, and International 
and Star Line S. S. Co. 

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For Sailings apply to 

TROOP & SON, Managers, 

ST. JOHN, M. B. 



JIORTON A CO., 143 BArrlngton 8t., HALIFAX, N. 8. 



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ADVEHT18EMENT. 



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A. & W. IWAGKIJlIiAY, 

^^S-Publishers,-!^!* 



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BLANK BOOK MAKERS, 

135 & 137 GRANVILLE STREET, HALIFAX, N. S. 



-OARHY A L\KGK STOCK 01'- 



Staple 9 papey Statioi?ery, 

FLAT PAPERS AND CARD BOARDS, 

BLANK BOOKS AND WRITING PADS, 

Of their own manufacture. 

Room Papers, School Boob, Maps, Globes, k, 

AGENTS FOR 

Carter's Inks uiid Mucilage, 

W.'lker's Centric Pens, 

Johann Faber's Lead Pencils, 
Wexford Linen Bond Writing Papers, 
Esterbrook's Steel Pens, 

Shannon Files and Binderru 

WRITE FOR QUOTATIONS. 



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and l.tverpool, c«|Uiig,ii QilfbfC, Rlmouski, an< iiH^^ifie 
Mrlng 9mimtt, tkm h^VwtW tikllfAX imd LiveriM>ol oaltln^ 
lai Mioynie in Wiii«lr* BttAimi^ 4tm$Md from HaliJEaak to 
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A0«ii4ft at Halifax^ 



EY WAL. 



; rT''^»8 celeVrAte^ Oo^, ininotl by the flkiiaf fit Mittilifc A— qefa- 
^on/Ltd,. -pimmS^^ O B, At IfSffll iTj^^ CsipB 
Af^oo, has lonjilieiin genut uUy kttowii under th«tNtii(f<f'6l'P3^dlt^^ 
#a>iU. «ind this ^ii|M^.^ rcaUWt'ti'tl tti & TtnAe JIdimfU/ to m^vA 
ty^ftiMt^il^epiionJlia^^ coals lidtij^ sold with tliQ prelx uf, 

'fSycNBjr." ou ji/' fiydaty Oe»l/' a coiiifkate in issued 'Mi 
JiKsh oa^go of 0«gauine Sydney Goal Shipped. 

" Bjr^xxpjr'G^" BUiidfi ttt the hciful of all JNTova Scotian smcl 
(Sia|>« Br«iii|iJpoaIii in itn rapiitAtioti for Botiae tJ#e. It i« 

CuNARD & Morrow, 

gATiTFAg, K. 8. - - • OtnorAl Affftsitfti 
^ R. H. BSO^N, Ify "ty M|Ji«0« Roildent Manager. 



ANTHRACITE COAL, 

F«r 8«1« l»y til* CurfO m4 MiHkller quantities bjr 

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