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BoYAL Colonial Institute 

YEAR BOOK 



1912 




ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE 
Northumberland Avenue, London, W.C. 



Contents. 

Index to Illustrations . 

Index to Advertisements 



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For conditions of Fellowship, see pages 9, 10 and 21. 
Price to Non-Fellows, 2/6 



ii Advertisements. 



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FOUNDED IN THE REIGN OF WILLIAM AND MARY, 1689. 

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CONTENTS. 

PAGE 

I. GovERNiKG Body of the IisrsTiTUTE ....... vii 

II, Introduction ........... i 

III. Historical Sketch 3 

IV. Royal Charter and Rules ........ 5 

V. The Institute Building 20 

VI. Privileges of Fellows and Associates ...... 21 

VII. Publications 21 

VIII. Meetings 23 

IX. The Library 23 

X. The Newspaper Room ~ 26 

XI. Local Branches . 26 

XII. Empire Lectures Committee 28 

XIII. Emigration Committee ......... 29 

XIV. Empire Trade and Industry Committee 29 

XV. Annual Dinner and Conversazione .30 

XVI. Lodge of Freemasons. 31 

XVII. List of Fellows, &c 33 

XVIII. Report of the Council 187 

Statement of Receipts and Expenditure .... 198 

Balance Sheet 200 

XIX. Report of the Forty-Fourth Annual General Meeting . . . 201 

XX. List of Papers Read before the Institute since November 1909 . 215 

.XXI. Honorary Corresponding Secretaries 218 



China in Transformation. 

By A. R. COLQUHOUN. 

(Revised and enlarged edition.) 
Crown 8vo. Coloured Map, &c. 5s. net; post free, 5s. 4d. 

This standard work by the eminent authority upon China is here brought thoroughly 
up to date, and several important new chapters have been added in the light of latest 
developments. At the present time, when so much that is happening in China needs 
elucidation for Western readers, there is great need for this handy and authoritative work. 
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ROYAL COX^ON^IAX^ INSTITUTE, 

NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE, LONDON, W.C. 
Founded 1868. Incorporated by Royal Charter 1882. 

patron—His majesty thb king. 

presfOent— Field-Marshal H.R.H. The DUKE of CONNAUGHT, K.G., G.C.M.G. 

COUN^CIILi. 

Cbairman— Lieut.-General Sir J. Bevan Edwabds, K.C.M.G., C.B. 

2)cputB Cbairman— Sir Godfret? Laqden, k.c.m.g. 
Wlcc*iPreslDcnts. 



H.R.H. Prince Christian, E.G., G.C.V.O. 

D0KE OF Arqtll, E.G., E.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 

Duke of Deyonshibe. 

The Marquis of Lincolnshire, E.G., G.C.M.G. 

Duke of Marlborough, E.G. 

Earl of Aberdeen, E.T., G.C.M.G. 

Earl Brassey, G.C.B. 

Earl of Dunbaven, E.P., C.M.G. 

Eabl op Elgin, E.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E. 

Eabl Grey, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 

Earl of Jersey, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. 

Earl of Minto, E.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E. 

Field-Marshal Earl Eobebts, V.C, E.G., O.M., 

Eabl of Rosebeby, E.G., E.T. [G.C.M.G. 

Earl of Selboene, E.G., G.C.M.G. 

Viscount Milneb, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. 

Admiral Lord Charles Beresford, G.C.V.O., 

G.C.B., M.P. 
Lord Steathcona and Mount Royal, G.C.M.G., 

G.C.V.O. (High Commissioner for Canada). 
The Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, M.P. 
Rt. Hon. Sir Geobge Taubman Goldie, E. C.M.G. 
Right Hon. Sir Samuel W. Gbiffith, G.C.M.G. 

(Chief Justice, Commonwealth of Australia). 



L. S. Amery, Esq., M.P. 
Major M. Aecher-Shee, D.S.O., M.P. 
Ralph S. Bond, Esq. 
Allan Campbell, Esq. 
Hon. Sir John A. Cockburn, M.D., E.C.M.G. 
J. G. Colmeb, Esq., C.M.G. 
Sir Chaeles J. Dudgeon. 
Fbedeeick Dutton, Esq. 

Lieut.-General Sir J. Bevan Edwabds, E.C.M.G., 
Sir Bampfylde Folleb, E.C.S.I., CLE. [C.B. 
Right Hon. Sir W. Hely-Hutchinson, G.C.M.G. 
Lieut.-General Sir Edward T. H. Hutton, 
E.C.M.G., C.B. 

treasurer — Robeet Littlejohn, Esq. 

librarian— P. Evans Lewin. 



The Right Hon. Lewis Harcouet, M.P. (Secre- 
tary of State for the Colonies). 

Right Hon. Sir Albeet H. Hime, E.C.M.G. 

Right Hon. Sir L. S. Jameson, Bart., C.B., M.D. 

Right Hon. Alfeed Lyttelton, E.C, M.P. 

Right Hon. Sir Geoege Reid, G.C.M.G. (High 
Commissioner for the Commonwealth of 
Australia). 

Right Hon. Sir Cecil Clementi Smith, G.C.M.G. 

Right Hon. Sir Joseph G. Waed, Bart., E.C.M.G. 

Admiral Sir Nathaniel Bowden Smith, E.C.B. 

Sir Heney E. G. Bulwer, G.C.M.G. 

Hon. Alfred Deakin, M.P. 

Major-Gen. Sir Henry Green, E.C.S.L, C.B. 

Hon. Sir W. Hall-Jones, E.C.M.G. (High 
Commissioner for New Zealand). 

Sir Montagu F. Ommanney, G.C.M.G., E.C.B., 
LS.O. 

Hon. Sir Richard Solomon, G.C.M.G., E.C.B., 
E.C.V.O. (High Commissioner for S.Africa). 

Sir Nevile Lubbock, E.C.M.G. 

Sir Thomas G. Shaughnessy, E.C.V.O. 

Sir Frederick Young, E.C.M.G. 

Colonel George T. Denison. 

Councillors. 

Viscount Hythe. 

Lieut.-Colonel A. Weston Jarvis, C.M.G., M.V.O. 

Richard Jebb, Esq. 

Sir Godfrey Lagden, E.C.M.G. 

Robert Littlejohn, Esq. 

Sir Charles Lucas, E.C.B., E.C.M.G. 

Ben H. Morgan, Esq. 

Sir Daniel Morris, E.C.M.G., D.Sc, D.C.L. 

Sir E. Montague Nelson, E.C.M.G. 

Sir Gilbert Parker, M.P. 

George R. Parkin, Esq., C.M.G., M.A., LL.D. 

Sir Westby B. Pebceval, E.C.M.G. 

Hon. Sir C. H. Rason. 

Secretary— James R. Boose. 
CbiCf Clerk — William Chamberlain. 



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THE BRITISH EAST AFRICA CORPORATION, Ltd. 

General Merchants, Agents, and Importers, Clearing, Forwarding, and Shipping Agents. 

Sole Agents in B. E. A. and Uganda for the British Cotton Growing Association (Incorporated by Koj'al Charter), 
Piatt Bros. & Co., Ltd. (Oldham), Cotton Ginning Machinery, The Army and Navy Co-operative Society, Ltd., of London, 
Bombay, and Calcutta, Messrs. Henry Head & Co. (Lloyd's Insurances), Pasquali Cigarette Co., Ltd., Roulette Cycle Co., 
Ltd., South African (Castle) Breweries, Ltd., J.& J. Co eman. Ltd., Wouldham Cement Co., Ltd., Buchanan's Whiskies, 
Sutton, Garden & Co.'s Gins, Bollinger's Champagne, Peter Walker & Son's Ales and Lager, &c., &c. 

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of B. E. A. and Uganda. Warehousing and Insurance. Management undertaken. Purchase and Sales of Land 
Drafts arranged against shipments. I arranged. 

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Uganda and the Nile specially arranged. The Corporation are East Africa Correspondents for Messrs. Thos. Cook & Son, 
Ltd, Also Passenger Agents in Ugandaof the Messageries Maritimes Line, and .Toint Agents in East Africa and Uganda of 

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TRADE, INDUSTRY and FINANCE 

OF 

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Is exhaustively dealt with in THURSDAY'S ISSUE EACH WEEK in 

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discuss higher aspects of Imperialism. 

Fourteen Colonial Prime Ministers have contributed articles to the Empire 
Section 

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TO BRITISH MANUFACTURERS, MERCHANTS, SHIPPERS, 
BROKERS, AND OTHERS INTERESTED IN EMPIRE TRADE. 

You are cordially invited by the COUNCIL of the ROYAL COLONIAL 
INSTITUTE to co-operate in the promotion of Inter-Empire Trade. 

The following Trade and Industrial Committee of the Institute has 
recently been formed : — 



BEN H. MORGAN, Esq., Chairman. 

Major M. AROHER-SHEE, D.S.O., M.P. 

HENRY BIROHENOUGH, Esq., C.M.G. 

G. McL. BROWN, Esq. 

Colonel JOHN DENNY. 

Lt.-Geu. Sir J. BEVAN EDWARDS, K.O.M.G., O.B. 

(Chairman of Council of the Institute). 
HUGO HIRST, Esq. (Chairman, Manufacturers' 

Association). 
RICHARD JEBB, Esq. 
Sir GODFREY LAGDEN,K:.O.M.G."(Deputy-Chaimian 

of Council of the Institute). 



STANLEY MAOHIN, Esq. (Chairman, London 

Chamber of Commerce). 
EDWARD MANVILLE, Esq. (Chairman, Society of 

Motor Manufacturei-s and Traders). 
Lord MERTHYR, E.C.V.O. 
R. K. MORCOM, Esq. 
Sir DANIEL MORRIS, K.O.M.G. 
ELLIS T. POWELL, Esq., LL.B., B.Sc. 
The Hon. Sir C. H. RASON. 
P. C. SALTER, Esq. 



JAMES R. BOOSE, Secretary. 

The Committee will undertake : — 

1. To facilitate, encourage and arrange industrial conferences or meetings to be 
attended by men of affairs from any or all parts of the Empire in order to discuss 
questions of common interest with a view to regulating and co-ordinating the 
conditions of Empire trade and industry. 

2. To encourage and facilitate Empire trade and industry by, e.g., arranging for 
the reading of papers and delivery of addresses on financial, industrial and trade 
subjects by authorities before the Institute itself and before Chambers of Commerce, 
Trade bodies and like institutions in the leading industrial centres. 

The dominant note of the Royal Colonial Institute's work is concisely described in its 
motto " United Empire." The Trade and Industry Committee exists to foster, stimulate 
and assist British Commercial and Industrial interests, with sioecial regard to their imperial 
aspect as elements and factors of imperial union. It is, therefore, auxiliary to and not in 
conflict with other organisations working for the development of British trade interests. 

The TERMS OF FULL MEMBERSHIP of the Institute are as 

follows : — 

Resident Fellows (who have their homes in the United Kingdom) : 

Subscription £2 per annum. 

Entrance Fee £3 

Life Subscription £20 

Non Besident Fellows (who have their permanent homes outside 
the United Kingdom) : 

Subscription ... £1 Is. per annum. 

Entrance Fee £1 1s. 

Life Subscription £10 

In addition to co-operating in expanding Inter-Empire Trade, Members 
enjoy the following positive advantages : — 

The use of the building in Northumberland Avenue with its magnificent Library 
from which books (except works of reference) may be borrowed — Beading, Writing 
and Smoking Booms and accommodation for the meeting of Commercial men. 
The use of the Law Library. 

Admission to all Lectures, Dinners, and other functions of the Institute, both in 
London and the Provinces. 

A copy of the Monthly Journal of the Institute, entitled " United Empire." 
Information on Colonial commercial matters, including Agencies, Customs tariffs 
and conditions, Harbour dues and regulations, Shipping and Bailway transport 
charges. Cable rates, Patent and other commercial law, can be obtained on application 
to the Secretary of the Institute. 
Further information and literature fully explaining the aims and objects 
of the Institute will gladly be sent on application to 

THE SECRETARY, 

ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE, 

NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE, 
LONDON, W.C. 



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a smaller suite in a separate but adjacent building for the exclusive use of Ladies ; the Cooling 
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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Fa9ade of Institute Btjilding ........ Frontispiece 

Entbance Hall, To face -p. 4 

Reception Room „ 21 

CouNcn. Room „ 21 

LiBBABY ............ „ 23 

LiBBABY „ 24 

Newspapeb Room .......... „ 26 

Law Libbaby and IVIap Room ........ „ 28 

Genebal Room „ 30 

Smoking Room „ 32 



ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE. 



Objects and Constitution. 



The Egyal Colonial Institute is established to provide a place of 
meeting for all gentlemen connected with the Colonies and British India, 
and others taking an interest in Colonial and Indian affairs ; to establish 
a Eeading-room and a Library, in which recent and authentic intelligence 
upon Colonial and Indian subjects may be constantly available, and a 
Museum for the collection and exhibition of Colonial and Indian productions ; 
to facilitate interchange of experiences amongst persons representing all the 
Dependencies of Great Britain ; to afford opportunities for the reading of 
Papers, and for holding discussions upon Colonial and Indian subjects 
generally ; and to undertake scientific, literary, and statistical investigations 
in connection with the British Empire. But no Paper shall be read, nor any 
discussion be permitted to take place, tending to give to the Institute a party 
character. 



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INDEX FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. 



A-FRicAN Banking Corporation xxxiii 

Australia, High Commissioner for xxvii 

Bayliss, Jones & Bayliss xxx 

Bell's Matches ii 

Blue Funnel Line - . . . . xxviii 

Bonzoline Billiard Balls xxv 

British Columbia xxi 

British East Africa Corporation vi 

Buchanans xiii 

Canadian Bank of Commerce .......... xxxii 

Canadian Northern Kailway xxix 

Canadian Pacific Eailway xvi & xvii 

Charing Cross Baths ............ ix 

Civil Service Bank, Ltd xxxii 

Courvoisier Cognac xxi 

Delphinine xxxii 

Dr. Barnardo's Homes ........... xxxvi 

Eastern Telegraph Company xxi 

Ede, Son & Ravenscroft ii 

Edgington, Benjamin xxxiv 

Financial News vii 

General Electric Company xxxi 

Grand Trunk Railway ............ xxvi 

Harper & Bros iv 

HoBSON & Sons vii 

Hugh Rees, Ltd ix 

International Fur Stores iii 

Moj:t & Chandon xxv 

National Bank of South Africa xxxii 

New Zealand xxii 

Ontario ............... xx 

Pall Mall Deposit & Forwarding Co. xxxv 

Perkier, JouiiT & Co xi 

Quebec ............... xxiii 

Ranken & Co. ............. xix 

St. Ivel V 

Standard Bank of South Africa . . . xxxiii 

StUDD & MiLLINGTON xi 

Tasmania xviii 

Victoria .............. xxiv 

Western Australia xiv & xv 

West of Scotland Agricultural College xxxii 

ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE, 

ALL COMMUNICATIONS respecting Advertisements in the "Year 
Book" and "United Empire" to be addressed to 

IVXr*. Sl* hi. POOK9 Advertisement Manager, 

"UNITED EMPIRE," 

Royal Colonial Institute, Northumberland Avenue, London, W.C. 

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xiv Advertisetnents. 



WESTERN AUSTRALIA: 

ITS MINES AND FARMING LANDS. 



VARIETY OF INDUSTRIES. FRUIT AND WHEAT GROWING. 



OPPORTUNITIES FOR INVESTMENT. 



The great State of Western Australia, comprising nearly a million square miles of country, 
offers at the present time an attractive field to investors large and small and to agricultural 
immigrants of all descriptions. In the South- Western Division, where development is being 
concentrated just now, a number of industries are successfully carried on, and are rapidly 
expanding, while large areas still await settlement and cultivation, In the wide areas east 
of the Darling Range,. Wheat-growing, combined with sheep farming and mixed farming 
generally, is now conducted with excellent results, the yield of wheat having risen from 956,886 
bushels in the season ended February 1902, to 5.897,540 bushels in 1911. In the same division, 
but more to the west and south, there are vast forests of timber, which have provided the 
opportunity for an extensive industry in the sawing and preparation and export of hardwoods 
that are used for commercial purposes in various parts of the world. The timber export in 
1910 was valued at £972,698, compared with £867,419 in the previous year, and with £511,923 
in 1907. 

There is also a growing fruit industry in the Darling Ranges and in other parts of the 
South- West to the ultimate extension of which it would be difficult to set limits. It is expected 
that 60,000 cases of fruit will be exported this year, as contrasted with 28,000 in the previous 
year, while about 20,000 acres of land are now under orchards and vineyards, and the area 
planted is increasing at the rate of 2,000 acres per annum. 

Wool-growing and sheep -raising are carried on both in the South- West and the North- West, 
and in the season 1910-11 the number of sheep in the State increased from 4,731,737 to 
5,158,516 ; while in the same period the nuriber of cattle, largely in the far North but now 
advancing also in the South, from 793,217 to 825,000. The export of wool in 1910-11 reached 
a value of £1,047,456. 

Close cultivation of root and fodder crops is also carried out successfully in the wetter 
portions of the South- West. 

But besides the farming avocations, which are now being extended rapidly, there is the 
Mining industry in the East and North- West, which has gained the greatest fame for Western 
Australia. Gold alone, since the year 1886, has been produced to the value of over 103 millions 
sterling, and more than 22 millions has been paid in dividends by mining companies. 

As the development of highly specialised machinery for the recovery of gold proceeds and 
railways are extended, it is to be believed that further opportunities for investment in this 
great industry will be presented, especially in the many low-grade propositions which are 
now only awaiting capital for their development. 

Western Australia also produces many of the baser metals, such as Copper, Tin, Tant'alite, 
Lead, &c., while the production of a sound coal is annually rising, and a successful bunkering 
trade with ocean-going vessels has been opened up. 



Advertisements. xv 



For its Pearl fisheries in the North-West, the State has long been famous, and the value of 
the export of pearls and shell in 1910 was £348,911. 

The industries hitherto mentioned are already on a sound basis, and while many of them 
will expand and continuously afford openings for the employment of capital and labour, 
perhaps the most attractive opportunities are now presented for investment in secondary 
avocations arising out of the rapid growth of the primary pursuits. A striking example is 
that of the wool industry, in connection with which it should prove profitable to start mills, 
as has been done successfully in the Eastern States, for the manufacture of clothing. At the 
present time, over a million pounds' worth of " Apparel and Textiles " are imported into the 
State every year, and with the large annual increase of wool production already referred to, 
there should be wide opportunities for making woollen goods within the State. 

The extension of Wheat-growing opens up a field for a number of secondary industries and 
trades. Already Messrs. Cuming, Smith & Co. and the Mount Lyell Mining Company, two 
large Eastern firms, have established works for the manufacture of Superphosphates, the 
principal fertiliser used by the Western Australian farmers, within the State, and that the 
demand for fertilisers is quickly rising the following figures of imports demonstrate : — In 1906, 
13,511 tons of fertilisers were imported into the State ; in 1907, 12,182 tons ; in 1908, 20,351 
tons ; 1909, 21,065 tons ; 1910, 34,722 tons. It is probable that the trade in this commodity 
will so increase as to justify the establishment of other works of a similar character to those 
already in existence. 

But this is not the only secondary industry which is likely to be sstablished as a result of 
the spread of Wheat cultivation. In Western Australia, as in the other Australian States, 
Wheat-growing is carried out with the aid of highly-specialised machinery, and liltle of this 
is at the present time manufactured wthin the State. For the nine months ended September 30 
last, agricultural and horticultural implements to the value of £91,026 were imported from 
other parts of the Commonwealth, and £47,762 worth from overseas. There is no reason 
why a large part of this machinery should not be made in Western Australia. The Govern- 
ment specially encourages local manufacture, and has provided in the Agricultural Bank Act 
that sums to the amount of £100 in each instance may be advanced to settlers, on approved 
blocks, for the " purchase of agricultural machinery manufactured in Western Australia," 
while an amendment is now proposed for the increase, in approved cases, of the amount so 
advanced. This manufacture also enjoys the benefit of the Commonwealth protective tariff 
against overseas competition. 

The rise of such trades and industries on the spot is inevitable with the development of 
primary production, and the investor who enters the field now will have a great advantage 
over those who come in later. 

In connection with Fruit-growing, there are two distinct avenues open for the employment 
of capital. There is first the production of the fruit itself. A very wide area of country in the 
South- West, comprising altogether many millions of acres, is suitable for the production of 
fruit, among other uses to which it may be put. Apples, grapes, pears, oranges, cherries and 
nearly every variety of fruit raised in the temperate zones may be grown at their best in Western 
Australia, and already Western Australian apples and grapes are obtaining consistently the 
highest prices in Covent Garden Market. Western Australian fruit has also sold well on the 
Continent, and it is likely that a trade will be opened up shortly with India, a sample shipment 
having been very favourably received in various Indian centres. For men with a moderate 
amount of capital there is an excellent opportunity for investment in this direction. 

The second field for the employment of capital in connection with the fruit industry is in 
the manufacture of jams, preserves, &c., and in the secondary treatment of fruit generally. 
At the present time, the State imports jams, jellies, &c., to the annual value of £150,000, or 
over 10s. a head of the population. 

So far as the occupation of land for cultivation is concerned, the terms offered by the 
Government are perhaps the most liberal in the world, and as there are vast areas still to be 
settled, the outlook before both primary and secondary industries is exceedingly bright. It 
would, indeed, be difficult to rival in any State in a similar stage of development the opportuni- 
ties afforded for the remunerative employment of capital and labour that are now presented 
by Western Australia. Endowed by nature with a mild and benign climate, the State of 
Western Australia, especially in the fertile and well- watered South- West, is providing and 
will provide thousands of happy homes for British people who are building up a new and 
brighter Britain beyond the Seas. 



XVI 



Adverhsements. 



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STEPPING STONES 



Halifax. — Capital of Nova Scotia, the apple 
province and land of Evangeline. 

St. John, New Brunswick. — The " new city " 
that rose from the ashes of the great fire of 
1877. Here is the wonderful reversible cataract 
due to the tremendous tides, and here also is 
one of the busiest ports on the Atlantic. 

Quebec. — Queen city of North America, throned on 
a lofty crag commanding the St. Lawrence. 
Owing to its picturesque situation, its old- 
world streets, and its historic memories, Quebec 
has many visitors. Here is the Chateau Fron- 
tenac, the most picturesque hotel in Canada. 

Montreal. — Commercial capital of Canada and 
headquarters of the Canadian Pacific— on the 
site of the ancient Indian village of Hochelaga. 
Now half-French, half-English in population, 
with magnificent wharves and imposing public 
buildings, banks, churches, &c. Stay at the 
Place Viger Hotel. 

Ottawa. — Political capital of Canada, and pictur- 
esquly situated at the junction of the Ottawa 
and Rideau Rivers. The centre of a great 
lumber industry. 

Toronto. — Capital of Ontario, centre of busy indus- 
tries and fragrant orchards. Situated on Lake 
Ontario, Toronto is a convenient starting- 



place for Niagara, Muskoka, or the Canadian 
Pacific Steamship services on the Great Lakes. 



its famous falls, the wonder of 



Niagara.— With 
the world. 

Muskoka. — A picturesque cluster of lakes clothed 
with innumerable islands. This is one of the 
chief summer resorts in America. 

Sault Ste. Marie— On the " Soo," with its famous 
locks and rapids, the junction for the Soo Line 
and centre of a great sporting district. The 
" Soo " is also reached by rail via Sudbury, 
along a branch of the Canadian Pacific, which 
passes through one of the best fishing and 
liunting districts in Canada. 

Missanabie, Jackfish and Nipigon. Nortli of 
Lake Superior, and on the main line to Fort 
William, are also starting-points for fishing 
expeditions. 

Fort "William and Port Arthur.— The twin cities 
at the head of Lake Superior are the outlet for 
the gigantic harvests jf the great Canadian 
West. 

Winnipeg. — Is the capital of Manitoba, and com- 
mands the trade of the fertile prairies— a city of 
imposing appearance and great wealth, with the 
finest hotel in the world— the Royal Alexandra. 



For further particuta.s apply — 
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, 62=65 Charing Cross, London, S.W. 

Or Local Agents everywhere. 



Advertisements. 



XVI 1 




aeR0SS eHNHOH. 



Portage la Prairie, Brandon, Indian Head, 
Regina, Moosejaw, Swift Current, and 
Medicine Hat.— Are typical prairie towns, 
bustling, ambitious, and already well on the road 
to abundant prosperity. Wheat is king from 
"Winnipeg to Calgary. 

Calgary. — The most prosperous town in Southern 
Alberta, is called the city of the foot-hills, owing 
to its proximity to the Rockies. Here is the 
great 3,000,000-acre irrigation scheme of the 
Canadian Pacific. Land on this irrigation 
block is sold to settlers on the instalment 
system. Calgary is directly connected by rail 
with Edmonton, the capital of the North-West, 
which is also directly connected with Winnipeg 
via Saskatoon and Wesaskiwin. 

BaniF. — The tourist capital of the Canadian Rockies, 
with its splendid Banff Hot Springs Hotel. 
Here is the Canadian National Park, with its 
herds of buffaloes. 

Laggan. — Is the station for Lake Louise, con 
sidered by many to be the loveliest spot in 
Canada. The Chateau Hotel is the most con- 
venient point from whicli to visit the Lakes in 
the Clouds, and is a favourite centre for 
Alpine climbers. 

Field. — In the Kicking Horse Pass, has another 
favourite hotel, and is the best point from 
which to reach Emerald Lake and the mag- 



nificent Yoho Valley and the Takkakaw Falls, 
1,200 feet in height. 

Golden. — For the Columbia Valley and Lake 
Windermere, the new tourist playground. 

Glacier. — Is reached after passing through the 
tremendous scenery of the Rogers Pass, and is 
in the Selkirk Mountains. It lies under Mount 
Sir Donald, and is in full view of the snowy 
Hermit Ranges. 

Revelstoke.— -Is the junction for the Arrowhead 
Lakes, down which one may take steamer for the 
raining and fruit-growing districts of Southern 
British Columbia and the Kootenays. These 
can also be reached by the Crow's Nest Pass. 

Sicamous.— Is the junction for the fertile Okanagan 
Valley, the centre of a fruitgrowing district. 

Kamloops. — Is also rich in orchards. 

Vancouver. — Is the Pacific terminus of the Railway, 
and is rapidly becoming the chief port on the 
Pacific coast. Here, again, is a fine hotel 
belonging to the railway company. Steamers 
connect with Vancouver Inland and especially 

Victoria.— The political capital of British Columbia, 
and one of the most delightful tourist centres 
in America. The Empress Hotel here spells 
the last word in luxury. Through Vat couver 
Island runs the Esquimault and Nanaimo 
Railvvav from Victoria to Alberni. 



For further particulars apply— 
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, 62=65 Charing Cross, London, S.W. 

Or Local Agents everywhere. 



xviii Advertisements. 



TASMANIA. 



FARMERS and others who desire prosperity 
and life under most advantageous con= 
ditions should settle there. 

GOOD INCOMES derived from Orchards. 
Apple production a great and increas= 
ing industry. 

LAND can be obtained cheaply and on easy 
terms from the Government. 
Liberal Advances made by State Agri = 
cultural Bank to Settlers. 

Total MINERAL output valued at THIRTY- 
TWO MILLIONS STERLING. 

PENSIONERS and others with moderate 
incomes can live there under ideal 
conditions. 

FREE Government Expert Advice given 
to settlers. 

The MAGNIFICENT SCENERY, PER= 
FECT CLIMATE, fishing and other 
sports have made the State the chief 
TOURIST and HEALTH RESORT of 
Australia. 



For information apply to The Agent General for Tasmania, 56 Victoria Street, 
LONDON, S.W. 



Advertisements. 



XIX 



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dressed man, combining ease 
and comfort with smartness. 

They may be used for . 
Hunting, Shooting & Walking, 
as they entirely abolish the 
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XX 



Advertisements. 



ONTARIO 

(CAtflLJyA), 

THE LAND FOR INVESTORS. 

Ontario offers unrivalled opportunities to the investor. With an estimated population of 
over two and a quarter millions, vast unsettled areas, immense natural resources in minerals, 
forests, and water powers, a network of railways, and a superb water route through the Great 

Lakes, Ontario fully justifies the title of 

CAKTILDA'S PRCSIVIIESR PIlO^ril^CE:. 



ONTARIO'S 
WATER 

POWERS 

are capable of 

generating 

(over conservative 

estimate) 

10,000,000 
Horse-power. 

With factories rapidly 
increasing in number, 
Ontario presents a 
■wide field for any 
industry that can 
use electric power. 
Government trans mis- 
sion lines distribute 
high voltage over a 
radius exceeding 200 
miles. The minimum 
price is £2 per horse- 
p >wer for 24 hour 
service. Far cheaper 
than coal. 




ONTARIOC0VERNI«ENTBuiLDINGl63,STRAND,LOND,ONY(f. 



ONTARIO'S 
FORESTS 
AND MINES 

will profitably 
employ 

Millions Sterling 
of New Capital. 

The wood pulp and 
paper-making indus- 
tries of the Province 
are capable of enor- 
mous expansion. 

The nickel deposits 
of Ontario are the 
richest in the World. 



NO DIRECT TAXATION in Ontaiio, the Governint-nt having sufficient revenue 
from Crown Lands, Fore.>-fs, Mines, etc. 

MANUFACTURERS have a great and growing local market in the 283 cities, towns, 
and villages of Ontario. Cheap raw material, cheap electricity, and unrivalled transport 
facilities are among other inducements. 

FARMERS can purchase the freehold of an Improved Farm, with buildiogs, orchards 
etc., in Ontario for one year's rental for a farm of equal area in Great Britain. 

SPORTSMEN and TOURISTS are afforded unrivalled opportunities for Hunting, 
Shooting, Fishing, Boating, etc., etc., in Ontario. 

Write for full particulars to 

Mm B. GOLCOCKf Ontario Government Agent, 

163 atrand, LONDON . 



Advertisements. 



txi 



-BRITISH COLUMBIA 

THE MOST BRITISH OF THE CANADIAN PROVINCES. 

THE ORCHARD OF THE EMPIRE. 

A Laud of Fruit and Flowers— Oauada's Mineral Provin''e — Immeusfl Timber Besouraes — ImporraDt Fisheries— 
The Sportsman's Paradise— Offers Countless Attra -tion^ to Tourists — Olimate Healthy and Delightful. 
The country for Farmers with some capital, Agricultural and other workers, and Domestic Servants. 

A SAFE COUNTRY FOR PROFITABLE INVESTMENTS. 

Land and Climate well adapted for Fruit-Growlug, Mixed Farming, Horse, Hog, and Cattle Raising, Poultry 

Farming and Dairying. 

10,000,000 acres of land have been 'et as iie for settlers, and these may be pre-empted to the extent of 

160 acres for each adult. 
Total Production in 1910 from Manufactures, Mining, Timber, Agriculture, and Fisheries (estimated) — 

$ 100,742,505, 

equal to over $300 for every man, woman, and child in tiie country. 

Increasing Prosperity — Decreasing Taxation. 

The revenue of the Province h«s incrpased from $1,605,920 in 1900-1. to HO.492,892 (esi mated) in 1910-11, 
he .-uiplus being $2,300,000. Popula.ion : 1901, 178,657 ; 1911 362,768. 

There is a great demand for labourers and mechanics in B.C., and the extensive railroad construction in 
progress, and ihe large sums voted by the Legislature for public work-", ensures continuous employment for 

all classes of workers at high wages. 

The leading British Columbia papers ire filed in the Reading Room at the London Agincy, where specimens of 
Minerals, Timber, Fish, Grain and Fruits, and Maps and Pheiographs may also bt seen. 



Pamphlets, Reports and Full InformatI n free of charge on ap llcatlon to J. H. TURNER, Asent-Qeneral 
for B.C., Salisbury House, Finsbury Circus, LONDON, E.C. 



AUSTRALASIA, CHINA, JAPAN, 
AFRICA, INDIA, SPAIN, 
PORTUGAL, THE MEDITER= 
RANEAN & S. AMERICA. 

STATIONS. 

Liverpool : K13 Exchange 
Buildings ; The New 
Cotton Exchange. 

Manchester : 44 Spring Gafdems 

Glasgow : 5 Royal Bank Place. 

Newcastle-on-Tyne : K Ex- 
change Buildings, Quayside. 

Agencies : BRISTOL ; 62 Qufen Square, 
THE EASTERN TEL 



STATIONS. 

Cardiff : 33 Merchants' Ex- 
change, Bute Dock. 

Birmingham : 12S Col- 
more Row. 

Bradford : 4 Commercial 
Street. 



London : 

II Old Broad Street, E.C. 

8 Ieadenhall Street, E.C. 

29 Mincing Lane, E.C. 

37 HoLBORN Viaduct, E.C. 
4 Electra House, Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 
The Baltic Exchange, St. Mary Axe, E.C. 
41 & 42 Parliament Street, S.W. 
6 Denman Street, Borough, S.E. 
Foreign Auction Hall, Covent Garden, W.C 
449 West Strand, W.C. 

and LEITH: 24 Constitution Street. 
EGRAPH CO., LTD. 




COURVOISIER 
COGNAC. 



Maison fondle 1828. 
SPECIALITY-FINE LIQUEUR BRANDIES. 



xxii Advertisements. 



NEW ZEALAND 



^ammumasai 



A Wealthy country, with a splendid climate, fertile soil, and an 
abundance of water. 

An Ideal country for the farmer, the percentage of grain and lambs 
being phenomenally high. 

New Zealand, a country as large as the United Kingdom, with but 
a million population, has an annual export of raw products exceeding 
Twenty Million Pounds sterling per annum. 

New Zealand is rich in COAL, IRON, TIMBER, CUM, COLD AND SILVER. 
Total yield of Minerals, £110,000,000. 

Over j£ 1 1,500,000 has been advanced by Government on Interest to 
Farmers and Workers for Improvements and Buildings. 

The Railways, 3,000 miles. Telegraphs and Telephones, 70,000 miles, 
are owned and operated by the State. 

New Zealand has the highest wealth rate and the lowest death rate 
in the World. 

Those desiring to make a home in a new country should consider the 
solid advantages which New Zealand offers. 

Excellent Steamship Services are run direct to New Zealand by 
the New Zealand Shipping Company, Limited, Shaw Savill and Albion 
Company, Limited, and the Federal-Houlder'Shire Lines. 



Full information is supplied free by 

THE HIGH COMiniSSiONER FOR NEW ZEALAND, 

13 Victoria Street, "Westminster, London, S.W. 



Advertisements. xxiii 




UEBEC 

THE MOST PROSPEROUS PROVINCE OF 

CANADA 

Offers unrivalled opportunities for the profitable employment of capital. 

Its huge forests contain pulp wood and other commercial essences in almost 
inexhaustible quantities. 

Its numerous traction systems and thousands of industries want all the 
electricity which can be produced from its water-powers — only a small 
proportion of which are at present under exploitation. 

Its rich asbestos, iron, and copper mines already form a great and profitable 
industry, although but a small proportion of the mineral wealth of the Province 
has been tapped. 

Its dairying industry is exceptionally prosperous. The cheese of Quebec 
commands the hit best prices. This is due to ideal grazing conditions brought 
about by its rich pastures and abundance of pure water. 

To render easier and more economical the interchange and distribution of 
commodities, and promote the prosperity of industry and commerce, the 
Quebec Government has entered upon a vigorous policy of 

GOOD ROADS, 

and will spend for that purpose, as rapidly as men, materials, and machinery 
can be obtained for building these roads, 

TEN MILLION DOLLARS, 

which will provide 3,300 miles of perfect roads within the limits of the 
Province. 



The finances of the Province of Quebec are on a sound basis. Every 
financial year shows a substantial surplus, which has enabled the Govern- 
ment, after providing amply for education and all the public services, to 
reduce the public debt, during the last five years, from 

SEVEN MILLIONS TO FOUR AND A HALF 
MILLION POUNDS, 

a record which is unique in Canada ! 



If you contemplate investing capital in Canada, you would therefore do 
well to investigate the opportunities offered by Quebec. 

Full Information and Particulars will gladly be sent on request 
addressed to— 

Dr. P. PELLETIER, Agent-General for Quebec, 

36'38 KINGS WAY, LONDON, W.G. 



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VICTORIA 



lU J THE GARDEN STATE [ ^ 
^ I OF AUSTRALIA. I ^ 



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Opportunities for Farmers. 

The closer settlement policy of Victoria 
enables the State to offer favourable 
opportunities to FARMERS with Moderate 
Capital. Possessing good soil, a splendid 
climate, an abundant rainfall, a Free 
education system, and light Taxation, no 
country in the world offers such advan= 
I tages for Wheat Growers, Dairy Farmers, I 

Wool Growers, Cattle Raisers, Orchard= 
ists, and for Lamb-raising for export. 




Full particulars and information respecting the State 
can be obtained at the Office of the Agent=General for 
Victoria, Melbourne Place, Strand, London, W.C. ^ 




Advertisements. 



XXV 






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BILLIARD 
BALLS 



AT LAST OLD CHAP 
OUR TUSKS ARE SAFE" 



BETTER THAN IVORY 



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PREMIER BILLIARD BALL OF THE WORLD. 



TO BE OBTAINED FROM ALL BILLIARD TABLE MAKERS. 




A LA SANTE DU CHEF. 



MOET & CHANDON 

EPERNAY. 

iMij^isonsr iFonsriDEE 1743. 

As supplied at the Dinners of the Royal Colonial Institute. 



xxvi Advertisevients. 




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TO Alili POINTS IN 



.and the U.S.A. 

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Direct to all Important Centres 

QUICKLY. COMFORTABLY. CHEAPLY. 

SPORTSMEN and TOURISTS 

prefer to travel by the G.T.R. because of the great 

facilities afforded by the Company and the civility 

of its officials. 

SPEEDY, LUXURIOUS TRAINS ensure EASE & COMFORT, 

whilst the MAGNIFICENT SCENERY en route is particularly 

appreciated by passengers. 

The best FISH and GAME preserves 
of Canada are reached by the G.T.R. 

Ask for FREE copies of ILLUSTRATED GUIDES "SPECIAL TOURS" 
and "ACROSS THE ATLANTIC." 

THEY will be sent FREE. 

EUROPEAN TRAFFIC OFFICES, DEPT. " B. T." 

LONDON— 17-19 Cockspur Street, S.W. 

Liverpool— 20 Water Street. Glasgow— 75 Union Street. 

FRED. C. SALTER, European Traffic Manager. 




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Advertisements. 




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A Land ot Sunshine and Big 
Returns. 

A wide choice of Rural Industries. 

Cheap Production. 

Assured and Easy Markets. 

Good Wages. 

A Healthy and Sunny Climate. 

Boundless Raw Material of various 
kinds. 

An Increasing and Prosperous 
Population. 

A Substantial Tariff. 



For particulars apply to : — 

The High Commissioner for Australia, 
72 Victoria Street. 
LONDON. S.W. 



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XXVIU 



Advertisements. 



THE BLUE FUNNEL LINE 




TO 



AUSTRALIA 



AND TO 



SOUTH AFRICA. 

ONLT ONE CLASS CABBIEJD. 

MODERATE FARES. 



For full particulars and illustrated Pamphlets apply to:— 

Georg^e Wills & Co., Aitken Lilburn & Co., 

57 Leadenhall Street, E.C. 80 Buchanan Street, Glasgow. 



Georg:e Wills & Co ADELAIDE. 

John Sanderson & Co. . MELBOURNE. 

Gilchrist, Watt & Sanderson, Ltd. SYDNEY. 

Wills, Gilchrist & Sanderson, Ltd. BRISBANE. 



Mitchell Cotts & Co., CAPE TOWN. 



Wm. Cotts & Co., DURBAN. 



Or to— 



ALFRED HOLT & CO., : 



India Buildings, 
iVERPOOL. 



Advertisements. 



XXIX 






RAILWAYS STEAMSHIPS EMIGRATION 



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WHAT YOU QAI 



by Booking with the 
Canadian Northern Railway 



PERSONALLY CONDUCTED PARTIES 
BY ROYAL LINE STEAMERS 

EMIGRATION DE LUXE. 

THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY maintains a staff of courteous officials at Bristol, 
the port of embarkation. Passengers coming to join our Conducted Parties are met at the 
station, assisted with their luggage, and convoyed safely on board. 

Experienced conductors, personally responsible to the Canadian Northern Railway Company, 
accompany our parties across the Atlantic. They make every arrangement to ensure that all our 
emigrants are comfortable and happy throughout the voyage. 

The C.N.R. issue money orders which can be purchased before embarkation at any of the 
Company's offices, payable anywhere in Canada or the United States. 

Officers of the C.N.R. Emigration Department meet our Conducted Parties at the port of 
lar.ding. Passengers are accompanied to the trains and safeguarded in every way. 

The interests of our large Conducted Parties bound for Toronto or the West are looked after by 
conductors on the train as well as on the steamer. 

Conducted Parties to Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia have the benefit of unique 
arrangements which are quite beyond the reach of the ordinary immigrant. The party travels in 
special cars superior to the usual colonist cars. Instead of having to buy snacks at railway stations 
as they go along, our parties are at a small cost provided with three hot meals a day, and every 
thought and care are given to ensure their comfort during the long but interesting railway journey. 

The C.N.R. maintain labour bureaux at many points in Canada and are in a position to guarantee 
work to men on the land, and place any number of women as domestic workers in good situations. 

Women and girls going to Canada under the auspices of the C.N.R. enjoy the best facilities 
ever offered to British Women Emigrants. Employment is absolutely guaranteed. Moreover, we 
are able to give our women passengers introductiens which link them up with a circle of friends 
wherever they happen to settle. 



THE 

ROYAL 
ROAD 



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STEAMERS DE LUXE 

CANADA 



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ROYAL 

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12,000 tons — 18,000 Horse Power. 

THE private suites of apartments, the single state rooms, and the luxuriously appointed social rooms 
of the first-class, are unexcelled by anything on the Atlantic. 

The en suite apartments include Private Sitting Room, Bedroom and Bathroom, forming ideal 
" Ocean Flats " as they have been aptly termed. They are replete with every comfort-making device, 
the furnishing being of a most luxurious character. 

The Second Class Accommodation is also unsurpassed. The apartments are spacious and thoroughly 
ventilated. Staterooms are exceptionally large and are provided with all the usual toilet accessorie> 
of a bedroom. 

The Third Class is unique on the Atlantic. There are NO OPEN BERTHS and no crowding of 
passengers. Instead, a series of beautiful cabins for Two, Four or Six persons is provided. 

Marconi Telegraphy. Submarine Signals. 

FASTEST STEAMERS TO CANADA. 

For Handbooks, Sailing Bills, a7id information about Canada, apply : — 

Head Offices : Bond Court, Walbrook, London, E.C. Ticket Offices : Baltic House, 27 Leadenhall 
Street, E.C. ; 65 Haymarket, S.W. ; Emigration Dept., 21 Charing Cross, S.W., London ; 
6s Baldwin Street, Bristol; Chapel Street, Liverpool; 141 Corporation Street, Birmingham; 
123 Hope Street, Glasgow ; 1 bis rue Scribe, Paris ; or Local Agents. 



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Advertisements. 



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MANUFACTURERS 

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NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE, 
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COUNCIL OF 1912-13. 



Patron. 

HISiMAJESTY THE KING. 

President. 

FIELD-MARSHAL H.R.H. THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT, K.Q., G.C.M.G. 

Chairman of Council. 

Lieut. -General Sib J. Bbvan Edwards, K.C.M.G., C.B. 

Deputy Chairman. 

Sib Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G. 

Vice-Presidents. 

H.R.H, Prince Christian, K.G., G.C.V.O. 

Duke of Argyll, K.G., K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 

Du:ke of Devonshire. 

Duke of Marlborough, K.G. 

Marquess of Lincolnshire, K.G., G.C.M.G. 

Earl of Aberdeen, K.T., G.C.M.G. 

Earl Brassey, G.C.B. 

Earl of Dunraven, K.P., C.M.G. 

Earl of Elgin, K.G., G.C.S.L, G.C.LE, 

Earl Grey, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 

Earl of Jersey, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. 

Earl of Minto, K.G., G.C.S.L, G.C.M.G., G.C.LE. 

Field-Marshal Earl Roberts, V.C, K.G., O.M., G.C.M.G. 

Earl of Rosebery, K.G., K.T. 

Eael of Selborne, K.G., G.C.M.G. 

Viscount Milner, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. 

Lord Stbathcona and Mount Royal, G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. (High Commissioner fob 

Canada). 
Admuial Lord Charles Beresford, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., M.P. 
The Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, M.P. 
Right Hon. Sir George Taubman Goldie, K.C.M.G. 
Right Hon. Sir Samuel W. Griffith, G.C.M.G. (Chief Justice Commonwealth of 

Australia). 
The Right Hon. Lewis Harcoubt, M.P. (Secretary of State for the Colonies). 
Right Hon. Sir Albert H. Hime, K.C.M.G. 
Right Hon. Sir L. S. Jameson, Bart., C.B., M.D. 

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Vice-Presidents — continued. 
Right Hon. Alfeed Lyttelton, K.C, M.P. 
Right Hon Sir George Reid, G.C.M.G. (High Commissioner for the Commonwealth 

OF Australia). 
Right Hon. Sir Cecil Clementi Smith, G.C.M.G. 
Right Hon. Sir Joseph G. Ward, Bart., K.C.M.G. 
Admiral Sir Nathaniel Bowden-Smith, K.C.B. 
Sir Henry E. G. Bulwer, G.C.M.G. 
Colonel Sir George S. Clarke, G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E. (Governor of 

Bombay). 
Major-Gen. Sir Henry Green, K.C.S.I., C.B. 
Sir Montagu F. Ommanney, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., I.S.O. 
Hon. Alfred Deakin, M.P. 

Hon. Sm W. Hall-Jones, K.C.M.G. (High Commissioner for New Zealand). 
Hon. Sir Richard Solomon, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., K.C.V.O. (High Commissioner for 

S. Africa). 
Sir Nevile Lubbock, K.C.M.G. 
Sir Thomas G. Shaughnessy, K.C.V.O. 
Sir Frederick Young, K.C.M.G. 
Colonel George T. Denison. 



Councillors. 



L. S. Amery, Esq., M.P. 

Major M. Archer-Shee, D.S.O., M.P. 

Ralph S. Bond, Esq. 

Allan Campbell, Esq. 

Hon. Sir John A. Cockburn, M.D., K.C.M.G. 

J, G. CoLMER, Esq., C.M.G. 

Sir Charles J. Dudgeon. 

Frederick Dutton, Esq. 

Lieut. -General, Sm J. Bevan Edwards, 

K.C.M.G., C.B. 
Sir Bampfylde Fuller, K.C.S.I., CLE. 
Right Hon. Sm W. Hely-Hutchinson, 

G.C.M.G. 
Lieut. -General Sm Edward T. H. Hutton, 

K.C.M.G., C.B. 



Viscount Hythe. 

Lt.-Colonel a. Weston Jarvis C.M.G., 

M.V.O. 
Richard Jebb, Esq. 
Sm Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G. 
Robert Littlejohn, Esq. 
Sm Charles Lucas, K.C.B., K.C.M.G. 
Ben H. Morgan, Esq. 
Sm Daniel Morris, K.C.M.G., D.Sc, D.C.L. 
Sm E. Montague Nelson, K. C.M.G. 
Sir Gilbert Parker, M.P. 

George R. Parkin, Esq., C.M.G., M.A., LL.D- 

D.C.L. 
Sm Westby B. Perceval, K.C.M.G. 



Treasurer. 

Robert Littlejohn, Esq. 



Secretary. 

James R. Boos6. 



Librarian. 

P. Evans Lewin. 



Chief Clerk. 

William Chamberlain. 



Bankers. 

London County and Westminster Bank, Ltd., 1 St. James' Square, S.W. 



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ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUT 



E. NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE 



II.— INTRODUCTION. 

More than a generation has now passed since, in 1868, tlie Colonial Society was started. 
The Dominion of Canada had just come into being ; and, though not many openly 
agreed with John Bright that the continuance of the British connection was burden- 
some to Great Britain and humiliating to Canada, still there was a widely spread 
undercurrent of feeling that Canadian Confederation was a half-way house to peaceful 
separation. It was this kind of temper, more dangerous than open hostility, that the 
Colonial Institute sought to counteract. Most wisely its founders recognised that the 
best way of going to work was not to set on foot an actively miUtant political organisa- 
tion. What was wanted was knowledge ; knowledge in England of the boundless 
resources and true temper of the Overseas Dominions ; knowledge in the Colonies of 
their Enghsh kinsfolk, when once one has penetrated the outer crust. The Royal 
Colonial Institute (as it was named in 1870) became at once a club-house where 
persons from all parts of the Empire might exchange experiences, and an information 
bureau, whence the latest and most authoritative facts with regard to the Empire 
might be brought to the light of day. Starting with the modest number of one hundred 
and seventy-four members, the Institution so fully justified its existence that by 1880 
it had over eleven hundred members. The great danger of such an organisation was that 
it should be run by men who disapproved of the action of their Colonial Governments, 
and were out of touch with Colonial public opinion ; the Royal Colonial Institute has 
been careful to draw new blood into its veins, and has never in any way identified itself 
with any one school of thought regarding Colonial questions. The Papers read in its 
winter sessions have been a perfect quarry of first-hand knowledge, freely placed at 
the disposal of the inquirer, whether his purpose be historical, statistical or practical. 
But it may be asked, now that the Royal Colonial Institute has achieved such 
success in promoting fidier knowledge, and, on both sides, a very different temper — 
, especially now that its example has been followed by so many Leagues and Societies, 
has not the time come when, so far as its original purpose was concerned, it might 
pronounce its nunc dimittis and leave to younger bodies the burden of the fray ? But 
it mustjbe remembered that, especially in new countries, the condition of things is 
always rapidly changing, so that the truth of last year is the falsehood to-day, and any 
record of facts and opinions requires constant modification and revision. But what 
institution could so efiiciently carry on this work, as the Institute, which in the past 
has done it so successfully ? Moreover, while the general tone of thought regarding 
Imperial questions is, on both sides, most satisfactory, and there is everywhere the 
desire to promote friendly social intercourse, there are still problems connected with the 
Empire, in the solution of which the Royal Colonial Institute can give a helping hand. 
It is a melancholy fact that, in spite of mutual goodwill and Colonial preferences, 
British trade within the Empire does not grow by leaps and bounds. The Royal Colonial 
Institute has recently set on foot an Empire Trade and Industry Committee. Its 
objects are to encourage such trade and industry by arranging for the dehvery of 
addresses on financial, industrial and trade subjects by authorities before the Institute 



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itself and before Chambers of Commerce, trade bodies and like institutions in the 
leading industrial centres. There is the further object of facilitating, encouraging and 
arranging industrial conferences or meetings to be attended by men of affairs from any 
or all parts of the Empire, in order to discuss questions of common interest with a view 
to regulating and co-ordinating the conditions of Empire trade and industry. 

The new departure is of too recent date to expect, as yet, practical results, but it 
is manifest what a sphere of usefulness is here opened out, and how well adapted the 
Royal Colonial Institute is, by its situation and membership, to take the lead in such a 
movement. 

Again, there is the difficult subject of emigration. To a great extent indeed this 
question has been settling itself. Thus it is very striking how in recent years, without 
State action, the current of general British emigration has been diverted from the 
United States to the Overseas Dominions. At the same time there are many ways in 
which State action might be desirable. The Royal Colonial Institute has now a 
standing Emigration Committee representing both its own members and the leading 
emigration societies. This committee has recommended that an official committee 
shall be constituted consisting of representatives of the private emigration societies 
and of experts, including a chairman, nominated by the Government. This committee 
shall — 

(a) Advise on all general questions of policy affecting emigration. 

{b) Co-ordinate the emigration societies of the United Kingdom. 

(c) Take over the functions of the Emigrants' Information Office. 

(d) Deal with Labour Exchanges, Boards of Guardians, &c., on all matters con- 

nected with emigration. 

(e) Deal with the High Commissioners, &c., in regard to questions of emigration. 
Again, on the question of the emigration of women and of children the committee has 
made recommendations of far-reaching importance. This is not the place to discuss 
the details of their proposals ; all that we are concerned with here is the vigour and 
vitality of the parent institution of which they are the testimony and proof. 

Yet another new departure must be mentioned. Recognising that in these days 
of democracy the task of consolidating the Empire can no longer safely be left in the 
hands of the upper and middle classes, the Royal Colonial Institute is now seeking, 
by means of popular illustrated lectures, to bring home to the knowledge and the 
conscience of the people the resources of the Empire and the opportunities and respon- 
sibilities attending on its right use and development. This work has only recently 
been begun ; but it promises, if properly supported by the leading men in the great 
centres of population, to yield most valuable results. 

But while the Royal Colonial Institute has been busily at work extending its activi- 
ties in a practical direction, it has not forgotten its other function of being a store-house 
of knowledge. Some of us can speak with personal knowledge and gratitude of the 
benefit its admirable library has been in the pursuit of our studies. Nearly 90,000 
volumes and pamphlets, not one of which does not relate to the objects of the Institute, 
are a boon, the value of which it is impossible to exaggerate ; especially when they 
can be consulted under the guidance of a courteous and helpful Ubrarian. A special 
room has been set apart as a law library, which contains some 8000 volumes and 
statutes, law reports, treaties, &c. In the law library provision is also made for the 
storage and display of maps relating to all parts of the Empire. To give an idea of the 
Institute's resources it may be added that during the year 1910-11, 54,107 newspapers 
and magazines were received and ffied. Considering the benefits of membership it is 



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not astonishing to learn that the Royal Colonial Institute has now nearly 6,000 
Fellows, and that its growing importance, the widening of its scope and the increase 
of its membership have necessitated a great extension of its premises. The house in 
Northumberland Avenue has been almost entirely rebuilt on a larger area, and " as a 
result," we are told, " instead of the seven inconveniently small and inappropriate 
rooms formerly available, there are now twenty-five well-equipped rooms." 

These things do not indeed go to the heart of the matter. It is possible for great 
things to proceed from mean and stuSy surroundings, and a sumptuous club-house 
does not always produce an active spirit ; but when, as has been made manifest, the 
spirit is in the right place, it is surely well that the accessories of comfort and con- 
venience shall be added. 

There is one other subject, without mention of which any account of the Royal 
Colonial Institute would be deficient. Useful as had been the annual volume with its 
permanent record of the progress made during the year, it was generally recognised that 
PC influential a corporation should possess its own monthly organ, reflecting the various 
sides of its work. An editor was forthcoming who had both a practical knowledge 
of the Empire and was a trained litterateur. United Empire is still in its first youth j 
but already it has attained a wide circulation, and few will question the modest claim 
put forward in the Council's first Annual Report that it " has from month to 
month enabled those interested in the various Overseas Dominions to keep in touch 
with the more important aspects of Imperial development." Such, then, being the 
various grounds on which the Royal Colonial Institute has more than made good the 
aims of its founders, there is no one who cares for the Empire and the Empire's 
well-being who will not gratefully repeat " Esto •perpetua." 

H. E. Egerton. 



III.— HISTORICAL SKETCH. 



The Royal Colonial Institute is first and foremost a non-sectarian and non- 
political organisation which exists for the purpose of stimulating the loyalty of all 
Britons towards the Empire, using that term to mean the United Kingdom with the 
Great Dominions and the Smallest Dependencies beyond the Seas. To foster the love 
of Oversea Britons for the Motherland and to cultivate in the breasts of residents of 
the Self-Governing Dominions, Colonies, and India the feeling that neither the accident 
of birth overseas, nor the fact that a wider sphere has been chosen by a Briton born 
in the United Kingdom can in any way affect his British citizenship so long as his 
home is still under the British Flag, is the great mission of the Institute. 

The existence of the Royal Colonial Institute practically dates from June 26, 1868, 
when a meeting was held at Willis's Rooms, under the presidency of Viscount Bury, 
to promote the formation of a society which should assume, in relation to the Colonies, 
a position similar to that filled by the Royal Society as regards science, and the Royal 
Geographical Society as regards geography. The meeting, which comprised influential 
representatives of colonial interests, and members of the Imperial Legislature who had 
taken a prominent part in the discussion of colonial questions, unanimously agreed 
that it was desirable to establish an institution, above all mere party considerations, 
where persons from aU parts of the British Empire might exchange experiences, and 
where trustworthy information might be imparted to all inquirers. A provisional 

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committee was appointed, wliicli drew up rules — substantially the same as those now 
in operation — and reported to a general meeting on August 12, 1868, when the "Colonial 
Society " became constituted by the adoption of such rules for its government and the 
election of the first President and Council. 

A deputation of the Council waited upon His Grace the Duke of Buckingham and 
Chandos, Secretary of State for the Colonies, and the Right Hon. Sir Stafford North- 
cote, Secretary of State for India, with the object of obtaining their official sanction 
and support, which was most readily conceded. Those Ministers undertook that the 
Governors of the several Colonies should be addressed in favour of the Institute, which 
undertaking was carried into effect by their successors in office, the Right Hon. Earl 
Granville and His Grace the Duke of Argyll. As a result of this action, a large number 
of valuable works illustrative of the resources and progress of the Oversea Dominions, 
Colonies, and India have been added to the library. Numerous contributions have 
also been received from the Colonial Office and the India Office, and for some years 
past fuU particulars of the constitution and objects of the Institute have been pubhshed 
in the Colonial Office List, " on account of the importance of the subject to Colonists 
generally." The Institute is now officially included in the list of Institutions named 
in the Colonial Regulations, so that the whole of the Statutes of various parts of the 
Empire are regularly received. 

On March 10, 1869, the inaugural dinner was attended by the Prime Minister (the 
Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P.), the Secretary of State for the Colonies (the Right 
Hon. Earl Granville), and many other distinguished guests, and was regarded as a 
most successful demonstration in favour of the Colonies and the Unity of the Empire. 

The speeches at this banquet are of singular interest to-day. Mr. Gladstone's 
reminiscences of the " Colonial Department," in which he had served thirty-four years 
previously ; Sir George Cartier's attempt to explain Canadian Nationalism without 
wounding the susceptibilities of prejudiced Britons and his challenge to the United 
States as to the freedom of Canada under representative rather than democratic insti- 
tutions ; the reminder of Mr. Hugh C. E. Childers that sea-power and the Colonies 
are intimately connected, and that the sea is the connecting fink and not a barrier 
between the sons of a sea-going race — all these long-forgotten speeches will repay the 
attention of the historical student who cares to trace the great dynamic forces of the 
century to their origin. 

In June 1869 the prefix of the word " Royal " was graciously sanctioned by Her 
Majesty the Queen. Inconvenience arising from the similarity of the initial letters to 
those of the Royal College of Surgeons, the name of the Society was, by the vote of 
a general meeting on March 7, 1870, changed to the Royal Colonial Institute. 

In July 1871 His Grace the Duke of Manchester was elected President, in succession 
to Viscount Bury, who retired, and in June 1878 His Royal Highness the Prince of 
Wales was pleased to accept that office, afterwards becoming Patron as King Edward 
the Seventh, the Duke of Manchester maintaining his connection with the Institute 
as one of its Vice-Presidents and Chairman of the Council up to the time of his death 
in 1890, when the office of Chairman of the Council was abohshed. On his accession to 
the throne in 1910, His Majesty the King became Patron, and he was succeeded in 
the office of President by Field-Marshal H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught. During the 
year 1909, in view of the great extension of the work of the Institute, it was decided to 
revive the office of Chairman of the Council, and Lieut.-General Sir J. Bevan Edwards, 
K.C.M.G., C.B., was unanimously elected to that office. 

In September 1882 Her Majesty the Queen granted to the Institute a Royal Charter 




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of Incorporation, with perpetual succession and a common seal, in recognition of the 
fact that since its establishment it had " sedulously pursued the objects for which it 
was founded," and with a desire of " encouraging a design so laudable and salutary." 

The national importance of imparting to the rising generation a fuller and more 
accurate knowledge of the British Dominions and their resources has, from its found- 
ation engaged the attention of the Institute, and every opportunity has been taken 
to urge upon educational authorities and other pubUc bodies the need of giving greater 
prominence to the subject in the schools of the United Kingdom. As long ago as the 
year 1882 the Institute offered prizes for the best essays or papers on subjects connected 
with the British Dominions oversea. 

The Institute has never ceased to emphasise the fact that the Overseas Dominions 
afford a national outlet for the surplus population and capital of the Mother Country, 
and committees now deal with the questions of emigration and Empire trade and 
industry, their special functions being set forth in a separate section of this work. The 
education of the people of the Motherland as to the resources, trade, history and 
development of the Empire has been taken in hand by a special committee, and lectures 
are now being given in various parts of the United Kingdom with excellent results. 
In accordance with the objects for which the Institute was founded, it has for the 
past forty-four years taken a leading part in the national work of fostering and popular- 
ising the great principle of Imperial Solidarity throughout the length and breadth of 
the British Empire. 



IV.— ROYAL CHARTER. 
GRANT 

UNTO THE 

ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE 

OP 

HER MAJESTY'S ROYAL CHARTER OF INCORPORATION, 

DATED 26th SEPTEMBER, 1882. 

IDlCtOliH, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and 
Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, Empress of India, JLO all tO WbOlU these 
Presents shall come Greeting. 

XliUbCtCaS His Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince op Wales, K.G., 
and His Grace the Duke op Manchester, K.P., have by their Petition humbly 
represented to Us that they are respectively the President and Chairman of the 
Council of a Society established in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty- 
eight, and called by Our Royal Authority the Royal Colonial Institute, the objects of 
which Society are in various ways, and in particular by means of a place of Meeting, 
Library and Museum, and by reading papers, holding discussions, and undertaking 
scientific and other inquiries, as in the said Petition mentioned, to promote the 
increase and diffusion of knowledge respecting as well Our Colonies, Dependencies and 
Possessions, as Our Indian Empire, and the preservation of a permanent union between 
the Mother Country and the various parts of the British Empire, and that it would 
enable the said objects to be more effectually attained, and would be for the public 



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advantage if We granted to His Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince op Wales, 
K.G., William Drogo Montagu, Duke op Manchester, K.P., and the other Fellows 
of the said Society, Our Royal Charter of Incorporation. 

Hn& WbCCCSS it has been represented to Us that the said Society has, since its 
establishment, sedulously pursued the objects for which it was founded by collecting 
and diffusing information ; by publishing a Journal of Transactions ; by collecting a 
Library of Works relating to the British Colonies, Dependencies and Possessions, and 
to India ; by forming a Museum of Colonial and Indian productions and manufactures, 
and by undertaking from time to time scientific, hterary, statistical, and other inquiries 
relating to Colonial and Indian Matters, and publishing the results thereof. 

IROVV I^UOW ^C that We, being desirous of encouraging a design so laudable and 
salutary, of Our especial grace, certain knowledge and mere motion, have willed, 
granted and declared, and ^0 by these presents for Us, Our heirs and successors, will, 
grant and declare in manner following, that is to say : — 

1. His Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, and His Grace the 
Duke op Manchester, and such other of Our Loving Subjects as now are Fellows of 
the said Society, or shall from time to time be duly admitted Fellows thereof, and their 
successors, are hereby constituted, and shall for ever hereafter be by virtue of these 
presents one body politic and corporate by the name of the Royal Colonial Institute, 
and for the purposes aforesaid, and by the name aforesaid, shall have perpetual succes- 
sion and a Common Seal, with full power and authority to alter, vary, break, and renew 
the same at their discretion, and by the same name to sue and be sued in every Court 
of Us, Our heirs and successors, and be for ever able and capable in the law to purchase, 
receive, possess, hold and enjoy to them and their successors, any goods and chattels 
whatsoever, and to act in all the concerns of the said body politic and corporate as 
effectually for all purposes as any other of Our liege subjects, or any other body politic 
or corporate in the United Kingdom, not being under any disability, might do in their 
respective concerns. 

2. XTbe IRO^al Colonial 3-U3titUtC (in this Charter hereinafter called the 
Institute) may, notwithstanding the statutes of mortmain, take, purchase, hold and 
enjoy to them and their successors a Hall, or House, and any such messuages or here- 
ditaments of any tenure as may be necessary for carrying out the purposes of the 
Institute, but so that the yearly value thereof to be computed at the rack rent which 
might be gotten for the same at the time of the purchase or other acquisition, and 
including the site of the said Hall, or House, do not exceed in the whole the sum of Ten 
Thousand Pounds. H^^ \VC ^0 hereby grant Our especial Licence and authority 
unto all and every person and persons, bodies politic and corporate (otherwise com- 
petent), to grant, sell, alien and convey in mortmain unto and to the use of the Institute 
and their successors any messuages or hereditaments not exceeding the annual value 
aforesaid. 

3. TTbCVC shall be a Council of the Institute, and the said Council and General 
Meetings of the Fellows to be held in accordance with this Our Charter shall, subject 
to the provisions of this Our Charter, have the entire management and direction of the 
concerns of the Institute. 

4. XTbCVC shall be a President, Vice-Presidents, a Treasurer, and a Secretary of 
the Institute. The Council shall consist of the President, Vice-Presidents, and not 
less than twenty Councillors ; and the Secretary, if honorary. 



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5. His Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, shall be the first 
President of the Institute, and the other persons now being Vice-Presidents and 
Members of the Council of the Institute shall be the first Members of the Council, and 
shall continue such until an election of Officers is made under these presents. 

6. H General Meeting of the Fellows of the Institute shall be held once in every 
year, or oftener, and may be adjourned from time to time, if necessary, for the following 
purposes, or any of them : — 

(a) The election of the President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, and other 
Members of the Council. 

(6) The making, repeal, or amendment of rules and bye-laws for the Govern- 
ment of the Institute, for the regulation of its proceedings, for the admission or 
expulsion of Fellows, for the fixing of the number and functions of the Officers of 
the Institute, and for the management of its property and business generally, 

(c) The passing of any other necessary or proper resolution or regulation 
concerning the affairs of the Institute. 

7. ILbZ General Meetings and adjourned General Meetings of the Institute shall 
take place (subject to the rules of the Institute and to any power of convening or 
demanding a Special General Meeting thereby given) at such times as may be fixed by 
the Council. 

8. XTbC existing rules of the Institute, so far as not inconsistent with these presents, 
shall continue in force until and except so far as they are altered by any General Meeting. 

9. XTbC Council shall have the sole management of the income, funds, and property 
of the Institute, and may manage and superintend all other affairs of the Institute, 
and appoint and dismiss at their pleasure all salaried and other officers, attendants 
and servants as they may think fit, and may, subject to these presents and the rules 
of the Institute, do all such things as shall appear to them necessary and expedient for 
giving effect to the objects of the Institute. 

10. 'Gibe Council shall once in every year present to a General Meeting a report of 
the proceedings of the Institute, together with a statement of the receipts and expendi- 
ture, and of the financial position of the Institute, and every Fellow of the Institute 
may, at reasonable times to be fixed by the Council, examine the accounts of the 
Institute. 

11. XTbC Council may, with the approval of a General Meeting, from time to time 
appoint fit persons to be Trustees of any part of the real or personal property of the 
Institute, and may make or direct any transfer of such property necessary for the pur- 
poses of the trust, or may at their discretion take in the corporate name of the Institute 
Conveyances or Transfers of any property capable of being held in that name. Provided 
that no sale, mortgage, incumbrance or other disposition of any hereditaments belong- 
ing to the Institute shall be made unless with the approval of a General Meeting. 

12. IRO IRule, B^e^XaW, "IReSOlUtiOn, or other proceeding shall be made or 
had by the Institute, or any Meeting thereof, or by the Council, contrary to the General 



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Scope or true intent and meaning of this Our Charter, or the laws or statutes of Our 
Eealm, and anything done contrary to this present clause shall be void. 

3-n XilHttttCSS whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent. 

TMttltCSS Ourself at Our Palace at Westminster, the Twenty-sixth of September 
in the Forty-sixth year of Our reign. 

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RULES. 

Corrected up to the 5th March, 1912. 

Objects and Constitution. 



1. The Eoyal Colonial Institute is established to pro\dde a place of meeting for 
all gentlemen connected with the Colonies and British India, and others taking an 
interest in Colonial and Indian affairs ; to establish a Eeading-room and a Library, 
in which recent and authentic intelligence upon Colonial and Indian subjects may be 
constantly available, and a Museum for the collection and exhibition of Colonial and 
Indian productions ; to facilitate interchange of experiences amongst persons repre- 
senting all the Dependencies of Great Britain ; to afford opportunities for the reading of 
Papers, and for holding discussions upon Colonial and Indian subjects generally ; and 
to undertake scientific, hterary, and statistical investigations in connection with the 
British Empire. But no Paper shall be read, nor any discussion be permitted to take 
place, tending to give to the Institute a party character. 

2. The Institute consists of Eesident, Non-Eesident, and Honorary Fellows. 
Ladies may also be admitted to the enjoyment of certain privileges connected with the 
Institute and its property, but not to corporate membership. They shall be called 
Associates. An Associate shall be entitled to receive a copy of the Monthly Journal 
of the Institute, to attend any Meeting held for the reading of Papers or any Annual 
Provincial Conference of the Institute, and to attend the Annual Conversazione. A 
Eesident Fellow is a Fellow who has his permanent home in the United Kingdom. 
A Non-Eesident Fellow is a Fellow who has his permanent home outside the United 
Kingdom. 

3. The Institute shall not make or distribute any gift, dividend, division, or bonus, 
in money, unto or between any of its Fellows. 

4. The government of the Institute, and the management of all its concerns, are 
entrusted to the Council, subject to the Eules of the Institute. 

5. Every Eesident Fellow shall be eligible to fill any of the offices of the Council. 
Non-Eesident Fellows shall, subject to the provisions of the Eules, be eligible to fill the 
office of Vice-President. 



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6. The Council shall be chosen from the Fellows, and shall consist of a President, 
Vice-Presidents, of whom not more than one-third may be selected from Non-Eesident 
Fellows, twenty-four Councillors, a Treasurer, and a Secretary (when honorary). The 
Council shall have power to fill up any vacancies occurring in the above offices during 
the interval between the Annual Meetings ; such ad interim appointments to be subject 
to confirmation at the next succeeding Annual Meeting. 

7. A portion of the Council shall retire periodically, viz. the President every second 
year, and one-fourth, or the nearest number thereto and not exceeding the same, of the 
Vice-Presidents, and one-eighth, or the nearest number thereto and not exceeding the 
same, of the Councillors every year in rotation ; the names of those so retiring to be 
previously announced by the Council, as hereinafter provided. The President and 
Vice-Presidents so retiring shall be eligible for re-election, but the retiring Councillors 
shall not be eligible for re-election till one year shall have elapsed. 

8. The Vice-Presidents and the Councillors to retire in any year shall be those who 
have been longest in ofiice. As between two and more who have been in office an equal 
length of time, the Vice-President or Councillor, as the case may be, to retire, shall be 
determined by lot. The length of time a Vice-President or Councillor has been in 
office shall be computed from his last election. In the case of Non-Resident Vice- 
Presidents, the Council may, if they think it advantageous or desirable, exempt any 
such Non-Resident Vice-Presidents from such retirement by rotation, but this shall 
not affect the total number of retirements during any one year. 

9. If any Councillor shall fail to attend the Meetings of the Council for six consecu- 
tive calendar months, except by leave of the Council, the office of such Councillor shall 
thereupon become vacant. 

Admission, &c., of Fellows. 

10. Every gentleman, being a British subject, desirous of admission into the 
Institute as a Fellow, and every lady, being a British subject, desirous of admission 
to the privileges of an Associate, must be proposed and recommended according to 
the Form No. 1 in the Appendix hereto ; and such recommendation must be sub- 
scribed by two Fellows at least, one of whom must certify his personal knowledge 
and approval of such candidate. 

11. The certificate thus filled up shall be delivered to the Secretary, and shall 
be exhibited in a conspicuous place in the Rooms of the Institute for at least one 
week previous to election, in order that any Fellow objecting to the Candidate may 
communicate with the Council thereon. 

12. The election of Fellows and Associates is entrusted to the Council, and the 
names of those so elected shall be regularly announced from the chair at each Ordinary 
Meeting. 

13. Notice of Election shall be sent within three days to every newly elected 
Fellow or Associate, together with a copy of the Rules of the Institute and a List of 
the Fellows and Associates. But no election of a Fellow or Associate shall be complete, 
neither shall the name of any person so elected be printed in any list of the Institute, 
nor shall he or she be entitled to exercise any of the privileges of a Fellow or Associate, 
as the case may be, until he or she shall have paid his or her first year's subscription, 
in the case of a Fellow also his admission fee, or in the case of a Fellow have com- 
pounded for the same as hereinafter provided for ; and unless these payments be made 
within three calendar months from the date of election, such election shall be void ; 
this time may, however, be extended at the discretion of the Council. 



10 Royal Colonial Institute. 

14. Gentlemen resident in the Colonies or India, or elsewhere out of tlie United 
Kingdom, being Britisli subjects, may be elected as Non-Eesident Fellows in the 
same manner as Resident Fellows. Should any such Non-Resident Fellow come 
to the United Kingdom permanently to reside, he shall be required to pay an ad- 
mission fee of Three Pounds (less the sum, if any, paid by him as an admission fee 
on election as a Nou-Resident Fellow), and become a Resident Fellow of the 
Institute. 

15. The Council shall have the power of aj^pointing as Honorary Fellows, Foreigners 
or Colonists of distinction, or other persons, whose association with the Institute may 
be considered advantageous ; but such Honorary Fellows shall not be entitled to 
vote or fill any office in the Institute. 

16. Any Fellow or Associate may withdraw from the Institute by signifying his 
or her wish to do so by letter, addressed to the Secretary at the rooms of the Institute ; 
provided always that such Fellow or Associate shall continue to be liable ior his or 
her annual subscription for the year in which he or she signifies his or her wish to 
withdraw. He or she shall further continue liable for such annual subscription until 
he or she shall have discharged all sums, if any, due by him or her to the Institute, 
and shall have returned aU books or other property borrowed by him or her of the 
Institute ; or shall have made full compensation for the same, if lost or not forth- 
coming. Nothing in this Rule shall be construed so as to confer on any Associate 
any right or privilege not conferred upon her by Rule 2. 

17. The name of the Institute shall not be used as an address on any circular 
letter, report, correspondence, or document of a business character intended for 
publication, or any prospectus of a public company. 

18. Whensoever there shall appear to the Council to be cause for the removal of 
the name of any Fellow or Associate of the Institute from the List of Fellows or 
Associates, or on receipt of a requisition to that effect with the reasons stated and signed 
by not less than twenty Fellows of the Institute, the subject shall be taken into con- 
sideration by the Council ; and if the Members of the Council present in each case 
and being not less than twelve in number shall by a majority of not less than three- 
fourths determine to remove such Fellow or Associate, his or her name shall be can- 
celled in the Register of Fellows or Associates, provided that no such resolution shall 
be acted upon in the case of a Life Fellow unless the resolution of the Council to re- 
move such Fellow shall be confirmed by an ordinary majority at a subsequent Meeting 
of the Council at which not less than twelve Councillors are present. 

Fees and Subscriptions. 

19. Every Resident Fellow shall, on his election, be required to pay Three Pounds 
as his admission fee, and Two Pounds as his annual subscription for the year ending 
on the 31st December then next ensuing ; or he may compound for his annual sub- 
scription, either at his entrance by the payment of Twenty Pounds, or after the 
payment of five or more annual subscriptions by the payment of Fifteen Pounds. 

20. Every Non-Resident Fellow shall, on his election, be required to pay one 
Guinea as his admission fee, and One Guinea as his annual subscription for the 
year ending the 31st December then next ensuing ; or he may compound for such sub- 
scription by the payment of Ten Pounds ; or after the payment of twenty or 
more annual subscriptions by the payment of Five Pounds. Any Non-Resident 
Fellow who shall have become a Resident Fellow and wishes to compound, may 



Mules. 11 

do so by tKe payment of Twenty Pounds, or, if he shall have compounded as a 
Non-Resident Fellow, by the payment of the same sum as would have been required 
from a Resident Fellow, deducting the amount already paid on his compounding as 
a Non-Resident Fellow. 

21. Any Resident Fellow absent from the United Kingdom for the whole of any calen- 
dar year shall be liable to pay the Non-Resident Fellow's subscription of One Guinea 
only, if he shall have given notice in writing to the Secretary of his intended absence. 

22. Any Non-Resident Fellow arriving in the United Kingdom, and remaining 
in the United Kingdom for a period of six months, shall pay the Resident Fellow's 
subscription of Two Pounds per annum (less the amount already paid as a Non- 
Resident Fellow for that year), and shall continue to pay the same during his temporary 
stay in the United Kingdom. 

23. Every Associate shall, on her election, be required to pay One Pound as her 
annual subscription for the year ending 31st December then next ensuing. 

24. All subscriptions shall be due and payable on the 1st of January in each year. 

25. No Fellow shall be entitled to vote, and no Fellow or Associate shall be entitled 
to enjoy any other privilege of the Institute so long as he or she shall continue in 
arrear. Honorary Fellows are not required to make any payments. The amount 
of annual subscription to be paid by Fellows absent from England, or joining late in 
the year, or for a limited time, may be varied by the Council. 

26. A List of the Fellows and Associates who shall be in arrear at the time of the 
Annual Balance of the Accounts of the Institute shall be laid by the Treasurer before 
the Auditors to be certified by them. 

27. Once in every year the name of every Resident Fellow and every Associate 
in arrear for three months, or, in the case of a Non-Resident Fellow, for twelve months, 
together with a statement of the arrear, shall be reported to the Council by the Finance 
Committee, and immediate notice of the same, with an account of such arrear, shall 
be forwarded to each such Fellow or Associate, whose name shall have been so reported, 
at his or her last known address. If the arrear be not paid within one calendar month, 
or, in the case of a Non-Resident Fellov/, within twelve calendar months from the 
date of such notice, or within such further time as the Council may grant upon special 
cause to them shown, the name of the Fellow or Associate so reported, together with 
a statement of the arrear, shall be suspended in the Rooms of the Institute. If the 
arrear shall not be discharged within three months after such suspension, the Council 
may remove the name of such Fellow or Associate from the List of Fellows or Associates. 

Council. 

28. The President, two Vice-Presidents, or any four Councillors, may at any time 
call a Special Meeting of the Council, and when such Meeting is to be held every Member 
of the Council residing in the United Kingdom shall be summoned by notice specifying 
the object thereof. 

29. In all Meetings of the Council five shall be a quorum ; and all questions shall 
be decided by open vote, unless a ballot be demanded by any three Fellows present. 

30. Minutes of the proceedings of every Meeting of the Council shall be taken during 
their progress, in a rough book, by the Secretary, or, in case of his absence, by a Fellow 
present, whom the President or Chairman shall appoint for the occasion ; they shall 
be afterwards copied into a fair Minute-book to be kept for that purpose, read at the 
next Meeting of the Council, and, when confirmed, signed by the President or Chairman. 



12 Royal Colonial Institute. 

31. The Accounts of tlie Institute shall be from time to time examined by the 
Council, who shall present and cause to be read to the Annual Meeting a complete 
statement thereof, together with a report on the general affairs of the Institute during 
the preceding year. 

32. The Council shall, from time to time, publish the proceedings and transactions 
of the Institute, and accompany them with maps, papers, and other matter, as occasion 
may require. 

33. Each Fellow shall be entitled to a copy of the publications of the Institute ; 
but the mode of distribution shall be decided by the Council. 

34. The Council shall, so soon as convenient, establish a Library, Keading-room, 
and Museum, to which all Fellows, and strangers provided with an order from a Fellow, 
shall be admitted, under such restrictions as may appear to the Council necessary. 

35. The Council may appoint persons, not being Members of the Council, to be 
salaried Officers, Clerks, or Servants, for carrying on the necessary concerns of the 
Institute, and may define the duties to be performed by them respectively ; and may 
allow to them respectively such salaries, gratuities, and privileges as to the Council 
may seem proper ; and may suspend or discharge any Officer, Clerk, or Servant from 
office, whenever there shall seem to them occasion for so doing. 

36. The Council may appoint in any Colony or Dependency of the British Empire, 
or elsewhere when it may seem expedient, one or more Fellows as Corresponding 
Secretary or Secretaries. 

Committees. 

37. There shall be three permanent working Committees of Council, namely : 
1st, Finance and House ; 2nd, Library and Museum ; 3rd, Papers and Publications. 

38. Twice at least in each year a Committee of the Council shall examine, in detail, 
the state of the Household, the Secretary's department, and the degree of care displayed 
in keeping the Official Books, the Library, the Museum, &c. 

39. The Council may refer particular subjects to Committees, and such Committees 
shall report to the Council the result of their proceedings. 

40. AH Committees shall be appointed by the Council. The President, Chairman 
of the Council, and Secretary (when honorary) shall, ex officio, be Members of all 
Committees. 

41. No act, order, or resolution of any Committee shall bind the Institute unless it 
be done or made by the direction and authority of the Council, or be ratified by them. 

42. It shall be competent for the Council to invite the co-operation of persons, 
not Fellows of the Institute, but who have special knowledge of any particular subject, 
and to place such persons on any Committee which may be appointed. 

President. 

43. The President, when present, presides at all Meetings of the Council and of the 
Fellows. The CouncU shall annually elect a Chairman of the Council, who shall hold 
office for one year, and shall be eligible for re-election, and shall preside in the ab- 
sence of the President. In the absence of the President, and of the Chairman of the 
Council, one of the Vice-Presidents, or one of the Members of the Council, shall supply 
the place of the President or Chairman of the Council. 

44. It is the duty of the Chairman of the Council to carry out the Rules of the 
Institute, to see that all the Officers of the Institute, and Members of the Council and 



Rules. 13 

of Committees perform the duties assigned to or undertaken by them respectively ; 
to call for Keports and Accounts from Committees and persons ; to cause of his own 
authority, and, when necessary. Special Meetings of the Council and of the Committees 
to be summoned ; and to propose, from time to time, to the Council such measures 
as shall appear to him conducive to the welfare of the Institute. 

45. It is the duty of the Chairman of the Council, conjointly with the Council, 
to consider and resolve on the names of Fellows who are to be recommended at the 
Annual Meeting to fill up all vacant offices. 

46. When prevented from being present at the Meetings of the Fellows or Council, 
or from otherwise attending to the current business of the Institute, the Chairman of 
the Council will be expected to give timely notice thereof to one of the Vice-Presidents, 
or, in their absence, to some other Member of the Council, or to the Secretary, in order 
that his place may be properly supplied. 

47. The President, or, in his absence, the Chairman for the time being, shall have 
power to rule and regulate the discussions arising at any Meeting of the Institute. 

48. In all Meetings of the Institute and Council, except in the cases otherwise 
provided for, the decision of a majority of the Fellows voting shall be considered as 
a decision of the Meeting, the President or Chairman having a casting vote, in addition 
to his own vote. 

Treasurer. 

49. The Treasurer has special charge of all Accounts, and shall see to the collection 
of all sums of money due to the Institute, which, when received, shall be immediately 
paid to the Bankers of the Institute. 

50. In concert with the Secretary, the Treasurer shall keep a List of the Fellows 
of the Institute, with the name and address of each accurately set forth, which List, 
with all Books of Account, shall be laid on the table at every Ordinary Meeting of the 
Council. 

51. He shall pay all Accounts due by the Institute, as soon as they have been ex- 
amined and approved by the Council, But no drafts on its Bankers shall be payable 
unless signed by two of the Council and countersigned by the Secretary. The Accounts 
of the Treasurer shall be annually audited by a firm of Chartered Accountants appointed 
by the Fellows at the Annual General Meeting. 

Ordinary Meetings. 

52. The Ordinary Meetings shall be held on such evenings, and at such hour, as 
may from time to time be fixed by the Council. 

53. Visitors, if introduced by Fellows, may be present at the Ordinary Meetings, 
such privilege of introducing Visitors being limited to one only for each Fellow ; but 
should a Fellow desire to introduce a second visitor he can obtain from the Secretary 
a special card of admission. 

54. At the Ordinary Meetings the order of proceedings shall be as follows : — 

A. The Minutes of the last Meeting to be read, and, if their accuracy be not 
questioned by the Meeting, to be signed by the President or Chairman. 

B. Election of Candidates to be announced. 

C. Papers and Communications to be read and discussed. 

55. At the Ordinary Meetings of the Institute nothing relating to its Kules or 



14 Royal Colonial Institute. 

Management, except as regards the election of Fellows, shall be brought forward, 
unless the same shall have been announced in the notice calling the Meeting, or be 
otherwise provided for in these Rules. But the Minute-book of the Council shall 
be on the table at each Meeting, and extracts therefrom may be read to the Meeting 
on the requisition of any Fellow. 

56. No paper shall be read at any Ordinary Meeting of the Institute unless it 
shall have been approved of by the Council or by the Committee on Papers and 
Publications ; but this approval shall not be taken as expressing an opinion upon the 
statements made or the arguments used in such Paper. 

Special Meetings. 

57. The Council may at any time call a Special General Meeting of the Institute, 
and it shall be imperative on the Council to summon such Meeting, whenever required 
in writing so to do by at least twenty-five Fellows of the Institute. 

58. A week's notice at least of the time when, and the object for which, every 
Special Meeting is to be holden shall be sent to every Resident Fellow and to every 
Non-Resident Fellow of the Institute who has registered an address for service in the 
United Kingdom ; and no other business than that of which notice has been thus 
given shall be entered upon or discussed at such Meeting. 

59. A Special General Meeting, convened as herein provided, may be holden on 
any one of the days appointed for the Ordinary General Meetings, in which case the 
special business shall be entered upon immediately after the ordinary business of the 
day is closed. 

60. Thirty Fellows must be present to constitute a Special General Meeting. 

Annual Meeting. 

61. The Annual Meeting shall be held not later than the month of May. 

62. Every Non-Resident Fellow shall be at liberty to register at the Institute 
an address for service of notices in the United Kingdom. 

63. Notice of this Meeting shall be sent to every Resident Fellow and to every 
Non-Resident Fellow of the Institute who has registered an address for service in 
the United Kingdom, together with the Voting List referred to in Rule 65, and such 
notice and Voting List shall be sent as soon after the Ordinary Meeting referred to 
in Rule 65 as possible, and at least fourteen days before the day of the Annual Meeting. 
Notice of the Annual Meeting shall also be inserted in two or more English newspapers 
at least one week before the day of the Meeting. 

64. The business of this Meeting shall be to receive and discuss the Annual Report 
of the Council, to hear the President's Address, to announce the result of the voting 
for the election of Fellows to fill the vacancies on the Council, and to consider such 
business as shall be brought forward by the Council or with the sanction of the Council, 
and which shall have been stated in the notice convening such Meeting. 

65. For the purpose of filling the vacancies annually occurring under the provisions 
of Rule 7 in the Council, the Council shall prepare a List of Fellows, to be nominated 
by them as suitable to fill the vacancies to occur at the end of the year in the offices 
of President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Councillors. The Council shall nominate 
a sufiicient number of Fellows to fill the vacancies for that year, and then there shall 
be added to such List the name of any Fellow nominated since the last Annual General 
Meeting in writing by not less than twenty Resident Fellows for the office of Councillor, 



Rules. 15 

the consent in writing of such Candidate having been first obtained and forwarded 
with the nomination to the Secretary at least twenty-eight days previous to the date 
of the Annual Meeting. Provided always, that no Resident Fellow (who is not a 
member of the Council) may nominate more than one Fellow for the office of Councillor 
in any one year. Such List shall be the Voting List for the Annual Election. If no 
Fellow shall be nominated for the office of Councillor aforesaid in addition to the 
nominations by the Council, the Fellows nominated by the Council to fill the vacancies 
in the various offices for that year shall be deemed respectively elected without any 
ballot being necessary, and the Voting List need not be printed and circulated. If 
there shall be additional nominations for the office of Councillor the Voting List shall 
be printed, and a copy thereof sent by post, with all requisite instructions for voting 
and an official envelope, with the notice convening the Annual Meeting, to every 
Resident Fellow and every Non-Resident Fellow of the Institute who has registered an 
address for service in the United Kingdom, and shall be returned in the official envelope 
to the Secretary, duly filled up and signed by such Fellow, at least three clear days 
before the Annual Meeting. At the Ordinary Meeting next before each Annual 
Meeting two Fellows shall be chosen to act as Scrutineers for the purpose of the voting 
for the ensuing year, one of whom shall be nominated and appointed by and on behalf 
of the Council, and the other by and on behalf of the Fellows. The Scrutineers so 
appointed whenever a ballot takes place shall, prior to the Annual Meeting, open 
the official envelopes received by the Secretary containing the Voting Lists and count 
the votes and report in writing to the Council the names of those duly elected, together 
with the names of those, if any, for whom an equality of votes may have been cast. In 
the event of an equality of votes, the result shall be determined by vote of the Council 
on the day of the Annual Meeting. Any Voting List on which a Fellow has voted 
for a number, either more or less, than the necessary number of persons to fill up 
the vacancies in the offices of President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, and Councillors 
respectively, shall be rejected by the Scrutineers. The Notice of Meeting and the 
Voting List shall be in the form set forth in the Schedule to these Rules, or as near 
thereto as may be. 

66. The chair shall be taken at the hour appointed in the Notice of the Meeting, 
or as soon thereafter as twenty Fellows shall be present. 

Alteration op Rules. 

67. Any alteration in these Rules, recommended by the Council, may be proposed 
at the Annual Meeting, or may be submitted at any Ordinary or Special Meeting, 
notice thereof having been given under the provisions of Rule 55, provided that 
such proposed alteration shall have been exhibited in a conspicuous place in the 
Rooms of the Institute, for at least one calendar month previous to the Meeting at 
which it shall be submitted. 

68. Any twenty-five Fellows may propose to the Council any new Rule, or 
the alteration or repeal of any existing Rule, by letter addressed to the Secretary ; 
and, if dissatisfied with the answer of the Council, they may require that their pro- 
position be referred to a Special General Meeting, which the Council shall convene 
for that purpose within one calendar month after receiving such requisition. 

69. No repeal or alteration of any of these Rules, nor addition thereto, shall be 
considered valid unless concurred in by three-fourths of the Fellows present and 
voting in each case. 



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APPENDIX I. 



CERTIFICATE OF CANDIDATE FOR ELECTION. 



Name in full 
Title or Profession 



Residence 



a British Subject, being desirous of admission into the ROYAL COLONIAL 
INSTITUTE, We, the undersigned, recommend as 

eligible for Election as a 

Dated this day of , 19 , 



.F.R.C.L 



> from personal knowledge. 



.F.R.C.L 



Proposed 19 



Elected 19 



The Description and Residence of Candidates must be clearly stated. 



Notice of Annual Meeting. 17 

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING. 



Royal Colonial Ikstittjte, 

Northumberland Avenue, 

London, W.C 

19 



Dear Sir, — 



I am instructed to inform you that the Annual General Meeting of the Fellows will be held 
at on the 

May, 19 at o'clock, to receive and discuss the Annual Report of the Council, 

to hear the President's Address, to announce the result of the Voting for the Election of 
FeUows to fill the vacancies on the Council, and to consider the following business : — 

(A) 
(B) 

The Council have, in accordance with the Rules, prepared a List of Fellows nominated as 
suitable to fill the vacancies to occur at the end of the year in the offices of President, Vice- 
Presidents, Treasurer, and Councillors. 

The President retires, pursuant to Rule 7, at the end of the present year, but is eligible and 
is nominated for re-election. 

The following Vice-Presidents retire, pursuant to the same rule, and are also eligible and 
nominated for re-electeion : — 



The following Councillors also retire pursuant to Rule 7 — 



and are not eligible for re-election this year. 



Aimexed is a copy of the total List of Fellows nominated to fill the above vacancies which, 
pursuant to Rule 65, is to be the Voting List for the Annual Election. It is to be signed and 
returned in the official envelope enclosed herewith to the Secretary at least three clear days 
before the Annual Meeting. 

Your attention is particularly requested to the instructions at the foot of the Voting List. 

I am, dear Sir. 

Your obedient servant. 

Secretary, 





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Royal Colonial Institute. 



ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE. 



VOTING LIST. 



To he signed and returned on or before the 



19 



President. 


SPACE FOR X. 










Vice-Presidents ( names must be voted for and 

no more.) 




1 






2 






3 






4 






5 






6 






7 






Councillors ( names must be voted for and no 

more.) 




1 






2 






3 


! 


4 






5 






6 






7 






8 


1 




Treasurer. 









DiEEcnoNS TO Fellows using voting List. 

1. Tlie voter is to put a X against the names of those for whom he wishes to vote. Kothing eke may be wTitten 
on any Voting List, and the Voting List must be signed by the voter. 

2. Any Voting List on which a Fellow has voted for a number, either more or less, than the number of persons 
necessary to fill up the vacancies in the respective offices wiU be rejected by the Scrutineere. 

3. The voter may not in forwarding the Voting List use any envelope other than the one enclosed for his particular 
use, wluch must be fastened down and the postage prepaid. 

4. By Rule 25 no Fellow shall be entitled to vote if his subscription is in arrear. 

^*^ // the foregoing directions be not complied with by any voter his List iiill be rejected and his votes will he lost. 

Date 

Signature of Fellow 

Address 



Form of Bequest. 19 



FORM OF BEQUEST. 



5 bCilUCatb the sum of £ to the Koyal Colonial Institute, 

Incorporated by Royal Charter 1882, and I declare that the receipt of the 
Treasurer for the time being of the said Corporation shall be an effectual 
discharge for the said Bequest which I direct to be paid within calendar 

months after my decease, without any reduction whatsoever, whether on account 
of Legacy Duty thereon or otherwise, out of such part of my estate as may 
be lawfully applied for that purpose. 



Those persons who feel disposed to benefit the Royal Colonial 
Institute hy Legacies are recommended to adopt the above Form of 
Bequest. 



o2 



20 Royal Colonial Institute. 



v.— THE INSTITUTE BUILDING. 

In the year 1869 the Institute occupied two rooms in the Westminster Palace Hotel, 
temporary oflQ.ce-room having been previously given in Victoria Chambers by Sir 
George Verdon, a Member of the Council. In the following year, rooms were acquired 
at 26 Suffolk Street, Pall Mall East. In 1871 the subject of house accommodation was 
again considered, and on November 20 of that year three rooms, constituting the first 
floor of 15 Strand, were engaged at an annual rental of £150, This accommodation 
was extended by taking in the upper floor of that house on January 7, 1873. 

In the year 1883 it was decided to acquire a permanent home for the Institute in 
lieu of the very inadequate premises hitherto occupied. The lease of a site in Northum- 
berland Avenue — the freehold of which has since been purchased — was secured, and, 
after a total expenditure of £50,000, -part of the present substantial and commodious 
building was occupied in 1885, 

The growing importance of the Institute, the widening of its scope, and increase of 
its membership rendered extension of the premises in occupation a matter of pressing 
urgency, and in June 1910 the opportunity was aSorded to absorb and consoUdate 
the whole property for the use and benefit of the Fellows. 

Under a reconstruction scheme the premises in Northumberland Avenue were 
almost entirely rebuilt, with the idea of providing more suitable and adequate accom- 
modation. As a result, instead of the seven inconveniently small and inappropriate 
rooms formerly available, there are twenty-five well-equipped rooms, and the 
building as it now stands consists of five stories apportioned as follows : In 
the basement is the parliamentary library, and library store-rooms, together with 
lavatories, &c. On the ground floor is the entrance-hall, on the left of which is a 
general-room in which smoking is allowed and the daily papers, writing materials, &c., 
are available. On the right is a reception-room in which ladies, as well as the Fellows, 
can obtain tea and coffee, and meet their friends. On the right again are the hail 
porter's lodge where Fellows obtain their correspondence, and the general office, in 
which is the chief clerk's room. On the mezzanine floor is the secretary's room and 
the typewriting department. The general library occupies the whole of the first 
floor. On the half -landing between the first and second floors is the Law library and 
map-room. On the second floor, occupying the whole of the frontage to Northumber- 
land Avenue and the portion of the Craven Street premises, is the newspaper-room, 
a spacious apartment in which the newspapers, official gazettes, &c., from aU 
parts of the Empire are regularly filed. On the third floor are the council-room and 
smoking-room, and on the fourth floor the editorial department, the Empire lectures 
department, the housekeeper's quarters, and some small rooms which can be used 
either as students' rooms, private conference rooms, or as dressing-rooms. 




RECEPTION ROOM 




Puhlications. 21 



VI.— PRIVILEGES OF FELLOWS AND ASSOCIATES. 

MemhersJii'p. — The Institute consists of Eesident and Non-Resident Fellows, and 
Lady Associates (who must be British Subjects), elected by the Council on the nomina- 
tion of two Fellows, one of whom at least must sign on personal knowledge. A 
Resident Fellow (who has a permanent home in the United Kingdom) pays an entrance 
fee of £3 and an annual subscription of £2 ; a Non-Resident Fellow (who has his 
permanent home outside the United Kingdom) pays an entrance fee of £1 Is. (which 
is increased to £3 when taking up permanent residence in the United Kingdom) and 
an annual subscription of £1 Is. (which is increased to £2 when in the United Kingdom 
for more than six months). Lady Associates pay an annual subscription of £1. 
Resident Fellows can compound for the annual subscription by the payment of £20, 
or after five years' annual subscriptions of £2 on payment of £15 ; and Non-Resident 
Fellows can compound for the non-resident annual subscription on payment of £10, or 
after the payment of twenty or more annual subscriptions on the payment of £5. 

Privileges of Fellows. — The privileges of Fellows, whose subscriptions are not in 
arrear, include the use of the Institute building, which comprises reading, writing, 
reception, and smoking-rooms ; a library containing nearly 90,000 volumes and 
pamphlets relating to the history, government, trade, resources and development 
of the British Dominions, The history of every British possession from its commence- 
ment can be studied here by the future historian of the British Empire, and the whole 
history of British Exploration from Hakluyt downwards is available for students. 
The newspaper-room contains files of 670 of the leading journals, magazines, and 
reviews of all parts of the Empire, which are regularly received and filed. Books may 
be borrowed — subject to the library regulations — and the correspondence of Fellows 
may be addressed to the care of the Institute, a permanent postal and telegraphic 
address being thus aSorded. Fellows are entitled to be present at the ordinary 
meetings, and to introduce one visitor ; to be present at any annual provincial 
conference ; to be present at the annual conversazione, and to introduce a lady. 
The Institute is open on week-days from 9.30 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

Journal. — The monthly journal, entitled United Empire, traverses as far as 
possible the whole field of Imperial activities, and is forwarded to all Fellows whose 
addresses are known, free of charge. 

Lady Associates. — An Associate shall be entitled to receive a copy of the monthly 
journal of the Institute, to attend any meeting held for the reading of Papers or any 
annual provincial conference of the Institute, and to attend the annual conversazione. 



VIL— PUBLICATIONS. 

Annual Volume of "Proceedings. 



In the year 1869 the first volume of the " Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute " 
was issued. It contained a complete report of the meeting called by public advertise- 
ment for the purpose of adopting measures for forming an Association to be called 
the Colonial Society, at which speeches were made by Viscount Bury (afterwards the 



22 Royal Colonial Institute. * 

Earl of Albemarle), the Eight Hon. Chichester Fortescue, M.P., Mr, Leonard Wray, 
Mr. A, H. Louis, the Marquis of Normanby, Mr. Baillie Cochrane, M.P., Sir H. Drum- 
mondjWolff, Mr. Edward Wilson, Mr. W.^B. Hume, Sir Charles Nicholson, Mr. Henry 
Braine, Mr. Marsh, M.P., and Mr. Selim Jackson. A full account of the proceedings 
at the inaugural dinner, at which Viscount Bury presided, also appear in the volume. 
It was a memorable occasion in view of the fact that a large number of the leading 
politicians of the time representing the Motherland and the Overseas Dominions, 
Colonies and India were present, including Mr. Gladstone, Earl Granville, the Duke 
of Manchester, Sir Bartle Frere, Sir Charles Nicholson, Sir George E. Cartier, Sir Charles 
Clifford, Sir George Verdon, Sir George Macleay, Captain Charles Sturt, Sir James A. 
Youl, Mr. W. C. Wentworth, and many other distinguished men. In the report of the 
inaugural meeting, which was held in the Theatre of the Institution of Civil Engineers 
on March 15, 1869, Viscount Bury referred at some length to the great increase in the 
number of scientific and literary institutions which was observable at that time, and 
emphasised the fact that in his opinion an unnecessary number of institutions differing 
only slightly from each other in the objects which they profess to aim at, fritter away 
in the expenses of management funds which, under a system of cordial co-operation, 
would be available for more extended and practical usefulness. He claimed that there 
was no society or body of men in existence in England dealing with the one great 
object of the Society — the diffusion of accurate information upon Colonial subjects 
among our countrymen. The first Paper read before the Institute dealt with '' The 
Relations of the Colonies to the Mother Country," which was written by Mr. W. 
Westgarth, and is a subject that has always occupied a prominent place in the annual 
programme of the Institute. The Institute, through its publications, has done a vast 
amount of valuable work, more especially in diffusing accurate information to those 
in this country desiring to gain a knowledge of the various Overseas Possessions, as 
well as in shaping public opinion by quiet and steady educational work. The first 
volume of the " Proceedings " contained 216 pages, and the second 166. In 
succeeding years the size of the volume of " Proceedings " varied between 400 and 500 
pages. The " Proceedings " continued to be issued until the year 1909, when they 
were replaced by a monthly journal entitled United Empire. Forty volumes in 
all were issued. 

The " Journal." 

In the year 1890 it was decided to issue an additional publication to be known as 
the " Journal of the Royal Colonial Institute," to be published in advance of and in 
addition to the annual volume of " Proceedings." The first number appeared in 
December 1890, and it was issued during eight months of each year, viz. from 
December to July inclusive, until December 1909. The number of volumes issued 
was nineteen. 

" United Empire." 

During the year 1909, it having been decided that a review, or magazine, would be 
one of the most effective means for widening the sphere of influence of the Institute 
and increasing its popularity and usefulness, a new monthly journal, entitled United 
Empire, was issued on January 1, 1910, which superseded both the annual volume 
of " Proceedings " and the " Journal." This review is designed to traverse as far as 
possible the whole field of Imperial activities, and cannot fail to prove of advantage 




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to the trader, manufacturer and farmer, as well as to officials, politicians and others 
in all parts of the Empire. The yearly volume averages about one thousand pages, 
and contains numerous maps, illustrations and diagrams. Its contents comprise the 
Papers read at the meetings of the Institute, articles contributed by recognised authori- 
ties on Imperial questions, editorial notes, &c. Special sections are devoted to reviews 
and notices of books, pamphlets, &c., relating to all parts of the Overseas Empire ; to 
information regarding Empire trade and industry ; and to Greater Britain notes. 
The journal, which is not only sent to every Fellow and Associate of the Institute, 
but to institutions and clubs throughout the Empire, is edited by Mr. Archibald K. 
Colquhoun. 



VIII.— MEETINGS. 



The ordinary general meetings of the Institute at which Papers are read or addresses 
delivered are held on the second Tuesdays during the months of November to June at 
8.30 P.M. Afternoon meetings for the same purpose are also held during the above 
mentioned months at 4 p.m. The Papers are often illustrated by lantern slides, and 
the subjects are so selected as to embrace all parts of the Overseas Empire. A discus- 
sion takes place upon all occasions. The evening meetings are preceded by a dinner, 
which takes place at 7 o'clock, and is attended by Fellows and their friends, both 
ladies and gentlemen, representing all parts of the Empire, and so assists in promoting 
acquaintanceship amongst them. The following Papers were read and discussed 
during the Session 1911-12 : — 

" Empire Trade Relations." By Ben. H. Morgan. 

" Sierra Leone and its Commercial Expansion." By T. J. Alldridge, I.S.O. 

" The New Day in Rhodesia." By Charles W. Boyd, C.M.G. 

" The Past, Present and Future of Australia." By Right. Hon. Sir George H. Reid, 

K.C.M.G. 
" A Higher and Truer Imperialism." By Right Hon. Sir Joseph Ward, Bart., K.C.M.G. 
" Imperial Telegraphs." By Charles Bright, F.R.S.E., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E. 
" True ImperaHsm." By Dr. George R. Parkin, C.M.G. 
" British and German Influence in West Africa." By Mrs. Mary Gaunt. 
" The Outlying Islands of New Zealand." By Lord Plunket, G.C.M.G., K.C.V.O. 
" Burma : the Cinderella." By Sir J. George Scott, K.C.I.E. 
" Impressions of the Commonwealth of Australia." By the Earl of Dudley, G.C.B., 

G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 



IX.— THE LIBRARY. 



The library of the Royal Colonial Institute contains nearly ninety thousand 
volumes and pamphlets relating to the British Dominions, Colonies, and India, or 
discussing problems of administration and colonisation. One of the objects for which 



24 Royal Colonial Institute. 

the Institute was founded was the formation of sucli a library, but owing to lack of 
funds little progress was made until the Council were in a position to vote a small 
annual grant. In 1881, thirteen years after the foundation of the Institute, the library 
only contained 2500 volumes, but from about the year 1886 substantial progress 
was made, so that at the present time it can claim to possess the most complete 
collection of colonial literature brought together under one roof. Although many 
valuable and necessary books were annually purchased, the substantial increase of recent 
years is largely attributable to donations from the various Overseas Governments and 
India, the Secretaries of State, the different learned societies, Chambers of Commerce, 
and other public bodies, and from publishers and authors in all parts of the Empire. 
Co-operation from these quarters has enabled the Institute to gather together a unique 
collection which is of great value to students of Empire topics and to all those who are 
seeking information with regard to the administration, resources, trade, history, law, 
ethnology, and general conditions of the wide domains under the British flag. The 
library, the main portion of which is situated on the first floor of the Institute building, 
is divided into as many sections as there are separate administrative units within the 
Empire. These sections are further subdivided according to subjects, so that all the 
books on a given topic are found together on the shelves. To take a specific example : 
under Canada will be found the books dealing with the history, agriculture, fauna, 
education, &c., of the Dominion, each contained in separate divisions. The parlia- 
mentary library, which contains the Blue-books, parliamentary reports, debates, 
sessional papers, government gazettes, and general official literature issued by the 
Overseas Governments, is contained in the basement. In these official publications 
is hidden away an immense amount of information of value to students of sociology, 
history, ethnology, &c. Of specially important publications may be mentioned the 
various geological, archaeological, ethnological, and other surveys, the gazetteers 
issued by the Indian Government, and the different departmental reports. This room 
has been fitted with rolling book-stacks which contain long sets of periodicals, agricul- 
tural journals, and publications of a similar nature, including a collection of colonial 
municipal reports, regulations, and mayors' minutes. On the ground floor are some 
of the proceedings of the learned and literary societies, many of which are of great 
importance. It is only necessary to name a few, such as the Royal Society of Canada, 
the Royal Societies of Victoria and other Australian States, the Royal Geographical 
Societies of the different provinces of the Empire, as well as the British and Foreign 
Geographical Societies, such as those of London, Liverpool, Paris, Lisbon, Vienna, 
Madrid, and Antwerp. Next to the general library, on the first floor, is situated the 
law library and map-room. This portion of the library is one of its most valuable 
sections, for it not only contains almost complete sets of the statutes of the Dominions, 
Colonies, and India, but also long sets of the various law reports and law journals and 
many treatises on special aspects of Colonial law. 

The practical importance of the law library has been demonstrated by the frequent 
reference to its contents by lawyers engaged upon Privy Council and other legal work 
connected with the Dominions and Crown Colonies. In the law library is also kept 
an extensive collection of several thousand maps and charts, presented mainly by 
the Admiralty, the War Office, and the Overseas Governments. 

The additions to the library are catalogued upon cards, and every item which 
deals in any way with the British Empire, be it book, pamphlet, or magazine article, 
is carefully noted for future reference. The first printed catalogue was published 
in 1881, and the last in 1901, since which date no catalogue has been issued for 








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distribution. The printed catalogues form a fairly complete bibliography of the literary 
activities of the Empire, and the manuscript catalogues reveal the immense range of 
literature published during recent years. Amongst the treasures of the library are 
many books of great value and rarity, both bibliographically and historically. 
The collection of drawings made by William Westall, A.K.A., who accompanied 
Flinders on his expedition to the shores of Australia in 1801-2, is unique, as are 
those of scenes in the Transvaal and in Khodesia made by A. A. Anderson. The 
collection of books relating to Australia is extensive, and contains the chief col- 
lections of voyages to the South Seas, a valuable set of Gould's Birds, and many 
scarce pamphlets. The Dominion of Canada is also well represented, and amongst 
the rarer books may be noted Colden's " History of the Five Nations " (1747) ; Jeffrey's 
" Natural and Civil History of the French Dominions in North and South America " 
(1761) ; Eogers' " Account of North America " (1765) ; Sagard's " Le Grand Voyage du 
Pays des Hurons " (1632) ; Bacqueville's " Histoire de I'Amerique Septentrionale " ; 
Charlevoix' " Histoire de La Nouvelle France " (1744), and the celebrated series of 
the Jesuit Relations. The literature relating to the West Indies is extensive, and 
contains Davies' " History of the Caribby Islands" (1666) ; Burton's " Enghsh Empire 
in America " (1685) ; Blome's " Jamaica " (1672), and Hickeringill's " Jamaica Viewed," 
an extremely rare publication issued in 1661. The African section. Eastern, Western, 
and Southern, is of great interest. Here are the sumptuous volumes issued by Ogilby 
in 1670, containing some of the earliest illustrations of the Cape, the quaint literary 
hoax written by Damberger in 1801, Kolbe's " Present State of the Cape " (1718), and 
the works of the principal African voyagers and discoverers, such as Sparmann, 
Paterson, Barrow, Lichtenstein, Le Vaillant, Latrobe, Burchell, and many others. A 
splendid edition of Daniell's " African Scenery and Animals," and other rare 
illustrated works add distinction to this section of the library. The Indian section 
also contains many of the more important works relating to India, and a special section 
is devoted to Egypt and the Sudan. Nor are the smaller dependencies neglected. 
There is quite a collection of literature relating to the Falkland Islands, and even 
such small islands as the Cocos-Keeling group and Fanning Island have their section 
in the catalogue as well as on the shelves. Of general works of travel attention 
may be directed to those known as Hakluyt (1598-1600) ; Purchas (1625-6) ; 
Churchill (1732) ; Harleian (1745) ; Harris (1705) ; Callander (1788) ; Burney 
(1803-17) ; Pinkerton (1808) ; Astley (1745-7) ; Kerr (1811-24) ; Ramusio 
(1554-83), and Prevost (1746-70), and the publications of the Hakluyt, Navy 
Records, Linschoten, and similar societies. Among special sections may be 
mentioned one containing the prose and poetic writings of Colonial litterateurs. 
The importance of the growing national literatures of Canada, Australia, and 
even South Africa is attested by the size of the special sections. There is also a 
botanical section in which the chief works on the floras of the Colonies are kept, 
and a language section containing publications on and in native languages is being 
formed. A journey round the bookshelves reveals the greatness of the British 
Empire, and brings home in a better way than can perhaps be done elsewhere the 
vast amount of literature that has been written about the British possessions. The 
library is becoming more and more known to literary workers, and many well-known 
works on subjects of colonial and imperial interest have been written within its 
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X.— THE NEWSPAPER ROOM. 

Over 670 newspapers, journals, and magazines are received and filed at the Institute. 
Most of the monthly and quarterly magazines are kept in the library or on tables in 
the law-room, but the newspapers and weekly journals are displayed on stands in the 
newspaper -room. They include periodical publications from every portion of the 
British Empire, which are arranged in different sections, and can be easily and 
quickly found. It may be stated that almost every newspaper of any importance is 
received, many of them being presented by their publishers. Fellows from overseas 
and Eesident Fellows who have returned to the Mother Country, find the news- 
paper-room one of the most useful features of the Institute, for by means of the files 
of current papers, they are enabled to keep in close touch with events in the portion 
of the Empire with which they are connected. No other institution has so good a 
display of Colonial periodical publications. It M'onld be invidious to point out any 
special paper or journal, but attention may be directed to the various classes of 
papers that are filed in this room. First are the daily newspapers published in 
the capitals and chief cities of the Empire, and reflecting the political and social 
life of their respective spheres. The majority of these are, after the expiration of 
one year, handed over to the British Museum for permanent storage, and Fellows 
of the Institute may always consult back files on presentation of their card to the 
museum officials. Then there are the official gazettes from every State in the Empire, 
which are kept permanently in the Institute so that they may be available for reference 
at any time. Many important trade journals, both of a technical and commercial 
character, are also received, and by their aid the business man is able to follow the 
different commercial movements in the Empire. There is in addition a number of 
papers and magazines of a special character, relating to medicine and tropical hygiene, 
mining, engineering, and tropical products ; whilst the magazines include the 
chief British and overseas monthlies, and reflect every phase of thought. The 
magazines also include the agricultural journals of the different States, the periodical 
journals of the chief British, Colonial, and foreign learned societies, the journals 
of the principal geographical societies, a number of reviews dealing with anthropo- 
logical and linguistic topics, and the various law reports and legal journals published 
in the Overseas Dominions. 



XI.— LOCAL BRANCHES. 



A Branch of the Institute may be constituted in any town or district in the United 
Kingdom upon the requisition of ten or more local subscribers being sent in to the 
Institute with the name and address of the Honorary Secretary. 

Ladies and Gentlemen may become Members of such Branches. 

As such they shall be entitled to receive the Monthly Journal of the Royal Colonial 




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Institute, to attend all tlie meetings at which. Papers are read or Lectures delivered, 
both locally and in London, and also to receive two tickets for the Annual 
Conversazione. 

Gentlemen who are Members of a Local Branch may become Fellows of the Institute 
at any time on being duly proposed and seconded and paying the balance of the neces- 
sary subscription, and so entitled to all the privileges of corporate membership of 
the Institute. 

Fellows and Associates of the Institute residing within the area of a Local Branch 
shall i-pso facto be Members of such Branch. 



Rates of Subscription. 



Menihers of Local Branches : Ladies and Gentlemen 
Fellows Resident in the United Kingdom 

,, „ Entrance Fer . 

,, „ For Life . 

Fellows Non-Resident (in the Dominions &c.) 

,, „ Entrance Fee . 

„ „ For Life . 

Subscriptions of the Members of Local Branches are renewable annually on January 
1st, each year. The subscriptions of those elected subsequent to October 1st in any 
year will be credited for the following year. 



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Regulations. 



1. Upon receipt of a request in writing from no less than 10 Local Subscribers 
residing in a Town or District, the Council may, at their discretion, issue a Certificate 
creating a Branch of the Institute. The said Certificate shall define the district to be 
covered by such Branch. 

2. The Subscribers who have signed the Requisition for the constitution of a 
Branch shall be a Provisional Committee, and on receipt of the Warrant of Incor- 
poration they will become the Local Committee with power to add to their number. 
The appointment of the Honorary Secretary of such Branch shall be subject to the 
approval of the Council. 

3. The principal and immediate work of the Branches is the organisation of Lectures. 
and difiusion of intelHgence concerning the Overseas Dominions, Colonies and India, 
It is, moreover, the duty of the Local Committee to endeavour to give effect to the 
wishes of the Institute in matters of universal moment or importance. 

4. A General Meeting of the Members of the Branch must be held at least once a year. 

5. At the first and following Annual Meetings of the Branch, at which all Members 
who are not in arrear with their subscriptions have the right to vote, the Committee 
should be elected 

6. The Secretary of a Branch shall forward to the Secretary of the Institute for 
presentation to the Council each year, not later than February 1st, a report on the 



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work of tlie Brancli for the preceding year, together with an audited statement showing 
all details of the income and expenditure of the Branch. 

7. The Secretary of a Branch shaU collect the subscriptions of the Members of such 
Branch and shall remit all amounts so collected to the Secretary of the Institution 
annually with the above Audited Statement, less a sum not exceeding 25 per cent, 
on the subscriptions collected, which shall be retained for the purpose of local expendi- 
ture. The sum of 5s. will be paid annually to the Local Branch on account of each 
Fellow or Associate resident within the area of the Branch. 

8. The Council may, at its discretion, revoke a Certificate creating a Branch, in 
which case the Certificate shall forthwith be returned to the Secretary of the Institute 
together with all monies standing to the credit of the Branch after all liabilities have 
been paid. The Council shall, however, give six months' notice of intention to revoke 
the Certificate creating the Branch. 

9. The Council shall be in no way responsible for the acts or defaults of a Branch 
or a Local Committee or the Ofiicers of a Branch. 



XII.— EMPIRE LECTURES COMMITTEE. 

Sir Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G., Chairman ; Lieut.-Gen. Sir J. Bevan Edwards, 
K.C.M.G., C.B., Lieut.-Gen. Sir Edward T. H. Hutton, K.C.M.G., C.B., Sir 
Charles P. Lucas, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., Sir Harry Wilson, K.C.M.G., Ealph S. 
Bond, Esq., L. S. Amery, Esq., M.P., Eichard Jebb, Esq., Fred Button, Esq., 
A. R. Colquhoun, Esq. 

This committee was formed during the year 1910 for the purpose of inculcating 
the principles governing the Institute, and spreading throughout the United Kingdom 
detailed knowledge as to the present resources and future development and consolida- 
tion of the Empire by means of illustrated lectures dealing with all parts of the 
Overseas Empire. The difiusion of knowledge concerning the Empire is one of the 
principal objects for which the Institute was originally founded, and has been steadily 
and regularly carried out at the sessional meetings of the Institute in London by 
the Papers which are then read and the discussions which take place thereon. But 
the opportunities for attending these meetings to those who live outside London and its 
immediate neighbourhood are naturally restricted, and it is for that reason that steps 
have been taken to further this particular branch of the Institute's work throughout 
the country.. 

To maintain a regular scheme of lectures on a large scale necessarily involves 
considerable expense, and the extent therefore to which it may be found possible to 
develop the movement must be largely dependent upon the amount of funds which are 
from time to time available for the purpose. With this object in view, a special fund, 
known as the " Empire Lectures Fund," has been established, and subscriptions thereto 
may be addressed to the Secretary of the Institute. Mr. W. H. Garrison, who has 
been appointed Official Lecturer to the Institute, has travelled extensively throughout 
the British Empire, and has therefore a personal knowledge of its various parts. It 
is hoped that the movement may be so extended in the near future that it may become 




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necessary to organise a small stafE of lecturers to carry on the work. The lectures 
comprise the following subjects : — 

1. " Our World-Wide Empire." 

2. " Outposts of the Empire." 

3. " The Dominion of Canada." 

4. " The Commonwealth of AustraUa." 

5. " The Union of South Africa, and Rhodesia." 

6. " The Romance of India, and the Delhi Durbar." 

7. " New Zealand— The Wonderland of the World." 

8. " Ceylon — Eden of the Eastern Wave." 

9. " The British Isles of the Far Pacific." 

10. " Our Crown Colonies, Dependencies, and Protectorates." 

11. "Newfoundland — Our oldest Colony." 

12. " The Straits Settlements, the Malay States, and North Borneo." 

13. " British West Indies." 

14. " Round the World on the King's Highway— the All-Red Route." 



XIII.— EMIGRATION COMMITTEE. 



The formation of a Standing Committee on Emigration was the result of a conference 
which was organised by the Royal Colonial Institute and held at the Whitehall 
Rooms on May 30-31, 1910. Delegates from forty-nine emigration societies in the 
United Kingdom attended the conference, and the basis of the discussions was (1) 
diverting as far as possible the stream of emigration now going outside the Empire, 
and (2) (generally) to direct emigrants from the United Kingdom to the British 
Dominions Overseas. 

A report of the conference was subsequently issued, which contained a complete 
record of each day's proceedings. 

In accordance with a resolution which was unanimously passed, the following 
representative Standing Committee has been appointed : — 

His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, K.G., Chainnan ; Colonel H. E. Rawson, C.B., 
Lieut.-Gen. Sir J. Bevan Edwards, K.C.M.G., C.B., Sir Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G., 
Lady Knightley of Fawsley, Walter Hazell, Esq., J.P., F. Morris, Esq., Douglas Eyre, 
Esq., Miss Mary K. Grimes, William Baker, Esq., M.A., LL.B., T. M. Kirkwood, Esq., 
Rev. R. L. Gwynne, Colonel D. C. Lamb, E. C. Gates, Esq., Philip H. Kerr, Esq., 
Miss C. M. Wadge, Guy W. Radford, Esq., Hon. Lady Talbot, Colonel Hon. H. Lawson, 
M.P., Sir C. Kinloch Cooke, M.P., W. A. Evans, Esq. 



XIV — EMPIRE TRADE AND INDUSTRY COMMITTEE. 

Ben H. Morgan, Esq., Chairman ; Lieut.-Gen. Sir J. Bevan Edwards, K.C.M.G., 
C.B. (Chairman of Council of the Institute), Sir Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G. (Deputy- 
Chairman of Council of the Institute), Richard Jebb, Esq., Sir Daniel Morris, K.C.M.G., 
Henry Birchenough, Esq., C.M.G., The Hon. Sir C. H. Rason, Hugo Hirst, Esq. 
(Chairman, Manufacturers' Association), Stanley Machin, Esq. (Chairman, London 



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Chamber of Commerce), Edward Manville, Esq. (Chairman, Society of Motor Manu- 
facturers and Traders), Colonel John Denny, Major Archer-Shee, D.S.O., M.P., Lord 
Merthyr, K.C.V.O., R. K. Morcom, Esq., G. McL. Brown, Esq., F. C. Salter, Esq., 
Ellis T. Powell, Esq., LL.B.,B.Sc. 

The objects of the committee are : — 

(1) To facilitate, encourage and arrange industrial conferences or meetings to be 
attended by men of affairs from any or all parts of the Empire, in order to discuss 
questions of common interest with a view to regulating and co-ordinating the conditions 
of Empire trade and industry. 

(2) To encourage and facilitate Empire trade and industry, e.g. by arranging for 
the reading of Papers and delivery of Addresses on financial, industrial, and trade 
subjects by authorities before the Institute itself and before Chambers of Commerce, 
trade bodies, and like institutions in the leading industrial centres. 

The work of the committee has received the support and co-operation of the 
Governments of the various Overseas Possessions, who have undertaken to supply to the 
Institute their reports and other documents affecting Empire trade and industry. 

The following subjects have already engaged the attention of the committee, and 
formal resolutions have been forwarded to the President of the Board of Trade and 
the Secretary of State for the Colonies, and otherwise dealt with : — 

1. Uniformity of Company Law within the Empire. 

2. The work of the British Consular Service in regard to Empire trade. 

3. The establishment of through bookings of goods by se ^ and land from one part 

of the Empire to another. 

4. The issue of popular handbooks setting forth the resources and trade conditions , 

of the Crown Colonies and dependencies. 

5. The necessity of taking some definite action to develop the resources of and 

British trade with India and the Crown Colonies and dependencies by the 
appointment of Trade Commissioners as has recently been done in the case 
of the self-governing dominions. 

The representations which the committee have made in connection with some of 
the foregoing matters have already met with a measure of success. 

The broadening of the work of the Institute generally, of which the watching over 
the interests of the mercantile, manufacturing, engineering, and shipping interests is an 
essential feature, will no doubt prove of service in strengthening and cementing trade 
relations and thereby promoting the unity of the Empire. 



XV.— ANNUAL DINNER AND CONVERSAZIONE. 

The annual dinner is held, as a rule, during the month of May, and is presided over 
by either the President or one of the Vice-Presidents of the Institute. The Chairmen 
of the last few years include H.R.H. the Prince of Wales (afterwards H.M. King 
Edward VII), H.R.H. the Prince of Wales (now H.M. King George V); Field- 



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Marshal H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught, H.E.H. the Duke of Cambridge, The Right 
Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, the Earl of Rosebery, the Duke of Argyll, Lord North- 
cote, the Earl of Onslow, the Right. Hon. Alfred Lyttelton, the Earl of Crewe, Lord 
Avebury, the Earl of Aberdeen, the Earl of Dunraven, the Earl of Jersey, Earl Grey, 
Lord Strathcona, and the Earl of Elgin. At these gatherings distinguished men of 
affairs gather together from all parts of the Empire, and the speeches delivered are 
valuable additions to the archives of the Institute. 

The annual conversazione mostly takes place in the month of June, and for the 
past few years has been held in the Natural History Museum, which has been lent by 
the Trustees of the British Museum. The guests usually number between tv/o and 
three thousand. 



XVI.— LODGE OF FREEMASONS. 



The Royal Colonial Institute Lodge No. 3556 — membership of which will be 
restricted to Fellows of the Institute — was consecrated by Lord Ampthill at 
Freemasons' Hall on January 10th, 1912, in the presence of some two hundred 
Fomiders and their friends. The President of the Institute, Field-Marshall H.R.H. 
The Duke of Connaught, K.G., G.C.M.G., is the First Master of the Lodge, and 
the Hon. Sir John A. Cockburn, M.D., K.C.M.G., acts in the capacity of Deputy 
Master. The other first Officers of the Lodge are : — 

Alderman Sir Walter Vaughan Morgan, Bart., acting as I. P.M. ; Lieut.-General 
Sir J. Bevan Edwards, K.C.M.G., C.B., Senior Warden ; Sir Frederic M. Hodgson, 
K.C.M.G., Junior Warden ; Rev. R. T. Gardner, M.A., Chaplain ; F. FaithfuU Begg, 
Treasurer ; Major G. S. Beeching, V.D., Secretary ; E. Luxmore Marshall, Senior 
Deacon ; M. S. Rimchman, Junior Deacon ; T. Boevey Barrett, Director of Cere- 
monies ; Col. G. M. Weekley, V.D., Asst. Director of Ceremonies ; T. A. Bayhss, J. P., 
Almoner ; Major A. J. N. Tremearne, B.A., Organist ; J. R. Boose, Asst. Secretary ; 
Ralph S. Bond, Inner Guard ; Alfred Holdsworth, E. S. Odell, W. F. Preedy A, Boss, 
Stewards \ J. Taylor, Tijler. 

The following is a complete list of the Founders : — 

Field-Marshal H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught, E.G., G.C.M.G., &c., Robert 
a-Ababrelton, Tom Boevey Barrett, Thomas A. Bayliss, J.P., Major G. S. Beeching, 
V.D., F. FaithfuU Begg, Admiral Lord Charles Beresford, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., M.P., 
W. J. Berrill, Ralph Stuart Bond, Major James R. Boose, V.D., Earl Brassey, 
G.C.B., Rev. Arthur C. Buss, M.A., Henry Clarke, J.P., Hon. Sir John A. Cockburn, 
M.D., K.C.M.G., Charles Hayter Dewey, R. Langton Douglas, Lt.-General Sir J. 
Bevan Edwards, K.C.M.G., C.B., Frederick Elder, George L. Eyles, C.M.G., 
M.Inst.C.E., William Horace Friend, Rev. R. T. Gardner, M.A., Thomas J. Hanley, 
Sholto Hare, David Hills, Charles A. Hoather, Sir Frederic M. Hodgson, K.C.M.G., 
Alfred Holdsworth, Henry Lyster Jameson, M.A., D.Sc, Ph.D., The Hon. John 
Greeley Jenkins, H. F. Kingdon, Sir WiUiam H. Lever, Bart., Lord Lilford, E. 
Luxmore Marshall, E. H. Miller, Col. The Hon. Sir Newton J. Moore, K.C.M.G., 
C. Algernon Moreing, Aid. Sir Walter Vaughan-Morgan, Bart., Rev. J. D. 
Mulhns, M.A., Joseph Oscar Neumann, Vincent Chester Newman, Edward S. Odell, 
James Pescod, The Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick Pollock, Bart., Wm. Frederick Preedy, 



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Sir Thomas Crossley Eayner, K.C., Field-Marshal Earl Roberts, V.C., K.G., K.P., 
G.C.B., &c., J. B. Lee Roberts, Arthur Ross, M. S. Runchman, William Sandover, 
Lt.-Col. Sir Gerard Smith, K.C.M.G., The Hon. Sir John Taverner, Gilbert Taylor, 
Matthew Thomson, Major A, J. N. Tremearne, B.A., F.R.G.S., D. F. Tuffill, 
Mark H. Wade, Colonel G. M. Weekley, V.D., Dr. Andrew Ellis Wynter. 

The Lodge meets at Freemasons' Hall on the second Wednesday in the months 
of January, March, Jxme, August, and October. All correspondence should be 
addressed to the Secretary, Major G. S. Beeching, V.D., at the Royal Colonial Listitute. 




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Ipatron : his majesty the king. 



(Those marked * are Honorary Fellows.) 
(Those marked f have compounded for life.) 



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RESIDENT FELLOWS. 

tA-ABABEELTON, RoBERT, F.R.G.S., F.R.E.S., P.O. Box 33, Pretoria, Transvaal ; and 

Secretary, Lands Commission, P.O. Box 322, Maritzhurg, Natal. 
Abekdeen, H. E., the Right Hon. the Eakl of, K.T., G.C.M.G., Vice-Regal Lodge, 

Dvblin ; and Haddo House, Aberdeen, N.B. 
fAcLAND, Vice-Admiral Sib William A. Dyke, Bart., C.V.O., Bolham House, Tiverton, 

Devon ; United Service Club, and Athenceum Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 
AouTT, R. Noble, Octon, Torquay. 
fADAM, Sir Charles E., Bart., 5 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. ; and Blair-Adam, 

Kinross-shire, N.B. 
Adams, Georqe. 

Adamson, Sir William, C.M.G., 2 Billiter Avenue, E.G. 
Agius, Edward T., 22 Billiter Street, E.C. ; and Malta. 
AiTKEN, Alexander M., Birchwood, Pitlochry, N.B. 
AiTKEN, Sib W. Max, M.P., Leigh House, Eaton Square, S.W. 
AiKiN, William A., M.D., 66 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W. 
Albemarle, Right. Hon. The Earl op, K.C.V.O., C.B., A.D.C., 39 Belgrave Square, S.W. ; 

and Quidenham, Norfolk. 
Alcock, John, 111 Cambridge Gardens, North Kensington, W. 
fALDBNHOVEN, JosEPH W., Messrs. W. Eldon <fc Co., St. Dunstan's Buildings, St. Dunstan's 

Hill, E.C. 
Alexander, Major Dudley H., C.M.G., F.R.G.S., 6 St. James's Place, S.W. 
■f-ALLAN, Arthur Campbell, 14 South Audley Street, W. 

Alldridge, T. J., I.S.O., F.R.G.S., F.Z.S., Oakmount, Guildford Road, Bagslwt, Surrey. 
f Allen, Arthur A., M.P., 13 Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W. ; and Hillside, Swanage, Dorset. 
Allen, Damer L., M.I.Mar.E., Constitutional Club, Northumberland Avenue, W.C. 
■j-Allbn, Robert, Summerhayes, Betchworth, Surrey. 
Allen, William H., 1 Dean's Yard, S. W. ; and Bromham, Bedford. 
Allen, William R., 58 Priory Road, West Hampstead, N. W. 
Allen, Rev. W. Osborn B., M.A., 83 St. Georges Road, S.W. 
Ameby, Leopold S., M.A., M.P., 9 Embankment Gardens, Chelsea, S.W. 
f Ampthill, Right Hon. Lord, G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., Milton Ernest Hall, Bedford. 
Anderson, Alan G., 5 Fenchurch Avenue, E.C. ; and 197 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 
fANDERSON, Edward R. 

Anderson, F. H., M.D., 37 Cornwall Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 
Anderson, Frederick, 54 Queen's Gate, S.W. ; and Oriental Club, Hanover Square, )/. 
Anderson, George Gray, 16 Philpot Lane, E.C. 
Anderson, James C, 16 Lynedoch Place, Edinburgh. 






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Royal Colonial Institute. 

Anderson, Sir John., Messrs. Guthrie & Co., 5, Whittington Avenue, E.G. 

Anderson, Sib John, G.C.M.G., Colonial Office, Dovming Street, 8.W. 

Anderson, John Kjngdon, 10 York House, Kensington, W. 

Anderson, Sir Kenneth S., K.C.M.G., 5 Fenchurch Avenue, E.G. 

Anderson, W. Herbert, 12 Hanover Terrace, Regents Park, N. W. 

Anderson, William Baker, Lanresa House, Roehampton, S.W. 

t Andrew, Duncan C, Berwyn, Bearsden, Glasgow. 

Anson, Frederick A., M.A., 11 Victoria Place, Eastbourne. 

Anstbuther-Gray, Major William, M.P., Kilmany, Fife, N.B. 

Arbuthnot, Colonel G., R.A., Norton Court, Gloucester. 

Abbuthnot, Major John B., M.V.O., Guards Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

Aebuthnot, Wm. Reierson, Plaw Hatch, East Grinstead. 

f Abbuthnot, William Reierson, Jun., National Club, 1 Whitehall Gardens, S.W. 

Archer-Shee, Major Martin, D.S.O., M.P., 18 Park Street, W. 

fARGYLL, His Grace the Duke of, K.G., K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., Kensitigton Palace, W. 

fAEKWRiGHT, John S., 56 St. George's Square, S.W. 

•fARMiTAGE, James Robertson, DarrUee, Parramatta, New South Wales. 

Armstrong, C. Spearman, Oakhurst, West Byfleel, Surrey. 

fABMSTRONG, W. C. Heaton, 51 Bishopsgote, E.G. 

•j-Abmytagb, George F., Hoo Lodge, Rochester. 

f Armytage, Oscar Ferdinand, M.A., Hazlegrove, Sparkford, Bath ; and New University 

Club, St. James's Street, S.W. 
fAsHCBOFT, Edgae A., M.I.M.M., M.I.E.E., 99 Buckingluim Palace Road, S.W. 
fAsHMAN, Rev. J. Williams, M.A., M.D., 2 Heath Villas, Heath Road, Hounslow. 
AsHTON, Ralph S., B.A., 19 Behnont Park, Lee, S.E. 
Askew, Hugh, 3 Hajis Crescent, S.W. 

Aspinall, Algernon E., West India Committee, 15 Seething Lane, E.G. 
f AsTLEFOBD, JosEPH, Wood View, St. Anthony's Road, Bournemouth. 
AsTOB, Waldorf, M.P., 4 St. James's Square, S.W. 
f Atkinson, Charles E., 1 Chatsworth Gardens, Eastbourne. 
f Atkinson, John, Volta River Customs, vid Kpong, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 
Attenbobough, Mark, 47 Mount Ephraim Road, Streatham, S. W. 
Auerbaoh, Julius, Messrs. Dreyfus di Co. Ltd., 101 Leadenhall St., E.G. 
Avebury, Right. Hon. Lord, 48 Grosvenor St., W. ; and 15 Lombard St., E.G. 

Badcock, Philip, 4 Aldridge Road Villas, Bayswater, W. 

Bailey, Allanson, Hollywood, West Byfleet, Surrey. 

fBAiLEY, William B., 164 Westbourne Grove, W. 

Baillie, James R., 1 Akenside Road, Fitzjohn's Avenue, N.W. 

Baillieu, E. L., 70 Cornhill, E.G. 

fBAiLWARD, W. A., 64 Victoria Street, S.W. 

Bain, Robert, 126 Queen's Gate, S.W. 

Bain, William P. C, Lochrin Ironworks, Coatbridge, N.B. 

Baker, Arthur E., 1 Lyall Street, Belgrave Square, S. W. 

fBALDWiN, Stanley, M.P., Aston Hall, Stourport, Worcester; and Carlton and United 

University Clubs, S.W. 
Balfour, B. R., Townley Hall, Drogheda, Ireland. 
Balfour, Wm. Russell, 194 Bedford Hill, BalJmm, S. W. 
Ballantyne, Robert, 5 Whittingehame Drive, Kelvinside, Glasgow ; and 50 Cannon 

Street, E.G. 
Ballardie, George M., 31 Bassett Road, Notting Hill, W. 
Balme, Charles, 61 Basinghall Street, E.G. 
•f-BANKS, Edwin Hodge. 
Barber, Alfred J., Castlemere, Hornsey Lane, N. ; and Midland Railway Company of 

Western Australia, 298 Winchester House, E.G. 
Barclay, Hugh Gubney, Colney Hall, Norwich. 
■j-Baeing-Gould, F., Merrotv Grange, Guildford. 



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1911 

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1897 

1898 

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1884 

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1884 
1911 
1912 
1884 
1911 
1889 
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1898 
1885 
1884 
1881 
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1910 
1886 
1911 
1889 
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1891 
1895 
1868 



Barker, Arthur R., 2 Westmoreland House, Fieldway Crescent, N. 

Barnard, H. Wyndham, 62 St. George's Square, S.W. 

fBARNES, Robert S. W., A.M.Inst.C.E., The Bungalow, New Milton, Hants. 

Barratt, Walter, F.G.S., F.L.S., 9 Alexander Street, Bayswater, W. 

Barrett, R. J., c/o " Financier," 64 Wool Exchange, B.C. 

Barrett, T. Boevey, 19 Carmalt Gardens, Putney, S.W. 

Bartlett, Samttbl a., 7 Berkeley Place, Wimbledon Common, S. W. 

Batlet, Sidney T., 16 Greai George Street, S.W. ; and St. Stephen's Clvh, Westminster, S.W. 

Batty, James H., 40 Harley House, Marylebone Road, N.W. 

Bayliss, Thomas A., St. John's, Bridge End, Warwick. 

|Bealey, Richard Nowbll, 85a New Cavendish Street, W. 

Bean, 0. E. W., Sydney Morning Herald, 40 King Street, Cheapside, E.C. 

fBEAR, George A., c/o T. Yole, 29 Mutley Park Road, Mannamead, Plymouth. 

Bearb, Prof. T. Hudson, B.Sc, Engineering Laboratory, The University, Edinburgh. 

f Beattie, John A. Bell, Gordon Lodge, St. Andrews, N.B. ; and Constitutional Club, W.C. 

Beattib, Wm. Copland, The Wilderness, Milltimber, Aberdeenshire, N.B. 

fBEAUCHAMP, The Right Hon. Earl, K.C.M.G., 13 Belgrave Square, S.W. ; and Madres- 

field Court, Malvern Link. 
fBECK, A. Cecil, M.P., Harrold Hall, Bedford. 
Beck, H. Reginald, 17-19 Gockspur Street, S.W. 

Bedford, Admiral Sir Frederick F. D., G.C.B., G.C.M.G., Swiss Cottage, Weybridge. 
Bedford, His Grace the Duke of, K.G., 15 Belgrave' Square, S. W.; and Woburn Abbey, Beds. 
Bedford, Edward, C.E., Delbrook, Picardy Road, Belvedere, Kent. 
Bedwell, Commander E. P., R.N., National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, S.W. 
Beeching, Major George S., V.D., 32, Denbigh Road, Ealing, W. 
fBEESON, William, Wentworth, Prentis Road, Streatham, S.W. 
Bebtham, George, 7 Wetherby Gardens, S.W. ; and Wellington, New Zealand. 
Beeton, Henry R., 9 3Iares field Garden.?, Hampstead, N.W. 
Begg, F. Faithfull, Bartholomew House, E.C. 
Beit, Otto, 49 Belgrave Square, S. W. 
Belilios, Raphael E., 1 Cloisters, Temple, E.C. 

•j-Bell, Colonel Alexander W. C, Grangehurst, Court Road, Tunbridge Wells. 
Bell, Robert M., Messrs. Guthrie cfc Co., 5 Whittington Avenue, E.C. 
Bell, William, St. Margaret's, Beulah Road, Tunbridge Wells ; and Junior Constitutional 
Club, Piccadilly, W. 

Benn, Arthur Shirley, M.P., 18 Bolton Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 

Bennett, Alderman Arthur, J. P., Paddington House, Warrington. 

Bennett, Edward G., 26 Leinster Gardens, W. 

■{•Bbnson, Arthur H., 62 Ludgate Hill, E.C. 

Benson, Major-General Sir F. W., K.C.B., 5 Hartfidd Road, Eastbourne ; and Army 
and Navy Club, Pall Mall, 8. W. 

Beresford, Admiral Lord Charles, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., M.P., 1 Great Cumberland Place, W, 

fBERi^BiN, Julius, 536 Salisbury House, E.C. 

Berridge, Sir Thomas H. D., 11 Old Broad Street, E.C. 

Berrill, W. J., Messrs. Gordon d; Gotch, 15 St. Bride Street, E.C. 

f Bertrand, Wm. Wickham, Westbourne Station, Roy Cove, Falkland Islands. 

Bbvan, Francis Augustus, 1 Tilney Street, Mayfair, fV. 

Bbvan, William Armine, 1 1 The Boltons, South Kensington, S. W. 

Bbwley, Robert, 16 Beacon Hill, Camden Road, N. 

BiBBY, R. Gordon, Fachwen, St. Asaph. 

BiDDiscoMBE, J. R., Elmington, 91 Eltham Road, Lee, S.E. ; and 101 Leadenhall Street, E.C. 

Biggs, Joseph W., 11 Alexandra Mansions, West Eiid Lane, N.W. 

fBiLLiNGHUPvST, H. F., 7 Oakcroft Road, Bfackheath, S.E. 

Bingley, R. Noel G., 13 Evelyn Gardens, S.W. 

f BiNNiE, George, 4 D Station, Quirindi, New South Wales. 

BiRKBECK, John, Deiverstone House, Cheltenham. 

Birch, Sib Arthur N., K.C.M.G., Bank of England, Burlington Gardens, W. 

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Election. 

1911 Birch, Sib Ernest W., K.C.M.G., 30 Harrington Gardens, S.W. 

1883 Birch, J. Kortbioht, Twyford House, East Dereham, Norfolk. 

1897 Birchenough, Henry, C.M.G., 79 Eccleston Square, S.W. ; and Eeform Clvb, Pal 

Mall, S.W. 

1910 Bird, Georqb W., Stapleford, Goldington Avenue, Bedford. 

1898 BiRT, F. Beckett, The Copse, Wimbledon, S.W. 

1902 Bishop, Albert E., F.R.G.S., 1 3Ietal Exchange Buildings, E.G. 

1911 Bishop, F. L., 119 Finshury Pavement, E.G. 

1890 Blackwood, George R., St. James's Club, Piccadilly, W. 

1882 t^i^<^^o^^' Colonel Henry J., C.B., Westholme, Pilton, Somerset ; and Army and Navy 

Club, PaU Mall, S.W. 

1888 fBLAKB, Sm Henry A., G.C.M.G., Myrtle Grove, Youghal, Ireland ; and 34 Lcrwer Sloane 

Street, S.W. 

1911 Bland, Rev. Canon Edward M., Arden House, Rosen Lane, Lincoln. 

1911 Blaynay, William, Kingsway House, W.C. 

1883 Bleckly, Charles Arnold, 10 Philpot Lane, E.G. 

1902 t^J^YTH, Right Hon. Lord, 33 Portland Place, W. ; and Blythwood, Stansted, Essex. 
1909 Blyth, Thomas Tolm6, M.A., 112 Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E.G. 

1911 Board, A. Vyvyan, 5 Groes Road, Cressington, Liverpool. 

1881 Bois, Henry, 5 Astwood Road, South Kensington, S. W. 

1898 Bolton, John, 15 Cranley Gardens, Muswdl Hill, N. 

1908 Bond, Ralph Stuart, 10 Airlie Gardens, W. ; and Norfolk House, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.G- 

1909 Bond, Stanley S., Oakdean, The Downs, Wimbledon, S.W. 

1891 Booker, J. Dawson, 22 St. Andrews Road, Bedford. 

1897 fBooTH, Alfred E., Finsbury Circus Buildings, 18 Eldon Street, E.G. 

1905 Booth, Right Hon. Charles, F.R.S., D.C.L., 28 Campden House Court, W. 
1883 fBoRTON, Rev. N. A. B., M.A., Burwell Vicarage, Cambridge. 

1894 BosANQUET, Richard A., Bank House, Windsor. 

1911 BosANQXJET, Wm. Da\t:d, Ripsley, Liphook, Hants. 

1886 fBosTOCK, Senator Hon. Hewitt, The Ranch, Monte Creek, British Columbia. 

1889 fBosTOCK, Samuel, Lainston, near Winchester. 

1890 BoswELL, W. Albert, 4 Campden House Terrace, W. 
1911 BoTSFORD, Wm. Murray, 20 Hyde Park Place, W. 

1882 tBouLTON, Harold E., M.A., M.V.O., 64 Cannon Street, E.G. 
1882 fBouLTON, Sir Samuel B., Bart., Copped Hall, Totteridge, Herts. 

1892 Bourne, Robert William, C.E., 18 Hereford Square, S.W. 

1909 BouRSOT, Basil J., 36 Sackville Street, W. 

1899 fBowDEN-SMiTH, Admiral Sir Nathaniel, K.G.B., 16 Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. 
1911 BowiNS, Arthur W., c/o Standard Bank, 10 Clement's Lane, E.G. 

1908 Bowles, George Vernon, c/o Read Bros., Ltd., Kentish Town, N.W. 

1904 Bowman, George Millar, Logic, Cupar, N.B. 

1903 BowRiNG, Colonel F. T. N. Spratt, R.E., C.B., Hurstmead, Chislehurst ; and Athenceum 

Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 

1906 BoxALL, Edward T., 9 Bishopsgate, E.G. 

1911 Boyd-Carpenter, Rev. A. B., M.A., 9 Trinity Square, Tower Hill, E.G. 

1889 Boyle, Sm Cavendish, K.C.M.G., 14 Holland Road, Hove. 

1885 fBoYLE, Frank, Que-que, Rhodesia. 

1904 Boyle, Colonel Gerald E., 48 Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. 

1910 Boyle, John T. McL., 17 Brunswick Gardens, Kensington, W. 

1904 Boyle, Lewis C, Imperial Hotel, Barnstaple. 
1910 Boys, Francis T., 109, Queen's Gate, S.W. 

1887 fBRADBERRY, Thomas R., 3 Copthall Buildings, E.G. 

1898 Bramston, Sir John, G.C.M.G., C.B., 18 Berkeley Place, Wimbledon, S.W. 

1905 Brassey, Leonard, M.P., Apethorpe, Wansford, Northants ; and 40 Upper Grosvenor 

Street, W. 

1878 Brassey, Right Hon. Earl, G.C.B., 24 Park Lane, W. 

1902 I Brattnd, Frederick W., Messrs. G. Willis d> Co., 57 Leadenhall Street, E.G. 



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1908 Brbakell, J. Edwin, 4 Cedar Road, Teddington. 

1888 Brbitmeyeb, Ltjdwiq, cjo Messrs. Wernher, Beit <& Co., 29 Holborn Viaduct, B.C. 
1910 Bremer, Mottnsteven, 67 Shooter's HiU Road, Blackheath, 8.E. 

1907 Bbenan, Byron, C.M.G., 10 Astwood Road, South Kensington, S.W. 
1905 Brewster, Adolph B., 25 Courtfield Gardens, S.W. 

1874 Bridoe, H. H., Fairfield House, Droxford, Hants. ; and Union Club, Trafalgar Sq., S. W. 

1881 Bridges, Rear-Admiral Walter B., c/o Messrs. Woodhead & Co., 44 Charing Cross, 

S.W. ; and United Service Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1884 Bright, Charles E., C.M.G., 3Ianor House, Elstree, Herts ; and Wyndham Club, S.W. 

1886 Briscoe, William Arthur, Longstowe Hall, Cambs. 

1909 ! Brittain, Harry E., M.A., 2 Cowley Street, Westminster, S.W. 
1905 Bbock, John E., Beechcroft, Thetford Road, New Maiden, Surrey. 

1910 Brocklebank, Ralph, Haughton Hall, Tarporley, Cheshire. 

1889 Brocklehurst, Edward, J.P., Kinnersley Manor, Reigate. 

1897 t^KOOKMAN, Hon, George, M.L.C., Adelaide, South Australia. 

1879 f Brooks, Herbert, 17 Prince's Gardens, S.W. ; and 11 St. Benet Place, Gracechurch 

Street, E.C. 

1888 Brooks, H. Tabor, 11 St. Benet Place, G)-acechurch Street, E.C. 

1908 Brounger, Richard E., The Hawthorns, Grove Park, Chiswick, W. 
1910 Brown, Edward N., 16 Tennyson Mansions, Queen's Chib Gardens, W. 

1910 Brown, George McLaren, Canadian Pacific Railway, 62 Charing Cross, S. W. 

1910 Brown, J. Finden, Helenhurst, HolUgrave Road, Bromley, Kent. 

1900 t^ROWN, Sir John McLeavy, C.M.G., 49 Portland Place, W. 

1881 Brown, Thomas, 119 Finshury Pavement, E.C. 

1884 Brown, Thomas, 59 Mark Lane, E.C. 

1905 Brown, Wm. Carnegie, M.D., 32 Harley Street, W. 

1909 Brown, Wm. Harvey, 38 Victoria Street, S.W. ; and The Knoll, Poppleton, York. 
1892 Browne, Arthur Scott, BurMand Filleigh, Highampton, North Devon. 

1907 Browne, Gerald M., 7 Walbrook, E.C. 

1888 Browne, Leonard G. 

1877 Browning, S. B., Roby, Crescent Wood Road, Sydenham Hill, S.E, 

1909 Browning, Thomas Blair, M.A., 18 Bury Street, W.C. 
1884 Bruce, Sir Charles, G.C.M.G., Arnot Tower, Leslie, N.B. 

1904 Bruce, Colonel Sib David, O.B., F.R.S., R.A.M.C, War Office, Whitehall, S.W. 

1910 fBRUCE, Captain David L., R.F.A., 2 Rothesay Terrace, Edinburgh. 

1910 Bruce, Admirai. Sir James A. T., K.C.M.G., 3 Montagu Square, W., and United Service 

Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 

1895 Bruce-Joy, Albert, R.H.A., F.R.G.S., The Studio, Beaumont Road, West Kensington, 

W. ; and Athenceum Club, S. W. 

1906 t^RTiNNER, John F. L., M.P., 43 Harrington Gardens, S.W. 
1909 |Brunwin, Alan D., M.D., Rayne, Braintree, Essex. 

1909 tI^i'^"^'^iN> George E., Haverings, Rayne, Braintree, Essex. 

1909 Bryden, Archibald L., 18 BilUter Street, E.C. 

1884 Buchanan, Benjamin, 2 Ulster Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. 

1889 Buchanan, James, Lavington Park, Petworth ; and 24 Holborn, E.C. 

1911 Buchanan, J. L., Braehead, Mill Road, Bromborough, Birkenhead. 

1896 BucKLAND, James, 28 St. Thomas's Mansions, Stangate, S.E. 

1898 t^ucKLAND, Thomas, c/o Bank of New South Wales, 29 Threadneedle Street, E.C. 
1911 Buckler, C. Dugald, St. Mary's Croft, Mill Hill, N.W. 

1897 Buckley, G. A. McLean, The Hall, Worth, Sussex. 

1910 Buckley, Major Percy, 33 Hans Mansions, S.W. 

1886 Bull, Henry, 1 Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. ; and 28 Milton Street, E.C. 

1902 Bull, James, 1 Albion Road, Clapham, S.W. 

1869 BuLWER, Sib Henry E. G., G.C.M.G., 17a South Audley Street, W. ; and Athenmum Club, 

Pall Mall, S. W. 

1900 Burn, John, 17 Upper Phillimore Place, Kensington, W. 

1908 Burnley, Malcolm d'Arblay, St. Kilda Road, Orpington, Kent. 



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1903 BuERELL, Percy, The Orange, Barton Mills, Mildenhall, Suffolk. 

1897 BuRSTALi,, John F., 57 GracecMirch Street, E.G. 

1889 BuET, Frederick N., Agadir, Hitchin. 

1909 Burton, Frederick F. A., 31 Wilbury Road, Hove, Sussex ; and Constitutional Club, W.O. 

1909 Burton, George Wm. A., F.R.G.S., 14 Sidney Terrace, New Cleethorpes, Orimsby. 

1908 Burton, Lieut.-Col. Henry, The Grove, Branksome Park, Bournemouth, W. ; and Junior 

Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 
1901 fBuss, Rev. Arthur C, M.A., Gardington, CMirch Stretion, Salop. 

1910 Butler, Captain Lewis, Watton House, Hertford. 

1887 Butt, John H., Gresham Club, King William Street, E.C. 

1890 fBuTTERWORTH, ARTHUR R., 7 Fig Tree Court, Temple, E.C. ; and 47 Campden House 

Road, W. 

1909 Buxton, Leland W. W., Warlies, Waltham Abbey, Essex. 
1894 tBuxTON, Noel E., M.P., Brick Lane, E. 

1878 Buxton, Sm T. Fowell, Bart., G.C.M.G., 2 Prince's Gate, S.W. ; and Warlies, Waltham 
Abbey, Essex. 

1897 fBuxTON, T. F. Victor, M.A., J.P., Woodredon, Waltham Abbey, Essex. 

1898 Byrne, J. 0., 12 New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 



1902 Cadbury, Richard, Rose Hill, Worcester. 

1903 Gaillard, Sir Vincent H. P., J.P., 42 Half Moon Street, W. 

1904 fCAiRD, James, 112 Fenchurch Street, E.C. 

1904 t^ALDECOTT, Rev. Professor Alfred, D.D., 13 Howden Road, South Norwood Hill, 8.E. 
1890 t^'^^i'DicoTT, Harvey, 1 St. James's Street, S.W. 

1895 fCAMERON, Major Maurice A., R.E., C.M.G., 27 Brunswick Gardens, W. 

1910 Cameron Wm. Keith, 55 Draycott Place, S. W. ; and Junior Constitutional Club, 

Piccadilly, W. 

1881 -j-Oampbell, Allen, 21 Upper Brook Street, W. 

1880 Campbell, Finlay, Brantridge Park, Balcombe, Sussex. 

1894 Campbell, Gordon H., c/o Messrs. Weddel tfc Co., 16 St. Helen's Place, E.C. 

1884 j-Campbell, W. Middleton, 23 Rood Lane, E.C. 

1908 Casipbell, William Finlay, Brantridge Forest, Balcombe, Sussex. 

1893 Campbell-Johnston, Conway S., 3 Morpeth Terrace, Victoria Street, S.W. 

1905 fCAMPBELL- Johnston, Malcolm, 2 Paper Buildings, Temple, E.C. 

1897 Cappel, Sir Albert J. Leppoc, K.C.I.E., 27 Kensington Court Gardens, W. 

1897 Carlill, Arthur J. H., Exchange Chambers, 24 St. Mary Axe, E.C. 

1911 Carleton, Ernest E., Ligoniel, Queen Adelaide Road, Penge, S.E. 

1911 Carlyon, Rev. Tristrem S., LL.D., Eulalia, St. Albans Crescent, Richmond Park, Bourne- 
inmiih. 

1910 Carr, John T., cjo Messrs. Grifjiths ct Co., 62 London Wall, E.C. 
1883 fCARRiNGTON, SiR JoHN W., C.M.G., Kentons, Tilehurst Road, Reading. 

1888 Carruthers, John, M.Inst.C.E., 19 Kensington Park Gardens, W. 

1909 Carter, Frederick J., 37 Earl's Court Square, S.W. 
1880 -j-Cakter, WILLL4.M H., B.A., 34 Gresham Street, E.C. 

1885 Cautley, Colonel Henry, R.E., United Service Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1911 Cawood, Arthur D. C, 66 Broad Street Avemie, E.C. ; and 150 Cambridge Street, S.W. 
1879 CHADWICK, OsB-ERT, C.B., C.M.G., Athenceum Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1911 *Chamberlain, Right Hon. Joseph, M.P., Highbury, Moor Green, Birmingham. 

1911 Chambers, Colonel Arthur W., V.D., 10 Addison Gardens, Kensington, W. 

1889 ^Chambers, Frederick D. 

1892 fCHAPLiN, Holroyd, B.A., 2 Holland Villas Road, W. 

1900 Chapman, Major Wh^liam E., 49 Lancaster Gate, W. 

1910 Charnwood, Right Hon. Lord, M.A., 108 Eaton Square, S.W. ; and Stowe House, Lichfield. 
1883 ICharrington, Arthur F., East Hill. Oxted, Surrey ; and Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Pall Mall, S.W. 

1885 fCHARRiNGTON, HuGH SpENCER, Dovc Cliff, Burton-on-Trent. 

1894 jCheadle, Frank M., Minerve, Victoria Road, Woodbridge. 



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G.O.V.O., 20 Lennox 



Chidell, Charles A., Summerdyne, Birch Hill, Woking. 

Christian, H.R.H. Prince, K.G., G.C.V.O., Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Cheat Park. 

tCHRisTisoN, Robert, Burwell Park, Louth. 

Church, Walter, Kilmartin, Liss, Hants. 

fCHTTRCHiLL, CoLONEL MACKENZIE, The OranUys, St. Mark's Cheltenham ; and Army and 

Navy Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 
Churston, Capt. Right Hon. Lord, M.V.O., 20 Craven Hill, W. 
Clarence, Lovell Burchett, Coaxden, Axminster. 
Clark, Charles J. J., 1 Ravensbourne Gardens, Ealing, W. 
Clark, Cumberland, 29 Chepstoio Villas, Bayswater, W. 
fCLARK, Edward G. U., West Runton, Cromer. 
Clark, Ernest, 26 Duchy Rooms, Somerset House, W.C. 
Clark, Lieut.-Colonel Sir James R. A., Bart., O.B. 

Maidenhead. 
Clark, Jonathan, 1a Devonshire Terrace, Portland Place, 
jClarkb, General Sir Charles Mansfield, Bart., 

Gardens, S. W. 
Clauke, H.E., Colonel Sir George Sydenham, R.E., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., F.R.S., 

Government House, Bombay. 
f Clarke, Henry, J. P., Cannon Hall, Hampstead, N.W. 
Clarke, Percy, Beechwood, Caterham Valley. 

f Clarke, Strachan C, Messrs. J. Morrison cfe Co., 5 Fenchurch Street, E.C. 
fCLARKSON, J. Stewart. 

fCLAYTON, Reginald B. B., 57 Bishopsgate, E.C. 
Cleghorn, Robert C, 14 St. Mary Axe, E.C. 
Clougher, Thomas R., 17 Cocks pur Street, S.W. 
Clowes, JVIaurice, 63 Harcourt Terrace, S. W. 

fCLUNis, R. Ross, c/o C. Potter, Esq., Messrs. Flower & Sons, 6 Moorgate Street, E.G. 
fCoATES, Major Sir Edward F., Bart., M.P., 99 Gresham Street, E.C. 
CoATES, Joseph, 79 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 
Cobb, Alfred B., 11 Hillmarton Road, Camden Road, N. 
*Cobham, 0. Delaval, C.M.G., Athenceum Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Cochrane, Hon. Thomas H., Crawford Priory, Springfield, Fife, N.B. 
CocKBURN, Hon. Sir John A., M.D., K.C.M.G., Dean's Hill, Harrietsham, Maidstone. 
•fCoHEN, Charles Waley, 11 Hyde Park Terrace, W. 
fCoHEN, Nathaniel L., 11 Hyde Park Terrace, W. ; and Round Oak, Englefield Green, 

Surrey 
Cohen, Neville D., Messrs. D. Cohen <Ss Co., 17 Tokenhouse Yard, E.C. 
Colcock, Neville B., Ontario Government Agency, 163 Strand, W.C. 
CoLEBROOK, Albert E., 44 St. Mary Axe, E.C. 
Coles, Colonel Arthxtr H., C.M.G., D.S.O., 18 Walpole Street, Chelsea, S.W. ; and Naval 

and Military Club, Piccadilly, W. 
Coles, William R. E., 1 Adelaide Buildings, London Bridge, E.C. 
fCoLLEY, The Ven. Archdeacon Thomas, Stockton Rectory, Rugby. 
Collier, Rev. Henry N., M.A., 20 Cou.rt Road, Molineux Park, Tunbridge Wells. 
Collins, Capt. R. Muirhead, R.N., C.M.G., 49 Oakley Street, S.W. 
tCoLLUM, Rev. Hugh Robert, M.R.I. A., F.S.S., 35 Oakley Street, Chelsea, S.W. 
CoLLYER, William R., M.A., I.S.O., Hackford Hall, Reepham, Norfolk. 
CoLMER, Joseph G., C.M.G., 29 Eldon Road, W. 
Colquhoun, Archibald R., 27 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W. 
CoLvm, Ian Duncan, Hazeldene, Woodstock Avenue, Colder' s Green, N.W. 
CoNiGRAVE, B. Fairfax, 170 Winchester House, E.C. 
Connaught, H.E., Field-Marshal H.R.H. the Duke of, K.G., G.C.M.G., Government 

House, Ottawa, Canada ; and Bagshot Park, Surrey. 
Connor, Edwin C, Holmhurst, Sherbrook Avenue, Maxwell Park, Glasgow ; and Belsize 

Estate and Produce Co., 27 Austin Friars, E.C. 
Oonolly, :Edward, Boys' School, Woolston, Southampton. 



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Royal Colonial Institute. 

CoNYBEARE, Chaeles A. V., Oal-ficM Park, Darfford, Kent. 

CONYBEARE, Rev. Wm. James, M.A., Newington Rectory, S.E. 

fCooDE, M. P., c/o Messrs. H. S. King <fc Co., 9 Pall Mall, S.W. 

fCooKE, Henry M., 12 Friday Street, B.C. 

Cooke, Sir Clement Kinloch, M.P., 3 Mount Street, W. 

Cooper, J. Astley, St. Stephen's Club, Westminster, S.W. 

Cooper, Rev. Charles J., 20 Hertford Street, Cambridge. 

Cooper, Richard A., M.P., Ashlyns Hall, Berkhamsted. 

Cooper, Robert Elliott, C.E., 44 Princes Gate, S.W. ; and 8 The Sanctuary, West- 
minster, S. W. 

Cooper, Sir Richard P., Bart., Berkhamsted. 

Cooper, Sir William C, Bart., Whittlebury Lodge, Towcester. 

CoPLESTON, Lieut. Reginald G., R.N., Off well Rectory, Honiton. 

CoRFE, Right Rev. Bishop Charles J., D.D., Church House, BearCs Yard, S.W. 

CoRNEY, B. Glanvill, I.S.O., 19 Abingdon Court, Kensington, W. 

Cornish, Vaughan, D.Sc., F.R.G.S., F.G.S., F.C.S., The Vicarage, Sunningdale, Ascot ; 
and 31 Kensington Gardens Square, W. 

Cotton, Sydney H., 1a Chesterfield Street, Mayfair, W. 

CoTTS, W. D. Mitchell, 4 London Wall Buildings, B.C. 

Coxilter, George Gerald, 74 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 

CoDHTHOPE, William F., National Club, 1 Whitehall Gardens, S.W. 

CoTTRTis, Edward, 13 St. Laurence Road, Plymouth. 

fCoHTTS, William Scott, 3 Bricket Road, St. Albans ; and 2 BiUiter Avenue, E.G. 

fCowDRAY, Right Hon. Lord, 16 Carlton House Terrace, S.W. ; and Paddockhurst, Worth, 
Sussex. 

CowiE, Archibald, Barrs, Car dross, N.B. 

CowiE, George, 11 Courtfidd Road, S.W. ; and Suffolk House, B.C. 

Cox, Alfred W., 30 St. James's Place, S.W. 

Cox, Frank L., 118 Temple Chambers, B.C. 

Cox, George Curling, cjo T. L. Crown, Esq., Edgemoor, Harrogate Road, Ripon. 

fCoxHEAD, Colonel J. A., R.A., C.B., Church Hill House, Great Waldingfield, Suffolk ; and 
Naval and Military Club, Piccadilly, W. 

■fCnAWLEY-BoEVEY, Anthony P., Birchgrove, Crosswood, Aberystwyth ; and Oriental 
Club, Hanover Square, W. 

Creagh, Charles Vandeleur, C.M.G., 32 Charlton Road, Blackheath, S.E. 

Cressey, George H., M.R.C.S., Oak Manor, Tonbridge. 

Crew, Josiah, Tavistock Hotel, Covent Garden, W.C. 

Crichton, Robert, The Mardens, Caterham Valley. 

Critchell, J. Troubridge, 12 Walpole Terrace, Brighton. 

Croft, H. Page, M.P., 53 Onslow Gardens, S.W. 

Croft, Kenneth, 14 Hanover Square, W. 

Crookshank, Edgar M., J. P., Saint Hill, East Grinstead. 

Crosfield, Captain George R., 4 Winmarleigh Street, Warrington. 

Cross, Andrew L., 19 Murrayfield Avenue, Murrayfield, Edinburgh. 

Crow, James N. Harvey, M.B., CM., Ardrishaig, Argyleshire. 

Crowdy, Frederick H., M.D., South Grove, Highgate, N. 

Crundall, Sir William H., J. P., Woodside, Kearsney, Dover. 

Cuff, William Symes. 34 Lambolle Road, Hampstead, N. W. 

Culver, Robert, Clareville, Upminster, Essex. 

CuLLEN, William H., Mickleham Downs, Dorking. 

CuNiNGHAM, Granville C, 37 Craven Hill Gardens, W. 

Cunningham, Andrew, 15 Bramham Gardens, S.W. 

Cunningham, Robert M., Constitutional Club, Northumberland Avenue, W.G. 

Cunninghame, Douglas, National Bank of South Africa, Circus Place, E.G. 

fCuRLiNG, Robert Sumner, 70 Duke Street, W. 

CuRSON, H. C, 63 Aldermanbury, E.G. 

fCuRTis, Spencer H., 24 Longridge Road, EarTs Court-, S.W. 



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*CuEZOK Off Kedleston, Right Hon-. Earl, G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., 1 Carlton House Terrace. 

S. W. ; and Hackwood Park, Basingstoke. 
CusTANCE, Admiral Sir Reginald N., K.C.B., K.C.M.G., C.V.O., 42 Half Moon 

Street, W. 

Dalton, Rev. Canon John Neale, M.A., K.C.V.O., C.M.G., The Cloisters, Windsor. 

Dangar, D. R., Holkliam, Inner Park Road, Wimbledon Common, S.W. 

Dangar, F. H., Lyndhurst, Cleveland Road, Ealing, W. 

fDANGERFiELD, James, CoTS-y-Gedol Hall, Dyffryn, Merioneth. 

Daniell, Colonel James Legeyt, United Service Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 

Danson, Francis C, Tower Buildings, Liverpool. 

D'Arcy, William Knox, 42 Grosvenor Square, W. ; and Stanmore Hall, Stanmore. 

Darley, Cecil W., I.S.O., M.Inst.C.E., 29 Queen Anne's Chambers, Westminster, S.W. 

Darnley, Right Hon. the Earl of, Cobham Hall, Gravesend. 

Darrington, Thomas, Penrhyn, The Cliase, Enfield. 

Davidson, Leybourne F., York Villa, Cullen, N.B. 

Da vies, Henry, 23 Manor Court Road, Hanwell, W. 

Da vies, Brigadier-General Richard H., C.B., Holmesdale, South Farnborough, Hants. 

fD'AviGDOR-GoLDSMiD, OsMOND E., Somcrhill, Tonbridge, Kent. 

Davis, Charles Percy, 23 Lowndes Street, S. W. ; and Conservative Club, St. James's 

Street, S. W. 
Davis, Admiral E. H. M., C.M.G., Rathedmond, Bexhill-on-Sea ; and Naval and Military 

Club, Piccadilly, W. 
fDAVSON, Edward R., 20 Ennismore Gardens, S.W. 
Daav, John W., Waldreddon Manor, Tavistock, Devon. 
fDAWES, Henry Halford, 112 Fenchurch Street, E.C. 
Dawes, William C, Mount Ephraim, Faversham, Kent. 
Dawson, A. J., ' Standard of Empire,' 104 Shoe Lane, E.C. 
fDAWSON, John Eugene, F.R.G.S., 4 Park Place, St. James's, S.W. 
fDAWsoN, Rankine, M.A., M.D., 

Day, Ven. Charles V. P., M.A., The Vicarage, Wookey, Wells, Somerset. 
Deane, Hermann F. W., M.A., F.S.A., Gower Lodge, Windsor. 
fDEBENHAM, Ernest R., 17 Melbury Road, Kensington, W. 
Debenham, Frank, F.S.S., 1 Fitzjohn's Avenue, N.W. 
fDE Colyar, Henry A., K.C, 24 Palace Gardens Terrace, W, 
Deed, Walter, C.E., Woodlands, Moult Hill, Salcombe, Devon. 
d'Egville, Howard H., 2 Hare Court, Temple, E.C. 
Delmege, Edward T., 17 St. Helen's Place, E.C. 
De.Mattos, Edgar Guy, Rose Hill, Bobbing, Sittingbourne. 
Denman, H.E., Right Hon. Lord, G.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., Government House, Melbourne, 

Victoria. 
Dennis, Frank, 108 Cannon Street, E.G. 
Denny, Colonel John, Dumbarton, N.B. 
De Nordwall, Charles F., 15 Tavistock Road, Croydon ; 

South Africa, 605 Caxton House, S. W. 
fDENT, Sir Alfred, K.C.M.G., Belgrave Mansions, S.W. ; 
D'EsTERRE, J. C. E., Elmfield, Hill, Southampton. 
D'Esterre, Robert E., Hetherwood, Reigate, Surrey. 
Deverell, Wykeham T., 8b Portman Mansions, Baker Street, W. 
Devereux, Ernest, La Quinta, Upper Warlingluim, Surrey. 
fDE ViLLiERS, Jacob N., Edmar, Sevenoaks. 
Devitt, Thomas Lane, 12 Fenchurch Buildings, E.C. 
fDEvoNSHiRB, His Grace the Duke op, 78 Piccadilly, W. 
Dew, Arthur T., Monkerton Manor, Pinhoe, Exeter. 
Dewey Charles H., The Redlands, Murray Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 
Dewhurst, Captain John S., J. P.- Junior Naval and Military Club, 96 Piccadilly, W. 

and Foxhall, co. Donegal. 



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1909 Db Winton, Cecil, Hole Park, Rolvenden, Kent ; and Badminton Club, 100 Piccadilly, W. 

1902 Dewsbtjby, Frederick, 36 Neivgate Street, E.C. 

1909 DiAS, Reginald F.,'c/o Messrs. Riclmrdson d; Co., 25 Suffolk Street, S.W. 

1910 Dick, Captain Thomas A., late R.A., 105 Cadogan Gardens, S.W. 

1911 Dickinson, Alwin R., 8 Campden Road, South Croydon. 

1896 Dickinson, James W., Queensland National Bank, 8 Princes Street, E.G. 

1883 Dickson, Raynes W., 23 Cambridge Road, Hove, Sussex. 

1900 Dietzsch, Ferdinand, 652 Salisbury House, London Wall, E.C. 

1903 Dillon, Cormac Cronly, 88 Maida Vale, W. 

1906 Dixon, Frank H., c/o Messrs. Alexander, Fletcher <Ss Co., 2 St. Helen's Place, E.C. 

1902 DoBSON, William H. L 

1911 DOLAND, George F., Kensington House, Bedford Hill, Balham, S.W. 

1882 Donne, William, 15 Leigham Court Road, Streatham, S. W. 

1894 Doolette, George P., 7 Walbrook, E.C. 

1908 Douglas, ADivnuAL Sir Archibald L., G.C.B., G.C.V.O., Newnham Hook, Winchfield ; 

and United Service Club, S. W. 

1905 Douglas, Sir Arthur Percy, Bart., c/o Martin s Bank, 68 Lombard Street, E.C. 

1894 Douglas, John A., c/o Union Bank of Australia, 71 Cornhill, E.C. 

1901 Douglas, Robert Langton. M.A., 110 Piccadilly, W. 

1889 Drage, Geoffrey, 29 Cadogan Square, S.W. 

1890 Drayson, Walter B. H., Daneshill, Stevenage. 

1910 Drew, Alfred H., 26 Phillimore Gardens, W. ; and 23 Atistin Friars, E.C. 
1868 fDuciE, Right Hon. the Earl of, G.C.V.O., Tortivorth Court, Falfield, Glos. 
1905 Dudgeon, Sir Charles John, 3 Hans Crescent, S. W. 

1894 tDuDLEY, Right Hon. the Earl of, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., 7 CarUon Gardens, S.W. 

1879 Duncan, Captain Alexander, 2 Downie Terrace, Grail, Fife, N.B. 
1889 Duncan, John S., Natal Bank, 18 St. Swithin's Lane, E.C. 

1895 fDuNCAN, Robert, Whitefield, Govan, N.B. ; and 9 Inverness Terrace, W. 

1892 Duncan, Wm. H. Greville, Oakvale, Stonehaven, N.B.; and Oriental Club, Hanover Square, W, 

1903 DuNDAS, The Ven. Archdeacon Charles L., M.A., Charminster Vicarage, Dorchester. 

1885 DuNDONALD, LiEUT. -GENERAL THE Earl OF, K.C.V.O., C.B., 34 Portman Square, W. 

1894 fl^^^^i'i'' Owen R., Garboldisham Manor, East Harling, Norfolk ; and Junior Carlton 

Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1909 fD^NN, F. H., 41 Threadneedle Street, E.C. 

1908 Dunn, Fred., Messrs. Stewarts & Lloyds, Ltd., 50 Old Broad Street, E.C. 

1911 Dunn, John, 25 Montagu Square, W. 

1885 Dunn, Sir William, Bart., Broad Street Avenue, E.C. 

1885 fl^^^^N-YARKER, H. W., Eccl&ston, Chester. 

1878 fl^^'^i^VEN, Right Hon. the Earl of, K.P., C.M.G., 22 Norfolk Street, Park Lane, W, ; 

Kenry House, Putney Vale, S. W. ; and Carlton Club, S. W. 

1897 fl^^i^^CHER, Alfred F., Crosby, Waldegrave Park, Twickenham. 

1880 fl^i'^TTON, Frank M., 74 Lancaster Gate, W. ; and Conservative Club, St. James's Street, S.W. 
1880 DuTTON, Frederick, Birch Hall, Windlesham, Surrey. 

1910 fl^^vEEN, Edward J., Gamjmoor, Hampstead Heath, N.W. 
1887 Dyer, Charles, 31 The Drive, Hove, Sussex. 

1887 Dyer, Frederick, The Pentlands, Park Hill Road, Croydon ; and 17 Aldermanbury, E.C. 
1890 fDYEK, Joseph, c/o Messrs. A. H. Wheeler <& Co., Temple Cliambers, E.C. 

1895 Eaton, Henry F., 95 Parliament Hill Mansions, Lissenden Gardens, N.W. 

1895 Eckersley, James C, M.A., Carlton Manor, Yeadon, Leeds ; and United University 
Club, Pall Mall East, S. W. 

1889 fEcKSTEiN, Frederick, Ottershaw Park, Ottershaw, Surrey. 
1894 Ede, N. J., Oakhurst, Neiley Abbey, Hants. 

1907 Edgar, Edgae. Galstaun, 4 Kensington Court, W, 

1887 t^DWABDES, T. Dyer, 5 Hyde Park Gate, S. W. ; and Prinknash Park, Painswick, Stroud, 

1904 Edwards, Harry Woodward, 12 Park Road, Beckenham. 

1890 Edwards, Lieut. -General Sib J. Bevan, K.C.M.G., C.B., 9 Wilbralmm Place, S.W. 



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Edwards, Lancelot R., 12 Park Road, JBeckenJutm. 

IEdwards, S. 

fEoERTON, Professor Hugh E., M.A., 14 St. Giles', Oxford. 

fELDER, Frederick, 21 Cleveland Gardens, Hyde Park, W. 

f Elder, Wm. George, 7 St. Helen's Place, E.G. 

Eldridge, Edward H., Fairlight, Madeira Road, Streatham, S.W. 

Elgin & Kincardine, Right Hon. the Earl of, K.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., Broom Hall, 

Dunfermline, N.B. 
Elias, Colonel Robert, Rendham Barnes, Saxmundham ; and Army and Navy Club, 

Pall Mall, S.W. 
■[■Elliot, Leslie. 

■{•Elliot, Major E. H. M., Wolfelee, Haioick, N.B. 
Ellis, Henry Vaughan, 19 St. Andrew's Mansions, Dorset Street, W. 
Elwell, Wm. Ernest, Heyford Hills, Weedon. 
Elwell, William R. G., 3 Doumside Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Ely, Herbert W., Tasmania Government Office, 56 Victoria Street, S. W. 
Emett, Frederick W., 22 Birch Grove, Ealing Common, W. 
fEMMOTT, Right Hon. Lord, 30 Ennismore Gardens, S.W. 
Erbsloh, E. C, 21 Great Winchester Street, E.G. 
Esdaile, Channing, 25 Carleton Road, Tufnell Park, N. 
Ewart, John, Messrs. James Morrison <& Co., 5 Fenchurch Street, E.G. 
EwiNQ, John, 5 Upper Gilmore Terrace, Edinburgh. 
fEwiNG, William, 14 St. Vincent Place, Glasgow. 
Eyles, George Lancelot, C.M.G., M.Inst.C.E., 12 Dean's Yard, Westminster, S.W. 

Fairbairn, Andrew Dodds, 67 W ailing Street, E.G. 

Fairclough, R. a., 25 Kensington Palace Gardens, W. 

Fairfax, Charles B., 25 Harcourt House, Cavendish .Square, W. 

fFAiRFAX, E. Ross, Macquarie, Tuiibridge Wells. 

■j-Fairfax, J. Mackenzie, Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

Falmouth, Right. Hon. Viscount, K.C.V.O., C.B., Tregothnan, Truro. 

Farlow, S. C. King, M.A., F.R.G.S., 3 Temple Gardens, E.G. 

fFARRAR, Sidney H., 4 London Wall Buildings, E.G. 

Fawcett, William, 76 Shooter's Hill Road, Blackheafh, S.E. 

Fawns, Rev. J. A., c/o Messrs. H. Meade-King db Son, Bristol. 

Fearnsides, John Wm., 4 Brick Court, Temple, E.G. 

Feilden, Theodore J.V., Shawinigan, Watford; and clo "Times," Printing House 

Square, E.G. 
Fell, Arthur, M.P., 46 Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 
Felton, Wm. Bertles, c/o Union of London and Smiths Bank, 8 High Street, Notting 

Hill, W. 
Fbnton, Rev. Herbert 0., B.A., 94 Newland's Park, Sydenham, S.E. 
Ferguson, A. M., Frognal House, Frognal, Hampstead, N. W. 
Finch, Henry Hobson, 25 Norfolk Crescent, Hyde Park, W. 
Finch, Otho FitzGerald, Rock Hill, Horeham Road, Sussex. 
Findlay, W. K., Kilry, Warren Drive, New Brighton, Birkenhead. 
FiNLAY, Right Hon. Sir Robert B., K.C, G.C.M.G., M.P., 31 Phillimore Gardens, W. 
FiNLAYSON, David, 27 The Grove, Boltons, W. 

FiNUCANE, Morgan L, M.R.C.S.E., 10 Ashley Place, Victoria Street, S.W, 
Finn, Colonel Harry, C.B., 24 Creffield Road, Ealing, W. 
FitzGerald, Wm. G., A.M.I.N.A., 35 Bushwood Road, Kew, Surrey. 
fFiTzGERALD, William W. A., Garrigoran, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Clare, Ireland; and 

Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 
Fleming, Sir Francis, K.C.M.G., 9 Sydney Place, Onslow Square, S.W.; and Oriental 

Club, Hanover Square, W. 
Flint, Joseph, C.M.G., Rosemount, Sanderstead Road, Sanderstead, Surrey ; and the Niger 

Company, Ltd., Surrey House, Victoria Embankment, W.G. 



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1911 

1911 

1910 

1911 

1889 

1901 

1889 

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1889 
1890 
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1907 I 
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1903 
1909 
1900 I 

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1908 
1898 
1911 
1908 
1909 

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1898 

1908 i 
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1889 
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1911 
1907 
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1894 
1890 
1909 
1910 
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1911 
1891 
1911 
1911 
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1902 

1902 
1908 



Royal Colonial Institute. 

Flower, Alfred, cJo R. H. Wright, Esq., 121 Victoria Street, S.Wi 

FoDEN, John, 9 Chiswell Street, E.G. 

fFoRAN, Bernard F., 20 Lancaster Gate, W. 

Forbes-Dennis, A. A., Wellington Club, Grosvenor Place, S.W. 

Ford, Allan Douglas, cjo National Safe Deposit Co., 1 Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 

fFoRD, James P., Meadowhank, Carnoustie, N.B. 

FoRGAN, THOMA.S H., The Ley, Northwich. 

FoRLONG, Captain Charles A., R.N., Gore Vale, Emsworth, Hants. 

FoRSTER, Cecil C, The Thatched Cottage, Otham, Maidstone. 

Fowler, George M., C.M.G., The Manor House, Horsepath, Oxford. 

Fowler, Gordon C, Springhurst, Newbury, Berks. 

Fowler, James, Bed Court, Peek Crescent, Wimbledon, S.W. 

FowLiE, William, 15 Coleman Street, E.G. 

Fox, Francis Douglas, M.A., M.Inst.C.E., 19 Kensington Square, W. 

Fox, Henry Wilson, 4 Halkin Street, S. W. 

Fox-Symon3, Robert, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., D.P.H., 95 Cromwell Road, S.W. 

Foxwell, Douglas L., Pendone, Lancing, Sussex. 

Francis, Daniel, 21 Lindfield Gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 

Fraser, a. J., Australian Press Association, 80 Fleet Street, E.G. 

fFRASER, John C, c/o Messrs. Stephen, Fraser <fc Air, 65 London Wall, E.G. 

Feazer, Wm. Dyer, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 30 Greencroft Gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 

•j-Fremantlb, Admiral the Hon. Sir Edmund R., G.C.B., C.M.G., 44 Lower Sioane 

Street, S.W. 
French, Captain Charles N., 1st Hampshire Regiment, The Barracks, Londonderry. 
French, Sir Somerset R., K.C.M.G., Aylwins, Mayfield, Sussex. 
Frere, The Ven. Archdeacon Hugh Corrie, Roydon Rectory, Diss, Norfolk. 
Frewen, Moreton, Brede, Sussex. 

Friend, W. Horace, 11 Park Lane, W. ; and Junior Athenaeum, Piccadilly, W. 
Fuller, Sir Bampfylde, K.C.S.I., CLE., c/o London County and Westminster Bank, 

St. James's Street, S. W. 
fFuLLER, H.E., Sir John M. F., Bart., K.C.M.G., Government House, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Fulton, John, 26 Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, W. 

Galbraith, John H., 32 Victoria Street, S.W. 

Gale, Wilfred, 41 Iverna Gardens, W. 

Galloway, Malcolm W., Shelley Hall, Ongar, Essex. 

Game, James Aylward, 11 North Gate, Regent's Park, N.W. ; and 2 Eastcheap, E.G. 

Gammidgb, Henry, Standard Bank of South Africa, 10 Clemenfs Lane, E.G. 

Gard, W. G. Snowdon, LL.B., 9 Rosslyn Hill, Hampstead, N .W . ; and 2 Gresham Build- 
ings E.G. 

Gardner, Alfred H., Hilden, Cheriton Gardens, Folkestone. 

Gardner, Rev. Richard Titley, M. A., Church House, Dean's Yard, S. W. 

f Gardner, Stewart, New South Road, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

Garnett, William J., The Red House, Narborough, Leicester. 

fGARRisoN, W. Herbert, F.R.G.S., 46 Albany Mansions, Albert Bridge Road, S.W. 

Garrod, James B., 3 Parkholme Road, Dalsion, N.E. 

Garvin, James L., 9 Grevile Place, N. W. 

Gaseleb, General Sir Alfred, G.C.B., G.C.I.E., Grove End, Pit Farm Road, Guildford. 

Gates, Edward C, Self-Help Emigration Society, Memorial Hall Buildings, E.G. 

Gatty, Sir Stephen H., 45 Onslow Gardens, S.W. 

Gayford, Herbert S., Northern Assurance Co., 1 Moorgate Street, E.G. 

Gbldard, Major Francis, Naval and Military Club, 94 Piccadilly, W. 

George, David, Bank of New South Wales, 29 Threadneedle Street, E.G. 

George, Major F. Nelson, cjo Bank of New Zealand, 1 Queen Victoria Street, E.G. ; and 
Junior Athenceum Club, Piccadilly, W. 

Gibbings, Major Henry Cornwall C, Junior United Service Club, Charles Street, S. W. 

Gibbon, John Murray, 11 Rupert Road, Bedford Park, Chiswick, W. 



Resident Fellows. 



45 



fGiBBONS, William Pike, J. P., Buiton House, Dudley. 

Gibson, Frank, Wm., 8 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. 

Gibson, Vice- Admiral Herbert W. S., Hurstleigh, Blackwater, Hants. 

Gilbert, Alfred, 17 Castleton Mansions, Barnes, S.W. 

fGiLBERTSON, Charles, 16 Gloucester Walk, Kensington, W. 

f Gilchrist, William, cjo Standard Bank of South Africa, 10 Clement's Lane, E.C. 

•f-GiLCHRiST, William Oswald, Oakley Hall, Basingstoke. 

Gilfillan, Samuel, 2 BilUter Avenue, E.C. 

GiLLANDERS, James, 41 Tooley Street, S.E. 

Gillespie, William, 23 Crutched Friars, E.C. 

Gilmotjr, S. Carter, 25 Cumberland Road, Acton, W. 

GiRDWOOD, John, J.P., 27 Clement's Lane, E.C. 

Gladstone, H.E., Right Hon. Viscount, G.C.M.G., Oovernment House, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Glanfield, George, Hale End, Woodford, Essex. 

Glantawe, Right Hon. Lord, The Grange, Swansea ; and 33 Eaton Square, S. W. 

Glasgow, Right Hon. The Earl op, G.C.M.G., Kelburne, Fairlie. N.B. 

Goad, Samuel, 35 Vicarage Road, Hastings. 

GoDBY, Michael J., c/o Union Bank of Australia, 71 Cornhill, E.C. 

fGoDPREY, Raymond, F.R.G.S., F.R.A.S. {late of Ceylon), 79 Cornhill, E.C. 

GoDSAL, Captain William, R.E., Haines Hill, Tun/ford, Berks. 

Godson, Edmund P., Castlewood, Shooter's Hill, Kent. 

GoLDiB, Right Hon. Sir George T., K.C.M.G., Naval and Military Club, Piccadilly, W. 

Goldman, C. Sydney, M.P., 507 Salisbury House, E.C. 

GoLDRiNG, A. R., Transvaal Chamber of Mines, 202 Salisbury House, E.C. 

GoNSALVES, George, A.M.Inst.C.E., 62 London Wall, E.C. 

GoODAY, J. F. S., 2 Raymond Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. 

GooDHART, George E., Messrs. Pollock-Hope da Co., 32 Bishopsgate, E.C. 

Goodman, R. Gwelo, 56 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W. 

Goodman, Sir William Meigh, K.C, Clavadel, Pit Farm Road, Guildford. 

Goodsir, George, Messrs. W. Weddel & Co., 16 St. Helen's Place, E.C. 

fGoRDON, Charles G., A.M.Inst.C.E., Southrepps, Norwich. 

■fGoRDON, George W., The Brewery, Caledonian Road, N. 

f Gordon, John William, 11 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. 

fGoRDON, John Wilton, 9 New Broad Street, E.C. 

fGowANS, Louis F., 46 Birch Grcyve, Acton, W. 

GowER, Robert Vaughan, Ferndale Lodge, Tunbridge Wells. 

Graham, Sir Frederick, K.C.B., St. Stephen's Club, Westminster, S.W. 

f Grant, Cardross, Bruntsfield, Bromley Road, Beckenham, Kent. 

fGRANT, E. H., Priory Lawn, Cheltenham. 

Grant, Henry, Sydney Hyrst, Chichester Road, Croydon. 

Grant, William Tarver, Blenheim Club, 26 King Street, S. W. ; and 8 Acacia Place, 

St. John's Wood, N.W. 
Grant, William, 20 Pencester Road, Dover. 
Gray, John, 3 Victoria Drive, Rock Ferry, Birkenhead. 
Gray, Robert J., 60 Bunhill Row, E.C. 

fGRAY, Robert Kaye, M.Inst.C.E., Lessness Park, Abbey Wood, Kent. 
Green, Frederick Daniel, 13 Fenchurch Avenue, E.C. 
Green, Major-General Sir Henry, K.C.S.L, C.B., 93 Bdgrave Road, S. W. 
fGREEN, Morton, J. P., 320 Loop Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 
Greene, J. Arthur, Templecombe, Mortlake Road, Kew, Surrey. 
Greener, Charles E., The Rookery, Hartopp Road, Four Oaks, Birmingham. 
Greenfield, J. H., St. Ronan's, Egmont Road, Sutton, Surrey. 
Grebnhalgh, H. R., 28 Cavendish Drive, Rock Ferry, Birkenhead. 
Greenish, Alfred W., 86 St. James's Street, S.W. 
Greig, Henry R. W., Preston House, Kingston-on-Thames. 
Grenfell, R. N., 16 George Street, Mansion House, E.C. 
Greswell, Rev. William H. P., M.A., Dodington Rectory, near Bridgwater, Somerset. 



46 Royal Colonial Institute. 

Year of 
Election. 

1882 I Gretton, Lieut. -Colonel George Le M., Hill View, SJierborne, Dorset; and United Service 
Club, Pall MaU, S.W. 

1889 t'^i'^EY' Right Hon. Earl, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., Howich Hall, Lesbury, Northum- 
berland ; and 22 South Street, Park Lane, W. 

1897 Grieve, Norman W., 1 Stafford Terrace, Kensington, W. 

1911 Grieve, Robert, Bannatyne, St. Albans. 

1903 Griffith, W. L., Canada Government Office, 17 Victoria Street, S.W. 

1910 Griffiths, J. Norton, M.P., 3 West Halkin Street, S.W. 

1887 fGRiFPiTHS, WrLLiAM, Oldwell, Penylan, Cardiff. 

1909 Grigg, Edward W. M., 10 Buckingham Palace Gardens, S.W. 

1885 Grinlinton, Sir John J., Rose Hill, Middle Wallop, Stockbridge, Hants. 
1909 GxTNDLE, Isaac, 13 Heath Drive, Hampstead, N.W.; and 21 Lime Street, E.C. 
1878 Guthrie, Charles, 224 Cromwell Road, S. W. 

1886 tGwTLLiAM, Rev. S. Thorn, Hampton Poyle Rectory, Oxford. 
1885 GwYN, Walter J., 22 Billiter Street, E.G. 

1909 GwYNNE, Rev. R. L., 3 Grosvenor Park, Tunbridge Wells. 

1887 GwYTHER, J. Howard, 13 Lancaster Gate, W. 



1891 fH^GGARD, Edward, 46 Oxford Terrace, W. 

1897 Halcrow, James, 56 West Side, Wandsworth Common, S.W. 

1899 Halliday, John, 5 Holland Park, W. ; and Chicklade House, near Salisbury. 

1909 Hall-Jones, Hon. Sir William, K.C.M.G. (High Commissioner for New Zealand), 13 
Victoria Street, S.W. 

1908 Halse, Edward, A.R.S.M., M.I.M.M., Boxgrove, St. Margaret's Road, Tivickenham,. 

1911 Hamber, Eric W., Dominion Bank, 73 Cornhill, E.C. ; and Albany Chambers, Piccadilly, W. 

1906 Hambling, William G. A. 

1909 Hamer, Thomas H., New Zealand Government Office, 13 Victoria Street, S.W. 
1909 Hamersley, Alfred St. George, M.P. (K.C. of Canada), Islip, Oxford. 
1885 Hamilton, C. Boughton, C.M.G., Orbieston, Purley. 

1902 Hamilton, Frederick H., 10 Av^stin Friars, E.C. 

1894 Hamilton, Henry de Courcy, Verona, Maidenhead. 

1885 fHAMiLTON, James G. 

1900 Hamilton, Rear-Admiral James db Courcy, R.N., M.V.O., 5 Dawson Place, Bays- 

water, W. 

1908 Hanbury-Tracy, Major the Hon. Algernon H. C, C.M.G., Carmichad House, Thanker- 

ton, Lanarkshire. 

1897 Hanbury- Williams, Brigadier-General Sir John, K.C.V.O., C.M.G., Scottish Command, 

Edinburgh. 

1884 Hankey, Ernest Alers, Notion House, Chippenham. 

1891 Hanley, Thomas J., 66 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 
1905 Hannan, Charles J., F.C.I.S., Swan Brewery, Blackburn. 

1905 Hanson, Alderman and Sheriff Charles A., 9 Wilton Crescent, S.W. 

1911 fHARCOURT, Right Hon. Lewis, M.P., 14 Berkeley Square, W. ; and Nuneham Park, O.rford. 

1892 Hare, Reginald C, Western Australian Government Office, 15 Victoria Street, S.W. 

1903 fHARB, Sholto H., F.R.G.S., Montebello, Weston-super-Mare. 

1897 Harewood, Right Hon. the Earl of, K.C.V.O., Hareivood House, Leeds. 

1911 Hargreaves, Gerald de la P., B.A., 115 Clarence Gate Gardens, Regent's Park, N.W. 

1904 Harney, Hon. Edward A., 5 Paper Buildings, Temple, E.C. 

1898 Harper, Reginald Tristram, Church Hill House, Merstham, Surrey ; and Royal Societies' 

Club, 63 St. James's Street, S. W. 

1911 Harris, Herbert L, 7 Great Winchester Street, E.C. 

1895 Harris, Walter H., C.M.G., Junim Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
1877 fBLASJiis, Wolf, 197 Queen's Gate, S. W. 

1908 Harrison, Alfred H., Rathmore House, Hampton Wick. 

1886 fHAKRisoN, General Slr Richard, R.E., G.C.B., C.M.G., Ashton Manor, Dunsford, Exeter. 
1884 Harrold, Leonard Frederick, The Cottage, 1 Upper Cheyne Row, Chelsea, S.W. 

1889 Harry, Captain Thomas Row, Morwenstow, St. Ives, Cornwall. 



Resident Fellows. 



47 



fHAKSANT, Sydney B., Fairview, Rondehosch, Cafe Province, South Africa. 

Hakt, a. J. Campbell, The Lawn, Pinner, Middlesex. 

Habt, Asher, 153 Sutherland Avenue, W. 

Hart, E. Aubrey, Spencer House, Adelaide Road, Surhiton. 

Hart, Moss A., 190 Walm Lane, Gricklewood, N. W. ' 

Hartley, James B., 112 Qresham House, Old Broad Street, E.G. 

Harvey, Robert, M.I.Mech.E., 224 West Street, Glasgow ; and Gonstitutional Club, W.C. 

Harvey, Thomas Edwest, Kenmore, Shepherd's Hill, Highgate, N. 

Haslam, Lewis, M.P., 8 Wilton Crescent, S.W. 

fHASLAM, Ralph E., The Teak Hou^e, Branksome Chine, Dorset. 

Hathbrton, Right Hon. Lord, C.M.G., Teddesley, Penkridge, Staffordshire. 

fHAWTHORN, Reginald W. E., P.O. Box 1125, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

|Hawthorn, Walter. 

|Hay, Major Arthur E., late R.A., 25 Sheffield Terrace, Campden Hill, W. ; and United 

Service Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Hay, Sir Jambs Shaw, K.C.M.G., 42 Lexham Gardens, W. 
HLayman, Arthur E., 47 Clarendon Road, Holland Park, W. 
Haynes, T. H., 17 Denmark Avenue, Wimbledon, S.W. 
HIayward, J. F., Aroona, Freshford, Bath. 

Head, James, 40 Lowndes Square, S. W. ; and Inverailort, Inverness-shire. 
Healey, Gerald E. Chadwyok, B.A., 20 Rutland Gate, S.W. 
Heath, Commander George P., R.N., 30 Bramham Gardens, S.W. 
Heath, Henry F., B.A., Ph.D., 18 West Heath Drive, Colder'' s Green, N.W. 
♦Heaton, Sir John Henniker, Bart., Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 
Hedges, George A. M., 43 Gwendolen Avenue, Putney, S.W. 
f Hedgman, W. James, Santa Clara, Highland Road, Bromley, Kent. 
Heeles, Matthew G., 11 Kensington Gore, S.W. 
Hegan, Charles J., Oxford and Cambridge Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Heinekey, Robert B., 36 Egerton Gardens, S.W. 
Helby J., Glengarriff, Cobham, Surrey. 
Hely-Hutchinson, Right Hon. Sir Walter F., G.C.M.G., Court Lodge, Shorne, Gravesend ; 

and Travellers' Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Hemery, Percy, Parkside, Woodville Road, Bexhill-on-Sea. 

Henderson, Andrew D., N.Z. Farmers' Association, 110 Fenchurch Street, B.C. 
■fHENDERSON, Georqe T., 7 BHUter Square, B.C. 
Henderson, James A. Leo, Ph.D., F.G.S., 9 Bishopsgate, E.G. 
Henderson, Admiral Wm. Hannam, 12 Vicarage Gardens, Kensington, W. 
fHENNiNG, Rudolf H., 2 Mount Street, W. 
Henson, Rev. Canon H. Hensley, D.D., 17 Dean's Yard, S.W. 
Henty, Walter, 32 Eaton Square, S. W. 
Hepburn, Andrew, 24 St. Mary Axe, E.G. 
Herbert, Henry A., Rosendale, Epsom. 

Herbbrtson, Andrew J., Ph.D., Old Ashmolean Building, Oxford. 
Heriot, Major-General James A. Mackay, R.M.L.I., c/o Messrs. Stilwell & Sons, 42 Pall 

Mall, S.W. 
Hervey, Matthew W., M.Inst.C.E., East Bilney Hall, East Dereham, Norfolk. 
Hesse, F. E., Eastern Extension, dbc. Telegraph Co., Limited, Electra House, Moorgate, E.C. 
Heydeman, Captain Harry, A.M.I.Mech.E., 20 Eardley Crescent, S.W. 
fHiCHENS, Wm. Lionel, Hillside, Falmouth. 
HiDDiNGH, William. 

HiGHAM, Edward J. G., B.A., B.C.L., Parkstone, All Saints Road, Clifton, Bristol. 
Highett Anglesea, 25 Collingham Place, S.W. 

Hill, Sir Clement Lloyd, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., M.P., 13 Chesterfield Street, Mayfair, W. 
Hill, Edward C. H., The Manor House, Normandy, Guildford. 
Hill, Thomas A., M.A., J.P., Normanton House, Plumtree, Nottingham. 
fHiLL, Thomas H., Chettle, Blandford. 
jHiLLMAN, Valentine A., C.E., Downside, 125 Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol. 



48 Royal Colonial Institute. 

Tear of 
Election. 

1911 Hills, David, Bosetta, BracUey Road, Beckenham. 

1909 Hills, John Waller, M.P., Brooks's Club, St. James's Street, S. W. 

1897 HiLLSON, John C, The Bungalow, Symond's Tat, Ross, Herefordshire. 
1886 fHiLTON, C. Shtrrefp B., 41 Roland Gardens, S.W. 

1903 Htme, Lieut. -Colonel Right Hon. Sib Albert H., K.C.M.G., 58 Burton Court, 

Chelsea, S.W. 

1902 Hind-Smith, Wm. Wilson, F.R.G.S., 3 Kings Road, Westdiff -on-Sea. 

1904 tHiNDi'°'> Right Hon. Lord, Hindlip Hall, Worcester; and 33 Hill Street, Berkeley 

Square, W. 

1883 t^iNDSON, Eldred Grave. 

1883 Hingley, Sm George B., Bart., High Park, Droitwich. 
1911 Hirst, Hugo, Sjyringmead, Windsor Terrace, Hampstead, N.W. 

1903 Hoather, Charles A., 37 Hill Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 
1906 Hoblyn, Charles D., 25 Upper Hamilton Terrace, N. W. 

1909 HoDGETTS, E. A. Brayley, 36 Elvaston Place, S. W, 

1898 fHoDGSON, Gerald Tylston, B.A., Blantyre, Harpenden, Hertfordshire. 

1879 fHoDGSON, H. Tylston, M.A., Welcombe, Harpenden, Hertfordshire. 

1886 HoFFMEiSTER, C. R., 64 Queenshorough Terrace, W. 
1895 HoGAN, James F. 

1887 tHoGARTH, Francis, Durhans, Romsey, Hants. 

1891 Hogg, Henry Roughton, 38 Harrington Gardens, S. W. ; and Cheniston, Upper Macedon, 

Victoria. 

1911 HOLDSWORTH, Alfrbd, ChuTch Reform League, Church House, Dean's Yard, S.W. 

1901 Holland, Alfred R., 56 Temple Chancers, Temple Avenue, B.C. 

1901 fHoLLAND, Charles T., The Old House, Betchworth, Surrey ; and Finabury Pavement 

House, B.C. 

1910 Hollingworth, Albert C, Australian Mutual Provident Society, 37 Threadneedle 

Street, B.C. 

1906 Holmes, Frank, c/o Hong Kong db Shanghai Bank, 31 Lombard Street, B.C. 

1880 Holmested, Ernest A., Falkland House, Linden Road, Bedford. 

1908 Hood, James N., Woodside, Muirfield Road, Inverness, N.B. 
1906 Hooke, Rev. Daniel Burford, D.D., Bonchurch Lodge, Barnet. 

1911 HooLB, Francis W., Headington Manor, Oxford. 
1910 Hooper, Edward, 36 Porchester Terrace, W. 

1888 Hooper, George N., F.R.G.S., F.S.S., Elmleigh, Hayne Road, Beckenham. 

1884 Hopkins, Edward, 4q Bickenhall Mansions, W. 

1884 Hopkins, John, Little Boundes, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells. 

1890 Hopkins, T. Hollis, Leconfield, Mount Park Road, Ealing, W. ; and 9 Fore Street 
Avenue, E.G. 

1879 HoRA, James, 123 Victoria Street, S.W. ; and 147 Cannon Street, E.G. 
1903 HoRDERN, Lieut. Lionel H., R.N., Chart Lodge, Weybridge. 

1892 Horn, Thomas Sutherland, 119 Finsbury Pavement, E.G. 
1895 Horn, Wm. Austin, Junior Carlton Clvb, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1909 Hornell, Wm., Woodward, M.A., Carlton Lodge, 36 Larkhall Rise, Glapham, S.W. 
1906 HouLDEE, Alfred H., 8/9 Great St. Helens, E.G. 

1906 Houlder, Augustus Fred., The Rookery, Chaldon, Caterham. 

1876 fHousTON, George L., Johnstone Castle, Johnstone, Renfrewshire, N.B. 

1886 Hughes, George, F.C.S., 155 Fenchurch Street, E.G. ; and Bridgetown, Barbados. 

1881 fHuGHES, John, F.C.S., 79 Mark Lane, E.G. 

1880 fHuGHES, Commander R. Jukes, R.N., Whiddon, Newton Abbot. 
1884 tHuLL, W. WiNSTANLBY, St. Ann's Heath, Virginia Water, Surrey. 

1893 HuMBY, Henry G., M.Inst.C.E., 59 Gampden Hill Court, Kensington, W. 

1910 Humphreys, Henry Howard, A.M.Inst.C.E., 3 Barton Street, Westminster, S.W. 

1912 Humphries, Rev. Henry, M.A., All Saints Vicarage, Lower Road, Rotherhilhe, S.E. 

1902 Hunt, Frank, Earls Golne, Essex. 

1884 Hunter, Hamilton, C.M.G., 26, South Parade, Southsea. 

1909 HuTCHiNS, Sir Philip, K.C.S.I., Danesfort, Caniberley, Surrey. 



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Tear oi 
Election. 

1904 Hutchinson, H. Charles, Messrs. Millers, Ltd., Surrey House, Victoria Embank- 
ment, W.C. 

1896 HuTTON, Lieut. -General Sir Edward T. H., K.C.M.G., C.B., Field Place, Horsham ; and 
United Service Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 

1907 fHuTTON, J. Arthur, British Cotton Growing Association, 15 Cross Street, Manchester. 

1897 Hyams, Frank, 128 New Bond Street, W. 
1889 Hythe, Viscount, Park Oate, Battle. 

Ibbs, Percy Ma von, 59 Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W. 

Impey, George Wm., Cheverels, Orpington Road, Winchmore Hill, N. 

Im Thurn, Sir Everard F., K.G.M.G., C.B., 39 Lexham Gardens, W. 

flMROTH, GusTAV, Consolidated Investment Co., P.O. Box 590, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Ince, Howard, 2 Elm Tree Road, St. John's Wood, N. W. 

flNCHCAPE, Right Hon. Lord, G.G.M.G., K.C.S.I., K.G.I. E., Oriental Club, Hanover 

Square, W. 
Ingram, Sir William J., Bart., 65 Cromwell Road, S.W. 
Inskipp, Percy S., British South Africa Co., 2 London Wall Buildings, E.G. 
Irvine, Thomas W., 17 Aldermanbury, E.C. 
Irvine, J., Thorburn, 46 Birch Road, Oxton, Birkenhead. 
Isaacs, Jacob, 47 Gloucester Square, Hyde Park, W. 

Jackson, Lieut. -Colonel Andrew M., Victoria Chambers, Hull. 

fJACKSON, James, J.P., The Homemead, HeacJiam, Norfolk. 

fjACKSON, Sir Thomas, Bart., Statisted House, Stansted, Essex. 

Jacobs, John I., 10 Cumberland Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. 

Jacomb, Reginald B., 61 Moorgate Street, E.C. 

fjAMiESON, William, cjo Broken Hill Proprietary Company, 31 Queen Street, Melbourne, 

Victoria. 
Jarvis, Lieut. -Colonel A. Weston, C.M.G., M.V.O., 36 Upper Grosvenor Street, W. 
Jeans, Richard W., Bank of Australasia, 4 Threadneedle Street, E.C. 
fjEBB, Richard, 32 Hanover Hou^e, St. John's Wood, N.W. 
Jefferson, Harry Wyndham, 26 Austin Friars, E.C. 
fJEFFRAY, R., J., 46 Elm Park Road, S.W. 
fJENKiNS, Hon. John G., 12a Windsor Court, Bayswater, W. 
Jenkins, R. Wade, Bleak House, Hatfield Broad Oak, Harlow. 
Jenkinson, William W., 30 New Bridge Street, E.C. 
Jerningham, Sir Hubert E. H., K.C.M.G., 14 Bruton Street, W. ; and Longridge Towers, 

Berwick. 
fJERSEY, Right Hon. the Earl of, G.C.B., G.G.M.G., Osterley Park, Isleworth ; and 

Middleton Park, Bicester. 
Johnson, Frank W. F., Melrose Hall, Hove. 
Johnson, Godfrey B., Finisterre, Stebbing, Essex. 
Johnson, Captain J. Viner, Beech House, Market Lavinglon, Wilts. 
Johnson, L. 0., 1 Snow Hill, E.C. 
Johnston, George Lawson, 29 Portman Square, W. 
Johnstone, Edward. 

Jones, Frederick R., Silverthorn, Camden Park, Tunbridge Wells. 
fJoNES, Henry, Bramley Dene, Branksome Park, Bournemouth. 
Jones, Captain Henry M., V.C, United Service Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Jones, Henry V. F., Canadian Bank of Commerce, 2 Lombard Street, E.C. 
Jones, Sir W. H. Quayle, Barton Mere, Bury St. Edmunds. 
fJoNSSON, P. L., cjo Bank of Africa, 113 Cannon Street, E.C. 
Joshua, Abram, 12 Collingham Gardens, S.W. 
JosLiN, Henry, Gaynes Park, Upminster, Essex. 
JoYNT, John W., 90 Oower Street, W.C. 
JuNKiN, J. F., Sun Life Assurance Co., 4 Norfolk Street, V/.C. 



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Royal Colonial Institute. 



Tear of 
Election. 

1909 I Jtjst, C. F., 11/12 Charing Cross, S.W. 

1909 I JtJST, SiE Haetman W., K.C.M.G., C.B., 4 Cathcart Road, South Kensington, S.W. 



1910 

1898 ' 
1902 
1903 I 
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1894 
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1912 
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Kayseb, J. A. S., Commonwealth of Australia, 72 Victoria Street, S.W. 

fKATJFMAN, Charles, 12 Berkeley Street, W. 

Keep, Ronald, Woollet Hall, North Cray, Foots Cray, Kent. 

Kehrmakn, L., c/o Standard Bank of South Africa, 10 Clement's Lane, E.G. 

Keith, A. Beeriedale, M.A., D.C.L., Colonial Office, Downing Street, S.W. 

Keith-Douglas, Stewaet M., Oriental Club, Hanover Square, W. 

Kennedy, John Mfrray, Knockralling, Dairy, Galloway, N.B. ; and New University 

Club, S.W. 
Kent, Robeet J., 24 Portland Place, W. 
fKENYON, James, Walshaiv Hall, Bury. 
Keee, David, Attleborough Cottage, Nuneaton. 
Keee, Philip Henry, Travellers'' Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Keswick, James J., Mavie, Dumfries, N.B. 

fKEY, Rev. Sie John K. C, Baet., Little Wittenlmm Rectory, Abingdon. 
Killam, I. Walton, 10 Whitehall Court, S.W. ; and 28 Threadneedle Street, E.G. 
Kimbee, Sie Henry, Baet., M.P., 79 Lombard Street, E.G. 
fKiNG, Heney Douglas, 28 Hyde Park Gardens, W. 
fKiNGDON, Heney F., Maybury Wood, Woking. 
KiNNAiED, Right Hon. Loed, 1 Pall Mali East, S. W. 

Kingston, Clement U., Australian Mercantile Co., 13 Leadenhall Street, E.G. 
KiEKCALDY, Norman M., A.M.Inst.C.E., F.G.S., 57 Bernastrasse, Berne, Suisse. 
KiEKPATEiCK, Hon. Andeew a. (Agent-Geneeal foe South Australia), 85 Gracechurch 

Street, E.G. 
KiRKWOOD, Montague, Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
KiRKWOOD, TowNSEND M., 12 Egerton Gardens, S.W. 
Kjtching, Heney, J.P., The Grange, Great Ayton, Yorks. 

•j-KiTCHTNG, John, Oaklands, Kingston Hill, Surrey ; and Branksome Hall, Darlington. 
Knowles, C. C, Hilbre Point, Hoylake, Cheshire. 

Knox, Lieut. Henry T. C, late R.N., 14 King Street, Portman Square, W. 
Keause, Rudolph H., Gomberton Hall, Kidderminster. 
fKEAUSS, Heney J., 29 Fitzjohn's Avenue, N.W. 
Keegoe, C. H., Southfield; Mickleburg Hill, Heme Bay. 
Keohn, Heeman a., B.A., Maldon Court, Maldon, Essex. 

Lagden, Sir Godfeey, K.C.M.G., Selwyn, Oatlands Gluxse, Weybridge. 

fLAiNG, James Robeet, 7 Australian Avenue, E.G. 

Lamb, David C. (Colonel, Salvation Aemy), 101 Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 

Lambert, Alfeed, British Empire Club, 12 St. James's Square, S. W. 

Lambeet, Aethur B., 1 Westbury Road, Ealing, W. ; and 18 Wood Street, E.G. 

Lamtngton, The Right Hon. Lord, G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., 26 Wilton Crescent, S.W. 

Langdale, Captain Fred. Lenox, F.R.G.S., 5 Waldegrave Park, Twickenham. 

jLandale, Walter, Oriental Club, Hanover Square, W. 

Landau, IVIax, 47 Victoria Street, S. W. 

Lane, Majoe-Geneeal Sir Ronald B., K.C.V.O., C.B., Carlton Hall, Saxmundham. 

jLansdowne, Right Hon. the Maequis of, K.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., Lansdmvne 
House, 54 Berkeley Square, W. ; and Bowood, near Calne, Wiltshire. 

fLAEDNEE, W. G., Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

Lascelles, Feank, Sibford Gower, Banbury. 

Laweence, Sir Joseph, 1 1 Old Court Mansions, Kensington, W. 

Lawrence, W. F., 27 Eaton Square, S.W. ; Cowesfield House, Salisbury ; and New Uni- 
versity Club, St. James's Street, S.W. 

fLAWRiE, Alex. Cecil, 14 St. Mary Axe, E.G. 

Lawson, Colonel the Hon. Haeey L. W., M.P., 37 Grosvenor Square, W. 

Lawson, Robeetson, 60 London Wall, E.G. 



Resident Fellows. 51 

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Election. 

1912 La YARD, Sir Charles P., The Gretj House, Langton Qreen, Tunbridge Wells ; and Oxford and 

Cambridge Club, S.W. 

1894 Leake, Wm. Martin, Ceylon Association, 61 Gracechurch Street, B.C. 

1911 Ledingham, a. Napier, M.B., CM., 40 Newton Road, Baysivater, W. 

1909 Lee, Professor Robert W., M.A., B.C.L., Worcester College, Oxford. 

1889 fLEECH, H. W. Chambre, LL.D., 40 Kidbrook Park Road, Blackhealh, S.E. 

1909 Lee-Roberts, John B., 5 Ormonde Terrace, Regents Park, N.W, 
1896 Leeson, William F., St. George! a Hotel, Maritzburg, Natal. 
1889 Le Gros, Gervaise, Seafield, Jersey. 

1900 Leechman, George Barclay, 50 Campden House Court, W. 

1910 Leipoldt, C. Louis, F.R.C.S.E., 10 Buckingliam Street, Adelphi, W.C. 

1911 Leitch, Donald C., M.Inst.C.E., M.LMech.E. 
1892 Le Maistre, John Le B., 4 Bond Street, Jersey. 

1912 Le Maistre, W. db V., Holmwood, Salisbury Avenue, Harpenden, Herts. 

1889 Leuchars, John W., 24 St. Mary Axe, E.C. 

1902 fLEVER, Sir Wm. Hesketh, Bart., Thornton Manor, Thornton Hough, Chester ; and 
41a Upper Tlmmes Street, E.C. 

1873 Levey, G. Collins, C.M.G., National Liberal Club, WhiteJiall Place, S.W. 

1885 Lewis, Isaac, 2 Hamilton Place, W. ; and 34 Bishopsgate, E.G. 
1911 Lewis, James W., 67 Cadogan Place, S.W. 

1905 Likely, Hastings, 16 Finsbury Circus, E.C. 

1907 fLiLFORD, Right Hon. Lord, Lilfoi-d Hall, Oundle, Northants. 

1907 LnjENFELD, Richard, 6 Bryanston Square, W. 

1891 Lincolnshire, Most Hon. the Marquis of, K.G., G.C.M.G., 53 Princes Gate, S.W. 
1911 fLiNLiTHGOW, Most Hon. the Marquis of, Hopeioivn House, South Queensferry, N.B. 
1884 Little, J. Stanley, Authors' Club, Whitehall Court, S.W. 

1886 t^iTTLEjoHN, Robert, 8 Cavendish Square, W. 

1874 Littleton, The Hon. Henry S., 21 Cadogan Place, S.W. 

1910 LiTTLEwooD, Wm. B. Gurney, Ridgewood House, Uckfield, Sussex. 

1892 Llewelyn, Sir Robert B., K.C.M.G., Furney Close, Winchficld. 

1910 Lloyd, Cyril E., Church House, Broome, Stourbridge. 

1890 Lloyd, F. Graham, 40 King Street, Cheapside, E.G. 

1899 fLLOYD, Frank, Coombe House, Croydon ; and 4 Salisbury Court, Fleet Street, E.C. 

1881 Lloyd, Richard Duppa, 2 Addison Crescent, Addison Road, W. 

1911 Locke, John, \5 Elm Park Road, Chelsea.,S.W. ; and Junior AthenoeumClub, 116, Piccadilly,W, 
1911 LocKHART, Philip H., Gable House, Stoughton Drive, Leicester. 

1911 Longley, John A., 41 Draycott Place, S.W. 

1886 fLoNGSTAFP, George B., M. A., M.D., ZftV^toncZs, Putney Heath, S.W. ; and Twitchen 

Morthoe, near Ilfracombe. 

1889 LoRiNG, Arthur H., 18 Nevern Square, S.W. 

1886 fLoTHiAN, Maurice John. 

1909 Love, John, Lavington, The Drive, Wimbledon, S.W. 

1911 Love, Joseph Boyd, J.P., LL.D., F.R.G.S., Outlands, Devonport. 

1884 Love, William McNaughton, 8 Bunhill Roiv, E.C. 

1911 Low, Robert S., 1 Mansel Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 

1899 Lowe, Samuel, Meadowbank, Hadley Wood, Middlesex. 

1911 Lowe, William D., W.S., 11 Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh. 

1877 Lubbock, Sir Nevile, K.C.M.G., 20 Eastcheap, E.C. ; and Oakley House, Bromley Common, 

Kent. 

1907 fLxJCAS, Sir Charles P., K.C.B., K.C.M.G., 65 St. George's Square, S.W. 

1911 fLucAS, Right Hon. Lord, 33 Grosvenor Road, S.W. 

1886 Lumgair, George, Kildare, Hove Park Villas, Hove, Sussex. 

1879 fLvALL, Captain Francis H., 2 Elvaston Place, S.W. ; and Naval and Military Club, 

Piccadilly, W. 

1886 Lyall, Roger Campbell, United University Club, Pall Mall East, S.W. 

1907 Lynch, Captain C. W. D., c/o London tfe Westminster Bank, 1 St. James's Square, S.W. 

1904 -j-Lynn, Hugh Spencer, 38 Victoria Street, S. W. 

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Royal Colonial Institute. 

•fLyoN, Geoege 0., Glenogil, Harkaway, via Berwick, Victoria. 
Lyttelton, The Right Hon. Alfreb, K.C, M.P., 16 Great College Street, S.W. 
fLYTTELTON, The Hon. G. W. Spencer, C.B., 49 Hill Street, Berkeley Square, W. 
Lyttleton, The Hon. John Cavendish, M.P., 18 Kensington Palace Gardens, W. 

MacAlister, G. Ian, Eoyal Institute of British Architects, 9 Conduit Street, W. 

Macalister, James, Ethelstane, 32 Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 

MacCaw, William J. M., M.P., 103 Eaton Square, S.W. 

SIacdonald, George, 2 Amherst Park, Stamford Hill, N. 

•{•Macdonald, Hector, 481 Bourlce Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

flVlAcDoNALD, p. aiARTLN, Messrs. J. R. Grant & Co., 96 Leadenhall Street, E.C. 

■fjlACFARLANE, James G., Messrs. W. Dunn & Co., Broad Street Avenue, E.C. 

flVlACFiE, John W., Rowton Hall, Chester. 

Machtn, Stanley, Cleeve, Oatlands Chase, Weyhridge. 

Mackay, Alexander, Rocknowe, Broughty Ferry, N.B. 

Mackay, Donald, Eeay Villa, Bodenham Road, Hereford. 

Mackay, John C., A.M.Inst.C.E., Bitterley, Ludlow. 

fMACKENZiE, Colin. 

Mackie, David, CliiJ Lodge, Oakfield Road, Ashtead, Epsom. 

Mackinder, Halford J., M.A., M.P., 25 Cadogan Gardens, S.W. 

tMACKXNNON, Duncan, 16 Hyde Park Square, W. 

Mackintosh, Duncan, 42 Carlton Hill, St. John's Wood, N. W. 

Maclure, A. F., 103 Lauderdale Mansions, W. 

Macmaster, Donald, M.P. (K.C. of Canada), 1a Cockspur Street, S.W. 

Maomtt.t.an, Maurice, St. Martin's Street, Leicester Square, W.C. 

McCall, Hon. Sir John, M.D. (Agent-General for Tasmania), 56 Victoria Street^ S.W. 

McCaw, Alexander T., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., London Hospital, E. 

fMcCoNNELL, Arthur J., 8 Collingham Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 

McCoNNELL, Frederick V., Camfield Place, Hatfield, Herts. 

McDonald, Jambs E., 4 Chapel Street., Cripplegate, E.C. 

McFarlane, William, Messrs. W. Dunn <& Co., 43 Broad Street Avenue, E.C. 

McGaw, John Thobubn, Broomhall, Warnlmm, Horsham. 

McGhie, T. Burns, cjo Bwana M'Kuhwa Copper Mining Co., Salisbury House, E.C. 

McIlwraith, Andrew, Billiter Square Buildings, E.C. 

McIntyrb, J. P., 3 New Basinghall Street, E.C. 

McKenzie, Frederick A., 46 Lyford Road, Wandsworth Common, S.W. 

McLean, Norman, West Hall, Sherborne, Dorset. 

Maguire, Thomas Miller, M.A., LL.D., 10 EarVs Court Square, S.W. 

Malcolm, Dougal 0., Colonial Office, Downing Street, S.W. 

Malcomson, David, c/o Messrs. Coutts dk Co., 440 Strand, W.C. 

Man, Frederick H. D., Harleyford, Bromley, Kent ; and 7 Mincing Lane, E.C. 

■j-Manners, Charles, 220 Adelaide Terrace, Perth, Western Australia. 

Marks, Harry Cecil, 6 Cavendish Square, W. 

Marlborough, His Grace the Duke op, K.G., 15 Great College Street, S.W. ; and Blenheim 
Palace, Woodstock. 

Marriott, Charles C, 137 Lavender Sweep, Clapham Common, S.W. 

Marshall, Ernest Luxmoobe, 9 St. Helen's Place, E.C. 

•j-Marshall, Henry B., 3 Throgmorton Avenue, E.G. 

Marshall, Legh R. P., M.D., Hollybush, Peebles, N.B. 

Marshall, Thomas F., 154 Gresham House, E.G. 

Martin, James, Sunnyside, 58 Palace Road, Streatkam Hill, S. W. ; and Suffolk House, 
Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C. 

Martin, Walter E., Bromley Lodge, North Finchley, N. 

Mason, John Mason, Norbury Lodge, Upper Norwood, S.E. 

Mather, Right Hon. Sir William, LL.D., Bramble Hill Lodge, Bramshaw, Lyndhurst, Hants. 

Mathers, Edward P., 6 Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. ; and 50 Old Broad Street, E.C. 

tMATHESON, Hon. Alex. Perceval, National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, S. W. 



Resident Felloivs. 53 

Tear ofi. f 

Election.^ 

1901 I Mathiesoit, James Francis, M.A., 13 Langland Gardens, FinchUy Road, N.W, 

1910 Matthews, Herbert W. 

1894 Maurice, John A., Ashleigh, Teignmouth. 

1911 Mayers, Rev. Walter J., Abbotsthorpe, Park Road, Wallington, Siirrey. 
1894 Mead, Frederick, The Moorings, St. Albans. 

1899 fMEESON, Edward Tucker, R.N., 28 Coombe Road, Croydon. 
1899 fMEESON, Frederick, 28 Ooombe Road, Croydon. 

1910 fMEESON, Roger, 28 Coombe Road, Croydon. 

1894 fMEaGiNSON, Wharram, 1 Westbury Gardens, Hanger Hill, Ealing, W. 
1878 Mbinertzhagen, Ernest Louis, 4 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, S. W. 

1886 Melhuish, William, Constitutional Club, Northumberland Avenue, W.C. 

1890 Mendelssohn, Sidney, Niddry Lodge, Holland Street, Campden Hill, W. 

1896 Menendez, Sir Manuel R., Midford House, Midford, Bath. 
1892 Messer, Allan E., 14 Old Jewry Chambers, B.C. 

1889 Metcalfe, Sir Charles H. T., Bart., 21 Tall Mall, S.W. 

1887 f Metcalfe, Frank R., Gloucester House, Stonebridge Park, N.W. 

1904 Metcalfe, Joseph, cfo Bryant Trading Syndicate, Broad Street Avenue, B.C. 

1878 Mewburn, William R., J.P., 6 Evelyn Mansions, Westminster, S.W. 

1899 fMiCHAELis, Max., Tandridge Court, Oxted, Surrey. 

1906 fMiCHiE, David Kjnloch, c/o Messrs. Walker Bros., 36 Basinghall Street, E.C. 

1911 Miles, William, 11 Pinfold Road, Streatham, S.W. ; and 111 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 
1901 Miller, Edward H., 142 Long Acre, W.C. 

1911 Miller, Stuart, Northiam, Purley, Surrey. 

1901 -j-MiLLiGAN, George, Messrs. Debenhams, Limited, 18 St. Helen's Street, Montreal, Canada, 

1907 f Mills, Colonel Dudley A., R.E., Athenceutn Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1897 fMiLLS, Thomas, Longdown House, Sandhurst, Berks. 

1895 MiLNER, The Right Hon. Viscount, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 47 Duke Street, St. James\ S.W. 

Brooks's Club, S. W. ; and Slurry Court, Canterbury. 

1901 MiLNER, Thomas J., Heverscroft, Barby Avenue, Hampstmd, N.W, 

1898 MiNTO, Right Hon. the Earl of, K.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., Minfo House, 

Hawick, N.B. ; and Lancaster Gate, W. 
1910 fMiRRiELEES, Sir Frederick J., K.C.M.G., 4 Fenchurch Street, E.C. ; and 11a Portland 

Place, W. 
1910 MiSTOWSKi, Alfred, Mus.B., 11 Heatherdene Mansions, Richmond Bridge, Twickenham. 

1902 Mitchell, Ernest J. D., M.A., M.B., M.R.C.S., c/o National Bank, 68, Gloucester Gardens, 

Bayswater, W. 
1898 fMiTCHELL, James, Lanherne, Shillingford Hill, Wallingford, Berks. 
1895 f Mitchell, John Stevenson, 8 Chiswell Street, E.C. 
1878 Mocatta, Ernest G., 4 Throgmorton Avenue, E.C. 
1910 I Moffett, Thomas, Esmond Hotel, 1 Montague Street, W.C. 
1910 Moir, Alexander, Lochanhead House, Dumfries, N.B. 
1895 MoLTENO, Percy Allport, M.P., 10 Palace Court, Bayswater, W. 

1904 Monk-Bretton, Right Hon. Lord, C.B., 16 Princes Gardens, S.W. ; and Conyboro, Lewes. 
1901 Montague, Captain, R. H. Croft, The Cottage, Thriplow, Royston, Herts. 

1884 MoNTEFiORE, HERBERT B., 7 Belsizc Avenue, N.W. 

1885 MoNTEFiORE, JoSEPH G., 4 Powis Gardens, Bayswater, W. 

1903 Montgomery, Right Rev. Bishop H. H., D.D., Society for Propagation of the Gospel, 

15 Tufton Street, S. W. 

1909 Montgomery, Lieut. -Colonel James A. L., C.S.I., St. ColurnVs, Moville, co. Donegal. 
1894 f Moon, Edward R. P., 6 Onslow Gardens, S. W. 

1887 fMooR-RADFORD, Alfred, 83a Holland Park, W. ; and 2 Hare Court, Temple, E.C. 

1885 I MooRE, Arthur Chisolm, 23 Essex Street, Strand, W.C. 

1903 j Moore, Lieut. -Colonel Arthur T., R.E., Bifrons, Farnborough, Hants. 

1910 ; Moore, Charles Viner, 33 Regent Square, W.C. 

1891 Moore, York T. G., M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., 14 Lewisham Hill, S.E. 

1883 fMooRHOUSE, Edward, c/o Bank of New Zealand, 1 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 

1911 MoREiNG, Algernon H., C.E., Moore Place, Esher. 



54 Royal Colonial Institute. 

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1885 MoRHiNG, Charles Algernon, M.Inst.C.E., F.G.S., Moore Place, Esher. 
1911 Morel, E. D., 96 Talbot Road, Higligate, N. 

1903 Morgan, Benjamin H., 15 Dartmouth Street, Westminster, S.W. 

1891 Morgan, Lieut. -Colonel A. Hjckman, D.S.O., 14 Grosvenor Place, S.W. 

189-i fMoRGAN, GwYN Vauqhan, 5 St. James's Street, S.W. 

1868 Morgan, Septimus Vaughan, 37 Harrington Gardens, South Kensington, S. W. ; and 

42 Cannon Street, E.G. 

1900 Morgan, Alderman Sir Walter Vaughan, Bart., 2 Whitehall Court, S.W. 

1897 t^ORRELL, John Bowes, 30 St. Mary's, York. 

1882 Morris, Sir Daniel, K.C.M.G., D.C.L., D.Sc, F.L.S., 14 Crabton Close, Boscombe ; and 

Savile Club, Piccadilly, W. 

1900 Morrison, James K., 10 Eton Road, South Hcnnpstead, N.W. ; and Thatched House Club, 

St. James's Street, S. W. 

1887 t^IORRisON, John S., Thatched House Club, St. Jatnes's Street, S.W. 

1886 Morrison, Walter, Malham Tarn, Settle ; and 11 Cromwell Road, S. W. 

1910 Morrison-Bell, Major Arthur C, M.P., Guards' Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1903 Morse, Gilbert, Crown Brewery, Lowestoft. 

1904 Morton, Richard F., cjo Lloyds Shipping Registry, Newport, Mon. 
1881 MosELEY, C. H. Harley, C.M.G., 75 Eltham Road, Lee, S.E. 
1902 MosENTHAL, George J., S., 190 Queen's Gate, S.W. 

1911 Moss, Fred J., 4 Earlham Grove, Wood Green, N. 

1896 MouLSDALE, WrLLL\M E., 24 Chapel Street, Liverpool. 

1910 MoYNA, Edward G. J., 93 Elm Park Gardens, S.W. 

1888 MoYSEY, Henry L., I.S.O., Cresstvell House, Bexhill-on-Sea. 

1906 Mugford, Captain Samuel, Cumberland Lodge, Lansdowne Road, Bournemouth. 

1909 MuiR, Robert, 17 Fortismere Avenue, Muswdl Hill, N. 

1911 MuLLiNS, Rev. Joseph D., M.A., 44 St. John's Wood Road, N.W. 
1911 MuNFORD, James, 34 Gloucester Gardens, Bishop's Road, W. 

1897 MuNN, Winchester, Laverstoke, near Whitchurch, Hants. 

1907 MuNRO, James, 56 Lonsdale Road, Oxford. 
1902 Murdoch, John, 52 Leadenhall Street, E.C. 

1899 Murray, The Right Hon. Alexander O. (Master op Elibank), M.P., Juniper Bank, 

Walkerburn, Peebleshire ; and Brooks's Club, St. James's Street, S. W. 

1885 fMuRRAY, Charles, 29 North Gate, Regent's Park, N.W. 

1904 Murray, Colin A., I.S.O., 18 Shorncliffe Road, Folkestone. 

1897 Murray, James, 27 Duke Street, St. James', S.W. 

1910 Murray, John, " Commercial Intelligence," 166 Fleet Street, E.C. 
1910 Murray, Kenric B., Cromer Hyde, Central Road, Morden, Surrey. 

1901 Murton, Sir Walter, C.B., Gipp's Close, Langton, Kent ; and Devonshire Club, St. James's 

Street, S.W. 

1901 fMusGRAVE, Captain Herbert, R.E., Hurst-an-Clays, East Grinstead. 

1908 Mylius, Stanley, 147 Finchley Road, N.W. 

1875 f Nairn, John, Oteka, Havelock North, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. 

1898 Napier, Sir Walter J., D.C.L., Churton Hanger, Churt, FarnJuim, Surrey. 
1906 Nathan, Frank B., 92 c/o Messrs. Ferranti, Ltd., 78 King Street, Manchester. 

1889 Nathan, George I., cjo Messrs. I. Salaman A- Co., 46 Monkwell Street, E.C. 

1887 fNATHAN, Joseph E., 23 Pembridge Gardetis, W. 

1896 Nathan, Lieut. -Colonel Sir Matthew, G.C.M.G., 36 St. George's Court, Glcnicesier 

Road, S.W. 

1881 Nathan, N. Alfred, 28 Finsbury Street, E.C. 

1886 |Neame, Arthur, Woodlands, Selling, F aver sham. 

1894 Neil, Whxiam, 35 Walbrook, E.C. 

1910 Neitenstein, Captain Frederick W., I.S.O. 

1881 Nelson, Sir E. Montague, K.C.M.G., 3 Whitehall Court, S.W. 

1893 Nelson, Harold, 13 Cambridge Gardens, Richmond, Surrey. 

1903 ' Nelson, Septimus G., Messrs. Merryweather cfc Sons, Greenwich Road, S.E. 



Resident Fellows. 55 

Nbsbitt, Robert C, 7 Devonshire Square, Bishopsgale, B.C. 

Ness, Gavin Parkee, 19 Porchester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 

Nestle, William D., Winferbourne, Brighton Road, Sutton, Surrey, 

Neumann, Sir Sigmund, Bart., 146 Piccadilly, W. 

Nbvill, James Forder, 179 Burnt Ash Hill, Lee, S.E. 

Nbvill, Lord Richard, C.M.G., Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

Neville, Charles W. ; 23 Fleet Street, E.G. 

•{•Newman, V. Chester, Law Accident Insurance Co., 94 Above Bar, Southampton. 

fNEWMARCH, John, Chasewood, Caterham Valley, Surrey. 

Neavnes, Sir Frank H., Babt., 3 Southampton Street, W.G. 

Nichol, Robert, 57 Eltham Road, Lee, S.E. 

Nicholas, Alfred M., Homestead, Great Missenden, Bucks. 

Nicholas, Wilfrid H., c/o Bank of Africa, 113 Cannon Street, E.G. 

fNiCHOLAS, William, F.G.S., Southam'pton, Balingup, Western Australia. 

fNiCHOLLS, George James, F.G.I., St. Leonards, 22 Alleyne Road, West Dulwich, S.E. 

NiCHOLLS, Horace W., 9 Amherst Avenue, Ealing, W. 

Nichols, Arthur, Bank of Egypt, 36 New Broad Street, E.G. 

Nichols, Charles Lee, 1 Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 

fNivisON, Robert, Bank Buildings, Princes Street, E.G. 

North, Frederic William, F.G.S., 106 Fordivych Road, West Hampstead, N.W. 

North, William J., Wulfruna, Newquay, Gormvall. 

Northcliffe, Right Hon. Lord, 22 St. James's Place, S. W. ; and Elmwood, St. Peter'' a, Kent. 

NoETHCOTE, Sir Ernest A., 34 De Vere Gardens, W. 

f Northesk, Right Hon. the Earl of, 6 Hans Crescent, S. W. 

Norton, Right Hon. Lord, Hams Hall, Birmingham. 

Oak, William Percival, M.Inst.C.E., Merton, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. 

Odell, Edward S., 2 Draper s Gardens, E.G. 

O'Farrell, Thomas A., J. P., 30 Lansdowne Road, Dublin. 

♦O'Halloran, Joseph S. , C.M.G., Royal Colonial Institute, Northumberland Avenue, W.G. 

fOKE, Alfred W., B.A., LL.M., F.S.A., 32 Denmark Villas, Hove. 

•fOLivER, Lionel, c/o Messrs. A. Scott dk Co., Rangoon, Burma. 

fOLivERSON, Cecil H., 37 Gloucester Square, W. 

Ommanney, Charles H., C.M.G., 3 Great Winchester Street, E.G. 

Ommanney, Sir Montagu F., G.C.M.G., K.C.B., LS.O., The Old Rectory, Finchampstead. 

Wokinglmm. 
Onslow, Right Hon. the Earl of, Clundon Park, Guildford ; and 36 Westminster 

Mansions, S.W. 
Oppenheimer, Bernard, 36 Curzon Street, W. 
Orford, Charles T., 43 Bloomsbury Square, W.G. 
fORR-EwiNG, Malcolm H., Parkwood, West Malvern. 
OsBORN, Edward B., 7 Abbey Gardens, St. John's Wood, N.W, 
fOsBORNE, Captain Frank, Harbury Hall, Leamington. 
OswELL, Wm. St. John, Fairlight, Totteridge, Herts. 
Otter, Robert E., 6 Shane Square, S.W. ; and Queenwood, Chertsey. 
Otterson, Alfred S., 8 St. George's Court, South Kensington, S.W. 
Otway, Right Hon. Sir Arthur John, Bart., 34 Eaton Square, S.W. ; and Athenwum 

Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 

fPALiOLoaus, Augustus L. 

Palmer, Harry, 6.5 Alexandra Road, St. John's Wood, N.W. 

Palmer, Captain Richard E., Oaklands Park, Newdigate, Surrey. 

f Palmer, Thomas, The Fountain, Uitenhage, Cape of Good Hope. 

Palmer, W. Leonard, 17 Mount Road, Hendon, N.W. 

Parbury, Charles, 3 De Vere Gardens, Kensington, W. 

fPARFiTT, Captain James L., R.N.R., Logan, Seagry Road, Wanstead, N.E. 

Parker, C. Sandbach, Demerara Buildings, St. Dunstan's Hill, E.G. 



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fPARKER, Sm Gilbert, M.P., 20 Carlton House Terrace, S.W. ; and Home-itall, East 
Orinstead. 
1889 fPAEKER, Henry, Vale View Cottage, Tring Hill, Tring. 

1893 fPARKiN, Georcje R., C.M.G., M.A., LL.D., 17 Waterloo Place, S.W. 

1885 Parkixgton, Sir J. Roper, J.P., D.L., 58 Green Street, W., 24 Crutched Friars, E.C. ; and 

United Service Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 
1902 Parkinson, Thomas W., M.D., 31 Cadogan Place, S.W. 
1897 j Parr, Rev. Edward G. C.; 1 Bolton Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 

1910 I Parsons, Richard E., B.A., 48 Princes Gardens, S.W. 

1911 i Parvin, John G., 46 Carholme Road, Forest Hill, S.E. 

1902 Paterson, James Gowans, Billiter Buildings, E.C. 

1912 : Patrick, Arthur C., 39 Noble Street, E.C. 

1887 I f Patterson, Myles, Conygar, Broadmayne, Dorchester ; and Oriental Club, Hanover 
I Square, W. 

1881 fPEACE, Sir Walter, K.C.M.G., I.S.O., 83 Victoria Street, S.W. 

1910 Peacock, E. R., 4 Berkeley Street, W. 

1877 Peacock, George, 27 Milton Street, Fore Street, E.C. 

1885 fPEAKE, George Herbert, B.A., LL.D., Bawtry Hall, Yorlcs. 

1877 i f Pearce, Edward, Lagarie, Cheltenham ; and Oriental Club, Hanover Square, W. 
1912 : fPEAHS, Francis, Lanadron, St. John's, Woking. 

1903 I Peel, The Hon. George, M.A., 20 Manchester Square, W. 

1911 Pelletier, Hon. P., M.D. (Agent-General tor Quebec), 36 Kingsway, W.C. 

1896 -f-PEMBERTON, CoLONEL Ernest St. Clair, R.E., 6b The Albany, Piccadilly, W. 

1894 Pender, Sir John Denison, K.C.M.G., Eastern Telegraph Co., Electra House, Moorgate, E.C. 
1911 Penfold, Alderman Stephen, J. P., 70 Cheriton Road, Folkestone. 

1886 ; fPENNEFATHER, F. W., LL.D., Rathsallagh, Colbinstown, co. Wicklow, Ireland. 
1884 Penney, Edward C., 8 West Hill, Sydenham, S.E. 

1907 Penney, Frederick Gordon, Queen Anne!s Mansions, S. W. 
1911 : Penson, Thomas H., 4 Wellington Place, Oxford. 

1892 Perceval, Sir Westby B., K.C.M.G., c/o Anglo- Japanese Bank, 70 Cornhill, E.C. 

1895 1 Perks, Sir Robert Wm., Bart., Assoc.Inst.C.E., 11 Kensington Palace Gardens, W. 
1880 ' Pereing, Charles, Oxford and Cambridge Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1902 j Perry, Robinson G., Glendyne, Eaton Rise, Ealing, W. 
1911 ! Pescod, James, 92 Priory Road, West Hampstead, N.W. 
1909 Philip, George, Hornend, Eastcote, Pinner. 

1909 Philipps, Sir Owen, K.C.M.G., 76 Eaton Square, S.W. 

1903 Phillips, H. Joshua, The Nook, Tredegar. 

1884 fPniLLips, Sir Lionel, Bart., M.L.A., P.O. Box 149, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1908 Pickering, Jonathan, M.I.Mech.E., 50 Wellington Street, Glasgow. 

1897 Piper, Wtt.t.tam E., cjo J. R. Earp, Esq., 27 Milton Street, E.C. 
1907 Pitcher, Colonel Duncan G., 3 Buckinglmm Gate, S.W. 

1897 Pitts, Thomas, C.B., The Thatched Cottage, Taplow, Bucks. 

1888 : fPLANT, Hon. Edmund H. T., M.L.C, Charters Towers, Queensland. 

1882 ' Pleydell, T. G., 63 St. James's Street, S.W. ; and East Sussex Cluh, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 
1911 Plunket, Right Hon. Lord, G.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., Kildare Street Club, Dublin; and Carlton 

'■ Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1910 ' fPLYMOUTH, Right Hon. the Earl of, C.B., 54 Mount Street, W. 
1905 f Pollock, Right Hon. Sir Frederick, Bart., 21 Hyde Park Place, W. 

1909 I PoLSON, James, 12 Southwood Avenue, Highgate, N. 

1897 ' fPoNSONBY, Rev. Prebendary S. Gordon, The Rectory, Devonpoit ; and 57 St. James's 

Street, S.W. 
1900 Pontifex, Arthur R., Soidh Lynch, Hursley, Winchester. 
1869 \ fPooRE, Major R., Old Lodge, Salisbury. 

1911 Pope, Regd^ald, M.A., 3 Marlboi'ough Road, St. John's Wood, N.W. 
1911 Porter, Colonel Atwell R., 7 Lypiatt Terrace, Cheltenham. 

1911 Potter, James, 28 Victoria Street, S.W. 

1885 ; fPoTTEE, John Wilson, 2 Fenchurch Avenue, E.C. 



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Powell, Ellis T., LL.B., B.Sc, " Financial News," 111 Queen Victoria Street, E.O. 
Praed, Sir Herbert Mackworth, Bart., 29 St. James's Place, S. W. ; and Owsden Hall, 

Newmarket. 
Prance, Reglnald H., The Ferns, Frognal, Hampstead, N.W. 
Pratt, Edwin A., Glinton, Farnborough, Orpington, Kent. 
Pratt, J. Jerram, The Eagles, West Hill, Highgate, N. 

Preece, Sir Wm. Henry, K.C.B., F.R.S., M.Inst.C.E., Gothic Lodge, Wimbledon, S.W. 
Preedy, William F., Garthowen, Marchwood Crescent, Ealing, W. 
fPRENTiCE, Thomas, 15 Eglinton Drive, Glasgow. 
Previte, Joseph Weedon, Oah Lodge, Pond Road, Blackheath, S.E. 
fPRicE, F. Hamlyn, Erbistock, Ruabon ; and Athenaeum Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 
f Price, Henry J. 

Priestley, Sir W. E. Briggs, M.P., 65 Vicar Lane, Bradford. 
Prillevitz, J. M., 2 Coleman Street, E.O. 

Probyn, Lieut. -Colonel Clifford, J. P., 55 Grosvenor Street, W. 
Probyn, Sir Lesley, K.C.V.O., 79 Onslow Square, S.W. 

PucKLE, Henry Leonard, Queensland Insurance Co., Ingram Court, Fenchurch Street, E.C. 
Purvis, Gilbert, Walliscote, St. Luke's Park, Torqvxzy. 

QuARiTCH, Bernard A., 11 Grafton Street, W. 

Radcliffe, p. Copleston, Derriford, Crown Hill, Devon ; aiid Union Club, S. W. 

Radford, W. Guy W., The Corner House, Bickley, Kent; and 5/6 Billiter Avenue, E.C. 

Rait, George Thomas, 91 Bishopsgate, E.C. 

Raleigh, Sir Thomas, K.C, K.C.S.L, 75 Victoria Street, S.W. 

Ralli, Pandeo, 17 Belgrave Square, S.W. 

Ramsden, Richard, Siddinghurst, Chiddingfold, Godalming. 

f Randall, Eugene T., c/o Commercial Bank of Sydney, 18 Birchin Lane, E.C. 

Ranfurly, Right Hon. the Earl of, G.C.M.G., 33 Lennox Gardens, S.W., Carlton Club, 

Pall Mall, S. W. ; and Northland House, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. 
Ranger, Hugh F. Harden, 3/4 Lime Street Square, E.G. 
f Rankin, Sir James, Bart., Bryngtvyn, Hereford. 
Rapaport, Isidore, 1 London Wall Buildings, E.C. 

Rason, Hon. Sir Cornthwaite H., 54 Crystal Palace Park Road, Sydenham, S.E. 
Rason, Captain Ernest G., R.N., Iririki, Furzefield Road, Reigate. 
Rathbone, Edgar P., 24 Estcourt Road, Wandsworth Common, S. W. 
IRaw, George Henry, 96 Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E.C. 
Rawson, Colonel Herbert E., C.B., Home Close, Heronsgate, Herts. ; and Junior United 

Service Club, S.W. 
Readman, James Burgess, D.Sc, Belmont, Hereford. 

tREAY, Right Hon. Lord, K.T., G.C.S.L, G.C.LE., 6 Great Stanhope Street, W. 
Reed, Albert E., J. P., 11 Portland Place, W. ; and Reform Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Reeves, Hugh Wm., 42 Old Broad Street, E.C. 
Reeves, Hon. William Pember, 43 Cornwall Gardens, S.W. 
Reid, Edward V., Messrs. Dalgety dh Co., 45 Bishopsgate, E.C. 
Reid, Right Hon. Sir George H., G.C.M.G. (High Commissioner for Australia), 

72 Victoria Street, S. W. 
Reid, Robert, 19 Chiswell Street, E.C. 
Reid, W. Douglas, Henley Hall, Ipswich. 
Rennie, George Hall, 6 East India Avenue, E.C. 
fRENTON, J. H., Woodcote, Apsley Guise, Beds. 

fRnoDES, George H., c/o Union Bank of Australia, 71 Cornhill, E.C. 
Richmond, James, Kippenross, Dunblane, Perthshire, N.B. 
RiDDELL, Patrick, Messrs. F. Bailey da Co., 59 Mark Lane, E.C. 
Ridge, H. M., 62 London Wall, E.C. 
RiDGEWAY, Right Hon. Sir J. West, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., K.C.S.L, Athenceum Club, Pall 

Mall, S. W. 



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1909 

1891 

1911 
1911 
1894 
1902 
1895 
1902 

1910 
1869 

1894 
1889 
1878 

1911 
1905 
1898 
1897 
1906 
1888 
1878 
1879 
1906 
1881 

1905 

1905 

1910 

1905 

1911 

1885 

1881 

1883 

1894 

1907 

1910 

1906 

1890 

1881 

1899 

1883 

1879 

1875 

1875 

1898 

1891 

1889 

1885 
1881 
1911 
1909 
J910 



Royal Colonial Institute. 

RippON, JosEPU, 33 Old Broad Street, E.G. 

Ritchie, Thomas, J. P., Overstrand, Cromer. 

RiviNGTON, W. John, " British Trade Jounml,^' 24 Mark Lane, E.G. ; and 21 Gledhow 

Gardens, S.W. 
RoBB, William C, 156 Highbury Neiu Park, N. ; and 20 Chiswell Street, E.G. 
*RoBERTS, Field-Marshal Earl, V.C, K.G., O.M., G.C.M.G., Englemere, Ascot. 
Roberts, G. Q., M.A., St. Thomas's Hospital, S.E. 
Roberts, James, Perran House, Perranporth, Gornwall. 
Roberts, Richard Nevill, 29 Finchley Road, N. W. 
Robertson, Sib George Scott, K.C.S.I., M.P., 2 ilitre Gourt Buildings, Temple, E.G. ; 

and Bevere Gottage, Glaines, Worcester. 
Robertson, T. Hogg, Roslin, Howlh, co. Dvhlin. 
Robinson, Major-General C. W., C.B., Beverley House, 38 Eaton Rise, Ealing, W. ; and 

Army di Nam/ Glub, Pall Mall, S. W. 
f Robinson, Sir Joseph B., Bart., Dudley House, Park Lane, W. 

fRoBLNSON, Major Sir Thomas B. (Agent- General tor Queensland), 409 Strand, W.G. 
Robinson, Sir William, G.C.M.G., 28 Evelyn Mansions, Garlisle Place, S.W. ; and Wind- 
ham Gbib, St. James's Square, S.W. 
Robinson, William S., Gourtfield, West Hill, Putney Heath, S.W. 
Roger, George, 75 Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead, N.W. ; and 4 Lloyds Avenue, E.G. 
RoLLO, The Hon. Gilbert, 55 Seymoiir Sired, W. 
Root, John, Uplands, Banstead Road, Eivell. 

Roper, Edward Wm., cjo Bank of New Zealand, 1 Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 
Roper, Freeman, M.A. Oxon., Forde Abbey, Ghard. 
Rose, B. Lancaster, 1 Grornwell Road, South Kensington, S. W. 
Rose, Sir Charles D., Bart., M.P., Hardwick House, Pangbourne, Reading. 
Rose, Thomas L. M.arwood, Queen Anne's Mansions, S. W. 
■j-RosEBERY, Right Hon. the Earl of, K.G., K.T., 38 Berkeley Square, W. ; and Dalmeny, 

near Edinburgh, N.B. 
Ross, Arthur, St. Glements, Garshalton Road, Suttun, Surrey. 
Ross, Arthur, Jun., F.I.C, F.C.S., 1 Qlengall Road, Peckham, S.E. 
Ross, Charles J., Ibslcy, Exeter. 

Ross, James W. G., Silverdale, Babington Road, Slrcatham, S.W. 
Ross, John Sutherland, 119 Finsbury Pavement, E.G. 
Ross, John K. M., I.S.O., Royal Societies' Glub, St. James's Street, S.W. 
fRoTH, H. Ling, Briarfield, Shibden, Halifax, Yorks. 

fRoTHSCHiLD, A. A., cjo Mcssrs. Deutsch, Schlesinger tfc Go., Warnford Gourt, E.G. 
RoTHWELL, George, 5 Throgtnorton Avenue, E.G. 
RouTH, Captain Reginald L., Maycroft, Pinner. 

RowLANDSON, Charles W. St. John, F.R.G.S., Royal Societies' Glub, St. James's Street, S.W. 
fRowE, Henry Vincent, 48 Onslow Square, S. W. 

RoYDS, Edmund M., Fenstanton, St. Ives, Hants. ; ajidWindham Glub, St. James's Square, S. W. 
■j-RuDD, Charles D., 8 Old Jewry, E.G. 

RuDD, Frank M., New Oxford and Gambridge Glub, Pall Mall, S.W. 
fRuNCHMAN, M. S., 3 Adams Gourt, Old Broad Street, E.G. 
Russell, Captain A. H., Fyning House, Rogate, Peters field. 
Russell, G. Grey, Glenfalloch, Branksome Wood Road, Bournemouth. 
Russell, Thomas, Haremere, Etchingham, Sussex. 
Russell, Thomas J., London tfc Westminster Bank, 41 Lothbury, E.G. 
Russell, Wm. Cecil, Haremere, Etchingham, Sussex. 
Rutherford, H. K., Saloms Court, Banstead, Epsom. 

Saalfeld, Alfred, The Elms, Bickley, Kent. 

•fSAiLLARD, Philip, 87 AUersgate Street, E.G. 

Salaman, Edmund V., 3 Rock Park, Rock Ferry, Birkenhead. 

Salmon, Edward, 2 St. John's Villas, Buckhurst Hill, Essex. 

Salter, Fred. C, Grand Trunk Railway, 17 Gockspur Street, S.W. 



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Samuel, Sm Edward L., Bart., 31 Throgmorton Street, E.G. 

Samuel, Georoe A. H., Abitujer Cottage, Aldersmead Road, New Beckeiiloam. 

Samuel, Henry, 11 Cleveland Square, Hyde Park, W. 

f Samuel, Sir Marcus, Bart., 3 Hamilton Place, W. ; and The Mote, Maidstone. 

jSandys, Captain Georoe J., M.P., 37 Eaton Square, S.W. 

fSANDEMAN, Alastair C, 3 Palmeira Square, Hove. 

Sandover, Willum, Ashburton, Richmond Hill, Surrey ; and 3 Lloyd-'' Avenue, E.O. 

fSAKGANT, E. B., Headley, Epsom. 

Savage, Frank, Australian Commonwealth Office, 72 Victoria Street, S. W. 

Sawyer, Ernest E., M.A., C.E., 26 Lancaster Gate Terrace, W. 

Sawyer, F. Hamilton, 17 Cocks fur Street, S.W. 

Saye & Sele, Right Hon. Lord, Old Southcote Lodge, Reading. 

Sayer, Frank, " Financier," 54 Wool Exchange, E.C. 

Scammell, Edward T., 34 Orove Park, Denmark Hill, S.E. 

fScARTH, Leveson E., M.A., 84 Oakwood Court, Kensington, W. 

ScHEPF, Leopold, 90 Lyncroft Gardens, West Hampstead, N. W. 

Schilling, Frank J., 4 Stratford Place, W. 

ScHLicH, Sir Willl*.m, K.C.I.E., Ph.D., F.R.S., 29 Banbury Road, Oxford. 

Schmidt, Robert F. W.. Ph.D., F.R.G.S., 39 Clarendon Road, Putney, S.W. 

Scholefield, Guy" H., 88 Gleneldon Road, Streatham, S.W. ; and 130 Fleet Street, E.C. 

fScHCEPS, Max, 17 Regent's Park Road, Gloucester Gate, N.W. 

ScHWARTZE, C. E. R., M.A., 8 Cambridge Gate, Regent's Park, N.W.; and Conservative 

Club, St. James's Street, S. W. 
Scott, Archibald E., Rotherfield Park, Alton, Hants ; and United University Cbih, Pall 

Mall East, S. W. 
Scott, Charles J., Hilgay, Guildford. 
fScoTT, Colin 0., 6 Sloane Square, S. W. 
Scott, James H., 5 Princes Gate, S.W. 
Scott, Sir J. George, K.C.LE., 53 Marlborough Hill, N.W. 
Scott, Leslie F., K.C, M.P., Goldsmith Building, Temple, E.C. 
Scott, Walter H., M.Inst.C.E., 32 Argyle Road, Ilford, Essex. 
Scrivener, F. A., Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, 18 Birchin, Lane, E.C. 
fScRUBY, F. Sutherland, M.A., Dalreagh, Chaucer Road, Cambridge. 
Scrutton, James Herbert, 9 Oracechurch Street, E.C. 
Sebag-Montefiore, Robert M., B.A., 5 Balfour Place, Mount Street, W. 
fSEDGWiCK, Alfred, M., c/o Dr. M. Curtis, 5 Campden House Terrace, W, 
Seely, Lieut. -Colonel Right Hon. John E. B., D.S.O., M.P., 29 Chester Square, S.W. ; 

and Brook House, Isle of Wight. 
fSELBORNE, Right Hon. the Earl of, K.G., G.C.M.G., Blackmoor. Liss, Hants; and 

Brooks's Club, St. James's Street, S.W. 
Sellar, Gerard H. Craig, 75 Cromwell Road, S. W. ; and Littlegreen, Petersfield, Hants. 
*Selou3, Frederick C, Heatherside, Worplesdon, Surrey. 
Semple, James C, F.R.G.S., 24 Beaumont Avenue, Richmond, Surrey. 
Senior, Edward Nassau, 147 Cannon Street, E.C. 
Serocold, G. Pearce, 156 Sloane Street, S. W. 
Settle, Lieut. -General Sir Henry H., R.E., K.C.B., D.S.O., 34 Cornwall Gardens. S.W.; 

and United Service Club, Pall Mall, 8. W. 
Shand, John Loudoun, 24 Rood Lane, E.G. 
Share, Hamnet H., R.N., Kenwyn House, Trehaverne, Truro. 

Sharpe, Sir Alfred, K.C.M.G., C.B., Royal Societies' Club, St. James's Street, S.W. 
Shattock, Montague M., 35 Philbeach Gardens, Kensington, W. 
Sheldrick, John S., 96 Gresham House, E.C. 

Shelford, Frederick, B.Sc, M.Inst.C.E., F.R.G.S., 1 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. 
fSHELFORD, William H., Hindley Lodge, Forest Row, Sussex. 
Shennan, Watson Douglas, Christ's College, Cambridge. 
jShepherd, Arthur F., Birnam, Shenfield Road, Brentwood, Essex. 
Sherlock, William H., West View, Gaterham, Surrey. 



60 Royal Colonial Institute. 

Year of 

Election. 

1874 Shipster, Henry F., 10 Ladbroke Square, W. ; and Conservative Club, St. Jameses 
Street, S. W. 

1887 fSHiRE, Robert W., Wyreema, Edward Road, Sundridge Parle, Kent. 
1910 Shorter, Sydney, Haling Grove, South Croydon. 

1910 Shrimpton, Robert J., 46 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 

1905 SiDEY, James W., Rotherhurst, Rotherfield, Tunbridge Wells. 

1883 fSiLVER, Colonel Hugh A., 7 Mortlake Road, Kew, Surrey. 

1910 Simpson, A. Basil, Hilmarton Manor, Calne, Wilts. 

1892 fSiMPSON, T. Boustead, Hilmarton Manor, Calne, Wills. 

1888 fSiNCLAiR, Augustine W.. L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. (Edin.), Rock House, South Pelherion, 

Somerset. 

1885 Sinclair, David, 14 Palace Court, W. ; and 19 Silver Street, E.C. 

1912 fSiNGLE, Stanley, Parkview, Wimbledon Park, S.W. 

1895 Skinner, William Banks, Flinton House, Woodside Park, N. 

1910 Slack, Captain Charles, F.R.G.S., 45 Medora Road, Brixton Hill, S.W. 

1896 Slade, George, 18 Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C. 

1894 Sladen, St. Barbe Russell, 7 Queen Anne's Gate, S. W. 

1909 Sloan, R. A. Walker, Titchfield Factory, Kilmarnock, N.B. 
1891 fSMART, Francis G., M.A., Bredbury, Tunbridge Wells. 

1910 Smart, H. C, Commonivealth of Australia, 72 Victoria Street, S.W. 

1901 Smart, William, Standard Bank of South Africa, 10 Clement's Lane, E.C. 

1901 Smith, Alexander Cctrrie, Rokeby, Surbiton. 

1912 Smith, Allison D., 2 Thackeray House, Kensington Cowt, W. 

1888 Smith, Right Hon. Sir Cecil Clementi, G.C.M.G., The Grange, Welwyn. 

1889 t^MiTH, D. Johnstone, 142 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. 

1900 Smith, Daniel Warres, Birkby House, Bickley, Kent. 

1911 Smith, Rev. Evelyn Bucknall, Geberell House, Marlborough. 
1911 Smith, Sir George J., J.P., D.L., Treliske, Truro. 

1895 Smith, Lieut. -Colonel Sir Gerard, K.C.M.G., Holford House, Baldock, Herts. 
1880 fSMiTH, Joseph J., Constitutional Club, Northumberland Avenue, W.C. 

1908 Smith, J. Obed., 30 Montague Road, Richmond, Surrey ; and 11 <fe 12 Charing Cross, S.W. 

1909 Smith, Leslie Cecil, St. Paul's School, West Kensington, W. ; and 112 Banbury Road., 

Oxford. 

1905 Smith, Lindsay Clive, London Hospital, E. 

1896 Smith, Richard Tilden, 4 Copthall Avenue, E.C. 
1887 Smith, Thomas, 35 Northcote Avenue, Ealing, W. 

1907 Smith, Thomas F., Melford Lodge, Manor Road, Wallington, Surrey. 

1910 Smith, Walter, 55 Graemesdyke Avenue, East Sheeyi, Mortlake, S.W. 

1898 Smith, The Hon. Wm. F. D., 3 Grosvenor Place, S.W. ; and Greenlands, Henley-on-Thames. 

1880 fSMiTH, Sir William F. Haynes, K.C.M.G., Queen's Acre, Windsor. 
1887 Smith-Rewse, Eustace A., Conservative Club, St. James's Street, S.W. 

1911 Smithers, Alfred W., Knockholt, Sevenoaks. 

1893 Smyth, Rev. Stewart, St. Mark's Vicarage, Silvertown, E. 

1901 Snell, Charles R., Braywick Road, Maidenhead. 
1889 Snell, Edward, 5 Rutland Gate, S.W. 

1911 SoDEN, Frank H., Westfield, Palmeira Avenue, Hove, Sussex. 

1907 Solomon, Hon. Sir Richard, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., K.C.V.O. (High Commissioner for 

South Africa), 32 Victoria Street, S. W. 

1911 Somerset, Arthur W. Fitzroy, J.P., D.L., Castle Goring, Worthing. 

1881 f Somerville, Arthur F,, Binder House, Wells, Somerset ; and Oxford and Cambridge Club, 

Pall Mall, S. W. 

1896 fSoNN, GusTAV, P.O. Box 1461, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1905 Sparrow, Reginald G., The Lodge, Lucknow Road, Nottingham. 

1899 fSPEAK, John, The Grange, Kirton, Boston. 

1905 Spence, William R., Sunnyside, Silverdale Avenue, Westcliff-on-Sea. 

1910 Spencer, Alfred N., c/o International Correspondence Schools, Kingsway, W.C. 

1910 I Spens, Colin F., Burnside, Esher. 



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Tear of 
Election. 

1902 Spensley, Howard, Westoning Manor, Amptill. 
1904 f Sperling, F. Harvey E., Sforts' Club, St. James's Square, S.W. 
1888 Spicer, Sir Albert, Bart., M.P., 10 Lancaster Gate, W. ; and Brancepeth Eouse, Woodford^ 

Essex. 
Spfrgeit, Alderman George, Alverstone, Julian Road, Folkestone. 
tSTABLBS, Henry L., M.Inst.C.E., 47 The Grove, Bedford. 
Stanford, Edward, 12 Long Acre, W.G, 

fSTANFORD, William, 2 Sheen Gate Gardens, East Sheen, S. W, 

f Stanhope, Right Hon Earl, 20 Grosvenor Place, S. W. ; and Chevening, Sevenoaks. 
Stanton, Major Edward A., Glenmore House, Wrayshury, Bucks. 
Stark, W. Emerv, F.R.G.S., Bydal Lodge, New Park Road, Clapham Park, S.W. ; and 

Constitutional Cluh, W.C. 
Starkey, Richard Wm., Penmaen, Hampton Wick, Middlesex. 
|Stead, Alfred, 49 Parliament Street, S.W. 
•j-Steel-Maitland, Arthur D., M.P., 72 Cadogan Square, S.W. ; and Sauchieburn, 

Stirling, N.B. 
Stephen, Noel Campbell, 61 Stanhope Gardens, S. W. 
Stephen, Thomas, 65 London Wall, E.G. 

Stewart, Charles W. A., 2 Marchmont Road, Richmond, Surrey. 
Stewart, Gershom, M.P., Whiteholme, Hoylake, Cheshire. 
fSTEWART, Wm. Burton, 506 Mark Fisher Building, Montreal, Canada. 
JStewart-Bam, Captain Sik Pieter C. van B., 5 Old Court Mansions, Kensington, W. 
Stokes, Alfred Parker, Messrs. Stokes, Broad <& Co., 6 East India Avenue, E.G. 
Stone, Frederick W., B.C.L., c/o Mrs. Gilmore, Baddow Hall, Chelmsford; and 10 New 

Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 
Stoneham, Allen H. P., 30 St. Swithin's Lane, E.G. 
Stopford, James T. A., St. Catherine's End Farm, Ruislip, Uzbridge. 
fSTOREY, Charles B. Coverdale, Plan Nantyr, Glyn, Ruabon. 
Story, Thomas, Guestling, Maidenhead. 
fSTRANGWAYS, HoN. H. B. T., Shapwick, Bridgwater, Somerset. 

fSTRATHCONA AND MoUNT ROYAL, RiGHT HON. LORD, G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. (HiGH 

Commissioner for Canada), 17 Victoria Street, S.W. 
fSTREET, Edmund, Brighstone, Newport, Isle of Wight. 
Strickland, Alfred G., 68 Canfield Gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 
Stringfield, Wm. C, 47 Leigham Court Road, Sireatham Hill, S.W. 
fSTRUBEN, Frederick P. T., Spitchwick Manor, Ashburton, Devon. 
Studholme, a.. Van Diemen's Land Co., 85 London Wall, E.G. 
SuETER, Captain Murray F., R.N., The Howe, Howe Hill, Watlington, Oxon. 
SuLiVAN, Colonel Ernest, Wilmington, Woking ; and Travellers'' Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 
Sullivan, W. R. Washington, 51 Campden House Court, W. 
Sutherland, David A., F.I.C., F.C.S., 26 Victoria Street, S.W. 
Sutton, Arthur Warwick, Bucklebury Place, Woolhampton, Berks. 
Sutton, Leonard, Hillside, Reading. 

Sutton, M. H. Foquet, Erlegh Park, Whiteknights, Reading. 
Sutton, Martin J., Wargrave Manor, Berks. 
SwANZY, FpvANCIS, Surrey House, Victoria Embankment, W.G. 
Swayne, Charles R., C.M.G., 5 Ilchester Gardens, W. 
Swinburne, Major Thomas R., 4 Chester Street, S. W. 
fSwiRE, George W., 27 Princes Gardens, S.W. 

fSYKES, George H., M.A., M.Inst.C.E., Glencoe, 64 Elmhourne Road, Tooting Common, S. W. 
ISykes, Robert D. 

Symonds, Charters J., M.S., F.R.C.S., 58 Portland Place, W. 
Synge, James M., The Grange, Westerham, Kent. 
Sytnbr, Albert H., Compton, Pendennis Road, Streatham, S.W. 

Talbot, Major-General the Hon. Sir Reginald, K.C.B., 12 Manchester Square, W. 
fTALLENTS, George Wm., B.A., 49 Warwick Square, S.W. 



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1888 Tamplin, Lieut. -Colonel Herbert T., K.C, 3 Essex Court, Temple, E.G. 

1910 Tangye, Wilfrid N., 35 Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 

1902 Tart6, Ernest E. F., The Hythe, Staines. 
1908 Taunt, George, 20 Copthall Avenue, E.G. 

1911 fTAYLOR, Gilbert, 50 Old Broad Street, E.G. 

1910 Taylor, J. V. Elliott, J.P., 14 Kin{j WHliam Street, Strand, W.C. 

1908 fTAYLOR, Charles Davenport, P.O. Box, 1568, Victoria, B.G., Ganada. 

1909 Taylor, F. Williams, Bank of Montreal, 47 Threadneedle Street, E.G. 

1888 fTAYLOR, James B., Lyne Grove, Virginia Water. 

1905 Taylor, Robert H., A.M.Inst.C.E., M.I.M.E., 230 Lewisham High Road, St. John's, S.E. 

1881 fTAYLOR, Theodore C, M.P., Sunny Bank, Batley, Yorkshire. 

1881 fTAYLOR, W. P., 32 Great St. Eden's, E.G. 

1893 Tegetmeier, Charles, Normanhurst, Brighton Road, Purlcy, Surrey. 

1908 Tench, Samuel E., Barojis Gourt Ghambers, West Kensiiujton, W. 

1905 fTENNYSON, Right Hon. Lord, G.C.M.G., Aldworth, Haslcmere ; and Farriiigford, 

Freshwater. 

1901 Tennyson-Cole, Philip, 61a Gadogan Square, S.W. 
1896 Terry, John H., Elmcote, Barnet. 

1896 fTEW, Herbert S. 

1903 fTHOMAS, D. C. J. 

1882 Thomas, M. H., Priston Manor, Bath. 

1898 Thomas, Rev. E. J. Mollard, Wesley House, Dawley, Salop. 

1881 Thomas, John Collett, Trewince, Portscatho, Gornwall. 

1902 Thomas, Keith J., 4 Glensdale Road, Brockley, S.E. 

1892 *Thompson, Sir E. Maitnde, G.C.B., I.S.O., LL.D., Mayfield, Sussex. 

1890 f Thompson, Sydney, Farnahy, Kippiwjton, Sevenoaks. 

1911 Thomson, Matthew, 34 Poplar Grove, West Kensington Park, W. 

1911 Thomson, Peter A., c/o Bank of British North America, 5 Graccchurch Street, E.G. 

1889 Thomson, Alexander, Bartholomew House, E.G. 

1897 Thomson, Alexander, Burgie House, Forres, N.B. 

1909 Thomson, George Wm., J.P., 3Iayfield, Marine Parade, Glacton-on-Sea. 

1886 Thorne, Sir William, Rusdon, Rondebosch, Gape Golony ; and Messrs. Stuttaford & Go.^ 
11 New Union Street, Moor Lane, E.G. 

1906 f Thornhill, Thomas B. Clarke, 3 Garlisle Place, S. W. ; and Rushton Hall, Kettering. 

1907 Tickle, Arthttb H., 11 Mount Street, W. 

1908 Tilby, Aubrey Wyatt, 143 Cambridge Road, Wimbledon, S. W. 

1903 TiLLOTSON, John Lever, Bidston Gourt, Vyner Road, Bidston, Bickenhcad. 
1911 TiMiNS, Douglas T., Elmdon, Selly Park, Birmingham. 

1897 TiMSON, Lieut. -Colonel Samuel Rowland, V.D., F.R.G.S., cjo Messrs. W. Gooper S 

Nephews, Berkhamsted. 

1892 TiPPETTS, William J. B., 11 Maiden Lane, E.G. 

1911 ToLLEMACHE, ALBERT E., The Limes, Great Shelford, Cambridge. 

1882 ToMKiNSON, George Arnold, B.A., L.L.B., 76, Gannon Street, E.G. 

1909 I Tonkin, Rev. Alfred E., B.A., 20 Lichfield Road, Kew Gardens, Surrey. 
1900 Tottenham, Henry Loftus, 13 Hornton Street, Kensington, W. 

1905 f Touche, George A., M.P., Broomfi.eld. Westcott, Dorking ; and Basildon House, Moorgate 
Street, E.G. 

1910 Touche, William, Burchet House, Tower HiU, Dorking. 

1884 fTowN, Henry, 1031 Robson Street, Vancouver, British Columbia. 

1897 TowNEND, Thomas S., cjo '' Argur" Office, 80 Fleet Street, E.G. 

1889 f Traill, Gilbert F., Broadlands, Tunbridge Wells. 

1884 fTRAVERS, John Amory, Tortington, Arundel 

1888 Treacher, Sir William H., K.C.M.G., Frensliam Vale, Farnham, Surrey. 

1885 Trindeb, Oliver J., 27 Leadenhall Street, E.G. 

1909 Truscott, Alderman Sir G. Wyatt, Bart., 87 Lancaster Gate, W. 

1905 Tucker, Frederick N., The Grey House, Epsom. 

1911 TuFFiLL, Daniel F., The Vron, Orchard Road, Bromley, Kent. 



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TuKE, James, 72 Oahwood Court, W. 

TuppER, Right. Hon. Sir Charles, Bart., G.C.M.G., C.B., The Mount, Bexley Heath. - 

fTuppER, Geoffrey Wm., G Holmhush Road, Putney Heath, S.W. 

TuRNBTJLL, Ernest H., Craigie Lea, Muswell Hill, N. 

Turner, Frederick Wm., The Grange, Church Street, Stoke Newington, N. ; and 50 Old 

Broad Street, B.C. 
TtTRNER, Gordon, 75 Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, W. 
Turner, Hon. John H. (Agent-General for British Columbia), 236 Salisbury House, 

Finsbury Circus, B.C. 
Turner, Robert J., J.P., 1 Fenchurch Avenue, E.G. 
Tustin, J. E., A4 The Albany, Piccadilly, W. 
Tweedale, Randolph H., 6 Museum Road, Oxford. 

TwoPENY, Richard E. N., Pastoralists' Review, 70a Basinglmll Street, E.G. 
Twynam, George E., M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., 2 Wetherby Place, S.W. 

Tyler, G. Lintobn Simmons, c/o National Safe Deposit Co., 1 Queen Victoria Street, E.G. 
Tyser, Henry Erskine, 16 Fenchurch Avenue, E.G. 

Ulcoq, Maurice, 9 Idol Lane, E.G. ; and 21 Devonshire Terrace, W. 

fUsHER, Sir Robert, Bart., 37 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh. 

fUsHERWOOD, Ven. Archdeacon Thomas E., 179 St. James' Court, Bxickingham Gate, S.W. 

fVALENTiNE, HuQH SUTHERLAND, 86 High Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
Vaughan, R. Wyndham, M.Inst.C.E., Dunmore, St. Catherine's Road, Southhourne, Christ- 
church, Hants. 
Veasey, Authur C. T., Treval, Dollis Avenue, East Finchley, N. 
Veitch, James A., Ernstowe, Shanklin, Isle of Wight. 

Verdon, Arthur, A.M.Inst.C.E., Conservative Club, St. James's Street, S.W. 
Verne Y, Frederick Wm., 12 Connaught Place, W. 
Vickery, J. CoLLARD, Leigh Holme, Streatham, S.W. 

Vincent, William, Kimberley Waterworks Company, 20 Laurence Pountney Lane, E.G. 
VoYSEY, Alfred E., 35 Slaithicaite Road, Lewisham, S.E. 
Voss, Hermann, Anglo-Continental Guano Works, Dock House, Billiter Street, E.G. 



Waddington, John, Ely Grange, Frant, Tunbridge Wells. 
Wade, Mark H., 195 Strand, W.G. 
Wadham, Wm. Joseph. 
Waghorn, James. 

Wakefield, Edward H., The Hawthorns, Potters Bar, Middlesex. 
Waldron, Walter B., 15 Portarlington Road, Bournemouth. 
Walker, Edmund, 67 De Pary's Avenue, Bedford. 
t Walker, I"^ank, 36 Basinghall Street, E.G. 
fWALKER, Henry de Rosenbach, 41 Kensington Square, W. 
Walker, Sir James Lewis, C.I.E., Worplesdon Place, Worplesdon, Surrey. 
Walker, Captain John Douglas, D.S.O., Caledonian Club, St. James's Square, S.W. 
jWalker, Robert J., F.R.G.S., F.R.Hist.S., Ormidale, Combe Doivn, Bath. 
Walker, Russell D., North Villa, Park Road, Regent's Park, N.W. 
Walker, Wm. Sylvester, Kenivith Castle, Abbotsham, Bideford. 
Walker, Theodore, F.R.G.S., Glenn Hall, Leicester. 

Wallace, George W., Commercial Bank of Australia, 2a Bishopsgate, E.G. 
Wallace, Professor Robert, F.L.S., F.R.S.E., The University, Edinburgh. 
Wallace, T. S. Downing, Heronfield, Eastern Terrace, Brighton. 
Wallace, Sir William, K.C.M.G., St. Anne's, Fleet, Hants. 
Walmisley, Nicholas, L.M.S.S.A., L.S.A., 26 Charing Cross Road, W.G. 
Walpole, Sir Chakles G., M.A., Broadford, Chobham, Woking. 

Walton, Sir Joseph, Bart., M.P., Reform Club, Pall Mall, S.W. ; and Glenside, Saltburn- 
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1896 Warbitrton, Samuel, 20 Caburn Road, Hove, Brighton. 

1907 Wakd, Thomas Rawdon, Old Maiden House, Worcester Park. 

1905 Ware, Fabian, 14 Wyndham Place, Bryatiston Square, W. 

1889 WARmo, Francis J., C.M.G., M.Inst.C.E., Uva Lodge, 49 Mount Avenue, Ealing, W. 
1911 Warren, J. Grant, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., 7 Devonshire Place, Eastbourne. 

1885 f Waterhouse, Leonard, 42 Westbourne Terrace, W. 

1895 Waterhouse, P. Leslie, M.A., A.R.I.B.A., 1 Verulam Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. ; and 

Shotover, College Avenue, Epsom. 

1911 Watson, Alexander, Aldene, Chase Green Avenue, Enfield. 

1896 fWATSON, Colonel Sm Charles M., R.E., K.C.M.G., C.B., 16 Wilton Crescent, S.W. 

1901 Watson, John A. S., Ellangowan, Caterham Valley, Surrey. 
1910 Watson, William E., 100 Grange Drive, Winchmore Hill, N. 

1912 Watson, Wm. Harold, 10 Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead, N.W. 
1910 Way, Herbert L., J.P., The Change, Great Yeldham, Essex. 

1891 Weatherley, Charles H., Messrs. Cooper Bros. <fc Co., 14 George Street, Mansion 

House, E.G. 

1887 fWEAVER, Henry E., C.E., 3 Edith Road, West Kensington, W. 

1906 Webb, C. Augustus, New England Co., I Hatton Garden, E.G. ; Bishop's House, Eennington 

Park, S.E. ; and 40 Knatchbull Road, Camberwell, S.E. 
1880 Webb, Henry B., Holmdale, Dorking, Surrey. 

1910 Webster, R. Grant, 83 Belgrave Road, S. W. 

1892 Weddel, William, 16 St. Helen's Place, E.G. 

1909 Weekley, Lieut.-Colonel George M., V.D., 2 Garden Court, Temple, E.G. 

1909 Weld-Blundell, Herbert, 38 Grosvenor Gardens, S.W. 

1893 fWELSTEAD, Leonard, Oakhurst, Caterham, Surrey. 

1869 Wemyss and March, Right Hon. the Earl of, G.C.V.O., 23 St. James's Place, S.W. 

1911 West, Alfred, F.R.G.S., Rozel, Villiers Road, Soutlisea. 
1892 West, Rev. Henry M.; M.A., Folly Court, Wokingham. 

1910 Western, Colonel J. S. E., 14 St. Andrew's Square, Surbiton. 

1897 fWESTRAY, James B., 138 Leadenhall Street, E.G. 

1909 Wethered, Oliver, Rosebriars, Esher, Surrey. 

1877 Wetherell, William S., 21 Grangewood Mansions, South Norwood, S.E. 
1880 Wharton, Henry, 30 Hatis Mansions, S.W. 

1888 Wheeler, Arthur H., Glenside, Haywards Heath. 

1910 Wheeler-Bennett, John W., J.P., Ravensbourne, Keston, Kent. 

1902 White, Major the Hon. Robert, 16 Stratton Street, W. 

1885 fWniTE, Rev. W. Moore, LL.D., Northwold, Lansdown, Cheltenham. 

1911 Whitefoord, Lionel C, Reston Lodge, Petersham, Surrey. 

1894 Whitehead, T. H., Broadfield, Buntingjord, Herts. 

1911 Whitfield, John H., 103 Altenburg Gardens, Clapham Common, S.W. 

1908 Whitney, Edward, cIo Australian Mortgage Co., 13 Leadenhall Street, E.G. 
1891 fWHiTTY, Henry Tarlton, Dewhurst Lodge, Wadhurst, Sussex. 

1882 , Whyte, Robert, 6 Milk Street Buildings, E.G. 

1902 j fWHYTOCK, William, Messrs. Fowlie & Boden, 15 Coleman Street, E.G. 

1911 j WiCKWAR, Joseph, Wallfields, Hertford. 

1896 i fWiLKiNS, Thomas, 19 Lyndhurst Road, Peckham, S.E. ; and 21 Great St. Helen's, E.C. 

1889 Wilkinson, Richard G., Bank of Adelaide, 149 Leadenhall Street, E.C. 
1896 j WiLLATS, Henry R., 22 Bolton Street, Piccadilly, W. 

1883 WiLLCOCKS, George Waller, C.B., M.Inst.C.E., Redthorn, Rodway Road, Roehampton, S.W. 

1910 ; Williams, Alfred, St. Arvan's, Abergavenny. 

1907 Williams, Arthur E.. The Hermitage, Epsom. 

1911 Williams, Howard, Oatlands, Sundridge Avenue, Bromley, Kent ; and 69 St. Raid's 

Churchyard, E.C. 

1909 Williams, M. Bruce, Green Hurst, Penn Road, Beaconsfield. 

1895 Williams, Colonel Robert, M.P., Bridehead, Dorchester. 
1891 Williams, Robert, Friars House, New Broad Street, E.G. 
1911 Williams-Thomas, Joseph S., Parkfield, Stourbridge. 



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fWiLLiAMSON, Andrew, 25 Bishopsgate, E.G. 

Williamson, Henry, M.A., Hotel Metropole, W.C. ; and Westoe, South Shields. 

Williamson, John Bruce, 64 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, W. 

WiLLiMOTT, Charles S., 10 Hornton Court, Kensington, W. 

Willis, Bertram A. G., War Office, Whitehall, S.W. 

Wills, John Tayler, B.A., 6 Mortlake Road, Kew, Surrey; and 2 King's Bench Walk, 

Temple, B.C. 
Willson, Beckles, Quebec House, Westerhain, Kent; and Royal Societies Club, 63 St- 

James's Street, S. W. 
Wilson, Colonel Sir David, K.C.M.G., Marchdyke, Chandler's Ford, Hants. 
fWiLSON, D. Landale, 59 Mark Lane, E.C. 
Wilson, George, C.B., Laleham, Middlesex. 
Wilson, James H. Charnock, Sudbury Priory, Harrow. 
Wilson, Sir Harry F., K.C.M.G., Lennox House, 43 Ovington Square, S.W. 
Wilson, Maurice F., M.Inst.C.E., 11 Astwood Road, South Keiisington, S.W. 
Wilson, Wm. Wilson, 31 Warren Drive, New Brighton, Cheshire. 
Winchester, Most Hon. the Marquis op, Amport St. Mary, Andover. 
fWiNCHiLSEA, Right Hon. the Earl of, Harlech, Merioneth. 
Windeler, Frank B., Ditton Hill, Surrey. 

tWiNGFiELD, Maurice E., M.A., C.M.G., Ashtead House, Epsom. 
WoDEHousE, Lieut. -General Sir Joscelynb H., K.C.B., C.M.G., Warren Lodge, Thursley, 

Godalming. 
Wood, Alfred G. Edwin, The Tyrol, 120 Church Road, Upper Norwood, S.E. 
Wood, George, Newsham Villa, North Street, Romford. 
fWoOD, Peter F., Camden Lodge, Lubbock Road, Chislehurst. 
Wood, Thomas, Cornwallis House, Cornivallis Gardens, Hastings. 
WooDALL, Corbet, C.E., 95 Palace Chambers, Westminster, S.W. 
Woodgate-Jones, W., M.A., Marlpits, Edenbridge. 
Woodhouse, Rowland B., 30 Mincing Lane, E.C. 
fWooDS, Arthur, 18 Lancaster Gate Terrace, W. 
fWooLLAN, Frank M., Charlton, Heath Drive, Hampstead, N. W. 
Woollcombe, Robert Lloyd, M.A., LL.D., F.LInst., F.R.G.S., F.R.S.E., F.R.S.S., 

M.R.I.A., 14 Waterloo Road, Dublin. 
Wragg, Sib Walter, D.C.L., Sirmio, Port St. Mary, Isle of Man. 
fWREN, Charles H., 15 Vallance Road, Alexandra Park, N. 
Wright, Arthur G., c/o Messrs. J. Buttery ds Co., 7 Mark Lane, E.C. 
Wright, Richard W., 37 Old Jewry, E.C. 
Wyndham, Right. Hon. George, M.P., 35 Park Lane, W. 
fWYNTEB, Andrew Ellis, M.D., M.R.C.S., 17 Eastfield Road, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol. 

•j-Yates, Captain Montague. 

Yerburgh, Robert A., M.P., 25 Kensington Gore, S.W. 

Young, Major Frank, R.A., 13 Russell Square, W.C. 

fYouNO, Sib Frederick, K.C.M.G., Leny, Cobham, Surrey. 

Young, Colonel Sir John S., C.V.O., 13 Gloucester Street, S.W. 

t Young, W. E., Nenagh, Coleshill Road, Teddington. 

Young, William, Firs, Hawthorne Road, Wallington, Surrey. 

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1911 I Adamson, Miss M., Aberdeen House, Mission Road, Rangoon, Burma. 

1911 1 AiKiN, Mrs. W. A., 66 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W. 

1910 Allardyce, Mrs. C. A., Government House, Stanley, Falkland Islands. 

1911 Anderson, Mrs. Murdoch, P.O. Box 244, Bloemjontein, Orange Free State. 



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Barker, Miss M. E., R.R.C, 123 Kerk Street, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Barlow, Mrs. Alfred, 27 Craven Hill Gardens, W. 

Barlow, Miss Florence, c/o National Provincial Bank, Dover. 

Barlow, Mrs. Isabel A., c/o National Provincial Bank, Dover. 

Batty, Mrs. Roy, 40 Harley House, Regent's Park, N. W. 

Beeching, Mrs. G. S., 32 Denbigh Road, Ealing, W. 

Binnie-Clark, Miss Georgina, Binning, Fort Quappelle, Saskatoon, Canada. 

Bohr, Mrs. Mtjkiel, 50 Acacia Road, N.W. 

Bonn, Mrs. Theresa, Konrad Strasse 12, Munich, Germany. 

Botha, Miss Louise C, Hall Road, Rondebosch, Cape Province, South Africa. 

Bower, Miss C. M., 14 Upper Cheyne Row, Chelsea, S.W. 

Broadmead, Miss H., Quentock, Chine Crescent Road, Bournemouth. 

Brocklebank, Agnes Lady, Alexton Hall, Uppingham. 

Browne, Miss Alice M. Harris, 12 Alexatidra Court, Queen's Gate, S.W. 

Browne, Miss Mary E. Harris, 12 Alexandra Court, Queen s Gate, S. W. 

Buckland, Mrs. Mary, 28 St. Thomas's Mansions, Stangate S.E. 



Chads, Miss Helen, Dovercourt, Southsea. 
Clayton, Mrs. Isobel, Chesters, Hximshaugh, Northumberland. 
CoLQUHOUN, Mrs. E. M. N., 35 Onslow Square, S.W. 
CoPELAND, Mrs. Alice M., 7 Leinster Square, Hyde Park, W. 
Crofts, Mrs. Humble, Waldron Rectory, Sussex. 



Darnell, Miss Elsie A., 25 Campden House Road, Kensington, W. 

DA\as, Mrs. C. P., 23 Lowndes Street, S.W. 

Davis, Miss E. A. Darnell, c/o T. Cook <fc Son, Ludgate Circus, B.C. 

Davis, Mrs. N. Darnell, c/o T. Cook d- Son, Ludgate Circus, B.C. 

De Thiery, Miss C, .54 Bloomsbury Street, W.C. 

Donegall, Marchioness of, Coomba Oak, Kingston Hill, Surrey. 

Douglas, Mrs. Constance, Calahar, Mill Hill, N. W. 

Downs-Butcher, Mrs., 17 Cottesmore Gardens, Kensington, W. 



Earnshaw, Mrs. Albert, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

Evans, Mrs. W. Sanford, 326 Grain Exchange, Winnipeg, Canada. 

Faikfax, Miss Amy S. E., 29 Ashburn Place, S.W. 

Fairfax, Miss Annie C, 29 Ashburn Place, S.W. 

Falmouth, Viscountess, Tregoihnan, Truro. 

Fergus, Miss A. Grange, M.B., Ch.B., c/o Bank of New Zealand, 1 Queen Victoria Street 

B.C. 
FitzGibbon, Miss Agnes, 66 Wellesley Street, Toronto, Canada. 



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FiTZ-GiBBON, Mrs. Clare, P.O. Box 282, Victoria, B.O., Catiada. 
Francis, Miss Carrie, 16 Tennyson Mansions, Queen's Club Gardens, 
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Gaunt, Mrs. Mary, 17 Finhorough Road, S. W. 

GiFFARD, Miss Maeia R., 71 Burton Coicrt, Chelsea, S.W. 

GooDFELLOW, Mrs. Adam A. G., c/o London cfc Biver Plate Bank, Buenos Aires, Argentine 

Republic. 
Grimes, Miss Mary K., 24 Bessborough Gardens, S.W. 



Hall, Miss Agnes A., Newcastle, New South Wales. 
Hall, Miss Alice, Neivcastle, New South Wales. 
Harker, Miss E., 143 Ashley Gardens, S.W. 
Herbert, Miss Jane C. 45 Oakley Street, S.W. 
Hooper, Mrs. Reginald, Southbrook, Starcross, Devon. 
Hope, Miss Graham, 39a Maddox Street, W. 
Huddart, Mrs. James, 2 Ckatsworth Gardens, Eastbourne. 



Isemonger, Miss Mildred, 9 Bincleaves Road, Weymouth. 



Jenkins, Miss E. Vaughan, 31 Antrim Mansions, England's Lane, Hampstead, N.W. 

and Lyceum Club, 128 Piccadilly, W. 
Johnston, Mrs. E. Perceval, 5 Grove End Road, N.W. 
Johnston, Miss V. Gwendolen, 5 Grove End Road, N.W. 
Jones, Miss Florence, 62 Holly Road, St. Albans, Christchurch, New Zealand. 



Knightley of Fawsley, Lady, Fawaley Park, Daventry. 

Landale, Mrs. Alexander, Aroona, Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Lang, Mrs., Ladies'" Empire Club, 69 Grosvenor Street, W. 
Langstaff, Mrs. J. Elliot, 19 7th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. 
Lawrence, Miss D., 25 Claremont Square, Finsbury, E.G. 
Love, Miss Chrrie, P.O. Box 1317, Calgary, Canada. 



Macahlay, Mrs. S. C. Home Leigh, Cobhatn, Surrey. 

McKain, Mrs. A.. 41 Leinster Gardens, W. 

]\LiNSEL, Miss Evelyn A., C.M.S., Soro, Uganda. 

Mayor, Mrs. Dorothea, 24 Trafalgar Square, Chelsea, S.W. 

Metcalfe, Miss, Highfield, Hendon, N.W. 

Mitchell, Mrs. Charles T., 50 Piatt" s Lane, Hampstead, N.W. 

Monk, Mrs. D. J., Kenilworth Lodge, Wallis Street, Woollahra, Sydney, New Soidh Wales- 

Moor-Radford, Mrs. Alfred, 83a Holland Park, W. 

Morgan, Mrs. Ben H., 15 Dartmouth Street, S.W. 

MoRisoN, Mrs. Marguerite, 12a Upper Porchester Street, Hyde Park, W. 

Murphy, Miss H. Stormont, 9 Osnaburgh Terrace, Albany Street, N. W. 



Parbury, Mrs. Charles, 3 De Vere Gardens, Kensington, W. 
Parkin, Mrs. George R., The Cottage, Goring on-Thames. 
Pauncefote, Hon. Maud, 19 Chesham Place, S.W. 

Pope, Mrs. Florence M. (Joan Sutherland), 3 Marlborough Road, St. John's Wood, N. W. 

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1911 Peatt, Miss Floeexce, 71 Hallam Street, Portland Place, W. 
1911 Pketty, Mes. C. F., Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 



1909 I Read, Miss D. H. Moxttray, 14 Avonmme Gardens, W. 

1910 , Renshaw, Mrs. Clara, Uill Station, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

1911 i RoRisoN, Mrs. R. D., 1342 Jervis Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
1911 Ross, Mrs. E. Hamilton, 17 Ldnden Gardens, W. 

1911 : RoTJTLEDGE, Mrs. W. Scoresby, Ewers Bursledon, Hants. 

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1912 ! Scott, IVIiss Jessie A., M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., 1m, Htjde Park Mansions, N.W. 
1910 I SMrrn-PEARSE, Mrs. Edith J., The College, Epsom. 

1910 j Soames, Miss Esther, 1 Bryanston Mansions, York Street, W. 

1911 : SouTER, Miss H. Vivien, 37 Egetion Crescent, S.W. 
1910 Staekey, Mrs. Edward, Tang Hall, York. 
1910 Symons, Miss Harriet, Ikaya Lami, Windsor Road, Parkstone, Dorset. 



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Tangye, Mrs. H. Lincoln, Maxstoke Castle, Warwickshire. 



1910 I Tarte, Mes. A. R., Rosemonte, Staines, Surrey. 



Tennant, Mrs. Hercules, Silverthorne, Camberley. 
Thomas, Miss Ethel Neumann, Cape Town, Soiith Africa. 
Thomson, Mrs. C, 23 Exhury Road, Cafford, S.E. 
Teotman, Miss Rosamond A., Buncombe, Burrdl Road, Ipswich. 
Twining, Mrs. Ada L., Comnie Oak, Kingston Hill, Surrey. 

Vernon, Mrs. M. A. Harcourt, 29 Springhurst Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 



1910 Walker, Mrs. David M., 387 Broadway, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1911 Wallis, Miss Gertrude L., Highfield, Hendon, N.W. 
1911 Warren, Mrs. H. B., 1043 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
1910 Watson, Mrs. Emma C, 100 Grange Drive, Winchmore Hill, N. 

1910 . Webster, Miss, Holmsdale, Birchwood Park Road, Swanley, Kent. 

1911 j White, Miss Jessie, South Hall College, Hemel Hempstead. 

1909 White, Mrs. Laura, Stone Cote Hall, North Cheam, Surrey. 

1910 Williams, Miss Mary C. L., 16 Campden Hou.se Road, W. 

1911 ! Williams, Mrs. Mathilde, 12 Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W. 
1911 j Wn.T.TMOTT, Mrs. C. S., 10 Hornton Court, Kensington, W. 
1911 : Wilson, Mrs. C. Heebeet, Nagpur, India. 
1911 I Woodall, Miss A. A., Milton Mount College, Gravesend. 
1909 Woollett, Mrs. E., 24 Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, W. 

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NON-RESIDENT FELLOWS. 

Year of 
Election. 

1901 Abbit, W., B.A., The College, Maritzhurg, Natal. 

1910 Abbott, Charles H., Grahamstown, South Africa. 

1889 Abbott, David, 470 Chancery Lane, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1909 Abbott, Ernest W., Drostdij, Grahamstoivn, South Africa. 

1884 t^BBOTT, Philip William, Kingston, Jamaica. 

1911 A'Beckett, Marsham E., Wentworth Court, Sydney, New South Wales. 
1911 Abraham, Hilbert, Ahhontialcoon Mines, TarJcwa, Gold Coast Colony. 
1906 Abraham, Lionel A., Palmer ston North, New Zealand. 

1906 Abrams, Arthur B., Public Works Department, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

1895 fABREY, Henry, 20 Barnis and McFie's Buildings, Durban, Natal. 
1883 fABTjRROW, Charles, F.R.G.S., P.O. Box 534, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1891 -j-AcLAND, Henry Dyke, Oxford Chambers, Hereford Street, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

1908 Acton, Roger D., 2nd Magistrate, Singapore. 

1906 Acton-Adams, Herbert, Tipapa, Canterbury, New Zealand. 

1883 f Acton-Adams, Willlim, J.P., Tipapa, Canterbiuy, New Zealand. 

1897 AcuTT, Cotton, Rosetta Station, Natal. 

1905 AcuTT, Courtney, P.O. Box 1342, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1904 -j-AcuTT, Ernest Leslie, C.M.G., AcutCs Arcade, Durban, Natal. 

1893 Acutt, Leonard, Aberfoyle, Tongaat, Natal. 

1901 Adams, Hon. Arthur R., M.L.C, Goodwood, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

1901 Adams, Edward C, M.R.C.S.,L.R.C.P.,(?oven!Wze?i< Medical Officer Zungeru,NorthernNigeria. 

1894 Adams, Percy B., Barrister-at-Law, Nelson, Neio Zealand. 
1911 Adamson, Alan J., 161 Mayfair Avenue, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1909 Adamson, Robert, M.I.M.E., Susanna Mine, Gwanda, Rhodesia. 
1911 Adcock, Herbert W., 408 McArthur Building, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1910 Addison, D'Arcy W., Premier's Office, Eobart, Tasmania {Corresponding Secretary). 

1906 fADis, N. N., 16 Collyer Quxiy, Singapcyre. 

1896 -(-Adlam, Joseph C. 

1897 -j-Adler, Henry, P.O. Box 1059, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1893 Agar, Walter J., Logie Estate, Talawakelle, Ceylon. 

1895 -j-Agbebi, Rev. Mojola, M.A., Ph.D., Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1910 Aiken, Captain James A., M.A., " Daily Phoenix," Saskatoon, Canada. 
1909 t^^^^tKiNS, James A. Manning, K.C, M.P., Winnipeg, Canada. 

1888 Albrecht, Henry B., Brynbella, Willow Grange Station, Natal. 

1897 Alcock, Randal J., 460 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1902 Aldous, Rev. Percival M., M.A., The Rectory, Heidelberg, Transvaal. 

1908 Alexander, C. W., Union Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1902 Alexander, J. M., c/o Messrs. Millers, Ltd., Axim, Gold Coast Colony. 

1907 Alexander, Morris, M.L.A., Barrister-at-Law, 117 St. George's Street, Cape Town, South 

Africa. 

1909 Alexander, Ronald, P.O. Box 664, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 
1881 Alison, James, Union Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1897 fALLAN, Sir Hugh Montagu, C.V.O., Ravenscraig, Montreal, Canada. 

1911 Allan, Frank, Standard Bank, Fraserburg, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1911 Allan, John Roberts, 104 Sparks Street, Ottawa, Canada. 
1901 fALLARD, J. H., Bidor, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

1912 Allard, William Henry, 31 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1905 f Allardyce, Kenneth James, Native Department, Suva, Fiji. 

1901 Allardyce, H. E., W. L., C.M.G., Government House, Stanley, Falkland Islands [Correspond- 
ing Secretary). 



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1912 Allen, Arthur W. 

1912 Allen, Gerald Francis, Townsville, Queensland. 

1883 fALLEN, James, M.P., Stock Exchange Buildhigs, Dumdin, New Zealand (Corresponding 
Secretary). 

1908 Allen, Vivlan S., P.O. Box 369, Salishxiry, Rhodesia. 

1904 Allin, Cephas D., The University, Minneapolis, U.S.A. 

1905 Allison, Thackeray J., 241 West Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1880 fALLPORT, Walter H., C.E., The Repp, Newmarket P.O., Jamaica. 

1904 Altman, Granville J., Labium {Corresponding Secretary). 

1907 Aman, Edward G., cjo Messrs. Blake, Lash db Cassels, Bank of Commerce Building, Toronto, 
Canada. 

1910 Ambler, Percy, Ipoh, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

1907 -j-Amos, Thomas N., Public Works Department, Bidawayo, Rhodesia. 

1888 Amphlett, George T., Standard Bank, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1911 Amphlett, Captain Charles E., Marlborough Mansions, Uh Street West, Calgary, Canada- 
1892 Anderson, C. Wilgress, I.S.O., J.P., Department of Lands and Mines, Georgetown, British 

Guiana. 

1907 Anderson, Charles A. M., P.O. Box 14, Mombasa, British East Africa. 

1909 Anderson, Cauldwell H., M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. 
1902 Anderson, Daniel Elie, M.D., 121 Avenue des Champs Elysees, Paris. 

1873 fANDERSON, Dickson, Messrs. Anderson, McKenzie & Co., Montreal, Canada. 

1908 Anderson, George E., Plantation Leonora, West Coast, British Guiana. 

1906 fANDERSON, Gilbert, Christchurch, New Zealand. 
1894 Anderson, James, J. P., Bandarapola, Matale, Ceylon. 
1904 Anderson, James, P.O. Box 9, Vryheid, Natal. 

1881 tANDERSON, Rev. James F., B.A., B.Sc, B.D., St. John's, Port Louis, Mauritius. 

1910 Anderson, Hon. John, M.L.C, St. Johns, Neufoundland. 

1901 Anderson, Murdoch, National Bank, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 

1902 fANDERSON, Thomas J., P.O. Box 173, Cape Town, South Africa. 
1889 Anderson, William Trail, Kimberley, Cape Colony, South Africa. 

1898 Andrews, M. Stewart. 

1891 fANDREWS, Thomas, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1893 fANGUS, James, Rooty Hill, New South Wales. 

1911 Angus, William, 165 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
1885 t-A^NNAND, George, M.D., 100 William Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1910 Ansell, William J. D., I.S.O., Chief Collector of Customs, Larnaca, Cyprus. 
1902 Anson, Edward R. 

1902 Anson, Hon. Frank C. M., Treasurer, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1909 Anstead, R. D., cfo Planting Expert, South Parade, Bangalore, India. 

1911 Anstey, Rev. Arthur H., M.A., Codrington College, Barbados. 
1891 Anthonisz, Hon. James 0., The Treasury, Singapore. 

1911 Appleby, Reginald W., Rosebank, Pembroke, Bermuda. 

1904 Arbuckle, Hon. Sir William, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1896 Archer, F. Bisset, Treasury, Zungeru, Northern Nigeria {Corresponding Secretary). 

1904 Archer, Leonard A., Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. 

1902 Archer, William H. D., Brickendon, Longford, Tasmania. 

1900 f Archibald, R. Bruce, J. P., Roxborough, Tobago, West Indies. 

1899 Archibald, William, Roxborough, Tobago, West Indies. 

1901 Armbrister, Percy W. D., Resident Justice, Inagua, Bahamas. 

1910 Armitage, Captain Cecil H., C.M.G., D.S.O., Tamale, Northern Territories, Gold Coast 

Colony {Corresponding Secretary). 

1898 Armstrong, Charles N., 261 Peel Street, Montreal, Canada. 
1889 f Armstrong, George S., Inanda, Victoria County, Natal. 

1907 Armstrong, Jack P., H.B.M. Consulate Leopoldville, Congo Free State. 

1881 Armytage, F. W., 472 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1907 Arnett, Edward John, Resident, Zaria, Northern Nigeria. 

1905 Arthur, John, Messrs. Brabant db Co., Brisbane, Queensland. 



Non-Resident Felloivs, 71 

Toar of 
Election. 

1908 t-AETHUE, EiCHAKD, M.D., M.L.A., Military Bead, Mosman, Sydney, New South Wales. 
1911 Arthur, Reginald, Corinella, Tennyson Street, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1877 Arundel, John Thomas, South Sea Islands. 

1896 Ashe, Evelyn 0., M.D., Kimberley, South Africa. 

1910 AsHWORTH, John, Barrister-at-Law, Saskatoon, Canada. 

1909 AsiMONT, W. F. C, F.R.G.S., Kinarut Estate, Jesselton, British North Borneo. 
1896 AsTROP, John H., P.O. Box 430, Cafe Town, South Africa. 

1880 t-A^THERSTONE, GuYBON D., M.Inst.C.E., Thursford Howse, Grahamstown, South Africa. 

1900 t-^THERTON, Thomas W. T., Ashanti Consols, Ltd., Aslmnti, Gold Coast Colony. 
1885 fATKiNSON, A. R., 14 Brandon Street, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1887 Atkinson, Hon. J. Mitford, M.E.C, M.B., Government Civil Hospital, Hong Kong. 

1911 Atkinson, C. G. Warner, Keiskama Hoek, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1901 Atlee, Percy Stephenson, Pierrefitte Nestelas, Frayice. 

1902 fATTRiDGE, Henry, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1911 AuERBACH, Harry, c/o Trading Co., Tarkwa, Cold Coast Colony. 

1907 AuLD, J. Paton, A.M.Inst.C.E., M.I.M.E., Public Works Dept., Belize, British Honduras. 
1911 AuMULLER, George E., Messrs. Burns, Philp <& Co., Samarai, Papua [vid Australia). 
1909 Aung, Maung Tha Dun, K.S.M., Big Bazaar, Moulmein, Burma. 

1901 Austin, Henry Boase, J.P., F.R.A.S., Government Offices, Bloemfontein, Orange Free 
State. 
Austin, John Alfred, F.R.G.S., N'Gasa, P.O. Ndola, Northern Rhodesia. 



Babbs, Arthur T., Rhodes Building, St. George! s Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Badnall, Herbert Owen, J. P., Resident Magistrate, George, Cape Province, South Africa, 

Badock, Percy T., P.O. Box 124, Maritzburg, Natal. 

Bagge, Stephen S., C.M.G., Provincial Commissioner, Naivasha, British East Africa. 

Baildon, Arthur E., P.O. Box 3492, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fBAiLEY, Sir Abe, K.C.M.G., P.O. Box 50, JoJiannesburg, Transvaal. 

fBAiLEY, Amos, Woodstock, Cape Province, South Africa. 

Bailey, Captain Henry E., W.A.F.F., Freetoivn, Sierra Leone. 

Bailey, George L., Lpoh, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

Bailey, William J. George, c/o Klian Kellas Tin Co., Batu Gujah, Perak, Federated Malay 

States. 
Bailey, Wm. Maurice, c/o S. A. Haddon, Esq., Artillery Square, Port Louis, Mauritius. 
Bailey, H. N. Goodwin, Kenneth Estate, Kelantan, Federated Malay States. 
f Bailey, Robert A., Palapye Road, Bechuanalaiid Protectorate. 
fBAiLLiE, F. W., Nairobi, British East Africa. 
Bahxieu, Hon. W. L., M.L.C, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
fBAiN, Lieut. -Colonel Andrew. 

f Baird, a. Reid, Stock Exchange Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 
fBAiRD, Robert Tweed, Collingwood Bay, Samarai, Papua {vid Australia). 
Baker, Alfred, Messrs. Mansfield <& Co., Singapore. 
Baker, Alfred John, Sea View, Durban, Natal. 
fBAKEE, William G., Musgrave Road, Durban, Natal. 
Bakewell, John W., Korralla, Mount Lofty, Crafers, South Australia. 
Bakewell, Leonard W., Fitzroy Terrace, Fitzroy, Adelaide, South Australia. 
Baldock, Henry A., Comptroller of Posts and Telegraphs, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. 
Balfour, Fp.ank J., El Colorado, Washington, F.C. Pacifico Argentine Republic. 
fBALFOUR, Hon. James, M.L.C, Windella, Kew, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Balfour, John Fordyce. 
Ball, Francis M., Salisbury Club, Rhodesia. 

fBALL, Harry S., M.Sc, P.O. Box 2536, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Ball, Thomas A., Melalap Estate, Jesselton, British North Borneo. 
fBALL, Thomas J., J. P., P.O. Box 2536, Johannesburg, Transvaah 
tBALLARD, Captain Henry, C.M.G., Durban, Natal. 
fBALME, Arthur, Quailing, Kelberrin, Western Australia. 



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1908 Bamber, Montague Kelway, F.I.C, F.C.S., Hyde Park Corner, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1895 Bandaranaike, Maha Mttdaliyab Sir Solomon Dias, C.M.G., Horogolla, Vsyangoda, 

Ceylon. 

1912 Banfield, John J., 327 Seymour Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

1887 fBANKART, Frederick J., F.S.A.A., Water Street, Georgetown, British Ouiana. 

1891 fBANKiER, Frank M., Menzies P.O., Western Australia. 

1908 fB^NKS, Frederick Grant, Entebbe, Uganda. 

1904 fBANNiSTER, Charles R., Visckgat, Lindley Road P.O., Orange Free State. 

1901 fBARBER, George H., cJo R. J. Endean, Esq., Claude's Bungalow, Cape Coast, Gold Coast 

Colony. 

1891 Barber, Hh^ton, J.P., Hales Owen, Cradock, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1903 Barbour- James, John A., Postmaster, Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. 
1910 Bardo, Captain Frederick S., Port Office, Zanzibar. 

1904 Barker, Francis Henry, Orari, South Canterbury, New Zealand ; and Ckristchurch Club. 

1910 Barker, Arthur L., Wainui, Winchester, New Zealand. 

1911 fBARKER, H. W., Gisborne, New Zealand. 

1911 fBARKER, Richard, The Bungalow, Gisborne, New Zealand-. 

1910 f Barker, W. R., Midelney, Gisborne, New Zealand. 

1895 JBarklie, T. W. S. 

1908 Barnard, Henry 0., A.C.H., F.R.A.S., The Observatory, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1886 Barnard, Samuel, J.P., St. Lucia, West Indies. 

1905 Barnes, Alfred H., Dundee Coal Co., Talana, Natal. 

1887 Barnes, J. F. Evelyn, C.M.G., C.E,, Colonial Engineer and Surveyor-General, Maritzburg. 

Natal. 

1883 fBARNETT, Captain E. Algernon. 

1910 Barnett, Ernest A., Naduruloulou, Reiva, Fiji. 

1900 Barnett, Frederick J., Government Residence, Tulagi, British Solomon Islands, Western 
Pacific. 

1904 Barnett, Louis E., M.B., F.R.C.S.E., Stafford Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

1905 Barns, E. W., M.A., The College, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1910 -j-Barns, William Francis, Messrs. McAlister d: Co., Ltd., Ipoh, Perak, Federated Malay 

States. 

1898 Babraut, Edward H., Resident, Kudai, British North Borneo. 

1891 -j-Barrett, Charles Hugh, P.O. Box 335, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1911 Barrett, W. T., M.D., CM. 709 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

1909 Barron, H.E., Major-General Sir Harry, R.A., K.C.M.G., C.V.O., Government House, 

Hobart, Tasmania. 

1884 fBARR-SanTH, Robert, Torrens Park, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1883 Barr-Smith, Thomas E., Birksgate, Glen Osmond, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1895 -j-Barry, Arthur J., Pretoria Club, Transvaal. 

1907 fBARTH, His Honour Judge Jacob W., M.A., Mombasa, British East Africa. 

1902 Barthorp, John Granville, Silverhope, Rangitikei, New Zealand. 
1911 Bartlett, Sydney G., P.O. Blantyre, Nyasaland. 

1911 Bartolo, Augusto, B.Lit., LL.D., Valetta, Malta. 

1908 Barton, Percival F., The Treasury, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

1880 Barton, William, Barrister-at-Law, Trentham, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1892 Batchelor, Ferdinand C, M.D., cio Bank of New Zealand, North Dunedin, New 

Zealand. 

1902 t^ATEMAN, Percy H., Rossyvera, Norfolk Road, Sea Point, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1902 Bateman, Walter Slade, Prisons Department, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1908 Bathgate, Douglas, Public Works Department, Lagos, So^ithern Nigeria. 
1907 Battiscombe, E., Deputy Conservator of Forests, Nyeri, British East Africa. 
1895 Batty, James A., P.O. Box 208, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1906 t^AUGHAN, Francis Wm., Messrs. Smith, Mackenzie & Co., Zanzibar. 
1905 Baxendale, Major Walter, P.O. Box 169, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1909 Baxter Ernest C, Customs Department, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
1904 Bay, Aaron, P.O. Box 5513, Johannesburg, Transvaal, 



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Election. 

1909 Bayly, Briak B. {Inspector of Mines), TascJc, Upper Perak, Federated Malay States. 
1904 Bayly, Cecil, P.O., Khartum, Sudan. 

1911 Bayly, Frank B., B.S.A. Police, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

1910 Baynes, Alexander, P.O. Box 105, Maritzburg, Natal {Corresponding Secretary). 
1909 Baynes, Edward W., Accra, Oold Coast Colony. 

1885 t^AYNES, Hon. Joseph, C.M.G., J.P., 239 Chapel Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 
1893 Baynes, William, Settle, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1909 Beachcroft, Henry A., Kandy, Ceylon. 

1910 Beal, William P. B., M.R.C.V.S., Kumassi, Gold Coast Colony. 
1906 Beale, Octavius C, 474 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
1909 Beale, Major William, Union Club, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 
1891 Beanlands, Rev. Canon Arthur, M.A. 

1880 Beard, Hon. Me. Justice Charles Halman, Kingston, Jamaica. 

1912 Beard, John Ernest, Port Commissioner's Buildings, Calcutta. 

1911 Beaens, George E., P.O. Box 1000, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

1911 Beaton, Welford, Needles, B.C., Canada. 

1909 Beatty, Kenneth J., Police Magistrate, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

1893 Beaufort, His Honour Chief Justice Leicester P., M. A., B.C.L., Fort Jameson, Northern 
Rhodesia. 

1901 Beaumont, Sir William Henry, 10 Burger Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1912 Beavan, Rt. Rev. Frederic H., M.A., Lord Bishop of Mashonaland, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 
1889 -j-Beck, Chakles Proctor, Sunny Side, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State {Corresponding 

Secretary). 

1886 fBECKETT, Thomas Wm., Church Street East, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1904 Beddoes, Alfred B., Axim, Gold Coast Colony. 

1909 Beecroft, Ernest E., P.O. Box 105, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1910 Beeston, Edmund K., Board of Trade, Nelson, B.C., Canada. 
1906 Beeston, Philip E., Chartered Bank of India, Shanghai, China. 

1905 Beetham, Hugh H., Brancepeth, Masterton, New Zealand. 
1877 Beetham, William H., Wairarapa, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1911 fBEGG, James, 144 Maipu, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
1898 fBEiT, William, Ascot, Toowoomba, Queensland. 

1911 -j-Belcher, Lieut. -Colonel Robert, C.M.G., Edmonton, Canada. 

1910 Belcourt, Senator Hon. N. A., K.C., LL.D., Ottaiva, Canada. 

1908 fBELL, Adam, P.O. Box 413, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

1897 Bell, Alexander, Mangatiparu, Morrinsville, Waikato, New Zealand. 
1893 Bell, Anthony, Montreux Club, Montreux, Switzerland. 

1903 Bell, Hon. Archibald G., M.E.G., M.Inst.C.E., Director of Public Works, Port of Spain, 

Trinidad. 

1909 Bell, Charles Napier, Board of Trade, Grain Exchange, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1909 Bell, Cyril M., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1911 Bell, Edmund, cjo Dominion Trust Co., Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
1896 Bell, F. H. Dillon, K.C, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1902 Bell, H.E., Sm Henry Hesketh, K.C.M.G., Government House, St. John's, Antigua. 

1910 ' Bell, James, Hillcrsden, Marlborough, New Zealand. 

1886 I Bell, Lieut. -Colonel John W., C.M.G., Nairobi, British East Africa. 

1911 ; Bell, Trevor H., 25 de Mayo 81, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
1895 ' tBsLL, Wm. H. Somerset, P.O. Box 4284, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1905 ! Bellamy, Charles Vincent, M.Inst.C.E., Director of Public Works, Lagos, Southern Nigeria 

I {Corresponding Secretary). 

1910 Bellingham, George, Suva, Fiji. 

1908 Bellis, Charles H. S., J.P., Kasempa, Northern Rhodesia. 
1901 1 Beningfield, Lieut.-Colonel R. W., 20 St. Andrew's Street, Durban, Natal. 

1904 j Bennett, Arthur L., Sycamore Lodge. Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

1905 I Bennett, Charles E., Ancobra River Transport Co., Axim, Gold Coast Colony. 
1888 j 1-Bennktt, Cris., Rockmore, Sutton Forest, New South Wales. 

1885 1 Bennett, Courtenay Walter, CLE., H.B.M. Consulate-General. New York, U.S.A. 



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Royal Colonial Institute. 

IBennett, Frederick H., c /o Messrs. Outhrie cfc Co., Ltd., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 
jBennett, R. B., K.C, M.P., Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Corresponding Secretary). 
Bennett, Hon. WnxiAM Hart, C.M.G., Colonial Secretary, Nassau, Bahamas. 
fBENNiE, Alexander B., M.A., M.B., B.S., c/o Bank of Victoria, Fitzroy, Melbourne, 

Victoria. 
Bensusan, Ralph, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Bentley, Edmund T., Durban Club, Natal. 
Berkeley, Henry S., Assistant Resident, Northern Nigeria, 
Berkeley, Humphrey, Barrister-at-Law, Suva, Fiji. 
Bernays, Charles E., 45 Adelaide Street, Brisbane, Queensland. 
Bernstein, Leon J., Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

fBERRY, Professor Richard J. A., M.D., F.R.C.S., The University, Melbouryie, Victoria. 
Bertin, Henry, Port Louis, Mauritius. 
Bertram, Hon. Anton, Attorney -General, Colombo, Ceylon. 
•j-Bertram, Charles Fuller. 

Bertram, Robertson F., High Constantia, Wynberg, South Africa. 
Best, Thomas A. V., Stanley, Falkland Islands. 
Beswick, J. H., Queenstown, South Africa. 
f Bettelheim, Henri, Ea7id Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Bettington, Digby R. A., Police Department, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 
fBETTiNQTON, J. Brindley, Brindley Park. Merriwa, New South Wales. 
Betts, James H., Walton Estate, Moneragalla, Ceylon. 
Bevan, James F. 

Beves, Gordon, P.O. Box 4806, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Beyers, F. W., P. 0. Box 174, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Biancaedi, Lieut.-Colonel Hon. N. Grech, C.V.O., C.M.G., Collector of Customs, Valetta, 
Malta [Corresponding Secretary). 

Bibra, Louis F., Native Cojnmissioner, Hartley, Rhodesia. 

BiCKERTON, Professor Alexander W., A.R.S.M., Wainani Park, Christchurch, New 
Zealand. 

j-BiCKFORD, Willlvm, 44 Currie Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 

BiDDLES, Frank, c/o Union Bank of Australia, Fremantle, Western Australia [Corresponding 
Secretary). 

fBiDEN, William, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 

BiDEN, F. Alan, Public Works Department, Hong Kong. 

BrowELL, John 0., J.P., Pihautea, Wairarapa, Wellington, New Zealand. 

BiGGAB, Wm. Hodglns, K.C, c/o Gi-and Trunk Railway, McGill Street, Montreal, Canada- 

BiGGAR, H. Pebcival, Torouto, Canada. 

BiGGE, Philip Matthew, Mount Brisbane, Esk, Queensland. 

Biggs, E. Kenneth, Assistant District Commissioner, Malindi, British East Africa. 

Bnxis, Ralph V., Ferndale Road, Camberwell, Melbourne, Victoria. 

Bingham, Henry T., Ipoh, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

BiNNiB, Thomas I., C.E., Zomba, Nyasaland. 

Bmcn, A. S., Filzherbert Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand. 

BmCH, George E., c/o Governor-GeneraV s Office, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

fBiRCH, William C. Caccl4., Erewhon, Moawhango, New Zealand. 

Birch, William John, Thoresby, Marlon, New Zealand. 

fBiBCH, William Wai,ter, Surrey House, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

Bird, Frederic D., M.S., M.B., M.R.C.S., 43 Sp-ing Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

Birtwistle, Charles A., Commercial Intelligence Officer, Lagos, Soxdhern Nigeria. 

Bishop, Basil F., Kasempa, Northern Rhodesia. 

Bishop, Hon. Robert K., M.L.C, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

Bishop, Wm. Walls, Baro-Kano Railway, Northern Nigeria. 

Black, Ernest, C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Black, G. H., Arakiki, Oisborne, New Zealand. 

f Black, Steuart G., Glenormiston, Noorat, Victoria, 

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fBLACKBURN, ALFRED L., The BouUers, Simonstown, South Africa. 

Blackwood, Robert 0., Melbourne Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 

fBLAiNE, Sir C. Frederick, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

JBlaine, Herbert F., K.C, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 

Blair, Hon. Dyson, M.L.C, Commissioner of Lands, Suva, Fiji. 

Blair, M. Cameron, M.D., Senior Medical Officer, Northern Nigeria. 

Blair, R. H. Balfour, Gemas P.O., Negri Sembilan, Federated Malay States. 

Blair, Peter C, Bank of Africa, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Blakely, James F., Financial Assistant, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

tBLAKELEY, R. H., P.O. Box 102, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fBLANCHARD, LiEUT.-CoLONEL JuLiAN T., Dcnham Street, Bondi, Sydney, Netv South 

Wales. 
Bland, Hon. R. N., C.M.G., Resident Councillor, Penang. Straits Settlements. 
Bland, Edward Maltby, Baro-Kano Railway, Northern Nigeria. 
Blandford, Hon. Sydney D., St. John's, Newfoundland. 
Blane, William, M.I.M.E., P.O. Box 2863, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Bleloch, Robert, P.O. Box 3692, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Bleloch, William, P.O. Box 3692, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Blick, Graham T., M.D., J.P., Broome, Western Australia. 
Bliss, George Cecil, Glenlyon, Agra Patnas, Ceylon. 
Blomefield, Wilmot, Western Railway Estacion Once, Buenos Aires, Argentine 

Republic. 
f Blomfield, Horace M., Rockhurst, Orahamstown, South Africa. 
fBLOw, John Jellings. 

Blundell, Frederick Moss, Mines Department, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
BoAG, George L., Ferro-Carril Lorca a Baza, Aguilas, Provinia de Murcia, Spain. 
BoARDMAN, Major A. Slight, Carrington House, Claim Street, Hillbrow, Johannesburg, 

Transvaal. 
Boby, Hugh Woods, Que-que, Rhodesia. 

BoDLE, Lieut.-Colonel William, C.M.G., Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
BoDLEY, James J., Childers Street, North Adelaide, South Australia. 
fBoDY, Rev. Professor C. W. E., D.C.L., General Theological Seminary, New York. 
fBoGGiE, Alexander, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
BoGGS, N. Gardner, Saskatoon, Canada. 
Bois, Frederick W., J.P., Colombo, Ceylon. 
Bois, Sir Stanley, Colombo, Ceylon. 

Bolt, Frederick William, P.O. Box, 133, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 
Bolt, William James, St. Ann's Road, Mornington, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
Bolton, Fred W., Farleigh Plantation, Mackay, Queensland. 
•f-BoNAR, Thomson, M.D. 

BoNELL, Thomas H. M., B.Sc, M.I.Mecb.E., Government Railway, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
Bonham-Smith, Robert, cfo Franklin, Herrera y C'", 430 Bartolomi Mitre, Buenos Aire%, 

Argentine Republic. 
Bonner, George, San Carlos, Falkland Islands. 

Bonython, Hon. Sir J. Langdon, C.M.G., King William Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 
BooNZAiER, Wilhelm G., Carnarvon, Cape Province, South Africa. 
Booth, Ferdinand Robert, P.O. Box 1164, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Booth, Karl E. 0., Rand Chib, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Booth, Lionel H., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., c/o P.M.O., Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
fBooTH, Robert M. [Barrister -at- Law), Stipendiary Magistrate and Commissioner, Rewa, Fiji. 
Booth-Clarkson, Captain J., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., J.P., Department of Public Health, 

Townsville, Queensland. 
Booty, Arthur E., Treasury, Entebbe, Uganda. 
fBoRGHESE, Edward C. 

fBoRTON, John, Casa Nova, Oamaru, New Zealand. 
BosANQUET, H.E., Admiral Sir Day H., G.C.V.O., K.C.B., Government House, Adelaide, 

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1911 BosANQUET, Arthur F. G., Mounted Police, Majeking, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1896 t^oss, Aaron A., P.O. Box 562, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1910 BosT, Frank, Mengattnl Rubber Estate, British North Borneo. 

1911 BosTOCK, Arthur, The Besoms, Eosebank, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1903 Botha, Hercules P., c/o Messrs. Botha <& Guodrick, Maitland Street, Bloemfontein, Orange 

Free State. 

1889 BoTSFORD, Charles S., P.O. Box 679, Peterboro\ Ontario, Canada. 

1883 BouRDn^LON, Edmund. 

1900 BouRHiLL, Henry, Chaka's Kraal, North Coast, Natal. 

1892 t^^ouRKE, Edmund F., Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1892 f Bourne, E. H. B., Norfolk Island, via Sydney, New South Wales. 

1903 Bourne, Captain Henry R. M., Colonial Secretariat, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1906 BouTELL, Francis H. Chevallier, 564 Avenida Mayo, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
1887 t^ovELL, His Honour Chief Justice Sir Henry A., Georgetown, British Guiana. 

1904 Bowden, Wm. Davis, M.A., District Commissioner, Sierra Leone. 

1882 t^ow^N> Hon. Sm Charles Christopher, M.L.C, Middleton, Christchurch, New Zealand 
{Corresponding Secretary). 

1904 fBowEN, Edward, The Towers, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

1905 fBowER, David J., Private Bag, Summerpride, East London, South Africa. 
1911 Bowler, Louis P. 

1904 Bowles, Lionel 0., C.E., F.R.G.S. 

1910 BowLEY, Francis B. L., Crown Solicitor, Hong Kong. 

1908 Bowling, Thomas, Arrawatta, Inverell, New South Wales. 

1907 BowRiNO, Hon. Charles Calvert, C.M.G., M.L.C, Chief Secretary, Nairobi, British East 

Africa. 

1900 fBowYER-BowER, Thomas, A.M.Inst.C.E., Dunkwa, Gold Coast Colony. 

1906 BoYCE, Austin A. Rodney, Survey Department, Khartum, Sudan. 

1893 Boyd-Carpentee, H., M.A., Ministry of Public Instruction, Cairo, Egypt. {Corresponding 

Secretary). 

1901 fBRACKEN, T. W., Government Railways, Jebba, Northern Nigeria. 

1904 Bradley, Godfrey T., M.I.Mech.E., cjo Colonial Secretariat, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1901 Bradshaw, Herbert E., cfo Newfoundland Oilfields, Ltd., Parson's Pond, N eufoundland. 

1900 Braham, Isaac F., The Development Co., Monrovia, Liberia. 

1893 Braine, C. Dimond H., A.M.Inst.C.E., Irrigation Department, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1902 Bratt, James H. Davson, Treasurer, Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 

1884 "fBRXvo, Hon. Arthur, M.C.P., Mon Repos, British Guiana. 

1901 fBi'-^^Y, Edward L., cJo H. B. W. Russell, Esq., Kumassi, Gold Coast Colony. 

1910 Breckenridge, Captain T. W., Travelling Commissioner, Kumassi, Gold Coast Colony. 

1910 Brett, Edward B., Eastern Telegraph Co., Gibraltar. 

1910 JBrett, Henry T., P.O. Box 135, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1909 Bridges, Colonel William T., C.M.G., R.A.A., Victoria Barracks, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1911 Bridges, P. W., cjo Standard Bank, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1911 Bridgman, Alfred H., Government Raihvays, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1908 Brink, Arend, c/o De Beers Consolidated Mines, Kimberley, South Africa. 
1908 Brittan, Wm. Guise, Cashmere Hills, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

1896 fBROAD, Arthur J., Alauritius Assets Co., Port Louis, Mauritius. 

1901 Broad, Wallace, B.A., F.G.S., Changsha, Hunan Province, China. 

1905 Broadbent, Walter G., 74 Pietermaritz Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 
1899 Broadrick, E. G., Municipal Commissioner, Singapore. 

1904 Brockman, Hon. Edward L., C.M.G., The Residency, Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay 

States {Corresponding Secretary). 

1901 ! Broderick, Lancelot, P.O. Box 24, Wepener, Orange Free State. 

1910 Brodie, James M., Messrs. Scott cfc Co., Port Louis, Mauritius. 

1910 Brokensha, Thomas H., J.P., Dundee, Natal. 

1911 fBROMLEY, Henry, Ceres, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1911 Brook, Captain W. B., c/o Secretariat, Nairobi, British East Africa. 

1911 Brook, John S., Government Railway, Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. 



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Brooks, Edward, M.B., CM., Risdon, Lindisfarne, Hobart, Tasmania. 

Brooks, George L., Superintendent of Police, Freetowm, Sierra Leone. 

Brooks, James Henry, M.R.C.S.E., Henley Villa, Make, Seychelles. 

•{•Brooks, R. B., District Commissioner, Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 

f Brooks, W. Alvin, Nigeria Bitumen Corporation, Epe, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

Brooks, William, 17 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Broome, Hon. Mr. Justice William, Maritzburg, Natal. 

■{"Brothers, C. M., Queenstoion, South Africa. 

Brough, C. a. La Touche, LL.B., M.B., Suva, Fiji. 

Brown, David A. Mueray, Sungei Nebong, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

Brown, Edmund A. B., P.O., Penang, Straits Settlements. 

Brown, Edward, 280 Roslyn Road, Winnipeg, Canada. 

Brown, Ellison, P.O. Box 493, Bloemfontein, Ordnge Free State. 

Brown, Frank, Town Engineer, Kroonstad, Orange Free State. 

Brown, Hugh, Bank of Africa, Vryheid, Natal. 

Brown, James J., The Lodge, Quatres Bornes, Mauritius. 

Brown, James E. Myles, M.B., Ch.B., Lady Grey, Aliwal North, Cape Province, South Africa. 

Brown, John Blezard, Glenayr, Ranfurly Road, Epsom, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Brown, John Charles, J. P., 406 West Street, Durban, Natal. 

Brown, John E., Olenavon, Somerset East, Cape Province, South Africa. 

Brown, J. Ellis, P.O. Box 39, Durban, Natal. 

Brown, J. H., M.H.A., Nassau, Bahamas. 

fBROWN, John Lawrence, Methden, Bowenfels, New South Wales. 

fBROWN, Professor J. JVLiCMiLLAN, LL.D., Christchurch, New Zealand. 

■{•Brown, Lawrence C, Kuala Lumpor, Selangor, Federated Malay States. 

fBROWN, Leslie E., Messrs. Brown cfc Joske, Suva, Fiji. 

fBROWN, His Honour Mr. Justice Richard Myles, Port Louis, Mauritius. 

fBROWN, Robert, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

Brown, Thomas D. C. 

fBROWN, Thomas Douglas, Lower Burdekin, Queensland. 

fBROWN, Professor W. Jethro, LL.D., The University, Adelaide, South Australia. 

Brown, Major William H., Gresham Life Assurance Society, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Brown, William, M.A., M.B., Marton, New Zealand. 

Brown, William Harvey, M.L.C, Salisbury Club, Rhodesia. 

fBROWNE, Everard, Cororooke, Colac, Victoria. 

Browne, Nicholas E., J. P., Wilber force Street, Freetoum, Sierra Leone. 

fBROWNE, Sylvester, Minembah, Whittingham, New South Wales. 

fBROWNE, Thomas L., Barrister -at- Law, Adelaide Club, South Australia. 

Brownell, William P., Liverpool Street, Hobart, Tasmania. 

f Bruce, Alexander Livingstone, Magomero, Nyasaland. 

fBRUCE, George. 

f Bruce, J. R. Baxter, 20 Bridge Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Bruce, Malcolm A.,c/o Abosso Gold Alining Co., Abosso, Gold Coast Colony. 

Bruce, Robert Hunter. 

Bruce, William J., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 3Iopea Sugar Factory, c/o British Central Africa 

Co., Chinde, East Africa. 
fBEUNNER, Ernest August, J.P., Eshowe, Natal. 

Brunton, Frederick W., Government Land Surveyor, Belize, British Honduras. 
Brunton, Major John Spencer, J. P., Winslow, Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Bryan, Major Hon. Herbert, C.M.G., Colonial Secretary, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 
Bryant, Alfred, Standard Bank, Cape Town, South Africa. 
fBRYANT, Alfred T., Audit Office, Singapore. 
fBRYANT, Joseph, J.P., Esleta, Ligar Street, Ballarat, Victoria. 

Buchanan, Hon. Sir E. John, Judge of the Supreme Court, Cape Town, South Africa. 
fBucHANAN, J. Cameron, Samarinda, Borneo, Dutch East Indies. 
Buchanan, Walter Clarke, Wairarapa, Wellington, New Zealand. 
fBucHANAN, W. F., J.P., Union ClvM, Sydney, New South Wales. 



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1909 fBucHAXAN, W. F., JuN., Warrigal Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1908 tBucKLEY, St. John McLean, Redcastle, Oamaru, New Zealand. 

1911 BucKNALL, Basil E., English Club, Bartoleme Mitre 478, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

1905 BuxAU, Louis, Beauchamp, Grand River, Mauritius. 

1909 Bttlkley, George, Nairobi, British East Africa. 

1901 Bull, Charles, c/o A. F. FitzHerbert, Esq., Waimarama, Feilding, New Zealand. 

1912 Bull, William P., K.C., 514 Temple Building, Toronto, Canada. 

1910 Bullen, George L., Mungana, via Cairns, Queensland. 

1897 fBuLLEN, Wm. Alfred, Star Life Assurance Society, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1907 fBuLT, Frederic W., Department of Jiistice, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1911 BuNDOCK, Charles S., Australian Club, Sydney, New South Wa^es. 

1909 BuNTiNE, Robert A., M.B., Ch.B., 151 Pietermaritz Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1892 BuRBURY, Edward P., New Zealand Loan and Agency Co., Oamaru, New Zealand. 

1903 BuRCHELL, Herbert C, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

1899 BuRDON, Major Hon. J. Alder, C.M.G., M.A., F.R.G.S., Colonial Secretary, Bridgetown, 
Barbados. 

1906 fBuRDWAN, The Maharaja Dhiraj of, K.C.S.I., The Palace, Burdwan, Bengal, India. 
1888 Burgess, Hon. W. H., Hobart, Tasmania. 

1911 Burke, Harry Lardner, K.C, Grahamstown, South Africa. 

1911 Burmester, Charles M., Manitoba Hotel, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

1911 Burn, Major Walter A., Barrister-at-Laiv, Entebbe, Uganda. 

1905 BuRNHAM, Mather H., c/o \st National Bank, Douglas, Arizona, U.S.A. 

1905 fBuRNS, Colonel Hon. James, M.L.C, Parramatta, Sydney, Neiv Soidh Wales. 

1909 BuRROWES, Thomas Fr.\ser, Comptroller of Customs, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1909 Burrows, Acton, 120 Bedford Road, Toronto, Canada. 

1903 Burrows, Donald, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

1894 Burt, Albert Hamilton, M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

1903 tBuRT, Andrew, M.Inst.M.E., M.A.LM.E. 

1911 Burt, James A. 

1882 Burt, Hon. Septimus, K.C, Perth, Western Australia. 

1903 Burt, T. Ross, B.E., A.M.I.Mech.E., c/o Messrs. A. & T. Burt, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

1911 Burton, Alfred R. E., Tower House, Sandringham, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1907 Burton William, Bancroft Avenue, Roseville, New South Wales. 

1892 Busby, Alexander, J.P., Cassilis, New South Wales. 

1909 Buscombe, Frederick, 319 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

1893 Bush, Robert E., Clifton Downs, Oascoyne, Western Australia. 
1903 Busk, Charles W., Nelson, B.C., Canada. 

1912 Butler, J. H., 17 Russell Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
1888 Butt, J. M., Banlc of New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1911 Buttle, James, New Zealand Insurance Co., Auckland, New Zealand. 

1910 Buyers, Alexander L., Rubber Estates of Johore, Gemas, Negri Sembilan, Federated 

Malay States. 

1909 t^W-*> Mauno Ba., A.T.M., Headquarters Magistrate, Hanthawaddy, Rangoon, Burma. 

1908 -fBYB, Maung Po, K.S.M., Myaungmya, Burma. 

1902 Byrde, F. T., c/o Miller Bros., Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. 

1910 Byron, F. Rochfort, Salisbury Club, Rhodesia. 



1893 fCACCiA, Anthony M., M.V.O., Dehra Dun, United Provinces, India. 

1909 Cadenhead, J. F., Athenceum Club, Johanyiesburg, Transvaal. 
1892 fCAiN, Hon. William, M.L.C, Sojdh Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria. 
1911 Caine, George W. L., Caineville, Limoru, British East Africa. 

1911 fCAiNE, Lionel E., Dept. of Telegraphs, Nairobi, British East Africa. 

1878 fCAiRNCROSS, John, J.P., De Hoop, Somerset West, Cape Provinces., South Africa. 

1910 Caldecot, Hon. Ivone K., The Residency, Kuching, Snraivak. 

1907 Caldecott, Wm. A., B.A., F.C.S., Consolidated Goldflelds of Smtk Africa, P.O.. Bcvr 1167, 
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Caldeb, Charles W., Messrs. Coiiche, Colder <& Co., Fremantle, Western Australia. 

Calder, William, Baku, Russia. 

Calder, William Henderson, Ravelston, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. 

Caldwell, D. R., Messrs. Mackay, Logan, Caldwell d: Co., Auckland, New Zealand. 

fCALDWELL, William J., Ipoh, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

Callender, William, Bank of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand. 

Calverley, Major E. Leveson, c/o Captain Parmiter, Grimsby, Ontario, Canada. 

Cameron, Arthur G., c/o Harris and Ball, Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

Cameron, Donald C, Colonial Secretariat, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

Cameron, William M., Advocate, P.O. Box 3, Maritzburg, Natal. 

Campbell, Archibald M., Loudoun, Berea, Durban, Natal. 

fCAMPBELL, Chari.es E., Ranier Grand Hotel, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. 

Campbell, Hon. Colin H., K.C, Inveraray, Winnipeg, Canada {Corresponding Secretary). 

Campbell, GEORae H., 65 Victoria Street, Toronto, Canada. 

Campbell, David Wm., Messrs. Elder, Dempster db Co., Montreal, Canada. 

Campbell, James P., Barrister -at- Law, Blackstone Chambers, Wyndham Street, Auckland, 

New Zealand. 
Campbell, Major John Cathey. 
Campbell, Colonel John E., India. 

fCAMPBELL, John Murray, Coombie Station, Hillston, New South Wales. 
jCampbell, Senator Hon. Marshall, Mount Edgecumbe, Natal. 
Campbell, William, P.O. Box 22, Klerksdorp, Transvaal. 
Campbell-Johnston, Augustine, Oarvanza, California, U.S.A. 
Campbell-Johnston, Harry F., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Canning, Arthur R., P.O. Box 111, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 
Cape, Alfred J., Karoola, Edgecliff Road, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Caplen, Harry, Barrister-at-Law, Hawera, New Zealand. 
Carqill, Donald, 34 Melville Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
fCARGiLL, Henry S., Quamichan, Vancouver's Island, B.C., Canada. 
Cargell, Sidney R., Kingston, Jamaica. 

fCARGiLL, Walter, c/o of Bank of New Zealand, Dunedin, Neiv Zealand. 
Carlisle, Fred, Hurlingham, F.C.P., Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
fCARMiCHAEL, H.E., RiGHT HoN. LoRD, G.C.I.E., K.C.M.G., Government House, Calcutta. 
Carmody, Professor P., F.I.C., F.C.S., Government Analyst, Port of Spain, Trinidad 

{Corresponding Secretary). 
Carpenter, John A., c/o Messrs. Burns, Philp dk Co., Samarai, Papua, vid Australia. 
Carrique, William, Bank of Ottawa Building, Montreal, Canada. 
fCARRUTHERS, David, Eust Demcrara Water Commission, Georgetown, British Guiana. 
Carruthers, George F., 106 Grain Exchange Buildings, Winnipeg, Canada. 
Carruthers, Thomas B., P.O. Box 261, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Carson, Hugh C, 173 Sladina Road, Toronto, Canada. 

fCARSON, Robert M., Survey Department, Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay States. 
Carter, George J., St. John^s, Newfoundland. 
Carter, Sir Gilbert T., K.C.M.G. 

Carter, Hon. Mr. Justice Thomas F., Maritzburg, Natal. 
Carter, Villiers St. L., Government Railvjay, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
Carter, His Honour Judge Wm. M., Entebbe, Uganda. 
Cartwright, Crhllin, Caixa do Correio 443, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
Cartwright, John D., Adderley Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 
fCARUANA-GATTO, CoNTiNO A., B.A., LL.D., Assistant Crown Advocate, 59 Strada Levante, 

Valelta, Malta. 
Cary, Frederick W., P.O. Box 231, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
Case, Egerton R., Temple Building, Toronto, Canada. 
Caselberg, Alfred, Pahiatua, Wellington, New Zealand. 

tCASEY, Hon. J. J., C.M.G., K.C, Ibrickane, Acland Street, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Caskie, Alexander, Harrismith, Orange Free State. 
Cassels, Walter R., 43 Florida, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 



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1909 Cassidy, Robert, K.O., 615 Pender Street W., Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

1910 Casson, J. Charles, Supt. of Native Affairs, Zomba, Nyasaland. 

1895 fCASTALDi, EvARiSTO, 213 Strada Reale, Valetta, Malta. 

1910 Castleton, Edmund J., c/o Argus Printing Co., P.O. Box 56, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1886 tCATOR, George C, The Club, Kimberley, South Africa. 
1893 Catto, John. 

1906 Caulfield, William F., P.O. Box 2624, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1906 Cecil, Lieut. -Colonel Lord Edward H., D.S.O., Ministry of Finance, Cairo, Egypt. 

1888 fCENTENO, Leon, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

1887 Chabaud, John A., Attorney-at-Laiv, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1882 fCHADWiCK, Robert, Camden Buildings, 418 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
1893 *Chailley-Bebt, Joseph, 17 Rue d'Anjou, Paris, 8^. 

1902 Chalmers, Nathaniel, A.M.Inst.C.E., c/o Union Bank of Australia, Sydney, New 
South Wales. 

1911 Chamberltn, p. Paora, Te Whaiti-nui-a-Toi, New Zealand. 

1909 Chamberlin, T. Chamberlin, Te Whaiti-nui-a-Toi, New Zealand. 
1902 fCHAMBERS, Arthur F., P.O. Box 111, Sausalito, California, U.S.A. 

1907 fCHAMBERS, Bernard, Te Mata, Napier, New Zealand. 

1907 Chambers, Cecil H., Customs Department, Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 

1907 fCHAMBERS, T. Mason, Tauroa, Havelock North, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. 

1911 Chambers, Wm. Knox, Gisborne, New Zealand. 

1902 Champion, Charles Wm., Lyndkurst, Bloemfontein, Orange Fret State. 

1899 fCHAPLiN, Thomas W., King Edward's Mansions, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1890 Chapman, Charles W., 39 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1911 Chapman, E. Shirley, Australian Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1897 Chapman, H. B. H., M.Inst.C.E., Arica and Tacna Railway, Tacna, Chile. 

1910 Chapman, Ronald S., Assistant Resident, Lakoja, Northern Nigeria. 

1907 fCHASE, Richard W., Llanillo, Wingello, Southern Line, New South Wales. 

1888 Chater, Hon. Sir C. Paul, C.M.G., M.L.C., Hong Kong. 

1883 fCHAYTOR, John C, Spring Creek, Picton, New Zealand. 
1904 fCHEESMAN, Robert Suckling, St. Vincent, West Indies. 

1889 Cheke, George 0. M. 

1907 Chesterton, Frederick, c/o Mining Commissioner, Gwelo, Rhodesia. 

1896 Chesterton, Lewis B., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1896 fCHEWiNGS, Charles, Ph.D., F.G.S., William Street, Hawthorn, South Australia. 

1911 Childebs, Charles E. E., H.B.M. Vice-Consul, Pittsburgh, U.S.A. 

1874 fCniNTAMON, HURRYCHUND. 

1910 Chirnside, Andrew S., Coragulac, Colac, Victoria. 

1910 Chirnsidb, George, Weribee Park, Point Cook, Victoria. 

1893 Chisholm, James, Crossfield, Alberta, Canada. 

1880 fCniSHOLM, W., Kimberley, South Africa. 

1910 Chomley, His Honour Judge Arthur W., Woodlands, Tennyson Street, St. Kilda, 

Victoria. 

1904 Chomley, Charles H. 

1896 Christian, Charles, Turf Club, Cairo. 

1884 fCHRiSTiAN, Owen S., P.O. Box 261, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1911 Christie, Herbert B., D.S.O., Whiporie, Casino, New South Wales. 

1908 Christison, Robert Alexander, Lammermoor, Prarie, Townsville, Queensland. 

1905 fCHRiSTLiEB, Andrew C, c/o Messrs. Pickering <fe Berthoud, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1905 Chrystal, James H., Dropmore, Seymour, Victoria. 

1910 Chudleigh, Charles, P.O. Box 743, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1911 CnxmcH, Charles J., British North Borneo. 

1907 Churchill, Alec F., Public Works Department, Hong Kong. 

1889 f Churchill, Senator Hon. Frank F., The Senaie, Cape Toum, South Africa. 
1901 fCnuRCHLLL, Eraser E., Brymedura, Manildra, New South Wales. 

1884 I Churchill, John Spencer, C.M.G. 

1906 Chute, Mervyn L., A.M.LMech.E. 



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1911 

1902 

1882 

1900 

1885 

1909 i 

1887 

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1899 

1895 

1911 

1900 

1888 

1882 

1896 

1908 

1909 

1907 

1898 

1903 

1903 

1910 

1911 

1906 

1897 

1911 

1895 

1902 

1897 

1894 

1892 

1907 

1903 

1907 

1905 

1911 

1898 

1892 

1910 

1907 

1906 

1885 

1906 

1902 

1900 



Clabon, Abthur B., 407 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. '■ 

Clabk, Archibald McCosh, Wellington, New Zealand. 

fCLAKK, Charles Ckabb, 424 Point Bead, Durban, Natal. 

fCLABK, Douglas, Senekal, Orange Free State. 

Claiik, Francis W., M.D., Medical Officer of Health, Hong Kong. 

tCLARK, George F. H., M.A., P.O. Box 2, Wynherg, South Africa. 

fCLARK, G. Oresswell, C.M.G., Government Railways, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Clark, James A., Jinja, Uganda. 

Clark, John Murray, K.C, M.A., LL.B., 16 King Street West, Toronto, Canada. 

fCLARK, Matthew A., Messrs. A. Clark and Sons, Ltd., Auckland, New Zealand. 

Clark, Robert Douglas, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, Victoria Club, Maritzburg, Natal. 

fCLARK, LiEUT.-CoLONEL WALTER J., Melbourne Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 

tCLARKE, A. RuTTER, Universal Buildings, Grenfell Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 

fCLABKE, Alfred E., Coldbh\ Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria. 

|Clarke, Frederick J., Marumba, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. 

JClarke, Sir Fielding. 

Clarke, Joseph H., C.E., Newport, Quebec, Canada. 

Clarke, Joseph P., M.Inst.C.E.,(?rca< Southern Railioay, Plaza Constitucion, Buenos Aires, 

Argentine Republic. 
Clarkson, Engineer-Captain W., Victoria Barracks, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Clauson, Major Hon. John E., R.E., C.V.O., C.M.G., Chief Secretary, Valetta, Malta. 
Clayton, Arthur G., Colonial Secretariat, Colombo, Ceylon. 
Clemens, Lewis W., 1392 King Street West, Toronto, Canada. 
fCLEVELAND, Frank, BalUngup, Western Australia. 

fCLEVELAND, RoBERT A., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Chief Medical Officer, Nicosia, Cyprus. 
Clifford, Sir George Hugh, Bart., Stonyhurst, Christchurch, New Zealand. 
Clifford, Hon. Sir Hugh, K.C.M.G., Colonial Secretary, Colombo, Ceylon. 
Clough, James A., M.B., L.S.A., Government Medical Officer, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
fCLOUSTON, Sir Edward S., Bart., 873 Peel Street, Montreal, Canada. 
Clubbe, Charles P. B.,M.R.C.S.E.,L.R.C.P., 195 Macquarie Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
|Clucas, Evan C, J.P., Kia Ora, North Adelaide, South Australia. 
fCoATES, Hon Arthur R., M.E.C, Suva, Fiji. 
Cobb, E. Powys, Keringet Farm, Molo, British Fast Africa. 
fCoBB, George E., Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Federated Malay States. 
Coghill, Captain H. B. M., Asst. District Commissioner, Kennema, Sierra Leone. 
■fCoGHLAN, H. Lake, 5 Raffles Place, Singapore. 
Cohen, Abner, J.P., Krugersdorp, Transvaal. 

Cohen, Henry D., Whyenbah Road, Hamilton, Brisbane, Queensland. 
Cohen, H. Hjrschel, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
CoKER, William Z., Kumassi House, Cape Coast, Gold Coast Colony. 
•fCoLB, Nicholas, West Cloven Hills, Camperdown, Victoria. 
fCoLE, Wm. O'Connor, 24 Soldier Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
|CoLEMAN, James H., Waititirau, Napier, New Zealand. 
Colenbrander, Benjamin, J.P., The Residency, Newcastle, Natal. 
Collet, Hon. Wilfred, C.M.G., Colonial Secretary, Belize, British Honduras. 
CoLLETT, JohnWallace, M.D.,L.R.C.P.&S., Seniw Medical Officer, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
CoLLETT, Vivian. 

Collie, James, Audit Office, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

•fCoLLiER, Herbert, Werndew, Irving Road, Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria. 
fCoLLiER, Jenkin, Wcrdew, Irving Road, Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria ; and Australian Club. 
fCoLLiNS, Archibald F., Bulawayo Club, Rhodesia. 
Collins, Archie, African Direct Telegraph Co., Bonny, Southern Nigeria. 
Collins, Edward William, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Collins, Ernest E., Reuter's Telegram Co., Lim., Melbourne, Victoria. 
Collins, George Churton, Commerce Court, Durban, Natal. 
tCoLLiNS, Harry, Club Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 
Collins, Henry M., Melbourne Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 

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1907 Collins, Henry Ramsay, J.P., A.M.Inst.C.E., " Mercury'' Office, Durban, Natal. 
1910 CoLLissoN, Percival L., Audit Office, Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 

1910 CoLQUHOUN, Arthur P., 441 Calle Bartoleme Mitre, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

1903 CoLQFHOTJN, Daniel, M.D., 44 High Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

1884 fCoLQUHOUN, Robert A. 

1876 ComssiONG, Hon. W. S., C.M.G., K.C., M.E.C., St. George's, Grenada. 

1902 fCoMPTON, George W., c/o De Beers Consolidated Mines, Kimberley, South Africa. 

1908 CoNDELL, C. F., Inspector of Schools, St. Lucia, West Indies. 
1898 , fCoNLAY, Wm. Lance, British Agent, Trengganu, vid Singapore. 

1909 Conran, Charles E., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., 2 High Boad, Perumbur, Madras, India. 
1906 Cook, Alfred Leslie, P.O. Telegraphs, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1885 Cooke, John, Australian Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1908 Cooke, Hon. Samuel W., Murndal, Branxholme, Victoria. 

1911 CooKSON, Captain C. E., Police Dept., Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 
1911 CooKSON, Geoffrey E., 535 West Ulth Street, New York, U.S.A. 

1889 CooLEY, William, Town Clerk, Durban, Natal. 

1909 CooMBES, Very Rev. Dean George F., D.D., Winnipeg, Canada. 

1895 fCooPE, Captain J. C. Jesser, Bulawayo Club, Rhodesia. 

1910 Cooper, A. S., Government Railway, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1908 Cooper, Alexander, Sylhet, India. 

1910 Cooper, Arthur J., Assam-Bengal Railway, Chittagong, India. 

1890 Cooper, His Honour Chief Justice Sir Pope A., K.C.M.G., Brisbane, Queensland. 

1904 fCooPER, Richard Henry, Hilton Road, Natal. 
1910 Cooper, Thom.\s W., N'Kandhla, Zululand, Natal. 

1909 CoPEMAN, E. A., Chilanga, Northern Rhodesia. 

1900 Copland-Crawford, W. E. B., Divisional Commissioner, Asaba, Southern Nigeria. 

1900 Copland, Charles A., Director of Public Works, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

1902 Copley, Wm. Dawn, P.O. Box 594, Bulawayo, Rhodesia (Corresponding Secretary). 

1902 fCoRBET, Everard p., Tweedie, Natal. 

1910 fCoRDER, AViLLiAM J., P.O. Box 433, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1901 CoRDEROY, John W., Nkadi, Lehlonono P.O., Matatiele, East GriquMland, Cape Province, 

South Africa. 

1902 fCoRDNER, E. J. K. 

1889 fCORDNER-jAMES, JoHN H., A.M.Iiist.C.E. 

1882 Cork, Hon. Philip C, C.M.G., Colonial Secretary, Kingston, Jamaica. 

1892 Corner, Charles, M.Inst.C.E., Resident Engineer, Rhodesian Railways, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1910 Cornforth, Peter E. G., P.O. Box 43, Dundee, Natal. 

1906 Cornish, The Right Rev. Charles E., D.D., Lord Bishop of Grahamstown, Bishopsbourne, 
Grahamstown, South Africa. 

1896 fCoRNiSH-BowDEN, Athelstan H., Surveyor-OeneraV s Office, Cape Toivn, South Africa. 
1906 fCoRPE, James R., Kingston Terrace, North Adelaide, South Australia. 

1902 fCoRT, James E., Axim, Gold Coast Colony. 

1901 CoRYNDON, R. T., C.M.G., Resident Commissioner, M'babane, Sivaziland, South Africa. 
1910 CossER, Stephen C. A., Administrator's Office, Pretoria,Transvaal (Corresponding Secretary). 

1909 Costley-White, Cyril, C.E., c/o A. B. Jones, Esq., Queen Street, Durban, Natal. 

1905 Cotton, Alfred J., Hidden Vale, Grandchester, Queensland. 

1902 Cotton, E. P. 

1910 Cotton, James B., Passara, Ceylon. 

1886 CoTTRELL, Henry E. P., A.M.Inst.C.E. 
1905 Coubrough, A. Adair, M.L.C, Levuka, Fiji. 

1895 fCouLDERY, William H., J.P., St. Anne's, Elizabeth Bay Point, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1904 fCousiN, Robert, Northern Nigeria Tin Mines, N'Gell, Banchi, Northern Nigeria. 

1903 CoussEY, Charles L. R. P., cfo Messrs. Millers, Ltd., Salt Pond, Gold Coast Colony. 
1903 CowEN, Charles, Senior, P.O. Box 614, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1895 CowERN, William, Hawera, New Zealand. 

1889 ■fCo^VIE, Alexander, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1896 i ICowLEY, W. H., Soranu Group, Horana, Ceylon. 



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Year of 
Election. 

1902 I CowPER, Sydney, C.M.G., Civil Service, Club, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1882 tCox, Hon. Charles T., C.M.G., Government Secretary, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

1901 fCox, George Lionel, c/o Carson <fe Co., Australia Buildings, Colombo, Ceylon. 
1910 Cox, James Ievers, cjo B.E.A. Corporation, Mombasa, British East Africa. 

1902 Cox, Senator Hon. George A., Toronto, Canada. 
1897 Cox, Sir Lionel. 

1902 Cox, Sydenham E. S., P.O. Box 3669, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1887 f Crafton, Ralph C, Bulkeley Station, Eamleh, Alexandria, Egypt {Corresponding Secretary). 

1906 Craig, E. H. Cunningham, B.A., F.G.S. 

1906 ! Craig, Robert Wm., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1892 fCRAiGEN, William, Gecn-getown, British Guiana. 

1910 Craigie-Halkett, Montague C, Stanley, Falkland Islands. 

1897 Cramer, Hermann J., Punta Gorda, British Honduras. 

1908 Craven, James C, cJo Colonial Secretariat, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1910 Craven, C. S., Water Works, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

1875 Crawford, Lieut. -Colonel James D., Stock Exchange, Montreal, Canada. 
1906 fCREASY, Harold T., Public Works Department, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1911 Creed, Hon. John M., M.L.C, L.R.C.P., Australasia Chambers, Martin Place, Sydney, New 

South Wales. 
1906 Creelman, Adam R., K.C, c/o Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal, Canada {Corresponding 

Secretary). 
1884 fCBEEWELL, Jacob, P.O. Box 469, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1904 Creswell, Alfred T., G.P.O. Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1904 fCREWE, Colonel Hon. Charles P., C.B., M.L.A., Cape Town, South Africa. 
1911 Crewe, David, J. P., The Grange, Pahiatua, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1910 fCRiCHTON, William, F.R.I.B.A., Wellington, New Zealand. 

1910 Cripps, Lieut. A. E. W., R.N.R., Marine Department, Northern Nigeria. 

1910 Crisford, George N., District Commissioner, Kipine, British East Africa. 

1902 fCROAKER, Frederick W., Dumble, Brewarrina, New South Wales {Corresporuling Secretary). 
1901 Crofts, Charles J., M.Inst.C.E., Spencer's Farm, Balyoioan, Natal. 

1910 Crofts, D. G., Government Surveyor, Nairobi, British East Africa. 
1896 fCROGHAN, John G., M.D., Klipriversoog, Transvaal. 

1903 fCROMPTON, Robert, Suva, Fiji. 

1910 Crosbie, Hon. John C, M.E.C, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

1898 Crosby, Captain Arthur J., Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1891 fCROSS, John Wm., J.P., R.M., Maritzburg, Natal. 

1898 fCROSSE, Thomas, Woodland, Hastings, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. 

1911 Grossman, Charles R., Ingleneuk, Bennett Street, Neutral Bay, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1910 Crowe, Harry J., 9 Powell Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

1886 Crump, G. Cresswell, Bucksfeep, Goombungee, Queensland. 

1909 fCRUSH, Ernest Hope, c/o Oran Oil Co., St. Aime, Oran, Algeria. 
1901 CuBiTT, Major Thomas A., R, A., D.S.O., Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 

1887 CuDDEFORD, WiLLiAM, Auditor, St. George's, Grenada. 

1901 CuLLEN, Commander Percy, C.M.G., R.N.R. 

1905 -fCuLLiNAN, Sir Thomas M.,M.L.A.,Pre»Mer Diamond Mining Co., P.O. Box US, Johannes- 

burg, Transvaal. 
1884 fCuLMER, Hon. James William, M.E.C, Nassau, BaJmmas. 
1903 Cumberland, F. Barlow, Dunain, Pent Hope, Ontario, Canada. 

1911 fCuMMiNG, Charles Wentworth, Club de Residentes Extranjeros, Buenos Aires, Argentine 

Republic. 

1895 CuNDALL, Frank, F.S.A., Institute of Jamaica, Kingston, Jamaica {Corresponding Secretary). 

1902 CuNDHiL, Thomas J., Windsorton, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1896 CuNLiFFE, Wm. G., c/o A. S. Flemmer, Esq., Nakuru, British East Africa. 

1892 Cunningham, A. Jackson, Lanyon, Queanbeyan, New South Wales. 

1906 Cunningham, J. R. Balfour, Durban, Natal. 

1895 fCuRRiE, Oswald J., M.B., M.R.C.S.E., Allandale, Claremont, Cape Province, South Africa- 

1903 ' t^UR^i^' Richard, P.O. Box 614, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

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1896 t*^^^!!^!^' Walter, P.O. Box 220, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. * 



1904 Curry, Robert H., M.H.A., Nassau, Bahamas. 

1910 CxTRTis, Lionel G., Moot House, Prospect Terrace, Park Town, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1911 Cfrwen-Read, Thomas, Cuiiapiru, Department Rivera, Uruguay. 
1911 fCuTHBERT, Wm. Mitchell, Plein Street, Cape Town, South Africa. .^ 

Cttthbert, Hon. Sydney, M.L.C, Belize, British Honduras. M 



1903 



1908 Dabell, Charles, Post Asperonskaya, Maikop, Russia. 

1908 Dabell, Harold, Department of Mines, Giza (Mudiria), Egypt. 
1905 Dain, C. K., Assistant Treasurer, Entebbe, Uganda. 

1902 Dainton, Arthur E., Public Works Department, Maritzburg, Natal. 
1910 Dale, Andrew, District Commissioner, Nainivala, Northern Rhodesia. 

1909 Dales, Lieut. -Colonel Hartley, Pietersburg, Transvaal. 
1904 Dalgety, David, Corryong, Victoria. 

1910 Dalrymple, Joseph, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Proprietary Mines, Penhalonga, Rhodesia. 
1890 ^JyAURYMW^, Thosias, East London, South Africa. 

1879 Dalton, E. H. Goring. 

1910 Dalton, Llewellyn C, Registrar, Supreme Court, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

1910 Dane, Edward, Sungkai, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

1884 Dangar, Albert A., Baroona, Whittingham, Sydney, New Sovih Wales. 

1898 tI>ANiELS, Charles W., M.B., M.R.C.S.E. 

1910 Daniels, Joseph, 16 Hunter Street, Sydney, New Sovih Wales. 

1900 Darby, Walter G., Sandakan, British North Borneo. 

1910 tl'^i^BY, Harrie E., Bikam Estate, Sungkai, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

1895 fDARBYSHiRE, BENJAMIN H., Barristcr-at-Law, Weld Club, Perth, Western Australia 

{Corresponding Secretary). 
1908 Dabbyshtre, Douglas E., M.B., M.R.C.S., Leake Street, Gottesloe, Western Australia. 

1911 t^ARE, James, Southern Nigeria Regiment, Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 

1903 Darling, John, M.P., 64 Kent Terrace, Norwood, Adelaide, South Australia. 
1902 fl^-^BJ^OT, Leonard H., Perth, Western Australia. 

1911 Darter, George B. S., M.B., M.R.C.S.E., Victoria West, Cape Province, South Africa. 
1902 Daubney, Horace, P.O., Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 

1908 Daunt, L. C, Hahaipatha Tea Estate, Mai P.O., vid Jalpaiguri, India. 

1904 Davenport, Howard, Adelaide Club, South Australia. 

1902 Davenport, James E., P.O. Box 155, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

1905 Davey, Arnold E., Currie Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 
1887 fDAVEY, Thomas J., 17 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1906 Davey, Tom H., Currie Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1911 David, Professor Tannatt W. E., B.A., F.R.S., Woodford, Blue Mountains, New South 

Wales. 
1911 Davidson, Ven. Archdeacon James, Pembroke Rectory, Bermuda. 
1911 Davidson, John, M.A., " Rangoon Gazette," Rangoon, Burma. 
1902 fDAViDSON, A. A., A.I.M.M., F.G.S., Manwa Gold Mines, vid Axim, Gold Coast Colony. 

1909 -fDAViDSON, Robert, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1910 I Davidson, Robert, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. 

1886 { fDAViDSON, H.E., W. E. ,C'M.G., Government House,Mahe,Seychelles (Corresponding Secretary). 

1911 I Davidson-Houston, Lieut. -Colonel W. B., C.M.G., Montserrat, West Indies. 

1898 ^ Davies, Hon. Charles E., M.L.C, Hobart, Tasmania. 

1899 I Davies, Clement, P.O. Box 155, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1889 ' Davies, Lieut. -Colonel Hon. Sib John G., K.C.M.G., M.H.A., Hohart, Tasmania. 

1899 fDAViES, Lbama Robert. 

1886 fDAViES, Sir JIatthew H., 436 Chancery Lane, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1886 fDAViES, jNLiURiCE C, J. P., Commercial Bank Chambers, St. George's Terrace, Perth, Western 

Australia. 
1897 t^AViES, Walter Karri, P.O. Box 2040, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1906 Davies, William H., College House, Colombo, Ceylo7i. 



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Election. 

1910 I Da VIES, Wm. A. Noel, Assistant District Commissioner, Sierra Leone. 

1910 j Davis, Alexander, " Leader " Office, Nairobi, British East Africa (Corresponding Secretary). 

1911 '< Davis, Benjamin S., Lamberts, St. Kitls, West Indies. 

1904 Davis, Charles, P.O. Box 421, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1908 Davis, Charles G. H., Audit Office, Georgetown, British Guiana. 
1911 ' fDAVis, Malcolm E., 711 1st Street West, Calgary, Canada. 
1907 Davis, Moss, Princes Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1873 fDAVis, N. Darnell, C.M.G. 

1875 fDAVis, P., " Natal Witness " Office, 244 Longmarket Street, Maritzhurg, Natal. 

1902 Davis, Steuart Spencer, The Treasury, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

1911 Davis, Thomas, Messrs. McLean iSh Co., 77 Exchange Buildings, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
1911 j Davison, Thomas H., Grootfontein, Gwelo P.O., Rhodesia. 

1907 Davy, Joseph Bttrtt, F.L.S., F.R.G.S., Department of Agriculture, P.O. Box 434, Pretoria* 
Transvaal. 

1905 Dawe, John Grosvenor, Sassandra, Trepoint Bar, Ivory Coast. 
1907 Dawes, Richard C. Hope, Gawler, South Australia. 

1889 Dawes, Richard St. Mark, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., Gawler, South Australia. 

1897 Dawson, Alex. W. 

1910 Dawson, Frederic J., M.Inst.C.E., Public Works Department, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1909 Dawson, R. H. Massy, P.O., Que-Que, Rhodesia. 
1907 Dawson, Wm. Alison, Geraldine, New Zealand. 
1893 fl^^^soN, Walter H., Moulmein, Burma. 

1904 fDAY, George Bert, Resident Engineer's Office, Government Railways, Famagusta, Cyprus, 
1882 Day, William Henry, Queensland Club, Brisbane, Queensland. 

1910 Deacon, Arthur J. E., Government Railway, Jebba, Northern Nigeria. 

1907 Deakin, Hon. Alfred, M.P., 20 Walsh Street, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1907 Dean, Wm. Markham, Port Stephens, Falkland Islands. 

1905 Deans, John, Riccarton, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

1905 t^E Boissiere, Raotjl F., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Government Medical Officer, Suva, Fiji. 

1910 Deck, G. H. Baring, M.B.C.M., 112 Darlinghurst Road, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1911 De Freitas, Hon. D. S., M.L.C, Dugaldstone, Gouave, Grenada, West Indies. 
1897 De Hamel, Major H. Barry, Police Department, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

1908 De Haviland, Captain Thomas L., S erg eant-at- Arms, House of Assembly, Cape Town, 

South Africa. 

1910 De Lacy, AV. E. Fenn, Mombasa, British East Africa. 

1911 fDE LA MoTHE, Hon. J. T., M.L.C, Grenville, Grenada, West Indies. 

1897 fDE Lautoitr, Brigade-Surgeon Lieut.-Colonel Harry A., M.R.C.S., Reed Street, 

Oamaru, New Zealand. 
1908 De Lemos, William, J. P., Rangbodde Estate, Ramboda, Ceylon. 

1903 De Lissa, Osborne L. 

1895 Deloado, Benjamin L., Kingston, Jamaica. 

1874 Denison, Colonel George T., Eeydon Villa, Toronto, Canada. 

1910 Denman, Robert, M.R.C.S.E., Medical and Health Department, Port Louis, Mauritius. 

1904 Dennett, R. E., Forests Department, Benin City, Southern Nigeria. 

1910 Dennis, John S., C.E., Canadian Pacific Railway, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 

1910 Denniston, Hon. Mr. Justice John E., Christchurch, New Zealand. 

1889 fDENNY, F. W. Ramsay, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1906 Denny, George A., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1906 Denny, Harry S., 50 Quirk Edificio, 1 Gante, Mexico. 

1911 Dent, R. B. (Lieut. 3rd Q.A.O. Gurkhas), Almora, U.P., India. 

1905 Dent, R. Court, J. P., Messrs. Dreyfus tfc Co., Ltd., East London, South Africa. 

1890 Denton, Sir George C, K.C.M.G. 

1906 fl^ENTON, Henry, P.O. Box 4290, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1881 De Pass, Elliot A., F.R.G.S., Port Royal Street, Kingston, Jamaica. 
1881 De Pass, John, Kimberley, South Africa. 

1907 Derry, B. Graham, P.O. Box 6, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

1907 J Deeey, Francis H., Chesa, Umvuma, Gwelo, Rhodesia. 



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1887 

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Descroizilles, Feedbric v. 

De Silva, Charles P., Carlton House, Moratuwa, Ceylon. 

De Suva, Wilmot A., J.P., Darley Gardens, Colombo, Ceylon. 

De Smidt, William C. J., P.O. Box 713, Cape Town, South Africa. 

De Sousa, a. J., Georgetown, British Guiana. 

fDE St. Romaine, Richmond E., M.R.C.S.E., Surinam, Dutch Guiana. 

fDE SouzA, A. J., Manila, Philippine Islands. 

De Soysa, Mudaliyar J. W. Charles, M.A., J.P., Alfred House, Colombo, Ceylon. 

Devenish, Charles E., Rand Club, Joliannesburg, Transvaal. 

De Villiers, J. Smuts, Attm-ney-at-Law, Paarl, South Africa. 

De Villiers, Isaac Horak. 

De Villiers, Jacobus P., P.O. Box 24, Lower Paarl, Cape Province, South Africa. 

De Villiers, Right Hon. Lord, K.C.M.G., Chief Justice, Wynberg House, Wynberg, South 
Africa. 

fDEWAR, William, P.O. Box 309, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

De Witt, Anthony M., Whitehall Chambers, Cape Town, South Africa. 

DiAS, Felix Reginald, M.A., LL.M., Frazer Lodge, Kandy, Ceylon. 

fDiBBS, Thomas A., Commercial Banking Co., 347 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Dick, Godfrey W., Dept. of Immigration, Durban, Natal. 

DiCKiNS, Alfred, Derby Farm, Nottingham Road, Natal. 

Dickinson, Francis M., Broken Hill Proprietary Co., Melbourne, Victoria. 

Dickinson, Harry O., P.O. Box 18, Burghersdorp, Cape Province, South Africa. 

Dickson, Alexander, Mbabane, Swaziland, South Africa. 

Dickson, Captain J. Quayle, D.S.O., Ocean Island, Gilbert Islands. 

Dickson, Ernest, F.G.S., Asbestos, Victoria, Rhodesia. 

Dickson, George, Bank of Mauritius, Port Louis, Mauritius {Corresponding Secretary). 

f Dickson, R. Casimir, 1872 Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

fDiCKSON, William Samuel, Fauresmith, Orange Free State. 

DiDiER, S. F., Roseau, Dominica, West Indies. 

Diespecker, Captain Rudolph, 331 Douglas Street, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

DiGBY- Jones, C. K., cjo Jumbo G. M. Co., Mazoe, Rhodesia. 

Dill, Thomas M., M.C.P., Devonshire, Bermuda. 

Dillon, J. F. Kenny, J.P., F.R.G.S., Makangwa, via Lealui, Northern Rhodesia. 

DiNGLi, Adrian, LL.D., 3 Strada Fovin, Valetta, Malta. 

DiNNEEN, W. T., I poll, Pcrak, Federated Malay States. 

DiNNiCK, Augustus G. C, St. Clair Avenue, Deer Park, Toronto, Canada. 

DiSHiNGTON, David, British Concession, Chinde, Portuguese East Africa. 

DiSHMAN, Arthur J., Inspector of Mines, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

DiSTiN, Cyril W., Bowden Hall, Middelburg, Cape Prom7ice, South Africa. 

Dixon, James Dickson, J. P., Suva, Fiji. 

Dixon, Thomas F., Messrs. Eraser di Neave, Bangkok, Siam. 

fDixsoN, Robert Craig, 100 Strand, Sydney, New South Wales. 

DoBSON, Senator Hon. Henry, Hobart, Tasmania. 

Docker, His Honour Judge Ernest B., Eltham, EdgecUff Road, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Docker, Thomas L., Commercial Bank of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Docker, Wilfrid L., Nyrambla, Darlinghurst Road, Sydney, New South Wales {Corre- 
sponding Secretary). 

Dodwell, Malby C, Apollo, Neutral Bay, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Dollar, Edward, c/o Standard Bank of S.A., Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

DoLLEY, Hon. John F., Blenheim House, Uitenhage, Cape Province, South Africa. 

Domville, Lieut. -Colonel Senator Hon. James, Rothesay, New Brunswick, Canada. 

DOMVILLE, Captain Jamks W., St. James's Club, Montreal, Canada. 

Donald, James C, 637 Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

Donald, Walter M., The Treasury, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

Donaldson, John S., P.O. Box 1075, Joliannesburg, Transvaal. 

DoNEY, L. Watts, Grande Boulevarde, North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

DONNELLAN, BeNJAMIN J. 



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Donnelly, GEORCiE P., Cri.sso(je, Ngalaraim, Uawke-s Bay, New Zealand. 

tDoNOVAN, John J., K.C., M.A., LL.D., Australian Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

DoRNiNG, Edward S., c/o Pickering & BertJwud, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

Douglas, Eric, Kapiri, Katanga, Northern Rhodesia (via Gape Town). 

Douglas, James, P.O. Box 111, Cape Town, South Africa. 

fDouGLAS, Jambs, LL.D., 99 John Street, New York, U.S.A. 

Douglas, James Archibald, M.A. 

Douglas, John C, 195 Calle San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

Douglas, Loudon M., F.R.S.E., Agricultural Department, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

Douglas, Robert H., " Star " Oflice, P.O. Box 1014, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Douglass, Edward Wingfield, Crown Prosecutor, High Court, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Douglass, James H., Albany Club, Grahamstown, South Africa. 

Douglass, W. J., Stipendiary Magistrate, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

Dove, Frederick W., The Dovecot, Freetoivn, Sierra Leone. 

Dove- Wilson, Hon. Mr. Justice John C, Maritzburg, Natal. 

Down, N. B., Block A Mines, Prcstea, Gold Coast Colony. 

Downer, Alfred Wm., Tarkwa, Gold Coast Colony. 

Downer, Clarence H., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Georgetown, British Guiana. 

Downer, Ven. Archdeacon George W., The Rectory, Kingston, Jamaica. 

Downer, Hon. John, M.C.P., New Amsterdam, British Guiana. 

Downer, Hon. Sir John W., K.C., K.C.M.G., Adelaide, South Australia. 

DowNTON, Arthur M., Felixstowe, Maywood P.O., Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

Dowse, Thomas A., M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., Commissioner, Caicos Islands, West Indies. 

fDowsETT, Charles, c/o Messrs. Attivell <fc Co., St. George's Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

fDoYLE, Captain J. J., s.s. " Lagoon,'' Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

f Doyle, James Henry, Invermein, Scone, New South Wales. 

fDRADER, H. F., Ploesti, Roumania. 

Drewry, Frederick W., Winnipeg, Canada. 

fDROUGHT, F. A., Transcontinental Railway, Ottaiva, Canada. 

Drought, James J., F.C.S., A.I.M.M., Nandi, British East Africa. 

Drummond, Arthur D., Western Club, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

Drummond, George E., 28 Victoria Square, Montreal, Canada. 

fDRUMMOND, Lieut. -Colonel Charles H., V.D., Brooklands, Belmont, Brisbane, Queensland. 

Dry, William J. S., Westholme, B.C., Canada. 

fDRYSDALE, John Monteith, M.A., Calle Florida 11, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

Dudley, Cecil. 

Duff, James Erskine, 12 Timber Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

Duff, Robert. 

Duffield, Professor Walter Geoffrey, B.A., D.Sc, Glenelg, South Australia. 

Duffin, Bruce Wm. 

DuiRS, David P., M.D., P.O. Box 610, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

DuKA, Captain A. T., D.S.O., M.A., M.R.C.S.E. 

fDuLY, Captain Charles, D.S.O., P.O. Box 131, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

fDuMAT, Frank Campbell, Barrister -at- Law, P.O. Box 370, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Dun, Maung Ne, E.A.C, Eastern Subdivisional Magistrate, Rangoon, Burma. 

Duncan, Alister, Imperial Maritime Customs, Swatow, China. 

fDuNCAN, Andrew H. F., Bulaivayo, Rhodesia. 

fDuNCAN, Edward, J. P., Labasa, Macnata, Fiji. 

Duncan, James, Ury Estate, Badulla, Ceylon. 

fDuNCAN, James Denoon, Attorney-at-Law, Kimberley, South Africa. 

tDuNCAN, John, Messrs. Levin ds Co., Ltd., Wellington, New Zealand. 

fDuNCAN, John, The Grove, Picton, New Zealand. 

fDuNCAN, Hon. John J., M.L.C., Hughes Park, Watervale, South Australia. 

fDuNCAN, Patrick, C.M.G., M.L.A., 17 Sauers Buildings, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Duncan, Russell J., Panekiri, Napier, New Zealand. 

fDuNCOMBE, H. F., District Commissioner, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

DuNCOMBE, Walter Kelsall, Collector of Customs, Lagos, Southern Nigeria, 



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Dtjwlop, J. M. M., LL.D., District Commissioner, Lagos, Soidhern Nigeria. 

DuNLOP, John Sym, AshenJmrst, Burwood, Sydney, New South Wales. 

f Dttnxop, William, National Bank of South Africa, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Dthts, Thomas S., Naivasha, British East Africa. 

DupiGNY, E. G. MoESON, Resident, Kano, Northern Nigeria. 

DupONT, Majok C. T., Stadacona, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

DtTRiKG, Abraham A., Paarl, Cape Province, South Africa. 

Dttrman, Leonard, Sassare Mine, Northern Rhodesia. 

DxJKKANT, Hon. F. C. Wells, M.A., K.C., Attorney-General, Nassau, Bahamas. 

DuTHiE, George, Director of Education, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

Button, Henry, Anlaby, Kapunda, South Australia. 

DwYER, Feargus, Baro, Northern Nigeria. 

Dwyer, Frederick L., B.A., A.M.Inst.C.E., Civil Service Club, Cape Town, South 

Africa. 
Dyett, Hon. Wm. C. L., M.L.C, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 
Dyke, James E., 59 Carlton Street, Toronto, Canada. 
Dykes, Arthur J., Railway Department, Port Louis, Mauritius. 
Dykes, F. J. B., Warden of Mines, Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay States. 



1904 Eaglesome, John, C.M.G., Public Works Department, Lokoja, Northern Nigeria. 

1894 Eaket, J. W., M.D., Government Medical Officer, 12 Victoria Avenue, Port of Spain, 

Trinidad. 
1884 -fEALES, William John, Hyde Park, Madras, India. 

1899 Eardley-Wilmot, S., Launceston, Tasmania. 

1905 j Earle, Percy M., L.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Fort Canje, Berbice, British Guiana. 
1897 I Earle, Robert C, M.R.C.S.E., L.S.A., Wanganui, New Zealand. 

1908 Earnshaw, Hon. Mr. Justice Albert, M.A., Georgetown, British Guiana. 

1903 Earp, Hon. George F., M.L.C, Newcastle, New South Wales [Corresponding Secretary). 
1901 Easterbrook, Arthur D., Fort Johnston, Nyasaland. 

1911 Easton, Herbert A., British Immigration League, 14 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, New South 

Wales. 
1911 Eaton, George T., Challis House, Market Place, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1895 Eastwood, Philip B., Holfontein, P.O. Brittan, Christiana, Transvaal; and Rand Club, 

Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1908 Ebbels, Wm. Phillips, Beait Sejour Estate, Mapou, Mauritius. 

1889 t^BERT, Ernest, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1909 Eberts, Hon. David M., K.C., M.L.A., P.O. Box 569, Victoria, B.C., Canada {Corre- 

sponding Secretary). 

1890 t^i^GSON, Arthur B., c[o Stock Exchange, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1905 fEDiNGTON, Thomas D., Premier Diamond Mining Co., P.O. Box 148, Johannesburg, 
Transvaal. 

1900 Edmondson, Cressy S. 

1911 Edwardes, Roy des A., P.O. Box 1, KnighU, Transvaal. 

1911 Edwards, Clarence, Weetah, Springdale Road, Killara, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1890 Edwards, David R., M.D., cjo Australian Mutual Provident Society, Sydney, New 

South Wales. 
1899 Edwards, Frederic G. H., M.D., Florida Road, Durban, Natal. 
1897 Edwards, G. Baker, 17 York Buildings, Rissik Street, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1876 t^D'^-*^^^' Herbert, Oamaru, New Zealand. 

1908 Edwards, John, Rosslands, P.O. Henning Station, Cape Province, South Africa. 
1905 fEowARDS, John Tenison, Telok Bukan Estate, Darvel Bay, British North Borneo. 
1911 Edwards, Leslie T., Munderoo West, Wolseley Park, Wagga, New South Wales. 
1886 Edwards, Nathaniel W., Nelson, New Zealand. 

1904 ^Edwards, W. Moorcroft, P.O. Box 37, Krugersdorp, Transvaal. 

1874 JEdwards, Hon. W. T. A., C.M.G., M.D., Chambly Villa, Curepipe Road, Mauritius. 
1883 Egebton, H.E., Sir Walter, K.C.M.G., Government House, Georgetown, British Guiana. 



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1897 Ehehardt, Hon. Albert F., K.C, Attorney-General, Suva, Fiji. 

1911 Elder, Irvine G. M., Elgin Plantation, Grabouw P.O., Cape Province, South Africa. 

1907 Elgar, Charles, Featherston, New Zealand. 

1907 Eliot, Edward Carlyon, Warden, Tohago, WeM Indies. 

1910 fELLACOMBE, GILBERT W., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. 

1908 Ellard, John Brandon, Police Department, Nairobi, British East Africa. 

1911 Elliot, William, Mount Eden, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1911 Ellis, John H., Kuduakarnam Estate, Peermaad, Southern India. 

1905 t^LLis, Henry Reginald, M.B., M.R.C.S., Government Medical Officer, Lagos, Southern 
Nigeria. 

Ellis, Joseph Patrick, Elizabethville, Belgian Congo. 

Ellison, Charles, Tp, Puna, Havelock North, New Zealand. 

Elmslie, Christopher Tatham, 39 Norwich Chambers, Hunter Street, Sydney, New South 
Wales. 

Elyard, Frederick J., Messrs. Blyth Bros. & Co., Port Louis, Maxiritius. 

Emanuel, Isidore S., Lower Liveringa Station, Derby, Western Australia. 

Embling, James, cfo Bank of New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand. 

Emerson, Hon. Charles H., K.C, M.E.C., St. John's, Neufoundland. 

fENGELKEN, Emil William, Kimberley Club, South Africa. 

fENGLiSH, Thomas Rowe, De Beers Consolidated Mines, Kimberley, South Africa. 

Ennis, His Honoitr Judge George F. N., Entebbe, Uganda. 

fENTRiCAN, A. J., 36 Cicsto7ns Street, Aucklarul, New Zealand. 

Ernst, James B., Juan Vinas, Costa Rica. 

EsroTT, H.E., Sir E. Bickham Sweet, K.C.M.G., Government Hotise, Suva, Fiji. 

EsPEUT, Claude V., Public Works Department, Entebbe, Uganda. 

Espeut, Reginald Wm., C.E., Government Railway, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

fEssERY, Edwin, J. P., Riet Valley, Umhlali, vid Durban, Natal. 

fEssiEN, Albert Duke, Cape Coast, Gold Coast Colony. 

EsuMAN-GwiRA, John Buckman, Kumassi, Gold Coast Colony. 

Etlinger, Thomas E., C.E. 

Evans, Edwin T., cjo T. Cook <& Son, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Evans, Francis S., c/o Guthrie d! Co., Singapore. 

Evans, Fbanklyn S., Btdawayo Club, Bidaivayo, Rhodesia. 

Evans, Hon. Sir Frederick, K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., Colonial Secretary, Gibraltar. 

Evans, H. Pollman, Union Life Building, Toronto, Canada. 

Evans, J. Emrys, C.M.G., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Evans, John, B.A., M.D., Alexandria, vid Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Evans, Lewis, St. Winifreds, Nottingham Road, Natal. 

fEvANS, Maurice S., C.M.G., J. P., Hill Crest, Berea Bridge, Durban, Natal. 

Evans, Samuel, 79 Ntigget Street, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Evans, Walter Bowen. 

Evans, William Gwynne, P.O. Box 558, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Evans, Wm. Sanford, 326 Grain Exchange, Winnipeg, Canada. 

fEvERSFiELD, Captain George A., cfo Post Office, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 

fEvES, Captain Hubert E., J.P., Arntully, Cedar Valley P.O., Jamaica. 

Eves, H. B. Heath, cfo Finlay, Fleming <& Co., P.O. Box 181, Rangoon, Burma. 

Ewart, John Hamilton, 18 Wellington Street East, Toronto, Canada. 

Ewart, John Skirving, K.C, Molson's Bank Chambers, Ottawa, Canada. 

Ewbank, Wm. Withers, M.R.C.S.E., L.S.A., Ludstone Chambers, 352 Collins Street, Mel- 
bourne, Victoria. 

fEwENS, Creasy, 36 Queen's Road, Hong Kong. 

fEwiNQ, Wm. Leckie, F.R.G.S., Private Bag, Umtali, Rhodesia. 



Fadelle, Edward, C.E., cjo Hume Hermanos, Calle Lavalle 472, Buenos Aires, Argentine 

Republic. 
Fair, Charles H., Police Department, Kasempa, Northern Rhodesia. 



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Faibbaien, George, M.P., cfo Union Mortgage and Agency Company, William Street, 

Melbourne, Victoria. 
Fairbairn, Thomas, Immigration Department, Oeorgetown, British Guiana. 
Faiebeidge, Kingsley, Perth, Western Australia. 
Fairbeidge, William E., Argus Printing and Publishing Co., P.O. Box 1014, JoJuinnesburg, 

Transvaal. 
Fairfax, Geoffrey E., Barrister-at-Law, Elaine, New South Road, Woollahra, Sydney, New 

South Wales. 
tFAiRFAX, James Oswald, Koorali, Wolseley Road, Point Piper, Sydney, New Sovih Wales. 
Fairfax, Sie James R., Sydney, New South Wales. 
Faielie, Alexandee, Haslemere, Turret Road, Colombo, Ceylon. 
•j-Faithfull, Robert L., M.D., 5 Lyons Terrace, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Falck, Anosi, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 
Farmer, P. Patterson, 146 Peter Street, Toronto, Canada. 
Farnell, Frank, J. P., 5 Bligh Street, Sydney, Neio South Wales. 

fFARQiTHAESON, Aethur W., c/o Atlantic Fruit and S.S. Co., 11 Broadway, New York, U.S.A. 
fFARQUHAESON, JoHN C, J. P., Garland Grove, Mont ego Bay, Jamaica. 
Faee, Professor C. Coleridge, D.Sc, Canterbury College, Christchurch, New Zealand. 
Faeeell, Ulick a. R., Public Works Department, Hong Kong. 
Farrer, William E., Native Commissioner, Belingue, Rlwdesia. 
fFAULKNER, Frederick C, M.A., The High School, Perth, Western Australia. 
Faulkner, George A., Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Fawcett, James Hart, cIo Messrs. Bewick, Moreiivj d: Co-, Equitable Buildings, Collins 

Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Fawcus, Captain Wm. S., s/s Sappho, cjo Straits Steamship Co., Singapore. 
Fawns, Sydney. 

Feetham, Richard, Crown Prosecutor, Mbabane, Swaziland, South Africa. 
Fell, David, M.L.A., Equitable Buildings, George Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
f Fell, W. Scott, Kilcreggan, Mosman, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Felton, Aethue E., Clifton Station, West Falklands, Falkland Islands. 
Fenelon, John J., Barrister-at-Law, P.O. Box 1175, St. John's, Neufoundland. 
fFEEGTTS, Hon. Thomas, 47 Royal Terrace, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
fFEEGTJSON, Alan C. W., B.A. (Cantab.), Naseby Estate, Nuwara Elliya, Ceylon. 
Feeguson, Aethub. D., British Guiana Bank, Georgetown, British Guiana. 
Feeguson, H. Lindo, M.D., F.R.C.S.L, 77 Stuart Street., Dunedin, New Zealand. 
fFEBGUSON, James E. A., M.B., CM., Georgetoivn, British Guiana. 
Ferguson, James Festlay", P.O. Box 22, Durban, Natal. 
•fFEEGUSON, James, P.O. Box 98, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

■j-Feeguson, John, C.M.G., Naseby House, Nuwara Elliya, Ceylon (Corresponding Secretary)^ 
Ferguson, Kenneth, Native Police, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. 
fFERGUsoN, Ronald H., B.A. (Lond.), Calton Lodge, Colombo, Ceylon. 
Fernando, H. Marcus, M.D., B.Sc, General Civil Hospital, Colombo, Ceylon. 
fFEEEEiRA, Antonio F. 
Festing, Major Arthur H., C.M.G., D.S.O., Provincial Commissioner, Tamale, Northern 

Territories, Gold Coast Colony. 
Fetherstonaugh, Frederick B., K.C, 10 King Street East, Toronto, Canada. 
Fetherstonhaugh, Cuthbert, Summerland, Okanagan Valley, B.C., Canada. 
fFiELD, A. Percy, P.O. Box 154, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Field, Thomas, San Remo, Lower Symonds Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 
Fielding, Harold, British Cotton-Growing Association, Marzabuka, via Livingstone, Northern 

Rhodesia. 
fFiELDiNG, Hon. William S., Ottawa, Canada. 
Fife, Geoege R. 
Filmee, Harry J., P.O. Box 1409, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fFlNAUGHTY, H. J. 

Finch, Barnard, Masonic Hotel, Durban, Natal. 

Finch, Geoege G., Lai Bagh, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State, 



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FiNLAYSON, J. Harvey, c/o "Register,''^ Adelaide, South Aiistralia. 

FiNLAYSON, LiEUT.-CoLONEL RoBERT A., C.M.G., KimbefUy, Soidh Africa. 

fFiNNiE, J. p., Lai Bagh, Gwelo, Rhodesia. 

FiRMiN, Cecil H., Government Railway, Bo, Sierra Leone. 

fFiRMiNGER, Rev. Walter K., B.D., M.A., c/o Messrs. Grindlay dh Co., Calcutta. 

Firth, Archibald K., Christchurch, New Zealand. 

Fisher, Hon. Sydney A., Ottawa, Canada. 

Fisher, John Meadows, 39 Stock Exchange, Johanneshxirg, Transvaal. 

fFiSHER, Norman R., B.Sc, M.E., Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. 

Fisher, Thomas R., Standard Insurance Co., Dunedin, New Zealand. 

•j-FiSKEN, John Inglis, Corrabert, Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria. 

Fitchett, Rev. Wm. H., LL.D., Barkers Road, Kew, Melbourne, Victoria. 

FitzGerald, George L., C.E., The Foliage, San Fernando, Trinidad. 

FitzGerald, O'Connell, Crane House, Bridgetoiun, Barbados. 

Fitzpatrick, George, Barrister-at-Law, San Fernaiido, Trinidad. 

fFiTzPATRiCK, Sir J. Percy, K.C.M.G., M.L.A., P.O. Box 149, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

FitzRandolph, Robert, Fredericton, Neio Brunswick, Canada {Corresponding Secretary). 

fFLACK, Joseph H., 9 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

Flatau, Alfred, Akuse, Gold Coast Colony. 

•j-Flegeltaub, Walter, Challis House, Martin Place, Sydney, New South Wales. 

fFLEiscHACK, Albert R., P.O. Box 64, Patch ef sir oom, Transvaal. 

Fleischer, Henry C., Registrar of Mining Titles, P.O. Box 1132, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Fleming, Charles D., J.P., Mining Commissioner, Gwelo, Rhodesia {Corresponding 

Secretary). 
Fleming, John M., Great Diamond Estate, British Guiana. 
fFLEMiNG, Richard, P.O. Box 393, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Fleming, Sir Sandford, K.C.M.G., Ottaiva, Canada {Corresponding Secretary). 
Fleming, Thomas, Good Hope, Boston, Natal. 
Fletcher, Franklyn H. 

Fletcher, William, P.O. Box 670, Cape Town, South Africa. 

fFLETCHER, WILLL4M, Langford, Walcha, Netv South Wales. 

fFLETCHEB, Wm. Horton. 

Fletcher, W. Morris, Saltoun, Dominica. 

■fFLiNT, Captain Wm. Raffles, Sandakan, British North Borneo. 

Flood, Edward H. S., Canadiayi Trade Commissioner, Bridgetoivn, Barbados. 

fFoRBES, Capt. David, D.S.O., Swazi Coal Mines, Athole, Swaziland, South Africa. 

fFoRBES, Fredk. William, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Forbes, Gordon S. Drummond, M.L.C, C.M.G., B.S.O., Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

fFoRBES, Henry, Pmi Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Ford, James W., Edgewood, Arrow Lakes, B.C., Canada. 

Ford, Joseph C, 117 Duke Street, Kingston, Jamaica. 

fFoRDE, Robert M., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Principal Medical Officer, Freetown, Sierra Leone 
{Corresponding Secretary). 

fFoREMAN, Joseph, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 215 Macquarie Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

FoRiN, His Honour Judge J. A., Nelson, B.C., Canada. 

FoRNO, LuiGi G., 45, Strada Zaccaria, Valetta, Malta. 

fFoRREST, Right Hon. Sir John, G.C.M.G., M.P., Perth, Western Australia. 

FoRSTER, Julius J. 

Forsyth, William T., P.O. Box 1724, Cape Town, South Africa. 

FoRTUNO, Joseph. 

FoRWOOD, Walter W., J.P., Hindley Street West, Adelaide, South Aicstralia. 

Foster, Donald F., c/o Cherokee Goldfields, La Ceniza, via Parral, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

Foster, Edgar W., Forestry Department, Benin City, Southern Nigeria. 

fFosTER, Frank, Western Railway, Estacion Once, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

Foster, Maurice K., Rantau, Negri Sembilan, Federated Malay States. 

Foster, Wm. Melville, M.A., B.C.L. 

FoxjLQER, HowsoN R., CMgwell, Alberta, Canada. 



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Election. 

1910 FouLKES, Captain J. Foetesque, Military District 11, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

1909 Fowler, Frank, Commissioner of Lands and Mines, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

1909 Fox, Frank. 

1903 Fox, George, M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., Gordon Street, Suva, Fiji [Corresponding Secretary). 

1906 Fox, John, G.P.O., Colombo, Ceylon. 

1904 t^ox-DECENT, Thomas, 354 Main Street, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1898 fFoxoN, Lieut. -Colonel Frank E., V.D., Resident Magistrate, Estcourt, Natal. 

1893 Frames, Percival Ross, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1910 France, Henry D., Customs Department, Victoriabo7-g, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

1905 Francis, Percy J., Union-Castle S.S. Co., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 
1892 Frankland, Frederick W., Okataina, Foxton, New Zealand. 

1895 Franks, Godfrey F., M.A., Queen's College, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

1911 Fraser, a. S., Customs Department, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
1886 Fraser, Charles A., Commandant of Police, Nassau, Bahamas. 

1903 t^^B^SER, Senator Hon. Sir John George, P.O. Box 250, Bloemfontein , Orange Free 

State. 

1898 fFRASER, Joseph, Pitakande Estate, Matale, Ceylon. 

1895 Fraser, Malcolm A. C, Registrar-General, Perth, Western Axistralia. 

1907 Fraser, Wm. King, Resident, Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 
1900 Fredericks, J. Harold, Cape Palmas, Liberia. 

1907 Fredericks, Maurice, Bank of British West Africa, Bathurst, Gambia. 

1906 fFREMANTLE, JoHN MoRTON, Government House, Ottawa, Canada. 

1912 French, Thomas, cjo Messrs. Bewick, Moreing db Co., Mandalay, Burma. 
1902 Frerb, Captain Allan Gray, cIo C. Brown, Villupuram, Southern India. 
1910 Frere, Eric Gray, Kokanee Creek, Lake Kootenay, B.C., Canada. 

1900 Frere, Harold Arthur, Superintendent of Prisons, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

1907 Frere, Noel Gray, Assistant District Commissioner, Kennema, Sierra Leone. 
1910 Frere, Owen G., Police Department, Hill Crest, Natal. 

1908 Frewen, Hugh Moreton, Government House, Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 

1905 Friedlander, Charles, Victoria Chambers, Burg Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 
1910 Friedman, Isaac, Corporation Buildings, Rissik Street, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1908 Frodsham, Right Rev. George H., M.A., D.D., Lord Bishop of North Queensland, Bishop's 

Lodge, Townsville, Queensland. 

1896 t^EOOD, Thomas Morton, M.D., P.O. Box 1032, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1910 Frost, Arthur W., P.O. Box 60, Pilgrim's Rest, Transvaal. 
1882 Frost, Hon. Sir John, K.C.M.G., Queenstoum, South Africa. 

1906 t^^Y, Harold A., P.O. Box 46, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1911 Fry, Hugh R., Audit Department, Suva, Fiji. 

1902 FuLFORD, Harry E., C.M.G., H.B.M. Consulate-General, Tientsin, China. 

1900 t^^^TON, Herbert Valpy, P.O. Box 84, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
1911 FuRBY, Wm. Stafford, M.I.E.E., Auckland, Neiv Zealand. 

1906 FuRLEY, John Talfourd, Colonial Secretariat, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

1910 FuRNESS, Reginald L., Salisbury Club, Rhodesia. 

1901 Fynn, Charles Gawler, Native Commissioner, Fingo Location, Rhodesia. 
1878 t^YSH, Hon. Sir Philip 0., K.C.M.G., Hobart, Tasmania. 



Gabbett, Gerald F. A., Marine Department, Lokoja, Noiihern Nigeria. 

Gabriel, E. Vivian, C.V.O., C.S.I., Foreign Office, Calcutta {Corresponding Secretary). 

Gadd, Selby Montague, J.P., Springfield P.O., Tafelberg, Cape Province, South 

Africa. 
Gage, Charles E., Guinear, Empangeni, Zululand, Natal. 
fGAiKWAD, Shrimant Sampateao K., M.R.I., M.R.A.S., c/o Shri Sayagi Library, Baroda, 

India. 
Gailey, James, Government Railway, Nairobi, British East Africa. 
Gaisford, Henry, Oringi, Napier, New Zealand. 



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1912 fGALBBAiTH, AtJGUSTUS Wm. de R., Director of Public Works, Zanzibar {Corresponding 

Secretary). 
Gallagher, Patrick F., Oovernment Railway, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
Galletly, Archibald J. C, Bank of Montreal, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 
fGALLEWSKi, Mattbice, Stock Exchange, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
fGALPiN, George Luck, M.D., F.R.C.S., Cradock Place, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 
fGALWAY, H.E., Liettt.-Colonel Sir Henry L., K.C.M.G., D.S.O., Oovernment Houses 

Bathurst, Gambia. 
Gamble, Oswald, Police Force, Nairobi, British East Africa. 
Garden, James F., Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

Gardiner, William F., 347 Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
fGARLicK, John, P.O. Box 63, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Garnett, George Russell, Georgetown, British Guiana. 
Garnbtt, Hon. George, M.E.C, Georgetown, British Guiana. 
Garrett, Henry B. G., Forests Department, Bangkok, Siam. 
Garrioch, Charles G., Government Hoiose, Port Moresby, Papua {vid Australia). 
Gaskin, C. p., Berbice, British Guiana. 
fGASSON, George H., Queenstown, South Africa. 
Gatland, George J., P.O. Box 278, Durban, Natal. 
Gau, Julius, P.O. Box 209, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Gault, Alexander, Suva, Fiji. 

Gavin, Norman A., c/o H.B.M. Consul, Cuidad, Bolivar, Venezuela. 
fGAY, Arnold E., The Brothers, Grenada, West Indies. 
fGAY, George Sinclair, Coronado, San Diego County, California, U.S.A. 
Geary, Alfred, Gardiner Street, Durban, Natal. 
Gee, a. H., Land and Survey Department, Entebbe, Uganda. 

Gee, George F., c/o National Bank of New Zealand, Limited, Wellington, New Zealand. 
Gemmell, Hugh B., Government Railways, Salt River, Cape Province, South Africa. 
Gemmell, John, Mashonaland Agency, Bvlawayo, Rhodesia. 
George, Arthur, Kingston, Jamaica. 
George, Edward C. S., C.I.E., G.P.O., Rangoon, Burma. 

Georgeson, George, J.P., Glenferrie, Kirribilli Point, North Sydney, New South Wales. 
Gerald, William J., I.S.O., Iiiland Revenue Department, Ottawa, Canada. 
Gibbon, Charles, Goonambil, Wattegama, Ceylon. 
Gibbon, Sir William D., Kandy, Ceylon. 

Gibbons, Lieut. -Colonel Alfred St. Hill, F.R.G.S., higwerere, Northerii Rhodesia. 
Gibbs, Isaac, New Zealand Shipping Co., Christchurch, New Zealand. 
GiBBS, Hon. Michael P., M.E.C, St. John's, Newfoundland. 
fGiBBS, John, P.O. Box 74, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
GiBLiN, Alfred, Te Aule, Haivkes Bay, New Zealand. 
fGiBLiN, John Scruby, Napier, New Zealand. 
Gibson, Harry, J. P., P.O. Box 1643, and 85 St. George's Street, Cape Town, South Africa 

{Corresponding Secretary). 
Gibson, Hope, 186 San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
Gibson, Hon. James J., M.L.C., Anglo-Ceylon Estates Co., Port Louis, Mauritius. 
GiDDEN, Thomas, Campion, Bogawantalawa, Ceylon. 
Giddy, Lennox L., Grahamstown, South Africa. 
Gideon, D. S., J.P., Port Antonio, Jamaica. 

fGiLCHRiST, Thomas B., M.D., P.O. Box 161, Fordsburg, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Gilchrist, William J., Attorney-General's Office, Georgetown, British Guiana. 
fGiLES, Edmund D., Mount Parnassus, North Canterbury, New Zealand. 
Giles, Hew O'Halloran, Adelaide, South Australia. 

Giles, Thomas O'Halloran, M.A., LL.B., 23 Cowra Chambers, Grenfell Street, Adelaide, 
I South Australia. 

1903 i GiLFiLLAN, Alexander, B.Sc, P.O. Box 755, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. 

1904 tGiLFiLLAN, Douglas F., P.O. Box 1397, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1903 i GiLFiLLAN, Edward T., Conway P.O., Middetburg, Cape Province, South Africa. 



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1908 [ tGiLFiLLAN, William H., Surveyor-General, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
1911 GiLFOY, W. M., The Milling Co., Calgary, Canada. 

1909 Gillespie, John Wm., Bathurst Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1891 fGiLLESPiE, Robert K., J.P., 74 Princess Street, Keiv, Victoria. 

1910 Gillies, John, H.B.M. Consul, Barranquilla, Colombia. 
1902 GiLLOTT, Aethur G. M., Casilla 385, San Jose, Costa Rica. 

1892 GiLLOTT, Hon. Sir Samuel, 9 Brunswick Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1900 GiLMOUR, David AV., Chartered Bank of India, Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay States. 
1889 fGiRDLESTONE, Major Nelson S., c/o Sta-iidard Bank, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1907 GiROUAKD, H.E., Lieut. -Colonel Sm Percy, R.E., K.G.M.G., D.S.O., Government Home, 

Nairobi, British East Africa. 
1895 fCfiSBORNE, Dudley G., P.O. Box 104, Pietersburg, Transvaal. 
1906 Gladwyn, William T., Liberator Mine, St. Helens, Tasmania. 

1877 fGLANViLLE, Thomas, Mile Gully P.O., Manchester, Jainaica. 

1901 Glasier, F. Bedford, C.M.G., Government Railway, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1906 Glbdden, Robert, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. 

1905 fGLENNY, Thomas A., Rand Club, Joliannesburg, Transvaal. 

1901 Gloag, Andrew, J.P., Clonfarf Villa, Park Drive, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1901 fGLOAG, Durant, Penhalovga, Umtali, Rhodesia. 

1902 Glynn, Henry Thomas, Huntingdon Hall, Lydenburg, Transvaal. 

1907 GoDDEN, H. Danvees, D.D.S. 

1900 Godfrey, George, Strathmore, Fitzroy Street, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. 
1895 -f-GoDFEEY, Joseph James, cjo London and River Plate Bank, Buenos Aires, Argentine 
Republic. 

1906 GoDSALL, Robert S., M.B., C.M., Toowoomba, Queensland. 

1903 Goldie, Amyas Leigh, P.O. Box 1975, Goldfield, Nevada, U.S.A. 

1895 Goldie, A. R., c/o Bank of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1908 GoLDiNG-BiRD, Very Rev. Dean Cyril H., Newcastle, New South Wales. 

1896 Goldman, Richard, P.O. Box 2424, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1902 Gold REICH, Samuel, P.O. Box 933, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1905 Goldsmith, Henry E., F.R.M.S., Public Works Department, Hong Kong. 
1902 fGoLDSRUTH, Thomas, Kroonstad, Orange Free State. 

1910 GoLLAN, Hon. Henry C, K.C, Attorney General, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

1906 GoLLEDGE, George H., Gikiyanakanda, Neboda, Ceylon. 

1907 fGoMM, Harey' H., H.B.M. Vice-Consid, Curityba, Brazil. 

1878 Goode, Sie Charles H., 48 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1893 fGooDE, William Hamilton, P.O. Box 176, Kimberley, South Africa. 

1907 GooDFELLOW, Adam a. G., London and River Plate Bank, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

1899 i GooDEiDGE, Hon. A. F., St. John's, Newfoundland. 

1910 I GooDEiDGE, Richard F., Messrs. A. Goodridge dk Sons, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

1909 Goodwin, Aethue J., Public Works Department, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1888 I Goold-Adams, H.E., Major Sir Hamilton J., G.C.M.G., C.B., Government House, Nicosia, 

Cyprus. 

1910 ! fCfoEDON, Geoege, Muanaweni, Rewa, Fiji. 

1889 fGoEDON, W. GoEDON, Knowlesly, Queen's Park, Trinidad. 

1885 GoEDON, William Montgomerie, Assistant Colonial Secretary, Trinidad. 

1900 Gosling, J. T., Postmaster-General, Mombasa, British East Africa. 

1911 Gough, Lewis H., Ph.D., Department of Agriculture, Cairo, Egypt. 

1909 Gould, Lieut. -Colonel Senator Hon. Sir Albert J., V.D., 121 Pitt Street, Sydney, New 

South Wales. 
1900 GouLTER, Herbert H., Barrister-at-Laiv, Virden, Manitoba, Canada. 

1910 GouLTER, Redwood F., Titnara, Blenheim, New Zealayid. 

1898 Gourlay, William Dickson, Dock Road, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1907 Graaff, Senator Hon. Jacobus A. C, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1910 I Graham, Captain A. McD., Police Department, Seremban, Negri Sembilan, Federated Malay 

States. 
1889 fGBAHAM, Francis G. C, C.C. and R.M., Grahamstown, South Africa. 



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fGRAHAM, Frank J. G., c/o S. Henderson, T. T. Co., Tarkwa, Gold Coast Colony. 

Gkaham, Joseph Wm., Magadi Railway, British East Africa. 

Graham, Sir Hugh, LL.D., 918 Sherbrooke Street, Montreal, Canada. 

fGRAHAM, Woodthorpe T., J.P., P.O. Box 1155, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fGRAiN, Ernest A., P.O. Manly, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Grannum, Hon. Edward A., M.E.C., Receiver-General, Port Louis, Mauritius. 

Grant, A. H. H., Standard Bank, Randfontein, Transvaal. 

fGRANT, Duncan, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. 

Grant, Hon. Henry E. W., C.M.G., Colonial Secretary, St. John's, Antigua. 

Grant, Ronald C, P.O. Box 34, Nairobi, British East Africa. 

Grant, Sir James A., M.D., K.C.M.G., F.G.S., 150 Elgiyi Street, Ottawa, Canada. 

Grant, Owen, Masongoleni, British East Africa. 

Grant, Colonel Thomas Hunter, c/o William Bignell, Esq., Quebec, Canada. 

•[•Grant, Wm. Lawson, M.A., Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada {Corresponding 

Secretary). 
Grassick, Peter A., Calle Bartoleme Mitre 427, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
Gravely, William B., Bank of Montreal, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
Gray, Edward D., Kainga, South Head Road, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Gray, Hon. George W., 448 Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland. 
Gray, Melvxlle, Timaru, New Zealand. 
Gray, Hon. Reginald, M.E.C, Attorney-General, Bermuda. 
■j-Gray, Robert, Ellerslie, Gourton P.O., Natal. 

•[•Gray, Robert, c/o Messrs. Dalgety tfc Co., Sydney, New South Wales. 
Gray, St. George, B.A., M.B., Senior Medical Officer, Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 
Gray, Captain W. Birrell, District Commissioner, Southern Nigeria. 
Gray, Wentworth D., Barfre-<iton Private Bag, Myazura, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 
Greatbatch, David W., P.O. Box 195, Kimberley, South Africa. 

Greathead, Percy, J.P., African Farms, Ltd., P.O. Box 5036, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Green, Frank J. 

f Green, Frank J. H., P.O. Box 106, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Green, Helperius R., Messrs. E. K. Green & Co., Somerset Road, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Green, Henry, Mason's Avenue, Ponso7iby, Auckland, New Zealand. 
Green, James A., Treasury, Pretoria, Trayisvaal. 
fGREEN, Robert Cottle, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
Green, William J., P.O. Box 1770, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Greenacre, Walter, 413 West Street, Durban, Natal. 
Greene, Colonel Hon. Edward M., C.M.G., K.C., V.D., Maritzburg, Natal. 
Greene, Francis Mackenzie, J. P., East Gwanda Mines, Gwanda, Rhodesia. 
Greene, George, P.O. Box 408, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Greener, Herbert, D.S.O., c/o Standard Bank, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 
fGREENLEES, James Neilson, Stock Exchatige, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fGREENLEES, T. DuNCAN, M.D. 

■[■Greenshields, George, Douglas Station, Falkland Islands. 

Greenslade, Frederick AVm., cjo African Association, Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 

Greenwood, G. Dean, J.P., Teviotdale, Amberley, Canterbury, New Zealand. 

Gregor, Alfred, P.O. Box 506, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Greig, George, Laxapana, Maskeliya, Ceylon. 

Grell, Charles H., Clapham House, Dominica, West Indies. 

Gbenfell, Arthur Pascoe. 

Grey, Major Raleigh, C.V.O., C.M.G., M.L.C., Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

Grey, Wulff Henry, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

fGREY-WiLSON, H.E., Sir William, K.C.M.G., Government House, Nassau, Bahamas. 

•fGRiCE, John, Melbourne Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 

f Grieve, Walter Baine, Messrs. Baine, Johnston & Co., St. John's, Newfoundland. 

Griffith, Charles Lucas, Albury, New South Wales. 

Griffith, Gordon Griff, Que-que, Rhodesia. 

Griffith, Juilus H., 312 Winch Building, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, 



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1881 j Geiitith, The Right Hon. Sir Samuel W., G.C.M.G., Chief Justice, Federal High Court, 
Sydney, Netv South Wales. 

1883 i fGEiFFiTH, Sir William Beandfoed, B. A. , 35 Feuerhach Strasse, Frankfurt A /M., Germany. 

1901 i tGRXFFiTHS, Haeey D., A.R.S.M., M.I.M.E., &c., Tronoh, Federated Malay States. 

1889 I tGELFFiTHS, Thomas Griff, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 
1911 i Grigg, John C. N., Longheach, Canterbury, New Zealand. 

1911 I Geigsby, Reginald C, St. Stephen's Avenue, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1890 j Geimani, Edmund Hornby. 

1896 I Geimmer, Wm. P., P.O. Box 174, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1903 Geimshaw, Heebeet C. W., B.A., Cantonment Magistrate, Kumassi, Gold Coast Colony. 

1904 Geimwade, Lieut. -Colonel Haeold W., A.F.A., Waveney, Hampden Road, Armadale, 

Melbourne, Victoria. 

1897 fGiEOVE, Daniel, cjo Messrs. Borthwick d) Butler, Inverell, New South Wales. 

1905 Geoves, Thomas, A.M.I.Mech.E., Pidjlic Works Department, Selangor, Federated Free 

Malay States. 

1906 Geowdee, John, c/o Messrs. Beyts ds Co., Suez, Egypt. 

1908 Geuchy, Lyndon Stanley, African Rubber Co., Axim, Gold Coast Colony. 

1884 Geundy, Eustace Beaedoe, K.C., Alexandra Chambers, Grenfell Street, Adelaide, South 

Australia. 

1902 Gubbay, R. a., 3 Queen's Buildings, Hong Kong. 

1908 fGuEEEiEE, Hugh T., P.O. Box 125, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1909 tGfUEST, Herbert M., c/o " Mining Record,''' P.O. Box 1, Klerksdorp, Transvaal. 

1910 GuLLiCK, William A., Government Printer, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1910 Gulliveb-Cbadwick, Leo J., c/o Bank of New Zealand, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

1889 t^UTHRiE, Adam W., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1907 fGrUTHEiE-SMiTH, H., Tutira, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. 

1911 Gwyn, B. L., Midland Railway, Calle 25 de Mayo 33 Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

1890 fHAAEHOFF, Daniel J., J.P., Kimberley, South Africa. 
1895 tHACKEE, Rev. William J., Edendcde, Natal. 

1907 Hackett, Hon. Sie J. Wintheop, M.L.C, LL.D., Perth, Western Australia. 

1895 Haddon-Smith, Hon. G. B., C.M.G., Colonial Secretary, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

1902 Haddon-Smith, Heney B., Govt. Railway, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1894 Haggaet, Hon. E. A. H., M.L.C., Kingston, Jamaica. 

1881 Hague, George, Rotherwood, 107 Redpath Street, Montreal, Canada. 

1905 Haines, Robert T., Foote Street, Elsternwick, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1893 fHAiNS, Henry, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1897 Hall, Rev. Alfred, c/oB. <& F. Sailors' Society, 50 Oerrard Street East, Toronto, Canada. 

1911 Hall, F. E., 14 Place Royal, Montreal, Canada. 

1907 ^IIall, Feedeeick T., Hong Kong Club, Hong Kong. 
1897 Hall, Godfrey, Hororata, Canterbury, New Zealand. 
1910 Hall, John JIaxwell, Jesselton, British North Borneo. 

1910 Hallamoee, Llewellyn S., P.O. Box 638, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1911 Hallett, Wm. Cardy, Elevado, Pembroke, Bermuda. 

1908 Halliday, James Melmoee, British North Borneo. 

1901 tH^LLiFAX, James W., George Town, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

1911 Hallimond, William T., M.I.M.E., P.O. Box 5191, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1910 Hamilton, C. Feedeeick, Rideau Club, Ottawa, Canada. 

1912 Hamilton, Duncan A., B.A., 159 Pearson Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

1910 Hamilton, Professoe George H., The College, Bellevue, Nebraska, U.S.A. 
1897 Hamilton, H. W. B., Hannan's Club, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. 

1909 Hamilton, James A., cjo Mozambique Co., Beira, East Africa {via Cape Town). 

1889 Hamilton, John T., Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, 24 Water Street, 
Yokohama, Japan. 

1911 Hamilton, Louis, 44 Cuno Strasse, Grunewald, Berlin. 

1910 fHLiMiLTON, Robert, P.O. Box 412, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
1908 Hammond, Arthur C, 230 Church Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 



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Hammond, Robert W., Plumtree, Southern Rhodesia. 

Hamnett, Frederick Harper, cjo Bank of Madras, Madras. 

fHAMPSON, B., 20 Hampson's Buildings, Smith Street, Durban, Natal. 

fHAMPSON, J. Atherton, 20 Hampson's Bldgs., Smith St., Durban, Natal. 

Hancock, H. R., 29 National Mutual Buildings, Adelaide, South Australia. 

fHANCocK, Strangman, Jumpers Deep, Limited, Cleveland, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fHANCocK, Sidney, 10 Queen's Gardens, Hong Kong. 

Handley, Guy F. B., Magoy, Northern Rhodesia. 

IHands, George E., P.O. Box 46, Durban, Natal. * 

Handyside, John S., Akitio, East Coast, New Zealand. 

•j-Hanington, Ernest B. C, M.D., Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

fHANKiN, Christopher L. 

Hanna, James C, Northern Club, Auckland, New Zealand. 

•fHANNAM, Charles, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Hannam, Reginald P., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Hannon, p. J. 

•{•Hansen, Viggo J., Market Square, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Hanson, Bertram E., Local Auditor, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

Hanson, Edward C, A.R.I.B.A., Public Works Department, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

Harcourt, Charles, 61 Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

•fHARDiE, William, Fairmont P.O., Kootenay Valley, B.C., Canada. 

Harding, Harry T., Barrister-at-Law, Stettler, Alberta, Canada. 

•fHARDiNG, J. Walden, Mount Vernon, Waipukurau, New Zealand. 

fHARDS, Harey H., Grahamstown, South Africa. 

Hardwicke, Charles, M.D., c/o S. Pearson d; Son, Ltd., Minatitlan, Vera Cruz, Mexico. 

Hardy, John, Printing Office Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

Harford, Frederick, St. Andrew's, Grenada. 

Hargee, Richard L., cjo E. 0. Harger, Union Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

•fHARKEE, George, D.Sc, 35 Boulevard, Lewisham, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Harling, Thomas, 406 Board of Trade Building, Montreal, Canada. 

Harmsworth, Capt. Alfred C, J.P., Riversmead, Norvals Pont, Cape Province, South 

Africa. 
•{•Harper, Charles, M.L.A., J.P., Guildford, Western Australia. 
Harper, Charles H., B.A., Provincial Commissioner, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 
Harper, James L., Monte Caseros, F.C.N. E. A., Argentine Republic. 
Harper, J. Peascod, F.R.G.S., Taiping, Perak, Federated Malay States. 
fHARPER, Kenneth J., B.A., Cleveland, Maskeliya, Ceylon. 
Harper, Hon. Robert, M.P., Myoora, Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria. 
fHARRiNGTON, ALBERT E., J.P., Hlobisa, Zululand, Natal. 

fHAREis, Lieut. -Colonel Sir David, K.C.M.G., M.L.A., Kimberley, South Africa. 
Harris, Edward, Pleasant Valley, Geraldine, New Zealand. 
fHARRis, Henry William J., Kimberley, South Africa. 

Harris, Hon. John, M.L.C, Messrs. Hearn d; Co., St. John's, Newfoundland. 
Harris, Lloyd, Braniford, Canada. 

Harris, M. Reader, 9 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong. 
Harris, Reginald V., Barrister-at-Law, St. Paul's Building, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 

(Corresponding Secretary). 
Harris, Robert E., K.C, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

fHARRis, Wm. Duckett, Harris Dale, Barkly West, Cape Province, South Africa. 
fHARRisON, Frank, Kaleden, vid Penticton, B.C., Canada. 
Harrison, George A., Kyshtim Mining Works, Perm Government, Russia. 
Harrison, J. H. Hugh, M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., Colonial Surgeon, Belize, British Honduras. 
fHARRisON, J. Spranger, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

■{•Harrison, William Ewart, Sierra Leone Cooling Co., Bo, Sierra Leone Protectorate. 
Harrisson, Sydney T., C.M.G., Controller of Customs, Barbados. 
Harriss, Richard H., P.O. Box 162, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 
Hart, Alfred D., British Australasian Tobacco Co., A' Beckett Street, Melbourne, Victoria- 

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1911 Hart, Edward, P.O. Box 41, Joliannesburg, Transvaal. 

1910 Hart, Herbert F., M.B., J.P., Carnarvon, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1902 Hart, Peter Francis, 36 Foveaux Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1905 Hartley, Clement Percy, P.O. Box 70, Krugersdorp, Transvaal. 

1884 Harvey, James, J.P., 14 National Midual Buildings, King William Street, Adelaide, South 

Australia. 

1898 Harvey, Hon. John, M.L.C, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

1901 Harwin, John, Sayis Souci, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1903 HARWOOif, Hon. Thomas C, M.L.C, Gedong, Victm-ia. 

1911 Haskell, Ernest D., 4 Ice House Street, Hong Kong. 

1902 fHASSALL, Raymond L., 9 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1906 Hatch, John Lennard, Department of Agricidture, P.O. Box 434, Pretwia, Transvaal. 
1898 fHATHORN, Fergus A., 107 Pietermaritz Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1887 Hathorn, Hon. Mr. Justice Kenneth H., Maritzburg, Natal. 

1900 fHATHORN, K. Howard, B.A., P.O. Box 3, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1911 fHAW, Walter H., M.R.C.S.E., L.S.A., Knysna, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1911 Hawdon, Arthur J., J.P., Undenvood, Peel Forest, Canterbury, New Zealand. 

1904 Ha WES, Cecil E. 

1889 jHawker, Edward W., M.A., LL.M., Adelaide Club, Sovih Australia. 

1897 Hawker, Michael S., Adelaide Club, South Australia. 

1897 Hawker, Richard M., Adelaide Club, South Australia. 
1911 Hawkes, Arthur, 142 Beech Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

1898 Hawkins, Isaac T., A.M.Inst.C.E. 

1900 t^AY, Harry Algernon, Collondina, Corowa, New South Wales. 

1880 fHAY, Henry, Collendina, Corowa, New South Wales. 
1897 Hay', James M. Allan, P.O. Box 48, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1878 fHAY, William, Wyurm, Black Street, Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1909 Hay'den, a.. Town Surveyor, SeJcondi, Gold Coast Colony. 

1905 fHAYDON, Leonard G., M.B., CM., D.P.H., Port Health Office, Point, Durban, Natal 

1901 Hayes-Sadler, H.E., Lieut.-Col. Sir James, K.CM.G., C.B., Government House, St. 

George's, Grenada. 

1899 Hayford, Rev. Mark C, D.D., F.R.G.S., Cape Coast, Gold Coast Colony. 

1905 Hayles, Harry S. H., c/o Trading Co., Tarkwa, Gold Coast Colony. 

1908 Haynes, Alwyn S., Indian Immigration Office, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

1901 Hayter, a. C, Fort Jameson, Northern Rhodesia {Corresponding Sexiretary). 
1899 fHAYWARD, Frank E., Messrs. J. Martin & Co., Adelaide, South Australia. 
1908 Hazell, Alfred, Premier Hotel, Cullinan, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1889 fliAZELL, Charles S., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1911 Hazen, Hon. J. Douglas, Fredcricton, New Brunswick, Canada. 

1897 fHEAD, Wm. Beachy, Band Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1910 Heaps, Edward H., 541 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

1908 Healtey, Hugh H., Kamiti Ranch, Nairobi, British East Africa. 

1902 fHEATLiE, Arthur, B.A., M.Inst.CE., Government Railway, Ceres, Cape Province, South 

Africa. 

1910 -fHEATLiE, Bertram de V., 117 St. George's Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1891 Hebden, George H., Erambie, Molong, New South Wales ; and Union Club. 

1910 Heberden, G. a., M.R.C.S.E., D.S.O., J.P., Victoria West, Cape Province, South Africa. 
1886 fHEBRON, Hon. A. S., M.L.C, Barrister-at-Law, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

1909 Hector, Edward James, Valencia, Part Pirie, South Australia. 

1891 Hector, Captain G. Nelson, R.N.R., Villa Nelson, Valescure, St. Raphael, France. 

1909 Hector, Robert B., Donside, Nawalapitiya, Ceijlon. 

1903 Hedley, T. Lietch, Cape Forage Co., Newlands, Cape Toxvn, South Africa. 

1906 Hedstrom, Hon. John Maynard, M.L.C, Levuka, Fiji. 

1881 Hemming, John, Mayfield, GraJtamstoivn, South Africa. 

1911 Heevibrod, George, P.O., Naili, Fiji. 

1910 Helyer, J. Shaw, 142 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

1902 Hemmens, Captain, R.A., Commissioner's Office, P.O. Box 4, Cape Tmvn, South Africa. 



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f Henderson, Professor George C, Adelaide Club, SoutJi Australia. 

Henderson, James A., Cclombo, Ceylon. 

Henderson, John A., Government Railway, Off a. Northern Nigeria. 

Henderson, John T., Maritzburg, Natal. 

fHENDERSON, Thomas R., P.O. Box 101, TofieM, Alberta, Canada. 

•{•Henderson, Thompson, National Bank, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Henderson, Walter L., P.O. Box 181, Rangoon, Burma. 

Henderson, W. P. M., Essenwood Road, Durban, Natal. 

Hendricks, A. J., Black River, Jamaica. 

Heney, Thomas W., " Sydney Morning Herald,'^ Sydney, New South Wales. 

fHENNESSY, David V., J. P., Sydenham, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. 

fHENNiNGS, GuSTAV M., Naitamba, Fiji. 

Henry, Hon. John, C.M.G., Devonpof-t West, Tasinania. 

tHERBERT, Reginald F. de Cotjrcy, J.P., Plantatioii Springlands, Berbice, British Guiana. 

Hbrrick, Edward J., Tautane, Herbertville, Haiokes Bay, New Zealand. 

Herrick, F. D., Tautane, Herbertville, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. 

Herrold, Maurice, The Club, Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

Hertslet, Percy, I.S.O., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Hesketh, Henry R., Wyndham Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Hesketh, Samuel, Wyndham Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Heslip, Captain Isaac, Police Department, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

Heugh, Commander John G., R.N., D.S.O., British Legation, Pekin, China. 

Heussler, Christian A. 

fHEWAT, John, M.B., M.L.A., Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Hewick, John E. 

Hewlett, William G., P.O. Box 3492, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Heyman, Julius N., Premier Mine, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Heymann, Joseph, J. P., Market Street, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Heys, Frederick T., P.O. Box 167, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Heywood, James B., I.S.O., Wellington, New Zealand. 

HiCKLEY, Thomas Guy, Rantau, Negri Sembilan, Federated Malay States. 

fHlDDINGH, J. M. F. 

fHiDDiNGH, Michael, F.C.S., Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa. 

fHiGGiNS, J. M., 39 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

HiGGiNSON, Charles B., Samarai, Papua {via Australia). 

HiGGiNSON, R. C, Suva, Fiji. 

fHiGHETT, John Moore. 

Hill, Arthur H. Jocelyn, B.A., F.R.G.S., St. George's Cathedral Giammar School, Cape 

Town, South Africa. 
Hill, Charles Wm., Postmaster -General, Gibraltar. 
Hill, Luke M., M.Inst.C.E., Town Hall, Georgetown, British Guiana. 
Hill, Lieut. -Colonel Thomas Alexander. 

Hill, Wardrop M., c/o S. Henderson, Esq., Equitable Buildings, Sydiiey, New South Wales. 
Hill, Wm. Carey, Christchurch, New Zealand. 
Hill, W. H. Freer, Railway Department, Jebba, Northern Nigeria. 
fHiLLiARD, Charles H., Resident Magistrate, Hanover, Cape Province, South Africa. 
HiLLMAN, Selig, P.O. Box 2954, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
HiLLM^iN, Wolf, P.O. Box 2954, Joliannesburg, Transvaal. 
fHiLTON, Thomas J., Nassam, N.S. District, via Sierra Leone. 
Hind, Robert, c/o "Journal'" Office, Grahamstown, South Africa. 
HiRSCH, August, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

fHiRSCHHORN, Friedrich, 10 Christian Street, Kimberley, South Africa. 
Hitchcock, Harold G., Anglo-Ceylon Estates Co., P.O. Box 35, Port Louis, Mauritius. 
fHiTCHiNS, Senator Hon. Charles, African Boating Co., Point, Durban, Natal. 
HoBBS, Major Joseph J. Talbot, Cottlesloe, Western Australia. 
fHoBSON, George R., Hillside, Maseru, Basutoland. 
Hochschild, Sigmund, P.O. Box 25, Cape Town, South Africa. 

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fHocKLY, Daniel Edward, East London, South Africa. 

HoDDEK, Samuel, English Literary Society, Cangallo 536, Buenos Aires, Argentine Hepublic. 

HoDQETT, Ernest C, Bank of Nigeria, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

fHoDGSON, Arthur J., 61 William Street, Montreal, Canada. 

Hodgson, Sir Frederic M., K.C.M.G. 

Hodgson, Harry Courtenay, Assistant District Commissioner, Sierra Leone. 

fHoDGSON, Hubert M. T., A.M.Inst.C.E., Alberni, Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada. 

HoDSOK, Arnold W., F.R.G.S., Bechuanaland. 

fHoEY, Ung Bok. 

fHoFMEYR, Henry J., B.A., P.O. Box 3357, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Hogg, Alan, Kampala, Uganda. 

HoLBROOK, Fred T., Permas Rubber Co., Johore Bharu, Federated Malay States. 

HoLDEN, Henry J., 100 Grenfell Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 

Holdsworth, John, Swarthmoor, Havelock North, Napier, New Zealand. 

Hole, Hugh Marshall, Chief Secretary, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

HoLFORD, William G., P.O. Box 2, Benoni, Transvaal. 

Holland, Cuyleb A., cjo British Columbia Land Co., Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

HoLLiDAY, Rupert, 3 Hariviiis Arcade, Maritzburg, Natal. 

■f-HoLLiNS, Richard R., P.O. Box 289, Jolmnneshurg, Transvaal. 

fHoLLis, Hon. A. Claud, C.M.G., M.L.C., Secretary for Native Affairs, Nairobi, East Africa. 

HoLLOWAY, Alfred, P.O. Box 174, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Holmes, Charles William, P.O. Box 256, Durban, Natal. 

Holmes, Francis A., M.R.C.S.E., M.H.A., Nassau, Bahamas. 

Holmes, Harry G., Public Works Department, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

Holmes, John R., B.L., District Judge, Nicosia, Cyprus {Corresponding Secretary). 

HoLROYD, Hon. Justice Sir Edward D., Melbourne, Victoria. 

tHoLT, Walter H., J.P., Australian Club, Sydney, New South Wales. r 

fHoLWAY, Thomas B., 186 San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

■fHoMAN, Leonard E. B., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Honeywell, William, Adelaide, South Australia. 

Hood, A. Jarvie, M.B., CM., 127 Macquarie Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Hood, Wm. Acland, c/o Bank of British North America, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

Hook, Charles S., 232 Macpherson Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

fHooKE, Augustus, Jr., Union Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 
1910 Hooker, R. Symons, Assistant District Commissioner, Sierra Leone. 
1910 Hooper, Edward C, Public Works Department, Pretoria, Transvaal. ^ 

1910 Hooper, James, Deputy Provincial Secretary, Winnipeg, Canada. 
1902 Hooper, Raymond E., 364 Smith Street, Durban, Natal. 

1910 Hooper, Reginald A. A., Government Telegraph Department, Calcutta. 

1909 Hopkins, William, 307 Avenue A, Saskatoon, Canada. 
1884 tHoPE, C. H. S. 

1908 Hope, Herbert Ashworth, Ipoh, Perak, Federated Malay States. 
1884 fHoPE, James William, M.R.C.P., Fremantle, Western Australia. 

1911 Hopkins, Allan, 8 Cathedral Square, Christchurch, New Zealand. 
1888 HoPLEY, Hon. Mr. Justice William M., Kimberley, South Africa. 

1910 Hopper, Edward, P.O. Box 10, Mafeking, South Africa. 
1883 fHoBDERN, Edward Caeb, 211 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
1901 fHoRNBY, William F., Chellow Dean, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 
1898 Hornby-Porter, Charles, District Commissioner, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1911 Horne, Lindsay D., Assam-Bengal Railway, Chitlagong, India. 

1908 HoENE, William H. K., Standard Bank, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1909 fHoRSWELL, Edmund, c/o Messrs. Finlay, Fleming <& Co., P.O. Box 181, Rangoon, Burma, 
1905 HoETON, Robert C, " N. Z. Herald," Auckland, New Zealand. 
1908 HoRWOOD, His Honour Chief Justice Sir William H., St. John's, Newfoundland. " 
1911 Hoseason, Thomas W., Kroonstad, Orange Pree'Btate. 
1896 Hosken, William, P.O. Box 667, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1911 ' HosKiNG, John H. K.C., Maori Road, Dunedin, New Zealand. 



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fHosMEE, Charles R., cjo Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal, Canada. 

fHosMEK, LiEUT.-CoLONEL Edward A. C, Virdcu, Manitoba, Canada {Corresponding 
Secretary). 

1911 Howard, Edward H., P.O. Box 4, Klerksdorp, Transvaal. 
1894 Howard, John Wm., c/o " Natal Mercury,'' Durban, Natal. 
1910 Howell, H. Spencer, Stonyhurst, Gait, Ontario, Canada. 
1909 Howell, His Honour Chief Justice Hector N., Winnipeg, Canada. 
1907 HowsE, Major Neville R., V.C, F.R.C.S.E., Orange, New South Wales. 
1904 I Hoy, G. Frederick, P.O. Box 357, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1909 1 fHoY, W. W., Central South African Railways, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1903 fHoYLE, James Johnson, P.O. Box 744, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1903 fHuBBARD, Arthur G., Government Railway, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1906 ! HuDDART, LiNDOW H. L., M.A. (Cantab.), A.R.S.M., A.M.Inst.C.E., A.Inst.M.M., P.O. 

Lokja, Northern Nigeria. 
1898 Hudson, Hon. Arthur, K.C, Attorney-General, Accra, Gold Coast Colony (Corresponding 

Secretary). 

1910 Hudson, Lieut. -Colonel Ernest, F.R.C.S.E., Allahabad Central Prison, Naini, E. I. 

Railway, India. 
1894 fHuDSON, Walter E., P.O. Box 189, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1906 Huffam, Sydney, Administrator's Office, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
1903 Hughes, Frank G., P.O. Box 216, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

1901 fHutiHES, Hugh Stanley, c/o Literary Institute, Hay Street, Perth, Western Australia. 

1907 Hughes, John D., c/o Rubber Estates, Ltd., Blieron, French Ivory Coast. 

1911 Hughes, Colonel Hon. Sam., M.P., Lindsay, Ontario, Canada. 

1911 Hughes, Hon. Thomas, M.L.C, 26 Hunter Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
1894 Hulett, George Herbert, Advocate of the Supreme Court, Verulam, Natal. 

1902 fHuLETT, Horace B., Kearsney, Nonoti, Natal. 

1884 HuLETT, Senator Hon. Sir James Liege, J.P., Kearsney, Nonoti, Natal. 

1908 Hull, Claude W., Nigeria Bitumen Corporation, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
1887 fHuLL, George H., The Lodge, Belgravia, Kimberley, South Africa. 

1901 fHuLL, Hon. Henry C, M.L.A., Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1909 Hulme, Major Herbert D., Barrister-at-Law, P.O. Box 127, Vancouver, B.C., Canada 

[Corresponding Secretary). 

1903 HuLSTON, John, J. P., P.O. Box 92, Durban, Natal. 

1909 Humbert, F. Lois, Port Louis, Mauritius. 

1910 Hume, Hon. Edward A., B.A., Chief Magistrate, Bathurst, Gambia. 

1912 Humble, B. M., Vancouver Club, Vancoxi,ver, B.C., Canada. 

1901 Humby, Albert J., M.Inst.C.E., Government Railways, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1904 Humby, Charles C, Palace Chambers, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. 
1901 Humphreys, George, Cathedral Square, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

1910 Hunt, Atlee A., C.M.G., Department of External Affairs, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1910 Hunt, Donald R., Schoonaard, Selcukuniland, Transvaal. 

1889 Hunt, Hon. Walter R., Receiver-General, Nassau, Bahamas. 

1889 Hunter, Sir David, K.C.M.G., M.L.A., Colinton, Ridge Road, Durban, Natal. 

1898 f Hunter, James M., Durban, Natal. 

1896 fHuNTER, Thomas A., 27 Octagon, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
1903 Hunter, William M., 161 Loop Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1897 Hurrell, William, Gwelo, Rhodesia. 

1910 fHuRLEY, Frederick A., A.M.Inst.C.E., Irrigation Department, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
1908 Hurst, George, Mount Entrance, Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentine Republic. 
1912 Husband, R. 0. FxnLTON, Assistant District Commissioner, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
1906 Hussey- Walsh, Major William. 
1903 fHuTCHiNGS, C, Vita Rewa, Fiji. 

1910 fHuTCHiNSON, Captain Henry, R.N.R., Superintendent of Marine, Entebbe, Uganda. 
1897 Hutchinson, Sir Joseph T., M.A. 

1906 Hutchinson, Walter C, The Treasury, St. Vincent, West Indies. 

1911 Hutchison, James, Commercial Union Building, Montreal, Canada. 



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1910 Hutchison, James A., Central Prison, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
1901 Htjtson, Hon. Eyre, C.M.G., Colonial Secretary, Suva, Fiji. 
1904 HuTT, Edward, J. P., Maitland, Cape Town, Sotdh Africa. 

1911 ! fHTJTTON, Alexander W., M.A., Melian 1810, Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

1906 j HuTTON, Andeies S., GraJuimstoivn, South Africa. 
1892 HuTTON, William. 

1911 HtTTTON, Wm. Mack, c/o Explomtion and Develojrment Co., Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1885 t^YAM, Abraham, P.O. Box 234, Kimberley, South Africa. 

1910 Hyde, T., Education Departonent, Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 

1908 Hylton, Reginald E. A., c/o Standard Bank, P.O. Box 119, LaurenQo Marques, East Africa. 

1911 fHYMAN, Coleman P., J. P., St. James" Chambers, King Street, Sydney, New Sotdh Wales- 

1909 Hyslop, James, D.S.O., M.B., Government Asylum, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1904 fli^i'i^s, Donald W., Apartado 25, Guanajuato, Mexico. 

1911 Ingall, C. E., Fort Jameson, Northern Rhodesia. 

1911 Ingham, Hon. Charles V., M.L.C., The Cedars, Cedar Avenue, Hamilton, Bermuda. 

1911 Ingledew, Charles M., c/o Raiding <& Co., Lobito, Porttujuese West Africa. 

1910 Inglis, Gordon, Strathroy, Drummoyne, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1910 Inglis, Herbert, Tudugalla, Neboda, Ceylon. 

1901 flNKSETTER, Wm. Ellsworth, M.D., San Jose, Costa Rica. 

1891 Ions, Frederick F., Witwatersrand G.M. Co., P.O. Knights, via Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1901 Ireland, Alleyne, cJo "The IForM," Pulitzer Building, Neiv York, U.S.A. 

1892 Ireland, J. S. A., M.B. (Surgeon-Superintendent, Indian Emigration Service). 

1908 Ireson, J. Percival, Kumaradola, Moneragalla, Ceylon. 
1891 Ir\T[NE, Hans W. H., Creat Western Vineyard, Victoria. 

1904 flRViNE, Hon. Wm. Hill, K.C, M.P., 462 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1907 Irvthg, George Clerk, Department of Telegraphs, Sandakang, British North Borneo 

(Corresponding Secretary). 

1911 Irwin, Acheson, B.A., Waverley, Pleasant Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

1886 fIsAACS, Da\t;d, P.O. Box 490, Cape Totvn, South Africa. 

1909 Isaacs, Robert McIntosh, B.E. (Sydney), P.O. Box 305, Bidawayo, Rhodesia. 

1901 Isemonger, Francis M., Government Secretariat, Entebbe, Uganda. 

1908 -j-IsEMONGER, ROBERT B., c/o Standard Bank, P.O. Box 2135, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1910 Islington, H.E., Right Hon. Lord, K.C.M.G., D.S.O., Government House, Wellington, 

New Zealand. 

1909 Jack, William C, M.I.N.A., 14 Des Vceux Road Central, Hong Kong. 

1911 Jackman, Edward C, M.C.P., Eriii Cot, Barbados. 

1899 •[• Jackson, Hon. Mr. Justice Cecil Gower, Native High Court, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1912 Jackson, Hugh M. Gower, Superintendent of Natives, Gwdo, Rhodesia. 

1902 -f- Jackson, Thomas A., Magistrate, N^Khandhla, Ztduland, Natal. 

1908 Jackson, Wilfrid B., Assistant Conservator of Forests, Nairobi, British East Africa. 

1897 -j-Jacob, William F., Kiwitea, Feilding, New Zealand. 

1883 -j-Jacobs, Isaac. 

1911 Jacobs, Louis P., 18 Queen's Road, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1897 Jagger, John Wm., M.L.A., P.O. Box 258, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1905 James, Edmund M., 141 Longmarket Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1876 -j-James, J. William, F.G.S., Tanasari, Blahehurst, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1910 James, Samuel Lister, F.G.S., c/o Messrs. Finlay, Fleming dh Co., P.O. Box 181, Rangoon, 

Burma. 

1907 James, W. Herbert, Erudina, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1905 Jameson, Clarence, M.P., Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

1895 I Jameson, George, Ellerton, St. Albans, Canterbury, New Zealand. 

1904 j Jameson, Henry B. L., Customs Dept., Nassau, Bahamas. 

1899 Jameson, Henry Lyster, M.A., Ph.D. 

1881 f Jameson, Right Hon. Sir L. S., Bart., C.B., M.D., M.L.A., Cape Town, South Africa. 

1897 Jamieson, Edmund C, P.O. Box 357, Johannesburg, Tra-nsvaai. 



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fjAMiESON, M. B., C.E., 39 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

Janion, E. M., Chartered Bank of India, Singapore. 

Jansen, Francois J., C.C. & E..M., Victoria West, Cape Province, South Africa. 

Jardine, John, Alexandra Road, Maritzburg, Natal. 

Jardine, JVLajor William, Craigdhu, Tamboers Kloof, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Jarrett, Alexander G., Bella Vista Road, Heme Bay, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Jayewardene, Eugene W., Advocate, Colombo, Ceylon. 

Jayewardene, Major T. G., Turret House, Colombo, Ceylon. 

Jebb, Richard R., Audit Dept., Nairobi, British East Africa. 

fjEEVANJEE, Hon. a. M., M.L.C., Mombasa, British East Africa. 

Jeffares, John L. Sc, B.S., A.M.Inst.C.E., Vieuwjaarspruit, Aliwal North, Cape Province, 

South Africa. 
Jellicoe, Edwin G., Barrister-at-Law, Wellington, New Zealand. 
f Jenkins, H. L., Indian Civil Service. 

t Jenkins, Phllip L., Library Buildings, Bidawayo, Rhodesia. 
Jephson, Wm. Jermy, 1809 First Street East, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 
fJEPPE, Carl, Barrister-at-Law, City Club, Cape Toivn, South Africa. 
fjEPPE, Julius, Danish Consul, 32 Shortmarket Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 
fjEPPE, Julius, P.O. Box 60, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
t Jerome, Charles, P.O. Box 83, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
fJERRiM, E. R., c/o Trading Co., Tarkwa, Gold Coast Colony. 
Jervoise, G. p. v., Bululu, Jinga, Uganda. 
Jewell, Arthur, Port Moresby, Papua (vid Australia). 
JoANNiDES, John, J.P., Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
Job, Robert B., St. John's, N evjfoinidland. 
Job, Hon. William C, M.L.C, St. John's, Newfoundland. 
fJoFFE, Max F., P.O. Box 907, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
John, Reginald, Colombo, Ceylon. 

Johns, J. Harry, P.O. Box 231, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Johnson, Captain Arthur E., D.S.O., Police Department, Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 
Johnson, E. A. Pasha, Gezireh, Cairo, Egypt. 

Johnson, Hon. Edward 0., I.S.O., Colonial Treasurer, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
Johnson, J. Binns, 1890 Comax Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
Johnson, John T., Tamunua, Navua, Fiji. 

Johnson, Percy Viner, Assistant R.M., HBrrismith, Orange Free State. 
t Johnson, W. C. B., M.H.A., Nassau, Bahamas. 
Johnson, Wm. H., Suva, Fiji. 

t Johnston, Charles F., Kimbolton, Wellington, New Zealand. 
Johnston, Hon. C. J., M.L.C, Wellington, Neiv Zealand. 

Johnston, D. Hope, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, c/o Bank of Australia, Sydney, New South Wales 
Johnston, George P., 436 Elm Avenue, Montrecd, Canada. 
Johnston, James, Department of Agriculture, Nairobi, British East Africa. 
t Johnston, James, J. P., Oakbank, Mo2mt Barker, South Australia. 
Johnston, James Lyon, African Banking Corporation, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
t Johnston, Mathew T., Estancia Marabu, St. Eleodora, F.C.P., Argentine Republic. 
Johnston, Percival, J. P., cjo Messrs. Jones & Jones, Royal Chandlers, Hunter Street. 

Sydney, New South Wales. 
Johnston, Sydney, Napier, New Zealand. 
Johnston, T. B., Tarkwa, Gold Coast Colony. 

Johnstone, George W., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., 1 Esplanade East, Calcutta. 
Jones, Arthur, P.O. Box 165, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
Jones, David Rowlands, Lawrence, Otago, New Zealand. 
Jones, Edgar, Moxmt Nessing, Albury, Canterbury, New Zealand. 
Jones, Edgar A. Averay, Assistant Magistrate, Mpika, Northern Rhodesia. 
Jones, Edward Lloyd, c/o D. Jones, Ltd., George Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
t Jones, Evan H., J. P., P.O. Box 3376, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 



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1911 tJoNES, F. Talfourd, Puhlic Worhs Department, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1891 f Jones, John R., P.O. Box 577, Pretm-ia, Transvaal. 

1910 Jones, Llewellyn A. F., Assistant District Commissioner, Kisii, British East Africa. 

1884 Jones, Sir Philip Sydney, M.D., 16 College Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1902 Jones, Roderick, Beuter's Telegram Co., Cape Town, South Africa. 

1908 Jones, R. Fleming, M.D., Government Medical Officer, Samarai, Papua, vid Av^tralia 

{Corresponding Secretary). 

1910 Jones, Stanley Livingstone, Barrister-at-Law, P.O. Box 1302, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 

1906 Jones, Stanley Ramplen, A.R.S.M., A.I.M.M., Tronoh, Perak, Federated Malay States. 
1873 Jones, Hon. Sydney Twentyman, Eavensworth, Claremont, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1882 Jones, His Honour Sir Wm. H. Hyndman, Chief Justice of the Straits Settlements, Singapore- 
1910 Jones, Wm. Patrick, Treasury, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1910 Jones, Wm. Wansborough, M.A., M.B., Okanagan Mission, Kdovma, B.C., Canada. 

1909 Jong, J. C. de Josselin de, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. 

1907 JoNKLAAS, Richard W., Malabar Street, Kandy, Ceylon. 

1911 t Jordan, Rev. Loins H., cfo General Trusts Corporation, Toronto, Canada. 
1911 Jose, Arthur, W., 117 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1911 JosKE, Adolph a., 56 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1908 JosKE, Alexander Brewster, Suva, Fiji. 

1911 fJosKE, Arthur, Suva, Fiji. 

1899 Judson, Major Daniel, J.P., Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1912 Jukes, Robert R., Buryton, Manitou Lake, Artland P.O., Saskatchewan, Canada. 
1886 Juta, Hon. Sir Henry H., K.C., M.L.A., Cape Town, South Africa. 

1910 Kantor, Abe, P.O. Box 978, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1899 t^ATEE, Norman W., M.B., CM., Australian Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1904 Kaufman, Isaac, P.O. Box 4291, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1910 Kay, Ernest J., Treasury, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1901 t^AYSER, Charles F., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1911 Kealy, Arnold E., North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
1910 Keating, Robert M., Saskatoon, Canada. 

1909 Keeper, Edward C, Leopoldina Raihvay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

1910 Keegan, William, Forest Hill, Upper Buitenkant Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1911 fK^Ei^nJG, Allan L., St. Jago Park, Spanish Town, Jamaica. 
1894 fKEENAN, James, F.R.C.S.L, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1902 Keep, Ernest E., Witch Wood, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria ; and Australian Cluh. 

1905 Keesing, Ernest A., Aiickland, New Zealand. 

1907 Keevil, John J., London and River Plate Bank, Ltd., Santos, Brazil. 

1910 Keith, James C, 1130 Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
1904 Kelly, Benjamin S., 182 Loop Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 
1896 Kelly, Sir Henry G. 

1884 fKELLY, James John. 

1889 fKELTY, William, Northwood, King River, Albany, Western Atistralia. 

1912 Kemp, Hon. Albert Edward, 199 River Street, Toronto, Canada. 

1911 Kempen, Willem H., Attorney-at-Law, Victoria West, Cape Province, South Africa. 
1910 Kendall, John, 2294 Fifth Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

1909 Kennan, Richard H., M.D., F.R.C.S.L, Senior Medical Officer, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

1910 Kennedy, Charles Dugald, Napier, New Zealand. 

1883 Kennedy, James Hutchinson, M.L.C, Master of the High Court, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

1884 Kenny, W. {Surgeon- Superintendent, Indian Emigration Service). 

1911 Kent, John P., P.O. Box 319, Kimberley, South Africa. 
1898 Kenway, Philip T., Gisborne, New Zealand. 

1886 Kermode, Robert, Mona Vale, Tasmania. 

1908 Kerb, James Falconer, cfo Niger Co., Ltd., Egga, Nmihern Nigeria. 
1911 Kerr, Lorance V., Kerr-Patton Coal Co., Regina, Canada. 

1910 Kerr, Thomas, cfo Consolidated Mines, Ltd., Benoni, Transvaal. 

1888 -fKEERY, T. C, Sutton Lodge, Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand. 



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Kershaw, Henry D., P.O. Box 1189, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Keewin, Edward, 133 Loo-p Sired, Maritzhurg, Natal. 

fKESSLER, Captaik Robert C, F.R.G.S., clo Messrs. King ds Sons, Castle Buildings, 

Durban, Natal. 
K'ESWiCK, Harry G., Rustenberg, Transvaal. 

Kettlewell, p. W. H., St. Andrew's College, Grahamstown, South Africa. 
fKEYNES, Richard R., Keyneton, South Australia. 
K-SYZER, Siegfried S., Stellenbosch, Cape Province, South Africa. 
fKHAN, Pestonjee D., Messrs. Framjee, Bhikajee d: Co., Colombo, Ceylon. 
KiDD, Alfred, Epsom, Aux:kland, New Zealand. 
fKiDDLE, William, Walbundrie Station, Albury, New South Wales. 
Kidney, Hon. Allan F., M.L.C, Mandala House, Blantyre, Nyasaland. 
KiLPiN, Sir Ernest P., K.C.M.G., Linford, Kenilivorth, Cape Town, South Africa. 
KiNDERSLEY, LiETJT.-CoLONEL, ARCHIBALD 0. L., British Embassy, Toh'o, Japan. 
fKiNG, Arthur S., Hilden, Manning Road, Double Bay, Sydney, New South Wales. 
King, Baron Albert, 438 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
King, Harvey, Florida, Linea n Limon, Costa Rica. 
King, Howard T., Morawhanna, British Guiana. 
King, Joseph A., Crown Solicitor, Georgetoion, British Guiana. 
fKiNG, Kelso, 120 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales ; and Australian Club. 
King, Merton, British Residency, Vila, New Hebrides. 
fKjEKCALDY, Wm. Melville, F.S.S., Dunedin, New Zealand. 
ICitchen, John H., c/o The Sydney Soap and Candle Co., Ltd., 365 Kent Street, Sydney, New 

South Wales. 
Kleinenberg, Theunis, J. p., P.O. Box 40, Pietersburg, Transvaal. 
Knevett, J. S. K. DE, 2 Rue de Loxum, Brussels. 
Knight, Arthur, Grassdale, River Valley Road, Singapore. 
Knight, Arthur T., 297 Loop Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 
fKNiGHTS, Richard, M.Inst.C.E., Massingham Ranch, Rural Route 1, Calgary, Alberta, 

Canada. 
flvNOBEL, Johan B., M.B., L.R.C.S., P.O. Box 179, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
Knowling, Hon. George, M.L.C, St. John's, Newfoundland. 
Knox, Hon. William, M.P., 74 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
fK(ENiG, Paul, Beau Bassin, Mauritius. 

■fKoHLER, Charles W. H., Riverside, Paarl, Cape Province, South Africa. 
fKoTHARi, Jehangir H., Karachi, India. 
fKRiEL, Rev. H. T., Worcester, Cape Province, South Africa. 
KuFAL, Albert 0., Messrs. Bale & Greene, Chancery Lane, Maritzburg, Natal. 
fKuHR, Henry R., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Laborde, Arthur L. C, District Commissioner, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

fLACHLAN, G. T., Sabrang Estate, Teluk Anson, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

Lafleur, Eugene, K.C, New York Life Buildings, Montreal, Canada. 

Lagesen, Christian A., P.O. Box 5054, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Lake, Wallace S., A.M.Inst.C.E., Public Works Dept., Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

Laidlaw, George Muir, Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay States. 

Lamb, Henry J., P.O. Box 1244, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Lamb, Tompson, Liverpool Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

Lambert, J. A. Peyton, Financial Assistant, Warri, Southern Nigeria. 

Lamprey, Lieut. -Colonel J. J., R.A.M.C, F.R.G.S. 

Lamprey, Jonas C, Teluk Anson, Lower Perak, Federated Malay States. 

fLANCE, Senator Hon. William F., P.O. Box 744, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Landale, R. Hunter, Deniliquin, New South Wales. 

Landau, Morris M., P.O. Box 347, Bidawayo, Rhodesia. 

Lane, Walter S., Walmer, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Lane, Hon. Zebina, M.L.C, Perth, Western Australia. 

fLANO, William A., Carlaminda, Cooma, New South Wales. 



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Langan, J. F., 524 Pender Street, Vaiicouver, B.C., Canada. 

Langdon, Chakles p., 122 William Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

fLANGDON, William Chukchward, J.P., Port Darivin, Northern Territory, South Australia. 

fLANGE, Hon. Mr. Justice J. H., Kimherley, South Africa. 

fLANGEBRiNK, Andries, P.O. Box 287, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fLANGERMAN, J. W. S., M.L.A., P.O. Box 253, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Langerman, James, Sea Point, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Langley, W. H., Barrister-at-Laiv, 1112 Langley Street, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

tLANGLOis, Thomas T., c/o B.C. Permanent Loan Co., 1275 Barclay Street, Vancouver, B.C., 

Canada. 
Langston, Edmund H., Greenwood Park, Durban, Natal. 
Lanning, Robert, J. P., Native Commissioner, Inyati, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
Larymore, Major Henry D., R.A., C.M.G., Borgu, Northern Nigeria. 
Lathbury, Captain Ernest B., R.A.M.C, c/o Messrs. King, King <fc Co., Bombay. 
Laughlin, Major Charles E. H., c/o Messrs. Cox <& Co., Bombay, India. 
Laughton, John M., Town Engineer, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
Laurence, Henry H., Barrister-at-Law, Kingston, Demerara, British Guiana. 
Laurier, Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid, G.C.M.G., M.P., Ottawa, Canada. 
Lavertine, a. G., P.O. Box 679, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Law, Charles F., P.O. Box 116, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
fLAWLEY, Alfred L., P.O. Box 221, Bidawayo, Rhodesia. 
Lawley, The Hon. Sir Arthur, G.C.S.L, G.C.LE., K.C.M.G. 
Lawrance, Captain A. S., Government House, Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 
Laweance, J. H. G., English Club, LourenQo Marques, East Africa. 
LA^\^RENCE, Brown, Barrack Street, Cape Town, Smith Africa. 
fLAWRENCE, John P., P.O. Box 96, Cape Town, South Africa. 

fLA WHENCE, Richard P., c/o Union Bank of Australia, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Lawson, Percy B., Director of Telegraphs, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
Lawton, Alfred B., P.O. Box 536, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Layman, Eric H. C, Baro, Northern Nigeria. 

Layman, F. H., C.E., Department of Native Affairs, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. 
Layton, Bendyshe, Messrs. Gibb, Livingston tfc Co., Hong Kong. 
Lazarus, Simeon L., Suva, Fiji. 

fLEA, JuLLAN Augustus, M.B., F.R.C.S., Grahamstown, South Africa. 
Leacock, Professor Stephen B., Ph.D., McGill University, Montreal, Canada. 
Lean, Ronald, Hill Station, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
Leary, John J., Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. 
Ledger, Horace 0., Nelson, New Zealand. 

Lee, Francis V. T., B.A., M.LE.E., Bohemian Club, San Francisco, U.S.A. 
fLEECH, John Bourke Massy. 

Leeder, Forrest B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 111 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 
Leese, Captain Ernest, Bathurst, Gambia. 
Lefevre, William. 

Lefroy, Hon. Henry Bruce, C.M.G., Walebing, Western Atistralia. 
Legat, Arthur A., Entebbe, Uganda. 

Legat, Charles E., Conservator of Forests, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Legg, Captain Archibald S., Police Department, Knysna, Cape Province, South Africa. 
Leggatt, H. B., c/o Messrs. Boustead <fc Co., Penang, Straits Settlements. 
Legge, Charles Arthur L., c/o Malacca Rubber Plantations, Ltd., Malacca, Straits 

Settlements. 
Legge, Cyril H. E., St. Hubert's, Georgetown, British Guiana. 
fLEGGETT, Major E. H. M., D.S.O., c/o B.E.A. Corporation, Mombasa, British East Africa 

{Corresponding Secretary). 
Le Hunte, H.E., Sir George Ruthven, G.C.M.G., Government House, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 
Leitch, William B., 12 Bank of Ottawa Building, Montreal, Canada. 
Lemberg, Philip (Consul for Portugal), Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
Le Miere, HrppoLYTE, Jun., Rose Cottage, Curepipe, Mauritius. 



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1911 
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1889 
1889 
1895 
1898 
1909 
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1894 
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1896 
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1899 
1897 
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1899 
1899 
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fLEMPBiERE, John Thomson, Australian Chib, Melbourne, Victoria. 

fLENZ, Otto, P.O. Box 92, Jolianneshurg, Transvaal. 

Leonard, Charles, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Leopold, Lewis J., Educational Institute, Gloucester Street, Freetoum, Sierra Leone. 

Leslie, Alex. Stewart, The Treasury, Maritzburg, Natal. 

fLESLiE, J. H., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fLE Sueur, Gordon, P.O. Box 366, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

Lett, Robert E., Police Department, Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. 

Letts, Richard A., P.O. Box 192, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

fLEucHARS, Colonel George, C.M.G., D.S.O., M.L.A., Beacken, Greytown, Natal. 

fLEVEY, James A., Bowden, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria. 

fLEViN, Wm. FitzGerald, Greatford, Wellington, New Zealand. 

Levinge, Edward G., M.B., Garden Road, Fendalton, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

Levy, Arthur, Mandeville, Jamaica. 

Levy, Barnett, P.O. Box 532, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 

Levy, George, P.O. Box 532, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 

Levy, William Lewis, Salvador. 

Lewis, Alfred, New Cluh, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Lewis, Alfred, Willesden, Rosmead Place, Colombo, Ceylon. 

Lewis, Allan Wellesley, K.C, St. Georgia, Grenada, West Indies. 

Lewis, Arthur E., Ipoh, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

LEVtns, E. H., Police Department, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Lewis, Henry M., Treasury, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

Lewis, Ivor, Customs Department, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

•|-Lewis, Hon. Sir Neil Elliott, K.C.M.G., M.A., B.C.L., Hdbart, Tasmania. 

Lewis, Walter H., A.M.P. Cliambers, 465 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

Lewis, William Miller, 171 Hereford Street, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

Leyland, W. B., 28 Marine Parade, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand. 

■j-Lezard, Herbert L., P.O. Box 2756, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Lezard, Louis F., Kimberley, South Africa. 

•fLiCHTHEiM, Jacob, P.O. Box 1618, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fLiDDLE, Frederic C, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

jLiDDLE, Horace S., 54 Esselin Street, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fLiDDLE, Joseph, Norwich Union Buildings, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Lightburn, Henry W., East Street, Nassau, Bahamas. 

Lilly, Deputy Surgeon-General Frederick J., R.N. 

Lincoln, Gabriel, Colonial Secretariat, Port Louis, Mauritius. 

Lindholm, Algot, P.O. Box 81, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

fLiNDSAY, Henry Lill, P.O. Box 1612, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fLiNDUP, Walter, Fairview Tower, Maritzburg, Natal. 

Line, Leonard, 196 Loop Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

fLiNES, Thomas W., Brackman-Ker Milling Co., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

ILinscott, Rev. T. S., Brantford, Ontario, Canada. 

Lrpp, Charles, J.P., African Banking Corporation, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Lister, Herbert, 524 Glen Drive, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

Little, Charles Wm., Craignish, Macquarie Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Little, James B., Wanderer Gold Mines, Selukwe, Rhodesia [Corresponding Secretary). 

fLiTTLEJOHN, James, P.O. Box 849, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fLivERSiDGE, Archibald, M.A., F.R.S., Professor of Chemistry, The University, Sydney, New 
South Wales. 

Livingston, William P. G., Suva, Fiji. 
^Lloyd, Charles W., Lurlie, Double Bay, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Lloyd, Ernest A., National Bank of Soiith Africa, Louren^o Marques, East Africa. 

Lloyd, Frederick J., Sungei Solak Rubber Co., Port Dickson, Federated Malay States. 

fLLOYD, John T. 

Lloyd, Thomas, 307 Victoria, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

Lloyd-Roberts, Lambert, cjo Secretariat, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 



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1908 ( LocKETT, Geoege Vernon, M.B., CM., F.R.C.S.E., Vancouver Club, B.C., Canada. 

1909 ! LocKiE, Albert V. J., P.O. Box 2289, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1896 fLocKWARD, Hon. Henry, Hamilton, Bermuda (Corresponding Secretary). 

1888 j LoFTiE, Rowley C, Villa Paradis, Vevey, Switzerland. 
1911 1 Lofting, Hugh J., United Railways, Havana, Cuba. 

1904 ' Logan, Ewen R., M.A., Magistrate, Makuru, British East Africa. 

1886 Logan, James D., Matjesfontein, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1911 London, Rev. John E., M.D., M.R.C.S., Main Street, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

1911 Long, Arthur G., Prieska, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1911 Long, Arthur H., Uinsweswe, Rhodesia. 

1903 Long, Arthur Tilney [H.B.M. Vice-Consul and Agent for th« Union of South Africa), 
LourenQo Marques, East Africa. 

1910 Long, DA\^D A., Bank of Africa, Grahamstown, South Africa. 
1910 Long, Edward C., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.R, Maseru, Basutoland. 

1897 fLoNGDEN, Herbert T., M.L.C., Gwelo, Rhodesia. 

1895 fLoNGLEY, Hon. Mr. Justice J. Wilberforce, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

1898 LoRAM, Albert E., 21 Timber Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1903 Lorena, a. Charles, L.R.C.RE., L.R.C.S.E., Government Medical Officer, e/9 P.M.O. 
Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

1910 LoRiMER, Samuel, Lucknow, Heathfold Road, Sea Point, South Africa. 

1889 fLouBSER, Matthew M., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1911 Lough, Rev. Edward I., Paget Rectory, Bermuda. 

1911 Lough, Thomas S., Calle 25 de Mayo 411, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
1911 LouGHEED, Clarence H., Barrister-at-Law, \Zth Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 
1911 LouGHEED, Senator Hon. James A.,'K..C.,Beaulieu, 13th. Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta, 
Canada. 

1901 LouGHMAN, I. Hamilton, Tukihiki, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. 

1888 Love, James R., 99 Bathurst Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1906 LovEGEOVE, Leonard, Jesselton, British North Borneo. 

1910 Lovegrove, Thomas H., M.R.C.S., The Acres, Waterloo, S.W. Railway, Western Australia. 

1878 LovELL, Sir Francis H., C.M.G., F.R.C.S.E. 

1883 fLovELY, Colonel James Chapman, Esplanade, Largs, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1896 fLovELY, Wm. H. C, M.A.I.M.E., Esplanade, Largs, Adelaide, South Australia. 
1895 fLxJCAS, Alexander B., Buffehfonteiyi, Koekemoer, Transvaal. 

1899 Lucas, Frederick G. C, Ridge Road, Durban, Natal. 

1908 Lucas, John C, Lagos Stores, Ltd., Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
1895 fLf CAS, Philip de N., Millvale, Memel P.O., Orange Free State. 

1902 Ludlow, Lionel, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1895 *LuGARD, H.E., Bbigadier-General Sir Frederick D., G.C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O., Oovtm- 
ment House, Logos, Southern Nigeria. 

1909 LuGRiN, Charles H., Barrister-at-Law, Victoria, B.C., Canada.. 

1910 Lumley, James M., Police Department, Makeru, British East Africa. 

1889 fLxiMSDEN, David, 74 Pearson Street, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1903 fLuNNON, Frederic J., M.A., L.L.M., P.O. Box 400, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1907 Lyall, George P., P.O., Box 431, Durban, Natal. 

1901 t^YLE, Alexander, 246 Church Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1905 LwiN, Maunq Tun, K.S.M., c/o Messrs. T. Cook ds Son, Phayre Street, Rangoon, Burma. 
1886 t^iYMAN, Henry H., 74 McTavish Street, Montreal, Canada. 

1898 fLYNCH, Hon. George Wm. A., M.L.C., M.B., Suva, Fiji. 

1906 Lyne, Robert Nunez, F.L.S., F.R.G.S., Director of Agriculture, Louren^ Marques, East 

Africa. 
1901 Lynn, William J. 

1911 Lyons, Captain Hon. F. W., M.L.C., Supt. of Police, P.O. Box 244, Hong Kong. 

1911 Maasdorp, His Honour Chief Justice Sir Andries F. S.; Bloemfontein, Orange Fr»e State. 

1886 Maasdorp, Hon. Mr. Justice C. G., Cape Town, South Africa. 

1893 Macarthy, Thos. G., Phanix Brewery, Tory St. Wellingion, New Zealand. 



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1910 MACAKTNEY-Fn.GATE, Dermot L., SeJcondi, Gold Coast Colony. 

1896 Macaskie, John C, District Judge, Fmnagusta, Cyprus. 

1910 i MACAULAy, Thomas B., Sun Life Assurance Co., Montreal, Canada. 

1905 RIacdonald, Alexander, F.R.G.S., Chillagoe, North Queensland. 

1906 MacDonald, Hon. Archibald C, M.L.C, Director of Agriculture, Nairobi, British East 

Africa. 
1885 Macdonald, Claude A., Wantabadgery, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. 
1894 Macdonald, H.E., Colonel Right Hon. Sir Claude M., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., K.C.B., 

Tokio, Japan. 
1909 Macdonald, Hon. Mb. Justice Daniel A., Winnipeg, Canada. 

1891 fMACDONALD, DuNCAN, P.O. Box 82, East London, South Africa. 

1892 MacDonald, Ebenezeb, c/o Perpetual Trustee Co., Sydney, Neiv South Wales. 

1896 Macdonald, Rev. J. Middleton, M.A. (Senior Chaplain, Government oe India), Dacca, 

India. 

1908 fMACDONALD, HuGH, M.D., Rotumah, Fiji. 

1904 MacDonald, Ranald, Government Offices, Chiromo, Nyasaland. 

1904 fMACDONALD, RoNALD M., Messrs. Gould, Beaumont <b Co., Christchurch, New Zealand. 

1909 Macdonald, Hon. Thomas K., M.L.C, Wellington, New Zealand. 
1891 fMACDOWALL, Day Hort, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
1889 MacEwen, Alexander P., Ho^uj Kong. 

1884 fMACFARLANE, SENATOR HoN. James, Newlands, Hobart, Tasmania. 
1908 Macfarlane, James, Clive Grange, Napier, New Zealand. 

1908 Macfarlane, William F., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1897 fMACFiE, Robert A., Estancia Perla, Luquillo, Porto Rico, West Indies. 
1908 MacGill, David, J.P., Diamond Market, Kimberley, South Africa. 

1899 f MacGregor, H.E., Sir William, G.C.M.G., C.B., Government House, Brisbane, Queensland. 

1885 Macclashan, Niel, J.P., Mining Commissioner, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
1911 Machray, John A., Barrister-at-Law, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1891 Macintosh, James, cfo Messrs. Dalgety & Co., 6 Custom House Quay, Wellington, New 

Zealand. 
1903 Macintosh, William, P.O. Box 20, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1900 MacIver, Fergus, Stock Exchange Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1910 fMACKAY, Alexander N., Cherokee Goldfields, San Julian, vid Parral, Chihuahua, Mexico. 
1895 fMACKAY, Captain A. W., J.P., c/o W. Walker, Esq., 82 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South 

Wales. 

1892 fMACKAY, George, Marzelsfontein, Douglas, Cape Province, South Africa. 
1891 Mackay, James, Central Club, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1911 Mackay, Wm. Hook, Annambah, West Maitlajid, New South Wales. 
1908 Mackay-Mackay, Major R. 

1887 Mackellar, Hon. Sir Charles K., M.L.C., M.B., 131 Macquarie Street, Sydney, New South 

Wales. 
1902 Mackenzie, Francis Wallace, M.B., CM., Wellington, New Zealand. 

1886 fMACKENZiE, John Eddie, M.B., CM., Kimberley, South Africa. 

1907 Mackenzie, J. Donald, Solicitor-General, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
1897 f Mackenzie, Murdo S., Coolgardie, Western Australia. 

1897 Mackenzie, Hon. Thomas, M.P., Wellington, New Zealand. 

1891 fMACKiNNON, W. K., Marida, Yallock, Boorcan, Victoria. 

1908 Maclachlan, Thomas, Warriapolla, Matale, Ceylon, 
1895 fMAcLAREN, David, 292 Frank Street, Ottawa, Canada. 
1902 Maclaren, James Malcolm, D.Sc, F.G.S. 

1909 Maclean, Adrian J., District Commissioner, Mombasa, British East Africa. 

1909 Maclean, Charles W., Maha Uva, Halgranoya, Ceylon. 

1911 Maclean, James Douglas, M.D., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

1905 fMACLEAN, Kaid Sir Harry, K.C.M.G., The Court, Morocco. 

1911 MacLeod, Boyd A. C, Narandera, New South Wales. 

1910 MacLeod, Norman R., cfo Rhodesia- Katanga Junction R. <& M. Co., Kansanshi, Northern 

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Royal Colonial Institute. 

■j-MacLennan, j. Roy, Fieldhig, Neio Zealand. 

flVlACLUSKiE, Henry, Ferro-Carril del Slid, Plaza Constitucion, Buenos Aires, Argentine 

Republic. 
Macnab, Brenton a., 55 Fort Street, Montreal, Canada. 

RIacnaghten, Leslie H., Public Works Department, Kisumu, British East Africa. 
MacPhail, Robert S., C.E., Irrigation Department, Colombo, Ceylon. 
Macpherson, Edward H., 15 Hereford Street, Glebe Point, Sydney, New South Wales. 
flklACPHEBSON William Molson, 73 Ste. Ursule Street, Quebec, Canada. 
fMACRORiE, Basil F. N., c/o Burma Oil Co., NyaugMa, Upper Burma. 
fiVlAcSHERRY, Right Rev. Bishop Hugh, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 
McAusLEsr, James, 180 Longmarket Street, Maritzhurg, Natal. 
McAviTY, Lieut. -Colonel James L., St John, New Brunsivick. 
McBride, William, c/o B.E.A. Corporation, Mombasa, British East Africa. 
fMcBRYDE, Hon. D. E., M.L.C, Australian Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 
McCallum, H.E., Colonel Sir Henry Edward, R.E., G.C.M.G., A.D.C., Queen's House, 

Colombo, Ceylon. 
McCallum, William, P.O. Box 4889, Jolmnnesburg, Transvaal. 
IMcCarthy, John J., P.O. Box 34, Bvlawayo, EJiodesia. 
McCarthy, Robert H., C.M.G. 

tMcCAUGHEY, Hon. Sir Samuel, M.L.C, Coonong, Urana, New South Wales. 
McClatchie, George, 27 Holmwood Road, Fendalton, Christchurch, New Zealand. 
McClellan, John W. Tyndale, Provincial Commissioner, Fort Hill, British Ea^t Africa. 
McCoNAGHY, John, M3., Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
McCoNNBL, Eric W., Mount Brisbane, Esk, Queensland. 
fMcCoNNELL, James, Ardmore Hall, Vuna, Fiji. 

fMcCowAT, Robert L., F.R.I.B.A., P.O. Box 318, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
McCracken, Adam, Glentore, Arrowtown, New Zealand. 
McCrae, Farquhar P. G., Bank of Australasia, Sydney, New South Wales. 
McCraith, Captain W. Dovgj^as, c/o Straits Steamship Co., Singapore. 
McCuLLOCH, Alexander, Adelaide Club, Sovih Australia. 
McCuLLOUGH, William, High Street, Auckland, Neio Zealand. 

McCutcheon, Robert G., M.L.A., 126 Chapel Street, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. 

McDonald, Charles, P.O. Box 391, St. John, New Brxmsivick, Canada. 

McDonald, Ernest E., Government Secretariat, Nicosia, Cyprus. 

McDonald, Francis R., Rand Cluh, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

McDouall, Rev. Willoughby Cbichton, Church of England Mission, Peking, China. 

McDougald, John, Commissioner of Customs, Ottawa, Canada. 

fMcDouGALL, John A., M.L.A., Messrs. McDougall <& Secord, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
{Corresponding Secretary). 

McDowALL, Charles H., Prestea, Gold Coast Colony. 

McDowell, Frank J. J. F., Block A Mines, Prestea, Gold Coast Colony. 

McDowell, V. B. Grant, P.O. Box 26, Umtali, Rhodesia. 

McEvoy, Arthur, Barrister-at-Law, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

fMcEwAN, WiLLL4M, P.O. Box 3324, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

McGeorge, Joseph, 54 London Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

fMcGouN, Archibald, K.C, 157 St. James Street, Montreal, Canada. 

f McGregor, A. E. L., Sandy Bay, Hobart, Tasmania. 

McGregor, Frank, Mines Department, P.O. Box 1132, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

McGuiRE, Felix, Mount Royal, Hawera, New Zealand (Corresponding Secretary). 

fMcHABDY, Leslie H., Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. 

McIlwaine, R., Law Department, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

fMclLWRAiTH, John, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

McIr\tne, Charles G., Bank of Mauritius, Mahe, Seychelles. 

fMcIvoR, James Balfour, P.O. Box 7, Prieska, Cape Province, South Africa. 

fMcKAY, A. H., LL.D., Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

fMcKAY, James Hector, F.R.I.B.A., 324 Lambton Quay, Wellington, New Zealand. 

McKechnie, Thomas S., St. George's Cluh, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 



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fMcKELLAR, Wm. Ore, c/o Union Bank of Australia, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

McKenzie, Abchibald, M.D., M.R.C.S.E., Musgrave Road, Durban, Natal. 

McKenzib, Roderick, Excelsior Hotel, Bowling Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

McKerrow, Henky B., North Charterland Co., Fort Jameson, Northern Rhodesia. 

McKiMMiN, Robert, Townsville, Queensland. 

McKiNSTRY, Hon. Walter L., M.E.C, The Treasury, Belize, British Honduras. 

McLaren, J. Gordon, c/o Bank of B.N. America, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

McLaety, Donald S., Oundure Station, Jerilderie, New South Wales. 

McLarty, William, Invercloy, Musgrave Road, Durban, Natal. 

McLaughlin, James, 11 St. James' Buildings, Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

McLattghlin, Michael, 21 Dunvegan Road, Toronto, Canada. 

McLean, Algernon, Maraekakaho, Napier, New Zealand. 

fMoLEAN, Hon. Sir George, M.L.C, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

McLean, Patrick S., Thomson Road, Napier, New Zealand. 

fMcLEAN, R. T>. Douglas, Maraekakaho, Napier, New Zealand (Corresponding Secretary). 

fMcLEOD, Edwin, P.O. Box 36, Brooklyn, Queen's County, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

McLouGHLiN, Arthur P., Treasury, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

McMillan, Duncan, C.E., Derby House, Rosmead Place, Colombo, Ceylon. 

McMillan, Sir Daniel H., K.C.M.G., Winnipeg, Canada. 

f McMillan, Major F. Douglas, Rand Cluh, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

McMillan, Robert, " Stock and Station Journal " Office, Sydney, New South Wales. 

McMillan, Hon. Sir William, K.C.M.G., Allison Street, Randwick, Sydney, New South 

Wales. 
McNaughton, Colin B. 

McNeil, J., M.R.C.V.S., Krugersdorp, Transvaal. 
McPhillips, Albert E., K.C, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 
McRae, William, Bank of New South Wales, Townsville, Queensland {Corresponding 

Secretary). 
Madden, His Honour Chief Justice Sir John, G.C.M.G., Cloyne, St. Kilda, Melbourne, 

Victoria. 
Maddison, Cecil W., Durban, Natal. 

Maddrell, Robert J. C, Bedervale, Braidwood, New South Wales. 
Mager, Frederick W., A.M.Inst.C.E., Taiping, Perak, Federated Malay States. 
fMAGER, Wm. Kelk, J.P., Queenstown, South Africa. 
Maguire, Charles E., M.D., Auckland Hospital, New Zealand. 

Maidman, N. Duncan, cJo The Niger Co., Ltd., Gana Gana, River Niger, Southern Nigeria. 
Maitland, Francis Peake, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., The Bungalow, Gwelo, Rhodesia. 
fRLvLCOLM, Harcourt G., M.H.A., Barrister-at-Law, Nassau, Bahamas. 
Malkin, W. H., 353 Water Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
Malleson, Percy Rodbard, Ida's Valley, Stellenbosch, South Africa. 
Mallons, G. C. M. D. 

Manara, Victor M., Assistant Collector, Entebbe, Uganda. 
Manasse, Frank, P.O. Box 502, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 
Manchee, John C, Glen Moan, Willow Tree, New South Wales. 
fMANiFOLD, W. T., Purrumbete, Camperdown, Victoria. 
fMANSEL, Robert S., c/o Messrs. Fortune tfc Douglas, Calle San Martin 195, Buenos Airest 

Argentine Republic. 
fMANSFiELD, Ernest, Wanganiu, New Zealand. 
Mara, John Andrew, Union Club, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 
Marais, Charles, Land Surveyor, 2 Wale Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 
fMARAis, Christian L., Vredenhof, Newlands, Cape Province, South Africa. 
fMARAis, Johannes H., M.L.A., Stellenbosch, Cape Province, South Africa. 
Marcus, Hugo, M.D., M.R.C.P., Calle Rivadivia 1237, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
Marden, Stanley A., Wentworth Falls, Neiv South Wales. 
Mare, E. J. Eardley, P.O. Box 428, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
tMARKLEW, E. C, P.O. Box 1462, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
fMARKS, Alexander, J.P., Consul for Japan, 98a Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 



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Year of 
Election. 

1907 Marks, Arthur T., XJm Garairt Mine, Allaghi, Upper Egypt. 

1902 t^ARKS, Ellia, Messrs. Lewis db Marks, P.O. Box 379, Pretoria, Transuaal. 

1910 t^ARKS, Gabriel J., J.P., Suva, Fiji. 

1902 Marks, Hon. Henry, M.L.C, J.P., Suva, Fiji. 

1894 fMARKS, Herbert T. 

1908 Marks, John, Monerakelle Estate, Moneragalla, Ceylon. 

1906 Marks, Oliver, Government Hill, Singapore. 

1894 Marks. Percy J., 117 Victoria Street North, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1910 t^^^KS' Senator Hon. Samuel, P.O. Box 379, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1909 Marpole, Richard, Canadian Pacific Railway, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

1908 fj^lARRioTT, Oswald, M.D., B.S., Hong Kong. 

1901 tM-'^^i^iOTT, Walter J., P.O. Box 207, Durban, Natal. 

1909 Marsden, Edgar J., Naval and Military Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 
1904 Marsh, H. Vernon, 183 Pietcrmaritz Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1885 fMARSHALL, Alfred Witter, College Park, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1896 Marshall, Arthur H., Australia Buildings, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1910 Marshall, Edward A., 36 Cape Road, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 
1900 Marshall, James C, Dunedin Fernhill Club, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

1909 Marshall, John W., Tutu-Totara, Marion, New Zealand. 

1896 t^lAi'SHALL, Colonel Robert S., Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

1904 Marten, R. Humphrey, M.B., M.R.C.S.E., 12 North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1902 fM-^^^TESt, George F., J.P., Wagadra, Nadi, Fiji ; and Fiji Club, Suva, Fiji. 

1911 Martin, Hon. Mr. Justice Archer, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 

1897 Martin, John Stuart, Barrister-at-Law, St. George's, Grenada. 

1910 Martin, Josiah, F.G.S., Mount Eden, Auckland, New Zealand. 
1910 Martin, W. O'N., Bombay and Baroda Railway, Bombay. 

1910 Martin, William P., Union Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 
1902 Martin, Wm. A., Rand Club, Johannesbtirg, Transvaal. 

1907 Martin, S. F. Brereton, M.A., LL.B., Penang, Straits Settlements. 

1896 t^ARZETTi, C. J., M.R.A.S., cjo Messrs. Julius <k Creasy, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1879 Mason, E. G. L., Colonial Bank, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

1912 t^ASON, James Scott, The Residency, Kelantan, Malay States [Corresponding Secretary). 

1911 Mason, John V., Abbontiakoon Alines, Tarkwa, Gold Coast Colony. 

1900 t^ASON, Richard Lyte, Messrs. Mason tfc Whitelaw, P.O. Box 611, Johannesburg, 
Transvaal. 

1909 Mathers, His Honour Chief Justice Thomas G., Winnipeg, Canada. 

1911 Matheson, Angus, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1912 t^i^TRAVESs, William T., S.A. Police, Nongoma, Zululand, Natal. 
1906 Mattei, Charles, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Rabato, Malta. 

1906 Matthew, Alfred C, c/o Bosanquet db Co., Colonrbo, Ceylon. 

1898 t^l^TTHEWs, Fletcher. 

1906 Matthews, Sm John Bromhead. 

1881 t^ATTHEWS, Josiah W., M.D., 116 Marshall Street, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1911 Mattengley, WiLLLiM T., Messrs. Mosenthal <b Co., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1910 Maude, Maurice, Cicely Rubber Estate, Teluk Alison, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

1910 Maufe, Herbert B., Director of the Geological Survey, Southern Rhodesia. 
1906 Maughan, Thomas, Chamler of Mines, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. 
1892 t^lAUND, Edward A. 

1889 fMAVROGORDATO, Theodorb E., J.P., Assistant Commissioner of Police, Johannesburg, 
Transvaal. 

1899 Maw, Henry S., L.S.A., Tumherumba, New South Wales. 

1891 fMAXWELL, His Honour Chief Justice Sir Frederic M., St. John's, Antigua. 

1904 Maxwell, J. Crawford, C.M.G., M.A., M.D., District Commissioner, Bandajxima, Sierra 

Leone. 

1911 Maxwell, Joseph P., M.Inst.C.E., 145 Dixon Street, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1905 Maxwell, John, Provincial Commissioner, Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. 

1881 Maxwell, Lieut. -Colonel Thomas, J.P., V.D., Victoria Club, Maritzburg, Natal. 



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1901 
1882 
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1894 
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1890 
1886 
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1881 

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Maxwell, Marius, Djokjakarta, Java. 

Maxwell, Thomas D., Crown Solicitor, Warri, Southern Nigeria. 

May, Aylmer Wm., M.D., Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. 

fMAY, Cornelius, 1 Oxford Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

May, H.E., Sir Francis H., K.C.M.G., Oovernment House, Hong Kong. 

May, George C, Financial Assistant, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

Mayall, Robert Percival VV., M.A., Inspector of Schools, Christiansborg, Gold Coast Colony. 

IMaydon, Hon. John G., M.L.A., Durban Club, Natal. 

Mayers, Henry M. Stewart, Selukwe, Rhodesia. 

fMAYNARD, Major J. G., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Medhurst, Frederick W., Te Whaka, Parliament Street, Sandy Bay, Hobart, Tasmania. 

Meek, Walter L., 19 Victoria Street, Wellington, New Zealand. 

fMEEKS, Hon. Alfred W., M.L.C, Messrs. Gibbs, Bright <fc Co., 37 Pitt Street, Sydney, New 

South Wales. 
Mehb-ud-din, Muhammad, M.R.A.S., Public Works Department, Bahawalpur, India. 
fMEiKLE, Thomas, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
Meilandt, H. S., C.E., Ibadan, Souihern Nigeria. 
fMELHADO, William, H.B.M. Consul, Truxillo, Spanish Honduras, 
Mellon, Captain H. A., Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

fMELViLL, E. H. v., A.M.Inst.C.E., Land Surveyor, P.O. Box 719, Jolmnnesburg, Transvaal. 
Melville, Steven Du Toit, J. P., Standard Bank, Carnarvon, Cape Province, South Africa. 
IMendelssohn, IsiDOR, Kimberlcy Club, South Africa. 
Mennie, James C. 

Mercieb, D. Pyne, B.A., Government School, Winburg, Orange Free State. 
fMEBEDiTH, The Ven. Archdeacon Thomas, Singapore. 

fMEREDiTH-K-AYE, Clarence Kay, 243 Armagh Street, Christchurch, New Zealand. 
Merewetheb, H.£., Sib Edwabd Mabsh, K.C.V.O., C.M.G., Government Hou^e, Freetown, 

Sierra Leone. 
Merivale, George M., Messrs. Gibbs, Bright <fe Co., 37 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South 

Wales. 
fMERRiCK, William, 200 Church Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 
Merrill, Alfred Perkins, D.D.S., 52 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoriui 
fMERRiN, Charles E., P.O. Box 242, Durban, Natal. 
Mebton, Thomas D., 17 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
fMETCALF, Alfbed, J.P., Crodock, Cape Province, South Africa. 
Meudell, George D., Athenaeum Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Meudell, Wm. Gbant, J. P., 413 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
fMicHAU, J. J., J. P., P.O. Box 194, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Michell, Hon. Sir Lewis L., C.V.O., Edingight, Rondebosch, Cape Province, South Africa. 
MiCHELL, Roland L. N., C.M.G., District Commissioner, Limassol, Cyprus. 
MiCHELiN, Wili>iam P., PoUcc Magistrate, Kumassi, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 
MiCHiE, Alexander, Bank of New Zealand, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
fMicKLEM, Thomas N., Native Labour Bureau, Bulaivayo, Rhodesia. 
fMiDDLE brook, John E., Morven, South Canterbury, New Zealand. 
Middleton, Donald T., Kans Klian Estate, Province Wellesley, Straits Settlements. 
tMiDDLETON, James, Public Works Dept., Punjab, India. 
Middleton, James Gowing, M.D., 8 Rue des Capucines, Paris. 
fMiDDLETON, John J. I., 179 Blackwood Street, Arcadia, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
Middleton, Hon. Mr. Justice John Page, Colombo, Ceylon. 
Middleton, Hon. Ormond T., M.L.C, Barrister -at- Law, Hamilton, Bermuda. 
fMiDDLETON, Richard W., L.S.A., District Surgeon, Weenen, Natal. 
Mildmay, George St. J., Barrister -at- Law, P.O. Box 5, Mombasa, British East Africa. 
Miles, Alfred H., Messrs. Murray. Roberts cfc Co., Wellington, New Zealand. 
fMiLES, Charles George, c/o Messrs. T. Birch <k Co., Orahamstown, South Africa. 
Miles. Hon. E. D., M.L.C, Charters Towers, Queensland. 

MiLEY, Wm. Kildare, L.R.C.P. {Surgeon-Superintendent, Indian Emigration Service). 
Millar, G. W. R., Port Dickson, Negri Sejvbilan, Federated Malay States. 



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1903 
1911 
1911 
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1909 
1898 
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1902 
1889 
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1885 
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1908 

1900 
1911 
1896 
1906 
1911 
1907 
1883 
1908 
1911 
1903 
1905 
1910 
1907 
1910 
1911 
1908 
1911 
1903 
1889 
1889 
1906 
1900 
1908 
1910 
1883 

1906 
1902 
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1876 
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1909 
1910 
1909 
1910 



Royal Colonial Institute. 

fMiLLAB, Harry, cIo Standard Bank, Durban, Natal, 

Millar, William, P.O. Box 354, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Miller, Allister M., Swaziland Corporation, Mbabane, Swaziland, South Africa. 

Miller, Denison S. K., Bank of New South Wales, 341 George Street, Sydney, New South 

Wales. 
Miller, E. Morris, Public Library, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Miller, Frederick A., The Retreat, Fisher St., Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
Miller, John J., Loo Block, Vancouver, B.C. Canada. 
Miller, Richard G. Shillito, Bank of Nigeria, Lokoja, Northern Nigeria. 
Miller, Roland Henry, P.O. Box 300, Durban, Natal. 
MiLLBKiN, Arthur R., C.E., Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

■fMiLLS, E. C. Evelyn, Messrs. E. W. Mills dk Co., Ltd., Wellington, New Zealand. 
fMUxLS, Frederick W., Government Railways, Durban, Natal. 
Mills, Sir James, K.C.M.G., Dunedin, Neiv Zealand. 
MiLNB, George T., F.R.G.S. 
MiLTHORP, Bernard T., Blantyre, Nyasaland. 
tMiLTON, Arthur C, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Milton, His Honour Sir William H., K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., Salisbury, Rhodesia. 
Mitchell, James G., Ellesmere, Jericho, vid Stonor, Tasmania. 
Mitchell, John T., Messrs. Adarnson, Gilfillan & Co., Penang, Straits Settlements. 
f Mitchell, Wm. E. C., D.S.O., Fereira Deep Gold Mining Co., P.O. Box 1056, Johannesburg, 

Transvaal. 
Mitchell, Sir Willl\m W., C.M.G., Colombo, Ceylon. 
fMiTCHELSON, Hon. E., 17 Little Queen Street, Auckland-, New Zealand. 
tMoCKFORD, F. Pemberton. P.O. Box 96, Pietersburg, Zcmtpansberg, Transvaal. 
fMoDi, Edalji M., D.Sc, LL.D., Litt.D., F.C.S., Meher Buildings, Turdeo, Bombay. 
Moffat, H. Unwin, P.O. Box 592, Bvlawayo, Rhodesia. 

Moffat, R. Unwin, C.M.G., M.B., St. James's P.O., Kalk Bay, Cape Province, South Africa. 
fMoGG, J. W., P.O. Box 146, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
Mom, Charles Main-. 

MoiSER, Bernard, M.B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 
Molesworth, The Hon. Charles R., Dunlery, Ville-au-Roi, Guernsey, Channel Islands. 
Monro, Claude F. H., Mines Office, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
Monroe, James H., Colonial Cordage Co., St. John's, Newfoundland. 
fMoNSON, William J., Secretary to Administration, Nairobi, British East Africa. 
Montague, Aubrey, M.B., Nausori, Fiji. 

Montfort, Frederic, c/o P. R. Reynolds, 70 5th Avenue, New York, U.S.A. 
Moon, E. Ivens, Apartado 117, Minatitlan, Vera Cruz, Mexico. 
Moon, Frederick Wm., P.O. Box 186, Benoni, Transvaal. 
fMooR, John W., Hartford, Mooi River, Natal. 
fMooRE, Albert, City Club, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Moore, Frederick Henry, c/o Messrs, Dalgety <fc Co., Sydney, New South Wales. 
fMooRE, George F., J.P., Fremantle, Western Australia. 
Moore, Henry 0., Department of Telegraphs, Entebbe, Uganda. 

Moore, John Vander M., Minas del Centenillo, por la Carolina, prov. de Jaen, Spain. 
Moore, Colonel Hon. Sm Newton J., K.C.M.G., Perth, Western Australia. 
•(■Moore, The Rev. Canon Obadiah, Principal, Church Missionary Grammar School, 

Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
Moore, Thomas, National Bank Chambers, Church Square, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
Moore, Professor Wm. Harrison, B.A., LL.B., The University, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Morgan, A. R., Kampala, Uganda. 

•Morgan, Henry J., LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S.C, Ottawa, Canada. 
Morgans, Alfred E., Oledwyn, St. George's Terrace, Perth, Western Australia. 
MoRiCE, Charles, F.R.C.S., Greymouth, New Zealand. 
MORISON, Hon. Donald, K.C, St. John's, N evfoundland. 
jMoRKEL, Arthur L. R., Joker Mine, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 
MoRRig, Right Hon. Sir Edward P., K.C, LL.D., St. John's, Neivfoundland. 



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Morris, Hon. Frank J., K.C., St. John's, Newfoundland. 

fMoRRis, Herbert J., Government Railways, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

fMoRRis, Moss H., J.P., Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

Morris, Percival Darter, Attorney -at- Law, Victoria West, Cape Province, South Africa. 

MoRRiSBY, A. Clayton, Shankuru Mine, Banket Junction, Lomagundi, Rhodesia. 

Morrison, Alexander, Bank of Africa, Durbayi, Natal. 

tMoRRisoN, James, J.P., Water Hall, Guildford, Western Australia. 

Morriss, p. de Cherib, Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, Malacca, Straits Settlements. 

Mortlock, William T., Martindale, Mintaro, South Australia ; and Adelaide Club. 

Morton, Benjamin K., 97 Queen Street, Melbourne," Victoria. 

fMoRTON, James, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Morton, John Drummond, Bulawayo Clvh, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

Moseley, George B., Police Department, Mafeking, South Africa. 

MosENTHAL, Harry, Messrs. A. Mosenthal d: Co., P.O. Box 170, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Moses, Michael, Kampala, Uganda. 

Moss, George, J. P., Broome, Western Australia, 

fMouLDEN, Bayfield, 88 Barnard Street, Adelaide, Sovih Australia. 

MouNSEY, Right Rev. William R., D.D., Lord Bishop of Labuan <& Sarawak, Bishop's 

Hov^e, Kuching, Sarawak (vid Singapore). 
fMouNTFORD, William M., South African Milling Co., Shand Street, Cape Town, South 

Africa. 
MowAT, James S., Saskatoon, Canada. 

Muecke, Hon. H. C. E., M.L.C., J.P., Medindie, Adelaide, South Australia. 
Muirhead, James M. P., F.S.A.A., F.S.S., F.R.S.L., Civil Service Club, Cape Town, South 

Africa. 
MuLLER, Alwyn I. G., C.C., R.M., Carnarvon, Cape Province, South Africa. 
fMiJLLER, Franz, Saulspoort, Rustenburg, Transvaal. 
MuLLER, John, B.A., Government Analyst, Cape Town, South Africa. 
fMuLLiNS, A. G., Bank of Africa, Cape Town, Sovih Africa. 
MuLLiNS, John Francis Lane, 97 Macleay Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
MuLLOY, LoRNE W. R., Winchester, Ontario, Canada. 
MuNDEN, George W., cfo Bibiani, Ltd., Dunkwa, Gold Coast Colony. 
MuNDY, Hugh G., Agricultural Department, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 
MuNN, John S., Messrs. Bowring Bros., St. John's, Neivfoundland. 
MuNRO, Alexander M., M.R.C.V.S. 
Mtjnro, Donald M., P.O. Box 949, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
fMuNRO, John. 

Munro, Richard Ross, P.O. Box 684, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
MtTNSON, John H., K.C., Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg, Canada. 
MuRisoN, W. J. Holt, c/o Home Loan db Contract Co., Silvester -Willson Building, Winnipeg, 

Canada. 
Murphy, Alexander D., Melbourne Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 
fMuRPHY, Cecil N. 

Murphy, Hon. Charles, M.P., 174 Maclaren Street, Ottaiva, Canada. 
Murphy, William H. W., Police Department, Gaberones, Bechuanaland Protectorate 

[Corresponding Secretary). 
Murray, His Honour the Hon. Charles G., Government House, St. Vincent, West Indies. 
fMuRRAY, Frederick, M.B., CM., Sea Point, Cape Town, South Africa. 
fMuRRAY, Geo. E., M.B., F.R.C.S., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
fMuRRAY, George J. R., B.A., LL.B., Magill, Adelaide, South Australia. 
Murray, Herbert, 319 Bulwer Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 
Murray James P, 445 Euclid Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

fMuRRAY, H.E., John H. P., Government House, Port Moresby, Papua {vid Australia). 
fMuRRAY, Hon Sir Thomas K., K.C.M.G., Cleland, Maritzburg, Natal. 
fMuRRAY, William, cJo African Association, Cape Coast, Gold Coast Colony. 
Murray, William A., B.A., M.B., Assam-Bengal Railway, Chittagong, India. 
fMuRBAY-AYNSLEY, HuGH Percy, J.P., ChristchuToh, N&w Zealand. 

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Mxrss, Leonard J., Supervisor of Customs, Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. 
MussoN, Harold M., Estancia Lucero, Buchardo F.C.P., Argentine Republic. 
Myers, Arthur M., cJo Campbell dk Ehrenfried Co., Ltd., Auckland, Neic Zealand. 
Myers, Leopold M., c[o Campbell ds Ehrenfried Co., Ltd., Auckland, New Zealand. 
Myers, Michael, LL.B., 219 Wellington Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand. 



fNANTON, Attgttstus M., 381 Main Street, Winnipeg, Canada. 

fNAPiER, William Joseph, Barristtr-at-Law, 2/5 Security Buildiiigs, Queen Street, Auckland^ 

New Zealand. 
Nash, George W., Winnd)a, Gold Coast Colony. 
Nash, Richard B., Umvuma, Gwelo, Rhodesia. 

Nash, Willlam Giles, Minos de Rio Tinto, Provincia de Huelva, Spain. 
fNATHAN, Emile, M.L.A., Barrister-at-Law, P.O. Box 195, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Nathan, Lionel, P.O. Box 503, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 
Nathan, Venour V., Australian Club, Sydney, New South Walas. 
Naudi, Carlo Galea, LL.D., 41 Strada Genio, Valletta, Malta. 
Naz, Joseph L., Port Louis, Mauritius. 

Neal, Captain Henry V., D.S.O., District Commissioner, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
Neill, Perceval Clay, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
Nelles, R. Campbell, Windsor Hotel, Montreal, Canada. 
Nelson, Major Abercromby A. C. 

Nelson, Deighton C, c/o Bank of Australia, Dorrigo, New South Waloa. 
fNELSON, Ernest H., Vancouver Islaiid, B.C., Canada. 
Nelson, Francis E., Rouncil, Havelock North, Napier, New Zealand. 
Nelson, Thomas, Strathmore Lodge, Musgrave Road, Durban, Natal. 
Neser, Johannes A., M.L.A., Attorney-at-Law, P.O. Box 22, Klerksdorp, Transvaal. 
Neumann, Joseph 0., Sydney, New South Wales. 

Nevile, Robert Montgomery, Homeward Bound Mine, Beechworth, Victoria. 
Nevill, Most Rev. S. T., D.D., Lord Bishop of Dunedin tfe Primate of New Zealand, Dunedin, 

New Zealand. 
Neville, R. S., K.C, 28 Toronto Street, Toronto, Canada. 
fNEWBERRY, Charles, Prynnsburg, Orange Free State. 
Newberry, John H., A.I.M.M., Darien, 6. M. Co., Cana, Panama. 
Newcomb, Guy, c/o Messrs. J. H. Bethune cfe Co., Featherston Street, Wellington, New 

Zealand. 
Newcombe, Edmund Leslie, C.M.G., K.C, Deputy Minister of Justice, Ottawa, Canada. 
Newdigate, Wm., De Beers Consolidated Mines, Kimberley, South Africa. 
Newell, John A., B.A., M.B., 25 Oxford Street, Lyttelton, New Zealand. 
Newham, Rev. Frank D., B.A., Inspector of Schools, Nicosia, Cyprus. 
fNEWLAND, Simpson, Bumside, Adelaide, South Australia. 
Newman, Frank J. E., P.O. Box 764, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Newman, Percy H., Sino, Liberia. 
Newnham, Frederic J. 
Newsam, Arthur Fowler, MaM, Seychelles. 

Newton, Frank J., C.V.O., C.M.G., M.L.C., Treasurer-General, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 
Newton, Hon. John C, M.L.C, Coaling Co., Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
Newton-Howes, Robert W., Stann Creek Railway, British Honduras. 
NiCHOLLS, Harold A. A., Barrister-at-Law, Roseau, Dominica. 
Nichols, Edward H., 807 Royal Avenue, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 
Nichols, Emerson, P.O. Box 354, London, Ontario, Canada. 
Nichols, Frederic A., Highlands Estate, Phcenix, Mauritius. 
fNiCHOL, Walter Cameron, cIo " Daily Province,'' Vancouver, B.C. Canada, 
fNiCHOL, William, M.I.M.E., Plessis, Kenilworth, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Nicholson, C. Shaw, C.C, R.M., Paarl, Cape Province, South Africa. 
fNiCHOLSON, W. Gresham, Golden Fleece, Esseqiiebo, British Guiana. 
Niederheitmann, Sydney R., Keltmanshoop, German S.W. Africa. 



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fNiND, Chaeles E., De Beers Consolidated Mines, Kimherley, South AJrica. 

NiTCH, George H., cfo Standard Bank, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Nixon, Robert, P.O. Box 509, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

Noble, Arthur H., American Tobacco Co., San Juan, Porto Rico. 

fNoBLE, John, J.P., Shellbank, St. Leonards, Sydney, New South Wales. 

fNoBLE, Robert D'Oyly. 

fNoRDHEiMER, Samuel, Toronto, Canada. 

fNoRDiN, 0. W., Swedish Canadian Lumber Co., Nordin, New Brunswick, Canada. 

fNoRRis, Lieut.-Colonel R. J., D.S.O. 

Northcote, Geoffrey A. Stafford, Assistant District Commissioner, Kiambu, British East 

Africa. 
Northcroft, George A., A.M.Inst.C.E. 
Norton, Edwin, J.P., Grenada, West Indies. 

Notley, VVm. K., Police Department, Nairobi, British East Africa. 

NoTON, Cecil A., A.M.I.E.E., Calle Bartolome Mitre 544, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
fNouRSE, Henry, P.O. Box 126, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
fNoYCE, Ethelbert W., Boscobello, Newcastle, Natal {Corresponding Secretary), 
fNoYCK, F. A., Noycedale, Heidelberg, Transvaal. 
No YES, Henry, 15 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

NuNAN, Joseph J., Solicitor-General, Georgetown, Britith Guiana {Corresponding! Secretary). 
NxTNN, Thomas F., P.O. Box 221, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
Nuttall, His Grace Enos, D.D., Lord Anhbishop of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica. 



fOATS, Francis, Kimherley, South Africa. 

OBEYEsiiKERE, DoNALD, B.A., Barristcr-at-Law, Batadola, Veyangoda, Ceylon. 

tOBEYES^KERE, FoRBSTBR A., B.A., Barristcr-at- Law, Hill Castle, Colombo, Ceylon. 

fOBEYEsfiKERE, James P., B.A., Barrister-at-Laiv, Batadola, Veyangoda, Ceylon. 

OBEYEsiKERE, HoN. SiR SoLOMON C, M.L.C., Hill Castle, Colombo, Ceylon. 

O'Brien, Charles A., LL.D. 

O'Brien. Lieut.-Colonel Hon. Charles R. M., C.M.G., Colonial Secretary, Bathurst, Gambia 

{Corresponding Secretary), 
O'Brien, John, Wyoming, Macquarie Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
fO'BRiEN, William J., Burger Street, Maritzburg. Natal. 

fO'CoNNELL, John Hamilton, C.C. & R.M., Humansdorp, Cape Province, South Africa. 
O'Connor, Lieut. H. J. Courtenay, G.V.A., Bathurst, Gambia. 
O'Connor, Owen Livinqstone, F.R.Met.Soc, Curepipe, Mauritius. 
fOELZE, WiLN., P.O. Box 11, Bremen, Germany ; and Kingston, Jamaica. 
Officer, William, c/o Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mart dc Co., Melbourne, Victoria. 
fOoiLViE, Arthur H., Suva, Fiji. 

Ogilvie, Major Charles M., 27 Duke Street, Kingston, Jamaica. 
tOoiLViE, Patrick A., P.O. Box 3114, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Ogle, George Reynolds, P.O. The Bluff, Otago, New Zealand. 
O'Hara, Francis C. T., Deputy Minister of Trade, Ottawa, Canada. 
■f-OHLSSON, Andries, 10 AddcrUy Street, Cape Toum, South Africa. 
Oldfield, Frank Stanley, Municipality Improvements Co., Para, Brazil. 
fOLDHAM, Grimblk V., Siantar P.O. East Coast, Sumatra. 
O'Leary, Henry J., Customs Department, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 
fOLiVER, Hon. Frank, M.P., 191 Somerset Street, Ottawa, Canada. 
O'Meaba, Thomas P., 23 Loop Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 
O'Neale, Robert D., M.B., C.M., Gouyave, Grenada, West Indies. 
tO'NEELL, Charles E., c/o African Association, Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 
tONGLEY, Fred, Nicosia, Cyprus. 
Ongley, Percy A. 

IOnslow, G. M. Macarthur, Cainden Park, Menaiigle, New South Wales. 
Onslow, Lieut.-Colonel J. W. Macarthur, M.L.A., Oibulla, MmangU, New South 
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1905 tOpPEKHEiMER, Ernest, Kimberloj, South Africa. 

1911 Orchard, Lawrence B., 711 1st Street West, Calgary, Canada. 

1903 Orford, Rev. Canon Horace Wm., M.A., The Rectory, Ficksburg, Orange Free State. 
l'.)10 Ormerod, George H., M.Inst.C.E., Assam-Bengal Railicay, Lumding, Assam, India 

{Corresponding Secretary). 

1881 tOi^MO^D' George C, Napier, New Zealand. 

1894 Ormsby, The Right Rev. Bishop G. Albert, D.D. 

1896 O'RoRKE, Hon. Sm G. Maurice, M.L.C, Onehunga, Auckland, New Zealand. 
1879 tORPEN, Joseph Millerd, Ingleuvod, Davenport Road, Durban, Natal. 

1897 : tORPEN, Redmond N. M., C.M.G., J.P., Hilldoicn, Campbell P.O., Cape Province, South 

Africa. 

1907 fOi'K' Captain Hon. Charles W., Chief Secretary, Nicosia, Cyprus. 

1910 Orr, John, Lodge Road, Kiniberley, South Africa. 

1910 Ork, Thomas G., Vryheid, Natal. 

1904 Osborne, His Honoxtr Chief Justice Algernon Willoughby, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1901 fOsBORNE, Francis Douglas, Gopong, Perak, Federated Malay States. 
1892 Osborne, Frederick G., Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1888 Osborne, George, Foxloiv, vid Bungendore, New South Wales ; and Union Club, Sydney. 

1881 Osborne, Hamilton, Australian Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1907 tOsBORXE, Henry C, Hopewood, Bowral, New South Wales. 

1907 tOsBORNE, Olr'er T., Australian Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1886 fOswALD, Herm E., Schlossgartenplatz 41, Darmstadt, Germany. 

1902 tOswALD, James D., Merton, Caulfield, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1910 O'Toole, AVilliam F., Customs Department, Cape Coast, Gold Coast Colmiy. 

1910 OuTERBRiDGE, JosEPH, Messrs. Harvey d; Co., St. John's, Newfoundland. 
1904 Outhwaite, Robert Leonard. 

1909 Owen, Alfred B., Dr. Barnardd's Homes, 50 Peter Street, Toronto, Canada. 

1907 Owen, Hubert Berry, Van Ryn G. M. Co., P.O. Box 22, Benoni, Transvaal. 

1911 Owen, Hugh B., M.B., Entebbe, Uganda. 
1902 Owen, John Wilson. 

1909 Owen, Owen Williams. 

1887 Owen, Lieut.-Colonel Percy, Wollongong, Netv South Wales. 
1900 Oxley, Horace. 



1908 jP^CKE, Hon. Vere, M.E.C, Sulivan House, Falkland Islands. 
1910 Page, Harry* Wm., Dairy Farm Co., Ltd., Hong Kong. 

1910 Page, Oliver E., J.P., Park Drive, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1872 tP'*^™T, Henry Nicholas, J.P., 3 Artillery Place, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

1902 Pakeman, Captain Andrew E., c/o Herr Suhr d- Classen, Hainburg. 

1911 Palmer, His Honour Jackson, J.P., Native Land Court, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1901 tPALirER, James D.. P.O. Box 250, Bloemfmitein, Orange Free State. 
1900 Palmer, John E., 92 Elizabeth Bay Road, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1909 Palmer. Richmond M., P.O. Box 185, Kamloops, Canada. 

1904 fP^i'ME^' Thomas Norman P., B.A., LL.B., The Fountain, Uitenhage, Cape Province, 
South Africa. 

1907 Palmer, Valentine C, 292 Smith Street, Durban, Natal {Corresponding Secretary). 
1906 Palmer, Wm. Jarvis, cIo British South Africa Co., Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

1911 Palmgren, Victor, c/o Towkay Loke Yeiv, Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay States. 

1891 fP^i'ENFUS, Herbert B., J.P., P.O. Box 5155, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1885 Parfitt, p. T. J., cjo Bank of Neic Zealand, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1908 Park, Mungo, Inspector of Mines, Pahang, Federated Malay Straits. 

1909 Parke, Roderick J., 179 Cottingham Street, Toronto, Canada. 

1903 fPARKER, Arthur, GraJmmstown, South Africa. 

1904 Parker, Charles E., P.O. Box 109, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1882 fP^KKER, Hon. Mr. Justice Fred Hardyman, M.A., B.L., F.R.G.S., Roseau, Dcminica. 

1902 fPARKER, Robert, 26 Lowther Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 



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1890 I fPARKEE, His Honour Chief Justice Sir Stephen Henry, Perth, Western Australia. 
1908 j Parker, Wm. A., Official Receiver, Georgetown, British Ouiana. 

1904 I fPARKES, John S., P-0. Box 1660, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1899 I f Parratt, Wm. Heather, M.I.M.E., Plantation Rose Hall, Berbice, British Guiana. 

1911 I Parry, Reginald H., P.O. Box 1101, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1905 j Parsons, Allan C, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Government Medical Officer, Zungeru, Northern 
■ Nigeria. 

1879 I fPARSONS, Cecil J., Thirlstane, Moriarty, TasTnania. 

1910 I Partington, Hugh B., District Commissioner, Kericho, British East Africa. 

1902 fPATERSON, Alexander S., Rattray Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

1912 Paton, Frederick Ninian, Baronga, Bennett Street, Neutral Bay, Sydney, New South Wale,i- 
1910 IPaton, Hugh, c/o Shedden Forwarding Co., Montreal, Canada. 

1891 fP'^TTERSON, D. W. Harvey, Melbourne Club, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1900 Patterson, Lieut. -Colonel J. H., D.S.O. 

1907 fPATTERSON, JoHN HuNTER, JuN., Aiistralian Club., Melbourne, Victoria. 

1888 Pauling, George, P.O. Box 185, Barberton, Transvaal. 

1905 Paver, Gilbert E., National Bank, Bra^idfort, Orange Free State. 
1887 fPAWSEY, Alfred, Winchester Park, Kingston, Jamaica. 

1889 fPAYN, Philip Francis, F.R.G.S., P.O. Box 92, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1903 fPAYNE, Edward, F.G.S. 

1880 fP^YNE, J. Frederick W., Barrister -at- Law, 75 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1904 fP^YNE, Hon. Thomas H., M.L.C, Leura, Toorak, Victoria. 

1889 fP^ACOCKE, A. W. H., P.O. Box 5700, Johannesburg, Transvaal, and Queenstown, South 

Africa. 
1910 Pead, Thomas D., Leeds Road Cantonments, Rangoon, Burma. 

1906 fP^ARCE, Arthur E., Messrs. Levin <fe Co., Ltd., Wellington, New Zealand. 
1906 Pearce, Ernest P., Public Health Department, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 

1903 Pearce, Herbert G., Penhalonga, vid Umtali, Rhodesia. 

1901 fPEARCE, John, 42 Esplanade Buildings, Durban, Natal. 

1910 Pearce, William, Canadian Pacific Railway, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 

1911 Pears, Charles Ffolliott, Linggi, Negri Sembilan, Federated Malay States. 

1908 Pearse, Albert Wm., J.P., Warrigal Club, Sydney, Neiv South Wales. 

1901 -j-Pearse, Samuel H., ElepJiant House, Broad Street, Oke-Olowogbowo, Lagos, Soidhcrn 
Nigeria. 

1901 f Pearson, John B., Sale, Victoria. 

1906 Pearson, Professor H. H. W., M.A., F.L.S., Sotdh African College, Cape Town, South Africa. 
1911 f Pearson, Vincent H., Ipoh, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

1910 fPEARSON, William, Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1898 -j-Pearson, WiLLLiM E., 29 Rue des Vinaigriers, Paris. 

1908 Peddie, John Laing, Government Railway, Jebba, Northern Nigeria. 

1905 Peebles, Captain Herbert W., Assistant Resident, Kano, Noiihern Nigeria. 

1908 Peech, Percy, P.O. Box 199, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

1909 Peet, George L., Ranchmen's Club, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 

1904 Peet, James, M.I.Mech.E., Messrs. G. Fletcher & Co., Lima, Peru. 

1904 Peiris, James, B.A., LL.M., Barrister-at-Law, Rippleivorth, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1904 Peirson, Alexander R., P.O. Box 561, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1892 Peirson, Joseph Waldie, F.R.G.S., P.O. Box 561, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1898 Pemberton, Frederick B., Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

1899 Pemberton, Joseph D., Union Club, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

1902 Pendleton, Alan G., C.M.G., Railway Commissioner, Adelaide, Souih Australia. 

1907 Penfold, H. Lashmar, B.A., Government Survey Department, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

1906 Pennell, Major Follett M. S. 

1910 Pennington, Hon. Arthur R., M.E.C, Attorney-General, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
1889 fPsNTLAND, Alexander, M.B., Terrigal, Gosford, New South Wales. 

1905 Percy, Joscelyn B., Union Bank of Australia, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1911 Perkins, A. E., Bank of British West Africa, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

1911 Perkins, Hon. Haery Innes, M.E.C, I.S.O., Surveyor-General, Belize, British Honduras. 



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1897 [ fPERKiNS, Httbert S., Milburga, Anerley Road, Rosehanlc, Cafe Province, South Ajrica. 

1910 j Perkins, Captain Robert C, D.S.O., Mbabane, Stvaziland, South Africa. 
1886 Perrin, Lieut. -Colonel Harry W., P.O. Box 219, Melbourne, Victoria. 
1893 Perrins, George R., Grange, Cape Road, Port Elizabeth, South Ajrica. 
1883 Persse, De Burgh F., Tabragalba, Beaudesert, Queensland. 

1904 I Pessen, Morris L., P.O. Box 22, Randfontein, Transvaal. 

1912 ! Perston, Norman F., cIo Bank oj New Zealand, George Street, Sydney, New Sotdh Wales. 

1909 Peter, Charles J., 1043 Seaton Street, Vancouver, B.C. Canada. 

1911 I Peters, Arthur J., 352 Burger Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1911 ; Peters, F. W., Canadian Pacific Railway, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1909 Peterson, Charles W., Canadian Pacific Railway, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 

1902 Peterson, Principal William, LL.D., C.M.G., McGill University, Montreal, Canada. 
1879 fPETHEKiCK, Edward A., The Library of the Commonwealth, Melbourne, Victoria {Corn- 

sponding Secretary). 

1910 Pethbrick, Herbert L., cjo Standard Bank, Durban, Natal. 

1906 fPETiT, BoMANJEK DiNSHAW, Chateau Petit, Warden Road, Bombay. 

1909 Pett, Frederick W. A., Waragalande Estate, Madulkelle, Ceylon. 

1905 Pharazyn, Charles B., Longwood, Wairapa, New Zealand. 

1903 Philbrick, Arthur J., Provincial Commissioner, Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. 
1905 Philip, Wm. Marshall, M.B., CM., Town Hall, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1912 Phtlipps, Charles H., El Teb, Passara, Ceylon. 
1871 Phillippo, Sir George, 6 Rue de la Cloche, Geneva. 

1890 Phtlipps, W. Herbert, 71 Brookmans Buildings, Grenfell Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1911 Phillips, Alexander W., c/o Coaling Co., Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
1875 Phillips, Coleman, Richmond Road, Carterton, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1905 Phillips, Henry Denbigh, District Commissioner, Belize, British Honduras [Corresponding 

Secretary). 

1909 Phillips, John, P.O. Box 167, Maddison Square, New York, U.S.A. 

1911 Phillips, Hon. J. R., M.L.C., M.B., CM., Bridgetoum, Barbados. 

1903 Phillips, Captain Llewellyn J., P.O. Box 318, Krugersdorp, Transvaal. 
1911 Phclson, W. W., Colonial Sugar Refinery Co., Auckland, New Zealand. 
1911 Pickford, a. D., Messrs. Begg, Sutherland <fc Co., Cawnpore, India. 
1902 Pickwoad, Cecil A., Local Auditor, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1905 Pickwoad, Howell, The Treasury, Mombasa, British East Africa. 

1895 fPiERis, Paulus Edward, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, Civil Service, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1902 Piers, Peter D. H., Blantyre, Nyasaland. 

1886 fPiLE, Henry Alleyne, Warleigh, St. Peter, Barbados. 

1906 fPiLGRiM, E. Graham, M.B., CM., M.L.A., Porters, Barbados. 

1899 Pilkington, Robert R., B.A., Barrister-at-Law, Weld Club, Perth, Western Australia. 

1897 ■\FiM, Howard, P.O. Box 1331, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1904 fPiNGSTONE, G. a., F.C.S., P.O. Box 445, Bulauayo, Rhodesia. 
1911 Piper, Captain F. Southwell, Princes and Victoria Docks, Bombay. 

1911 Piper, Harry T., Sua Betong, Rantau, Negri Sembilan, Federated Malay States. 

1911 PiSTORiUS, JoHAN J., c /o National Bank, Germiston, Transvaal. 

1909 PiTBLADO, Isaac, K.C, Bank of Hamilton Chambers, Winnipeg, Canada. 
1911 Pitcher, Clarence S., Bridgetown, Barbados. 

1904 Pitt, Robert G. Campbell, P.O. Box 5400, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1903 -j-PiTT, Willl\m a., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Nassau, Bahamas. 

1901 Pitts, John, Consolidated Investment Co., P.O. Box 590, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1893 Pizzighelli, Richard, P.O. Box 2706, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1893 Playford, Louis L., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1910 fPLiMMER, Charles, 93 Boulcott Street, Wellington, New Zealand. 

1910 Plimmer, John A., P.O. Box 173, Wellington, New Zealand. 
1892 Plummer, John E., Belize, British Honduras. 

1895 fPococK, W. F. H., Carisbrooke, St. James', Cape Town, South Africa. 

1903 -j-POLKINGHORNE, EdWIN. 

1911 Pollock, David S. H., P.O. Box 323, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 



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tPoLLOCK, Hon. Henry E., K.O., M.L.C., Hon.g Kong {Corresponding Secretary). 

PoNSONBY, John C, Anderson's Bay, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

PoNTiFEX, Reginald D., Leopoldina Eailway Co., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Poole, Major Frederick C, R.A., D.S.O., Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 

tPooLE, John G. 

fPooLE, Thomas J., P.O. Box 397, Kimberley, South Africa. 

PooLEY, Charles E., K.C, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 

PooLEY, Harold T., P.O. Box 189, Kimberley, South Africa. 

PooLEY, John, J. P., P.O. Box 189, Kimberley, South Africa (Corre->ponding Secretary). 

Pope, Edward, Oympie, Queensland. 

Pope, WnxiAM, Eagle Chambers, Adelaide, South Atistralia. 

PoRDAGE, Frederick. C.E., Entebbe, Uganda. 

Porter, Alexander, J. P., Kalgoorlie, Western Aiistralia. 

Porter. Colonel Geoffrey M., R.E., Molo, British East Africa. 

Porter, Holland. 

Porter, Sidney R., Deputy Minister of Railways, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. 

Potter, The Ven. Archdeacon Beresford, M.A., Nicosia, Cyprus. 

Pousty, William C, Government Railway, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

Powell, James, Wcftport, New Zealand. 

Powell, Robert B., Suva, Fiji. 

Powell, Wilfrid, H.B.M. Consul, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 

Power, Harry Shakespeare, J.P., Arden, Mid lUovo Central, Natal. 

Power, Norman Danvers, c/o Messrs. Smith, Bell <fc Co., Ltd., Manila, Philippine Islands. 

Power, William, M.P., Quebec, Canada. 

PoYNTON, James C, P.O. Box 247, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Pratt, Arthur, P.O. Box 3443, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fPREiss, August E., c/ Messrs. Duldorff, Schabbel db Co., Port Elizabeth. South Africa, 

Pretty, C. F., Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

fPRiAULX, Frank W., Avondale, Bedford, Cape Province, South Africa. 

Price, D. E., District Commissioner, Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 

Price, Herbert M., The Cottage, Montgomery Falls, Quebec, Canada. 

fPRiCE, Sir Thomas R., K.C.M.G., Bryn Tirion, O'Reilly Street, The Berea, Johannesburg, 

Transvaal. 
Prideaux, Joseph F. E., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Suva, Fiji. 
tPRiNCE, J. Perrott, M.D., 188 Smith Street, Durban, Natal. 
Pringle, Clive, Ottaiva, Canada. 

Pringle, Hon. Sir John, K.C.M.G., M.B., M.L.C, Cape Clear, Clonmel P.O., Jamaica. 
Prior, Lieut. -Colonel Hon. Edward G., Victoria, B.C., Canada. 
fPRiTCHABD, Alexander H., Mattock, Charters Towers, Queensland. 
Probyn, H.E., Sir Leslie, K.C.M.G., Government House, Bridgetown, Barbados. 
Proctor, Captain John, Public School, Mafeking, Cape Province, South Africa. 
Prossor, Joseph Edward, Agricultural Department, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
Pbout, Wm. Thomas, C.M.G., M.B., CM. 
fPRYDE John B., P.O. Box 4218, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
fPuDUKOTA, H.H. the Raja OF, Pudukota, Madras, India. 
Pugh, Sidney W., Carleton Club, Winnipeg, Canada. 
Pullar, James, F.F.A., A.I.A., 421 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Pullinger, Rev. Bertram W., 414 21th Street West, Saskatoon, Canada. 
Punch, Cyril, Abeokuta, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
PuRCHAS, Thomas A. R., P.O. Box 272, Johannesburg. Transvaal. 
fPYBUs, Commander Henry, R.N.R., 1360 Jervis Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 



QuiN. Henry C. E., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Canada. 

QuiNN, J. W., M.L.A., P.O. Box 1454, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

tQuiNTON, Francis J., P.O. Box 662, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

QuiNTON, John Purcell, F.R.H.S., c,'o Development Co., Monrovia, Liberia. 



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Rae, James E., Queenstoivn, Sovih Africa. 

Rae, J. Stanley, Barrister-at-Law, Nassau, Bahainas. 

Rae, William, M.A., c/o Prudential Investment Co., 350 Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C., 

Canada. 
Raffalovich, Wladimir, Voerspoed, Orange Free State. 
fRAiKES, Thomas A., National Bank of Egypt, Khartoum, Sudan. 
tRAJEPAKst, Mudaliyar Tudor D. N., Gatherum, Colombo, Ceylon. 
Ralph, Charles H. D., M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., Goveryiment Medical Officer, Accra, Gold 

Coast Colony. 
Ralph, Fred W., Adelaide Club, South Australia. 
Rama-Nathan, P., C.M.G., K.C., Sukhastan, Colombo, Ceylon. 
Ramsay, Lieut.- Colonel Wm. Boswell, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
Ramsay, Wii. Millar, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Navua, Fiji. 
Ramsden, Hugh C. H., Belfidd Estate, Hampden P.O., Jamaica. 
Randell, George P. P., 2nd R. W. Kent Regiment Barracks, Peshawar, India. 
fRANKiNE, Hon. Richard S. D., M.E.C, The Treasury, Suva, Fiji. 
Ransome, Percy, P.O. Box 671, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
IRattenbury, Francis M., Victoria. B.C., Canada. 
Rattray, Atxan A., 12 O'Connell Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
fRAY, Lieut.-Colonel S. Wellington, Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada [Corresponding 

Secretary). 
Rayner, Hon. Sir Thomas Crossley, K.C., Attorney-General, Georgetown, British Guiana- 
Rea, John Ritchie, Messrs. A. E. Rea & Co., Ottawa, Canada. 

Read, Edward H.. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Senior Medical Officer, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
fREECE, Maurice D.. Agricultural Station, Tarkwa, Gold Coast Colony. 
fREED. Rev. Q. Cullen H., Native Institution, Tiger Kloof, Cape Province, South Africa. 
Rees, David, J. P., Park House, Park Avenue, East London, South Africa [Corresponding 

Secretary). 
Reid, Arthur H., C.E., F.R.I.B.A., P.O. Box 120, Cape Town, South Africa [Corresponding 

Secretary). 
fRsiD, David, Kimberley, South Africa. 

fREiD, Harry D., Reid Newfoundland Co., St. John^t, Newfoundland. 
Reid, Irvine K., M.D.. C.JL, Government Medical Officer, Berbice, British Guiana. 
Reid. James Smith, Mount Macedon. near Melbourne, Victoria. 
tRsiD. John, EldersUe, Oamaru. New Zealand. 
Reid, Mai.colm D., Bundle Street. Adelaide. South Australia. 
Reid. Robert Smith. King's Bay. Tobago, West Indies. 

Reid, Robert, cfo Straits Trading Co., Seremban, Negri Setnbilan, Federated Malay States. 
Reid. Thomas, Langhurst. Gregory's Road. Colombo, Ceylon. 
tREiD. Thomas H., F.J.I., c/o " Straits Times," Singapore. 
Reid. W. J. G., Funrhal, M ideira. 

Reid, Walter. P.O. Box 746, Johannesburg. Transvaal. 
fREiD, William D., Reid Neufouudland Co.. St. John's, Newfoundland. 
Reid, Wm. P., National Finance Co. Ltd.. Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
Reindorf, Christian J., Winneba, Gold Coast Colony. 
fREiNERS. August, cfo 3Iessrs. J. Sedgwick cfc Co., P.O. Box 68, Cape Town, South 

Afrie i. 
fRELLY. T'uLLis, Nairobi. British East Africa. 

Renner, W., M.D., Assistant Medical Officer, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
Rennie, Willia-M H., St. John's Gas Co., St. John's, Newfoundland. 
Renny-Tailyour, Eric, Mines Department, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. 
Renshaw, Samuel, Government Railway, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 
Retief, Jacobus P., Paarl, Cape Province. South Africa. 
Rettie, a. T., Spring Valley, Badulla, Ceylon. 

tREUNERT, Theodore, A.M.lnst.C.E., P.O. Box 92, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Reynard, Joseph J.. Reneidia Estate. Gadzema P.O., Rhodesia, 
fREYNOLDS, Arthur 0. P., M.B., Gwanda, Rhodesia. 



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Reynolds, Edward C, National Bank, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

fREYNOLDS, Frank, Umzinto, Natal. 

Reynolds, Henry, Estancia Bosque AUegre, Atta Gracia, F.C.C.A., Argentine Republic. 

Reynolds R., Sayidonm, Oisbnrne, New Zealand. 

■j-Rhodes, a. E. G., Barrister -at- Law, Chrislchurch. New Zealand. 

Rhodes, R. Heaton, M.H.R., Barrifiter-at-Law, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

fRHODES, Robert H., Bluediffs, Ti/naru, New Zealand. 

Rice, Cecil N., Government House, St. George^s, Grenada. 

Richards, Adam R., Grand Baaaa, Liberia. 

Richards, Frank T., 547 Flinders Street. Melbourne, Victoria. 

Richards, George Milton, Banff, Alberta, Canada. 

Richards, T. H. Hatton, Assistant Government Secretary, Nicosia, Cyprus. 

Richardson, Edward, C.E., Entebbe, Uganda. 

Richardson, John Stewart, Tyspane, Kotmale, Ceylon. 

Richardson, Newman, 95/6 Stock Exchange, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

RiCHEY, M. Henry, Bank of Montreal, Danville, Quebec, Canada. 

Richmond, James, C.M.G., Railway Department, Kingston, Jamaica. 

RiCHTER, A. H. L., District Commissioner, Quittah. Gold Coast Colony. 

Ricketts, D. Poyntz, A.M.Inst.C.E., c/o H.B.M. Consul, Tientsin, China. 

fRiDDELL, Henry Scott, Natal Bank, Greytown, Natal. 

fRiDDOCH, Hon. George, M.L.C, Koorine, Kalangadoo, Smith Australia. 

fRiDGE, Samxtel H., B.A. 

Ridley, Henry N., C.M.G., M.A., F.R.S., F.L.S., Botanical Gardens, Singapore. 

RiDSDALB, A. Cyril, C.E., Public Works Department, Lokoja, Northern Nigeria. 

fRiGBY, George Owen, M.B., F.R.C.S.E., High Street, Kyneton, Victoria. 

fRiGG, REGINAI.D S., Boksburg, Transvaal. 

Righthouse, J., P.O. Box 5595, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Riley, Right Rev. Charles Owen L., D.D., Lord Bishop of Perth, Perth, Western 

Australia. 
■f-RiMER, J. C, Kelvin Grove, Newlands, Cape Toion, South Africa. 
RissLK, CoRNELis, P.O. Box 401, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Ritchie, John Macfarlane, 19 Pitt Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
Ritchie, John Nevtll, B.A., 19 Pitt Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
■j-RiVAS, Philip A., Bellevue, Sea Point, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Riviere, Donald 0., Dominica, West Indies. 

RoBERTON, Ernest, M.D., M.R.C.S.E., Symond Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 
fRoBERTS, Colonel Charles F., C.M.G., A.D.C., Sydney, New South Wales. 
fRoBERTS, Hon. Charles J., C.M.G., M.L.C, Sydney, New South Wales. 
tRoBERTS, Charles J., P.O. Box 1771, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
jRoBERTS, CoRYTON, P.O. Box 1046, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Roberts, Herbert, P.O. Box 185, Germiston, Transvaal. 
Roberts, James A., Messrs. Murray, Roberts & Co., Dunedin, New Zealand. 
Roberts, John, C.M.G., P.O. Box 304, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
Roberts, Percy S., Kooingal, Gladstone, Queensland. 
Roberts, Reginald A., Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 
Roberts, Robert, Port Herald, Nyasaland. 

fRoBERTS, Robert H., 1670 Calle Superi, Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
Roberts, Robert Wm., La Bolsa, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
fRoBERTSON, Alexander, 157 St. Jameses Street, Montreal, Canada. 
Robertson, Alexander, M.D., CM., Tarawa, Gilbert Islands. 
fRoBERTSON, James, Yebir, North Pine, Brisbane, Queensland. 
Robertson, James W., Resident Magistrate, Thaba'ncho, Orange Free State. 
Robertson, John Ross, " Evening Telegram " Office, Toronto, Canada. 
fRoBERTSON, John S., Toganmain, Hay, New South Wales. 

Robertson, William, M.R.C.V.S., Dept. of Agriculture, Grahamsioum, South Africa. 
Robins, Frederick B., 22 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Canada. 
•{■RoBtNS, Richard Wm., 74 St. George's Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 



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1909 I Robinson, Edward Milward, 381 Main Street, Winnipeg, Canada. 
1902 I Robinson, F. Allan C, Customs Department, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 
1899 fl^OBiNSON, John, P.O. Box 2638, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1908 I Robinson, John J., J.P., Gonxikelle, Passarn, Ceylon. 

1904 j Robinson, John R., Fort Jameson, Northern Rhodesia. 

1901 I fRoBisoN, John H., 139 Vickery's Chambers, 82 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1899 fR'ODDA, Stanley N., Mungana {Chillagoe) Mining Co., Lim., Mungana, North Queensland 

{Corresponding Secretary). 

1904 fRoDOER, Major Thomas Henderson, D.S.O., The Club, Kimberley, South Africa. 
1898 fRoE, Augustus S., Police Magistrate, Perth, Western Australia. 

1905 Roe, John Blakemore, Tasmanian Club, Hobart, Tasmania. 

1910 Roe, Percy D., Akuse, Gold Coast Colony. 

1884 Rooers, Henry Adams, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1900 tRoLEs, F. Crosbie, " Times " Ofjice, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1911 RoLFB, Alfred, Gatooma, Rhodesia. 

1911 RoLLE Hamilton, M.L.C, Dominica, West Indies. 

1911 Rolls, Ole VV.. c/o Nathan & Co., Caixa 157, Bahia, Brazil. 

1905 RoLT, Frank Wardlaw, P.O. Box 154, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

1908 RoNALDSON, George Scott, Diamond Market, Kimberley, South Africa. 
1894 RooTH, Edward, P.O. Box 208, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1911 RoRisoN, Robert D., 1342 Jervis Street, Vancouver, B.C. Canada. 

1905 Rosa, John Cornelius, Harrismith, Orange Free State. 

1883 fRosADO, Hon. J. M., M.L.C, Belize, British Honduras. 

1911 Rose, John, 40, Cordova Street, E., Vancouver, B.C. Canada. 

1901 Rose-Innes, Hon. Sir James, K.C.M.G., Cape Town, South Africa. 
1907 Rosen, Jacob, P.O. Box 1647, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1905 tRosETTENSTEiN, Albert V., J.P., P.O. Box 741, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1896 tRosETTENSTEiN, Max, P.O. Box 49, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1890 Rosewarne, D. D., c/o Commercial Bank of Australia, Perth, Western Australia. 

1905 Ross, Alexander C, Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

1898 Ro'^'^, Alexander Carnegie, C.B., H.B.M. Consul, San Francisco, U.S.A. 

1899 Ross, Alexander J., Messrs. Sharpe, Rosa dt Co., Singapore. 

1906 Ross, Charles, Barrister-at-Law, Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. 

1910 Ross, G. A., Nandi, British East Africa. 

1911 Ross, James L., Messrs. D. J. Ross & Co., Colombo, Ceylon. 

1880 Ross, John, Messrs. Ross <& Glendinning, Ltd., Dunedin, New Zealand. 

1899 Ross, Reginald J. B., Police Magistrate, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

1883 Ross, Hon. William, J.P., Cape Town, South Africa. 

1892 tRoss, William, P.O. Box 151, Johannei-burg, Transvaal. 

1887 RoTHE, Waldemar H., c/o Colonial Sugar Refining Co., Lim., Sydney, New South Wales. 

1905 RouTLEDGE, ALFRED WiLLiAM, Jesselton, British North Borneo. 
1904 Rowbotham, H. J., P.O. Box 72, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

1910 RowDEN, E. G. 

1911 fRovvE, Henry E., Lumeh, Domain Road, South Yarra, Victoria. 

1909 Rowland, John Reid, Kensington, Plumtree, Southern Rhodesia. 

1906 Roy, Thomas J., Demerara Railways, Georgetown, British Guiana. 
1892 fRoYCE, William, P.O. Box 2327, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1910 fRoLE, Thomas, Charra, Tana River, vid Lamu, British East Africa. 

1911 fRuMBOLL, R. Lionel, English Club, Bartolome Mitre 478, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
1882 RuMSEY, Commander R. Murray, R.N., I.S.O. 

1909 RuMSEY, Reginald A., Canadian Bank of Commerce, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1907 Russell, Andrew H., Tunanui, Hastings, New Zealand. 

1877 Russell, Arthur E., Whare Rata, Palmerston North, New Zealand. 

1910 Russell, Hon. Mr. Justice Benjamin, Htdifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 
1898 Russell, Charles W., Union Bank of Australia, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1909 Russell, Francis, c/o Anglo, Bustenari, Roumania. 

1910 Russell, Robert H., F.R.C.S.E., 30 Powlett Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 



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Russell, W. Alison, Crown Advocate, Entebbe, Uganda. 

Russell, Wm. East, Nadarivatu, Fiji. 

Russell, Hon. Sir William R., Flaxmere, Napier, New Zealand. 

Russell-Watson, Major Wm. W., Yarroma, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Rust, Randolph, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

Rutherford, Andrew W., Mendip Hills, Canterbury, New Zealand. 

Rutherford, James, 7 Erie Street, Victoria, B.C. Canada. 

Ryan, Bernard, Namwala, Northern Rhodesia. 

Ryan, Charles G., St. Clair, Talawakele, Ceylon. 

Ryan, James, J. P., Bonavista, Newfoundland. 

Ryan, Thomas, M.P., Opey Avenue, Unley, South Australia. 

Ryan, William A., P.O. Box 149, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

Ryley, Arthur M., Secretariat, Zomba, Nyasaland. 



1905 Sach, Robert, Goldfelds Corporation. Kumaasi, Ashardi, Gold Coast Colony, 

1896 tSACHS, Leo Ferdinand, Brisbane, Queensland. 

1881 fSACHSE, Charles, Wall Strasse 5/8, Berlin, Germany. 

1890 fSACKE, Simon, P.O. Box 124, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1901 tSAEGERT, Frederick A., P.O. Box 8, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

1910 tSAOOU, Mahomad K., M.R.A.S., Bahaualpur, Punjab, India. 

1883 St. Leger, Frederick Luke, 56 St. George's Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1886 Salaman, Frederick N., 60 University Place, New York, U.S.A. 

1911 Sallust-Smith, Willlam J., J.P., Mabrook, Gibraltar (Corresponding Secretary). 
1910 Salter, Charles, Avon Lodge, Avondale Road, Armadale, Victoria. 

1904 Salter, Thomas, Brynallt, Hunter's Hill, Sydney, New South Wales ; and Australasian 

Club. 

1903 fSAMUEL, Hon. Oliver, M.L.C, Barrister -at- Law, New Plymouth, New Zealand 

{Corresponding Secretary). 

1907 Samut, Lieut. -Colonel Achilles, C.M.G., 46 Strode Ittorri, Sliema, Malta. 

1909 fSANDERS, Hugh M., Kopua, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. 

1892 Sanderson, Charles E. F., C.E., Messrs. Riley, Hargreaves df Co., Singapore. 
1900 Sanderson, Edward Murray, Glenboig, Strathclyde, Barbados. 

1910 Sanderson, Hugh S., 36 Reconguieta, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
1909 Sanderson, John G., M'lembo Estate, Fort Jameson, Northern Rhodesia. 

1911 fSANDERSON, Captain REGINALD H. D., s.s. " SelangoT,'' cjo Straits Steamship Co., 

Singapore. 

1911 Sandford, Herbert R., c/o H. F. Sandford, Titles Office, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1903 tSANDOVER, Alfred, Claremont, Western Australia. 

1900 fSANDY, James M., Blenheim, Queen Street, Burwood, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1901 Saner, Lieut. -Colonel Charles B., Turf Mines, Ltd., P.O. Box 5887, Johannesburg, 

Transvaal. 

1889 Saram, F. J. DE, J. P., Proctor. Supreme Court, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1911 Sargood, Alfred H., Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1909 fSARdooD, Percy R., Messrs. Sargood. Son tfc Eiuen, Dunedin, Neiv Zealand, 

1876 fSARJEANT, Henry, Fordell House, Wanganui, New Zealand. 

1902 Sasse, a. R. G., 488 Ldtrobe Street. Melbourne, Victoria. 

1896 fSAUNDERS, Sir Charles J. R., K.C.M.G., Victoria Club, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1893 Saunders, Edward. Torujaat, Natal. 

1901 Saunders. Major Frederick A., F.R.C.S.. L.R.C.P., F.R.G.S., Lancing House, Grahams- 

toum. South Africa {Corresponding Secretary). 

1911 Saunders, Harris M., J. P., Perth, Western Australia. 

1893 Saunders, Hon. Henry J., A.M.lnst.C.E., Weld Club, Perth. Western Awtralia. 

1891 tSAUNDERS. John H., M.B., M.R.C.S., P.O. Box 142, Perth, Western Australia. 

1903 Savage, Gabriel H., Barrister -at- Law, Sunnyside, Cape Coast, Gold Coast Colony. 
1911 Savage, T. Copeland, F.R.C.S., 27 Princes Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 

1897 fSAW, William A., Land Titles Office, Perth, Western Australia. 



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fSAWBETHAL, Hbnry, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

Sawtell, Rev. Wm. Arthur, c/o Messrs. Orindlay, Groom <£• Co., Bombay. 

Sayers, D. M., P.O. Box 510, Adelaide, South Australia. 

fScAER, VAI.ENTINE E., P.O. Box 69, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

ScAMMELL, Ernest H., 599 Curiam Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

fScANLEN, Hon. Sib Thomas, K.C.M.G., M.E.C., Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

ScHEiDEL, AuGUSTE, Ph.D., Union Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

fScHrBBHOUT, Michael J., 13 Bellevue Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 

ScHLAPFER, Edward, Caixa 162, Bahia, Brazil. • 

Scholefield, Ethelbert 0. S., 939 Pemberton Road, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

fScHOLEFiELD, Walter H., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Schooles, His Honour Sir Henry R. Pipon, Chief Justice, Oibraltar. 

ScHBEENER, SENATOR HoN. WiLLiAM P., C.M.G., K.C., Cape Town, South Africa. 

ScHULLER, OscAB H., Luderitzbucht, German S. W. Africa. 

•j-ScHULZ, J. A. AUREL, M.D., Stamford Hill Road, Durban, Natal. 

ScHUBiNK, Jan L., Lydenburg, Transvaal. 

ScLANDEES, F. Maclube, Board of Trade, Saskatoon, Canada {Corresponding Secretary). 

fScoNCE, Herbert W., Inspector of Schools, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

fScoTT, Arthur Eldon, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Mansourah, Egypt. 

Scott, Charles W., cjo Wilsons [Gla.'igow and Trinidad), Ltd., Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

Scott, Elgin, Cuyo 1222, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

Scott, Fbancis, Messrs. Eoulder Bros, d: Co., 337 CaJle Cuyo, Buenos Ayres, Argentine 

Republic. 
tScoTT, George, P.O. Box 250, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 
Scott, Henby, J.P., Eagle Chambers, Pirie Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 
tScoTT, Hon. Henry Milne, M.L.C, Eldon Chambers, Suva, Fiji. 
Scott, Samuel Tulloch, Launceston, Tasmania. 
Scott, Hon. Walter, M.P.P., Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Scott, William E., Ganges Harbour, Salt Spring Isla?id, B.C., Canada. 
Scott, William. 121 Hunter Street, Newcastle, New South Wales. 

Scott, Yuill, Messrs. G. S. Yuill d.- Co., Ltd., 6 Bridge Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Scott-Atkinson, Richabd, Postmaster-General, Jesselton, British North Borneo. 
ScovELL, G. R., African Direct Telegraph Co., Freetoion, Sierra Leone. 
Scboggs, Lieut. Habold C., R.N. (retired). Harbour Master, Port Louis, Mauritius. 
ScEUBY, Chables B., District Commissioner, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
Seaeight, Majob Hugh F., Chile. 
Seable, James, M.L.A., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 
Seavill, Cecil Eliot, P.O. Box 295, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Rbdgefield, Aethub E., Seymour, Victoria. 
fSEEAE, Hebbebt C, Gatooma, Rhodesia. 
Selmes, Heney p., J.P., P.O. Box 239, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 
Seniob, Hon. Beenaed, l.S.O., Treasurer, Colombo, Ceylon. 
Sepp, Chabi^es F., c/o Bibiani Ltd., Dunkwa, Gold Coast Colony. 
■[•Sebeueiee. Louis C, c/o General Estate and Orphan Chamber, Adderley Street, Cape Town, 

South Africa. 
Seth, Abathoon, I.S.O., The Club, Hong Kong. 
Seth-Smith, Basil, Fermoy, Stratford Street, Fendalton, Christchurch, New Zealand 

(Ccyrresponding Secretary). 
Seth-Smith, Walter, Ngapara, Oamaru, New Zealand. 

Seton-Bbowne, Hon. Geobge S., M.L.C, St. Andrews, Grenada, West Indies. 
Sevebn, Hon. Claud, Colonial Secretary, Singapore. 

Sewkll, Fane, Canadian Bank of Commerce, 268 College Street, Toronto, Canada. 
Sewell, Fbank C, 88 Exchange Buildings, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
Shackle, Fbank, Botwcll, Midnapore, Calgary, Canada. 
Shakspeaeb. Walter, Messrs. Carson d; Co., Coloinbo, Ceylon. 
tSHALLCBOSS, J. J., Trade Commissioner, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 
Shanahan, Edwaed Wm., Bombay, Auckland, New Zealand. 



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1885 

1889 

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1881 

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1904 

1904 

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1884 

1902 

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1903 

1899 

1894 

1882 

1904 

1893 

1907 

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1884 

1897 

1890 

1910 
1911 
1892 
1904 
1911 
1909 
1909 
1901 
1911 
1902 



Shand, Andrew B., J.P., P.O. Box 43, Grahatnstoivn, South Africa. 

Shand, Charles Farquhar, Moka, Mauritius. 

Shandel, Solomon, P.O. Box 2524, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Sharp, J. W. 

Sharp, W. Goodenough. 

Sharpe, Eliphalet E., Barrister-at-Law, 141 Roslyn Road, Winnipeg, Canada. 

Sharples, Norman. 

Shaxtghnessy, Sir Thomas G., K.C.V.O.. Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal, Canada. 

fSnAW, Charles Courtenay, Government House, Bloemjonlein, Orange Free State. 

Shaw, Dacre A., Coylton, Maritzburg. Natal. 

Shaw, Thomas W., P.O. Box 592. Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

Shawe, Henry B., Department of the Interior. Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Sheehan. WiLLLiM J., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., Kansanshi, Northern Rhodesia. 

Sheffield, Octavius R., cIo Commercial Bank of India, Calcutta. 

Sheldon, Thomas, Mbabane, Swaziland, South Africa. 

Shennan, Watson, High Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

tSHENTON, Edward, J.P., Weld Chib, Perth. WeMe.rn Australia. 

fSHEPHERD, James, P.O. Box 518, Johannesburg. Transvaal. 

Shepley, George F., K.C., 28 Toronto Street, Toronto, Canada. 

Sheppy. Ernest F., Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

Shepstone, Arthur J., C.M.G., Secretary for Native Affiirs. Maritzburg. Natal. 

Sheridan, Richard N., Bank of New South Wales, Bathurst Street, Sydney, New South 

Wales. 
Sherifp, His Honour Chief Justice Percy M. C, St. Lucia, West Indies [Corresponding 

Secretary). 
Sherwood, Thomas E., Makarika, Waipiro Bay, New Zealand. 

fSniRLEY, Hon. Leicester C, Hyde Hall. Clarks Toitm P.O., Jamaica. 

fSHOOBRiDGE, RoBERT W. G., J.P., Valleyfield. New Norfolk, Tasmania. 

Shores, John W., C.M.G., M.Inst.C.E., Rutland, Scottwille. Maritzburg, Natal. 

fSnORT, Louis W., 18 Kock Street, Joubert Park, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fSHRAGER, Isaac. 

Shrimpton, Walter, Mafapiro, Napier, New Zealand. 

fSiEDLE, Otto, P.O. Box 31, Durban, Natal. 

SiFTON, Hon. Clifford, K.C, 215 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, Canadn. 

fSiLBERBAUER, CH.4RLES F., Rondebosch, Cape Province, South Africa. 

+S1MKINS, Edward, Whitecliff, Greyfown, Natal. 

Simmons, Hon. C. J., M.L.C, St. Vincent, West Indies. 

fSiMPSON, G. Morris, Au,stralian Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

fSiMPSON, Richard M., Phoenix Assurance Co., Wellington, New Zealand. 

Simpson, Robert M., M.D., 456 Main Street, Winnipeg, Canada. 

Sims, Arthur, 143 Hereford Street, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

SiMsoN, Noel C. S. (Lieut. R.G.A.), Government House, Hong Kong. 

SiMSON, R. J. P., Melbourne did), Melbourne, Victoria. 

SiNCKLER, Edward G., Police Magistrate, Gibbes Plantation, St. Peter, Barbados [Corresponding 
Secretary). 

Sinclair-Stevenson, Sir Edmond, M.D., Strathallan Hov^e, Rondebosch, Cape Province, 
Soidh Africa. 

fSiNGER, Morris, Jumbo Hotel, Mazoe, Rhodesia. 

SiNNOTT, Herbert A., B.A., 536 \Uh Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 

Skerman, Surgeon-General Sidney, M.R.C.S.E., Marton, Rangitikei, New Zealand. 

fSKERRETT, Ch-^rles P., K.C, Wellington, New Zealand. 

Skerrett, Kino, Hurlingham Club, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 

tSKiNNER, Harry Ross, P.O. Box 111, Roodepoort, Transvaal. 

Skinner, Irvine S., M.H.A., Crab Hill Plantation, St. Lucy, Barbados. 

fSLACK, William J., Belize, British Ho-nduras. 

Slater, Isaac S., Bank of British West Africa, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

t Slinoer, David L., Gi-een Hill, St. George's, Grenada. 



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Sloley, Sir Herbert C, K.C.M.G., The Residency, Maseru, Basutoland, South Africa. 

Small, John D., L.R.C.S., L.S.A. 

Small, John T., K.C, 24 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Canada {Corresponding Secretary). 

Smallwood, Henry A., Treasury, Nairobi, British East Africa. 

fSMiTH, Alfred, Pacific Cable Board, Suva, Fiji. 

Smith, Professor Alfred Mica, Ballarat, Victoria. 

Smith, Alexander, Treasury, Nairobi, British East Africa. 

Smith, Arthur Ashdown, P.O. Box 141, Durban, Natal. 

tSMiTH, Arthur Johnstone, Selati Railway Extension, vid Komatipoort, Transvaal. 

Smith, Charles A., Harbour Board, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Smith, Charles H., A.R.I.B.A., The Gables, Rondebusch, Cape Province, Souih Afrita. 

Smith, Colin, c/o Bank of New South Wales, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Smith, E. H., St. George, Queensland. 

fSMTTH, Sir Edwin Thomas, K.C.M.G., Adelaide, South Australia. 

Smith, F. B., Agricultural Department, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Smith, F. Caley, Aldgate, South Australia. 

Smith, Franpis. 

tSMiTH. Captain George A.G.A. 

Smith, George, 204 Clarence Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Smith, Hon. George, C.M.G., Colonial Secretary, Port Loiiis, Mauritius. 

Smith, George Douglas, C.M.G., The Treasury, Entebbe, Ugaiida {Corresponding Secretary). 

Smith, Hon. George John, M.L.C, Chnslchurch, New Zealand. 

fSMiTH, H. G. Seth, Northern Club, Auckland, New Zealand {Corresponding Secretary). 

fSMiTH, H. Jasper, P.O. Box 1006, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Smith, Herbert H., Spencer Farm, Balgowan, Natal. 

ISmith, James Carmichael. Killarney, St. Saviours Road, Jersey. 

tSMiTH, John Clifford, Mouroolbark Park, Lilydale, Victoria. 

Smith, John VV. Y., Moncton, New Brunswick. Canada. 

Smith, Laurence, The Treasury, Zomba, Nyasaland. 

Smith, Hon. Miles Staniforth C, Port More-^by, Papua {vid Australia). 

Smith, Richard, Messrs. Harris, Scarfe ds Co., Gawler Place, Adelaide, South Australia. 

fSMiTH, Robert Gemmell, Union Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Smith, Robert J., Land Settlement Board, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

Smith, Robert Murray, C.M.G., Repton, Toarak Road, Mdhourne, Victoria. 

Smith, R. Tottenham, Standard Bank, Joluinnesburg, Transvaal. 

tSMiTH, Sydney, F.R.G.S., Stipendiary Magistrate, Suva, Fiji. 

+SMITH, William, Salisbury Club, Rhodesia. 

tSMiTH, William, Water Street, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

Smith, W. E.. Railway Department, Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. 

fSMiTH, Wm. Edwards, M.R.A.C, P.O. Box 1330, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Smith, Wm. Ferguson, Brooksville, Florida, U.S.A. 

Smithers, Henry, Messrs. J. Robertson ds Co., P.O. Box 279, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Smith-Rewse, Geoffrei' B., Ellice Islands, Western Pacific. 

Smithson, Samuel P., Barrister -at -Law, Timaru, New Zealand. 

Smuts, Charles F., South African Mutual Life Assurance Society, Cape Town, Sovih Africa. 

fSMUTS, C. Peter, M.B., C.M.(Edin. ),c/o Sovih African Association, 6 Church Square, Cape 

Town, South Africa. 
fSMUTS, Johannes, I.S.O., Deeds Office, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
Smuts, Louis B., Civil Service Clid), Cape Town, South Africa. 
Smyth, Herbert Warinoton, M.A., F.G.S., Mine^ Department, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
Smyth, J. W., P.O. Box 314, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Sneli, John P. Brooking, L.M.S.S.A. (Lend.) P.O. Box A, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
tSNEwiN, Captain Walter, e/o Messrs. McAlister dk Co., Ltd.. Singapore. 
Snow, Lieut.-Colonel Rochfort, V.D., Christchurch, New Zealand. 
Snowden, Sir Arthur, 433 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Solomon, A. Kenneth, M.H.A., Attorney-at-Law, Nassau, Bahamas. 
Solomon, Senator Hon. Sib Edw. P., K.C.M.G., P.O. Box 424, Johannesburg, Transvaait 



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1896 fSoLOMON, Harry, P.O. Box 1388, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1883 Solomon, Hon. Justice Sir William Henry, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
1894 fSoMERSET, Edmund T., P.O. Box 43, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1888 ' fSoMERSHiELD, OscAR, Civil Service Club, Cape Town, South AJrica. 

1892 I SOMERVILLE, FREDERICK G. 

1909 ! SoRABJEE, M., Mombasa, British East Africa. 
1911 South, Ernest H., Hunyani, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 

1905 I SowDEN, William J., J.P., Park Terrace, Eastwood, Adelaide, South Australia. 
1911 Spain, Harry G., Government Electrician, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

1904 Spark, Willl4M Staley, 506 Manning Chambers, Toronto, Canada. 

1902 Sparks, Lieut.-Colonel Harry, V.D., Calthorpe Hall, Sydenham, Durban, Natal. 

1905 Speke, Augustus Grant, Assistant Collector, Entebbe, Uganda. 

1904 Spence, Frank, Stipendiary Magistrate, Naviia, Fiji. 
1896 -j-Spence, Robert H., Rosebank, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1911 Spiceb, Phzlip, Vancouver Club, B.C., Canada. 

1910 Spire, Frederick, Provincial Commissioner, Jinja, Uganda. 

1909 Spitzer, John R., Government Railway, Sekondi, Gold Coast Colony. 

1881 Sprigg, Right Hon. Sir J. Gordon, G.C.M.G., Cape Town, South Africa. 

1905 Sprigg, W. Gordon, Y.M.C.A., Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
1905 Sproule, Milton, 485 Elgin Avenue, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1902 Sproule, Percy J., B.A., Solicitor -General, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

1896 Spurrier, Alfred H., L.R.C.P., Prison Island Sanitary Station, Zanzibar. 

1910 Squires, R. Anderson, LL.B., M.H.A., St. John's, Newfoundland. 
1907 Stallard, Charles F., P.O. Box 5156, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1907 Stanford, J. Henry, Department of the Interior, Ottawa, Canada. 
1892 f Stanley, Arthur, Middelburg, Transvaal. 

1882 Stanley, Henry C, M.Inst.C.E., Fiizroy Chainbers, Adelaide Street, Brisbane, Queensland. 

1894 Stanley, Joseph Henry, Eton Vale, Cambooya, Queensland. 
1907 Stanley, Captain William Blakeney, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

1911 fSTAPYLTON, Alan, A.M.Inst.C.E., Assam-Bengal Railway, Mariani, Upper Assam, India. 
1910 Starkey, Frederick E., Belize, British Honduras. 

1910 Starkey, Tom R., Belize, British Honduras. 

1910 fSTAWELL, Jonas M., Union Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1910 Stawell, Richard R., M.D., 45 Spring Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1905 IStayt, William, Danebury, Terrace Road, Bertrams, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1907 Steadman, Vincent, Vindobona, Orange Grove Road, Singapore. 

1904 Steedman, Mark Crombie, c/o Messrs. Millers, Ltd., Soltpond, Gold Coast Colony. 

1910 Steele, Andrew W. M., Customs Department, Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 

1910 f Steers, William E., c,o Yokohama Specie Bank. Tokio, Japan. 

1912 Stenberg, Ernest G., State Electrical Office, Perth, Western Australia. 

1895 Stephen, Hon. Sir Henry, c/o E. G. Dawes, Esq., 28 Castlereayh Street, Sydney, New South 
Wales. 

Stephens, Cornelius V., Ipoh, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

Stephens, Wm. Francis, Mahe, Seychelles. 

Stephenson, Arthur, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. 

Stephenson, George E. 

Stevens, Charles, Schiittes Draai, Ficksburg, Orange Free State. 

fSTEVENS, Daniel C, F.R.G.S., City Club, Cape Town, South Africa. 

Stevens, Ernest G., C.E., Engineer of Roads, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

fSTEVENS, Hon. Ernest J., M.L.C., Courier Buildings, Brisbane, Queensland. 

JStevens, Frank, C.M.G., 389 West Street, Durban, Natal. 

Stevens, George N., Chenderiang, Perak, Federated Malay States. 

fSTEVENS, HiLDEBRAND W. H., Hamcrton, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, Queensland. 

Stevens, Percival, A.M.Inst.C.E., Pvhlic Works Department, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

Stevenson, Thomas, P.O. Box 411, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Steward-Evans, Willl4.m, Castle Brewery, P.O. Box 274, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 

Stewart, Edward C, P.O. Box 193, Auckland, New Zealand. 

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Royal Colonial Institute. 

Stewart, Georqe, Rhodesia, Ltd., Bulaivayo, Rhodesia. 

Stewart, James, M.Inst.C.E., Auckla)id, New Zealand. 

Stewart, John, Venture Estate, Kalthuritty, Travancore, India. 

Stewart, John Cheape, Just Right Farm, Hartley, Rhodesia. 

tSTEWART, MoLeod, 383 Frank Street, Ottawa, Canada. 

Stewart, Robert P., Immigration Department, Georgetown, British Guiana. 

Stewart, Thomas H., Gemas P.O., Negri Semhilan, Federated Malay States. 

fSTEWART, Thomas, M.B., CM., P.O. Box 88, Salisbury, Rhodesia {Corresponding Secretary). 

Stewart, Thomas, St. George's Chambers, Cape Town, South Africa. 

fSTEYTLER, Henry de Villiers, P.O. Box 174, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Stirton, Thomas A., Warrigal Cluh, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Stobart, St. Clahi E. M., Assistant Resident, Northern Nigeria. 

fSTOCK, Edward J., National Mutual Life Association, 305 Collins Street, Melbourne, 

Victoria. 
Stock, Wh,liam F., J.P., Tregenna, Walkerville, North Adelaide, South Australia. 
Stockdale, REGrMALD H., Quatre Bornes, Mauritius. 

fSTOHR, Frederic 0., M.B., Kapiri, Katanga, Northern Rhodesia [vid Cape Town). 
Stokes, Frederick W., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
•j-Stokbs, Stephen, Park Road, Kimberley, South Africa. 
Stone, G. W. Tinslay, Saskatoon, Canada. 
Stone, Harry, P.O. Box 3217, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Stone, Henry, Montacute, Evelyn Scrub, Herberton, Queensland. 
Stone, Samuel, P.O. Box 234, Kimberley, South Africa. 

fSTONESTREET, GeORGE D. 

Stopford, The Hon. James Richard N. 

Stouqhton, William A., Rosenroll, Alberta, Canada. 

Strachan, John, Jumbo Hotel, Mazoe, Rhodesia. 

Strachan, William L., Ceylon. 

Stranack, Morris Wm., P.O. Box 169, Durban, Natal. 

Stranack, William, P.O. Box 169, Durban, Natal. 

Straton, James, K.C., St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. 

fSTREET, Alfred R., Union Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

fSTRiCKLAND, H.E., SiR Gerald, K.C.M.G., Government House, Perth, Western Australia. 

fSTRiNGER, J, Walter, K.C, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

Strombom, W. E. S., Board of Trade, Nassau, Bahamas. 

Strong, Aylmer C. 

fSTRONQ, Edgar H., M.R.C.S., P.O. Box 193, Bulaivayo, Rhodesia. 

Strong, Walter M., M.D., Port Moresby, Papua {vid Australia). 

fSTRUBEN, Arthur M. A., A.M.Iiist.C.E., P.O. Box 1228, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

•fSTRUBEN, Charles F. W., M.L.A., Barrister-at-Law, Strubenheim, Rosebank, Cape Province, 

South Africa. 
fSTRUBEN, H. W., J.P., Strubenheim, Rosebank, Cape Province, South Africa. 
fSTRUBEN, Robert H., Tafelberg Hall, Middelburg. Cape Province, South Africa. 
fSTUART, Alan L. C, LL.D., District Judge, Papho, Cyprus. 
fSTUART, James, Native Affairs Department, Maritzburg, Natal. 
Stuart, James, Lands Department, Suva, Fiji. 

Stuart, Lieut. -Colonel J. Duff, 1220 Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
tSTUART, Robert H. F., M.Inst.C.E., F.C. Pacifico, 783 Florida, Buenos Aires, Argentine 

Republic. 
Stuart, Roland, South Africa. 
Stuart, Professor T. P. Anderson, M.D., LL.D., TAe University, Sydney, New South 

Wales. 
Stuart, Captain W., Military Police, Burma {Corresponding Secretary). 
Stubbs, Wm. Walter, Assistant District Commissioner, Southern Nigeria. 
fSTUCKE, W. H., A.R.I.B.A., P.O. Box 2271, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Stuckey, Leonard C, Tarkwa, Gold Coast Colony. 
IStudholmb, John, Coldstream, Hinds, Christchurch, New Zealand. 



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1902 fSTTTDHOLME, JoSEPH F., Ruanui, Wanganui, New Zealand. 

1911 Sturrock, F. Claud, Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal (Corresponding Secretary). 

1910 Sttjrrock, J. C. R., The Lubiri, Mengn, Uganda. 

1911 Stuttaford, Irving, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1911 SuLiVAN, Henry E., c/o Swedish Canadian Lumber Co., Nordin, New Brunswick, Canada. 

1911 StTLLivAX, Edward P. C. 

1910 Sutherland, Peter R., Messrs. Cameron d: Sutherland, Melbourne, Victoria. 
1889 Sutton, Hon. Sir George M., K.C.M.G., Fair Fell, Howick, Natal. 

1911 Sutton, Morris A., Thorncy, Howick, Natal. 

1896 SwABY, The Right Rev. William P., D.D., Lord Bishop of Barbados, Bishopscourt, Bridge- 
town, Barbados. 

1881" fSwAN, Hon. Mr. Justice Robert A., Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

1905 SwANSON, William G., P.O. Box 220, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1884 SwAYNB, Joseph Quicke, Sullens River, British Honduras. 

1897 Sword, Thomas S., Land Court, Brisbane, Queensland. 

1881 fSYMON, Senator Hon. Sir Josiah Henry, K.C.M.G., K.C., Adelaide, South Australia. 

1885 fSYMONS, David, P.O. Box 469, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1893 Symonds, Henry, M.D., Kimberley, Sovih Africa. 



1911 Taberer, Henry M., Queen^s Road, Parhtown, Johannesburg, Transvaal, 

1910 Tahourdin, R. Hannay, 2 Somerset Place, Queen's Road, Guernsey. 

1901 Tainton, John Warwick, Advocate, 233 Church Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1901 Tambaci, C, C. Tambaci <h Cie., Marseilles. 

1908 Tamplin, Ernest H., Athenceum Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1907 Tancock, J. L., Allakolla Estate, Madulkelle, Ceylon. 

1902 I -j-Tannahlll, Thomas F., M.D., Queenstown, South Africa. 
1877 ! -j-Tanner, Thomas, Riverslea, Napier, New Zealand. 

1905 j Tanner, Wm. Hugh, P.A.S.I., Public Works Department, Nairobi, British East Africa. 
1897 j -j-Tannock, John P., M.B., CM., Rooiberg, vid Warmbaths, Transvaal. 

1909 1 Taplin, Burton M., Assist. District Commissioner, Accra, Oold Coast Colony. 

1910 Tarby, John P., Waiyanitu, Navua, Fiji. 

1907 Tarrant, Humphrey M., Assistant Treasurer, Entebbe, Uganda. 

1910 Tate, Harry R., District Commissioner, Kyambu, British East Africa. 

1904 Tatham, Charles, J. P., Greytown, Natal. 

1894 Tatham, Frederic Spence, K.C, 7 Timber Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1895 Tatham, Ralph H., S. A. Merchants' Corporation, P.O. Box 234, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1904 Taverner, Hon. Sir John W. 

1910 fTAYLER, Charles H., cjo Messrs. Finlay, Fleming <& Co., P.O. Box 181, Rangoon, Burma. 

1910 I t'l'^'^'-E'^' Captain Thomas, c/o Messrs. Finlay, Fleming cb Co., P.O. Box 181, Rangoon, 
I Burma. 

1902 fTAYLOE, Adolphus j. 

1909 • Taylor, Frederick W., Polly Brewan, Walgett, New South Wales. 

1911 ' Taylor, George M., P.O. Box 27, Benoni, Transvaal. 

1897 Taylor, Herbert J., Chief Native Commissioner, Bulawayo, Rhodesia. 

1898 fTAYLOR, J. Howard, Perth, Western Australia. 

1909 j Taylor, Joseph Watson, 1070 Homer Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
1911 Taylor, Thomas, 39 Plaza Cervantes, Manila, Philippine Islands. 

1882 -j-Taylor, William, Clarendon Street East, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1883 i Taylor, Hon. W. F., M.L.C, M.D., 8 Wharf Street, Brisbane, Queensland {Corresponding 

Secretary). 
1911 Taylor, Rev. William G., 139 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
1902 ^Taylor, William Irwin, M.D., M.R.C.S., Government Medical Officer, Calabar, Sotithern 

< Nigeria. 

1890 Taylor, Sir William T., K.C.M.G. 
1893 Teece, Richard, Australian Mutual Provident Society, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1910 Templeman, Hon. William, Inland Revenue Department, Ottawa, Canada. 



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Templee, George D., Forests Department, Batticaloa, Ceylon, 

Tennant, DA^^D, J.P., Atlorney-at-Law, P.O. Box 232, Cape Town, South Africa. 

fTENNANT, HeRCXTLES, C.M.G. 

Teschemaker, Thomas, J.P., Ofaio, Timaru, New Zealand. 

Teschemaker-Shutb, Charles de V., Avondale Station, Eemvick, Marlborough, New 
Zealand. 

*Theal, George M'Call, LL.D., Wynberg, Cape Tovm, South Africa. 

fTHEOMiN, DA^^D E., Dunedin, New Zealand. 

THEOPHiLtrs, Davtd, P.O. Box 72, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Thiselton, Albert E., P.O. Box 985, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Thomas, Alfred B., W aimer. Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

Thomas, C. Neumann, Cape Tovm, South Africa. 

fTnoMAS, Charles C, Government Surveyor, P.O. Box 54, Bethlehem, Orange Free State. 

Thomas, Claitd Wm., C.E., P.O., Perth, Western Australia. 

Thomas, Ebenezer J., Melbourne, Victoria. 

Thomas, Edward N., Survey Department, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

Thomas, Frederick A., Suva, Fiji. 

Thomas, Frederick J., Selukwe, Rhodesia. 

fTHOMAS, Hon. James J., C.M.G., M.L.C., Wilberforce House, Gloucester Street, Freetown, 
Sierra Leone. 

•[•Thomas, J. Edwin, Cavendish Chambers, Grenfell Street Adelaide, South Australia 
{Corresponding Secretary), 

Thomas, Hon. John H., M.L.C, J.P., Little East Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

fTnoMASSET, Hon. Hans P., M.L.C, Cascade Estate, Mahc, Seychelles. 

Thompson, Henry N., Forests Department, Calabar, Southern Nigeria. 

Thompson, Percy G., District Commissioner, Southern Nigeria. 

Thompson, Hon. William A., Treasurer, Stanley, Falkland Islands. 

fTnoMrsoN, William J., J.P., Verulam, Natal. 

f Thomson, Arthur H. 

fTnoMsoN, Hon. Dugald, Wyreepi, Milson's Point, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Thomson, George Watt, c/o Pearl Lake Q.M. Co., Aura Lake P.O., Porcupine, Ontario, 
Canada. 

Thomson, J. Moffat, Ndola District, Northern Rhodesia. 

Thomson, John Erskine, M.B., CM., Perth Club, Western Australia. 

Thomson, John Sinclair, c/o National Bank, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

Thomson, Wm. Burns, J.P., Harrismith, Orange Free State. 

fTnoMSON, William Charles, 340 Pender Street West, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

Thorne, Thomas Lane, Attorney-at-Law, 20 Bureau Street, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

fTnoRNE, William J., clo Messrs. Sluttaford di Co., Adderley Street, Cape Town, Soiith 

Africa. 
Thobnes, Joseph, 83 Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand. 
Thornton, Lieut. G. J., B.S.A. Police, Salisbury, Rhodesia. 
Thornton, Hon. Mr. Justice S. Leslie, Penang, Straits Settlements. 
Thornton, Thomas, Rua Itacolomy 1, Hygienopolis, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 
tTHORNTON, William. 

Thruston, Edmund H., J. P., D.L., Dawson City, Yukon, Canada. 
Thwaites, Norman G., " The World,''' Pulitzer Building, New York, U.S.A. 
Thynne, Hon. Andrew J., M.L.C, A.M. P. Chambers, Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland. 
TiLLEY, Albert, Audit Office, P.O. Box 446, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
TiTLEY, William G. N., Musk Creek, Dayhfford, Victoria. 
j-ToLHURST, George E., Grant Road, Wellington, New Zealand, 
■fToLL, Benjamin, Charters Towers, Queensland. 

Tolland, James Pulteney, C.E., Survey Department, Entebbe, Uganda., 
ToMKDJS, Stan-ley C, C.M.G. 

fToMLiNSON, George J. F., Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 
Tomlinson, His Honour Judge Thomas S., Zanzibar. 
Toogood, John F., A.I.M.M., F.R.G.S., Eiffel Blue Mine, Gatooma, Rhodesia. 



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1883 I fToPP, James, Bathursl, Gambia, West Africa. 

1906 TouLMiN, Evelyn M. 0., 130 Calle Lavalle, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic. 
1912 I TowEB, H. E., Sib Reginald T., K.C.M.G., C.V.O., British Legation, Buenos Aires, Argen- 
tine Republic 

TowNSEND, His Honour Wm. Richard, B.A., Circuit Judge, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

tTozEB, Hon. Sib Horace, K.C.M.G., Maryville, Gympie, Queensland. 

Trapp, Arthur C, 54 Qneen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

fTRAVERS, Benjamin. 

JTravers, E. a. 0., M.R.C.S., State Surgeon, Kwala Lumpur, Federated Malay States. 

fTRAVERS, John Edmund de la Cour, Pilgrims' Rest, Transvaal. 

fTREGARTHEN, Wm. Coulson, The Hermitage, Queenstown, South Africa. 

Trelawny, Edward, P. & 0. S. N. Co., 32 Bridge Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Tremearne, Major A. J. N., B.A., D.Anth., F.R.G.S. 

tTREUSCH, John B., M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., Pacific Cable Board, Fanning Island. 

Tricks, Frederick C, 600 Malvern Road, East Prahran, Melbourne, Victoria. 

fTRiMiNGHAM, NoRMAN S. P., A.M.Iust.C.E., cfo Canadian Northern Railway, Lytton, 
B.C., Canada. 

•j-Tripp, C. Howard, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand. 

Tbipp, John M. H., Sllverton, Woodbury, South Canterbury, New Zealand. 

tTBiPP, Leonard 0. H., Barrister-at-Law, Wellington, New Zealand. 

Tripp, Walter C. Howard, Survey Department, Colombo, Ceylon. 

fTROTT, Hon. Dudley, M.B., M.E.C., Cardiff, Pembroke, Bermuda. 

Tuchten, Jose G., P.O. Box 84, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Tucker, G. A., Mushroom Valley, Winburg, Orange Free State. 

Tucker, Lieut.-Colonel J. J., M.P., St. John, New Brunswick. 

Tucker, W. J. Sanger, J.P., P.O. Box 122, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

fTucKER, Senator Hon. William Kidger, C.M.G., P.O. Box 9, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Tudhope, William S. D., Director of Agriculture, Aburi, Gold Coast Colony. 

Tudor, His Honour Chief Justice Daniel T., Nassau, Bahamas. 

TcTGMAN, Herbert St. John, New Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Tugwell, Right Rev. Bishop Herbert, D.D., Lagos. Southern Nigeria. 

TuppER, J. Stewart, K.C., Ravenscourt, Winnipeg, Canada. 

fTUBLAND, A. DE SaLES. 

fTaRNBULL, Alexlinder H., F.libank, Wellington, New Zealand {Corresponding Secretary). 

■j-TuRNBULi,, Aubrey M. D., Blantyre, Nyasaland {Corresponding Secretary). 

fTuRNBULL, George, Feilding, New Zealand. 

TuRNBULL, Robert McGregor, Linburn Station, Otago, Neiv Zealand. 

TuRNBULL, Robert T., Wellington, New Zealand. 

Turner, Alfred G., Axim, Gold Coast Colony. 

fTuRNER, Frank, P.O. Box 372. Germiston, Transvaal. 

Turner, Frederick A., Eaitern Produce Co., Ltd., 6 Battery Road, Singapore. 

fTuRNER, Henry Gyles, Bundalohn, Tennyson Street, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. 

Turner, John, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

tTURTOK, C. D. 

Tweedy, E. Herbert, Senior Medical Officer, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

TwiTCHELL, Right Rev. Thomas C, D.D., Lord Bishop of Polynesia, Bishop's Lodge, Suva, 

Fiji. 
Tyars, George P., P.O. Box 404, Cape Town, South Africa. 
tTYSON, Captain Thomas G., Kimberley Club, Kimberley, South Africa. 
Tyssen, Francis D., Police Department, Nairobi, British East Africa. 



Underwood, Edwabd Wiu.iam, Tallandoom, Koogong-Koot Road, Hawthorn, Melbourne, 

Victoria. 
Unwin, Arthur Harold, Forests Department, Olokemeji, Western Province, Southern 
Nigeria. 
1911 i fUNWiN, Duncan H., Erroll, Hatton, Ceylon. 



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Unwin, Frederick, Bank of British West Africa, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
fUpPLEBY, John G., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 
Usher, Hon, Archibald R., M.L.C, Belize, British Honduras. 



1906 I fVALLANCEY, Wm. BERTRAM, Juiiior Civil Service Club, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1911 j Vallet, Lotjis A., Curepipe, Mauritius. 

190G • VAmadeva, Ramanathan, Sukhastan, Colomlo, Ceylon. 

1908 I Van Alphen, Johannes G. de Labat, B.A., c/o Assistant R.M., Hopefield, Cape Province^ 

South Africa. 

1892 Van Boeschoten, Sir Johannes G., P.O. Box 611, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1889 Van Breda, Servaas, Hauploille, Constantia Road, Wynberg, South Africa. 

1900 Van Cuylenburg, Lieut.-Colonel Hector, Colombo, Ceylon. 
1906 I Vandeleur, John F. B., 3 Dineen Building, Toronto, Canada. 

1910 I Van der Byl, Peter F., cjo Standard Bank, Ficksburg, Orange Free State. 

1896 j j-V'ander Hoven, H. G., P.O. Box 22, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1887 I Van der Riet, Thomas F. B., Attorney-at-Law, Orahamstown, South Africa. 

1905 Van Hien, Henry, Winneba, Gold Coast Colony. 

1904 IVan Hulsteyn, Sir William, P.O. Box 46, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1885 Van Renen, Henry, Interlaken, Kenilworth, Cape Town, South Africa. 
1884 Van-Senden, E. W., Ravenscroft, Walkerville, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1910 -j-Van Sickle, Rhesa, Nigerian Bitumen Corporation, Lagot, Southern Nigeria. 
1895 I Van Ulsen, Dirk, Kimberley, South Africa. 

1911 ! Vardon, Senator Hon. Joseph, Gresham Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1899 IVassallo, E. C, M.A., LL.D., Advocate, Professor of International Law, The Universiiy, 

Malta. 

1899 Vautin, H. D., Northern Mines, Lawlers, Western Australia. 

1908 Vavasour, Henry D., Ugbrooke Station, Blenheim, New Zealand. 

1909 Veitch, Thomas Drysdale, Royal Bank of Canada, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 
1883 f Velge, Charles Eugene, Singapore. 

1910 fVENN, Harry N., Colonial Secretariat, Pretoria, Transvaal. 

1899 Verco, Joseph C., M.D., F.R.C.S., North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1909 Vernon, H. E. Harcourt, 29 Springhurst Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 

1886 fVERSFELD, Dirk, J.P., Attorney -at- Laiv, Riversdale, Cape Province, South Africa. 

1901 fVlCKERS, Albert, Civil Service Club, Cape Town, South Africa. 
1895 f ViGNE, James Talbot, Market Square, Kimherly, South Africa. 

1911 ViLLiERS, Oliver, Summerland, Okanagan Valley, B.C., Canada. 

1889 tViNCENT, Major William Sladb, Beaumont, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1911 ViNER, Alfred T. A., P.O. Box 18, Jagersfontein, Orange Free State. 

1902 Vintcent, Alwyn J., M.L.A., Mossel Bay, South Africa. 

1895 ViRET, Hon. A. Percival, Collector of Customs, Freetown, Sierra Leone. 

1911 Virgo, John J. 

1903 ViscHER, Hans, Director of Education, Zungeru, Northern Nigeria. 

1910 fViSRAM, A. Allidina, Mombasa, British East Africa. 

1897 Von Sturmer, Spencer W., P.O. Box 1019, Sydney, New South Wales. 

1896 Vreede, Dirk E., c/o Messrs, Liebermann, Bellstedl <& Co., Durban, Natal. 

1912 Vrooman, Frank B., B.Sc, Ph.D., Victoria, B.C. Canada. 



1903 Wackrill, Herbert J., P.O. Box 885, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
1906 Waddell, William P., 18 Collyer Quay, Singapore. 

1902 Wade, Frederick C., K.C, P.O. Box 416, Vancouver, B.C. Canada. 

1904 Wadman, Reginald F. C, Excise Department, Bassein, Burma. 

1911 Wadson, Hon. Sir Thomas J., M.C.P., Cedar Avenue, Hamilton, Bermuda. 

1885 fWAiTE, Peter, Urrbrae, Adelaide, South Australia. 

1910 Wakefield, Oliver, Rutherglen, Victoria, Australia. 

1889 ' fWAKEFORD, George C, Niekerk's Rush, Barkly West, Cape Province, South Africa. 



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1883 Waldron, Derwent, M.B., CM. 

1908 ; Waldron, Henry, J.P., Beaver Island, FalJdand Islands. 
1903 Wale, Wm. C, Transport Dept., Kumassi, Gold Coast Colony. 

1898 i fWALKER, A. Blofield, P.O. Box 73, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1902 •{• Walker, Alan C, Huonden, Macquarie Street, Hobart, Tasmania. 

1910 Walker, Andrew G., Salisbury Club, Rliodesia. 

1906 -f- Walker, Arthur, P.O. Box 174, Germiston, Transvaal. 

1909 Jwalker, Sir B. Edmund, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., Long Garth, Toronto, Canada. 

1899 fWALKER, Cecil, Barrister-at-Law, Lindfield, Holebrooh Place, Hobart, Tasmania. 

1910 Walker, His Honour Judge David M., 387 Broadway, Winnipeg, Canada. 

1893 fWALKER, Hon. Giles F., J.P., Colombo, Ceylon. 

1911 Walker, Harry, Kinellan, Dominica, West Indies. 

1911 fWALKER, James F., Jemima Rubber Estates, Mamban, Negri Sembilan, Federated Malay 

States. 

1900 fWALKER, Senator Hon. James T., 109 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
1891 fWALKER, R. Leslie, Hobart, Tasmania. 

1883 fWALKER, Lieut. -Colonel R. S. Frowd, C.M.G. 

1912 Walker, Wm. Dalziel, Ohanagan Mission, B.C., Canada. 

1911 f Wall, Arthur H., Te Karaua, Manutuke, Gisborne, New Zealand. 

1910 Wall, Henry Hoyle, J.P., Gisborne, New Zealand {Corresponding Secretary). 

1882 Wall, T. A. 

1910 f Wallace, Alexander, Robinson Deep G.M. Co., P.O. Box 1488, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1894 Wallace, Edward Clement, 88 Rua de S. Nicolau, 4, Lisbon, Portugal. 

1894 Wallace, Lawrence A., C.M.G. , A.M.Inst.C.E., Government House, Livingstone, Northern 
Rhodesia. 

1907 Wallace, Stuart G., P.O. Box 1155, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

1909 Wallace, Willum S., McMaster University, Toronto, Canada. 

1910 Wallace, Captain W. T. E., A.M.I.E.E., Telegraphs Department, Entebbe, Uganda. 

1903 Wallen, Charles E., Oil Springs, Ontario, Canada. 

1905 Wallen, Edwin K., Kasbenski, Grosny, Terek Province, Russia. 

1901 Wallen, John Henry, The Oilfields, Giiaya Guayare, Trinidad. 
1907 fWALLis, Arthur H., Manugarva, Gisborne, New Zealand. 
1894 fWALLis, The Right Rev. Bishop Frederic, D.D. 

1896 Wallis, Hon. Henry R., C.M.G., Chief Secretary, Entebbe, Uganda. 
1901 Walpole, R. H., Assurance and Trust Co., Ltd., Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 
1889 f Walsh, Albert, P.O. Box 39, Cape Town, South Africa. 

1900 V/alsh, Commander J. T., R.N.R., Marine Supt., Canadian Pacific Railway, Montreal, 
Canada. 

1903 ! Walsh, Frank, B.A., J.P., Carnarvon, Cape Province, South Africa {Corresponding Secretary). 

1906 Walton, George L., M.I.N.A., M.I.M.E., Marine Department, Lagos, Southern Nigeria, 
1881 fWANLiss, Thomas D., Ballarat, Victoria. 

1910 Ward, Alec C, P.O. Box 12, Mombasa, British East Africa. 

1879 AVard, Lieut. -Colonel Hon. Charles J., C.M.G., M.P.C., Kingston, Jamaica. 

1910 fWARD, Right Hon. Sir Joseph G., Bart., K.C.M.G., Wellington, New Zealand. 
1873 fWARD, William Curtis, Victoria, B.C., Canada. 

1904 Warden, William, 519 Bartolome Mitre, Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic {Corresponding 
j Secretary). 

1911 j Wardill, Major B. J., Melbourne Cricket Club, 352 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
1910 '• Wardrop, Alexander, Planters' Association, Kandy, Ceylon. 

1904 '• Wardrop, John Glen, Colombo, Ceylon. 

1903 I fWARDROP, John Nimmo, F.R.G.S., Messrs. Darby d: Co., Sandakan, British North Borneo. 

1885 I Ware, Jerry George, cIo Bank of Australasia, Melbourne, Victoria. 

1879 fWARE, John, Tatyoon, Yalla-y-Poora, Victoria. 

1886 fWARE, Joseph, Minjah, Carramut, Victoria. 

1880 fWARE, J. C, Yalla-y-Poora, Victoria. 

1909 f Ware, Wm. Fairburn, 20 Avenida Paulista, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 

1905 ■ Ware, WnxiAM Lawes, Broitgham Place, North Adelaide, South Aiistralia. 



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Warliker, Lieut. -Colonel Damoder P., 79^7( Carnatic Infantry, Aurungabad, India. 

f Warner, Oliver W. 

Warner, Hon. R. S. Aucher, K.C., M.L.C., Solicitor-General, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 

Warren, EdoarH., Customs Department, Chiromo Nyasaland. 

Warren, Edward, Eondebosch, Cape Province, South Africa. 

Warren, Henry B., 1043 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 

Warren, Noel A., Customs Department, Georgetown, British Guiana, 

Warren, Philip R., 616 Sherbrooke Street, Montreal, Canada. 

Warren, Hon. William R., M.H.A., St. John's, N eufoundland. 

fWATERHOusE, ARTHUR, 10 Coivra Chambers, Grenfell Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 

fWATERHOUSE, Frank S., Maugawhave, Napier, New Zealand. 

Waterhouse, Joseph H. E., Australasian Pioneer Club, Hmiter Street, Sydney, New South 

Wales. 
Watkeys, W. D. E., Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. 
fWATKiNS, Arnold H., M.D., F.R.C.S., M.L.A., Kimberley, South Africa. 
Watkins, Frank, Nairobi, British East Africa. 

Watkins, Harry, Royal Engineers' Office, Victoria Barracks, Hong Kong. 
Watkins, 0. F., Assistant District Commissioner, Takaungu, vid Mombasa, British East 

Africa. 
Watson, Edwin A., Henrietta Estates, Lunas P.O., Penang, Straits Settlements. 
Watson, Hon. Mr. Justice Ernest Charles, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 
tWATSON, H. Eraser, Band Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Watson, Hon. Roeert,M.E.C., Colonial Secretary, St. John's, Newfoundland {Corresponding 

Secretary). 
fWATT, Edward J., Hastings, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. 
Watt, Hon. Sir Thomas, K.C.M.G., M.L.A., Newcastle, Natal. 

Watts, Hon. Francis, D.Sc, C.M.G., Imperial Dept. (f Agriculture, Bridgetown, Barbados. 
fWATTS, John Whidborne, Ivy. Barberton, Transvaal. 

Waugh, Percival J. Roy, Langkon Eubber Co., Kudat, British North Borneo. 

fWAY, THE Right Hon. Sir Samuel J., Bart., Chief Justice, Adelaide, Soiith Australia. 

IWayland, Arthur E., P.O. Box 4751, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

tWEART, John W., Barrister-at-Law, P.O. Box 1121, Va^icouver, B.C., Canada. 

Weatherbe, Sir Robert L., Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 

fWEATHERiLT, Henby C, Pcilapyc Boad, Bechuanaland Protectorate. 

Webb, Clement D., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Webb, H. H., Timaru, New Zealand, 

fWEBB, Richard Capper, J.P., Roto, Hillston, New South Wales. 

Webber, Lionel H. 

Webber, Walter S., Barrister-at-Law, P.O. Box 1088, Johayincsburg, Transvaal. 

Weber, Hon. Mr. Justice Arthur F. C, Calabar, Southern Nigzria. 

Weber, Hubert C, M.D., Johore Bharu, Mrday States. 

Webster, Alexander B., 146 Mary Street, Brisbane, Queensland. 

Webster, Edgar J. P., Tower House, Innes Road, Durban, Natal, 

Webster, G. W., Assistant Resident, Ke/Jl, Nassarawa Province, Northern Nigeria. 

fWEBSTER, H. L., Kingston Road, Whitby, Ontario, Canada {Corresponding Secretary). 

•j-Weedon, Warren, Selhy House, Wicbham Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, 

Weedon, Wm. C. Moores, Rundum, British North Borneo. 

Wege, Peter G., J.P., 7 Hofmeyr Chambers, Cape Town, South Africa, 

Weigall, Rev. Canon Spencer, M.A., 3Iasite, Maseru, Basutoland, South Africa, 

Weil, Benjamin Bertie, Mafeking, South Africa. 

Weil, Julius, Mafeking, South Africa, 

Weil, Major Myer, Mafeking, South Africa, 

Weil, Major Samuel, Mafeking, South Africa, 

Weissenborn, Cilvrles a. p.. Premier Estate, Umtali, Rhodesia, 

•fWELLS, Ernest T., P.O. Box 10, Quecnstoivn, South Africa. 

fWELLS, Richard Noel, Hannan's Find Gold Reefs, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. 

Wells, Hon. Mr. Justice William W., Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. 



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fWELMAN, Charles W., M.A. (Oxon.), Assistant' District Commissioner, Gold Coast Colony. 

Wentwoeth, Fitzwilliam, Union Club, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Wenyon, William F., Hong Kong. 

Wentzel, Charles A., Band Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Werdmuller, C. a., J.P., Hoopstad, Orange Free State. 

Westwood, Enoch N., Port Moresby, Papua (vid Australia). 

Wheeler, Clifford W., F.R.G.S., Agilete Rtibber Estates, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

Wheeler, Hon. William, C.M.G., M.L.C., Treasurer, Zomba, Nyasaland. 

Wheelwright, Charles A., C.M.G., Resident Magistrate, Pietersburg, Transvaal. 

Whelan, George C, Accra, Gold Coad Colony. 

Whigham, Gn.BERT C, cjo Finlay, Fleming d; Co., P.O. Box 181, Rangoon, Burma. 

Whisker, Louis P., P.O. Box 39, Beira, East Africa {via Cape Town). 

Whitcombe, George H., Christchurch, Neio Zealand. 

White, Albert W. T., Grenfell Street, Adelaide, South Australia. 

White, Andrew, W.S., Chief Registrar and Sheriff, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

White, Earnest Roberts, Takapau, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. 

White, John D., 2 Blackburn Terrace, Toowootnba, Queensland. 

White, \"ictor, Belltrees, Scone, Neiv South Wales. 

White, Walter, M.A., Baro-Kano Railway, Northern Nigeria. 

White, W. Kinross, Napier, New Zealand. 

Whitehouse, Henry S., Straits Trading Co., Gopeng, Pcrak, Federated Malay States. 

Whitelaw, James, P.O. Box lOG, Maritzburg, Natal. 

Whiteley, Percival, P.O. Box 1268, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Whiteman, Reginald J. N., M.B., Ch.M., University Club, Sydney, Neiv South Wales. 

Whiteside, Henry S., Labuan Bileh, Ltd., Port Dickson, Sungci Ujong, Federated Malay 

States. 
Whitmore, Sidney W., Public Works Department, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
Whittaker, William Leopold, 14 Timber Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 
fWniTTiNGHAAi, ARTHUR H., Alice Downs, Queensland. 
fWHYTE. W. Leslie, P.O. Box 320. Adelaide, South Australia. 
fWiCKHAM, H. A., J.P., Conjiict Group, vid Samarai, Papua, vid Australia. 
fWiENAND, C. F., P.O. Box 1352, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Wiener, Ludwig, Lower St. George's Street, Cape Town, South Africa. 
WiENHOLT, Fred E., RJwdcs Inyanga Farms, Umtali, Rhodesia. 
WiETiNG, Carl, Georgetown, British Guiana. 
WiGMORE, H. J., Wellington Street, Perth, Western Australia. 
Wile MAN, H. St. John. 

Wilkes, Colonel Alfred J., K.C., Branlford, Canada {Corresponding Secretary), 
WiLKiNS, H., Messrs. Howarth, Erskine cb Co., Singapore. 

WiLKi?^s, Robert H., British Australasian Tobacco Co., a Beckett Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Wilkinson, Charles D., Hong Kong. 

Wilkinson, Hon. Edgar C, M.D., M.L.C., Reid Street, Hamilton, Bermuda. 
Wilkinson, John T., P.O. Box 16, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. 
Wilkinson, Reginald W. H., M.A., J.P., Assistant Colonial Secretary, Freetown, Sierra 

Ijcone. 
fWiLKS, Samuel Jerrold, C.E., Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
Willcocks, Edward I. R., 25 New North Road, Bourda, Georgetoivn, British Guiana. 
Williams, Archibald .Jay, Zomba, Nyasaland. 

Wn.LiAMS, Hon. C. A. Sapara, M.L.C, Barrister-at-Law, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
Williams, David G., Vancouver, B.C. Canada. 

Williams, E. Truby, c/o Union Bank of Australia, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Williams, Edward H., Messrs. Sainsbury, Logan d; Williams, Napier, New Zealand. 
fWiLLiAMS, Ernest. A.M.Inst.C.E.. Aura Lake, Ontario, Canada. 
fWiLLiAMs, Fred W., Napier, New Zealand. 
Williams, G. A., P.O. Box 88, Harrismith, Orange Free State. 
fWiLLiAMS, Henry Watson, Claremont House, Claremont, Western Australia. 
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fWiLLiAMS, James Augustus, Bonthe, Sherbro, West Africa. 

Williams, James Nelson, Ha.ttings, Napier, New Zealand. 

Williams, Hon. Justice Sir Joshua S., Dunedin, New Zealand. 

Williams, Peter E., Jimah Rubber Estate, Part Dickson, Federated Malay States. 

fWiLLiAMS, Thomas D., 3 Union Buildings, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

Williams, Wm. Micah, Papanui, Augusta Road, Hobarl, Tasmania. 

fWiLLiAMS, ZACHARLiH A., Field Housc, Broad Street, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 

WiLLisoN, J. S., c/o " The News," Toronto, Canada. 

WiLLMOT, Frederick C, M.D., D.P.H., Vredenberg, Saldanha Bay, Cape Province, South 

Africa. 
Wills, Frederick T., M.B., CM., Puhlic Hospital, Georgetmvn, British Guiana. 
Wills, George F., P.O. Box 551, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 
WiLMAN, Herbert, P.O. Box 104, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Wilmot, Hon. Alexander, Cape Town, South Africa. 
f Wilson, Albert J., Sorreze, Vacoa, Mauritius. 

Wilson, A. Wallis, Selinsing Estate, Taiping, Federated Malay States. 
Wilson, Benjamin, The Club, Bvlawayo, Rhodesia. 
"f Wilson, Cecil F., Kowhainui, Takapau, New Zealand. 
■{"Wilson, Charles Herbert, Indian Manganese Co., Nagpur, India. 
Wilson, Hon. Frank, C.M.G., M.L.A., Perth, Western Australia. 
t Wilson, George Prangley, C.E. 
Wilson, Gordon, C.E., Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
Wilson, Henry, c/o "N.Z. Herald," Auckland, New Zealand. 
Wilson, James G., Btills, Rangitiki, Neiv Zealand. 

Wilson, James Innes, Stipendiary Magistrate, South Georgia, Falkland Islands. 
t Wilson, James \V., Sandakan, British North Borneo. 
t Wilson, Captain John, Beau Sejour, Rosehill, Mauritius. 
fWiLSON, John B., Lindley, Orange Free State. 
Wilson, S. Chivers, P.O. Box 172, Saskatoon, Canada. 
tWiLSON, W. T., P.O., Box 53, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Wilson, William R., " N.Z. Herald," Auckland, New Zealand. 
fWiNCHCOMBE, Hon. F. E., M.L.C, Messrs. Winchcombe, Carson tfc Co., 46 Bridge Street, 

Sydney, New South Wales. 
fWiNDSOR, Peter F., Windsorton, Griqualand West, Cape Province, South Africa. 
Wingate, G. R., Customs Department, Lokoja, Northern Nigeria. 
WiNKFiELD, Hon. Mr. Justice John, Lagos, Southern Nigeria {Corresponding Secretary). 
Winter, Austin de B., Barrister-at-Law, Supreme Court, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 
Winter, Hon. Marmaduke G., M.L.C, St. John's, Neufoundland. 
WiRGMAN, Ven. Archdeacon A. Theodore, D.D., D.C.L. {Hon. Chaplain to H.M. 

the King), St. diary's Rectory, Port Elizabeth, South Africa {Corresponding Secretary). 
Wise, Hon. Bernhard R., K.C, Sydney, New Soxith Wales. 
fWiSE, Pekcy F., Kuala Lumpur, Federated Malay States. 
fWiTHEFORD, J. H., Auckland, New Zealand. 

WiTTENOOM, Hon. Sir Edward H., K.C.M.G., M.L.C, Perth, Western Australia. 
Witts, Broome Lake, P.O. Box 697, Melbourne, Victoria. 
fWoLPF, Henry A., M.D., 601 West \mh Street, New York. 
Wolff, Leo Mitford, cjo E. Campbell, P.O. Box 688, Durban, Natal. 
WoLFFSOHN, S., Belize, British Honduras. 

fWoLLASTON, Lieut. -Colonel Charlton F. B., The Club, Kimberley, South Africa. 
Wollaston, Francis E., Aliwal Road, Wynberg, South Africa. 
Wood, Cilvrles, 33 King Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 
Wood, Henry, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

Wood, J. Dennistoun, M.H.A., Barrister-at-Law, Bothwell, Tasmania. 
Wood, John Burn, M.B., CM., L.R.C.P., Vryheid, Natal. 
fWooD, Peter, Burnside, Adelaide, South Australia. 
Wood, Seymour C. G., Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, Bombay. 



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Tear of 

Electioa. 

1905 
1897 
1883 
1907 
1905 
1885 
1911 
1907 

1911 

1911 

1908 
1908 
1905 
1900 
1910 
1909 
1911 
1893 
1898 
1906 
1907 
1910 
1893 
1890 
1896 
1885 
1883 



fWooDBXTRN, Macgregor, P.O. Box 1303, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

WooDBTJRN, William, P.O. Box 1303, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fWooDHOusE, Edmund Bingham, Mount Gilead, Campbelltown, New South Wales. 

WooDHOusE, George Wm., B.A., District Judge, Batticaloa, Ceylon. 

fWooDS, Charles, P.O. Box 1483, Johannesburg, Transvaal. 

fWooDS, Hon. Sidney Gower, M.L.C, Belize, British Honduras. 

WooLP, Leonard S., Secretariat, Colombo, Ceylon. 

Workman, Arthur Maitland, Compania de Terrenes de Chiapas, Tuxtla-Gutierrez, Chiapas, 

Mexico. 
Worrell, Right Rev. C. Lamb, D.D., D.C.L., Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia, Halifax, N.S., 

Canada. 
Worroll Charles, Colonial Mutual Insurance Co., P.O. Box 183, Cape Town, South 

Africa. 
WoRSLEY, H. A., c/o British Cotton Growing Association, T^okoja, Northern Nigeria. 
fWoRTHiNGTON, Frank V., Secretary for Native Affairs, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. 
WORTHINGTON, REGINALD YoRKE, 380 Loop Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 
Wragge, Clement L., F.R.G.S., F.R.Met.Soc, Waiata, Birkenhead, AucJdand, New Zealand. 
Wright, Alexander W., 105 Macdonell Avenue, Toronto, Canada. 
Wright, Allan, African Banking Corporation, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Wright, Charles F., Samarai, Papua [via Australia). 
fWRiGHT, G. H. Cory. 

fWRiGHT, Hon. James W., M.L.C, 4 Moirs Chambers, Perth, Western Australia. 
IWright, John Wm., Avonmore, Rondebosch, Cape Province, South Africa. 
Wright, Percy A. T., Government Railway, Lagos, Southern Nigeria. 
Wrong, Professor George M., M.A., 467 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Canada. 
Wyatt, Hon. Chas. Guy A., M.E.C., Georgetown, British Guiana. 
Wykham, Alfred L., M.D., 21 St. Mary Street, St. John's, Antigua. 
Wylie, Samuel, 15 Grosvcnor Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Wyllie, Bryce J., Kalupahani, Haldumulla, Ceylon. 
Wynne, Hon. Agar, M.P., Melbourne Club, Victoria. 



1909 Yin, Maung Po, T.D.M., Special Power Magistrate, Toungoo, Burma. 
1887 -j-YoNGE, Cecil A. S., M.L.A., Furth, Dargle, Maritzburg, Natal. 
1907 -f-YoRK, Archibald, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

1891 Young, His Honour Chief Justice Alfred J. K., B.A., Mahe, Seychelles. 

1896 •j-YouNG, H.E., Captain Sir Arthur H., K.C.M.G., Government House, Singapore 

(Corresponding Secretary). 
1894 fYouNG, H. C. Arthur, c/o Commercial Banhing Co., Sydney, New South Wales. 

1910 Young, Charles E., Fairymead, Bundaberg, Queensland. 
1883 I fYouNG, Horace E. B., Fairymead, Bundaberg, Queensland. 

1882 j tYouNG, Hon. Sir James H. M.E.C, Nassau, Bahamas {Corresponding Secretary). 
1904 j fYouNG, J. Ronald C, M.H.A., Nassau, Bahamas. 

1906 i Young, Pelham Vernon, District Commissioner, Southern Nigeria. 

1902 i Young, Hon. Robert, M.L.C, M.I.M.E., England House, Penang, Straits Settlements. 

1883 ' Young, His Honour William Douglas, C.M.G., Government House, Dominica. 

! 

1897 Zietsman, Louis F., Attorney-at-Law, Civil Service Club, Cape Town, South Africa. 
1881 , Zochonis, George B., Freetown, Sierra Leone. 



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RHODES SCHOLARS AS HONORARY FELLOWS. 

In terras of a special Resolution of the Council, providing that Colonial students attending the 
University of Oxford as Rhodes Scholars may be made Honorary Fellows of the Institute during 
the period that they hold their Scholarships, the following (78 in number) have been elected : — 



F. L. Apperley (Victoria) .... 

Laurent Beaudry (Quebec) .... 

L. Brehaut (Prince Edward Island) 

Francis N. Broome (Natal) .... 

L. R. Broster (St. Andrew's College, Grahamstowu 

Leonard G. Bro^Mi (Queensland) , 

Howard Bullock (New South Wales) 

A. L. Burt (Ontario) ..... 

J. B. Clearihus (British Columbia) 

J. M. P. Coady (Nova Scotia) 

Edward C. Coxwell (Rhodesia) 

Joseph Dah' (Prince Edward Island) 

Thomas A. L. Davj' (Western AustraUa) 

H. K. Denham (Queensland) 

LI. Dixon (New Brunswick) 

K. E. Drake Brockman (Western Australia) . 

S. C. Dyke (British Columbia) 

Frank B. Edwards (Tasmania) 

Hugh L. M. Forder (Natal) .... 

J. Fox (Newfoundland) .... 

D. Eraser (Alberta and Saskatchewan) . 

Henry K. Frj' (South AustraUa) . 

F. W. GoHghtly (Victoria College, Stellenbosch) 

G. F. E. Hall (Queensland) .... 
K. C. M. Hands (Diocesan College, Rondebosch) 
D. C. Harvey (Prince Edward Island) . 
Frank E. Ha \\ kins (Quebec). 

John G. Higgins (Newfoundland) . 

J. R. Hooton (New South Wales) 

M. Jeffreys (Rhodesia) .... 

Skuli Johnson (Manitoba) .... 

D. J. Keet (Victoria College, Stellenbosch) 

C. S. King (Tasmania) .... 

G. G. King (Rhodesia). .... 

F. F. C. Lewis (Diocesan College, Rondebosch) 
Charles W. B. Littlejohn (Victoria) 

Morden H. Long (Ontario) .... 

G. W. Lucas (Natal) 

Allan Macdougall (New Zealand) . 

Grerhardus J. Maritz (Victoria College, Stellenbosch) 

A. G. Marshall (New Zealand) 

T. L. McEvoy (Ontario) .... 

J. B. McNair (New Brunswick) 

F. C. Mercier (Jamaica) .... 

J. M. Nethersole (Jamaica) .... 

Medley K. Parlee (Nova Scotia) . 

W. J. Pearse (Quebec) .... 

Walter Po^^■e^ (South African College, Cape To^^'n) 



Lincoln 

Worcester 

University 

Oriel 

Trinity 

Balliol 

New 

Corpus Christi 

Jesus 

Pembroke 

Lincoln 

St. John's 

Exeter 

BaUiol 

BalUol 

Exeter 

Exeter 

Merton 

Hertford 

Oriel 

Christ Church 

Balliol 

Worcester 

Lincoln 

University 

Queen's 

University 

Merton 

St. John's 

Exeter 

Oriel 

Worcester 

Corpus Christi 

Wadham 

Oriel 

New 

Wadham 

St. John's 

New 

Trinity 

BaUiol 

Exeter 

University 

Jesus 

Keble 

Queen's 

New 

University 



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J. E. Read (Nova Scotia) ..... 
W. C. Robertson (Bermuda), .... 

T. F. E. Rockliff (Tasmania) .... 

H. F. Sampson (St. Andrew's College, Grahamstown) 
J. J. Savage (Western Australia) .... 

S. Scott (Alberta) 

L. Ralph Sherman (New Brunswick) 

E. R. Siddall (Manitoba) 

K. Sisam (New Zealand) ..... 
W. F. Skaife (St. Andrew's College, Grahamsto^vn) 
Greorge M. Smith (North- West Territories) 

G. M. Sproule (Victoria) 

A. A Stanley (Quebec) ..... 

0. Staples (Rhodesia) ..... 

P. Stephenson (Jamaica) .... 

S. L. Steyn (Diocesan College, Rondebosch) 

H. Tait (Newfoundland) 

, E. Thomas (Rhodesia) ..... 



0. 
D. 

S. 

R. 

W, 

G. R. Thompson (South African College, Cape Town) 

H. Thomson (South Australia) .... 

J, T. Thorson (Manitoba) 

H. G. L. Trimingham (Bermuda) .... 

Eubule J. Waddington (Bermuda) 

H. C. Warburton (Prince Edward Island) 

H. K. Ward (New South Wales) 

N. L. Watt (Natal) . 

Paul D. Wilmot (Rhodesia) . 

H. D. Wise (Rhodesia) 

Arthur Yates (British Columbia) 



University 

Brasenose 

Magdalen 

Trinity 

Brasenose 

Christ Church 

Christ Church 

St. John's 

Merton 

Trinity 

Balliol 

Balliol 

Christ Church 

Exeter 

Lincoln 

University 

Trinity 

Brasenose 

Corpus Christi 

BaUiol 

New 

Exeter 

Merton 

University 

New 

Pembroke 

Lincoln 

Oriel 

St. John's 



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DOMINION OF CANADA. 



ARROW LAKE, B.C. 
Ford, James W. 

ARTLAND, SASK. 
Jukes, R. Rene, J.P. 

BANFF, ALTA. 
Richards, George M. 

BRANTFORD, ONT. 

Harris, Lloyd 

LixscoTT, Rev. T. S. 

Wilkes, Colonel Alfred J., K.C. 

CALGARY, ALTA. 
Amphlett, Captain Charles E. 
Bennett, R. B., K.C, M.P. 
Davis, Malcolm E. 
Dennis, John S., C.E. 

EVERSFIELD, CaPTAIN GeOROE A. 
GiLFOY, W. M. 

Jephson, Wm. Jermy 

Jones, Stanley 

Knights, Richard, M.Inst.C.E. 

LouGHEED, Clarence H. 

Lougheed, Senator Hon. James A., K.C. 

Nichols, Edward H. 

Orchard, La'wrence B. 

Pearce, William 

Peet, George L. 

Peterson, Charles W. 

Shackle, Frank 

Sinnott, Herbert A., B.A. 

Winter, Austin de B. 

COBALT, ONT. 
Fisher, Norman R., B.Sc, M.E. 

EDMONTON, ALTA. 

Alexander, Ronald 

Belcher, Lieut. -Colonel Robert, C.M.G. 

Chisholm, James 

foulger, howson, r. 

Harding, Harry T. 

Lines, Thomas W. 

Maclean, J. Douglas, M.D. 

McDouGALL, John A., M.L.A. 

RoLT, Frank Wardlaw 

Saegert, Frederick A. 

Stoughton, Wm. A. 

York, Archibald 



GALT, ONT. 
Howell, H. Spencer 

GRIMSBY, ONT. 
Calverley, Major E. Leveson 

KAMLOOPS, B.C. 
Palmer, Richmond M. 

KELO^^'NA, B.C. 
Jones, William Wansbrough, M.A., MB. 

laNGSTON, ONT. 
Grant, William Lawson, M.A. 

KOOTENAY, B.C. 
Frere, Eric Gray 
Hardie, William 

LONDON, ONT. 

Nichols, Emerson 

LINDSAY, ONT. 
Hughes, Colonel Hon. Sam., M.P. 

LYTTON, B.C. 
Trimingham, N.S.P., M.Inst. C.E. 

MONTE CREEK, B.C. 
BosTOCK, Senator Hon. Hewitt 

MONTREAL. 
Allan, Sir Hugh Montagu, C.V.O. 
Anderson, Dickson 
Armstrong, Charles N. 
BiGGAR, William Hodgins, K.C. 
Campbell, David AVilliam 
Carrique, William 
Clouston, Sir Edward S., Bart. 
Crawford, Lieut. -Colonel James D. 
Creelman, Adam R., K.C. 
Domville, Captain James W. 
Drummond, George E. 
Graham, Sir Hugh, LL.D. 
Hague, George 



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Hall, F. E. 

Harlino, Thomas 

Hodgson, Arthur J. 

HosMEK, Charles R. 

Hutchison, James 

Johnston, George F. 

Lafleur, Eugene, K.C. 

Leacock, Professor Stephen B., Ph.D. 

Leitch, William B. 

Lyman, Henry H. 

Macaulay, Thomas B. 

Macnab, Brenton a. 

McGouN, Archibald, K.C. 

Nelles, R. Campbell 

Paton, Hugh 

Peterson, Principal William, LL.D., C.M.G. 

Robertson, Alexander 

Shaughnessy, Sir Thomas G., K.C.V.O. 

Stewart, W. Burton 

Walsh, Commander J. T., R.N.R. 

Warren, Philip R, 

NEEDLES, B.C. 
Beaton, Welford 

NELSON, B.C. 
Beeston, Edmund K. 
FoRiN, Judge J. A. 
Busk, Charles W. 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 
Domville, Lieut. - Colonel Senator Hon. 

James 
FitzRandolph, Robert 
Hazen, Hon. J. Douglas 
McAvTTY, Lieut. -Colonel James L. 
McDonald, Charles 
NORDIN, 0. W. 
Smith, John W. Y. 
Straton, James, K.C. 
SuLivAN, Henry E. 
Tucker, Lieut.-Colonel J. J., M.P. 
Wells, Hon. Mr. Justice William W. 

NOVA SCOTIA. 
Bennett, Arthur L. 
Burchell, Herbert C. 
Dennis, William 
Gravely, William B. 
Harris, Reginald V. 
Harris, Robert E., K.C. 
Irwin, Acheson, B.A. 
Jameson, Clarence, M.P. 
liONGLEY, Hon. Mr. Justice J. Wilberforce 
McKay, A. H., LL.D. 
McLeod, Edwin 
Paint, Henry Nicholas, J. P. 



Ross, Alexander C. 
Russell, Hon. Mr. Justice Benjamin 
Weatherbee, Sir Robert L. 
Worrell, Right Rev. C. Lamb, D.D., D.C.L., 
Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia 

OIL SPRINGS, ONT. 
Wallen, Charles E. 

OKANAGAN valley, B.C. 

Fetherstonhaugh, Cuthbert. 
ViLLiERS, Oliver 
Walker, Wm. Dalziel 

OTTAWA. 
Allan, J. Roberts 

Belcourt, Senator Hon. N. A., K.C, LL.D. 
Connaught, Field-Marshal H.R.H. the Duke 

op, K.G., G.C.M.G. 
Drought, F. A. 
EwART, John Skirving, K.C. 
Fielding, Hon. William S. 
Fisher, Hon. Sydney A. 
Fleming, Sir Sandford, K.C.M.G. 
Fremantle, John Morton 
Gerald, Wm. J., LS.O. 
Grant, Sir James A., M.D., K.C.M.G. 
Hamilton, C. Frederick 
Laurier, The Right Hon. Sir Wilfrid, 

G.C.M.G., M.P. 
Maclaren, David 
McDougald, John 
Morgan, Henry J., LL.D., D.C.L. 
Murphy, Hon. Charles, M.P. 
Newcombe, Edmund Leslie, C.M.G., K.C. 
O'Hara, Francis C. T. 
Oliver, Hon. Frank, M.P. 
Pringle, Clive 
Rea, John Ritchie 
Sifton, Hon. Clifford, K.C. 
Stanford, J. Henry 
Stewart, Mcleod 
Templeman, Hon. William 

PENTICTEN, B.C. 

Harrison, Frank 

PETERBOROUGH, ONT. 

BoTSFORD, Charles S. 

PORCUPINE, ONT. 

Thomson, George Watt 
Williams, Ernest, A.M.Inst.C.E. 

PORT ARTHUR, ONT. 
Ray, Lieut.-Colonel S. Wellington 



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PORT HOPE, ONT. 
Cumberland, F. Baelow 

PRINCE ALBERT, SASK. 
Macdowall, Day Hoet 

QUEBEC. 
Clarke, Joseph H., C.E. 
Grant, Colonel Thomas Hunter 
Macpheeson, Wm. Molso" 
Power, William, M.P. 
Price, Herbert M. 
RicHEY, M. Henry 

RED DEER, ALTA. 
Leary, John J. 

REGINA, SASK. 

Kerr, Lorance V. 

Porter, Sidney R. 

Scott, Hon. Walter, M.P.P. 

SALT SPRING ISLAND, B.C. 
Scott, William E. 

SASKATOON. 
Aiken, Captain J. A., M.A. 
AsHwoRTH, John 
BouGS, N. Gardner 
Hopkins, William 
Keating, Robert M. 
MowAT, James S. 

Pullinger, Rev. Bertram W. 

Sclanders, F. Maclure 

Stone, G. W. Tinslay 

Wilson, S. Chivers 

TOFIELD, ALTA. 
Henderson, Thomas R. 

TORONTO. 
Aman, Edward G. 
BiGUAR, Henry Percival 
Bull, William P., K.C. 
Burrows, Acton 
Campbell, George H. 
Carson, Hugh C. 
Case, Egerton R. 

Clark, John Murray, K.C., M.A., LL.B. 
Clemens, Lewis W. 
Cox, Senator Hon. George A. 
Crowe, Henry J. 
Denison, Colonel George T. 
DiNNicK, Augustus G. C. 
Dyke, James E. 



Evans, Hardy Pollman 

Ewart, John Hamilton 

Farmer, P. Patterson 

Fetheestonhaugh, Frederick B., K.C. 

Hall, Rev. Alfred 

Hamilton, Duncan A., B.A. 

Hook, Charles S. 

Jordan, Rev. Louis H. 

Kemp, Hon. Albert E. 

McLaughi-in, Michael 

Murray, James P. 

Neville, R. S., K.C. 

Nordheimee, Samuel 

Owen, Alfred B. 

Parke, Roderick J. 

Parker, Robert 

Robertson, John Ross 

Robins, Frederick B. 

Scammell, Ernest H. 

Sewell, Fane 

Shepley, George F., K.C. 

Small, John T., K.C. 

Spark, William Staley 

Vandeleur, John F. B. 

Vernon, H. E. Harcourt 

Walker, Sir B. Edmund, C.V.O. LL.D., 

D.C.L. 
Wallace, Willlam S. 
WiLLLiMS, Herbert H. 
WnxisoN, J. S. 
Wright, Alexander W. 
Wrong, Professor George M., M.A. 

VICTORIA, B.C. 
Beale, Major W^illiam 
Bearns, George E. 
Cargill, Henry S. 
DiESPECKER, Captain Rudolph 
DowNTON, Arthur M. 
Dry, William J. S., Westholme 
DupoNT, Major C. T. 
Eberts, Hon. David M., K.C, M.L.A. 
FouLKES, Captain Fortescue 
Galletly, Archibald J. C. 
Haninoton, Ernest B. C, M.D. 
Hodgson, Herbert M. T., A.M.Inst.C.E., 

Alherni 
Holland, Cuyler A. 
Langley, W. H. 
Leeder, Forrest, M.R.C.S. 
LuGRiN, Charles H. 
McPhillips, Albert E., K.C. 
Mara, John Andrew 
Martin, Hon. Mr. Justice Archer 
Nelson, Ernest H. 
Pemberton, Frederick B. 
Pemberton, Joseph D, 



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PooLEY, Chakles E., K.C. 

Prior, Lieut-Colonel Hok. Edwabd G. 

PvATTENBURY, FrANCIS M. 

Rutherford, James 
Scholefield, Ethelbert 0. S. 
Shallcboss, J. J. 
Taylor, Charles Davenport 
Veitch, Thomas Drysdalb 
Vrooman, Frank B., B.Sc, Ph.D. 
Ward, William Curtis 

VANCOUVER, B.C. 

Banfield, John J. 
Barrett, W. J., M.D., CM. 
Bell, Edmund 
Burmester, Charles M. 
BuscoMBE, Frederick 
Cameron, Aiithub G. 
Cassidy, Robert, K.C. 
Clabon, Arthur B. 
Davis, Thomas 
Dickson, R. Casimir 
Donald, James C. 
DoNEY, L. Watts 
Drummond, Arthur D. 
Garden, J. P. 
Gardiner, William F. 
Griffith, Julius H. 
Heaps, Edward H. 
Helyer, J. Shaw 
Hood, William Acland 
HuLME, Major Herbert D. 
Humble, B. M. 
Johnson, J. Binns 
Jones, Arthur 
Kealy, Arnold E. 
Keith, James C. 
Kendall, John 
Langan, J. F. 
Langlois, Thomas T. 
Law, Charles F. 
Lister, Herbert 

LocKETT, George Vernon, M.B., CM., 
F.R.CS.E. 

McEvoY, Arthur 

McLaren, J. Gordon 

Malkin, W. H. 

Marpole, Richard 

Mellon, Captain H. A. 

Miller, John J. 

Nichol, Walter Cameron 

Peter, Charles J. 

Pretty, C F. 

Pybus, Commander Henry, R.N.R. 

Rae, William, M.A. 

Reid, William P. 

RoRisoN, Robert D. 



Rose, John 

Sewell, Frank C. 

Spicer, Philip 

Stuart, Lieut.-Colonel J. Duff 

Taylor, Joseph Watson 

Thomson, William Charles 

Town, Henry 

Wade, Frederick C, K.C. 

Warren, Henry B. 

We ART, John W. 

Wilkinson, John T. 

Williams, David G. 

VIRDEN, MAN. 
GouLTER, Herbert H. 
HosMER, Lieut.-Colonel Edward A. C 

WHITBY, ONT. 
Webster, H. L. 

WINCHESTER, ONT. 
Mulloy, Lorne W. R. 

WINNIPEG. 

Adamson, Alan J. 

Adcock, Herbert W. 

AiKENS, J. A. Manning, K.C, M.P. 

Bell, Charles Napier 

Brown, Edward 

Campbell, Hon. Colin H., K.C 

Carruthers, George F. 

CooMBES, Very Rev. Dean George F., D.D. 

Drewry, Frederick W. 

Evans, William Sanford 

Fox-Decent, Thomas 

Hooper, James 

Howell, Chief Justice Hector N. 

Macdonald, Hon. Mr. Justice Daniel A. 

Machray, John A. 

McJIillan, Sir Daniel H., K.C.M.G. 

Mathers, Chief Justice Thomas G. 

Munson, John H., K.C 

Murison, W. J. Holt 

Nanton, Augustus M. 

Pearson, William 

Peters, F. W. 

Pitblado, Isaac, K.C. 

Pugh, Sidney W. 

Robinson, Edward Milward 

RuMSEY, Reginald A. 

Sharpe, Eliphalet E. 

Simpson, Robert M., M.D. 

Sproule, Milton 

TuppER, J. Stewart, K.C. 

Walker, His Honour Judge David M. 

YUKON. 
Thruston, Edmund, H., J. P.; D.L. 



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ADELAIDE, S.A. 
Bakewell, John W. 
Bakewell, Leonard W. 
Bakr-Smith, Robert 
Barr-Smith, Thomas E. 
Bickford, William 
Bodley, James J. 

BoNYTHON, Hon. Sir J. Langdon, C.M.G. 
Bosanquet, H.E., Admiral Sir Day H., 

G.C.V.O., K.C.B. 
Bruokman, Hon. George, M.L.C. 
Brown, Professor W. Jethro, LL.D. 
Browne, Thomas L. 
Ghewings, Charles, Ph.D., F.G.S. 
Clarke, A. Rtjtter 
Clucas, Evan C, J.P. 
CoRPE, James R. 
Darling, John, M.P. 
Davenport, Howard 
Davey, Arnold E. 
Davey, Tom H. 

Downer, Hon. Sir John W., K.C., K.C.M.G. 
DtjFFiELD, Prof. Walter Geoffrey, B.A., 

D.Sc. 
FiNLAYSON, J. Harvey 
FoRwooD, Walter W., J.P. 
Giles, Hew O'Halloran 
Giles, Thos. O'Halloran 
GooDE, Sir Charles H. 
Grundy, Eustace Beardoe, K.C. 
Hancock, H. R. 
Harvey, James, J.P. 
Hawker, Edward W., M.A., LL.M. 
Hawker, Michael S. 
Hawker, Richard M. 
Hayward, Frank E. 
Hector, Edward James 
Henderson, Professor Geo. C. 
HoLDEN, Henry J. 
Honeywill, William 
James, W. Herbert 
Lovely, Colonel Jas. Chapman 
Lovely, Wm. H. C, M.A.LM.E. 
McCuLLOCH, Alexander 
Marshall, R. Humphrey, M.B., M.R.C.S.E. 
MoRTLOCK, Wm. T. 
MouLDEN, Bayfield 
MuECKE, Hon. H. C. E., M.L.C, J.P. 
Murray, George J. R., B.A., LL.B. 
Newland, Simpson 
Pendleton, Alan G., C.M.G. 
Phillipps, W. Herbert 
Pope, William 



Ralph, Fred W. 

Reid, Malcolm W. 

RiDDocH, Hon. George, M.L.C. 

Ryan, Thomas, M.P. 

Sayers, D. M. 

Scott, Henry, J.P. 

Smith, Sir Edwin Thomas, K.C.M.G. 

Smith, F. Caley 

Smith, Richard 

SowDEN, Wm. J., J.P. 

Stock, Wm. F., J.P. 

Symon, Senator Hon. Sir Josiah Henry 

K.C.M.G., K.C. 
Thomas, J. Edwin 
Van-Senden, E. W. 
Vardon, Senator Hon. Joseph 
Vbrco, Joseph C, M.D., F.R.C.S. 
Vincent, Major Wm. Slade 
Virgo, John J. 
Waite, Peter 
Ware, Wm. Lawes 
Waterhouse, Arthur 
Way, Chief Justice Right Hon. Sir Samuel 

J., Bart. 
White, Albert W. T. 
Whyte, W. Leslie 
Wood, Peter 

ALBANY, W.A. 
Kelty, William 

ALBURY, N.S.W. 
Griffith, Charles Lucas 
Kiddle, Willlim 

ALICE DOWNS, QUEENS. 
Whittingham, Arthur H, 

AYR, QUEENS. 
Booth-Clarkson, Capt. J., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., 
J.P. 

BALINGUP, W.A. 

Cleveland, Frank 
Nicholas, William 

BALLARAT, VIC. 
Bryant, Joseph, J.P. 
Smith, Professor Alfred Mica 
Wanliss, Thomas D. 



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BEECHWORTH, VIC. 
Nevile, Robert Montgomery 

BOORCAN, VIC. 
IVIacI^xnnon, W. K. 

BOWENFELS, N.S.W. 
Brown, John Lawrence 

BRAIDWOOD, N.S.W. 
Maddrell, Robert J. C. 

BRANXHOLME, VIC. 
Cooke, Hon. Samuel W. 

BREWARRINA, N.S.W. 
Croaker, Frederick W. 

BRISBANE, QUEENS. 

Arthur, John 

Bernays, Charles E. 

Cohen, Henry D. 

Cooper, Chief Justice Sib Pope A., K.C.M.G. 

Cotton, Alfred J., Grandchester 

Day, William Henry 

Drummond Lteut. -Colonel Charles H., V.D. 

Gray, Hon. George W. 

MacGregor, H. E., Sir William, G.C.M.G., C.B. 

Perssb, De Burgh F., Beaudesert 

Robertson, James 

Sachs, Leo Ferdinand 

Stanley, Henry C, M.Inst.C.E. 

Stevens, Hon. Ernest J., M.L.C. 

Stevens, Hildebrand 

Sword, Thomas S. 

Taylor, Hon. W. F.. M.D., M.L.C. 

Thynne, Hon. Arthur J., M.L.C. 

Webster, Alexander B. 

Weedon, Warren 

BROOME, W.A. 
Blick, Graham T., M.D., J.P. 
Moss, George, J.P. 

bundaberg, queens. 

Young, Charles E. 
Young, Horace E. B. 

CAIRNS, QUEENS. 
Bullen, George L. 

CAMBOOYA, QUEENS. 
Stanley, Joseph Henry 



CAMPERDOWN, VIC. 
Cole, Nicholas 
Manifold, W. T. 

CASINO, N.S.W. 
Christie, Hubert B., D.S.O. 

CASSILIS, N.S.W. 
Busby, Alexander, J.P. 

CHARTERS TOWERS, QUEENS. 
Miles, Hon. E. D., M.L.C. 
Plant, Hon. Edmund H. T., M.L.C. 
Pbitchard, Alexander H. 
Toll, Benjamin 

CHILLAGOE, QUEENS. 
Macdonald, Alexander 

RoDDA, STA.NLEY N. 

COLAC; VIC. 
Browne, Everard 
Chirnside, Andrew S. 

COOLGARDIE, W.A. 

Mackenzie, Murdo S. 

COOMA, N.S.W. 
Lang, William A. 

COROWA, N.S.W. 
Hay, Harry Algernon 
Hay, Henry 

CORRYONG, VIC. 
Dalgety, David 

DAYLESFORD, VIC. 
Titley, W. G. N. 

DENILIQUIN, N.S.W. 
Landale, R. Hunter 

DEVONPORT WEST, TAS. 
Henry, Hon. John, C.M.G. 

DORRIGO, N.S.W. 
Nelson, Deighton C. 

ESK, QUEENS. 
BiGGE, Philip Matthew 
McConnel, Eric W. 

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FREMANTLE, W.A. 

BiDDLES, FrAJ^K 

Calder, Charles W. 

Hope, James William, M.R.C.P. 

Moore, George F., J.P. 

GASCOYNE, W.A. 
Bush, Robert E. 

GAWLER, S.A. 
Dawes, Richard C. Hope 
Dawes, Richard St. Mark, L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S. 

GEELONG, VICT. 
Harwood, Hon. Thomas C., M.L.C. 

GLADSTONE, QUEENS. 
Roberts, Percy S. 

GREAT WESTERN, VICT; 
Irvine, Hans W. H. 

GYMPIE, QUEENS. 
Tozer, Hon. Sir Horace, K.C.M.G. 

HERBERTON, QUEENS. 
Stone, Henry 



Roe, John Blackmore 
Shoobridge, Robert W. G., J.P. 
Walker, Alan C. 
Walker, Cecil 
Walker, R. Leslie 
Williams, Wm. Micah 
Wood, J. Dennistoun, M.H.A. 

INVERELL, N.S.W. 
Bowling, Thomas 
Groves, Daniel 

JERILDERIE, N.S.W. 
McLarty, Donald S. 

KALGOORLIE, W.A. 
Anderson, Cauldwell H., M.R.C.S.E. 

L.R.C.P. 
Gledden, Robert 
Hamilton, H. W. B. 
Humby, Charles C. 
Maughan, Thomas 
Porter, Alexander, J.P, 
Wells, Richard Noel 

KAPUNDA, S.A. 
Dutton, Henry 

KELBERRIN, W.A. 
Balme, Arthur 



HILLSTON, N.S.W. 
Campbell, J. Murray 
Webb, Richard Capper, J.P. 

HOBART, TAS. 
Addison, D'Arcy W. 
Barron, H.E., Major-General Sir Harry, 

R.A., K.C.M.G., C.V.O. 
Brooks, Edward, M.B., CM. 
Brownell, William P. 
Burgess, Hon. W. H. 
Davies, Hon. Chas. E., M.L.C. 
Da vies, Lieut.-Colonel the Hon. Sir John 

G., K.C.M.G., M.H.A. 
DoBSON, Senator Hon. Henry 
Fysh, Hon. Sir Philip 0., K.C.M.G. 
Kermodb, Robert 

Lewis, Hon. Sir Neil Elliott, K.C.M.G. 
Macfarlane, Senator Hon. James 
McGregor, A. E. L. 
Medhurst, Fredk. W. 
Mitchell, James C. 



KEYNETON, S.A. 
iEYNES, Richard R. 

KYNETON, VICT. 
Rigby, George Owen, M.B., F.R.C.S.E. 

LAUNCESTON, TAS. 
Archer, William H. D. 

Eardley-Wilmot, S. 
Scott, Samuel Tuxloch 

MACKAY, QUEENS. 
Bolton, Fred W. 

MAITLAND WEST, N.S.W. 
Mackay, William Hook 

MANILDRA, N.S.W. 
Churchill, Eraser E. 



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MELBOURNE, VIC. 

Abbott, David 
Allard, William H. 
Alcock, Randal J. 
Annand, George, M.D. 
Armytage, F. W. 
Arthur, Reginald 
Baillieu, Hon. W. L., M.L.O. 
Baird, a. Reid 
Balfour, Hon. James, M.L.C. 
Bennie, Alexander B., M.A., M.B. 
Berry, Prof. Richard J. A., M.D., F.R.C.S. 
BiLLis, Ralph V. 

Bird, Frederick, M.S., M.B., M.R.C.S. 
Blackwood, Robert 0. 
Bridges, Colonel Wm. T., C.M.G. 
Burton, Alfred R. E. 
Butler, J. H. 
Cain, Hon. Wm., M.L.C. 
Calder, Wm. Henderson 
Casey, Hon. J. J., C.M.G., K.C. 
Chapman, Charles W. 
Chirnside, George, Point Cook 
Chomley, Judge Arthur W. 
Chrystal, Jas. H. Seymour 
Clark, Lieut-Colonel Walter J. 
Clarke, Alfred E. 
Clarkson, Englneer-Captain W. 
Collier, Herbert 
Collier, Jenkin 
Collins, Ernest E. 
Collins, Henry M, 
Cooke, John 
Davey, Thos. J. 
Da vies. Sir Matthew, H. 
Deakin, Hon. Alfred, M.P. 
Denman, H.E., Right Hon. Lord, G.C.M.G., 
K.C.V.O. 

Dickinson, Francis M. 

EwBANK, Wm. Withers, M.R.C.S.E., L.S.A. 

Fairbairn, George, M.P. 

Fawcett, James Hart 

FiSKEN, John Inglis 

Fitchett, Rev. Wm. H., LL.D. 

Flack, Joseph H. 

Fuller, H.E., Sir John, M. F. Bart., K.C.M.G. 

Gillespie, Robt. K. 

Gillott, Hon. Sir Samuel 

Godfrey, George 

Goldie, a. R. 

Grant, Duncan 

Grice, John 

Geimwadb, Lieut. Colonel Harold, W., 
A.F.A. 

Haines, Robert T. 
Harper, Hon. Robert, M.P. 



Hart, Alfred D. 
Hay, William 
Hennessy, David V., J. P. 

HiGGINS, J. M. 

Holroyd, Hon. Justice Sir Edward D. 

Hunt, Atlee A., C.M.G. 

Irvine, Hon. AVm. Hill, K.C, M.P. 

Jacobs, Louis P. 

Jamieson, M. B., C.E. 

JosKE, Adolph a. 

Keep, Ernest E. 

King, Baron Albert 

Knox, Hon. Wm., M.P. 

Langdon, Charles P. 

Lempriere, John Thomson 

Levey, James A. 

Lewis, Walter H. 

Macdonald, Hector 

MacIver, Fergus 

McBryde, Hon. D. E., M.C.L. 

McCuTCHEON, Robert G. 

McLaughlin, James 

Madden, Chief Justice Sir John, G.C.M.G. 

Marks, Alexander, J.P. 

Marsden, Edgar J. 

Merrill, Alfred Perkins, D.D.S. 

Merton, Thos. D. 

Meudell, George D. 

Meudell, Wm. Grant, J.P. 

Miller, E. Morris 

Moore, Professor Wm. Harrison, B.A., LL.B. 

Morton, Benjamin, K. 

Murphy, Alexander W. 

NoYES, Henry 

Officer, Wm. 

Oswald, Jas. D. 

Parfitt, p. T. J. 

Patterson, D. W. Harvey 

Patterson, John Hunter, Junr. 

Payne, J. Fredk. W. 

Payne, Hon. Thomas H., M.L.C. 

Percy, Joscelyn B. 

Perrin, Lieut.-Colonel Harry W. 

Petheeick, Edward A. 

PuLLAR, Jas., F.F.A., A.I.A. 

Reid, James Smith 

Richards, Frank T. 

RowE, Henry E. 

Russell, Charles W. 

Russell, Robert H., F.R.C.S. E. 

Salter, Chas. 

Sandford, Herbert R. 

Sargood, Alfred H. 

Sasse, a. R. G. 

SiMSON, R. J. p. 

Smith, John Clifford 

Smith, Robert Murray, C.M.G. 



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Snowden, Sik Arthur 
Speigg, W. Gokdon 
Stawell, Richard R., M.D. 
Stock, Edwaed J. 
Sutherland, Peter R. 
Taylor, Wm. 
Thomas, Ebenezer J. 
Trapp, Arthur C. 
Tricks, Frederick C. 
Turner, Henry Gyles 
Underwcod, Edward Wm. 
Wardill, Major B. J. 
Ware, Jerry George 
Ware, John, Yalla-y-Poora 
Ware, Joseph, Carramut 
Ware, J. C., Yalla-y-Poora 
WiLKiNS, Robert H. 
Williams, E. Truby 
Witts, Broome Lake 
Wood, Chas. 
Wynne, Hon. Agar, M.P. 

MENZIES, W.A. 
Bankier, Frank M. 

MERRIWA, N.S.W. 
Bettington, J. Brindley 

MOLONG, N.S.W. 
Hebden, George H. 

MORIARTY, TAS. 
Parsons, Cecil J. 

MOUNT BARKER, S.A. 
Johnston, James, J. P. 

NARANDERA, N.S.W. 
MacLeod, Boyd A. C. 

NEWCASTLE, N.S.W. 
Earp, Hon. George F., M.L.C. 
GoLDiNG-BiRD, Very Rev. Dean Cyril H. 
Scott, William 

NO OR AT, VICT. 
Black, Steuart G. 

NORFOLK ISLAND, N.S.W. 
Bourne, E. F. B. 

ORANGE, N.S.W. 
HowsB, Major Neville R., V.C, F.R.C.S.E. 



PAPUA. 
AuMULLER, George E. 
Baird, R. Tweed 
Carpenter, John A. 
Garrioch, Chas. G. 
HiGGiNSON, Charles B. 
Jewell, Arthur 
Jones, R. Fleming, J\LD. 
Murray, H.E., John H.P. 
SivuTH, Hon. Miles Staniforth 
Strong, Walter M., M.D. 
Westwood, Enoc N. 
Wright, Chas. F. 

pentland, queens. 

Jamieson, James M. 

PERTH, W.A. 
Burt, Hon. Septimus, K.C. 
Darbyshire, Benjamin H. 
Darbyshire, Douglas E., M.B., M.R.C.S. 
Dablot, Leonard H. 
Da vies, Maurice C, J. P. 
Emanuel, Isidore S. 
Fairbridge, Kingsley 
Faulkner, Frederick C, M.A. 
Forrest, Right Hon. Sir John, G.C.M.G., M.P. 
Fraser, Malcolm A. C. 
Hackett, Hon. Sir J. Winthrop 
Harper, Charles, M.L.A., J.P. 
Hobbs, Major Joseph J. Talbot 
Hughes, Hugh S. 
Lane, Hon. Zebina, M.L.C. 
Manners, Charles 
Morgans, Alfred E. 
Morrison, James 

Parker, Chief Justice Sir Stephen Henry 
Pilkington, Robert R., B.A. 
Riley, Right Rev. Chas. Owen L., D.D., 

Lord Bishop of Perth 
Roe, Augustus S. 
rosewarne, d.d. 
Sandover, Alfred 
Saunders, Harris M., J.P. 
Saunders, Hon. Henry J., A.M.Inst.C.E. 
Saunders, John H., M.B., M.R.C.S. 
Saw, Wm. A. 
Shenton, Edward, J.P. 
Stenberg, Ernest G. 
Strickland, H.E., Sm Gerald, K.C.M.G. 
Taylor, J. Howard 
Thomas, C. W. 

Thomson, John Erskine.. M.B., CM. 
Vautin, H. D. 

WiGMORE, H. J. 

Williams, Henry Watson 



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Wilson, Hok. Frank, C.M.G., M.L.A. 
WiTTENOOM, Hon. Sib Edwarb H., K.C.M.G., 

M.L.C. 
Wright, Hon. Jas. W., M.L.C. 

PORT DARTVaN, S.A. 
Langdon, William Churchward, J.P. 

QUEANBEYAN, N.S.W. 
Cunningham, A. Jackson 

QUIRINDI, N.S.W. 
BiNNiE, George 

RUTHERGLEN, VIC. 

Wakefield, Oliver 

ST. GEORGE, QUEENS. 
Smith, E. H. 

ST. HELEN, TAS. 
Gt-ADWYN, William T. 

SALE, VIO. 
Pearson, John B. 

SCONE, N.S.W. 
Doyle, James Henry 
White, Victor 

SEYMOUR, VIC. 
Sedgefield, Arthur E. 

SUTTON FOREST, N.S.W. 
Bennett, Chris. 

SYDNEY, N.S.W. 
A'Becket, Marsham E. 
Alexander, C. W. 
Alison, James 
Angus, James, Rooty Hill 
Angus, William 
Arthur, Richard, M.D., M.L.A. 
Beale, Octavius C. 
Blanchard, Lieut. -Colonel Julian T. 
BrooK; William 
Browne, Sylvester 
Bruce, J. R. Baxter 
Brunton, Major John Spencer, J.P. 
Buchanan, V/. F., J.P. 
Buchanan, W. F., Junr. 
BuNDOCK, Charles S. 



BuTiNS, Colonel Hon. James, M.L.C 

Burton, William 

Cape, Alfred J. 

Chadwick, Robert 

Chalmers, Nathaniel 

Chapman, E. Shirley 

Clubbb, Charles P. B., M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P. 

Could RE Y, Wm. H., J.P. 

Creed, Hon. John M., M.L.C, L.R.C.P. 

Grossman, Charles R. 

Dangar, Albert A. 

Daniels, Joseph 

David, Professor T. W. E. 

Deck, G. H. Baring, M.B., CM. 

DiBBS, Thos. a. 

DixsoN, Robert Craig 

Docker, Judge Ernest B. 

Docker, Thos. L. 

Docker, Wilfred L. 

DODWELL, MaLBY C. 

Donovan, John J., K.C., M.A., LL.D. 

DuNLOP, John Sym 

Easton, Herbert E. 

Eaton, Geo. T. 

Edwards, Clarence 

Edwards, David R., M.D. 

Elmslie, Christopher Tatham 

Fairfax, Geoffrey E. 

Fairfax, James Oswald 

Fairfax, Sir James R. 

Faithfull, Robert L., ]\I.D. 

Farnell, Frank, J.P. 

Fell, David, M.L.A. 

Fell, W. Scott 

Flegeltaub, Walter 

Foreman, Joseph, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Georgeson, George, J.P. 

Gillespie, John Wm. 

Gould, Lieut.-Colonel Senator Hon. Sir 
Albert J., V.D. 

Grain, Ernest A. 

Gray, Edward D. 

Gray, Robert 

Griffith, Right Hon. Sir Samuel W.,G.CM.G. 

GuLLiCK, William A. 

Harker, George, D.Sc. 

Hart, Peter Francis 

Hassall, Raymond L. 

Henry, Thomas W. 

Hill, Wardrop M. 

Holt, Walter H., J.P. 

Hood, A. Jarvie, M.B., CM. 

Hooke, Augustus Junr. 

HoRDERN, Edward Cabr 

Hughes, Hon. Thomas, M.L.C 

Hyman, Coleman P., J.P. 

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James, J. William, F.G.S. 

Johnston, D. Hope, M.A. 

Johnston, Percival, J. P. 

Jones, Edward Lloyd 

Jones, Sm Philip Sydney, M.D. 

Jose, Arthitr W. 

Kater, Norman W., M.B., CM. 

King, Arthur S. 

King, Kelso 

EJTCHEN, John H. 

Lawrence, Richard P. 

Little, Chas. Wm. 

LivERSiDGE, Professor Archibald, M.A., 

F.R.S. 
Lloyd, Chas. W. 
Love, James R. 
MacDonald, Ebenezer 
Mackay, Captain A. W., J.P. 
Mackellar, Hon. Sir Charles K., M.L.C, 

M.B. 
JLvcPHERsoN, Edward H. 
McCrae, Farquhar P. G. 
McMillan, Robert 
McMillan, Hon. Sir Wm., K.C.M.G. 
IVLiNCHEE, John C. 
Marden, Stanley A. 
IVIarks, Percy J., B.A. 
Martin, William P. 
Meeks, Hon. Alfred W., M.L.G. 
Merivale, George H. 
Miller, Denison S. K. 
Mooee, Frederick Henry 
Mullins, John Francis Lane 
Nathan, Vernon V. 
Noble, John, J.P. 
O'Brien, John 

Onslow, G. M. ILiCARTHtrR, Menangle 
Onslow, Lieut. -Colonel J. W. Macarthur, 

Menangle 
Osborne, George 
Osborne, Hamilton 
Osborne, Henry, C. Bowrql 
Osborne, Oliver T. 

Owen, Lieut. Colonel Percy, WoUongong 
Palmer, John E. 
Paton, F. Ninian 
Pearse, Albert Wm., J.P. 
Pentland, Alexander, M.B., Gofford 
Perston, Norman F. 
Rattray, Allan A. 

Roberts, Colonel Chas. F., C.M.G., A.D.C. 
Roberts, Hon. Charles J., C.M.G., M.L.C. 
Robison, John H. 
Rothe, Waldemar H. 
Russell- Watson. Major Wm. W. 
Salter, Thos. 
Sandy, James M. 



Scheidel, Auguste, Ph.D. 

Scott, Yuill 

Sheridan, Richard N. 

Simpson, G. Morris 

SJiiTH, Colin 

Smith, George 

Smith, Robert Gemmell 

Smith, Wm. Edwards, M.R.A.C. 

Stawell, Jonas M. 

Stephen, Hon. Sir Henry 

Stirton, Thomas A. 

Street, Alfred R. 

Stuart, Professor T. P. Anderson M.D. 

LL.D. 
Taylor, Rev. Wm. G. 
Teece, Richd. 
Thomson, Hon. Dugald 
Trelawny, Edward 
Von Sturmer, Spencer W. 
Walker, Senator Hon. James T. 
Waterhousb, Joseph H. E. 
Wentworth, Fitz William 
Whiteman, Reginald J. N., M.B., CM. 
WiNCHCOMBE, Hon. F. E., M.L.C. 
Wise, Hon. Bernhard R., K.C 
WooDHOusE, Edmund Bingham, Caviflell- 

town 
Wylie, Samuel 
Young, H. C Arthur 

toowoomba, queens. 

Beit, Vi^rujAM. 

Crump, G. Cress well, Gonmbungee 
GoDSALL, Robert S., M.B., CM. 
White, John D. 

TOWNSVTLLE, QUEENS. 
Allen, Gerald F. 

Brown, Thomas Douglas, Lower Burdekin 
Christison, Robert Alexander 
Frodsham, Right Rev. George H., M.A., D.D., 

Lord Bishop of N. Queensland 
McKimmin, Robert 
McRae, William 

tumberumba, n.s.w. 

Maw, Henry S., L.S.A. 

urana, n.s.w. 

McCaughey, Hon. Sir Samuel, M.L.C. 

WAGGA, N.S.W. 
Edwards, Leslie T. 
Macdonald, Claude A. 



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WALCHA, N.S.W. 
FLETcnER, William 

WALEBING, W.A. 
Lefroy, Hon. Henry Brttce, C.M.G. 

WALGETT, N.S.W. 
Taylor, Frederick W. 



WATERLOO, W.A. 
LovEGROVB, Thomas H., M.R.C.S. 

WATERY ALE, S.A. 
Duncan, Hon. John J., M.L.C. 

WINGELLO. 
Chase, Richard W. 



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BARBERTON, TRANS. 
Pauling, George 
Watts, John Whidbornb 

BETHLEHEM, O.F.S. 
Thomas, Charles C. 

BLOEMFONTEIN, O.F.S. 

Anderson, Murdoch 

Austin, Henry Boase, J.P., F.R.A.S. 

Beck, Chas. 

Blaine, Herbert F., K.C. 

Bolt, Fredk. Wm. 

Botha, Hercules P. 

Brown, Ellison 

Champion, Chas. Wm. 

Daubney, Horace 

Falck, Anosi 

Finch, George G. 

Eraser, Senator Hon. Sir John Geoeob 

Hornby, Wm. F. 

Levy, Barnett 

Levy, George 

Maasdorp, Chiee Justice Sir Andries F. S. 

Manasse, Frank 

Nathan, Lionel 

Northcroft, Geo. A., A.M.Inst.C.E. 

Palmer, James D. 

Pearce, Ernest P. 

Scott, George 

Shaw, Chas. Courteney 

Steward-Evans, Wm. 

Watkeys, W. D. E. 

BOKSBURG, TRANS. 
Riog, Reginald S. 

BRANDFORT, O.F.S. 
Paver, Gilbert E, 



CAPE TOWN. 
Alexander, Morris, M.L.A. 
Allan, Frank, Fraserhurg 
Amphlett, George T. 
Anderson, Thomas J. 
AsTROP, John H. 
Attridgb, Henry 
Babbs, Arthur T. 
Badnall, Herbert Owen, George 
Bailey, Amos 
Bateman, Percy H. 
Bensusan, Ralph 
Bertram, Robertson F. 
Blackburn, Arthur L., Simonstown 
BosTOCK, Arthur 
Bromley, Henry, Ceres 
Brown, Major Wm. H. 
Bryant, Alfred 

Buchanan, Hon. Justice Sir E. John 
BuLLEN, Wm. Alfred 
Cairncross, John J. P., Somerset West 
Cartwright, John D. 
Castleton, Edmund J. 
Churchill, Senator Hon. Frank F. 
Clark, George F. H., M.A. 
CORDER, Wm. J. 
CORNISH-BOWDEN, AtHELSTAN H. 

CowEN, Chas. 

CowpER, Sydney, C.M.G. 

Crewe, Colonel Hon. Chas. P., C.B., M.L.A. 

CuRRiE, Oswald J., M.B., M.R.C.S.E. 

CuTHBERT, Wm. Mitchell 

Darter, George B. S., M.B., M.R.C.S.E., 

Victoria West 
De Haviland, Captain Thos. L. 
De Smidt, Wm. C. J. 
Db Villibrs Smuts, Paarl 
De Villibrs, Right Hon. Lord, K. C.M.G. 
De Witt, Anthony M. 
Douglas, James 
DowsETT, Charles 



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DuKiNO, Abraham A., Paarl 

DwYER, Frederick L. 

Elder, Irvine G. M., Grohouw 

Fletcher, AVm. 

Forsyth, Wm. T. 

Friedlander, Chas. 

Garlick, John 

Gemmell, Hugh B. 

Gibson, Harry 

GoxjRLAY, Wm. Dickson 

Graaff, Senator Hon. Jacobus A. C. 

Green, HELPERitrs R. 

Greene, George 

Hallamore, Llewellyn S. 

Harsant, Sydney B. 

Haw, Walter H., M.R.C.S.E., L.S.A., Knysna 

Heatlie, Arthur, B.A., M.Inst.C.E., Ceres 

Heatlie, Bertbum de V. 

Heberden, G. a., M.R.C.S.E., D.S.O., J.P., 

Victoria West 
Hedley, T. Lietch 
Hemmens, Captain R. A. 
Hewat, John, M.B., M.L.A. 
Hiddingh, Michael, F.C.S. 
Hill, Arthur H. Jocelyn, B.A. 
hochschild, sigmund 
HoRNE, Wm. H. K. 
Hutt, Edward, J. P. 
Isaacs, David 
Jagger, John Wm., M.L.A. 
James, Edmund M. 
Jameson, Right Hon. Sir L. Starr, Bart., 

C.B., M.D., M.L.A. 
Jansen, Francois F., Victoria West 
Jardine, IVLvjor Wm. 
Jeppe, Carl 
Jeppe, Julius 
Jones, Roderick 
Jones, Hon. Sydney Twentyman 
JuTA, Hon. Sir Henry H., K.C, M.L.A. 
Keegan, Wm. 

Kempen, William H., Victoria West 
Keyzeb, Siegfried S., Stellenhosch 
KiLPiN, Sir Ernest F., K.C.M.G. 
KoHLER, Charles W. H., Paarl 
Kriel, Rev. H. T., Worcester 
Langerman, James 
Lawrence, Brown 
Lawrence, John P. 
Lawton, Alfred B. 
Legg, Captain Archibald S., Knysna 
Lipp, Charles, J. P. 
Logan, James D., Matjesfontein 
Lorimer, Samuel 

Maasdorp, Hon. Mr. Justice C. G. 
Malleson, P. Rod BARD, Stellenhosch 
Mabais, Charles 



Marais, Christian L. 

Mabais, Johannes H., M.L.A. 

MiCHAU, J. J., J. P. 

Michell, Hon. Sir Lewis L., C.V.O. 

Moffat, R. Unwin, C M.G., M.B., Kalh Bay 

Moore, Albert 

Morris, Percival Darter, Victoria West 

Mountford, Wm. H. 

Muirhead,Jas. M.P.,r.S.A.A.,F.S.S.,F.R.S.L. 

Muller, John, B.A. 

MULLINS, A. G. 

Murray, Fredk., M.B., CM. 

Newman, Frank 

Nichol, Wm., M.I.M.E. 

Nicholson, C. Shaw, C.C. & R.M., Paarl 

Ohlsson, Andries 

Pearson, Professor H. H. W., M.A., F.L.S. 

Perkins, Hubert S. 

PococK, W. F. H, 

Reid, Arthur H., C.E., F.R.I.B.A. 

Reiners, August 

Reitef, Jacobus P., Paarl 

Rimer, J. C. 

RivAS, Philip A. 

Robins, Richard Wm. 

Rose-Innes, Sib James, K.C.M.G. 

Ross, Hon. Wm., J. P. 

St. Leger, Fredk. Luke 

schierhout, jilchael j. 

ScHREiNER, Senator Hon. Wm. P., C.M.G., K.C. 

Seavill, Cecil Eliot 

Serburier, Louis C. 

Silberbauer, Charles F. 

Sinclair-Stevenson, Sir Edmond, M.D. 

Smith, Chas. H., A.R.LB.A. 

SanTHEBS, Henry 

Smuts, Chas. F. 

Smuts, C. Peter, M.B., CM. 

Smuts, Louis B. 

Somershield, Oscar 

Sprigq, Right Hon. Sir J. Gordon, G.C.M.G. 

Stevens, Daniel C, F.R.G.S. 

Stewart, Thomas 

Struben, Chas. F. W., M.L.A. 

Struben, H. W., J. p. 

Stuart, Roland 

Tennant, David, J. P. 

Theal, Geo. McCall, LL.D. 

Thomas, C Neumann 

Thorne, Wm. J. 

Thorne, Sir William 

Tyars, George P. 

Vallancy, Vv'm. Bertram 

Van Breda, Servaas 

Van Renen, Henry 

Versfeld, Dirk, J.P., Eiversdale 

Vickers, Albert 



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: ViNTCENT, Alwyn J., Mossel Bay 

Walsh, Albeet 
':. Warren, Edward 
; Wege, Peter G., J.P. 

Wiener, Ludwig 

WiLLMOT, Frederick C.,M.D., V.V.B..,Saldan}M 
Bay 

WiLMAN, Herbert 

IWiLMOT, Hon. Alexander. 
Wilson, W. T. 
WoLLASTON, Francis E. 
WoRROLL, Charles 
Wright, Allan 
Wright, John Wm. 
Zietman, Louis F. 

DUNDEE, NATAL. 
Barnes, Alfred H. 
Brokensha, Thomas H. 

CORNEORTH, PeTER E. G. 

DURBAN. 

Abrey, Henry 
\ AcuTT, Ernest Leslie, C.M.G. 
Acutt, Leonard 
Baker, Alfred John 
Baker, William G. 
Ballard, Captain Henry, C.M.G. 
Beningfield, Lieut. -Colonel R. W. 
Bentley, Edmund T. 
Bourhill, Henry, GlmJca's Kraal 
Brown, John Charles 

I Brown, J. Ellis 
Campbell, Archibald M. 
Campbell, Senator Hon. Marshall 
Clark, Charles Crabb 
Collins, Geo. Churton 

Collins, Henry Ramsay, .J.P., A.M.Inst.C.E. 
CooLEY, Wm. 
Corbet, Everard P. 
Costley- White, Cyril C. E. 
Cunningham, J. R. Balfour 
Dick, Godfrey, W. 
Edwards, Frederic G. H., BLD. 
Essery, Edwin, J.P. 
Etlinger, Thos. E., C.E. 
Evans, Maurice S., C.M.G. 
Ferguson, James Finlay 
Finch, Barnard 
Feerb, Owen G. 
Gatland, Geo. J. 
Geary, Alfred 
Greenacre, Walter 
Hampson, B. 
Hampson, J. Atherton 
Hands, Geo. E, 



Haydon, Leonard G., M.B., CM., D.P.H. 

Henderson, W. P. M. 

Hitchins, Senator Hon. Charles 

Holmes, Chas. Wm. 

Hooper, Raymond E. 

HuLETT, Geo. Herbert 

HuLETT, Senator Hon. Sir Jas. Liege, J.P. 

Hulett, Horace B. 

HuLSTON, John, J.P. 

Hunter, Sir David, K.C.M.G., M.L.A. 

Hunter, James M. 

Kessler, Captain Robt. C. 

Langston, Edmund H. 

Lucas, Fredk. G. C. 

Lyall, George P. 

McKenzie, Archibald, M.D., M.R.C.S.E. 

McLarty, Wm. 

Maddison, Cecil W. 

Marriott, Walter J. 

Maydon, Hon. John G., M.L.A. 

Merrin, Charles E. 

Millar, Harry 

Miller, Roland Henry 

Mills, Frederick W. 

Morrison, Alexr. 

Nelson, Thomas 

Orpen, Joseph Millard 

Palmer, Valentine C. 

Pearce, John 

Petherick, Herbert L. 

Power, Henry Shakespeare, J.P. 

Prince, J. Perrott, M.D. 

Reynolds, Frank 

Saunders, Edward 

schulz, j. h. aurel, m.d. 

SiEDLE, Otto 

Smith, Arthur Ashdown 

Sparks, Lieut. -Colonel Harry, V.D. 

Stevens, Frank, C.M.G. 

Stranack, Morris Wm. 

Stranack, Wm. 

Thompson, Wm. J., J.P. 

Vrbede, Dirk E. 

Webster, Edgar J. P. 

Wolff, Leo Mitford 

EAST LONDON, CAPE 
Beswick, J. H., Queenstown 
Bower, David J. 
Brothers, C. M., Queenstown 
Brown, J. E. Myles, M.B., Aliwal North 
CoRDEROY, John W., Kokstad 
Dalrymple, Thomas 
Dent, R. Court, J.P, 
Dickinson, Harry 0., Burghersdorp 
Frost, Hon. Sir John, K.C.M.G., Queenstown 
Gasson, George H., Queenstown 



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HocBXEY, Daniel Edward 

Jeffabes, John L. S., B.Sc, A.M.In.st.C.E., 

Aliu-al North 
MacDonald, Duncan 
IIager, Wm. Kelk, J.P., Queenstovm 
O'CoNNELL, John H., C.C, R.M., Humansdorp 
Priaulz, Frank W., Bedford 
Rae, James E., Queen-stown 
Rees, David, J. P. 

Tannahhx, Thomas F., M.D., Queendown 
Tbegarthen, Wm. C, Queenstown 
Wells, Ernest T., Queenstown 

ESTCOURT, NATAL. 
Albrecht, Henry B. 

FOXON, LlEUT.-COLONEL FrANK E., V.D. 

Gray, Robert 

MiDDLETON, Richard W., L.S.A. 

FAURESMITH, O.F.S. 
Dickson, William Samuel 

FICKSBURG, O.F.S. 
Orfobd, Rev. Canon Horace Willum, M.A. 
Stevens, C iarles 
Van der Byl, Peter F. 

GERMISTON, TRANS. 

PlSTORIUS, JOHAN J. 

GRAHAMSTOWN, CAPE 
Abbott, Chas. H. 
Abbott, Ernest W. 
Atherstone, Guybon D., M.Inst.C.E. 
Atkinson, C. G. Warner 
Blomfield, Horace M. 
Burke, H. Leonard, K.O. 
Cornish, Right Rev. Chas. E., D.D., Lord 

Bishop of Graliamslown 
Douglass, James H. 
Giddy, Lennox L. 
Graham, Francis G. C. 
Hards, Harry H. 
Hemming, John 
Hind, Robert 
HuTTON, Andries S. 
Kettlewell, p. W. H. 
Lea, Julian Augustus, M.B., F.R.C.S. 
Long, DA\^D A. 
JIiLEs, Chas. Geo. 
Parker, Arthur 
Robertson, William, M.R.C.V.S. 
Saunders, Major Fredk. A., F.R.C.S.> 

L.R.C.P. 
Shand, Andrew B., J.P. 
Van deb Riet, Thos. F. B, 



GREYTOWN, NATAL. 
Leuchars, Colonel George, C.M.G., D.S.O. 
Riddell, Henry Scott 
Simkins, Edward 
Tatham, Charles, J.P. 

HARRISMITH, O.F.S. 
Caskie, Alexander 
Johnson, Percy Viner 
Rosa, John Cornelius 
Thomson, William Burns, J.P. 
Williams, G. A. 

HEIDELBERG, TRANS. 
Aldous, Rev. Percival M., M.A. 
Noyce, F.A, 

HOOPSTAD, O.F.S. 
Werdmuller, a. C, J.P. 

JAGERSFONTEIN, O.F.S. 
Viner, Alfred T. A. 

JOHANNESBURG. 

Aburrow, Charles 

AcuTT, Courtney 

Adler, Henry 

Andrews, Thomas 

Baildon, Arthur E. 

Bailey, Sir Abe, K.C.M.G. 

Ball, Henry S., M.Sc. 

Ball, Thomas J., J.P. 

Bateman, Walter Slade 

Bay, Aaron 

Bell, Cyril M. 

Bell, Wm. H. Somerset 

Bettelheim, Henri 

Beves, Gordon 

Beyers, F. W. 

Blakeley, R. H. 

Blane, Wm. 

Bleloch, Robt. 

Bleloch, Wm. 

BoARDMAN, Major A. Slight 

Booth, Ferdinand Robert 

Booth, Karl E. 0. 

Boss, Aaron A. 

Bridges, P. W. 

Cadenhead, J. F. 

Caldecott, Wm. A., B.A., F.C.S. 

Campbell-Johnson, Harry F. 

Carruthers, TnoaiAS B. 

Caulfield, Wm. F. 

Chesterton, Lewis B. 



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Chudleigh, Chas. 

Clark, G. Cresswell, C.M.G. 

Cohen, H. Herschel 

Collins, Edward Wm. 

Cox, Sydenham E. S. 

Creewell, Jacob 

Croghan, John G., M.D., Klipriversoog 

Crosby, Captain Arthur J. 

CuLLiNAN, Sir Thos. M., M.L.A. 

CuRRiE, Richard 

Curtis, Lionel G. 

Da VIES, Clement 

Da VIES, Walter Karri 

Denny, George A. 

Denton, Henry 

Devenish, Chas. E. 

Dollar, Edward 

Donaldson, John S. 

Douglas, Robert H. 

Douglass, Edward AVingfield 

DuiRS, David P., M.D. 

Dumat, Frank Campbell 

Duncan, Patrick, C.M.G. , M.L.A. 

DuNLOP, Wm. 

Eastwood, Philip B. 

Edgson, Arthur B. 

Edington, Thos. D. 

Edwardes, Roy des Anges 

Edwards, G. Baker 

Evans, J. Emrys, C.M.G. 

Evans, Samuel 

Evans, Wm. Gwynnb 

Fairbridge, Wm. E. 

Faulkner, George A. 

Ferguson, James 

FiLMER, Harry J. 

Fisher, John Meadows 

FitzPatrick, Sir J. Percy, K.C.M.G., M.L.A. 

Fleischer, Henry C. 

Fleming, Richard 

Forbes, Fredk. Wm. 

Frames, Percival Ross 

Friedman, Isaac 

Frood, Thomas Morton, M.D. 

Fry, Harold A. 

Gallewski, Maurice 

Gau, Julius 

Gilchrist, Thomas B., M.D. 

Gilpillan, Douglas F. 

Glenny, Thos. A. 

Goldman, Richard 

GoLDREicH, Samuel 

Graham, Woodthorpe T. 

Grant, A. H. H. 

Greathead, Percy, J.P. 

Green, Frank J. H. 

Green, Wm. J. 



Greenlees, Jas. Neilson 

Gregor, Alfred 

Grimmer, Wm. P. 

Hains, Henry 

Hallimond, Wm. T. 

Hancock, Strangman 

Habger, Richard L. 

Harrison, J. Sprangeb 

Hart, Edward 

Hawthorn, Reginald W. E. 

Head, Wm. Beachy 

Hertslet, Percy, LS.O. 

Hewlett, William G. 

Heymann, Joseph, J.P. 

Hillman, Selig 

Hillman, Wolf 

Hofmeyr, Henry J., B.A. 

HOLFORD, Wm. G. 

Hollins, Richard R. 

HoLLOWAY, Alfred 

HoMAN, Leonard E. B. 

Hosken, Wm. 

Hoy, W. W. 

HoYLE, James Johnson 

Hudson, Walter E. 

HuMBY, Albert J., M.Inst.C.E. 

Imroth, Gustav 

I' 0ns, Fredk. F. 

Isemonger, Robert B. 

Jamieson, Edmund C. 

Jeppe, Julius 

Jerome, Charles 

JoFFE, Max F. 

Johns, J. Harry 

Johnston, J. Lyon 

Jones, Evan H., J.P. 

IsLantor, Abb 

KLiUFMAN, Isaac 

Keenan, James, F.R.C.S.I. 

Kerr, Thomas 

Kershaw, Henry D. 

Lagesen, Christian A. 

Lamb, Henry J. 

Lance, Senator Hon. Wm. F. 

Langebbink, Andbies 

Langerman, J. W. S. 

Lavebtine, a. G. 

Lenz, Otto 

Leonabd, Chaeles 

Leslie, J. H. 

Lewis, Alfred 

Lezard, Herbert L. 

Lichtheim, Jacob 

LiDDLE, Frederic C. 

Liddle, Horace S. 

LiDDLB, Joseph 

Lindsay, Henry Lill 



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Little JOHN, James 
LocKiE, Albert V. J. 

McCaLLUM, WlLLLiM 

McCowAT, Robert L., F.R.I.B.A. 

McDoxALD, Francis R. 

McEwAN, Wm. 

McGregor, Frank 

McMillan, Major F. Douglas 

Marklew, E. C. 

Martin, Wm. A. 

Mason, Richard Lyte 

Matthews, Josiah W., M.D. 

Mavrogordato, Theodore E., J. P. 

Maynard, Major J. G. 

Mel\tll, E. H. v., A.M.Inst.C.E. 

Mitchell, Wm. E. C, D.S.O. 

Moon, Frederick Wm. 

Morton, James 

MuNRO, Richard Ross 

Murray, Geo. E., M.B., F.R.C.S. 

Nathan, Emile, M.L.A. 

NrrcH, George H. 

Nourse, Henry 

Ogilvie, Patrick A. 

Owen, Herbert Berry 

Papenfus, Herbert B. 

Parker, Chas. E. 

Parkes, John S. 

Parry, Reginald H. 

Pea COCKE, A. W. H. 

Peirson, Alexander R. 

Peirson, Joseph Waldie 

Pessen, Morris L. 

Phillips, Sir Lionel, Bart., M.L.A. 

PiM, Howard. 

Pitt, Robert G. Campbell 

Pitts, John 

Pizzighelli, Richard 

Playford, Louis L. 

Pollock, David S. H. 

Pratt, Arthur 

Price, Sir Thomas R., K.C.M.G. 

Pryde, John B. 

PuECHAS, Thomas A. R. 

QuLNN, J. W., M.L.A. 

QcTNTON, Francis J. 

Ransome, Percy 

Reid, Walter 

Reunert, Theodore, A.M.Inst.C.E. 

Richardson, Newman 

RiGHTHOUSE, J. 

RissiK, Cornelius 
Roberts, Charles J. 
Roberts, Cobyton 
Roberts, Herbert 
Robinson, John 
Rogers, Henry Adams 



Rosen, Jacob 

Rosettenstein, Albert V., J.P. 

ROSETTENSTEIN, MaX 

Ross, Wm. 

RoYCE, Wm. 

Sacke, Simon 

Saner, Lieut. -Colonel Ch.\s. B. 

Shandel, Solomon 

Shepherd, James 

Short, Louis W. 

Skinner, Harry Ross 

Smith, H. Jasper 

Smith, R. Tottenham 

Smyth, J. W. 

Solomon, Senator Hon. Sir Edward P. 

K.C.M.G. 
Solomon, Harry 
Somerset, Edmund T. 
Sonn, Gustav 
Spence, Robt. H. 
Stallaed, Chas. F, 
Stayt, Wm. 

Steytler, Henry de Villiers 
Stokes, Frederick W. 
Stone, Harry 
Stucke, W. H., A.R.I.B.A. 
Sturrock, Fredk. C. 
Symons, David 
Taberer, Henry M. 
Tamplin, Ernest H. 
Tatham, Ralph H. 
Taylor, George M. 
Thiselton, Albert E. 
TucHTEN, Jose G. 

Tucker, Senator Hon. Wm. ICidger, C.M.G. 
TuGMAN, Herbert St. John 
Turner, Frank 
Vander, Hoven, H. G. 
Van Hulsteyn, Sir William 
Wackrill, Herbert J. 
Walker, A. Blofield 
Walker, Arthur 
Wallace, Alexander 
Wau^ace, Stuart G. 
Watson, H. Feaser 
Wayland, Arthur E. 
Webb, Clement D. 
Webber, Walter S. 
Wentzel, Chas. A. 
Whitelby, Percival 
Wienand, C. F. 
WiLKS, Samuel Jerrold, C.E. 
WiLLL4Ms, Thomas D. 
Wills, George F. 

WOODBURN, MaCGREGOR 
WOODBUEN, Wm. 

Woods, Chas. 



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KIMBERLEY. 

Anderson, Wm. Tkail 

Ashe, Evelyn 0., M.D. 

BooNZAiEB, WiLHELM G., Carnarvon 

Brink, Arend 

Cator, George C. 

Chisholm, W. 

CoMPTON, Geo. W. 

CiTNDiLL, Oswald J., M.B., M.R.C.S.E. 

De Pass, John 

Duncan, James Denoon 

Enqblken, Emil Wm. 

English, Thos. Rowe 

Finlayson, Lieut. - Colonel Robert A., 

»C.M.G. 
Goode, Wm. Hamilton 
Greatbatch, David W. 
Haarhoff, Daniel J., J.P. 
Harris, Lieut. -Colonel Sib David, K.C.M.G., 

M.L.A. 
Harris, Henry Wm. J. 
Harris, Wm. Duckett, BarUy West 
Hart, Herbert F., M.B., J.P., Carnarvon 
Hibschhorn, Friedbich 
HoPLEY, Hon. Mr. Justice Wm. M. 
Hull, George H, 
Hyam, Abeaham 
Kent, John P. 

Lange, Hon. Mb. Justice J. H. 
Lezaed, Louis F. 
Long, Arthur G., Prieska 
MacGill, David, J.P. 
MacKay, George, Douglas 
liLiCKENZiE, John Eddie, M.B., CM. 
McIvoR, James B., Prieska 
Melville, S. Du Toit, J.P., Carnarvon 
Mendelssohn, Isidor 
Mullee, Alwyn J. G., C.C. & R.M., 

Carnarvon 
Newdigate, Wm. 
NiND, Chas. E. 
Oats, Fr.4nci3 
Oppenheimer, Ernest 
Orpen, Redmond N. M., C.M.G., J.P., 

Campbell 
Orb, Johk 
Poole, Thomas J. 
PooLEY, Harold T. 
PooLEY, John, J.P. 
Reed, Rev. G. Cullen H., Tigerkloof 
Reid, David 

Rodger, Major Thos. Hendeeson, D.S.O. 
RoNALDsoN, Geo. Scott 
Stokes, Stephen 
Stone, Samuel 
Symonds, Heney, M.D. 
Tyson, Captain Thomas G. 



Van Alphek, J. G. de Labat, B.A., Hopefield 

Van Ulsen, Dibk 

Vigne, James Talbot 

Wakefoed, George C, Barkly West 

Walsh, Frank, B.A., J.P., Carnarvon 

Watktns, Arnold H., M.D., F.R.C.S., M.L.A. 

WiNDSOE, PeTEE F. 

Wollaston, Lieut. -Colonel Charlton F. B. 

klerksdorp, trans. 

Campbell, William 
Guest, Heebert M. 
Howard, Edward H. 
Nesee, Johannes A., M.L.A. 

koekemoer, trans. 

Lucas, Alexandee B. 

KOMATI POORT, TRANS. 
Smith,' Arthue Johnstone 

KROONSTAD, O.F.S. 
Bbown, Frank 
Goldsmith, Thomas 
Hoseason, Thomas W. 

KRUGERSDORP, TRANS. 
Cohen, Abnee, J.P. 
Edwards, AV. Moorceoft 
Haetley, Clement Percy 
McNeil, J., M.R.C.V.S. 
Phillips, Captain Llewellyn J. 

LINDLEY, O.F.S. 
Bannistee, Charles R. 
Wilson, John B. 

lydenburg, trans. 

Frost, Arthur W., Pilgrirn's Best 
Glynn, Henry Thomas 
ScHUBiNK, Jan. L. 
Teavebs, John Edmund de la Cour 

MAFEIQNG. 
Bosanquet, Aethub F. B. 
HoppEE, Edwaed 
Moseley, Geobge B. 
Peoctoe, Captain John 
Weil, Benjamin Bebtib 
Weil, Julius 
Weil, Major Myer 
Weil, Major Samuel 

MEMEL, O.F.S. 
Lucas, Philip de N. 



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IMIDDELBURG, TRANS. 
Stanley, Arthur 

NEWCASTLE, NATAL. 
colenbbandee, benjamin, j.p. 
Noyce, Ethelbert W. 
Watt, Hon. Sir Thomas, K.C.M.G., M.L.A. 

NOTTINGHAM ROAD, NATAL. 
Acutt, Cotton, Rosetta 
Crofts, Charles J., M.Inst.C.E. 
DiCKiNS, Alfred 
Evans, Lewis 

Moor, John W., M.L.A., Moot River 
Smith, Herbert H., Balgoivan 

PIETERMARITZBURG. 

Abbit, W., B.A. 

Allison, Thackeray J. 

Arbuckle, Hon. Sir William 

Armstrong, George S. 

Badcock, Percy T. 

Barnes, J. F. Evelyn., C.M.G., C.E. 

Barns, E. W., M.A. 

Baynes, Alexr. 

Baynes, Hon. Joseph, C.M.G., J.P. 

Baynes, William 

Beaumont, Sir Wm. Henry 

Beoadbent, Walter G. 

Broome, Hon. Mr. Justice Wm. 

BuNTiNE, Robert A., M.B., Ch.B. 

Cameron, Wm. M. 

Carter, Hon. Mr. Justice Thos. F. 

Clark, Robert Douglas, M.A. 

Collins, Harry 

Cooper, Richard Henry 

Cross, John Wm., J.P., R.M. 

Dainton, Arthur E. 

Davis, P. 

Dove-Wilson, Mr. Justice John C. 

Duff, James Erskine 

Fleming, Thomas 

Green, Morton 

Greene, Colonel Hon. Edward M., C.M.G., 
K.C., V.D. 

Hacker, Rev. Wm. J. 

Hammond, Arthur C. 

Hardy, John 

Harwin, John 

Hathorn, Fergus A. 

Hathorn, Mr. Justice Kenneth H. 

Hathorn, K. Howard, B.A. 

Hay, James M. Allan 

Henderson, John T. 

Holliday, Rupert 



Hunter, Willlam M. 

Hyslop, James, D.S.O., M.B. 

Jackson, Hon. Mr. Justice Cecil Gower 

Jardine, John 

Kelly, Benjamin S. 

KER^VIN, Edward 

Knight, Arthur T. 

KuFAL, Albert 0. 

Leslie, Alex. Stewart 

LiNDUP, Walter 

Line, Leonard 

Loram, Albert E. 

Lyle, Alexr. 

McAusLiN, James, M.P.C. 

Marsh, H. Vernon 

Maxwell, Lieut. -Colonel Thomas, J.P., V.D. 

Merrick, William 

Murray, Herbert 

Murray, Hon. Sir Thos. K., K.C.M.G. 

O'Brien, Wm. J. 

O'Meara, Thomas P. 

Payn, Philip Francis 

Peters, Arthur J. 

Saunders, Sir Chas. J. R., K.C.M.G. 

Shaw, Dacre A. 

Shepstone, Arthur J., C.M.G. 

Shores, John W. 

Stuart, James 

Sutton, Hon. Sir George M., K.C.M.G. 

Sutton, IMorris A. 

Tainton, John Warwick 

Tatham, Frederick Spence, K.C. 

Whitelaw, James 

Whittaker, Wm. Leopold 

Worthington, Reginald Yoeke 

YoNGE, Cecil A. S. 

PIETERSBURG, TRANS. 
Dales, Lieut. -Colonel Hartley 
GiSBORNE, Dudley G. 
Kleinenberg, Theunis, J.P. 
Mockford, F. Pemberton 
Wheelwright, Charles A., C.LI.G. 

PORT ELIZABETH. 
Barber, Hilton, J.P., Gradock 
Bennett, Frederick H. 
BiDEN, William 
Blaine, Sir C. Frederick 
Brown, John E., Sojnerset East 
Chabaud, John A. 
Chaplin, Thos. W. 
Christian, Owen S. 
Cowie, Alexr. 
Craig, Robt. Wm. 
Denny, F. W. Ramsay 



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Dewab, Wm. 

DiSTiN, Cykil AV.. Middelburg 

DoLLEY, Hon. John F. 

Ebert, Ernest 

Edwards, John, Henning 

Evans, John, B.A., M.D., Alexandria 

Forbes, Henry 

Francis, Percy J. 

Gadd, Selby M., J.P., Tafelberg 

Galpin, Geo. Luck, M.D., F.R.C.S. 

GiLFiLLAN, Edward T., Middelburg 

GiBDLESTONE, MaJOR NeLSON S. 

Gloag, Andrew, J.P. 

Griffiths, Thos. Griff 

Guthrie, Adam W. 

Hannan, Chas. 

Hannan, Reginald P. 

Hansen, Viggo J. 

Habmsworth, Captain Alfred C, J.P., 

Colesberg 
Hazell, Chas. S. 
Hilliard, Charles H., Hanover 
HmscH, August 
Hoy, G. Fredk. 
Kayser, Chas. F. 
KuHR, Henry R. 
Lane, Walter S. 

LiND HOLME, AlGOT 

LouBSER, Matthew M. 

LuMSDEN, David 

Macintosh, William 

MacSherry, Right Rev. Bishop Hugh 

McIl wraith, John 

McKechnie, Thojias S. 

Marshall, Edward A. 

^LiTTINGLEY, Wm. T. 

Metcalf, Alfred, J.P., Cradock 
Milton, Arthur C. 

MOSENTHAL, HaRRY 

O'Leary, Henry J. 
Page, Oliver E., J.P. 
Palmer, Thomas, Uitenhage 
Palmer T. Norman P., B.A., LL.D., Uitenhage 
Perrins, George R. 
Preiss, August E. 
Rowbotham, H. J. 
Scholefield, Walter H. 
Searle, James 
Smith, Chas. A. 
Stevenson, Thomas 
Struben, Robert H., Middelburg 
Thbophilus, David 
Thomas, Alfred B. 
Uppleby, John G., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 
Walpole, R. H. 

Wirgma:^, Ven. Archdeacon A. Thbodobb, 
D.D., D.C.L. 



POTCHEFSTROOM, TRANS. 
Fleischack, Albert R. 

PRETORIA. 

a'Ababrelton, Robert 

Barrett, Chablbs Hugh 

Babry, Arthub J. 

Batty, James A. 

Beckett, Thos. Wm. 

BmcH, George E. 

Blundell, Fredk. Moss 

BouBKE, Edmund F. 

Bourne, Captain Hbnby R. M. 

Braine, C. Dimond H., A.M. Inst. C.E. 

Bult, Fredk. W. 

Collie, James 

CossER, Stephen, C.A. 

Davy, Joseph Burtt, F.L.S., F.R.G.S. 

Field, A. Percy 

GiBBS, John 

GiLFILLAN, Wm. H. 

Gladstone, H.E., Right Hon. Viscount, 

G.C.M.G. 
Green, James A. 
Green, Robert Cottle 
Hamilton, Robert 
Hatch, John Lbnnard 
Hazell, Alfred "■ 

Henderson, Thomson 
Heyman, Julius N. 
Heys, Fredk. T. 
Hooper, Edward C. 
HuFFAM, Sydney 
Hull, Hon. Henry C, M.L.A. 
Hurley, Frederick A., A.M.Inst.C.E. 
Hutchinson, James 
Jones, John R. 
Jones, Wm. Patrick 
Kay, Ebnest J. 

Knobel, John B., M.B., L.R.C.S. 
Legat, Charles E. 
Lewis, E. H. 

LuNNON, Fbederic J., M.A., LL.M. 
McLouGHLiN, Arthur P, 
Marks, Ellia 

Marks, Senator Hon. Samuel 
Middleton, John J. 
Millar, Wm. 
MOGG, J. W. 
Moore, Thomas 
MuNRO, Donald M. 
PoYNTON, James C. 
Reynolds, Edward 0. 
RooTH, Edward 
' Shawe, Henry B. 
Smith, F. B. 



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Smith, Robert J. 

Smuts, Johannes, I.S.O. 

Smyth, Herbert Waeington, M.A., F.G.S. 

Solomon, Hon. Justice Sir Wm. Henry 

Struben, Arthur M. A., A.M.Inst.C.E, 

Thorne, Thos. Lane 

TiLLEY, Albert 

Van Boeschoten, Sir Joiunnes G. 

Venn, Harry N. 

Whitmore, Sidney W. 

PRYNNSBURG, O.F.S. 

Newberry, Charles 



THABA'NCHO, O.F.S. 
Robertson, James W. 

VOERSPOED, O.F.S. 
Raffalovich, Wladimir 

VRYHEID, NATAL. 
Anderson, James 
Brown, Hugh 
Orr, Thomas G. 
Wood, John Burn, M.B., CM., L.R.C.P. 



RUSTENBURG, TRANS. 
Keswick, Henry G. 
MuLLER, Franz 

SEKUKUNILAND, TRANS. 
Hunt, Donald R. 

SENEKAL, O.F.S. 
Clark, Douglas 

SWAZILAND. 

CORYNDON, R. T., C.M.G. 

Dickson, Alexander 

Feetham, Richard 

Forbes, Captain David, D.S.O. 

Miller, Aijlister M. 

Perkins, Captain Robert C, D.S.O. 

Sheldon, Thos. 



WARMBATHS, TRANS. 
Tannock, John P., M.B., CM. 

WEPENER, O.F.S. 
Brodrick, Lancelot 

WINBURG, O.F.S. 

Mercier, D. Pyne, B.A. 
Tucker, G. A. 

ZULULAND. 

Beunner, Ernest August, M.L.A. 
Cooper, Thomas W. 
Gage, Charles E. 
Harrington, Albert E. 
Jackson, Thomas A. 
Matravers, William T. 



ALGERIA. 

Crush, Ernest Hope 



ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. 



Balfour, Frank J. 
Begg, James 
Bell, Trevor H. 
Blomefield, Wilmot 
Bonham-Smith, Robert 
Boutell, Francis H. Chevalier 
BucKNALL, Basil E. 
Carlisle, Fred 
Cassels, Walter R. 
Clarke, Joseph P., M.Inst.CE. 
CoLQUHOUN, Arthur P. 
Gumming, Charles W. 
Douglas, John C 
Drysdale, John Monteith, M.A. 
Fadelle, Edward, CE. 
Foster, Frank 



Gibson, Hope 

Godfrey, Joseph James 

Goodfellow, Adam A. G. 

Grassick, Peter A. 

Gwyn, R. L. 

Harper, James L. 

Herrold, Maurice 

HoDDER, Samuel 

HoLWAY, Thomas B. 

Hurst, George, Santa Cruz, Patagonia 

Hutton, Alexander W., M.A. 

Johnston, M. T. 

Lloyd, Thomas 

Lough, Thomas S. 

Macluskie, Henry 

LIansel, Robert S. 



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Marcus, Hugo, M.D., M.R.C.P. 
MussoN, Haeold M. 
NoTON, Cecil A., A.M.I.E.E. 
Reynolds, Henry 
Roberts, Robert H. 
Roberts, Robert Wm. 
RuMBOLL, R. Lionel 
Sanderson, Huon S. 



Scott, Elgin 

Scott, Francis 

Skerrett, King 

Stuart, Robert H. F., M.Inst.C.E. 

TouLMiN, Evelyn, M.O. 

Tower, H. E., Sir Reginald T. K.C.M.G. 

C.V.O. 
Warden, Wm. 



BAHAMAS. 



Armbrister, Percy W. D. 

Bennett, Hon. Wm. Hart, C.M.G. 

Bkown, J. H., M.H.A. 

CuLMER, Hon. Jas. Wm., M.E.C. 

Curry, Robt. H., M.H.A. 

Durrant, Hon. F. C. Wells, MA., K.C. 

Fbaser, Chas. a. 

Grey-Wilson, H.E., Sir Willlim, K.C.M.G. 

Holmes, Francis A., M.R.C.S.E., M.H.A. 

Hunt, Hon. Walter R. 

Jameson, Henry B. L. 



Johnson, W. C. B., M.H.A. 

Lightburn, Henry W. 

Malcolm, Harcourt G., M.H.A. 

Pitt, Wm. A., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 

Rae, J. Stanley 

Solomon, A. Kenneth, M.H.A. 

Strombom, W. E. S. 

Tudor, His Honour Chief Justice Daniel T, 

Young, Hon. Sir. James H., M.E.C. 

Young, J. Ronald C, M.H.A. 



BARBADOS. 



Anstey, Rev. Arthur H., M.A. 

BuRDON, Major Hon. J. Alder, C.M.G., M.A. 

FitzGerald, O'Connell 

Flood, Edward H. S. 

Harrison, Sydney T., C.M.G. 

Jackman, Edward C, M.C.P. 

Philips, Hon. J. R., M.L.C., M.B., CM. 

Pile, Henry Alleyne 

Pn.GRiM, E. Graham, M. B., CM., M.L.A. 



Pitcher Clarence S. 

Probyn, H.E., Sir Leslie, K.C.M.G. 

Sanderson, Edward Murray 

SiNCKLER, Edward G. 

Skinner, Irvine S., M.H.A. 

Swaby% the Right Rev. AVm. P., D.D. 

Bishop of Barbados 
Watts, Hon. Francis, D.Sc, C.M.G. 



Lord 



BASUTOLAND. 



HoBSON, George R. 

Long, Edward C, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 



Sloley, Sir Herbert C, K.C.M.G. 
Weigall, Rev. Canon Spencer, M.A. 



BECHUANALAND PROTECTORATE. 



Bailey, Robert A. 

HoDSON, Arnold W., F.R.G.S. 



Murphy, Wm. H. W. 
Weatherilt, Henry C. 



BRUSSELS, BELGIUM. 

KnEVETT, J. S. K. DE 



BELGIAN CONGO. 

Ellis, Joseph Patrick, Elizabethville 



BERMUDA. 



Appleby, Reginald W. 

Davidson, Ven. Archdeacon James 

Dill, Thos. M., M.C.P. 

Gray, Hon. Reginald, M.E.C. 

Hallett, Wm. Cardy 

Ingham, Hon. Charles V., M.L.C. 

Lockward, Hon. Henry 



Lough, Rev. Edward J. 
Middleton, Hon. Ormond T., M.L.C. 
Trott, Hon. Dudley, M.B., M.E.C 
Tucker, Cecil H. 

Wadson, Hon. Sir Thomas J., M.C.P. 
Wilkinson, Hon. Edgar C, M.D., M.L.C. 

M 2 



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BRAZIL. 



Caetweight, Crellin, Rio de Janeiro 
GoMM, Harry H., Curityha 
Keefee, Edward C, Rio de Janeiro 
Keevil, John J., Santos 
Oldfield. Feank Staistley, Para 



PoNTiFEX, Reginald W., Rio de Janeiro 
Rolls, Ole W., Bahia 
ScHLAPFEE, Edwaed, Bahia 
Thoenton, Thojlas, Sao Paulo 
Ware, Wm. Fairburn, Sao Pa\ilo 



BRITISH EAST AFRICA. 



Anderson, Charles A. M., Mombasa 
Bagge, Stephen S., C.M.G., Naivasha 
Baillie, F. W., Nairobi 
Barth, His Honour Jttdge Jacob W., M.A., 

Mombasa 
Battiscombe, E., Nyeri 

Bell, Lieut. -Colonel John W., C.M.G., Nairobi 
Biggs, Edmund K., Malindi 
BowRLNG, Hon. Chas. Calvert, C.M.G., M.L.C., 

Nairobi 
Beook, Captain W. B., Nairobi 
BuLKLEY, George, Nairobi 
Caine, George W. L., Limoru 
Caine, Lionel E., Nairobi 
Cobb, E. Powys, Molo 
Cox, Jas. Ievers, Mombasa 
Crawford, Wm. A., Mombasa 
Crisford, Geo. N., Kipini 
Crofts, D. G., Nairobi 
CuNLiFFE, Wm. G., Nakuru 
Davis, Alexe., Nairobi 
DeLacy, W. E. Fenn, Mombasa 
Deought, James J., F.C.S., A.LM.M., Nandi 
Dunn, Thom.\s S., Naivasha 
Ellard, John Brandon, Nairobi 
Galley, James, Nairobi 
Gamble, Oswald, Nairobi 
Girouard, H.E., Lieut. -Colonel Sir Percy, 

R.E., K.C.M.G., D.S.O., Nairobi 
Gosling, J. T., Mombasa 
Graham, Joseph Wm., Magadi Railway 
Grant, Owen, Masongoleni 
Grant, Ronald C, Nairobi 
Heatley, Hugh H., Nairobi 
Hollis, Hon. A. Claud, C.M.G., M.L.C., Nairobi 



Jackson, Wilfrid B., Nairobi 

Jebb, Richard R., Nairobi 

Jeevanjee, Hon. A. M., M.L.C., Mombasa 

Johnston, James, Nairobi 

Jones, Llewellyn A. F., Kisii 

Leggett, Major E. H. M., D.S.O., Mombasa 

Logan, Ewen R., M.A., Mahuru 

Lumley, Jas. M , Kisii 

MacDonald, Hon. Archibald C, M.L.C, 

Nairobi 
Maclean, Adrian J., Mombasa 
Macnaghten, Leslie H., Kisumu 
McBride, Wm., Mombasa 
McClellan, John W. Tyndale, Fort HiU 
MiLDMAY, George St. J., Mombasa 
Monson, Wm. J., Nairobi 
Noethcote, Geoffeey a. Stafford, Kiamba 
NoTLEY, Wm. K., Nairobi 
Partington, Hugh B., Kericho 
PiCKWOAD, Howell, Mombasa 
Poetee, Colonel Geoffeey M., R.E., Molo 
Relly, Cullis, Nairobi 
Ross, G. A., Nandi 
Rule, Thomas, Tana River 
Smallwood, Henry A., Nairobi 
Smith, Alexr., Nairobi 
Sorabjee, M., Mombasa 
Tanner, Wm. Hugh, P.A.S.I., Nairobi 
Tate, Haery R., Kyambu 
Tyssen, Francis D., Nairobi 
ViSRAM, A. Allidina, Mombasa 
Ward, Alec C, Mombasa 
Watkins, Feank, Nairobi 
Watkins, 0. F., Talaungu, vid Momhasa 



BRITISH GUIANA. 



Andeeson, C. Wilqeess, I.S.O., J.P. 

Andeeson, Geoege E. 

Anson, Edwaed R. 

Bankaet, Frederick J. F.S.A.A. 

Birch, AVm. Walter 

BovELL, Chief Justice Sir Heney A. 

Braud, Hon. Arthur, M.C.P. 

Caeeuthers, David 



Cox, Hon. Chas. T., C.M.G. 

Craig EN, Wm. 

Dalton, Llewellyn C. 

Davis, Charles G. H. 

De Sousa, Alfred 

Douglass, Walter J. 

Downer, Clarence H., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Downer, Hon. John, M.C.P. 



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165 



Eakle, Percy M., L.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Eaknshaw, Hon. Mr. Justice Albert, M.A. 

Egerton, H.E., Sir Walter, K.C.M.G. 

Faiebairn, Thomas 

Ferguson, Arthur D. 

Ferguson, Jas. E. A., M.B., CM. 

Fleming, John M. 

Fowler, Frank 

Franks, Godfrey F., M.A. 

Frere, Harold Arthur 

Gardner, Stewart 

Garnett, Hon. George, M.E.C. 

Garnett, George Russell 

Gaskin, C. p. 

Gilchrist, Wm. J. 

Herbert, Reginald F. de Couecy, J. P. 

Htt.t., Luke M., M.Inst.C.E. 

King, Howard T. 

King, Joseph A. 

Laurence, Henry H. 



Legge, Cyril H. E. 

London, Rev. John E., M.D., M.R.C.S. 

Mason, E. G. L. 

Nicholson, W. Gresham 

Nunan, Joseph J. 

Parker, Wm. A. 

Parratt, Wm. Heather, M.I.M.E. 

Rayner, Hon. Sir Thos. Crossley, K.C. 

Reid, Irvine K., M.D., CM. 

Roy, Thos. J. 

Sconce, Herbert W. 

Smith, Wm. 

Spain, Harry G. 

Stewart, Robert P. 

Warren, Noel A. 

WiETiNG, Carl 

WiLLCocKS, Edward I. R. 

Wills, Frederick T., M.B., CM. 

Wyatt, Hon. Chas. Guy A., M.E.C 



DUTCH GUIANA. 

De St. Romaine, Richmond E., M.R.G.S.E., Surinam. 



BRITISH HONDURAS. 



AuLD, J. Paton, A.M.Inst.CE., M.LM.E. 

Brunton, Frederick W. 

Collet, Hon. Wilfrid, CM.G. 

Cramer, Hermann J. 

Cuthbeet, Hon. Sydney, M.L.C 

Harrison, J. H. Hugh, M.R.CS.E., L.R.C.P. 

McKinstry, Hon. Walter L., M.E.C 

Newton- Howes, Robert W. 

Perkins, Hon. Harry Innes, M.E.C, LS.O. 

Phillips, Henry Denbigh 



Plummer, John E. 

Rosado, Hon. J. M., M.L.C 

Slack, Wm. J. 

Starkey, Frederick E. 

Starkey, Tom R. 

Swayne, Joseph Quicks 

Usher, Hon. Archibald R., M.L.C. 

WOLFFSOHN, S. 

Woods, Hon. Sidney Gower, M.L.C. 



BRITISH NORTH BORNEO. 



Asimont, W. F. C 
Ball, Thomas A. 
Barraut, Edward H. 
Bost, Frank 
Church, Charles J. 
Darby, Walter G. 
Edwards, John Tenison 
Flint, Captain Wm. Raffles 
Hall, John Maxwell. 



Halliday, Jas. Melmorb 
Irving, Geo. Clerk 
Lovegrove, Leonard 
Routledge, Alfred Wm. 
Scott -Atkinson, Richard 
Wardrop, John Nimmo, F.R.G.S. 
Waugh, p. J. Roy 
Weedon, Wm. C Moores 
Wilson, James W. 



DUTCH BORNEO. 

Buchanan, John C. Samarinda. 



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BURMA. 



Aung Mating Tiia Dun, K.S.M., Moulmein 
BwA, Maung Ba., A.T.M., Rangoon 
Bye, IMaung Po, K.S.M., Mijdungmya 
Davidson, John, M.A., Rangoon 
Dawson, Waxteb H., Moulmein 
Dun, JIaung Ne., E.A.C, Rangoon 
Eves, H. B. Heath, Rangoon 
French, Thomas, Mandalay 
Geokge, Edwakd C. S., C.I.E., Rangoon 
Henderson, Walter L., Rangoon 
HoRSWELL, Edmund, Rangoon 



James, Samuel Lister, Rangoon 
Lwm, Maung Tun, K.S.M., Rangoon 
Macrorie, Basil F. N., Nyounghla 
Oliver, Lionel, Rangoon 
Pead, Thos. D., Rangoon 
Stuart, Captain W., Rangoon 
Tayler, Chas. H., Rangoon 
Tayler, Captain Thosias, Rangoon 
Wadman, Reginald F. C, Bassein 
Whigham, Gn.BERT C, Rangoon 
Yxs, Maung Po, T.D.M., Toungoo 



CAICOS ISLANDS. 
Dowse, Thos. A., M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P. 



CEYLON. 



Agar, Walter J., Logie Estate, TalaicaJcelle 
Anderson, James, J.P., Bandarapola, Matah 
Bamber, Montague Kelway, F.I.C, F.C.S., 

Hyde Park Corner, Colombo 
Bandaranaike, Maha Mudaliyar Sir Solomon 

Dias, C.M.G., Horogolla, Veyangoda 
Barnard, Henry 0., A.C.H., F.R.A.S., The 

Observatory, Colombo 
Beachcroft, Henry A., Kandy, Ceylon 
Bertram, Hon. Anton, Attorney-General, 

Colombo 
Betts, James H., Walto7i Estate, Moneragalla 
Bliss, George Cecil, Glenlyon, Agra Patnas 
Bois, Frederick W., J. P., Colotnbo 
Bois, Sir Stanley, Colombo 
Bradley, Godfrey T., M.I.Mech.E., c/o 

Colonial Secretariat, Colombo 
Clayton, Arthur G., Colonial Secretariat, 

Colombo 
Clifford, Hon. Sir Hugh, K.C.M.G., Colonial 

Secretary, Colombo 
Cook, Alfred Leslie, P.O. Telegraphs, Colombo 
Cotton, James B., Passara 
Cowley, W.H., Sora}ia Group, Horana 
Cox, George Lionel, cIo Carson cfc Co., Austra- 
lia Buildings, Colombo 
Creasy, Harold T., Public Works Dept., 

Colombo 
Davidson, Robert, Colombo 
Davies, William H., College House, Colombo 
De Lemos, William, J.P., Rangbodde Estate, 

Ramboda 
De Silva, Charles P., Carlton House, Moratuwa 
De Silva, Wilmot A., J. P., Darley Gardens, 

Colombo 



De Soysa, Mudaliyar J. W. Charles, M.A., 

J.P., Alfred House, Colombo 
Dias, Felix Reginald, M.A., LL.M., Frazer 

Lodge, Kandy 
Duncan, James, TJry Estate, Badulla 
Fairlie, Alexander, Haslcmere, Turret Road 

Colombo 
Ferguson, Alan C. W., B.A. (Cantab.), Naseby 

Estate, Nuwara Elliya. 
Ferguson, John, C.M.G., Naseby House 

Nuwara Elliya 
Ferguson, Ronald H., B.A. (Lend.), Calton 

Lodge, Colombo 
Fernando, H. Marcus, M.D., B.Sc, Genera 

Civil Hospital, Colombo 
Fox, John, G.P.O., Colombo 
Eraser, Joseph, Pitakande Estate, Matale 
Galbraith, Alexander N., Customs Dept., 

Colombo 
Gibbon, Charles, Goonambil, Wattegama 
Gibbon, Sir William D., Kandy 
GiDDEN, Thomas, Campion, Bogawantalawa 
Golledge, George H., Gikiyanakanda, Neboda 
Greig, George, Laxapana, Maskeliya 
Harper, Kenneth J., B.A., Cleveland, Maskdiija 
Hector, Robert B., Donside, Nawalapitiya 
Henderson, James A., Colombo 
Inglis, Herbert, Tudugalla, Neboda 
Ireson, J. Percival., Kumaradola, Monera- 
galla 
Jayewakdene, Eugene W., Advocate, Colombo 
Jayewardene, RLiJOR T. G., Turret House 

Colombo 
John, Reginald, Colombo 
Jonklaas, Richard W., Malabar Street, Kandy. 



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Khan, Pestonjee D., Messrs. Framjee, Bhikajee Pieris, Patjlus Edward, M.A., Barrisier-at- 

<& Co., Colombo Law, Civil Service, Colombo 

Lewis, Alfred., Willesden, Rosmead Place, Rajepakse, Mtjdaliyar Tudor D. N.jCaf/jertim, 

Colombo Colombo 

Maclachlan, Thomas, Warriapolla, Maiale RIma NATHJi.N, P., C.M.G., K.C., Sxilchastan, 

Maclean, Charles W., 3Iaha Uva, Halgranoya Colombo 

MacPhail, Robert S., C.E., Irrigation Dept., Reid, Thomas, Langhurst, Gregorys Boad 

Colombo Colombo 

McCalldm, H.E., Colonel Sir Henry Rettie, A. T., Spring Valley, Badulla 

Edward, R.E., G.C.M.G., A.D.C., Queeri's Richardson. John Stewart, Tyspane, Kotmale 

Hcxise, Colombo Robinson, John, J. P., Gonakelle, Passara 

McMillan, Duncan, C.E., Derby House, Roles, F. Crosbie, " Times " OlJice, Colombo 

Bosmead Place, Colombo Ross, James L., Messrs D. J. Boss <& Co., 

Marks, John, Monerakelle Estate, Moneragalla Colombo 

Marshall, Arthur H., Australia Buildings, Ryan, Charles G., St. Clair, Talawakele 

Colombo Saram, F. J. de, J. P., Proctor, Supreme Court, 

Marzetti, C. J., M.R.A.S., Kandahar Estate, Colombo 

Balangoda Senior, Hon. Bernard, I.S.O., Treasurer, 

Matthew, Alfred C, c]o Bosanquet <fc Co., Colombo 

Colombo Shakespeare, Walter, Messrs Carson cfc Co., 

Middleton, Hon. Mr. Justice John Page, Colombo 

Colombo Strachan, William L. 

Mitchell, Sir William W., C.M.G., Colombo Tancock, J. L., Allakolla Estate, Madulkelle 

Obeyesbkere, Donald., B.A., Barrister -at- Law, Templer, George D., Forests Dept., Batticaloa 

Batadola, Veyangoda Tripp, Walter C. Howard, Survey Dept., 

Obeyesekere, Forester A., B.A., Barrister-at- Colombo 

Law, Hill Castle, Colombo Unwin, Duncan H., Erroll, Hatton 

Obeyesekere, James P., B.A., Barrister-at Law, Vamadeva, RamanAthan, Sukliastan, Colombo 

Batadola, Veyangoda Van Cuylenburg, Lieut.-Colonel Hector, 

Obeyesekere, Hon. Sir Solomon C, M.L.C, Colombo 

Hill Castle, Colombo Walker, Hon. Giles F., J.P., Colombo 

Peiris, James, B.A., LL.M., Barrister-al-Law, Wardrop, Alexander, Planters' Association, 

Bippleworth, Colombo Kandy 

Pett, Frederick W. A., Waragalande Estate, Wardrop, John Glen., Colombo 

Madulkelle Woodhouse, George Wm., B.A., District Judge, 

Philip, Wm. Marshall, M.B., CM., Town Hall, Batticaloa 

Colombo WooLP, Leonard S., Colombo 

PniLrpps, Charles H., Passara Wyllie, Bryce J., Kaluphani, Haldumulla 

CHILE. 

Chapman, H. B. H., M.Inst.C.E. Searight, Major Hugh F. 

CHINA. 

Beeston, Philip E., Shanghai Heugh, Commander John G., R.N., D.S.O., 

Broad, Wallace, B.A., Hunan Province Pekin 

Duncan, Alisteb, Swatow McDouall, Rev. Willoughby Crichton, Pekin 

Fulford, Harry E., C.M.G., Tientsin Ricketts, D. Poyntz, A.M.Lnst.C.E., Tientsin 

CONGO FREE STATE. COLOMBIA. 

Armstrong, Jack P., Leopoldville Gillies, John, Barranquilla 

COSTA RICA. 

Ernst, James B. Inksetter, Wm. Ellsworth, M.D 

GttLOTT, Arthur G. M. King, Harvey 



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CUBA. 

Lofting, Hugh J. 

CYPRUS. 



Ansell, William J. D., I.S.O. 
Cleveland, Robt. A., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
Day, George Bert 
GooLD- Adams, H.E., Major Sir Hamilton J., 

G.C.M.G., C.B. 
Holmes, John R., B.L, 
Macaskie, John C. 
McDonald, Ernest E. 



Michell, Roland L. N., C.M.G. 

Newtham, Rev. Frank D., B.A. 

Ongley, Fred 

Orr, Captain Hon. Chas. W. 

Potter, Ven. Archdeacon Beresford, M.A. 

Richards, T. H. Hatton 

Stuart, Alan L. C, LL.D. 



EGYPT. 



Bayly, Cecil, Khartoum 

BoYCE, Austin A. Rodney, Khartoum 

Boyd-Carpenter, H., M.A., Cairo 

Cecil, Lieut. -Colonel Lord Edward H., 

D.S.O., Cairo 
Christian, Charles, Cairo 
Crafton, Ralph C, Alexandria 
Dabell, Harold, Oiza 



Gough, Lewis H., Ph.D., Cairo 
Growder, John, Suez 
Johnson, Pasha E. A., Cairo 
Marks, Arthur T., Allaghi 
Raekes, Thos. a., Khartoum 
Scott, Arthur Eldon, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 
Mansourah 



FALKLAND ISLANDS. 



Allardyce, H.E., W.L., C.M.G. 
Berteand, Wm. Wickham 
Best, Thomas A. V. 
Bonner, George 
Campbell, Major John Cathey 
Craigie-Halkett, Montague C. 
Dean, Wm. Mabkham 



Felton, Arthur E. 
Greenshields, George 
Packe, Hon. Vere, M.E.C. 
Thompson, Hon. Wm. A. 
Waldron, Henry, J.P. 
Wilson, James-Innes 



FEDERATED MALAY STATES. 



Allard, J. H., Perak 
Ambler, Percy, Perak 
Balley, George L., Perak 
Bailey, H. N. Gordon, Kelantan 
Bailey, W. J. George, Perak 
Barns, William Francis, Perak 
Bayly, Brian B., Perak 
Bingham, Henry T., Perak 
Blair, R. H. Balfour, Negri Sembilan 
Brown, Lawrence C, Selangor 
Buyers, Alexr. L., Negri Sembilan 
Caldwell, Wm. J., Perak 
Carson, Robert M., Selangor 
Cobb, George E., Selangor 
CoNLAY, Wm. Lance, Trengganu 
Dane, Edward, Perak 
Darby, Harrie E., Perak 
DiNNEEN, W. T., Perak 
Dishman, Arthur J., Perak 
Dykes, F. J. B., Selangor 



Foster, Maurice K., Negri Sembilan 
GiLMOUR, David W., Selangor 
Graham, Captain A. McD., Perak 
Griffiths, Harry D., A.R.S.M., M.I.M.E., 

Tronoh 
Groves, Thomas, A.M.I.Mech.E., Selangor 
Harper, J. Peascod, Perak 
HiCKLEY, Thomas Guy, Negri Sembilan 
Holbeook, Fred T., Johore Bharu 
Hope, Hubert Ashworth, Perak 
Jones, Stanley Ramplen, A.R.S.M., A.LM.M., 

Tronoh 
Lachlan, G. T., Perak 
Laidlaw, George Muir, Selangor 
Lamprey, Jonas C. 
Lewis, Arthur E., Perak 
Lloyd, Frederick J., Port Dickson 
Mager, Frederick W., A.M.Inst.C.E., Perak 
Mason, J. Scott, Kelantan 
Maude, Maurice, Perak 



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Millar, G. W. R., Negri Sembilan 
Oliver, John S., Port Dickson 
Osborne, Francis Douglas, Perah 
Palmgren, Victor, Sdangor 
Park, Mungo, Pahang 
Pears, C. Ffolliott 
Pearson, Vincent M., Perak 
Piper, Harry T., Negri Semhilan 
Reid, Robert, Negri Semhilan 
Stephens, Cornelius V., Perak 



Stevens, Geo. N., Perak 
Stewart, Thomas H., Negri Semhilan 
Travers, E. a. 0., M.R.C.S., Selangor 
Walker, James F., Negri Semhilan 
Weber, Hubert C., M.D., Johore Bharu 
Whitehousb, Henry S., Perak 
Whiteside, Henry S., Port Dickson 
Williams, Peter E., Port Dickson 
Wilson, A. Wallis, Tailing 
Wise, Percy F., Selangor 



FIJI. 



Allardyce, Kenneth James 

Barnett, Ernest A. 

Bellingham, Georoe 

Berkeley, Humphrey 

Black, Stuart 

Blair, Hon. Dyson, M.L.C. 

Booth, Robt. M. 

Brough, C. a. La Touche, M.B., LL.B. 

Bbown, Leslie E. 

Coates, Hon. Arthur R., M.E.C. 

Coubrough, a. Adair, M.L.C. 

Crompton, Robert 

De Boissiere, Raoul F., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 

Dixon, Jas. Dickson, J.P. 

Duncan, Edward, J.P. 

Ehrhardt, Hon. Albert F., K.C. 

EscoTT, H.E., Sir E. Bickham Sweet 

Fox, George, M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P. 

Fry, Hugh R. 

Gault, Alexr. 

Gordon, George 

Hedstrom, Hon. John Maynard, M.L.C. 

Heimbrod, George 

Hennings, Gustav M. 

HiGGINSON, R. C. 

Hutchings, C. 

HuTSON, Hon. Eyre, C.M.G., M.E.C. 

Johnson, John T. 



Johnson, Wm. H. 
JosKE, Arthur 
Lazarus, Simeon L. 
Livingston, Wm. P. G. 
Lynch, Hon. Geo. Wm. A., M.L.C, M.B. 
Macdonald, Hugh, M.D. 
McCoNNELL, James 
Marks, Gabriel J., J.P. 
Marks, Hon. Henry, M.L.C, J.P. 
IVLiRTiN, George F., J.P. 
Montague, Aubrey, M.B. 
Ogilvie, Arthur H. 
Powell, Robert B. 

Prideaux, Joseph F. E., M.R.CS., L.R.C.P. 
Ramsay, Wm. Millar, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 
Rankine, Hon. Richard S. D., M.E.C 
Ross, Hon. John K. M., LS.O. 
Russell, Wm. East 
Scott, Hon. Henry Milne, M.L.C. 
Smith, Alfred 
Smith, Sydney, F.R.G.S. 
Spence, Frank 
Stuart, James 
Tarby, John P. 
Thomas, Fredk. A. 

Twitchell, Right Rev. Thomas C, D.D.. Lord 
Bishop of Polynesia 



FRANCE. 



Anderson, Daniel Elib, M.D., Paris 
Atlee, Percy Stephenson, Pierrefiite Nestelas 
Chailley-Bert, Joseph, Paris 
Hector, Captain G. Nelson, R.N.R., St. 
Raphael 



Middleton, James Gowing, M.D., Paris 
Pearson, Wm. E., Paris 
Tambaci, C, Marseilles 



GAMBIA. 



Fredericks, Maurice 

Galway, H.E., Lieut. -Colonel Sir Harry 

Lionel, K.C.M.G., D.S.O. 
Hume, Hon. Edward A., B.A. 
Leese, Captain Ernest B. 



O'Brien, Lieut, -Colonel Hon. Chas. R. M., 

C.M.G. 
O'Connor, Lieut. H. J. Courtenay, G.V.A. 
Topp, James 



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GERMANY. 



Griffith, Sm W. Bkandfoed, Frankfort 
Hamilton, Louis, Berlin 
Oelze, Wilh, Bremen 

GERMAN EAST AFRICA. 
Robertson, T. Hood 



Oswald, Herm E., Darmstadt 
Pakeman, Captain Andrew E., Hamhurg 
Sachse, Chas., Berlin 

GERIMAN S.W. AERICA. 

NiEDERHEITMAN, SyDNEY R. 

Schuller, Oscar H. 



GIBRALTAR. 



Brett, Edward B. 

Evans, Hon. Sir Frederick, K.C.M.G. 
K.C.V.O. 



Hill, Charles Wm. 

SALLrST-SMITH, WiLLIAM J., J.P. 

ScHOOLES, Chief Justice Sm Henry R. Pipon 



GOLD COAST COLONY. 



Abraham, Hilbert, Tarkwa 

Abrams, Arthur B., Accra 

Alexander, J. M., Axim 

Archer, Leonard A., Sekondi 

Armitage, Captain Cecil H., C.M.G., D.S.O., 

Northern Territories 
Atherton, Thomas W. T., Ashanti 
Atkinson, John, Accra 
Auerbach, Harry, Tarkwa 
Barber, George H., Cape Coast 
Barbour-James, John A., Sekondi 
Barton, Percival F., Accra 
Baynes, E. W., Accra 
Beal, Wm. p. B., M.R.C.V.S., Kumassi 
Beddoes, Alfred B., Axim 
Bennett, Chas. E., Axim 
Bettington, Digby R. A., Accra 
BoRGHESE, Edward C, Tarkwa 
Bowyee-Bower, T., A.M.Inst.C.E., Dunkwa 
Bray, Edward L., Kumassi 
Breckenridge, Captain T. W., Kumassi 
Brook, John S., Sekondi 
Bruce, Malcolm A., Abosso 
Bryan, Major Hon. Herbert, C.M.G., Accra 
Byrde, F. T., Sekondi 
Coker, Wm. Z., Cape Coast 
CooKSON, Captain C. E., Accra 
CoRT, Jas. E., Axim 
CoussEY, Chas. L. R. P., Salt Pond 
Craven, C. S., Accra 

Davidson, A. A., A.LM.M., F.G.S., Axim 
Davis, Stewart Spencer, Accra 
DoENiNG, Edward S., Accra 
Down, N. B., Prestea 
DoAVNER, Alfred Wm., Tarkwa 
EssiEN, Albert Duke, Cape Coast 

ESUMAJT-GWIEA,' JOKN BuCKMAN, KumOSsi 



Festing, Major Arthur H., C.M.G., D.S.O., 

Northern Territories 
Flatau, Alfred, Akuse 
France, Henry D., Accra 
Fredericks, J. Harold, Dunkwa 
Furley, John Talfourd, Accra 
Graham, Frank J. G., Tarkwa 
Grey, Wulff Henry, Accra 
Grimshaw, Herbert C. W., B.A., Kumassi 
Gruchy, Lyndon Stanley, Axim 
Harper, Chas. H., B.A., Accra 
Hayden, a., Sekondi 
Hayford, Rev. Mark C, D.D., Cape Coast 
Hayles, Harry S. H., Tarkwa 
Holmes, Harry G., Accra 
Hudson, Hon. Arthur, K.C., Accra 
Jeerim, E. R., Tarkwa 
Johnston, T. B. Tarkwa 
Lett, Robt. E., Sekondi 
Lewis, Henry M., Accra 
Lewis, Ivor, Accra 
Lloyd-Roberts, Lambert, Accra 
LoRENA, A. Charles, L.R.C.P.E., L.R.C.S.E., 

Accra 
Macartney- Filgate, Deemot L., Sekondi 
McDowALL, Charles H., Prestea 
McDowell, Frank J. J. F., Prestea 
]\Iason, John V., Tarkwa 
]\Li.xwELL, John, Accra 
Mayall, Robert Percival W., M. A., Christians- 

horg 
Michelin, Wm. P., Accra 
Munden, Gboege W., Dunkwa 
MuEEAY, Wm., Cape Coast 
Muss, Leonaed J., Sekondi 
Nash, Geo. W., Winneba 
O'TooLE, Wm. F., Cape Coast 



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Philbrick, Arthuk J., Sekondi 
Ralph, Chas. H. D., M.R.C.S.E. 

Accra 
Reece, Matjkice D., Tar Java 
Reindorf, Christian J., Winneba 
RiCHTER, A. H. L., Quittah 
Robinson, F. Allan C, Accra 
Roe, Percy D., Akuse 
Ross, Chas., Sekondi 
Sach, Robert, Ashanti 
Savage, Gabriel H., Cape Coast 
Sepp, Charles F., Dunkiva 
Smith, W. E., Sekondi 
Spitzer, John R., Sekondi 



Steedman, Mark Crombie, SaUpond 
L.R.C.P,. Stuckey, Leonard C, Tarkiua 
Taplin, Burton M., Accra 
TuDHOPE, Wm. S. D., Ahuri 
Turner, Alfred G., Azim 
Tweedy, E. Herbert, Northern Territories 
Van Hien, Henry, Winneba 
Wale, Wm. C, Kumassi 
Watson, Hon. Mr. Justice Ernest C, Accra 
Welman, Chas. W., M.A., Accra 
Whelan, George C, Accra 
White, Andrew, W.S., Accra 
Williams, James Alexander, I.S.O., Dodoivah 



Molesworth, Hon. Chas. R. 



GUERNSEY. 

Tahoubdin, R. H. 



HONG KONG. 



Atkinson, Hon. J. Mitford M.E.C, M.B. 

BiDEN, Fredk. a. 

BowLEY, Francis B. L. 

Chater, Hon. Sir C. Paul, C.M.G., M.L.C. 

Churchill, Alec. F. 

Clark, Francis W., M.D. 

EwENS, Creasy 

Farrell, Ulick a. R. 

Goldsmith, Henry E. 

Gubbay, R. a. 

Hall, Fredk. T. 

Hancock, Sidney 

Harris, M. Reader 

Haskell, Ernest D. 



Jack, Wm. C, M.I.N.A. 

Layton, Bendyshe 

Lyons, Captain Hon. F. W., M.L.C. 

MacEwen, Alexander P. 

Marriott, Oswald, M.D. 

May, H.E., Sir Francis H., K.O.M.G. 

Page, Harry Wm. 

Pollock, Hon. Henry E., K.C, M.L.C. 

Seth, Arathoon, I.S.O. 

Severn, Hon. Claud 

Simson, Lieut. Noel C. S., R.G.A. 

Watkins, Harry 

Wenyon, William F. 

Wilkinson, Charles D. 



INDIA. 



Anstead, R. D., Bangalore 

Beard, John E., Calcutta 

Burdwan, The Maharaja Dhiraj of, K.C.S.I., 

Bengal 
Caccl4, Anthony M., M.V.O., United Provinces 
Campbell, Colonel J. E. 
Carmichael, H.E., Right. Hon. Lord, 

G.C.I.E., K.C.M.G., Calculla 
Clarke, H.Ei, Colonel Sir George S., 

G.C.S.L, G.C.M.G., G.C.LE., Bo^nhay 
Conran,Charles E., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Madras 
Cooper, Alexr., Sylhet 
Cooper, Arthur J., Chittagong 
Daunt, L. C, Jalpaiguri 
Dent, Lieut. R. B., Almora 
Eales, Wm. John, Madras 
Ellis, John H., Peermaad 



Firminger, Rev. Walter K., B.D., M.A., 

Calcutta 
Frere, Captain Allan Gray, Villupuram 
Gabriel, E. Vivian, C.V.O., C.S.L, Calcutta 
Gaikwad, Shrimant Sampatrao K., M.R.I., 

Baroda 
Hamnett, Frederick Harper, Madras 
Hooper, Reginald A. A., Calcutta 
Hudson, Lieut.-Colonel Ernest, F.R.C.S.E., 

Allahabad 
Jenkins, H. L. 
Johnstone, George W., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 

Calcutta 
Kothari, Jehangib H., Karachi 
Lathbury, Captain Ernest B., R.A.M.C, 

Bo7nbay 
Laughlin, Major Charles E. H., Bombay 



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Macdonald, Rev. J. Middleton, M.A., Dacca 

Martin, W. O'N., Bombay 

Mehr-tjd-din, Muhammad, M.R.A.S., Baha- 

walpur 
Middleton, James, Punjab 
Modi, Edalji M., D.Sc, LL.D., Litt.D., F.C.S., 

Bombay 
Murray, Wm. A., B.A., M.B., Chittagong 
Ormerod, George H., M.Inst.C.E., Assam 
Petit, Bomanjee Durshaw, Bombay 
PiCKFORD, A. D., Cawnpore 
Piper, Captain F. Southwell, Bombay 



PuDUKOTA, H.H. THE Raja OP, Madras 

Randell, Geo. P. P., Peshawar 

Saqgu, Mahomad K., Punjab 

Sawtell, Rev. Wm. Arthur, Bombay 

Sheffield, 0. R., Calcutta 

Stapylton, Alan, A.M.Inst.C.E., Upper Assam 

Stewart, John, Travancore 

Warliker, Lieut. -Colonel Damodeb P., 

Aurungabad 
Wilson, Chas. Herbert, Nagpur 
Wood, Seymour C. G., Bombay 



Da WE, John Gbosvenor 



IVORY COAST. 

Hughes, John D. 



JAMAICA. 



Abbott, Philip William, Kingston 
Allport, Walter H., C.E., Newmarlcet 
Beard, Hon. Mr. Justice Charles Halman, 

Kingston 
Cargill, Sidney R., Kingston 
Cork, Hon. Philip C, C.M.G., Kingston 
CuNDALL, Frank, F.S.A., Kingston 
Delgado, Benjamin L., Kingston 
De Pass, Elliot A., Kingston 
Downer, Ven. Archdeacon Geo. W., Kingston 
Eves, Captain Herbert E., J.P., Cedar Valley 
Farquharson, John C, J.P., Montego Bay 
Ford, Joseph C, Kingston 
Foster, Wm. Melville, M.A., B.C.L., Kingston 
George, Arthur, Kingston 
Gideon, D. S., J.P., Port Antonio 



Glanville, Thomas, Manchester 

Haggakt, Hon. E. A. H., M.L.C., Kingston 

Hendriks, a. J., Black River 

Keeling, Allan L., Spanish Town 

Levy, Arthur, Mandeville 

NuTTALL, His Grace Enos, D.D., Lord Arch- 
bishop of the West Indies, Kingston 

Ogilvie, Major Chas. M., Kingston 

Pawsey, Alfred, Kingston 

Pringle, Hon. Sir John, K.C.M.G., M.L.C., 
M.B., Clonmel P.O. 

Ramsden, Hugh C. H., Hampden P.O. 

Richmond, James, C.M.G., Kingston 

Shirley, Hon. Leicester C, Claries Town 

Ward, Lieut. -Colonel Hon. Chas. J., C.M.G., 
M.P.C, Kingston 



JAPAN. 

Hamilton, John T. MacDon^vld, H.E., Colonel Right Hon. Sir 

KiNDERSLEY, LlEUT.-CoLONEL ARCHIBALD, O.L. ClAUDE M., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., K.C.B" 

Steers, William E. 



JAVA. 



Maxwell, Marius 



LABUAN. 

Altman, Granville J. 



LEEWARD ISLANDS. 



Davidson-Houston, Lieut.-Colonel W. B., 

C.M.G., Montserrat 
Davis, Benjamin S., St. Kitts 
DiDiER, S. F., Dominica 
Fletcher, W. Morris, Dominica 
Grant, Hon. Henry E. W., C.M.G., Antigua 
Grell, Chas. H., Dominica 
Maxwell, Chief Justice Sib Frederic M., 

Antigua 



Nicholls, Harold A. A., Dominica 

Parker, Mr. Justice Fred. Hardyman, M.A. 

B.L., Dominica 
Riviere, Donald 0., Dominica 
RoLLE, Hamilton, M.L.C, Dominica 
Walker, Harry, Dominica 
Wykham, Alfred L., M.D., Antigua 
Young, His Honour Wm. Douglas, C.M.G. 

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LIBERIA. 



Braham, I. F. 
Mackay-Mackay, Major R. 
Newman, Percy H. 



Hylton, Reginald E. A. 
Lawrancb, J. H. G. 
Lloyd. Ernest A. 



QuiNTON, John Pctrcell, F.R.H.S. 
Richards, Adam R. 



LOURENCO MARQUES. 



Long, Arthur Tilney 
Lyne, Robt. Nunez, F.L.S. 



MADEIRA. 

Reid, W. J. G. 



MALTA. 



Bartalo, Augusto, B.Litt., LL.D. 
BiANCARDi, Lieut.-Colonel Hon. N. Grech, 

C.V.O., C.M.G. 
Caruana-Gatto, Contino a., B.A., LL.D. 
Castaldi, Evaristo 
Clauson, Major Hon. John E., R.E., C.V.O., 

C.M.G. 



DiNGLi, Adrian, LL.D. 

FORNO, LuiGi G. 

Ganado, Robert F., LL.D. 

Mattei, Chas., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 

Naudi, Carlo Galea, LL.D. 

Samut, Lieut.-Colonel Achilles, C.M.G. 

Vassallo, E. C, M.A., LL.D. 



MAURITIUS. 



Anderson, Rev. James F. 

Bailey, Wm. Maurice 

Bertin, Henry 

Broad, Arthur J. 

Brodie, James M. 

Brown, James J. 

Brown, Mr. Justice Richard Myles 

BuLAu, Louis 

Denman, Robert, M.R.C.S.E. 

Desckoizilles, F. V. 

Dickson, George 

Dykes, Arthur J. 

Ebbels, Wm. Phillips 

Edwards, Hon. W. T. A., C.M.G., M.D. 

Elyard, Frederick J. 

Gibson, Hon. James J., M.L.C. 



Grannum, Hon. Edward A., M.E.C. 

Hitchcock, Harold G. 

Humbert, F. Lois 

Koenig, Paul 

Le Miere, Hippolyte, Junr. 

Lincoln, Gabriel 

Naz, Joseph L. 

Nichols, Frederic A. 

O'Connor, Owen Livingstone, F.R.Met.Soc. 

ScROGGS, Lieut. Harold C, R.N. 

Shand, Charles Farquhab 

Smith, Hon. George, C.M.G. 

Stockdale, Reginald H. 

Vallet, Louis A. 

Wilson, Albert J. 

Wilson, Captain John 



Denny, Harry S. 
Foster, Donald F. 
Hardwicke, Charles, M.D. 
Illius, Donald W. 



MEXICO. 



Mackay, Alexr. N. 
Moon, E. Ivens 
Stephenson, Geo. E. 
Workman, Arthur Maitland 



PANAMA. 

Newberry, John H., A.I.M.M. 



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NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Anderson, Hon. John, M.L.C. 

Bishop, Hon. Robert K., M.L.C. 

Blandford, Hon. Sydney D. 

Bradshaw, Herbert E. 

Carter, G. J. 

Crosbie, Hon. John C, M.E.C. 

Emerson, Hon. Charles H., K.C, M.E.C. 

Fenelon, John J. 

GiBBS, Hon. RIichael P., M.E.C. 

Goodridge, Hon. A. F. 

Goodridge, Richard F. 

Grieve, Walter Baine 

Harris, Hon. John, M.L.C. 

Harvey, Hon. John, M.L.C. 

HoRWOOD, Chief Justice Sir Wm. H. 

Job, Robert B. 

Job, Hon. Wm. C, M.L.C. 



Knowling, Hon. George, M.L.C. 

Monroe, James H. 

MoRisoN, Hon. Donald, K.C. 

Morris, Right Hon. Sir Edward P., K.C, 

LL.D. 
Morris, Hon. Frank J., K.C. 
MxjNN, John S. 
Outerbridgb, Joseph 
Reid, Harry D. 
Reid, Wm. D. 
Rennie, Wm. H. 
Ryan, James, J. P. 

Squires, R. Anderson, LL.B., M.H.A. 
Warren, Hon. Wm. R., M.H.A. 
Watson, Hon. Robert, M.E.C. 
Winter, Hon. Marmaduke G., M.L.C. 



NEW ZEALAND. 



AUCIvLAND. 

Bell, Alexander, Wailato 

Brown, John Blezard 

Butt, J. M. 

Buttle, James 

Caldwell, D. R. 

Campbell, James P. 

Chamberlin, p. Paora, Te Wliaiti 

Chamberlin, T. Chamberlin, Te Whaiti 

Clark, Matthew A. 

Davis, Moss 

Elliot, Willl\m 

Entrican, a. J. 

Evans, Edwin T. 

Field, Thomas 

FuRBY, Wm. S., M.I.E.E. 

Green, Henry 

Grigsby, Reginald C. 

Hanna, James C. 

Harcourt, Charles 

Hesketh, Henry R. 

Hesketh, Samuel 

Horton, Robert C. 
Jarrett, Alexander C. 
Keesing, Ernest A. 
Kerry, T. C. 
KiDD, Alfred 
Leyland, William B. 
IVLiGuiRE, Charles E., M.D. 
McCuLLouGH, William 
Martin, Josiah, F.G.S. 
MiTCHELSON, Hon. E. 
Myers, Arthur M. 
Myers, Leopold M. 



Napier, William Joseph 

O'RoRKE, Hon. Sir G. ]\Li.uRicE, M.L.C. 

PniLSON, W. AV. 

RoBERTON, Ernest, M.D., M.R.C.S.E. 

Savage, T. Copeland, F.R.C.S. 

Shanahan, Edward AVilliam 

Smith, H. G. Seth 

Stewart, Edward C. 

Stewart, James, M.Inst.C.E. 

Thornes, Joseph 

Wilson, Henry 

Wilson, William R. 

WiTHEFORD, J. H. 

Wragge, Clement L., F.R.G.S., F.R.Met.Soc. 

CHRISTCHURCH. 
Acland, Henry Dyke 
Acton Adams, Herbert 
Acton Adams, Wllliam 
Anderson, Gilbert 
Barker, Francis Henry 
BicKERTON, Professor Alex-^nder W. 
BowEN, Hon. Sib Charles Christopher, 

M.L.C. 
Brittan, William Guise 
Brown, Professor J. MacIVIillan, LL.D. 
Cliffobd, Sir George Hugh, Babt. 
Davenport, James E., Lyltelton 
Deans, John 

Dennistoun, Hon. Mr. Justice John E. 
Farr, Professor C. Coleridge, D.Sc. 
Firth, Archibald K. 
Gibbs, Isaac 
Giles, Edmund D. 



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Greenwood, G. Deak 
Grigg, John C. N., Longbmch 
Gulliver-Chadwick, Leo J. 
Hall, Godfrey 
Hawdon, Arthur J. 
Hill, William Carey 
Hopkins, Allan 
Humphreys, George 
Jameson, George 
Jones, Edgar 
Levinge, Edward G., M.B, 
Lewis, William Miller 
SIacdonald, Ronald M. 
McClatchie, George 
Meredith ICayb, Clarence I^y 

MiDDLEBROOK, JOHN E. 

Murray-Aynsley, Hugh Percy, J.P. 

Newell, John A., B.A., M.B., Lyttdton 

Rhodes, A. E. G. 

Rhodes, R. Heaton, M.H.R. 

Rutherford, Andrew W. 

Seth Smith, Basil 

Sims, Arthur 

Smith, Hon. George John, M.L.C. 

Snow, Lieut. -Colonel Rochfort, V.D. 

Stringer, J. Walter, K.C. 

Studholme, John 

Thomson, John Sinclair 

Whitcombe, George H. 

Wood, Henry 

DUNEDIN. 

Allen, James, M.P. 

Barnett, Louis E., M.B., F.R.C.S.E. 

Batchelor, Ferdinand C, M.D. 

Bolt, William James 

Burt, T. Ross, B.E., A.M.I.Mech.E. 

Cargill, Donald 

Cargill, Walter 

CoLQuHouN, Daniel, M.D. 

Fergus, Hon. Thomas 

Ferguson, H. Lindo, M.D., F.R.C.S.L 

Fisher Thomas R. 

Fulton, Herbert Valpy 

HosKLNG, John H., K.C. 

Hunter, Thomas A. 

Jones, David Rowlands, Lawrence 

Kirkcaldy, William Melville 

Lajib, Thompson 

McCracken, Adam, Arrowtown 

McGeorge, Joseph 

McKellar, William Orb 

McKenzie, Roderick 

McLean, Hon. Sir George, M.L.C. 

Marshall, James C. 

Michie, Alexander 

Mills, Sir James, K.C.M.G. 



Nbill, Perceval Clay 

Nevell, Most Rev. Bishop S. T., D.D., 

Primate of New Zealand 
Paterson, Alexander S. 
Ponsonby, John C. 
Ritchie, John Macfarlane 
Ritchie, John Nevill, B.A. 
Roberts, James A. 
Roberts, John, C.M.G. 
Ross, John 
Sargood, Percy R. 
Shennan, Watson 
Theomin, David E. 
Turnbull, Robert McGregor 
Valentine, Hugh Sutherland 
Williams, Hon. Justice Sm Joshua S. 

GISBORNE. 
Barker, H. W. 
Barker, Richard 
Barker, W. R. 
Black, G. H. 
Chambers, Wm. Knox 
Kenway, Philip T. 
Reynolds, R. 

Sherwood, Thomas E., Waipiro Bay 
Wall, Arthur H. 
Wall, Henry Hoylb, J.P. 
Wallis, Arthur H. 

GREYJIOUTH. 
Morice, Charles, F.R.C.S. 

NAPIER. 
Birch, William C. Caccia, Moawhango 
Chambers, Bernard 
Chambers, T. Mason 
Coleblan, James H. 
Crosse, Thomas 
Donnelly, George P. 
Duncan, Russell J. 
Ellison, Charles, Havelock North 
Gaisford, Henry 
GiBLiN, Alfred, Te Aute 
Giblin, John Scruby 
Guthrie- Smith, H., Tutira 
Handyside John S., Ahitio 
Harding, J. Walden, Waiyulcurau 
Herrick, Edward J., HerbertviUe 
Herrick, F. D., HerbertviUe 
Holdsworth, John 
Johnston, Sydney 
Kennedy, Charles Dugald 
Loughnan, I. Hamilton, Tukihiki 
Macfarlane, James 
McHardy, Leslie H. 
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McLean, Patrick S. 
McLean, R. D. Douglas 
Naikn, John 
Nelson, Francis E. 
Ormond, George C. 
Russell, Andrew H., Hastings 
Russell, Hon. Sir William R. 
Sanders, Hugh M. Kopua 
Shrimpton, Walter 
Tanner, Thomas 
Waterhouse, Frank S. 
Watt, Edward J., Hastings 
White, Earnest Roberts 
White, W. Kinross 
WnxiAsis, Edward H. 
WiLLLiMS, Frederick W. 
WiLLiABis, James Nelson 
Wilson, Cecil F. 

NELSON. 

Adams, Percy B. 

Bell, James, Blenheim 

Chaytor, John C, Pidon 

Duncan, John, Pidon 

Edwards, Nathaniel W. 

GouLTER, Redwood F., Blenheim 

Ledger, Horace 0. 

Teschemaker-Shute Charles de V., Benwkh 

Vavasour, Henry D. 

NEW PLYMOUTH. 
Samuel, Hon. Oliver, M.L.C. 

OAIL^U. 

BoRTON, John 

Buckley, St. John ]McLean 

Burbury, Edward P. 

De Lautour, Brigade-Surgeon Lieut. 

Colonel Harry A., M.R.C.S. 
Edwards, Herbert 
Reid, John 
Seth-Smith, Walter 

TIMARU. 

Barker, Arthur L. 

Dawson William Alison, Geraldine 

Gray, Melvtllb 

Harris, Edward, Geraldine 

Rhodes, Robert H. 

Smithson, Samuel P. 

Teschemaker, Thomas, J.P. 

Tkipp, C. Howard 

Tripp, John M. H. 

Webb, H. H. 



WANGANUI. 

Birch, William John, Marion 

Brown, William, M.A.M.B., Marlon 

Caplen, Harry, Hawera 

CowERN, WiLLLiM, Hawcra 

Earle, Robert C, M.R.C.S.E., L.S.A. 

Mansfield, Ernest 

Marshall, John W., Marlon 

McGuire, Felix, Hawera 

Ogle, George Reynolds, CampbelUown 

Sarjeant, Henry 

Studholme, Joseph F. 

WELLINGTON. 

Abraham, Lionel A., Palmer ston North 

Atkinson, A. R. 

Barton, William 

Barthorp, John Granville, Bangitikei 

Beetham, Hugh H., Masterton 

Beetham, William H. 

Bell, F. H. Dillon, K.C. 

Bid WELL, John 0., J.P. 

Birch, A. S. 

Buchanan, Walter Clarke 

Bull, Charles, Feilding 

Callender, William 

Caselberg, Alfred 

Clark, Archibald McCosh 

Crewe, David, J.P. 

Crichton, William, F.R.I.B.A. 

DuiJCAN, John 

Elgar, Charles, Featherston 

Embling, James 

Frankland, Frederick W., Foxton 

Gee, George F. 

Heywood, jAmES B., LS.O. 

Islington, H.E., the Right Hon. Lord, 

K.C.M.G., D.S.O. 
Jacob, William F., Feilding 
Jellicoe, Edwin G. 
Johnston, Charles F. 
Johnston, Hon. C. J., M.L.C. 
Levin, William FitzGerald 
Macarthy, Thomas G. 
Macdonald, Hon. Thomas K., M.L.C. 
Macintosh, James 
Mackay, James 

Mackenzie, Francis Wallace, M.B., CM. 
Mackenzie, Hon. Thomas, M.P. 
McKay, James H., F.R.I.B.A. 
IiIacLennan, J. Roy, Feilding 
Maxwell, Joseph P., M.Inst.C.E. 
Meek, Walter L. 
Miles, Alfred H. 
Mills, E. C. Evelyn 
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Newcomb, Guy 

Palmer, His Honour Jackson 

Pearce, Arthur E. 

Pharazyn, Charles B. 

Phillips, Coleman 

Plimmer, Charles 

Plimmer, John A. 

Russell, Arthur E., Palmcrston North 

Simpson, Richard M. 

Skerman, Surgeon-General Sidney, M.R.C.S., 

Rangitikei 
Skerrett, Charles P., K.C. 



ToLHURST, George E. 

Tripp, Leonard 0. H. 

TuRNBULL, Alexander H. 

TuRNBULL, George, Feilding 

TuRNBULL, Robert T. 

Ward, Right Hon. Sir Joseph G., Bakt. 

K.C.M.G. 
Wilson, James G. 



WESTPORT. 



Powell, James 



NORTHERN NIGERIA, 



Adams, Edward C, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Archer, F. Bisset 

Arnett, Edward John 

Bell, H.E., Sir Henry Hesketh, K.C.M.G. 

Berkeley, Henry S. 

Bishop, Wm. Walls 

Blair, M. Cameron, M.D. 

Bland, Edward M. 

Bracken, T. W. 

Bratt, Jas. H. Davson 

Chapman, Ronald S. 

COLLISSON, PeRCIVAL L. 

Cousin, Robt. 

Cripps, Lieut. A. E. W., R.N.R. 

Cubitt, Major Thomas A., R.A., D.S.O. 

Deacon, Arthur J. E. 

DupiGNY, E. G. Morson 

Dwyer, Feargus 

Eaglesome, John, C.M.G. 

Fraser, Wm. King 

Frewen, Hugh Moreton 

Gabbett, Gerald F. A. 



Henderson, John A. 

Hill, William H. F. 

HuDDART, LiNDOW H. L., M.A., A.M.Insfc.C.E. 

Johnson, Captain Arthur E., D.S.O. 

Kerr, James Falconer 

Larymore, Major Henry D., R.A., C.M.G. 

Lawrence, Captain A. S. 

Layman, Eric H. C. 

Miller, R. G. Shillito 

MoiSER, Bernard, M.B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Parsons, Allan C, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Peddie, John Laing 

Peebles, Captain Herbert W. 

Poole, Major Frederick C, R.A., D.S.O. 

Ridsdai.e, a. Cyril, C.E. 

Stobart, St. Clair E. M. 

ToMLiNSON, Geo. J. F. 

ViscHER, Hans 

Webster, G. W. 

White, Walter, M.A. 

Wlngate, G. R. 

Worsley, H. a. 



SOUTHERN NIGERIA. 



Agbebi, Rev. Mojola, M.A., Ph.D., Lagos 

Anson, Hon. Frank C. M., Lagos 

Bathgate, Douglas, Lagos 

Bellamy, Chas. VmcENT, M.Inst.C.E., Lagos 

BiRTWiSTLE, Chas. A., Lagos 

Blakely, Jas. F., Calabar 

BoNELL, Thos. H. M., B.Sc, M.I.Mech.E., 

Lagos 
Booth, Lionel H., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Lagos 
Bridgman, Alfred H., Lagos 
Brooks, R. B., Calabar 
Brooks, W. Alvin, Lagos 
Brown, Robert, Lagos 
BuRRowES, Thos. Eraser, Lagos 
Cameron, Donald C, Lagos 
Carter, Villiers St. L., Lagos 



Chambers, Cecil H., Calabar 
Christlieb, Andrew C, Lagos 
Clough, Jas. A., M.B., L.S.A., Lagos 
Collins, Archie, Bonny 
Cooper, A. S., Lagos 
Copland-Crawford, W. E. B., Asaha 
Craven, Jas. C, Lagos 
Dare, James, Calabar 
Dawson, Frederic J., M.Inst.C.E,, Lagos 
Dennett, R. E., Benin 
Doyle, Captain J. J., Lagos 
Duncombe, H. F., Lagos 
Duncombe, Walter Kelsall, Lagos 
DuNLOP, J. M. M., LL.D., Lagos 
Ellis, Henry Reginald, M.B., M.R.C.S., 
Lagos 

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Foster, Edgar W., Benin 

Gallagher, Patrick F., Lagos 

Glasier, F. Bedford, C.M.G., Lagos 

GooDwm, Arthur J., Lagos 

Gray, St. George, B.A., M.B., Calabar 

Gray, Captain W. Birrell 

Greenslade, Fredk. Wm., Calabar 

Haddon-Smith, Henry B., Lagoa 

Hanson, Edward C, A.R.I.B.A., Lagos 

Hodgett, Ernest C, Lagos 

Hornby-Porter, Caas., Lagos 

Hubbard, Arthur G., Lagos 

Hull, Claude W., Lagos 

Husband, R. 0. Fulton 

Hyde, T., Calabar 

Jones, F. Talfourd, Lagos 

Laborde, Arthur L. C, Lagos 

Lambert, J. A. Peyton, Warri 

Lawson, Percy B., Lagoa 

Lucas, John C, Lagos 

LuGARD, H.E., Brigadier-General Sm Frede- 
rick D., G.C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O. 

Macfarlane, Wm. F., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., 
Lagos 

Maidman, N. Duncan, Gana Gana 

Matheson, Angus, Lagos 

Maxwell, Thomas D., Warri 

May, George C, Lagos 

Meilandt, H. S., C.E., Ihndan 

MiLLiKEN, Arthur R., C.E., Lagos 

Morris, Herbert J., Lagos 

Neal, Captain Henry V., D.S.O., Lagos 

O'Neill, Chas. E., Calabar 

Osborne, Chief Justice Algernon Wil- 
loughby, Lagos 

Osborne, Frederick G., Lagos 



Peabse, Samuel H., Lagos 

Pennington, Hon. Arthur R., M.E.C., Lagos 

PiCKWOOD, Cecil A., Lagos 

Poole, John G. 

PousTY, Wm. C, Lagos 

Price, D. E., Calabar 

Punch, Cyril, Lagos 

Read, Edward H., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Lagos 

Roberts, Reginald A., Calabar 

Ross, Reginald J. B., Lagos 

Scrub Y, Charles B., Lagos 

Snell, J. P. B., L.M.S.S.A. 

Steele, Andrew W. M., Calabar 

Stevens, Ernest G., C.E., Lagos 

Stubbs, Wm. Walter 

Taylor, Wm. Irwin, M.D., M.R.C.S., Calabar 

Thomas, Edward N., Lagos 

Thompson, Henry N., Calabar 

Thojipson, Percy G., Calabar 

Tugwell, Right Rev. Bishop Herbert, D.D., 

Lagos 
Unwin, Arthur Harold, Benin 
Unwin, Fredk., Lagos 
Van Sickle, Rhesa, Lagos 
Walton, George L., M.LN.A., M.LM.E., 

Lagos 
Weber, Hon. Mr. Justice Arthur F. C, 

Calabar 
Wheeler, C. Waye, F.R.G.S., Lagos 
Williams, Hon. C. A. Sapara, M.L.C, La^os 
Williams, Zachariah A., Lagos 
Wilson, Gordon, C.E., Lagos 
WiNKFiELD, Hon. Mr. Justice John, Lagos 
Wright, Percy A. T., Lagos 
Young, Pelham Vernon, Lagos 



NYASALAND. 



Bartlett, Sydney G., Blantyre 

Binnie, Thomas J., C.E., Zomba 

Bruce, A. Livingstone 

Bruce, William J., M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., 

Chinde 
Casson, J. Charles, Zomba 
Dishington, David, Chinde 
Easterbrook, Arthur D., Fort Johnston 
Kidney, Hon. Allen F., M.L.C. 
MacDonald, Ronald, Chiromo 



Milthorp, Bernard T., Blantyre 

Piers, Peter D. H., Blantyre 

Roberts, Robert, Port Herald 

Ryley, Arthur M., Zomba 

Smith, Lawrence, Zomba 

TuRNBULL, Aubrey M. D., Blantyre 

Warren, Edgar H., Chiromo 

Wheeler, Hon. Wm., C.M.G., M.L.C, Zomba 

Williams, Archibald Jay, Zomba 



PERU. 

Peet, James, M.I.Mech.E. 



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

De Souza, a. J., Blanila 

Power, Norman Danveks, Manila 

Taylor, Thoius, Manila 



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PORTO RICO. 



Macfie, Robert A. 
Noble, Arthur H. 



PORTUGAL. 

Wallace, Edward Clement, Lisbon 



PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA. 



Hamilton, James A., Beira 
Whisker, Louis P., Beira 



PORTUGUESE WEST AFRICA. 

Ingledew, C. M., Ldbito 



SOUTHERN RHODESIA. 



BELINGWE. 
Farrer, William E. 

BULAWAYO. 

Amos, Thomas N. 

Baxendale, Major Walter 

Baxter, Ernest C. 

Beecroft, Ernest E. 

Bodle, Lieut. -Colonel Wm., C.M.G. 

BOGGIE, AlEXR. 

Brett, Henry T. 

Collins, Archibald F. 

CooPE, Captain J. C. 

Copley, Wm. Dawn 

Corner, Chas., M.Inst.C.E. 

Creswell, Alfred T, 

CuRRiE, Walter 

Davis, Chas. 

Dawson, Alexr. W. 

Donald, Walter M, 

Duly, Captain Chas., D.S.O. 

Duncan, Andrew H. F. 

Evans, Franklyn S. 

Forbes, Gordon S. Drummond, M.L.C, C.M.G., 

D.S.O. 
Fynn, Chas. Gawler 
Gemmell, John 
Guerrier, Hugh T. 
Hammond, Robert W. 
HuTTON, Wm. Mack 
Isaacs, Robt. McIntosh, B.E. 
Jenkins, Philip L. 
JuDSON, Major Daniel, J. P. 
Landau, Morris M. 
Lanning, Robert, J.P. 
Laughton, John M. 
Lawley, Alfred L. 
Letts, Richard A. 
Long, Arthur H. 
Ludlow, Lionel 
MacGlashan, Niel, J.P. 
Mackenzie, J. Donald 
McCarthy, John J. 
Mare, E. J. Eardley 



Maufe, Herbert B. 

Meiklb, Thomas 

Micklem, Thos. N. 

Moffat, Howard Unwin 

Monro, Claude F. H. 

Morton, John Drummond 

NuNN, Thos. F. 

Pingstone, G. a. 

Prossor, Joseph E. 

Ramsay, Lieut. -Colonel Wm. Boswell 

Reynard, Joseph J. 

Reynolds, Arthur 0. P., M.B. 

Ro^vLAND, John Reid 

Ryan, Wm. A. 

ScAER, Valentine E. 

Selmes, Henry P., J.P. 

Shaw, Thomas W. 

Stewart, George 

Strong, Edgar H., M.R.C.S. 

Stuttaford, Irving 

SwANsoN, Wm. G. 

Taylor, Herbert J. 

Wilson, Benjamin 

GATOOMA. 
RoLFB, Alfred 
Sbear, Herbert C. 

GWANDA. 

Adamson, Robert 

Greene, Francis Mackenzie, J.P. 

GWELO. 
Chesterton, Frederick 
Davison, Thomas H. 
Derry, Francis H. 
Finnie, J. P. 

Fleming, Charles D., J.P. 
Hurbell, William 
Jackson, H. M. Gower 
LoNGDEN, Herbert T., M.L.C. 
Maitland, Francis Peake, L.R.C.P., L.R.CS. 
Nash, Richard B. 

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HARTLEY. 
BiBBA, Louis F. 
Stewart, John Cheape 
TooGOOD, John F., A.LM.M., F.R.G.S. 

QUE QUE. 
BoBY, Hugh Woods 
Boyle, Frank 
Dawson, R. H. Massey 
Griffiths, Gordon Griff 

SALISBURY 
Allen, Vivian S. 
Ball, Francis M. 
Bayly, F. B. 
Beavan, Right Rev. Frederic H., M.A., 

Lord Bishop of 3Iashonaland 
Bell, Adam 
Blair, Peter C. 
Brown, Wm. Harvey, M.L.C. 
Byron, F. Rochfort 
Canning, Arthur R. 
Derry, B. Graham 
Digby-Jones, C. K., Mazoe 
Douglas, Loudon M., F.R.S.E. 
Duthie, George 
Furness, Reginald L. 
Gray, Wentworth D. 
Greener, Herbert 

Grey, Major Raleigh, C.V.O., C.M.G., M.L.C. 
Harriss, Richard H. 
Hole, Hugh Marshall 
Hughes, Frank G. 

Kennedy, James Hutchinson, M.L.C. 
Le Sueur, Gordon 
McIlwaine, R. 



Milton, Sir Wm. H., K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O. 

MoRKEL, Arthur L. R. 

Morris, Moss H. 

MoRRisBY, A. Clayton 

MuNDY, Hugh G. 

Newton. Frank J., C.V.O., C.M.G., M.L.C. 

Nixon, Robt. 

Palmer, Wm. Jarvis 

Peech, Percy 

Sawerthal, Henry 

ScANLEN, Hon. Sir Thomas, K.C.M.G., M.E.C. 

Sheppy, Ernest E. 

Singer, Morris E. 

Smith, Wm. 

South, Ernest H., Hunyani 

Stewart, Thos., M.B., CM. 

Strachan, John, Mazoe 

Thornton, G. J. 

Walker, Andrew G. 

SELUKWE. 
Little, James B. 
Mayers, Henry M. Stewart 
Thomas, Frederick J. 

UMTALL 
Dalrymple, Joseph, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 
EwiNG, William Leckie 
Gloag, Durant 
McDowell, V. B. Grant 
Pearce, Herbert G. 
Weissenborn, Charles A. P. 
Wienholt, Fred E. 



VICTORIA. 



Dickson, Ernest 



NORTHERN RHODESIA. 



Austin, John Alfred 

Baldock, Henry A. 

Beaufort, His Honour Chief Justice 

Leicester P., M.A., B.C.L. 
Bellis, Chas. H. S., J.P. 
Bishop, Basil F. 
Clarke, Fredk. J. 
Copeman, E. a. 
Dale, Andrew 
Davidson, Robt. 
Dillon, J. F. Kenny, J.P. 
Douglas, Eric, Katanga 
Durman, Leonard 

Ellacombe, GU.BERT W., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P, 
Fair, Chas. H. 
Ferguson, Kenneth 
Fielding, Harold 

Gibbons, Lieut.-Colonel Alfred St. Hm- 
Handley, Guy F. B, 



Hayteb, a. C, 

Ingall, C. E. 

Jones, Edgar A. Averay 

Jong, J. C. de Jossblin de 

Layman, F. H. 

MacLeod, Norman R. 

McKerrow, Henry B. 

May, Aylmer Wm., M.D. 

Renny-Tailyour, Eric 

Robinson, John R. 

Ryan, Bernard 

Sanderson, John G. 

Sheehan, William J., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. 

Stephenson, Arthur 

Stohr, Fredk. 0., M.B., Katanga 

Thomson, J. Moffat 

Wallace, Lawrence A., C.M.G., A.M.Iost.C.E, 

Worthingtox, Frank V, 



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ROUMANIA. 



Deader, H. F. 
Russell, FEANCia 



RUSSIA. 

Caldee, Wm., Bahu 
Dabell, Chas., Maikop 
Harbison, George A., Perm 
Wallen, Edwin K., Grosny 



SALVADOR. 

Levy, Wm. Lewis 



SARAWAK. 

Caldecot, Hon. Ivone K. 
MouNSEY, Right Rev. Wm. R., D.D., Lord 
Bishop of Labuan and Sarawak 



SEYCHELLES. 



Brooks, James Henry, M.R.C.S.E. 
Davidson, H.E., W. E., C.M.G. 
McIrvine, Charles G. 
Newsam, Arthur Fowlee 



Stephens, Wm. Francis 
Thom ASSET, Hon. Hans P., M.L.C. 
Young, His Honour Chief Justice Alfred 
J. K., B.A. 



Dixon, Thos. F. 



SIAM. 

Garrett, Henry B. G. 



SIERRA LEONE. 



Bailey, Captain Heney E., W.A.F.F. 

Beatty, Kenneth J. 

BowDEN, Wm. Davis, M.A. 

Brooks, George L. 

Beown, Nicholas E., J.P. 

Bueeows, Donald, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 

CoGHiLL, Captain H. B. M. 

Cole, Wm. O'Connor 

Collett, J. Wallace, M.D., L.R.C.P. & S. 

Copland, Chas. A. 

Da vies, Wm. A. Noel 

Dove, Fredeeick W. 

Espeut, Reginald Wm., C.E. 

FiRMiN, Cecil H. 

FoRDE, Robert M., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 

Eraser, A. S. 

Frere, Noel Gray 

Haddon-Smith, Hon. G. B., C.M.G. 

Hanson, Bertram E. 

Harrison, Wm. Ewaet 

Hebron, Hon. A. S., M.L.C. 

Heslip, Captain Isaac 

Hilton, Thoas J. 

Hooker, R. Symons 

JoANNiDEs, John, J.P. 

Johnson, Hon. Edward 0., I.S.O. 

Kennan, Riohaed H., M.D., F.R.C.S.L 



Lake, Wallace S., A.M.Inst.C.E. 

Lean, Ronald 

Lembeeg, Philip 

Leopold, Lewis J. 

McCoNAGHY, John, M.B. 

Maxwell, J. Ceawfoed, C.M.G., M.A., M.D. 

May, Cornelius 

Merewether, H.E., Sir Edward Marsh, 

K.C.V.O., C.M.G. 
Milleb, Frederick A. 
Moore, Rev. Canon Obadiah 
Newton, Hon. John C, M.L.C. 
Perkins, A. E. 
Phillips, Alexander W. 
Rennee, W., M.D. 
Renshaw, Samuel 
scovell, g. r. 
Slater, Isaac S. 
Stanley, Capt. Wm. Blakeney 
Thomas, Hon. James J., C.M.G., M.L.C. 
Thomas, Hon. John H., M.L.C, J.P. 
TowNSEND, His Honoue Wm. Richaed, B.A. 
ViEET, Hon. a. Percival 
Wilkinson, Reginald W. H., M.A., J.P. 
Williams, James Augustus 
ZocHONis, Geoege B. 



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SOUTH SEA AND PACIFIC ISLANDS. 

Aruisdel, John Thomas Robertson, Alexander, M.D., CM., Oilhert 

Barnett, Frederick J., British Solomon Island Islands 

Dickson, Captain J. Quayle, D.S.O., Gilbert Smith-Rewse, Geoffrey B. 

Islands Treusch, Joen B., M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., 

Kino, Merton, New Hebrides Fanning Island 



BoAG, Geo. L., Agiiilas 

Moore, John Vander M., Centenilh 



SPAIN. 

Nash, Wm. Giles, Rio Tinto 



SPANISH HONDURAS. 

Melhado, Wm., Truocillo 



STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 



Acton, Roger D., Singapore 

Adams, Hon. Arthur R., M.L.C, Penang 

Adis, N. N., Singapore 

Anthonitz, Hon. James 0., Singapore 

Baker, Alfred, Singapore 

Balfour, J. F., Singapore 

Bland, Hon. R. N., C.M.G., Penang 

Broadrick, E. G., Singapore 

Brockman, Hon. Edward L., G.M.G., Singapore 

Brown, David A. Murray, Penang 

Brown, Edmund A. B., Penang 

Bryant, Alfred T., Singapore 

CoGHLAN, H. Lake, Singapore 

De Hamel, Major H. Barry, Peiutng 

Evans, Francis S., Singapore 

Fawcus, Captain Wm. S., Singapore 

Hallifax, James W., Penang 

Haynes, Alwyn S., Penang 

Janion, E. M., Singapore 

Jones, Chief Justice Sir Wm. H. Hyndman, 

Singapore 
Knight, Arthur, Singapore 
Leggatt, H. B., Penang 
Legge, Charles A. L., Malacca 
McCraith, Captain W. Douglas, Singapore 
Marks, Oliver. Singapore 
Martin, S. F. Brereton, M.A., LL.B., Penang 



MiDDLETON, Donald T., Wellesley 

Mitchell, John T., Penang 

MoRRiss, P. DE Cherie, Malacca 

Penfold, H. Lashmar, B.A., Penang 

Reid, Thojias H., F.J.L, Singapore 

Ridley, Henry N., C.M.G., M.A., F.R.S., 

Singapore 
Ross, Alexr. J., Singapore 
Sanderson, Chas. E. F., C.E., Singapore 
Sanderson, Captain Reginald H.D., Singapore 
Snewin, Captain Walter, Singapore 
SoMERViLLE, FREDERICK G., Singapore 
Sproule, Percy J., Penang 
Steadman, Vincent, Singapore 
Thornton, Hon. Mr. Justice S. Leslie, 

Penang 
Turner, Fredk. A., Singapore 
Turner, John, Penang 
Velge, Chas. Eugene, Singapore 
Waddell, Wm. P., Singapore 
Watson, Edwin A., Penang 
WiLKiNS, H., Singapore 
Young, H.E., Sir Arthur H., K.C.M.G., 

Singapore 
Young, Hon. Robert, M.L.C, M.LM.E., 

Penang 



SUMATRA. 

Oldham, Grimble V. 



Bell, Anthony, Montreux 
Kirkcaldy, N. M., Berne 



SWITZERLAND. 



LoFTUs, Rowley C, Vevey 
Phillipo, Sir George, Geneva 



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TRINIDAD. 



Archibald, R. Bruce, J.P., Tobago 
Archibald, William, Tobago 
Bell, Hon. Archibald G., M.E.C, M.Inst.C.E., 
^ Port of Spain 

BERNSTEm, Leon J., Port of Spain 

BowEN, Edward, Port of Spain 

Burt, Albert Hamilton, M.R.C.S.E., L.RiC.P., 

Port of Spain 
Carmody, Professor P., F.I.C., F.C.S., Port of 

Spain 
Centeno, Leon, Port of Spain 
Dyett, Hon. Wm. C. L., M.L.C, Port of Spain 
Eakin, J. W., M.D., Port of Spain 
Eliot, Edward Carlyon, Tobago 
FitzGerald, Geo. L., San Fernando 
FitzPatrick, Geo., San Fernando 
Gollan, Hon. H. C, K.C, Port of Spain 



Gordon, W. Gordon, Port of Spain 
Gordon, Wm. Montgomerie, Port of Spain 
Le Hunte, H.E., Sir George Ruthven, 

G.G.M.G., Port of Spain 
Marshall, Colonel Robeet S., Port of Spain 
Reid, Robert Smith, Tobago 
Rust, Randolph, Port of Spain 
Scott, Chas. W., Port of Spain 
Stevens, Percival, A.M.Inst.C.E., Port of 

Spain 
Swan, Hon. Mk. Justice Robert A., Port of 

Spain 
Tucker, W. J. Sanger, J.P., Port of Spain 
Wallen, John Henry, Guaya Guayare 
Warner, Hon. R. S. Auchee, K.C. M.L C, 

Port of Spain 



UGANDA. 



'' Banks, Frederick Grant 
Booty, Arthur E, 
Burn, Major Waltee A. 
Carter, His Honour Judge Wm. M. 
Clark, James A. 
Dain, C. K. 
Ennis, His Honour Judge George F. M. 
Espeut, Claude V. 
Gee, a. H. 
Hogg, Alan 

Hutchinson, Captain Henry, R.N.R. 
Isemonger, Francis M. 
Jervoisb, G. p. V. 
Legat, Arthur A. 
Manara, Victor M. 



Moore, Henry Owen 

Morgan, A. R. 

Moses, Michael 

Owen, Hugh B., M.B. 

Pordage, Frederick, C.E. 

Richardson, Edward, C.E. 

Russell, W. Alison 

Smith, George Douglas, C.M.G. 

Speke, Augustus Grant 

Spire, Frederick 

Sturrock, J. C. R. 

Tarrant, Humphrey M. 

Tolland, Jas. Pulteney, C.E. 

Wallace, Captain W. T. E., A.M.I.E.E. 

Wallis, Hon. Henry R., C.M.G. 



UNITED STATES. 



Allin, Cephas D., Minneapolis 

Bennett, Couetenay Walter, CLE., New 

York 
Body, Rev. Professor C. W. E., D.C.L., New 

York 
BuRNHAM, Mather H., Arizona 
Campbell, Charles E., Seattle 
Campbell-Johnston, Augustine, California 
Chambers, Arthur F., San Francisco 
Childers, Chas. E. E., Pittsburgh 
CooKSON, Geoffrey E., New York 
Douglas, James, LL.D., New York 
Faequhaeson, Aethue W., New York 
Gay, George Sinclair, California 



GiLFiLLAN, Alexr., B.Sc, Seattle 

Goldie, Amyas Leigh, Nevada 

Hamilton, Prof. George Hall, Nebraska 

Ireland, Alleyne, New York 

Lee, Francis V. T., B.A., A.M.I.E.E., San 

Francisco 
MoNTFORT, Frederic, New York 
Phillips, John, New York 
Powell, Wilfrid, Philadelphia 
Ross, A. Carnegie, C.B., San Francisco 
Salaman, Fredk. N., New York 
Smith, W. Ferguson, Florida 
Thwaites, Norman G., New York 
Wolff, Henry A., M.D., New York 



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URUGUAY. 

Ctjrwen-Reed, Thoma3 



VENEZUELA. 

Gavix, Norman A. 



WINDWARD ISLANDS. 



Barnard, Samuel, St. Lucia 

Cheesman, Robert Stjcklesig, St. Vincent 

CoMissioNG, Hon. W. S., C.M.G., K.C., M.E.C., 

Grejiada 
Condell, C. F., St. Lucia 
CuDDEFORD, Wm., Grenada 
De Freitas, Hon. D. S., M.L.C, Grenada 
De la Mothe, Hon. J. T., M.L.C, Grenada 
Gay, Arnold, E., Grenada 
Harford, Frederick, Grenada 
Hayes-Sadler, H.E., Lieut. -Colonel Sir 

James, K.C.M.G., C.B., Grenada 



Hutchinson, Waler C., St. Vincent 
Lewis, Allan Wellesley, K.C., Grenada 
IVIartin, John Stuart, Grenada 
Murray, Hon. Chas. Gideon, St. Vincent 
Norton, Edwin, J.P., Grenada 
O'Neale, Robert D., M.B., CM., Grenada 
Rice, Cecil N., Grenada 
Seton-Browne, Hon. George S., M.L.C, 

Grenada 
Sherlff, Chief Justice Percy, M.C, St. Lucia 
Simmons, Hon. C J., M.L.C, St. Vincent 
Slinger, David L., Grenada 






ZANZIBAR. 



Bardo, Captain Fredk. S. 
Baughan, Francis Wm. 
Galbraith, Augustus W. de R, 



Spurrier, Alfred H., L.R.C.P. 
ToMLiNsoN, His Honour Judge Thos. S. 



UNATTACHED. 



Adlam, Joseph C 

Andrews, M. S. 

Bain, Colonel Andrew 

Barklie, T. W. S. 

Barnett, Captain E. Algernon 

Beanlands, Rev. Canon Arthur, M.A. 

Bertram, Chas. Fuller 

Bevan, James F. 

Black, Ernest, L.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Blow, John Jellings 

Bonar, Thomson, M.D. 

BouRDiLLON, Edmund 

Bowler, Louis P. 

Bowles, Lionel 0., CE. 

Brown, T. D. C. 

Bruce, George 

Bruce, R. H. 

Burt, Andrew 

Burt, James A. 

Carter, Sir Gilbert T., K.C.M.G. 

Catto, John 



Cheke, Geo. 0. M. 
Chintamon, Hurrychund 
Chomley, C. H. 
Churchill, J. S., C.M.G. 
Chute, Mervyn L., A.M.I.Mech.E. 
Clarke, Sm Fielding 

COLLETT, Vl\aAN 
COLQUHOUN, ROBT. A. 
CORDNER, E. J. IL 

Cordner-James, John H., A.M.Inst.CE. 

Cotton, E. P. 

CoTTRELL, Henry E. P., A.M.Inst.CE. 

Cox, Sir Lionel 

Craig, E. H. Cunningham, B.A., F.G.S. 

CuLLEN, Commander Percy, C.M.G., R.N.R. 

Dalton, E. H. Goring 

Daniels, Chas. AV., M.B., M.R.CS.E. 

Davies, L. Robert 

Davis, N. Darnell, C.M.G. 

Dawson, Alexr. W. 

De Lissa, Osborne L. 



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Denton, Sir George C, K.C.M.G. 

De Villiers, Isaac Horak 

donnellan, b. j. 

Douglas, James Archibald, M.A. 

Dudley, Cecil 

Duff, Robert 

DuFFiN, Bruce Wm, 

DuKA, Capt. a. T., D.S.O., M.R.CS.E. 

Edmondson, C. S. 

Evans, W. Bowen 

Fawns, S. 

Ferreira, Antonius p. 

Fife, G. R. 

FlNAUGHTY, H. J. 

Fletcher, Franklin H. 

Fletcher, Wm. Horton 

Forster, Julius J. 

Fortuno, J. 

Fox, Frank 

GoDDEN, H. Danvers, D.D.S. 

Green, Frank J. 

Greenless, T. Duncan, M.D, 

Grenpell, Arthur Pascob 

Grimani, E. H. 

Hankin, Christopher L. 

Hannon, p. J. 

Hawes, Cecil E. 

Hawkins, Isaac T., A.M.Inst.C.E, 

Heussler, Christian A. 

Hewick, J. E. 

Hiddingh, J. M. F. 

Highett, John Moore 

Hill, Lieut. -Colonel Thos. Alexr. 

Hodgson, Sir Frederic M., K.C.M.G. 

HoEY, Ung Bok 

Hope, C. H. S. 

Hussey-Walsh, Major Wm. 

Hutchinson, Sir Joseph T., M.A. 

Hutton, Wm. 

Ireland, J. S. A., M.B. 

Jacobs, Isaac 

Jameson, Henry Lyster, M.A., Ph.D. 

Kelly, Sir Henry G. 

Kelly, James John 

Kenny, W. 

Lamprey, Lieut. -Colonel J. J., R.A.M.C. 

Lawley, Hon. Sib Arthur, G.C.S.L, G.C.I.E., 

K.C.M.G. 
Leech, John Bourke Massy 
Lefevre, William 
Lilly, Deputy-Surgeon-General, Frederick 

J., R.N. 
Lloyd, John T. 

LovELL, Sir Francis H., C.M.G., F.R.C.S.E. 
Lynn, William J. 



Maclean, Kaid Sir Harry, K.C.M.G. 

McCarthy, R. H., C.M.G. 

McNaughton, Colin B. 

Mallons, G. C. M. D. 

Marks, Herbert T. 

Matthews, Fletcher 

Maund, Edward A. 

Mennie, James C. 

Meredith, Ven. Archdeacon Thomas 

MiLEY, Wm. Kildare, L.R.C.P. 

Milne, George T. 

MoiR, Chas. Main 

Moore, Colonel Sir Newton J., K.C.M.G. 

MuNRO, Alexr. M., M.R.C.V.S. 

Mttnro, John 

Murphy, C. N. 

Nelson, Major Abercrombie A. C. 

Neumann, Joseph 0. 

Newnham, Frederic J. 

Noble, R. D'Oyly 

NoRRis, Lieut. -Colonel R. J., D.S.O. 

O'Brien, Chas. A., LL.D. 

Ongley, Percy A. 

Ormsby, Right. Rev. Bishop 

OuTHWAiTE, Robert Leonard 

Owen, John Wilson 

Owen, Owen Williams 

OxLEY, Horace 

Patterson, Lieut. -Colonel J. H., D.S.O. 

Payne, Edward, F.G.S. 

Pennell, Major Follett, M.S. 

Polkinghorne, Edwin 

Pope, Edward 

Porter, Holland 

Prout, Wm. Thos., C.M.G., M.B., CM. 

Qum, H. C. E., L.R.C.P. 

Ridge, Samuel H., B.A. 

rowden, e. g. 

RuMSEY, Commander R. Murray, R.N., I.S.O. 

Sharp, J. W. 

Sharp, W. Goodenough 

Sharples, Norman 

Shrager, Isaac 

Small, John D., L.R.C.S., L.S.A. 

Smith, Francis 

Smith, Capt. George 

Smith, James Carmichael 

Stonestreet, George D. 

Stopford, The Hon. Jas. Richard N. 

Strong, Aylmer C. 

SuLiVAN, Edward P. C. 

Taverner, Hon. Sir John W. 

Taylor, Adolphus J. 

Taylor, Sir Wm. T., K.C.M.G. 

Tennant, Hercules, C.M.G. 



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Thomson, Arthttb H. 

Thornton, Wm. 

ToMKiNS, Stanley C, C.M.G. 

Tea VERS, Benjamin 

Tremearne, Major A. J. N., B.A., D.Anth, 

TURLAND, A. DE SaLES 
TURTON, C. D. 

Waldron, Derwent, M.B., CM. 
Walker, Lt.-Col. R. S. Frowd, C.M.G. 



Wall, T. A. 

Wallis, Right Rev. Bishop Frederic, D.D. 

Warner, Oliver W. 

Watts, Arthur W. 

Webber, Lionel H. 

Wileman, H. St. John 

Wickham, H. a., J.P. 

Wilson, George Prangley, C.E. 

Wright, G. H. Cory 



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XVIII— REPORT OF THE COUNCIL 



PEESENTED AT THE ANNUAL MEETING 



On TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1912 



1. The Royal Colonial Institute, which closes the forty-third year of its existence 
with the issue of this Report, was founded at a Meeting held in the year 1868 
for the purpose of promoting the increase and diffusion of knowledge respecting 
the Colonies and Dependencies, and the preservation of a permanent union between 
the Mother Country and various parts of the Empire. As a means of promoting 
these objects, and as a meeting place for those interested in them, the Institute 
has provided a substantial building in the heart of the Empire which contains a 
library and newspaper room chiefly devoted to Colonial literature, together with 
reading, writing, smoking, and reception rooms ; it issues a monthly Journal, 
entitled United Empire, which is devoted to the history, trade, resources, and 
development of all parts of the British Empire, and is forwarded free of cost to 
all the Fellows ; it also makes provision for the frequent reading and discussion of 
papers connected with Imperial and Colonial questions. 

2. A significant feature of the growth of the Institute during the year under 
review is the largely increased Membership of both Resident and Non-Resident 
Fellows. This may be attributed chiefly to appreciation of the value of the 
Institute, and to the active co-operation of the Honorary Corresponding Secretaries, 



Fellows and Associates. 

3. During the past year 223 Resident, 555 Non-Resident, 54 Associates, and 
2 Honorary Follows have been elected, making a total of 834, as compared with 158 
Resident, 529 Non-Resident Fellows, 39 Associates, and 1 Honorary Fellow, or a 
total of 725 in 1910. On December 31, 1911, there were 1,676 Resident, 3,807 Non- 
Resident Fellows, 110 Associates, and 15 Honorary Fellows, or 5,608 in all ; of whom 



188 Itoyal Colonial Institute. 

1,500 have compounded for the annual subscription and qualified as Life Members. 
The number of Lady Associates, whose privileges entitle them to receive a copy of 
the monthly Journal of the Institute, to attend any Meeting held for the reading 
of Papers or any Annual Provincial Conference of the Institute, and to attend the 
Annual Conversazione, has increased from 18 in 1909 to 110 on 31st December, 1911. 



Rhodes Scholars. 

4. Twenty-four Rhodes Scholars have been made Honorary Fellows during their 
residence at Oxford, in place of a similar number who have completed their studies 
at the University. 

Accounts. 

5. As will be seen from the annexed Statement of Receipts and Payments, the 
total Receipts for the year amounted to £9,751 18s. Qd., of which £7,633 16s, 
consisted of Entrance Fees and Subscriptions of Fellows and Associates, showing 
an increase under this heading for the year of £883 16s. 

The net ordinary expenditure for the year, after deducting £2,952 10s. M., 
Cost of New Furniture and balance of cost of Reconstruction of the Building, and 
also £1,157 5s. 6c?. receipts for Institute Dinners and Conversazione, was 
£8,507 85. 9(?., compared with £6,242 17s. U. for 1910. 

6. Since the foundation of the Institute the Accounts have been annually audited 
by two Fellows of the Institute, one representing the Council and the other the Fellows. 
The Council are of opinion that the time has arrived when the Accounts should be 
audited by a firm of Accountants, and they have therefore appointed Messrs. 
Price, Waterhouse & Co. Auditors to the Institute, subject to confirmation by the 
Fellows at the Annual Meeting. The necessary alterations to the Rules to give 
effect to this action were submitted to the Fellows at an Ordinary Meeting held on 
January 9, 1912, and approved. 



Comparative Statement op Number of Fellows and Annual Revenue. 

7. The following Table shows the number of Fellows and Associates and the 
Annual Income in each year since the foundation of the Institute in the year 
1868 :— 



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189 





NnmhftF of "Ppllowa 


Annual income (exclusive of Building and 


Date. 


and Associates.* 


Conversazione Funds, but inclusive of Life 
Compositions and Entrance Fees). 


To June 11, 1869 .... 


174 


& s. d. 
1,224 14 5 


1870 . 






275 


549 10 8 


1871 . 






210 


503 16 4 


1872 . 






271 


478 10 4 


1873 . 






349 


1,022 9 1 


1874 . 






420 


906 12 11 


1875 . 






551 


1,038 15 8 


1876 . 






627 


1,132 3 3 


1877 . 






717 


1,222 18 3 


1878 . 






796 


1,330 13 11 


1879 . 






981 


1,752 18 2 


1880 . 






1,131 


2,141 8 10 


1881 , 






1,376 


2,459 15 6 


1882 . 






1,613 


3,236 8 3 


1883 . 






1,959 


3,647 10 


1884 . 






2,306 


4,539 101 




1885 . 






2,587 


5,220 19 




1886 . 






2,880 


6,258 11 




To Dec. 31, 1886 . 






3,005 


6,581 2 5 


, 


1887 . 






3,125 


6,034 3 


bo 

g 


1888 . 






3,221 


6,406 11 5 


^ 


1889 . 






3,562 


7,738 7 11 


% 


1890 . 






3,667 


6,919 7 6 


rQ 


1891 . 






3,782 


7,362 2 10 


1 


1892 . 






3,775 


6.966 12 4 


*♦-< 


1893 . 






3,749 


6,458 18 6 


o 
d 
.2 


1894 . 






3,757 


6,691 19 


1895 . 






3,767 


6,854 2 11 




1896 . 






3,929 


7,315 5 9 


^ O 


1897 . 






4,133 


7,588 15 7 


<A 


1898 . 






4,139 


7,114 4 2 


O 


1899 . 






4,153 


7,053 10 2 




1900 . 






4,208 


7,142 8 3 


ID 


1901 . 






4,228 


7,154 1 9 




1902 . 






4,407 


8,042 5 1 


1 

pi 


1903 . 






4,460 


7,740 4 9 


1904 . 






4,472 


7,628 15 8 


"o 


1905 . 






4,491 


7,536 10 9 


a 
1—1 


1906 . 






4,487 


7,323 6 7 




1907 . 






4,437 


7,467 13 6 




1908 . 






4,438 


7,203 7 4 




1909*. 






4,527 


7,434 6 7 




1910 . 






6,010 


8,275 16 Oj 




1911 . 






6,608 


8,597 13 2 





* Associates were first introduced in 1909. 



Obituaky. 

8. The obituary of 1911 comprises 100 names, including the Earl of Onslow (a 
Vice-President), Dr. A. P. Hillier, M.P. (a Councillor), and Lord Northcote, 
G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., C.B. :— 

C. C. Arnell (Victoria), George Bagot (Barbados), John Barclay (New South V/ales), Hon. 
Warren D. Barnes (Colonial Secretary, Hong Kong), Gardner S. Bazley, William A. Beecrojt (New 
Zealand), Richard C. Bennett (Transvaal), John H. Black (Southern Nigeria), Henry Bohn, 
Hon. John L. Bradfield (Cafe Province), Hon. C. Macaulay Browne, C.M.G., M.L.G. (Grenada), 
Colonel R. A. Brou'ne,G. Mangin Bult (New South Wales), James Calvert, Captain Thomas Chrisp 
(New Zealand), Alfred A. Clark, Arthur 8. Collyns (New Zealand), H.H. the Maharaja of Coach 



190 Royal Colonial Institute. 

Behar, G.C.I.E., C.B., W. 8. Crar (Natal), William A. Crawford {British East Africa), L. H. 
Cuhitt (Uganda), James W. Daivson, William J. Dawes (Rhodesia), George G. Dixon, C.E., 
Joseph Dowling, J. H. Duffill, C.E. (Natal), William Dymock (New Zealand), Horace 
Freeman (Rhodesia), W. W. Fuller, Major-General W. T. Goldsicorthy, C.B., Henry J. J. Grahl 
(Liberia), W. Morris Green (Western Australia), Sir Benjamin Greenacre (Natal), George Grey, 
Edward S. Grigson, A. H. Haddow (Burma), Walter R. Hall (New South Wales), Hugh B. 
Halswell, J. P., Sir John A. Hanham, Bart., Henry Hayman, Alexander Hector, Dudley F. A. 
Hervey, C.M.G., Dr. Alfred Hillier, M.P. (Councillor), E. Brodie Hoare, H. Percival James 
(Southern Nigeria^ William T. Jones (late of Victoria), Pitt Kennedy, Henry Kidd (Mea-ico), 
James Kirher (New Zealand), Alexander Landale ( Victoria), James Langton, James Laughland, 
G. Gerard Longden (British East Africa), Hon. F. C. Loos, C.M.G., M.L.C. (Ceylon), Donald 
MacDonald (New Zealand), David P. McEwen, K. N. Macfee (Canada), James MacGarvey 
(Russia), A. Mackenzie Mackay, St. Clair MacLeay, Alexander MacRosty, James Mair (New 
South Wales), J. Herbert Mason (Canada), William Meuddl (Victoria), William H. Middleton (Natal), 
James Miller (late of Straits Settlements), William Neish, Rt. Hon. Lor i Norlhcote, G.C.M.G., 
G.C.I. E., C.B., Rt. Hon. the Earl of Onslow, G.C.M.G. ( Vice-President), Robert Porter (late of Ceylon), 
Sir Cuthbert Quilter, Bart., George Richards (late of the Transvaal), Hon. Matthew H. Rirhey, 
K.C., D.C.L. (Canada), E. J. Riddiford (New Zealand), Herbert A. Ridsdale [Western Australia), 
Byron L. Ronald, G. J. Royle (New South Wales), J. W. H. Russouw (Cape Province), Walter 
Savill, Captain G. Colquhoun Sconce, Percy G. Scott, Assoc. M.Inst. C.E. (late of Burma), Edwin 
Smith, W. Springorum (Natal), W. Herbert Squires [late of South Australia), Arthur Street, M. T. 
Sutherland (German S. W. Africa), A. W. Swain (British Guiana), Rt. Hon. Sir Henri E. 
Taschereau (Canada), J. M. Tinline, Arthur Tyndall (South Australia), Hon. Forbes G. Vernon 
{late of British Columbia), Houlton H. Voss (New South Wales), Horace Weldoii (Transvaal), 
Hon. Mr. Justice H. L. Wendt (Ceylon), Edmund W. Westby (late of New South Wales), 
William White, J. P., F.G.S. (Queensland), Charles H. Wilkinson (Canada), Hon. Claudius E. 
Wright, M.L.C, (Sierra Leone), Sir James S. Winter, E.C., K.C.M.O. (Newfoundland), E. Evans 
Youjig (Canada). 

Election of Vice-Presidents and Councillors. 

9. A vacancy on tlie Council, occasioned by the death of Dr. A. P. Hillier, M.P., 
has been filled, under the provisions of Eiile 6, by the ad interim appointment, subject 
to confirmation by the Fellows, of Lieut.-Colonel A. Weston Jarvis, C.M.G., M.V.O. 

10. In the absence of any nominations by the Fellows, the Council, in accord- 
ance with Eule 65, submit a List of Fellows nominated to fill the vacancies in the 
offices of President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, and Councillors. The following 
retire, pursuant to Rule 7, and are eligible and nominated for re-election : Presi- 
dent, Field-Marshal H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught, E.G., G.C.M.G. Vice- 
Presidents : the Duke of Argyll, K.G. ; the Duke of Marlborough, K.G. ; the 
Earl of Rosebery, E.G., E.T. ; Earl Grey, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. ; the Earl of 
Minto, E.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G. ; Earl Brassey, G.C.B. ; Viscount Milner, G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G. ; the Right Hor. Alfred Lyttelton, E.C., M.P. ; Sir Henry Bulwer, 
G.C.M.G. Treasurer : Sir Montagu F. Ommanney, G.C.M.G., E.C.B., I.S.O. 

11. The following Councillors retire, pursuant to Rule 7, and are not eligible for 
re-election this year : Admiral Sir N. Bowden-Smith, E.C.B., Hon. Sir Cornthwaite 
H. Rason, and Mr. "William Eeswick, M.P. The following are nominated by the 
Council to fill the above vacancies : Sir Charles Lucas, E.C.B., E.C.M.G., Major 
Archer-Shee, M.P., Sir Charles J. Dudgeon. 

12. The following Vice-Presidents have been appointed during the year, in accord- 
ance with Rvde 6 : Rt. Hon. Sir Albert H. Hime, E.C.M.G., Field-Marshal Earl Roberts, 
V.C, E.G., O.M., &c., Admiral Lord Charles Beresford, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., Earl of 
Selborne, E.G., G.C.M.G., Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, M.P., Rt. Hon. Lewis 
Harcourt, M.P., Admiral Sir N. Bowden-Smith, E.C.B. 



Report of the Council. 191 

E NTERTAINMENTS. 

13. The Annual Conversazione was held at the Natural History Museum, by 
permission of the Trustees of the British Museum, on June 16, and was attended by a 
large number of guests representing all parts of the British Empire. 

14. The Annual Dinner, which was held at the Hotel Cecil on May 24 (Empire Day), 
was a brilliant fimction, at which the President of the Institute, H.R.H. the Duke of 
Connaught, presided, and among the principal guests were the Prime Mmisters of the 
Overseas Dominions who were in England in connection with the Imperial Conference, 
and who responded to the Toast of " The British Dominions Beyond the Seas." 

15. Earl Grey, on his arrival in England from Canada on relinquishing the office 
of Governor-General of the Dominion, was entertained at a Complimentary Banquet, 
which was presided over by the Rt. Hon. Lewis Harcourt, M.P., Secretary of State for 
the Colonies. The guests included leading Members of both Houses of Parliament, 
distingmshed statesmen, and representatives of all parts of the Empire. 

Meetings. 

16. The General Meetings of the Fellows have been numerously attended, and the 
following Papers rea,d and discussed and widely circulated in the Monthly Journal, 
United Empire : — 

■'Empire Trade Relations." By Ben H. Morgan. 

" Sierra Leone and its Commercial Expansion." By T. J. Alldridge, I.S.O. 

•' The New Day in Rhodesia." By Charles W. Boyd, C.M.G. 

" The Past, Present, and Future of Australia." By Rt. Hon. Sir George H. 
Reid, G.C.M.G. 

" A Higher and Truer Imperialism." By Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Ward, Bart., 
K.C.M.G. 

" Imperial Telegraphs." By Charles Bright, F.R.S.E., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E. 

" True ImperiaHsm." By Dr. George R. Parkin, C.M.G. 

" British and German Influence in West Africa." By Mrs. Mary Gaunt. 

"The Outlying Islands of New Zealand." By Lord Plunket, G.C.M.G., 
K.C.V.O. 

" Burma the Cinderella." By Sir J. George Scott, K.C.I.E. 

"My Impressions of Australia." By the Earl of Dudley, G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 

Library. 

17. The additions to the Library number 3,257 books, 2,057 pamphlets, 537 
maps, and 231 photographs, making a total of 6,082 additions during the year, 
compared with 5,465 durmg 1910. Since the enlargement of the building and the re- 
arrangement of the Library the ordinary accession of books has been nearly trebled. 
This has entailed a large amount of extra work upon the Library staff. Of the 
additions during the past year 4,850 were presented by their authors or publishers, 
by various learned societies, and by the different Overseas Governments. On 
December 31st, 1911, the Library contained 84,646 volumes and pamphlets. The 
newspapers and magazines received at the Library, the majority of which are 
presented by their publishers, now number 670. During the year 58,200 
separate parts were filed. The practice of subsequently sending newspapers 



192 lloyal Colonial Institute. 

to tlie Britisli Museum for permanent reference lias been continued. The re- 
arrangement of the Library proceeds slowly, owing to the necessity of cataloguing 
all additions, but the Canadian and general sections have been completed during 
the year, and the Australian and West Indian sections alone remain to be dealt with. 
Since the commencement of the card catalogue in April, 1910, 26,000 cards have been 
written. These represent current literature only, as it has not been found possible 
to re-catalogue any of the books acquired before the commencement of the card 
catalogue. The value of the carding system in quickly revealing the literature 
upon any given topic is demonstrated daily, and it has proved of great assistance 
both to the stafi and to frequenters of the Library. A special efiort has been made 
to interest learned and historical societies in the work of the Library, with the result 
that many sets of publications have been obtained, especially from the United States. 
It is desirable that works dealing with the Colonial period of American history, 
which is intimately connected with Canadian and West Indian history, should find 
a place on the shelves. A special section of the Library is being formed to cover 
the period in question. The Indian section has been largely increased during the 
year. This is due to the sympathetic interest displayed by the India Ojfice 
and the Imperial and Provincial Administrations in India. The Law Library has 
been extensively used. During the year the courteous presentation to the Library 
of the Institute of official publications by the Governments of the Overseas 
Dominions, Colonies, and India, has been fully maintained. The large number of 
books sent in for review in United Empire is a valuable asset to the Library, 
and the Council are greatly indebted to the publishers of such books, as well as 
to learned societies, the authorities of museums, libraries, and similar institutions, 
and to private donors. 

The Coronation. 

18. On the occasion of the Coronation the Council presented to their 
Majesties the King and Queen a Congratulatory Address under the Common 
Seal of the Institute, to which a gracious reply was received. 

19. In connection with the Coronation, Honorary Fellowship of the Institute was 
extended to the Royal Guests representing the Overseas Dominions, as well as to the 
ParUamentary representatives, the Officers of the Detachments of Troops, and other 
distinguished visitors who were not already Fellows of the Institute, during their 
stay in the United Kingdom. Four hundred invitations to the Conversazione of 
the Institute were placed at the disposal of the Colonial Troops' Entertainment 
Committee for distribution. 

A series of Eutertamments was organised by the Council which enabled the 
Fellows from Overseas to view some of the principal sights of London during their 
stay in the Mother Coimtry. By the kind permission of several of the City Companies, 
Afternoon Receptions were held in their Ancient Halls, when the Plate and other 
objects of interest were on view. Facilities were afforded by the Governor of the 
Bank of England for parties to inspect that institution, and a visit was made to 
Dr. Bamardo's Village at Barkingside. Hospitality was also extended to the Fellows 
by the Duke and Duchess of Sutherland, who gave a Reception at Stafford House ; 
by the Mayor and Mr. John Waddington, who entertained a large party at Brighton ; 
and by the Coimcil of the Royal Horticultural Society, who issued invitations to a 
Luncheon preceding the Summer Flower Show. The Hospitality Committee of the 



Report of the Council. 193 

Festival of Empire, of which Sir Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G., wass Chairman, 
conferred the privileges of Honorary Membership of the Dominions Club at the 
Crystal Palace upon all Non-Kesident Fellows of the Institute, who shared in many 
of the functions promoted by that Committee. 

Formation of Branches. 

20. The formation of Branches of the Institute in the Provincial Cities of the 
United Kingdom has occupied the attention of the Council during the past year, 
and Eegulations have been drawn up for their establishment and administration. 
A Branch may be constituted, at the discretion of the Council, in any town or district 
in the United Kingdom upon the requisition of ten or more persons desiring to 
become Subscribers being sent to the Institute with the name and address of the 
Honorary Secretary. The principal and immediate work of the Branches will be to 
organise Lectures for the diffusion of intelligence concerning the Overseas Dominions, 
Colonies, and India, and to bring together those who desire to aid in the maintenance 
of Empire Unity. Ladies and gentlemen may become Members of such Branches, and 
as such are entitled to receive the monthly Journal of the Institute, to attend all the 
Meetings at which Papers are read or Lectures delivered both locally and in London, 
and also to receive two invitations to the Annual Conversazione. 

Deputations. 

21. A deputation of the Council waited upon the Prime Minister and the Secretary 
of State for the Colonies, at the House of Commons, with the object of urging the 
Government to place upon the Agenda for the Imperial Conference the question of the 
need for closer Constitutional Union of the Empire. The deputation was introduced 
by Lieut. -General Sir J. Bevan Edwards, K.C.M.G., C.B., Chairman of Council, and 
Speeches in support of the subject were delivered by Dr. G. R. Parkin, C.M.G., Hon. 
Sir John A. Cockbum, M.D., K.C.M.G., Mr. Frederick Dutton, and Sir Westby B. 
Perceval, K.C.M.G. The Prime Minister expressed his pleasure at receiving the 
deputation, and undertook to bring to the notice of the Prime Ministers of the Self- 
Governing Dominions at the Imperial Conference the arguments and representations 
advanced by the Council of the Institute. A deputation of the Fellows resident in 
Queensland also waited upon the Prime Minister of the AustraUan Commonwealth 
for a similar purpose during his visit to Brisbane. 

Meetings of Non-Resident Fellows. 

22. A Meeting of the Fellows of the Institute resident in Port Elizabeth, South 
Africa, was held during the past year, at which the Honorary Corresponding Secretary 
submitted a statement regarding the work now being carried on by the Institute, 
and the advantage of having Local Centres to keep in touch with the parent institution. 
The Honorary Corresponding Secretary was requested to communicate with the other 
centres in South Africa, and ascertain what steps were being taken in order to further 
the interests of the Institute in their midst, and of the organisation they propose 
formulating. This action marks the beginning of a movement which, it is hoped, 
will be followed by the establishment of branches on an extensive scale throughout 
the Empire. 



194 Royal Colonial Institute. 

Empire Club of Canada. 

23. Arrangements have been made with the Empire Club of Canada by which 
residents of the Dominion may become Non-Resident Fellows of the Royal 
Colonial Institute and Members of the Empire Club of Canada on being duly proposed 
and seconded and on payment of fees, which will cover membership of both the 
Institute and the Club. By this means the Institute will have prominent Centres 
in Canada where information regarding its work and objects will always be available. 

Empire Lectures. 

24. The Illustrated Lectures movement, inaugurated by the Institute, has proved a 
gratifying success, the lectures having been attended by audiences ranging from a 
few hundred in small towns to many thousands in the big industrial centres. 
Opportunity is invariably taken to associate them with this Institute and make 
known its objects. It is generally acknowledged in the Press and elsewhere that these 
Lectures provide an excellent means of popular education regarding the responsibilities 
as well as the resources of the British Empire. Subscriptions were invited from the 
Fellows and others in order efiectively to carry on the work during the past 
year, and in response to the appeal a sum of £355 was received. This amount 
has now been exhausted, but the results obtained have been so satisfactory and 
encouraging that the Council have voted a sum towards continuing the Lectures 
during the present year. It is hoped that additional funds may be forth- 
coming to enable the movement to be placed upon a broader basis and carried 
on with increased energy. The co-operation of the civic authorities in various parts 
of the United Kingdom has been invited for the purpose of carrying out the necessary 
local arrangements and stimulating the movement. Mr. W. Herbert Garrison, who 
has done much to make the Lectures attractive, has been appointed 0£&cial Lecturer 
to the Institute, and if sufficient support is forthcoming it is hoped in due course 
to organise a stafi of lecturers. 

Empire Trade. 

25. For some time past the Coimcil has had under consideration the question of 
identifying itself in a more active manner with the furtherance of Empire Trade and 
Industrial interests, and a Representative Committee has been formed to carry out 
the Institute's work in that direction. The work of the Committee includes the 
arrangement of Industrial Conferences with a view to regulating and co-ordinating 
Empire Trade conditions, and by means of lectures at the Institute itself, and before 
the Chambers of Commerce and Trade Bodies throughout the country and in other 
ways to make more widely known the opportunities that exist in the Overseas 
Dominions for British Trade and capital, and, on the other hand, to place the 
British merchant and manufacturer in touch with the sources that are available 
within the Empire for the supply of raw materials and other products. The work 
of the Committee has received the support and co-operation of the Governments 
of the various Dominions and Oversea Possessions, who have undertaken to supply 
to the Institute their Reports and other documents affecting Empire Trade and 
Industry. 

The following subjects have already engaged the attention of the Committee, and 
formal Resolutions thereon have been forwarded to the President of the Board of 
Trade and the Secretary of State for the Colonies, and otherwise dealt with : — 



Report of the Council. ' 195 

1. Uniformity of Company Law within the Empire. 

2. The work of the British Consular Service in regard to Empire Trade. 

3. The establishment of Through Bookings of Goods by sea and land from one part 

of the Empire to another. 

4. The issue of popular Handbooks setting forth the resources and trade conditions 

of the Crown Colonies and dependencies. 

5. The necessity of taking some definite action to develop the resources of and 

British trade with India and the Crown Colonies and Dependencies by the 
appointment of Trade Commissioners, as has recently been done in the case 
of the Self-Governing Dominions. 



■*Cl 



The representations which the Committee have made in connection with some of 
the foregoing matters have already met with a measure of success. The broadening 
of the work of the Institute generally in such respects wUl, in the opinion of the 
Council, prove of practical value to all concerned in the improvement of Empire 
Trade and Industry. 

City Luncheons. 

26. In connection with the work of the Empire Trade and Industry Committee, 
hmcheons have been held in the City of London, at which Hon. Sir Newton J. Moore, 
K.C.M.C, late Premier of Western Australia and now Agent-General for that State ; 
Sir Elliot Lewis, K.C.M.G., Premier of Tasmania ; the Hon. Richard K. McBride, K.C., 
Premier of British Columbia, and the Hon. J. Pelletier, M.D., the first Agent-General 
for the Province of Quebec, were successively entertained, and expressed their views 
upon the trade and resoui'ces of the spheres they represented. 

Emigration. 

27. The Standing Committee on Emigration which was constituted as the outcome 
of a Conference of all Societies interested in Emigration has held periodical meetings 
throughout the year, which have been presided over by His Grace the Duke of Marl- 
borough, K.G., the Chairman of the Committee. The work accomplished embraces 
the issue of a Report, which was printed and circulated amongst the delegates to the 
Imperial Conference, the Secretary of State for the Colonies, the Local Government 

' Board, and the various Societies engaged in Emigration work, and was formally 
presented by a deputation to the Prime Minister. 

The following are the principal recommendations made by the Committee : — 

1. That the Imperial Conference should give the fullest consideration to the 
problems of Emigxation within the Empire. 

2. That official recognition should be given to the large number of private voluntary 
societies which are to-day engaged in the work of Emigration in the United 
Kingdom, and that an Ofiicial Committee should be constituted repre- 
sentative of the private emigration societies, to which the Government 
should nominate a Chairman representative of the chief Departments 
concerned and other persons having special knowledge of the subject of 
emigration, and for whose staff and administrative expenses it should pay. 

3. That grants in aid shovild be given to this Official Emigration Committee for 
distribution to such private societies by f&r capita grants in approved cases. 

o 2 



196 Royal Colonial Institute. 

Appended to the Report are the recommendations of three Sub-Committees on the 
subject of the Emigration of (a) Single Men and Families, (&) of Single Women, and(c) 
of Children. Further attention is being devoted to the question of Child Emigration. 

Freemasonry. 

28. The Council have granted permission for the name of the Institute to be used 
in connection with the formation of a Lodge of Freemasons, the Membership of which 
will be confined to Fellows of the Institute. The Lodge has been founded under the 
title of " The Royal Colonial Institute Lodge," and already has a Membership of 
59 Fellows representing all parts of the Empire. His Royal Highness the Duke of 
Connaught, the President of the Institute, has consented to become the First Master. 

Education Conference. 

29. The Institute was ofl&cially represented on the occasion of the Imperial 
Education Conference of 1911 by Dr. G. R. Parkin, C.M.G., a Member of the Council. 
Resolutions were passed which will, in the opinion of the Council, be of permanent 
benefit to the Co-ordination of Education throughout the Empire. 

Australasian Section. 

30. The Council has sanctioned the formation of an Australasian Section, which 
meets at the Institute on the first Thursday in each month, and which not only provides 
a centre where visitors from that part of the Empire can meet their fellow-coimtry- 
men, but enables those resident in the United Kingdom to keep in touch with matters 
of interest in Australasia. At each Meeting questions relating to Australasia are 
informally discussed. 

Festival of Empire. 

31. With a view to contributing towards the success of the Festival of Empire 
the Council granted the use of the Council Room of the Listitute for the Meetings of 
the Special Committees dealing with Canada, Australasia, and South Africa, and also 
gave special prominence to all notices regarding the Festival in the columns of United 
Empire as well as on the Notice Board in the Rooms of the Institute. A special 
exhibit, consisting of rare and curious Books and Maps lent by the Institute, was on 
view in the Australian Court. The Institute was represented on the Executive 
Committee by Lieut. -General Sir J. Bevan Edwards, K.C.M.G., C.B., and by Sir 
Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G. 

Honorary Corresponding Secretaries. 

32. The thanks of the Council are tendered to the Honorary Corresponding Secre- 
taries for the assistance they have gratuitously rendered in spreading a better know- 
ledge of the objects and scope of the Institute in their respective spheres of work. In 
order to make the work of the Institute better known in all parts of the Empire the 
number of Honorary Corresponding Secretaries has been considerably increased, with 
the result that representation has been secured in the leading cities of the Overseas 
Dominions and Colonies. A complete list of the Honorary Corresponding Secretaries 
appears in each issue of the Journal. It is contemplated during the ensuing year 



Report of the Council. 197 

to extend the system of Corresponding Secretaries to the provinces and centres of 
population in the United Kingdom. 

" United Empire." 

33. The monthly Journal, United Empire, disseminates information on Colonial 
and Imperial questions amongst the Fellows, and through them reaches a much 
wider audience. It has been enlarged and efforts to improve it are constantly being 
made. The new cover, improved paper, and increased number of illustrations and 
maps, are signs of an intention to give the Journal an attractive appearance. By 
arrangements now made it will be possible to invite more frequently the co-operation 
of well-known writers ; but this will not interfere with the supply of contributions 
from Overseas Fellows, whose personal knowledge and observation give a special 
quality to their letters and articles and help to render this Journal unique both 
in range of subject and in actuality of treatment. Under the skilled editorship of 
Mr. Archibald Colquhoun it has become one of the most efficient agencies for 
extending the influence of the Institute and expressing its views. 

Hours op Opening. 

34. In response to representations made to the Council, the Institute is now open 
at 9.30 A.M., instead of 10 a.m., daily, and will in future be closed at 10 p.m., instead 
of 8 p.m., except Sundays and Bank Hohdays. 

Year Book. 

35. The Council have decided to issue a Year Book, containing full information 
regarding the work and progress of the Institute ; a sketch of its history ; the 
constitution of the various special Committees ; an account of the Library and 
Newspaper Room ; the Annual Report and Statement of Accounts, and Lists of 
Fellows alphabetically and geographically arranged. The Year Book will be 
forwarded to every Fellow, both Resident and Non-Resident, as well as to the Lady 
Associates, 

Information Bureau. 

36. The special facilities which the Institute possesses for imparting information on 
subjects regarding the history, trade, government, &c., of all parts of the Empire 
are becoming widely known, with the result that a large number of inquiries are now 
received and dealt with. 

37. In congratulating the Fellows on the satisfactory condition of the Institute, 
the Council rely upon their co-operation and active support in furthering with 
increased vigour the cause of Imperial unity and fostering the growth of patriotic 
sentiment throughout His Majesty's dominions. 

J. Bevan Edwards, 

Chairman of Council. 

James R. Boose 
Secretary. 



198 



Royal Colonial Institute. 



STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS 
For the Year ending 



Subscriptions : — 
Arrears 
For current vear 



Paid in advance 

)j 

)> 
Entrance Fees 

Life Subscriptions 



Receipts. 



Resident 

Non-resident 

Associate 

Resident 

Non-resident 

Associate 

Resident 

Non-resident 

Resident 

Non-resident 



Annual Dinner, received in connection with 
Dinner to Earl Grey, „ ,, 

Conversazione, „ „ 

Journal 

Miscellaneous ... 
Donations to Building Fund 
Interest on Deposits ... 



Balance, 31st December, 1910 : — 

On Deposit at Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking 

Company 
At London County and Westminster Bank ... 
In hands of Secretary 



s. d. 



£157 


6 









2,695 


10 









2,075 


17 









69 












128 












175 


7 









18 












657 


9 









515 


11 









353 


3 









788 13 















7,633 16 











£678 


8 









332 


10 









146 


7 


6 


1,157 5 


6 














847 11 


9 






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82 6 


5 






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18 7 











15 12 







9,754 18 


8 


£3,000 












594 


7 


2 






7 


18 


7 


3,602 5 


9 



£13,357 4 5 



Report of the Council. 



199 



AND PAYMENTS 
December 31, 1911. 



Payments. 



Salaries, Pensions, and Wages 
Journal : — Printing, &c. ... 

Postage 

Editor and Contributors 



Printing, ordinary ... 
Postajje, ordinary ... 
Advertising Meetings 
Meetings, Expenses of 
Reporting Meetings 
Stationery ... 
Newspapers ... 
Library: — Books 

Binding, Ac. 

" Climate of Africa," Donation towards publication 
House, Charwomen, &c. ... 

Fuel, Light, Lift, &c 

Building : — Reconstruction 

„ New Furniture and Fittings 

Furniture Renewals and General Repairs 

Guests, Dinner Fund 

Rates and Taxes 

Insurance 

Telephone ... 

Annual Dinner 

Dinner to Earl Grey 

C onversazione 

Illuminations, H. M. Coronation... 

Clerical Assistance to the Hon. Treasurer 

Miscellaneous 

Subscriptions paid in error, refunded 



Balance, 31st December, 1911 : — 

At London County & Westminster Bank 
In hands of Secretary 









£ s. 


d. 








2,813 12 


5 


£985 


10 


10 






421 


2 


6 






305 








1,711 13 
175 8 
227 14 

43 1 
275 16 

42 
222 
143 14 


4 
1 

7 
3 

10 
6 


£191 


18 


7 






37 


12 


5 


229 11 











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25 











321 15 


8 








154 10 


5 


£1,428 


1 


8 






1,524 


8 


10 


2,952 10 


6 














816 18 


8 






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57 3 


3 








762 1 


7 








40 19 


3 








46 19 


10 


£689 


2 


6 






344 


13 


9 






315 


14 


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1,349 10 


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9 


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18 


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23 


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7 


739 19 


8 






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5 



January 1, 1912. 



M. F. OMMANNEY, 

Honorary Treasurer. 



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XIX.— REPORT OF THE FORTY-FOURTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. 

The Forty-fourth. Annual General Meeting of Fellows was held at the Whitehall 
Eooms, Hotel Metropole, on Tuesday, March 5, 1912. Lieut. -General Sir J. Bevan 
Edwards, K.C.M.G., C.B., Chairman of Council, presided. Amongst those present 
were the following : — 

Messrs. G. Adams, E. H. Banks, Major G. S. Beeching, Messrs. R. Bewley, Ralph S. Bond' 
Admiral Sir N. Bowden-Smith, K.C.B., Messrs. B. Brenan, C.M.G., F. W. Brunton, James 
Buckland, Allan Campbell, A. R. Canning, P. Clarke, Hon. Sir John A. Cockburn, M.D., 
K.C.M,G., Captain R. Muirhead CoUins, R.N., C.M.G., Messrs. Archibald R. Colquhoun, Ian D. 
Colvin, G. E. Cookson, Vaughan Cornish, E. P. Cotton, C. V. Creagh, C.M.G., H. W. Crees, 
J. E. Dawson, F. W. Dove, F. Dutton, H. F. Eaton, S. Edwards, W. Bowen Evans, 
W. Herbert Garrison, Henry Grant, Major-General Sir Henry Green, K.C.S.I., C.B., 
Right Hon. Earl Grey, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., Messrs. C. E. Hawes, T. H. Haynes, Right 
Hon. Sir Albert H. Hime, K.C.M.G., Mr. J. F. Hogan, Lt.-General Sir Edward Hutton, 
K.C.M.G., C.B., Messrs. Coleman P. Hyman, Gordon Inglis, Lt.-Colonel A. Weston Jarvis, 
C.M.G., M.V.O., Mr. Richard Jebb, Sir Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G., Colonel D. C. Lamb, 
Mr. R. Littlejohn, Sir Charles P. Lucas, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., Mr. H. J. Mackinder, M.P., Sir 
John McCaU, M.D., Hon. Mr. Justice Archer Martin, Hon. A. P. Matheson, Messrs. R. L. 
IVIicheU, C.M.G., Stuart MUIer, Colonel Dudley Mills, R.E., Messrs. A. Moor-Radford, Ben 
H. Morgan, J. M. P. Muirhead, J. Munford, G. I. Nicholls, R. D. Noble, J. J. Nunan, A. W. 
Oke, A. L. Pahologus, Dr. G. R. Parkin, C.M.G., Lt.-Colonel J. H. Patterson, D.S.O., Captain 
F. S. Piper, Mr. E. P. Rathbone, Colonel H. E. Rawson, C.B., Messrs. William C. Robb, 
Captain C. Slack, Messrs. J. D. SmaU, Gershom Stewart, M.P., Professor Anderson Stuart, 
Messrs. Ernest E. F. Tarte, S. E. Tench, C. Neumann Thomas, M. Thomson, A. Wyatt Tilby, 
E. H. TurnbuU, F. B. Vrooman, H. B. Warren, Alexander Watson, L. H. Webber, 
H. Wilkins, George Wilson, C.B., Sir Harry F. WUson, K.C.M.G., Sir Frederick Young, 
K.C.M.G., and Mr. J. R. Boose (Secretary). 

The notice convening the meeting having been read, the minutes of the last Annual 
General Meeting were read and approved. The Report and Statement of Accounts 
were taken as read. 

The Chairman : I regret to say that yesterday morning I had a letter from the 
Hon. Treasurer, Sir Montagu Ommanney, stating that, principally for family reasons, 
he felt obliged to resign the office which he had held for twenty-four years. 

As he is not able to attend here to-day, I will, in the first place, make a few remarks 
on the Statement of Receipts and Payments which has been presented to you in the 
Report of the Council. The year which ended on the 31st December 1911 is the first 
completed year that we have been in occupation of the new building, as we moved into 
it just before Christmas in 1910. We are now able to take stock of our position, and 
compare our expenses with those incurred in the old building which we had occupied 
for twenty-six years. The expenditure has, of course, considerably increased, not 
only on account of the extension of premises, but also on account of the additional 
work we have undertaken. Fortunately, the increase in the number of our Fellows 
has enabled us to meet the increased cost and still have a substantial balance in hand. 

For the purpose of comparing the expenditure last year with that incurred when we 
were in the old building, it is necessary to make a comparison with that of the year 
1909 instead of 1910, in which year we had to vacate the building for six months, 
during its reconstruction. Additional expenditure has been incurred in every item, 
but these additions are small, except in the three items, Salaries, Pensions and Wages, 
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202 Royal Colonial Institute. 

The increase in the first, viz. salaries, pensions and wages, is £557, chiefly owing 
to extra clerical assistance and an increase of the household staff. The cost of the 
Journal, after deducting £847 received for advertisements and sales, amounts to £865, 
as compared with £553 for 1909. This, however, is not a fair comparison. The 
Journal for 1911 is made up of twelve monthly numbers and has also been greatly 
enlarged, whereas the Journal for 1909 consists of only eight monthly numbers. The 
increase of rates and taxes, of £348, due to the enlarged building, speaks for itself. 
Altogether, the increases amount to £1,770 over that of 1909. Under the head of 
Receipts the amount from Fellows' subscriptions is £7,633 for the year 1911 against 
£5,421 for 1909, leaving a balance of £2,212 in favour of this year. Included in the 
£7,633 Fellows' subscriptions is the sum of £1,141 for compounding life subscriptions. 
It has hitherto been the custom to treat the amount received under this head as 
annual income. Up to 1906 this may have been justifiable, because the amount 
derived from this source was used in aid of the repayment of the £55,000 which was 
the cost of the site and the erection of the building in Northumberland Avenue. Now 
that the debt has been paid ofi, the amount received from compounded subscriptions 
will be placed to a reserve fund and invested, instead of being treated as annual 
income. To make a beginning, the Council have set aside £250 this year, and it is 
hoped that if our income continues to increase we may add considerably to this sum 
before the end of the year, and that, in future, it may be possible to place the whole 
of the money derived from this source to the credit of this fund. 

The Annual Report of the Council deals so fully with the work of the past year 
that I will only call your attention to a few of the subjects mentioned in it. In Para- 
graph 10, His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught is nominated for re-election as 
President. As His Royal Highness is now Governor-General of Canada the Council 
decided to create a new appointment — that of Vice-Patron of the Institute — which 
His Royal Highness has done us the honour to accept : the reason for this I will 
explain to you later on. Little has yet been done to carry out the important pro- 
posal to establish local centres mentioned in Paragraph 20, although it has been under 
the consideration of the Council for some considerable time. This is due to the 
impossibility of carrying out new work until our staff is increased. The present stafE 
is barely sufiicient to carry out the ordinary routine work of the Institute, much less 
to undertake the formation of Local Branches — an undertaking which will absorb 
the whole of one man's time. 

The aflSliation of the Empire Club of Canada with the Royal Colonial Institute, 
as described in Paragraph 23, which has been carried out during the past year, is a 
work of the greatest importance, as, through it, we shall be able to greatly increase 
the circulation of our Journal, free of cost to the Institute. 

Both the Empire Trade Committee and the Emigration Committee are con- 
tinuing to do good and useful work, the former under the Chairmanship of Mr. 
Ben H. Morgan, one of our Councillors, and the latter under one of our Vice-Presidents, 
the Duke of Marlborough. It may be mentioned that these Committees mark a 
new departure in our work — a work which may be gradually extended to other 
important Imperial subjects. 

Among other new departures is the formation of an Australian section of the 
Institute, the appointment of Honorary Corresponding Secretaries in the United 
Kingdom, and the issue of a Year Book to every Fellow of the Institute. This 
latter work has been compiled by the Secretary, and will be issued to the Fellows 
in the course of a few days. 



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Let me briefly put before you the history of the Institute. It was founded in 1868, 
with Lord Bury as its first President, and was supported by the leading statesmen 
of the day, of both political parties. Gradually it increased its membership, which, 
however, did not reach 1,000 till twelve years after its foundation. Lord Bury was 
succeeded as President, in 1871, by the Duke of Manchester, a position he held for 
seven years, when he was succeeded by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales as 
President in 1878, when the Duke of Manchester was appointed Chairman of the 
Council, which position he held till the day of his death in 1890. In 1882 a Royal 
Charter was granted, and during the following year the site for the Institute's building 
was acquired. In the year 1884 the building was completed and occupied. They 
were bold men on the Council at that time, and they had so great a confidence in the 
future of the Institute that they did not hesitate, with a membership of barely 2,000 
and an income of £3,600, to raise a sum of £30,020 for the purchase of the site and 
to expend nearly £25,000 on the erection of the building. It is interesting 
to recall the fact that no one advocated this course more strongly than Sir 
Frederick Young, who was at that time the Honorary Secretary and a member 
of the Council. The success of the undertaking is in a great measure due to him. 
The loan was repaid in June 1906, and the site and building are now the absolute 
property of the Fellows. 

From the time that the Duke of Manchester resigned the position of President to 
the present time, viz. thirty-four years, the Institute has never had a Working 
President, because the Prince of Wales, who succeeded the Duke of Manchester, could 
not, from the nature of his position, be expected to carry out the duties of that office. 
After the death of the Duke of Manchester in 1890, the Institute was carried on for 
nineteen years by the Council and its Secretary, without any assistance from either 
a President or Chairman of Council, with the result that it only added 771 members 
to its Fellowship in those nineteen years. In 1909 a Special General Meeting of the 
Fellows of the Institute was called, in response to a requisition of twenty-five of its 
Fellows, " to consider the revision of the constitution of the Institute, with special 
reference to making the Council more representative." The result of this meeting 
was to bring about what has been called the revival movement. If you look at the 
Table in Paragraph 7 of the Annual Report you will be able to see the result of this 
movement which, however, only began to be felt in the last quarter of 1909 ; there- 
fore the increase of members and income, up to the end of 1911, actually took place 
in a little over two years. The net increase in membership in this time has been 1,171. 
To arrive at the increase of income you must deduct from the income of £7,203 in 
1908 the rent received from the Admiralty, amounting to £1,425, which gives a net 
income for that year of £5,778. The difference between this and the income of £8,597 
for 1911 shows an increase of £2,819. This increase, in these twenty-seven months, of 
1,171 members and £2,819 in income, is actually greater than the increase which took 
place in the previous twenty-one years. 

I would ask you to consider for a moment the objects for which a Royal Charter 
was granted to the Institute : 

First : it was to estabhsh a place of meeting for its Fellows, with a library, 
museum, etc. 

Second : to promote the increase and diffusion of knowledge of the Empire. 

Third : the preservation of a permanent union between the Mother Country and 
the various parts of the Empire. 

The first of these objects has long been fulfilled by the building in Northumberland 



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Avenue. The second we are carrying out to the full extent of our resources, and we 
hope, as these resources continue to increase, we shall be able to do more in this 
direction. These two objects are, however, solely for the purpose of preparing the 
way for the accomplishment of the third object, laid down in our Charter, viz. " the 
preservation of the unity of the Empire " ; and it must never be forgotten that it was 
solely for this object that the Institute was called into existence. I wish to emphasise 
this as much as possible, as there seems to be a tendency on the part of some of our 
Fellows to consider that the first two objects which I have mentioned are the chief 
and only work before us. 

Among the Eoyal Societies which exist in this country, the Eoyal Colonial Institute 
is the only one which has a great poUtical object to accomplish. No one will deny 
that that object — the promotion of the closer union of the Empire — is the greatest 
poUtical question of the day. It is one far above all the party pohtics of the different 
parts of the Empire, and therefore it is one in which all British subjects can join in 
carrying out. 

Now as to what our poUcy should be in the immediate future. We must continue 
to strengthen and improve our organisation in every way : 

(a) To begin with, we require a working president to give us the benefit of his 
advice and assistance in the policy we should carry out. 

(6) We also require a working council. The Council consists of sixty-three 
Fellows, and includes a President, thirty-eight Vice-Presidents and twenty-four 
Councillors, aU elected by the Fellows. Six of the Vice-Presidents are non-resident 
and therefore unable to attend, and most of the others, and also the Councillors, are 
busy men and, of course, find it difiicult or impossible to attend the meetings regularly. 

(c) We must therefore throw more responsibility upon the different Committees, 
and perfect them in every possible way, because it is only through these Committees 
that the work of the Institute can be carried out. A good deal has lately been done 
to strengthen them by the appointment of Fellows outside the Council, who have a 
large experience of the work to be done by the Committee to which they are appointed. 
We have also adopted a system of permanent Chairmen to each of these Committees, 
and thereby rendered them much more efficient. 

It must be remembered that a Council, however eminent its members may be, 
do not initiate matters for discussion, or, as a rule, propose new departures. In its 
working it is essentially conservative, and therefore, if progress is to be made, any new 
movements tending to that end are much better worked out by small Committees 
who submit the result of their labours to the consideration of a Council. This creates 
a system of decentralisation which is so absolutely necessary for success, provided, 
of course, that it is subject to the general control of a central authority, which in this 
case would be the Council. 

{d) Every efiort must be made to increase our membership, and with it out income. 
After all it is the Fellows themselves who can do more in this matter than our Corre- 
sponding Secretaries or the Staff of the Institute ; and we take this opportunity of 
appealing to all of you here to-day, and also to every Fellow throughout the Empire, 
to assist us to increase our membership. If each one of you will resolve to use your 
utmost endeavour to propose only one Fellow for election during the year, we shall 
double our Fellows and our income, and do as much in this present year to advance 
the interests of the Institute as we have done during the whole of the forty-three years 
of its existence. 

(e) There is another and most important step which I think ought, if possible, 



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to be taken. In moving the adoption of the Report last year I called to your notice 
a proposal — originally made by Lord Grey when presiding at the annual dinner ten 
years ago — that we should associate with us all those who are unable to afiord so 
high a subscription as £2 a year, in addition to the entrance fee of £3, and by this 
means draw to our ranks the many thousands of Imperial men who, under present 
conditions, are unable to join us in our great work. This could be done by opening 
the new order of Associates to men as well as ladies, and on the same conditions. 

(/) Two years ago your attention was called to the unsuitability of our present 
title of " Colonial Institute," and it was suggested that " United Empire Institute " 
would express more clearly the aims and objects of the Institute. The Council have 
not, so far, been able to take any definite steps in the matter, but the question is of such 
importance that it ought to be decided with as little delay as possible. As it is, India, 
one of the most important parts of the Empire, is practically beyond the scope of our 
work, and where we ought and could have hundreds of Fellows we now only have 
forty-seven ! Nor does the title appeal to the Dominions, nor to the great majority 
of the British race scattered throughout the world, such as those in the Argentine 
Republic — where we already have forty-three Fellows — and other foreign countries. 

It would appear that the Institute has reached a critical period of its history, and 
it is for you now to decide our future poHcy — whether we are to be content with the 
success which has lately attended our efiorts, and merely continue to increase our 
Fellowship — ^possibly at the rate of a few hundreds annually — or whether we should 
take a bold step forward and carry out the policy I have outlined, and, while still 
continuing to increase our numbers by every means in our power, we should make 
an effort to carry out the suggestion of Lord Grey, and draw to our ranks the 
many thousands of men throughout the Empire, and especially those in the United 
Kingdom, who are in sympathy with our cause. Should you decide upon this latter 
course the Institute ought to become a great political power, well fitted to fulfil 
the mission for which it was estabHshed, 

If this, then, is your wish and desire we must, through the agency of our Local 
Centres and by every other means we can bring to our assistance, push our propa- 
ganda into every part of the United Kingdom, until we obtain an influence so great 
that the question of the preservation of the unity of the Empire will become the 
leading problem of the day. We know that it is here, in the heart of the Empire, 
that the subject has not yet been brought home to the people, but notwithstanding 
the apathy which is so apparent the signs of the times are hopeful. We Imow that 
the self-governing Dominions are ready to meet any advance of the Mother Country 
in this direction, and we also know that last year no less than 280 Members of Par- 
liament, embracing all shades of party politics, showed their sympathy with our 
cause by iirging the Prime Minister to bring the subject of the closer constitutional 
union of the Empire before the late Imperial Conference. Surely, then, all this should 
be an incentive to us to go forward in the realisation of our great ideal — the Unity 
of the Empire, 

I have to-day received the following letter from Sir Charles Bruce : 

Arnot Tower, Leslie, Fife. 

March 4, 1912. 

Deab Sir Bevan Edwabds, — I much regret to be unable to attend the Annual Meeting 

of the Institute to be held to-morrow. While I have read with great satisfaction the Report 

of the Council I cannot help thinking that the success of the recent scheme of reorganisation 

suggests that the time has come for further development. The return of Earl Grey 



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from Canada has naturally reminded us of his appeal to the Institute ten years ago at 
the Annual Dinner of 1902. He expressed his desire to see the operative classes of 
the Empire drawn into association with the Institute, and contributing their share 
towards the realisation of its inspiring ideals. He suggested that, whereas the 
Institute had at that time an income of about £7,000 and a Fellowship of about 
4,000 members, a new order of association, with a small subscription, might result 
in an income of £70,000 and a membership ninning into hundreds of thousands. 
The Annual Report indicates the method by which Earl Grey's proposal may be carried 
out. The action taken by the Fellows of the Institute in South Africa is leading 
to the establishment of Local Centres, to be organised by our Corresponding Secretaries, 
and kept in touch with the Parent Institute. All that has to be done, is to encourage 
our Corresponding Secretaries throughout the Empire to organise Local Centres or 
Branches, on conditions of association, in respect of subscriptions and other matters, 
adapted to local circumstances. The movement would be strengthened by the forma- 
tion of branches similarly organised within the United Kingdom. 

With the renewed expression of my regret that I cannot be present with you 
to-morrow. 

Believe me, 

Yours sincerely, 

(Signed) Chas. Betjce. 

Professor Anderson Stuart (Sydney) : Coining back to London at long intervals, 
as unfortunately I am only able to do, I am enabled to measure the progress of the 
Institute in a way which would, perhaps, hardly be open to people who live nearer 
the heart of the Empire ; and, coming after an absence of eight years, I can sincerely 
congratulate the Institute upon the very manifest progress which has been made 
in every department. The increased membership is, of course, extremely gratifying : 
it shows that a working Chairman is a very good thing — that he is a kind of motive 
force — a man who drives things along. And if we can always secure such men as our 
present Chairman I feel sure the Institute will go on at an increased rate of progress. 
One of the objects of the Institute that has been mentioned, namely, the preservation 
of the unity of the Empire, appeals to me far more strongly, perhaps, than its other 
objects do. To Australia the question of a permanency of the union of the various 
parts of the Empire is really a serious matter. It is for that reason I have taken a 
deep interest in the matter of immigration into Australia, and emigration from the 
United Kangdom. The Institute has an Emigration Committee to whose labours we 
undoubtedly owe a great deal, but from which we have to expect a great deal more ; 
for when you think that Australia is a great continent which is almost unpeopled 
(in the northern half quite), when you think that there are 330,000,000 acres and only a 
few million white people, you will agree that thing is ridiculous. There are, of course, 
bad patches in Australia as anywhere else, but there are enormous tracts of fertile 
lands well fitted to be the home of a working white race. At the same time, all around 
the fringe of Australia we are surrounded by people of colour, who, if it were not for 
the British Navy, would very soon invade Australia. Emigration is not an easy 
matter. It is not so much the difficulty of getting the men, because the British 
Islands still have a surplus of 400,000 emigrants per annum. The difficulty at the 
moment is getting the ships to carry them. I received only a day or two ago advices 
from Sydney, stating that a private donor there has given £6,000 to bring out 1,000 
medically fit men between the ages of twenty and forty-five to work in Australia. 
He has stipulated that they shall land before the 30th June, Enquiry has been made of 
the shipping companies in London, and they tell the British Immigration League, of 



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which I am President, that they cannot carry the men ; but that if we could get our 
donor to postpone the date to the 31st August they might be able to manage it. He 
has consented to postpone it to the 31st July, but I hope we shall be able to get him 
to agree to the 31st August. The Committee of the Institute might help us very 
much by predisposing the shipping people to co-operate in the matter. I will read 
just one extract from a leader in the Sydney Morning Herald respecting this ofier : 

It reveals very clearly, for one thing, that the frequent statement as to the need 
of men for the work to be done in all directions here, is no empty assertion. If 
private enterprise is so anxious for 1,000 men as to be prepared to assist their passages 
to Sydney, private enterprise wants them pretty badly. ... As to the need of the 
men here, it goes without saying. The proposal itself is eloquent in that regard. 
The demand for labour is an insistent and an increasing cry. The available shipping 
accommodation is already crowded by British immigrants to Australia, and thousands 
who are clamouring for a home in this country cannot be shipped. 

You may say, why introduce this matter so markedly ? For this reason : unless 
AustraUa be made strong, AustraUa is a weakness to the Empire, for the Empire 
stands pledged to protect AustraUa. We have now universal service there. I beg 
leave to say I hope we will have it here very soon. It is, I think, a credit to the 
Party now in power that the present Federal Government has been most assiduous, 
Minister after Minister, in bringing universal military service into being. I have seen 
it in operation. My own sons are carrying their muskets to-day, and being trained to 
arms. It is only when Australia, with its comparatively small number of people, 
has its manhood so trained that you can feel at all safe. I beg to second the motion 
for the adoption of the Report and Statement of Accounts. 

Sir Frederick Young, K.C.M.G. : I desire to make one or two observations on 
the admirable address which the Chairman has just dehvered. There is one point to 
which I would specially draw attention, and which I hope will be carried out thoroughly 
in the way he suggests : it is with regard to the future policy of the Institute — 
poUcy in many respects, no doubt, entailing more effort and expense, but which is 
absolutely necessary, in my opinion, in order to give full efficiency to the great 
work in which we are engaged. This is the conclusion of the forty-third year of the 
Institute's existence, and I am, as you know, one of the original members ; and I may 
be allowed to say that the inspiration which, from the first, I felt with regard to the 
Institute was that we should pursue the poHcy which year by year, and bit by bit 
we have been able to carry out with such efficiency and success. I was Honorary 
Secretary for twelve years, during which time I was a great deal younger than I am 
now, and full of enthusiasm for the cause ; and I was able to persuade my colleagues 
to go on in that direction, with the result we now see. I therefore wish to emphasise 
what the Chairman has said : namely, that you must undertake (what we always 
intended to undertake) the great things that are before us. 

Mr. F. B. Vrooman, B.Sc. (Oxon.), Ph.D. (British Columbia) : I am a rather new- 
comer not only in the Institute, but in the Empire ; and if I say a serious word to you, 
and seem somewhat officious, I hope you will remember that I have got to make up 
for some lost time. There are some advantages and some disadvantages in a distant 
view. Over yonder, on the Pacific Coast, we cannot see the details of the situation 
as plainly as you can ; but, on the other hand, there may be some compensation in 
the matter of perspective, and I think I am able to see some things pretty clearly with 
regard to your situation here. I have no hesitation in saying, here and now, that, 
looked at from that point of view, there is no movement in the British Empire to-day 



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whicli is more important or more promising than that of this Institute. I have been 
much impressed by the words of my fellow-member from AustraUa, because in every 
sense of the word our situation out yonder is exactly what is his in the Southern Sea ; 
it is part of the new great Pacific Question, and I hope there will be those of us who 
will be able, somehow, and somewhere, to call your attention to the seriousness of 
the situation that confronts Australia and British Columbia on the New Pacific to-day. 
The Chairman has outlined some plans for the future, and those plans are large enough 
and strong enough for any work you may have in hand. One of the first is the 
educational propaganda. That is the forerunner of organisation always. I have been 
wondering whether there cannot be some means of getting your Journal more before 
the outside world. I have no hesitation in saying that that Journal is the most useful 
magazine in the Empire to-day. It seems a great waste of opportunity that this 
splendid compendium of Imperial thought and ideals is put into the hands merely 
of the 5,500 members of the Institute who believe every word of the Journal already. 
We have read of One who came into the world to bring not the righteous, but sinners 
to repentance — and some steps ought to be taken to put the Journal into the hands 
of hundreds and thousands of people in the Empire and prepare their minds on the 
subject. I do not know that I can do better than read to you the interesting words 
which fell from one than whom there has been no wiser or kindher statesman in our 
country of Canada. Speaking at the annual dinner of the Institute in 1902, Earl 
Grey said : — 

I hope I may be permitted to make the suggestion that you would be adding to your 
strength and to the power of carrying out your ideals if you woiild extend your 
membership to those who are unable to afford so high a subscription as £2 a year 
in addition to the entrance fee of £3. . . . I am not proposing you should extend 
the Club privileges of the Institute to those who pay a smaller subscription than 
is at present contributed by your Fellows ; but I do say that it would be "wise to 
harness to your chariot the big heart and collective strength of the operative classes of the 
Empire, and, by offering to aU terms of membership which shall be within the reach of the 
poorest wage-earner, to enable every imperial-minded artisan to enrol himself as an 
Associate of the Colonial Institute, and thus contribute his share towards the realisation 
of your inspiring ideals ... I should like you to be able to say to them " enrol 
yourselves in the Army of the Empire as members of the Colonial Institute. . . ." 
The Institute has now an income of about £7,000, and a fellowship of over 4,000. Add a 
new order of Associates to your organisation, and, if you display sufficient recruiting energy, 
you will have an income of £70,000 or more, and the membership running into hundreds 
of thousands. Is it too much to hope that £100,000 might be raised by the Colonial Institute 
every year to increase the civilising power of the British Empire ? 

This was ten years ago, recollect. 

In my opinion these words ought to be the slogan of the Institute. I am not myself 
an optimist ; there is an element of fataUsm in optimism which I much distrust, because 
it leads us to lean too much on false securities. It is the philosophy of life which 
locks the stable door after the horse is stolen, or (to adopt a more present illustration) 
which walls up your windows after the sufiragettes have gone by. I am an optimistic 
pessimist, but I have hope large enough to believe that there are hmidreds of thousands 
of good enough men in this Empire to become members of the Institute and take part 
in its work. It is something which must be done. The time has come for us to face 
the situation. The world is full of dissension and strife and anarchy. It is time for 
those who love law and order to get together and organise their forces ; and I do not 
know who is able to do that if this Institute will not. The suggestion of Lord Grey with 



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respect to bringing in the wage-earners of the Empire is peculiarly interesting to me, 
because I believe that every ideal of Imperialism should be devoid of any class-feeling 
or class-distinction. I believe there are a great many of the wage-earners of Great 
Britain — and not only in this country, but abroad — who are thorough good patriots and 
Imperialists at heart. It seems to me the time has come to organise these forces and 
to bring them in. There is no man in the Empire who more than the wage-earner ought 
to be an Imperialist, because the status of Western labour — indeed, the continued exis- 
tence of Western industry upon the earth — depends, in my opinion, upon the integrity 
and force of this Empire to protect it. It is because of these considerations I should 
like to suggest that we, in our part of the world, will support heartily in every way we 
can any attempt to establish centres in the different counties or provinces, with sub- 
sidiary organisations in the capitals, perhaps, of all the nations within the Empire, and 
with strong councils and efficient working secretaries to organise the work. I should 
like to see the work of this Institute go on in that kind of way, spithesising and getting 
together all the Imperial sentiment and ideals and forces of the Empire. 

The Chairman : What I said to-day was prepared long before I knew that Earl 
Grey would be present with us. It seems a sort of dispensation of Piovidence that 
he should have come at this time, and the omen I am sure is a good one. 

Earl Grey, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. : I have no hesitation whatever in saying 
this is by far and away the best annual meeting of the Institute I have ever attended. 
It has been a real treat to me to come back and find this note of vigour and confidence 
and resolution to do something which appears to animate this meeting. I congratulate 
you on having secured so good a working Chairman, whose speech I heard with delight. 
It sketched out a bold and vigorous programme, and encouraged us all to believe 
that the Council under his guidance is prepared to make good every hope he encouraged 
us to entertain. I congratulate the Institute also on the vigorous and youthful 
presence of Sir Frederick Yoimg. Here he is as young as ever, although he was at 
the meetings of the Institute more than forty years ago, and I hope he may be here 
seven years hence when we celebrate the jubilee. I have to thank you for the great 
compliment you paid me in enteitaining me at the magnificent banquet on my return 
from Canada. No greater reward could be given to any mortal man than was given 
to me on that occasion. I congratulate you on the Report, on the extension of the 
Library, the increase of Fellows, the growth of income, and the resolve to establish 
provincial branches ; to have lectures on trade matters with the object of diffusing 
the knowledge of theEmpirein every part of the Kingdom, and to provide opportunities 
for the increase of inter-imperial trade. All this is good, but I think the time has 
come when the Institute should focus its attention not on the people of Great Britain, 
but on the people of Greater Britain. 

It is very pleasant to be re-echoed by British Columbia : Mr. Vrooman quoted a 
speech made by me some ten years ago. I hold that faith just as ardently to-day — 
if not more ardently, now that I have had greater experience of the requirements of 
Greater Britain. How are you to increase the work of the Institute across the seas ? 
I certainly agree that you will have to alter your name. The Colonial Institute is not 
a good name, if you wish to increase your membership in our Overseas Dominions. 
I do not think I have ever once, during the seven years I was in Canada, referred to 
Canada as a Colony, or to Canadians as Colonials. That day has gone past ; and if 
you wish the Institute to be a Uving factor — as I hope it may be in the home of every 
family in our self-governing Dominions — you have got to change your name, and sub- 
stitute some other term for " Colonial." Whether you call the Institute the United 

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Empire Institute or simply tlie British Institute, or the Imperial Institute remains 
to be settled. Another tiling you have to do is to bring your publications — especially 
the admirable Journal of the Institute — within the reach of the operative classes of this 
country and beyond the seas. Why not have members — ordinary members — whom 
you would admit to the right of receiving your publications at a price which would 
cover the cost of printing and postage ? I beUeve that if the Council carry out the 
pohcy indicated to-day, and you introduce members with no other rights but that 
of receiving your Journal, instead of having a fellowship of 5,500, you would have a 
membership very soon of half a miUion ! I heard a laugh when I referred to the 
possibiUty of this Institute ever being called the Imperial Institute. I suppose that 
meant you did not want to be in any way associated with the Institution at Kensington. 
Well, they are doing the same work as you are, and when the University of London, 
in pursuance of the recommendation of the Royal Commission, leaves that building, 
I hope you will be able to see a more vigorous policy, on exactly the same Unes as 
your own, from the building erected out of money subscribed by the self-governing 
Dominions in memory of the late Queen. I again congratulate you on the admirable 
work the Institute is doing, and on the bold pohcy put before you to-day ; and I feel 
quite confident, from what I have seen in Canada, that if you can institute a member- 
ship with a subscription just large enough to cover printing and postage expenses 
for your pubhcations, you will be able to associate with this historic Institute 
a membership which will add to the strength of the Empire. 

Attention was called to the procedure connected with ad interim appointments 
to the Council by the Hon. A. P. Matheson. 

Captain Charles Slack emphasised Mr. Vrooman's remarks on the subject of the 
Journal. The Institute was thoroughly identified "with the Journal, and every penny 
that they could afiord would be wisely spent upon it. If we only had the advantages 
of the Canadian magazine post to other parts of the Empire, the benefit to the Institute 
would be very great indeed. He would hke to see the Journal enlarged with majts 
and other illustrations, and he further suggested that, as was done by the Royal 
Geographical Society, when a lecture was delivered on any particular part of the 
Empire, each member of the audience should be furnished with a small map of the 
country in question. 

Hon. Mr. Justice Archer Martin (British Columbia) entirely agreed that the 
present name of the Institute was a bar and a stumbling-block, and could not appeal 
to the people of the Empire generally. The title " Colonial " was at the present day 
absolutely out of place. A valuable precedent was set by the Imperial Conference, 
which formerly called itself the " Colonial " Conference. 

Dr. G. R. Parkin, C.M.G. : The Royal Colonial Institute has a history of forty- 
three years. Its name has got wonderfully worked into the affections of great numbers 
of people. It was used in perfect good faith in the early days. It meant a great deal, 
and people have grown up with the feeling that the Institute did represent the Colonies 
better than any other Institution in this country. Now we are going through a great 
national revolution. The Great Dominions have taken their place in the Imperial 
system, and people naturally do not feel the word " Colony " applies in the same 
way as formerly. But those who speak in this way must remember this Institute does 
represent a large number of communities which are Colonies stUl and can scarcely 
be ever anything else. We have discussed this matter in the Council, and tried to 
look at it from every side. I think the prevailing feeling is that we should scarcely 
take such a step, as that suggested, without consulting old Fellows of the Institute, and 



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pointing out the reasons for the change — that we ought not, in fact, to make any sudden 
change of name without consulting those who have a right to be consulted in such 
a matter. I believe myself, thoroughly, we should improve our position if we fixed 
upon the name " United Empire," or something of that kind. But on the other 
hand, there is no need to do this in a great hurry ; and I am inclined to feel we should 
have a sort of referendum of Fellows in all parts of the world, coupled with a little 
statement concerning the changed condition and as to how we hope to make the 
Institute more effective. I think such a step would be advisable, and then nobody 
would be offended. On another subject, let me say that the progress made in the 
last two years has been quite phenomenal in our history. It has become evident 
that we centralise in this Institute a great national movement in every part of the 
world, and that we are best fitted to do that. But at the same time the Institute 
has got to be more progressive, aggressive, and energetic than in the past. There 
is the greatest need for the bold, strong, vigorous policy outlined for the future. We 
have had a career in the past, but I have no doubt we have a larger career in the 
future. I do not suppose this nation was ever in a more critical state than now. 
It looks very much as if we were closing one era and opening another. I do not believe 
any democratic change which is going on in this country, although a matter for anxiety, 
affects in the least degree the question of the unity of the Empire. It is a profoundly 
searching question whether these vast democracies — using their will in the way demo- 
cracies do : now obstinately for their own purposes, selfishly sometimes, generously 
sometimes — are going to be able to wield the affairs of a great Empire as they have 
been wielded in the past by a more aristocratic or a more centralised organisation. 
But, whatever comes, this Institute has got to meet the circumstances of the nation 
and the people who belong to it. We have to " educate our masters " up to the position, 
and for that reason there was never a period when this Institute ought to make a 
more aggressive attempt to teach the real necessities of the Empire. The question 
is how we are going to reach those great masses who seem to be the controlling power 
outside. The necessity becomes greater, and that is the reason why we should do 
all we possibly can in this Institute by keeping up our Journal, for instance (effective 
as it has been made under Mr. Colquhoun's care), and in other ways, such as have 
been indicated to-day. Therefore, let this meeting be one of those inspiring days, 
when we all resolve we will try our best to improve the work of the Institute and 
to think out new plans, and I am sure, as a member of the Council, that any member 
who comes with suggestions or ideas, or anything which will improve or strengthen 
the Institute, wlU find a ready welcome from the Chairman and the Council. 

Colonel H. E. Rawson, C.B., said he wished to express his gratitude to the Council, 
which he believed was shared by many of the Fellows, and he knew was felt by a large 
number of the general public, for their efforts on behalf of emigration. The subject 
was one of imperial interest, and it was of the highest importance that it should be 
brought prominently to the notice of our Dominions and Colonies by a body possessing 
their confidence. The Institute had no axe to grind in this matter. It was known 
to be working for the advantage of the Empire, and many of those who would have to 
consider any scheme that might be drawn up for furthering emigration within the 
Empire were already Fellows of the Institute. It was impossible to view the existing 
social state of our country with satisfaction. An excess of a million females over 
males, the standing lack of employment with all the misery that this entails, and the 
fact that 33,000 orphan, deserted, and adopted children are in the hands of the Poor 
Law Guardians of the country, are not matters to be lightly passed over and allowed 

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to settle themselves. To an ever-increasing majority emigration presents one of the 
means of bettering the state of afiairs, and it was a great inspiration on the part of 
the Council to bring together in conference the whole of the societies engaged in emi- 
gration, and then to form a standing committee to whose proposals the Institute could 
lend the weight of its authority. Colonel Eawson considered that to the Council was 
due a hearty vote of thanks for its action in this matter, and he wished them every 
success. 

The Eeport was adopted. 

Mr. Frederick Button moved the following alteration in Eule 43 : — 

That the following words commencing on line 4 of Rule 43 be deleted : — " For the 
following year but shall not hold such office for more than two consecutive years." 

Rule 43 at present reads : — 

The President, when present, presides at all Meetings of the CouncU and of 
the FeUows. The Council shall annually elect a Chairman of the Council, 
who shaU hold office for one year, and shall be eligible for re-election 
for the following year, but shall not hold such office for more than two 
consecutive years, and shall preside in the absence of the President. In 
the absence of the President, and of the Chairman of Council, one of the 
Vice-Presidents, or one of the Members of the Council, shall supply the 
place of the President or Chairman of Council. 

It had been said that what the Institute wanted was a working Chairman. They 
had one at the present moment in the person of Sir J. Bevan Edwards, and the Council 
were anxious to keep him. In the old days they had a permanent but not a working 
Chairman, and that not answering very satisfactorily, the Council for many years went 
on the basis of having a different member to preside at each of its meetings. It was 
obviously impossible under these circumstances to have a working Chairman, and in 
times of emergency the Secretary was placed in a difficult position in having no one 
with whom he could consult. It was partly owing to that circumstance, perhaps, 
that the administration of the Institute came to require a little wakiiig up, and 
some three years ago they were wakened up ; and one of the results was the adoption 
of a new set of rules. Under Rule 43 the Council elected annually a Chairman, Sir 
Bevan Edwards being the first. He was the representative of the Coimcil in the 
mquiries before the Committee that brought about the new arrangements, and was 
brimful of knowledge in the matter of initiating further directions for enterprise. So 
satisfactory did the Council find the procedure under his chairmanship that they 
unanimously elected him a second time. Then came the trouble under Rule 43, and 
£0 the members were asked last year to suspend the operation of the rule so that he 
might be re-elected. The Council were very desirous that he should continue in office. 
In his address he had indicated ideas which were his ovm and which were what one 
expected from a working Chairman. A working Chairman was constantly in attendance 
at the Institute, thinking of methods in which the work could be improved, and bring- 
ing before the Council a variety of matters, so that he was a very important member 
indeed of the administrative body. The Coimcil could, of course, have asked the 
meeting to accept a suspension of the rule as they did last year, but the matter had 
been discussed and he for one entertained a very strong objection to that procedure. 
Indeed, he had doubts as to whether that was a legal way of dealing with the matter. 
He wished to take this opportunity of expressmg his personal admiration of the energy 
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the Institute had derived the greatest possible advantage. It was the feeling of the' 
Council, and he hoped of the Fellows also, that he should continue to carry on the good 
work which was now really only at its beginning. If the time should come when the 
present Chairman felt it necessary to resign the Council had a very efficient under- 
study in the person of Sir Godfrey Lagden, who, he felt confident, would discharge 
the duties with ability and zeal. 

Sir Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G., seconded the motion. 

Hon. A. P. Matheson, who explained that he was discussing the matter simply as 
one of pohcy and not from any personal point of view, reminded the meeting that these 
rules were adopted after much consideration only three years ago, and the Committee 
who considered them came to the conclusion that one of the most essential things was 
that there should not be the same stereotyping of membership of the Council as there 
had been in the past. It was, therefore, settled that one-eighth of the Council should 
retire and should not be ehgible for re-election, and also that the Chairman should hold 
office for one year, but be eligible for two, the latter limit being a sine qua non. In his 
opinion every member of the Council should feel that he was in a position to look 
forward to holding the office in rotation. For these and other reasons he most strongly 
deprecated the proposed alteration. 

Hon. Sir John Cockburn, K.C.M.G., urged that, as the Fellows had taken steps to 
provide themselves with a vigorous Council, the Council could be trusted to take steps 
to provide themselves with a vigorous Chairman. 

Mr. A. Moor-Radford reminded the meeting that during a critical state of affairs. 
Sir J. Bevan Edwards had carried the ship vigorously onwards. In his opinion to 
make any change now in the man at the helm, contrary to the wishes of the Council, 
would be suicidal. 

Mr. Ian D. Colvin suggested, as a possible way out of the difficulty, that five 
years should be made the hmit. 

Mr. R. Bewley was quite ready to admit that they were under the greatest 
obHgations to the Chairman, but that, he considered, was not a valid reason for 
altering a carefully considered rule. 

After further discussion : — 

The Chairman said he was one of the small Committee who drew up the Rules 
and spent a good deal of time upon them, but he did not hesitate to say from an 
experience of three years that they required amendment. The position of Chairman 
was one which, for one thing, took up a good deal of time. This year, when the question 
was again raised, he said he certainly could not continue in the office unless the rule 
was altered. Whether he went on or not he considered the rule a bad one. He 
reminded the meeting that he had not yet been re-elected. He was entirely in the 
hands of the Coimcil. He strongly recommended the meeting to alter the rule. It 
took a man three years' sohd work to get to the bottom of matters, and he found they 
were really only at the beginning of much of the work they ought to take up. 

The motion was carried by a large majority. 

The appointment of Messrs. Price, Waterhouse & Co., as auditors of the accounts 
for 1911, was confirmed and they were appointed auditors for the year 1912. 

Lieut.-General Sir Edward T. H. Hutton, K.C.M.G., C.B., moved a vote of 
th?nks to the Hon. Treasurer and Hon. Corresponding Secretaries for their services 
during the past year. The Hon. Treasurer, for reasons of health and otherwise, had 
resigned the position he had held for twenty-four years, and he was sure the Institute 



214 Royal Colonial Institute. 

would heartily thank him for his services. There were now about one hundred Hon. 
Corresponding Secretaries in all parts of the Empire. It was on these gentlemen and 
the duties they voluntarily performed that they rehed largely for developing and 
increasing, not only the membership of the Institute, but above all, the great principles 
upon which the Institute was based. 

The motion was agreed to. 

On the motion of Mr. J. M. P. Muiehead a vote of thanks was given to the 
Council, and to the Chairman for presiding. 



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XX.— LIST OF PAPERS READ BEFORE THE INSTITUTE 
SINCE NOVEMBER 1909. 

Allardyce, Hon. W. L. The Falkland Islands. March 22, 1910. 

Alld RIDGE, T. J. Sierra Leone and its Commercial Expansion. March 21, 1911. 

Amery, L. S., M.P. Some Practical Steps towards an Imperial Constitution. June 14, 1910. 

Australia — 

Tasmania, its Resources and Future. By Hon. Sir John McCall. Nov. 16, 1909. 
The Finances of Western Australia. By Hon. Sir Newton J. Moore. April 26, 1911. 
The Past, Present, and Future of Australia. By Right Hon. Sir George Reid. 

May 8, 1911. 
The Finances of Tasmania. By Hon. Sir Elliott Lewis. May 9, 1911. 
Some Impressions of Australia. By Right Hon. the Earl op Dudley. Jan. 9, 1912. 
See also Papua. 

BiCKERTON, Prof. A. W. The Romance of the Heavens. Dec. 2, 1910. 

Birds op Our Colonies and their Protection. By James Buckland. Dec. 20, 1910, 

Boyd, Charles. The New Day in Rhodesia. April 11, 1911. 

Bright, Charles. Imperial Telegraphs. April 25, 1911. 

British Columbia. See Canada. 

British Imperialism — 

Signs of Imperial Solidarity. By Hon. Sir John Cockburn. Nov. 2, 1909. 
Influence of Imperial Responsibility on Educational Reform. By Rev. H. B. Gray. 

March 8, 1910. 
The New Empire. By Sir Gilbert Parker, M.P. April 12, 1910. 
Some Practical Steps towards an Imperial Constitution. By L. S. Amery, M.P. June 14, 

1910. 
The Imperial Problem. By The Duke op Marlborough. Nov. 8, 1910. 
The Necessities for an Imperial Parliament. By Lieut. -General Sir J. Be van 

Edwards. Dec. 12, 1910. 
A Higher and Truer Imperialism. By Right Hon. Sib Joseph Ward. June 13, 1911. 
True Imperialism. By Dr. G. R. Parkin. Nov. 14, 1911. 
See also Imperial Defence, 

Buckland, James. The Birds of our Colonies and their Protection. Dec. 20, 1910. 

Burma. See India. 



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Canada — 

Canadian Fruit Industry. By W. A. IVIackinnon. Dec/ 7. 1909. 
French-Canadian Life and Character. By Miss Edith M. Smaill. Jan. 18, 1910. 
Industrial Development of Canada. By Ellis T. Powell. Feb. 14, 1911. 
Resources and Finances of British Columbia. By Hon. Richakd McBeide. July 10, 

1911. 
The Province of Quebec, and its Resources. By Db. J. C. Pelletier. Dec. 20, 1911, 

Ceylon, the Malay States, and Java, compared as Plantation and Residential 
Colonies. By John Ferguson. Nov. 29, 1910. 

Christian, F. W. Raratonga and the Eastern Pacific. Dec. 14, 1909. 

CooKBURN, Hon. Sir John. Signs of Imperial Solidarity. Nov. 2, 1909. 

Cooper, J. Astley. Recent Developments in West Africa. May 24, 1910. 

Dudley, Right Hon. Earl of. Some Impressions of Australia. Jan. 9, 1912. 

Edwards, Lieut. -General Sir J. Bevan.. The Necessity for an Imperial Parliament. 
Dec. 12, 1910. 

Egypt and Sudan — 

Khartoum and the Sudan. By IVIajor E. A. Stanton. Feb. 15, 1910. 

Emigration. The Imperial Emigrant. By Arthur Hawkes. Jan. 17, 1912. 

Empire Trade Relations. By Ben H. Morgan. March 14, 1911. 

Falkland Islands. By Hon. W. L. Allardyce. March 22, 1910. 

Ferguson, John. Ceylon, the Malay States, and Java compared as Plantation and Resi- 
dential Colonies. Nov. 29, 1910. 

Gaunt, Mrs. Mary. British and German Influence in West Africa. Nov. 28, 1911. 

Gray, Rev. H. B. Influence of Imperial Responsibilities on Educational Reform. Mar. 8, 
1910. 

Hawkes, Arthur. The Imperial Emigrant. Jan. 17, 1912. 

Hxttohinson, Right Hon. Sir Walter Hely-. The South African Outlook. Feb. 8, 1910. 

Imperial Defence — 

Thoughts on Imperial Defence. By Prof. Spenser Wilkinson. Jim« 7, 1910. 

Imperial Telegraphs. By Charles Bright. April 25, 1911. 

India — 

Burma, The Cinderella. By Sir J. George Scott. Dec. 19, 1911. 

Influence of Imperial Responsibilities in Educational Reform. By Rev. 
H. B. Gray. March 8, 1910. 



List of Papers Read before the Institute. 217 

Irrigation inr its Relation to Agrioulture and Colonisation. By C. W. Peterson. 
Jan. 11, 1910. 

Jenkins, Hon. J. G. Papua and the Papuans. Jan. 24, 1911. 

Lewis, Hon. Sir Elliott. The Finances of Tasmania. May 9, 1911. 

McBride, Hon. Richard. Resources and Finances of British Columbia. July 10, 1911, 

McCall, Hon. Sir John. Tasmania, its Resources and Future. Nov. 16, 1909. 

MACKINNON, W. A. Canadian Fruit Industry. Dec. 7, 1909. 

Magtjire, Dr. T. Miller. The New Pacific. Jan. 23, 1912. 

Marlborough, The Duke of. The Imperial Problem. Nov. 8, 1910. 

Moore, Hon. Sir Newton J. The Finances of Western Australia. April 26, 1911. 

Morgan, Ben H. Empire Trade Relations. March 14, 1911. 

Morris, Sir Daniel. The Imperial Department of Agriculture in the West Indies. Jan, 
10, 1911. 

New Hebrides. See Pacific Islands. 

New Zealand — 

The Origins of the New Zealand Nation. By Guy H. Scholefield. Feb. 21, 1911. 
The Outlying Islands of New Zealand. By Right Hon. Lord Plunket. Dec. 5, 1911. 

New Pacific. By Dr. T. Miller Maquire. Jan. 23, 1912. 

Pacific Islands — 

Rarotonga and the Eastern Pacific. By F. W. Christian. Dec. 14, 1909. 

The New Hebrides. By Capt. E. G. Rason. April 19, 1910. 

The Outlying Islands of New Zealand. By Right Hon. Lord Plunket. Dec. 5, 1911, 

See also Papua. 

Papua and the Papuans. By Hon. J. G. Jenkins. Jan. 24, 1911. 

Parker, Sir Gilbert, M.P. The New Empire. April 12, 1910. 

Parkin, Dr. G. R. True Imperialism. Nov. 14, 1911. 

Pelletier, Dr. J. P. The Province of Quebec and its Resources. Dec. 20, 1911. 

Peterson, C. W. Irrigation in its relation to Agriculture and Colonisation. Jan. 11,1910. 

Plunket, Right Hon. Lord. The Outlying Islands of New Zealand. Dec. 6, 1911. 

Powell, Ellis T. Industrial Development of Canada. Feb. 14, 1911. 

Quebec. See Canada. 

Rarotonga. See Pacific Islands. 

Rason, Capt. E. G. The New Hebrides. April 19, 1910. 

Reid, Right Hon. Sir George. The Past, Present, and Future of Australia. May 8, 1911. 

Rhodesia. See South Africa. 



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Romance of the Heavens. By Prof. A. W. Bickerton. Dec. 2, 1910. 

ScHOLEFiELD, GuY H. The Origins of the New Zealand Nation. Feb. 21, 1911. 

Scott, Sir J. George. Burma, the Cinderella. Dec. 19, 1911. 

Sierra Leone. See West Africa. 

R mattt. , Miss Edith M. French-Canadian Life and Character. Jan. 18, 1910. 

South Africa — 

The South African Outlook. By Right Hon. Sir Walter Hely-Hxttchinson. Feb. 8, 

1910. 
The New Day in Rhodesia. By Charles Boyd. April 11, 1911. 

Stanton, Major E. A. Khartoum and the Sudan. Feb. 15, 1910. 

Tasmania. See Australia. 

Ward, Right Hon. Sir Joseph. A Higher and Truer Imperialism. June 13, 1911. 

West Africa — 

Recent Developments in West Africa. By J. Astley Cooper. May 24, 1910. 
Sierra Leone and its Commercial Expansion. By T. J. Alldridge. March 21, 1911. 
British and German Lifluence in West Africa. By Mrs. Mary Gaxhstt. Nov. 28, 1911. 

West Indies — 

The Imperial Department of Agriculture in the West Indies. By Sir Daniel Morris. 
Jan. 10, 1911. 

Wilkinson, Peof. Spenser. Thoughts on Imperial Defence. June 7, 1910. 

Papers read at Luncheons. 
Moore, Hon. Sir Newton J. The Finances of Western AustraUa. April 26, 1911. 
Lewis, Hon. Sir Elliott. The Finances of Tasmania. May 9, 1911. 
McBride, Hon. Richard. Resources and Finances of British Columbia. July 10, 1911. 
Pelletier, Dr. J. P. The Province of Quebec and its Resources. Dec. 20, 1911. 

A complete index of Papers read before the Institute since 1868 is contained in volume 40 of 
the " Proceedings." 



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XXI.-HONORARY CORRESPONDING SECRETARIES. 



United Kingdom : — 

W. H. Allen, Esq., Bedford. 
W. Harvey Brown, Esq., York. 
Oapt. G. Crossfield, Warrington. 
Councillor Herbert Shaw, Newcasti.e- 

on-Tyne. 
F. H. Soden, Esq., Brighton. 
Dr. a. E. Wynter, Bristol. 

Dominion o£ Canada : — 

R. B. Bennett, Esq., K.C, M.P., 

Calgary. 
Hon. Colin H. Campbell, K.C, Winnipeg. 
A. R. Creelman, Esq., K.C, Montreal. 
Hon. D. M. Eberts, K.C, M.L.A., 

Victoria, British Columbia. 
R. FitzRandolph, Esq., Fredeeicton, 

New Brunswick. 
Sir Sandford Fleming, K.C.M.G., 

Ottawa. 
W. Lawson Grant, Esq., Kingston. 
Ernest B. C Hanington, Esq., M.D., 

Victoria, British Columbia. 
Reginald V. Harris, Esq., Halifax, 

Nova Scotia. 
Lieut.-Col. E. a. C Hosmer, Virden, 

Manitoba. 
Major Herbert D. Hulme, Vancouver, 

British Columbia. 
John A. McDougall, Esq., M.L.A., 

Edmonton. 
Lieut.-Col. S. W. Ray, Port Arthur, 

Ontario. 

F. M. SCLANDERS, EsQ., SaSKATOON. 

John T. Small, Esq., K.C, Toronto. 
Colonel A. J. Wilkes, K.C, Brantfoed, 

Ontario. 
H. L. Webster, Esq., Whitby, Ontario. 

Commonwealth of Australia : — 

F. W. Croaker, Esq., Brewaerina, New 
South Wales. 

W. L. Docker, Esq., Sydney, New 
South Wales. 

Hon. George F. Eaep, M.L.C, New- 
castle, New South Wales. 

J. E. Palmee, Esq., Cootamundea, New 
South Wales. 



Edwaed a. Petherick, Esq., Melbourne* 
Victoria. 

S. N. Rodda, Esq., Mungana, Queens- 
land. 

Hon. W. F. Taylor, M.L.C, M.D., 
Brisbane, Queensland. 

William McRae, Esq., Towns ville, 
Queensland. 

J. Edwin Thomas, Esq., Adelaide, South 
Australia. 

D'Arcy W. Addison, Esq., Hobart, Tas- 
mania. 

B. H. Darbyshire, Esq., Perth, Western 
Australia. 

Frank Biddles, Esq., Feemantle, 
Western Australia. 

R. Fleming Jones, Esq., M.D., Samarai, 
Papua. 

Union of South Africa : — 
Cape of Good Hope : Haeey Gibson, Esq., 
Capetown. 
John Pooley, Esq., J.P., Kimbeeley. 
David Rees, Esq., J.P., East London. 
Major Frederick A. Saunders, F.R.C.S., 

Grahamstown. 
F. Walsh, Esq., B.A., J.P., Carnarvon. 
The Ven. Archdeacon A. T. Wirgman, 
D.D., D.CL., Port Elizabeth. 
Natal : V. C Palmer, Esq., Durban. 
Alexander Baynes, Esq., Pietermaritz- 

BURG. 

E. W. Noyce, Esq., Boscobello. 
Orange Free State : C. P. Beck, Esq., 

Bloemfontein. 
Teansvaal : F. C Stueeock, Esq., Jo- 
hannesburg. 
S. A. CossER, Esq., Pretoria. 

Argentine : Wm. Warden, Esq., Buenos Aires. 

Bechuanaland Protectorate : W. H. W. 
Murphy, Esq., Gabebones. 

Bahamas: Hon. Sir James H. Young, 
M.E.C, Nassau. 

Barbados : E. G. Sinckler, Esq. 

Bermuda : Hon. Henry Lockwaed, Hamil- 
ton. 

Borneo : G. C Irving, Esq., Sandakan. 



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British East Africa : Alexander Davis, Esq., , Newfoundland : Hon. Robert Watson, M.E.C, 



Nairobi. 
Major E. H. M. Liggett, D.S.O., 
Mombasa. 

British Guiana : J. J. Nttnan, Esq., George- 
town. 

British Honduras : H. Denbigh Phillips, Esq., 
Belize. 

Burma : Captain W. Stuart. 

Ceylon : J. Ferguson, Esq., C.M.G., Colombo. 

Cyprus : J. R. Holmes, Esq., Nicosia. 

Egypt: Ralph C. Crafton, Esq., Ramleh 
Alexandria. 
H. Boyd-Cabpenter, Esq., M.A. Cairo. 

Falkland Islands : H.E., W. L. Allardyce, 
Esq., C.M.G. 

Federated Malay States : Hon. E. L. Brock- 
man, C.M.G., Kuala Lumpor. 
Wm. Lance Coulay, Esq., Ipoh. 
James Scott Mason, Esq., Kelantan. 

Fiji : George Fox, Esq., M.R.C.S.E., Suva. 

Gambia : Lieut.-Col. Hon. C. R. M. O'Brien 
C.M.G., Bathubst. 

Gibraltar : W. J. Sallust-S>iith, Esq. 

Gold Coast Colony : Hon. Arthur Hudson, 
K.C., Accra. 

Captain Cecil H. Armitage, C.M.G.. 
D.S.O., Tamale, Northern Territory. 



Hong Kong : 
M.L.C. 



Hon. H. E. Pollock, K.C, 



India: E. Vivian Gabriel, C.V.O., C.S.L, 
Calcutta. 
George H. Ormebod, Esq., M.Inst.C.E., 
Lumding, Assam. 

Jamaica : Frank Cundall, Esq., Kingston. 

Malay States : James Scott Mason, Esq. 
Kelantan. 

Malta : Lieut.-Col. Hon. N. Grech Bian- 
OARDi, C.V.O., C.M.G. 

Mauritius : George Dickson, Esq., Port 
Louis. 



St. John's. 
Now Zealand : James Allen, Esq., M.P., 

DUNEDIN. 

Alexander H. Turnbull, Esq., Welling- 
ton. 
Hon. Sir Charles C. Bowen, M.L.C, 

MiDDLETON, ChRISTCHURCH. 

Hon. Olh'er Samuel, M.L.C, New 

Plymouth. 
Basil Seth-Smith, Esq., Fendalton, 

Christchurch. 
DoGLAS McLean. Esq., Napier. 
H. G. Seth-Smith, Esq., Auckland. 
H. H. Wall, Esq., J.P., Gisbornb. 
Felix McGuire, Esq., Hamera. 

Nigeria, Northern : F. Bisset Archer, Esq., 

ZUNGERU. 

Nigeria, Southern : Hon. Mr. Justice J. 
Winkfield, Calabar. 
C. V. Bellamy, Esq., M.Inst.C.E., Lagos. 



Nyasaland : A. M. 
Blantyre. 



D. Turnbull, Esq., 



Rhodesia : James B. Little, Esq., Selukwe. 
Thomas Stewart, Esq., M.B., CM., 

Salisbury. 
W. D. Copley, Esq., Bulawayo. 
C D. Fleming, Esq., J.P., Gwelo. 

Seychelles: H.E., W. E. DA^^DSON, Esq., 
C.M.G. 

Sierra Leone : R. M. Fobde, Esq., L.R.C.P., 
L.R.C.S., Freetown. 

Straits Settlements : 

G. J. Altman, Esq., L4Buan. 

H.E., Sir Arthur H. Young, K.C.M.G., 

Singapore. 

Trinidad: Professor P. Carmody, F.LC, 
F.C.S., Port of Spain. 

liganda Protectorate : George D. Smith, EbQ., 
C.M.G., Ent^ibbe. 

Windward Islands : 
His Honour Chief Justice P. M. C Sheriff, 

St. Lucia. 
Hon. D. S. De Freitas, M.L.C, Grenada. 

Zanzibar : A. R. Galbraith, Esq. 



Telegraphic Address : " Recital, London.*. 
Telephone No. 5537, " Gerrard " (two linos). 



Advertisiments. 



XXXI 



THE GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LTD. 

KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD AS THK 



O.E.C. 



MANUFACTURERS AND SUPPLIERS OF EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL, including 

Complete Central Station Equipment, Electrical Plant of every description, 
Motors, Dynamos, Switchboards, Switchgear, Measuring Instruments, 
" Witton-Kramer " Portable Electric Tools, Drills, Electro-Magnets, &c. 
Engineering Supplies, Electric Lighting Supplies, Fixtures and Glassware, 
Gsram Lamps, Robertson Lamps, Arc Lamps and Accessories, Carbons, 
Cables, Conduit, Wiring Outfits, Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus, 
Bells and Signalling Apparatus, Batteries, Heating and Cooking Apparatus, 
Electro Medical Apparatus, Electric Clocks, Electric Fans, Transformers, 
Advertising Signs, Illumination Devices, &c., &c., 

the whole of tvhich are the various productions of the following — 



WORKS: 



"llClitton" ENGINEERING WORKS 
BIRMINGHAM CARBON WORKS 
STEEL CONDUIT WORKS 

PEEL WORKS 

ILEENE WORKS 

SALFORD INSTRUMENT WORKS 
ROBERTSON LAMP WORKS ... 

OSRAM LAMP WORKS 

UNION STREET WORKS 



Witton, near BIRMINGHAM. 
Witton, r-ir BIRMIN(;HAM. 
Witton, Hear BIRMINGHAM. 
Adelpbi, Salford, MANCHESTER. 
Wheeley's Lane, BIRMINGHAM. 
North George Street, SALFORD. 
Brook Green, Hammersmitli, LONDON. 
Brnk Green, Hammersmith, LONDON. 
Union Street, LONDON, S.E. 



HEAD OFFICE: 

67 Queen Victoria Street, LONDON, E.G. 

Telephone: No. 3600 London Wall (HO lines). Telegrams: "Electricity, London," 

Cablegrams ; "Polyphase," London, 



CENTRAL STORES ... 
OSRAM STORES 



STORES: 

... " IHaitton " Works, near BIRMINGHAM. 
... Union Street, LONDON, S.E. 



Head Despatch Dept.; Queenhitbe: Upper Thames Street, ) T-A-wnrvNT w n 
Export Dept. : 27/28 Little Trinity Lane, J ^"^•L'^J^. ^•^>- 



HOME BRANCHES: 

Victoria Bridge MANCHESTER. Womanby Street 

Eleotricity Buildings, Church Alley, LrvERPOOL. 30 Gallowgate ... 

5B Snig Hill, SHEFFIELD. 13 Trinity Street 

71 Waterloo Street GLASGOW. 13 Queen Street 

42 High Street BIRMINGHAM. 



CARDIFF. 

NEWOASTLE-ON-TYNE. 

DUBLIN. 

BELFAST. 



Represented in the COLONIES, etc., by the following- 



AFRICA: 

THE BRITISH GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LTD., 

Corner of Waterkant and Chiappini Streets, 

CAPE TOWN, 
THE BRITISH GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LTD., 

Corner of Loveday and Anderson Streets, 

JOHANNESBURG. 

AMERICA: 

FACTORY PRODUCTS, LTD., Nicholls Building, 

TORONTO (Canada). 
BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION, 

LTD., Bridgetown, BARBADOS. 



AUSTRALIA: 

BRITISH GENERAL ELECTRIC 00., LTD., ~^ 
257 Clarence Street, SYDNEY (N.S.W.). 

BRITISH GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LTD., 
174 William Street, MELBOURNE (Victoria). 

BRITISH GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LTD., Young's 
Buildings, Edward Street, BRISBANE (Queens- 
land). 

BRITISH GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LTD., 
8 Harbour Street, WELLINGTON (N.Z.). 

GENERAL ELECTRIC EN6. CO., 

203 to 207 Murray Street, PERTH (W.A.). 

GENERAL ELECTRIC ENG. CO., KALGOORLIE. 



ASIA: 

THE GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. (CHINA), LTD., 7 Jlnkee Road, SHANGHAI. 
THE GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. (CHINA), LTD.. 16 Des Vceux Road, HONG KONG. 
THE GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. (INDIA), LTD., Managing Agents : 

Octavius Steel & Co., 14 Old Court House Street, CALCUTTA. 

BULLOCH BROS. & CO., RANGOON (Burmah). 



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Advertisements. 



THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 

Capital Authorised, $25,000,000 (£5,136,986). 
Capital Paid up, $11,697,275 (£2,403,550). Reserve Fund, $9,757,820 (£2,005,031). 

(Mov. 30, 1911.) (.Nov. 30, 1911 ) 

HEAD OFFICE - - TORONTO. 



Sir EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L.. President. 
ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manager. JOHN AIRD. Asst. General Manager. 

300 Branches throughout the DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Also in New York. Portland (Ore.), San Francisco, Seattle, U.S.A., and Mexico City, Mexico- 

The Oanftrtian Bauk of Commerce buys and se Is Sterling ami Currency Dralts and Telegrap dc I'lausfers on Canada, 
the United States aud the Republic of Mexico, issues Co mercial and Travellers' Letters of Credit, and Travellers' 
Cheques payable in all part-; of the World ; coUec s Drafts Coupons, &c., an i conducts a General Banking Business 
with all points in Oa ada, the United States and M'exico. S e lal Banking facilities afforded Settle s and others /oing 
out to the Western Provinces. LONDON OFFICE : 2 Lombard St., E.C. H. V. F. JONES, Manager. 



THE CIVIL SERVICE BANK, LIMITED, 

8 an'1 10 CHARING CROSS ROAD, W.C. 

Telephone No. : 1946 Gerrard. Telegraphic Address : '• L^snABLE," London. 



J. A. EDMOND, Esq. 



DIRECTORS : 

H. E. NEWTON, Esq. T. RUTTLEDGE, Esq. 



J. T. SOUTHGATE, Esq. 



Current Accounts may be opened at any time by paying in a small sum. 
No charge is made for keeping Accounts where a minimum balance of £10 is maintained, and Interest 
at 2 per cent, per annum is allowed on balances of £25 and upwards. Facilities afforded to Customers 
residing at a distance. 

Amounts of £5 and upwards received on Deposit Account and Interest allowed as follows : — 
Withdrawable at Six Months' Notice ... ... ... 3^ per cent. 

)) )) ihree „ ,, ... ... ... o „ 

„ ,, One Month's „ ... ... ... 2^ „ 

A Savings BanK Department nat- been added, full particulars of which may be had upon application. 
Purchase and Sale of Stocks and Shares negotiated upon usual Bankers' terms, and Banking Business 
of every description transacted. For full particulars appl y to H . S. COOPER, Manager. 

Bank Hours : 10 to 5.30 ; Satordays, 10 to 1. 

The NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTH AFRICA, Ltd. 

(LNCORPOEIATED D.' THK TRANSVAAL.; 

Banker! to the Qoternment in the Trantvaal. Bankers to the Government in the Orange Free State. 

Subscribed and Paid-up Capital £1,100,000. With power to increase to £4,000,000. 

Reserve Fund, £120,000. E. C. REYNOLDS, General Manager. Head Office: PRETORIA. 

The Bank is prepared to grant drafts and letters of credit, to make telegraphic remittances, to buy and collect bills 
and to undertake every description of banking business in connection with South Africa. Current accounts opened and 
deposits received on terms which may be ascertained on application. 
Circus Place, London Wall, E.C. D. CUNNINGHAM, Acting Manager. 



THE WEST OF SCOTLAND AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, 

6 BLYTHSWOOD SQUARE, QLASQOW. 

FARM AMD DAIRY SCHOOL AT KILMARNOOK. 

Students prepared for all Examinations in Agriculture and Dairying, and for work in the Colonies. 

Prospectus free on application to the Secretary. 



PARIS 



SEASICKNESS 

RADICALIJV CURE.D bv'D-FLAS5CHGEN'5 MD.P 

DELPHININE 

The on /V Seasickness Preventive and Cure 



^^ 4ySai 9/.P©5tFrec 

LOIiOOIf ' Haymark9t . PiccadiHy .Stntnd «OPEN ALL Ni6HT- 



Advertisements. xxxiii 



STANDARD BANK OF SOUTH AFRICA, 

LIMITED. ^ 

Bankers to the Government of the Union of South Africa In Gape Province ; to the 
Imperial Government in South Africa ; and to the Administration of Rhudesia. 

Head Office-10 CLEMENTS LANE, LOMBARD ST., LONDON, E.G. 

Hamburg Agency : 27 ALSTERDAMM. New York Agency : 55 WALL STREET. 

OVER 190 BRANCHES AND AGENCIES IN SOUTH AFRICA. 



Subscribed Capital £6,194,100. 

Paid-up Capital £1,548,525. 

Reserve Fund £1,960,000. 



ffioar^ of ©ircctors. 



Wm. REIER30N Abbuthnot, Junr., Esq. 
Edwaiid Banbury, Esq. 

Sir David Miller Barbour, K.C.S.I., K.O.M.G. 
Robert E. Dickinson, Esq. 



Hon. Sir Oharlks W. Fremantle, K.O.B. 
Rt. Hon. Sir W. F. Hely-Hutchin'son, P.O., G.O.M.Q. 
Horace Peel, Esq. ■' 

Right Hon. Lord Wblby, G.O.B. •■ 



EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BANKING BUSINESS transacted with the Cape Province, Natal, Orange Free State, 
Transvaal, Rhodesia, Nyasaland, British East Africa, Portuguese East Africa, and with the Bank's Agencies in 
Hamburg, New YorK and elsewhere. 

CURRENT ACCOUNTS are opened on the usual terms. 

DEPOSITS RECEIVED for fixed periods at rates which may be ascertained on application. 

BILLS NEGOTIATED and COLLECTED. MAIL and TELEGRAPHIC REMITTANCES made. 

LETTERS OF CREDIT and DRAFTS granted on the Branches and Agencies of the Bank. 

THE BANKS CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT are ayailable all over the World. 

COMMERCIAL LETTERS OF CREDIT issued. 

PURCHASE and SALE of stocks and Shares effected. 

DIVIDENDS, ANNUITIES, ETC., received. 

EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE Business undertaken. 

The Officers of the Bank are bound not to disclose the Transactions of any of its Customers. 

WILLIAM SMART, Londtn Manager. 

AFRICAN BANKING CORPORATION, LIMITED. 

Head Office :-63 LONDON WALL, E.C. 



Paid-up Capital - £400,000. 
Reserve - - 160,000. 



Authorised Capital - £2,000,000. 
Subscribed Capital - 800,000. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

James Dalison Alexander, Chairman. Egbert Littlejohn, Deputy Chairman, 

Stanley Christopherson. Sir Sigmund Neumann, Bart. George William Thomson, J. P. 

Sir Godfrey Ybatman Lagdbn, K C.M.G. William Jambs Thompson. 

3Tanager—3. M. WALLACE. 

Branches in South Afrioa : Aberdeen, Bloemfontein, Boksburg, Bulawayo, Burghersdorp, 
Calvinia, Cape Town, Cape Town (Long Street), Durban, East London, Gatooma, Gcrmiston, 
GraafE Reinet, Grahamstown, Johannesburg, Johannesburg (President Street), Kimberley, King 
William's Town, Koffiyfontein, Kokstad, Malmesbury, Molteno, Montagu, Moorreesburg, Mossel 
Bay, Oudtshoorn, Paarl, Paarl (Sub Branch), Pietermaritzburg, Piquetburg, Port Elizabeth, 
Pretoria, Queenstown, Salisbury, Shamva, Umtata, Worcester, and Wynberg. 

General Manager in South Africa — CHARLES LIPP. 

Agency in America — Agency in Germany — 

NEW YORK, 74 WALL STREET. HAMBURG GLOBUSHOF. 

Every kind of approved Banking business is transacted at tke Head Office and Branches. 
Current Accounts are opened, Drafts issued, Bills and Securities collected, the Sale and Purchase 
of Stocks, Shares, &c., undertaken, and Securities and Valuables received for Safe Custody. 
Deposits for fixed periods or at notice are received on terms and rates to be ascertained on 
application. Every officer of the Bank is pledged to secrecy as to the business afiEairs of the 
Bank and its customers. 



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Advertisements. 



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BENJAMIN EDGINGTON'S 

SPECIALITY: 

THE DOUBLE ROOF RIDGE TENT S"o? ^H^Ai^^i'^'' 

Fitted with VERANDAH, BATHROOM, &c. 

As used by Sir H. M. Stanley, Sir H. H. Johnston, and other eminent explorers, and 
supplied to H.M. Government for East, West, Central, and South Africa, Straits 

Settlements, &e. 



A2oR^/s's^^''°".^^— 2 DUKE STREET, LONDON BRIDGE, S.E. 

COMPLETE EQUIPMENTS FOR 

EXP LORERS & TRA VELLERS. 

IMPROVED PATENT WATERTIGHT BOXES. 



Tropical Clothing, Khai<i, Cabin Truni<s, Deck Chairs. 

COLONIAL FLAGS. 

WRITE FOR BENJAMIN EBGINGTON'S FLAG CALENDAR, 

Showing the Badges used by the Dominions 
and all British Colonies and Dependencies. ONE SHILLING post free. 



S. W. SILVER & Co, and BENJAMIN EDGIN6T0N,Ltd. 

2 DUKE ST., LONDON BRIDGE, S.E., 
and 67 CORNHILL, E.C., LONDON. 



Advertisements. xxxv 



PALL MALL DEPOSIT & 
FORWARDING CO., Ltd. 

HEAD OFFICES: 

Carlton Street, Regent Street, London, S.W. 

FURNITURE DEPOSITORIES : 

Barlby Road, North Kensington. 



BAGGAGE WAREHOUSES, two minutes' walk from 

Piccadilly Circus. Baggage accessible at any 
time without notice. 

COLD STORAGE for Furs, Trophies, etc. 

SAFE DEPOSIT for Valuables. Separate Safes from 
21s. per annum. 

SHIPPING, FORWARDING, INSURANCE, AND 
PASSENGER AGENTS. 

EXPORT PACKERS. 

FURNITURE REMOVED AND STORED . 

BAGGAGE delivered and placed on outward steamers, 
and incoming steamers met and baggage cleared 
and delivered. 

Special attention given to the requirements of visitors 
to this country, or to traveUers going abroad. 

FuH particulars post free. 



HEAD OFFICES: 

PALL MALL DEPOSIT & FORWARDING CO, 

LTD., 

Carlton Street, Regent Street, London, S.W. 



xxxvx 



Advertisements. 



DR. BARNARDO'S HOMES 

TRAIN BOYS AND GIRLS 




75,462 CHILDREN HAVE PASSED THROUGH THE 

RESCUE DOORS. 
9,000 BOYS AND GIRLS ALWAYS IN THE HOMES. 
300 BOYS IN TRAINING FOR THE NAVY. 
23,622 EMIGRATED TO THE COLONIES. 98 PER 

CENT. ARE SUCCESSFUL. 

HELP ALWAYS NEEDED. 

President — The Duke of Sombeset. 
Honorary Director— WILLIAM Baker, Esq., M.A., LL.B. 
Honorary Treasurer— HOWARD Williams, Esq. 
General Secretary. —Claude Wright. 

*% Cheques payable " Dr. Baraardo's Homes." 

Head Offices : 18 to 26 STEPNEY CAUSEWAY, LONDON, E. 



B.O.LY.B. 



fioYAL Colonial Institute 

YEAR BOOK 



1913 




ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE 
Northumberland Avenue, London, W.C. 

Contents page iv 

Index to Illustrations .... » 3c 

Index to Advertisements ... „ xii 

For conditions of Fellowship, see pages 13,14 and Ti . 

Price to Non- Fellows, 2/6 



ii Advertisements. 



Telephotw: 609 Holborn. 

EDE, SON & RAVENSCROFT 

FOUNDED IN THE REIGN OF WILLIAM AND MARY, 1689. 

COLONIAL AND ^ CIVIL TAILORS 

ROBE MAKERS TO H.M. THE KING. 

DIPLOMATIC UNIFORMS, LEVEE SUITS, 

CONSULS' UNIFORMS FOR ALL COUNTRIES. 

KNIGHTS' MANTLES & RIBBONS, PEERS' ROBES. 
STATE, LEGAL, UNIVERSITY and MUNICIPAL ROBES. 



THE FIRM HAS BEEN THE RECOGNISED AUTHORITY ON 
COURT DRESS AND ROBES FOR 200 YEARS. 



93 & 94 CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, W.C. 

Premier Code. Cablegrams:— " Eaglehawk." 



BELL'S 

GOLD MEDAL 
VESTAS 




PATENT \ ^^^ SJ-Bov^^' 
SAFETY ^^^^ONDOM, ENGLAND. 

MATCHES MATCHES 



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Ill 




■ V Advei'tisements. 

CONTENTS. 

PAGE 

Preface 1 

Council of 1913-14 3 

II. Introduction 5 

III. Historical Sketch 7 

IV. Royal Charter and Rules 9 

V. The Institute Building 26 

VI. Privileges of Fellows and Associates .27 

VII. Publications 28 

VIII. Meetings 29 

]X. The Library 30 

X. The Newspaper-Room 32 

XI. List of Newspapers and Magazines 33 

XII. Gold Medal for Scientific iNiuiRY 46 

XIII. Prizes for Essays 47 

XIV. Local Committees and Local Branches 48 

XV. Illustrated Empire Lectures 50 

XVI. Empire Trade and Industry Committer ....... 52 

XVII. City Luncheons 54 

XVIII. Annual Dinner and Conversazione . . . . . . .64 

XIX. Standing Emigration Committee . .55 

XX. Lodge of Freemasons 56 

XXI. List of Fellows 59 

,, „ Associates 204 

XXII. Report of the Forty-Fifth Annual General Meeting .... 286 

XXIII. Statistics of the British Empire 312 

XXIV. Honorary Cori!?:spondixg Secretaries , . 321 

JOHN EDQINQTON & CO., Ltd. 

The World-known MANUFACTURERS of Tents and Camp Equipment, have opened 
.^^ NEW SHOW ROOMS in the most central 

^.'•iATJ^ '^^'^'^^^V^^^ ^^^ conveniently accessible part of London. 

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7-ir^? ~ - Tents, Camp Furniture, &c., can be seen 

Erected and all Articles on show. 

SARDINIA HOUSE, KINGSWAY, W.C C'ffi^tts"e'°"). 

Withiu two miuutts of Briti?>i ^ruseum (Tube) Station, irolborn (Tube) Station, or Strand (Tube) Station ; 

four minuter from Temple St^ition (District Railway). 
Telephone— Hoiborii 734. Telegrams— " ABRI, LONDON." 




Advertisements. 



Keeps you hale and hearty 






^Westphalian 



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Grand Prix.Gold Medals, etc. 



TheHousE OF Lords 

and the 

House OF Commons 



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KONIG'S WESTPHALIAN GIN is as different 
and superior to other gins as milk is to water. 



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by a 15th century process. 

Highly recommended by all doctors against Kidney, Bladder, and 
Stomach troubles, and especially for Cholera, Malaria and Typhus. 

Simply delicious with Water, Minerals, Milk, Tea or Coffee. 
It blends perfectly 1 Try it ! ! ! 

150,000,000 Drinks sold yearly. 

The secret why Konigr's Westphalian Gin cannot be 
successfully imitated lies in the famous natural 
spring water of Steinhagen in beautiful Westphalia. 

Keep a supply always handy. Your merchant CAW supply 
you. Accept no substitute, but insist upon Konig's — 

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As supplied to all principal Royalties. 



f^ONlG'SWestphalianl 

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The " Sporting Life" says : " Konig's Westphalian Gin is a good doctor at need, and should be 
taken by all sufferers front diseases of the stomach and kidneys, who will receive great benefit." 



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Advertisements. 



Northumberland Avenue, London, W.C. 

FOUNDED 1868. INCORPO RATE D BY ROYAL CHARTER 1882. 

Patron-HIS MAJESTY THH KING. 

DtCe=lPatron -Field-Marshal H.R.H. The DUKE of CONNAUGHT, 

K.G.. G.C.M.G. 

preslDent— EARL, grey, g.c.b., g.c.m.g., g.c.y.o. 

Cbalrman-Lieut.-General Sir J. Bevan Edwards, K.C.B., K.C.M.O. 

S>eputB Gbairman— Sir Godfrei Lagden, k.c.m.q. 
lt)icc*pre6lDent8. 



H.R.H. Prince Christian. E.G., G.C.V.O. 

Duke of Argyll, K.G., K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 

Duke of Devonshire, G.C.V.O. 

Duke of Marlborough, K.G. 

Tbe Marquess of Crewe, K.G. 

The Marquess of Lincolnshire, K.G., G.C.M.G. 

Earl of Aberdeen, K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 

Earl Brassey, G.C.B. 

Earl op Dunraven, K.P., C.M.G. 

Earl of Elgin, K.G., G.C.S.T., G.C.I.E. 

Earl of Jersey, G.C.B. , G.C.M.G. 

Earl of Minto, K.G., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E. 

Field-Marshal Earl Roberts, V.C, K.G., O.M., 

G.C.M.G. 
Earl of Rosebery, K.G., K.T. 
Earl of Selborne, K.G., G.C.M.G. 
Viscount Milner, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. 
Admiral Lord Charles Beresford, G.C.V.O., 

G.C.B., M.P. 
Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G.C.M.G., 

G.C.V.O. (High Commissioner for Canada). 
Lord Sydenham, G.C S.I., G C.M.G., G.C.I.E 
The Bight Hon. B. L. Borden, K.C, M.P., LL.D. 

(Prime Minister of the Dominion of Canada). 
The Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, M.P. 

CouncUlore. 



Right Hon. Sir Samuel W. Griffith, G.C.M.G 
(Chief Jusfcioe, Commonwealth of Australia). 

Rt. Hon. Sir George Taubman Goldie, K. C.M.G. 

The Right Hon. Lewis Harcourt, M.P. (Secre- 
tary of State for tlie Colonies). 

Right Hon. Sir Albert H. Hime, K.C.M.G. 

Right Hon. Sir L. S. Jameson, Bart., C.B., M.D. 

Right Hon. Sir George Reid, G.C.M.G. (High 
Commissioner for the Commonwealth oi 
Australia). 

Bight Hon. Sir Cecil Clementi Smith, G.C.M.G. 

Right Hon. Sir Joseph G. Ward, Bart., K.C.M.G. 

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. 



GREAT PRODUCTIVE OPPORTUNITIES. 



VARIETY OF INDUSTRIES. 

MINERAL, PASTORAL, AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL AND 

TIMBER RESOURCES. 

SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS to DAIRY FARMERS and FRUIT-GROWERS. 



The great State of Western Australia, comprising nearly a million square miles of country, 
offers at the present time excellent opportunities to investors and to agriculturists, especially 
in dairy farming and fruit-growing. The progress in a great variety of industries during 
recent years has been remarkable, and the work of development has so far penetrated but a 
little way beyond the fringe of the possibilities. The present season, bright as it is to the 
settler with the assurance of a bountiful harvest and a heavy wool crop, is but a foretaste 
of the things which yet shall be when the full area of land adaptable for wheat-growing is 
brought under cultivation, when the rich timber lands of the South, barely touched yet for 
cultivation, are more widely cleared and brought under the plough and the spade. At present 
the Government are concentratmg on the settlement of the South- West, and are pajdng 
especial attention to the development of dairying and fruit-growing. But a number of other 
industries are successfully carried on, and are rapidly expanding. In the wide areas east 
of the Darling Range wheat-growing, combined with sheep farming and mixed farming 
generally, is now conducted with excellent results, the yield of wheat having risen from 956,886 
bushels in the season ended February 1902, to an estimate of 9,000,000 bushels for 1912-13. 
In the same division, but more to the west and south, there are vast forests of timber, which 
have provided the opportunity for an extensive industry in the sawing and preparation and 
export of hardwoods that are used for commercial purposes in various parts of the world. 
The timber export in 1911 was valued at £986,341, compared with £867,419 in 1909, and 
with £511,923 in 1907. 

There is also a growing fruit industry in the Darling Ranges and in other parts of the 
South-West to the ultimate extension of which it would be difficult to set limits. Altogether 
over 65,000 cases of fruit were exported last year, as contrasted with 28,000 in the previous 
year, while about 21,000 acres of land are now under orchards and vineyards, and the area 
planted is increasing at the rate of 2,000 acres per annum. It is expected that about 90,000 
cases of fruit will be exported this season. 

Wool-growing and sheep-raising are carried on both in the South-West and North- West 
and in the decadel902- 1 1 the number of sheep in the State increased from 2,704,880 to 5,41 1,542. 
Expressed in another way, the number of sheep in the State has doubled within ten years. 
In the same period the nimiber of cattle, largely in the far North, but now advancing also 
in the South, increased from 437,136 to 843,638, and thus nearly doubled. The export 
of wool in the season 1910-11 reached a value of £1,047,456. 

Close cultivation of root and fodder crops is also carried out in the wetter portions of the 
South-West. Many parts of this district of Western Australia are eminently suitable for 
the development of a highly productive potato-growing industry, and the Government have 



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lately been doing much, including the importation of specially selected seed potatoes from 
England, to encourage the establishment of this form of culture. As illustrating its great 
potentialities, it is shown by the Department of Agriculture that in the latest year for which 
particulars are available, from 1,791 acres devoted to potato growing in Western Australia 
a total yield of 5,864 tons, valued at £73,300, was obtained, or an average yield per acre of 
3'27 tons, for an average value per acre of £40 18s. 6d. Over a much larger area in Victoria 
the average yield was 2-60 tons, and the average value per acre £9 9s. 6d., while for the whole 
Commonwealth the average yield was 2'64 tons and the average value £12 16s. 2d. per acre. 

But besides the farming avocations, which are now being extended rajiidly, there is the 
Mining industry in the East and North- West, which has gained the greatest fame for Western 
Australia. Gold alone, since the year 1886, has been produced to the value of over 108 millions 
sterling, and about 23 millions has been paid in dividends by mining companies. 

As the development of highly specialised machinery for the recovery of gold proceeds and 
railways are extended, it is to be believed that further opportunities for investment in this 
great industry will be presented, especially in the many low-grade propositions which are 
now only awaiting capital for their development. 

Western Australia also produces many of the baser metals, such as Copper, Tin, Tantalite, 
Lead, &c., wliile the production of a sound coal is annually rising, and a successful bunkering 
trade with ocean-going vessels has been opened up. 

In connection with the dairying industry the Government have devised a scheme of libera 
assistance for the settlers at Denmark, which will no doubt be carried further as its success 
justifies the adoption of a more general plan. The district of Denmark, once utilised for its 
hardwood timbers, is situated in a cool, regular, and beautiful climate in the extreme South of 
Western Australia, some distance from the port of Albany. This district is now being cut 
up by the Government for dairy-farming and the production of root crops. 

In order to provide the settlers with the means to carry on this industry successfully and 
with marketing facilities the Government have authorised the Agricultural Bank to advance 
to them two-thirds of the purchase money for stock, to be repaid in instalments of 2s. a week, 
and the Agricultural Department will supjjly the use of stud bulls at a nominal fee. A State 
farm has already been established in the locality, and a creamery or butter factory is to be 
erected on this farm, at which will be purchased the whole of the settlers' milk or cream at 
current market rates. The butter factory is to be erected on an up-to-date model, in order 
that the settlers may be able at any future time to co-operate and build a similar one for 
themselves or take over the State factory. Railway communication with Perth, the capital, 
and Albany, is already established, and the settlers are so well satisfied with the Government 
scheme that already applications have been made for over 200 dairy cows, and as soon as the 
plan is in full operation it is anticipated that many times this number will be asked for. 

For its pearl fisheries in the North-West the State has long been famous, and the value 
of the export of pearls and shell in 1911 was £340,764 The industries hitherto mentioned 
are already on a sound basis, and while many of them will expand and continuously afford 
openings for the emplo5m;ient of capital and labour, some of the most attractive opportunities 
are now presented for investment in secondary industries arising out of the rapid growth of 
primary pursuits. Examples are the woollen industry, in connection with which it should 
prove profitable to start mills; many industries, such as the local manufacture of implements — 
encouraged by special preferential legislation — in connection with wheat-growing, and jam- 
making as a bi-product of the fruit-growing industry. This form of production seems, 
indeed, to have exceedingly bright prospects. Western Australian apples, grapes and pears 
continue to obtain higher prices than any other on the London and Continental Markets, 
and there is a likelihood of a substantial trade being opened up with India. 

So far as the occupation of land for cultivation is concerned, the terms offered by the 
Government are perhaps the most liberal in the world, and as there are vast areas still to be 
settled, the outlook before both primary and secondary industries is exceedingly bright. It 
would, indeed, be difficult to rival in any State in a similar stage of development the opportuni- 
ties afforded for the remunerative employment of capital and labour that are now presented 
by Western Australia. Endowed by nature with a mild and benign climate, the State of 
Western Australia, especially in the fertile and well-watered South- West, is providing and 
will provide thousands of happy homes for British people who are building up a new and 
brighter Britain beyond the Seas. 



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STEPPING STONES 



Halifax. — Capital of Nova Scotia, the apple 
province and land of Evangeline. 

St. John, New Brunswick. — Tlie " new city " 
that rose from the ashes of the great fire of 
1877. Here is the wonderful reversible cataract 
due to the tremendous tides, and here also is 
one of the busiest ports on the Atlantic. 

Quebec. — Queen city of North America, thioned on 
a lofty crag commanding the St. Lawrence. 
Owing to its picturesque situation, its old- 
world streets, and its historic memories, Quebec 
has many visitors. Here is the Chateau Fron- 
tenac, the most picturesque hotel in Canada. 

Montreal. — Commercial capital of Canada and 
headquarters of the Canadian Pacific — on the 
site of the ancient Indian village of Hochelaga. 
Now half-French, half-English in population, 
with magnificent wharves and imposing public 
buildings, banks, churches, &c. Stay at the 
Place Viger Hotel. 

Ottawa. — Political capital of Canada, and pictur- 
esquly situated at the junction of the Ottawa 
and Rideau Rivers. The centre of a great 
lumber industry. 

Toronto. — Capital of Ontario, centre of busy indus- 
tries and fragrant orchards. Situated on Lake 
Ontario, Toronto is a convenient starting- 



place for Niagara, Muskoka, or the Canadian 
Pacific Steamship services on the Great Lakes. 

Niagara. — With its famous falls, the wonder of 
tlie world. 

Muskoka. — A picturesque cluster of lakes clothed 
with innumerable islands. This is one of the 
chief summer resorts in America. 

Sault Ste. Marie— On the " Soo," with its famous 
locks and rapids, the junction for tlie Soo Line 
and centre of a great sporting district. The 
"Soo" is also reached by rail via Sudbury, 
along a branch of the Canadian Pacific, which 
passes through one of the best fishnig and 
hunting districts in Canada. 

Missanabie, Jackfish and Nipigon. Nortli of 
Lake Superior, and on the main line to Fort 
William, are also starting-points for fishing 
expeditions. 

Fort "William and Port Arthur.— The twin cities 
at the head of Lake Superior are the outlet for 
the gigantic harvests of the great Canadian 

West. 

Winnipeg. — Is the capital of Manitoba, and com- 
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aeROSS eANHOfl. 



Portage la Prairie, Brandon, Indian Head, 
Regina, Moosejaw, Swift Current, and 
Medicine Hat. — Are typical prairie towns, 
bustling, ambitious, and already well on the road 
to abundant prosperity. Wheat is king from 
Winnipeg to Calgary. 

Calgary. — The most prosperous town in Southern 
Alberta ; is called the city ot the foot-hills, owing 
to its proximity to the Rockies. Here is the 
great 3,000,000-acre irrigation scheme of the 
Canadian Pacific. Land on this irrigation 
block is sold to settlers on the instalment 
s^tem. Calgary is directly connected by rail 
with Edmonton, the capital of the North-West, 
which is also directly connected with Winnipeg 
via Saskatoon and Wetaskiwin, A branch 
line connects with Lethbridge and Macleod. 

Banif. — The tourist capital of the CanadianRockies, 
with its splendid Banf? Hot Springs Hotel. 
Here is the Canadian National Park, with its 
herds of buffaloes. 

Laggan. — Is the station for Lake Louise, con- 
sidered by many to be the loveliest spot in 
Canada. The Chateau Hotel is the most con- 
venient point from whicli to visit the Lakes in 
the Clouds. 

Field. — In the Kicking Horse Pass, has another 
favourite hotel, and is the best point from 
which to reach Emerald Lake and the mag- 



nificent Yoho Valley and the Takkakaw Falls, 
1,200 feet in height. 

Golden. — For the Columbia Valley and Lake 
Windermere, the new tourist playground. 

Glacier.— Is reached after passing through the 
tremendous scenery of the Rogers Pass, and is 
in the Selkirk Mountains. It lies under Mount 
Sir Donald, and is in full view of the snowy 
Hermit Ranges. 

Revelstoke. — Is the junction for the Arrowhead 
Lakes, down which one may take steamer for the 
mining and fruit-growing districts of Southern 
British Columbia and the Kootenay^. These 
can alr.o be reached by the Crow's Nest Pass. 

Sicamous.— Is the junction for the fertile Okanagan 

Valley, the centre of a fruit-growing district. 
Kamloops. — Is also rich in orchards. 

Vancouver. — Is the Pacific terminus of the Railway, 
and is^.rapidly becoming the chief port on the 
Pacific coast. Here, again, is a fine hotel 
belonging to the railway company. Steamers 
connect with Vancouver Island and especially 

Victoria. — The political capital of British Columbia, 
and one of the most delightful tourist centres 
in America. The Empress Hotel here spells 
the last word in luxury. Through Vancouver 
Island runs the Esquimault and Nanaimo 
Railwav from Victoria to Alberni. 



For further particulars apply— 
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, 62=65 Charing Cross, London, S.W. 

Or Local Ag-ents everywhere. 



xviii Advertisements. 



TASMANIA. 



FARMERS and others who desire prosperity 
and life under most advantageous con = 
ditions should settle there. 

GOOD INCOMES derived from Orchards. 
Apple production a great and increas= 
ing industry. 

LAND can be obtained cheaply and on easy 
terms from the Government. 
Liberal Advances made by State Agri= 
cultural Bank to Settlers. 

PRACTICAL Agricultural and Horticultural 
Training on GOVERNMENT FARMS 
with board and lodging for £25 a year. 

Total MINERAL output valued at TH1RTY= 
FOUR MILLIONS STERLING. 

PENSIONERS and others with moderate 
incomes can live there under ideal 
conditions. 

FREE Government Expert Advice given 
to settlers. 

The MAGNIFICENT SCENERY, PER= 
FECT CLIMATE, fishing and other 
sports have made the State the chief 
TOURIST and HEALTH RESORT of 
Australia. 



For information apply to The Agent General for Tasmania, 56 Victoria Street, 
LONDON, S.W. 



Advertisements. 



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ONTA 




(CAN^ADA), 



THE LANb FOR INVESTORS. 

[Ontario offers unrivalled opportunities to the investor. With an estimated population of 
'over two and a quarter millions, vast unsettled areas, immense natural resources in minerals, 
' forests, and water powers, a network of railways, and a superb water route through the Great 

Lakes, Ontario fully justifies the title of 

CAN^AOA'S MtElVIIEIi ^TtQlilTNClE. 



ONTARIO'S 

WATER 

POWERS 

are capable of 

generating 

(over conservative 

estimate) 

10,000,000 
Horse-power. 

With factories rapidly 
increasing in number, 
Ontario presents a 
wide field for any 
industry that can 
use electric power. 
Government transmis- 
sion lines distribute 
high voltage over a 
radius exceeding 200 
miles. The minimum 
price is £2 per horse- 
power for 24 hour 
service. Far cheaper 
than coal. 




ONTARIO'S 
FORESTS 
AND MINES 

will profitably 
employ 

Millions Sterling; 
of New Capital. 

The wood pulp and 
paper-making indus- 
tries of the Province 
are capable of enor- 
mous expansion. 

The nickel deposits 
of Ontario are the 
richest in the'World. 



NO DIRECT TAXATION in Untaiio, the Government ha\ing suHicient revenue 
from Crown Lands, Forests, Mines, etc. 

MANUFACTURERS have a great and growing local market in the 283 cities, towns, 
and villages of, Ontario. Cheap raw material, cheap electricity, and unrivalled transport 
facilities are among other inducements. 

FARMERS can pm-chasethe freehold of an Improved Farm, •tvith buildings, orchards, 
etc., in Ontario for one year's rental for a farm of equal area in Great Britain. 

SPORTSMEN and TOURISTS are afforded unrivalled opportunities for Hunting, 
Shooting, Fishing, Boating, etc., etc., in Ontario. 

Write for full particulars to 

Nm B. COLCOCKf Ontario Government Agent, 

163 Strand, LONDON. \ 



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p; 




VICTORIA 



> 



^ THE GARDEN STATE [ ^ 
I OF AUSTRALIA. I 



Opportunities for Farmers. 

The closer settlement policy of Victoria 
enables the State to offer favourable 
opportunities to FARMERS with Moderate 
Capital. Possessing good soil, a splendid 
climate, an abundant rainfall, a Free 
education system, and light Taxation, no 
country in the world offers such advan= 
tages for Wheat Growers, Dairy Farmers, 
Wool Growers, Cattle Raisers, Orchard= 
ists, and for Lamb=raising for export. 



Full particulars and information respecting the State 
can be obtained at the Office of the Agent=GeneraI for 
Victoria, Melbourne Place, Strand, London, W.C. 




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Advertisements. 



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Land of Sunshine 
and Success. 



AUSTRALIA claims attention not only as a land 
to prosper in, but also as a land to live in. 
For pleasure and profit combined it is unsurpassed. 

Australia is the country that offers advantages to the farmer and the manu- 
facturer, returns to the employer and the worker, charms to the sportsman 
and the tourist. 

Agriculturists are specially invited and assisted to Australia. Hundreds 
of thousands of acres of good land are being made available every year. It 
is easily obtainable, and there is an assured market for the produce. 
The development of public activities in Australia which her public debt 
represents, has much to do with the magnificent progress which Australia 
shows to-day. 

Go to Australia if you desire a warm welcome, a generous return for your 
energy and enterprise, a dwelling place that is the healthiest in the world. 



For Illustrated Pamphlets and Information, apply to the , 

HIGH COMMISSIONER for AUSTRALIA 

72 VICTORIA STREET, LONDON, S.W. 




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MAKE PROFITS, but to enable buyers to obtain all 
kinds of goods for Cash without paying unreasonable 
prices. This principle is strictly adhered to, and in many cases 
where manufacturers, in the interests of ordinary traders, 
compel unnecessarily high prices to be charged, the surplus 
profit is used to SELL OTHER GOODS MORE CHEAPLY. 
During the season FREE COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS 
may be obtained by all Colonial or Foreign Visitors, on 
application to the Secretary, at the Stores of the Association, 

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Advertisements. 



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ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE. 

Objects and Constitution. 
The Royal Colonial Institute is established to provide a place of meeting for all 
gentlemen connected with the Colonies and British India, and others taking an interest in 
Colonial and Indian affairs ; to establish a Reading-room and a Library, in which recent and 
authentic intelligence upon Colonial and Indian subjects may be constantly available, and a 
Museum for the collection and exhibition of Colonial and Indian productions ; to facilitate inter- 
change of experiences amongst persons representing all the Dependencies of Great Britain ; to 
afford opportunities for the reading of Papers, and for holding discussions upon Colonial and 
Indian subjects generally ; and to undertake scientific, literary, and statistical investigations in 
connection with the British Empire. But no Paper shall be read, nor any discussion be permitted 
to take place, tending to give to the Institute a party character. 

Membership. 
The membership comprises Resident Fellows (i.e. resident in the United Kingdom) ; Non- 
resident Fellows (i.e. resident outside the United Kingdom). To these have lately been added 
Associates, a connection which is open to either sex, but which is restricted for the present, 
as regards Men Associates, to the United Kingdom. Resident Fellows pay Entrance Fee £3 
and Subscription £2. Non-resident Fellows pay Entrance Fee £1 Is. (which is increased to 
£S when taking up permanent residence in the United Kingdom, except for those Fellows of 
more than fifteen years standing or upwards), and Subscription £1 Is. (which is increased to 
£2 when in the United Kingdom for twelve months). Associates pay no Entrance Fee ; 
Subscription £1. Resident Fellows may compound for life at £20, or after five years' Annual 
Subscriptions of £2 on payment of £15. Non-Resident Fellows may compound for life at £10, 
or after the payment of twenty or more Annual Subscriptions on payment of £5. 



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needed for every part of the globe," and their watertight boxes, 
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PREFACE. 

In presenting to the Fellows and Associates of the Institute the second issue of the 
Year Book, it is hoped that it may assist in spreading abroad a better knowledge of 
the aims and objects of the Institute and the work which is being done in promoting 
the closer and permanent unity of the Empire. The current issue has been extended 
in various ways, as, in addition to the information embodied in the edition for 1912, 
it contains the latest statistical iaiformation regarding all parts of the Empire, as well 
as a classified list of the newspapers and magazines which are to be seen in the 
Institute Building. The list of Fellows has grown considerably during the past 
year, and the geographical lists both of Resident and Non-Resident Fellows cannot fail 
to prove of service to the Fellows generally. Full particulars are also given regarding 
the competition for the Gold Medal of the Institute, and also of the Prizes for Essays 
which are offered by the Council to Universities and Secondary Schools. 

Fellows are particularly requested to notify all changes in their addresses, so that 
the monthly Journal and other communications may be forwarded without delay. 

James R. Bo.os6. 

Secretary. 
Royal Colonial Institute, 

NOKTHUMB ICELAND AVENUE, LoilDON. 

June, 1913. 



ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE 

NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE, 
LONDON, W.C. 



COUNCIL OF 1913-14. 



Patron. 

HIS MAJESTY THE KING. 

Vice- Patron. 

FIELD-MARSHAL H.R.H. THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT, K.G., G.C.M.G. 

President. 

EARL GREY, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 

Chairman of Council. 

Lietjt.-General Sir J. Bevan Edwards, K.C.B., K.C.M.G. 

Deputy Ctiairman. 

Sir Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G. 

Vice' Presiden ts. 
H.R.H. Prince Christian, K.G., G.C.V.O. 
DuKB Off Argyll, K.G., K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 
Duke ov Devonshire, G.C.V.O. 
Duke op Marlborough, K.G. 
The Marquess ov Crewe, K.G. 
The Marquess of Lincolnshire, K.G., G.C.M.G. 
Earl op Aberdeen, K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 
Earl Brassey, G.C.B. 
Earl of Dunraven, K.P., C.M.G. 
Earl of Elgin, K.G., G.C.S.L, G.C.LE. 
Earl of Jersey, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. 
Earl of Meath, K.P. 

Earl of Minto, K.G., G.C.S.L, G.C.M.G., G.C.LE. 
Field-Marshal Earl Roberts, V.C, K.G., O.M., G.C.M.G. 
Earl of Rosebery, K.G., K.T. 
Earl of Selbornb, K.G., G.C.M.G. 
Viscount Milner, G.C.B., G.C.M.G. 

Admiral Lord Charles Bbresford, G.C.V.O., G.C.B., M.P. 
Lord Stkathcona and Mount Royal, G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. (High Commissioner for 

Canada). 
Lord Sydenham, G.C.S.L, G.C.M.G., G.C.LE. 
Right Hon. R. L. Borden, K.C, M.P., LL.D. (Prime Minister of the Dominion of 

Canada). 
Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, M.P. 

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V/ce- Presiden ts — continued. 
Right Hon. Sir Samuel W. Griffith, G.C.M.G. (Chief Justice CommoisWealth of 

Australia). 
Right Hon. Sir George Taubman Goldie, K.C.M.G. 

Right Hon. Lewis Harcourt, M.P. (Secretary of State for the Colonies). 
Right Hon. Sir Albert H. Hime, K.C.M.G. 
Right Hon. Sir L. S. Jameson, Bart., C.B., M.D. 
Right Hon. Alfred Lyttelton, K.C, M.P. 
Right Hon. Sir George Reid, G.C.M.G. (High Commissioner for ihe Commonwealth 

OF Australia). 
Right Hon. Sir Cecil Clementi Sahth, G.C.M.G. 
Right Hon. Sir Charles Tuppee, Bart., G.C.M.G. 
Right Hon. Sir Joseph G. Ward, Bvrt., K.C.M.G. 
Admiral Sir Nathaniel Bowden-Smith, K.C.B. 
Sir Henry E. G. Bulwer, G.C.M.G. 
Hon. Alfred Deakin, M.P. 
Hon. Sir W. Hall-Jones, K.C.M.G. 
Sir Daniel McMillan, K.C.M.G. 
Sir Montagu F. Ommanney, G.C.M.G., K.C.B. , I.S.O. 
Hon. Sir Richard Solomon, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., K.C.V.O. (High Commissioner for 

S. Africa). 
Sir Nevile Lubbock, K.C.M.G. 
Sir Thomas G. Shaughnessy, K.C.V.O. 
Sir B. Edmund Walker, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L. 
Sir Frederick Young, K.C.M.G. 
Colonel George T. Denison. 



Councillors. 



L. S. Amery, Esq., M.P. 

Major M. Archer-Shee, D.S.O., M.P. 

Ralph S. Bond, Esq. 

Hon. Sir John A. Cockburn, M.D., K.C.M.G. 

J. G. Colmer, Esq., C.M.G. 

Sir Charles J. Dudgeon. 

Frederick Dutton, Esq. 

Lieut. -General Sir J. Bevan Edwards, 

K.C.B., K.C.M.G. 
Sir Bampfylde Fuller, K.C.S.I., CLE. 
Right Hon. Sir W. Hely-Hutchinson, 

G.C.M.G. 
Lieut.-General Sir Edward T. H. Hutton, 

K.C.B., K.C.M.G. 
Viscount Hythe. 



Lieut.-Colonel a. Weston Jarvis, C.M.G., 

M.V.O. 
Richard Jebb, Esq. 
Philip H. Kerr, Esq. 
Sir Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G. 
Hon. Sir Arthur Lawley, G.C.S.L, G.C.I.E., 

K.C.M.G. 
Robert Littlejohn, Esq., Eon. Treasurer. 
Sir Charles Lucas, K.C.B., K.C.M.G. 
Ben H. Morgan, Esq. 

Sir Daniel Morris, K.C.M.G., D.Sc, D.C.L. 
Sir E. Montague Nelson, K.C.M.G. 
George R. Parkin, Esq., C.M.G., M.A., LL.D. 
Sir Harry F. Wilson, K.C.M.G. 
Evelyn Wrench, Esq. 



Honorary Treasurer. 

Robert Littlejohn, Esq. 



Secretary. 

James R. Boost. 



Librarian. 

P. Evans Lewin. 



Chief Clerk. 

William Chamberlain. 



Bankers. 

London County and Westminster Bank, Ltd., 1 St. James' Square, S.W. 




FA9ADE 

:iOYAU COUONIAU INSTITUTE, N O R T H U M B ER UAN D AVENUE 



II.— INTRODUCTION. 

More than a generation has now passed since, in 1868, the Colonial Society was started. 
The Dominion of Canada had just come into being ; and, though not many openly 
agreed with John Bright that the continuance of the British connection was burden- 
some to Great Britain and humiliating to Canada, still there was a widely spread 
undercurrent of feeling that Canadian Confederation was a half-way house to peaceful 
separation. It was this kind of temper, more dangerous than open hostihty, that the 
Colonial Institute sought to counteract. Most wisely its founders recognised that the 
best way of going to work was not to set on foot an actively militant poHtical organisa- 
tion. What was wanted was knowledge : knowledge in England of the boundless 
resources and true temper of the Overseas Dominions ; knowledge in the Colonies of 
their English kinsfolk, when once one has penetrated the outer crust. The Royal 
Colonial Institute (as it was named in 1870) became at once a club-house where 
persons from all parts of the Empire might exchange experiences, and an information 
bureau, whence the latest and most authoritative facts with regard to the Empire 
might be brought to the light of day. Starting with the modest number of one hundred 
and seventy-four members, the Institution so fully justified its existence that by 1880 
it had over eleven hundred members. The great danger of such an organisation was that 
it should be run by men who disapproved of the action of their Colonial Governments, 
and were out of touch with Colonial pubhc opinion ; the Royal Colonial Institute has 
been careful to draw new blood into its veins, and has never in any way identified itself 
with any one school of thought regarding Colonial questions. The Papers read in its 
winter sessions have been a perfect quarry of first-hand knowledge, freely placed at 
the disposal of the inquirer, whether his purpose be historical, statistical or practical. 
But it may be asked, now that the Royal Colonial Institute has achieved such 
success in promoting fuller knowledge, and, on both sides, a very different temper — 
especially now that its example has been followed by so many Leagues and Societies, 
has not the time come when, so far as its original purpose was concerned, it might 
pronounce its mine dimiitis and leave to younger bodies the burden of the fray ? But 
it must be remembered that, especially in new countries, the condition of things is 
always rapidly'changing, so that the truth of last year is the falsehood of to-day, and any 
record of facts and opinions requires constant modification and revision. But what 
institution could- so efficiently carry on this work, as the Institute, which in the past 
has done it so successfully ? Moreover, while the general tone of thought regarding 
Imperial questions is, on both sides, most satisfactory, and there is everywhere the 
desire to promote'friendly social intercourse, there are still problems connected with the 
Empire, in the solution of which the Royal Colonial Institute can give a helping hand. 
It is a melancholy fact that, in spite of mutual goodwill and Colonial preferences, 
British trade within the Empire doesnot grow by leaps and bounds. The Royal Colonia 
Institute has set on foot ; an Empire Trade and Industry Committee. Its 
objects are to encourage such trade and industry by arranging for the delivery of 
addresses on financial, industrial and trade subjects by authorities before the Institute 



6 Royal Colonial Institute. 

itself and before Chambers of Commerce, trade bodies, and like institutions in tbe 
leading industrial centres. There is the further object of facilitating, encouraging, and 
arranging industrial conferences or meetings to be attended by men of affairs from any 
or all parts of the Empire, in order to discuss questions of common interest with a view 
to regulating and co-ordinating the conditions of Empire trade and industry. 

The new departure is of too recent date to expect, as yet, many practical results, 
but it is manifest what a sphere of usefulness is here opened out, and how well 
adapted the Royal Colonial Institute is, by its situation and membership, to take the 
lead in such a movement, and already by means of this committee the British 
Consular service has been made available to the Overseas Dominions. 

Again, there is the difficult subject of emigration. To a great extent indeed this 
question has been settling itself. Thus it is very striking how in recent years, without 
State action, the current of general British emigration has been diverted from the 
United States to the Overseas Dominions. At the same time there are many ways in 
which State action might be desirable. The Eoyal Colonial Institute has now a 
standing Emigration Committee representing both its own members and the leading 
emigration societies. This committee has recommended that an official committee shall 
be constituted consisting of representatives of the private emigration societies and of 
experts, including a chairman, nominated by the Government. This committee shall — 

(a) Advise on all general questions of policy affecting emigration. 

(6) Co-ordinate the emigration societies of the United Kingdom. 

(c) Take over the functions of the Emigrants' Information Office. 

{d) Deal with Labour Exchanges, Boards of Guardians, &c., on all matters con- 
nected with emigration. 

(e) Deal with the High Commissioners, &c., in regard to questions of emigration. 
Again, on the question of the emigration of women and of children the committee has 
made recommendations of far-reaching importance. It has tendered evidence before 
the Dominions' Royal Commission, and has given special attention during the year 
to the subject of the organised emigration of Poor Law children. This is not the 
place to discuss the details of their proposals ; all that we are concerned with here is the 
vigour and vitality of the parent institution of which they are the testimony and proof. 

Yet another new departure must be mentioned. Recognising that in these days 
of democracy the task of consolidating the Empire can no longer safely be left in the 
hands of the upper and middle classes, the Royal Colonial Institute is now seeking, 
by means of popular illustrated lectures, to bring home to the knowledge and the 
conscience of the people the resources of the Empire and the opportunities and respon- 
sibilities attending on its right use and development. This work is still in its 
infancy ; but it promises, if properly supported by the leading men in the great 
centres of population, to yield most valuable results. 

But while the Royal Colonial Institute has been busily at work extending its activi- 
ties in a practical direction, it has not forgotten its other function of being a store-house 
of knowledge. Some of us can speak with personal knowledge and gratitude of the 
benefit its admirable library has been in the pursuit of our studies. Nearly 100,000 
volumes and pamphlets, not one of which does not relate to the objects of the Institute, 
are a boon, the value of which it is impossible to exaggerate ; especially when they 
can be consulted under the guidance of a courteous and helpful librarian. A special 
room has been set apart as a law library, which contains some 8000 volumes and 
statutes, law reports, treaties, &c. In the law library provision is also made for the 
storage and display of maps relating to aU parts of the Empire. To give an idea of the 



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Institute's resources it may be added that during tlie year 1912-13, 81,366 numbers of 
newspapers and magazines were received and filed. Considering the benefits of 
membership it is not astonishing to learn that the Royal Colonial Institute has now 
nearly 8000 Fellows, and that its growing importance, the widening of its scope and 
the increase of its membership have necessitated a great extension of its premises. 
The house in Northumberland Avenue has been almost entirely rebuilt on a larger area, 
and " as a result," we are told, " instead of the seven inconveniently small and inap- 
propriate rooms formerly available, there are now twenty-five well-equipped rooms." 

These things do not indeed go to the heart of the matter. It is possible for great 
things to proceed from mean and stuffy surroundings, and a sumptuous club-house 
does not always produce an active spirit ; but when, as has been made manifest, the 
spirit is in the right place, it is surely well that the accessories of comfort and 
convenience shall be added. 

There is one other subject, without mention of which any account of the Royal 
Colonial Institute would be deficient. Useful as had been the annual volume with its 
permanent record of the progress made during the year, it was generally recognised that 
so influential a corporation should possess its own monthly organ, reflecting the various 
sides of its work. An editor was forthcoming who had both a practical knowledge 
of the Empire and was a trained litterateur. United Empire is still in its youth ; but 
already it has attained a wide circulation, and few will question the modest claim 
put forward by the Council that it " has from month to month enabled those 
interested in the various Overseas Dominions to keep in touch with the more 
important aspects of Imperial development." Such, then, being the various 
grounds on which the Royal Colonial Institute has more than made good the aims of 
its founders, there is no one who cares for the Empire and the Empire's well- 
being who will not gratefully repeat " Esto 'perfetua" 

H. E. Egerton. 



III.— HISTORICAL SKETCH. 

The Royal Colonial Institute is first and foremost a non-sectarian and non- 
political organisation which exists for the purpose of stimulating the loyalty of all 
Britons towards the Empire, using that term to mean the United Kingdom with the 
Great Dominions and the Smallest Dependencies beyond the Seas. To foster the love 
of Oversea Britons for the Motherland and to cultivate in the breasts of residents of 
the Self-Governing Dominions, Colonies, and India the feeling that neither the accident 
of birth overseas, nor the fact that a wider sphere has been chosen by a Briton born 
in the United Kingdom can in any way afiect his British citizenship so long as his 
home is still under the British Flag, is the great mission of the Institute. 

The existence of the Royal Colonial Institute practically dates from June 26, 1868, 
when a meeting was held at Willis's Rooms, under the presidency of Viscount Bury, 
to promote the formation of a society which should assume, in relation to the Colonies, 
a position similar to that filled by the Royal Society as regards science, and the Royal 
Geographical Society as regards geography. The meeting, which comprised influential 
representatives of Colonial interests, and members of the Imperial Legislature who had 
taken a prominent part in the discussion of Colonial questions, unanimously agreed 
that it was desirable to establish an institution, above all mere party considerations, 
where persons from all parts of the British Empire might exchange experiences, and 
where trustworthy information might be imparted to all inquirers. A provisional 



8 Royal Colonial Institute. 

committee was appointed, which drew up rules — substantially the same as those now 
in operation — and reported to a general meeting on August 12, 1868, when the " Colonial 
Society " became constituted by the adoption of such rules for its government and the 
election of the first President and Council. 

A deputation of the Council waited upon His Grace the Duke of Buckingham and 
Chandos, Secretary of State for the Colonies, and the Right Hon. Sir Stafford North- 
cote, Secretary of State for India, ^\•ith the object of obtaining their official sanction 
and support, which was most readily conceded. Those Ministers undertook that the 
Governors of the several Colonies shoidd be addressed in favour of the Institute, which 
undertaking was carried into effect by their successors in office, the Eight Hon. Ear] 
Gran^'ille and His Grace the Duke of Argyll. As a result of this action, a large number 
of valuable works illustrative of the resources and progress of the Oversea Dominions, 
Colonies, and India have been added to the library. Numerous contributions have 
also been received from the Colonial Office and the India Office, and for some years 
past full particulars of the constitution and objects of the Institute have been published 
in the Colonial Office List, " on account of the importance of the subject to Colonists 
generally." The Institute is now officially included in the list of Institutions named 
in the Colonial Regidations, so that the whole of the Statutes of various parts of the 
Empire are regularly received. 

On March 10, 1869, the inaugural dinner was attended by the Prime Minister (the 
Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P.), the Secretary of State for the Colonies (the Right 
Hon. Earl Granville), and many other distinguished guests, and was regarded as a 
most successful demonstration in favour of the Colonies and the Unity of the Empire. 

The speeches at this banquet are of singular interest to-day. JVIr. Gladstone's 
reminiscences of the " Colonial Depai-tment," in which he had served thirty-four years 
previously ; Sir George Cartier's attempt to explain Canadian Nationalism without 
wounding the susceptibilities of prejudiced Britons and his challenge to the United 
States as to the freedom of Canada under representative rather than democratic insti- 
tutions ; the reminder of Mr. Hugh C. E. ChUders that sea-power and the Colonies 
are intimately connected, and that the sea is the connecting link and not a barrier 
between the sons of a sea-going race — aU these long-forgotten speeches will repay the 
attention of the historical student who cares to trace the great dynamic forces of the 
century to their origin. 

In June 1869 the prefix of the word " Royal " was graciously sanctioned by Her 
Majesty the Queen. Inconvenience arising from the similarity of the initial letters to 
those of the Royal College of Surgeons, the name of the Society was, by the vote of 
a general meeting on March 7, 1870, changed to the Royal Colonial Institute. 

In July 1871 His Grace the Duke of Manchester was elected President, in succession 
to Viscount Bury, who retired, and in Jiine 1878 His Royal Highness the Prince of 
Wales was pleased to accept that office, afterwards becoming Patron as King Edward 
the Seventh, the Duke of Manchester maintaining his connection with the Institute 
as one of its Vice-Presidents and Chairman of the Council up to the time of his death 
in 1890, when the office of Chairman of the Council was abolished. On his accession to 
the throne in 1910, His Majesty the King became Patron, and he was succeeded in 
the office of President by Field-Marshal H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught. During the 
year 1909, in view of the great extension of the work of the Institute, it was decided to 
revive the office of Chairman of the Council, Lieut.-General Sic J. Bevan Edwards, 
K.C.B., K.C.M.G., being unanimously elected to that office, and Sir Godfrey Lagden, 
K.C.M.G., to the office of Deputy Chairman. 




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Charter of Incorporation. 9 

In the year 1912 tlie Eight Hon. Earl Grey accepted the office of President 
in succession to H.E.H. the Duke of Connaught, who was graciously pleased to 
become Vice-Patron. 

In September 1882 Her Majesty the Queen granted to the Institute a Koyal Charter 
of Incorporation, with perpetual succession and a common seal, in recognition of the 
fact that since its estabhshment it had " sedulously pursued the objects for which it 
was founded," and with a desire of " encouraging a design so laudable and salutary." 

The national importance of imparting to the rising generation a fuller and more 
accurate knowledge of the British Dominions and their resources has from its found- 
ation engaged the attention of the Institute, and every opportunity has been taken 
to urge upon educational authorities and other public bodies the need of giving greater 
prominence to the subject in the schools of the United Kingdom. A gold medal for 
research work, accompanied by a substantial honorarium, is offered by the Goimcil 
annually to British subjects in all parts of the world, for the purpose of 
encouraging scientific study of the problems of Imperial Union. A series of prizes 
for essays has also been instituted as a means of stimulating the interest of 
students in the secondary schools and universities of the Mother Country in *he 
history and potentialities of the Empire. 

The Institute has never ceased to emphasise the fact that the Overseas Dominions 
afford a national outlet for the surplus population and capital of the Mother Country, 
and committees now deal with the questions of emigration and Empire trade and 
industry, their special functions being set forth in a separate section of this work. The 
education of the people of the Motherland as to the resources, trade, history and 
development of the Empire has been taken in^hand by a special committee, and lectures 
are now being given in various parts of the United Kingdom with excellent results. 
In accordance with the objects for which the Institute was founded, it has for the 
past forty-four years taken a leading part in the national work of fostering and popular- 
ising the great principle of Imperial Solidarity throughout the length and breadth of 
the British Empire. 



IV.— ROYAL CHARTER. 

GRANT 

UNTO THE 

ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE 

OF 

HER MAJESTY'S ROYAL CHARTER OF INCORPORATION, 

DATED 26th SEPTEMBER, 1882. 

IDiCtOllH, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and 
Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, Empress of India, ITO all tO WbOlH these 
Presents shall come Greeting. 

'H'dlbCVCnS His Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, K.G., 
and His Grace the Duke of Manchester, K.P., have by their Petition humbly 
represented to Us that they are respectively the President and Chairman of the 
Council of a Society estabhshed in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixty- 
eight, and called by Our Royal Authority the Royal Colonial Institute, the objects of 



10 Royal Colonial Institute. 

which Society are in various ways, and in particular by means of a place of Meeting, 
Library and Museum, and by reading papers, holding discussions, and undertaking 
scientific and other inquiries, as in the said Petition mentioned, to promote the 
increase and diffusion of knowledge respecting as well Our Colonies, Dependencies and 
Possessions, as Our Indian Empire, and the preservation of a permanent union between 
the Mother Country and the various parts of the British Empire, and that it would 
enable the said objects to be more effectually attained, and would be for the pubhc 
advantage if We granted to His Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, 
K.G., William Drogo Montagu, Duke op Manchester, K.P., and the other Fellows 
of the said Society, Our Royal Charter of Incorporation : 

Hub WbCrCHS it has been represented to Us that the said Society has, since its 
establishment, sedulously pursued the objects for which it was founded by collecting 
and diffusing information ; by publishing a Journal of Transactions ; by collecting a 
Library of Works relating to the British Colonies, Dependencies and Possessions, and 
to India ; by forming a Museum of Colonial and Indian productions and manufactures, 
and by undertaking from time to time scientific, literary, statistical, and other inquiries 
relating to Colonial and Indian Matters, and publishing the results thereof : 

IROW I^UOW pC that We, being desirous of encouraging a design so laudable and 
salutary, of Our especial grace, certain knowledge and mere motion, have willed, 
granted and declared, and DO by these presents for Us, Our heirs and successors, mil, 
grant and declare in manner folloA\ang, that is to say : — 

1. His Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, and His Grace the 
Duke of Manchester, and such other of Our Lo^^ng Subjects as now are Fellows of 
the said Society, or shall from time to time be duly admitted Fellows thereof, and their 
successors, are hereby constituted, and shall for ever hereafter be by virtue of these 
presents one body poUtic and corporate by the name of the Royal Colonial Institute, 
and for the purposes aforesaid, and by the name aforesaid, shall have perpetual succes- 
sion and a Common Seal, with full power and authority to alter, vary, break, and renew 
the same at their discretion, and by the same name to sue and be sued in every Court 
of Us, Our heirs and successors, and be for ever able and capable in the law to purchase, 
receive, possess, hold and enjoy to them and their successors, any goods and chattels 
whatsoever, and to act in all the concerns of the said body politic and corporate as 
effectually for all purposes as any other of Our liege subjects, or any other body politic 
or corporate in the United Ejngdom, not being under any disability, might do in their 
respective concerns. 

2. XTbe IRO^al Colonial institute (in this Charter hereinafter called the 
Institute) may, notwithstanding the statutes of mortmain, take, purchase, hold and 
enjoy to them and their successors a Hall, or House, and any such messuages or here- 
ditaments of any tenure as may be necessary for carrying out the purposes of the 
Institute, but so that the yearly value thereof to be computed at the rack rent which 
might be gotten for the same at the time of the purchase or other acquisition, and 
including the site of the said Hall, or House, do not ezceed in the whole the sum of Ten 
Thousand Pounds. Hub WC bO hereby grant Our especial Licence and authority 
unto aU and every person and persons, bodies pohtic and corporate (otherA^dse com- 
petent), to grant, sell, alien and convey in mortmain unto and to the use of the Institute 
and their successors any messuages or hereditaments not exceeding the annual value 
aforesaid. 



Charter of Incorporation. 11 

3. trb€rC shall be a Council of the Institute, and the said Council and General 
Meetings of the Fellows to be held in accordance with this Our Charter shall, subject 
to the provisions of this Our Charter, have the entire management and direction of the 
concerns of the Institute. 

i. TLhCVC shall be a President, Vice-Presidents, a Treasurer, and a Secretary of 
the Institute. The Council shall consist of the President, Vice-Presidents, and not 
less than twenty Councillors ; and the Secretary, if honorary. 

5. His Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, shall be the first 
President of the Institute, and the other persons now being Vice-Presidents and 
Members of the Council of the Institute shall be the first Members of the Council, and 
shall continue such until an election of Officers is made under these presents. 

6. H General Meeting of the Fellows of the Institute shall be held once in every 
year, or oftener, and may be adjourned from time to time, if necessary, for the following 
purposes, or any of them : — 

(a) The election of the President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, and other 
Members of the Council. 

(6) The making, repeal, or amendment of rules and bye-laws for the Govern- 
ment of the Institute, for the regulation of its proceedings, for the admission or 
expulsion of Fellows, for the fixing of the number and functions of the Officers of 
the Institute, and for the management of its property and business generally. 

(c) The passing of any other necessary or proper resolution or regulation 
concerning the aSairs of the Institute. 

7. XlbC General Meetings and adjourned General Meetings of the Institute shall 
take place (subject to the rules of the Institute and to any power of convening or 
demanding a Special General Meeting thereby given) at such times as may be fixed by 
the Council. 

8. HhC existing rules of the Institute, so far as not inconsistent with these 
presents, shall continue in force until and except so far as they are altered by any 
General Meeting. 

9. tTbC Council shall have the sole management of the income, funds, and property 
of the Institute, and may manage and superintend all other affairs of the Institute, 
and appoint and dismiss at their pleasure all salaried and other officers, attendants 
and servants as they may think fit, and may, subject to these presents and the rules 
of the Institute, do all such things as shall appear to them necessary and expedient for 
giving effect to the objects of the Institute. 

10. XTbC Council shall once in every year present to a General Meeting a report of 
the proceedings of the Institute, together with a statement of the receipts and expendi- 
ture, and of the financial position of the Institute, and every Fellow of the Institute 
may, at reasonable times to be fixed by the Council, examine the accounts of the 
Institute. 

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12 Royal Colonial Institute. 

11. TlbC Council may, with the approval of a General Meeting, from time to time 
appoint fit persons to be Trustees of any part of the real or personal property of the 
Institute, and may make or direct any transfer of such property necessary for the pur- 
poses of the trust, or may at their discretion take in the corporate name of the Institute 
Conveyances or Transfers of any property capable of being held in that name. Provided 
that no sale, mortgage, incumbrance or other disposition of any hereditaments belong- 
ing to the Institute shall be made unless with the approval of a General Meeting. 

12. Bo 1Rule, 16^e=XaW, IReSOlUtion, or other proceeding shall be made or 
had by the Institute, or any Meeting thereof, or by the Council, contrary to the General 
Scope or true intent and meaning of this Our Charter, or the laws or statutes of Our 
Realm, and anything done contrary to this present clause shall be void. 

5n IMitUCSS whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent. 

lilHitltCSS Ourself at Our Palace at Westminster, the Twenty-sixth of September 
in the Forty-sixth year of Our reign. 

JS^ 1bec /iDajest^'s Coininan^, 




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GARDEW. 



RULES. 

Corrected up to the Special Meeting of Fellows, 
March 17, 1913. 

Objects and Constitution. 

1. The Royal Colonial Institute is established to provide a place of meeting for 
all gentlemen connected with the Colonies and British India, and others taking an 
interest in Colonial and Indian affairs ; to establish a Reading-room and a Library, 
in which recent and authentic intelligence upon Colonial and Indian subjects may be 
constantly available, and a Museum for the collection and exhibition of Colonial and 
Indian productions ; to facilitate interchange of experiences amongst persons repre- 
senting all the Dependencies of Great Britain ; to afiord opportunities for the reading of 
Papers, and for holding discussions upon Colonial and Indian subjects generally ; and 
to undertake scientific, literary, and statistical investigations in connection with the 
British Empire. But no Paper shall be read, nor any discussion be permitted to take 
place, tending to give to the Institute a party character. 

2. The Institute consists of Resident, Non-Resident, and Honorary Fellows and 
(subject as hereinafter mentioned) Associates. A Resident Fellow is a Fellow who 



Rules. 13 

has his permanent home in the United Kingdom. A Non-Resident Fellow is a 
Fellow who has his permanent home outside the United Kingdom. 

3. The Institute shall not make or distribute any gift, dividend, division, or bonus, 
in money, unto or between any of its Fellows. 

4. The government of the Institute, and the management of all its concerns, are 
entrusted to the Council, subject to the Rules of the Institute. 

5. Every Resident Fellow shall be eligible to fill any of the offices of the Council. 
Non-Resident Fellows shall, subject to the provisions of the Rules, be eligible to fill the 
office of Vice-President. 

6. The Council shd,Il be chosen from the Fellows, and shall consist of a President, 
Vice-Presidents, of whom not more than one-third may be selected from Non-Resident 
Fellows, twenty- four Councillors, a Treasurer, and a Secretary (when honorary). The 
Council shall have power to fill up any vacancies occurring in the above offices during 
the interval between the Annual Meetings ; such ad interim appointments to be subject 
to confirmation at the next succeeding Annual Meeting. 

7. A portion of the Council shall retire periodically, viz. the President every second 
year, and one-fourth, or the nearest number thereto and not exceeding the same, of the 
Vice-Presidents, and one-eighth, or the nearest number thereto and not exceeding the 
same, of the Councillors every year in rotation ; the names of those so retiring to be 
previously announced by the Council, as hereinafter provided. The President and 
Vice-Presidents so retiring shall be eligible for re-election, but the retiring Councillors 
shall not be eligible for re-election till one year shall have elapsed. 

8. The Vice-Presidents and the Councillors to retire in any year shall be those who 
have been longest in office. As between two and more who have been in office an equal 
length of time, the Vice-President or Councillor, as the case may be, to retire, shall be 
determined by lot. The length of time a Vice-President or Councillor has been in 
office shall be computed from his last election. In the case of Non-Resident Vice- 
Presidents, the Council may, il they think it advantageous or desirable, exempt any 
such Non-Resident Vice-Presidents from such retirement by rotation, but this shall 
not aSect the total number of retirements during any one year. 

9. If any Councillor shall fail to attend the Meetings of the Council for six consecu- 
tive calendar months, except by leave of the Council, the office of such Councillor shall 
thereupon become vacant. 

Admission, &c., of Fellows. 

10. Every gentleman, being a British subject, desirous of admission into the 
Institute as a Fellow, must be proposed and recommended according to the Form 
No. 1 in the Appendix hereto ; and such recommendation must be subscribed 
by two Fellows at least, one of whom must certify his personal knowledge and 
approval of such candidate. 

11. The certificate thus filled up shall be delivered to the Secretary, and shall 
be exh ibited in a conspicuous place in the Rooms of the Institute for at least one 
week previous to election, in order that any Fellow objecting to the Candidate may 
comm unicate with the Council thereon. 

12. The election of Fellows is entrusted to the Council, and the names of those 
so elec ted shall be regularly announced from the chair at each Ordinary Meeting. 

■^ 13. Notice of Election shall be sent within three days to every newly elected 
Fellow, together with a copy of the Rules of the Institute and a List of the Fellows 



14 Royal Colonial Institute. 

and Associates. But no election of a Fellow shall be complete, neither shall the 
name of any person so elected be printed in any list of the Institute, nor shall he be 
entitled to exercise any of the privileges of a Fellow until he shall have paid his first 
year's subscription, and his admission fee, or shall have compounded for the same as 
hereinafter provided for ; and unless these payments be made within three calendar 
months from the date of election, such election shall be void ; this time may, how- 
ever, be extended at the discretion of the Council. 

14. Gentlemen resident in the Colonies or India, or elsewhere out of the United 
Kingdom, being British subjects, may be elected as Non-Eesident Fellows in the 
same manner as Eesident Fellows. Should any such Non-Resident Fellow come 
to the United Kingdom permanently to reside, he shall be required to pay an ad- 
mission fee of Three Pounds (less the sum, if any, paid by him as an admission fee 
on election as a Non-Resident Fellow), and become a Resident Fellow of the 
Institute ; but the last mentioned additional fee shall not be payable by any such 
Non-Resident FeUow of fifteen years standing or upwards. 

15. The Council shall have the power of appointing as Honorary Fellows, Foreigners 
or Colonists of distinction, or other persons, whose association with the Institute may 
be considered advantageous ; but such Honorary Fellows shall not be entitled to 
vote nor fill any office in the Institute. 

16. Any Fellow may withdraw from the Institute by signifying his wish to do so 
by letter, addressed to the Secretary at the rooms of the Institute ; provided always 
that such Fellow shall continue to be liable for his annual subscription for the year 
in which he signifies his wish to withdraw. He shall further continue liable for 
such annual subscription until he shall have discharged all sums, if any, due by 
him to the Institute, and shall have returned all books or other property borrowed 
by him of the Institute ; or shall have made full compensation for the same, if lost 
or not forthcoming. 

17. The name of the Institute shall not be used as an address on any circular 
letter, report, correspondence, or document of a business character intended for 
publication, or any prospectus of a public company. 

18. Whensoever there shall appear to the Council to be cause for the removal of 
the name of any FeUow of the Institute from the List of Fellows, or on receipt of 
a requisition to that efiect with the reasons stated and signed by not less than twenty 
Fellows of the Institute, the subject shall be taken into consideration by the Council ; 
and if the Members of the Council present in each case and being not less than 
twelve in number shall by a majority of not less than three-fourths determine to 
remove such Fellow, his name shall be cancelled in the Register of Fellows, provided 
that no such resolution shall be acted upon in the case of a Life Fellow unless the 
resolution of the Council to remove such Fellow shall be confirmed by an ordinary 
majority at a subsequent Meeting of the Council at which not less than twelve 
Councillors are present. 

Fees and Subscriptions. 

19. Every Resident Fellow shall, on his election, be required to pay Three Pounds 
as his admission fee, and Two Pounds as his annual subscription for the year ending 
on the 31st December then next ensuing ; or he may compound for his annual sub- 
scription, either at his entrance by the payment of Twenty Pounds, or after the 
payment of five or more annual subscriptions by the payment of Fifteen Pounds. 



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20. Every Non-Resident Fellow shall, on his election, be required to pay one 
Guinea as his admission fee, and One Guinea as his annual subscription for the 
year ending the 31st December then next ensuing ; or he may compound for such 
subscription by the payment of Ten Pounds ; or after the payment of twenty or 
more annual subscriptions by the payment of Five Pounds. Any Non-Residenfc 
Fellow who shall have become a Resident Fellow and wishes to compound, may 
do so by the payment of Twenty Pounds, or, if he shall have compounded as a 
Non-Resident Fellow, by the payment of the same sum as would have been required 
from a Resident Fellow, deducting the amount already paid on his compounding as 
a Non-Resident Fellow. 

21. Any Resident Fellow absent from the United Kingdom for the whole of any calen- 
dar year shall be hable to pay the Non-Resident Fellow's subscription of One Guinea 
only, if he shall have given notice in waiting to the Secretary of his intended absence. 

22. Any Non-Resident Fellow arriving in the United Kingdom, and remaining 
in the United Kingdom for a period of twelve months, shall pay the Resident Fellow's 
subscription of Two Pounds per annum (less the amount already paid as a Non- 
Resident Fellow for that year), and shall continue to pay the same during his temporary 
stay in the United Kingdom. 

23. The Council shall have the power of electing as a Resident Fellow or as a 
Non-Resident Fellow any person who, being a British subject, has been previously 
appointed as an Honorary Fellow and that without his becoming liable to any entrance 
fee, but he shall upon his election become liable to the appropriate annual subscrip- 
tion and to observe the Rules of the Institute. 

24. All subscriptions shall be due and payable on the 1st of January in each year. 

25. No Fellow shall be entitled to vote, and no Fellow shall be entitled to enjoy 
any other privilege of the Institute so long as he shall continue in arrear. Honorary 
Fellows are not required to make any payments. The amount of annual subscription 
to be paid by Fellows absent from England, or joining late in the year, or for a 
limited time, may be varied by the Council. 

26. A List of the Fellows who shall be in arrear at the time of the Annual Balance 
of the Accounts of the Institute shall be laid by the Treasurer before the Auditors to 
be certified by them. 

27. Once in every year the name of every Resident Fellow in arrear for three 
months, or, in the case of a Non-Resident Fellow, for twelve months, together with a 
statement of the arrear, shall be reported to the Council by the Finance Committee, 
and immediate notice of the same, with an account of such arrear, shall be forwarded 
to each such Fellow, whose name shall have been so reported, at his last known address. 
If the arrear be not paid within one calendar month, or, in the case of a Non-Resident 
Fellow, within twelve calendar months from the date of siich notice, or within such 
further time as the Council may grant upon special cause to them shown, the name of 
the Fellow so reported, together with a statement of the arrear, shall be suspended 
in the Rooms of the Institute. If the arrear shall not be discharged within three 
months after such suspension, the Council may remove the name of such Fellow from 
the List of Fellows. 

Council. 

28. The President, two Vice-Presidents, or any four Councillors, may at any time 
call a Special Meeting of the Council, and when such Meeting is to be held every Member 



16 Royal Colonial Institute. 

of the Goiincil residing in the United Kingdom shall be summoned by notice specifying 
the object thereof. 

29. In all Meetings of the Council five shall be a quorum ; and all questions shall 
be decided by open vote, unless a ballot be demanded by any three Fellows present. 

30. Minutes of the proceedings of every Meeting of the Council shall be taken during 
their progress, in a rough book, by the Secretary, or, in case of his absence, by a Fellow 
present, whom the President or Chairman shall appoint for the occasion ; they shall 
be afterwards copied into a fair Minute-book to be kept for that purpose, read at the 
next Meeting of the Council, and, when confirmed, signed by the President or 
Chairman. 

31. The Accounts of the Institute shall be from time to time examined by the 
Council, who shall present and cause to be read to the Annual Meeting a complete 
statement thereof, together with a report on the general affairs of the Institute during 
the preceding year. 

32. The Council shall, from time to time, publish the proceedings and transactions 
of the Institute, and accompany them with maps, papers, and other matter, as occasion 
may require. 

33. Each Fellow shall be entitled to a copy of the publications of the Institiite ; 
but the mode of distribution shall be decided by the Council. 

34. The Council shall, so soon as convenient, establish a Library, Reading-room, 
and Museum, to which all Fellows, and strangers provided with an order from a Fellow, 
shall be admitted, under such restrictions as may appear to the Council necessary. 

35. The Council may appoint persons, not being Members of the Council, to be 
salaried Ofiicers, Clerks, or Servants, for carrying on the necessary concerns of the 
Institute, and may define the duties to be performed by them respectively ; and may 
allow to them respectively such salaries, gratuities, and privileges as to the Council 
may seem proper ; and may suspend or discharge any Ofl&cer, Clerk, or Servant from 
office, whenever there shall seem to them occasion for so doing. 

36. The Council may appoint in any Colony or Dependency of the British Empire, 
or elsewhere when it may seem expedient, one or more Fellows as Corresponding 
Secretary or Secretaries. 

Committees. 

37. There shall be four permanent working Committees of Council, namely : 
1, General Purposes ; 2, House and Library ; 3, Emigration ; 4, Trade and Industry. 

38. Twice at least in each year a Committee of the Council shall examine, in detail, 
the state of the Household, the Secretary's department, and the degree of care displayed 
in keeping the Ofiicial Books, the Library, the Museum, &c. 

39. The Council may refer particular subjects to Committees, and such Committees 
shall report to the Council the result of their proceedings. 

40. All Committees shall be appointed by the Council. The President, Chairman 
of the Council, and Secretary (when honorary) shall, ex officio, be Members of all 
Committees. 

41. No act, order, or resolution of any Committee shall bind the Institute unless it 
be done or made by the direction and authority of the Council, or be ratified by them. 

42. It shall be competent for the Council to invite the co-operation of persons, 
not Fellows of the Institute, but who have special knowledge of any particular subject, 
and to place such persons on any Committee which may be appointed. 



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President. 



43. The President, when present, presides at all Meetings oi the Council and of the 
Fellows. The Council shall annually elect a Chairman of the Council, who shall hold 
office for one year, and shall be eligible for re-election, and shall preside in the ab- 
sence of the President. In the absence of the President, and of the Chairman of the 
Council, one of the Vice-Presidents, or one of the Members of the Council, shall supply 
the place of the President or Chairman of the Council. 

44. It is the duty of the Chairman of the Council to carry out the Rules of the 
Institute, to see that all the Officers of the Institute, and Members of the Council and 
of Committees perform the duties assigned to or undertaken by them respectively ; 
to call for Reports and Accounts from Committees and persons ; to cause of his own 
authority, and, when necessary, Special Meetings of the Council and of the Committees 
to be summoned ; and to propose, from time to time, to the Council such measures 
as shall appear to him conducive to the welfare of the Institute. 

45. It is the duty of the Chairman of the Council, conjointly with the Council, 
to consider and resolve on the names of Fellows who are to be recommended at the 
Annual Meeting to fill up all vacant offices. 

46. When prevented from being present at the Meetings of the Fellows or Council, 
or from otherwise attending to the current business of the Institute, the Chairman of 
the Council will be expected to give timely notice thereof to one of the Vice-Presidents, 
or, in their absence, to some other Member of the Council, or to the Secretary, in order 
that his place may be properly supplied. 

47. The President, or, in his absence, the Chairman for the time being, shall have 
power to rule and regulate the discussions arising at any Meeting of the Institute. 

48. In all Meetings of the Institute and Council, except in the cases otherwise 
provided for, the decision of a majority of the Fellows voting shall be considered as 
a decision of the Meeting, the President or Chairman having a casting vote, in addition 
to his own vote. 

Treasurer. 

49. The Treasurer has special charge of all Accounts, and shall see to the collection 
of all sums of money due to the Institute, which, when received, shall be immediately 
paid to the Bankers of the Institute. 

50. In concert with the Secretary, the Treasurer shall keep a List of the Fellows 
of the Institute, with the name and address of each accurately set forth, which List, 
with all Books of Account, shall be laid on the table at every Ordinary Meeting of the 
Council. 

5L He shall pay all Accounts due by the Institute, as soon as they have been ex- 
amined and approved by the Council. But no drafts on its Bankers shall be payable 
unless signed by two of the Council and countersigned by the Secretary. The Accounts 
of the Treasurer shall be annually audited by a firm of Chartered Accountants appointed 
by the Fellows at the Annual General Meeting. 

Ordinary Meetings. 

52. The Ordinary Meetings shall be held on such evenings, and at such hour, as 
may from time to time be fixed by the Council. 

53. Visitors, if introduced by Fellows, may be present at the Ordinary Meetings, 



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Buch privilege of introducing Visitors being limited to one only for each Fellow ; but 
should a Fellow desire to introduce a second visitor he can obtain from the Secretary 
a special card of admission. 

54. At the Ordinary Meetings the order of proceedings shall be as follows : — 

A. The Minutes of the last Meeting to be read, and, if their accuracy be not 
questioned by the Meeting, to be signed by the President or Chairman. 

B. Election of Candidates to be announced. 

C. Papers and Communications to be read and discussed. 

55. At the Ordinary Meetings of the Institute nothing relating to its Kules or 
Management, except as regards the election of Fellows, shall be brought forward, 
unless the same shall have been announced in the notice calling the Meeting, or be 
otherwise provided for in these Rules. But the Minute-book of the Council shall 
be on the table at each Meeting, and extracts therefrom may be read to the Meeting 
on the requisition of any Fellow. 

56. No paper shall be read at any Ordinary Meeting of the Institute unless it 
shall have been approved of by the Council or by the Committee on Papers and 
Publications ; but this approval shall not be taken as expressing an opinion upon the 
statements made or the arguments used in such Paper. 

Special Meetings. 

57. The Council may at any time call a Special General Meeting of the Institute, 
and it shall be imperative on the Council to summon such Meeting, whenever required 
in writing so to do by at least twenty-five Fellows of the Institute. 

58. A week's notice at least of the time when, and the object for which, every 
Special Meeting is to be holden shall be sent to every Resident Fellow and to every 
Non-Resident Fellow of the Institute who has registered an address for service in the 
United Kingdom ; and no other business than that of which notice has been thus 
given shall be entered upon or discussed at such Meeting. 

59. A Special General Meeting, convened as herein provided, may be holden on 
any one of the days appointed for the Ordinary General Meetings, in which case the 
special business shall be entered upon immediately after the ordinary business of the 
day is closed. 

60. Thirty Fellows must be present to constitute a Special General Meeting. 

Annual Meeting. 

61. The Anniial Meeting shall be held not later than the month of May. 

62. Every Non-Resident Fellow shall be at Hberty to register at the Institute 
an address for service of notices in the United Kingdom. 

63. Notice of this Meeting shall be sent to every Resident Fellow and to every 
Non-Resident Fellow of the Institute who has registered an address for ser^ace in 
the United Kingdom, together Avith the Voting List referred to in Rule 65, and such 
notice and Voting List shall be sent as soon after the Ordinary Meeting referred to 
in Rule 65 as possible, and at least fourteen days before the day of the Annual Meeting. 
Notice of the Annual Meeting shall also be inserted in two or more EngUsh newspapers 
at least one week before the day of the Meeting. 

64. The business of this Meeting shall be to receive and discuss the Annual Report 



Rules. 19 

of the Council, to hear the President's Address, to announce the result of the voting 
for the election of Fellows to fill the vacancies on the Council, and to consider such 
business as shall be brought forward by the Council or with the sanction of the Council, 
and which shall have been stated in the notice convening such Meeting. 

65. For the purpose of filling the vacancies annually occurring under the provisions 
of Eule 7 in the Council, the Council shall prepare a List of Fellows, to be nominated 
by them as suitable to fill the vacancies to occur at the end of the year in the offices 
of President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Councillors. The Council shall nominate 
a sufficient number of Fellows to fill the vacancies for that year, and then there shall 
be added to such List the name of any Fellow nominated since the last Annual General 
Meeting in writing by not less than twenty Eesident Fellows for the office of Councillor, 
the consent in writing of such Candidate having been first obtained and forwarded 
with the nomination to the Secretary at least twenty-eight days previous to the date 
of the Annual Meeting. Provided always, that no Resident Fellow (who is not a 
member of the CouncU) may nominate more than one Fellow for the office of Councillor 
in any one year. Such List shall be the Voting List for the Annual Election. If no 
Fellow shall be nominated for the office of Councillor aforesaid in addition to the 
nominations by the Council, the Fellows nominated by the Council to fill the vacancies 
in the various offices for that year shall be deemed respectively elected without any 
ballot being necessary, and the Voting List need not be printed and circulated. If 
there shall be additional nominations for the office of Councillor the Voting List shall 
be printed, and a copy thereof sent by post, with all requisite instructions for voting 
and an official envelope, with the notice convening the Annual Meeting, to every 
Resident Fellow and every Non-Resident Fellow of the Institute who has registered an 
address for service in the United Kingdom, and shall be returned in the official envelope 
to the Secretary, duly filled up and signed by such Fellow, at least three clear days 
before the Annual Meeting. At the Ordinary Meeting next before each Annual 
Meeting two Fellows shall be chosen to act as Scrutineers for the purpose of the voting 
for the ensuing year, one of whom shall be nominated and appointed by and on behalf 
of the Council, and the other by and on behalf of the Fellows. The Scrutineers so 
appointed whenever a ballot takes place shall, prior to the Annual Meeting, open 
the official envelopes received by the Secretary containing the Voting Lists and count 
the votes and report in writing to the Council the names of those duly elected, together 
with the names of those, if any, for whom an equality of votes may have been cast. In 
the event of an equahty of votes, the result shall be determined by vote of the Council 
on the day of the Annual Meeting. Any Voting List on which a Fellow has voted 
for a number, either more or less, than the necessary number of persons to fill up 
the vacancies in the offices of President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, and Councillors 
respectively, shall be rejected by the Scrutineers. The Notice of Meeting and the 
Voting List shall be in the form set forth in the Schedule to these Rules, or as near 
thereto as may be. 

66. The chair shall be taken at the hour appointed in the Notice of the Meeting, 
or as soon thereafter as twenty Fellows shall be present. 

Associates. 

67. Ladies being British subjects wherever resident, and gentlemen being British 
subjects resident in the United Kingdom, may be admitted to the enjoyment of the 
following privileges connected with the Institute, but shall not be corporate Members 



20 Royal Colonial Institute. 

or Fellows. They shall be called Associates and shall be entitled to receive a copy 
of the Monthly Journal of the Institute ; to attend any meeting held for the reading 
of papers, any Provincial Conferences of the Institute, and the Annual Conversazione, 
but they shall not be entitled to attend any Annual or Special General Meeting. 

68. The election of Associates is intrusted to the Council, and every candidate 
desiring to become an Associate must be proposed by a Fellow or Associate from 
personal knowledge according to form No. 2 in the Appendix hereto. 

69. Every Associate shall on election and on every succeeding 1st day of January 
pay £1 as his or her annual subscription for the current year ending on the 31st 
December next ensuing. 

70. The provisions contained in the under-mentioned Rules shall apply to 
Associates, but nothing in this or any other Rule shall confer upon Associates any 
privileges beyond those conferred by Rule 67. The Rules specially last above 
referred to are Nos. 13, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26, and 27. 

Alteration of Rules. 

71. Any alteration in these Rules, recommended by the Council, may be proposed 
at the Annual Meeting, or may be submitted at any Ordinary or Special Meeting, 
notice thereof having been given under the provisions of Rule 55, provided that 
such proposed alteration shall have been exhibited in a conspicuous place in the 
Rooms of the Institute, for at least one calendar month previous to the Meeting at 
which it shall be submitted. 

72. Any twenty-five Fellows may propose to the Council any new Rule, or 
the alteration or repeal of any existing Rule, by letter addressed to the Secretary ; 
and, if dissatisfied with the answer of the Council, they may require that their pro- 
position be referred to a Special General Meeting, which the Council shall convene 
for that purpose within one calendar month after receiving such requisition. 

73. No repeal or alteration of any of these Rules, nor addition thereto, shall be 
considered valid unless concurred in by three-fourths of the Fellows present and 
voting in each case. 



Appendix I. 21 



APPENDIX I. 



CERTIFICATE OF CANDIDATE FOR ELECTION. 



Name in full 
Title or Profession 
Residence 



a British Subject, being desirous of admission into the ROYAL COLONIAL 
INSTITUTE, We^ the undersigned, recommend him as eligible for Election 
as a Fellow 



Dated this day of .19 



.F.R.C.L 

from personal knowledge 



Proposed 19 



Elected 19 



The Description and Residence of Candidates must be clearly stated. 



22 Royal Colonial Institute, 



APPENDIX II. 



CERTIFICATE OF CANDIDATE FOR ELECTION AS ASSOCIATE. 



Name in full 
Title or Profession 
Residence 



a British Subject, being desirous of election as an Associate of the ROYAL 
COLONIAL INSTITUTE, I, the undersigned, recommend him or her as eligible 
for election as an Associate. 



Dated this day of 19 



F.R.C.I 

or 
A.R.C.L 



or - from personal knowledge. 



Proposed 19 



Elected 19 



The Description and Residence of Candidates must be clearly stated. 



Notice of Annual Meeting. 23 

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING 



Royal Colonial, Institute, 

Northumberland Avenue, 

London, W.C. 

19 
Dear Sir, — 

I am instructed to inform you that the Annual General Meeting of the Fellows will be held 
at on the 

May, 19 at o'clock, to receive and discuss the Annual Report of the Council, 

to hear the President's Addi-ess, to aimounce the result of the Voting for the Election of 
Fellows to fiU the vacancies on the Council, and to consider the following business : — 

(A) 
(B) 

The Council have, in accordance with the Rules, prepared a List of Fellows nominated as 
suitable to fill the vacancies to occur at the end of the year in the offices of President, Vice- 
Presidents, Treasurer, and Councillors. 

The President retires, pursuant to Rule 7, at the end of the present year, but is eligible and 
is nominated for re-election. 

The following Vice-Presidents retire, pursuant to the same rule, and are also eligible and 
nominated for re-election : — 



The following Councillors also retire pursuant to Rule 7 :- 



and are not eligible for re-election this year. 



Annexed is a copy of the total List of Fellows nominated to fill the above vacancies which, 
pursuant to Rule 65, is to be the Voting List for the Annual Election, It is to be signed and 
returned in the official envelope enclosed herewith to the Secretary at least three clear days 
before the Annual Meeting. 

Your attention is particularly requested to the instructions at the foot of the Voting List. 

I am, dear Sir, 

Your obedient servant. 

Secretary. 



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Royal Colonial Institute. 



ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE. 



VOTING LIST. 



To ie signed and returned on or before the 


19 




President. 


space for X. 










Vice-Presidents ( names must be voted for and 

no more.) 




1 






2 






3 






4 






5 






6 






7 








Councillors ( names must be voted for and no 

more.) 




1 






2 






3 






4 






5 






6 






7 






8 








Treasurer, 











Directions to Fellows using Voting List. 

1. The voter is to put a X against the names of those for whom he wishes to vote. Nothing else may be written 
on any Voting List, and the Voting List must be signed by the voter. 

2. Any Voting List on which a Feliow has voted for a number, either more or less, than the number of persons 
necessary to fill up the vacancies in the respective offices will be rejected by the Scrutineers. 

3. The voter may not in forwarding the Voting List use any envelope other than the one enclosed for his partieular 
use, which must be fastened down and the postage prepaid. 

4. By Rule 25 no Fellow shall be entitled to vote if his subscription is in arrear. 
,*, If the foregoing directions he not complied with by any voter his List will be refected and his votes Kill be lost. 

Date 

Signature of Fellow 

Address .,. 



Form of Bequest. 26 



FORM OF BEQUEST. 



5 bCQUeatb the sum of £ to the Royal Colonial Institute, 

Incorporated by Royal Charter 1882, and I declare that the receipt of the 
Treasurer for the time being of the said Corporation shall be an efiectual 
discharge for the said Bequest which I direct to be paid within calendar 

months after my decease, without any reduction whatsoever, whether on account 
of Legacy Duty thereon or otherwise, out of such part of my estate as may 
be lawfully applied for that purpose. 



Those persons who feel disposed to benefit the Royal Colonial 
Institute hy Legacies are recommended to adopt the above Form of 
Bequest. 



26 Royal Colonial Institute. 



v.— THE INSTITUTE BUILDING. 

In the year 1869 the Institute occupied two rooms in the Westminster Palace Hotel, 
temporary office-room having been previously given in Victoria Chambers by Sir 
George Verdon, a Member of the CouncU. In the following year, rooms were acquired 
at 26 Suffolk Street, Pall Mall East. In 1871 the subject of house accommodation was 
again considered, and on November 20 of that year three rooms, constituting the first 
floor of 15 Strand, were engaged at an annual rental of £150. This accommodation 
was extended by taking in the upper floor of that house on January 7, 1873. 

In the year 1883 it was decided to acquire a permanent home for the Institute in 
lieu of the very inadequate premises hitherto occupied. The lease of a site in Northum- 
berland Avenue — the freehold of which has since been purchased — was secured, and, 
after a total expenditure of £50,000, fart of the present substantial and commodious 
building was occupied in 1885. 

The growing importance of the Institute, the widening of its scope, and increase of 
its membership rendered extension of the premises in occupation a matter of pressing 
urgency, and in June 1910 the opportunity was afforded to absorb and consoUdate 
the whole property for the use and benefit of the Fellows. 

Under a reconstruction scheme the premises in Northumberland Avenue were 
almost entirely rebuilt, with the idea of providing more suitable and adequate accom- 
modation. As a result, instead of the seven inconveniently small and inappropriate 
rooms formerly available, there are twenty-five well-equipped rooms, and the 
building as it now stands consists of five stories apportioned as follows : In 
the basement is the parhamentary library, and library store-rooms, together with 
lavatories, &c. On the ground floor is the entrance-hall, on the left of which is a 
general-room in which smoking is allowed and the daily papers, writing materials, &c., 
are available. On the right is a reception-room in which ladies, as well as the Fellows, 
can obtain tea and coffee, and meet their friends. On the right again are the hall 
porter's lodge where Fellows obtain their correspondence, and the general office, in 
which is the chief clerk's room. On the mezzanine floor is the Secretary's depart- 
ment. The general library occupies the whole of the first floor. On the 
half-landing between the first and second floors is the law library and map-room. 
On the second floor, occupying the whole of the frontage to Northumberland 
Avenue and the portion of the Craven Street premises, is the newspaper-room, 
a spacious apartment in which the newspapers, official gazettes, &c., from all 
parts of the Empire are regularly filed. On the third floor are the council-room and 
smoking-room, and on the fourth floor the editorial department, the Empire lectures 
department, a typewriting room for the use of the Fellows where letters can be 
dictated and typed, and the housekeeper's quarters. 




RECEPTION ROOM 




COUNCIL ROOM 



Privileges of Fellows and Associates. 27 



VI.— PRIVILEGES OF FELLOWS AND ASSOCIATES. 

The Institute consists of Kesident and Non-Resident Fellows, and Associates 
(wlio must be British Subjects). 

(a) FELLOWS. 

A Resident Fellow (who has a permanent home in the United Kingdom) pays an 
entrance fee of £3 and an annual subscription of £2 ; a Non-Resident Fellow (who has 
his permanent home outside the United Kingdom) pays an entrance fee of £1 Is. (which 
is increased to £3 when taking up permanent residence in the United Kingdom) unless 
be has been a Fellow for a period of 15 years, and an annual subscription of £1 Is. 
(which is increased to £2 when in the United Kingdom for more than twelve months). 
Resident Fellows can compound for the annual subscription by the payment of £20, 
or after five years' annual subscriptions of £2 on payment of £15 ; and Non-Resident 
Fellows can compound for the non-resident annual subscription on payment of £10, or 
after the payment of twenty or more annual subscriptions on the payment of £5. 

Privileges of Fellows. — The privileges of Fellows, whose subscriptions are not in 
arrear, include the use of the Institute building, which comprises reading, writing, 
reception, and smoking rooms ; a library containing nearly 100,000 volumes and 
pamphlets relating to the history, government, trade, resources and development 
of the British Dominions. The newspaper-room contains files of over 700 of the 
leading journals, magazines, and reviews of all parts of the Empire, which are regularly 
received and filed. Books may be borrowed — subject to the library" regulations — 
and the correspondence of Fellows may be addressed to the care of the Institute, 
a permanent postal and telegraphic address being thus afforded. Fellows are 
entitled to be present at the ordinary meetings, and to introduce one visitor ; 
to be present at any annual provincial conference ; to be present at the annual 
conversazione, and to introduce a lady. The Institute is open on week-days from 
9.30 A.M. to 8 P.M. The monthly journal, entitled United Empire, is forwarded 
to all Fellows whose addresses are known, free of charge. 



(b) ASSOCIATES. 

Ladies who are British subjects, wherever resident, and Gentlemen who are British 
subjects resident in the United Kingdom, may become Associates of the Royal Colonial 
Institute on payment of an annual subscription of £1. 

Associates, although not corporate members of the Institute, will be able : — 

1. To join with the Fellows in carrying out the great aims and objects of the 
Institute. 

2. They will receive a copy of the monthly Journal. 

3. May become members of local centres. 

4. Attend all meetings held for the reading of Papers, Empire Lectures, and 
Provincial Conferences. 

5. And also the Annual Conversazione in London. 

The election of Associates is made by the Council, and Candidates must be proposed 
by a Fellow or Associate from personal knowledge. 

2 



28 Royal Colonial Institute. 



VII.— PUBLICATIONS. 

Annual Volume of " Proceedings." 

In the year 1869 the first volume of the " Proceedings of the Eoyal Colonial Institute " 
was issued. It contained a complete report of the meeting called by public advertise- 
ment for the purpose of adopting measures for forming an Association to be called 
the Colonial Society, at which speeches were made by Viscount Bury (afterwards the 
Earl of Albemarle), the Right Hon. Chichester Fortescue, M.P., IVIr. Leonard Wray, 
Mr. A. H. Louis, the Marquis of Normanby, Mr. Baillie Cochrane, M.P., Sir H. Drum- 
mond Wolff, Mr. Edward Wilson, Mr. W. B. Hume, Sir Charles Nicholson, Mr. Henry 
Blaine, Mr. Marsh, M.P., and Mr. Selim Jackson. A full account of the proceedings 
at the inaugural dinner, at which Viscount Bury presided, also appeared in the volume. 
It was a memorable occasion in view of the fact that a large number of the leading 
politicians of the time representing the Motherland and the Overseas Dominions, 
Colonies and India were present, including Mr. Gladstone, Earl Granville, the Duke 
of Manchester, Sir Bartle Frere, Sir Charles Nicholson, Sir George E. Cartier, Sir Charles 
Clifford, Sir George Verdon, Sir George Macleay, Captain Charles Sturt, Sir James A. 
Youl, Mr. W. C. Wentworth, and many other distinguished men. In the report of the 
inaugural meeting, which was held in the Theatre of the Institution of Civil Engineers 
on March 15, 1869, Viscount Bury referred at some length to the great increase in the 
number of scientific and literary institutions which was observable at that time, and 
emphasised the fact that in his opinion an unnecessary number of institutions differing 
only slightly from each other in the objects which they professed to aim at, frittered away 
in the expenses of management funds which, under a system of cordial co-operation, 
would have been available for more extended and practical usefulness. He claimed that 
there was no society or body of men in existence in England dealing with the one great 
object of the Society — the diffusion of accurate information upon Colonial subjects 
among our countrymen. The first Paper read before the Institute dealt with " The 
Relations of the Colonies to the Mother Country," which was written by Mr. W. 
Westgarth, and is a subject that has always occupied a prominent place in the annual 
programme of the Institute. The Institute, through its publications, has done a vast 
amount of valuable work, more especially in diffusing accurate information to those 
in this country desiring to gain a knowledge of the various Overseas Possessions, as 
well as in shaping public opinion by quiet and steady educational work. The first 
volume of the " Proceedings " contained 216 pages, and the second 166. In 
succeeding years the size of the volume of " Proceedings " varied between 400 and 500 
pages. The " Proceedings " continued to be issued until the year 1909, when they 
were replaced by a monthly journal entitled United Empire. Forty volumes in 
all were issued. 

The " Journal." 

In the year 1890 it was decided to issue an additional publication to be known as 
the " Journal of the Royal Colonial Institute," to be published in advance of and in 
addition to the annual volume of " Proceedings." The first number appeared in 
December 1890, and it was issued during eight months of each year, viz. from 
December to July inclusive, until December 1909. The nxunber of volumes issued 
was nineteen. 



Meetings. 29 

" United Empire." 

During the year 1909, it having been decided that a review, or magazine, would be 
one of the most effective means for widening the sphere of influence of the Institute 
and increasing its popularity and usefulness, a new monthly journal, entitled United 
Empire, was issued on January 1, 1910, which superseded both the annual volume 
of " Proceedings " and the " Journal." This review is designed to traverse as far as 
possible the whole field of Imperial activities, and cannot fail to prove of advantage 
to the trader, manufacturer, and farmer, as well as to o£B.cials, politicians and others 
in all parts of the Empire. The yearly volume averages about one thousand pages, 
and contains numerous maps, illustrations and diagrams. Its contents comprise the 
Papers read at the meetings of the Institute, articles contributed by recognised authori- 
ties on Imperial questions, editorial notes, &c. Special sections are devoted to reviews 
and notices of books, pamphlets, &c., relating to all parts of the Overseas Empire ; to 
information regarding Empire trade and industry ; and to Greater Britain notes. 
The journal, which is not only sent to every Fellow and Associate of the Institute, 
but to institutions and clubs throughout the Empire, is edited by Mr. Archibald P«,. 
Colquhoun. 



VIII.— MEETINGS. 



The ordinary general meetings of the Institute at which Papers are read or addresses 
delivered are held on the second Tuesdays during the months of November to June at 
8.30 P.M. Afternoon meetings for the same purpose are also held during the above- 
mentioned months at 4 p.m. The Papers are often illustrated by lantern slides, and 
the subjects are so selected as to embrace all parts of the Overseas Empire. A discus- 
sion takes place upon all occasions. The evening meetings are preceded by a dinner, 
which takes place at 7 o'clock, and is attended by Fellows and their friends, both 
ladies and gentlemen, and so assists in promoting acquaintanceship amongst them. 
The following Papers were read and discussed during the Session 1912-13 :— 

" The Imperial Emigrant." By Arthur Hawkes. 

" The New Pacific." By Dr. T. Miller Maguire. 

" Travel and Sport in East Africa." By Lieut. -Colonel J. H. Patterson, D.S.O. 

" Hong-Kong's Part in China's Reform." By the Ven. E. Judd Barnett, M.A. (Archdeacon 
of Hong-Kong). 

" The Federated Malay States." By Sir Ernest Birch, K.C.M.G. 

" British Columbia and her Imperial Outlook." By F. B. Vrooman, Ph.D., B.Sc. (Oxon). 

" The Boundaries of British Guiana." By J. A. J. de ViUiers. 

" The Faith of an ImperiaUst." By Elhs T. Powell, LL.B., B.Sc. 

" Universities and Practical Education." By Professor A. E. Shipley. 

" Mountain Trails in the Rockies of Canada." By Mrs. Henshaw. 

" Settlement by ' Whites ' of Tropical Austraha." By Hon. J. M. Creed, M.L.C., New 
South Wales. 

" The Panama Canal and its Relation to the British Empire." By Vaughan Cornish, D.Sc, 

" Some Problems of Empire." By Hon. George E. Foster (Minister of Trade and Commerce. 
Canada). 



30 Royal Colonial Institute. 

" Canadian Loans in London." By Sir F. Williams Taylor. 

" The Purpose of Life in the East and in the West." By Sir Bampfylde Fuller, 
K.C.S.I., CLE. 

" Queensland's Railways." By Major Sir Thomas Robinson, K.C.M.G. (Agent-General 
for Queensland). 

" Austrahan Literature and Art." By WiUiam Moore. 

" Medical Science and the Tropics." By Major Sir Ronald Ross, K.C.B., M.D., F.R.S. 

" Northern Nigeria as I Saw It." By J. Astley Cooper. 

" Some Less-known Islands in the Pacific." By Sir Everard im Thurn, K.C.M.G., C.B. 

" A Journey down the Tana River in the East Africa Protectorate." By W. McGregor 
Ross. 

" Some Aspects of the Evolution of the British Empire." By the Right Hon. Sir George 
Reid, G.C.M.G. 

" Imperial Defence and Closer Union." By Viscount Hythe. 

" Land and the W^oman in Canada." By Miss Binnie Clark. 

" Agriculture and Land Settlement in South Africa." By William Macdonald, Sc.D. 

" Australia and the Empire." By Hon. W. A. Watt (Premier of Victoria). 



IX.— THE LIBRARY. 



The library of the Royal Colonial Institute contains over ninety thousand 
volumes and pamphlets relating to the British Dominions, Colonies, and India, or 
discussing problems of administration and colonisation. One of the objects for which 
the Institute was founded was the formation of such a library, but owing to lack of 
funds little progress was made until the Cotmcil were in a position to vote a small 
annual grant. In 1881, thirteen years after the foundation of the Institute, the library 
only contained 2500 volumes, but from about the year 1886 substantial progress 
was made, so that at the present time it can claim to possess the most complete 
collection of Colonial literature brought together under one roof. Although many 
valuable and necessary books were annually purchased, the substantial increase of recent 
years is largely attributable to donations from the various Overseas Governments and 
India, the Secretaries of State, the different learned societies, Chambers of Commerce, 
and other public bodies, and from publishers and authors in all parts of the Empire. 
Co-operation from these quarters has enabled the Institute to gather together a unique 
collection which is of great value to students of Empire topics and to all those who are 
seeking information with regard to the administration, resources, trade, history, law, 
ethnology, and general conditions of the wide domains under the British flag. The 
library, the main portion of which is situated on the first floor of the Institute building, 
is divided into as many sections as there are separate administrative units within the 
Empire. These sections are further subdivided according to subjects, so that all the 
books on a given topic are found together on the shelves. To take a specific example : 
under Canada will be found the books dealing with the history, agriculture, fauna, 
education, &c., of the Dominion, each contained in separate divisions. The parlia- 
mentary library, which contains the Blue-books, parliamentary reports, debates, 
sessional papers, government gazettes, and general official literature issued by the 
Overseas Governments, is contained in the basement. In these official publications 




LIBRARY 



The Library. 31 

is hidden away an immense amount of information of value to students of sociology, 
history, ethnology, &c. Of specially important publications may be mentioned the 
various geological, archasological, ethnological, and other surveys, the gazetteers 
issued by the Indian Government, and the difierent departmental reports. This room 
has been fitted with roUing book-stacks which contain long sets of periodicals, agricul- 
tural journals, and publications of a similar nature, including a collection of colonial 
municipal reports, regulations, and mayors' minutes. On the ground floor are some 
of the proceedings of the learned and literary societies, many of which are of great 
importance. It is only necessary to name a few, such as the Royal Society of Canada, 
the Royal Societies of Victoria and other Australian States, the Royal Geographical 
Societies of the different portions of the Empire, as well as the British and Foreign 
Geographical Societies, such as those of London, Liverpool, Paris, Lisbon, Vienna, 
Madrid, and Antwerp. Next to the general library, on the first floor, is situated the 
law library and map-room. This portion of the library is one of its most valuable 
sections, for it not only contains almost complete sets of the statutes of the Dominions, 
Colonies, and India, but also long sets of the various law reports and law journals and 
many treatises on special aspects of Colonial law. 

The practical importance of the law library has been demonstrated by the frequent 
reference to its contents by lawyers engaged upon Privy Council and other legal work 
connected with the Dominions and Crown Colonies. In the law library is also kept 
an extensive collection of several thousand maps and charts, presented mainly by 
the Admiralty, the War Ofiice, and the Overseas Governments. 

The additions to the library are catalogued upon cards, and every item which 
deals in any way with the British Empire, be it book, pamphlet, or magazine article, 
is carefully noted for future reference. The first printed catalogue was published 
in 1881, and the last in 1901, since which date no catalogue has been issued for 
distribution. The printed catalogues form a fairly complete bibliography of the literary 
activities of the Empire, and the manuscript catalogues reveal the immense range of 
literature published during recent years. Amongst the treasures of the library are 
many books of great value and rarity, both bibliographically and historically. 
The collection of drawings made by William Westall, A.R.A., who accompanied 
Flinders on his expedition to the shores of Australia in 1801-2, is unique, as are 
those of scenes in the Transvaal and in Rhodesia made by A. A. Anderson. The 
collection of books relating to Australia is extensive, and contains the chief col- 
lections of voyages to the South Seas, a valuable set of Gould's Birds, and many 
scarce pamphlets. The Dominion of Canada is also well represented, and amongst 
the rarer books may be noted Colden's " History of the Five Nations " (1747) ; Jeffrey's 
" Natural and Civil History of the French Dominions in North and South America " 
(1761) ; Rogers' " Account of North America " (1765) ; Sagard's " Le Grand Voyage du 
Pays des Hurons " (1632) ; Bacqueville's " Histoire de I'Amerique Septentrionale " ; 
Charlevoix' " Histoire de La Nouvelle France " (1744), and the celebrated series of 
the Jesuit Relations. The literature relating to the West Indies is extensive, and 
contains Davies' " History of the Caribby Islands" (1666) ; Burton's " English Empire 
in America " (1685) ; Blome's " Jamaica " (1672), and Hickeringill's " Jamaica Viewed," 
an extremely rare publication issued in 1661. The African section. Eastern, Western, 
and Southern, is of great interest. Here are the sumptuous volumes issued by Ogilby 
in 1670, containing some of the earhest illustrations of the Cape, the quaint literary 
hoax written by Damberger in 1801, Kolbe's " Present State of the Cape " (1718), and 
the works of the principal African voyagers and discoverers, such as Sparmann, 



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Paterson, Barrow, Lichtenstein, Le Vaillant, Latrobe, Burchell, and many others. A 
splendid edition of Daniell's " African Scenery and Animals," and other rare 
illustrated works add distinction to this section of the library. The Indian section 
also contains many of the more important works relating to India, and a special section 
is devoted to Egypt and the Sudan. Nor are the smaller dependencies neglected. 
There is quite a collection of literature relating to the Falkland Islands, and even 
such small islands as the Cocos-Keeling group and Fanning Island have their section 
in the catalogue as well as on the shelves. Of general works of travel attention 
may be directed to those known as Hakluyt (1598-1600) ; Purchas (1625-6) ; 
ChurchiU (1732); Harleian (1745); Harris (1705); Callander (1788); Burney 
(1803-17) ; Pinkerton (1808) ; Astley (1745-7) ; Kerr (lSll-24) ; Ramusio 
(1554-83), and Prevost (1746-70), and the publications of the Hakluyt, Navy 
Records, Linschoten, and similar societies. Among special sections may be 
mentioned one containing the prose and poetic writings of Colonial litterateurs. 
The importance of the growing national literatures of Canada, Australia, and 
even South Africa is attested by the si/e of the special sections. There is also a 
botanical section in which the chief works on the floras of the Colonies are kept, 
and a language section containing publications on and in native languages is being 
formed. A journey round the bookshelves reveals the greatness of the British 
Empire, and brings home in a better way than can perhaps be done elsewhere the 
vast amount of literature that has been written about the British possessions. The 
library is becoming more and more known to literary workers, and many well-known 
works on subjects of colonial and imperial interest have been written within its 
walls. 



X.— THE NEWSPAPER-ROOM. 



Seven hundred and twenty-five newspapers, journals, and magazines are received and 
filed at the Institute. Most of the monthly and quarterly magazines are kept in the 
library or on tables in the law-room, but the newspapers and weekly journals are 
displayed on stands in the newspaper-room. They include periodical publications from 
every portion of the British Empire, which are arranged in different sections, and can 
be easily and quickly found. It may be stated that almost every newspaper of any 
importance is received, many of them being presented by their publishers. Fellows 
from overseas and Resident Fellows who have returned to the Mother Country, find 
the newspaper-room one of the most useful features of the Institute, for by means of the 
files of current papers they are enabled to keep in close touch with events in the 
portion of the Empire with which they are connected. No other institution has so good 
a display of Colonial periodical publications. It would be invidious to point out any 
special paper or journal, but attention may be directed to the various classes of 
papers that are filed in this room. First are the daily newspapers published in 
the capitals and chief cities of the Empire, and reflecting the political and social 
life of their respective spheres. The majority of these are, after the expiration of 
one year, handed over to the British Museum for permanent storage, and Fellows 
of the Institute may always consult back files on presentation of their card to the 
Museum officials. Then there are the official gazettes from every State in the Empire, 




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whicli are kept permanently in the Institute so that they may be available for reference 
at any time. Many important trade journals, both of a technical and commercial 
character, are also received, and by their aid the business man is able to follow the 
different commercial movements in the Empire. There are in addition a number of 
papers and magazines of a special character, relating to medicine and tropical hygiene, 
mining, engineering, and tropical products ; whilst the magazines include the 
chief British and overseas monthlies, and reflect every phase of thought. The 
magazines also include the agricultural journals of the different States, the periodical 
journals of the chief British, Colonial, and foreign learned societies, the journals 
of the principal geographical societies, a number of reviews dealing with anthropo- 
logical and linguistic topics, and the various law reports and legal journals published 
in the Overseas Dominions. 



XL LIST OF NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES. 

This List does not include the" large number of Transactions of Societies received 
in bound volumes, nor official publications appearing at irregular intervals. 

The asterisk denotes periodicals that are kept in the Library for permanent 
reference ; the others, after being kept on file, are sent to the British Museum, where 
they are available for the use of Fellows. 

Contractions : D = Daily, F = Fortnightly, M = Monthly, Q = Quarterly, 
W = Weekly. 



UNITED KINGDOM. 



1 Academy (W). 

2 African Engineering {M}. 

3 African Mail (W). 

4 *African World {W). 

o Agricultural Economist and Horticultural 
Mail [M).],^' 

6 *Anti-Slavery Reporter and Aborigines' 

Friend (Q). \ 

7 Appointments Gazette (Cambridge). 

8 Arena (M). 

9 *Army Review (Q). 

10 *Army Service Corps Quarterly. 

11 Athenseum {W). 

12 Australasian World (W). 

12a Bankers' Magazine {M). 

13 Blackwood's Magazine (M). 

14 *Board of Trade Journal (W). 

15 British and South African Export Gazette 

(M). 

16 *British Australasian. 

17 *British Empire Review : organ of the 
|. "1 <* British Empire League (M). 

18 * British 'Museum ^^ Catalogue of Books: 

Accessions. 

19 British South Africa Export Gazette (ilf ). 

20 British Trade Journal (M). 



21 *Bulletin of Entomological Research (Q). 
21a*Bulletin of the British Library of Political 

Science (Q). 

22 *Bulletin of the Imperial Institute ((?). 

23 *Bulletin of the Institution of Mining and 

Metallurgy. 

24 Bystander (W). 



25 *Canada (W). 

26 Canadian Agency Trade Circular (W). 
Canadian Gazette (IF). 
Canadian Mail (W). 
Canadian News (W). 
Capitalist (W). 

♦Caribbeana {Q). 

Century Illustrated Monthly. 
♦Chamber of Commerce Journal (M). 

34 *Church Missionary Review (31). 

35 *C.M.S. Gazette (M). 
Civil Engineering (M). 
Clark's Educator (IF). 
Cold Storage and Produce Review (M). 
Colonial Consignment and Distributing 
!' Company Meat Market Report (ilf ). 
Colonial Life (31). 

41 *Colonial Oifice Journal (Q). 

42 Coloniser (31). 



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43 Commercial Intelligence (W). 

44 *Contemporary Review (M). 

45 Contractors' Record and Municipal 

Engineering (W). 

46 Cook's Travellers' Gazette (M). 

47 Comhill Magazine (31). 

48 Country Life ( IF). 

49 Country Side (M). 

50 Critic ( W). 

61 Daily Chronicle. 

52 Daily Express. 

53 Daily Graphic. 
64 Daily Mail. 

55 Daily Mail : Overseas Edition ( W). 

56 Daily News. 

57 Daily Telegraph. 

58 *East and West (Q). 

59 Economist (W). 

60 *Edinburgh Review (Q). 

61 Electrician (W). 

62 *Empire Magazine (il/). 

63 *Empire Review (il/). 

64 Engineer (W). 

65 Engineer in Charge and Works Manager (M). 

66 Engineering (IF). 

67 *English Race ; the Journal of the Royal 

Society of St. George (Q). 
67a*Eugenics Review (Q). 

68 Evening News (D). 

69 Evening Standard (D). 

70 *Federal Magazine and the All-Red Mail : 

monthly record of the League of the 
Empire. 

71 Field (IF). 

72 Financial News (D). 

73 *Financial Review of Reviews (ilf ). 

74 Financial Times (D). 

75 Financial World (IF). 

76 Financier and BuUionist (D). 

77 Fire and Water (M). 

78 *Fortnightly Review (31). 

80 Freemason (IF). 

81 Fry's Magazine (31). 

82 Gas and Oil Power (31). 

83 *Geographical Journal : organ of the 

Royal Geographical Society (31). 

84 * Geographical Teacher : organ of the 

Geographical Association (Q). 

85 Globe (D). 

86 Graphic ( IF). 

87 Harper's Monthly Magazine (31). 

88 Home and Colonial Mail ( IF). 

89 Ice and Cold Storage (31). 

90 Illustrated London News (IF). 



90a Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 
(IF). 

91 *Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly. 

92 *Imperial Colonist : organ of the British 

Women's Emigration Association (31). 

93 *India (IF). 

94 India Rubber Journal (IF). 

95 Internal Combustion Engineering (IF). 

96 * International Customs Journal (IF). 

97 * International Sugar Journal. 

98 Investor's Monthly Manual. 

99 Investor's Review (31). 

100 Irish Times (Dubhn) (D). 

200 Junior Mechanics and Electricity (M). 

201 * Journal of the African Society (Q). 

202 * Journal of the East India Association (Q). 

203 *Journal of the Institute of Bankers (31). 

204 *Journal of the Kew Guild. 

205 *Journal of the Manchester Geographical 

Society. 

206 *Journal of the Royal Anthropological 

Institute. 
206b * Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Q). 

207 * Journal of the Royal Society of Arts (IF). 

208 *Journal of the Royal United Service 

Institution (31). 

209 * Journal of the Royal Sanitary Institute( if ). 

210 *Journal of Tropical Medicine. 

211 * Journal of the Society of Comparative 

Legislation (Q). 

212 *Kew Bulletin (M). 

213 Lancet (IF). 

214 Library Assistant (31). 

215 *Library Association Record (31). 

216 *Locomotive Magazine (il/). 

217 *London Gazette (bi-weekly). 

218 London and China Telegraph (IF). 

218a Machine Woodworker (31). 

219 Magazine of the South American Mission- 

ary Society (31). 

220 Marine Magazine (Q). 

221 Mercantile Guardian (31). 

222 Mining Journal (IF). 

223 Mission Field (31). 

224 Model Engineer and Electrician (W). 

225 *Monthly Magazme of the Liverpool 

Chamber of Commerce. 

226 Morning Post (D). 

227 *Moslem World (Q). 

228 *National Defence (Q). 

229 *Nation in Arms : Journal of the National 
Service League (Q). 

230 *National Review(i/). 

231 *Nature ( IF). 

232 *Navy : organ of the Navy League (M). 



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233 *Near East {W). 

234 *Nineteenth Century and After {M). 

235 *North American Review (31). 

236 *North British Columbia News (Q). 

237 *Notes and Queries (IF). 

238 Outlook (W). 

239 Pall Mall Gazette (D). 

240 Periodical {M). 

241 Power User (M). 

242 PubUc Opinion (IF). 

243 Publishers' Circular (W). 

244 Punch. 

245 * Quarterly Review. 

246 Railway News (IF). 

247 *Review of Reviews (M). 

248 *Round Table (Q). 

249 *Royal Engineer's Journal (M). 

250 St. Bartholomew's Hospital Journal (M). 

251 Saturday Review (IF). 

252 *Science Progress {Q). 

253 *Scotsman {Edinburgh) (D). 

254 *Scottish Geogi-aphical Magazine {M). 

255 Scribner's Magazine (M). 

256 *Secretary : the Organ of the Chartered 

Institute of Secretaries (M). 

257 Shipping Gazette : weekly summary. 

258 *Sierra Leone Messenger [Q). 

259 Sketch (W). 

260 *South Africa (W). 

261 South African Engineering {31). 

262 South American Journal (IF). 



I 263 Spectator (TF). 

264 Sphere (IF). 

265 Standard {D). 

266 *Standard of Empire (Thursday Edition 

of the Standard) ( W). 

267 *Stanley Gibbon's Monthly Journal. 

268 State Correspondent {31). 

269 Statist (W). 

270 Stock Exchange Weekly Intelligence. 

271 Surveyor (IF). 

272 *Symon's Meteorological Magazine {31). 

273 Timber {W). 

274 Timber News (IF). 

275 Timber Trades Journal ( W). 

276 *Times (D). 

277 Tramway and Railway World (if). 

278 *Transactions of the Royal Society of 

Literature. 

279 *Tropical Life {31). 

280 Truth {W). 



281 *United Empire {31). 

282 * United Service Gazette (IF). 

283 *United Service Magazine {31). 

284 *West India Committee Circular 

285 Westminster Gazette {D). 

286 *Westminster Review {31). 

287 *Wide World Magazine {31). 
291 Wireless World (i¥). 

288 Woodhouse's Prices Current {W). 

289 World {W). 

290 *Zambesi Industrial Mission {Q). 



{F). 



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General. 

300 *Canada {London) {W). 

301 *Canada Gazette {Ottawa) (TF). 

302 *Canada Law Journal ( W). 

303 *Canadian Entomologist {London, Ontario) 

{31). 

304 *Canadian Gazette {London) (IF). 

305 Canadian Mail {London) (IF). 

306 Canadian News {London) { IF). 

307 *Canadian Patent Office Record {Ottawa) 

{31). 

308 *Canadian Reports : Appeal Cases {Q). 

309 *Canadian Reports : Exchequer Court {Q). 

310 *Canadian Reports : Supreme Court {Q). 

311 *Census and Statistics Monthly {Ottawa). 

312 Coloniser {London) {31). 

313 *Dominion of Canada Labour Gazette 

{Ottawa) {31). 



314 ^Monthly Report of the DeiJartment of 

Trade and Commerce {Ottawa). 

315 * Weekly Report of the Department of 

Trade and Commerce {Ottaiva). 

Nova Scotia. 

319 Acadian Recorder {Halifax) {D). 

320 Evening Mail {Halifax) {D). 

321 Halifax Herald, {D). 

322 Morning Chronicle {Halifax) {D). 

323 Nova Scotian (^rtZ//a,r) (IF). 

324 *Royal Gazette {Halifax) { IF). 



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Pbince Edwaed Island. 

328 Charlottetown Herald {W). 

329 *Royal Gazette ( W). 

Quebec. 

340 British News of Canada [Montreal) (Tf). 

341 *Bulletin de la Societe de Geographie 

de Quebec. 

342 *Caiiada West India Magazine [Montreal) 

(31). 

343 Canadian Municipal Journal [Montreal) 

[M). 

344 Daily Telegraph [Qxiebec). 

345 Daily Witness [Montreal). 

346 Gazette [Montreal) [D). 

347 *Journal of the Canadian Bankers' 

Association [Montreal) [Q). 

348 *La Nouvelle France [Quebec) [M). 

349 La Presse [Montreal). 

350 Montreal Daily Star. 

351 Montreal Herald, Saturday Edition. 

352 *Montreal Pharmaceutical Journal [M). 

353 * Quarterly Bulletin of the Canadian Mining 

Institute [Montreal). 

354 * Quebec Law Reports [M). 

355 *Quebec Official Gazette [W). 

356 Revue Economique Canadienne [Montreal) 

[M). 

357 Standard, Literary Edition [Montreal). 

358 *University Magazine [Montreal) [Q). 

Ontario. 

370 Board of Trade News [Toronto) [M). 

371 Bookseller and Stationer [Toronto) [M). 

372 Brantford Daily Courier. 

373 *Bulletin of the Toronto Public Library [M). 

374 Canadian and British News of Canada 

[Toronto) [W). 
374a Canadian Countryman [Toronto) [W). 

375 Canadian Courier [Toronto) [W). 

376 Canadian Engineer [Toronto) [W). 

311 Canadian Machinery and Manufacturing 
News [Toronto) [M). 

378 *Canadian Forestry Journal [Ottawa) 

[bi-monthly). 

379 *Canadian Magazine [Toronto) [M). 

380 Canadian Mining Journal [Toronto) [F). 

381 Daily British Whig [Kingston). 

382 Daily Mail and Empire [Toronto). 

383 Daily Standard [Kingston). 

384 *Echoe3 : organ of the Imperial Order 

of the Daughters of the Empire [Toronto) 

iQ)- 

385 Electrical News [Toronto) [M). 
385a Evening Citizen [Ottawa) [D). 
385b Evening Telegram [Toronto) [D). 

386 Financial Post of Canada [Toronto) [W). 

387 Globe (Toronto) (D). 



387a GoderichStar (IF). 

388 Hamilton Daily Times. 

389 Hamilton Herald (D). " 

390 Hamilton Spectator (D). 

391 *Industrial Canada [Toronto) (M). 

392 London Free Press (D). 

393 Mihtary Gazette (Ottawa) (F). 

394 Monetary Times [Toronto) (W). 

395 News [Toronto) (D). 

395a Northland [Cochrane) (W). 

396 *Ontario Gazette [Toronto) (W). 

397 *Ontario Law Reports (Toronto) (M). 

398 *Ontario Weekly Notes [Toronto) (W). 

399 Ottawa Free Press (D). 

400 *Ottawa Naturalist (M). 

401 Power House [Toronto) (M). 

402 *Queen's Quarterly [Kingston). 

403 *Rod and Gun in Canada ( Woodstock) (M). 

404 Toronto Daily Star. 

406 *Westminster [Toronto) (M). 

407 World (Toronto) (D). 

Manitoba. 

407a Brandon Daily News. 
407b Brandon Times { W). 

408 *Canada Monthly (Winnipeg). 

409 Canadian Finance [Winnipeg) (F). 
409a Canadian Progress (Wi7inipeg) (M). 

410 Daily Times [Brandon). 

412 Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg) (D). 

413 *Manitoba Gazette [Winnipeg) (W). 

414 *Manitoba Reports (Winnipeg) (M). 

415 Nor' West Farmer (Winnipeg) (F). 

416 *Territories Law Reports [Toronto) (Q). 
416a Weekly Sun (Brandon). 

417 Winnipeg Telegram (D). 

Saskatchewan. 

418 Daily Standard (Regina). 

419 *PubUc Service Monthly [Regina). 

420 *Saskatchewan Gazette [Regina) (F). 

421 *Saskatchewan Law Reports (Regina) (Q) 

422 Saskatoon Daily Star. 

423 Saskatoon Pheonix (D). 

424 Saturday Press [Saskatoon). 

425 Weekly Province [Regina). 

Alberta. 

426 ■* Alberta Gazette (Edmonton) (F). 

428 Calgary Weekly Herald ( W). 

429 *Canadian Alpine Journal (Banff) (Q). 

430 Edmonton Bulletin (bi-weekly). 

431 Edmonton Journal (D). 

432 GrouardNews (IF). 

433 Morning Albertan [Calgary) (D). 

434 Saturday Mirror [Edmonton) (W). 

427 Western Standard [Calgary) (W). 



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British Columbia. 

435 *Aryan ( Victoria) (M). 

436 *British Columbia Gazette (Victoria) (W). 

437 *British Columbia Magazine (Vancouver) 

(M). 

438 British Columbia Mining Exchange and 

Engineering News (Vancouver) (M). 

439 *British Columbia Reports (Victoria) (Q). 

440 British Columbian (New Westminster) (W) 

441 Daily Colonist ( Victoria). 
441a Daily Herald (Nanuimo). 

442 Daily News (Nelson). 

443 Daily News (Prince Rupert). 



444 Daily News Advertiser ( Vancouver). 

445 Daily Province (Va7icouver). 

446 *Fruit Magazine ( Vancouver) (M). 

448 Masset Leader (Masset, Queen Charlotte 

Islands) (W). 

449 Mining and Engineering Record ( Victoria) 

(M). 

450 New Westminster Courier (W). 

451 North British Columbia News (London) 

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455 Sidney and Islands Review (Sidney) (IF). 

452 Vancouver Daily Province (Vancouver). 
454 Week (Victoria). 

453 World (Va^icouver) (D). 



NEWFOUNDLAND. 



500 Daily News (St. John's). 

501 Evening Herald (St. John's) (D). 

502 Evening Telegram (St. John's) (D). 

503 Free Press (St. John's) (W). 

504 Harbour Grace Standard (W). 



505 *Newfoundland Law Reports. 

506 *Newfoundland Quarterly (St. John's). 

507 *Royal Gazette (St. John's) (W). 

508 Western Star (Curling, Bay of Islands) 

(W). 



WEST INDIES AND WESTERN ATLANTIC. 



510 *Caribbeana (London) (Q). 

511 West India Committee Circular (London) 

(F). 

Antigua. 

512 *Leeward Islands Gazette (W). 

513 The Sun (D). 

Bahamas. 

514 Nassau Guardian (tri-weekly). 

515 *Official Gazette (W). 
515a Tribune (D). 

Barbados. 

516 *Agricultural News (F). 

517 Agricultural Reporter (D). 

518 Barbados Globe (tri-weeldy). 

519 Barbados Standard (W). 

520 *Official Gazette (W). 
520a*Strombus (M). 

521 *West Indian BuUetin (Q). 

Bermuda. 

522 Bermuda Colonist (tri-weekly). 

523 *Royal Gazette (tri-weekly). 

British Guiana. 

524 Daily Argosy. 

525 Daily Chronicle. 

526 *Joumal of the Board of Agriculture (Q). 

527 *Official Gazette (IF). 

528 *Timehri; Journal of the Royal Agri- 

cultural and Commercial Society. 



British Honduras. 

529 Clarion (If). 

530 Colonial Guardian (IF). 

531 *Government Gazette (IF). 

Dominica. 

532 Dominica Chronicle (bi-weekly). 

533 * Dominica Oificial Gazette (IF). 

534 Dominica Guardian (W). 

Falkland Islands. 

535 *Falkland Islands Gazette (M). 

Grenada. 

536 Chronicle and Gazette (D). ; 

537 Federalist (IF). 

538 *Grenada Government Gazette. 

Jamaica. 

539 *Bulletin of the Department of Agri- 

culture (Q). 

540 Daily Gleaner. 

541 *Jamaica Churchman (Q). 

542 * Jamaica Gazette (IF). 

543 Jamaica Times (IF). 

544 *Journal of the Jamaica Agricultural 

Society (M.) 

Saint Lucia. 

645 *St. Lucia Gazette ( IF). 

646 Voice of St. Lucia ( IF). 



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Saent Kitts-Nevis. 

547 St. Kitts Daily Express. 

Saint Vincent. 

548 *St Vincent Government Gazette [W). 

549 Times (W). 



550 *Bulletin of 

culture {Q). 



Teinidad. 

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551 Mirror {D). 

552 Port of Spain Gazette (D). 

553 *Proceedings of the Agricultural Society 

of Trinidad and Tobago (M). 

554 *Trinidad Royal Gazette (IF). 

Turks and Caicos Islands. 

555 *The Gazette (TF). 



AFRICA. 



556 African Engineering {London) {M). 

557 African Mail (Liverpool) {W). 

558 * African World [London) ( TF). 



559 *Journal of the African Society (London) 

(Q)- 

560 *South Africa [London) (IF). 



EGYPT AND SUDAN. 



561 *Bulletin de la Bibliotheque de I'Universite 

Egyptienne [Cairo) [M). 

562 *Bulletin de la Societe Khediviale de 

Geographic [Cairo). 

563 *BulletinderinstitutEgyptien(.4Zexa?MZr2'a). 

564 Egyptian Gazette [Alexandria) [D). 



565 Egyptian Observer [Cairo) [W). 

566 *Journal Officiel du Gouvernement 

Egyptien [Cairo) [tri-weekly). 

567 *Monthly Report of Central Economic 

Board, Sudan. 
567a Sudan Herald (Khartum) (IF). 



WEST AFRICA. 



Gambia. 

568 *Government Gazette. 

SiEEKA Leone. 

569 Sierra Leone Guardian (IF). 

570 *Sierra Leone Messenger [London) [Q). 

571 *Sierra Leone Royal Gazette (IF). 

572 Sierra Leone Weekly News. 

Gold Coast. 

573 Gold Coast Leader [Cape Coast) (IF). 



574 Gold Coast Nation [Cape Coast) (IF). 

575 *Government Gazette [Accra) (IF). 



Nigeria. 

576 Lagos Customs and Trade Journal [F). 

577 Lagos Standard (IF). 

578 Lagos Weekly Record. 

579 Nigerian Chronicle [Lagos) (IF). 

580 *Northern Nigeria Gazette [Zunguru) (J/). 

581 *Southern Nigeria Government Gazette 

(Lagos) (IF). 



EAST AND CENTRAL AFRICA. 



British East Africa. 

582 African Standard [Nairobi) (IF). 

583 *Agricultural Journal of British East 

Africa [Q). 

584 Indian Voice of British East Africa, 

Uganda, and Zanzibar (IF). 

585 *Journal of the East Africa and Uganda 

Natural History Society [Nairobi). 

586 Leader of British East Africa [Nairobi) 

(IF). 

587 *Official Gazette of East Africa [Nairobi) 

[F). 



Uganda. 

588 *Official Gazette of the Uganda Protectorate 

[F). 

589 Uganda Herald ( IF). 

Zanzibar. 

590 *Gazette (IF). 

Nyasaland. 

591 Livingstone Mail [F). 

592 *Nyasaland Government Gazette [Zomba) 

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593 Nyasaland Times [Blantyre) (IF). 

594 *Zambesi Industrial Mission [London) [Q)- 



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SOUTH AFRICA. 



600 *Agricultural Journal of the Union of 

South Africa (Pretoria) (M). 

601 British and South African Export Gazette 

(London) (M). 

602 *Official Gazette of the High Commissioner 

for South Africa (Pretoria) (IF). 

603 *South Africa (London) (W). 

604 South African Engineering (London) (M). 
003 *South African Law Journal (Cape Town) 

iQ). 

600-611 *South African Law Reports: Six 
Divisions (Q). 

612 *Trade of the Union of South Africa : 

Monthly Return (Capetown). 

613 ♦Union of South Africa Government 

Gazette (Pretoria) (W). 

Rhodesia. 

614 Beira Post (Portuguese East Africa) (W). 

615 *British South Africa Company Govern- 

ment Gazette (Salisbury) (W). 

616 Bulawayo Chronicle Thursday Edition. 

617 Gwelo Times ( JF). 

618 *Northern Rhodesia Government Gazette 

(Livingstone) (M). 

619 ♦Rhodesia Agricultural Journal (Q). 

620 Rhodesia Advertiser (Umtali) (W). 

621 Rhodesia Herald (Salisbury) Thursday 

Edition. 

622 Rhodesia Journal (Bulawayo) (W). 

Teansvaal. 

623 ♦Annals of the Transvaal Museum (Pretoria) 

(Q)- 

624 East Rand Express (Boksburg) ( W). 
624a Evening Chronicle (Johannesburg). 

625 Heidelberg News ( If). 

626 Illustrated Star : Town and Country 

Journal (Johannesburg) (W). 

627 ♦Journal of the South African Ornith- 

ologists Union (Pretoria) (M). 

628 Krugersdorp Standard (IF). 

629 Lydenburg News (IF). 

630 Pretoria News (D). 

631 Rand Daily Mail (Johannesburg). 

632 Record (Klerksdorp) (W). 

633 *S.A.N.U : the Journal of the South 
African National Union (Johannesburg) 

634 South African Mining Journal (Johannes- 
burg) (IF). 

635 Star (Johannesburg) (D). 

636 Transvaal Leader (Johannesburg) (D). 

637 *Transvaal Official Gazette (Pretoria) (W). 

638 Zoutpansberg Review (Pietersburg) (bi- 
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Orange Free State. 
639 Bloemfontein Post, (D). 



640 Friend (Bloemfontein) (D). 

641 *Orange Free State Official Gazette, 

(Bloemfontein) (W). 

Natal. 

642 *Indian Opinion (Phoenix) (W). 

643 *The Magnet (Durban) (Q). 

644 *Natal Law Reports (Q). 

645 Natal Mercury (Durban) (D and W). 

646 Natal Witness (Pietermaritzburg) (D). 

647 *Official Gazette (Pietermaritzburg) (IF). 

648 Times of Natal (Pietermaritzburg) (W). 

Cape of Good Hope. 

649 ♦Amials of the South African Museum 

(Capetown) (Q). 

650 Bedford Enterprise, (bi-weekly). 

651 ♦Cape Argus (Capetoion) (D). 

652 ♦Cape Church Monthly (Capetown). 

653 Cape Mercury (King William's Town) (D). 

654 ♦Cape of Good Hope Official Gazette 

(Capetown) (W). 

655 ♦Cape Province Agricultural Journal 

(Capetown) (M). 

656 Cape Times (Capetown) (D. <& W.). 

657 ♦Catholic Magazine for South Africa (Cape- 

town) (M). 

658 Courier (Beaufort West) (IF). 

659 Daily Representative and Free Press 

(Queenstown). 

660 Diamond Fields Advertiser (Kimberley) 

(D. cfc W). 

661 East London Daily Despatch. 

662 Eastern Province Herald (Port Elizabeth) 

(D). 

663 Fort Beaufort Advocate ( W). 

664 ♦De Goede Hoop (Capetown) (M). 

665 Grocott's Mail (Grahamstown) (tri-weekly). 

666 Journal (Grahamstown), (tri-weekly). 

667 ♦Journal of the Institute of Bankers in 

South Africa (Capetown) (M). 

668 Mafeking Mail (D). 

669 Midland News (Cradock) (IF). 

670 North Western Press (Prieska) (W). 

671 Port EHzabeth Share List (M). 

672 Somerset Budget (Somerset East) (W). 

673 South African Commercial and Manu- 

facturers' Record (Cape Town) (M). 

674 ♦South African Journal of Science (Cape- 

town) (M). 

675 South African Lady's Pictorial (Capetown) 

(W). 

676 South African News (Capetown) (D. db IF.) 

677 ♦South African Railway Magazine (Cape- 

town) (31). 

678 South African Review (Capetown) (W). 

680 Uitenhage Times (bi-iveekly). 

681 Zuid-Afrikaan verhnigh met Ons Land 

(Capetown) {bi-weekly). 



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INDIA. 

700 Advocate of India (Bombay) [D). 

701 *Agricultural Journal of India (Pusa) (Q). 

702 *Agricultural Ledger (Calcutta). 

703 *AIlahabad Law Journal (W). 

704 *Assam Gazette (Shillong) (W). 

705 *Bihar and Orissa Gazette (Ranchi) (IF). 

706 Bombay Gazette (D). 

707 *Bombay Government Gazette (IF). 

708 *Calcutta Gazette (W). 

709 *Calcutta Law Journal (F). 

710 Capital (Calcutta) (W). 

711 *Central Provinces Gazette (Nagpur) (W). 

712 Civil and Military Gazette (Lahore) (D). 

713 *Criminal Law Journal of India (Lahore) 

(M). 

714 *Current Index of Indian Cases (if adro*) 

(M). 

715 *East and West (Bombay) (M). 

716 Empire : Calcutta Evening News (D). 

717 Englishman (Calcutta) (D). 

718 Englishman : weekly summary (Calcutta). 

719 *Fort St. George Gazette (Madras). 

720 *Gazette of India (Calcutta) ( W). 

721 *Hindustan Review (Allahabad) (M). 

722 *Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly (London). 

723 *India (London,) (IF). 

724 Indian and Eastern Engineer (Calcutta)(M). 
725-8 *Indian Law Reports : Madras, Calcutta, 

AUahabad, Bombay (M). 

729 *Indian PubUc Health (Calcutta) (M). 

730 *Indian Railway Gazette (Calcutta) (M). 

731 *Indian Review (Madras) (M). 

732 Indian Textile Journal (Bombay) (M). 

733 *Indian Trade Journal (Calcutta) (W). 

734 *Journal of the Anthropological Society 

of Bombay (Q). 

735 *Journal of the East India Association 

(London) (31). 

736 *Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 

(London) (Q). 

737 *Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 

(Bombay Branch) (Q). 

738 *Journal of the Supply and Transport 

Corps : Indian Army (Mhow). 

739 *Madra3 Law Journal. 

740 Madras Weekly Mail. 

741 *Modern Review (Calcutta) (M). 

742 *Monthly Weather Review (Calcutta) (M). 

743 *New Reformer (Madras) (M). 

744 *Oudh Cases (Lucknow) (M). 

745 Pioneer Mail (Allahabad) (IF). 

746 *Punjab and its Dependencies Government 

Gazette (Lahore) (W). 

747 Railways (Calcutta) (F). 

748 Times of India (Bombay) (Mail Edition). 

749 Times of India (Bombay) (D). 

750 *United Provinces of Agra and Oudh 

Government Gazette (Allahabad) (W). 

751 *Vedic Magazine (Kangri) (M). 



BURMA. 

752 *Burma Gazette (If). 

753 Rangoon Gazette : (Weekly Budget). 

754 Rangoon Times (Saturday Edition). 

755 Weekly Rangoon Times. 

CEYLON. : 

756 Amicus (W). 

151 *Ceylon Government Gazette (W). 

758 Ceylon Independent (D). 

759 Ceylon Observer (D & IF). 

760 * Journal of the Ceylon Branch of the 

Royal Asiatic Society. 

761 *National Monthly of Ceylon. 

762 *New Law Reports (if). 

763 Overland Leader : weekly edition of 

Ceylon Morning Leader. 

764 *Spolia Zeylanica (Q). 

765 Times of Ceylon (D). 

766 *Tropical Agriculturist (M). 

FEDERATED MALAY STATES. 

767 *Federated Malay States Government 

Gazette (Kuala Lumpur) (IF). 

768 Malay Mail (Kuala Lumjmr) (D). 

769 Times of Malaya (Ipoh) (D). 

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 

770 *Agricultural Bulletin of the Straits and 

Federated Malay States (Singapore)(M). 
Ill * Journal of the Straits Branch of the Royal 
Asiatic Society (Singapore). 

772 Penang Daily Imports and Exports. 

773 Penang Market Report (F). 

774 Penang Gazette and Straits Chronicle (D). 

775 Straits Budget (Singapore) (IF). 

776 Straits Echo (Penang) Mail Edition. 
Ill *Straits Settlements Government Gazette 

(Singapore) (IF). 

778 Straits Times (Singapore) (D). 

BRITISH NORTH BORNEO. 

779 *British North Borneo Herald (if). 

780 *State of North Borneo Official Gazette 

(if). 

SARAWAK. 

781 Sarawak Gazette (F). ' 

782 *Sarawak Government Gazette (F). 

CHINA AND HONG KONG. 

783 Hong Kong Daily Press. 

784 *Hong Kong Government Gazette (IF). 

785 Hong Kong Telegraph (D). 
785a *Hong Kong Law Reports. 

786 London and China Telegraph (London) 

(IF). 

787 Manchuria Daily News (Dairen). 

788 North China Herald (Shanghai) (IF). 

789 Overland China Mail (Hong Kong) 



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MAURITIUS. 

790 *Bulletin Agricole (if). 

791 *Mauritius Government Gazette (IF). 

792 Planters' and Commercial Gazette (D ck 

M). 

SEYCHELLES. 

793 *SeychelIes Government Gazette {W). 

SAINT HELENA. 

794 *St. Helena Guardian {W). 



GIBRALTAR. 

795 *Gibraltar Chronicle and Official Gazette 

MALTA. 

796 Daily Malta Chronicle. 

797 *Journal of the Malta Historical and 

Scientific Society. 

798 *Malta Government Gazette (D). 



CYPRUS. 



799 *Cyprus Gazette (F). 

800 *Cyprus Journal {Q). 



801 *Cyprus Law Reports. 

802 *English School Magazine (Nicosia). 



COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. 



850 Australasian World (London) (W). 

851 * Australian Monthly Weather Report 

(Melbourne). 

852 *Australian Official Journal of Patents 

(Melbourne) (M). 

853 *Australian Official Journal of Trade 

Marks (Melbourne) (M). 

854 *Briti8h Australasian (London) (IF). 

855 *Bullotin of the Commonwealth Bureau 

of Meteorology (Melbourne) [M). 

856 *Commonwealth of Austraha Gazette 

(Melbourne) (W). 

857 *Commonwealth Military Journal (Mel- 

bourne) (M). 

858 *Monthly Summary of AustraUan Statistics 

(Melbourne). 

NoRTHBBN Territory and Papua. 

859 *Bulletin of the Northern Territory 

(Melbournt). 

860 Northern Territory Times (PcUmerston) ( W). 

861 Papuan Times (Port Moresby) (W). 

862 *Territory of Papua Government Gazette 

(M). 

New South Waxes. 

863 * Agricultural Gazette of New South 

Wales (Sydney) (M). 

864 Armidale Express (bi-weekly). 

865 Australian Mining Standard (Sydney) (W). 

866 Australian Town and Country Journal 

(Sydney) (W). 

867 *BookfeUow (Sydney) (M). 

868 BuUetin (Sydney) (W). 

869 Chemist and Druggist and Pharmacist 

of Australasia (Sydney) (M). 

870 Daily Telegraph (Sydney). 

871 *Dalgety'8 Review (Sydney) (M). 

872 Farmer and Settler (Sydney) (F). 



873 Goulburn Evening Penny Post (D). 

874 *Government Gazette of New South 

Wales (W). 

875 *Industrial Arbitration Reports and 

Records. 

876 *Journal and Proceedings of the United 

Service Institution of New South Wales. 

877 *Lone Hand (Sydney) (M). 

878 Maitland Daily Mercury ( West Maitland) 
Mining and Engineering Review (Sydney) 

(M). 
Mutual Provident Messenger (Sydney) (M). 
881 *New South Wales Monthly Statistical 

Bulletin (M). 
Newcastle Morning Herald (D). 
Pastoral Times (Denilquin) (W). 
Review : an Australasian Journal of 

Banking (Sydney) (M). 
885 *Science of man : Journal of the Royal 

Anthropological Society of Australasia 

(Sydney) (Q). 
Scottish Australasian (Sydney) (M), 
Sun (Sydney) (D). 
Sun (Sydney) Sunday Edition. 
Sydney Mail (W) 
Sydney Morning Herald (D). 
Sydney Stock and Share List ; T. J. 

Thompson and Sons (W). 
Wimble's Reminder (Sydney) (Q). 



879 



880 



882 
883 
884 



886 
887 
888 
889 
890 
891 

892 



Queensland. 

893 *Australian Sugar Journal (Brisbane) (M). 

894 Brisbane Courier (D). 

895 Capricornian (Rockhampton) (W). 

896 Colonist (Maryborough) (W). 

897 Daily Mail (Brisbane) 

898 Daily Record (Eockhampton). 

899 Daily Standard (Mackay). 

900 Farmers' Gazette (Brisbane) (M). 



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900a*Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 
{Brisbane). 

901 North Queensland Register [Charters 

Towers) {W). 

902 *Queensland Agricultural Journal [Brisbane) 

[M). 

903 *Queensland Government Gazette [Brisbane) 

[W). 

904 *Queensland Government Mining Journal 

[Brisbane) [M). 

905 Queensland Grazier [Brisbane) [W). 

906 Queenslander [Brisbane) [W). 

907 *State Reports [Brisbane) [M). 

908 Telegraph [Brisbane) [D). 

909 Trustees' Quarterly Review [Brisbane). 

South Australia. 

910 Advertiser [Adelaide) [D). 

910a Australian Printer [Adelaide) [Q). 

911 Chronicle [Adelaide) [W). 

912 Daily Herald [Adelaide). 

913 *Journal of Industry [Adelaide) [M). 

914 *Journal of the Department of Agriculture 

[Adelaide) (ill). 

915 Observer [Adelaide) [^Y). 

916 Register [Adelaide) [D). 

917 *South Australian Government Gazette 

[Adelaide) (IF). 

Tasmania. 

918 *Agricultural Gazette of Tasmania [Hobart) 

[M). 

919 Daily Post [Hobart). 

920 Daily Telegraph [Launceston). 

921 Examiner [Launceston) [D). 

922 Mercury [Hobart) [D). 

923 *Tasmanian Government Gazette [Hobart) 

[W). 

924 Tasmanian Mail [Hobart) [W). 

925 Weekly Courier [Launceston). 

Victoria. 

926 Age [Melbourne) [D). 

927 Argus [Melbourne) [D). 

928 Australasian [Melbourne) [W). 

929 Australasian Hardware and Machinery 

[Melbourne) [M). 

930 Australasian Insurance and Banking 

Record [Melbourne) [M). 

931 *Australa8ian Journal of Pharmacy 

[Melbourne) [M). 
931a Austrahan Brewers' Journal [Melbourne) 
[M). 

932 Austrahan Leather Journal [Melbourne) 

[M) 

933 *Australian Medical Journal [Melbourne) 

(W). 

934 Austrahan Stock Exchange Intelligence : 

J. B. Were & Sons [M). 



935 Bacchus Marsh Express [W). 

936 Ballarat Star [D). 

937 *Bankers Magazine of Australasia 

[Melbourne) [M). 

938 Bendigo Advertiser (£>). 

939 Geelong Advertiser [D). 

940 Goldsbrough, Mort & Go's Monthly 

Circular [Melbourne). 

941 Herald [Melbourne) [D). 

942 *Imperial Review [Melbourne). 

943 Journal of Commerce [Melbourne) [M). 

944 *Journal of the Department of Agriculture 

of Victoria [M). 

945 Leader [Melbourne) [W). 

946 News of the Week [Geelong). 

947 *Pastorahsts' Review [Melbourne) [M). 

948 Punch [Melbourne) [W). 

949 *Review of Reviews for Australasia 

[Melbourne) [M). 

950 Table Talk [Melbourne) [W). 

951 *Victoria Government Gazette [Melbourne) 

[W). 

952 * Victorian Geographical Journal [Mel- 

bourne). 

953 *Victorian Historical Magazine [Melbourne) 

m 

954 *Victorian NaturaHst [Melbourne) [M). 

Western Australia. 

955 Geraldton Express [W). 

956 *Government Gazette of Western Austraha 

[Perth) [W). 

957 KalgoorUe Miner [D). 

958 KalgoorUe Western Argus, [W). 

959 *Monthly Journal of the Chamber of 

Mines [KalgoorUe). 

960 West Austrahan [Perth) [D). 

961 West Austrahan Mining, Building and 

Engineering Journal [Perth) [M). 

962 *Western Australian Law Reports [Perth) 

[M). 

963 Western Mail [Perth) [W). 

New Zealand. 

964 Ashburton Mail [tri-weekly). 

965 Auckland Weekly News. 

966 Budget [Neio Plymouth) [W). 

967 *Bulletin of the Dominion Museum 

[Wellington). 

968 Canterbury Times [Christchurch) (If). 

969 Daily Telegraph [Napier). 

970 Dominion [Wellington) [D). 

971 Egmont Star [Hawera) [W). 

972 Evening Post [Wellington) [D). 

973 Examiner [Woodville) [tri-weekly). 

974 Farmers' Union Advocate [Welli7igton) 

[W). 

975 *Gazette Law Reports [Wellington) [F). 

976 Hawkes Bay Herald [Napier) [D). 



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977 Inglewood Record (tri-iveekly). 

978 *Journal of the Department of Labour 

(Wellington) (M). 

979 *Journal of the New Zealand Department 

of Agriculture (Wellington) (M). 

980 *Journal of the Polynesian Society (New 

Plymouth). 

981 Lyttleton Times (Christchurch) (D). 

982 Manawatu Evening Standard (Palmerston 

North) (D). 

983 Nelson Evening Mail (D). 

984 New Zealand Farmer (Auckland) (M). 

985 *New Zealand Gazette (Wellington) (W). 

986 New Zealand Herald (Auckland) (D). 

987 *New Zealand Law Reports (Wellington) 

(M). 

988 New Zealand Products Export Leaflet 

(Wellington) (F). 

989 New Zealand Shipping and Commerce 

(Wellington) (IF). 



990 New Zealand Times (Wellington) (D). 

991 New Zealand Trade Review (Wellington) 

{M). 

992 Oamaru Mail (D). 

993 Otago Daily Times (Dunedin). 

994 Otago Witness (Dunedin) ( W). 

995 Otahuhu Post (W). 

996 Poverty Bay Herald (Gisbarne) (D). 

997 Press (Christchurch) (D). 

998 Rangitikei Advocate (Marton) (D). 

999 *School Journal (Wellington) (M). 

1000 Southland Times (Invercargill) (D). 

1001 Timaru Herald (D). 

1002 Waimate Times (bi-weekly). 

1003 Waitemata Post (W). 

1004 Wanganui Herald (D). 

1005 Weekly Courier (Wanganui). 

1006 Weekly Graphic and New Zealand 

Mail (Auckland). 

1007 Weekly Press (Christchurch). 



FIJI AND SOUTH PACIFIC. 



1008 *Fiji Royal Gazette (Suva) (W). 

1009 Fiji Times (Suva) (tri-weekly). 

1010 Polynesian Gazette (Levuka) (W). 



1011 *Our Missionaries at Work (Melbourne) 

(Q). 

1012 Western Pacific Herald (Suva) (iri- 

weekly). 



FRANCE. 

1020 *L' Action Nationale (Paris) (31). 

1021 *L'Afrique Fran9aise : Bulletin du 

Comite de I'Afrique Fran9aise (Paris) 
(M). 

1022 *Les Annales Coloniales (Paris) 

(tri-weekly). 

1023 *BuUetin de 1' Office Colonial (Paris) (M). 

1024 *Bulletin de la Statistique Generale 

de la France (Paris). 

1025 *Colonia (Paris) (M). 

1026 *La Depeche Coloniale (Paris) (D). 

1027 La Geographic : Bulletin de la Soci6te 

de G6ographie (Paris) (M). 

1028 *L' Expansion Coloniale : Bulletin 

de rinstitut Colonial Marseillais 
(Marseilles) (M). 

1030 * Journal d' Agriculture Tropicale (Paris) 

(M). 

1031 *La Ligue Maritime (Paris) (M). 

1032 *Moniteur Officiel du Commerce (Paris) 

(W). 

1033 *L' Oceanic Frangaise (Paris) (M). 

1034 *Questions Diplomatiques et Coloniales 

(Paris) (F). 

1035 *La Quinzaine Coloniale : Organ de 

rUnion Coloniale Fran9aise (Paris) 
(M) 

1036 *Ren3eignements Coloniaux (Paris) (M). 

1037 *Revue des Questions Coloniales et 

Maritimes (Paris) (M). 



BELGIUM. 

1038 *L' Agronomic Tropicale (Uccle) (M). 

1039 *La Belgique Maritime et Coloniale (M). 

1040 *Bulletin Agricole du Congo Beige (M). 

1041 *BuUetin de Colonisation Comparee (M). 

1042 *Bulletin de la Societe d'Etudes Coloniales 

(M). 

1043 *Bulletin de la Societe Royale de Geo- 

graphie d'Anvers. 

1044 *Bulletin Trimestriel, Association des 

Licencies sortis de I'Universite de Liege. 

1045 *La Revue Jaune (M). 

1046 *Revue Congolaise (M). 

ITALY. 

1047 *BoUettino della Arboricoltura Italiana 

(Naples) (M). 

1048 *L'Esplorazione Commerciale : Bollettino 

Mensile della Societa Italiana di 
Esplorazione Geographicho e Commer- 
ciali (Milan) (M). 

1049 *Rivista Coloniale : organo dell' Istituto 

Coloniale Italiano (Rome) (F). 

1050 *Bulletin Bibliographique Hebdomadaire 

(Rome). 

1051 *Bulletin of the Bureau of Economic and 

Social Intelligence (Rome) (M). 

1052 *Bulletin of the Bureau of Agricultural 

Intelligence (Rome) (M). 

1053 ""Bulletin of Agricultural Statistics (Rome) 

(M). 

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1054 *Boletin 

{Madrid) [M). 



SPAIN, 
de la Sociedad Geografica 



PORTUGAL. 

1055 *Boletim de la Sociedade de Geographia 

de Lisboa (if). 

GERMANY. 

1056 *Beiliefte zum Tropenpfianzer {Berlin) [Q). 

1057 *Deutsches Kolonialblatt {Berlin) {M). 

1058 *Deutsche Kolonialzeitung : Organ der 

DeutschenKolonialgeseIlschaft(J5er??'M.). 

1059 Gummi-Zeitung (Berlin) {W). 

1060 *Die Katholischen Missionen {Freiburg- 

im-Breisgau) {M). 

1061 *Koloniale Rundschau {Berlin) {W). 

1062 *Mitteilungen des Seminars fiir Oriental- 

ische Sprachen {Berlin). 

1063 *Mitteilungen aus den Deutschen 

Schutzgebieten {Berlin). 

1064 *Der Tropenpfianzer : organ des Kolonial- 

Wirtschaftlichen Komitees {Berlin) 
{M). 

1065 *Verhandlungen der BaumwoUbau 

Kommission des Kolonial-Wirtschaft- 
lichen Komitees {Berlin). 

1066 *Verhandlungen der Kolonial-Technischen 

Kommission des Kolonial-Wirtschaft- 
Uchen Komitees {Berlin). 

AUSTRIA. 

1067 *Anthropos {Vienna) (bi-monthly). 

1068 *Mitteilungen der K.K. Geographischen 

Gesellschaft {Vienna) {M). 

HOLLAND. 

1069 *Koloniaal Tijdschrift {Hague) {M). 

1070 *Ti3dschrift voor Indische Taal, Land, 

en Volkenkunde {Batavia, Java). 

UNITED STATES. 

1071 *Annals of Iowa {Des Moines) {Q). 

1072 *Bulletin of the American Geographic 

Society {Neio York) {M). 

1073 *Bulletin of the New York Public 

Library (M). 



1074 *Bulletin of the Pan - American Union 

( Washington) {M). 

1075 *BuUetin of the Public Library of the 

City of Boston {Q). 

1076 Commercial America {Philadelphia) {M) 

1077 *Daily Consular and Trade Reports 

{Washington). 

1078 *Joumal of the Illinois State Historical 

Society {Springfield) {Q). 

1079 India Rubber World {Neio York) {M). 

1080 *Missouri Historical Review {Q). 

1081 *Monthly Summary of Commerce and 

Finance {Washington). 

1082 *Monthly Bulletin of the Association for 

International ConciUation {New York) 

1083 *National Geographic Magazine 

{Washington) {M). 

1084 *Pennsylvania Magazine of History and 

Biography {Q). 

1085 *Register of the Kentucky State Historical 

Society {Q). 

1086 *University of Pennsylvania Museum 

Journal {Q). 

1087 *Virginia Magazine of History and Bio 

graphy {Q). 

1088 *Southern Workman {Hampton) {M). 
1088a British Californian {Oatland, California) 

{M). 
1088b Western British American {Chicago) 
{W). 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA. 

1089 *BuUetin of the Pan-American Union 

{Washington) {M). 

1090 Magazine of the South American 

Missionary Society {M) 

1091 Review of the River Plate {Buenos 

Aires) {W). 

1092 South American Journal {London) (IF). 

1093 Standard {Buenos Aires) (TF). 

1094 *Review of Tropical Agriculture {Mexico 

City) {M). 

JAPAN. 

1095 *Japan Magazine {M). 

1096 ♦Taiwan Kyokwai Kwaiko {Formosa) 

{M). 






Index of Subjects. 



45 



Agrioultdee, 5, 22, 279, 446, 521, 526, 539, 
544, 550, 553, 583, 600, 619, 655, 701, 702, 
766, 770, 790, 863, 871, 902, 906, 914, 918, 
944, 947, 979, 1030, 1038, 1040, 1047, 1050, 
1051, 1052, 1053, 1056, 1064, 1094. 

Arbitration, 1082. 

Army and Navy : Defence, 9, 10, 208, 228, 
229, 232, 249, 282, 283, 393, 712, 738, 857, 
876, 1031, 1039. 



Banking, 203, 347, 667, 884, 930, 937. 

Botany, 204, 212, 764. 

Brewing, 931. 

British ImperiaUsm, 17, 41, 62, 63, 70, 248, 281. 



Climate, 272, 742, 851, 855. 

Colonisation and Emigration, 40, 41, 42, 62, 92, 
312, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1025, 1027, 1028, 1033, 
1034, 1035, 1036, 1037, 1041, 1042, 1049, 
1057, 1058, 1061, 1069. 

Commerce and Industry, 14, 15, 19, 20, 26, 33, 
43, 45, 59, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 96, 221, 225, 
288, 314, 315, 370, 377, 391, 394, 567, 576, 
601, 612, 673, 710, 733, 772, 773, 929, 943, 
988, 989, 991, 1032, 1048, 1076, 1077, 1081. 

Cotton, 1065. 



Education, 8, 37, 643, 802, 999. 

Electricity, 61, 200, 224, 241, 291, 385, 401. 

Engineering, 2, 36, 45, 61, 64, 65, 66, 82, 95, 
200, 216, 218a, 224, 241, 246, 249, 261, 271, 
291, 376, 377, 385, 401, 438, 449, 556, 604, 
724, 879, 961. 

Entomology, 21, 303, 400. 



Finance, 30, 59, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 98, 99, 203, 
269, 270, 347, 386, 394, 409, 667, 710, 891, 
909, 934, 940. 

Fishing, 403. 

Food Products : Cold Storage, 38, 39, 89, 446. 

Forestry and Timber, 273, 274, 275, 278. 

Freemasonry, 80. 

Fruit, 446. 



Gas, 82. 

Geography and Travel, 46, 83, 84, 205, 254, 

287, 341, 562, 952, 1029, 1043, 1054, 1055, 

1068, 1072, 1074, 1083. 



Hardware, 929. 

History, 31, 237, 348, 358, 402, 510, 528, 797, 
953, 1071, 1078, 1080, 1084, 1085, 1087. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 

Insurance, 930. 



Labour, 313, 875, 978. 

Language, 1062, 1067. 

Law, 211, 302, 308, 309, 310, 354, 397, 398, 414, 

416, 421, 439, 505, 605, 606-611, 644, 703, 

709, 713, 714, 725-728, 739, 744, 762, 785a, 

801, 875, 907, 962, 975, 987. 
Leather, 932. 
Literature, 1, 11, 18, 214, 215, 240, 243, 278, 

371, 373, 561, 867, 1073, 1075. 

Medicine and Hygiene : Tropical Medicine, 

21, 209, 210, 213, 250, 279, 352, 729, 869, 

931 933. 
Mining, 23, 222, 353, 380, 438, 449, 634, 865, 

879, 904, 959, 961. 
Missions, 34, 35, 58, 219, 223, 236, 258, 290, 

442, 541, 570, 594, 652, 657, 734, 1010, 

1060, 1090. 
Mohammedanism, 227. 
Mountaineering, 429. 
Municipal Government, 343. 

Natives and Colour Question : Ethnology, 
6, 206, 435, 559, 584, 642, 734, 736, 737, 760, 
771, 885, 980, 1067, 1088. 

Nature Study, 48, 49, 71, 231, 400, 585, 954. 

Oil, 82. 
Ornithology, 627. 

Patents and Trade Marks, 307, 851, 852. 

Philately, 267. 

PoUtics and Sociology, 21a, 44, 50, 60, 78, 230, 

233, 234, 235, 238, 242, 245, 247, 251, 263, 

286, 1051. 
Printing, 892, 910a, 

Railways, 216, 246, 277, 677, 730, 747. 
Rubber, 94, 1059, 1079. 



Sanitation, 209, 729. 

Science, 207, 231, 252, 563, 623, 649, 674, 900a, 

967. 
Shipping, 257, 989. 
Sport, 48, 71, 90a, 403, 429. 
Statistics, 311, 612, 858, 881, 1024, 1081. 
Sugar, 97, 893. 
Surveying, 271. 

Textiles, 732 
Timber. See Forestry. 



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XII.— GOLD MEDAL FOR SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY. 

The Council of the Eoyal Colonial Institute have resolved to establisli a Gold Medal 
to be ofiered annually for the best research monograph on some subject, which the 
Council will determine annually, bearing directly upon the practical problem of the 
closer and permanent union of the Empire. In addition to the medal a grant of one 
hundred guineas will be made to the successful competitor, together with Honorary 
Fellowship of the Institute for life. Apart from the successful monograph, the Council 
may award pecuniary acknowledgment for monographs of special merit. The aim 
of the Council is to encourage scientific inquiry into such particular questions 
directly affecting the Imperial problem as may seem susceptible to that mode of 
treatment. The theme for the current year has been selected with reference to the 
immediate phase of the Imperial movement, and is stated as follows : — 

" The interaction, if any, between the economic interests o! a State and its foreign 
relations, with special reference to the question whether, or how far, the self- 
governing States of the British Empire (with or without a more centralised system of 
government than it now has) could co-operate permanently for the purpose of defence 
without co-operating for the purpose also of trade. ' ' 



Regulations. 

The Competition shall be governed by the following Regulations : — 

1. The Competition is open to British subjects of either sex. 

2. The monographs must be received at the Institute, addressed to the Secretary 
and marked on the envelope " Research Medal," not later than the following 
dates : — 

Country of Origin. Latest Date. 

United Kingdom, Continent of Europe, and adjacent places . January 1, 1914 

North America January 8, „ 

South, East, and West Africa, India, and adjacent places . . January 17, ,, 

South America, West Indies, and adjacent places , . . January 22, „ 

Australia, New Zealand, South Pacific, and Far East . . January 31, „ 

3. The monographs must be in the English language, typed on one side only of 
foolscap paper, with a margin on the left-hand side. 

4. Each monograph to be marked with a motto or other distinguishing sign— not 
being the name of the writer — and accompanied by a sealed envelope bearing a similar 
motto or sign,and containing the full name and address of the writer of the monograph. 

5. Monographs may be accompanied by appendices such as bibliographies, analyses, 
charts, tables, statistics or other tabulated information of a kind Ukely to be useful 
to later students of the same subjects. In arriving at their decision the Examiners 
will take account of the value not only of the monograph itself but also of any 
accompanying appendices. 

6. Monographs should be of a length not exceeding 25,000 words or thereabouts 
exclusive of any appendices. 



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7. The copyriglit of the successful monograph shall be the exclusive property of 
the Institute. 

8. In the case of the Council desiring to pubUsh the work, or part thereof, of any 
unsuccessful competitor, they shall have the right to do so, and in that event shall 
make to him or her such pecuniary acknowledgment as they think fit, and the said 
competitor shall accept it as sufficient. 

9. The Council reserve to themselves the right of not making any of the above- 
mentioned awards if in the opinion of the Examiners none of the work submitted is 
sufficiently meritorious. 



XIII.— PRIZES FOR ESSAYS. 



The Council of the Eoyal Colonial Institute, desiring to encourage the rising 
generation to acquire a better and more extended knowledge and appreciation of His 
Majesty's Empire, have decided to offer prizes to young men and women undergoing 
education, for essays on subjects of Imperial concern. It is felt that the prepara- 
tion of such essays would tend to stimulate interest in the history, institutions, and 
resources of the various countries which constitute the Empire. The subject selected 
for the present year's competition is " The Meaning of British Imperialism." 



CONDITIONS. 

1. The Council offer two Prizes of £20, and one of £10, respectively for the best 
three essays. 

2. One prize of £20 is open to persons being undergraduate members of any 
university in the United Kingdom, and who shall not, at the time fixed for sending in 
the essays, have been members for more than three years. 

3. One prize of £20 and one of £10 are open to pupils of any school in the United 
Kingdom, who do not exceed the age of nineteen years at the time fixed for sending in 
the essays. 

4. The competition is open to both sexes. 

5. Certificates will be awarded to the prize winners, and to such other competitors 
as may appear deserving. 

6. The length of the papers not to exceed 5,000 words, to be written on one side 
only of foolscap paper, with an inch and a half margin on the left-hand side. 

7. The papers to be delivered at the Institute not later than 5 p.m. on 
September 20, 1913. 

8. Not more than three papers to be sent in from any one school. 

9. Each envelope to be marked on the left-hand upper corner " Essay Competition," 
" University," or " School," as the case may be, and addressed to " The Secretary, 
Royal Colonial Institute, Northumberland Avenue, London." 



48 Royal Colonial Institute. 

10. Each essay to be marked witli a motto or other distinguishing sign — not 
being the name of the writer — and accompanied by a sealed envelope, bearing a 
similar motto or sign, and containing the full name and address of the writer of the 
essay. 

11. Each essay to be accompanied by a certificate from some person holding a 
pubUc position, e.g. a minister of religion, professor, &c., declaring that such person 
has satisfied himself or herself that the essay marked (quoting the mark or sign) is 
the genuine work of the writer named in the accompanying sealed envelope ; that 
such writer is a member of the university or school — as the case may be — and, as to 
a university, has not been a member of such university for more than three years ; 
and in the case of a school, does not exceed the age of nineteen years on the latest 
date fixed for the delivery of the essay at the Institute. 

12. Successful competitors to furnish any further proofs of compliance with the 
terms of the competition that may be required by the Council. 

13. Papers illegibly written or not complying with the regulations will be rejected. 

14. The prizes to be awarded by the Council, after consideration of the report of the 
examiner, who will be appointed by the Council. The decision will be announced on 
December 1, 1913. 

15. The Council reserve the right of withholding any prize and of making such 
supplementary regulations in respect to the competition as may from time to time 
appear to them to be necessary. 

16. Essays sent in for competition will not be returned. 

17. The copyright of all essays sent in to be deemed to be vested in the Council. 



XIV.— LOCAL COMMITTEES AND LOCAL BRANCHES. 

In the Kegulations the word Council means the Council of the Koyal Colonial 
Institute. 

A Local Committee of the Institute may be constituted in any town or district 
of the United Kingdom, in accordance with Regulations to be from time to time 
framed by the Council of the Institute. 

The function of a Local Committee is to further the objects and aims for which the 
Institute was founded by diffusing information concerning the Empire, by organising 
lectures for all classes throughout the district, by distributing literature or by other 
means, by arranging public meetings whenever the Council desire to focus public 
attention on any matter, by watching the emigration movement in the district with a 
view to keeping the Emigration Committee of the Institute in touch with every 
development, by promoting Empire trade, and generally by such other means as the 
Council may direct. 

Subject to the decision of the Council that the local conditions are such as to 
justify the enterprise, and to the Regulations for the time being in force, a Local 
Committee may found a Local Branch of the Institute, which should have as its head- 
quarters a suitable Building designed to afford facilities similar to those of the Institute 
Building in London. 



Local Committees and Local Branches. . 49 

Regulations. 
I. — Local Committees. 

1. Upon receipt of a requ*«t in writing from ten local subscribers (Fellows or 
Associates) residing in a town or district the Council may, at their discretion, issue 
a Certificate establishing a Local Committee and defining its district. The Council 
may, by a subsequent Certificate, vary the district so defined. 

2. The ten who have signed the request shall, on receipt of the Certificate, become 
the Provisional Committee, with power to add to their number, and shall appoint 
honorary officers. The Provisional Committee shall, as soon as may be convenient, 
summon a General Meeting of all Fellows and Associates resident within the district. 
The meeting shall proceed to the election of a Committee, which shall thereafter be 
recognised as the Local Committee, and the appointment of honorary officers, who shall 
be subject to the approval of the Council. 

3. Once a year the Local Committee shall summon a General Meeting of the 
Fellows and Associates resident within the district for the election of a Committee and 
officers for the ensuing year. 

4. Not later than February 1st in each year the Honorary Secretary of the Local 
Committee shall submit to the Council a tentative programme of work to be undertaken 
in the current year and an estimate of expenditure. A financial allowance may be 
made by the Council towards such expenditure, having regard to the nature of the 
work to be undertaken by the Local Committee and approved by the Council in each 
case. The allowance shall normally not exceed the sum of Five Shillings per head of 
Fellows and Associates resident within the district. 

5. The Secretary of the Local Committee shall forward to the Secretary of the 
Institute, not later than February 1st, a report on the work of the Committee for the 
past year, together with an audited statement of income and expenditure. 

6. The Council shall not be responsible for the defaults, financial or otherwise, of a 
Local Committee, or for any acts which are contrary to the aims or regulations of the 
Institute. 

7. The Council may at its discretion, and on giving not less than six months' 
notice in writing, revoke the Certificate, which shall then be returned to the Secretary 
of the Institute, together with all monies standing to the credit of the Committee after 
all liabilities have been discharged. 



II. — Local Branches. 

1. The application of any Local Committee for authority to found a Local Branch 
shall set forth {a) the area proposed to be included, (&) the population within that area, 
(c) the number of Fellows and Associates resident within that area and the estimated 
probable increase, {d) the scheme for the acquisition and maintenance of Institute 
premises, including any special offers for this purpose by local residents or others, and 
[e) any other circumstances in support of the application. The Council, if they grant 
the application, will issue a Warrant of Incorporation as well as a Certificate defining 
the area. The area may subsequently be varied. The Warrant will define the 
financial relations between the Institute and the Branch. 



50 Royal Colonial Institute. 

2. A Local Branch may be organised witii sucli officers, honorary or otherwise, 
as the Council may in each case approve. The Secretary of the Local Branch will 
generally undertake the duties of Honorary Corresponding Secretary of the Institute. 

3. A Local Branch may make regulations for the conduct and support of the 
Branch, such regulations to be passed at a General Meeting and to be subject to the 
approval of the Council. The regulations may provide for the collection of an 
additional subscription towards the maintenance of the local Institute or its 
activities. But refusal to pay such additional subscription shall not impair the 
general status or privileges of an Associate or Fellow of the Institute, as defined in the 
Eules and Eegulations of the Institute. 

4. A Local Branch shall be deemed to include all Fellows and Associates resident 
within the area, excepting those (if any) who decUne to pay the extra subscription 
(if any) on account of local privileges or activities. 

5. Once a year a general meeting of the Local Branch shall be held for the purpose 
of electing a committee and officers for the ensuing year. 

6. Not later than February 1st in each year the Secretary of the Branch shall 
submit to the Council a tentative programme of work to be performed in the current 
year and an estimate of expenditure. A financial allowance may be made by the 
Council towards such expenditure, having regard to the nature of the work to be under- 
taken by the Branch and approved by the Council in each case, and the amount of 
the subscription collected within the area. 

7. The Secretary of the Local Branch shall collect the subscriptions of Fellows 
and Associates within the area, and shall remit the same to the Secretary in London 
except in so far as he may be otherwise authorised by the approved Regulations or by 
the Council. Should the Secretary in London receive direct any subscriptions from 
within the area he will at once notify the Local Secretary. 

8. The Secretary of a Local Branch shall forward to the Secretary of the Institute, 
not later than February 1st, a report on the work of the Branch for the past year 
together with an audited statement of income and expenditure. 

9. The Council will not be responsible for the defaults, financial or otherwise, of a 
Local Branch, or for any acts which are not consonant with the aims and regulations 
of the Institute. 

10. The Council may, at its discretion, from time to time vary the regulations, and 
on giving not less than six months' notice in writing, revoke the Warrant of Incorpora- 
tion, which shall then be returned to the Secretary of the Institute together with all 
monies standing to the credit of the Branch after all liabilities have been discharged. 



XV.— ILLUSTRATED EMPIRE LECTURES. 

During the year 1910 the Council started a movement for the purpose of inculcating 
the principles governing the Institute and spreading throughout the United Kingdom 
detailed knowledge as to the present resources and future development and con- 
solidation of the Empire b§^ means of illustrated lectures dealing with all parts of 
the Overseas Dominions. The diffusion of knowledge concerning the Empire is 

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one of the principal objects for wliicTi the Institute was originally founded, and has 
been steadily and regularly carried out at the sessional meetings held in London by 
the Papers which are then read and \. he discussions which take place thereon. But 
the opportunities for attending these meetings to those who live outside London 
and its immediate neighbourhood are naturally restricted, and it is for that reason 
that steps have been taken to further this particular branch of the Institute's work 
throughout the country. 

To maintain a regular scheme of lectures on a large scale necessarily involves 
considerable expense, and the extent therefore to which it may be found possible to 
develop the movement must be largely dependent upon the amount of funds which 
are from time to time available for the purpose. With this object in view, a special 
fund, known as the " Empire Lectures Fund," has been established, and subscriptions 
thereto may be addressed to the Secretary of the Institute. 

Mr. Herbert Garrison, F.E.G.S., Official Lecturer of the Institute, has devoted 
most of his life to studying the British Empire, travelling over it and lecturing 
upon it. He has lectured with marked success throughout the United Kingdom to 
large audiences of the general public as well as to leading societies, educational 
institutions, and colleges. The lectures have been actively supported by influential 
committees in the various centres, and the Council have received many letters of 
thanks and appreciation. 

Members of the Council and several other Fellows of the Institute have assisted 
in promoting this important work, and it is hoped that others will follow their example 
by arranging for the delivery of lectures in their own particular districts. 

Mr. Garrison's lectures comprise the following subjects :— - 

1. " Our World-Wide Empire." 

2. " Outposts of the British Empire." 

3. " The Dominion of Canada." 

4. " The Commonwealth of Australia." 

5. " The Union of South Africa ; and Rhodesia." 

6. " The Romance of India, and the Delhi Durbar." 

7. " New Zealand— The Wonderland of the World." 

8. " Ceylon— Eden of the Eastern Wave." 

9. " The British Isles of the Far Pacific." 

10. " Our Crown Colonies, Dependencies, and Protectorates." 

11. " Newfoundland— Our oldest Colony." 

12. " British Possessions in the Mediterranean." 

13. " The Straits Settlements, the Malay States, and North Borneo." 

14. " British West Indies." 

15. " British Columbia." 

16. " Round the World on the King's Highway— the All-Red Route." 

All these lectures are illustrated by lantern slides from Mr. Garrison's own unique 
collection. Some of the subjects are also illustrated by kinematograph films. The 
Institute also possesses a collection of lantern sHdes illustrating the physical features, 
industries, and public buildings in various parts of the Empire, which are used to 
illustrate lectures delivered under its auspices. 



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XVI.— EMPIRE TRADE AND INDUSTRY COMMITTEE. 

Ben H. Morgan, Esq., Chairman ; Lieut.-Gen. Sir J. Bevau Edwards, K.C.B., 
K.C.M.G.(Chairman of Council of the Institute), Sir Godfrey Lagden,K.C.M.G. (Deputy 
Chairman of Council of the Institute), Richard Jebb, Esq., Sir Daniel Morris, K.C.M.G., 
Henry Birchenough, Esq., C.M.G., The Hon. Sir C. H. Rason, Hugo Hirst, Esq. 
(Chairman, Manufacturers' Association), Stanley Machin, Esq. (Ex-Chairman, London 
Chamber of Commerce), Edward Man\alle, Esq. (Chairman, Society of Motor Manu- 
facturers and Traders), Colonel John Denny, Major Archer-Shee, D.S.O., M.P., Lord 
Merthyr, K.C.V.O., R. K. Morcom, Esq., G. McL. Brown, Esq., F. C. Salter, Esq., 
Ellis T. PoweU, Esq., LL.B., B.Sc, W. M. Botsford, Esq., Hon. J. G. Jenkins, Joseph 
Rippon, Esq. 

The objects of the committee are : — 

(1) To facilitate, encourage and arrange industrial conferences or meetings to be 
attended by men of affairs from any or all parts of the Empire, in order to discuss 
questions of common interest with a view to regulating and co-ordinating the conditions 
of Empire trade and industry. 

(2) To encourage and facilitate Empire trade and industry, e.g. by arranging for 
the reading of Papers and deUvery of Addresses on financial, industrial, and trade 
subjects by authorities before the Institute itself and before Chambers of Commerce, 
trade bodies, and like institutions in the leading industrial centres. 

The work of the committee has received the support and co-operation of the 
Governments of the various overseas possessions, who have undertaken to supply to the 
Institute their reports and other documents affecting Empire trade and industry. 

The following subjects have already engaged the attention of the committee, and 
action in regard thereto has been taken in various directions, including formal resolu- 
tions which have been forwarded to the President of the Board of Trade and the 
Secretaries of State for Foreign Affairs and the Colonies, deputations to the 
Royal Empire Commission, representations to railway and shipping companies, 
public addresses, distribution of circulars, and in other ways. 

British Consular Service. — As a result of the Committee's advocacy, the facilities 
of the British Consular Service have been extended to the people of Canada and 
Australia, and will shortly, it is expected, be made available to the people of South 
Africa, New Zealand, and other parts of the Empire. Hitherto the Service has 
represented the interests, and been at the disposal, primarily of the people of the 
United Kingdom, and it is confidently expected that this imperialisation of the Service 
will obviate the necessity for separate Consular representation and so promote joint 
working and harmonious external diplomatic and commercial relations. 

Itnferial Development Board and Fund.— The Committee has devoted special 
attention to the subject of bringing about the establishment of some machinery that 
will be successful in promoting inter-Empire schemes of common interest, particu- 
larly those affecting transportation and intercommunications, and has recommended 
to the Royal Commission on Empire Trade firstly by a memorial and afterwards 
through a deputation, the formation of an Imperial Development Board and 
Fund as the practical means of advancing the common interests of the various 



Empire Trade and Industry Committee. 53 

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parts of the Empire particularly interested. This scheme is now under the 

consideration of the Eoyal Commission and" this Committee is still engaged, at the 
request of the Commission, in collecting information bearing on the proposal. 

Through Transportation by Sea and Land. — The Committee has continued to 
emphasize the necessity of estabhshing a system of through bookings of goods by 
sea and land from any one part of the Empire to another. The desirability of bringing 
the producer into the closest touch with the consumer in overseas markets is an obvious 
advantage to British trade and, on the other hand, of placing the producer in the 
Dominions and Colonies in the closest business relations with traders in this country. 
This can only be done by improving transportation facilities and replacing the present 
cumbrous system of booking by a simple and direct one such as exists in Germany 
and the United States. 

Uniformity in Empire Statistics. — The Committee has for some time urged 
the necessity of taking steps to bring about closer uniformity in the methods in use 
throughout the Empire of collecting, collating, publishing, and printing Imperial 
statistics so as to give them common values and to make the figures of one part 
comparable with another. As a result of a resolution, passed at the Imperial Conference 
in 1907 the Imperial Government made some suggestions to the Dominions with a 
view to closer uniformity and some of these have been adopted, but, on the whole, little 
real progress has been made in the matter. The Committee is of opinion that 
uniformity will be better and quicker realised if a common system were evolved, the 
main principles of which had been agreed to at a Conference of Statisticians of 
the Empire rather than by continuing to urge upon the Dominions the adoption of 
the statistical system used by the Home Government. 

British Trade with India. — Special attention has also been devoted to increasing 
British export trade to the Indian Empire, and certain recommendations have been 
made to the Imperial Government with this end in view, and the attention of the 
Government has been drawn to special efforts that have recently been made by the 
United States to extend American trade in that market. Amongst other suggestions 
the Committee has urged the Imperial Government to appoint a Trade Commissioner 
in India for the purpose of keeping British manufacturers and traders informed 
from time to time as to the openings of trade, local conditions, and the extent and 
nature of foreign conditions prevailing. 

British Trade with the Crown Colonies. — Somewhat similar reports have been 
made to the Imperial Government concerning the trade and resources of the Crown 
Colonies and Dependencies. The foreign proportion of both the import and export 
trade with these portions of the Empire has enormously increased of recent years 
and, in addition to urging the appointment of Trade Commissioners to groups of 
Colonies, the Committee have pressed the Government to issue periodical reports or 
handbooks detailing the resources and the openings for British capital and enterprise. 
Some little success has been met with in this connection, as the Commercial Department 
of the Board of Trade has recently issued a series of reports by their special trade 
correspondents in British West Africa, Straits Settlements, British Gixiana, and 
Bermuda. 

The dominant note of the Royal Colonial Institute's work is concisely described 
in its motto " United Empire." The Trade and Industry Committee exists to foster, 
stimulate, and assist British commercial and industrial interests, with special regard 



54 Royal Colonial Institute. 

to their Imperial aspect as elements and factors of Imperial union. It is, therefore, 
auxiliary to and not in conflict with other organisations working for the development 
of British trade interests. 



XVII.— CITY LUNCHEONS. 



In connection with the work of the Empire Trade and Industry Committee luncheons 
are held from time to time in the City of London at which leading statesmen from the 
Overseas Dominions and Colonies are entertained and deliver addresses on Empire 
questions. The luncheons occupy only one hour and have been numerously attended. 
The following is a list of the guests who have been entertained by the Institute and the 
subjects dealt with by them :— 

" The Finances of Western Australia." By Colonel Hon. Sir Newton J. Moore, K.C.M.G. 
(Agent -General for Western Australia). 

" The Finances of Tasmania." By Hon. Sir Elliott Lewis, K.C.M.G. (Premier of Tasmania). 

" The Resources and Finances of British Columbia." By Hon. Richard McBride, K.C. 
(Premier of British Columbia). 

" The Province of Quebec and its Resources." By Hon. P. Pelletier, M.D. (Agent -General 
for Quebec). 

" Canada and the Empire." By Hon. George E. Foster, M.P. (Minister of Trade and 
Finance, Dominion of Canada). 

" The Development of the Western Provinces of Canada." By Hon. A. L. Sifton (Premier 
of Alberta). 

" Land Settlement within the Empire." By J. S. Dennis. 

" New Zealand and its Mission in the Pacific." By Colonel Hon. James Allen (Minister 
of Finance and Defence, New Zealand). 

" The State of Western Australia." By Hon. John Scaddan (Premier of Western 
Austraha). 

" The Development of British Guiana." By C. Sandbach Parker. 

" The State of Victoria." By Hon. W. A. Watt (Premier of Victoria). 

" The State of South Australia." By Hon. A. H. Peake (Premier of South AustraUa). 

" The Province of Quebec." By Hon. Sir Lomer Gouin, K.C. (Premier of Quebec). 

" The Aifau-s of Canada." By Sir Edmund Walker, C.V.O. (President of the Canadian 
Bank of Commerce). 



XVm.— ANNUAL DINNER AND CONVERSAZIONE. 

The annual dinner is held, as a rule, on May 24 (Empire Day), and is presided over 
by either the President or one of the Vice-Presidents of the Institute. The Chairmen 
of the last few years include H.E.H. the Prince of Wales (afterwards H.M. King 
Edward VII), H.R.H. the Prince of Wales (now H.M. King George V) ; Field-Marshal 
H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught, H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge, The Right Hon. 
Joseph Chamberlain, the Earl of Rosebery, the Duke of Argyll, Lord Northcote, 



Standing Emigration Committee. 55 

the Earl of Onslow, the Right Hon. Alfred Lyttelton, the Earl of Crewe, Lord Avebury, 
the Earl of Aberdeen, the Earl of Dunraven, the Earl of Jersey, Earl Grey, Lord 
Strathcona, and the Earl of Elgin. At these gatherings distinguished men of affairs 
gather together from all parts of the Empire, and the speeches delivered are valuable 
additions to the archives of the Institute. Dinners are also held simultaneously in 
various parts of the World and greetings exchanged. The latter gatherings are 
organised by the Honorary Corresponding Secretaries. 

The annual Conversazione mostly takes place in the month of June, and for the past 
few years has been held in the Natural History Museum, which has been lent by the 
Trustees of the British Museum. The guests usually number between two and three 
thousand. 



XIX.— STANDING EMIGRATION COMMITTEE. 

His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, K.G., Chairman ; William Baker, Esq., 
M.A,, LL.B. (Dr. Barnardo's Homes) ; Ernest E. Carleton, Esq. (Central 
Emigration Board) ; Lieut.-General Sir J. Bevan Edwards, K.C.B., K.C.M.G. 
(Royal Colonial Institute) ; Douglas Eyre, Esq. (Children's Farm Homes Association) ; 
E. C. Gates, Esq. (Self-Help Emigration Society) ; Miss Mary K. Grimes (Church 
Emigration Society) ; The Hon. Mrs. Norman Grosvenor (Colonial Intelligence League) ; 
The Rev. R. L. Gwynne (Kent Colonising Association) ; Walter Hazell, Esq., J.P. 
(Central (Unemployed) Body for London) ; Gordon Inglis, Esq. ; G. D . Jefferson, 
Esq. (Child Emigration Society) ; P. H. Kerr, Esq. (Settlers' Emigration Society) ; 
T. M. Kirkwood, Esq. (East End Emigration Fund) ; The LadyKnightley of Fawsley 
(British Women's Emigration Association) ; Sir Godfrey Lagden, K.C.M.G. (Royal 
Colonial Institute) ; Commissioner D. C. Lamb (Salvation Army) ; Colonel The Hon. 
H. Lawson, M.P. (Emigrants' Information Office) ; F, Morris, Esq. (Charity Organisa- 
tion Society) ; Arthur A. Pearson, Esq., C.M.G. (Child Emigration Society) ; Guy W. 
Radford, Esq. (South African Colonisation Society) ; Colonel H. E. Rawson, C.B. 
(Royal Colonial Institute) ; The Hon. Lady Talbot (Victoria League) ; Miss C. M. 
Wadge (South African Colonisation Society) ; W. A. Evans, Esq., M.A. (Public 
Schools Emigration League), Hon. Secretary of Standing Emigration Committee. 

The formation of this Committee was the result of a Conference organised by 
the Royal Colonial Institute and held at the Whitehall Rooms, London, on May 30 
and 31, 1910. Delegates from forty-nine emigration societies in the United Kingdom 
attended the Conference, the discussions including such subjects as : (1) Diverting, 
as far as possible, the stream of emigration now directed to foreign countries, to our 
own Dominions ; (2) Emigration generally, from the United Kingdom to the 
Dominions. 

At a subsequent meeting, the representatives of these societies elected ten of their 
members to serve on the standing committee, and these, with a chairman and five 
members, were constituted a committee to deal with questions of emigration, and to 
which other members were afterwards added by the Council of the Institute. 



56 Royal Colonial Institute. 

Executive sub-cominittees were formed to deal with (1) women, (2) single men and 
families, (3) children, and their reports formed the subject of a letter by the Chairman 
to the Prime Minister, which was forwarded with the concurrence of the Coimcil. 
The request was made therein that the subject of emigration should form one of those 
discussed by the Imperial Conference in 1911, and if this were found impracticable, 
that it might be referred to a subsidiary conference or to a committee of the Conference. 
Eventually, in 1912, the Prime Minister appointed the Dominions Royal Commission, 
and made the subject of migration within the Empire one of its terms of reference, 
and a deputation fi-om the Standing Emigration Committee appeared before the 
Commission and gave evidence. It was urged by the deputation that there should 
be Government control of all emigration agencies and co-operation between the 
Mother-Country and the Dominions. The large number of orphan, deserted, and 
neglected children of both sexes, eligible for emigration, now under the control of the 
guardians, made it most desirable that some settled policy of emigration should be 
adopted by the Government in order to ensure a better future for the children. 

A deputation of the Standing Emigration Committee had also been received by a 
committee of the Local Government Board, which was enquiring into the employment 
of children in various industries. The difficulties which the guardians met with in 
emigrating any of the children under their control, especially in the matter of expense, 
were put before them, and the Local Government Board was urged to explain the posi- 
tion of the guardians under the several acts, so that they might know what amount 
could be paid in and about emigration. In consequence, the Coimcil of the Royal 
Colonial Institute received a letter from the Local Government Board with permission 
to make its contents public, and in which it was stated that there was no definite limit 
to the amount which might be expended in and about the emigration of Poor-Law 
children, but that nothing might be spent upon their maintenance overseas. 

The following is a list of some of the subjects recently discussed by the 
Committee : — 

(a) The statutory limitations as to the expenditure per head on the emigration 
of children. 

(6) The emigration of ex-service men to Australia. 

(c) Emigration of children to Australia. 

\d) The action of Boards of Guardians as to the success attending the emigration 
of Poor Law children. 

(e) The charges on emigrants. 

The Standing Emigration Committee is consultative and not executive. It aims at 
co-ordinating the work of all Emigration Societies and is prepared to act in an advisory 
capacity when matters are referred to it. It looks to some form of co-operation being 
secured between the Home Government and the Dominions, and it is in a position to 
approach the difierent departments of the former in all matters relating to emigration. 



XX.— LODGE OF FREEMASONS. 



The Royal Colonial Institute Lodge No. 3556— membership of which is restricted to 
Fellows of the Institute — was consecrated by Lord Ampthill at Freemasons' Hall on 
January 10, 1912, in the presence of some two hundred Founders and their friends. 
The President of the Institute, Field-Marshal H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught, K.G., 



Lodge of Freer/W.sons. 57 

G.C.M.G., is the Permanent Master of tlie Lodge, and the Hon. Sir John A. Cockburn, 
M.D., K.CM.G., acted in the capacity of Deputy Master for the first year. 

The Lodge, which has now a membership of 90, held five meetings in 1912. At the 
Installation meeting, held on January 8, 1913, Lieut. -Colonel the Hon. Sir Newton J. 
Moore, K.C.M.G., was appointed by His Royal Highness to the chair as Deputy 
Master in succession to Sir John A. Cockburn. He appointed as his Officers : — 

Sir John A. Cockburn, I.P.M. ; F. Faithfull Begg, Senior Warden ; E. Luxmore 
Marshall, Junior Warden ; The Rev. W. Russell Finlay, Chaplain ; Ralph S. Bond, 
Treasurer ; Major G. S. Beeching, V.D., Secretary ; M. S. Runchman, Senior Deacon ; 
Col. G. M. Weekley, V.D., Junior Deacon ; T. Boevey Barrett, Director of Ceremonies ; 
Edward S. Odell, Assistant Director of Ceremonies ; Thos. A, Bayliss, J.P., Almoner ; 
D. F. TuffiU, Organist ; Major J. R. Boose, V.D., Assistant Secretary ; Major A. J. N. 
Tremearne, B.A., F.R.G.S., Inner Guard ; Alfred Holdsworth, A. Ross, Gilbert 
Taylor, A. H. Moreing, Stewards ; Joseph Taylor, Tyler. 

It is proposed to form a Chapter of Royal Arch Masons in connection with the 
Lodge, and Fellows of the Institute who are eligible to become Founders are invited 
to communicate with Major G. S. Beeching, Secretary {pro tem.), before September 30. 
The Lodge meets at Freemasons' Hall on the second Wednesday in the months of 
January, March, June, August, and October. All correspondence should be addressed 
to the Secretary, Major G. S. Beeching, V.D., at the Royal Colonial Institute. 



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XXI.-LIST OF FELLOWS. 

Corrected to 28 July, 1913. 



patron : His majesty the king. 



(Those marked * are Honorary Fellows.) 
(Those marked f have compounded for life.) 



RESIDENT FELLOWS. 

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1897 I t^-ABABRELTOx, ROBERT, F.R.G.S., F.R.E.S., P.O. Box 33, Pretoria South Africa ; 
and P.O. Box 322, Maritzburg, South Africa. 

1891 Aberdeen, H.E., the Right Hon. The Earl of, K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., Vice- 
Regal Lodge, Dublin ; and Haddo HoUrie, Aberdeen, N.B. 

1886 t-A-CLAND, Vice-Admiral Sir William A. Dyke, Bart., C.V.O., Wilmead, Mid-Warherry 
Road, Torquay ; United Service Club, and Athencenm Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 

1883 Acton- Adams, William, 74 Park Mansions, Albert Gate, S.W. 

1889 Acutt, R. Noble, Octon, Torquay. 

1886 t-^DAM, Sir Charles E., Bart., 5 New Sq-aare, Lincoln's Inn, W.G. ; and Blair-Adam, 

Kinross-shire, N.B. 
1893 Adams, George, 47 Vincent Square, S.W. 
1901 Adamson, Sir William, C.M.G., 2 BilUter Avenue, E.C. 

1887 Agius, Edward T., 22 BilUter Street, E.C. ; and Malta. 
1912 Airedale, Right Hon. Lord, Gledhow Hall, Leeds. 

1911 AiKiN, William A., M.D., 66 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W. 

1911 Aitkbn, Sir W. Max, M.P., Cherkley Court, Leatherhead ; and 28 Threadneedle Street, E.C. 

1911 Albemarle, Right Hon. the Earl of, K.C.V.O., C.B., A.D.C., 39 Belgrave Square, S.W. ; 

and Quidenham, Norfolk. 
1886 Alcock, John, 111 Cambridge Gardens, North Kensington, W, 
1885 fALDENHOVEN, JosEPH W., Messrs. W. Eldon tfc Co., St. Dunstan's Buildings, St. Dunstans 

HiU, E.C. 

1909 Alexander, Major Dudley H., C.M.G., F.R.G.S., 6 St. James's Place, S.W. 
1907 t-Aj^i-AN, Arthur Campbell, 14 South Audley Street, W. 

1912 Allan, Hugh, 14 Cockspur Street, S.W. 

1883 Alldridge, T. J., I.S.O., F.R.G.S., F.Z.S., Oakmount, Guildford Road, Bagshot, Surrey. 

1898 fALLEN, Arthitr a., M.P., 13 Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W. 
1880 t-^i'i'®^> Robert, Summerhayes, Betchworth, Surrey. 

1907 Allen, William H., 1 Dean's Yard, S.W. ; and Bromham, Bedford. 

1910 Allen, William R., 58 Priory Road, West Hampstead, N.W. 

1899 I Allen, Rev. W. Osborn B., M.A., 83 St. George's Road, S.W. 
1880 i Allport, Walter H., C.E., Lynwood, Cardington Road, Bedford. 
1909 1 Amery, Leopold S., M.A., M.P., 9 Embankment Gardens, Chelsea, S.W. 

1906 fAMPTHiLL, Right Hon. Lord, G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., Milton Ernest Hall, Bedford. 

1913 Amschel, Julius A., 28 Park Side, Knightsbridge, S.W. 
1909 Anderson, Alan G., 5 Fenchurch Avenue, E.C. 

1912 Anderson, David, F.C.I.S., 1 London Wall Buildings, E.C. 
1875 t Anderson, Edward R. 

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Anderson, Frederick, 54 Queeti's Oate, S. W. ; and Oriental Club, Hanover Square, W. 

Anderson, George Gray, 16 Philpot Lane, E.G. 

Anderson, Herbert Wm., Wharepuni, Went By fleet, Surrey. 

Anderson, James C, 16 Lynedoch Place, Edinburgh. 

Anderson, Sir John, Messrs. Guthrie d: Co., 5, Whittington Avenue, E.G. 

Anderson, Sir John, G.C.M.G., Colonial Office, Downing Street, S.W. 

Anderson, John Kingdon, 10 York House, Kensington, W. 

Anderson, Sir Kenneth S., K.C.M.G., K.C.B., 5 Fenchurch Avenue, E.G. 

Anderson, W. Herbert, 12 Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. 

Anderson, William Baker, Lanresa House, Roehampton, S.W. 

t Andrew, Duncan C., Benvyn, Bearsden, Glasgow. 

Andrews, M. Stewaut, 72 Heme Hill, S.E. 

Andrews, Thomas J., Prince of Wales Mine, Harrowbarrow, St. Dominick R.S.O., 
Cornwall. 

Anqtts, Arthur R., Glenmore House, Glenmore Road, Minehead, Somerset. 

Annable, Henry Wm. Coupe, Aubrey Haiv, Egham, Surrey. 

Anson, Frederick A., M.A., Trinity College, Oxford. 

Anstruther-Gray, Major William, M.P., Kilmany, Fife, N.B. 

Arbuthnot, Major John B., M.V.O., Guards' Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

f Arbuthnot, William Reierson, 33 St. Helens Place, E.G. ; and National Club, 1 Whitehall 
Gardens, S. W. 

Archer-Shee, Major Martin, D.S.O., M.P., 18 Park Street, W. 

fARGYLL, His Grace the Duke of, K.G., K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., Kensington Palace, W. 

fARKWRiGHT, John S., 56 St. George's Square, S.W. 

■j-Armitage, James Robertson. 

Armour, Donald J., M.B., F.R.C.S., 23 New Cavendish Street, W. 

Armstrong, C. Spearman, Oakhurst, West Byfleet, Surrey. 

Armstrong, John Pbiaulx, Claremont, Banagher, King's Co., Ireland. 

■j- Armstrong, W. C. Hbaton, 5 Cornwall Gardens, S.W. 

fARMYTAGB, George F., Hoo Lodge, Rochester. 

JAshcroft, Edgar A., M.LM.M., M.I.E.E., 99 Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. 

Ashe, Frederick Webber, Englemere Hill, Ascot; and Union Bank of Canada, 51 Thread- 
needle Street, E.G. 

AsHTON, Ralph S., B.A., 19 Belmont Park, Lee, S.E. 

Askew, Hugh, 3 Hans Crescent, S.W. 

Aspinall, Algernon E., 3 Ashley Gardens, S.W. 

f AsTLEFORD, JOSEPH, Wood View, St. Anthony's Road, Bournemouih. 

AsTOR, Waldorf, M.P., 4 St. James's Square, S.W. 

•j- Atkinson, Charles E., 1 Chatsworth Gardens, Eastbourne. 

Atkinson, J. Mitford, M.B., 37 Welbeck Street, W. 

f Atkinson, John, VoUa River Customs, vid Kpong, Accra, Gold Coast Colony. 

Attenborough, Mark, 47 Mount Ephraim Road, Streatham, S. W. 

AuERBACH, Julius, Messrs. Dreyfus & Co. Ltd., 101 Leadenhall Street, E.G. 

Badcock, Philip, 4 Aldridge Road Villas, Bayswater, W, 

Bagot, The Right Hon. Lord, F.G.S., F.S.A., Blythfield Hall, Rugeley, Staffs.; and 
Travellers' Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

Bailey, Allanson, Hollywood, West Byfleet, Surrey. 

Bailey, H. J., Bowden Abbey, Bromyard, Worcester. 

Bailey, Percy S., Tregenna, Granville Road, North Finchley, N. 

fBAiLEY, William B., Oakley Lodge, 164 Wesibourne Grove, W. ■ ; 

Baillie, James R., 1 Akenside Road, Fitzjohn's Avenue, N. W. 

Baillieu, E. L., 70 Cornhill, E.G. "^ • 

fBAiLWARD, W. A., 64 Victoria Street, S.W. 

Bain, Alderman Albert Well^sl-ex,"' Leeds. 

Bain, Robert, 120 Queen's Gate, S.W . 

Bain, William P. C, Lochrin Ironworks, Coatbridge, N.B. 



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Election. 

1912 Baird, John Lawrence, C.M.G.,M.P., 26 Chester Street, 8.W.,andBilton House,near Bugby. 

1896 : fBAiRD, Robert Tweed. 

1910 Baker, Arthur E., 1 Lyall Street, Belgrave Square, S.W. 

1882 ' Bakewbll, John W., Forest End, Sandhurst, Berks. 

1908 fBALDWiN, Stanley, M.P., Astley Hall, Stourport, Worcester ; and Carlton and United 

University Clubs, S.W. 
1884 Baleotjr, B. R., Townley Hall, Drogheda, Ireland. 
1910 I Balfour, Wm. Russell, 194 Bedford Hill, Balhani, S.W. 

1905 j Ballantyne, Robert, 5 Whittingehame Drive, Kelvinside, Glasgow ; and 50 Cannon 
I Street, E.G. 

1884 Ballard, Capt. Henry, C.M.G., 54 Howard Boad, Southampton. 

1906 ; Ballardie, George M., 31 Bassett Boad, Notting Hill, W. 

1885 I Balme, Charles, 61 Basinghall Street, E.G. 
1881 I fBANKS, Edwin Hodoe, 15 Arlington Street, W. 

1892 [ Barber, Alfred J., Castlemere, Hornsey Lane, N. ; and Midland Bailway Company of 
j Western Australia, 298 Winchester House, E.G. 

1897 j Barclay, Hush Gurney, Colney Hall, Noi-wich. 

1889 ' fBARLNG-GouLD, F., Merrow Grange, Guildford. 

1910 j Barker, Arthur R., 2 Westmoreland House, Fieldway Crescent, N. 

1895 i Barklie, T. W. S., c/o Belfast Banking Co., Coleraine. 

1884 I Barnard, H. Wyndham, 62 St. George's Square, S.W. 

1913 ! Barnard, William J., Dalegarth, Purley; and Surrey House, Victoria Embankment, W.C. 

1890 j t^ARNES, Robert S. W., A.M.Inst.C.E., The Bungalow, New Milton, Hants. 

1883 ; Barnett, Capt. E. Algernon, Sports Club, St. James's Square, S.W. 

1883 Barratt, Walter, F.G.S., F.L.S., Albemarle Club, 37 Dover Street, W. 

1911 Barrett, R. J., c/o "Financier," 54 Wool Exchange, E.G. 

1911 Barrett, T. Boevey, Biver Bank, Strawberry Vale, Twickenham. 

1912 -j-Bartlett, Friederich Ludwig, J.P., Corston Lodge, Bristol. 

1909 Bartlett, Samuel A., 7 Berkeley Place, Wimbledon Common, S. W. 
1912 Bathurst, Frederick Marlay, Mount Alto, Bossduff, Wateriord. 

1912 Bathurst, Lieut.-Colonel The Hon. Allen B., M.P., 29 Chesham Street, S.W. 

1894 Batley, Sidney T., 16 Great George Street, S.W. ; and St. Stephen's Club, Westminster, S.W. 
1904 j Batty, James H., 40 Harley House, Marylebone Boad, N.W. 

1913 Baxter, James May, 16 Boileau Boad, North Ealing, W. 

1897 Bayliss, Thomas A., St. John's, Bridge End, Warwick. 

1893 Baynes, William, 13 Glenmore Boad, Belsize Park, N.W. 

1898 fBEALEY, Richard Nowell, 32 Upper Montagu Street, W. 

1891 Beanlands, Rev. Canon Arthur, M.A., Wickhurst Manor, Weald, Sevenoaks. 
1893 t^EAR, George A., c/o T. Yole, 29 Mutley Park Boad, Mannamead, Plymouth. 

1890 Beare, Prof. T. Hudson, B.Sc, Engineering Laboratory, The University, Edinburgh. 

1885 fBEATTiE, John A. Bell, Gordon Lodge, St. Andrews, N.B. ; and Constitutional Club, W.C. 

1899 fBEAUCHAMP, The Right Hon. Earl, K.C.M.G., 13 Belgrave Square, S.W. ; and Madres- 
] field Court, Malvern Link. 

1896 i fBECK, A. Cecil, M.P., Harrold Hall, Bedford. 

1910 Beck, H. Reginald, 7 Boyal Bank Place, Glasgow. 

1904 Bedford, His Grace the Duke of, K.G., 15 Belgrave Square, S. W.; and Woburn Abbey, Beds. 
1901 \ Bedford, Edward, C.E., Delbrook, Picardy Boad, Belvedere, Kent. 

1884 I Bedwell, Commander E. P., R.N., National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, S.W. 
1913 { Beeching, G. F., Norwich Union Buildings, Piccadilly, W. 

1911 1 Beeching, Major George S., V.D., 32 Denbigh Boad, Ealing, W. 

1912 IfBEESON, William, Wentworth, Prentis Boad, Streatham, S. W. 

1884 i Beetham, George, 7 Weiherby Gardens, S. W. ; and Wellington, New Zealand. 

1911 j Beeton, Henry R., 9 Maresfidd Gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 
1889 j Begg, F. Faithfull. Bartholomew House, E.G. 

1912 I Bbhan, John C. Valentine, 15 Linton Boad, Oxford. 

1906 j Beit, Otto, 49 Belgrave Square, S.W. ; . 

1912 ' Beith, Alec, The CUffe, Knutsford, Cheshire. 



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ElectioQ. 

1900 Belilios, Raphael E., 1 Cloisters, Temple, E.G. 

1910 fBELL, Colonel Alexander W. C, Grangehurst, Court Road, Tunhridge Wells. 

1900 Bell, Robert M., Messrs. Guthrie d- Co., 5 Whitiington Avenue, E.G. 

1902 Bell, Willlam, St. Margaret's, Beulah Road, Tunbridge Wells ; and, Junior Constituiional 

Glvb, Piccadilly, W. 

1913 I Bellasis, W. Dalqlish, 46 Glarges St., W. ; and White's Club, St. James's Street, S.W. 

1910 Benn, Arthihr Shirley, M.P., 18 Bolton Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. 
1906 Bennett, Alderman Arthtjr, J.P., Paddington House, Warrington. 

1886 tBENSON, Arthur H., 62 Ludgate Hill, E.C. 

1891 \ Benson, Major-General Sir F. W., K.C.B., 5 Hartfield Road, Eastbourne ; and Army 

and Navy Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 
1912 Benyon, Major J. A., Assistant Agent-General for Quebec, 36 Kingsway, W.C. 

1909 Beresford, Admir-4L Lord Charles, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., M.P., 1 Great Cumberland Place, W. 

1894 fBERLEiN, Julius, 536 Salisbury House, E.C. 

1911 Berridge, Sir Thomas H. D., 11 Old Broad Street, E.C. 

1898 Berrill, W. J., Messrs. Gordon & Gotch, 15 St. Bride Street, E.C. 

1885 IBertrand, Wm. Wickham, Ninfield, Summersfield Avenue, Chichester. 
1884 Bevan, Francis Augustus, 1 Tilney Street, Mayfair, W. 

1906 Bevan, James F., Sandtord House, Church Stretton, Salop. 

1881 Bevan, William Armine, 11 The Boltons, South Kensington, S.W. 

1904 Bewley, Robert, 16 Beacon Hill, Camden Road, N. 

1910 I BiBBY, R. Gordon, Fachwen, St. Asaph. 

1886 j BiDDiscoMBE, J. R., Elmington, 91 Eltham Road. Lee, S.E. ; and 101 Leadenhall Street, E.C. 

1911 j BiQGS, Joseph W., 11 Alexandra Mansiotis, West End Lane, N.W. 

1912 ] Bigland, Alfred, M.P., 58 Jermyn Street, S.W.; and Wrexford Lodge, Oxton, Birkenhead. 

1910 I Bingley, R. Noel G., cJo C. E. Welldon, Esq^., 20 Eastcheap, E.C. 
1891 I -j-BiNNiE, George, 4 D Station, Quirindi, New South Wales. 

1895 I Birbeck, John, Dewerstone House, Cheltenham. 

1877 i Birch, A. S., c/o Messrs. A. L. Elder tfc Co., 7 St. Helens Place, E.C. 

1868 BmcH, Sir Arthur N., K.C.M.G. Bank of England, Burlington Gardens, W. 

1911 Birch, Sir Ernest W., K.C.M.G., 30 Harrington Gardens, S.W. 

1897 Birchenough, Henry, C.M.G., 79 Eccleston Square, S.W. ; and Reform Club, Pall 

Man, S.W. 

1910 Bird, George W., Stapleford, Goldington Avenue, Bedford. 

1898 BiRT, F. Beckett, The Copse, Wimbledon, S.W. 

1911 Bishop, F. L., 119 Finsbury Pavement, E.C. 

1890 Blackvtood, George R., St. James's Club, Piccadilly, W. 

1882 fBLAGROVE, Colonel Henry J., C.B., Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1891 Black, Ernest, L.R.C.P., 4 York Street, Portman Square, W. 

1913 Black, George Gow, 27 West Side, Wandsworth Common, S.W. 

1912 j Black, J. F., M.D., Junior Conservative Club, 44 Albemarle Street, W. 

1912 Blackie, John, 63 Laverdale Gardens, Hyndland, Glasgow. 

1888 I fBLAKE, Sir Henry A., G.C.M.G., MyHle Grove, Youghal, Ireland. 

1889 j Bland, R. N., C.M.G., c/o Messrs. H. S. King db Co., 9 Pall 3IcU, S.W. 
1911 Bland, Rev. Canon Edward M., Arden House, Rosen Lane, Lincoln. 
1911 Blaynay, William, Kingsway House, W.C. 

1883 Bleckly, Charles Arnold, 10 Philpot Lane, E.C. 

1902 fBLYTH, Right Hon. Lord, 33 Portland Place, W. ; and Blyfhwood, Stansted, Essex. 
1909 Blyth, Thomas Tolme, M.A., 112 Gresham House, Old Broad Street, E.C. 
1911 Board, A. Vyvyan, 4, May field Road, Grassendale, Liverpool. 
1881 Bois, Henry, 5 Astwood Road, South Kensington, S.W. 

1898 Bolton, John, 15 Cranley Gardens, Muswell Hill, N. 

1913 j fBoNAB, George, Dunruadh, Dundee; and 53 New Broad Street, E.C. 

1908 I Bond, Ralph Stuart, 10 Airlie Gardens, W. ; and Norfolk House, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. 

1909 Bond, Stanley S., Oakdean, The Dovms, Wimbledon, S.W. 
1891 i Booker, J. Dawson, 22 St. Andrews Road, Bedford. 

1905 Booth, Right Hon. Charles, F.R.S., D.C.L., 28 Campden House Court, W. 



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1889 

1890 

1911 

1882 

1882 

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1887 

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1911 

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fBoRTON, Rev. N. A. B., M.A., Burwell Vicarage, Cambridge. 

BosANQUET, Bernard J. T., 7 Park Place, St. Jameses, S.W. 

BosANQUET, Richard A., Bank House, Windsor. 

BosANQUET, Wm. David, RifsUy, Liphook, Hants. 

fBosTOCK, Senator Hon. Hewitt, The Ranch, Monte Creek, British Columbia. 

fBosTOCK, Samuel, Lainston, near Winchester. 

BoswELL, W. Albert, 4 Campden House Terrace, W. 

BoTSFORD, Wm. Murray, Royal Bank of Canada, Princes Street, E.C. 

fBoxTLTON, Harold E., M.A., M.V.O., 64 Cannon Street, E.C. 

fBouLTON, Sir Samuel B., Bart., Copped Hall, Totteridge, Herts. 

Bourne, Robert William, O.E., 18 Hereford Square, S.W. 

BouRSOT, Basil J., 36 Sackville Street, W. 

fBovELL, Sir Henry A., Abam Court, 21 Harrington Gardens, S.W. 

fBowDEN-SMiTH, Admiral StR NATHANIEL, K.C.B., 16 Queen' s Gate Terrace, S.W. 

BowiNS, Arthur W., Lemington, Frensham, Surrey. 

Bowles, George Vernon, 16 Hillside Gardens, Higligate, N. 

Bowman, George Millar, Logie, Cupar, N.B. 

Bowman, W. G., 15 Copthall Avenue, E.C. 

BowRiNG, Colonel F. T. N. Spratt, R.E., C.B., Hurstmead, Chislehurst ; and Athenaeum 
Club, Pall 31 all S. W. 

BoxALL, Edward T., 9 Bishopsgate, E.G. 

Boyd, Charles W., C.M.G., 2 Down Street, Piccadilly, W. 

Boyle, Sir Cavendish, K.C.M.G., 14 Holland Road, Hove. 

fBoYLE, Frank, Que-que, Rhodesia. 

Boyle, Colonel Gerald E., 48 Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. 

Boyle, John T. McL., 17 Brunswick Gardens, Kensington, W. 

Boyle, Lewis C, Imperial Hotel, Barnstaple. 

Boys, Francis T., 109, Queen's Gate, S. W. 

fBRADBERRY, Thomas R., 3 Copthall Buildings, E.C. 

Bramston, Sir John, G.C.M.G., C.B., 18 Berkeley Place, Wimbledon, S.W. 

Brassey, Leonard, M.P., Apethorpe, Wansford, Northants ; and 40 Upper Oroavenor 
Street, W. 

Brassey, Right Hon. Earl, G.C.B.. 24 Park Lane, W. 

Bratchell, Stanley, Broad Street House, E.C. 

Braund, Frederick W., Messrs. George Wills, Ltd., 57 Leadenhall Street, E.C. 

Breakell, J. Edwin, 4 Cedar Road, Teddington. 

Breitmeyer, Ludwig, do Messrs. Wernher, Beit ds Co., 29 Holborn Viaduct, E.C. 

Bremer, Mounsteven, Royal Societies Club, St. James's Street, S.W. 

Brenan, Byron, C.M.G., 10 Astwood Road, South Kensington, S.W. 

Brewster, Adolph B., Delana, Combe Down, Bath. 

Bridge, H. H., Fairfield House, Droxford, Hants. ; and Union Club, Trafalgar Sq., S.W. 

Bridges, Rear- Admiral Walter B., c/o 3Iessrs. Woodhead <&; Co., 44 Charing Cross, 

S.W. ; and United Service Club, Pail Mall, S.W. 
Bright, Charles E., C.M.G., Manor House, EUtree, Herts ; and Wyndham Club, S.W. 
Briscoe, William Arthur, Longstowe Hall, Cambs. 
Brittain, Harry E., M.A., 2 Cowley Streei,Westminster, S.W. 
fBROADMEAD, Harold H., 6 Fig Tree Court, Temple, E.C. 
Brock, John E., 8 Forest Rise, Snaresbrook, Walthamstow. 
Brocklebank, Ralph, Haughton Hall, Tarporley, Cheshire. 
Brocklehurst, Edward, J.P., Kinnersley Manor, Reigate. 
Brodrick, Hon. Laurence A., 7 Cadogan Gardens, S.Vi. 
fBROOKMAN, Hon. George, M.L.C, Adelaide, South Australia. 
IBrooks, Herbert, 17 Prince's Gardens, S.W. ; and 11 St. Benet Place, Gracechurch 

Street, E.C. 
Brooks, H. Tabor, 11 Si. Benet Place, Gracechurch Street, E.C. 
Bromhead, Walter S., 15 Angel Court, Throgmorton St., E.C. 
Bromwich, Alfred, British South Africa Co., 138 Strand, W.C. 



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1908 BBOTTNaER, Richard E., The Hawthorns, Grove Park, Chiswick, W. 

1910 Brown, George McLaren, Canadian Pacific Railway, 62 Charing Cross, S.W. 

1910 Brown, J. Finden, Helenhurst, HoUigrave Road, Bromley, Kent. 

1900 fBROWN, Sir John McLeavy, C.M.G., 49 Portland Place, W. 

1884 Brown, Thomas, 59 Mark Lane, E.G. 

1913 j Brown, W. Casipbell, M.A., F.R.G.S., F.C.P., Tetherdown, Muswell Hill, N. 

1909 I Brown, Wm. Harvey, 38 Victoria StirA, S.W. ; and The Knoll, Poppleton, York. 
1912 ' Browne, Alexander, Callaly Castle, Whittingham, Northumberland. 

1892 Browne, Arthur Scott, Buckland Filleigh, Highampton, North Devon. 

1907 Browne, Gerald M., 7 Walbrook, E.G. 

1888 Browne, Leonard G., 35, Walbrook, E.G. 

1912 Browne, Martin L. J., 6G Broad Street Avenue, E.G. 

1877 Browning, S. B., Roby, Crescent Wood Road, Sydenham Hill, S.E. 

1909 Browning, Thomas Blair. M.A., 18 Bury Street, W.G. 
1884 Bruce, Sir Charles, G.C.M.G., Arnot Tower, Leslie, N.B. 

1904 Bruce. Colonel Sir David, O.B., F.R.S., R.A.M.O., War Office, Whitehall, S.W. 

1910 fSi'^CE, Captain David L., R.F.A., 2 Rothesay Terrace, Edinburgh. 

1910 Bruce, Admirai, Sir James A. T., K.C.M.G., 3 Montagu Square, W., and United Service 

Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1895 Bruce-Joy, Albert, R.H.A., F.R.G.S., The Studio, Beaumont Road, West Kensington, 

W. ; and Athenaeum Club, S.W. 

1900 Bruce, Robert Hunter, Hanover Court, Hanover Square, W. 

1906 t^i''^"^^'^^' John F. L., M.P., 43 Harrington Gardens, S.W. 

1909 t^^^^^^^' Alan D., M.D., Rayne, Braintree, Essex. 

1909 fBRUNWiN, George E., Haverings, Rayne, Braintree, Essex. 

1909 Bryden, Archibald L., 18 Billiter Street, E.G. 

1889 Buchanan, James, Lavington Park, Pefworth ; and 24 HoThorn, E.G. 

1911 Buchanan, J. L., Braehead, Mill Road, Bromborougli, Birkenhead. 

1896 Buckland, James, 28 St. Thomas's Mansions, Stangate, S.E. 

1898 tBncKLAND, Thomas, c/o Bank of New South Wales, 29 Threadneedle Street, E.G. 

1912 Buckle, A. Stewart, 34 Leith Mansions, Elgin Avenue, W. 

1911 Buckler, 0. Dugald, St. Mary's Croft, Mill Hill, N.W. 

1897 Buckley, G. A. McLean, The Hall, Worth, Sussex. 

1910 Buckley, Major Percy, 33 Hans Mansions, S.W. 

1912 BucKNiLL, Samuel P. B., 51 St. George's Square, S.W. 

1886 Bull, Henry, 1 Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. ; and 28 Milton Street, E.G. 

1902 Bull. James, 1 Albion Road, Clapham, S.W. 

1912 BuLLER, W. liEOPOLD, J^mior Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1869 BuLWER, Sir Henry E. G., G.C.M.G., 17a South Audley Street, W. ; and Athenaium Club 
Pall Mall, S.W. 

1913 Burn, Colonel Charles R., M.P., 77 Cadogan Square, S.W. 

1900 Burn, John, 17 Upper Phillimore Placs, Kensington, W. 

1908 Burnley. Malcolm d'Arblay, 27 Manor Road, Beckenham, Kent. 

1903 BuRRELL, Percy, The Grange, Barton Mills, Milde.nhall, Suffolk. 
1897 BuRSTALL, John F., 57 Gracechurch Street, E.G. 

1894 Burt, Albert Hamilton, M.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., 23 Palmeira Square, Hove, Sussex. 

1889 Burt, Frederick N., Agadir, Hitchin. 

1909 Burton, Frederick F. A., 31 WiVmry Road, Hove, Sussex ; and Constitutional 

Club, W.G. 

1909 Burton, George Wm. A., F.R.G.S., 14 Sidney Terrace, New Cleethorpes, Grimsby. 

1908 Burton, Lieut.-Col. Henry, The Grove, Branksome Park, Bournemouth, W. ; and Junior 

Gavlton Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1893 Bush, Robert E., Bishops Knoll, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. ' 

1912 Busk, Sir Edward H., M.A., LL.B., 11 Sussex Place, Regent's Park, N.W. 

1901 fBuss, Rev. Arthur C, M.A., Port Louis, Mauritius. 

1910 Butler, Captain Lewis, Walton House, Hertford. 

1887 Butt, John H., Gresham Club, King William Street, E.G. 



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Election. 

1890 i -j-BuTTEiiwoRTn, Arthtjr R., 7 Fig Tree Court, Temple, E.G. ; and 47 Campden House 

Road, W. 
BiTTTERWORTH, James F., 24 Linden Gardens, Baysivater, W. 
Btjxton, Leland W. W., Warlies, Waltham Abbey, Essex. 
tBuxTON, Noel E., M.P., Erich Lam, F- 
Buxton, Sir T. Fowell, Bart., G.O.M.G., 2 Princess Gate, S.W. ; and Warlies, Waltham 

Abbey, Essex. 
•f-BuxTON, T. F. Victor, M.A., J.P., Woodredon, Waltham Abbey, Essex. 
Byrne, J. 0., 12 New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 

Oadbury, Richard, Base Hill, Worcester. 

fCADBURY, William A., King's Norton, Birmingham. 

Oatllard, Sir Vincent H. P., J.P., 42 Half Moon Sired, W. 

fCAiRD, James, 112 Fenchurch Street, E.G. 

fCALDECOTT, Rev. PROFESSOR ALFRED, D.D., King's College, Strand, W.G. 

■j-Caldicott, Harvey, 1 St. James's Street, S.W. 

Camera Y, Philip G., Union Defence League, 25 Victoria Street, S.W. ; and 30 Marmora 
Road, Honor Oak, S.E. 

fCAMERON, Major Maurice A., R.E., C.M.G., 61 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W. 

Cameron, Wm. Keith, 55 Draycott Place, S. W. ; and Junior Constitutional Club, 
Piccadilly, W. 

fOAMPBELL, Allan, 21 Upper Brook Street, W. 

Campbell, Finlay, Brantridge Park, Balcombe, Sussex. 

Campbell, Gordon H., c/o Messrs. Weddel & Co., 16 St. Helen's Place, E.G. 

Campbell, Henry E., c/o Messrs. Burns, Philp ds Co., 68 Fenchurch Street, E.G. 

jOampbell, W. Middleton, 23 Rood Lane, E.G. 

Campbell, William Finlay. Brantridge Forest, Balcombe, Sussex, 

Campbell- Johnston, Conway S., 62 Ashley Gardens, S.W. 

fCAMPBELL-JoHNSTON, Malcolm, 2 Paper Buildings, Temple, E.G. 

Campion, C. A. B., Commonivealth Bank, 36 New Broad Street, E.G. 

Oappel, Sir Albert J. Leppoc, K.C.I.E., 27 Kensington Court Gardens, W. 

Cargill, Walter, 45 Clarendon Road, Holland Park, W. 

Carleton, Ernest E., Ligoniel, Queen Adelaide Road, Penge, S.E. 

Carlill, Arthur J. H., Exchange Chambers, 24 St. Mary Axe, E.G. 

Carlyon, Rev. Tristrem S., LL.D., Eulalia, St. Albans Crescent, Richmond Park, Bourne- 
mouth. 

Carmichael, H. S., Burnham, Park Drive, Golders Hill, N.W. 

Carr, John T., c/o Messrs. Griffiths dh Co., 62 London Wall, E.G. 

Carr, Mansel F., 63 Shooters Hill Road, Blackheath, S.E. 

Carruthers, John, M.Inst.C.E., 19 Kensington Park Gardens, W. 

Carter, Sir Gilbert T., K.C.M.G., Greycliffe, Torquay. 

fCARTER, William H., B.A., 34 Gresham Street, E.G. 

Catto, John, Boodles Club, 28 St. James's Street, S.W. 

Cautley, Colonel Henry, R.E., United Service Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

Cawood, Arthur D. C, 66 Broad Street Avenue, E.G. 

Cecil, Lord Hugh, M.P., 20 Arlington Street, S.W. 

Chadwick, Osbert, C.E., C.M.G., c/o Messrs. Cox <& Co., 16 Charing Cross, S.W. 

Chamberlain, Right Hon. Austen, M.P., 9 Egerton Place, S.W. 

*Chamberlain, Right Hon. Joseph, M.P., Highbury, Moor Green, Birmingham. 

Chambers, Colonel Arthur W., V.D., 10 Addison Gardens, Kensington, W. 

fCHAMBERS, Frederick D., 158 Frant Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey. 

Chambers, Thomas Stanley, 158 Frant Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey. 

Chambers, Wm. F. Dominic, B.A., 90 Gordon Road, Ealing, W. 

fCHAPLiN, Holroyd, B.A., 2 Holland Villas Road, W. 

Chapman, Major Wdxiajvi E., 49 Lancaster Gate, W. >^ 

Charnwood, Right Hon. Lord, M.A., 108 Eaton Square, S.W. ; and Stowe House, 
Lichfield. 



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1885 
H94 
1913 
1913 
1904 
1913 
1908 
1868 
1888 
1894 
1884 
1895 

1910 
1883 
1910 
1903 
1897 
1905 
1900 

1891 
1913 
1903 

1887 
1912 
1884 
1910 
1889 
1882 

1886 
1912 
1893 
1902 
1911 
190G 
189G 
1903 
1881 
1909 
1895 
1898 
1901 
1883 
1912 
1910 
1891 
1909 

1885 
1902 
1905 
1882 



Royal Colonial Institute. 

fCHARRiNGTON, Arthtjr F., East Hill. Oxted, Surrey ; and Oxford and Cambridge Club, 

Pall Mall, S. W. 
fCHARRiNGTON, HuGH SpENCEB, Dove Cliff, Burton-ou-Trent. 
fCHEADLE, Frank M., Minerve, Victoria Road, Woodbrid^/e. 
Charnack, Henry Havelock, Beechcroft, Oatlands Park, Weybridge. 
Cheesewright, Lieut.-Colonel WrLLiAM F., 165 Strand, W.C. 
Chbke, George 0. M., Faygate Place, Horsham. 

Chelmsford, The Right Hon. Lord, G.C.M.G., 18 Queen's Gate Place, S.W. 
Chidell. Charles A., Illovo, Woking. 

Christian, H.R.H. Prince, K.G., G.C.V.O., Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park. 
fCHRisTisoN, Robert, Burwell Park, Louth. 
Church, Walter, Kihnartin, Liss, Hants. 

Churchill, John Spencer, C.M.G., 8 Gyllyngvase Terrace, Falmouth.. 
fCnuRCHiLL, Colonel Mackenzie, The Granleys, St. M.ark's, Cheltenham ; and Army and 

Navy Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 
Churston, Capt. Right Hon. Lord, M.V.O., 20 Craven Hill, W. 
Clarence, Lovell Burchett, Coaxden, Axminster. 
Clark, Charles J. J., 1 Ravensbourne Gardens, Ealing, W. 
Clark, Cumberland, 29 Chepstow Villas, Bayswater, W. 
fCLARK, Edward G. U., West Runton, Cromer. 
Clark, Ernest, 26 Duchy Rooms, Somerset House, W.C. 
Clark, Lieut.-Colonel Sir James R. A., Bart., C.B., F.R.C.S.E., Braywick Grove, 

Maidenhead. 
Clark, Jonathan, 1a Devonshire Terrace, Portland Place, W. 
fCLARKE, Charles B. 0., 40 St. James's Place, S.W. 
tCLARKE, General Sir Charles Mansfield, Bart., G.C.B., G.C.V.O., 20 Lennox 

Gardens, S. W. 
Clarke, Sir Fielding, Oriental Club, Hanover Square, W. 

Clarke, Frederic Sydenham, The Croft, Winchfield. 

fCLARKE, Henry, J.P., Cannon Hall, Hampstcad, N.W. 

Clarke, Percy, Beechivood, Caterham Valley. 

fCLARKE, Strachan C, Messrs. J. Morrison <i; Co., 5 Fenchurch Street, B.C. 

IClarkson, J. Stewart, c/o Messrs. Farmer <fe Co., Pitt Street, Sydney, New South 
Wales. 

f Clayton, Reginald B. B., Little Hachstt, East Boldre, Hants. 

Clegg, Richard, Edgar Lodge, Addlestone, Surrey. 

Cleghorn, Robert C, 14 St. Mary Axe, E.C. 

Clougher, Thomas R., 17 Cockspur Street, S.W. 

Clowes, Maurice, 63 Harcourt Terrace, S.W. 

fCLUNis, R. Ross, c/o C. P. Potter, Esq., Swan House, Great Swan Alley, E.C. 

fCoATES, Major Sir Edward F., Bart., M.P., 99 Gresham Street, E.C. 

CoATES, Joseph, 79 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 

Cobb, Alfred B., 11 Hillmarton Rood, Camden Road, N. 

*Cobham, C. Delaval, C.M.G., Athenmum Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

Cochrane, Hon. Thomas H., Crawford Priory, Springfield,, Fife, N.B. 

CocKBURN, Hon. Sir John A., M.D., K.C.M.G., Dean's Hill, Harrietsham, Maidstone. 

jCoHEN, Charles Waley, 11 Hyde Park Terrace, W. 

Cohen, Neville D., Messrs. D. Cohen cb Co., 17 Tokenhouse Yard, E.C. 

Coke, Lieut. Hon. Roger, R.N., Holkham, Norfolk. 

CoLCOCK. Neville B., Kingsway Chambers, Kingsway, W.C. 

CoLEBROOK, Albert E., 44 St. Mary Axe, E.C. 

Coles, Colonel Arthur H., C.M.G., D.S.O., 18 Walpole Street, Chelsea, S.W. ; and Naval 
and Military Club, Piccadilly, W. 

Coles, William R. E., 1 Adelaide Buildings, London Bridge, E.C. 

Collier, Rev. Henry N., M.A., 20 Coiirt Road, Molinexix Park, Tunbridge Wells. 

Collins, Capt. R. Muirhead, R.N., C.M.G., 49 Oakley Street, S.W. 

fOoLLUM, Rev. Hugh Robert, M.R.I.A., F.S.S., 35 Oakley Street, Chelsea, S.W. 



Resident Fellows, 67 

CoLLYER, William R., M.A., I.S.O., HacJcford Hall, Reepham, Norfolk 

CoLMEE, Joseph G., C.M.G., 29 Eldon Road, W. 

CoLQUHOUN, Archibald R., 25 Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W. 

CoLViN, Ian Duncan, 8, Reynolds Close, Hampstead Way, N.W. 

CoNiORAVE, B. Fairfax, 170 Winchester House, E.G. 

CoNNAUGHT, H.E., Field-Marshal H.R.H. the Duke of, K.G., G.G.M.G., Government 

House, Ottawa, Canada ; and Bagshot Park, Surrey. 
Conning, James, 4 Auriol Road, West Kensington. W. 
CoNOLLY, Edward, Boys' School, Woolston, Soutlmmpton. 
CoNYBEAEE, Charles A. V., Oalcfield Park, Dartford, Kent. 
CONYBEARE, Rev. Wm. James, M.A., Newington Rectory, S.E. 
fCooDE, M. R, c/o Messrs. H. S. King d; Co., 9 Pall Mall, S.W. 
Cooke, Sir Clement Kinloch, M.P., 3 Mount Street, W. 
fCooKS, Henry M., 12 Friday Street, E.G. 
Cooper, J. Astley, Broomfield Hall, Swanley, Kent. 
Cooper, Rev. Charles J., 20 Hertford Street, Cambridge. 
Cooper, Richard A., M.P., Ashlyns Hall, Berkhamsted. 

Cooper, Robert Elliott, C.E., 44 Princes Gate, S.W. ; and 15, Deans Yard, S.W. 
Cooper, Sib Richard P., Bart., Berkhamsted. 
Cooper, Sir William C, Bart., Wooton House, Newbury, Berks. 
Copleston, Lieut. Reginald G., R.N., Offwdl Rectory, Honiton. 
Cordner-James, J. H., A.M.Inst.C.E., Finhury House, Blomfield Street, E.G. 
CoRFE, Right Rev. Bishop Charles J., D.D., Church Hotise, Dean's Yard, S.W. 
CoRNEY, B. Glanvill, I.S.O., 19 Abingdon Court, Kensington, W. 
Cornish, Vaughan, D.Sc, F.R.G.S., F.G.S., F.C.S., Woodville, Camherley. 
Cottereix, Thomas S., J.P., Abbey Yard, Bath. 
Cotton, Sydney H., 1a Chesterfield Street, May/air, W. 

Cottrell, Henry E. P., A.M.Inst.C.E., 314 Winchester House, Old Broad Street, E.G. 
CoTTS, W. D. Mitchell, 4 London Wall Buildings, E.G. 
Coulter, George Gerald, 74 Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 
CouRTHOPE, William F., National Club, I Whitehall Gardens, S.W. 
Courtis, Edward, Muizenberg, Haverwood Road, South Croydon. 
fCouTTS, William Scott, 3 Bricket Road, St. Albans ; and 2 Billiter Avenue, E.G. 
fCowDRAY, Right Hon. Lord, 1G Carlton House Terrace, S.W. ; and Paddockhurst, Worth 

Sussex. 
CowiE, Archibald, 20 Blythsivood Square, Glasgctv. 
CowiE, George, 11 Court field Road, S.W. ; and Suffolk House, E.G. 
Cox, Alfred W., 30 St. James's Place, S.W. 
Cox, Frank L., 9 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.G. 

Cox, George Curling, c/o T. L. Crown, Esq., Edgemoor, Harrogate Road, Ripon. 
Cox, Sir Lionel, c/o Messrs Richardson and Co., 25 Suffolk Street, Pall Mall, S.W. 
■fCoxHEAD, Brigadier-General J. A., R.A., C.B., Church Hill House, Great Waldingfidd, 

Suffolk ; and Naval and Military Club, Piccadilly, W. 
f Cramer, Hermann J. 

C.^vNFiELD, Walter Thomas, 31 Halesivorth Road, Lewisham, S.E. 
Cranworth, The Right Hon. Lord, Orundisburgh Hall, Woodbridge. 
Crawford, Sir Homewood, City Solicitor's Office, Guildhall, E.G. 
fCRAWLEY-BoEVEY, Anthony P., Birchgrovc, Crosswood, Aberystwyth ; and Oriental 

Club, Hanover Square, W. 
Crawshaw, Lord, D.L., J. P., Crawshaw Hall, Raivtenstall, Lancashire. 
Creagh, Charles Vandeleur, C.M.G., 32 Charlton Road, Blackheath, S.E. 
Cressey, George H., M.R.C.S., Oak Manor, Tonbridge. 
Cresswell, Alderman S., West Hill, View Field Road, Wandsworth, S.W. 
Crew, Josiah, Tavistock Hotel, Covent Garden, W.G. 
Crewe, Richard F. Harper, Cocoa Tree Club, St. James's Street, S.W.; and Calke Abbey, 

Derby. 
Crewe, The Right Hon. The Marquess of, K.G., Creice House, 15 Curzon Street, W. 



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1886 
I91I 
1911 
1903 
1910 
1897 
1889 
1911 
1912 
1911 
1890 
1911 
1901 
1890 
1906 
1909 
1910 
1892 
1910 
1906 

1912 

1905 



1879 
1884 
1894 
1880 
1903 
1898 

1911 

1887 
1889 
1897 
1910 
1904 
1909 
1904 
1912 
1910 
1899 
1884 

1901 

1897 
1903 
1904 
1904 
1910 
1882 
1882 
1907 
1902 



Royal Colonial Institute. 

Ceiohton, Robert, The Mardens, CaterJiam Valley. 

Critchell, J. Troubridge, Qutensland Collage, Billericay, Essex. 

Croft, H. Page, M.P., 53 Onslow Gardens, S.W. 

Croft, Kenneth, 14 Hanover Square, W. 

CaooKSHANK, Edgar M., J.P., Saint Hill, East Grinstead. 

Crosfield, Captain George R., 4 Winmarleigh Street, Warrington. 

Cross, Andrew L., 19 Murrayfidd Avenue, Murrayfield, Ediriburgli. 

Crow, James N. Harvey, M.B., CM., Ardrislmig, Argyleshire. 

Crowdy, Frederick H., M.D., South Grove, Highgate, N. 

fCROWE, James H., Edzell, Brechin, N.B. 

Crtjndall, Sir William H., J. P., Woodside, Kearsney, Dover, 

Cuff, William Symes, 34 Lambolle Road, Hampstead, N.W, 

CuiiEN, William H., Mickleham Downs, Dorking. 

Culver, Robert, Clareville, Upminster, Essex. 

Cuningham, Granville C, 37 Craven Hill Gardens, W. 

Cunningham, Andrew, 15 Bramham Gardens, S.W. 

Cunningham, Robert M., Constitutional Club, Northumberland Avenue, W.C 

Cunninghame, Douglas, National Bank of South Africa, Circus Place, E.G. 

fCuRLiNa, Robert Sumner, 70 Duke Street, W. 

CuBSON, H. C, 63 Aldermanhury, E.G. 

*CuBZON op Kedleston, Right Hon. Earl, G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., 1 Carlton House Terrace, 

S. W. ; and Hackwood Park, Basingstoke. 
Cust, Commander Sir Charles Leopold, Bart., R.N., K.C.V.O., C.B., C.M.G., 

C.I.E., 90 Piccadilly, W. 
CusTANCE, Admiral Sib Reginald N., G.C.B., K.C.M.G., C.V.O., 42 Half Moon 

Street, W. 

Dalton, E. H. Goring, 97 Fellows Boad, South Hampstead, N.W. 

Dalton, Rev. Canon John Neale, M.A., K.C.V.O., C.M.G., 2'Ae Cloisters, Wi7idsor. 

Dangar, D. R., Holkham, Inner Park Road, Winjbledon Common, S.W. 

Dangak, F. H., Lyndhurst, Cleveland Road, Ealing, W. 

fDANGERFiELD, James, Cors-y-Gcdol Hall, Dyffryn, Merioneth. 

Daniels, Charles W., M.B., M.R.C.S.E., London School of Tropical Medicine, Connaught 

Road, Albert Dock, E. 
Danson, Francis C, Tower Buildings, Liverpool ; and 74 Bidston Road, Birkenhead. 
D'Aboy, William Knox, 42 Grosvenor Square, W. ; and Stanmore HaU, Stanmore. 
Darley, Cecil W., I.S.O., M.Inst. C.E., 29 Queen Anne's Chambers, Westminster, S.W. 
Dabnley, Right Hon. the Eael of, CobJtam Hall, Gravesend. 
Darbington, Thomas, Penrhyn, The Gliase, Enfield. 
Davidson, Leyboubne F., York Villa, Cullen, N.B. 
fDAViDSON, Robert, Montacute House, Montacute, Somerset. 
Da vies, Henby, The Wyaconda, College Road, Isleworth. 
Davies, Mbbvyn a. Maurice, 3 York Street, Baker Street, W. 

Da VIES, Beigadier-Geneeal Richabd H., C.B., Holmesdale, South Farnhorough, Hants. 
tD'AviGDOR-GoLDSMiD, OsMOND E., SomcrhUl, Tonbridge, Kent. 
Davis, Charles Percy, 23 Lowndes Street, S. W. ; and Conservative Club, St. James's 

Street, S.W. 
Davis, Admiral E. H. M., C.M.G., Rathedmond, Bexhill-on-Sea ; and Naval and Military 

Club, Piccadilly, W. 
fDAVSON, Edward R., 20 Ennismore Gardens, S.W. 

Daw, John W., Waldreddon Manor, Tavistock, Devon. < . 

fDAWES, Henry Halfoed, 2 Cambridge Square, Hyde Park, W. : 

Dawes, William C, Mount Ephraim, Faversham, Kent. '• 

Dawson, A. J., ' Standard of Empire,' 104 Shoe Lane, E.G. 
fDAWSON, John Eugene, F.R.G.S., 4 Park Place, St. James's, S.W. 
Day, WiLLLiM Henby, cfo Australian Bank of Commerce, 2 King William Street, E.C. 
Dean, Wm. Markham, Greenways, Sunningdale. 
Deane, Hermann F. W., M.A., F.S.A., Gower Lodge, Windsor. 



Resident Felloios. 69 

fDEBENHAM, Erkest R., 17 Melhury Road, Kensington, W. 

Debenham, Feank, F.S.S., 1 Fitzjohn's Avenue, N.W. 

fDB CoLYAB, Henry A., K.C., 24 Palace Gardens Terrace, W. 

Deed, Walter, C.E., Woodlands, Moult Hill, Salcombe, Devon. 

d'Egville, Howard H., 2 Hare Court, Temple, E.G. 

Delmege, Edward T., 9 St. Helena Place, E.G. 

De Mattos, Edgar Guy, 7 The Green, Llandaff, Cardiff. 

Denman, H.E., Right Hon. Lord, G.C.M.G., K.C.V.O., Government House, Mdbowne, 
Victoria. 

Dennis, Frank, 108 Cannon Street, E.G. 

Denny, Colonel John, Dumbarton, N.B. 

De Nordwall, Charles F., 15 Tavistock Road, Croydon ; and A. E. G. Electrical Co. of 
South Africa, 605 Caocton House, S.W. 

fDENT, Sir Alfred, K.C.M.G., Belgrave Mansions, S. W. ; and Ravensworth, Eastbourne. 

Denton, Sir George C, K.C.M.G., The Grange, Littlemore, Oxford. 

De Pass, Elliot A., F.R.G.S., 23 Qiieen's Gate Terrace, S.W. 

fDESBOROUGH, RioHT HoN. LoRD, K.C.V.O., Taplow Court, Taploiv, Bucks. 

D'EsTERRE, J. C. E., Elmfield, Hill, Southampton. 

D'EsTERRE, Robert E., Hetherwood, Reigate, Surrey. 

Deverell, Wykeham T., 70 Lynchcroft Mansions, Hampstead, N.W. 

Deveretjx, Ernest, La Quinta, Upper Warlingham, Surrey. 

fDE VnxiERS, Jacob N. 

Devitt, Thomas Lane, 12 Fenchurch Buildings, E.G. 

tDEvoNSHiRE, His Grace the Duke op, G.C.V.O., 78 Piccadilly, W. 

Dew, Arthur T., Monkerton Manor, Pinhoe, Exeter. 

Dewhurst, Captain John S., J.P., Junior Naval and Military Club, 96 Piccadilly, W. ; 
and Foxhall, co. Donegal. 

De Winton, Cecil, Hole Park, Rolvenden, Kent ; and Badminton Club, 100 Piccadilly, W. 

Dewsbury, Frederick, 36 Newgate Street, E.G. 

DiAS, Reginald F., c/o Messrs. Richardson & Co., 25 Suffolk Street, S.W. 

Dick, Captain Thomas A., late R.A., 105 Cadogan Gardens, S.W. •, . 

Dickenson, Arthur, Willow Cottage, Billingshurst, Sussex. 

DiCKiN, LiEUT.-CoL. P. Lloyd, F.R.G.S., Lyneal Lodge, EUesmere, Shropshire. '•; 

Dickinson, Alwtn R., Rydal Mount, Croham Park Avenue, South Croydon. 

Dickinson, James W., Queensland National Bank, 8 Princes Street, E.G. 

Dickson, Raynes W., 23 Cambridge Road, Hove, Sussex. 

Dillon, Cormac Cronly. 

fDiSMORR, John S., Chenies, West Bijfleet, Surrey. 

Dixon, Frank H., cJo Messrs. Alexander, Fletcher ds Co., 2 St. Helens Place, E.G. 

DoBSON, William H. 

Doolette, George P., 7 Walbrook, E.G. 

DoRE, Capt. Alan, The Hostel, Manor Avenue, Kidderminster. 

Doughty, Sir George, M.P., Carlton Club, S.W.; and Wallham Hall, Waltham, Lincoln- 
shire. 

Douglas, Sir Arthur Percy, Bart., c/o Martin's Bank, 68 Lombard Street, E.G. 

Douglas, John A., c]o Union Bank of Australia, 71 Cornhill, E.G. 

Douglas, Robert Langton, M.A., 2 Hill Street, Berkeley Square, W. 

tDouGLAS-PENNANT, Capt. Hon. Geo. Henry, Zl Lcnnox Gardens, S.W. ; and Guards' Club. 

Drabble, Rev. John B., A.K.C, Battle, Sussex. 

Drage, Geoffrey, 29 Cadogan Square, S. W. 

Drew, Alfred H., 26 Phillimore Gardens, W. ; and 23 Austin Friars, E.G. 

Druiimond, Maldwin, Turj Club, Clarges St., W. 

tDuciE, Right Hon, the Earl op, G.C.V.O., Tortworth Court, Falfield, Glos. 

Dudgeon, Sir Charles John, 3 Hans Crescent, S. W. 

fDuDLEY, Right Hon. the Earl of, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., 7 Carlton Gardens, S.W. 

Dudley-Dickson, Cecil, National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, S.W. 

Duff, Robert, Deepdale, Finchley Lane Hendon, N.W. 



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1879 Duncan, Captain Alexander, 2 Dovmie Terrace, Crail, Fife, N.B. 

1889 Duncan, John S., Natal Bank, 18 St. SwithirCs Lane, E.G. 

1895 tDuNCAN, Robert, Whitefield, Govan, N.B. ; and 9 Inverness Terrace, W. 

1892 Duncan, Wm. H. Grbvtlle, Oakvale, Stonehaven, N.B.; and Oriental Glvb, Hanover Square,W. 

1903 DuNDAS, The Ven. Archdeacon Charles L., M.A., Gharminster Vicarage, Dorchester. 
1885 DuNDONALD, LiEUT. -GENERAL THE Earl OF, K.C.V.O., K.C.B., 34 Portman Square, W. 

1894 fl^^^Ei''-'' Owen R., Garholdisham Manor, East Hading, Norfolk; and Junior Garlton 

Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1909 tDuNN, F. H., 41 Threadneedle Street, E.G. 

1908 Dunn, Fred., Messrs. Stewarts d; Lloyds, Ltd., 50 Old Broad Street, E.G. 

1911 Dunn, John, 25 Montagu Square, W. 

1885 fl^UNN-YARKER, H. W. 

1878 fl^^^i^^vEN, Right Hon. the Earl of, K.P., C.M.G., 22 Norfolk Street, Park Lane, W. ; 

! Kenry House, Putney Vale, S. W. ; and Garlton Glub, S. W. 

1897 fl'^^^'^CHER, Alfred F., Grosby, Waldegrave Park, Twickenham. 

1880 fDuTTON, Frank M., 74 Lancaster Gate, W. ; and Gonservative Glub, St. James's Street, S.W. 
1880 ' DuTTON, Frederick, Birch Hall, Windlesham, Surrey. 

1910 tDtrvEEN, Edward J., Gangmoor, Hampstead Heath, N.W. 
1887 I Dyer, Charles, 31 The Drive, Hove, Sussex. 

1887 ' Dyer, Frederick, The Pentlands, Park Hill Road, Groydon ; and 17 Aldermanbury, E.G. 

1890 j t^YER, Joseph, cjo Messrs. A. H. Wheeler & Go., Temple Ghambers, E.G. 
1913 Dysart, The Right Hon. Earl of, Ha7n House, Richmond, Surrey. 

1912 Fades, Lieut.-Colonel Cecil M., Woldingham. Surrey. 

1884 '■ Eales, Wn.LiAM John, Westview, Bycullah Park, Enfield. 

1895 ' EcKERSLEY, James C, M.A., Garlton Manor, Yeadon, Leeds ; and United University 

Glub, Pall Mall East, S.W. 

1889 ! fEcKSTEiN, Frederick, Ottershaw Park, Ottershaw, Surrey. 
1S94 Ede, N. J., Oakhurst, Netley Abbey, Hants. 

1887 t^DWARDES, T. Dyer, 5 Hyde Park Gate, S.W. ; and Prinknash Park, Painswick, Stroud. 

1904 Edwards, Harry Woodward, 12 Park Road, Beckenham. 

1890 j Edwards, Lieut. -General Sir J. Bevan, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., 9 Wilbraham Place, S.W. 

1909 I Edwards, Lancelot R., The Old Mill, Milton, Melplash, Dorset. 

1886 ; Edwards, Nathaniel W., 36-37 King Street, E.G. 

1876 : t^DWARDS, S. 

1906 I fEoERTON, Professor Hugh E., M.A., 14 St. Giles', Oxford. 

1882 I t^LDER, Frederick, 2 Leinster Place, W. 

1882 j t^LDER, Wm. George, 7 St. Helens Place, E.G. 

1911 Eldridge, Edward H., Fairlight, Madeira Road, Streatham, S.W. 

1906 Elgin & Kincardine, Right Hon. the Earl of, K.G., G.C.S.L, G.C.LE., Broom HaU, 

Dunfermline, N.B. 
1889 Elias, Colonel Robert, Rendham Barnes, Saxmundham ; and Army and Navy Cluh, 

Pall Mall, S.W. 

1905 fELLioT, Major E. H. M. 

1899 t^LLiOT, Leslie, Royal Societies Glub, St. James's Street, S.W. 

1913 Ellis, Alfred P. B., L.S.A., 60 Stoney Stanton Road, Goventry. 
1905 Ellis, Henry Vaughan, 19 St. Andrew's Mansions, Dorset Street, W. 

1912 fl^LPHiNSTONE, Lancelot Henry, Struan, Wimbledon Park, S.W. 

1889 Elwell, Wm. Ernest, The Manor House, Wei ford, Rugby. 
1902 Elwell, William R. G., 3 Downside Road, Glifton, Bristol. 

1910 Ely, Herbert W., Tasmania Government Office, 56 Victoria Street, S.W. 
1895 Emett, Frederick W., 22 Birch Grove, Ealing Gommon, W. 

1912 fl^'^'^OTT, Right Hon. Lord, 30 Ennismore Gardens, S.W. 

1885 Erbsloh, E. C, 21 Great Winchester Street, E.G. 

1913 Evans, W. A., 12 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.G. 

1890 Evans, Sir William Gwynne, Bart., Oaklands Park, Newnham, Glos. 
1885 EwART, John, The Copse, Limpsfield, Surrey. 



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1907 

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EwiNe, James Allardyce, 17 Prince Edward Mansions, Palace Court, W. 

EwiNG, JoHK, 5 Upper Gilmore Terrace, Edinburgh. 

fEwiNG, William, 14 St. Vincent Place, Glasgow. 

Eyles. Geokge Lancelot, C.M.G., M.Inst.C.E., 12 Dean's Yard, Westminster, S.W. 

Fairbairn, Andrew Dodds, 67 Watling Street, E.C. 

Fairclouqh, R. a., 25 Kensington Palace Gardens, W. 

Faire, Arthur W., J. P., Elmccte, Knighton, Leicester. 

Fairfax, Charles B., 25 Harcourt House, Cavendish Square, W. 

fFAiRFAX, E. Ross, Macquarie, Tunhridge Wells. 

fFAiRFAX, J. Mackenzie, Junior Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

Falmouth, Right Hon. Viscount, K.C.V.O., C.B., Tregothnan, Truro. 

Farmer, James H., Fairfield, Mundesley, Norfolk, and 5 Queen's Gardens, St. Andrews, 

N.B. 
fFARRAR, Sidney H., 4 London Wall Buildings, E.C. 
Fawcett, William, 76 Shooter's Hill Road, Blackheath, S.E. 
Fawns, Rev. J. A., cjo Messrs. H. Meade-King <& Son, Bristol. 
Fearnsides, John Wm., 4 Brick Court, Temple, E.C. 

Feilden, Charles Henry, 15 Union Mansioiis, Queen's Club Gardens, W. 
Feilden, Theodore, Stratford Lodge, Watford; and cjo "Times," Printing House 

Square, E.C. 
Fell, Arthur, M.P., 46 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 
Felton, Wm. Bertles, c/o Union of London and Smiths Bank, 8 High Street, Netting 

Hill, W. 
Fenton, Rev. Herbert 0., B.A., 94 Newland's Park, Sydenham, S.E, 
Ferguson, A. M., Frognal House, Frognal, Hampstead, N.W. 
Fife, George R., 11 Palace Gardens Terrace, W. 
Finch, Henry Hobson, 25 Norfolk Crescent, Hyde Park, W. 
Finch, Otho FitzGerald, Fullamore, Waldron, Sussex. 
FiNDLAY, W. K., Kilry, Warren Drive, New Brighton, Birkenhead. 
Finlay, Arthur W., 17 Fenchurch St., E.C. 

FiNLAY, Right Hon. Sir Robert B., K.C, G.C.M.G., M.R, 31 Phillimore Gardens, W. 
FiNLAY', Rev. W. Russell, A.K.C.I., Rihblesdale, Dorking. 
FiNLAYSON, David, 27 The Grove, BoUons, S. W. 

FiNLAYSON, Lieut.-Colonel Robert A., C.M.G., Royal Crescent Hotel, Brighten. 
FiNucANE, Morgan I., M.R.C.S.E., 10 Ashley Place, Victoria Street, S.W, 
Finn, Alexander, 40 Inverness Terrace, W . 
Finn, Brigadier-General Harry, C.B., cfo Messrs. Dalgety <& Co., Sydney, New South 

Wales. 
Firman, Lieut.-Colonel R. B., D.S.O., Layton Lodge, Buntingford, Herts ; and Naval 

and Military Club. 
tFiRTH, Sir Algernon F., Bart., Holme House, Lightcliffe, Halifax, Yorks. 
FitzGerald, Wm. G., A.M.I.N.A., 35 Bushwood Road, Keiv, Surrey. 
f FitzGerald, William W. A., Carrigoran, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Clare, Ireland; and 

Carlton Club, Pall Mall, S. W. 
FiTZWiLLiAM, Rt. Hon. Earl, D.S.O., 4 Grosvenor Square, W. 
Fleming, Sir Francis, K.C.M.G., 9 Sydney Place, Onslow Square, S.W. ; and Oriental 

Club, Hanover Square, W. 
Flint, Joseph, C.M.G., Rosemount, Sanderstead Road, Sanderstead, Surrey ; and the Niger 

Company, Ltd., Surrey House, Victoria Embankment, W.C. 
Flint, Captain Wm. Raffles, Bury House, Romford, Essex. 
Flower, Alfred, c/o R. H. Wright, Esq., 121 Victoria Street, S.W. 
Flower, Sir Ernest, 6 Upper Phillimore Gardens, S.W. 
Foden, John, 9 Chiswell Street, E.C. 
fFoRAN, Bernard F., 20 Lancaster Gate, W. 
Forbes-Dennis, A. A., Wellington Club, Grosvenor Place, S. W. 
FoBD, Allan Douglas, cfo National Safe Deposit Co., 1 Queen Victoria Street, E.C, 



72 Royal Colonial Institute. 

Year of 
Election. 

1889 j fFoRD, James P., Meadowhank, Carncmstie, N.B. 

1901 I FoRGAN, Thomas H., The Ley, Northwich. 

1889 FoRLONG, Captain Charles A., R.N. Gore Vale, Emsworth, Hants. 
1912 j FoESTEE, Cecil C, The Thatched, Cottage, Olham, Maidstone. 

1912 ! Fort, Sir Hugh, 71 Jermyn Street, 6'. If. 

1890 FoETiTNO, Jose, 85 Twyford Avenue, Ealing Common, W. 

1888 Fowler, George M., C.M.G., The Maivor House, Horsepath, Oxjord. 

1889 Fowler, James, Red Court, Peek Crescent, Wimbledon, S. W. 

1912 Fowler, Thomas B. D., Holhorn Viaduct Hotel, E.C. ; and Belgrano, Eedland Park, Bristol. 

1890 FowLiE, Wn.L TA M, 29 City Boad, E.C. 

1904 Fox, Francis Douglas, M.A., M.Inst.C.E., 19 Kensington Square, W. 

1902 Fox, Henry Wilson, 4 Halkin Street, S.W. 

1907 Fox-Symons, Robert, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.R, D.P.H., 95 Cromwell Road, S.W. 

1907 Foxwell, Douglas L., Penstone, Laiicing, Sussex. 

1888 Francis, Daniel, 21 Lindfidd Gardens, Hampstead, N.W. 

1910 Feaser, a. j., Australian Press Association, 80 Fleet Street, E.C. 

1903 f Feaser, John C, c/o Messrs. Stephen, Eraser dh Air, 65 London Wall, E.C. 

1900 fFEEMANTLE, ADMIRAL THE HoN. SiE Edmund R., G.C.B., C.M.G., 44 Lowcr Sloane 

Street, S.W. 
908 French, Sm Somerset R., K.C.M.G., Aylwins, Mayfield, Sussex. 
1898 Fbere, The Ven. Aechbeacon Hugh Coreib, Roydon Rectory, Diss, Norfolk. 
1913 Freshfield, Edwin Hanson, 31 Old Jewry, E.C. 

1911 Fbewen, Moeeton, Brede, Sussex. 

1912 Friedlander, Julius, White Knights Park, Reading; and 22 Doum St., W. 

1908 Feiend, W. Horace, 42 Half Moon Street, W, ; and Junior Athenceum Club, Piccadilly, 
W. 

1909 Fuller, Sir Bampfylde, K.C.S.I., C.I.E., clo London County and Westminster Bank, 
St. James's Street, S. W. 

1911 fFuLLER, H.E., Sir John M. F., Bart., K.C.M.G., Government House, Melbourne, Victoria. 
1881 Fulton, John, 26 Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, W. 

1913 Fyers, Henry Francis Clieton, 43 Broadhurst Gardens, South Hampstead, N.W. 

1912 Fyfe, H. Hamilton, Thorpe Cottage, Egham, Surrey. 



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1908 
1912 
1908 
1885 
1889 
1912 
1909 

1911 

1912 

1907 

1894 

1890 

1909 

1910 

1902 

1913 

1911 

1891 

1911 

1911 

1912 



Galbraith, John H., 32 Victoria Street, S.W. •• ' 

Gale, Wilfred, 41 Iverna Gardens, W. 
Gallewski, Benjamin, 105 Priory Road, Hampstead, N.W. 
Galloway, Malcolm W., Shelley Hall, Ongar, Essex. 
Game, James Aylward, 2 Eastcheap, E.C. 
Gammidge, Henry, The Mount, Chislehurst. 
Gard, Stephen A., 9 Rosslyn Hill, Hampstead, N.W. 

Gaed, W. G. Snowdon, LL.B., 9 Rosslyn HiU, Hampstead, N.W. ; and 2 Gresham Build- 
ings, E.C. 
Gaednee, Alfeed H., Hilden, Cheriton Gardens, Folkestone. 
Gardner, Frank Wm., 14 Newton Mansions, Queen's Club Gardens, W. 
Gaednee, Rev. Richaed Titley, M.A., Fluke Hall, nr. Garstang, Lanes. 
Gabnett, William J., Tlie Red House, Narborough, Leicester. 
IGaebison, W. Heebert, F.R.G.S., 46 Albany Mansions, Albert Bridge-Road, S.W. 
Gaeeod, James B., 3 Parkholme Road, Dalsion, N.E. 
Gaevin, James L., 9 Grevile Place, N.W. 

Gaselee, General Sm Alfeed, G.C.B., G.C.I.E., Grove End, Pit Farm Road, Guildford. 
Gaston, Edward Page, Cornwall Cottage, Sutton, Surrey. 

Gates, Edward C, Self-Help Emigration Society, Memorial Hall Buildings, E.C. 
Gatty, Sm Stephen H., Downshire House, Roehampton, S.W. 
Gaypord, Herbert S., Northern Assurance Co., 1 Moorgate Street, E.C, 
Geldaed, Major Francis, Naval and Military Clitb, 94 Piccadilly, W. , 
Qenge, Rev. J. Wesley, 4 Onslow Villas, Muswell Road, Highgaie, N. 



Resident Fellows. 



73 



1912 

1885 
1879 
1884 



George, David, Bank of Netv South Wales, 29 Threadneedle Street, E.G. 

Georoe, Major F, Nelson, 19 St. Winifred Road, Bournemouth ; and Constitutional Club, 

W.C. 
GiBBiNGS, Major Henry Cornwall C, Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 
Gibbon, John Murray, 11 Rupert Road, Bedford Park, Chiswick, W. 
Gibbon, Sir William D., Hathaway Cottage, Surrey Road, Bournemouth West. 
tGiBBONS, William Pike, J.P., The Foxhills, Wombourne, Wolverhampton. 
GiBBS, Colonel George A., J.P., D.L., M.P., 22 Belgrave Square, S.W. 
GiBLiN, RoNAXiD WoRTHY, The Hawthoms, Christ Church Road, Cheltenham. 
Gibson, C. Jerrold, Kingswood, Pyrford, Woking. 
Gibson, Frank Wm., 8 Chester Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. 
Gibson, Vicb-Admiral Herbert W. S., Hurstleigh, Blackwater, Hants. 
Gilbert, Alfred, 65 London Wall, B.C. 
Gilbert, John, Treleyan House, Near Bodmin, Cornwall, 
f GiLBERTSON, Chables, VilUno Scarselli, Via Trieste 30, Firenze, Italy. 
fGiLCHRiST, WiLLLAM, c/o Standard Bank of South Africa, 10 Clement's Lane, B.C. 
fGiLCHRisT, William Oswald, Oakley Hall, Basingstoke. 
GiLFiLLAN, Samuel, 2 Billiter Avenue, B.C. 
Gillanders, James, 41 Tooley Street, S.E. 
Gillespie, William, 82 Fenchurch Street, B.C. 
GiLMOUR, S. Carter, 25 Cumberland Road, Acton, W. 
GiMSON, Martin, White House, Clarendon Park, Leicester. 
Gimson, W. L., 46 Inverness Terrace, W. 
Girdwood, John, J.P., 27 Clement's Lane, E.G. 
Gladstone, H.E., Right Hon. Viscount, G.C.M.G., Government House, Pretoria, 

Transvaal. 
Glanfield, George, Hale End, Woodford, Essex. 
Glantawb, Right Hon. Lord, The Grange, Swansea. 
Glasgow, Right Hon. The Earl of, G.C.M.G., Kelburne, Fairlie, N.B. 
Goad, Samuel, 35 Vicarage Road, Hastings. 

GoDBY, Michael J., c/o Uriion Bank of Australia, 71 Cornhill, E.G. 
fGoDFREY, Raymond, F.R.G.S., F.R.A.S. (late of Ceylon), 79 Cornhill, E.G. 
GoDSAL, Captain William, R.E., Haines Hill, Twyford, Berks. 
Godson, Edmund P., Castlewood, Shooter's Hill, Kent. 
GoFF, Bruce, M. B., 17 Ovington Gardens, S.W. 

GoLDiE, Right Hon. Sir George T., K.C.M.G., Naval and Military Club, Piccadilly, W. 
Goldman, C. Sydney, M.P., Walpole House, The Mall, Chiswick, W. 
GoLDRiNG, A. R., Transvaal Chamber of Mines, 202 Salisbury House, E.G. 
Gonsalves, George, A.M.Inst.C.E., 62 London Wall, E.G. 
GooDE, William Habiilton, 30 Upj^er Addison Gardens, S.W. 
GoODAY, J. F. S., 2 Raymond Buildings, Gray's Inn, W.C. 
Goodhabt, George E., Messrs. Pollock-Hope <& Co., 32 Bishopsgate, E.G. 
Goodman, Sir William Meigh, K.C, Clavadel, Pit Farm Road, Guildford. 
GooDSiR, George, Messrs. W. Weddd <& Co., 16 St. Helens Place, E.G. 
fGoRDON, Charles G., A.M.Inst.C.E., Golonia, Grove Park Road, Chiswick, W. 
fGoRDON, George W., The Brewery, Caledonian Road, N. 
IGoRDON, John William, 11 King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.G. 
fGoRDON, John Wilton, 9 New Broad Street, E.G. 
Goulding, T. Waldemar, 30 The Avenue, Brondesbury Park, N.W. 
fGowANS, Louis F., 47 Lavington Road, West Ealing, W. 
GowER, Robert Vaughan, Ferndale Lodge, Tunbridge Wells. 
Graham, Sir Frederick, K.C.B., Aros, Haslemere, Surrey; and St. Stephen's Gluh, 

Westminster, S.W. 
Graham, H. B., Messrs. Reid and Campbell, Ltd., Craig's Court, S.W. 
fGRANT, Cardross, Bru7itsfield, Bromley Road, BeckenJuxm, Kent. 
fGRANT, E. H., Priory Lawn, Cheltenhayn. 
Grant, Henry, Sydney Hyrst, Chichester Road, Croydon. 



74 Royal Colonial Institule 

Year of 
Election. 

1911 Grant, William, 20 Pencester Road, Dover. 

1903 Grant, William Tarver, Blenheim Club, 26 King Street, S.W.; and 8 Acacia I'lace, 

St. John's Wood, N.W. 

1911 Gray, John, 3 Victoria Drive, Rock Ferry, Birkenhead. 

1881 Gray, Robert J., 60 Bunhill Row, E.G. 

1898 fGRAY, Robert Kaye, M.Inst.C.E., Lessnesa Park, Abbey Wood, Kent, 

1908 Green, Frederick Daniel, 13 Fenchurch Avenue, E.G. 

1881 fGREEN, Morton, J.P., 320 Loop Street, Maritzburg, Natal. 

1877 Green, Robert Cottle, 20 Kinver Road South, Sydenham, S.E. 
1911 Greene, J. Arthur, Templecombe, Mortlake Road, Kew, Surrey. 

1902 Greener, Charles E., The Rookery, Hartopp Road, Four Oaks, Birmingham. 

1909 Greenfield, J. H., 15 Sheen Gate Gardens, East Sheen, S.W. 

1911 Greenhaluh, H. R., 28 Gavendish Drive, Rock Ferry, Birkenhead. 

1909 Greenish, Alfred W., 86 St. James's Street, S. W. 

1894 Greenlees, T. Duncan, M.D., Rostrevcr, Kutleton Avenue, Weymouth. 

1912 Greenwood, Hamar, M.P., 4 Crown Office Row, Temple, E.G. 
1901 Greiq, Henry R. W., Preston House, Kingston-on-Thames. 
1912 Greio, Joseph, 65 Comeragh Road, West Kensington, W. 

1912 Grenfell, Arthur M., Roehampton House, Roehampton Lane, S.W. 

1912 Grenfell, John, Wymondham, Oakham, and 6 Princes Street, E.G. 
1905 Grenfell, R. N., 6 Princes Street, E.G. 

1882 Greswell, R,ev. William H. P., M.A., Martlett House, Minehead, Somerset. 

1882 Gretton, Lieut. -Colonel George Le M., Hill View, Sherborne, Dorset; and United Service 
Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 

1913 Greville, Colonel The Hon. Alwynne, Danbury Park, Chelmsford. 

1889 fGiKEY, Right Hon. Earl, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., Howick Hall, Lesbury, Northum- 

berland ; and 22 SoiUh Street, Park Lane, W. 

1881 Grey-Wilson, Sir William, K.C.M.G., Monson Lodge, Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells. 

1897 Grieve, Norman W., 1 Stafford Terrace, Kensington, W. 

1911 Grieve, Robert, Bannatyne, St. Albans. 

1903 Griffith, W. L., Canada Government Office, 17 Victoria Street, S.W. 

1910 Griffiths, J. Norton, M.P., Highwood House, Mill Hill, near Elstree. 
1887 fGRiFFiTHS, William, cfo G. E. Edwards, Esq., 53 Queen Street, Cardiff. 
1909 Geigg, Edward W. M., 14 Wyndham Place, Bryanston Square, W. 

1890 Grimani, Edmund Hornby, 150 Church Road, Upper Norwood, S.E. 

1912 fCfROGAN, Captain Ewart S., Gamphill, Newcastle, Staffs. 
1912 Guest, Major Hon. H. Charles, M.P., 1a, Queen's Gate, S.W. 

1912 GcjiNNESS, Hon. Rupert, C.B., C.M.G., M.P., 11 St. James's Square, S.W. 
1909 GuNDLE, Isaac, 13 Heath Drive, Hampstead, N.W.; and 21 Lime Street, E.G. 

1878 Guthrie, Charles, 224 Cromwell Road, S. W. 

1886 fGwiLLiAM, Rev. S. Thorn, Hampton Poyle Rectory, Oxford. 
1885 GwYN, Walter J., 22 Billiter Street, E.G. 

1909 Gwynne, Rev. R. L., 3 Grosvenor Park,