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YARMOUTH 

TOWN DIRECTORY 



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PRINTED FOR OOMPILRR : 

AT THE YARMOUTH TIMES JOB OPFICJC, 

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THE Town of Yarmouth, as comprised within the 
limits recognized in the following Directory, is 
second only to the city of Halifax, in Nova Scotia, in popu- 
lation ; and it probably holds the same relative position in 
the aggregate wealth of its population. By a careful cal- 
culation made by the compiler of this Directory, that popu- 
lation is computed at — in round numbers — 8000 souls. 
A large proportion of the property owned in the place con- 
sists of shipping. Indeed, the port and town of Yarmouth, 
in proportion to its population, owns more shipping tonnage 
than any other port in the Dominion of Canada. On the 
1st day of January, 1890, its shipping amounted, in the 
aggregate, to 103,125 tons. Of late years, Yarmouth has 
become somewhat noted for the enterprise and activity 
displayed in the development of its manufacturing indus- 
tries. Of this, ample evidence may be gathered from the 
following pages. Its trade is brisk, healthy, and growing, 
as the following table, compiled from official returns, will 
show: 



Year ending 
June 30. 


Imports. 


Exports. 


Duty Paid. 


1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 


$515,362 
487,721 
476,391 
518,826 
644,055 
674,974 


$627,909 
509,806 
459,869 
668,624 
770,157 
675,729 


$80,732.21 
85,038.86 
75,900.57 
80,863.38 
95,520.69 
93,014.76 



It will thus be seen that the aggregate trade of Yarmouth 
for six years amounted to $7,029,423, or (excepting the 
three capital cities) greater by over a million dollars than 
that of any other pott in the maritime provinces. 

Yarmouth has direct steam communication, every com- 
fort and facility ensured, with Boston, U.S., with St. John, 
N.B , with Halifax and the intermediate ports, and with 
ports in Digby County. In the course of the current year 
(1890), it will be in unbroken communication by railway 
with Halifax, and thus will be connected with the great 
railway system, not only of Canada, but of all Korth 
America. 

Yarmouth contains 13 places of public worship, viz. : — 
2 Church of England, 2 Roman Catholic, 3 Close 
Comniuniton Baptist, 1 Free Will Baptist, 2 W*isleyan 
Methodist, 1 Presbyterian, 1 Congregationalist, and 1 
African Methodist Episcopal. The educational interests 
of its youth are looked after by a County Academy, and 4 
large section schools, besides several private schools. 

Yarmouth is prettily situated upon gently undulating 
ground, slightly elevated above the tidal waters of its 
harbor. Its buildings, although mainly constructed of 
wood, are, for the most part, of a substantial character ; 
and its dwellings, in the greater number of instances, 
betoken a degree of thrift and good taste, in the dwellers, 
which enable Yarmouth to compare more than favorably 
with other Canadian towns of equal population. 



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MASONIC : 

HiBAM Lodge, A. F. & A. M., meets in Keith Hall, 
(Eakins Building) first Monday of every month. 

Scotia Lodge, A. F. & A. M., meets in Scotia Hall» 
(Lovitt's Building) third Monday of every month. 

Union Chapter, Eoyal Arch Masons, meets in Keith 
Hall (Eakins Building) fourth Thursday of every month. 

ODDFELLOWS : 

Diamond Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., meets in Oddfellow's 
Hall (Bingay's Building) every Thursday. 

TEMPEEANCE : 

Milton Division, S. of T., meets in Division Hall, 
Milton, every Monday evening. 

Scotia Temple of Honor, meets in Division Hall, 
Milton, every Thursday. 

Southern Beacon Lodge, I. O. 6. T., meets in Lodge 
room, St. Julian Hall, South End, every Monday. 



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Acland William, tailor, 323 Main, resides 5 Townshend 

Adams Henry, at woollen mill, 33 Church 

Adams Margaret, widow of James, 18 Argyle 

Advent Christian Hall, 343 Main 

Agricultural Warehouse, 204 Main 

Alder Ed., consrvt'ry and garden, 31 John; resd. 42 Parade 

Alexander Miss, spinster, 396 Main 

Allen Alfred W., accountant, 493 Main 

Allen Benjamin, cooper. Church, east of R. C. cemetery 

Allen Caroline, widow of Wm., 24 Starr's Road 

Allen Charles, foundry man, 89 Parade 

Allen Daniel, laborer, J Bond 

Allen Edward, grocer, 551 and 553 Main, resd. at 509 

Afcen Edward, master mariner, 2 Queen 

Allen Ernest, laborer, Church, east of R. C. cemeter}'^ 

Allen Frederick, expressman, 11 High 

Allen George, blacksmith, 17 East 

Allen George, janitor Methodist church. Grove 

Allen George, laborer, Cook's lane, off Vancouver 

Allen George F., carpenter, 127 Argyle 

Allen Henry, at cotton mill, 35 Vancouver 

Allen James, com'r of highways, Chestnut, nr Wetmore 

Allen Lewis, farmer, 171 Argyle 

Allen Marian, spinster, 492 Main 

Allen Robert, master mariner, 491 Main 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

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ALSO DEALERS IN 

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SON BLOEK, YARMOUTH, N. S.^ 

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Allen William, carpenter, north Pleasant 

Allen William, cooper, 6 Ryerson 

Allen William, laborer, Pleasant, near Forest 

Allen William, truckman, 16 Carlton 

All Saints school house, 15 Herbert 

Ambrose St., church, Roman Catholic, 22 Barnard 

Ambrose St., church, (new) R. C, Albert, N. W. cor Green 

Ambrose St., Society, 221 Main 

American Express Office, 347 Main 

Anderson John C, farmer, 185 Argyle 

Andrews Martha E., widow of William, 22 Water 

Anderson Mrs., second-hand dealer, 161 Main 

Anderson Thomas, mason, boards New England Hotel 

Archibald Capt., Salvation Army quarters, 2 Tooker 

Archibald Erskine, mill owner, 9 Cliff 

Arthur George, printer, north Pleasant 

Ashe Daniel, engine driver, W. C. railway, 410 Main 

Atchison James, master mariner, 225 Main 

Atkins James A., seaman, 468 Water 

Atkins Mrs., widow of Ambrose, 2 Church 

Atwood Elisha, carpenter, 5 Fairmount 



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FOR 

Fine Boots and Shoes, 

Slippers, Rubbers, etc. 

THE BEST IN THE MARKET. 

DO NOT FAIL TO SEE 

♦•DANE'S $2.00 DOUGLA.S BOOT,-« 

Over 300 pairs Bold within a short time, and every pair given 

satisfaction. 

DANE'S $1.00 FINE KID BOOT 

Takes the lead. 

DANE'S $3.60 CA.LF BALS. AND CONGRESS. 

DANE'S $3.00 CALF BALS. AND CONGRESS 

Are the host goods ever offered for the money. 



DANE'S WATERPROOF GRAIN TONGUE 

LONG BOOTS. 

Something new, and 

EVERY PAIR WARRANTED WATERPROOF. 

I have on ha/idi)he largest stoch of fine Rubbers of 
all hinds and Rubber Boots, ever kept by me. 

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Babine Frank, laborer, 16 Moody's lane 
Bailey John S., shoemaker, 37 Argyle 
Bain Alexander, Livery Stables, 18 to 32 John, resd. 36 
Bain James, Livery Stables, 34 John 
Baker Amos, fisherman, 15 East 
Baker Andrew, laborer, 5 Huston 
Baker Deborah, widow of Ellis, 48 Beacon 
Baker Grace, music teacher, 1 9 Jenkins 
Baker James G., carpenter, 36 Hawthorn, rsd 20 Carlton 
Baker James E., laborer, 103 Argyle 
Baker W., clerk, 18 Willow 
Baker John, carpenter, 18 Willow 

Baker Hon. Loran E., merchant, &c., office Baker's^ 
wharf, resd. Beacon House, Beacon and Main streets 
Baker Mary Edith, widow of Norman, 9 Beacon 
Baker Michael P., tinsmith, 18 Hawthorn 
Baker Thomas C, lighthouse keeper, 103 Argyle 
Bank, Dominion Savings, 2 John 
Bank, Exchange, 349 Main 
Bank of Nova Scotia, 329 Main 
Bank of Yarmouth, 320 Main 
eo I Barr F. A., carpenter, 435 Main 

Barrett Geo. A., barber and hairdresser, 283 Main 

Baker's w:harf (steamboat) and T wharf, ent. to, 176 Water 

Baker's north wharf, entrance 189 Water 

Baptist Church, First, 346 to 360 Main 

Baptist Church, Free, 31 William 

Baptist Church, Milton, 11 Elm 

Baptist Parsonage, Milton, 3 Elm 

Barbour Emma J., widow of Thomas, 33 Parade 

Bath Robert, laborer, 15 Chester 



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Bath Charles, carpenter, 38 Starr's road 

Bath Hugh, nickel plater, 38 Starr's road 

Baxter John, insurance agent, 14 Kirk ' " 

Beacon Lodge, Southern, 112 Main 

Beals John, stevedore, 76 Water 

Bell Bertha, widow of Samuel Francis, 64 Forest 

Bell Dr. George, general practitioner, 373 Main 

Bennett Kose, widow of Andrew, 8 Barnard 

Bent George, laborer, 3 Marshall's lane 

Bent Joseph, laborer, 3 Marshall's lane 

Bent Norman H., master mariner, 40 Argyle 

BeiTy George, laborer, Clements avenue 

Beveridge Hugh, night watchman, 443 Main 

Beveridge Hugh, master mariner, 13 Starr's road 

Beveridge Eobert, foundryman, 14 Whipple 

Beveridge Sarah, widow of Ephraim, 72 Starr's road 

Bingay George, barrister (T. V. B. Bingay & Sons), 12 Argyle 

Bingay J. Went., barrister (T. V. B. Bingay & Sons 34 Cliff 

Bingay Jacob, shipowner, 190 Main, ofl5ce 256 

Bingay T. V. B., barrister (T. V. B. Bingay & Sons), 33 

Forest and 20 Cumberlard 
Bingay T. V. B., jr., clerk Exchange Bank, 61 William 
Bingay's Building, entrance 256 Main 
Bingay T. V. B. & Sons, barristers, &c., 214 Main 
Bird Martin, at gas works, 1 Fifth lane 
Book Bindery, Yarmouth, J. M. Lawson, prop,. 9 Jenkins 
Bond Mrs. Joseph B., 231 Main 
Bpnanza shop, J. Miller, manager, 357 Main 
Boston Marine Insurance building, 212 to 216 Main 
Boston Marine Irsurance Office, 216 Main 
Boudreau Albert, seaman, 9 Hawthorn 
Boudrot Marthe, widow of Hilaire, 15 Argyle 



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NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER IN THE SUPREME 

AND COUNTY COURTS 

rOB THE COITKTIES OF YABMOVTH AND DIGBY. 

Agent for reliahle Marine, Fire, Life and Accident 

Insurance Companies. 



Agent for tbe following first-claBs Mercantile ft Collection Companies : 

THE CANADIAN, 

READE, 

WILLIE, 

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Office. No, 323 Main Street, 

BAKER'S BLOCK, YARMOUTH, N. S. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS, 

I make a specialty of seiriQg a good, boQest, senriGoabte apd stylisi; 
class of goods for all the people at a very clieap price. 

I ALSO KEEP A STOCK OF 

LADIES' FINE FRENCH AND DONGOLA 

KID BOOTS^ 

And Men's Fine French Calf and Cordovan Hand-sewed 

Boots and Shoes. 

AT THE DIAMOND FRONT, 

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Bourbine Charles, carpenter, 13 Barnard court 

Boudy John, sailmaker, 7 Porter's lane 

Bower Addison, agent, 140 Main 

Bowers Daniel, laborer, 18 Queen 

Bowers Ernest, laborer, 170 Main 

Bowers Fraser, laborer, 172 Main 

Bown Thomas S., customs surveyor, 79 Prince 

Boyd Benjamin, carpenter, 6 Moody's lane 

Boyd Charles, laborer, 170 Main 

Boyd Jacob, moulder, 13 Eyerson 

Boyd James, seaman, 4 Adelaide 

Boyd Mary, widow of James, 10 Adelaide 

Boyd Samuel, mariner, 42 Starr's road 

Boyd William, gardener, 441 Main 

Buis Benjamin, laborer, 14 Queen 

Burridge Ambrose, carpenter, 19 Barnard (couit) 

Business College, J. W. Walsh, teacher, 355 Main 

Butler Richard, laborer, 18 Barnard 

Butler & Haley, furniture warehouse, 2 Argyle 

Building and Loan Society, Yarmouth, oflSce 308 Main 

Burns Annie, widow of Martin, boarding house, 465 Main 

Burns Lewis, painter, 467 Main 

Bums L. M., paper hanger, 395 Main 

Burridge Lawrence, at cotton mill, 7 Chestnut 

Burrill Catherine, widow of William, 573 and 575 Main 

Burrill Dorcas, dressmaker, 579 Main 

Bunill Henry, farmer, 577 Main 

Burrill Henry, jr., general dlr., 555 Main, resd. Starr's rd. 

Burrill Gordon M., 75 Vancouver 

Burrill Hannah L., widow of Joseph, 75 Vancouver 



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MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT MARINE HOSPITAL 
SECRETARY BOARD OF HEALTH. 

CORONER, ETC. 

Office : 247 Main Street. 
Eesidence : 249 Main Street. 

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Burrill James, merchant, Wetmore 

Burrill-Johnson Company, iron works, foundry, shipyard 

and wharf, 267 to 305 Water 
BurrillJoseph P., jr., prov. d'lr, 276 Main, rsd. 47 Stan-'s rd. 
Burrill Judson, Wetmore 
Burrill Samuel, farmer, 577 Main 
Burrill William, moulder, 540 Main 
Burrill William, merchant and shipowner, 55 Elm 
Burrill Wm. & Co., general dealers, 565 Main 
Burton James, manager gas works, 475 Main 
Butler Albert, boatbuilder, 36 Water, rcsd 89 Main 
Butler James, carpenter, 542 Main 
Butler Trueman E., carpenter, Bain's road 
Byeis Charles, truckman, 17 Highstreet place 
Byrne Jane, widow, 504 Main 
Black Sinclair, bandmaster, boards Yarmouth Hotel 
Blauvclt Job, carpenter, 5 Doane 
Brackett William., barber and hairdresser, 246 Main, resd. 

52 Alma 
Brannen James M., fisherman, 12 Starr's road 
Blethen Charles, foundryman, 374 Main 
Brideeo Edward, gardener, 6 Carlton 
Brignell Janies, Supt. W. C. Railway, 478 Main 
Brooksido House and grounds, Parade, S. E. corner 

Clements Avenue 
Brown Andrew, wool carder, 64 Main 
Brown Arthur AY., clerk Bank Yarmouth, 17 Vancouver 
Brow^n Charles, painter (Brown & Smith), 30 Cliff 
Brown Charles E., retired merchant, 17 Vancouver 
Brow^n Charles F., manager Telephone Ex., 17 Vancouver 
Brown Eleanor, widow of Amos B., Wetmore 



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Brown Ellen, widow of Hon. Stayley, 36 Cumberland 

Brown Ellen H.. widow of Geo. W., 30 Elm 

Brown Emily, widov^ of Samuel, 57 Cliff 

Brown Hattie M., spinster, 4 Summer 

Brown John, overseer at Cotton mill, Bain's road 

Brown Joseph J., master mariner, 26 Willow 

Brown Miles, at organ factory, 9 Kirk 

Brown Eobert Balfour, watchmaker and jeweller, 259 

Main, resides 188 
Brown Sarah, widow of Robert, 429 Main 
Brown Sarah B., widow of Edward, 4 Summer 
Brown T. B., watchmaker and jeweller, 304 Main, resides 

north end Clements Avenue 
Brown William Henry, engraver, 188 Main 
Brown William V., insurance agent, 329 Main, resd 41 Alma 
Brown & Smith, painters, 230 Main 
Bruce Mrs. M., milliner, 282 Main 
Brush Benjamin, fisherman, 140 water 
Bryant Charles A., accountant, 7 Public lane 



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Caie Eobert, barrister, 329 Main, read. 46 Vancouver 

Cain George, laborer, 4 McManus 

Cain George, machinist, 12 William 

Cain J. H., shoemaker, 412 Main 

Cain James, jr., master m:iriner, 74 Main 

Cain Samuel, farmer, 142 Main 

Cain Stephen, carpenter, 23 Queen 

Cain Thomas, laborer, 8 Starr's road 

Cameron A., principal Yarmouth seminary, 62 William 

Cameron William, tailor, 20 Bay view (or Baker) 

Campbell Colin, seaman, 65 Prince 

Campbell J. E., quarryman, 6 Flats lane 

Campbell William S., customs dept.. Parade, E. of cemetery 

Cann Anthony J., bookkeeper, 8 elm 

Cann Augustus, master mariner, 84 Vancouver 

Cann Charles, clerk, 40 Vancouver 

Cann E. B., tailor and furnisher, 325 Main, resd. 13 Alma 

Cann Elizabeth, widow of James, 22 North Alma, corner 

Brunswick 
Cann George, master mariner, 54 Tooker 
Cann George, master mariner, 537 JIain 
Cann H. E., shipowner, 57 William 
Cann IT. W., grocer and provision dealer, 484 and 486 

Main, resd., 2 Summer 
Cann Hugh & Co., shipowners, tugboat owners, 217 Water 
Cann Hugh D., master mariner, 90 Vancouver 
Cann Joseph, master mariner, 537 Main 



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of H3rpophosphites of Lime and Soda to the Teaspoonful, 

AN EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOR 

Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Consumption 

and all Diseases attended with Loss 

of Flesh and Strength. 

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Cann Miner C, master mariner, 77 Prince 

Cann Thcmas, mariner, 21 Butler 

Cann's wharf, entrance to 215 Water 

Caperon John, laborer, 3 Lewis lane 

Carey Charles, job printing office, 7 John, resd. 49 Cliflf 

Carr Thomas, boiler maker, 6 Stqte lane 

Carpet beating, Yarmouth Steam Co , 1 to 7 Haskell 

Carroll Martin, Carroll street, near cemeteiy rear gate 

Carroll William, mason, 70 Main 

Carvin H. •D., master mariner, 281 Main 

Carter Thomas, gas works, 3 Pearl 

Caskey William, retired truckman, 93 Main 

Catlin Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, 4 Brown 

Clark John, machinist, 17 Chester 

Clarke Emma, widow of Eben, 4 Gardner 

Clements Anne, widow of Simon, 15 Barnard (court) 

Clements Edgar N., barrister, Boston Marine Building, 

resd 68 Prince 
Clements E. Frank, manager Merchants & Manufacturers 

Co., 308 Main, boards 465 
Clements Emily, spinster, Brookside Honse 
Clements James E., bookkeeper Yarmouth St-eamship Co., 

36 Seminary 
Clements N. K , cattle feed dealer, 1 1 John, resd. 294 Main 
Cleveland William, foundryman, 376 Main 
Cleveland Thomas, carpenter, Forest, east of Haley road 
Chase William A., agent.Yarmouth Steamship Co., 44 Cliff 
Chipman Agnes, school teacher, 466 Main 
Chipman. Emily, widow, 466 Main 
Chipman Lewis, barrister (Corning & Chipman), 30 

Church, Strawberry Villa 
Chute Hiram E., (Chute, Hall & Co.) 72 Alma 



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LEA.DENG DEALER IN 



FURNITURE, 




ddmg,|cc., ^-c. 

Children's Carriages 

A SPECIALTY. 



NOVELTIES IN 



Rattan Goods, 



Furniture, Etc. 



Goods Shipped Free of Charge for export 

FROM 

Wyman's Furniture Rooms 

Opp. Bank of Yarmouth. 



MINARD'S FAMILY PILLS are the best Liyer Pills. 



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Christie George D., 573 and 575 Main 

Christie Kate, spinster, 573 and 575 Main 

Christie Jane, widow of Dr. A., 573 and 575 Main 

Chumblee Abraham J., farmer, Jervis 

Church Margaret, widow of Charles Wm., 74 Alma 

Church, First Baptist, 34(5 to 350 Main 

Church, Free Baptist, 93 William 

Church, Providence, Methodist, 138 Main 

Church, St. Ambrose (new), Roman Catholic, Albert, 

west corner Green 
Church, St. Ambrose (old), Roman Catholic, 22 Barnard 
Church, Milton Baptist, 11 Elm. 
Church of St. John, Presbyterian, 2 Kirk 
Church, Tabernacle, Congregationalist, 360 Main. 
Church, Temple (Baptist), 45 Argyle. 
Church of Holy Trinity, Anglican, 64 William. 
Church Wesley (Methodist) 462 Main 
Churchill George, shipwright, north Pleasant 
Churchill George, expressman, 446 Main 
Churchill Henry, furniture painter, boards 425 Main 
Churchill Henry, farmer, Starr's road, near Haley road 
Churchill Israel, carpenter, 20 Alma 
Churchill Jacob, carpenter, 32 Starr's road 
Churchill Jacob, foundryman, 14 Starr's road 
Churchill J., painter and glazier, 3 First street 
Churchill James, porter, north Pleasant 
Churchill John, painter, 20 Alma 
Churchill John S., master mariner, 8 Worth 
Churchill Joseph, carpenter, 2 Butler 
Churchill Letitia, widow of Wm., 413 Main 
Churchill Murray, foundryman, 421 Main 
Churchill Rufus, house mover, Wetmore 






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VICTORIA 



Steam Laundry, 

25 JOHN STREET, 



OPP. TIMES OFFICE. 



Save Trouble in HOUSE-CLEANING 

by sending your curtains, blinds, 
etc., to the Laundry. 



Gents' and Ladies' Linen 

Done up in first-class style, jjromptly, at 

moderate prices. 



SHIRTS,. COLLARS AND CUFFS 

A SPECIALTY.* 

ALL GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. 






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Churchill Eupert, farmer, Starr's road, east of Pleasant 

Churchill Samuel, laborer, 487 Water 

Churchill William, tinsmith, 53 Albert 

Churchill & Wetmore, plumbers, gasfitters, &c., 133 Main 

Coaldwell Arthur W., confectionery, etc, 285 Main, 

resides 39 John 
Coaldwell Marsden, Customs inspector, 39 John 
Cobb Luther L., moulder, 49 Alma 
Coffee Rooms, W. C. T. U., 191 Water 
Cole Dermot, coachbuilder, 15 Hawthorn 
Collier John, laborer, 12 Church 
Commercial wharf, entrance to. 111 Water 
Comeau Eleazer, shoemaker, 557 Main 
Comean Frank, clerk W. C. E., boards 7 Chestnut 
Comeau Joseph, carpenter, 1 Doane 
Congregationalist church (Tabernacle), 360 Main 
Cook Albert, truckman, .101 Main 
Cook Albert, jr , truckman, 101 Main 
Cook Caleb, cooper, 41 Argyle 
Cook David, night watchman, 15 Queen 
Cook David S., carpenter, 2 Crescent 
Cook Elisha, painter and glazier, 37 South-East 
Cook Eliza, widow of David, 199 Main 
Cook Frank C, laborer, rear of 8 Lewis lane 
Cook Frank (J., truckman, 99 Main 
Cook Georp^e, mason, 173 Argyle 
Cook George L., teamster, 62 Main 
Cook George L., laborer, 49 Vancouver 
Cook H., truckman, 11 Doane 
Cook Herman, laborer, 20 Hawthorn 
Cook James, teamster, 4 Kempt 



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LINCOLN & WILLIAMS. 



DEALERS IN 



Stoves, Sinks, Hollow and Enamelled 

Ware, Coal Hods, Kitchen Furnishing 

Goods, Grates and Mantels, Canary 

Bird Cages, &c. 



MANUFACTURERS OP 




in\^/'arc and Sheet Iron. 




WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

AGENCY BURRELL-J0HN80N CO.'S STOVES. 

MAIN ST., YARMOUTH, N. S. 
WATER STREET EMPORIUM. 

nnnnrnirQ— FLOUR, meal, middlings, pork, lard, 

unUULniLO MOLASSES, and all kinds of groceries at bot- 

torn prices. 

9HIP PH&Nni FRY ^^ ^^^ ^i^^^j and Ships' Stores. 

QnnTC AUn OUnCC^^^arge assortment to select from. 
DUU I HNU OnULO Substantial, well finished and extra 

value. Bought right and for sale 

low. 

riDV nnnriQ— Wliite and Grey Cottons, Flannels, Dress Ma- 
UllI UUUUu terial, Shirting, and all kinds of Staple Dry 

Goods. 

Leather, Lime, Bricks, Plaster, Cement, Lumber, 

Shingles, etc. 

J. M. DAVIS, 

Water Street, foot of Brown Street. 



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Cook Manassah, carpenter, 8 Crescent 

Cook M. P., merchant (Cook & Stoneman), 36 Collins 

Cook Walter, retired farmer, 33 Argyle 

Cook Howard S., photographer, 43 Forbes 

Cook & Cleveland, carpenters and b'lders, 115 to 121 Water 

Cook & Stoneman, dry goods, 327 Main 

Cooper Eev. C. F., Free Baptist, 101 Main 

Co-Operative Co., Farmers* & Citizens' shop, 306 and 310 

Main 
Corbett Mary, widow, 21 Argyle 
Cordova Leather Works, 100 to 104 Water 
Corning John R, retired merchant, 59 Forest 
Coming Bowman, master mariner, 78 Vancouver 
Corning Horatio, painter, 312 Main, resd. 50 Beacon 
Coming John B. B., clerk, 59 Forest 
Coming Mrs., widow of Nelson A., 404 Main 
Coming Thomas E., barrister (Coming & Chipman), 14 Kirk 
Coming & Chipman, barristers, &c., Eakins Building, 308 

Main 
Comwall John, waterman, 161 Water 
Cosman Eliakim, truckman, 23 Barnard lane 
Cosman Mary, widow of James 36 Vancouver 
Cosman Nathan, laborer, 5 Hawthom 
Cottreau Henri, laborer, 8 Haskell 
Court House, 338 to 342 Main 

Craig John A., druggist, 260 Main, cor. John, resd. 1 John 
Coward Thomas, seaman, 5 Lewis avenue 
Crawford Eobert, brassfounder (Pendrigh & Crawford) 52 

Prince 
Crawley Henry, works at organ factory, 183 Main 
Crawley Euth, widow of Joseph, 183 Main 



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A. W, COALDWELL'S 



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AND 



LUNCHROOMS. 

(ShOIGE ^ONREGmiONBI^Y. 

THE FINEST DO^IESTIC AND IMPORTED 

CIGARS, PIPES, TOBACCO, &c. 



A FINE STOCK OF 




_ SCOT ip 3H^P0]1 

Oysters from the Shell, 

By the qt. for family use. 

DELICIOUS 

ICE CREAM 

AH Flavors, by the Quart or Gnllon. 

TEMPERANCE DRINKS. 

T}\e largest assortment of Summer Drini<8 sold in Nova Scotia. 

AGENT FOR 

Mt. Washiugtoii Brain and ISTerv^e Restor- 
ative, Ginger Ale, Bottled Soda. 

285 MAIN STREET, YARMOUTH, N, S. 



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Clencleuuinff Thomas, master mariner, 52 Forbes 

Critcher Henry, dyer, 107 Main 

Crosby Araos B., carpenter, 48 South-east 

Crosby A. K., general dealer, 125 Main, resd. 7 Lewis avenue 

Crosby Mrs., widow, 7 Barnard 

Crosby Benjamin, carpenter, 2 Lewis Avenue 

Crosby I)ennis, lumber dealer, Water, lesidence 45 

Forbes. 
Crosby Eben, mariner and trader, 1 Argyle, resd. 53 Main 
Crosby Edward, carpenter, rear of Pleasant near Argyle 
Crosl)y George G., boot and shoe dealer, 84 Alma 
Crosby James L., gentlen^en's furnishings, 275 Main, resd. 

70 Prince 
CrosJ)y Dr. J. K., dentist, cflfice 293 Main, resd. Lewis ave 
Crosby Isabel Maria, widow of John K., 17 Second street 
Crosby J. T., boot and shoe dealer, 280 Main 
Crosby John, carpenter, 92 Main 
Crosby John, master maiiner, 52 Main 
Crosby John, 318 Main 
Crosby Lorenzo G., comrulssion merchant, 201 Water, resd. 

43 Cliff 
Crosby Josiah, master mariner, 140 Argyle 
Crosby Maria, widow of iVmos, 69 Clift* 
Crosby Mary, widow of Wm. H., private school, 48 Forbes 
Crosby Maurice J., clerk, 84 Alma 
Crosby Eandolph E., engineer, 90 Main 
Crosby Silas K., grocer, 431 and 433 Main 
Crosby Thomas P., accountant, 65 Tooker 
Crosby Thomas B., insurance agent, 329 Main. resd. 70 

Prince 
Crosby Vincent, clerk, 70 Prince 
Crosby Barnard, student, 70 Prince 



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G. J. MORTON, 

HOUSE AND SHIP 

PLUMBER, GASFITTER and TINSMITH. 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 








GAS AND KEROSENE FIXTURES, 

LAMPS, ETC. 

Agency for Milton Foundry Stoves, a full line 

always in stock. 

ALL KINDS OF TINWARE, KITCHEN UTENSILS, ETC. 
Special attention paid to fitting np Stores and Farnaces 



STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING. 

" Hot water heating is the most economical form of heating 
known to science, on however small a scale.— iW/r' YorJ: Scientific 
American, 

ALSO 

Hot Air Heating by Furnaces to burn 

either wood or coal. 

Specifications and estimates for all kinds of Metal Working, 

Plumbing, Heating, &c., furnished on application. The 

best of materials and an efficient corps of skilled 

workmen in all departments. 

254 Main Street, Yarmouth, N. S. 



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Crowell S. A., boot and shoe dealer, 272 Main 

Crowell Mrs., widow of Henry, 78 Prince 

Crowell Mary, dressmaker, 419 Main 

Crowell Samuel A., hardware dealer, 268, 270 Main, rcsd. 

Brunswick, S. E. corner North Alma 
Crowell Thomas, fisherman, 10 Fifth lane 
Cunningham James, master mariner, 50 Forbes 
Currie Dean F., United States commercial agent, office 308 

Main, boards Hotel Lome 
Currier Nathaniel, block and pump maker, 24 Bay view 

(or Baker) 
Custoim House, 2 John 



Danieu Sullivan & Co, 



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FINE CUSTOM WORK AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS A 

SPECIALTY. 

SULLIVAN'S BUILDING, 

MAIN STEEET, YARMOUTH, N. S. 

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No. 2G7 Main Street, 



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ALWAYS ON HAND. 



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FOR 25 CENTS. 



Specialty in Olioice luipoi-ted and Domestic 



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NEXT DOOB TO YARMOUTH HOTEL. 



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Dablgren AV. H. S., hotel proprietor, Yarmouth Hotel 

Dane G. Murra}^ (T. B. Dane & Son), 23 Forest 

Dane Thomas, 4G7 Main 

Dane Thomas B. (T. B. Dane & Son), U Central 

Dane T. B. & Son, tailors and furnishers, 319 Main 

Dane Wm. H., boots and shoes, 309 Main, resd. 24 Second 

Darragh Thomas, laborer, 4G1 Water 

Davis Benjamin, master mariner, 12 Whipple 

Davis James A., merchant (James M. Davis & Son), 26 

Tooker 
Davis James M., merchant (James M. Davis & Son), 26 

Tooker 
Davis Dr. J. D., general practitioner, 7 Kirk 
Davis James M, & Son, merchants, 209 Water 
Davis Samuel, master mariner, 16 Whipple 
Davis's wharf, entrance to, 207 Water 
Davison Oscar S., stage coach proprietor, 11 Cliff, resd. 13 
Day Charles II., student, 21 Collins 
Day Rev. George E., D.D. (Baptist), 21 Collins 
Day George E., jr., student, 21 Collins 
Day Horace L., student, 21 Collins 
Deary Frank, carpenter, 5 Barnard, resd. 6 Porter's lane 
Dease Janiies, mariner, 17 Barnard lane 
Delamere John, butcher, 128 Main. resd. ]02 
Delaney Mrs. Allen, 82 Main 
Dennis Eunice, widow of Herman, 42 South-p]ast 
Dennis James D , dry goods mercliant (Viets & Dennis), 

54 Forest 
Dennis Samuel, foundryman, 12 Store lane 
D'Entremont Freeman, fisherman, 13 Commeroial 
D'Entremont Louis A., wharfinger, 62 Prince 



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J, A, Craig, 

No, 260 Main Street, corner John Street, 

DEALER IN 




SPONGES, 

BRUSHES & SHOULDER BRACES, 

TRY NEW YORK CITY HOSPITAL COUGH SYRUP . 

A CHOICE LINE OF 

©oiLET Soaps 



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ALWAYS IN STOCK. 

DYE WOODS AND DYE STUFFS 

OF ALL KINDS. 

AND ALL KINDS OF DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES USUALLY KEPT IN 

A FIRST GLASS DRUG STORE. 

Physicians' Prescriptions Carefully Compounded and 
all orders attended to with Care and Despatch. 



Farmers and Physicians from the country will find our stock of 
Medicines complete, warranted genuine and of the best quality. 

THE LEADING PLACE IN TOWN FOR 






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Deveau Alexander, carpenter, 8 Porter^s lane 

Deveau C, laborer, 500 Main 

Deveau Frank, laborer, 9 East 

Deveau H., at cotton duck mill, 6 Cann 

Dev£au M., laborer, 500 Main 

Deveau Marc, laborer, 1 Townshend 

Deveau Phillip, seaman, 16 Barnard 

Dewolfe Charles, mason, 514 Main 

Dexter William, clerk, boards 10 Second street 

Diack Adam, oigan salesman, 2 Elm 

Diggs John, laborer, 113 Main 

Disney Chapel. African Methodist Episcopal, 10 East 

Division Hall, Sons of Temperance, 468 Main 

Dixon Mary, wfdow of John, 12 Barnard 

Doane Benjamin, mason, 4 Doane 

Doane Benjamin, taxidermist and wood-carver, 255 and 

257 Main 
Doane George, sailmaker, 10 Kempt 
Doane Thomas, carpenter, 2 Pearl 
Dock Dry, Jenkins',' 139 Water 
Dodds & Jolly, dry goods, 351 Main 
Dodds Charles, dry goods merchant (Dodds & Jolly), 

2 Willow ^ 
Doe A. E., photographer, 217 Main 
Dominion Savings Bank, 2 John 
Donahoe John, laborer, 7 Lewis lane 
Doucette Frank, laborer, 21 Barnard (court) 
Dcucette Jeanette, widow of Albert, 2 McManus 
Doucette Joseph, shipwright, 591 and 593 Main 
Doucette Luke, laborer, 18 Moody's lane 
Doucette Mary, widow of Joseph, 2 McManus 
Doucette Peter, laborer, 27 Commercial 



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Doucette Eeuben, laborer, 27 Commercial 

Doucette Theophile, seaman, 16 Church 

Dc wley Isabella, widow of Charles, 6 Tooker 

Drill Shed and Gymnasium, 13 John 

Dry Dock, 139 Water 

Dudman Dr. G. B., general practitioner, 444 Main 

Dudman Mrs., widow of sheriff W. K., 15 Elm 

Duerden Francis, sailmaker, 172 Main 

Duerden George, naval pensioner, 172 Main 

Duerden William, sailmaker, 7 Store lane 

Dulong Joseph, laborer, 44 Water 

Dulong William, fisherman, 22 Water 

Duncan George, gardener, 166 Main 

Dunn George, shoemaker, 207 Main 

Dunn Fenwick, at organ factory, 94 Main 

Durenne Peter, laborer, 24 Barnard 

Durfee James, car inspector, W. C. railway, 410 Main 

Durkee Amasa, retired merchant, 370 Main 

Durkee Edson, moulder, 64 Vancouver 

Durkee Edward, master mariner, 31 Parade 

Durkee Fanny, widow of James, 10 Second street 

Durkee George G., shipbroker, 5 John, resd. 20 Collins 

Durkee Jesse M., livery stables, 17 Hawthorn, resd. 19 

Durkee James, master mariner. Cook's lane, (off Vancouver) 

Durkee Miss, dressmaker, 290 Main 

Durkee Pearl, master mariner, 68 Vancouver 

Durkee Mrs. Sarah, widow of George, 14 William 

Durland Charles, pedler, Herbert, east of Wetmore • 

Dye Works, Yarmouth, 1 to 7 Haskell 



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AS SESSMENT SYSTEM7 ~ 

The Mutual Relief Society 

OF NOYA SCOTIA. 

Organized August 18817 Registered under the Insurance Act, 1886. 

HOME OFFICE, YARMOUTH, N. S. 

A. C. EOBBINS, President. 

Ca^h in Bank, Dec. 31, 18S9, . . $13,836.53 

Nam1i)er of Members, . . . . 1,%0 

Amount of Certificates, . . 3,429,600.00 

This Society was organized for the purpose of providing Life 
Insurance at actual cost, and, after eight years' experience, the 
oflScerg claim that the promises made to the public have been 
fulfilled. 

Ifi?* Certificates issued for one, two, and three thousand 
dollars. 

THE COST. 

Admission fee of eight, nine, and ten dollars when making 
application. Assessments — Ono in advance (according to age), if 
application accepted; further assessments as called for to meet 
death claims. 

Each member has to pay the cost of his own insurance — no 
more. If a member aged 41 holds a certificate for $1,000, he has 
to pay $1.00; while another member of the same age, holding 
certificate for $3,000, nas to pay $3.00 each assessment. 

e:xperience. 

Our experience has been that, from six assessments per year, 
all death claims have been paid, and several thousand dollars 
placed at interest as a reserve. 

SECURITY. 

In addition to the thirteen thousand dollars reserve in Bank, 
we have two thousand members who remit promptly as often as 
assessments are made. 

For full particulars of the plan, consult our Agents or write to 

MUTUAL RELIEF SOCIETY, 

Thomas B. Crosby, Manager. 
William V. Brown, Secretary, 



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Eakins Arthur W., merchant [Parker, Eakins & Co.], 58 

William 
Eakins Eobert S., merchant, 308 Main, resd. 73 Parade 
Eakins Block, main entrance, 308 Main 
Earns Arrista, piano and organ tuner, 38 Cliff 
Earl Emma, widow of George, 83 Main 
Earl George E., clerk, 83 Main 
Eaton George Fred., engineer, 31 Chester 
Edwards Charles, engine driver, waterside, W. C. E. yard 
Edgar Deborah, widow of John D., 5 Prescott 
Edgar John, boiler maker, 23 Commercial 
Eldridge Alfred E. S , clerk. Green, near E. C church 
Eldridge Alfred, tinsmith, 23 Chester 
Eldridge J. Harvey, harness maker, 14 Jenkins, resd. 2 

Tooker 
Eldridge Joseph, master mariner, 438 Water 
Ellenwood Benjamin, shoemaker, 181 Main 
EUenwood Kobert, wharfinger, 147 Main 
Ellis Ebeu, livery-stable keeper, 15 Commercial, resd. ( 

Tooker 
Ellis Misses, spinsters, 358 Main 
Episcopal Sunday School (south), 81 Main 
Evans Joseph, ofi&ce messenger, 3 Porter's lane 
Ewan George M., manager woollen mill, 508 Main 
Exchange Bank, 349 Main, corner Jenkins 
Exchange Building, 221 Main 
Express American, 847 Main 



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PENDRIGH & CRAWFORD 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Pendrigh's Patent Bell-mouthed 

Side Light. 

BELLS, 

BUTT BOLTS, 

BRASS CASTINGS, 
CLINCH EINGS, 

DECK PLATES, 

NET LEADS, 
DEEP SEA LEADS, 

STEP PLATES, 

DOVETAIL PLATES, 

MAN ROPE STANCHIONS. 

Water Closet Valves, Stop, Waste 
and Corporation Stop C'ocks, 

Spikes, Letters, 

Figures, etc- 

Particular attention paid to 




ho6phor Pronze ga^ting. 

FOUNDRY ON WATER STREET. 



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Fait John, blacksmith, north Pleasant 

Fait Rudolph, foundryman, 30 Starr's road 

Farish Henrj*^ G., accountant Bank of Yarmouth, 200 

Main 
Farish Dr. Geo. W. T., general practitioner, 202 Main 
Farmers' & Citizen-s Co-operative Co., general dealers, 

306 and 310 Main 
Ferguson Bichard M., master mariner, 20 Seminaly 
Filluel Charles, plumber, boards Yarmouth Hotel 
Fisher Rev. J. May hew (Methodist), 3 Lewis avenue 
Fitzgerald Anne, widow of Dennis, 5 Bond 
Fitzgerald Mary, spinster, 5 Bond 
Fitzgerald William, laborer, 10 Forbes 
Fitzmaurice Edward, blacksmith, 23 James 
Fleet John M,, plumber, 264 Main 
Fleet Sans M., commercial traveller, 264 Main 
Fleet Mrs. S. J., dress patterns 262, 264 Main, 
Flint Ada C, widow of Samuel, 24 Alma 
Flint Thomas B., hamster, &c., 308 Main, resd. 14 Argyle 
Floyd Lorenzo, carpenter, 19 Fairmount 
Forbes Jacob, ship carpenter, 1 Lewis lane 
Forbes Lydia, widow of Josiah, 8 South lane 
Foshay Rev. J. H., Baptist, 36 Willow 
Fox James, caulker, 12 Gridley's lane 
Fox Robert, carpenter, 1 Church 
Fox Thomas, carpenter, 109 Main 
Fraser Miss, telegraph operator, boards Queen Hotel 
Fraser William, auditor W. C. Railway, bds Hotel Lome 
Fraughman Raymond, laborer, 9 Barnard 
Free Baptist Church, 39 William 
Friedlander Joseph G., bookbinder, boards 10 Second 



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Fancy Goods. 




Soaps, Siiap^gh, Bp^ooms 
WALL PAPER, ETC. 

Send for Catalogue and Price Lists. Samples for- 
warded by mail. 

JOHN. MILLER, MANAGER. 



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Frost Calvin, sailmaker, Forest, near Haley road 

Fi'ost David B., stage coach driver, boards New England 

Hotel 
Frost James E., sta^ije coach driveu, boards New England 

Hotel 
Fuller Dr. A. J., general practitioner, 39 Cliff 



DZSHHIS GROSBlTp 

DEALER IN 

Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Cordwood, 

Lime, Sand 

AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIALS. 



A GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE. 

The subscriber's well established business, including Steam 
Factory, with Land, Machinery, Wharf, etc., for sale. This offers 
a splendid chance to any oi.e with small capital. 

B@" Reason for selling : Retiring from business. 

DENNIS CROSBY, 

WATER STREET, YARMOUTH. 



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Robert E. Harris, 

BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, NOTARY, ETC., 

REPRESENTING 

Eastern Assurance Company, 

CAPITAL - - $1,000,000.00. 



CITIZENS INSUKANCE CO. 

OJ^T^XrCJ^Xj Sl,009,800,00. 
Security to Policy Holders $1,361,283.36. 



Acadia Fire Insurance Company. 

Capital and Reserve $500,000,00. 



Quebec Fire Assurance Co., 

CAPITAL . . . $225,000.00, 
North American Life Assurance Co. 

ASSETS AND GUARANTEE FUND $1,000,000.00 



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Gallagher Eugene, tinsmith, 49 Prince 

Gammon Edward, carpenter, 15 Tooker 

Gammon Lemuel, painter, 356 Main 

Gardner George H., boatbuilder, 2 and 4 Cann 

Gardner Heman, homeopathist, 15 Haskell 

Gardner J. Nelson, shipbuilder, 51 Vancouver 

Gardner Mary, widow of William, 17 James 

Gardner ReulDen, master mariner, 62 Cliflf 

Gardner Freeman, bookkeeper, 30 North Alma 

Garron Elizabeth, widow of William, 13 Argyle 

Gas Light Company, Yarmouth, office, 307 Wat<ir 

Gas Light Company, Yarmouth, works and meter, 311 to 

317 Water 
Gates Wilmot N., piano tuner and repairer, 199 Main 
Gaudet Alexander, laborer, 3 Barnard 
Gaudet John, laborer, 134 Main 
Gaudet Mondet, carpenter, 3 Doane 
Gavel Eraser, mason, 53 Forbes 
Geddes Maria, widow of Dr. T. 0., 85 Main 
German Stephen, foundryman, 195 Main 
Gibson Albert, carpenter, 11 Ryerson 
Gibson R. B., express agent, boards Yarmouth Hotel 
Gillis Benjamin W., machinist, 9 Worth 
Giot Paul, ship carpenter, 15 Argyle 
Globe House, W. T. Jones, proprietor, 27 Hawthorn 
Godfrey Brothers, grocers, 292 Main 
Godfrey Charles G., grocer (Godfrey Brothers), 37 Forest 
Godfrey William A., musical instrument agt, 27 Herbert 
Golden Frank, fireman, 168 Water 
Golden Hector, laborer, 4 Huston 
Goldfinch James, shoemaker, 487 Main 
Goldsmith Frances, dressmaker, 5 Cliff 



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YARMOUTH, NOVA SCOTIA. 

{Four doors Sou'h of Post OJfice.) 

THE MOST CONVEBIEHTLY SITUATED AKD THE BEST 

HOTEL IN THE TOVffl. 

First-class in Every Particular. 

ELECTRIC LIGHT, TELEPHONE, BARBER SHOP, HOT AND 
COLD WATER, BATH ROOMS, ETC. 

HACKS AT ALL STEAMERS AND TRAINS 

Meueat Hotel to Bteamboat vrbs.iTsa and RaUva? Stations. 



NEW SAMPLE ROOMS, 
k Just added, lighted with ElaDlric Light, the finest 
' and largest Sample Rooms in Nova Scolia, 



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Goldsmith George, janitor of Seminary ,■" 10 Seminary 

Goldsmith James, shoemaker, 44 Starr*s road 

Good Templars Independent Order of, 112 Main 

Goodwin Henry, seaman, 13 Queen 

Goodwin James E., fisherman, 37 Forbes 

Gordon Mary, washerwoman, rear of 32 Water 

Gordon Sylvester, moulder, 423 Main 

Goudey Almira, widow of Zebina, 42 Willow 

Goudey Anne, widow of Aaron, 193 Main 

Goudey Augustus, foundryman. Bain's road 

Goudey Benjamin, sailmaker, 2 Commercial 

Goudey Benjamin, farmer, Bain's road 

Goudey Bernard, sailmaker, 72 Water 

Goudey George, foundryman. Bain's road 

Goudey Hiram, municipal clerk, 38 Willow 

Goudey Israel H., crockeryware merchant, 271 Main, resd. 

57 Forest 
Goudey James, laborer, 68 Water 
Goudey John B., foundryman. Bain's road 
Goudey John S., fireman, 505 Main 
Goudey Lois B., widow of James, 28 First 
Goudey Mrs., widow of Ansel, 25 James 
Goudey Sopbia, widow of Frederick, 32 Tooker 
Goudey Staley, clerk, 39 Alma 
Goudey Stephen B., gardener, 19 Starr's road 
Go wan Mrs., 14 Main 
Go wan Edgar, gardener, 56 Argyle 
Grace Thomas, superintendent Mountain Cemetery, Forest, 

east of Haley road 
Graham Jane, spinster, 66 Vancouver 
Graham Walter, painter, 13 Albert 



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Importers of Staple and Fancy 

DRY GOODS, 

Carpets, House-Furnisbings &g., &g. 

VI^'HOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

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HOSIERY, UNDERCLOTHING 

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Gntnt George IL, hame^ maker, 10 JoLn. lesd. 1 1 Kirk 

Grant Jacob W^ organ acduQ mftker, 60 Cliff 

Giant J. Walter, at wooikn huH. 2 HasktB 

Grant Benben, fonodrvmaii, 5 Suire lane 

Grant WiQiam, Llaeksmiih, o- Xarui Alma 

Grant William, Uacksmiih, 45C ILiin 

Grantham Chades T , mngr duck and yam niiU, 71 Prince 

Grantham Heniy A-, bamstjer, registrar of prciate, et:^.. 

196 Main * 
Gray Mrs. B. B., 231 Main 
Gray John, aeaman, n Tleasant 
Gray Osborne, carpenter, 10 Tooker 
Gray Dr. W. O., dentist, 308 Main, rcsd. 44*) 
Greig John, engineer, 4 Tooker 
Gridley William tt, ship smith, 80 and 82 Water, rti. 

146 Main 
Gridley William H., jr., ship smith, 186 to 190 Water, 

resd. Pleasant, near Oliff 
Griffin Michael C, chief of police, 6 GedJeb' L*ue 
Guest George H., high sheriff 21 Parade 
Guest Jane, spinster, 80 Main 
Guest John, accountant, 51 Tooker 
Guest Mrs., widow of Robert, 78 Main 
Guest Thomas, watchmaker and jeweller, 311. Main, resd. 

80 Prince 
Gunn Miss, telegraph operator, boards Queen Hotel 



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James Rozee, 

Maiiuracturer of 

6H0ieE 

onfcctioncrg, 

ICE CREAM, 

Rozee's Celebrated Herbal 
Cough Drops, 

No. 253 MAIN STREET, 

YARMOUTH, N. S. 









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Haines Israel C, seaman, 284 Main 

Haley Alvin, 178 Argyle 

Haley Charles, policeman, 425 Main 

Haley Henry, accountant, 45 William 

Haley John H., carpenter, 193 Argyle 

Haley Lemuel C, Kinney-Haley Company, 72 Argyle 

Haley Oliver, master mariner, 77 Prince 

Haley Samuel, carpenter, Forest, east of Haley road 

Hall St. Julian, 111 Main 

Hall Thomas, Chute, Hall & Co., 60 Cliff 

Hamilton Freeman, laborer, Pleasant, near Parade 

Hamilton George, laborer, 26 Hawthorn (rear) 

Hamilton Joseph, laborer, Pleasant, near Parade 

Hamilton Percy St. C, editor Yarmouth Times, 16 Central 

Hamilton Pierce S., barrister-at-law, 16 Central 

Hamm Edward, shoemaker, 472 Main, resd. Herbert, east 

of Wetmore 
Harbor Master's office, 2 John 
Harding Dr. Alvin C, dentist, 343 Main, boards 24 First, 

permanent resd. 13 Chestnut 
Harding Obed, clerk, 8 Summer 
Harris John, blacksmith, 5 Gardner 
Harris Joseph, laborer, 3 Hawthorn 
Hanis Miss, dressmaker, 28 Brown 
Harris Philo, moulder, 5 Gardner 
Harris Eobert E , barrister, etc., Boston Marine Building, 

214 Main, resd. 28 North Alma 
Harris William J., cooper, 9 Eyerson 
Harris William S., house joiner, 10 First 



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A. W. HOMER & SONS 



MANUFACTURERS OF 





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BOTTLED SODA WATERS, 

Belfast Ginger Ale, and Syrups of 

all kinds. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

0pp. Hotel Lome, Main Street, Yarmouth, N. S. 

TRY OUR 

Syrup of Horehound and Boneset 

FOR COUGHS AND COLDS, GREAT PREVENTATIVE OF LA GRIPPE, 

PNEUMONIA, CONSUMPTION. ETC. 

While thanking our patrons for the patronage bestowed on 
the late firm, we hope by strict attention to business to merit a 
continuance of the same to the new firm, under a new system 
which we have adopted, viz., the cash system. We propose to 
sell on a strictly cash basis and, as an equivalent, will reduce the 
price of our Goods, which will be a great advantage to the cus- 
tomer. Call and see our goods and get our prices before purchas- 
ing elsewhere. 

TO DEALERS IN THE COUNTJftY : 

Send for our Price List, we know we can sell cheaper than you 

can purchase elsewhere. 

SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST. 

WILLIAM B. HOMER. 
F. H. HOMER. 



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Harris & Horsfall, druggists, booksellers and stationers, 

331 Main 
Hatch Ida, dressmaker, 17 Store lane 
Hatfield Mrs. Fanny, boarding house, 411 Main 
Hatfield Frederick L., fish dealer, 205 Water and 232 

Main, resd. 222 Main 
Hatfield George K., music teacher, pianos and organs, 

248 Main, resd. 37 William 
Hatfield Jackson, clerk, 67 Prince 
Hatfield Jacob K., master mariner, 28 Main 
Hatfield Job^insurance broker, 361 Main, resd. 60 William 
Hatfield William, fish dealer, 35 Alma 
Hattie William, cooper, Haley road, near Forest 
Hawke Barbara, widow of Henry, 5 Porter's lane 
Hayes Samuel, moulder, 617 Main 
Hays James, laborer, 25 Marshall's lane 
Hays James, blacksmith, n Pleasant 
Healy Amos D., master mariner, 5 Kirk 
Hemeon Clarence, master mariner, 415 and 417 Main 
Hemeon Mrs., widow of Cornelius, 23 Starr's road 
Hemeon Crocker, laborer, 199 Argyle 
Hemlow George A ., butcher, cor. Brown and Water, res. 

103 Main 
Hemlow William, laborer, 105 Main 
Herald Office, Yarmouth, 9 Jenkins 
Hermes Feador H., cutter, 35 Parade 
Hersey David, laborer, 194 Argyle 
Hersey George, truckman, 215 Main 
Hersey Heman, seaman, 7 Hawthorn 
Hersey Ingram, fish packer, 544 Main 
Hersey Locke, 21 Carlton 
Hersey Nathan, ship carpenter, 11 Brown 
Hersey Stephen, seaman, 6 Jenkins 
Hersey William E., mason, 24 Whipple 



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YARMOUTH, N. S. 



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In Crayon or any style desired. 




BEAUTIFUL 




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MOULDINGS. 




■^Artistic Framing at tiie Lowest Rates.-«- 




GEO. F. PARKER. 





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Hibbert Charles, master mariner, 35 John 

• Hibbert C. Frank, clerk, 35 John 

J Hibbert George B., plumber, 35 John 

^ Hibbert Purvis, merchant, 3 McMillen 

•g Hibbert William, mstr mariner, at Wm. Lewis', 47 Argyle 

3 Higby Ernest, stovefitter, 33 Vancouver 

*© Higby John, stovefitter, 33 Vancouver 

.g Hilton Abbie. widow of Eben, 36 Alma 

2 Hilton Adelia, widow of Wm., 160 Main 

2 Hilton Benjamin, master mariner. Green, corner Albert 

Hilton Everett B. M., fish dealer, 197 Water, resd. Green, 

S corner Albert 

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g near Forest 

^ Hilton J. Edgar, clerk, 457 Main 

.SP Hilton Mary, widr w of Edward, 1 McMillen 

g Hilton Mary, widow of Stephen, 7 Carlton 

p, Hilton Nathan, Stipendiary Magistrate, 3 John, resd. 
§• 506 Main 

g Hilton ISarah H., widow of Waitstill, 105 Argyle 

3 Hilton Stilson, master mariner, Pleasant, near Forest 
S Hobart Peter, foundryman, 29 Commercial 

ej Holden Leonard, machinist, 466 Main 



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^ Holly Eobert, laborer, 11 Church 
S Holmes Benjamin E., expressman, 24 First 
p- Holmes Daniel, foundryman, 29 Herbert 
g Holmes John, mariner, 7 Doane 
W Home, Old Ladies' cor. James and Whipple 
^ Homer A. W. & Sons, candy factory, 22 Brown 
W Homer A. W. & Sons, confectioners, 291 Main 

Homer Mrs. widow of A. W., 378 Main 



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SOMETHING NEW. 

I have leased one entire Flat cf the 

Steam Factory of Mr. Dennis Crosby 

ON Vy^ATER STREET, 

Adjoining the Marine Railway, where I will carry on the general 

business of a 

GARPENTER, BUILDER and WHEELWRlgHT. 

I have secured the services of a first-class Man and will make 
repairing Carts and Carriages a specialty. 

Materials of eyery description always on hand. Con- 
tracts Solicited. 

M. A. COOK, Carpenter and Builder. 

Wm. H. Brackett, 

246 MAIN STREET. 




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IN NOVA SCOTIA. 



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17 Central ' S 

Homer Fitz Henry (A. W. Homer & Sons), 358 Main ; § 
Honey Charles, hostler, 7 Eyerson ; cb 

Hood A. J., postmaster, boards Queen Hotel, Central j ® 

Hood George, clerk, Chestnut, east of Brunswick 
Hood Henry A., ex-collector of Customs, 14 Elm 
Hood H. A., watchmaker and Jeweller, 321 Main, resd. 

Starr*s road, east of Pleasant 
Hood Samuel C, watchmaker and jeweller, 301 Main, 

resides 59. 
Hopley Joseph B., professor of music, boards 465 Main 
Horner Catherine, widow of William P., 187 Argyle 
Horsfall Arthur, druggist and stationer (Hams & Horsfall), 

331 Main, boards 28 North Alma 
Horton Benjamin, fisherman, 174 Argyle 
Horton Charles E., general dealer, 219 and 223 Main 

resides 30 Willow 
Horton James D., block factory, 118 to 122 Water, resd. 

85 Prince 
Horton J., widow of Dennis, 74 Prince 
Horton Jonathan, grocer, 347 Main, resd. 13 Cumberland 
Horton Louisa, widow of Smith, 12 First 
Horton Norman, machinist, 12 First 
Horton William, laborer, 56 Beacon 
Horton's Wharf, entrance to, 145 Water 
Hotel Lome, 238 to 240 Main 
Hubbard Benjamin, laborer, 4 Huston 
Hubbard Mary E., widow of Michael, 468 Water 
Hnestis George, cabinet maker, 7 Kirk 
Hnestis Joshua, upholsterer, 16 and 18 Cliff 



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KILLAM BROTHERS. 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 



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Providence Washirtgton Ins. Co. 

British and Foreign Ins. Co. 
Reliance Insurance Co. 



NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

PHENIX INSURANCE COMPANY. 

All classes of Marine and Fire risks at lowest possible rates. 



LIFE : 

The Standard Life Assurance Co. 

Very Low Rates with most favorable Policy. 




Dealers In Hard and Soft Coal, a large stock always 

on hand 

DUGK, GORDAKE AND VESSELS' OUTFITS 

8UFFLIBD AT BOTTOM PRICES AND ON EASY TEBMS. 



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Huestis James E., carpenter, 33 Albert 

Huestis Leander, carpenter, 44 South-East 

Huestis William E., cabinet maker, 7 Kirk 

Hulburt Caleb, farmer, 34 Vancouver 

Hulsman Henry A., carriage maker, 6 Central, resd. 

27 Chester 
Hulsman William B., painter, rear of 435 Main 
Huntington James, prothonotary, oflBce Court House, 

boards Hotel Lome 
Hurlbert J. H., oyster saloon, 267 and 269 Main 
Hurlbert Joseph, carpenter, 4 Crescent 
Huskins Elisha, cooper, 8 Eyerson 
Huskins Warren, mason, 41 Parade 
Huskins William, seaman, 10 Eyerson 
Hutchinson Wilbert, seaman, 3 Brown 






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NEARLY OPPOSITE HOTEL "LORNE." 



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Insurance Boston Marine Building, 212 to 216 Main 

Insurance Boston Marine, office, 216 Main 

Iron Foundry, Milton, Frank H. Wilson & Co., 2 to 20 

Vancouver 
Iron Foundry and Works, Burrell-Jolinson Company, 

267 to 305 Water 
Iron Works, Yarmouth, 108 and 110 Water 



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BARBADOS, ANTIGUA and NEVIS 

MOLASSES 



Write or Wire for Quotations. 



Office and Warehouse: Ryerson's Wharf, 
YARMOUTH, N. S. 



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Jack David, moulder, 5 Pi*escott 

Jack George, moulder, 516 Water 

Jackson Mrs., widow, 115 Main 

Jacquard J., green grocer, 12 Moody's lane 

Jacquard Joseph, laborer, 8 Moody's lane 

Jacquard Lizzy, widow of John, 11 Lonergan's lane 

Jacquard William, carpenter, 21 Commercial 

Jail, 372 Main 

Jeffrey Alvin, at Kinney-Haley Factory, 8 Barnard 

Jeffrey Emily, widow of Amos, 8 Barnard 

Jeffrey Foster, clerk, boards 10 Second 

Jeffrey George, teamster, 158 Argyle 

Jeffrey Henry, clerk, 30 Alma 

Jeffrey Norman, clerk, 75 Prince 

Jenkins Duncan, 394 Main 

Jenkins Hugh, shipbuilder, 47 Forbes 

Jenkins Maria, widow of Charles, 481 Main 

Jenkins Misses, spinsters, 394 Main 

Jenkins' Wharf, entrance to, 141 Watei 

Jenkins William, shipbuilder, 47 Foibes 

Jervis Lavinia Jane, widow of James, Jervis 

Johns Thomas W., cashier Bank of Yarmouth, 47 Forest 

Johnson Cereno, master mariner, 57 Main 

Johnson George F., printer, boards 162 Main 

Johnson George W., Burrell-Johnson Co., 515 and 517 Main 

Johnson W. H., grocer, 157 and 159 Main 

Johnson W. H., piano agency, 266 Main 

Jolly Thomas R., dry goods merchant (Dodds & Jolly), 

73 Parade 
Jones Ihcmas, rigger, 26 Hawthorn 
Jones W. T., proprietor Globe House, 27 Hawthorn 



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YARMOUTH 





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ESTABLISHED: MAY, 1887. 



SUBJECTS : 

SHORTHAND [Ben. Pitman]. 
TYPEWRITING [Remington]. 
BOOK-KEEPING in all its branches 
MATHEMATICS. 



The Graduates of this school are now filling responsi- 
ble and lucrative positions throughout the Dominion and 
the United States. 

The demand for Graduates in these subjects is greater 
than the supply. The salary is good ; the work is not 
heavy. 

The Principal of this School has had long experience, 
and unparelleled success in his profession, and guarantees 
to give satisfaction. 

For information, address :-^ 

PllINOIPAL, 

Yarmouth Business College, 

Yarmouth, N. S. , 



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Kavanagli Lawience, night watchman, 48 Stan's road 

Keelan William, laborer, 3 Dane's court 

Keeuan Bernard, fish and meat dealer, 1.53 and 155 Main, 

resd. 4 Butler 
Kelley Dr. E. K., general practitioner, 12 and 14 Clift" 
Kelley Loran J., shoe dealer, 289 Main, resd. 75 Forest 
Kelley Dr. H. L., general practitioner, 178 Main 
Kelley Annie, art school, 244 Main, boards 24 First 
Kelley C. J., master mariner, 55 Main 
Kelley Charles li., tax collector, 85 Argyle 
Kelley Sarah, seamstress, 79 Argyle 
Kelley Thomas E., master mariner, Parade, southwest 

corner Clements avenue 
Kelsie James, laborer, 4 McManus 

Kempton WillardF., principal Milton schocJ,bds 465 Main 
Kenney Prince W., fish-curer, 75 Main 
Kent Charles, house joiner, 536 Main 
Kersey Be v. Alex, African Methodist Episcopal, 13 Argyle 
Killam Brothers, merchants and shipowners, 225 Water 
Killam Elizabeth G , widow of Thomas, 489 Main 
Killam Frank, merchant and shipow^ner (Killam Brothers) 

60 Elm 
Killam Frank, blacksmith, 10 Haskell 
Killam Herbert, law student, 32 Second 
Killam John, master mariner, hoards Queen Hotel 
Killam John H., merchant and shipowner (Killam Bros.) 

31 Chestnut 
Killam Joseph, mariner, 5 Barnard lane 
Killam Lois, widow of Eben C, 26 Second 
Killam Richard, blacksmith, 593 Main 



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JOHN STREET. 



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SHOW CASES. 
Ship and Office Furniture, Etc, 

ALL KINDS OP SCROLL ANW BRACKET SAWING. 

Hard Wood Mantels a Specialty. 



REPAIRING and JOB WORK of ALL KINDS. 

JONATHAN HORTON, 



NO 317 MAIN STREET. 

DEALER IN 



Baker's Cocoa and Chocolate. 

BURNETT'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS, 

CHOICE 

JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEE. 

'^LO^VEST PRICES GUARANTEED.-s- 



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Killam Samuel, at cotton mill, 32 Second 

Killam Thomas, merchant and shipowner (Killam Bros.) 

Chestnut, east of Bi'unswick 
Killam Thomas W., truckman, 12 Willow 
Killam William A., fish merchant, 9 Second 
Killam William, brakeman W. C. Railway, l-i Collins 
Killam^s Wharf, entrance to, 223 and 227 Water 
Kimball Alfred, master mariner, 96 Main 
Kimball Mary A., widow of Benjamin S., 623 Main 
Kindergarten, Miss Notting, teacher, 48 Cliff 
Kinney Arthur W., printer, 176 Argyle 
Kinney Frank, clerk, 107 Argyle 

Kinney-Haley Manufacturing Company, 07 to 107 Water 
Kinney James B., architect, 176 Argyle 
Kinney John, master mariner, 428 Main 
Finney Joseph R., inspector of fisheries, 308 Main, resd. 

9 Willow 
/iinney Pearl D., manager F. and C. Co-operative Store, 

resd. 101 Argyle 
A'inney Samuel A., poulterer, 176 Argyle 
iTirk Emmeline, widow of Thomas, 28 Starr's road 
Kirk John, clerk, 28 Starr's road 
iTnights of Honor, 343 Main 
ifnitting Factory, Yarmouth, Dodds & Jolly, proprietors, 

15 Jenkins 
i^noUin Eev. Wni. M., Baptist, Haley road, S. of Argyle 
iTnowlton Benjamin, Foundry man, 14 Whipple 






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T. V. B. BINGAY & SONS, 

Barrist$rs, Attoraeys*al*Uw & Notarios Public, 

BOSTON MARINE BUILDING, 

YARMOUTH, N. S. 

EDGAB N. CLEMENTS, 
Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, &c. 



Commissioner for Ontario, New BrunsvCrick and Massacliusetts. 

OFFICE: BOSTON MARINE BUILDING, YARMOUTH. 

J. E. MURPHY, 
Proprietor MARINE SC^HOOL. 

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Candidates Prepared for their Certificates in the 
Foreifi:n or Coasting: Trade. 

NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS AND CHARTS 

FOR SALE. 

CHRONOMETERS 

Aciurately Rated by Solar and Sidereal Observations with Transit 

Instrument and Sextant. 

CHRONOMETERS FORWARDED AFTER RATING. FREE OF CHARGE 

TO STATIONS ALONG THE W. C. R. 

INFORMATION PROMPTLY GIVEN TO IXQUIRIRS. 

No U Forest Street, Yarmoutl), N. S. 



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Ladd Byron P., merchant, 28 Elm 

Ladd Frederick A., master mariner, 28 Elm 

Lament William, resides 9 jfiTirk 

lenders Harriet, widow of George, 32 Vancouver 

Landers James P., cooper, 191 Argyle 

Landers Samuel, marble polisher, 8 Chester 

Langford Walter, butler, Yarmouth Hotel 

Langtry Thos., gardener, 8 William 

Larkin Anthony C, master mariner, 34 Church 

Larkin George, master mariner, 175 Argyle 

Larkin Wellington, master mariner, 182 Argyle 

Laundry, Steam, Arthur Suttie, 25 John 

La vers George E., life insurance agent, 24 and 26 High 

Law Bowman B., merchant (Wm. Law & Co,,) Appletree 
Hill, east of Wetmore 

Law William, merchant (Wm. Law & Co.) 17 Elm 

Law William & Co., auctioneers and commission mer- 
chants, 212, 216 main, 241 and" 243 Water 

Lawrence George, foundryman, 427 Main 

Lawrence Isaiah, laborer, Eegent 

Lawson Alexander, proprietor Yarmouth Herald, 9 Jenkins, 
resides 201 Main 

Lawson J. Murray, Yarmouth Herald office, resd. High 

Lawson WilUam A., painter, 30 Elm 

Law's wharf, entrance to, 241 and 245 Water 

Leather Works, Cordova, 100 to 104 Water 

LeBlanc John Peter, laborer, 11 Haskell 

LeBlanc Marc, fisherman, 52 Water 

LeCain Charles, laborer, 36 Southeast 



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Sanitary Engineers, 

ALL KINDS OF 

Metal Fittings for Houses, Stores, Ships, etc. 

Estimates Furnished for Steam and Hot Water Heat- 
ing, Tile Drains, etc. 

A LARGE STOCK OF TILE PIPE ALL SIZES, ON HAND. 

AGENCY FOR 

F. H. WILSON & CO.'S MILTON FOUNDRY 

STOYES. 

A FULL STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. 



SPECIAL AGENCY FOR 

PENTECOST'S STEAM GENERATOR. 

A New Automatic Method of heating Buildings. No 
danger of overheating, explosion or waste of fuel, Coming into 
general use throughout the United States and Canada. 

TINWAEE, COPPERWAEE & KITCHEN 

UTENSILS. 



Special Attemtion Paid te Fitting up Stoves. 

Furnaces, etc. 



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street place 
Leonard William H., tinsmith, 3 Collins, resd. 31 Cliff 
Leslie John, supt. Electric Light Company, boards Yar- 
mouth Hotel 
Lewis Alexander P., merchant (Sheldon Lewis & Co.), 2 East 
Lewis Benjamin jr., master mariner, 19 Queen 
Lewis Elizabeth, spinster, 43 Argyle 
Lewis George M. farmer, 4 Lewis Avenue 
Lewis H. & N. B., merchants, 33, 43, 45 Water, and 

Lewis' wharf, and 123, 125 Main 
Lewis Henry, merchant (H. & N". B. Lewis), 20 Argyle 
Lewis J. B., merchant, 10 Argyle 
Lewis James, shoemaker, 19 Queen 
Lewis Nathan B., merchant (H. & N. B. Lewis) 22 Argyle 
Lewis Mrs. Sarah, widow of Charles, 43 Argyle 
Lewis Sheldon & Co., merchants, 135 and 137 Main 
Lewis Sheldon, merchant (Sheldon Lewis & Co.) 1 Lewis 

avenue 
Lewis Thomas M., temperance lecturer, 49 Argyle 
Lewis William, clerk, 47 Argyle 
Lewis' Joseph, wharf, entrance to, 91 Water 
Lewis* wharf, entrance, 47 Water 
Library Milton, 519 Main 
Library Yarmouth, 26 Central 

Lincoln A. J. (of Lincoln & Williams) tinsmith, 392 Main 
Lincoln & Williams, stoves and tinware, 250 Main 
Little Samuel, janitor Milt5n school house, 12 Summer 
Little William, pattern maker, 17 Central 
Lloyd A. J., baker and confectioner, 385 and 387 Main 
Lobster-canning Factory, Cann's Wharf 



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Satisfaction Guaranteed and prices always Lower than elsewhere. 

WE HAVE 

Bulmg, numbering and Perforating Kachinee 

On the premises and are prepared to do all kinds of 

work at Short Notice. 



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Lombard Joseph H., agent Bank of Nova Scofcia, 45 Cliff 

Long James, stevedore, 15 Eyerson 

Lome Hotel, 238 and 240 Main 

Lorrey Alfred G., tailor, shop 293 Main, read. 39 Forbes 

Lovitt Anna Maria, widow of Joseph, 613 Main 

Lovitt Anne, widow of John W., 23 Parade 

Lovitt & Co., shipowners, 361 Main 

Lovitt Edward, master mariner, 615 Main 

Lovitt Miss Elizabeth P., spinster, 613 Main 

Lovitt Geo. H., shipowner, 7 Jenkins, resd. 39 Vancouver 

Lovitt Erastus, mechanist, 39 Vancouver 

Lovitt Irvine L., clerk, 39 Vancouver 

Lovitt's Building, main entrance, 361 Main 

Lovitt Dr. I. M., druggist and general practitioner, 559 

Main, resides 482 
Lovitt James J., shipowner, 91 Argyle 
Lovitt John, M.P., shipowner, 13 Parade 
Lovitt J. Leslie, agent American Express Co., 91 Argyle 
Lovitt William D., shipowner, 328 Main, resd. 498 Main 
Lovitt William L., bookkeeper, 54 Vancouver 
Lyon Fenwick W., clerk, 54 Cliff 



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We are selling all kinds of Staple and Fancy 

GROCERIES 

At Lowest Prices in To^vn. 

OUR X^^'^'^T'j^ '"»*'" 

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SPECIAL UYr^^ ..t.t,,,^tj^^ Highest 
BRAND S^^^fi^i*-:f^v\ J Grade 




OF _ _ _ _ 

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FLOUR XW/M,-.C\V;/' Wheat 

And is one of the Finest Brands of Flour ever sold in 

this Market. 

We aim at handling the best of everything in our line, and to 

give satisfaction to every customer. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

The Farmers' and Citizens' Go-Operatiye 6o. 

(IjI]m:itbid), 

p. D. KINNEY, Manager. 

Country Produce Bought and Sold. 



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Madden Handley, seaman, 13 Hawthorn 

Madden John, pressman. Cliff 

Mahan Edward, at cotton mill, 529 and 531 Main 

Mahoney Timothy, weaver, 7 Worth 

Mallett Alexander, ship carpenter, 6 Haskell 

Mallett Frank, laborer, Eegent 

Mallett Joseph, caulker, 23 Barnard (court) 

Marine Insurance Boston Building, 212 to 216 Main 

Marine School, John E. Murphy, teacher, Park, west 

side, near Forest 
Marine Slip, entrance to, 131 Water 
Marling Elizabeth, widow of Bernard, Bain's road 
Martin John, laborer, 20 Queen 
Masonic Hall, 308 Main 
May William, seaman, 158 Water 
Melancon Henri, stevedore, 13 Marshall's lane 
Merchants & Manufacturers Company, Electric Light 

Works, 92 and 94 Water 
Methodist Church (Wesley) 462 Main 
Methodist Church (Providence), 138 Main 
Methodist Episcopal (Disney African Chapel), 10 East 
Middlemas Charles, clerk, 33 Cliff 
Milieu John D., engineer, 461 Main 
Milieu William, boots and shoes, shop 277 Main, resd. 275 
Miller Annie G., spinster, 51 Forbes 
Miller Charles, fisherman, 17 Barnard [court] 
Miller Frederick, baker, 47 Hawthorn, resd. 40 
Miller James C , laborer, 16 Argyle 
Miller Jessie K., spinster, 51 Forbes 
Miller Mary Jane, widow of Dalhousie, 51 Forbes 
Miller William, fisherman, 17 Barnard (court] 



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;HE largest and most complete Hotel 
in Western Nova Scotia. This Hotel, 
in point of location, surpasses all other 
hotels in town. Facing the south with its light, 
airy rooms and plenty of sunshine, gives it a 
prominence excelled by none in the town. In 
this Hotel are a number of fine Sample Eooms, 
Bath Eooms with Hot and Cold Watei. In fact, 
all the modern conveniences found in a first-class 
hotel. 



Tisitors to the town will do well to a;ive this 

house a call. 



Hacks Always In Waiting at aU Steamers and Trains. 



SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS. 

El E mCHOlS, ?ropri$tot 



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Milton Iron Foundry, Frank H Wilson & Co., 2 to 20 
Vancouver 

Milton Library, 519 Main 

Milton Manufacturing Company, works, 463 to 473 Water 

Milton School, on North Alma, Brunswick, and Elm 

Minard's Liniment Factory, C. C. Richards & Co., proprie- 
tors, 36 Hawthorn 

Mireau Helaire, fisherman, 3 Huston 

Mission School, 206 Main 

Monagle Thomas, seaman, 104 Main 

Moody Charles, manager Yarmouth dye works and steam 
carpet beating company, 1 to 7 Haskell, resd. 3 Bond 

Moody James B., bookkeeper, 13 Kirk 

Moody J. Wentworth, shipowner, Norwegian Consul, 
Lloyd's agent, etc., 6b Main 

Moody Sarah, widow of W. H., 245 Main 

Moody Sarah, s'pinster, 198 Main 

Moody Thomas C, 110 Main 

Moody William, clerk, 110 Main 

Moody William H., collector customs, 106 Cliff 

Moore Frank R., butcher. Parade, near Brookside 

Morehouse Misses, spinsters, 380 Main 

Morris James, fisherman, 81 Commercial 

Morton David, laborer, rear Brookside 

Morton George J., stoves, plumbing, etc., 254 Main, resd. 
29 Albert 

Morton Prince H., farmer. Forest, east of Haley road 

Morton Samuel, seaman, 3 Commercial 

Moseley Alfred, truckman, 26 Starr's road 

Moseley George, truckman, Brunswick, near Starr's road 

Moses Clara, widow of Lyman, 14 William 



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Tailor and Clothier, 

337 MAIN STREET. 

$^^^^ YARMOUTH, N. S.|@2^ 



Gentlemen's Garments 

Made in the latest English and American Styles, 

at the Shortest Notice. 



HEAVY STOCK OP 



g Halts dud Ca.D& on hftnd. 



Special attention paid to tlie wants of Customers in 
tlie ProTinees or tlie United States. 



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Moses J. Howard, poulterer, meat market, 23 Brown, resd. 

46 South-East 
Moses iii^abra, widow of Nathan, 26 Second 
Moses Stephen D., dry goods merchant (Moses & Boss), 

26 Second 
Moses & Eoss, dry goods, 317 Main 
Moulison Jean, laborer, 8 Fifth lane 
Moulton Edward D, manager Dodds & Jolly's knitting 

factory, 15 High 
Mountain Cemetery, Parade 
Muree George, laborer, 8 Church 
Muise Enos, laborer, 4 East 
Muise Evan, laborer, 3 Moody's alley 
Muise Frank, laborer, 81 Water 
Muise Gabriel, laborer, 4 Lewis' lane 
Muise George, laborer, Regent 
Muise Henri, seaman, 41 Main 
Muise Jeanne, widow of Alex, 3 Queen 
Muise Jerry, seaman, 4 Commercial 
Muise John, laborer, 46 Water 
Muise John, laborer, rear of 32 Water 
Muise John, laborer, 34 Water 
Muise John, stevedore, 6 Church 
Muise Joseph, laborer, 18 Church 
Muise Joseph, laborer, 3 Moody's alley 
Muise Joshua, laborer, 10 Church 
Muise Julian, laborer, 77 Water 
Muise Leon, laborer, 3 Moody's alley » 
Muise Levi, fisherman, 4 Haskell 
Muise Madeleine, widow of Frank, 79 Water 
Muise Maude, laborer, 41 Main 



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Whips and Lashes, Collars, 

Brushes, Curry Combs, Etc. 

HALTERS, HARNESS OILS, ETC. 

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I keep everythiDg in the Harness line and have the 

BEST STOCK OF GOODS IN TOWN. 

I use nothing but the BES T Leather. 

~ T. B. DANE & SON, 



ci[i|Hai|^t ^'ailor^. 




Men's Furnishings, 

_ Hats, Caps, Etc. 

VICTORIA BUILDINGS, 

YARMOUTH, N. S. 



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Muise Michael, laborer, 4(5 Water 

Muise Peter, seaman, 10 Commercial 

Muise Peter, laborer, Kegrent > 

Muise Reuben, truckman, 168 Water } \j^ 

Muise Reuben, laborer, 6 Barnard i § 

Muise Robert, rigger, 5 Lewis lane [ P 

Muise Rosie, widow of David, 117 Main 

Muise Samuel, laborer, 7 Commercial 

Muise Samuel, laborer, 79 Water 

Muise Samuel, laborer, 4 Moody's lane 

Muise Simon, tailor, 17 Kirk 

Muise Thaddee, fireman, 19 A rgyle 

Muise Theophile, Central Hotel, 14 Brown 

Muise Toussaint, cook, 27 Barnard 

Muise Vital, laborer, 2 Moody ^s lane 

Municipal Clerk's Office, court house basement, Main 

Municipal Council Office, court house basement. Main 

Munroe H. D., Inland Revenue Collector, 40 Parade 

Munro James H., Inspector of Schools, Parade, N. W. 

corner Haley road 
Munro Jane, dressmaker, 213 Main 
Murphy Benjamin, master mariner, 510 Main 
Murphy Charles, 48 Collins 
Murphy Daniel J., road master, W. C. R., Brunswick, S. 

E. corner Herbert 
Murphy James, master mariner, Wetmore 
Murphy John, shipowner, office 19 Second, resd. 13 Collins 
Murphy John, painter, 5 and 7 Forest 
Murphy John E., marine school teacher, 44 Forest 
Murphy Nehemiah, seaman, 203 Argyle 
Murray Miss Adelaide, registrar of deeds, 51 Forbes 
Murray Alexander S., cashier Exchange Bank, 51 Argyle 
Murray Alexander, accountant, 194 Main 



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Theie SaiH ir« imparted to ordnr an moit Favoritart Tern* bj 

S. A. CROWELL & CO., 
GENERAL IRON AND HARDWARE MERCHANTS 

AND DEALERS IN 

Oak TanTied Leather Belting, Ritbber Belting, Rubber 

Hose, Linen Hose, Cotton Belting, Emery W'heels, 

Mill Saws of all hinds, Woid-Split Pulleys, 

Files of all kinds, Lubricating Oils, Babbit 

Metal, and General Milling Supplies, 

Window Glass, Ornamental Glass, 

Builders' Hardware of all kinds. 

Onr Stock of Paiate, Oils, Vnmishes and Brashes is 

largei aiid of Best Qaalities obtainable. 
MAIN STREET, YARMOUTH. 



Gold in the Head cored by BINARD'S LINIMENT. 



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Murray James, barrister, judge of probate, etc., 194 Main 
Murray Stephen B., barrister, etc., 214 Main, read. 67 
Muree Frederick, laborer, 1 Queen 
Music HaU, 214 Main 



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McCarthy Rev. Edward J., R. C. Parish Priest. 73 Prince 
McConnell Andrew, rigger, 66 Main 
McConnell Jacob, carpenter, 1 Crescent 
McConnell James, sailmaker, 12 Kempt 
McConnell Joseph, clerk, 8 Crescent 
McConnell Robert, cooper, 66 Main 
McConnell Sarah, widow of David, 8 Crescent 
McConnell Thomas, laborer, 4 Tooker 
McCormack Charles, laborer, 172 Water 
McCormack John, farmer, 534 Main 
McCully Charles, laborer, 14 Barnard 
McDonald Jas., hotel and dining saloon, 154 & 156 Water 
McDonald Mrs., widow, 38 Vancouver 
McDougall Charles, laborer, 2 Dane's court 
McDevitt Charles, tailor, 10 Queen 
McDevitt Dominick, tailor, 10 Queen 
McDevitt Dominick, jr., woollen mill spinner, 10 Queen 
McGill Abbie, widow of John, 17 East 
McGill Charles, confectionery, etc., 371 Main, bds. 10 Collins 
McGill Harriet S., spinster, 43 Argyle 
McGill Joseph, marble cutter, 13 Haskell 
McGill Oliver, marble yard and shop, 14 and 16 Alma, 
resd. 10 Collins 



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Wholesale ttrocers and Dealers in Mshin<? Supplies, 

Ships' S tori's and Chandlery. 

V/E CARRY A FULL STOCK OF 



Flour 

Meal 

Oatmeal 

Graham 

Beaf 

Pork 

Lard 

Hams 

Butter 

Cheese 

Sugar 

Molasses 

Crackers 

Rice 

Starch 

Beans 

Raisins 

Currants 



Dried Apples 

Evaporated Apples 

Spices 

(ream Tartar 

Vinegar 

Pickles 

Teas, Soaps 

Tobacco 

Coal Oil 

Soda 

Baking Powder 

Table Salt 

Dairy Salt 

Woodenware 

Brooms 

Brushes 

Cordage 

Wrapping Paper 



Paper Bags 
Wrapping Twine 
Nixey^s Lead 
Rising Sun Lead 
Comet Lead 
Axle Grease 
Extract Logwood 
Dye Woods 
Lamp Chimneys 
Lamp Wicks 
Lamp Tops 
Candles 
Indigo 

Washing Soda 
Shoe Blacking 
Shoe Leather 
Nails 
Etc , etc. 



Nets, Lines and Twines> Cotton Duck and 

Sailmakers' Supplies. 



DRY AND PICKLED FISH, 

For Home and Export Trade. 

PACKERS OF BONELESS CODFISH. 

YOUNG'S WHARF, COMMERCIAL WHARF AND STANWOOD'S BAR, 

YARMOUTH, i\. S. 



 



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McGray Asa E., accountant, 48 Forest 
Mclntosli Rev. William, Congregationalist, 42 Seminary 
McKenzie Charles, railway section man, 533 Main 
l^rcKinnon William C, postal clerk, W. C. Railway, 

40 Willow 
McLaughlin Brothers, dry goods dealers, 29G to 302 Main 
McLaughlin Daniel, dry goods merchant (^fcLaughlin 

Brothers), Parade, near Clements Avenue 
McLaughlin Henry, clerk, 47 Parade 
McLaughlin James, dry goods merchant (McLaughlin 

Brothers), 23 Collins 
McLaughlin John, truckman, 19 Chester 
McLaughlin Lizzie, spinster, 47 Parade 
]McLaughlin Sarah, spinster, 47 Parade 
McLean Aubrey, laborer, 14 Ryerson 
McLeod Anthony, shoemaker, 17 Queen 
McLeod John, foundryman, 408 Main 
McLeod Peter, fireman, 1 Commercial 
McMUen Joseph, master mariner, 2 ifc3/illen 
McMunn Catherine, widow of John, 63 Prince 
Mc^Iunn John, locksmith, 17 Brown 
McNutt D., conductor W. C. R., 324 Miiu 
^fcNult William, seaman, 10 Barnard 



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INSUfUNCECOMPMiy 

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43 \irall Str««t, NB1¥ YORK. 



OaiNtal Pard in 0«ah 

ONE RffLLIOff DOLLARS. 

Assets ovbr 

Two MlkitON DetlARS. 

Net Surplus ss to P6lic> ITolders' 

$l,846»72&.48. 

This Is the largest Amtricdn company 
dolkig bustoesB on this coatiu)Mit u]kon thtf 
stock plan, taking Marims RtMks only, and 
the business of the Company exceeds that 
of al 1 ether Massachusetts companies com. 
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SfOMTARY. PsiSlOEKT. 

Wm. Law & Co., AoENTs, 

YARMOUTH. 



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Nelson Weston, manager Minard's Liniment factory, 

19 Pi-escott 
New England Hotel, Mi"S. O'Brien, proprietress, 34 Haw- 
thorn 
Newell Lewis Z., master mariner, Commercial 
Newth Frederick A., painter, 393 Main, resd. 29 Chester 
Nichols Ezekiel M., prop. Queen Hotel, 7 to 11 Central 
Nickerson David, night watchman, 19 Main 
Nickerson David T., works at woollen mill, 19 jtfain 
Nickerson Ensign, fisherman, 187 Argyle 
Nickerson Isaac, fisherman, 26 Hawthorn (rear; 
Nickerson Jacob, seaman, 18 Commercial 
Nickereon Jane, dressmaker, 17 Store lane 
Nickenson John, fireman, 5 Commercial 
Nickei'son Simeon, laborer, 1 Huston 
P'ickerson Simeon, laborer, 28 Water 
Nickerson William, laborer, 21 James 
Nickerson William, moulder, 34 North Alma 
Noonan Annie, widow of Dennis, 9 Chestnut 
Netting Miss, teacher kindergarten, 48 Cliif 
Netting Jennie, spinster, 48 Cliff 
Nova Scotia Bank of, 329 ifain 



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Hotel, 34 Hawthorn 
O'Brien John, boiler maker, 18 Central 
O'Connell T., general dealer, 279 Main ^ 
O'Hanley Charles, fireman, 26 Hawthorn 
0*Hanley George, clothes cleaner, 239 Main, icsidencc 

26 Hawthorn 
Oddfellow's Hall, 256 Main 
Old Ladies' Home, on James and Whipple 



Parker, I{lakins & Co., merchants and Shipowners 233 

and 111 AVater 
Parker, Eakins &Co.'s wharf, entrances, 231 & 235AVater 
Parker. Edward F., merchant, (Parker, Eakins & Co.,) 

381 Main 
Parker Enos, photograxjher, boards 47 William 
Parker George E., photographer, studio 297 Main, res d 

15 Second 
Parker J., master mariner, boards Yarmouth Hotel . 
Parlcer M. A., dining and lunch room, 367 Main 
Parker Peter, picture frame maker, 47 A\^illiam 
Parkcj.' Richard, accountant, 12 Second 
Parsonage, Baptist, Milton, 3 Elm 
Patten Benjamin II., pattern maker, 477 Main 
Patten Mrs., widow of Benjamin, 445 Main 
Patten Urbine, truckman, 445 Main 
Patten Ella, spinster, 17 Starr's road 
Patten George, shoemaker, 42 Alma 
Patten Hanliah, widow of James, 17 Starr's road 



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YARMOUTH, N. S. 



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Patterson Charles, foundry foreman, 538 Main 
Pay son Edward, woodturner, 17 William 
Pearce William, master machinist, 21 Willow street 
Pearson Nelson O., night watchman, 43 Forest 
Pelton Charles S,, student, 66 William 
Pelton Louisa, widow of Milo S., 26 Alma 
Pelton Sanford H., barrister, 214 Main, resd. 66 William 
Pendrigh & Crawford, brassfounders, 84 to 88 Water 
Pendrigh Mrs., widow of William, 151 Main 
Pendrigh Wra (Pendrigh & Crawford) brassfders, 151 Main 
Pendrigh Eobert H. (Porter & Pendrigh), 151 Main 
Perrin Dr, A. M., general practitioner, 247, resd. 249, Main 
Perrj'' Albert, mariner, Wetmore 
Perry George H., master mariner, 99 Argyle 
Perry Henry, cabinet maker, 50 Forbes 
Perry & Peterkin, barbers & hairdressers, 234 Main 
Perry Thomas, master mariner, Brunswick, S E cor. Elm 
Perry William, (of Perry & Peterkin) barber & hair- 
dresser, boards 18 Kirk 
Perry William E., teller Bank of Yarmonth, 23 Preseott 
Peterkin Frederic, junk dealer, 430 Main 
Peterkin H. A., barber & hairdresser (Perry & Peterkin) 

boards Yarmouth Hotel 
Pettit John, mason, 9 Bayview (or Baker) 
Pettit & Sellers, masons, 15 John 
Phillips Elijah E., master mariner, 210 Argyle 
Phillips Henry, engineer, 2 Doane 
Phillips John, truckman, Green, N. of Argyle 
Phillips John, truckman, 9 Bond 
Pine Hill Seminary, South-end school 26 to 36 Forbes 
Pinknoy William, retired former, 6 William 
Pitman Amos, farmer, Starr's road, E. of Pleasant 



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WILLIAM LAW & CO., 

AUCTIONEERS 



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GENERAL GROCERS, 



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AgeiK^y for Boston Marine Insurance Co., 

Capital $1,000,000. 
Glasgow and London Fire Insurance Co.; 
Revere Copper Co.; 
ITova Scotia Sugar Refinery; 
Phoenix Fire Insurance Co. 
North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. 



SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

Sales of Bank, Insurance, and all kinds 
of Stocks, Real Estate, etc. 

Regular Auction Sales every Saturday at 2 oVlock p.m. 

Gonsignmenis Solicited. 

New Boston Marine Building, Yarmouth. 

William Law. Bowman B. Law. 



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Pitman Clement, foundryman, 33 Chester ' 

Pitman J. E., meat and fish market, 389 ifain ' 

Pitman Lydia, widow of Andrew, 17 Store lane 

Piatt Joshua, machinist 439 Main. 

Plumer Charles, truckman, 164 ifnin. 

Pollard Charles D., blacksmith, 9 Alma, rsd., 25 Chests 

Pollard Charles G., printer, 31 Cliff 

Poole PetiBr, sailmaker, 77 Vancouver 

Pothier Edmund, tailor, 21 Albert 

Pothier Hilaire F-., laborer, 6 Kempt 

Porter Frederick, clerk, 7 Bond 

Porter George, porter, Hotel Lome 

Porter Ira, truckman, 374 Main 

Porter J. A. blacksmith, 85 Water, read. 5 Sycamore Place 

Porter Leslie, clerk 7 Bond 

Porter Maria, widow of Clement, 7 Bond 

Porter Norman, master mariner 362 Main 

Porter & Pendrigh dry goods, 345 Main 

Porter W. A. truckman, 9 Public lane ' 

Porter W. Lloyd (Porter & Pendrigh) 9 Public lane 

Potier Louis, grocer & fish-dealer, 163 to 167 Main 

Potter Alfred W., blacksmith, 38 Water, resd. 80 Argyle 

Potter Frederick, carpenter, 20 Starr's road 

Powell Alfred, mason, 19 Commercial 

Powell T., junk dealer, 160 Water 

Powell W. A. master mariner, 299 Main 

Powell Mrs. M, A., milliner 288 Main 

Power John, laborer, 3 Fifth lane 

Powers Charles, accountant, boards 10 Second street. 

Powers Ellen S., widow of George, 83 Main 

Powers James, tailor, 21 Queen 

Preston B. J., at Woollen mill, 7 Pearl 

Probate Office, Court House Basement, Main 



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Burrell-Johnson Iron Co'y, 



Saw Mill Machinery, Minins Machinery, all kinds of CHsUngi, from onr 
Gvn patterns or tboe« Bupplied by others. Marine and Stationary 
Boilers of atl kinds. All kinds of Machinery, Blacksmith Work. 

STEAM FITTINGS, both Brass & Iron. 

We claim that ne make the largest rariety and fineet quality of 

Stoves, Ranges and Heaters. 

See our "Model Grand Range," "Victor" Soft Coal Cook, "Orient" 
Franklin, " Island Crown Cook," " Veata" Soft Coal Heater, New "Silver 
Moon" Base Bomer. 

The World cannot produce better working StoTea of the kind. Oar 
I'Victor" Hot Water Heater is the best ever made. 

WATER STREET, YARMOUTH, N. S. 

Lincoln & Williams, Tarmoatb, Agent for our StovcH, 
Ranges, etc. 



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Prosser Harry Gordon, wood polisher, 144 Main 

Prosser Maria, 144 Main 

Prothonatory's OfiSce, Court House Basement, Main 

Providence Church (Methodist), 138 Main 

Purdy Charles S., laborer, 49 Forbes 

Purdy Enos, shoemaker, 195 Main 

Purdy Joseph, ship carpenter, 49 Forbes 

Purdy Joseph H., laborer, 8 South lane 

Purney Wm. C, shoemaker's shop, 131 Main 

Purney W. C, fancy goods dealer, 326 Main 



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Brown & Smith, 

230 Main St., Yarmouth, N. S. 

HOUSE, SHIP AND SIGN PAINTERS, 

GILDERS, 

GRAINERS, 

PAPER HANGERS, &c. 

Dealers in Boom Paper, Paints, Oils, Tarnislies, 

Glass, Pntty, &c. 



Picture Framing and Room Nloulding a Specialty. 



C. E HORTON, 

Exchange Building, 219 & 223 Main St. 

Choice Groceries 

OF EVERT DESCBIFnON. 

PURE SPICES, A SPECIALTY. 

BURNETT'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS. 

Large stock Canned Goods, Chocolates, Teas, Coffees, etc., 

always on hand. 

CONFEGTIONERY AND FRUITS. 

The Best Goods in the Market. 



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Eandall T. William, drug clerk, 480 Alain 

Eandall Dr. W. A. C, general practitioner, 480 Main 

Eandall Mrs , dressmaker, 30 Alma 

Eay Brothers, blacksmiths, 21 Brown 

Bay Busby W., carriage maker, 58 Forest 

Eay Daniel Chesley, carriage maker, 60 Forest 

Eay Frederick C, blacksmith, 11 High street place 

Eay S. Bam ford, blacksmith, 11 High street place 

Eaymond Joseph S., manager Clements' feed store, Alma, 

corner High 
Eaymond Lay ton, carpenter, boards 411 Main 
Eaymond Margaret, widow of S. F., Alma, corner High 
Eaymond Eichard, cabinet maker, 53 Vancouver 
Eaymond William, painter, Herbert, east of Wetraore 
Beading Eoom, W. C. T. U., 24 Central 
Eedding Amasa, policeman, 412 Main 
Bedding George, machinist, 10 Carlton 
Eedding Joseph, mason, 12 South lane 
Eedding Mrs. Tabitha, 354 Main 
Eedding Thomas C, mason, 12 South lane 
Eegistry of Deeds, court house basement, Main 
Eeid Charles E., carpenter, 22 Alma 
Eeid Gertrude, widow of Eobert, 10 Crescent 
Eeid William W., truckman, Parade, near Haley road 
Belief Yarmouth Mutual Society, 329 Main 
Eeynard Harry, blacksmith, 49 Forbes 
Ehodes Mrs. J. H., milliner, 353 Main, resides 286 
Eichards C. C, druggist (C. C. Bichards & Co.), 15 Willow 



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Clements' Feed Store, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

BATTLE FEED OF EVERY DESGRiPTION. 



Com Meal, Middlings, 

Hay, Cracked Corn, 
Moulie, Oats, Wiiole Corn, 

Shorts, Feed Flour, 
Cotton Seed Meal, Bran, 

Rock Salt, etc., etc., 

ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 
Inspection Solicited. Lowest Prices Goaranteed. 

SSB OUR ADVEaTISEKENTS IN THE PAFEKS. 

J. S. RAYMOND, MANAGER. 

11 JOHN STREET, YARMOUTH, N. S. 

QUICK SALES. PROMPT RETURNS. 

F, L. CLEMENTS & CO,, 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

RECEIVERS OF 

FRESH AND SALT FISH. LIVE L0B8T6R8, POTATOES, WOOD, &C. 

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Kichards David, clerk, 20 Parade 

Eichards John, accountant, 15 Willow 

Bing James, caulker,- 172 Argyle 

Eitchie John E., tinsmith, 545 & 547 Main, res. 6 Summer 

Eitchie Mrs. John H., 8 Bond 

Eitchie Lottie A.., spinster, 8 Bond 

Eitchie Myrtie P., agent dye works, 18 Forejst, res. 8 Bond 

Eitchie Thomas, painter, 400 Main 

Eitchie Washburn Coy, printer, 8 Bond 

Eoach Elizabeth, widow, 17 Argyle 

Eoach George, laborer, Eegent 

Eobbins A. C, shipowner, 11 Jenkins, resd. 32 Seminary 

Eobbins Annie E., spinster, 32 Seminary 

Eobbins Ansel, customs department, 67 Tooker 

Eobbins Benjamin D., trader, 79 Argyle 

Eobbins Charles S. P., merchant, 1 Eobbins place 

Eobbins Forman K., purser Y. S. S. Co., 459 Main 

Eobbins Frank C, clerk, boards 11 WiDiam 

Eobbins G. W., Cordova leather works, 100 to 104 Water 

resd. Wyman road 
Eobbins John H., carriage manufactory, 22 and 24 Cliff, 

resides 52 Cliff 
Eobbins J. Y., shipowner, 11 Jenkins, resides 30 High 
Eobbins Maggie A., widow of Byron E., 26 Carlton cor 

Alma 
Eobbins S. B.. master mariner, Pleasant, near Cliff 
Eobbins William S., insurance agent, 63 Tooker 
Eobertson Dennis, tailor, boards New England Hotel 
Eobertson George H., supt. water works, 3 Jenkins 
Eobertson William D., master mariner, 567 Main 



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Kobichatt Jean, laborer, 10 Lonergan's lane 

Eobichau Leandre, laborer, 41 Main 

Eobichau Levi, grocer. 177 and 179 Main 

Eobichau William C, boarding house keeper, 211 Main 

Eobichau Mrs. 50 Water 

Eobinson Mrs., widow, 158 Argyle 

Eodgers John, harness maker, 9 John, resd. Sand Beach 

Eodgers Michael, harness maker, bds. New England Hotel 

Eodgers W. H., harness maker, 13 and 15 Brown, resides 

47 Albert 
Eogers Albert, carpenter, 197 Argyle 
Eogers Eev. Anderson (Presbyterian), 56 William 
Eogers Angus, truckman, 6 Bond 
Eogers Arthur, clerk, 76 Prince 
Eogers Benjamin, principal South-end school, 16 Queen 
Eogers Barnard E., agent Yarmouth Building and Loan 

Society, 25 Queen 
Eogers Budd, teamster, 12 Barnard lane 
Eogers Calvin, carpenter, 123 Argyle 
Eogers Clarence, purser, 145 Main 
Eogers George, rigger, 74 Water 
Eogers Irvine, at organ factory, 11 Brown 
Eogers James, confectioner, 50 Prince 
Eogers Joseph, shoemaker, 543 Main 
Eogers Joseph E., merchant, Eogers' wharf, resides 2 

Sycamore place 
Eogers Margaret, widow of Jacob W., 12 Barnard lane 
Eogers Maurice, foundryman, 10 Store lane 
Eogers William L., hardware dealer, 273 Main, boards 

Queen Hotel 
Eogers' Wharf, entrance to, 73 Water 
Eolston Edward, mail clerk, 7 Elm 



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WHERE TO BUY MILLINERY. 

MiH Wvman keepa in Btotk and ie couBtantly receiving fresh 
supplies of eTerything deslrdble in 

MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. 

She aIso keeps a fnll stock of 

MeCall'8 New York Patterns, Bazaar Dre^makers, 

Ladfes* Bazaars. 

^AiPAIiOGUES AHD SHBErps. 

All ordere lot trimming received by mail or ottiei^ise, pre mptly 
executed. 

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7 Elm 
Rosen Mrs., dressmaker, 316 Main 
Ross Alexander, mason, 15 Store lane 
Ross Charles S., printer, 23 Hawthorn 
Ross Donald, shipbuilder, 23 Hawthorn 
Ross Frank, clerk, 23 Hawthorn 
Ross John, mariner, 12 First 
Ross Robert H., mail clerk, 23 Hawthorn 
Ross William D., dry goods merchant (Moses & Ross), 

15 Prescott 
Rowe William C, engineer, 87 Alma, near High 
Rowley J. W. H., agt. Dom. Savings Bank, 21 Cumberland 
Roy L. J., Wanzer sewing machine agent, 22 Queen 
Roy Thomas, blacksmith, 6 Flats lane 
Rozee James, sr., confectioner, 274 Main, resd. 8 Sycamore 

place 
Rozee James, jr., confectioner, 253 Main, resd. 31 Alma 
Ryan Frank, laborer, 347 Water ; ^^H!^ c.v^v- 

Ryder Sarah, widow of Nelson, 10 Peai-1 
Ryerson Block, entrance, 329 Main 
Ryereon Edith, spinster, 23 and 25 Second 
Ryerson Frederick C, pro'r Jjome Hotel, 238 & 210 Main 
Ryerson John K. retired merchant, 65 Parade 
Ryei'son Samuel M., Hotel Lome 
Rj^erson wharf, entrance to, 199 water 



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W. D. LdviTT, C. T. Gbantham, 

President. Manager. 

Thos. Killam, cable : 

Vice-President. " GRANTHAM.'^ 



YARMOUTH 

Duck and Yarn Comp'y 

(LIMIIED), 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Cotton Sail Duck, 
Wide Ducks, 

Sail & Wrapping Twines. 

YARHOUTH, N. S. 



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St. Ambrose Church, Koman Catholic, old, 22 Barnard 

St. Ambrose Church, new (R. C), cor. Albert and Green 

St. John, Church of, Presbyterian, 2 Kirk 

St. Julian Hall, 111 Main 

Salem School House, 195 Argyle 

Salvation Army Barracks, 208 Main 

Salvation Aniiy Quarters, 2 Tooker 

Samuels George, lish hawker, 14 Moody's lane 

Samuels Mrs., 50 Water 

Sanders Anthony, (Frank H. Wilson & Co., iron works\ 

10 Summer 
Sanders Charles W., picture dealer, 403 Main, resd. 21 

Bay view (or Baker) 
Sanders William, pattern maker, 19 James 
Sanderson George G., insurance broker, 361 Main, resides 

24 Parade 
Saulnier Adolphus, laborer, 34 Starr's road 
Saulnier B., laborer, 8 Store lane 
Saulnier Henri, laborer, 600 Water 
Saulnier J. R., shoemaker, 98 Water 
Saulnier John W., laborer, 487 Water 
Saulnier Joseph, laborer, 339 Water 
Saulnier Louis, truckman, 8 Church 
Saulnier Rene, laborer, Barnard 
Saulnier Robert, laborer, 32 Water 
Savings Bank, Dominion, 2 John 
Savary Edward, laborer, 68 Water 
Saunders Nathan, master mariner, 6 Crescent 
School Episcopal Sunday (south), 81 Main 
School Trustees' Office, court house basement, Main 
Scott Ebenezer, master mariner, 10 Kirk 



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JACOB SWEENY, 

495 to 499 Main Street, Yarmouth, N. S. 

DEALER IN 

Gl)esti)ut, Asl), and Painted Gtianber Furniture, 

IIT STJITES. 

lt«dij(«atls, Bureaus, Siuks, Ta1)]e:«, Washstands, Toiletij 

Outre Tables, Wardrobes, Mlrroi-s, Cane ami 

Wooden Chairs of every Tariely. 

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PARLOR FURNITURE. 
MILTON, N. 8. 



B. TITUS, 

YARMOUTH 

Hack, Sale, 

Boarding 

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Scott Frank, master mariner, 416 Main 
Scott James, master mariner, 18 Argyle 
Scott Martha B., widow of Amos, 46 Forbes 
Seely Joseph, laborer, 43 Hawthorn 
Seely Mrs., widow, 14 Collins 

Selvidge James, janitor South-end schoolhouse, 67 Argyle 
Selvidge James, laborer, 9 Lewis avenue 
Seminary Yarmouth and grounds (central school), 
bounded by Parade, Seminaiy, Collins and Carleton 
Sharkey Stephen, laborer. Green, south of Argyle 
Shaw Alfred M., master mariner, 27 Forest 
Shaw Harvey, master mariner, Forest, eai^t of Haley road 
Shaw Mary, widow, 19 Cliff 
Shaw William F. (Chute, Hall & Co.), 10 Collins 
Shea James, gardener, 54 Beacon 
Sheriff's Office, court house, Main 

Sherman Charles, blacksmith, 409 Main, res. 5 Store lane 
Shipping Master's Office, 2 John 
Silver Jacob, cooper, 9 to 13 Store lane 
Simms Robert, carpenter, 98 Parade 
Simms Wilson G., trader, 6 Kirk 
Sisoo Gilbert, laborer, 46 Starr's road 
Skating Rink, south east corner Parade and Pleasant 
Skinner E. Burpee, Burrell-Johnson Iron Works, Willow 
Skinner Judson, engineer, 8 Commercial 
Sleeth Joseph, jailor, 372 Main 
Smith Amaziah, seaman, 6 Commercial 
Smith Arthur, painter, 226 Main 
Smith Benjamin (Brown & Smith), painter, 226 Main 
Smith Benjamin B., painter, 56 Cliff 
Smith Charles, mariner, 11 William 
Smith Edward B., cooper, 2 Huston 
Smith Eliza, widow of Oilman, hair shop, 405 & 407 Main 



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HARDWARE, 

We keep a large and raried assortment in Bnllders' and 

Shelfy Carpenters' and Mechanics' Tools, Asrricnl- 

tnral Implements, Cntlery of the best English 

and German Make. 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 



READY MIXED PAINTS, PU TTY, GU8 8, LEAD, OILS, VARNISHES. 

Boots, Shoes ^ FJubbbi^s. 

in latest leading styles. 

Sole Leather, Shoe Findings, Fitted Uppers, 

Shoemakers' Kits. 

PATENT MEDICINES. 

STAPLE GROCERIES. 

ROOK POTASH, GRASS and CLOTER SEED, &c. 

Goods are purchased from first hands and sold at prices to meet 

the views of close buyers. 

565 MAIN STKEET (MILTON.) 



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Smith Frank, laborer, ? Loneigan'^ l3%»^ • 

Smith George, laboTrer^ Begent 

Smith George i^,, J. P. and count j official, office 25^ Mai^ 

Smith John^ fisherman, 73 Main 

Smith Joseph, laboirer, IS East 

Smith Joseph A., barrister, etc., office 323 Main, resi^ 

28 Alma 
Smith Joseph A., cooper, 13 Hawthorn 
Smith Kate, widow of Frank, ^5 Church 
Smith Margery, widow of Daniel, ^83 Ma^in 

Smith Matilda, widow of Judas C, 2 Cook's lane, off Van- 
couver 

Smith Peter, seaman, 12 Byerson 

Smith Mrs., widow cf Saniuel, 419 Main 

Smith Eobert, laborer, 15 Church 

S!mith Samuel, seaman, 9 Commercial 

Smith William, laborer. Regent 

Society Yarmouth Mutual Belief, 329 Mfl^n 

SoUows George, Qiachinist, 549 Maiii 

SoUows Mary, widow of Aaron, 77 Vancouver 

Sons of Temperance, Division hall, 468 Main 

Southern Beacon Lodge, 112 Main 

South-end School House (Pine Hill Seminary), 20 to »6 
Forbes 

Spall Eobert, clerk, 20 Carlton 

Spears Charles, i^achinist, 356 Main 

Spears George W., moulder, 25 Whipple 

Spears Bobert, janitor Dominion Building, 2 John 

Spinney Aaron, truckman, 20t Sei^inary 

Spinney Alvin, truckman, 9 Cliff 

Spinney Edgar K., hardware and general dealer, 375 to 
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CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

Orders by telephone promptly attended to. 

COR. ARGYLE & MAIN STREETS. 




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Spinney Harvey, street <5ommissioner, 36 Cliff 

Stanton Solomon, stonecutter, 7 Huston 

Stanwood Elva, widow of Jacob, 14 Willow 

Stanwood Matthew, fish dealer, 33 Hawthorn, res. 33 Alma 

Stanwood Samuel, master mariner, 34 Alma 

Starratt S. A., teacher Yarmouth Seminary, 188 Main 

Steam Laundry, Arthur Suttie, 25 John 

Steams Eev. Henry, Episcopal clergyman, 205 Main 

Steele Edward, paper hanger, 7 Lovitt 

Sterritt Maria, widow of James A., 12 Carlton 

Sterritt Mary, spinster, 24 and 26 High 

Sterritt William T., lumber merchant, 16 High 

Stewart Alex, dining saloon, 6, res. 10, Brown 

Stewart F. J., vice principal Yarmouth Seminary, boards 
188 Main 

Stipendiary Magistrate, Nathan Hilton, 3 John, resides 
506 Main 

Stockdale Nathaniel, chief steward S.S. Yarmouth, 20 Kirk 

Stoddart Ch^arles, laborer, 43 Hawthorn 

Stoddart Daniel, seaman, 17 Commercial 

Stoddart Kinsman, seaman, 11 Commercial 

Stoddart Samuel, seaman, 17 Argyle 

Stoneman Arthur P., clerk, 34 Forbes, corner Argyle 

Stoneman A. F., merchant (A. F. Stoneman & Co.), 54 
Forbes, corner Argyle 

Stoneman A." P. & Co., merchants, 139 Main, and Stone- 
man's wharf, and 67 Water 

Stoneman Charles E., clerk, 4 Bond 

Stoneman's Hall, 141 Main 

Stoneman Joseph, clerk, 1 Bond 

Stoneman Thomas W. (Cook & Stoneman), dry goods, 
45 Parade 



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2 Strachan Martha, widow of Stephen, 9 Argyle 

Strickland Elizabeth, widow of Robert B., 569 Main 
Stubbs Aaron C, barber and hairdresser, 476 Main, resides 

|§ 34 Vancouvei; 

Sturgis William, at cotton mill, 38 Vancouver 
Sullivan" Augustus, laborer, Herbert, east of Wetmore 
Sullivan Daniel, clothier f D. Sullivan & Co J, 39 Parade 
Sullivan^D. &'Co., tailors and furnishers, 313 Main 
Sullivan Thos.,'tailor (D. Sullivan & Co.) 39 Parade 

•a Sullivan Mary,]]widow of Dennis, 39 Parade 
Surette Henri, 'at organ factory, 2 Porter's lane 
Surette James,'^fisherman, 22 Water 
Surette Joseph, laborer, 130 Main 
Surette Marie, widow, i7 Argyle 

g) Suttie Alfred B.j'plumber^ 173 Argyle 

Suttie Arthur, steam laundry, 25 John, resd. 6 William 
Suttie Augustus, moulder, 2 Flats lane 
Suttie Charles, machinist, 532 Main 

^ Suttie James K, stove dealer, 532 and 599 Main U' 

Swain Eldridge, fisherman, 15 Church g- 

Swain Llewellyn E., watchmaker and photographer, 210 ^ 



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S Swain W. J., cook, 474 Water g 

g Sweeny Jacob,'[furniture manufacturer, 495 to 499 Main, 

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Sweeny'Leslie J .,*laborer,18 South lane £ 

Sykes James, builder,"^52 Forbes «3 



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^O-OPEI^AiriYB 

Deposit 1 Loan Society 



OF YARMOUTH. 



DIRECTORS: 

President : J. WENTWORTH MOODY. 
Vice-President : THOMAS KILLAM. 

SAMUEL A. CROWELL. 

BOWMAN B. LAW. 

CHARLES L. POWER. 

AUDITORS : 

J. H. LOMBARD. 
GEO. G. SANDERSON. 

SOLICITOR : 

ROBERT E. HARRIS. 



Loans made on most favorable terms to the 
Borrower. Deposits Secured. 

APPLY TO 

S. B. MURRAY, Secretary. 

Office 12, Boston Marine Building/ Yarmouth. 



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Taylor Geo S., tailor and furnishfer, 337 Main, res. 6 Parade 

Tax Collector's Ofl&ce, court house basement, Main 

Teasdale Rev. J. J., Methodist, 13 Elm 

Tedford Jacob, ship steward, 485 Main 

Telegraph Office, Western Union, 9 Jenkins 

Telephone Company, Nova Scotia, 9 Jenkins 

Temple Church, Baptist, 45 Argyle 

Templars Independent Order of Good, 112 Main 

Thompson Ebenezer, laborer, 2 Church 

Thompson Israel, fisherman, 6 Water 

Thompson James, cooper, 13 Church 

Thompson Jervis, laborer, 8 Queen 

Thompson John, laborer, 11 Albert 

Thomson Walter, grocer, 235and 237 Main, res. 9 Forest 

Thurston John, truckman, 37 Cliff 

Thurston Mary L., widow of Henry, 83 Cliff 

Thurston Robert, truckman, 22 Willow 

Thurston William, truckm'an, 8 Willow 

Tilley Mrs. S. J. B., milliner, 251 Main, resd. 18 Kirk 

Times Yarmouth, J. D. Rolston, proprietor, 16 John • 

Titus Blake, livery stables, 16 Brown, res. 16 Central 

Titus Enos, blacksmith, 8 Forest 

Tobin Fowler, stagecoach driver, 15 Highstreet place 

Tooker Charles J. B., clerk, 37 Parade 

Tooker Eliza B., widow of George W., 245 Main 

Tooker George, master mariner, 45 Forest 

Tooker Norman J. B., merchant (A. F. Stoneman & Co.) 

6 Sycamore place 
Tong Robert, grocer, 169 Main, resd. %1 Barnard lane 
Trask Charles E., accountant, 58 Main 



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GEO. W. ROBBINS, . 

Proprietor of the Cordova Tannery, 

MANVFAprUREB 0^ 

SOLE AND UPPER 
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Trask Mary, widow of George, Clements ave., near Cliff 

Trask Walter, accountant, 20 Central 

Trefry Benjamin, farmer, 17 Starr's road 

Trefry Frederick, merchant, 61 Tooker 

Trefry George B., painter, 40 Alma 

Trefry George K., master mariner, 12 James 

Trefry Hugh H., at Minard's Liniment factory, 512 Main 

Trefry J. W. & Co., grocers and meat dealers, 171 Main 

Trelry Leaman, mariner, 10 Starr's road 

Trefrj'^ Mrs., widow of William E., 512 Main 

Trefry N. L., painter, 40 Alma 

Trefry Norman L., painter, 397 to 401 Main 

Trefry Richard H, livery stables, 11 & 14 Hawthorn, res. 16 

Trinity Church, Anglican, 64 William 

Trinity School House, 63 William 

Tug Boat Company, office, Cann's wharf 



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VanNordon William, stage coach driver, boards New 

England Hotel, Hawthorn 
Verge F. A., Elder, Advent Christians, 438 Main 
Verge's fancy goods store, pianos ete., 266 Main 
Vickery Charles, wood turner, boards 18 Willow 
Vickery Edgar J., bookseller, 309 Main, resides Clift 
Vickery Jatnes, laborer, 505 ITater 
Vickery Thomas, master master, 408 Main 
Viets Edward M., dry goods merchant (Viets & Dennis), 

63 Forest 
VietB & Dennis, dry goods, 335 Main 
Vineau Madeline, widow, 11 East 
Von Metzke Olivia, teacher, 7 Worth 



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JOB HATFIELD, 



GENERAL 



FIRE and MARINE 



INSURANCE AGENT. 



AH Classes of Marine and Fire Fisks taken at lowest 

rates. 



Office: LOVITT'3 BUILDING. 



CORNING & CHIPMAN, 
Barristers, Solicitors, 

NOTARIES PUBLIC, INSURANCE AGENTS, ETC. 

Agents Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. 



AND 



London & lanoaslur$ Fire Ins. Co, 
Office : Eakins Building, Yarmouth, N. S. 

Thomas E. Corning. Lewis Chipman. 



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Wade Mary, widow of Micholas, 162 Main 
Walker Israel L., master mariner, Herbert, E. of Wetmore 
Wallace James, gasfitter, 15 Albert 
Wallis James, foreman Times office, 138 Argyle 
Walsh J. W., teacher Business College, boards Yar- 
mouth Hotel 
Ward John, carpenter, 9 Haskell 
Warner Philip, moulder, 8 South lane 
Warrington Sophie, spinster, Jervis 
Watt William, ship carpenter, 22 Starr^s road 
Watt Thomas, joiner, 22 Starr's road 
Wayden Mary, widow of William, 67 Vancouver 
Weare Albert E., clerk Yarmouth Hotel, 49 William - 
Weare Alice, spinster, 49 William 
Weare Samuel, drug clerk, 49 JFilliam 
Weare William, expressman, 49 JTilliam 
Webster Grant, foundryman, 16 Starr's road 
Webster Henry, master mariner, 41 Forbes 
Webster Dr. C. L., general practitioner, 442 Main 
Webster TTilliam, engineer, 469 Main 
^ I Webster Mrs., widow of Dr. J. L. R., 442 Main 
Weddleton Alfred, sailmaker, 4 High 
Weddleton Harry F., sailmaker, Baker's whf, rsd 8 Argyle 
Weddleton James B., sailmaker, 1 Butler and 88 Main 
Weddleton William, sailmaker, 5 Carleton 
Weights and -Measures office, 2 John 
Wesley Church (Methodist) 462 Main 
Western Union Telegraph office, 9 Jenkins 
Westhaver J. B., school teacher, 514 Main 
Wetmore David, lumber merchant, TFetmore 
Wetmore Sophia, widow of George, 9 Doane 



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F. H. WILSON & CO., 
MILTON IRON FOUNDRY, 

YARMOUTH, H. S. 

Manufacturers of Stoves, Sbip Castings and Qeneral Macbinety. 



OUR "PRIZE" RANGE. 

Qandsomeirt and Baet Ranoa Buda, for vblcli w« hold tite reglstend dei[|B fbr 
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Whalen W. H., shoemaker, 7 Alma 

White Amos, fisherman, 29 Commercial 

White Benjamin, laborer, 17 Argyle 

White Charles C, blacksmith, 15 Argyle 

White Charles W., clerk, boards Hotel Lome 

White Chris, laborer, 14 Gridley's lane 

White Frank, master mariner, 31 Ifater 

White Frank, fisherman, 27 Barnard (rear) 

White Rev. George R. (Baptist), 4 H^illiam 

White Hilaire, sailmaker, 2 Moody's alley 

White Hilaire, laborer, 36 Starr's road 

White Louis, laborer, 10 Moody's lane 

White Marc, laborer, 2 Barnard 

White Peter A., laborer, 1 Moody's alley 

White Zackery, laborer, 50 Starr's road 

Whitehouse Charles, laborer, 201 Argyle 

Whitman Asa, carpenter, 65 Vancouver 

Whitman William J., stove mounter, 10 South lane 

Williams Benjamin R., 22 Bayview (or Baker) 

Williams Elkanah, laborer, 18 Queen 

Williams Edward S., tinsmith, 26 Bayvievy [or Baker] 

Williams Thos. A., master builder, 28 Bayview [or Baker] 

Williams George, baggageman W. C. R., 28 Bayview 

Williams William, mariner, 542 Main 

Wilson George H., livery stable, 6 to 12 Alma, resides 

27 Cliff 
Wilson Frank H. (Frank H. Wilson & Co.), 535 Main 
Wilson Frank H. & Co., ironfounders, office 563 Main, 

works 2 to 20 Vancouver 
Wilson Henry, laborer, 1 Dane's court 
Wilson Jane, spinster, 27 Cliff 
Wilson Mary, spinster, 27 Cliff 



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326 Main St. 326. 



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JOBBER OF 

Tinware, 

Small Wares, 

Stationery, 

BRUSHES, BROOMS, &c. 

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BOUGHT FOR CASH. 

326 MAIN ST. 326. 



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Wilson Sarah, spinster, 27 Cliff 

Wilson Thomas K., Post Ofi&ce clerk, 72 Prince 

Woodburn Eobert, machinist, Chipman, off Vancouver 

Woollen Mill Company Yarmouth, 149 to 159 Tfiater 

Worthen Thomas, fisherman, 134 Main 

Wjrman Adelbert, truckman, 354 Main 

Wyman Albert L., engineer, 185 Main 

Wyman Almon W., mariner, 185 Main 

Wyman George E., machinist, 53 Cliff 

Wyman H. A., milliner, 339 Main 

Wyman James W., wharf builder, 53 Cliff 

Wyman Joseph R, furniture rooms, 373 Main, res. 51 Alma 

Wyman Levi B., grccer, 287 Main, resd* 32 Tfillow 

Wyman Norman A., merchant, 16 Second 

Wyman Thomas, laborer, Grove, near Vancouver 

Wyman Mrs., widow of Jesse, 318 Main 

Wynoch Lucinda, widow of Frederick, 66 Vancouver 



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COAL AGENCY 

^ Little Glace Bay Coal 



ORDERS SOLICITED FOR 

ACADIA MINES COAL, 

AMERICAN HARD COAL. 

OFFICE : Corner Moody's Lane and Main Street. 

GOAL 8HED8 AT ROGERS' WUARP. 

J. R. ROGERS. 

SOUTH e:nd 

FURNITURE EMPORIUM, 

Corner Argyle and Main Streets. 

ALL KINDS OF 

r^OUSEHOLD FUr^NimUl^B, 

CHAIRS, TABLES, BUREAUS, SINKS. 

PARLOR AND BEDROOM SUITES. 

UPHOLSTERING, REPAIRING, &c. 

PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY. 

CALL AND GET PRICES. 

BUTLER & HALEY. 



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Yarmouth Bakery, Frederick Miller, 47 Hawthorn 

Yarmouth Bank of, 320 Main 

Yarmouth Bookbindery, 9 Jenkins 

Yarmouth Building and Loan Society, office, 308 Main 

Yarmouth Duck and Yarn Company, office and factory, 

479 to 485 Water 
Yarmouth Dye Works, 1 to 7 Haskell 



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Yarmouth Gas Light Company, works, 311 to 317 Water 
Yarmouth Herald Office, Alexander Lawson, proprietor, 

9 Jenkins 
Yarmouth Hotel, 261 to 265 Main 
Yarmouth Iron Works, 108 and 110 Water 
Yarmouth Elnitting Factory, Dodds & Jolly, proprietors, 

15 Jenkins 
Yarmouth Library, 26 Central 
Yarmouth Mutual Belief Society, 329 Main 
Yarmouth Seminary, central school-house and ground, 

bounded by Parade, Seminary, Collins and Carlton 
Yarmouth Steam Carpet-beating Company, 1 to 7 Haskell 
Yarmouth Telephone Company, 9 Jenkins 
Yarmouth Times, J. D. Bolston, prop., 16 John, 21 Kirk 
Yarmouth Woollen Mill Company, 149 to 159 Water 
Young Mrs. Lydia, widow, 5 Elm 



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Jacob Sweeney, 

UNDERTAKER, 

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FUNERAL DIRECTOR. 



FUNERAL OUTFira of Kvery DesGriptfon. 



YJLRIKEOIJT'B. 



THOS. B. FLINT, LL.B, 

AND 

NOTARY PUBLIC. 

ConiTnissUmer in the Supreme and Cawnty Courts of 
Jfova Scotia, Court of the Vice- Admiralty, ^., 

and A£ent of the 

BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO., 

NEW YORK LIFE INSURAME GO., &g. 

OFFICE: No. 6 EAKINS BLOCK, 
YARMOUTH, N. S. 



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Bingay, T. V. B. & Sons, barristers-at-law 68 
** BonaDza/' dry goods, crockery, &c. (John Miller, manager) 42 

Boston Marine Ins. Co , \Vm. Law & Ck)., agents 86 

Brackett, VVm. H., hairdresser 56 

Brown & Smith, painters, paper haoger<», &c. 96 

Barrel I- Johnson Iron Works 94 

Burrill, VVm., & Co., merchants, hardware, ,&c. 108 

Barrill, Joseph B., meats and provisions 9j0 
Butler & Haley, furniture, undertakers, &c. 110 and 124 

Cann, E. B , custom tailoring, furnishings, &c. 10 

Churchill & Wetmore, plumbers, gasfitters, &c. 70 

Chute, Hall & Co., organ manufncturers 88 

Clements, Edgar N., barrister-at law, insurance agent 68 

( lements, F. L. & Co., com. merchants, Boston 98 

Coaldwell, A. W., oyster, ice cream, lunch rooms 28 

Co-Operative Co., F. & C, groceries, &c. 74 
Co-Operative Deposit and Loan Society, (S. B Murray, sec*y) 114 

Cook, M. A , carpenter, wheelwright, &c 56 

Cook & Stoneman, dry goods 16 

Corning & Chipman, barristers-at-law, ins agents, &c. 118 

Craig. J. A , drugs, &c. 34 

Crosby, Jas L , gents' furnishings 18 

Crosby, L. G., wholesale dealer in molasses 62 

Crosby, Dennis, lumber dealer 43 

Crowel], S. A., hardware, mill supplies, &c. 82 

Dane, T. B. & Son, merchant tailors 80 

Dane, W. H„ boots, shoes, &c. 8 

Davis, J. M , groceries, ship stores, &c. 26 

Dodds & Jolly, dry goods, knitting factory, &c. 48 

Feed Store, Clements* (J. 8. Raymond, manager) 98 
Flint, T. B , barrister-at-law, &c. ^ 126 

Goudey, I. H., crockery, plated ware, &c. 61 

Grant, G. T., harness maker . 102 

Harris & Horsfall, drugs, stationery, &c. 6 

Harris R. E., barrister-at-law, insurance agent, &c. 44 

H atfield , Job , insurance ag«-ncy 1 18 
Homer, A W. & Sons, manTng confectioners, aereated waters 52 
Hood, H. A., jewellery, &c., see side lines 

Hood, S. C, jewellerjr, &c. 60 

Horton, C E., groceries 96 

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Horton, Jonathan, groceries (30 

Hotel Lome, 46 

Hotel, Queen 76 

Hotel. Yarmouth 100 

Hurlburt, J. H , oyster and dining rooms 32 

Kelley, L J., boots, shoes, &c. 12 
Killam Bros., commission merchants, coal, insurance agents 58 
Law, Wm. & Co., auctioneers and com. merchants, ins absents 92 

Lewis, Sheldon & Co., groceries, &c. - 112 

Lincoln & Williams, stoves, tinware, &c. 26 
Merchants & Manufacturers Co , heat, fuel, light, inside back cover 
Minard's Liniment, see head and foot lines 

Morton, G. J , stoves, tinware, plumbing, &c. - 30 

Moses & Ross, diy goods 10 

Murphy, J. E., marine school, nautical instruments 68 

Mutual Relief Society, life insurance 38 

McCallum, A. J., drugs, &c. 20 

McGill, Oliver, Yarmouth marble works - 90 

Parker, Eakins & C<^ , merchants 84 

Parker, George F., photogra »her 54 

Pendrigh & Crawford, b*ass foundry 40 

PerrlD, Dr A. M., gener practitioner 14 

Perry & Peterkin, hairdf ^sers 14 

Peterkin, F., dealer in old ron &c. - 110 

Purney, W, C, eggs, brooms, fancy goods, &c. 122 

Rf id, Charles R., carpenter and cabinet maker 66 
Richards, C. 0. & Co., druggists, see head and foot lines 

Robbins George W., Cordova tannery 116 

Rodgers, J., harness maker 80 

Rogers, J. R., South-end coal agency 124 

Rozee, James, confectiooery 50 

Smith, Joseph A., barrister-at-law, insurance agent 12 

Sullivan, D. & Co., custom tailoring, furnishings, &c. 31 

Sweeny, Jacob, furniture, undertaker, &c. 106 and 126 

Taylor, George S., custom tailoring, furnishings, &c. 78 

Titus, B., hack and livery stable 106 

Trefry's hack and livery stable 102 
Vickery, E. J., books, stationery, &c., inside front cover 

Victoria Steam Laundry 24 
Western Counties Railway, see outside back cover 

Wilson, F. H. & Co., Milton Iron Foundry 120 

Wyman, Miss H. A , millinery 102 

Wyman, Joseph R., furniture 22 

Wyman, L. B., general groceries 36 
Yarmouth Business College, phonography, typewriting, &c. 64 

Yarmouth Times, job printing 72 

Yarmouth Duck & Yarn Cbmpany 104 



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ADELAIDE— Main to Bond, South Side. 

2, vacant lot 

4, James Boyd, seaman 

6 and 8, vacant lots 

10, Mary Boyd, widow of James 

North Side— all vacant. 
ALBERT— Main to McConnell, South §ide. 

Vacant to Roman Catholic church and grounds 

Green intersects 

Side entiance to B Hilton's 

Stable 

Vacant to end, at McConnell street 

North Suje.^ 

1 to 7, unoccupied buildings 

9, vacant lot -'^ 

1 1 , John Thompson, laborer ■'■. • «; 
13, Walter Graham, painter «59 ' 
15, James Wallace, gasfitter i 
17, stable 

19, side door 

Prince intersects 
21, Edmond Pothier, tailor 

Lane begins 
23, side door 

William intersects 
25, side door 
27, gate 
29 and 31, George J Morton, plumber, etc. 

Lane begins 
33 and 35, James E Huestis, carpenter 
37, James E Huestis, Shop 

Park intersects 
39 to 45, vacant lots 

47, William H. Rodgers, harness maker 
49 and 51, side entrances 

Lane begins 
53, William Churchill, tinsmith 
55, vacant lot 

Street begins 
67 and 59, unoccupied house 

Vacant to end, at McConnell street 



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ALMA— Main to Seminary, North Side. 

1 and 3, side doors 

5, caniiwe house 

7, W H Whalen. shoemaker 

9, Charles D Pollard, blacksmith-shop 

First begins 
11, No. 3 Es^^ine House 
13, vacant lot 
15 to 19, side doors 

Second intersects 
21 and 23, gates 

25, stable 

27 and 29, gates 

31, James Kozee, jr, confectioner, resd 

Willow intersects 
33, Matthew Stanwood, fish dealer, resd 
35, William Hatfield, fish dealer, resd 
37, gateway 

39, Staley Gtoudey, clerk 
41, William V Brown, insurance agent 
43, gate 

45, carriaste house 
47, gate 

49, Luther S Cobb, moulder 

51, Joseph R Wyman, furniture dealer, shop 371 Main 
53, gate 
55, stable 
57 and 59, vacant lots 

Carlton intersects 

Vacant to High street 

High intersects 
87, William C Rowe, engineer 

Side doors 

Vacant 4ots to end 

South Side. 

2, unoccupied tenement 

4, side door 

6 to 12, George H. Wilson, livery stables 
14 and 16, Oliver McGill, marble yard and shop 
18, Edward B Cann, tailor 
20, John Churchill, painter 
20, Israel Churchill, carpenter 
22, Charles B Reid, carpenter 
24, Mrs Ada C Flint, widow of Samuel 
Second intersects 

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28, J. A. Smith, barrister 

30, Henry Jeffrey, clerk 

30, Mrs Randall, widow, dressmaker 

32, passage 

34. Samuel Stanwood, master mariner 
Willow intersects 

3G, Mrs Abbie Hilton, widow of Eben 

38, court and stable 
40, N L Trefry, painter 

40, Geoi^e B Trefry, painter 

42, Gfeorge M Patten, shoemaker 

44, gate 

46 to 50, vacant lots 

52, William H Brackett 

54 and 56, gates 

Carlton intersects 
58 and 60, garden 

62, side entrance, Mrs Maggie A Bobbins 
64, side entrance 
66 to 70, vacant lots 
72, Hiram E Chute (Chute, Hall & Co) 

High intersects 
74, Margaret Clements, widow of Capt Charles William 
76 to 82, vacant lots 

'84, George G Crosby, boot and shoe dealer 
84, Maurice J Crosby, clerk 

ARGYLE— Main to McConnkll, North Side. 

1, Eben Crosby, fish market, res 53 Main 

3 to 11, unoccupied houses 
13, Rev Alex Kersey, African Methodist Episcopal 
13, Mrs Elizabeth Garron, widow of William 
15, Paul Giot, ship carpenter 
15, Marthe Boudrot, widow of Hilaire 
15, Charles C White, blacksmith 
17, Mrs Elizabeth Roach, widow 
17, Samuel Stoddart, seaman 
17, Benjamin White^ laborer 
17, Mane Surette, widow 
19, Thadde Muise, fireman 
21, Mary Corbett, widow 
23 to 27, unoccupied houses 
29 and 31, vacant lots 

33, Walter Cook, retired farmer 

35, vacant lot 

37, John S. Bailey, shoemaker 

39, vacant lot 

41, Caleb Cook, cooper 

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43, Miss Harriet S McGiU, spinster 
43, Mrs Sarah Lewis, widow of Charles 
43« Miss Elizabeth Lewis, spinster 

William begins 
45, Temple Church (Baptist) 
47, William Lewis, clerk 
49, Thomas M Lewis, temperance lecturer 
51 and 53, Alex 8 Murray, cashier Exchange Bank 
55 to 65, vacant lots 

67, James Selvidgo, janitor South Eni Bch(x)lhoufje 
69, vacant lot 

Green intersects 
71 to 77, vacant lots 
79, Benjamin D Robbins, trader 
79, Miss Sarah H Kelly, seamstress 
81 and 83, vacant lots, 
85, Charles {I Kelley, tax collector 
87 and 89, vacant lots 

Pleasant intersects 
91, James J Lovitt, shipowner 
91, Leslie Lovitt, agent American Express Company 
93, to 97, vacant lots 
99, George Perry, master mariner 

101, Pearl D. Kinney, Manager F. & C. Co-Oi^rative store 
103, Thomas C. Baker, lighthouse keeper 
103, James E Baker, painter 
105, Sarah H. Hilton, widow of Waitstill 
107, Frank Kinney, clerk 
109, Mrs. McConnell, widow 
111 to 121, vacant lots 
123, Calvin Rogers, carpenter 

Clements Avenue begins 
127, George F. Allen, carpenter 
131 to 153, vacant lots 

Jarvis begins 
155 to 169, vacant lots 
171, Lewis Allen, farmer 
173, Alfred B. Suttie, plumber 
175, George Larkin, master mariner 
177, to 183, vacant lots 
185, John C. Anderson, fbrmer 
187, Ensign Nickerson, fisherman 
187, Mrs. Catherine Horner, widow of William P. 
189, vacant lot 
191, James Saunders, cooper 

Haley road begins 
193, John Haley, carpenter 
195, School House 
197, Albert Rogers, carpenter 



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199, Crocker Hemeon, laborer 
201, Charles Whitehouse, laborer 
203, Nehemiah Murphy, seaman 
205 to 227, vacant lots 

Eastern boundary of town 

South Side. 

2, Butler & Haley, furniture dealers 
4, vacant lot 
6, unoccupied house 
Bond street ends 
8, Harry F. Weddleton, sailmaker 
10, J. B. Lewis, merchant 

Trinity street joins 
12, George Bingay, barrister, etc. (T. V. B. Bingay &. Sons) 
14, Thomas B. Flint 

Bruce*s lane 
16, James C. Miller, laborer 
18, Mrs. Margaret Adams, widow of James 
18, James Scott, master mariner 

Forbes street ends 
20, Henry Lewis, merchant (H. & N. B. Lewis) 
22, Nathan B. Lewis, merchant, (H. & N. B. Lewis) 
24 to 38, vacant lots 
40, Norman H. Bent, master mariner 
42, vacant lots 

Green street intersects 
44 to 54, vacant lots 
56, Edgar Gowan, gardener 

Pleasant street intersects 
58 to 68, vacant lots 

Eegent street ends 
70 to 76, Lemuel Haley (Kinnev-Haley Company) 
78 to 84, Alfred W. Potter, blacksmith 
86 to 108, vacant lots 
110, Page Allen, mechanic 
112 to 134, vacant lots 
136, unoccupied house 
138, James Wallis, foreman Times oflice 
140 Josiah Crosby, master mariner 
142 to 156, vacant lots 
158, George Jeffrey, teamster 
158 Mrs Robinson, widow 
160 and 162, vacant lots 

lane ends 
164 to 170, vacant lots 
172, James Ring, caulker 
174, Benjamin Horton, fisherman 



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176, James B. Kinney, architect 
176, Samuel A. Kinney, poulterer 
176, Arthur W. Kinnev, Post Office 
178 Alvin Haley 
180, vacant lot 

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182, Wellington Larkin, master mariner 
184 to 192, vacant lots - 

194, David Hersey, laborer 
196, Parker Nickerson. farmer 
198 to 208, vacant lots 
210, Elijah E. Phillips, master mariner 

Phillips east line, east limit of town 

BAIN'S ROAD— Main to Wetmore. 

Unoccupied house, at railway crossing 
John Brown, overrseer at cotton mill 
Mrs. Elizabeth Marling, widow of Bernard 
Trueman E. Butler, carpenter 
John B. Goudey, foundry man 
Benjamin Goudey, farmer 
Augustus Goudey, foundryman 
George Goudey, foundryman 
End of Wetmore street 

BARNARD STREET— Water to Main, South Side. 

2, Marc White, laborer 

4, vacant lot 

6, Reuben Muis, laborer 

8, Rose Bennett, widow of Andrew 
10, William McNutt, seaman 

12, Mary Dixon, widow of John 
14, Charles McCully, laborer 
16, Philip Deveau, seaman 
18, Richard Butler, laborer 
20, vacant lot 

22, St Ambrose Church (R. C.) 
24, Peter Durenne, laborer 
26, unoccupied shop 

North Side. 

1, Winfield 

3, Alexander Gaudet, laborer 

5, Frank Deary, carpenter shop 

7, Mrs. Crosby, widow 

9, Raymond i^Yaughman, laborer 



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13, In Court—Charles Bourbine, carpenter 

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William Miller, fisherman 
Charles Miller, fisherman 
Ambrose Burridge, carpenter 
Frank Doucette, laborer 
Joseph Malet, caulker 

25, Toussaint Muis, cook 

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South Sidk. 

2 and 4, Worthen's side entrance 

6r John Miller, manager Bonanza dry goods shop 

8, Emily Jeffrey, widow of Amos R. 

10, vacant lot 

12, Margaret Rogers, widow of Jacob W. 

14, vacant lot 

16, William Wbalen, shoemaker 
18, vacant lot 

20, Anne Davis, widow of Isaac 
22, Robert Gongh, laborer 

22, Sophia Fox. spinster 
24, Thomas Wilson, laborer 

26, Justine Greenwood, widow of Charles 
28, George Dunn, laborer 

William street intersects 

vacant lots to end 

North Sidk. 

1 to 3, vcaant lots 

5, Joseph Killam, mariner 

7 to 15, vacant lots 

17, Benjamin 0. Madden, fisherman 
17, James Dease, mariner 

19 vacant lots 

William street intersects 

21, Robert Tong, grocer shop Main street 

23, Eliakim Cosman, truckman 
ends— Cul de Sac 

BAYVIEW, OR BAKER— Water to Pleasant, North Side. 

1, vacant lot 

3, Sylvester Smith, painter 
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5 to 7y vacant lots 

9. John Pettit, mason 
11, to 19, vacant lotfl 
21, Charles W. Saanders, picture dealer 
23, Nathaniel Carrier, blockmaker 
vacant lots to end 



South Side. 

2 and 4, vacant lots 
Main street intersects 

6, side entrance 

8, gate 

10 to 18, vacant lots 

20, WilUam Cameron, tailor 
22, Benjamin R. Williams, undertaker 
24, vacant lot, 

26, Edward & Williams, tinsmith 
28, Thomas A. Williams, master-builder 
vacant lots 

BEACON — Main to Pleasant, NoRTn Side. 

1, 3 and 5, vacant lots 

7, unoccupied house 

9, Mrs Mary Edith Baker, widow of Norman 

1 1 to 41, vacant lots to Brunswick street 
Brunswick street intersects 
vacant lots to end 

South Side. 

2 to 40, Hon. Loran E. Baker, house and grounds 
42, 44, vacant lots 

Brunswick intersects 
46, unfinished house (new) 
48, Mrs. Deborah Baker, widow of Ellis 
50, Horatio N. Coming, painter 
52, unoccupied house 
54, James Bhea, gardener 
56, William Horton, laborer 

vacant lots to end 

BOND— Queen to Argyle, East Side. 

2, Daniel Allen, laborer 
4, Charles Stoneman, clerk 
6, Angus Rogers, truckman 

8, Mrs John H. Ritchie 



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8, Washburn Coy Ritchie, printer • 
Miss Lottie Ritchie, spinster 
Miss Myrtie Ritchie, spinster 

WasT 81DB. 

1, Jos«|^ Stonemma, clerk ^ , ^ 

3, Charles Moodr, mMUfsr Dy Works uid Carpel Beating Co. 

6, Mrs. Anno Fitigorald. widow of Dennis 

5, Miss Mary Fitigerald, -spinster 

7, Mrs. Maria Porter, widow of Clement 
7, Leslie Porter, clerk 

7, Frederick Porter, clerk 

9, John Phillips, truckman 

BROOKLYN— Stabr's Road, Nobthkrly, East of Wrmobb, 

All Vacant 

BROWN— Water to Main, South Side. 

2, G. A. Hemlow, dining saloon 

4, Elizabeth Catlin, widow of Benjamin 

6, A. Stewart, dining saloon 

8, gate 

10, Alexander Stewart, dining saloon keeper 
12 sate 

14, Theophilus Mnis, Central Hotel 
Hawthorn street crosses 

16, Blake Titns, livery stable 

18, J. Bnrrill. butchers shop 

20, passage way 

22, A. W. Homer & S^n, candy factory 
24 and 26, two rear doors L. B. Wyman's grocery 
28 Miss Harris, dressmaker 
ends at Main street 

NoBTH Side. 

1, unoccupied building 
3, Wilbert Hutchison, seaman 
5 to 9. vacant lots 
11, Irvine Rogers, at organ factory 

11, Nathan* Hersey, ship carpenter 
Hawthorn street crosses 

13 and 15, W. H. Rogers, harness maker 

17, John McMunn« locksmith 

19, passage way 

21, Ray Brothers, carriage shop 



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23. gate 

25 to 27, J. H. Moses, butcher shop 
29, court 

31, George Hilton, shoemaker shop 
ends at Main street 

BRUNSWICK— Begins at Parade. 

vacant to Beacon 

unoccupied house, S. E corner Beacon 

George Mosely, truckman, near Starr's road 

Starr's road intersects 

Daniel J. Murphy, road master, W. C. R., cor. B. and Herbert 

Herbert street intersects 

Samuel A. Crowell, haid're mercht, S. E. cor. B. & North Alma 

North Alma intersects 

Thos. Perry, master mariner, S. E. cor. 3. and Elm 

Elm street intersects 

Chestnut intersects 

Cul de Sac 

BUTLER— Main to Bond, South Side. 

2, Joseph Churchill, carpenter 
4, Bernard Keenan, butcher 

vacant to end, at Sycamore Place 

North Side 

1 , James B. Weddleton, sailmaker 

3, unoccupied house 
5 to 19, vacant 

21, Thomas Cann, mariner 
vacant to end 

CANN— Water to Main, South Side. 

2, George H. Gardner, boat builder, shop 

4, George H. Gardner 

6, H. Deveau, at duck mill 



North Side. 



1 and 3, vacant lots 
5, stables 



CARLETON— Clipf to Parade, West Side. 



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3, stable 



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7, Mrs. Mary Hilton, widow of Stephen 
9, vacant lot 

11, unoccupied house 
13 to 19, vacant lots 
21, Locke Hersey 

^Ima intersects 
23 to 27, vacant lots 
29, stable 
31 to 35, side doors 

Collins intersect-i 
37, vacant lot 
39, stable 
41 and 43. rear entrances 

Ends at Parade 

East Side. 

2. side door 
4, stable 

6, Edward Bridgeo, gardener 

8, gate 

10, George Redding, machinist 

12, Mrs, Maria Sterritt, widow of James A. 
14, gateway 

16, William Allen, truckman 

18, passage way 

20, James G. Baker, carpenter 

20, Robert Spall, clerk 

22 and 24, vacant lots 

26, Mrs. Maggie Robbins 

Alma intersects 
28 to 34, vacant to Collins 

Collins intersects 
Seminary grounds to end 

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West Side. 

Martin Carroll, laborer 
Vacant to Starr's road 
East side, all vacant 

CENTRAL— -Water to Main, South Side. 

2, vacant lot 
4, passage way 

6, H. A. Hulsman, carriage factory 
8 and 10, old sheds 
12, uniised door 
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14, ThomaR R Dana (T B. Dane & Son) 

16, Percy St GL Hamiltoo, editor Yarmoath Times 

18, John (yBrimi, boiler maker 

20, Walter Trask, acooanUnt 

22, passage way 

24. W. C. T. U. Reading Boom 

26, Yarraontb Library 

28, K B. Gann, tailor shop 
Bnds at Main 

NoBTH Side. 

1, vacant lot 

3, 8. A. Oowell & Co., store 

6, passage way 

7, Queen Hotel, ladies' entrance 
9, *' gents' entrance 

11, ** office entrance 

11, Ezekiel M. Nichols, proprietor 

11, A. J. Hoo<), postmaster 

11, John Killam, master mariner 

11, William L. Rogers, hardware dealer 

11, Miss Gonn, telegraph operator 

11, Miss Fraser, telegraph operator 

13, Blake Titus, livery stable keeper 

15, passage way 

17, William B. Homer, confectioner (A. W. Homer & Sons) 

19, William Little, pattern-maker 

21, passage way 
Ends at Main 

CHESTER—Main to Plbasant, Nobtb Sidb. 

1, gate 

3 to 13, vacant lots 
15, Robert Bath, laborer 

17, 

19, John McLaughlin, truckman 

21, John Clarke, machinist 

23, Alfred Eldridge, tinsmith 

25, Charles T. Pollard, blacksmith 

27, Henry A. Hulsman, carriage maker 

29, Fiederick A. Newth, painter 
31, George Frederick Eaton, engineer 
33, Clement Pitman, foundryman 

Vacant lots to end 

South Sum. 

2 and 4, side doors 
6, vacant lot 

8, Samuel P. Landers, marble polisher 
Vacant lots to end 

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2, Dr. I. M. Lovitt's office, side entrance 
4 to 8, stable:*, etc 
16, vacant lot 

Sammer intersects 
Railway crossing 
12 to BO, vacant lots 

Brunswick intersects 
Vacant lots 
George A. Hood, clerk 
Vacant lots to end 

NOBTH SiDB. 

1 and 8, H. W. Cann, side doors 
5, passage way 

7, Lawrence Barridge, at cotton mill 

9, Mrs. Annie Noonan, widow of Dennis 

11, unoccn pied building 
Summer crosses 

13, Dr. A. C. Harding, dentist 
Railway crossing 

15 to 25, vacant lots 

27 to 33, Jobn H. Eillam, merchant, etc (Killam Brothers), house 
and grounds 
Brunswick crosses 
Vacant lots 

Thomas Killam, merchant, etc (Killam Broe) horse and grounds 
James G. Allen, ciimmissioner of highways 
Vacant lots to end 

CHIPMAN— Begins at Vanoouvbie, Runs Nobth and Wbbt. 
Robert Woodburn, machinist 

CHURCH — Main to Regent, South Sidb. 

2, Ebenezer Thompson, laborer 
2, Mrs. Atkins, widow of Ambrose 
4 and 6, vacant lots 

8, George Muree, laborer • 
8, Louis Saulnier, truckman 

10, Joshua Muis, laborer 

12, John Collier, laborer 

14, Simon Hubbard, laborer 

16, Theophile Doucette, seaman 
18, Joseph Muis, laborer 
20 to 28, vacant lots 

30, Lewis Chipman, barrister (Coming & Chipman), Strawberry 
Villa 



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32, unfinisbed house — Charles Stoneman 
34 Anthony C. Larkiu 

38, vacant lots to William 
Williara intersects 
South End school ground 
Boman Catholic cemetery 
Benjamin Allen, cooper 
Ernest Allen, laborer 
open fields to end 

North Side. 
1, Robert Fox, carpenter 
3, unoccupied shop 
5, John Muis, stevedore 
7 snd 9, vacant Jots 
11 Robert Holiy, laborer 
13, James Thompson, cooper 
15, Mrs. Kate Smith, widow of Frank 
15, Eldridge Swain, fisherman 
15, Robert Smith, laborer 
17 to 27, vacant lots 

Syamore Place begins 
29 to 31, wide entrance to J. R. Rogers* 

33, Henry Adams, at woollen mill 
William intersects 

side entrance to unoccupied house (Moody estate) 
open fields to end 

CLEMENTS AVENUE. 

Thomas B. Brown, watchmaker, fronts on N. of Parade 

David Morton, laborer, Brook side lodge 

George Berry, laborer, rear of Brookside 

Mary Trask, widow of George, near Cliff street end 

CLIFF — Main to Clements Avenue, North Side. 

1 and 3, William Law & Co., side entrance 
5, Miss Francis Goldsmith, dressmaker 
7, grate 
9, Erskine E. Archibald, miilowner 

Alvin Spinney, truckman 
11, Oscar S. Davison, stage coach proprietor, office and stables 
13, ** •* residence 

Kirk begins 
15 and 17, St. John's church (Presbyterian) 
19, Mrs. Mary Shaw, widow 
21 and 23, vacant lots 

Willow begins 
25, side entrance 
27, Miss Mary Wilson, spinster 



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27, Miss Sarah Wilson, spinster 

27, George Wilson, livery stable keeper 

29, gate 

31, William H. Leonard, tinsmith 

33, Charles Middlemas, clerk 

35, gate 

37, John Thurston, truckman 

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39, Dr. A. J. Fuller, general practicioner 
41, passage 
43, Lorenzo G. Crosby, commission merchant 

Carleton begins 
45, Joseph H. Lombard, agent Bank of Nova Scotia. 
47, Passage way 
49, Charles f 'srey, printer 
51, garden front 
53, James W. Wyman, wharf builder 

High street place begins ; 
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57, Mrs. Emily Brown, widow of Samuel 
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Fligh begins 
61 to 67, vacant lots 

69, Mrs. Maria Crosby, widow of Amos 
71 to 75, vacant lots 

Seminary begins 
77, unfinished house 
79, 81, vaca lit lots 

83, Mrs. Mary 8. Thurston, widow of Henry 
85, 87, vacant lots 

Pleasant intersects 

vacant lots to end 

South Sidb. 

2, Llewellyn R. Swain 

4 to 8, sidn entrances and passasje way • 

10, stable 

12 and 14, Dr E. K. Kelley, general practitioner, ofl5c« & residence 
16, Joshua Huestis, upholsterer, residence 
18, Joshua Huestis, upholsterer, shop 
20, gate 

22 and 24, John H. Robbins, carriage manufactory 

26, passage 

28, unoccupied house 

30, Charles Brown, painter (Brown & Smith) 

32, passnge w»y 

34, J. Wentworth Bingay, barrister ( T. V. B. Biagay & Sons) 

36, Harvey Spinney, street commissioner 



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40, Thomas Hall (Ghate, Hall & Co.) 
40, Jacob W. Grant, action maker organ factory 
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52, John H. Bo^bina, carriage maker . j] 

54, Fenwiek W. Lyon, clerk 
56, John Madden, proHman 
58, passage way 

60 and 62, Benben Gardner, mastei mariner 
64, passage way 
66, gate 

68, Edgar J. Viokery, bookseller 

70 to 74, Tacant kita •o 

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76 to 104, vacant lots 

106 and 108, William H. Moody, collector cnstoms o 

110 to 114, vacant lots 5 

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Vacant to end 



COLLINS STREET— Main to Siminart, Nobth Sidb. 






1, passage way 

8, W. H. Leonard, tinsmith shop 

First intersects 
5, gate 
7, vacant lot 
9 and 11, gate 

13, John Murphy, shipowner ^ 

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17, stoble 
19 and 21, Bev. Geo. E. Day, D.D. (Baptist) 

Gea E. Day, student ^ 

Charles H. Day, student J| 

Horace L. Day, student 
Willow intersects 
23 and 25, James McLaughlin, (McLaughlin Bros.) 
27, garden lots 
29 to 43, vacant lots 
Carleton intersects 
Seminary grounds to Seminary street 



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2, 4, 6, side entrances. 

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8, vacant lots 

10, Oliver McGil]« marble cutter 
10, William F. Shaw (of Chute, Hall & Co. 
12, gate 

14, William D. Killam, brakeman W. C. R. 
14, Mrs. Seely, widow 

Second intersects 
16 and 18, side doors 
20, Geoige G. Darkee, ship broker 

Willow intersects 
22 and 24, side doors 
26 to 32, vacant lots 
34 and 36, M. P. Cook (Cook & Stoneman) 

Carleton intersects 
38 to 46, vacant lots 
48, Charles Murphy 

High ends 
50, Bide entrance 
52 and 54, vacant lots to end 

COMMERCIAL— Water to William, South Sidk. 

2, Benjamin Goudey, sailmaker 

4. Jerry Muise, seaman 

6, Amaziah Smith, seaman 

8, Judson Skinner, engineer 

10, Peter Muise, seaman 
12, unoccupied shop 

14, stable 

16, Lewis Z. Newell, master mariner 
18, Jacob Nickerson, seaman 

Main intersects 
20, rear entrance 
East intersects 
Vacant to end 

North Side. 
1, Peter McLeod, fireman 

3, Samuel Morton, seaman 

5, John Nickerson, fireman 

7, Samuel Muise, laborer 

9, Samuel Smith, seaman 

11, Kinsman Stoddart, seaman 
13, 

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17, Daniel Stoddart, master mariner 






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19, Alfred Powell, mason 
21, William Jacqaard, carpenter 
23, John Edgar, Doiler maker 
25, tide entrance 

Main intersects 

East intersects 
27, Henry Critcher, dyer, woollen mill 
29, Peter Hobart, foundryman 
29, Amos White, fisherman 
31. James Monis, fisherman 
Vacant to end 

COOK'S LANE— Begins at Vaxoouver, West Sidk. 

1, James Durkee, master mariner 

2, Matilda Smith, widow of J. C. 

3, George Allen, laborer 

CRESCENT— CuL de sac and Halky's Lane to Chukch. 

East Side. 

2, David 8. Cook, carpenter 

4, Joseph Hurlbert, carpenter 

6, Nathan Saunders, master manner 

8, Joseph McConnell, clerk 
10, Sarah McConnell, widow of David 
10, Qfioiirade Reid, widow d Robert 
12 and 14, vacant lots 

West Side. 

1 , Jacob McConnell, carpenter 

3, Manasseh Cook, carpenter 
Rear of lots fronting on Main 

CUMBERLAND— Main to ccl de sac, North Side. 

1 to 7, side doors to fronts on Main 
9 and 11, vacant lots 

13. 

15 and 17. tennis lawn 

19 to 29, J. W. H. Rowley, agent Dominion Savings Bank, house 

and gurden 
31 and 33, vacant lots 

William intersects 
35, Mrs. Ellen G. Brown, widow of Hon. Staley 
Ends in cul de sac 

SouthISide. 

2 to 8, side doors to fronts on Main 
10 to 16, vacant lots 



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26t stable 

28 to 34, vacant lots 

William intersects 
36 and 38, vacant lots 
Ends in cul de sac 

DANE'S COURT— Off Maix, Webt. 

1, Henry Wilson, laborer 

2, Charles MoDougall. laborer 

3, William Keelan, labd^^er 

DOANE— William to Cul ph Sac, 

1 and 3. Joseph Comeau, cai penter 
Manae Gaudet, do 

6, Job Blauvelt, carpenter 

7, John Holmes, mariner 

9, Sophia Wetmore, widow of George 
11, H. Cook, truckman 

South Side. 

2, Henry Phipps, engineer 

4, Benjamin Doane, mason 
6 to 10, vacant lots 

EAST— ToOKBR TO Albert, Wibst Side. 

1 and 3, vacant lots 
Commercial intersects 

5, vacant lot 

7, Freeman D*Entremont, fisherman 

9, Frank Deveau, laborer 
11, Madeline Vineaa, widow 
13, Joseph Smith, laborer 
15, Amos Baker, fisherman 
17, George Allen, blacksmith 
Abbie McGill, widow of John 

East Side. 

2, Alexander P. Lewis, grocer (Sheldon Lewis & Co.) 

Commercial intersects 
4, Enos Muis, laborer 

McManus begins 
6 and 8, vacant lots 
10, Disney Chapel 
12 to 22, vacant lots to end 



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ELLIS AVENUE— Main to Plhasant, All vacant. 

ELM— Main to Bhooklyn, Nobth Side, 

Railway croaaing 
3, Baptiat Parsonagd— vacant 
5, Mra. Lydia Younj;, widow of John 

7, J. D. Rolaton, proprietor Yarmouth Times 
9, vacant lot 

11, Baptist chorch 

13, Rev. J. J. Teaadale (Methodist) 

15, Mrs. Dadman, widow of ShenlF Geo. B. 

17 to 23, William Law, merchant (Wm. Law & Co.)f house and 

grounds 

Bronswick intersects 
25 to 47, vacant lots 
49 to 63, William Bnrrill, (W. Burrill & Co.), house and grounds 

vacant lots 

South Sidh. 

2, Adam Diack, organ salesman 
4 and 6, vacant lots 

8, Arthur J. Cann, bookkeeper 
10 and 12, vacant lots 

14, Henry A. Hood, ex-collector of customs 

16, to 24, Milton School grounds 
Brunswick intersects 

26, side entrance to Thomas Perry*s 
28, Byron P. Ladd, merchant 

Frederick Ladd, master mariner 
30, Mrs. Ellen H. Brown, widow of George W. 
30, William A Lawson, painter 
31 tx) 50, vacant lots 
52 to 70, Frank Killam, meri;hani(Ki]iam Bro6.),house and grounds 

Wetmore intersects 

Vacant lots to end 

FA.IRMOUNT— Prbsoott to Shaw Avkxub. 

East Side» 
Vacant lots to Shaw Avenue 

Whbt Sidh. 
1, gate 

8, vacant lots 

5, Elisha Atwood, carpenter 
7 to 13, vacant lots 
James intersects 
15 to 17, vacant lots 
19, Lorenzo Floyd, carpenter 
Vacant lots to end 






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2 to 6, Gas Meter 

8, Jean Moalison, laborer 

10, Freeman Crewel), fisherman 
12, vacant lot 

North Side. 

1, Martin Bird, at gas works 
3, John Power, laborer 
5 to 9, vacant lots 

11, bam 

FIRST— Alma to Parade, East Side. 

2 to 6, engine houSe No. 3 
8, gateway 
10, William S. Harris, house joiner 

12, John Boss, mariner 

Mrs Louisa Horton, widow of Smith 

Norman Horton, machinist 
14, gateway 
16, unoccupied house 
18, gate 
20, stable 
22, vacant lot 

Collins intersects 
24, Benjamin B. Holmes, expressman 

Dr. Alvin C. Harding, dentist 

Miss Annie Kelly, art school 
26, gate 

28, Mrs. Lois B. Goudey, widow of James 
30 and 32, vacant lots to end 

West Side. 

1, unused door 

3, J. Churchill, painter and glazier 

5 to 31, rear entrance to Main street front lotF, to Parade 

FLATS LANE— Water to Maix, South Side. 

2, Augustus Suttie, moulc'er 

4, vacant lot 

6, Thomas Boy, blacksmith 

6, J. B. Campbell, quarryman 

8, unoccupied house 
10, vacant lot 
12, Barn 

All vacant lots on North side. 



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FORBES— Tookbr's Farm Road to Aegylb. West Side. 

1 to 23, Tooker*s Farm road to Kempt, vacant lots 

25 to 35, Kempt to Church, vacant lots 
Cbarch intersects 

37, James £. Goodwin, fisherman 

39, Alfred G. Lorrey, tailor 

41, Henry Webster, master mariner 

Qaeen intersects 
43, Howard S. Cook, photographer 

45, Dennis Crosby, lunciber dealer,* etc. 

47, Hngh Jenkins, shipDnilder 
William Jenkins, sbipbnilder 

49, Harry Reynard, blacksmitk 
Joseph Pnrdy, ship carpenter 
Charles S. Pardy, laborer 

51, Mar^ Jane Miller, widow Dalhonsie 
Annie G. Miller, spinster 
Jessy K. Miller, spinster 

51, Adelaide Murray, Registrar of Deeds 

53, Fra-ser Gavel, mason 

East Sma 

2 to 24, Tookers Farm road to Kempt, vacant lots 
Kempt intersects 
vacant lots 

26 to 36, Pine Hill Seminary, or South End school house and 
grounds 
Church intersects 

38 to 44, unoccupied house and grounds (Moody estate) 

46, Martha B. Scott, widow of Amos 
Queen intersects 

48, Mary Crosby, widow of Wm, H., private scJrool 

50, Henry Perry, cabinet maker 
James Cunningham, master mariner 
Lewis Avenue begins 

52, James Sykes, builder 
Thomas Clendenning, master mariner 

54, A. F. Stooeman, merchant (A. F. Stoneman & Co.) 
Arthur P. Stoneman, clerk 
William A. Stoneman, clerk 
ends at Argyle 

FOREST— Watmi to McConnell, North Side. 

1 and 3, vacant lot 

5, John Murphy, painter 

7, John Murphy, shop 

Hawthorn begins 
9, Walter Thomson, grocer 



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13, 8tore 

15, side entrance 
Main intersects 

17 and 19, gardens 

21, passage way 

23, G. Murray i)ane (T. B. Dane & Son) 

25, vacant lot 

27, Alfred M. Shaw (Godfrey Brothers) 

29 to 35. T. V. B. Bingay (T. V.. B. Bingay & Sons) grounds 

37, Charles G. Godfrey (Godfrey Brotheis) 

39, passage way 

41, unfinished house 

43, Nelson 0. Pearson, night watchman 

William intersects 
45, George Tooker, master mariner 
47 and 49, Thomas W. Johns, cashier Bank of Yarmouth 
51 and 53, vachut lots 
55, stable 
57, Israel H. Goudey, crockery ware merchant 

Park intersects 
59, John B. Coming, retired manager of Woollen mill 

John B. B. Coming, clerk 
Gl, passage way 
C3, Edward M. Viets (Viets & Dennis) 

Street begins 
65 to 73, vacant lots 
75 Loran J. Kelley, shoedealer 
77 and 79, vacant lots 

Pleasant intersects 

Vacant 

Clements avenue intersects 

Amelia Fader, widow of Caleb 

Vacant to Haley road 

Thomas Grace, superintendent Mountain Cemetery 

Prince H. Morton, farmer 

Samuel Haley, carpenter 

South Side. 

2, 4, 6. vacant lots 
8, Enos Titus, blacksmith 
10 to 14, Meteorological signal station 

16, gate 

18, Miss Myrtle Bitchie, agent Dye works 

Main intersects 
20 to 26 James Murray, grounds 



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30, side entrance 
32, stable 

Lane ends 
34 and 36, Trinity schoo- house and ground 

William intersects 
38 and 40, side entrances 

Lane ends 
42, vacant lot 
44 wid 46, John E. Murphy, marine school teacher 

Park intersects 
48 and 50, Asa E. McGray, accountant 
62, 54, 56, James D. Dennis (Vieta & Dennis), rock cottage and 

grounds 

Lane ends 
58, Busby W. Ray, carriage maker 
60, Daniel Chesley Ray, carria8:e maker 

62, vacant lot 
64, Mrs. Bertha Bell, widow of Samuel Francis 
66 and 68, vacant lots i 
70 and 72, lot and barn 
74 and 76, vacant lots 

Pleasant intersects 

Vacant lots 

Clements avenue intersects 

Calvin Frost, sailmaker 

Vacant lots to Haley road 

Harvey Shaw, master mariner 

Thomas Cleveland, carpenter 

McConnell, eastern boundary of town 

GARDNER— Water to Main, Suutij. 

2, vacant lot 

4, Emma Clarke, widow of Eben 

NoBTH Side. 

1 and 3, vacant lots 

5, John Harris, blacksmith 
Pbilo Harris, moulder 

GEDDES* LANE— Harbor Shore to Main, North Side. 
All vacant lots 

South Side. 

2, 4, vacant lots 

6, Michael C. Griffin, Chief of Police 
8, vacant lot 



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Stephen Sharkey, laborer, south of Argyle' 

Thence vacant to 

Benjamin Hilton, master mariner 

Everett B. M. Hilton, Ash dealer 

To corner of Albert where it ends 

Wts* Side. 

vacant to 

John Phillips, truckman, North of Argyle 

VACAnt to 

Alfred E. S. Eldridge, clerk. North of South-East 
K. C. Church grounds to end at Albert 

GRIDLEY'S LANE— Water to Maln, South Side. 

2 to 10, doors in Gridley's smith shop 
12, James Fox, caulker 

14, Christopher White, laborer 
16 and 18, vacant lots 
20, barn 
22, vacant lot 

North Side. 

1 and 3, rear doors brass foundry 
5 and 7, barns 
9, rear entrance 

11 and 13, vacant lots 

15, bam 

GROVE— Begins at Vancouver, Ruks South. 

Thomas Wyman, laborer 
Lyman E. Cann, master mariner 
George Allen, janitor Methodist church 

HASKELL— Water to Main South Side. 

2, J. Walter Grant, at Woollen Mill 

4, Levi Muis, fisherman 

6, Alex. Malet, ship carpenter 

8, Henry Cottereau, laborer 
10, Frank Killam blacksmith 

12 and 14, unfinished houses 

16, stable 

North Side. 

1 to 7, Yarmouth Dye Works, Charles Moody, manager 
Yarmouth Steam Carpet Beating Co., Charles Moody, manager 

9, John Ward, carpenter 



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11, John Peter LeBlanc, laborer 

13, Joseph McGill, marble cutter 

15, Heman Gardner, homeopatbist 

17, stable 

HAWTHORN— Forest to Centbal, East Sidi. 

2 W. Thomson, old store 
4 to 12, vacant lots 

14, Richard H. Trefry, livery bI^Iq 

16, do do residence 

18, Michael P. Baker, tinsmith 

20, Heman Cook, laborer 

22, Yarmouth Hotel, rear entrance 

24, vacant lot 

26, Thomas Jones, rigger 

Charles O'Hanley, fireman 

(rear) George Hamilton, rigger 

(rear) Isaac Nickerson, fisherman 
28, passage way 
30, vacant lot 

intersects Brown 
32, passage way 
34, New England Hotel, Eliza O'Brien, widow of William, 

James R. Frost, stage coach driver 

David B. Frost, do do 

Wm. VanNorden, do do 

Thomas Anderson, mason 

Dennis Robertson, tailor 
36, Minard's Liniment Factory C. C. Richards, Proprietors 
38, vacant lot 

40, Frederick Miller, baker 
42, gate 
44, Thomas B. Dane, side entrance 

West Sedb. 

1, John Murphy, painter's shop 

3, Joseph Hams, laborer 

5, Nathan Cosman, laborer 

7, Heman Hersey, seaman 

9, Albert Boudrot, seaman 
11, Richard H. Trefry, livery stable 
13, Joseph A. Smith, cooper 
Handley Madden, seaman 

15, Dermot Cole, coach builder 

17, Jesse M. Durkee, livery stable . 

19, do residence 

21, unoccupied house 

23, Donald Ross, shipbuilder 

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29, barn 

81, Central Hotel, side entrance, 

Brown intersects 
33, M. Stanwood, fish dealer, shop 
85, James Baker, carpenter, shop 
37, shed 
39, barn 

41, James Lent, blacksmith shop 
43, Charles Stoddard, laborer 

Joseph Seeley, laborer 
45, vacant lot 
47, Frederick Miller, Yarmonth Bakery 

HALEY ROAD— Begins at South Boundaby of Town. 

Rev. Wm. M. Knollin (Baptist), south of and near Ar^le 

unoccupied house 

William Hattie, cooper, near Forest 

HERBERT— To North Alma— All vacant 

North Side. 

1 toll, vacant lots 

Herbert Place 
13 to 15, AH Saints School House 
17 to 23, vacant lot 

Brunswick intersects 
25, vacant lots 

27, Wm. A, Godfrey, musical intrument agent 
29, Daniel Holmes, foundry man 

New ends 

vacant ground to Wetmore 

Wetmore intersects 

William Raymond, painter 

Israel J. Walker, master mariner 

Edward Hamm, shoemaker 

Augustus Sullivan, carpenter 

Charles Durland, pedler 

vacant ground to end 

South Side. 
Vacant lots to end 

HIBERNIA— Main to Wetmore— All vacant 

HIGH— Cliff to Colliks, West Side. 

1, gate 

3 to 7, vacant lots 

9, J. M. Lawson 



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11, Fred. Allen, expressman 
13, vacant lot 

15, Edward D. Moulton, manager knitting factory 

17, unoccupied bouse 
Alma intersects 

10 to 25, vacant lots 

27, stable 

29, side entrance 
ends at Collins 

East Sidjb. 

2, vacant lot 

4, Alfred Weddleton, sailmaker 

6 to 14, vacant lots 

16, William T. Sterritt, lumber merchant 

18, gate 

20, side entrance 

Alma intersects 
22, garden front 

24 and 26, George Lavers, life insurance agent 
Miss Mary Sterritt, teacher 

28, gate 

30, John Y. Bobbins, shipowner 
Collins 

HIGHSTREET TLACE-Cliff to Cul db Sac, Wist Side. 

1, side entrance 

3, gate 

5, outbuilding 

7 and 9, vacant lots 

11, S. Bamford Ray, blacksmith 

Frederick C. Ray, do 

13, James Lent, do 

15, Fowler Tobin, stage coach driver 

17, Charles Byers, truckman 
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HUSTON— Water to Maw, South Sidb. 

2, Edward B. Smith, cooper 

4, Benjamin Hubbard, laborer 
Hector Golden, laborer 

6 and 8, vacant lots 
10, H. & N. B. Lewis, carriage honso 
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1, Simeon Nickerson, laborer 
3, Hilaire Mireau, fisherman 

5, Andrew Baker, laborer 

7, Solomon Stanton, stonecutter 
9, A. R. Crosby, rear door 

JAMES— Main to Carroll, South Side, 

2 to 8, vacant lots 
10 and 12. Greorge K. Trefiy, master mariner 

Whipple intersects 
14, Passage way 

16, unoccupied building 
IS to 24, vacant lots 

Fairmount intersects 
Vacant lots to end 

JSfORTn SiDK. 

1, 3, 5, vacant lots 
7, 9, 11, side of Old Ladies* Home 
Whipple intersects 
13 to 15, gates 

17, Mrs. Mary Gardiner, widow of William 

19, William Sanders, pattern maker 
Fairmount intersects 

21, William Nickerson, laborer 

23^ Edward Fitzmaurice, blacksmith 

25, Mrs. Goudey, widow of Ansell 
vacant lots to end, at Carroll 

JENKINS— Water to Main, South Sxi>t. 

2 and 4, vacant lots 

6, Stephen Hersey, seaman 
8 to 12, vacant lots 

14, J. H. Eldridge, hamessmaker's shop 
16, Godfrey Bros.' store 

18, P. D. Kinney & Co.* cattle feed store 

20, Passage way 

24, door to hall and band room 

26, J. Horton*8 shop, rear door 
ends at Main 

North Sidb. 

If vacant lot 

3, Waterworks office 

5, vacant lot 

7, George H. Lovitt, shipowner, office 



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Yarmouth Book Binderjr 

Western Union Telegraph office 

Yarmouth Telephone Company 

Nova Scotia Teleplione Company 
11, A. C. Bobbins, shipowner, office 

J. Y. Bobbins, do do 

13, barn 

15, Yarmouth Knitting Factory, Dodds <& Jolly, proprietors 
17, gate 
19, door to Exchange Bank offices 

Mifis Grace Baker, music teacher 

ends at Main 

JERVIS— Abgylb to Albeet. 

Sophie Warrington, spinster 
Abraham J. Chumblee, farmer 
Lavinia Jane Jervis, widow of James 

JOHN— Main to Willow, North Sidb. 

1, John A. Craig, drugfi;ist, residence 
3, Stipendiary Magistrate, Nathan Hilton, office 
5, Cxeorge G. Durkee, ship broker, office 
7, C. Carey, job printing office 
9, J. Bodgers, harness maker 
11, N. K. Clements, cattle feed store 
13, Drill Shed and Gymnasium 
15, Pettit & Sellars, masons 
17, storeroom 
19, C. B. Beed, carpenter 
21, passage to lumber yard 
23, storeroom 

25, Steam Laundry, Arthur Suttie 
27 to 31, garden and conservatory, John Alder 

Second begins 
33, side entrance 

35, Charles Hibbert, master mariner 
C. Frank Hibbert, clerk 
Gea B. Hibbert, plumber 
37, gateway 

39, Marsden Coaldwell, Customs Inspector 
Arthur Coaldwell, confectioner 
ends at Willow 

South Sidb. 

2 to 6, Dominion Building 
Postmaster's office 
Custom House 
Inland Bevenue office 
Shipping do 

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Weights and Measures office 

Harbor Master's office 

Robert Spears, janitor 
8, court 

10, George T. Grant, harness maker 
12, and 14 vacant lots 
16, Yarmouth Times and job printing office, J. D. Rolston, prop. 

Kirk ends 
18 to 32, Alexander Bain, livery stable and barn 
34, James Bain, residence 
36, Alexander Bain, residence 
38, vacant lot 

KEMPT — Main to Cul db Sac, South Sidr 

2, rear entrance, to George L. Cook^s 

4, James Cook, farmer and teamster 

6, Helaire F. Pothier, laborer 

8, unfinished house 
10, George Doane, sailmaker 
12, James MeConnell, do 
vacant lots to the end 

NofiTH Side. 
Vacant to end 

KING— Main to Pleasant, via Jail— All vacant 

KIRK— Cliff to John, East Side. 

2, Church of St John (Presbyterian) 

4, passage way 

6, Wilson Simms, trader 

8, unfinished house 
10, Ebenezer Scott, master mariner 
12, gate 
14, Thomas E. Corning, barrister, &c. (Coming & Chipman) 

John Baxter, insurance agent 
16, passage way 
18, Mrs. Sarah Tilley, widow of Capt, George 

• Mra. Elizabeth Brown, widow of Robert 
20, Nathaniel Stockdale, steamship steward 
ends at John 

West Side. 

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5, Amos D, Hea^ey, master master 






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7, Dr. J. D. Davis* general practitioner 

William K Huestis, cabinet makes 

George Huestis, da 

9, William Lamont, butcher 

Miles Brown, at organ factory 
11, George T. Giant, harness maker 
13, James Moody, bookkeeper 
15, passage way 
17, Simon Muis, tailor 
19, passage 
21, Yarmouth Times, side entrance 

ends at John 

LEWIS AVENUE— William, East to Green, South Side. 

2, Benjamin Crosby, carpenter 

4, George M. Lewis, farmer 
open fields to end 

Kohth Side. 

1, Sheldon Lewis, merchant (Sheldon Lewis St Co,) 

3, Rev. J. Mayhew Fisher, (Methodist) 

5, Thomas Coward, seaman 

7, Alfred E. Crosby, merchant 

9, James Salvage, laborer 
ox)en fields to end 

LEWIS* LANE— South Side, Water to Main. 

2, vacant lot 

4, Gabriel Muis, laborer 

8, rear door, Frank C. Cook, laborer 

NoBTH Side. 

1, Jacob Forbes, ship carpenter 

3, John Caporon, laborer 

5, Robert Muis, rigger 

7, John Donahoe, laborer 

LITTLE QUEEJI-r All vacant 
LONERGAN'S LANE— Harbor Shore to Main, South Side. 

2, smoke house, on beach 
4 to 8, vacant lots 

10, Jean Robichau, laborer 
12, vacant lot 



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9, Frank Smith, laborer 
11, Lizzie Jacquard, widow of John 
13, unoccupied tenemeot 

LOVITT— Water to Main, South Side. 

2, to 8, vacant lots 

10, police station 
12, vacant lot 
14, passage way 

[ \ >'oRTH Side, 

1 and 3, vacant lot 
Little Queen begins 

6, vacant lot 

7, Edward Steele, paper hanger 
g I 9, passage way 

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McCONNELL— Part op Eastern Bol^ndary op Town, 

West Side, near Argyle. 

Samuel P. Landers, marble cutter 
1 I McMANUS— East to William, South Side. 

2, Mary Doucette, widow of Joseph 

Jeannette Doucette. widow of Albert 
4, George Cain, laborer 

James Kelsie, laborer 
Vacant to end 



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McMILLEN— From 500 Main, Easterly- North Side. 

Mary Hilton, widow ot Edward 
Purvis Hibbert, merchant 

South Side. 
Joseph McMillen, master mariner 
MAIN— South Limit op Town to North Limit, End of Bain's 

Road— West Side. 

1 to 15, vacant lots 
17, Ellery Scott, master mariner 
19, David Mckereon, night wfttchman 

David T. Nickerson at woollen mill 
21 to 39, vacant lots 
41, Herry Muis, Feaman 

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43 to 51, vacant lots 

53, Ei3eii Crosby, mariner 

55, C. J. Kelley, master mariner 

57, Cereno Johnson, mnster mariner 

59, Samuel C. Hood, wntchmaker and jeweller 

Marshall's lane ends 
61 to 65, vacant lots 
67, Stephen B. Murray, barrister 
69 and 71, vacant lots 
73, John Smith, fisherman 
75, Prince W. Kenney, fish-curer 

Lbnergan's lane ends 
77, unoccupied house 
79, vacant lot 

81, Episcopal Sunday School 
63, Emma Earl, widow of George 

Geor^^e R. Earl, clerk 

Ellen S. Powers, wiJow of George 

Ge Ides* lane ends 
85, Maria Geddts, widow of Dr. T. 0. 
87, vac nt lot 

89, Albert Butter, boat builder 
91, vacant lot 

93, William Caskey, retired truckman 
95, unoccupied bailding 
97, Frank 0. Cook, trackman 
99, unfinished bui'ding 

Le^ is' lane ends 
101, Albert Cook, truckman 

Albert B CrJok, clerk 
103, George A. Hemlow. 1 utcher 
105, William Hemlow, laborer 
107, unoccupi**d hou99 • 
109, Thorn is Fox, carpenter 
111. St. Ju.ian Hall 
113. George Grant, steward 
115, Jo>m Dugs, laborer 
117, Mrs. Jackson, widow 

Dane's court 
119, Kosie Mtus, widow of David ^ 
121, unnsed door 
123 and 1*^5, H. & N. B. Lewis, store and shop— general 

Huston ends 
127, A. B. Crosby, general dealer, gbop 
129, unoccupied ehop 
131, William C. Ptirney, shoemaker f hop 
133, Churchill & Wetmore. plumbers, ga-^fitters, etc. 
135 and 137, Sheldon Lewis <& Co., htore aod shop, general 
139, A. F. Stooeman & Co., general dealers 






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141, Sfoceman's Hall 

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143, nDoccnpied shop 
1 45. Clarence Rogers, clerk 
147, Robert Ellen wood, wharfinger 
149, unused door 
151, Mrs. Pendrigh, widow of VVilliam 

William Pendrigh, brassfounder (Pendrigh & Crawford) 

Robert H Pendrigh (Porter & Pendrigh) 
153. Bernard Keenan, fish market 
155, Bernard K»^enan, meat market 
157, W. H. Johnston, grocer, residence 
159, W. H. Johnston, shop 

Barnard ends 
161, Mrs And*^'Son, second-hand dealer 
163, Louis Potior, fish market 
165, Louis Potior, fish dealer and grocer, midence 
167, Ijouis Potior grocery 
169, R. Tong, grocery 

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171, J. W. Trefry & Co., grocery and meat store 
173 and 175 vacant lots 
177, Levi RoVdchau, grocer, residence 
179, Levi Rr-bichau, shop 

Concmercial crosses 
181, Benjamin Elienwood, shoemaker shop 
183, Ruth ('r>fwley, widow of Jo5<eph 
185, Margery Smith, widow of Daniel 
187, Almon W. Wyman, seaman 
189, vacant lot 
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193, Anne Gondey, widow of Aaron 
195, Stephen Germain, f mndryman 

£nos Purdy, shoemaker 

Giidloy's lane ends 
197, Wilm it N. Gates, piano tuner and repairer 

Wna. H. VVliitehouFe, farmer 
199, El'za Cook, widow of Divid 
201, Alexander Lawsoij, proprietor of Yarmouth HeraM 

Pearl ends 
203, vacant ^ot 
205, Rev. Henry Sterns (Episcopal) 

Haskell f nds 
207, varant lot 
209, B. J. Preston, grocery 
211, William C Robichau. boarding house 
213, unoccupied hoU!se 
215, Jane Munro, dressmaker 
217, A, R. Doe, photographer 



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219, C. E. Horton, n^eneral shop 
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8t Ambrose ISociety 
223, C. £. Horton, general shop 
225, James Atchison, roaster mariner 
227 and 229, vacant lots 
231, Mrs Joseph B Bond 

Rev. H. L A. Aimon (Episcopalian) 

R. G. Allison, organist Trinity Church 

Mrs. B B. Gray 

James Gray, carpenter 
233y nnused door 

Fore t crosses 
235 and 237, Walter Thompson, grocery and stores 
239, George 0*Hanley, clothes cleaner, etc. 
241, rate 
243, vacmtl^t 
245, Eiiza B. Tooker, widow cf George W. 

Sarah Moody, widw of W. H. 
247, Dr. A. M. Perrin, general practitioner, office 
249, Dr. A. M. Perrin, general practitioner, residence 
251, Mrs S. J B. Tilley, millinery shop 
2o3^ James Rozee, jr , confectionery 
255. Bonjamin Doane, taxidermist shop 
257, Benjamin Doane taxidermist, residence 
259, Robert Balfour Brown, watchmaker and jeweller, shop 
2^1, Yarmouth Hotel, lad es' entrance 
263, '* office entrance 

W. H. 8. Dahlgren. proprietor 
Charles Filieul, plumber 
J. Parker, master mariner 
H. A. Peterkin (Perry & Peterkin) 
R. B. Gibson, express agent 
J. W. Walsh, teacher Business College 
side entrance 
267, J. H. Hurlbert, oyster saloon 
269, J. H. Hurlbert, residence 
271, 1 H. Goudey, crockeryware, shop 
273, Wi» iara L. Rogers, hardware shop 
275, William Mi lien, boots and shoes, residence 
277, William Millen, shop 
279, T. 0*Connell, general dealer 
281, H D. Carvin, master mariner 
283, George A. Barrett, barber and hairdresser, shop 
285, Arthur W. Coaldwell, confectionery and oyster saloon 
287, L B. Wyman, grocery 

Brown ends 
289, L. J. KeUey, boot and shoe shop 
291, A. W. Homer & Sons, confectionery 



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293, Dr. J. E. Crosby, dentist, oflSce 

A. G. Lorrey, tailor, shop 
295, James L. Crosby, gentlemen's furnishing shop 
297, George F. Parker, phot(>grapher, studio 
299, W. A. Powell, master mariner 
301, Samuel C. Hood, watchmaker and jeweller, shop 
303, A J. McCallum. drug shop 
305, C C. Richards & Co , drug shop 
307, Edgar J. Vickery, books and stationery 
309, VV. H. Pane, boot and shoe shop 
311, Thomas Guest, watchmaker and jeweller shop 
313, D. Su'livan & Co., tailoring and furnishing 
315, unoccupied dwelling 
317, Moses & Ross, dry goods 
319, T. B. Dane & *ion, tailoring and furnishing 
321, H. A. Hood, watchmaker and jeweller shop 
323, William Acland, tailor, shop 

Josrph A. Smith, barrister, etc. 
325, E. b. Cann, tailoring and furnishing 

Central ends 
327, ( 'ook & Stoneman, dry gcodn 
329, Ryerson Block, main entrance 

W. V. Brown, inpurance agent, office 
Th'^mas B Cri sby, insurance a^ent. office 
Bank of Nova Scotia J. H. Ix)mlard, agent 
Yarmouth Mutual Relief S ciety 
Robert Caie, ba»rister. office 
331, Harris & Horsfail, druggists, books, stationery, etc 
333, gate 

335, Viets & Dennis, dry goods 
337, George S. Taylor, taUoriug.'end furnishing 
339, H. A. VVyman, mil inery shop 
341, T. F. Knight, be oks, stationery, etc 
343, Dr. Alvin C. Hnrding, dentist, office 

Advent Christian Hail 

Kni'jhts of Honor 
345, Porter & Pendrigh, dry goods 
347, Jonathan Hort* n, grocery 

American Express Office 

Jenkins ends 
349, Exchange Bank 
351, Dod'!s & Jolly, dry goods 
353, Mrs. J. H. Rhodes, miilirery snop 
355, Bupiness College, J. VV. VVa!s ?, teacher 
357, Bonanza shop, J. Miller, manager 

Lovitt ends 
359, unoccupied shop 
361, Lovitt's Hall, main entrance 

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*' Lovitt & Co., shipowners 

363 . unoccupied shop 

365, gate 

367, M. A. Parker, dining and lur»ch room 

369, u'UKJCupied buildinjr (American House) 

371, Charles McGill, confectionery, etc. 

373, Joseph R, Wyman, furniture rooms 

375 Dr, George Bell, genera' practitioner 

377 and 379, K. K. Spinney, hardware and general store 

381, E. K. tipinney, residence 

Townsend ends 
383, Edward h\ Parker, (of Parker, Eakina & Co.) 

Old ( emetery entrance 

Public Lane ends 
385, A. I. Lloyd, bakery and confectionery 
387, do residence 

389, J. E Pitman, meat and fi-^h market 
391, Edmuuil Crowell, grocery 
393, Frederick A. ^'ewth, painter 
395, L. M, Burns, paper hanging shop 
397, to 4Ul, Normau Trefry, painter and grocer 

biiuth Lane ends 
403, C. VV. Sanders^ picture dealer 
4()5, Eliza Smith, .widow of Gilman, residence 
407, do di hair shop 

409, Hiarles Sherman, blacksmith »?hop 
411, Mrs. Frances Hatfield, boarding house 

Lay ton Raymond, carpenter 

Store Lane ends 
413, Letitia Churchill, widow of William, 
415 and 417, Oarenc:^ Hem v>n, roaster mariner 
419, Mrs. Smith, widow of Samuel 

Mary Crowell, drssmaker 
421. Murray Churchill, foundryman 

Flats Lane ends 
423, Syivester Gordon, mouMer 
425, CharlwS Ha'ey, policeman 

Henry Ch archil', painter 
427, George Lawrence, foundryman 
429, Saiah Brown, widow of Robert 

Fifth Lane ends 
431, Siias K. Crosliy, grocery 

438, do residence 
435, F. A. Barr, carpenter 

rear — William B. Hulsman, painter 
437, vacant lot 

439, Joshua Piatt, machinist 



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441, William Boyd, gardener 

443, Hujrh Beveridge, jiii?ht watchman 

Chester crosses 
445, Mrs. Patten, widow of Benjamin 

Urbine Patten, trackman 
447 to 455. vacant lots 
457, J. Edgar Hilton, c'erk 
459, Forroan K. Robbins. purser 
461, John D. Miren,enfS!nber 

Bayvirtw'(or Baker) crosses 
465, Annie Burns, widow of Martin, b-^ardina; house 

E. Frank CU^menls, manager Merchants' & Manufacturers' Co. 
" Joseph B. Hopley. professor of music 

Willard Kempton» principal Milton School 
467, vacant lot 
469, Thomas Dane 

tie wis Burns, painter 
471, William Webster, engineer 
473, vacant lc»t 
475, James Burton. man«ger gas works 

Wtstern Conn ties Kailway t<tation and yard 
477, Benjamm B. Patten, pattern maker 
479, vacant lot 

481. Maria Jenkins, widow of Charles 
483, unoccupi. d tenement 
485, Jacob Tedford, ship steward 
487, James GoMfinrh, shoemaker shop 
489, Elizabeth G. Killam, widow of Thomas 
491, Robert Allen, master mariner 
493, Alfred W. Allen, accountant 

Allen's lane ends 
495 to 499, Jacob Sweeney, furniture warerooms and under- 
taker's shop 
501 and 503, vacant lots 
505, John S. Goudey, fireman, cotton mill 

C'harlps Gri>nt, works at cotton mill 
507, unfinished new house, Mrs. Dudman'a 
509. Edward Allen, grocer 
511 and 513, vacant lots 

515 and 517, Geo^-ge W. Johnson (Burrell- Johnson Company) 
519, Milton Library 
521 ami 523, vacant lots 

Gardner i nds 
525, John McEvoy, engineer 
527, M. E. Sabean, widow of Pavid G. 
Western * on n ties Railway crosses 
529 and 581, Edward^Mahan. works at cotton mill 
533, Charles McKenzie, W. C. Railway section man 
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535. F. H. Wi'son, (of Frank H. Wilson & Co.) 
537, Joseph Cann, master.marliier 

George Cann, do 

539, unoccupied house 
54 1 , vacant int 

543, Joseph Rogers, shoemiiker shop 
545. and 547, John £. Ritchie, tinsmith shop and wareroom 
549, Ge Tge SVilows, mictiin st 
551, Edward Allen, store 
553, do grocery 

555. Henry Burrill, jr., general dealer, shop 
557, Eleazer Comeau, slioemaker shop 
559, Dr. I. M; Lovitt, drug shop 
561, vacant lot 

Vancouver begins 
563, Frank H. VViNon & Co., Milton Foundry, office and roopas 
565, \Vm. Burrill & Co , general dealers 

Boat landing on lake 
567, William D. Roberts n, master mariner 
569, Elizabeth Strickland, widuw of R^jbert B. 
571, Israel Burrill, shipowner 
573 and 475, Catherine Burrill, widow of William 
Jane Christ:**, widow of D. A. 
Mis^i Kate Christie, spinster 
Georg*^ D. Christio 
577, Henry Burrill, farmer 

Samuel Burrill, do 
579, Dorcas Burrili, dressmaker 
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583 to 587, vacant lots 
589, building, Benj '.mln Murphy^s 
591 and 593 Jos< ph Douceite, shipwright 
595, unoccupied house 
597, Richard Killam, blacksmith shop 
599, James E. Suttie, stove shop 
601 to611, vjicantlots 
613, Anne Maria Lovitt, widow of Joseph 

Miss Elizabeth P. Lovitt, spinster 
615, Edwa''d Lovitt, master mariner 
617, Samuel Hayes, mou'der 
619 and 621, vacant lots 
623, Mary A. Kimball, widow of Benjamin S. 
625, unoccupied shop 
627, do 

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28, Jacob K. Hatfield, master mariner O 

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42 to 50, vacant lots ^ 

52, John Crosby, Master mariner ^ 

54, 56, vacant lots p 

58, Charles E. Trask, accountant B' 

60, Nelson Adams, fisherman co 

62, Geo. L. Cook teamster i* 

Kempt begins o 

64, Andrew Brown, wool-carder y 

66, Robert McConnell, cooper J^ 

Andrew McConnell,- rigger g 

68, J. Wentworth Moody, shipowner, Norwegian Consul, Lloyd's iq 

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70, William Carroll, mason 

Harley's lane begins > 

72, vacant lot o 

74, James Cain, jr., master mariner o 

76, vacant lot g 

78, Mrs. Guest, widow of Robert p 

Church begins g 

80, Mihs Jane Guest S 

82, Mrs. Allen Delaney 

84, unoccupied house a 

86, do do S 

88, James B. Weddleton, sailmaker 2. 

90, Randolph R. Crosby, engineer q 

92, John Crosby, carpenter 3 

94, Frederick Dunn, works at organ factory ^ 

96, Alfred Kimball, master mariner §• 

Queen begins oq 

98, unoccupied shop " 

100, vacant lot ffi 

102, John Delamere, butcher 3 

104, Thomas Monagle, seaman ^ 

106 and 108, vacant lots a. 

Adelaide begins S 

110, Thomas C. Moody « 

Wm. Moody, clerk p^ 

112, Independent Order Good Templars, Hall g 

Southern Beacon Lodge *g 

Argyle begins ^ 

114, 116, Eben Crosby, fish market, residence 53 Main g* 

113 to 126, unoccupied houses oq 

128, John Delamere, butcher's shop 

130, Joseph Suretie, laborer 



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130 J, door 

132, Sheldon Lewis & G)., store 
134, Thomas Worthen, fisherman 

Barnard lane begins 
136, vacant lot 

138, Providence Church, (Methodist) 
140, Addison Bower, agent 

Tooker begins 
142, Samuel Cain, farmer 
144, Mrs. Maria Prosser 

Harry Gordon Prosser, wood polisher 

Commercial crosses 
146, William H. Gridley, ship smith, shop, 80 to S2 Water 
148 and 150, vacant lots 
152, unfinished house 
154, John Gaudet, laborer 
156, unoccupied house 

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158, Reuben Doucette. laborer 
160, Adelia Hilton, widow of William 
162, Mary Wade, widow of Nicholas 

George F. Johnson, printer 
164, Charles Plummer, truckman 
166, George Dancan, gardener 
168, John Moses, seaman 
170, Charles Boyd, laborer 

Ernest Bowers, laborer 
172, Francis Duerden, sailmaker 

George Duerden, pensioner 
174, unoccupied house 
176, unoccupied store 
178, Dr. H. L Kelley, general practitioner 
180, vacant lot 

Albert begins 
182 and 184, unoccupied houses 
186, vacant lot 
188, Robei*^^ Balfour Brown, watchmaker and jeweller 

William Henry Brown, engraver 

F. J. Stewart, vice principal Yarmouth Seminary 
190, Jacob Bingay, shipowner 
92, gate 
194, James Murray, barrister, judge of probate, etc 

Alexander Murray, accountant 

Forest crosses 
196, Henry A. Grantham, barrister, registrar of probate^ etc 
198, Mrs. Moody, widow Rev. J. T. T. 

Cumberland begins 
200, Henry G. Farish, accountant 



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202, Dr. George W. T. Farish, general practitioner 

204, agricultural warehouse 

206, Mission School, B. E. Rogers, superintendent 

208, Salvation Army Barracks 

210, Llewellyn G. Swain, watchmaker and photographer 

Cliff begins 
212, William Law & Co., auctioneers and commission merchants 
214, entrance Boston Marine Insurance Building 
Music Hall 

Sandford H. Pelton, barrister, etc, office 
Robert E. Harris, barrister, etc, office 
Stephen B. Murray, barrister, etc, office 
T. V. B. Biugay & Sons, barristers, etc, office 
216, Boston Marine Insurance Company, office 

William Law & Co., office 
218 and 220, vacant lots 
222, Frederick L. Hatfield, fish dealer 
224, vacant lot 
226, Benjamin Smith, painter (Brown & Smith) 

Arthur Smith, painter 
228, gateway 

230, Brown & Smith, painters, shop 
232, Frederick L. Hatfield, fish dealer, shop 
234, gateway 

236, Perry & Peterkin, barbers and hairdressers 
238, Hotel Lome, ladies' entrance 
240, " office entrance 

Frederick C. Ryerson, proprietor 

Samuel M. Ryerson 

Wm. Fraser, auditor Western Counties Railway 

James Huntington, prothonotary 

Dean F. Currie, U. S. Commercial Agent 

George Porter, porter 

242, passage way 

244, B. R. Williams, undertaker 

Miss Kelley, art school 

Wm. Grace, upholsterer 
246, William Brackett, barber and hairdresser, shop 
248, George K. Hatfield, pianos and organs 
250, Lincoln & Williams, stoves and tinware 
252, doorway 

254, George J. Morton, stoves, plumbing, etc. 
256, Binpay's Building, entrance 

Oddfellow's Hall 

Jacob Bingay, shipowner, office 

Edgar N. Clements, barrister, etc., office 

George R. Smith, J. P., office 
258, Post Office 

John begins 



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260, John A. Craig, drags, etc. 

262, Mrs. S. J. Fleet, dre« patterns, shop 

264, Mrs. S. J. Fleet, dress patterns, residence 
John M. Fleet, plumber 
Sans M. Fleet, commercial traveller 

266, F. A. Verge, pianos, etc. ^ 

268 and 270, & A. Crowell, hardware 
Alma begins 

272, S. A. Oowell, boots and shoes 

274, James Roasee, senr., confectionery 

276, Joseph Burrill, jr., provision store 

278, Burnll's fish market 

280, nnoccopied store 

282, Mrs. M. Brace, millinery 

284, Israel C. Haines, seaman 

286, Mrs. J. H. Rhodes, milliner, residence 

288, Mrs. M. A. Powell, milliner 

290, Miss Dorkee, dressmaker 

292, Godfrey Brothers, fsrocery 

294, N. K. Clements, feed dealer, residence 

296, 298. 300 and 302, McLaughlin Brothers, dry goods > 

Collins begins g. 

304, unoccupied shop e, 

306, Farmers' & Citizens' Co operative Company, shop g 

308, Eakins' Block, main entrance v 

R F. demeots, manager Merchants & Manufacturers Co., ofiice ^ 
Yarmouth Building and Loan Society z. 

T. B. Flint, barrister, etc., office | 

Robert S. Eakins, merchant, office S. 

Dean F. Currie, United States Commercial Agent, office e 

Dr. W. 0. Gra^, dentist, office n 

Corning & Chipman, barristers, office | 

Masonic Hall ^ 

310, Farmers' & Citizens' Co-operative Company a' 

312, unoccupied shop ^ 

314, Mrs. Rosen, dressmaker ^ 

316, Mrs. Wyman, widow of Jesse c|' 

John Crosby, shoemaker S 

318 and 320, Bank of Yarmouth 

322, vacant lot J 

324, D. McNutt, conductor Western Counties Railway y* 

326, W. C. Purney, fancy goods ^ 

328, W. D. Lovitt, shipowner, office S 

Parade begins » 

330 to 336, vacant lots I^ 

338 to 342, Court House 3 

In basement, municipal council room P 

*' municipal clerk's office o 

" sheriff's office 9 



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338 to 342, in basement, prothonotary'aoflSce 

" probate office 

" registry of deeds, office 

** school trustees' office 

*' tax collector's office 

344, entrance to old cemetery 
346 to 350, IMrst Baptist Church 
52, entrance to old cemetery 
354, Adelbi^rt Wyman, truckman 

Mrs. Tabitha Reddinst 
356, Charles Spears, machinist 

Lemuel Gammon, painter 

BobbiDS Place begins 
358, Fitz Henry Homer, confectioner 

Misses Ellis, spinsters 
360, Tabernacle Church (Congregationalist) 
362, Norman Porter, master mariner 
364 to 368, vacant lots 
370, Amasa Darkee, retired merchant 
372, Jail 

Joseph Sleeth, jailor 

King begins 
374, Charles Blethen, machinist 

Ira Porter, truckman 
376, William Cleveland, foundr}'man 
378, Mrs. Homer, widow of A. W. 

Chester begins 
380, Misses Morehouse, spinsters 
382 to 386, vacant lots 

Ellis Avenue begins 
388 and 390, vacant lots 
392, A. J. Lincoln (Lincoln & Williams), tinsmith 

Bay view (or Baker) crosses 
394, Duncan Jenkins 

Misses Jenkins, spinsters 

Court 
396, Miss Alexander, spinster 
398, Hon. L. E. Baker, house end grounds 

Beacon begins 
402, vacant lot 

404, Mrs. Corning, widow of Ne'son A. 
406, vacant lot ^ 

Prescott begins 
408, John McLeod, foundryman 

Thomas Vickery, master mariner 
410, Jumes Durfee, car inspector, Western Counties Railway 

Daniel Ashe, engine driver, Western Counties Railway 
412, Amasa Redding, policeman 



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414, ReddinR'B carriage shop 
416, Frank Scott, master marinw 
413 and 420, vacaat lots 

James begiaa 
432 to 426. varant Iota 
423, John Kinney, master mariner 
430, Frederick I'eterkin, junk dealer 
4^12 and 434, vacant lota 
436, unoccupied honse 

Shaw Avanne begins 
438, unoccu Iliad house 

VVortli Degins 
440, Dr. W. O. Gray, dentist 
442, Mrs. Webstar, widow of Dr. J. L. B. 

Dr. C. L. Webetar, general practitioner 

Starr's Hoad begins 
444, Mrs. Dndman, widow of sheriff W. K, 

Dr. O. B, Dudmao, general practitioner 
44(5, George Churchill, expreasmaii 
448, vacant 
450, old barn 
452 and 464, vacant lots 
456, William Grant, blacksmith shop 
458, No. 2 engine 
460, vacant lot 

fiurth Alma begins 
462, Wealey Church (Methodist) 
464, vacant lot 
466, Emily Chipmao, widow 

Agni-s Chipman, t^iacher 

Leonard Uolden, macliinist 

Western Counties Railway crossei 

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468, Sons of Temperance IJivision Hall 
470, nnoccupied shop 
472, Edward Uamm, shoemaker shop 
474, vacant lot 

476, Aaron C. Stubbs, barber and hairdresser 
478, James Brignell, superintendent Westurn Conatiea Railway 
480, Dr. W. A. C. Randall, general practitioner 

T. William Randall, drug clerk 

George H. Randall, clerk 
482, Dr. 1. M. Lovitt, general practitioner 

Chestnut begins 
484 and 43S, H. w. Cann, grocery and proviaiou ttora 
438, unoccupied house 
4U0, unoccupied shop 
492, Marian Allen, spinster 
494, unoccupied shop 



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496, vacant lot 

498, William D. I^vitt,*8hipowner 

McMillen begins 
500, P. Doucette. laborer 

M. Deveau, laborer 

C. Deveau, laborer 
502, unoccupied shop 
504, Jane Byrne, widow 
506, Nathan Hilton, stipendiary magistrate 
508, George M. Ewan, manager woollen mill 
510, Benjamin Murphy, master mariner 

Street begins 
512, Mrs. Trefry, widow of William R 

Hugh H. Trefry, works at Minard's Liniment factory 
514, Charles Dewolfe, stone mason 

J. B. Westhayer, school teacher 
516, gate 

518 to 530, vacant lots 
532, James £. Suttie, stove repairer 

Charles Suttie, machinist 

Hibemia begins 
534, John McCormack, farmer 
536, Charles Kent, house joiner 
538, Charles Patterson, foundry foreman 
540, William Burrill, moulder 
542, William Williams, manner 

James Butler, carpenter 
544, Ingram Hersey, fish packer 
546, unoccupied house 
Vacant lots to beginning of Bain's Road, northern limit of town. 

MARSHALL'S LANE^Harbor Shork to Main, North Sidk. 

1, unoccupied tenement 

3, George Bent, laborer 
Joseph Bent laborer 

5 to 11 1 vacant lots 
13, Henri Melancon, stevedore 
15 to 23, vacant lots 
25, James Hays, laborer 

South Sidi. 

All vacant lots 

M(X)Dy'S ALLEY-Off Main, East, niar Argyle. 

1, Peter A. White, laborer 

2, Helaire White, sailmaker 

3, Leon Muis, laborer . 
Evan Muis, laborer 

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3, Joseph Mais, laborer 

MOODY'S LANE— Water to Maijt. South Side. 

2, Vital. Muis, laborer 

4, Samuel Muis, laborer, in rear 

6, Benjamin Boyd, carpenter 
8, Joseph Jacquor, laborer 

10, Louis White, laborer, rear 

12, Joseph Jacquor, green grocery 

14, George Samuels, fish hawker' 

16, Frank Babine, laborer 

] 8, Luke Doucette, laborer 

20 and 22, Stoneman & Co., rear doors 

North Side. 

1, vacant lot 

3, unoccupied shop 

5, vacant lot 

7, unoccupied shop 

9 and 11, Clarence Eogers, rear doors 

NEW — Starr's Road to Herbert. 
All vacant 

NORTH ALMA— Main to Wetmore, North Side. 

1 to 11, vacant lots to Milton School grounds 
13 to 21, Milton School 

Brunswick intersects 

23 and 25, Jacob Sweeny, fumiturd dealer 
Vacant lots to Pleasant Street 

Ends at Wetmore 

South Side. 

2 to 20, vacant lots 
Brunswick intersects 

22, Elizabeth Cann, widow of James 

24 and 26, vacant lots 

28, Robert E. Harris, barrister, &c. 
30, Freeman Gardner, bookkeeper 
32, William Grant, blacksmith 
34, William Mckerson, moulder 
Vacant lots to end at Wetmore 

PARADE — ^Main to Haley Road, Xorth Side. 

1, vacant lot 

3, unoccupied house 

5 to 11, vacant lots 

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J 3 and 15, John Lovitt, M. P., shipowner 

19 and 21, George Guest, sheriff 

23, Mrs. Anne Lovitt, widow of John W. 

25,j?ate 

27, 31, vacant lots 

33, Mrs. Emma J. Barhour, widow of Thomas 

Edward Durkee, master mariner y 

35, Feador H. Hermes, cutter 
37, Charles Tooker, clerk 

Ryerson begins 
39, Daniel Sullivan, clothier 

Mrs. Mary Sullivan, widow of Dennis 
41, Warren Husk ins, mason 
43, vacant lot 
45, unoccuf>ied house 

Brunswick begins 
47, Henry McLaughlin, clerk 

Miss Sarah McLaughlin, spinster 

Miss Lizzie McLaughlin, spinster 
49, 

51, Tennis Lawn 
53 to r>9, vacant lots 

61 to 69. John K. Ryerson, retired merchant, house and grounds 
71, 73, Thomas S. Jolly, (Dodds & Jolly) house and grounds 
75 to 81, Robert 8. Eakins, merchant, house and grounds 
83 to 87, vacant lots 

Pleasant intersects 
89, Charles Allen, foundry man 
91, vacant house 
93, vacant houee 
95, Robert Simms, carpenter 

open fields 

Mountain Cemetery 

William S. Campbell, Customs Department 

Fields 

Jas H. Munro, Inspector of Schools, N. W. cor. P. & Haley rd. 

South Side. 

2 and 4, side entrance 

First ends 
6, George S. Taylor, tailor and clothier 
8, gale 
10, 12, stables 

Seeond ends 
14, side door 
16, unoccupied house 
18, garden lot 
Willow ends 



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24, 26, George Sanderson, insuranc bioker S 

28 to 38, vacant lota g 

40, H. D. Munro, Inland Revenue Collector - 

42, Edward Alder, gardener g 

Carlton ends ►-• 

Seminary grounds to Seminary street B 

Gates " 

Stables 

Vacant lots 

Pleasant intersects *? 

Skating Kink w 

Fields r 

Daniel McLaughlin, merchant (McLaughlin Bros), house £? 

and grounds g 

Thos. E. Kelly, master mariner, house find grounds ^. 

Clements avenue intersects " 

Brook side House and grounds ^^ 

Miss Emily Clements, spineter ^ 

Frank Moore, butcher & 

William Reid, Truckman ° 

Fields to Haley road 8 



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4, Peter Wilson, laborer g 
6 and 8,^ vacant lots ^ 

10, Sarah Ryder, widow of Nelson 

North Side. 

1. Stable 

3, George Duerden, naval pensioner g 

5, Francis Duerden, sailmaker 
7, B. J. Preston, works at wool'en mill 
y, Benjamin Smith, painter g 

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Edward Crosby, carf ontor, rear W. of Pleasant, near Argyle 

Unoccupied house 

Tooker ends ^ 

South East intersects g* 

Albert intersects 

Stilson Hilton, master mariner 



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George Hiltoii) shoemaker 
William Allen, laborer 
8. B. Robbins, master mariner 
William Gridley, jr., ship smith 
Cliff intersects 
Parade intersects 
Freeman Hamilton, laborer 
Joseph Hamilton, do 
James Hays, blacksmith 
George Arthur, printer 
William Allen, carpenter 
James ChurchiP, porter 
John Fault, blacKsmith 
George Churchill, shipwright 
John Gray, seaman 

Starr's road intersects ; and thence Northward it is called Wet- 
more 

PORTER'S LANE— Water to Barnai^d, Soith Side. 

2, Henri Burette, at organ factory 

4, vacant lot 

6, Frank Deary, carpenter, residence 
8, Alexander Deveau, carpenter 

North Side. 

1 , old carpenter's shop 

3, Jcseph Evans, oflSce messenger 

5, Barbara Hock, widow of Henry 

7, John Boudy, sailmaker 

PRESCOTT—Maix to Flkasa.nt, Sonn Side. 

2, .vacant lot 

4, stable 

6, vacant lots 

8, barn 

Vacant lots to end 

North Side. 

1 and S, gates 

5, David Jack, moulder 

Mrs. Deborah Edgar, widow of John P. 
7 to 13, vacant lots 

Whipple begins 
15, William D. Ross, merchant (Mo^:e6 & Ross) 
17, vacant lot 

19, Weston Nelson, manager Minard's Liniment Manufactory 
21, Joseph F. Patten, builder 



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Fairmount begins 
23, William R Perry, teller, Bank of Yarmouth 
25 to 37, vacant lots to end 

PRINCE— Argylk to Forest, East Side. 

Argyle to 48, vacant 
50, James Rogers, confectioner 

52. Robert Crawford, brass founder (Pendrigh & Crawford) 
54 to 60, vacant lots 

Albert intersects 

62, Louis A. D'Entremont, wharfinger 
64 and 66, vacant lots 

68, Edgar Clements, barrister, &c. • 
70, Thcmas B. Crosby, insurance agent 

James L. Crosby, gents' furnishings 
Vincent Crosby, clerk 
Barnard Crosby, student 

72, Thomas K. Wilson, pest office clerk 

74, J. Horton, widow of Dennis 

76, Arthur Rogers, clerk 

78, Mrs. trowell, widow of Henry 
80, Thomas Guest, watchmaker and jeweller 
Ends at Forest 

West Sidb. 

Argyle, 1 to 47, vacant lots 
49, Eugene Gallagher, tinsmith 
51 to 61, vacant lots 

Albert intersects 

63, Catherine McMudu, widow of John 
65, Colin Cumpbell. seaman 

67, Jackson Hatfield, clerk 

69, 71, Charles T. Grantham, Manager Duck and Yam Mill 

73, Rev. Edward J. McCarthy, P. P., (Roman Catholic) 

75, Norman Jeffrey, clerk 

77, Miner C. Cann, master mariner 
Oliver Haley, do 

89, Thomps S. Bown, Customs Surveyor 
81 and 83, vacant lot 
85, James Horton, blockmaker 
Ends at Forest 

PUBLIC LANE— Water to Main, South Side. 

Old Cemetery 

North Side. 

1 to 5, Burri 11- Johnson Co., foundry yard 
7, Charles H. Bryant, accountant 



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9, W. A. Porter, truckman 

Wm. Lloyd Porter, (Porter & Pendrigb) 
11, passage way 
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2, Mrs. Allen, widow of Edward 
4 and 6, vacant lots 
8, Jervis Thompson, laborer 
10, Dominick McDevitt, tailor 
Charles McDevitt, tailor 
Dominick McDevitt, jr., woollen mill gpinner 
12, vacant lot 

14, Benjamin Lewis, laborer 
16, Benjamin Rogers, principal South-end School 
» Sycamore Place ends ,, 

18, !Elkanah Williams, laborer 
*2, Daniel Bowers, laborer 

20, John Martin, laborer 
22, L. J, Roy, sewing machine agent 
y> Forbes intersects 

24, William McGill, customs 
Vacant to end 



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1, Frederick Muree, laborer 
3, Jeanne Muis, widow of Alexander 
5 to 11, vacant lots 
S Bond begins 

13, Henry Goodwin, seaman 
15, David Cook, night watchman 
2 17, Anthony McLeod, shoemaker 
"" 19, James Lewis, (shoemaker 
^ Benjamin Lewis, jr., master mariner 

21 , James Powers, tailor 
^ 23, Stephen Cain, carpenter 
S Forbes intersects 

J 25, Barnard E. Rogers, J. P., agt Yarmouth B*ld*g & Loan Society 
Vacant to end 

regent—Begins at Town South Line, AVest Side. 
Isaiah Lawrence, laborer 

East Side. 

William Smith, laborer 
George Roach, seaman 
Peter Muis, laborer 
George Muis, laborer 



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ROBBINS PLACE— Main to Bkunswick, Nootti Side^ 2 

1, Cbarles S. P. Robbins, merchant ;i^ 

RYERSON— From Parade, yoRXH, West Side. I 

1 and 3, side doors n 

6, vacant lot ^ 

7, Charles Honey, hostler n 
9, William J. Harris, cooper g 

11, Albert Gibson, carpenter f 

13, Jacob Boyd, moulder 5' 
15, James Long, stevedore 03 

Ends in cul de sac r 

East Side, ^ 

2, side door *? 
4 and 6, garden lots Q 

8, William Allen, cooper g. 

10, Elisha Huskins, cooper *'. 
William Huskins, seaman ^ 

12, Peter Smith, seaman ^. 
Aubrey McLean, laborer i 

14, vacant lot " 
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1 and 3, conserv^atory ^ 

5, jrate g 

7, side entrance ?. 
Alma intersects § 

9, William A. Killam, fijsh merchant g 

11, vacant 

13, passage way < 

15, George F. Parker, photographer ^ 
17, Isabel Maria Crosby, widow of Jol n R. & 

Collins intersects p 

19, John Murphy, shipowner, office p- 

21, rear door ^ 

23 and 25, Miss Edith Ryerson, spinster § 

27 to 31, gates to end at Parade 2. 

East Side. ' ^ 

2 and 4, burnt lots ^ 

6, gate ^ 

8, Mrs. Louisa Pelton, side door 



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10, Mrs. Fanny Durkee, widow of Jam-s 

Charles Powers, accountant 

Joseph G. Fried lander, bookbinder 

Foster Jeffrey, clerk 

William S. Dexter, clerk 
12, Richard Parker, accountant 
14, passage way 

16, Norman A. Wyman, merchant 
18, gate 
20, vacant lot 
22, gate 
24, William H. Dane, shoe dealer 

Collins intersects 
26, Mrs. Sabra Moses, widow of Nathsn 

Mrs. Lois Killam, widow of Eben 0. 

Stephen D. Moses (Moses & Ross), dry goods 
28 and 30, vacant lots 
32, Samuel Killam, at dock an! yarn mill 

Herbert Killam, law student 

Roland Killam, clerk 

SEMINARY— Cliff to Parade, Wkst Sidk. 

1 to 11, vacant lots 

13 to 17, stable, side entrance, and garden 

Alma ends 
19 and 21, vacant lots 

Collins ends 
Seminary grounds to end 

East Side. 

2 to 8, vacant lots 

10, George Goldsmith, janitor of Seminary 

12 to 18, vacant lots 

20, Aaron Spinney, truckman 

22, passage way 

24, vacant lot 

26, Richard M. Ferguson, master mariner 

28, Byron Abbott, master mariner 

30, gateway 

32, A. C. Robbins, shipowner 

Miss Annie E. Robbins, spinster 
34, vacant lot 

36, James E. Clements, bookkeeper, Yarmouth Steamship Co. 
38, gate ^ 

40, garden 

42, Rev. William Mclntcsh (Congregatiocalist) 
Ends at Parade 



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SOUTH LANE— Watkb to Mais, South Side. 

?. to 6, Barrell-Johnson Co., foundry yard 
S, Joseph H. Pardy, laborer 

Leslie J. Sweeny, laborer 

Lydia Forbes, widow of Josiah 

10, William J. Wliitman, stove mounter 

12, vacant lot 

J 4, passage way 

NOBTH SiDB. 

1 to 7, Bnrrell- Johnson Co , foundry yard 
9, Philip Warner, moulder 

11, barn 

13, Thomas C. Redding, mason 
Joseph Redding, mason 

south-east- William to Halky Road, Socrn Side. 

Vacant lots from William to 

36, Charles LeCain, laborer 

38, vacant lot 
Green intersects 

40, vacant lot 

42, Elisha Cook, painter and glazier 
44, Leander Huestis, carpenter 
46, J. Howard Moses, meat market 
48, Amos B. Crosby, carpenter 
Pleasant intersects 

Loran Fells, laborer 

Isaac James Eli, seaman, rear lot 

House unoccupied 

George Dunn, seaman 

North Side. 

1 to 35, vacant lots from William to 

37, Mrs. Eunice Dennis, widow of Heman 

39, vacant lot ;i 
Green intersects 

Vacant lots thence to Pleasant 
Thence to Clements Avenue 
Thence to Haley Road 

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10, Leaman Trefry, mariner 
12, James M. Brannen, fisherman 



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16, Webster Grant, foundryman 

18, unoccupied house 

20, Fredenck Potter, carpenter 

22, William Watt, ship carpenter 
Thomas Watt, house joiner 

24, Caroline Allen, widow of William 
26, Alfred Moseley, truckman 

Brunswick intersects 
28, Emmeline Kirk, widow of Thomas 
30, Rudolph Fait, foundryman 
32, Jacob Churchill, carpenter 
34, Adolphus Saulnier, laborer 
36, Hilaire White, laborer 
38, Charles Bath, carpenter 

Hugh Bath, nickel plater 
40, unoccupied house 

42, Samuel Boyd, mariner 

44, James Goldsmith, shoemaker 
46, Gilbert Sisco, laborer 
48, Lawrence Kavannah, night watchman 
:'50, Zackery White, laborer 
 52 to 70, vacant lots 
72, Sarah Beveridge, widow of Ephraim 
Pleasant intersects 
Henry Burrill, jr., merchant 
Henry A. Hood, jr. 

North Side. 

1, gate 

3, passage way 
5 to 11, vacant lots 
13, Hugh Beveridge, master mariner 

15, passage 

17, Benjamin Trefry, farmer 
Hannah Patten, widow of James 
Ella Patten, spinster 

19, Stephen B. Goudey, gardener 

21 , passage 

23, Mrs. Hemeou, widow of Cornelius 
25 to 31, vacant lots 

Brunswick intersects 
33 to 41, vacant lots 
New begins 

43, Joseph B. Burrill, jr., butcher 
Vacant lots to Pleasant 

Pleasant intersects 
AmosTitman, farmer 



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Rapert Churchill, farmer 
Henry Churchill, farmer 

STORE LANE— Wateb to Main, South Sidb» 

2 and 4, Burrell-Johnson Co , foundry yard 

6, Thomas Carr, boiler maker 
8, B. Saulnier, laborer 

10, Maurice Rogers, foundryman 
1 2, Simon Boucher, ship carpenter 
Samuel Dennis, foundryman 

North Sidb. 

1 and 3, Burrell-Johnion Co., store 

5, Charles Sherman, blacksmith 
Reuben Grant, foundryman 

7, William Duerden, sailinaker 

9 to 13, Jacob Silver, cooper, house and shop 
15, Alex. Ross, stove mounter 
17, Lydia Pitman, widow of Andrew 

Jane Nickerson, dressmaker 

Ida Hatch, do 

SUMMER— Begins off Chestnu.^ East Side. 

2, H. W. Cann, grocer 

4, Mrs. Sarah B. Brown, widow of Edward 

Miss Hattie M. Brown, spinster 
C, John E. Ritchie, tinsmitli 

Chestnut intersects 

8, Obed Harding, clerk 

10, Anthony Sanders, at Iron Works (F. H. Wilson & Co.) 
12, Samuel Little, janitor Milton School House 

Ends at M'Millan 

No fronts on West Side 

SYCAMORE PLACE— Church to Queen, East Side. 

2, Joseph R. Rogers, merchant 

4, Norman J, B. Tooker, merchant (A. F. Stonoman & Co.) 

6, James Riozee, sr., confectioner 

West Side. 

1 to 3, vacant lots 

5, James Porter, blacksmith 

TOOKER— Main to Pleasant, Noeth Side. 

1, No. 1 Engine House 
East begins 

3, J. Harvey Eldridge, harness maker 



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5 to 1 3, vacant lots 
15, Edward Gammon, carpenter 
17, vacant lot 

Forbes intersects 
19 to 49, vacant lots 
51, John Guest, accountant 
53 and 55, vacant lots 

Green intersects 
57 and 59, vacant lota 
61, Frederick Trefry, merchant 
63, William S. Roboins, insurance asrent 
65, Thomas R. Crosby, accountant 
67, Ansel Bobbins, Customs 
69, vacant lot 
71, George N. Spinney, carpenter 

South Side. 

2, Salvation Army quarters 

4, John Greig, engineer 
Thomas McConnell, laborer 

6, Eben Ellis, livery stable keeper 

8, Mrs. Isabella Dowley, widow of Charles 

10, Osborne Gray, carpenter 
12 to 20, vacant lots 

William intersects 
22, vacant lot 
24 to 30, James M. Davis, merchant (James M. Davis A Son) 

James A. Davis do do 

32, Mrs. Sophia Goudey, widow of Fredericli 
34 to 52, vacant lots 
54, George Cann, master mariner 
56 and 58, vacant lots 

Green intersects 
60 to 72, vacant lots 

Ends at Pleasant 

TOWNSHEND— Water to Maxn, North Sids. 

1, James Hays, water worls 

3, vacant lot 

5, William Acland, tailor 

7, passage way 

9, stable 

11, side entrance, Parker's 

South Side. 

2, 4, 6, vacant lots 

8, gate 
10. stable 

12, side entrance. Spinney *s 



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VA^XOXJVER— Fkom Main We6tekj.y, South Sn>E. 

Vacant lot 
Water ends 
Bridge 

Unoccupied buildings in court 
Vacant lots 
15 to 21, Charles E. Brown, retired merchant, house and grounds 
g Arthur W. Brown, clerk Bank of Yarmouth 

Charles F. Brown, manager of Telephone line 
23 to 31, vacant lots 
33, (in court), John Hijjby, stove fitter 
^ Ernest Higby, do 

o 35, Henry Allen, at cotton mill 

37 to 41, George Lovitt, master mariner, house and grounds 
43, to 47, unoccupied house 

Cook's lane begins 
49, George L. Cook, laborer 
51, J. Nelson Gardner, shipbuilder 
_ 53, Richard Raymond, cabinet maker 
M 55, workshop 
g^ 57 to 63, vacant lots 
S 65, Asa Whitman, carpenter 
* 67, Mrs. Mary Whayden, widow of William 
5» 69 to 75, Mrs. Hannah L. Burrell, widow of Jos , house & erouods 
Gordon M. Burrell 
Grove begins 
77, Mrs. Mary Sollows, widow of Aaron 
Peter Poole, sailmaker 

North Side. 

2 to 20, Milton Iron Foundry 
Boat landing 
o Lane commences 

^ 26 to 30, open fields 

c 32, Mrs. Harriet Landers, widow of George 
^ Chipman commences 

^ 34, Aaron Stubbs, barber 
5 Caleb Hurlburt, farmer 

36, Luke Cahill, caulker 
_ Mrs. Mary Cosman, widow of James 

S 38, William Sturgis, at cotton mill 
Mrs. McDonald, widow 
40 and-42, Charles Cann, clerk 

44 to 50, Robert Caie, barrister, &c., house and grounds 
52 to 58, William Lovitt, bookkeeper, do 

60 and 62, vacant lots 
64, Edson Durkee, moulder 

Gate and passage way 
66, Mrs. Lucinda Wynoch, widow of James Fred. 
Miss Jane Graham, spinster 



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68, Pearl Durkee, master mariner 

70, unoccupied house 
72 and 74, vacant lots 

76 to 80, Bowman Ck)rning, master mariner, house and grounds 
82 to 86, Augustus Cann, master mariner, do do 

88 to 92, Hugh D, Cann, master mariner, do do 

WATER— From Shore, S. of Lewis* Lane, to Vancouver. 

West Side. 

1 to 7, vacant lots 

9, unoccupied store 
11, entrance to Lewis* wharf 
13 to 27, vacant lots, open shore of harbor 
29, H. & N. B. Lewis' store 
31, Frank White, master mariner 
33, H. & N. B. Lewis' store 
35, entrance to Lewis' " little wharf" 
37 to 41 , head of slip and fish flakes 
43, 45, H. & N. B. Lewis' store 
47, entrance to Lewis' wharf 

Lewis' wharf, 1 to 6, fish and other stores 
49, slip head 

51 to 65, fish flakes on quay 
67, A. F. Stoneman & Go's, store 

69, entrance to A. F. Stoneman & Go's, wharf 

A. F. Stoneman & Co.'s wharf, 1 to 20, fish and fish-supply 
stores and sheds 

71, fish flakes 

73, entrance to Rogers' wharf 

Rogers' wharf, 1 to 22, fish and other stores 
75, fi^ flake 
77, Julian Muis, laborer 
79, Madeleine Muis, widow of Frank 

Samuel Holden, cooper 
83, unoccupied house 
85, J. A. Porter, blacksmith shop 
87 and 89, vacant lots 
91, entrance to Josiah B. Lewis' wharf 
93, unoccupied Store 
95, entrance to store rear of K. & H. Co. 

97 to 107, Kinney-Haley Manufacturing Company, (Limited), 
office, stores and works 
Chuie, Hall & Co., organ manufactory 
109, slip head and fish flakes 
111, entrance to Commercial wharf 

Commercial wharf, Parker, Eakins & Co., 
1, Terrence Keen an, laborer 
2 to 24, stores and sheds, Parker, Eakins & Co. 
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115 to 121, Cook & Cleaveland, carpenters and builders, shop and 

warehouae 

D. C. Crosby, lamber, etc 
123 to 129, vacant lots 

131, entrance to Marine Slip, wharf and workshop 
133, slip nead 
135, carpenters' shop 
137, steam house 
139, dry dock 
141, entrance to Jenkins* wharf 

Jenkins' wharf 

Ship carpenters' shops, store, sail loft 
143, slip heaa 
145, entrance to Horton's wharf 

"Horton's wharf "—now owned or occupied by L. E. Baker 
147, vacant lot 

149 to 159, Yarmouth Woollen Mill Company (limited) 
161, John Cornwall, waterman p 

163 to 173, vacant lots, part with coal sheds in rear 
175, Loran £. Baker, merchant, principal office 

Entrance to L. E. Baker's (steamboat) wharf and T wharf 

Baker's South (steamboat) and T wharves 

1 to 24, offices, stores, and sheds of L. E. Baker 

H. Weddleton, sail loft 
177 to 187, vacant lots 
183, entrance to Baker's North wharf and T wharf 

Baker's North wharf— 1 to 20, offices, stores, and sheds of L. 
E. Baker 
191, W. C. T. U. coflfee rooms 
193, unoccupied shop 
195, unoccupied shop 
197, E. B. M. Hilton, fish dealer 
199, entrance to Byerson wharf 

Byerson wharf— 1 to 15, stores and sheds of L. E. Baker 
201, L. G. Crosby, commission merchant 
203, ice house 

205, F. L. Hatfield, fish market 
207, entrance to Davis' wharf 

Davis' wharf— 1 to 15, stores and sheds of Jas. M. Davis & Son 
209, James M. Davis & Son, general grocery 
211, unoccupied store 
213, stable- 
215, entrance to Cann's wharf 

Cann's wharf— 1 to 12, stores and bheds of Hugh Cann & Co. 
Lobster factory 

13 and 14, W. Weddleton, sail loft 
217, Hugh Cann & Co., shipowners 
219, ice house 
221, unoccupied building 



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223, south entrance to Killam's wharf 

Killam's wharf— 1 to 24, stores, coal and goods sheds of Killam 
Brothers 
225, Killam Brothers, shipowners and general dealers 
227, north entrance to Kiliam's wharf 
229, Parker, Eakins & Co., store 
231, south entrance to Parker, Eakins & Co 's wharf 
233, Parker, Eakins & Co., shipowners and general dealers, ofUce 

and store 
235, north entrance to Parker, Eakins & Co.'s wharf 

Parker, Eakins & Co.'s wharf— 1 to 28, stores, sheds, and sail 
loft %{ Parker, Eakins & Co. 
237, Railway siding 
239, old store 
241, south entrance to Law's wharf 

Law's wharf— 1 to 12, stores and sheds of Law & Co. 
243, W. Law & Oo., warehouse 
245, north entrance to Law's wharf 
247 and 249, railway siding 
251 to 265, vacant shore lots 

267 to 273, BurrelKJohnson Co. Himited), ship yard and wharf 
275 to 297, Burrell-Johnson Co. (limited), iron works, foundry, etc 
299 to 305, Burrell-Jobnson Company, yard room 
307, Yarmouth Gas Light Company, offict 
309, vacant lot 

311 to 317, gas works and meter 
319 to 337, vacant lots 
339, Joseph Saulnier, laborer 
341 to 345, vacant lots 
347, Frank Ryan, laborer 

349 to 359, vacant lots to W. C. Railway yard, south boundary 
361 to 459, northern boundary of W. C Railway yard 

On railway land, Charles Edwards, engine driver 
461, Thomas Darragh, laborer 
463 to 473, Milton Manufacturing Company, works 
475 and 477, vacant lots 
479 to 485, Yarmouth Duck & Yarn Company 
487, John W. Sanlnier, laborer 

Samuel Churchill, laborer 
489 to 503, vacant lots 
505, James Vickery, laborer 
507 to 529, vacant lots 
531 and 533, stove stores of Milton Foundry 
535 to 541, river bank 

543 to 547, unoccupied shops and vacant lots 
549 to 567, foundry store . 
569, dry house 
571, blacksmith shop 
573, vacant lot to Vancouver 



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2 and 4, vacant lots 

0, Israel Thompson, fisherman 

8, vacant lot 

Lewis* Lane begins 
10tol6, vacant lotd 
18, a store of H. & N. B. Lewis 
20, James Webb, ^sherman 
22, Martha E. Andrews, widow of William 

William Dulong, fisherman 

James Surette, fisherman 
24 and 26, vacant lots 

Huston begins 
28, Simeon Nickerson, laborer 
30, vacant lot 
32, Robert Saulnier, laborer 

Rear — Mary Gordon, washerwoman 
John Mais, laborer 
34, John Muis, laborer 
SG, Albert Butler, boatbuilder, shop 
38, Alfred W, Potter, blacksmith shop 

Moody's Lane begins 
40 and 42, Vacant lots 
44, Joseph Dulong, laborer 
46, Michael Muis, laborer 

John Muis, laborer 
48, vacant lot 
50, Mrs. Robichau 

Mrs. Samuels 
52, Marc LeBlanc, fishorman 

Barnard begins 
54 and 56, vacant lots 

Porter's Lane begins 
58, coal shed 
60 to 64, lumber yard 
66, unoccupied shop 
68, James Goudey, laborer 

Edward Savary, laborer 

Commercial begins 
70, vacant lot 

72, Bernard Goudey, sail loft 
74, George Rogers, rigger 
76, John Beals, stevedore 
78, vacant lot 

80 and 82, W. H^Gridley, ship smith, shop 
84 to 88, Pendrigh & Crawford, brassfounders 
90, vacant lot 

Pearl begins 




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96, gate 

Haskell begins 
98, J. R Saulnier, shoemaker, shop 
100 to 104, Cordova Leather Works, G. W. Robbins 
106, vacant lot 

108 and 110, Yarmouth Iron Works 
112 to 116, vacant lots 
118 to 122, James D. Horton, block factory 
124 to 130, vacant lots 

Forest begins 
132 to 138, vacant lots 
140, Benjamin Brush, fisherman 
142 to 146, unoccap'ed building (salt works) 
148 to 152, vacant lots 
154, James McDonald, dining saloon 
156, James McDonald, hotel 
158, William May, seaman 
160, T. Powell, junk shop 
162, Charles Neat, seaman 
164, gate 
166, gate 
168, Reuben Muis, truckman 

Frank Golden, steamer fireman 
170, passage way 
172, (Charles McCormack, laborer 

Court 
174, unoccupied shop 
176, vacant lot 
178, 180, George A. Hemlow, dining saloon 

Brown begins 
182, unoccupied shop 
184, unoccupied house 

186 to 190, William H. Gridley. jr., ship smith 
192, vacant lot 
194, unoccupied store 
196 to 200, vacant lots 

Central begins 
202 to 214, vacant lots 

Jenkins begins 
216 to 222, vacant lots 

lovitt begins 
224 to 228, Farmers & Citizens Co-operative Company, store 
230 to 248, vacant lots 

Townshend begins 
250 to 260, vacant lots 

Public lane begins 
262 to 270, Burrell- Johnson Company, boiler house and yard 

South Lane begins 



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272 to 280, Burreli-Johnson Company, yard 

Store Lane begins 
282, anoocapied house 
284, unoccupied house 
286, unused door 
288, ^te 

Flats Lane begins 
290, 292, vacant lots 
294, gasometer 

Fifth Lane begins 
296 to 308, vacant lots 

Chester begins' 
310 to 336, vacant lots, to south limit ot W. C. Railway yard 
338 to 436, to north b >undary W. C. Railway yard and etation 
438, Joseph H. Eld ridge, master mariner 
440 to 446, vacant lots 

Allen's Lane begins 
448 to 466, vacant lots 
468, Mary £. Hubbard, widow of Michael , 

JameB A. Atkins, seaman 
470, 472, vacant lots 
474, W. J. Swain, co k 
476 to 498, vacant lots 
500, Henri Saulnier, laborer 
502, 504, vacant lots 

Gardner begins 
506 to 512, vacant lots 
514, George H. Gardner, boat builder, shop 

Cann begins 
516, Ge'^^rge Jacis, moulder 
518 to 526, vacant lots 
528, stable 

530, unoccupied shop 
532, passa$!:e way 
534, 536, old store 
538 to 542, old store 
544, police station 

Vacant lots to Vancouver 

WETMORE—CoNTiNUATiON OF Plbabamt, Northmely. 

Gabriel Robichau, laborer 

Herbert intersects 

North Alma ends 

Elm ends 
James Burrill, merchant 

Chestnut ends 
Bowman B. Law, merchant, Ap^de Tree Hill, house and groundyi 
Albert Perry, mariner 



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David Wetmore, lumber deader 
James Murphy, master mariner 
G. Judson BurreJl, clerk 
Unfinished house 
Eleanor Brown, widow of Amos B. 
Bain's Road ends, and north limit of town is reached 

WHIPPLE— Presoott to Shaw Avbnue, Wbst Side. 

1 to 7, vacant lots 
9, unoccupied house (new) 
11 and 13, vacant lots 

15, side entrance 
James intersects 

17 to 21, rear Old Ladies' Home 

23, vacant lot 

25, George W. Rpears, moulder 
Vacant to Shaw Avenue 

East Side. 

2, passage way 
4, carpenter's shop 
6 and 8, vacant lots 

10, passageway 

12, Benjamin Davis, master mariner 
14, Robert Beveridge, foundry man 

Benjamin Knowlton, foundry man 

James intereects 

16, Samuel B. Davis, master mariner 

18 to 22, vacant lots 

24, William E. Hersey, mason 
Vacant lots to end 

WILLIAM— Arqylb to Cupf, Wbbt Side. 

1 to 9, vacant lots 
Barnard Lane intersects 

11, Charles Smith, mariner 
13 to 15, vacant lets 

17, Edward Payson, wood tmner 
Tooker intersects 

19 to 25, vacant lots to Commercial 
Commercial ends 

27, 29, vacant lots, Commercial to McManua 

McManus ends 
31 to 35, vacant lots 
37, George K. Hatfield, music teacher 
39, Free Baptist Church 
41 to 43 vacant lots 



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Albert intersects 
45, Henry Haley, accountant 
47, Peter Parker, picture frame maker 

Enos Parker, photographer 
49, Albert E. Weare, woollen mill dyer 

Samuel Weare, drag clerk 

William Weare, expressman 

Alice Weare, spinster 
51, A. J Mc('allum, druggist 
53 to 65, vacant lots 

57, H. E. (Jann, shipowner 

59, vacant lot 

61, T V. B. Bingay, jr., PCCountAut 

63, Trinity School House 
Forest intersects 

65, side door, house 

67, 69, vacant lots 

( umberlamt intersects 
71, 73, vacant lots 

ends at Cliflf 

East Sidk. 
2 Temple Church, Baptist 
4, Rev, George R. White, Baptist 

Doane begins 
6, WiMflm Pinkney, retired farmer 

Arthur iSnttie, Rteam laundry 
8, Thomas Langtry, gardener 

Barnard lane intersects 
10, William Fitzgerald, laborer 
12, George Cain, machinist 
14, Ciara Moses, widow of Lyman 

Sarah Durkee, widow of George 

Tooker intersects 
16 to 26, vacant lots 

Southeast begins 
28 to 54, vacant lots to Albert 

Albert intersects 
56, Rev. Anderson Rogers, Presbyterian 

58, Arthur W. Eakins, merchant (Parker, Eakins & Co) 

60, Job Hatfield, insurance agent 

62, A. Cameron, principal Yarmouth Seminary 

64, Trinity Church, Anglican 

66, Sanford H. Pel ton, barrister 
Charles S. Pelton, student 
Forest intersects 

68, side door, house 
70, 72, vacant lots 

(\imberland intersects 
74, 76, vacant lots 
78, side door, house 



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WILLOW— Cuff to PiiBADB, West Side. 

1 ti 7, vacant lots 

9, Joseph R. Kinney, inspector of fisheries 
11 and 13, vacant lots 

15, C. C. Richards, druggist 
John Richards, accouutant 
John ends 

17 and 19, gates 

21, Wm. Pearce, foreman Burrell-Johnson Iron Works 
Alma intt^rsects 

23, side door 

25. passage way 

27 and 29, vacant lots 
31 unfinished house 

33, E. Burpee Skinner, Burrell-Johnson Iron Works 

35, side entrance 
Collins intersects 

37, side entrancn 
3^^ stable 

41 and 43, side entrance 
Ends at Parade 

East Sidb. 

2, Charles Dodds, dry goods merchant (Dodds & Jolly) 

4, vacant lots 

6, passage way 

8, William Thurston, truckman 
10, gate 

12, Thomas W. Killam, truckman 
14, Mrs. Elva Stanwood, widow of Jacob 

16, passage way 

18, John Baker, carpenter 
20, passage way 

22, Robert Thurston, truckman 

24, gate 

26, Joseph Brown, master mariner 
28, gate 

30, Charles E. Horton, grocer 
32, Levi B. Wyman, grocer 
Alma intersects 

34, vacant lots 

36, Rev. J. H. Foshay, Bajjtist 

38, Hiram Groudey, Municipal Clerk 

40, William McKinnon, postal clerk, W. C. Railway 
42, Almira Goudey, widow of Zebina 

Collins intersects 
44, side entrance 

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WOBTH— BaaitiB at Haih, South Sids. 

2, 4, 6, aide eDtnmces 

8, Jotan S. Cbnrohill, muter mariner 

NOBTH SiDB. 

1, 3. 6, vacant lota 
7, Timothy Mahonv, Weaver 
Mrs. Ohvia Von Melsks, widow of Hmiry 

9, UeDJamin W. Oillta, mBchioist 
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