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The University Library 
Memorial University of Newfoundland 

April 1976 

by 

GEORGE WILLIAM JEEFERS 
Farmville, Virginia 



S.B., AM., Boston, Ph.D., Toronto 
D.Sc (honoris causa), M.U.N. 






AD VER TI "(EMENT. 



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ADVEBTISEMENT. 

Cables: Codes—Scott's, Watkins, A. II. C, Q 

"HOWniNG." ST. JOHN'S. Western Union, Premier. 6 



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Ship Owners, "Brokers and 
General Merchants. 



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AGENTS FOR 

Lolyd's, London Salvage Association, New Swiss 
Lloyds, National "Board of Marine Under- 
writers of New York, Liverpool and 
Glasgow Underwriters. 



Liverpool &■ Londott & Globe Tire Insurance (pmpanv S 

Neu) York, Newfoundland & Halifax Steamship (bmpany 9 

English & American Steam Shipping (pompanv ^ 

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EXPORTERS OP 

Codfish, Salmon, Herring, Seal Oil, 

Seal Skins, Lobsters, 

Non-freezing Cod Liver Oil, 



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Liverpool, London, and Cardiff. | 



3awnil\G & CONTANY, 

New Y^rk and San Frattcisco. 





Owners of the Newfoundland Royal Nail Steamers S 
" Portia " and " Prospero, " plying between Saint \ 
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A Year 'Book &■ Almanac 
of Newfoundland 

3 

Containing a Calendar and Nautical 
Intelligence for the Year; 



Authentic and Valuable Information relating to Public 

Offices, Institutions, 'Banks, TLtc, of the Colony, 

together with a carefully revised 

Dmi^cTonY 

of all Towns, Villages and Settlements 
in the Island, and 

THI. CUSTOMS TAHIFF (OFFICIAL) 
Corrected to Date. 



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ST. JOHN'S, N. f. ; 
/. W, Withers, King's Printer, 

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COMMON NOTES FOR THE YEAR 19J3. 



Golden Number XIV 

Epact 22 

Solar Cycle 18 

Roman Indiction 11 

Dominical Letter E 

Julian Period 6626 

Sundays after Trinity 27 

Septuagesima Sunday Jan 19 

Ash Wednesday Fel). 5 

St. Patrick's Day Mar. 17 

Good Friday Mar. 21 



Easter Sunday Mar. 23 

Rogation Sunday Apr, 26 

Ascension Day May 1 

Whitsunday " 11 

Trinity Sunday " 18 

Corpus Christi " 22 

1st Sunday in Advent Nov. 30 

Christmas Day, Thursday Dec. 25 

Birth of King George v., 1865 ... June 3 
Birth of Prince of Wales, 1894.. June 23 



ECLIPSES, 1913. 

In the year 1913 there will be three Eclipses of the Sun and two Eclijises of 
the Moon. 

1 A Total eclipse of the Moon, March 21-22, 1913, invisible at Greenwich. 

2. A Partial eclipse of the Sun, April 6, 1913, iuvisibl? at Greenwich. 

3. A Partial eclipse of the Sun, August 31, 1913, invisible at Greenwich. 

4. A Total eclipse of the Moon, September 14-15, 1913, invisible at Greenwich, 

5. A Partial eclipse of the Sun, September 29, 1913, invisible at Greenwich. 



SEASONS. 



Spring commences March 21 
Summer " June 22 



Autumn commences Sept. 23 
Winter " Dec. 22 



RULERS OF SOME OF THE CHIEF COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD. 




Austria-Hungary .. 

Belgium 

China 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Portugal 

Roumania 

Russia 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

U. States of Brazil 

United States 

Pope of Rome 



Francis Joseph, Emperor 

Albert I., King of the Belgians 

Yuan-Shi-Kai, President 

Christian X., King 

Raymond Poincarg, President.. 

William II., Emperor 

George, King of the Hellenes .. 
Victor Emmanuel III., King .. 

Yoshihito, Emperor 

Francesco I. Madero, President 

Wilhelmina, Qveen 

Haakon VII., King 

Manuel d'Arriaga, President 

Charles, King 

Nicholas II., Emperor 

Alfonso XIII., King 

GustavusV., King 

Louis Forrer, President 

Mehemed V.. Sultan 

Hermas da Fouseca, President.. 
Woodrow Wilson, President 
Pius X, (family name, Sarto) .. 



Born. 


Acceded. 


1830 


1848 


1875 


1909 




1912 




1912 


1841 


1913 


1859 


1888 


1845 


1863 


1869 


1900 




1912 




1911 


18?0 


1890 


1872 


1905 


1835 


1911 


1839 


1881 


1868 


1894 


1886 


1886 


1858 


1907 




1912 


1844 


1909 




1910 


1857 


1912 


1835 


1908 



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Calendar. 



JANUARY, 1913. 



Phases of the Moon. 



New Moon — 7th day, 6h. 57in., a.m. 
First Quarter — 15th day, Oh. 31iii., p.m. 



Full Moon 
Last Quarter 



-22nd day, 
-2'Jth day. 



Oh. 
4h. 



9m., p.m. 
Sm., a.m. 



l3T MO.VTH. 

31 Days. 


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Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. Johs'8. 






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Sun's Declina- 
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High Water 


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m. s. \ s. ] d. \ a.m. 


\f.m. 


a. m. 


1/. w. 


1 


1 


Wed. 


S23 2 14.7 12.05 


3 33.52 1.188 23.79 7 54 


U 13 


2 09 


2 33 


1 


2 


Thur. 


22 57 11.7 13.2(1 


4 1.89 1.175 24.79 7 54 


4 14 


3 18 


3 42 


3 


3 


Fri. 


22 51 41.1 14.34 


4 29.94 1.161 25.79 7 54 


4 15 


4 16 


4 40 


4 


4 


SMt. 


22 45 43.2 


15.48 


4 57.63 1.145 26.79 7 54 


4 16 


5 02 


5 26 


6 


6 


Sun. 


22 39 18.1 


16.61 


5 24.92 1.128 27.79 7 54 


4 17 


5 44 


6 08 


6 


6 


Mill. 


22 32 26.0 


17.73 


5 51.78 1.11.1 


28.79 


7 54 


4 18 


7 06 


7 30 


7 


7 


Tues. 


22 25 7.1 18.84 


6 18.18 1.090 


0.(16 


7 53 


4 19 


7 14 


7 38 


8 


8 


Wed. 


22 17 21.7 19.94 


6 44. loll. 069 


1.06 


7 63 


4 20 


7 51 


8 15 


9 


9 


Thur. 


22 9 10.0 21.(13 


7 9.49|l.047 


2.06 


7 53 


4 21 


8 26 


8 60 


Ic 


10 


Fri. 


22 32.1 22.11 


7 34.34 1.023 


3.06 


7 53 


4 22 


8 58 


9 22 


11 


11 


Sat. 


21 51 28.5 


23.18 


7 58.61 


0.999 


4.06 


7 52 


4 24 


9 30 


9 54 


1-2 


12 


Sun. 


21 41 59.4 


2) 24 


8 22.27 


0.973 


5.06 


7 52 


4 25 


10 02 


10 26 


13 


13 


Mon. 


2] 32 5.0 


25.29 


8 45.31 


0.946 


6.06 


7 51 


4 26 


10 34 


10 58 


1^ 


14 


Tues. 


21 21 45.7 


26.32 


9 7.7(-» 


0.919 


7.06 


7 51 


4 27 


11 14 


11 38 


1'^ 


15 


Wed. 


21 11 1.7 


27.34 


9 29.42 


0.891 


8.06 


7 50 


4 29 


11 54 




16 


IGTliur. 


20 59 53.5 


28.34 


9 50.45 


0.861 


9.06 


7 49 


4 30 


31 


65 


It 


17 Fii. 


20 48 21.3 


29.34 


10 10.77 


0.832 


10.06 


7 49 


4 31 


1 51 


2 15 


18 


18 Sat. 


20 36 25.4 


30.31 


10 30.37 


0.801 


11.06 


7 48 


4 33 


3 16 


3 40 


19 


19 Sun. 


20 24 6.2 


31.28 


10 49.23 


(1.770 


12.06 


7 47 


4 34 


4 26 


4 50 


2li 


20 Moil. 


20 n 24.0 


32.23 


11 7.33 


0.738 


13.06 


7 46 


4 36 


5 36 


6 00 


21 


21 Tues. 


19 5S 19.2 


33.16 11 24.67 


0.707 


14.06 


7 45 


4 38, 


6 24 


6 48 


22 


22 Wed. 


19 44 52.1 


34.09 


11 41.25 


0.675 


15.06' 


7 44 


4 39 


7 11 


7 35 


•J3 


23T1IUI-. 


19 31 3.0 


35.00 


11 57.06 


..643 


16.00 


7 43 


4 41; 


7 48 


8 12 


24 


24 Fri. 


19 16 52.3 


35.89 


12 12.09 


(\610 


17.06 


7 42 


4 42| 


8 24 


8 48 


26 


25 Sat. 


19 J 20.3 


36.77 12 26.34 


0.577 


18.06 


7 41 


4 44, 


8 58 


9 22 


26 


26 Sun. 


18 47 27.4 


37.63 


12 39.80 


0.545 


19.06 


7 40 


4 Ab\ 


9 32 


9 56 


27 


n\Uo\\. 


18 32 13.9 


38.48 


12 52.43 


0.512 


20.06' 


7 39 


4 47' 


10 28 


10 47 


28 


28, Tues. 


18 16 40.2 


39.32 


13 4.37 


0.479 


21.06 


7 38 


4 48 


11 14 


11 38 


20 


29' Wed. 


18 46.7 


40.13 


13 15.46 0.446 


22.06 


7 37 


4 50' 


11 58 


22 


3ii 


30,Timr. 


17 44 33.8 


40.94 


13 25.76 0.412 


23.06 7 36l 


4 51 


1 18 


1 42 


31 


31 


in. 1 


17 28 1.8 


41.72 


13 35.25 


0.379| 


24.06' 


7 35| 


4 52 


2 38 


3 02 



Meteorological Reg-ister for the Month of January, 1912. 



Lowest, 28.240; Mean, 23.740. 



15.iroineter-Highest, 30 210; i^owest, 2S.240; Mean, 23.740. Thennoineter~Hi-l,est 



Calendar. 



FEBRUARY, 1913. 



Phases of the Moon. 



New Moon — 6tli day, Hi. olni., a.m. 
First Quarter — Hth day, 61i. 4ni., a.m. 



Full Moon —20th day lllh. 32m., p.m. 
Last Quarter —27th day, 5h. 44m., p.m. 



2nd Month. 
28 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 




St 


. John's 


s 

O 
>> 


4 

a 
o 

3 

1 


o 
>, 

Pi 

a 


Sun's Declina- 
tion. 


Hourly 
Variation. 


Equation 

of Time to be 

added to 

A. T. 


Si 


i 

CO 

i 


C 


CQ 
C 


High Water. 



32 
33 
34 
35 

36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 



Sat. 

2'SuN. 
3 1 Moil. 
4'Tues. 
5!Wi'd. 
C I'liur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 



lOliMOM 



lljTu.s. 
43il2j\Veil. 
44|l3;Tliur. 
45!l4 Fii. 



46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
63 
54 
55 
56 
57 



Silt. 

Sun. 

Moil. 

Tiles. 

Wed. 

Tliur. 

Fri. 



Sat. 
Sun. 
Moil. 
25j'rues. 
26 Wed. 
58 27tTliur. 
59'28!Fri. 



S17 
16 
16 
16 
10 
15 
15 
15 
11 
1 1 
14 
13 
13 
13 
12 
1'^ 
12 
11 
U 

n 

10 
10 
9 
9 
9 
8 



11.2 42 

2.4 43 
35.7 43 
51.6 
50.6 
33 
59.3 

9.9 

5.3 
45 9 
12.1 
24.4 
23.2 

8.9 
42.0 

3.0 
12.1 



56.6 
32.8 
58.7 
14.8 
21.4 
18.9 
7.7 
48.1 



44. 

45, 

46 

46 

47 

48 

48. 

49 

49 

50. 

50. 

51. 

51. 

52. 

52. 

53. 

53. 

54. 

54. 

54. 

55. 

55. 

55. 



m. 
13 
13 
13 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 



20.656 
45.5J56. 



20 14 

77 14 
32 14 
86| 14 
371 14 
87 14 



14 

14 
14 
13 



13! 13 
53; 13 
91 13 

29! 13 
64: 13 
98 13 
30| 12 
61 i 12 
1 



s. 


4-. 


cl. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


a. m. 


43.94 


0.345 


25.06 


7 33 


4 54 


3 45 


51.82 


0.311 


26.06 


7 32 


4 56 


4 34 


58.89 


0.278 


27.06 


7 30 


4 58 


5 20 


5.15 


0.244 


28.06 


7 2 


5 00 


5 54 


10.60 


0.210 


29.06 


7 27 


5 01 


7 06 


15.23 


0.176 


0.28 


7 26 


5 03 


7 22 


19.06 


0.143 


1.28 


7 24 


5 05 


7 53 


22.08 


0.109 


2.28 


7 22 


5 07 


8 24 


24.29 


0.075 


3.28 


7 21 


5 08 


8 54 


25.70 


0.042 


4.28 


7 19 


5 10 


9 26 


20.32 


0.009 


5.28 


7 17 


5 12 


9 56 


20.15 


0.023 


6.28 


7 16 


5 13 


10 31 


25.21 


0.055 


7.28 


7 14 


5 15 


11 16 


23.5ti 


0.087 


8.28 


7 12 


5 16 


11 48 


21.02 


0.119 


9.28 


7 11 


5 18 


1 10 


17.79 


0.150 


10.28 


7 09 


5 20 


2 52 


13,8;^ 


0.180 


11.28 


7 08 


5 21 


4 20 


9.15 


0.210 


12.28 


7 06 


5 22 


5 13 


3.77 


0.239 


13.28 


7 06 


5 23 


6 06 


57.70 


0.267 


14.28 


7 03 


5 25 


6 46 


50.97 


0.294 


15.28 


7 01 


5 27 


7 26 


43.59 


0.321 


16.28 


6 59 


5 28 


8 00 


35.58 


0.346 


17.28 


6 58 


5 29 


8 34 


20.97 


0.371 


18.28 


6 56 


5 31 


9 15 


17.78 


0.395 


19.28 


6 54 


5 33 


9 56 


8.01 


0.419 


20.28 


6 52 


5 34 


10 50 


57.09 


0.441 


21.28 


6 50 


5 36 


11 54 


40.84 


0.463 


22.28 


6 48 


5 38 


48 



p. m. 



09 
53 
44 
18 



7 30 

7 46 

8 17 

8 48 

9 18 
9 50 

10 20 

10 55 

11 40 
12 



34 
16 
44 
37 
30 
10 
60 
8 24 

8 58 

9 39 

10 20 

11 14 

1 12 



Meteorological Keg^ister for the Month of February, 191S. 



Barometer- Highest, Sd.ii'iO; Lowest, 2S.iUS ; ^leau, 29.53.J, 
38. 0; Lowest, 2.0 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 20.4 ; Mean Min. Te; 
remijer.iture, 24.10; Rainfall (inches), 0.00; Prevailinp Winds, X. W, 



Thermometer— Highest, 
Temperature, IS.O ; Mean 



Calendar. 



MARCH, 1913. 



Phases of the Moon. 

New Moon — 7th day, 81i., u?in., p.m. I Knll Moon 
First Quarter— 15th day, 5h., 27m., p.m. | Last Quarter ■ 



-'2-2ud day, 
-20th day, 



Sh., 25m., a.m. 
9h., 27m., a.m. 



3rd Month. 


31 Days. 




5 


■iij' 


2 


S 


t 


tH 


S 


(S 


^ 


<M 


«t-i 




s 


o 


t«. 


>. 


>> 


rt 


rt 


d 


u 


P 


Q 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. Johns. 



Sun's Decli- ; t -2 
nation. S 2 



J2 o 
c -S — r-i 

^ .5 "^ 






s 



« 



3 
03 



e 

CO 



High Water. 



60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

6 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

8.1 

86 

87 

88 

89 



1 


Sat. 


2 


SCN. 


3 


Moil. 


4 


Tiies. 


6 


Wed. 


6 


Thur. 


7 


Fri. 



9 
10 
11 

12 
13 
14 
15 

16 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
20 



9031 



Sat. 

.Su\. 

Mo». 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

.Men. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

SuN'. 

iMoii. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur, 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon . 



S7 42 3.3 
7 19 14.3 
6 56 18.9 
6 33 17.6 
6 10 10.7 
5 46 58.7 
5 23 42.0 
5 20.9 
4 36 55.9 
4 13 27.4 



56.90 
57.17 
57.43 
57.67 

57.89, 

58.10 

58.29 

58.46 

58.61 

53.75 



3 49 55 9 158.87 
3 26 21.6 58.98 
3 2 45.0(59.06 
2 39 6.6|59.13 
2 15 26.7 59.19 
1 51 45.6 59.23 
1 28 3.7 59.25 
1 4 21.5 59.26 
40 39.2 '59.26 
SO 16 57.2 159.24 
No 6 44.2 59.20' 

30 24.6 '59.16! 
'> 64 3.7 :59.10| 

1 17 41.2 '59.02! 

1 41 10.8 58.941 

2 4 50.2 58.84 
2 28 21.1 58.72 

2 51 49.0 58.59.' 

3 15 13.6 58.45' 

3 38 34.6 58.29' 

4 1 51.7 58.12' 

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m. s. 
12 35.47 
12 23.61 
12 J1.27 
11 53.46 
U 45.19 
11 31.49 
11 17.38 
11 2.87 
10 47.97 
10 32.70 
10 17.09 
10 1.15 
9 44.89 
9 28.33 
9 11.49 
8 54.40 
8 37.07 
8 19.52 
S 1.77 
43.85 
25.79 
7.61 
49.32 
30.96 
12.56 
54.1;^ 
5 35.69 
5 17.23 
4 53.91 
4 40.59 
4 22.-35 



s. 

0.484 

0.504 

0.524 

0.543 

0.562 

0.579 

'■.596 

0.613 

0.629 

0.643 

0.657 

0.671 

0.684 

0.696 

0.707 

0.717 

0.727 

0.735 

0.743 

0.750 

0.755 

0.760 

0.764 

0.766 

0.767 

0.7CS 

0.768 

0.766 

0.764 

0.762 

0.758 



d. 

23.28 
24.28 
25.28 
26.28 
27.28 
28.28 
29.28 
0.48 
1.48 
2.48 
3.48 
4.48 
5.48 
6.48 
7.48 
8.48 
9.48 
10.48 
11.48 
12.48 
13.48 
14.48 
15.48 
16.48 
17.48 
18.48 
19.48 
20.48 
21.48 
22.48 
23.48 



m. 

47 

45 

43 

41 

39 

37 

35 

33 

31 

29 

27 

25 

23 

21 

19 

17 

15 

12 

10 

08 
06 
04 
03 
01 
59 
57 
55 
53 
51 
49 
47 



p.rnA a. m. 



5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

6 01 
6 02 
6 04 
06 
6 07 
6 19 
6 10 
6 11 



39 

40 

41 

43 

44| 

46 

48 

49 

51 

52 

54 

55 

56 

58 



17 

24 
15 
54 
32 
00 
06 
24 

7 54 

8 27 

9 00 
9 36 

10 12 
10 57 



5911 
1 
2 
4 
5 
5 
6 



12 

14 

6 15 

6 17 

6 18 



19 

20 

6 22 



7 


44 


8 


20 


8 


57 


9 


46 


10 


36 


11 


41 





34 


1 


49 


2 


56 



/. m. 

2 41 

3 48 

4 39 

5 18 

5 56 

6 24 

7 30 

7 48 

8 18 

8 51 

9 24 
10 00 

10 36 

11 21 



1 29 

3 10 

4 24 

5 35 

6 18 

7 00 

7 34 

8 08 

8 44 

9 21 

10 10 

11 00 

58 

2 13 

3 20 



Meteorolog-ical Register for the Month of March, 1912. 

Temperature, 32.10 ; Rainfall ('nehes)';73?rPm-afuns Wndi; y. ^^- W.""' ''■'' ' *'^^" 



Ualendar, 



APRIL, 1913. 



Phases of the Moon. 



New Moon — 6th day, 2h. 17m., \i. in. 
First Quarter— 14th day, 2h. Sni., a. ni. 



Full Moon —20th day, 6h. 2iu., p. ni. 
Last Quarter — 28th day, 2h. 38m., a. m. 



4th Month. 
30 DAy&. 


Apparent Noon at 


Greenwich, 


St. John's. 


C 

S 
o 

a 


4 
o 

o 


o 

a 


bun's Decli- 
nation. 





.2 = 

a* 


§1 


W 

8 

3 


zn 

.2 

fl 
s 


i 

OS 

a 


High Water. 












m. s. 


s. 


d. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


0. m. 


/. ;;/. 


91 


1 


Tues. 


N 4 25 "4.4 


57'.'93 


4 4 21 


0.754 


24.48 


5 45 


6 23 


3 48 


4 12 


02 


2 


Wed. 


4 48 12.4 


57.73 


3 46.18 


0.749 


25.48 


5 43 


6 25 


4 28 


4 52 


93 


3 


Thur. 


5 11 15.4 


57.51 


3 28.28 


0.743 26.48 


5 41 


6 26 


5 03 


5 27 


94 


4 


Fii. 


5 34 13.0 


57.28 


3 10.53 


0.73e!27.48 


5 39 


6 27 


5 37 


6 01 


95 


5 


Sat. 


5 57 4.8 


57.03 


2 52.95 


0.72928.48 


5 37 


6 29 


6 08 


6 32 


96 


6 


Sun. 


6 19 50.4 


56.70 


2 35.55 


0.72l''z9.48 


5 35 


6 30 


7 06 


7 30 


97 


7 


Mou. 


6 42 29.5 


56.49 


2 18.35 


0.712 0.76 


5 33 


6 32 


7 32 


7 56 


98 


8 


Tues. 


7 5 1.7 


56.19 


2 1.36 


0.703! 1.76 


5 31 


6 33 


8 06 


8 30 


99 


9 


Wed. 


7 27 26.7 


55.88 


1 44.59 


0.694 2.76 


5 29 


6 34 


8 40 


9 04 


100 


10 


Thur. 


7 49 44.0 


55.55 


1 28.06 


0,083 3 76 


5 27 


6 36 


9 21 


9 ,5 


101 


11 


Fri. 


8 11 53.3 


55.21 


1 11.79 


0.67'.i 


4.76 


5 25 


6 37 


10 03 


10 27 


102 


12 


Sat. 


8 33 54 3 


54.86 


55.79 


0.661 


5.76 


5 23 


6 39 


10 54 


11 18 


10.3 


12 


Sun. 


8 55 46.6 


54.49 


40.07 


0.649 


6.76 


5 21 


6 40 


36 





104 


14 


Moil. 


9 17 29.9 


54.11 


24.64 


0.636 


7.76 


5 19 


6 41 


1 04 


1 28 


105 


15 
16 


Tues. 
Wed. 


9 39 3.8 
10 00 28.0 


53.71 
53.30 


9.53 


0.623 
0.609 


8.76 
9.76 


5 IV 
5 16 


6 43 
6 44 


2 36 

3 43 


3 00 


106 


5.25 


4 07 


107 


17 


Thur. 


10 21 42.1 


52.87 


19.69 


0.594 


10.76 


5 14 


6 45 


4 50 


5 14 


108 


18 


Fri. 


10 42 45.9 


52.44 


33.77 


0.579 


11.76 


5 12 


6 47 


5 34 


5 58 


109 


19 


Sat. 


11 3 39.1 


51.99 


47.46 


0.562 


12.76 


5 10 


6 48 


6 18 


6 42 


110 


20 


Sun. 


11 24 21.4 


51.53 


1 0.76 


0.545 


13.76 


5 08 


6 50 


6-54 


7 18 


111 


21 


Mou. 


11 44 52.5 


51.05 


1 13.64 


0.527 


14.76 


5 06 


6 52 


7 30 


7 54 


112 


22 


Tues. 


12 5 12.0 


50.57 


1 26.08 


0.509 


15.76 


5 04 


6 53 


8 09 


8 33 


113 


23 


Wed. 


12 25 19.7 


50.07 


1 38.07 


0.490 


16.76 


5 03 


6 54 


8 47 


9 11 


114 


24 


Thur. 


12 45 15.4 


49.56 


1 49.60 


0.470 


17.76 


5 01 


6 55 


9 36 


10 00 


115 


25 


Fri. 


13 4 58.6 


49.03 


2 0.64 


0.450 


18.76 


5 00 


6 56 10 27 


10 51 


116 


'26 


Sat. 


13 24 29.048.49 


2 11.19 


0.429 


19.76 


4 58 


6 58 11 21 


11 45 


117 


!27 


Sun. 


13 43 46.3'47.94 


2 21.23 


0.408 


20.76 


4 57 


6 59' 


24 


118 


,28 


Moil . 


14 2 50.2 47.38 


2 30.75 


0.386 


21.76 


4 55 


17 00, 1 10 


1 34 


119 


;29 


Tues. 


14 21 40.4 46.80 


2 39.75 


0.364'22,76 


4 54 


7 01' 2 14 


2 £8 


120 


130 


Wed. 


i 14 40 16.5 46.20 


' 2 48.22 


0.34l!23.76 


4 52 


7 03 2 44 


3 08 


Equation 
of the Month. 


of Time to be added to 


Aijparent Time to 15th, and subtracted the rei 


nainder 






Met 


eorologlcal 


Beg^is 


ter for tl 


Id Mo 


nth 


E Apr 


il, 19 


IS. 



Barouieter— Highest, 30.340; Lowest, 29.010; Mean, 20.075. Thermometer— Highest, 
49.0; Lowest, 13.0; Mean Max. Temperature 39.9; Mean Min. iTemperature, 25.7; Mean 
feroperature, 32.10 ; Sainfall (inches), 1.65 ; Prevailing Wind N. E, — N. W, 



Calendar, 



MAY, 1913. 



Phases of the Moon. 

New Moon — 6th day, 4h. S3iu., a. iii. j p'lill Moon — 20tli day, 31i. 47ni., a. m 
First Quarter— 13th day, 8h. 14ni., a. ni. j Last Quarter — 2Tth day, 8h. 33ni., p. ni. 



5iH Month, 
31 Days. 



o 

a 

O 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



I 



Sun's Decli- 
nation. 



S 3 






i-l 



Ka 



St. John s. 



09 






^ 


i 




r/1 


Pi 


OS 


o 

o 




;» 



Higli Water. 













m. s. 


s. 1 d. 


a 


f/i. 


p.m. 'a. 


m. p. m. 


121 


] 


Thiir. 


N14 58 38.2 


46.60 


2 56.14 


0.31924.76 




511 


7 05 


3 


52 


4 16 


122 


2 


Fri. 


15 16 45.2 


44.98 


3 3 51 


0.29525.76 




48 


7 06 


4 


32 


4 56 


12.3 


3 


Sat. 


15 34 37.1 


44.34 


3 10.32 


0.272 


26.70 




46 


7 08 


5 


09 


5 33 


124 


4 


Sun. 


15 52 13.6 


43.69 


3 16.58 


0.249 


27.76 




44 


7 10 


5 


45 


6 09 


125 


5 


Men. 


16 9 34.4 


43.03 


3 22.28 


0.226 


28.76 




42 


7 11 


6 


20 


6 44 


12fi 


6 


Tue.s. 


16 26 39.1 


42.35 


3 27.41 


0.202 


0.15 




41 


7 12 


7 


06 


7 30 


127 


7 


Wed. 


16 43 27.4 


41.66 


3 31.98 


0.179 


1.15 




40 


7 13 


7 


52 


8 16 


128 


8 


Thnr. 


16 59 59.0 


40.96 


3 35.98 


0.155 


2.16 




39 


7 14 


8 


32 


8 56 


129 


9 


Fri. 


17 16 13.6 


40.25 


3 39.42 


|).132 


3.15 




37 


7 16 


9 


12 


9 36 


130 


10 


Sat. 


17 32 10.8 


39.51 


•3 42.30 


0.108 


4.15 




36 


7 1/ 


10 


00 


10 24 


131 


11 


Sun. 


17 47 50.3 


38.77 


3 44.62 


0.085 


5.15 




34 


7 19 


10 


49 


11 13 


132 


12 


Moil. 


18 3 11.9 


38.02 


3 46.38 


0.062 


6.1;. 




32 


7 20 


n 


51 





133 


13 


Tues. 


18 18 15.2 


37.25 


3 47.59 


0.039 


7.15 




31 


7 21 





40 


1 04 


134 


14 


Wed. 


18 32 59.9 


36.47 


3 48.25 


0.016 


8.15 




3(1 


7 22 


2 


01 


2 25 


135 


15 


Thnr. 


18 47 25.9 


35.69 


3 48.35 


0.0u7 


9.15 




28 


7 24 


3 


22 


3 46 


136 


16 


Fri. 


19 1 32.8 


34.89 


3 47.90 


0.030 


10.15 




27 


7 25 


4 


17, 4 41 


137 


17 


Sat. 


19 15 20.4 


34.07 


3 46.90 


0.053 


11.15 




26 


7 20 


5 


12 


5 36 


138 


18 


Si-N-. 


19 28 48.4 


33.25 


3 45.35 


0.076 


12.15 




25 


7 27 


5 


54 


6 18 


139 


19 


Moil. 


19 41 56.6 


32.42 


3 43.25 


0.099 


13. 15 




24 


7 28 


6 


36 


7 00 


140 


20 


Tues. 


19 54 44.7 


31.58 


3 40.61 


0.121 


14.15 




23 


7 29 


7 


16 


7 40 


141 


21 


Wed. 


20 7 12.5 


30.73 


3 37.42 


0.144 


15.15 




22 


7 30 


7 


55 


8 19 


142 


22 


Tluir. 


20 19 19.8 


29.87 


3 33.69 


0.167 


16.15 




21 


7 32 


8 


36 


9 00 


143 


23 


Fii. 


20 31 6.4 


29.00 


3 29.41 


0.189 


17.15 




20 


7 33 


9 


19 


9 43 


144 


24 


Sa . 


20 42 32.0 


28.12 


3 24.60 


0.211 


18.15 




19 


7 34 


10 


08 


10 32 


145 


25 


Sun. 


20 53 36.3 


27.23 


3 19.27 


0.233 19.15 




18 


7 35 


10 


58 


11 22 


146 


26 


Men. 


21 4 19.1 


26.33 


3 13.42 


0.254 


20.15 




17 


7 36 


11 


38 





147 


27 


Tues. 


21 14 40.3 


25,42 


3 7.06 


0.275 


21.15 




16 


7 37 





06 


30 


148 


28 


Wed. 


21 24 39.5 


24.50 


3 0.20 


0.296 


22.15 




15 


7 38 


1 


06 


1 30 


149 


29 


Thur. 


21 34 16.5 


23.58 


2 52.86 


0.316 


23.15 


4 


15 


7 39 


2 


04 


2 28 


150 


30 


Fri. 


21 43 31.2 


22.64 


2 45.05 


0.335 


24.15 


4 


14 


7 40 


3 


01 


3 25 


151 


31 


Sat. 


21 52 23.4 


21.70 


2 36.78 


0.354 


25.15 4 


14 


7 41 


3 


52 


4 16 



Meteorolog-ical Bes-ister for the Month of May, 1912. 



_ Barometer-Highest, 30.320 ; Lowest, 29.410; Mean, 29.S6.5. Thermometer- Highest, 
,D.O; Lowest 2S0; Mean Max. Twnperaturn, 58.1; Mean Min. Temperature, 3S.S ; Mean 
Tamperature, 43.9 ; Rainfall ■.luch^s), 1,63 ; Prevailing Winds, s. W. — W. 



Calendar 



JUNE, 1913. 



Phases of the Moon. 



New Moon — 4th day, 4h. 20iu., p.m. 
First Quarter — llth day, Ih. 6m., p.m. 



Full Moon — ISthday, 2h. 23m., p.m. 
Last Quarter —20th day, 2h. 10m., p.m. 



6th Month. | 
30 Days. 


Appare.vt Noon at Greenwich. 


St. John's 


s 


a 

o 


i 

« 




>fi 


c . 
.2 2 


^g 


1 


i 


i 




o 




o 

rt 


Sun's Declina- , 
tion. i 

1 


Si i 


Is 


Si 


« 

"(3 

8 


c 



m 


a 


High Water 


q 


Q 


Q 


1 






















n t 11 


// 


in. s. 


s. 


d. \a.m. 


p.??jj a. m.\ ji.m. 


152 


1 


Sun. 


f|22 52 8 


20.74 


2 28.07 


0.371 


26154 13 


7 42i 4 38' 5 02 


153 


2 


Mon. 


22 8 59.1 


19.78 


2 1895 


0.388 


27. 15,4 12 


7 43| 5 24 5 48 


154 


3 


Tues. 


22 16 42.3 


18.81 


2 9.43 


0.405 


28.15 


4 12 


7 44 


6 06 


6 30 


155 


4 


Wed. 


22 24 2.2 


17.84 


1 59. 52 


0.420 


29.15 


4 11 


7 45 


7 06 


7 .30 


156 


5 


Thur. 


22 30 58.6 


16.85 


1 49.25 


0.4.35 


0.67 


4 10 


7 46 


7 39 


8 03 


157 


6 


Fri. 


22 37 31.2 


15.86 


1 33.65 


0.448 


167 


4 10 


7 47 


8 23 


8 47 


158 


7 


Sat. 


22 43 400 


14.87 


1 27.74 


0.460 


267 


4 09 


7 48 


9 06 


9 30 


159 


8 


Sun. 


22 49 24 9 


13.87 


1 1655 


0.472 


367 


4 09 


7 49; 9 46' 10 10 


160 


9 


Mon. 


22 54 45.7 


12.86 


1 5.09 


0.482 


4.67 


4 09 


7 49 10 3310 .57 


161 


10 


Tnes. 


22 59 42.2 


11.85 


53.39 


0492 


5.67 


4 08 


7 5011 20;11 44 


162 


11 


Wed. 


23 4 14.4 


10.84 


41.48 


500 


6.67 


4 08 


7 50,11 56 20 


163 


12 


Thur. 


23 8 22.3 


9.82 


29.37 


0.508 


7.67 


4 08 


7 50 


1 12 1 36 


164 


13 


Fri. 


23 12 5.7 


8.80 


17.09 


0.515 


8.67 


4 08 


7 51 


2 34 2 58 


165 


14 


Sat. 


23 15 24.6 


7.78 


466 


0..521 


9.67 


4 09 


7 51 


3 45; 4 09 


166 


15 


Sun. 


23 18 18.9 


6.75 


7 90 


0526 


10.67 


4 09 


7 51 


4 42' 5 06 


167 


16 


Mon. 


23 20 48.5 


5.72 


20.57 


0.530 


11.67 


4 09 


7 51 


5 29 5 53 


168 


17 


Tues. 


23 22 53. 5 


4.69 


33..33 


0.533 


12.67 


4 09 


7 52 


6 16! 6 40 


169 


18 


Wed. 


23 24 33 8 


3.66 


46.17 


536 


13.67 


4 09 


7 52' 6 57, 7 21 


170 


19 


Thur. 


23 25 49.3 


2 63 


59.07 


0.538 


14.67 


4 09 


7 53 7 38' 8 02 


171 


20 


Fri. 


23 26 40.1 


160 


1 12 00 


539 


15.67 


4 09 


7 53, 8 16| 8 40 


172 


21 


Sat. 


23 27 6.1 


0.57 


1 24.94 


0..^39 


16.67 


4 09 


7 54 8 53 9 17 


173 


22 


Sun. 


23 27 7.4 


0.46 


1 37.88 


0.539 


17.67 


4 09 


7 54' 9 32 9 56 


174 


23 


Moil. 


23 26 43.9 


1.50 


1 50.80 


0.537 


18.67 


4 10 


7 5510 0810 32 


175 


24 


Tues. 


23 25 55. 6 


2.53 


2 367 


0.535 


19.67 


4 10 


7 55 10 44 11 08 


176 


25 


Wed. 


2:3 24 42.5 


3 56 


2 1647 


0.531 


20.67 


4 10 


7 5511 28 11 52 


177 


26 


Thur. 


23 23 4.7 


4 59 


2 29.18 0.527 


21.67 


4 11 


7 54 11 51 


15 


178 


27 


Fri. 


23 21 2.3 


5.61 


2 41.78, 0522 


2267 


4 11 


7 54' 46 


1 10 


179 


28 


Sat. 


23 18 35.2 


6.64 


2 .54 24 0.516 


23.67 


4 12 


7 54! 1 56; 2 20 


18U 


29 


Sun. 


23 *5 43.5 


7.66 


3 6.54' 50'^ 


24.67 


4 12 


7 54 3 05 3 29 


18130 


Mon. 


23 12 27.3 


8.69 


3 1865 0.500 25.67:4 13 


7 54 4 06 4 30 


Equation of 


Time to be .su 


otracted from Apparent Time to 14th, and added tlie re- 


raaiiider of the n 


lonth. 








Met 


eorological '. 


fle^isl 


,er for ti 


le MoE 


Lth of 


June 


>, 19 


IS. 





Barometer— Highest, 30.100; Lowest, 20.040; Mean, 20.600. Thermometer— Highest, 
84.0 ; Lowest, 38.0 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 63,3 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 43. S ; Mc«u 
Temperature, 53.11 ; Rainfall (inches), 2.09 ; Prevailing Winds, S. W. — N, W, 

3 



10 



Oalena' 



ai . 



JUi-Y, 1913. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Kew Moon — 4th day, lli. S5m., a.m. 
First Quarter — lOtli day, fill. ijiii.,i).m. 



Full Moon 
Last Quarter 



— 18tli day, 2h. 35m., a.m. 
_26th day, 6h. 28m., a.m. 



TtK Month. 
31 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



Sr. Johns. 



A 


> 


« 


a 


c 








•A 


& 






o 


o 


>. 


>» 




cS 


Q 


Q ! 







•s ° 












>.S 


« t 


^3 




0) 


e i 
03 1 
c 

3 

" 1 


Siiu's Decli- 
nation. 


Hour! 
Variati 


Equatio 
Time 

be add 
A. T 




o 
o 

5 


c 

















Higli Water. 









" 




?»?, s. 


.s. 


rf. 


a.m. 


■p.m. 


a. m. p. m. 


182 


1 


Tue.s. 


N23 8 46.6 


9.70 


3 30. 56 


0.491 


26.67 


4 13 


7 54 


5 04 5 28 


183 


2 


Wed 


23 4 41.6 


10.71 


3 42. 24 


0.481 


27.67 


4 13 


7 54 


5 52 6 16 


184 


3 


Thuv. 


2:^ 12,3 


11.72 


3 53 05 


0.470 


28.67 


4 14 


7 54 


7 06 7 30 


185 


4 


Fri 


22 55 18.9 


12.72 


4 4.78 


0.457 


029 


4 14 


7 54 


7 29 7 5:S 


186 


5 


Sat. 


22 50 1.5 


13.72 


4 15.60 


0.444 


1.29 


4 15 


7 54 


8 09 8 33 


187 


6 


Sun. 


22 44 20.2 


1471 


4 26.08 


0.429 


2.29 


4 16 


7 53 


8 48 9 12 


188 


7 


Mou. 


22 38 15 2 


1.) 70 


4 36 21 


414 


3.29 


4 16 


7 53 


9 20 9 50 


189 


8 


Tues. 


?2 31 46.6 


16.68 


4 4595 


0.397 


429 


4 17 


7 53 10 03 10 27 


190 


9 


Wed. 


22 24 54 7 


17.65 


4 5528 


0.389 


529 


4 18 


7 5210 4811 12 


191 


10 


Thuv. 


22 17 39.6 


18.61 


5 419 


0.362 


6.29 


4 18 


7 .52 11 40 


192 


11 


Fii. 


22 10 1.5 


19 56 


5 1266 


0.343 


7.29 


4 19 


7 51 24 48 


193 


12 


Sat. 


22 2 0.5 


20.51 


5 20.67 


0324 


8.29 


4 20 


7 51 1 48 2 12 


194 


13 


Sun. 


21 53 36.9 


21.45 


5 28 21 


0.304 


929 


4 21 


7 50 


3 02 3 26 


195 


14 


Mon. 


21 44 50.9 


22.. 38 


5 3526 


0.283 


1029 


4 22 


7 49 


4 16 4 40 


196 


15 


Tiies. 


21 .35 42.7|23.30 


5 41.81 


0.262 


11.29 


4 23 


7 48 


5 06 5 30 


197 


16 


Wed. 


21 26 12.424.22 


5 47 86 


0241 


1229 


4 24 


7 47 


5 57 6 21 


198 


17 


Thur. 


21 16 20.3 25.12 


5 .53.40 


0220 


1329 


4 2.5 


7 46 


6 36 7 (K) 


199 


18 


Fii. 


21 6 6 7j26.01 


5 58. 41 


0198 


1429 


4 27 


7 45 


7 17| 7 41 


200 


19 


Sat. 


20 55 316,26.90 


6 289 


176 


15 29 


4 28 


7 44 


7 50 8 14 


201 


20 


Sun. 


20 44 35.3 27.78 


6 6.84 


0153 


1629 '4 29 


7 43 


8 24^ 8 48 


202 


21 


Mon. 


20 33 18128.65 


6 10.25 


0.130 


1729 


4 30 


7 42 


8 56 9 20 


203 


22 


Tues. 


20 2140.2 29.51 


6 13.10 


107 


1829 


4 81 


7 41 


9 26 9 50 


204 


23 


Wed. 


20 41.8 30.36 


6 1540 


0.084 


1929 


4 3^ 


7 40 


10 (K) 10 24 


205 


24 


Thur. 


19 57 23.031.20 
19 44 44.2 32.03 


6 1714 


061 


20 29 4 34 


7 39 


10 34 10 58 


206 


25 


Fii. 


6 18.31 


0.037 


21.29 4 35 


7 38 


11 1811 42 


207 


20 


Sat. 


19 31 45. 7 32.84 


6 18.91 


0013 


22 29 4 36 


7 37 


U 50 14 


208 


27 


Sun. 


19 18 277 33.65 


6 18.94 


0011 


23.29 4 37 


7 36 


1 02 1 26 


209 


28 


Mon. 


19 4.50.4 3445 


6 18.39 


0.035 


2429 4 38 


7 35 


2 S2 2 56 


210 


29 


Tues. 


18 50 54.l'3o.24 


6 17.25 


0.060 


25 29 4 39 


7 34 


3 40 4 10 


211 


.80 


Wed. 


18 36 39. 1136.01 


6 15.53 


0.084 


26 29 4 40 


7 32 


4 44 5 08 


212 


31 


Thur. 


18 22 5.7 36.77 


6 13.22 


0.109 


27.29 4 41 


7 31 


5 43 6 07 



Metaorologrical Register for the Montli of July, 1912. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.330; Lowest, 29.240; Mean, 29.785. Thermometer— Highest, 
«a.O ; Lowest 38.0 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 64.2 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 46 9 Mean 
Temperature, 65.9 ; Rainfall (inches), 7.63 ; Prsvailing Winds, N. E. — W. — S. W 



Calendar, 



U 



AUGUST, 1913. 



New Moon 
First Quarter - 



2nd day, 
■ 9th day, 



Phases of the Moon. 

9h., -27111., a.m. I Full Moon — letUday, 4U., .'ieiii., p m. 
Oh., 32in., a.m. | Last Quarter —2'tth day, 8h., 47iii., p.m. 
New Moon— 31st day, 5h., Tin., p.m. 



8th Month. 
31 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. Johns. 


s 

o 


5 
§ 


Of 

O 


Sun's Decli- 
nation. 


as 


S ° -■ 

CTch « 


> 


< 
J" 

o 
o 


i 

s 


GO 

B 
B 
EO 


High Water. 


n 


-9_ 


Q 








a 














o 


/ u 


It 


m. s. 


s. 


d. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


a. m. 


/. 7H. 


213 


1 


Fii. 


N18 


7 14.2 


37.52 


6 10.31 


0.134 


28.29 


4 42 


7 30 


7 06 


7 30 


214 


2 


Sat. 


17 


52 4.8 


38.26 


6 6.80 


0.159 


29.29 


4 44 


7 28 


7 18 


7 42 


215 


3 


Sun. 


17 


36 37.9 


38.98 


2.68 


0.184 


0.96 


4 45 


7 27 


7 56 


8 2.) 


216 


4 


Moil. 


17 


20 53.8 


39.69 


5 57.95 


0.210 


1.96 


4 47 


7 25 


8 30 


8 54 


217 


5 


Tues. 


17 


4 52.8 


40.39 


5 52.61 


0.235 


2.96 


4 48 


7 24 


9 05 


9 29 


218 


6 


Wed. 


16 


48 35.2 


41.07 


5 46.66 


0.261 


3.96 


4 50 


7 22 


9 40 


10 04 


219 


7 


Thur. 


16 


32 1.4 


41.74 


5 40.09 


0.286 


4.96 


4 51 


7 21 


10 31 


10 55 


220 


8 


Fri. 


16 


15 11.8 


42.39 


5 32.91 


0.312 


5.96 


4 52 


7 19 


11 24 


11 48 


221 


9 


Sat. 


15 


58 6.6 


43.04 


5 25.13 


0.337 


6.96 


4 53 


7 18 


11 57 


21 


222 


10 


Sun. 


15 


40 46.1 


43.66 


5 16.75 


0.362 


7.96 


4 54 


7 17 


1 22 


1 46 


223 


11 


Moil. 


15 


23 10.7 


44.28 


5 7.77 


0.386 


8.96 


4 55 


7 15 


2 24 


2 48 


224 


12 


Tues. 


15 


5 20.6 


44.80 


4 58.2] 


0.410 


9.96 


4 57 


7 13 


3 22 


3 46 


225 


13 


Wed. 


14 


47 16.1 


45.43 


4 48.08 


0.434 


10.96 


4 58 


7 12 


4 29 


4 53 


226 


14 


Thur. 


14 


28 57.5 


46.06 


4 37.39 


0.457 


11.96 


4 59 


7 lu 


5 36 


6 00 


227 


15 


Fri. 


14 


10 25.2 


46.63 


4 26.14 


0.480 


12.96 


5 00 


7 09 


6 14 


6 38 


228 


16 


Sat. 


13 


51 39.4 


47.18 


4 14.36 


0.502 


13.96 


5 01 


7 07 


6 52 


7 16 


229 


17 


Sun. 


13 


32 40.5 


47.72 


4 2.06 


0.523 


14.96 


5 03 


7 05 


7 23 


7 47 


230 


18 


Moil. 


13 


13 28.6 


48.26 


3 49.24 


0.544 


15.96 


5 04 


7 04 


7 53 


8 17 


231 


19 


Tues. 


12 


54 4.148.78 


3 35.93 


0.565 


16.96 


5 06 


7 02 


8 24 


8 48 


232 


20 


Wed. 


12 


34 27. 3149.28 


3 22.14 


0.585 


17.96 


5 07 


7 00 


8 54 


9 18 


233 


21 


Thur. 


12 


14 38.6 49.77 


3 7.87 


0.604 


18.96 


5 08 


6 59 


9 28 


9 52 


234 


22 


Fri. 


11 


54 38.1 


50.26 


2 53.15 


0.622 


19.96 


5 09 


6 57 


10 00 


10 24 


235 


23 


Sat. 


11 


34 26.2 


50.73 


2 37.99 


0.640 


20.96 


5 10 


6 55 


10 45 


11 09 


236 


24 


Sun. 


11 


14 3.251.18 


2 22.41 


0.658 


21.96 


5 12 


6 53 


11 40 


— . _ 


237 


25 


Moil. 


10 


53 29.4 


51.63 


2 6.42 


0.675 


22.96 


5 13 


6 51 


34 


58 


238 


26 


Tues. 


10 


32 45.1 


52.06 


1 50.03 


0.691 


23.96 


5 15 


6 49 


2 10 


2 34 


239 


27 


V\^ed. 


10 


11 50.6 


52.48 


1 33.26 


0.706 


24.96 


5 16 


6 47; 


3 36i 


4 00 


240 


28 


Thur. 


9 


50 46.3 


52.88 


1 16.13 


0.721 


25.96 


5 18 


6 45 


4 43 


5 07 


241 


29 


Fri. 


9 


29 32.5 


53.27 


58.64 


0.736 


i6.9(j 


5 19 


6 43 


5 34 


5 f»8 


242 


20 


Sat. 


9 


8 9.5 


53.64 


40.80 


0.750 


27.96 


5 20 


6 41 


6 16 


6 40 


243 


31 


Sun. 


8 


46 37.7 


54.00 


22.64 


0.763 


28.96 


5 22 


6 39 


7 06 


7 30 



Meteorolog'ical Beg-ister for the Month of Aug-ust, 1912. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.3V) ; Lowest, 29.310; Mean, 29.S2.J. Thermometer- Highest, 
73.0; Lowest, 41.0; Mean Max. Temppratun;, 63.20; Mean Min. Temperature, 49.2; Mean 
Temperature, .!i6.22; Rainfall (iiichas), 4. -IS ; Prevailing Winds, S. E. — S. W. — W. 



12 



Calendar, 











SEPTEMBER, 1913, 












Phases of the Moon. 


First Quarter- 


- 7th clay, 9h. 35m., a. in. Last Quarter -23rd day, Sli. 59m., a. m. 


Full Moon - 


-15th day, Ph. 15n,., ». m. New Moon -30th day, Ih. 2bm., a. m. 


pTH Month. 
30 Da/s. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. John's. 


V 


n 
o 

a 




Sun's Decli- 


si 


"S 

•Is 


Si 


6 


s 


03 


High Water. 


o 




"S 


nation. 




*5 — 


via 


"a 


§ 


s 




>. 


>, 


>> 




> 


ff 


> 5 


02 


00 




a 


a 


a 






H 


a 


















m, s. 


s 


d. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


a. m,\p. m. 


244 


1 

2 


Moil. 
Tues. 


N8 24 57.4 
8 3 9 


54''35 

54.68 


4.16 


0.776 
0.789 


0.64 
1.64 


5 23 
5 25 


6 37 
6 35 


7 42 

8 24 


8 05 


245 


14.63 


8 48 


246 


3 


Wed. 


7 41 12.9 


54.99 


33.71 


0.801 


2.64 


5 26 


6 33 


8 47 


9 11 


247 


4 


Thur. 


7 19 9.4 


55.29 


53.07 


0.812 


3 64 


5 27 


6 31 


9 28 


9 52 


248 


5 


Fii. 


6 56 58.8 


55.58 


1 12.70 


0.823 


4.64 


5 29 


6 29 10 10; 


10 34 


249 


6 


Sat. 


6 34 41.6 


55.85 


1 32.58 


0.833 


5.64 


5 30 


6 27ill 02 


11 26 


250 


7 


Su.\. 


6 12 18.1 


56.11 


1 52.70 


0.843 


6.64 


5 31 


6 2511 46 


10 


251 


8 


Moil. 


5 49 48.5 


56.35 


2 13.03 


0.851 


7.64 


5 33 


6 23 


1 11 


1 35 


252 


9 Tues. 


5 27 13.2 


56.58 


2 33.55 


0.859 


8.64 


5 34 


6 21 


2 42 


3 06 


25'? 


10 


Wed. 


5 4 32.5 


56.80 


2 54.25 


0.866 


9.64 


5 35 


6 19 


3 47 


4 11 


254 


11 


Thur. 


4 41 46.8 


57.00 


3 15.11 


0.872 


10.64 


5 37 


6 17 


4 34 


4 58 


255 


12 


Fri. 


4 18 56.3 


57.20 


3 36.10 


0.877 


11.64 


5 38 6 15 


5 21 


5 45 


256 


12 


Sat. 


3 56 1.3 


57.38 


3 57.19 


0.881 


12.64 


5 39 


6 13 


5 54 


6 18 


257 


14 


Stjn. 


3 33 2.2 


57.54 


4 18 37 


0.884 


13.64 


5 40 


6 11 


6 27 


6 51 


258 


15 


Mon. 


3 9 59.3 


57.69 


4 39.62 


0.886 


14.64 


5 42 


6 09 


6 58 


7 22 


259 


16 


Tues. 


2 46 52.9 


57.84 


5 0.92 


0.888 


15.64 


5 43 


6 07| 7 28 


7 52 


260 


17 


Wed. 


2 23 43.2 


57.96 


5 22.24 


0.S88 


16.64 


5 44 


6 05 


8 00 


8 24 


261 


18 


Thur. 


2 30.6 


58.08 


5 43.55 


0.887 


17.64 


5 46 


6 03 


8 31 


8 55 


262 


19 


Fri. 


1 37 15.4 


58.18 


6 4.84 


0.836 


18.64 


5 47 


6 01 


9 07 


9 31 


263 


20 


Sat. 


1 13 57.9 


58.27 


6 26.08 


0.884 


19.64 


5 48 


5 59 


9 43 


10 07 


264 


21 


Sun. 


50 38.4 


58.35 


6 47.25 


0.880 


20.64 


5 49 


5 57 


10 36 


11 00 


265 


22 


Mou. 


27 17.3 


58.41 


7 8.33 


0.876 


21.64 


5 51 


5 55 


11 30 


11 54 


266 


23 


Tues. 


NO 3 54.8 


58.46 


7 29.30 


0.871 


22.64 


5 52 


5 53 


28 


52 


267 


|24 


Wed. 


S 19 28.7 


58.49 


7 50.13 


0.865 


23.64 


5 53 


5 51 


2 06 


2 30 


268 


,25 


Thur. 


42 52.8 


58.51 


8 10.81 


0.85824.64 


5 55 


5 49 


3 20 


3 44 


269 


26 


Fri. 


1 6 17.2 


58.51 


8 31.31 


0.850|25.64 


5 56 


5 47 


: 4 33 


4 57 


270 


27 


Sat. 


1 29 41.5|58.50 


8 51.62 


0.84226.64 


5 58 


5 44 


5 22 


5 46 


271 


28 


Sun. 


1 53 5.4,58.48 


9 11.72 


0.833 27.64 


6 00 


5 42 


1 6 00 


6 24 


272 


29 


Moil . 


2 16 28.5 58.44 


9 31.59 


0.N23 28.64 


6 01 


5 40 


7 06 


7 30 


273 


!30 


Tues. 


2 39 50.4 58.38' 9 51.21 


O.8I2I 0.29 


6 02 


5 38 


1 7 18 


7 42 


Equation 


of Time to be added to Apparent Time to Ist, and subtracted the remainder 


of the Month. 








Meteo 


rological Re 


gistei 


for the 


Monti 


I of S 


epten 


aber, 


1912. 





Barometer— Highest, 30.410; Lowest, 29.420; Mean, 29.915. Thermometer— Highest, 
68.0; Lowest, 33.0; Mean Max. Temperature 54.10 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 42.13; Mean 
femperature, 48.14 ; Kainfall (inches), 5.06 ; Prevailing Winds, N. E. — S. 



Calendar, 



13 



OCTOBER, 1913. 



Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter— Cth day, lOh. 15m., p.'m. 
Full Moon —15th day, 2h. 3(im.,a."m 



Last Quarter — 22Md day, 7h. 22m., p. ni. 
New Moon —29th day, lOh. 58m., a. m. 



10th Month. 
31 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 




St. 


John 


9. 






u 

o 

1 


1 
1 


Day of Week. 


Sun's Decli- 
nation. 


Hourly 
Variation. 


Equation of 
Time to be 
subtracted 
from A. T. 




6 

'a 
o 


OS 

S 

c 
a 

03 


1 

CQ 

§ 

03 


High Water. 










m. s. 


s. 


d. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


a. 


m. 


p. m. 


274 


1 


Wed. 


S 3 3 10.7 


58.30 


10 10.57 


0.801 


1.29 


6 03 


5 37 


8 


00 


8 24 


275 


2 


Thur. 


3 26 29.0 


58.21 


10 29.65 


0.789 


2.29 


6 05 


5 34 


8 


40 


9 04 


276 


3 


Fri. 


3 49 45.0 


58.11 


10 48.41 


0.776 


3.29 


6 06 


5 32 


9 


19 


9 43 


277 


4 


Sat. 


4 12 58.2 


57.98 


11 6.92 


0.763 


4.29 


6 07 


5 30 


10 


09 


10 33 


278 


5 


Sun. 


4 36 8.2 


57.84 


11 25.08 


0.749 


5.29 


6 09 


5 28 


11 


00 


11 24 


279 


6 


Men. 


4 59 14.7 


57.69 


11 42.89 


0.735 


6.29 


6 10 


5 20 


11 


41 


05 


280 


7 


Tues. 


5 22 17.4 


57.53 


12 0.34 


0.719 


7.29 


6 12 


5 24 


1 


00 


1 24 


281 


8 


Wed. 


5 45 15.9 


57.34 


12 17.40 


0.702 


8.29 


6 13 


5 22 


2 


11 


2 35 


282 


9 


Thnr. 


6 8 9.8 


57.14 


12 34.05 


0.685 


9.29 


6 14 


5 20 


3 


22 


3 46 


283 


10 


Fri. 


6 30 58.8 


56.93 


12 50.27 


0.667 


10.29 


6 16 


5 18 


4 


07 


4 31 


284 


11 


Sat. 


6 53 42.5 


56.70 


13 6.05 


0.648 


11.29 


6 17 


5 17 


4 


51 


5 15 


285 


12 


Sun. 


7 16 20.5 


56.46 


13 21.36 


0.628 


12.29 


6 19 


5 14 


5 


26 


5 50 


286 


13 


Moil. 


7 38 52.5 


56,20 


13 36.18 


0.607 


13.29 


6 20 


5 13 


6 


00 


6 24 


287 


14 


Tues. 


8 1 18.2 


55.93 


13 50.49 


0.585 


14.29 


6 22 


5 11 


6 


33 


6 57 


288 


15 


Wed. 


8 23 37.355.65 


14 4.27 


0.562 


15.29 


6 23 


5 09 


7 


("Q 


7 30 


289 


16 


Thur. 


8 45 49.3,55.34 


14 17.49 


0,539 


16.29 


6 24 


5 07 


7 


40 


8 04 


290 


17 


Fri. 


9 7 53.8 


55.03 


14 30.14 


0.515 


17.29 


6 25 


5 06 


8 


13 


8 37 


291 


18 


Sat. 


9 29 50.6 


ot.70 


14 42.19 


0.489 


18.29 


6 27 


5 04 


8 


54 


9 18 


292 


19 


Su^'. 


9 51 39.3 


54.35 


14 53.03 


0.463 


19.29 


6 29 


5 02 


9 


36 


10 00 


293 


20 


Mon. 


10 13 19.5 


53.99 


15 4.43 


0.436 


20.29 


6 30 


5 00 


10 


30 


10 54 


294 


21 


Tues. 


10 34 50.8 


53.61 


15 14. 5S 


0.409 


21.29 


6 32 


4 58 


n 


24 


11 48 


295 


22 


Wed. 


10 56 12.8 


53.21 


15 24.06 


0.381 


22.29 


6 34 


4 56 





15 


39 


296 


23 


Thur. 


11 17 25.1 


52.80 


15 32.85 


0.351 


23.29 


6 35 


4 54 


1 


49 


2 13 


297 


24 


Fri. 


11 38 27.4 


52.38 


15 40.93 


0.322 


24.29 


6 37 


4 52 


3 


00 


3 24 


298 


25 


Sa,. 


11 59 19.3 


51.93 


15 48.30 


0.292 


25.29 


6 38 


4 50 


4 


10 


4 34 


299 


26 


Sun. 


12 20 0.2 


51.47 


15 54.94 


0.261 


26.29 


6 40 


4 48 


4 


56 


5 20 


300 


27 


Mon. 


12 40 29.8 


50.99 


16 0.84 


0.230 


27.29 


6 41 


4 47 


5 


44 


6 08 


301 


28 


Tues. 


13 47.7 


50.49 


16 5.98 


0.198 


28.29 


6 42 


4 46 


6 


18 


6 42 


302 


29 


Wed. 


13 20 53.4 


49.97 


16 10.36 


0.167 


29.29 


6 44 


4 44 


7 


06 


7 30 


303 


30 


Thur. 


13 40 46.5 


49.44 


16 13.98 


0.135 


0.90 


6 45 


4 42 


7 


46 


8 10 


304 


31 


Fri. 


14 26.6 


48.89 


16 16.83 


0.103 


1.90 


6 47 


4 40 


8 


26 


8 50 



Meteorological Register for the Month of October, 1912. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.390; Lowest, 29.090; Mean, 29.740; Thermometer— Highest, 
67.0; Lowest, 38.0 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 51.17 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 37.1(1 ; Mean 
Temperature, 44.14 ; Rainfall (inches), 3.4S ; PreYailing Winds, >', F,. — S. W. — N, W. 



u 



Calendar. 



NOVSMBBR, 1913. 



Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter — Sth day, 3h. 3in., p.m. 
Full Moon — ISthday, 7h. 40in., p.m. 



Last Quarter — 21st day, 4h. 2flin., ».ni. 
New Moon — 27tli day, lOh. 10m., p.m. 



llTH Month. 
30 Days. 



Appabent Noo.v at Greenwich. 



St. Jobn'«. 



,4 


1 










O 




S 


^ 






o 


O 


>. 


i-t 






O 


Q 



305 

306 

307 

308 

309 

310 

311 

312 

313 

314 

315 

316 

31 

318 

319 

320 

321 

322 

3i3 

324 

325 

326 

327 

328 

329 

330 

331 

332 

333 

334 



IjSat. 

2;suN. 

3 Mon. 



Tues. 
Wed. 
Thiir. 
Fri. 

Sat. 

SlTN. 

lOjMou. 
11 Tuea. 
121 Wed. 
ISTliur. 
UjFii. 
15|Sat. 
16,Sux. 
17 Mon. 
ISiTues. 
19 j Wed. 
20Thur. 
2l!Fri. 
22 1 Sat. 
23'Sux. 
24 Mon. 
25, Tues. 
26; Wed. 
27|Tiiur. 
28. Fri. 
29|Sat. 
30;SrN. 





1 


Sun's Declina- 


"55 


tion. 


o-n 




n <• 




> 



■*^ « 'i ^ 



ion. 


1 




1 

i ! 




CC 


S 


CO 


Ho 

Vari 


Moon 


a 
a 
m 


B 



Hiijh Water. 



SU 19 53.1 
14 39 5.7 

14 58 4.0 

15 IS 47.6 
15 35 16.0 

15 53 23.9 

16 11 25.8 
16 29 6.4 

16 46 30.3 

17 3 37.0 
17 20 26 
17 36 57.6 

17 53 10.7 

18 9 5.2 
18 24 40.7 

18 39 56.7 
IS 51 53.0 

19 9 29.2 
19 23 44.9 
19 37 39.7 

19 51 13.2 

20 4 25.1 
20 17 15.0 
20 29 42.5 
20 41 47.2 

20 5 5 28.8 

21 4 47.0 
21 15 41.3 
21 26 11.5 
21 36 17.2 



48.31 

47.73 

47.12 

46.50 

45.86 

45. 2( 

44.53 

43.84 

43.14 

42.11 

41.68 

40.93 

40.16 

39.37 

38.57 

37.76 

36.93 

56.08 

35.22 

34.34 

33.45 

32.51 

31.61 

30.67 

29.71 

28.75 

27.76, 

26.76 

25.75 

21 72 



m. s. 



16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

14 

14 

14 

14 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

12 

12 

11 

11 



18 
2u 
20, 
20 
19 
17. 
14. 
11. 

6. 

1. 
55. 
48. 
40. 

32. 

oo 

12. 

1. 
49. 
36. 
22. 

8. 
53. 
36. 
19. 

2. 
43. 
24. 

4. 
43. 
22 



.90 
18 
67 
37 
.26 
34 
61 
06 
68 
46 
41 
52 
78 
20 
77 
49 
36 
38 
55 
88 



0.070 
0.037 
0.004 
0.029 
0.063 
0.097 
0.131 
0.165 



! '^• 


a 


fn. 


2.90 


6 


48 


3.90 


6 


50 


4.90 


6 


52 


5.90 


6 


53 


6.90 


6 


55 


7.90 


6 


57 



8.90: 
9.90 



6 58 



0.200 10.90 
0.235 11.90 



0.270 

0.305 

0.340 

0.375 

0.411 

446 

0.481 

0.517 

0.552 

0.587 

38 0.622 

04 0.656 

89 0.690 

93 0.723 

18,0.756 

66^0.787 

390. 818 

33;0.848 

67i0.877 

27:0.905 



12.90 
13.90{ 
14.90 
15.90 
16.90 
17.90 
18.90 
19.90 
20.90: 
21.90 
22.90 
23.90 
24.90 
25.90' 
26.90 
27.90 
28.90 
0.43 
1.43 
2.43 



00 
01 

02 
04 

05 
06 
08 
09 
11 
7 13 
7 14 
7 16! 
17 



i 
4 



19, 

20: 

22^ 

23 

24 

25 

27, 

28 

30 

3l' 



a. 
391 9 
37| 9 
35 10 
3411 
32 
30 
29 
28 j 
27^ 

26: 

24l 
231 



m. 

10 
56 



/. m. 
9 34 

10 20 



22 
21' 7 
20 8 
19' 8 
17 9 
16 10 
15 11 
14 11 



13: 
12' 
11 

10: 

10. 

09 
08 
08 
07 
06' 



48jll 12 

44! 

24I 48 

30; 1 54 

27) 2 51 

24: 3 48 

07! 4 31 

49| 5 13 

28| 6 62 

06 

43 

20 

01 

43 

29 

16 

05 

48 

04 

18 

34 

26 

18 

00 

06 

30 

12 

52 



6 30 

7 07 

7 44 

8 25 

9 07 
9 53 

10 40 

11 29 

12 

1 28 

2 42 

3 58 

4 50 

5 42 

6 24 

7 30 

7 54 

8 36 

9 16 



Meteoroloffical Ksg-ister for the Month of November, 1912. 



^;;mMmB£iBmiM§i?=f^'^^ 



Ualendar. 



15 



DECEMBER, 1913. 



Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter — 5tli day, Uh 28m., a.m. 
Full Moon —13th rlay, lUi. 29ni., n.iii. 



Last Quarter —20th ilay. Oh. 45m., )i. in. 
New Moon —27th day, llh. 28m., a.m. 



12th Month. 
31 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. John's. 


o 


i 

o 


a) 
o 


Sr.ir.s Declina- ^'-S 
tion. o'E 

>3j es 


o 

ii 




a5 
to 

< 

■I 
o 


S 

a 




High Water. 






a i 


1 > 




'^> 


o 

i ^ 


i 


& 














VI- s. 


S. 


d. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


a, m. 


p. m. 


335 


1 


Mon. 


S2i 4.5 .58. 1 


2:s.68 


11 0.21 


0.932 


3.43 


7 33 


4 05 


9 40 


10 04 


336 


^; 


Tues. 


21 55 14.0 


22.63 


10 .37.51 


0.959 


4.43 


7 34 


4 05 


10 20 


10 44 


837 


3 


Wed. 


22 4 4.5 


21.57 


10 14.19 


0.984 


5.43 


7 35 


4 05 


11 04 


11 28 


338 


4 


Thur. 


22 12 29.4 


20.. 50 


9 50.29 


1.008 


6.43 


7 36 


4 04 


11 50 




339 


5 


Fri. 


22 20 28.4 


19.41 


9 25.82 


1.031 


7.43 


7 37 


4 04 


14 


38 


340 


6 


Sat. 


22 28 1.3 


18.32 9 0.81 


1.053 


8.43 


7 38 


4 04 


1 11 


1 35 


341 


7 


Sun. 


22 35 7 9 


17.22 8 35.29 


1.074 


9.43 


7 39 


4 04 


2 12 


2 36 


342 


8 


Mon. 


22 41 48.0 


16.11 8 9.28 


1.093 


10.43 


7 40 


4 04 


3 07 


3 31 


343 


9 


Tues. 


22 48 1.3 


14.99 7 42.81 


1112 


11.43 


7 41 


4 04 


4 01 


4 25 


344 


10 


Wed. 


22 53 47.7 


13.87 7 15.90 


1.130 


1243 


7 42 


4 03 


4 48 


5 12 


343 


11 


Thiu'. 


22 59 0.9 


12.73 6 48.58 


1.146 


1343 


7 43 


4 03 


5 33 


5 57 


346 


12 


Fii. 


23 3 58.9 


11.60 6 20.88 


1.102 


1443 


7 44 


4 03 


6 18 


6 42 


347 


13 


Sat. 


23 8 23.5 


10.45 5 52.821.176 


15.43 


7 45 


4 03 


7 04 


7 28 


348 


14 


Sun. 


23 12 20.5 


9..30; 5 24.431 189 


16.43 


7 46 


4 03 


7 44 


8 08 


349 


15 


Mon. 


23 15 49.8 


8.14; 4 55.751.201 


1743 


7 47 


4 03 


8 25 


8 49 


350 


16 


Tues. 


23 18 51.2 


6.98 4 20.791.212 


18.43 


7 48 


4 03 


9 06 


9 30 


351 


17 


Wed. 


23 21 24.7 


5.81 


3 57.581.222 


19.43 


7 49 


4 03 


9 45 


10 09 


352 


18 


Thur. 


23 23 30.2 


4.64 


3 28.151.230 


20.43 


7 50 


4 03 


10 31 


10 55 


353 


19 


Fri. 


23 25 7.6 


3.47 


2 58.54 


12.37 


21.43 


7 50 


4 04 


11 18 


11 42 


354 


20 Sat. 


23 26 16.8 


2.29 


2 28.77 


1.243 


22.43 


7 51 


4 04 


38 


1 02 


355 


21 Sun. 


23 26 57.7 


1.12 


1 58.88 


1.247 


23.43 


7 52 


4 04 


1 18 


1 42 


356 


22 Mon. 


23 27 10.4 


0.06 


1 28.91 


1.250 


24.43 


7 52 


4 05 


2 40 


3 04 


357 


23 Tues. 


23 26 54.7 


1.25 


58.89 


1.251 


25.43 


7 52 


4 05 


3 53 


4 17 


358 


24 Wed. 
25TImr. 


23 26 10.6 
23 24 58.2 


2.43 
3.61 


28.85 


1.251 
1.249 


26.43 
27.43 


7 52 
7 52 


4 06 
4 07 


4 48 

5 36 


5 12 


359 


1.16 


6 00 


360 


26Fri. 


23 23 17.5 


4.79 


31.11 


1.246 


2843 


7 53 


4 08 


6 16 


6 40 


361 


27Stit. 


23 21 8.5 


5.96 


1 0.95 


1.240 


29.43 


7 53 


4 09 


7 06 


7 30 


362 


28 Sun. 


23 18 31.3 


7.14 


1 30.65 1.2.S4 


0.88 


7 53 


4 10 


7 52 


8 16 


363 


29 


Mon. 


23 15 26.0 


8.31 


2 0.17 1226 


1.88 


7 53 


4 11 


8 28 


8 52 


364 


30 


Tues. 


23 11 .52.6 


9.47 


2 29.48 1.216 


2 88 


7 54 


4 11 


9 04 


9 28 


365 


31 


Wed. 


23 7 51.3 


10.63 


2 .58.53 1.204 


3 88 


7 54 


4 12 


9 40 


10 04 



. Equation of Time to be subtracted from Apparent Time to the 24th, and added the re- 
mainder of the month. 



Meteorological Keg:iBter for the Month of December, 1912. 



Barometer — Highe.st' 30.260 ; i.Lowest, 28.710; Mean, 29.485. Thermometer — Highest, 
47.0 ; Lowest, 8.0! Mean Max. Temperature, 34.6 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 22.2 ; Mean 
Temperature, 28.8; Rainfall (inches), 5.03 ; Prevailing Winds, N, W. — N. 



16 The Royal Family.— The British Ministry. 



His Majesty Gkorqk V., R. L, by the Grace of God, of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of all tlie British Dominions 
beyond the Seas, King, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India, horn 
June 3rd, 1865 ; succeeded to the Throne May 6th, 1910 ; married Jnly 6th, 
1893, to Princess Victoria Mary of Teck {horn May 26th, 1867). His 
Majesty's children — 

1. H. R. H. Edward, Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall and York, 
&c., &c. ; horn June 23, 1894. 

2. H. R. H. Prince Albert, horn December 14th, 1895. 

3. H. R. H. Princess Victoria Alexandra, horn April 25th, 1897. 

4. H. R. H. Prince Henry William, horn March 31st, 1900. 

5. H. R. H. Piince George, horn December 20th, 1902. 

6. H. R. H. Prince John, born July 12lli, 1905. 



Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury — Mr. H. H. Ai-quith, K.C. 

Chancellor of the Exchequer — Mr. David Lloyd George. 

Secretary of State for Home Affairs — Mr. Reginald McKenna, K.C. 

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs — Sir Edward Grey, Bt. 

Secretary of State for JFar — Viscount Haldaue, K.C. 

Secretary of State for India — The Mar<[ues3 of Crewe, K.G. 

Lord High Chancellor — Lord Lorebuin, G. C. M. G. 

Secretary of State for the Colonies — Mr. Lewis V. Harconrt. 

First Lord of the Admiralty — Mr. Winston Spencer Churchill. 

President of the Board of Trade — Mr. Sydney Buxton. 

President of the Local Government Board — Mr. John Burn?. 

Secretary for Scotland — Lord Pentland. 

President Board of Agriculture— Mr. Walter Ruiic'iiiau. 

Postmaster-General— Mr. Herbert Samuel. 

Chief Secretary for Ireland— Mr. Augustine Biriell, K.C. 

Lord President of the Coi^iciZ— Viscount Morley of Blackbuiu. 

Lord Privy Seal — Earl Carrington, K.G. 

President Board of Education— Mr. Joseph A. Pease. 

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster— Mr. C. E. H. Hobliou>e. 

First Commissioner of IForks—E&rl Beauchamp, K.C.M.G. 

[Not in the Cabinet.] 

Permanent Under Secretary of State for the Colonies— Sir John Andsrson, 

G.C.M.G. 
Parliamentary Under Secretary for the Colonies— Lord Emmott. 



Executive Council — The Legislature 



ir 



COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Population (with Labpadop), Census, 1911, 242,619. 
Capital— St. John's, Population, 32,292. 

Cfovemor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the Island and its Dependencies : 
Sir Ralph Champneys Williams, K.C.M.G. 

Private Secretary — T. C. Fitzherbert. 

Aide-de-Camp — Capt. F. H. Gale. 

Hon. Aide-de-Camp — Alan Goodridge, Esq. 

Confidential Clerk — George R. Cake. 

Orderlies — James Caiter ; P. McDermot ; W. Long. 



€jcfcutibe Council. 

Eight Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, Kt., P.O., K.C., Ll.D., Premier. 
Hon. Donald Morison, K.C., Minister of Justice. 

" Robert Watson, Colonial Secretary. 

" M. P. Cashin, Minister of Finance and Customs. 

" Sydney D. Blandford, Minister of Agriculture and AIlucs. 

" Charles H. Emerson, K.C., "i 

" Robert K. Bishop, 

" John C. Crosbie, 

" Michael P. Gibbs, 

Clerk to the Council — Hon. Robert Watson. 

[The above form the Executive Council.] 

Departmental Officers not in Council. 
William Woodford, Minister of Public Works. 
Archibald W. Piccott, Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 



Without Portfolio. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 



The Hon. John Harris, Pres. 

" Sir E. D. Shea, Kt. 

" James McLoughlan. 

" James Angel. 

" Dr. George Skelton, 

" George Knowling. 

" James Baird, 

" Edgar R. Bowring, 

" John B. Ayre, 

" James S. Pitts, C.M.G., 



The Hon. R. K. Bishop, 

" J. D. Ryan, 

" J. Anderson, 

" J. Harvey, 

" S. Milley, 

" M. P. Gibbs, 

" Wm. Carson Job, 

" John Alex. Robinson, 

'• Marmadnke Geo. Winter, 

" P. T. McGrath. 



officers : 

aerk— Hugh H. Carter, K.C. 

Gentleman Usher of the Black iJorf— Charles S. Pinsent. 
Official Reporters—J. A. Winter, R. W. Janes. M. Mulcahy. 
Doorkeeper— E. Morris. Assistant Doorkeeper— V. Myler. 
Messenger— GtoTge Scott. Pa^e— William Short. 
C 



18 



Hoiise of Assembly, 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Carpets, 



Spcaki 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

ELECTED JIAY StU, I909. 

Number of Districts, 18; Number of Members, 36. 
r — W. R. Warren; Chairman of Committees — E. Parsons. 



1. Bay-de-Verd — Two members. 

Population, 10,207; Voters, 2550. 

Hon. J. C. Crosbie 1 145 

J. Whitcway U26 

^. ^"^ 10^4 

C. Steer 1035 

Votes jioUed, 2192. 

8. IJoniivistit— Tliree inenibor.s. 
Population, 22,893; Voters, 5842. 

Hon. S. D. Blandfonl 3158 

W. C. Winsor 3133 

Hon. D. Morison, K.C 3076 

y. B. Giles 652 

A . Janes 636 

A. J. Herder 

Votes polled, 3840. 



7. Fogo — One member. 
Population, 8257; Voters, 2089. 

II. J. Earle 861 

//. F. Fitzgerald 845 

Votes polled, 1706. 

8. Fortiiiie Bay — One member. 

^Population, 9991; Voters, 2373. 

Hon. C, H. Emerson, K.C. . . 731 

W. F. Lloyd, D.C.L 608 

Votes polled, 1339. 



9. Harbor Grace— Three members. 
Population, 11,926; Voters, 3074. 

A. W. Piccott 1444 

615 j A. H. Seymour 1404 

E. Parsous 1403 



3. Burgeo & La Poile— One member. 
Population, 7793; Voters, 1856. 

-R. Moulton S2I 

J. A . IF. McNeily 467 

Votes polled, 12SS. 



4. Burin — Two members. 
Population, 11,624; Voters, 2558. 



H. Gear 



795 



3i;. H. Davey 782 

y- A. Robinson ng i 

T. Le Feuvre yy^ 

Votes polied, 1658. 

6. Carbonear— One rnsmber. 
Population, 51 14; Voters, 1406. 

J. R. Goodison 5q, 

y. G. Haddock '.'.'.'.\\ 559 

Votes polled, 1162. 

6. Ferryland— Two members. 
Population, 5800; Voters, 1553. 

Hon M. P. Cashin 3551 

P.F.Moore go2 

C F. Power gjy 

M, E. Condon "" ,-y 

Votes polled, 1442." " 



y. Parsons i i 

A. Barnes 2 2 10 

E. Dawe , i lor 

Votes polled, 2651, 

10. Harbor Main— Two members. 
Population, 9471; Voters, 2550. 

W.Woodford iii8 

J. J. Murphy 1065 

y. Lewis 949 

y. y. St. yohn 908 

Votes polled, 2054. 

11. Placentia * St. Mary's— Three 
members. 

Population, 16,099; Voters, 3983. 

R. J. Devereux 1791 

W. R. Howley, K.C 1764 

F. J. Morris, K.C 1743 

E. M. yackmati 1593 

yl/. .5". Sullivan 1528 

7- F>a.iis 1461 

Votes polled, 3326. 

12. Port-de-Grave— One member. 

Population, 6988; Voter.";, 1920. 

W.R. Warren. K.C 789 

.5-. Bartlett 'Z 

Voles polled, 1554."" 



House of Assemhly. 



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Linoleums and Floor Canvas. 



13. St. Barbe — One member. 
Population, 10,481; Voters, 2351. 

W. M. Clapp 91 1 

_H. Y. Mott 790 

Votes polled, 1701. 

14. St. George — One member. 
Population, 11,862; Voters, 2637. 

J. F. Downey 1 160 

^ G. Carty 751 

Votes polled, 191 1. 

15. St. John's East — Three members. 
Population, 25,143; Voters, 5193. 

J. M. Kent, B.A., K.C 2595 

" Geo. Shea 247 1 

y. Dwyer 2457 

. M. P. Gibbs, K.C 1979 

F. McNamara 1 74 1 

_M. A._^Devine 1702 

Votes polled, 4386. 

16. St. Jolin's West — Three members. 
Population, 20,574; Voters, 4671. 

Rt.'Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, Kt., 

P.C, K.C, Ll.D 2205 

J. R. Bennett 2094 

Note.— The population given is that of the Census of 191 1. The voters 
do not include those added to the Lists on Election day. The votes polled do 
not include ballots rejected when counting. 

Note. — Burin By-Election, held on November 27th, 1911, to fill the 
vacancy caused by the death of Mr. E. H. Davey, Mr. T. Le Feuvre was 
returned unopposed. 

House of Assembly, 1909. 



M. J. Kennedy 1995 

W. J. Ellis 1858 

H. E. Cowan 1 762 

J. P. Scott 1663 

Votes polled, 3920. 

17. Trinity — Three members. 
Population, 22,092; Voters, 5269. 

R. A. Squires 2182 

Hon. K. Watson 2176 

E. I'. Grant 2104 

G. W. Giiskue 2082 

A. IV. Miller 2014 

G. W. B, Ayre, Ll.B 1905 

Votes polled, 4384. 

18. TwiUingate — Three members. 

Population, 22,712; Voters, 5164. 

Rt. Hon. Sir R. Bond, P.C, 

K.C.M.G., Ll.D 2621 

J. A. Clift, K.C 2592 

G. Roberts 2498 

A . C. Goodridge 1297 

J. Milley 1204 

S. JVoodj 1 090 

Votes polled, 3870. 



(Alphabetically arranged, giving the 

Member is 

I— *Bennett, J. R., St. John's West. 
2— *Blandford, Hon. S. D., Bona- 

vista. 
3_*Bond, Rt. Hon. Sir R., P.C, 

K.CM.G , TwiUingate. 
4 — *Cashin, Hon. M. P., Ferryland. 
5— *Clapp, W. M., St. Barbe. 
6— *Clift, J. A., K.C, T'uiilingate. 
7 — Crosbie, Hon. J. C, Bay-de- 
Verde. 
8 — Devereux, R. J., Placcntia &" St. 
Mary s. 
[9 — *Downey, J. F., St. George. 
10 — *Dwyer, J., St. John' s East. 
II — *Earle, H. J., Fogo. 



name of the District for which each 
returned). 

12 — *Emerson, Hon. C. H., K.C, For- 
tune Bay. 

13 — *Gear, H., Burin 

14 — Goodison, J. R., Carbonear. 

15 — Grant, E. G., Trinity. 

i6_Howley, W. R., K.C, Placentia 
and St. Mary' s. 

17— *Kennedy, M. J., St. John's West. 

18— *Kent, J. M., B.A., K.C, St. 
John' s East. 

19 — Lc Feuvre, T., Burin. 

20 — Moore, P. F., Ferryland. 

21 — *Morison, Hon. 1)., K.C, Bona- 
vista. 



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22— *Moiris, Rt. Hon. Sir E. P., Kt., 
V.V,., K.C., St. John's West. 

23 — Morris, F., K.C., Placentia and 
St. Alary' s, 

24--*Moulton, R., Burgeo and 
La Poile. 

25 — *Murphy, J. J., Harbor Main. 

26 — * Parsons, E., Harbor Grace. 

27 — *Piccott, A. W., Harbor Grace. 



28 — *Roberts, G., Tivillingate 
29— * Shea, G., St. John's East. 
30 — Squires, R. A., Trinity. 
31 — *\Varren, W. R., K.C., Port-de- 

Grave. 
32 — *Watson, Hon. R., Trinity. 
33 — *Wiusor, \V. C, Bonavista. 
34 — *\Vhiteviay, J., Bay-de-Verde. 
35— •Woodford, \V., Harbor Main. 



A Representative Assembly was first granted to this Colony in 1832, under the Governor- 
Bhip of Sir Thomas Cochrane. By the Constitution nine Districts were established, return- 
ing lifteen members, who were to hold their seats during Her Majesty's pleasure. In ls3S the 
members of the Assembly were elected for four years, and this term has been adhered to since- 
that date. In 1854, upon the granting of Eesponsible Government, the number of members 
was increased, at the instance of the Imperial Government, to thirty. In 1874 the member- 
ship was further increased to tliirty-one, by the addition of one member to the number of those 
representing the District of Twillingate and Fogo. In 1882 the number of members was in- 
creased to thirty-three, by the erection of St. George and St. Barbe into Districts with one- 
member each. In 1885, after the publication of ths Census of 1884, a partial re-distribution 
took place. The District of Twillingate and Kogo «as divided, Twillingate retaining three- 
members, Fogo was given one. liay-de-Verde, to which was added part of the then District of 
Tnnity, was allowed an additional member, a.s wa.s also Harbor Grace. These alterations in- 
creased the number of members to thirty-six. 

* Were members of the last House of Assembly. 

Officers of the House of Assembly. 
ClerU—^. Y. Mott. 
Assistant Clerk. — P. K. Devine. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — M. J. Hawker. 
Supervisor of Debates- -John S. Currie. 

Official Reporters—B,. T. McGrath, L. E. Emerson, F. J. Summer?.. 
Mulcahy, C. E. Hunt, B. Diinfield. 
Speaker's Attendcnit — Wm. Aspel. 

DoorA-e«^«ra— N. Callahan, W. Thorn, M. McDonald, A. Whitten,. 
J. Ryan, G. Perry, G. Jackman. 

Messengers S. McBay, M. Nolan, R. Avery. 
Pages— E. Chafe, William J. Griffin. 

Officers of the Legislature, &c. 
Laio Clerk—M. W. Furlong. K.C. 
Librarian — Hiss Moriis. 
Engrossing CVerA;— Mrs. Earle. 
Keeper Legislative jBiu'Mt'jiy— Mrs. Ryall. 
Fireman Legislative Building—J-Aams Parrell. 



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OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER and AUDITOR GENERAL. 

OFFICE : DEPARTMENTAL BDILDING. 

The Comptroller a7id Auditor General ~F. C BertedU JP 
Clerk and Assistant Auditor-W. L. Dounellv 
hecond Clerk — E. M. White. 
Assistant Clerk — F. C. Brien. 
Typist and Messenger~J. Luscombe, 



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Dress Goods and Accessories. 



OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER. 

Court House Building~{Water Street Entrance). 

Office Hours 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

Pri'TM AftHMfer— Right Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, P.O., Kt., K.C., Ll.D. 

Secretary 

Clerk and Stenographer— -Win. J. Carew. 
Messenger — Geo. Brocklehurst. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. 

office: court house building — (water street entrance). 
Office Hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

Colonial Secretary— Hon. R. Watson. 
Deputy Colonial Secretary — Arthur Mewe. 
First Clerk — Fred. M. Stirling. 
Second Clerk— ThomSiS F. Butt. 
Third C/erfc— Paul A. Winter. 
Typewriter and Stenographer- 



Assistant Typewriter and Stenographer — Mis.s D. Jenkins. 
Messengers — Charles Brocklehurst, Frank Brocklehurst. 

Government Engineer. 

■Government Engineer—"^. A. Hall, B.A., B.E., M. Inst. C.E, 
<Jlerk—C. B. Dicks. 
Typist— Eric Chafe. 
Inspector — C. Petrie. 

Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths, 

Registrar -General—'Edw^Td Doyle. 

67€r/c^Thomaa Murphy. 

Registering Officers— The Clergymen of the several Denominations. 

Registrar Royal Naval Reserve. 
A. C. Goodridge. 

Inspectors of Weights and Measuies. 

Chief Inspector, M. J. O'Mara— Office : Colonial Building, St. John's. 
JjOcJc's Cove to Englee (both inclu- 1 Little Bay, inc., to Leading Tickle?^ 

sive) — Benj. Carey. exclusive~M. Sutton. 

Canada Harbor to Partridge Point {Exploits. — John Bennett. 

(both inclusii)e)—E.. T. Robinson. Twillingate—Wm. Peyton 
Fleur-de-Lys to LaScie (both inclu "-■-'■—'- f^^-"- •>- »-r.-77...i 

sive) — M. A. Toms. 
.Shoe Cove, inclusive, to Little Bay, 

exclusive — R. Batstone. 
Jjittle Bay, exclusive, to Little Bay 

Islands, inclusive — Robt. Stone. 



Bishop's Falls to Millertown (both in- 
clusive), along the line of railway — 
Constable W. Martin. 

Herring Neck — Arthur Smart. 

Fogo and adjacent Islands — 
T. Lucas. 



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Cat Harbour to Horweod— South Side 
— (both inclusive) — Aubrey Wellon 
(Ladle Cove.) 
Wesleyville (ivith jurisdiction from 
Safe Harbor, incL, to Cape Freeh 
— Walter Nooeworth}'. 
Gremspond (with jurisdiction Jrom 
Safe Harbor, exclusive, to Goose- 
berry Islands, exclusive— 'Natht.mel 
Saunders. 
Happi/ Adventure to Gooseberry Is- 

lands—'Vfin. Turner. 
Tickle Cove to Sweet Bay— i^coh 

Quinton. 
Jamestown to Charlottelou-n—.]n» 

Oldford. 
King's Cove to Keels -Thof,. Curtis, 

(of Henry). 
Bonavista—liohi.'rt Rvder. 
Catalina — Aaron Hugiien. 
Trinity— 'Ernest Morris. 
bonaventure, British Harbo, u,iu' 

mci?u<j/— Leander Gardner. 
Smith Sound and Ro.ndom Sound— 
Win. Smith. 

Chance Cove to Green's Harbor 

Charles Pollett. 
Witless Bay to Heart's Dtsire- 

Albert E. Reid. 
Heart's Content to Winterton- 

C. Gaden Rendell. 
Hani's Harbor to Lead Cove- 
Arch. Targett. 
Caplin Cove to Bay-de-Verde (both in- 
clusive), via Old Perlican and 
Grates Co2j#— Thomas Sutton, 
of R. 

Bay. de- Verde to Loiuer Island Cove 

— John Johnson. 
Western Bay to Adam's Cove (both iji- 

cdimw,)— Reuben King 
Blackhead to Freshwater, (both inclus- 

*i'«)~Wm. Baggs. 
Corbonear—Cha^s. S. McCarthy 
Harbor Grace— Cornelius Griffin 
Spaniard's Bay, Tilton and Upper 

Island Cotie— Jacob Neil. 



Bay Roberts — Thomas Calpin. 
Port-de-Grave and Bareneed, and 
Clarke's Beach to Hibb's Hole, 
inclusive — J. T. Andrews. 

Wliitboui ne 

Brigus to South Eiver — W. Andrews. 
Harbor Main—Geo. Murphy. 
Bell Island — Richard Costigan. 
St. John's— M. J. O'lMara. 
Ferryland — Wm. Johnson. 
Cape Race to St. Shott's, inclusive — 
Daniel J. Pennell. 

.^?. Mary's 

Riverhead, St. Mary's (exc), to Coli- 

net (inchisive) — Jos. Norri.';, Sr. 
Barrisway to Beckford—W. Young. 
Placentia and Branch — John 

Ilandrick. 
Harbor Buffett and adjacent Islands 

— W. Warehani. 
Burin— Wm. Penney. 
St. Laurence — Bernard Murray. 
Laivn to Lord's Cove— Jos. Manning. 
Fortu7ie—'H.eury J. Haddon. 
Grand Bank— Thos. Stood ley. 
Garnish to Boxey — Levi T. Cluett. 
Harbor Briton— Benj. Chapman. 
Burgeo East— John kare. 
Pass Islarid to Cape La Hicne — 

Samuel P. Camp. 
Buegeo to Isle-aux-Morts—Jmues 

LeMoine. 
Isle-aux- Marts to Cape Ray— 

M. Bragg. 
Cajie Ray to Codroy, inclusive— 

James Collier. 
Cape Anguille to Serpentine Brook 

George Goodland. 
Bay of Islands— Henry Long. 
Bonne Bay— John C. Squires. 
Port Saunders, exclusive, to Eddie's 
Cove, inclusive— N . Taylor (For- 
rester's Point). 
Fleur-de-Lys to La Scie—A. White. - 
Labrador (except Hamilton Inlet]— 

Constable Alex. Dwyer. 
Hamilton Inlet— W. Green 



Keeper of Observatory. 
Miss Delaney. 



Government Offices. 



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Colonial Secretary's Department—Sub Department of Public Charities. 

office: BRITISH hall. Hours ... 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Commistioner— R. H. O'Dwyfr. 
Inspector and Accountant — W. S. Dunphy. 
Cashier — Edward Rawlins. 
Bookkeeper — W. J. Kenny. 

Relieving Officers in Outports. 



Kelligrews - F. Furneaux. 
Harbor Main — Edwd. Murray, J, P. 
Conception Harbor — J as. Mahoney. 
Brigus — John Rabbitts. 
Port-de- Grave — Samuel Dawe. 
North River— R. Kehoe. 
Bay Roberts — John Marshall. 
Spaniard's Bay — E.sau Qosso. 
Harbor Grace— Alei.. Squires. 
Carbonear — Patrick Joy. 
Freshwater — John Clarke. 
Broad Cove — Peter LeGrow. 
Western Bcey — Wm. Kennedy. 
Lower Idand Cove — Wm. Garland. 
Gull Island — Patrick Doyle. 
Bay-de-Verde — James Blundon. 
Grate's Core -Hezekiah Snelgrove. 
Old Perlican— Joseph March. 
Hant's Harbor — Samuel Adey. 
Heart's Content— G. E. Charlton. 
Neiv Harbor — C. Woodman. 
Britannia Cove — John Leawood. 
Trinity— Q. R. Lilly, j.p. 
Fox Harbor — John Vey. 
Gatalitia — John Collins. 
Elliston — Benjamin Baker. 
Bonavista— J ohn Roper, j.p. 
King's Cove — Rev. S. A. Dr.wson. 
0pm Hall— J. E. Long. 
James' Cove — George Haines. 
Salvage— K. Burden. 
St. Brendan's — Francis Hogan. 
Wesleyville — W. Wicks. 
Greenspond- I. J, Mittlin. j.p. 
MusgrtLve Harbor — J. B. Wheeler. 
Fogo — A. J. Fitzgerald. 
Twillingate — J. White. 
Grand and Bishop's Falls — H. F. 
Fitzgerald, j.p. 



Exploits— Qeorge Lilly. 

Little Bay—T. E. Wells, j.p. 

La Scie — D. P. Duggan, J p. 

Western Cove—Q. H. Pearce, J.P. 

Conche — B. Carey. 

St. Anthony — J. H. Biles. 

Labrador — Josiah Gusse. 

Blanc Sablon — John Butt. 

Flower s Cove — F. G. Cox. 

Bonne Bay — John E. Roberts. 

Bay of Islands — A. McEchren. 

St. George's Bay — R. McDonnel, j.p, 

Channel — R. T. Squarey, j.p. 

Rose Blanche — R. Furneaux. 

La Poile—0. F. Read. 

Burgeo — G. K. White. 

Rencontre West—Ja>s. Wormold. 

Fushthrough — Samuel Camp. 

Harbor Briton — C. Way, j.p. 

Ship Cove — R. McDonald. 

St. Jacques — H. R. Clinton. 

Grand Bank — George Bell. 

Fortune — Robert Snook. 

Lamaline — Patrick Healy. 

St. Lawrence — Emmanuel Pike. 

Burin — S. Avery, J.p. 

Morticr Bay — John Walsh. 

Flat Island — Louis Chollet. 

Oderin — C. Bailey. 

St. Leonard's — Thos. Leonard. 

Har. Buffett—W. McK. Chambers. 

Placentia — J. O'Reilly, j.p. 

St. Mary's — John Nowlan. 

Trepassey — L. J. Giovannetti, 

M.D., J.P. 
Ferryland— Alfred White. 
Tan-'s Cove— Wm. J. O'Driscoll. 
Whittle's Bay- Louis MullowDey, 



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AYRE & SONS. LTD., Agents jbr Pianola 



District Surgeons. 

Flaceniia—V>x. N. McKendrick. 



Dr. H. H. Cowperthwaite. 
S>i. John's East—'Dr. T. M. Mitchell, 



Dr. J. S. P. Knight. ^ ^Vn I ^<^^<^^^^^- 

Channell-Dr.W.Qr&nt. 

Lunatic Asylum. 

Etsidtnt Pkysician-T)T. J. G. Duncan. ^,,. . r., Keecan • 

Commissioners under Lunacy Ad-Hon. Dr. Skelton ; Dr. Keegan , 

C. H. Hutchings, K.C. 
Matron — Miss F. Field. 
adef Attendant (Malts)— ^. Butler. 
Steward and Clerk— 'M. Holden. 
Engineer — M. Maddigan. 

General Hospital, 

Resident Physician— T)t. L. E. Keegan. 

Consultinc, Fhy»ician—Dr. N. S. Fraser. „ „ ^ ^, .^ 

Assistant Physicians-Dr. T. Anderson, Dr. H. H. Cowperthwaite. 

Nursi7iy Superintendent— Miss M. Southcott. 

Assistant Nursing Superintetident-'Miha Bowden. 

Matron — Miss N. Powell. 

X-Ray Operator and Anaesthetist— Miss Cullian. 

Night Superintendent— liim Redmond. 

Housekeeper Nurses Home—Uiss Cashin. 

Engineer — Wm. Moore. 

Poor Asylum. 

Superintendent— WiWiSim. H. Prideaux ; Matron—Mrs. Down. 
Fhysician—Dr. J. G. Duncan. 

Medical Health Officers. 

St. John's— Medical Health Officer— Dr. R. A. Brehm. 

" — Inspector — William O'Brien. 

" —Clerks— Eli Whiteway, and R. M. Andrews. 

" — Inspector of Meats — Wm. Cook. 
Harbor Grace- -Dr. W. H. Parsons. 
Carbonear^Dr. A. Boyle. 
Trinity— Dr. R. White. 

Fever Hospital. 
Atte7idant Physician — Dr. Alexander Campbell. 
Matron — Miss T. Duncan. 

Lazaretto. 

Attendant Physician — Dr. A. Campbell. Matron — Mrs. Winslow. 

Twillingate Hospital. 

Keeper — Selina Roberts. 



Medical Practitioners. 



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Pianos— the World's Best Piano Player. 



MEDICAL BOARD- 

Dr. H. Rendell, Registrar and Treasurer — Appointed by St. John's Medical 

Society. 
H. Shea, President, 

N. McKendrick — Appointed by Government. 
N. S. Fraser — Appointed by St. John's Medical Society. 
J. G. Duncan, St. John's — Appointed by Conception Bay Medical Society. 
Clnny MacPherson, S/. John's — Elected by the Medical Practitioners in 

Newfoundland. 
L. S. Prichard, Bay Roberts — Elected by Medical Practitioners in Nfld. 

Medical Practitioners Registered in Newfoundland, 

Wcshyrille — Dout^ald Jamieson. 
Neiotown — John Bl'Gourley. A. H. 

Carnell. 
Musijrave Harbor— Q.. T. Whiteway. 
Herring Neck — W. G. Shepherd. 
Change Islands — A. A. Campbell and 

E. J. Eacratt. 
Botwood — C. A. Ames, G. F. Bowden, 
Twillinga/e — I. LeDrew, C. V. Smith. 
Norris' Arm — J. J. Smith, Hugh Francia 

Donahue. 
Tilt Oove—O. V. Smith. 
Birchy Cove — F. Fisher. 
Port-au-Port — Thaddeua Scott. 
Bay St. George — Donald J. Bethune. 
St. George's — R. J. MacDonald. 
Little River — W. E. McLean. 
Channell — William Grant. 
Burgeo — Fiulay McDonald, and D. P. 

Mahoney. 
Hermitage Cove — Eben. Thompson. 

F. D. Gill, and Charles Cron. 
Harbor Briton — C. T. Bowles, aad 

J. N. McDonald. 

St. Jacques — C. Fitzgerald. 

Grand Bank — Allan McDonald. 

Burin — Herbert Smith, Gilbert Pryor 
Parker. 

Placentia — Neil McKendrick, and J. B. 
Lynch. 

St. Mary's— W. Hogan, J. P. 

Trcpassey — L. J. Giovannetti, J. P. 

Ferryland — R. J. Freebairn. J. P. 

Bay Bulls — H. A. Giovannetti, J.P. 

Grand Falls — H. B. Chamberlain, and 
Walter Scott. 

Millertown — A. J. Lomas. 

Bishop's Falls— 1. S. Burr. 

D. S. ilission—W. T. Grenfell, C.M.G., 
Dr. Grieve, Dr. Little, W. S. Arm- 
strong, and A. W. Wakefield, 

Okak—8. K. Hutton 



.St. John's — Thomas Anderson, R. A. 

Brehm, H. H. Cowperthwaite, Alex. 

Campbell, J. G. Duncan, Nutting 

S. Eraser, Lau. E. Keegan, J.St. P. 

Knight, Tim. M. Mitchell, Cluny 

MacPherson, Geo. Nelson Murphy, 

J. I. O'Connell, Lamont Paterson, 

Herbert Rendell, W. T. Scully, Hy. 

Shea, Fred. R. Stafford, Harry A. 

Smith, F. R. Shankel, J. Sinclair 

Tait. 
Bell Island — W. L. Carnochan, H. P. 

Gouthro. 
Manuels — Arch. A. Chisholm. 
Avondale — Wm. Edgar Jones. 
Brigui — Michael R. McDonald, and 

A. C. Tait. 
Clarke's Beach — W. E. Procunier, 
Bay iJo6er/s— Thomas C. McLeod, L. S. 

Pritchard, H. Atkinson. 
Harbor Grace — Walter A. Strapp, W. 

H. Parsons. 
Carboncar — Albert Debrisy Boyle, G.L. 

Stentaford, and E. W. Proctor. 
Broad Cove — *R. Dunn. 
Western Bay — J. A. Ferguson. 
Old Perlican—C. A. McDonald, L. N. 

Pickard. 
Hant's Harbor— ¥. W. Plewes. 
Heart's Content — Arthur Anderson. 
iVew Harbor — H. A. Abraham. 
Smith's Sound— *Wm. Tulk. 
Britannia Cove — H. A. Leslie. 
Trinity— *RoheTt White, A. E. White. 
Trinity East—C. T. Fitzgerald. 
Catalina — Alex. P. Mckay, S. E. Kean, 

*G. S. Chamberlain, A. J. Wood. 
Bonavista — Robert E. Forbes, A. C. 

Rutherford. 
King's Cove — Charles G. Levisconte. 
Salvage — John J. McDonald. 
Greenspond — W. Roberts. 
^rookfield — Alexander S. Smith. 



* Under 37th section Medical Act. 
DENTAL BOARD. 

Drs. N. IS. Fraser, J. G. Duncan, W. T. Scully, H. H. Cowperthwaite, A, 
B. Lehr, T. E. Bullard, and P. T, Smith. 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD. s^ Wear the 

lpo0t ©tficc Department. 

GENERAL POST OFFICE. 

OFFICE HOURS : 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. (Sundays excepted). 

Postmaster General - Hon. H. J. B. Woods. 

Chief Clerk «i,nd Accountant — George W. LeMessurier. 

Assistant Accountant and Cashier— Arthiir W. Martin. 

Secretary to Postmaster General— WilliAm Campbell. 

Stamp Clerk—Edvrin J. MacGregor. 

Dead Letter ClerJc—Jaiuci< Galvvay. 

Stenographer and Clerk, P. M. G.'s Office— F. Ronald Clark. 

Clerk— Thomas Banibiick. 

Money Order Office. 

Suj^erintendent— John J. McCartby. 
First Clerk—Qeorge B. Lloyd. 
Second CTerA— Charles Nicol. 
Third Clerk— Char]pB O'Keefe. 
Junior Clerk— J. W. Allan. 

Sr. JOHN'S POST OFFICE. 

Registration Branch. 
Superintendent — Edward De\ereu.v. 
Registration Clerk— Gladt-toue Burt. 
Assitant Registration CZeri— Weston March. 

Parcel Post Branch. 

Superintetidcnt— John V>' . Kinsella. 
Second C/er/c— Thomas Young. 
Third Clerk— ^Ymmm Coady. 
Assistant Clerk— G. S. Garland. 
Storekee2}er— Thomas Vavasoui'. 

Distribution Branch. 

7.30 A.M. TO 6.30 p.m. 
Clerk in Charge— John H. Clark. 
General Delivery — M. F Ayhvard 

f"';!5^n^T/''""^^f^'^-J^'^»'^^ Coughlan, James Cox. 

^i%:tSh^^X'r ''^ ^- '^^^•^^^^' ""-■ «• ^^^^"• 

Nosew^X^'^Jo'hrienL''^'^'''^'./^^^ H^'-'^°' ^^'i"-- Haynes, A. 
S. AdanrHarold Be^sor'Le^Tfnr^'l'."'""', ^ ^'^^'''' William Stamp, 

iT^ep^r-Robert WalBh °''' ^'^^'^ ^''^'^^'^°' ^^^'- Sheppard."^ 

i^ireTM^n— William Thistle. 

W^ate/ima?i— Patrick Fitzgerald. 



Poet Office Department. 27 

" Tween " Hat. If it's a " Tween," it's a Fit. 

Travelling Post Offices. 

Mail Clerk, s.s. Bruce — Isaac Evelly. 

Mail Clerk, s.s. Invevmore — James Gushue. 

Clerks Sydney Office — Arthur Shano, Gaudin Du Tot. 

Mail Clerk, Western Coastal T.P.O.— David Coady. 

Mail Clerk, Bonavista Bay — Herbert Spurrell. 

Mail Clerk, Fogo District — E. J. Wornell. 

Mail Clerk, Fortune — Onslow Brown. 

Mail Clerk, Notre Dame Bay — William Freeman. 

Mail Clerk, Trinity Bay — (jeoi'ge Field. 

Mail Clerk, Placcntia Bay — John Collins. 

Mail Glerh, Straits of Belle Isle — Jacob Poole. 

Mail Clerk, SI. Barbe, East Coast — Stephen Jeans. 

Mail Clerks, Labrador North — Geoige ISheppard. 

Mail Clerk, South Coast — John T. Dunphy. 

Mail Clerk, N. E. (7oas<— Walter Bishop. 

Raihvay Maii C'Z«?-/;.s—S. J. Bradbury, James Whitten, Patrick Hickey, 
Robert Peach, Win. Facey, Thos Grant, Walter Grosbie, Thomas Powell, 
H. J. Cashman, Charles Knight, Wm. Squires, James Joy, W. Hogarth, 
Patrick Williams, William Thistle. 

Branch Offices, St John's. 

Garrison Hill — Miss Delaney. Monkstown — Miss Spry. 

King's Bridge — Mrs. Richard Hayes. Rivcrhead — Mrs. Mealej^ 
Monday Pond Eoad — Albeit Taylor. 

rCentral — Dick's & Co. 
o, ;- , , XEast End M. 0. Office— mas BuUev, 
«. J onus Assistants.— Uisa ivleehan, Miss March. 

yDuckworth Street i?as<— Misa Coonan. 

Pillar Boxes. 

Hamilton Avenue; Railway Station, Job's Bridge; Junction of Le 
Marchant Road and Pleasant Street; Junction Patrick Street and Hamil- 
ton Street; Junction of Circular and Bannerman Roads; Junction Fresh- 
water and Penny well Roads; Foot of Long's Hill; Rawlins' Cross; Cus- 
tom House; King's Road and Gower Street; Entrance Gate, Colonial 
Building; Opposite the Court House on DuckwortJi Street; Foot of Pres- 
cott Street; Queen's Road, west of Victoria Street; Corner Brazil and 
New Gower Streets; Corner Cabot and Lime Streets; Hayward Avenue, 
corner McDougall Street. 

Regulations respecting Pillar Boxes. Delivery of Letters, &c,, St. John's 

Collector.'! will call regularly for letters at Postal Telegraph Offices in 
the Court House and Customs' 'Building, and at the Branch Offices kept 
by Miss Coonan, Duckworth Street East; Miss Bulley, Hotel Royal, Duck- 
worth Street; Mrs. Mealey, Riverhead; Miss Delaney, Garrison Hill; and 
Mrs. Richard Hayes, King's Bridge, every morning (except Sundays) at 
6 o'clock. Stamps are sold at these offices. 

Pillar Boxes, and Branch Offices at Miss Coonan's, Dicks & Co., and 
Miss Bulley 's, will be cleared every week day at 6 a.m.; also at 2 o'clock, 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Toys, 



p.m. Correspondence posted after the hours stated will be too late for 
mails to be despatehed on that day. The Box at Railway will also be 
cleared of late letters for despatch by rail (provided two cents, late fee, is 
paid) ten minute.s before starting of train. 
The city limits for the delivery of letters and papers are as follows: — 

From Signal Hill, including Batteiy Road and Walshtown, Signal 
Hill Road, round by Quidi Vidi Road to Boat House Lane; thence 
by road west of Church of England Cemetery to King's Bridge 
Office; back by Winter Avenue to Allandale Road to Pine wood 
Lane; thence by Merrymeeting Road to Pennywell Road (Hay- 
ward's Cottage) and Golf Avenue to LeMarchant Road and Cornwall 
Avenue to hea<i of Shaw's Street; Waterford Bridge Road as far as 
Syme's Bridge, an<l in the business section of the city there is an 
additional delivery at noon after arrival of morning train. 
There is a free delivery of letters and papers by Carriers throughout 
the city limits twice a day— at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.— and a delivery in busi- 
ness portion of the city at noon, when practicable. Carriers are authorised 
to collect insufficiently paid postage, and nothing further. 

The public are requested to have tlieir correspondence addressed to 
the street and number, and to notify the Postmaster General, in writing, 
of any change in residence. Box-holders should have their correspondence 
addressed to their respective numbers. 

Latk Letter Fee. 

Letters posted after the hour advised for closing mail will only be 
forwarded by mail then being despatched if the late fee (two cents) is paid. 
If late fee is not paid late letters will be held for next despatch of mail. 

Licensed Stamp Vendors. 
Atlantic Book Store, Water St.; Axford, Mrs. F., South Side East: 
Barnes & Co Water Street; Berrigan, Miss, Theatre Hill; Bulley, Miss, 
Duckworth Street ; Byrne, G., 357 Water Street; Campbell, J. W., 102 
Isew Gower St.; Cash, J. P., Water Street; Connell, Mrs^, Coonan, Miss, 
corner Duckworth and Ordance Streets; Connors, M., Druggist, corner 
Water and Queen Streets; Courtnay, H., Druggist, Water Street West; 
?S w^''-' c>^'' ?,'/^*^= ^"^>' *^- ^^ Water and Cabot Sts; Ennis, 

•Ch h' la Street West; Fitzgerald, Mrs., 20 Carter's Hill; Feildian 

« ".; F "'■ ^i/'^'P.^^"'=^' ^•' ^^"^ot Street; Fitzpatrick, John, Gower 

•Geori; Str/°^'P ;"•'." o"'^ ^°"'^' P°P*^' ^- E-, corner Waldegr^ve and 
Wate^st/ert W?'^ M ^i' ^7^ ^^^^^ ^'''''' ^'^i' ^^^ Ooodland, 

March C ' ooq""^ J^'^'i ^ ^''L ^'''''''' ^t"^^' LeMeseurier, P. F. 

■Store Rawlin-; Cm, ^M «^^^«t; Murphy, Miss K.; McMurdo's Drug 

Wa I ree : Parsons f7 k ^^^f^S^reet West; Parrell, Mr's. M. 
' St rt ; SS: 'A^sTr5\fotk?.?ri,^i.^^?,-l= P--;^- M., Fleming 



and Colonial Streets. 



I'ost Office Department. 29' 



Dolls, Games and Holiday Goods. 



POSTAL RATES. 

Inland Postage, Prepaid by Stamps. 

Letter?, per ounce or fraction thereof ... ... ... ... 2 cents 

Letters St John's (city delivery), one ounce or fraction thereof ... 1 cent 
Post Cards ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1 cent 

Newspapei?, local or foreign (printed), under 4 ozs. ... ... Free 

Newspapers or Books, local or foreign (printed), over 4 ozs. ...2c. per lb 

Parcels, first pound ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 8 cents 

Parcels, each additional pound ... ... ... ... ... 3 cents 

Circulars, per two ounces or fraction thereof ... ... ... ] cent 

[Prices current, printed circulars, hand-bills, newspaper MS., 
printer's proofsheets (whether coirected or not), maps, draw- 
ings, photographs, sheet-music (printed or written), docu- 
ments (wholly or partly printed or written, such as deede, 
policies of insurance, and of like character); jiackages of 
seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions or grafts; patterns or 
samples of goods or merchandise. Eye-glasses, microscopic 
slides and spectacles; articles of a fragile nature, must be 
sent by parcel post and not by ordinary mail]. 
Registration ... ... ... ... 3 cents 

N.B.- — Letters from any Settlement to any other Settlament are liable 
to postage of two cents per ounce, as are also written communications, 
whether the envelope covering them be open or closed. 

FRANKED LETTERS. 

The following officials only shall be permitted to send and receive 
franked letters, 0. H. M. S., viz.: — 

The Governor; the Governor's Private Secretary and Aide-de-Camp: 
the Members of the Executive Council; the Members of the House of 
As^emtlly and Legislative Council, while in Session; Secretary of Council 
of Higher Education; the Judges Supreme Couit; the Heads of Depart- 
ments; Secretary of Board of Agriculture; the Judges of the District Courts, 
St. John's and Harbor Grace; the Comptroller and Auditor-General; the 
Inspector General of Constabulary; the Postmaster General; the Govern- 
ment Engineer; the Deputy Ministers, including the Assistant Collector 
and the Commissioner of Public Charities; the Resident Physician Gene- 
ral Hospital and Lunatic Asylum; the Secretary Public Works Depart- 
ment; the Chief Clerk Post Office Department; the Chief Clerk Customs' 
Department; the Inspector of Lighthouses; the School Inspectors; the 
Registrar of Births and Mairiages; the Secretary Tuberculosis Society; 
Mail matter for pupils of School for the Blind; Secretary Newfoundland 
School Teachers' Association; Public Health Officer. 

The registration tee must in all cases, including Government Depart- 
ments, be prepaid by postage stamp, no matter to whom addressed, with 
the ona exception; that is, of letters on post and telegraph business con- 
taining remittances from postmasters on Post Office account to the Bank 
of Montreal, or to and from the Heads of the Post Office Department at 
St. John's. 



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Post Office Department. 



B^ AYAE & SONS, LTD., for 



Stipendiary Magistrates, Customs officials, Poor officers, or other Gov- 
ernment otficials not named in abo%'e list, have no authority to send lettera 
through the mails free; and unpaid letters from such, not addressed to any 
of the above Heads of Depaitments, St. John's, should be taxed double 
postage. In all cases the initials of the persons having authority to frank 
must be marked on the left hand bottom coiner of the envelope. 

FOREIGN POSTAGE TABLE. 

The rate of posta^^e on Ittters addressed to the United Kingdom, the 
United States, the Dominion of Canada, and the undermentioned British 
Possessions, is two cents an ounce or fraction of an ounce. 



Countries. 





X 






-3 




Letters 
per oz 


o 




o 


^t 




c- 





..f 



Aden 

Adin (including Perini) 

Ascencion 

*Au^tralia— Connnonwealth 

Bahama Islands 

Barbados 

Bermuda 

British Central Africa ... ... [,[ 

British East Africa 

British Guiana ... ]" 

Briti.sh Honduras 

British India ... [[ " 

British North Borneo Company's Teiritory 
(■including Colony of Labuan) 

British Postal Agencies in China, viz.:— 

Amoy, Canton, Chetoo, Foo-Cho, Han- 
kow, Hoihow, Lin-Kung-Tan ( ,Vei-Hai- 
Wei), Ningko, Shanghai, Swatow and 
lietsin 

Canada 

Cape Colony ... "' 

Ceymon Islands i." 

Ceylon ... " 

Cyprus 

*Eg}'Pt .'.'." '.'.[ 

Fanning Island 
Falkland Islands 

Fiji ... ;.■; 

Gambia 

Gibjaltar 

Gold Coast ... [[[ 

Hong Kong ... ," 



Cts. 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



Cts. 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



Cts. 



.1§ 



Cts. 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



Post Office Department. 



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Readymades and Rain Coats. 



Foreign Postage Table— (Continued). 



Countries. 





aj 




^ 


""3 




t N 


a3 


?= £ 


z^ ^ 


o 




V OJ 




!^ p. 


^ ^ 


S 




eu 








P5 



Jamaica 

Johore 

Lagos 

Leeward Islands (Antigua, St. Kitts, Nevis, 
Dominica, Montseirat and the Virgin 
Islands) ... 

Malay States (Perak, Selangor, Negri-Sembi- 
lan and Pahang 

Malta 

Mauritius 

JSatal (including Zululand) 

New Zealand (including Cook Islands, the 
Islands of Aitutkki, Nide, Mangaia and 
other British Islands within the boun- 
daries of the Colony of New Zealand) 

Nigeria (Northern) 

Nigeria (Southern) 

Orange River Colony 

Sarawak 

Seychelles 

Sierra Leone ... 

Somaliland Protectorate 

Straits Settlements 

St. Helena 

Tobago 

Transvaal 

Trinidad 

Turk's Islands 

Uganda 

Windward Islands (Grenada, St. Lucia, St, 
Vincent and the Grenadies) .. 

Zanzibar 



Cts. 


Cts. 


2 


2 


'1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 



Cts. 
1 
1 
1 



Cts. 
5 
5 
5 



5 
5 
5 
5 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 

F. 



Wedding Cake can only be sent abroad by Letter Rate or Parcel Post. 

The letter rate to all other Postal LTnion Countries, France, Spain, 
<jermany, Russia, Italy, China (except British Agencii's), Japan, &c., is 
6 cents for the first ounce or fraction thereof, and 3 cents for each addi- 
tional ounce or fraction of an ounce. 

MONEY ORDER OFFICE. 

In sending money by mail, it is always best to transmit it by Money 
Order, if possible. If sent by letter it should always be registered. Na 



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Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Local Vitw 



half-pence to be introduced into Orders 
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 



Money Orders issued and paid 

Commission on Money Orders. 

On Money Orders drawn by any Money Order Office in Newfound- 
land, Canada, or United States of America, on an)' other Money Order 
Office in the Colony, Canada, or United States of America, the commission- 
is as follows: — 

If not exceeding: $10 ... ... ... 5 cents. 

Over $10 not exceeding $20 



tl 


9;o 


11 


."HO 


<( 


40 


11 


60 


It 


60 


11 


70 


11 


80 


(1 


90 



$20 ... 


10 


11 


30 ... 


15 


11 


40 ... 


20 


11 


50 ... 


25 


11 


60 ... 


30 


11 


70 ... 


35 


It 


80 ... 


40 


11 


90 ... 


45 


(1 


luo ... 


50 


11 



No single Money Order, payable in Newfoundland, Canada, or United 
States of America, can be issued for more than $100; but as many up to- 
$100 each may be given as the remitter requires. 



On the United Kingdom, 

For sums not exceeding £2 stg. 

Over £ 2 stg., and not exceeding £ 5 stg. 



5 
6 
10 
12 
16 
17 
20 
22 
25 
27 
30 
32 
35 
37 



<i 
It 
i( 
(1 
« 



7 
10 
12 
15 
17 
20 
22 
25 
27 
30 
32 
35 
37 
40 



$0.12 
0.25 
C.37 
0.4.4 
0.61 
0.73 
0.95 
0.98 
1.10 
1.22 
1.34 
1.46 
1.58 
1.71 
1.83 
1.95 



Maximum amount of Order on United Kingdom, £40 stg.,' or $194.67 



Abraham's Cove, 

Adam's Cove, 

Argentia, 

Avondale, 

Badger, 

Baie Verte, 



List of Money Order Offices. 

Baine Harbor, Bell Island Mines, 

Bay Bulls, Belleoram, 

Bay-de- Verde, Bishop's Falls, 

Bay L Argent, Blcckhead, 

Bay Roberts, Black River, 

Bell Island, Bonavista, 



Post Office Department. 



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Post Cards and Souvenir Books. 



Bonne Bay, 

Botwoofi, 

Branch, 

Brigua, 

Brighton, 

Britannia Cove, 

British Harbor, 

Broail Cove, Bay Verde, 

Broad Cove, Renews, 

Brooklyn. 

Brownedale, 

Bunyan'8 Core, 

Burgeo. 

Buigoyne's Cove, 

Burin, 

Burin North, 

Burnt Point, 

Campbellton, 

Cape Broyle, 

Cape Ouion, 

Cape Race, 

Cape St. George, 

Carbonear, 

Carnianville, 

Cartwright, 

Catalina, 

Change Islands, 

Channel, 

Claui Bank Cove, 

Clarenville, 

Clarke* Beach, 

Coachman's Cove, 

Codrov, 

Coley's Pt, B. Roberts, 

Colliers, 

Come-by Chance, 

Conception Harbor. 

Conche, 

Cook's Harbor, 

Corner Brook, 

Country R,, B. Roberts, 

Cow Head, 

Crabbe's, 

Crabbe'e Station, 

Cupide, 

Curling, 

Deer Lake, 

Dildo, 

Dunville, 

Elliston, 



Englee, 

English Harbor, 

Epworth, 

Exploits Harbor. 

Fair Island, 

Fermeuse, 

Ferryland, 

Flat Island, B. B. 

Flat Islands, Burin, 

Flower's Cove, 

Fogo, 

Fortune. 

Fortune Harbor, 

Foster's Point, 

Fox Harbor, 

Fredericton, 

Freshwater, 

Gambo, 

Gander Bay, 

Garnish, 

Gaultois, 

Glenwood, 

Glovertown, 

Gooseberry Cove, 

Gooseberry Island, 

Goose Cove, 

Grand Bank, 

Grand Bruit, 

Grand Falls, 

Grand Lake, 

Grand Village, 

Gi etit Burin, 

Great Hr., Conaigre B., 

Greenc^pond, 

Griguet, 

Ha Ha, 

Hant's Harbor, 

Harbor Briton, 

Harbor BufFelt, 

Harbor Grace, 

Harbor Main, 

Hare Bay, 

Hatchet Cove, 

Heart's Content, 

Heart's Delight, 

Hermitage Cove, 

Herring Neck, 

Hickman's Harbor, 

Hodge's Cove, 

Horwood's 



Holyrood, 

Humbermouth, 

Indian Burying Place^ 

Jackson's Cove, 

Janiestown, 

Joe Batt's Arm, 

Kelligrewp, 

King's Bridge, 

King's Cove, 

King's Point, 

Ladle Cove, 

Lamaline, 

La Poile, 

Lark Harbor. 

La Scie, 

Laurencetown, 

Lawn, 

Leading Tickle, E. 

Leading Tickle, W. 

Lewieporte, 

Lewisport, S. 

Little Bay, 

Little Bay East, 

Little Bay Islands, 

Little River, 

Loon Bay, 

Lower Island Cove,. 

Mainland, 

Marystown, 

Middle Brook, 

Millertown, 

Millertown Junction, 

Mobile, 

Moreton's Harbor, 

Musgrave Harbour 

Mu.sgrave Town, 

New Bonaventure 

New Chelsea, 

New Harbor, 

New Melbourne, 

New Perlican, 

Newtown, 

Nipper's Harbor, 

Norman's Cove, 

Norris' Arm, 

Norris' Point, 

Northern Bay, 

Northern Bight, 

North West Arm, 

Oderin, 



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Post Office Department. 
AYRE &^ONS, LTD., the Up-to- 



Old Perlican, 
Open Hall 
Petites, 
Petty Harbor, 
Pilley's Island, 
Pike's Arm. 
Placentia, 
Point Leamington 
Pool's Cove; 
Pool's Island, 
Port-au-Choix, 
Port-au-Port. 
Port Blandford, 
Port-de-Grave, 
Port Rexton, 
Port Saunders, 
Portugal Cove. 
Pushthrough, 
Pouch Cove, 
Quirpon, 
Raniea, 

Rattling Brook, 
Ked Island, 
Rencontre, F.B. 
Rencontre, H. B. 
Renews, 
Bigolet, 
Eobinson's Head, 



Rocky Brook, S. S. 

Rose Blanche, 

Round Harbor 

St. Anthony, 

St. Brendan's, 

St. Bride's, 

St. George's. 

St. Jacques, 

St. John's East. 

St. John's, 

St. Joseph's, Salmonier, 

St. Lawrence, 

St. Mary's 

St. Vincent's, 

Salvage, 

Salvage Bay, 

Sandy Point, 

Sandy P't Smith's Sd. 

Seal Cove, B. B. 

Searstown, 

Seldom-conie-by, 

Scilly Cove, 

Shoal Harbor, 

Sound Island, 

Southern Bay, 

Spaniard's Bay, 

Springdale, 



Stephenville Crossing, 

Stone's Core. 

Sunimerside, 

Tilt Cove, 

Tilting, 

Three Arms, 

Topsail, 

Tor bay, 

Trepassey, 

Trinity, 

Trinity East, 

Twillingate, 

Upper Island Cove. 

Valleyfield, 

Victoria Cove, 

Victoria Village, 

Ward's Harbor. 

Wesleyville, 

Western Bay, 

Westport, 

WhitDourne, 

Winter Houses, 

Port au Port, 
Witless Bay, 
Wood's Island, 
York Harbor. 



Stephenville, 

General Information to the Public respecting: Money Orders. 

The Po8t{Office Department will not be liable for any order after payment 
State correctly the Christian name and Surname of the person taking 
out the Order. 

Should any alteration be made in the name of the person in whose 
favor an Order is drawn, a new Order will have to be issued and commis- 
fiion be paid thereon. 

Unpaid Money Orders are legally void at the end of one year; never- 
thelesp, if any valid reason is adduced" for delays in presentation, payment 
•will be made upon application, subject to certain conditions. 

To Postmasters. 

Obtain from the presenter of a Money Order (whether he or she be 
the right owner or not), satisfactory information as to the christian name, 
surname and address of the person by whom drawn. In the case of a firm 
the name of the firm and address will sufiBce. When the Order is presented 
through a bank, the Order, being properly ligned, must also be crossed 
vrith the banker's name. 

POSTAL ORDERS. 

Postal Orders payable in the United Kingdom for the following sums 
may be obtained at the principal Post Offices in Newfoundland, and Postal 



Post Office Department. 



35 



the-minute Store for Men's Wear. 



Orders from the United Kingdom can now be cashed at the Money Order 
Office, St. John's :— 



Amount of 
Order. 


Cost in Local Cur- 
rency, including 
Commission. 


Amount of 
Order. 


Cost in Local Cur- 
rency, including 
Commission, 


Is. Od. stg. 

1 6 

2 

2 6 

3 

3 6 

4 


#0 27 
39 
0*53 
65 

77 

90 

1 02 


43. 6 
5 
7 6 
10 
10 6 
15 
20 


11 14 
1 26 

1 87 

2 48 

2 60 

3 71 

4 93 



PARCEL POST. 

Inland. 

Parcels not exceeding eleven pound* weight may be transmitted by 
post between places within the Colony (except to and from places with 
which postal communication is maintained by couriers carrying mails on 
foot). Such parcels shall not exceed three feet six inches as the greatest 
length, or six feet in length and girth combined, the girth being measured 
round tke thickest part of the parcel. No parcel will be accepted which 
weighs more than eleven lbs., or that is not efficiently paid : the postage 
upon all parcels must in all cases be paid in advance by means of ordinary 
adhesive postage stamps. Such parcels may be registered, the fee therefor 
being three cents. 



Inland Parcel Post Rates. 

Under X ozs. 

Over 2 ozs., but not exceeding 4 ozs. 



4 


(( 


6 


6 


(1 


8 


8 


« 


10 


10 


K 


12 


12 
14 


(1 

" lib. 


14 


1 


" 2lb8. 




2 lbs 


"3 " 




3 " 


<( 4 (( 




4 " 


•' 5 " 




5 " 


" 6 " 




6 " 


(( 1^ C( 




7 " 


"8 " 




8 " 


" 9 " 




9 " 


"11 " 





1 cent. 

2 cents. 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
11 
14 
17 
20 
23 
26 
29 
32 
35 



Maximum weight, eleven pounds. 



m 



Post Offi.ce Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Boots, Shoes 



The receipt and despatch of all parcels will henceforth be recorded, 
but no responsibility for loss can be accepted unless the parcel is registered. 
The name and address of sender should be marked on parcels. 

United Kingdom. 

Parcels may be transmitted by Parcel post to the United Kingdom, 
(and through the United Kingdom to countries having n Parcel Post with 
the United Kingdom, of .'iuch weight, and at such special rates, as may 
from time to time be agreed upon by the Governor in Council), not exceed- 
ing eleven pounds in weight, nor three feet six inches in length, or sir 
feet in length or girtli measured together - the girth being measured around 
the thickest part of the parcel. The rate of postage on such parcels, which 
must in all cases be prepaid, will be as follows :— On parcels not exceeding 
three pounds in weight, twenty-four cents— this being the minimum 
charge ; on parcels over three pounds in weight, up to seven pounds, 
forty-eight cents; over seven pounds and under eleven pounds, seventy-two 
cents- fleven pounds l)eing the maximum weij^lit. Parcels transmitted 
through tlie Lnitud kingdom to countries with which the United Kingdom 
operates a parcel post system will be subject to the rates of po^^tage charge- 
able by the I nited Kingdom on parcels to such countries, which postage 
shall lie over and above the rate enumerated as aforesaid; such parcels as 
last referred to shall be subject to the rules respecting transmission thereof, 
etc., of the United Kingdom, 

Insurance of Foreign and Colonial Parcels. 

Parcels for the undermentioned foreign countries, British Colonies 
and Possessions, via the United Kingdom, can be insured— 



Limit of Insured Value. 
Algeria 

Austria-Hungary ... 
Belgium 
Bey rout ... . ' 

Cameroons 

China ... ... ." 

Constantinople 

Denmark 

Egypt 

Finland ... 

France 

Germany 

Tunis 



Foreig-n Countries. 



£ 20 

120 

120 

20 

120 

\m 

20 
l^n 

120 

120 

20 

130 



Limit of Insured Value. 
Holland 

Italy ;;; 

l.uxemliurg 
Mniiti-negro 

K('un)tti)i)« 
Hunfia 
Ssrawak 
S^t-ivia 
Smyina 
Sweden 
Switzerland 
... £ 20. 



British Colonies and Possessions. 

Limit of Insured Valva I t.- \, j' r , x^ , 

Aj„„ ^ '-awe Limit of huured Value 

ISua ■■■ - -£120 I Bahamas 

A ^".* •• •- 120 Barbados 

Ascension , »;n is j 

50 Bermuda 



£ 40 

40 
120 

40 
120 

20 
120 
120- 

20 

20 
120 

120 



50 
120 
120 



Pott Offi-ce Department. 



37 



and Rubbers for the whole family. 



Limit of Insured Value 

BritHh Guiana ... ... £120 

British North Borneo ... 120 

Ceylon ... ... 120 

Cyprus ... ... 50 

Dominica ... ... 120 

Falkland Islands ... ... 50 

Gambia ... ... 120 

Gibraltar ... ... 50 

Grenada ... ... 50 

Hong Kong ... ... 120 

India ... ... ... 120 

Labuan ... ... 60 

Lagos ... ... 60 

Leeward Islands ... ... 120 

Mombasa ... ... 120 

Montserr»t ... ... 120 

Ztniibar 



Limit of Insured Value 



New South Wales 


.. £50 


New Zealand 


.. 50 


Nevis 


.. 120 


Niger Coast Protectorate 


.. 50 


Sarawak 


.. 60 


South Australia 


.. 50 


St. Helena 


.. 50 


St Kitt's 


.. 120 


St. Lucia 


.. 120 


St. Vincent, West Indies 


.. 50 


Straits Settlements 


.. 50 


Tasmania 


.. 50 


Tobago 


.. 120 


Toitola 


.. 120 


Trinidad 


.. 120 


Victoria 


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The insured parcels will have all the safeguards of the registration 
«y8teni, and, subject to the following regulations, compensation will be 
paid if they are lost or damaged in the post : 

The sums payable for insurance are as follows : — 

To secure compensation up to £ 12 etg. ... 10 cents. 

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Compulsorj Insurance. 

It will be compulsory for the senders of parcels containing coin, jewel- 
lery or any other article of gold or silver, to insure the contents for at 
least part of their value. 

Any uninsured parcel found in the United Kingdom to contain such 
articles will be compulsorily registered, the addressee being charged with 
a fee of 8d. stg. The same rule will be enforced in this Colony in regard 
to parcels from the U nited Kingdom. 

None of the above regulations apply to parcels for the Dominion of 
'Canada and the United States. 

Dominion of Canada. 

Parcels may be accepted at any Post Office in Newfoundland for the 
Dominion of Canada, subject to the conditions herein stated. The rate of 



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postage being 12 cents per lb. or fraction of a pound weight to all parts of 
Canada. No parcel can be forwarded if over eleven pounds m weight, or 
if it measures more than two feet in length by one foot m width or depth. 

United S totes. 

Parcels are accepted for transminsion to the United States subject to 
the following rates -.—Not exceeding one pound, 12 cents ; for each pound 
or fraction of a pound, 12 cents. 

No parcel may exceed 11 pounds in weight, three feet six inches in 
length, or six feet in length or girth combined. 

No parcel may contain a letter, post card, or any writing (by hand or 
otherwise, of the nature of personal correspondence), publications which 
violate the copyright laws, poisons, explosives, inllammable substances, 
liquids, or articles which easily li(|uify, confections and paste, live or dead 
animals (except dead insects or reptiles, when thoroughly dried), fruits, 
vegetables, lottery tickets, circulars or advertisements, all obscene or im- 
moral articles, or any article that may in any way injure or destroy mail 
matter, or injure the official handling the same. 

Registraition. 

Parcels may be registered at the following rate of fee«, that is to «»y : 
Inland or local rate, 3 cents; to the United Kingdom, 4 cents; to Canada 
and the United States, 5 cents. To all other countries the registration fee 
will be the same ae the single rate of postage. 

General. 

No parcels should be posted in a letter box, but must in all cases be 
taken to the Post Office and presented at the wicket, where forms will be 
supplied and information giv«n. 

All foreign parcels received at any Post Office in this Colony must be 
sent to the General Post Office, St. John's, to ba made up in mails. 

Post Card Concessions. 

The title " Post Card " is not obligatory for post cards of private manu- 
fcature, and in no case is any other heading prescribed. 

The right hand half of the face is reserved for the postal directions 
and address; the left hand half is available for the purpose of the sendee. 
It IS not compulsory to affix the postage stamp to the address side. 
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labels showing the name and address of the sender and of the addressee; 
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adherent "'^'' P'""^''^^*^ ^^^^t they are completely 

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Letters. 
Letters. 

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parts of the vine plant (ex- 
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dency. 

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government ; preparations of 
hemp. To Bagdad or Bnsh- 
rah : worn clothes, arms, am- 
munition, poisons, and cari- 
catures of royal or other no- 
table persons. 

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any form, bacon, plants or 
living parts of plants (except 
cut flowers and fruits from 
Nov. 1 to May 30), vegetable 
manure, game from Jan. 1 to 
Sept. 1. playing cards ad- 
dressed to S. Marino, alms or 
chemical compounds without 
the express previous permis- 
sion ot the Italian authori- 
ties ; saccharin and its pro- 
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dressed to persons or soldiers 
in military prisons, copper 
coins not current in Italy. 


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Wd. Postal Welegrapd^ 



foreign Qonneetions. 

The Commercial Cable Company, The British Postal Tele- 
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man Atlantic Cable Company, The Halifax and Bermuda 
Cable Company, The Direct West India Cable Company, 
The Postal Telegraph Cable Co. (of America), The C. P. R. 
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be filed with the Newfoundland Postal Telegraphs. 

St. Jodn's, mid., Qity Offieeg. 

Ghnkral Post Opfic)^, Court House, and the King's 
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for your telegrams. 

Wdis is tde fastest and Most Reliable 
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63 



Progressive Dry Goods Store. 



LIST OF POST OFFICES IN NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Name of Office. 


District 


• 


Postmaster's Name. 


Abraham Cove 


St. George 




Mrs. Charles Duffey. 


Adam's Cove 


Bay de Verde 




Nathaniel Diamond 


Adeytown 


Trinity 


. 


Mrs. J. S. Adey 


Admiral's Beach 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's ... 


Albin Hearn 


Admiral's Cove 


Ferryland 


• • • . 






Amherst Cove 


Bonavista 


• • • • 


Elizabeth Ford 


Angel's Cove 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's ... 


Mrs. Patrick Coffey 


Anderson's Cove 


Fortune 


• • • • 


Charles Thornhill 


Apsey Point 


Trinity 


• • •> 


Arthur Stanley 


Argentia 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's ... 


J. J. McQrath 


Arnold's Cove 


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Mary Ann Boutcher 


Aquaforte 


Ferryland 


• ... 


Henry C. Windsor 


Avondale 


Harbor Main 




Edward Kennedy 


Avondale Worth 


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Patrick O'Brien 


Badger Brook 


Twillingate 




Operator 


Baie Verte 


St. Barbe 


. • • • 


Jessie Jackman 


Baine Harbor 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's ... 


J. Andrews 


Balena 


Fortune 


• • • • 


Mrs. George Fudge 


Bank Head ... 


St. George 


■ • . . 


Margaret M. Power 


Baraneed 


Port de Grave 




Mrs. Mary Boone 


Bar Haven 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's ... 


Mrs. Peter Shea 


Barred Island 


Fogo 


• . • • 


Benjamin Fennimore 


Bartlett's Harbor 


St. Barbe 


* ... 


Mrs. Thomas Cains 


Bauline 


St. John's East 




Elizabeth Butler 


Bay Bulls 


Ferryland 


. 


Emily O'Brien 


Bay D'Espoir, Ship Cove 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's ... 


George Collier, jr. 


Bay de L'eau 


Fortune 


. ... 


Thomas Burton 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde 




Minnie Hennebury 


Bay du Nord, For. Bay... 


Fortune 


. 


Martha Farrell 


Bay du Nord, Her. Bay.. 


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Bay L' Argent 


(( 


• ... 


Mary L. West 


Bay Koberts 


Harbor Grace 




D. G. Eraser 


Beau Bois 


Burin 


« ••• 


Mary Ann Dober 


Bear Cove 


St. Barbe 


. 


Hannah Breen 


Belburns 


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John D. House 


Bell Island ... 


St. John's East 




Wm. K. Murphy 


Bell Island Mines 


(( 


.. ... 


Minnie Murphy 


Bellvue 


Trinity 


■ ... 


Margaret Lynch 


Belleorain 


Fortune 


.. ... 


Julia Cluett 


Benoit's Cove 


St. George 




Elias Basha 


Benton 


(( 


.. ... 






Bett's Cove ... 


Twillingate 


.. 


James S. McKenzie 


Birchy Byy ... 


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Mrs. W. G. French 



64 



Post Office Departvxent. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. The 



Name of Office. 




Postmaster's Name. 



Birchy Head 

Bishop's Falls 

Bishop's Falls Station 

Bishop's Cove 

Biscay Bay 

Black Head 

Black Island 

Black River 

B'.ack Duck Brook 

Blaketown 

Boat Harbor ... 

Bona venture ... 

Bouavista 

Bonne Bay ... 

Boot Harbor ... 

Botwood 

Boswarlos 

Boxey 

Boyd's Cove ... 

Branch 

Brent's Cove ... 

Brewley 

Brighton 

Brigus 

Brigus Cross Roads 

Brigus Gullies 

Brigus South 

Brig Bay 

Brien's Stand 

Bristol's Hope 

Britannia Cove 

British Harbor 

Broad Cove, Bay de Verde 

Broad Cove, Placentsa .. 

Broad Cove, Bona vista.. 

Broad Cove, Renews .. 

Broads 

Brooklyn 

Brookfielp, B. B. W 

Brooms 

Brownsdale ... 

Brunette 

Bryant's Cove 

Bunyan's Cove 

Burgeo ... \', 

Burin 



St. Barbe 
Twillingate 

Harbor Grace 

St. Barbe 

Bay de Verde 

Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

St. George 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary's , 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

St. George 

Fortune 

Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's . 

St. Barbe 

Placentia and St. Mary's . 

Twillingate 

Port de Grave 



Ferryland 
St. Barbe 
Harbor Main 
Carbonear 

Trinity 

11 

Bay de Verde 

Placentia 

Bonavista 

Ferryland 

Bonavista 



Trinity 

Fortune 

Harbor Grace 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

Burin 



Mrs. Silas Halfyard 
Operator 
J. C. Hampton 
Ann Barrett 
Thomas Ryan 
John C. Moores 
Sarah D. Primmer 
Mrs. Mary F. Gosney 
Mary Boozee 
Mrs. C. Kearley 
Joseph Matterface 
Chattie Bailey 
H. G. Miftlin 
John R. Roberts. 
Jacob Taylor 
Operator 

Mrs. Andrew Harvey 
Clara M. Miles 
George Mercer 
John W. English 
John Carroll 
Mrs. Wm. Emberley 
Owen Fudge 
Aggie Bartlett 
John Byrne 
John N. Leamon 
Richard Gjegorv 
Mrs. T. S. Sheppard 
Peter Hickey 
John Peddle 
Operator 
Mary Gardner 
Alfred LeGrow 
Mary F. Hartley 
Ellen Lawton 
Elizabeth Murphy 
Jacob Moores 
Victor Handcock 
Mrs. Nathan Kean 
Flora Cammie 
Lydia Strong 
Ambros Thornhill 
A. Noseworthy 
Mrs. James Burry 
Creena Filuel 
W. E. Bishop 



Post Office Department. 


65 


Premier House of the Colony. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Buiin Bay Arm 
Burin North ... 
Burgoyne's Cove 
Burnt Arm, S.S., Exploit. 
Burnt Island, Bonavistas 
Burnt Islands, B. & LaP. 
Burnt Point ... 
Burying Place 
Butler's Cove 
Butter Cove, S. W. Arm, 
Trinity 

Campbellton 

Canada Harbor 

Cape Broyle 

Cape Freels 

Cape Island 

Cape La Hune 

Cape Norman 

Cape Onion 

Cape Race 

Cape Ray 

Cape Shore 

Cape St. George 

Caplin Bay 

Caplin Cove 

Caplin Cove, Random ... 

Carbonear 

'• (Assistant) ... 

" (Messenger) ... 
Carmanville , 
Carter's Cove , 
Cartyville 
Catalina 
Cat Harbor 
Cavendish 
Champneys 
Chance Cove . 
Change Islands 
Channell 
Chapel Arm . 
Chapel's Cove 
Charles' Brook 
Cbarlottetown 
Chimney Cove 
Clam Bank Cove 



Burin 

Trinity 
Bonavista 



Burgeo and LaPoile 
Bay de Verde 
Twillingate 
Burin 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Ferryland 
Bonavista 



Burgeo and LaPoile 


St. George 


St. Barbe 


Ferryland 


Burgeo and LaPoile 


Pfacentia and St. Mary's 


St. Barbe 


Ferryland 


Bay de Verde 


Trinity 


Carbonear 

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Fogo 


Twillingate 


St. George 


Trinity 


Fogo 


Trinity 

11 


Fogo 


Burgeo and LaPoile 


Trinity 


Harbor Main 


Twillingate 


Bonavista 


St. George 



Philip Hollett 
Ellen Sparrow 
Elizabeth Steele 
Florence Peyton 
Minnie Kelly 
John E. King 
Mrs. Edgar 'Tucker 
James Proule 
Benjamin Hollett 

Mrs. Joshua Spurrel' 

Thomas Janes 
Mrs. Wm. Clarke 
Caroline Best 
Mrs. Mary Hann 
Mrs. Chas. Vincent ' 
Robert Keeping 
Wm. Scanlon 
Abel Decker 
Hannah J. Myrick 
James Janes 
Joseph Whiffen 
John Cornack 
Peter Johnson 
Thomas Cull 
Mrs. Joseph Whelan ■ 
George E. Motilton 
Susie Pike 
James E. Burgess 
Ella S. Carnell 
E. G. Farr 
Richard T. Legge 
Juliana Guy 
Henry Robbins 
E. L. Jerrett 
James Freeman 
Emmanuel Smith 
Janet Porter 
Mrs. J. Rose 
Evelyn Warren 
James Hawco 
Mrs. Josiah Purchase 
Charlotte Spracklin 
Peter Buffett 
Mrs. Henry Young 



66 


Post Office Department. 




AYRE & SONS, LTD. The 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Clarenville 

Clarenville South 

Clarke's Beach 

Clattice Harbor 

Coachman's Cove 

Coakerville ... 

Codroy 

Coley's Point .. 

Colinet 

Collier's 

Collier's Central 

Collier's Bay Cove 

Conie-by-Chance Village 

Come-by-Chance Station 

Comfort Cove... 

Conception Harbor 

Conche 

Counaigre 

Conn River ... 

Coomb's Cove 

Coppitt 

Corbin, Burin 

Corbiu, Fortune 

Corner Brook 

Cottle's Island 

Cottrell's Cove 

Country Road 

Cow Head 

Coward Island 

Crabbs 

Crabba Station, East ... 

Crawley's Island 

Creek 

Cul-de-Sac West '..'. 

Cupids 
Curling 

Current Island .. 

•Cuslett ... I]' 

Daniel's Cove 
Daniel's Harbor 
Daniel's Point 
Dark Tickle ,,', 

Dawson Cove... 
Deep Bight ... .*. 

jDeer Harbor ... 



Trinity 

Port de Grave 

Placentia and St. Mary's , 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

St. George 

Harbor Grace ... 

Placentia and St. Mary's , 

Harbor Main 
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Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary's . 

Placentia and St. Mary's . 

Twillingate 

Harbor Main 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 



Burgeo and LaPoile 

Burin 

Fortune 

St. George 

Twillingate 

Harbor Grace 
St. Barbe 
Bonavista 
St. George 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

St. George 

Fortune 

Port de Grave 

St. George 

St. Barbe 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Bay de Verde 
St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

(( 

Fortune 
Trinity 



Operator 
E. J. Froude 
W. H. Jerrett 
Mary Connors 
John M. LaMee 
C. Bryant 
Selina Jones 
Mrs. Samuel Roach 
Ann Didham 
John Cole 
Mrs. Phil. Hedison 
Uriah Thorn 
Edgar Adams 
Thomas J. Murphy 
Joseph Eveleigh 
Lulu O'Toole 
Kate Dower 
Andrew Harris 
Nicholas Jeddore 
Alfred Eartlett 
Elizabeth Bowles 
Thomas Grant 
Mrs. Philip J. Poole 
James Stewart 
Mrs. Eli Anstey 
Jacob Manuel 
Mas. E. Samways 
John Payne, jr. 
Job Lane 
Isabella Pike 
James Pike. 
Mrs. Peter Keating 
Amelia Hall 
Minnie Spencer 
M. M. LeErew 
M. E. Poland 
James Williams 
Clara McGrath 

Margaret Howard 
Nathaniel Brophy 
Alice Finlay 
Joseph Fudge 
Esau Wells 
Charles Hansford 
Jemima King 



Post Office Department. 


67 


Model Mail Order House. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Deer Island ... 

Deer Island, Burgeo 

Deer Lake 

Delby's Cove ... 

Dildo 

Dildo South ... 

Doyles Station 

Drook 

Dunville 

EUiston 

Elliott's Cove... 

Englee 

English Harbor, Trinity. 

English Harbor West ... 

Ep worth 

Exploits 

Fair Islands ... 

Famish Cove ... 

Farmer's Arm 

Fermeuse (Admiral's Ce). 

Femme 

Fermeuse North 

Fermeuse, (Riverhead)... 

Fermeuse S. (Telephone). 

Ferrole 

Ferryland 

Fishot Island.., 

Flat Islands, Bonavista... 

Flat Islands, Burin 

FlatEock 

Fleur de Lys ... 

Flower's Cove 

Fogo 

Fortune 

Fortune Harbor 

Foster's Point... 

Fox Cove, Burin 

Fox Cove, Fortune Bay... 

Fox Harbor, Plac. Bay... 

Fox Harboi, Trinity Bay 

Fox Island 

Fox Island River 

Fox Roost 

Fox Trap 



Bonavista 

Burgeo and LaPoile 
St. George 
Trinity 



St. George 
Placentia and 



Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Bnrin 

Twillingate 



St 



Mary's 



Bonavista 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Twillingate 

Ferryland 



St. Barbe 

Ferrvland 

St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

Burin 

St. John's East 

St. Barbe 
it. 

Fogo 

Burin 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Burin 

Fortune 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Trinity 

Burgeo and LaPoile 



Harbor Main 



Carrie King 
Mrs. James Carew 
Paul Moores 
John McGrath, sr. 
Emma Moore 
Mrs. Solomon Reid 
J. J. Doyle 
James St. Croix 
Joachim Connors 

Alfred Crewe 
Deborah Smith 
Jane Gillard 
H. G. Batson 
Emma J. Evans 
Ernest Bradley 
Albert Freeman 

James Brown 
John Cramm 
Edgar Small 
Mrs. Elizab. Trainer 
Wilson Dodge 
Miss Reid 
Mrs. J. Kenny 
John O'Shaughnessy 
Patrick Rumboldt 
Thomas G. Morry 
Bridget Bromley 
Anna Sampson 
Mrs. L. Loughlan 
Kate Allan 
John S. Walsh 
Mrs. Sarah Way 
Ambrose Fitzgerald 
Amelia Bennett 
Edith Miller 
Lizzie Miller 
Mrs. M. B. Antle 
George Power 
.Nellie Healey 
John Vey 
'Charles Warren 
'Samuel R. Parsons 
'Morgan Walters 
Richard Dearin 



68 Post Office Department. 




AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents 


Name of Office. 


Dibtrict. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Francois 
Frederickton 
Frenchman's Cove 
Frenchman's Cove, Burin 
Freshwater ... 
Freshwater, Bell Island.. 
Freshwater Road 
Friday's Bay 

Gambo 

Gander Bay ... 
Garganielle 
Garnish 
Gaskiers 
Gaultoia 
Gaulton's Island 
George's Brook 
Georgestown 
Gilliesport 
Glenwood 
Glovertown ... 
Goldenville 
Golden Bay 
Goose Cove 
Gooseberry Cove 
Gooseberry Islands 
Goulds 

Goulds, Brigus 
Grand Bank 
Grand Beach 
Grand Bruit 
Grand Falls 
Grate's Cove 
Great Barrisway 
Great Burin 
Great Braha 
Great Codroy 
Great Harbor Deep 
Great Jervois 
Great Triton 
Green's Harbor 
Greenspond 
Grey River 
Griguet 
Groais Islands 
Grole 



Buigeo and LaPoile 

Fogo 

St. George 

Burin 

Bay de Verde 

St. John's East 

St. John's West 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

fogo 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Fortune 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Trinity 

Port de Grave 

Twillingate 
Bonavista 
Harbor Grace 

St. Barbe .' .' '. 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

St. John's West 

Port de Grave 

Burin 

Burgeo and LaPoile 
St. George 
Bay de Verde 
Burin 

St. Barbe ." '. \ 

St. George 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 
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St. Batbe 

(( 

Fortune 



Maggie D urn ford 
Lemuel Wheaton 
George Wheeler 
Cecilia Cluett 
William S. Davis 
Mrs. George Parsons 
Bridget Duff 
Thomas Tizzard 

Operator 
Operator 
Richard Atkins 
Esther Grandy 
Mrs. John Warren 
Charles Pilley 
Mrs. John Critch 
E. Simnis 
D. Bartlett 



Operator 
Operator 
John Higgins 
Mrs. M. McDonald 
M. J. McDonald 
Mrs. Wm. Flynn 
Sarah House 
Archibald Chafe 
Joseph Gorman 
Mabel Forsey 
Josiah Hiscock 
C. Miles 
R. F. Newhook 
Mrs. Thomas Avery- 
James P. Keefe 
Benjamin Hollett 
Henry Dean 
James Downey 
John Elgar 
John Hull, jr. 
Melena Winsor 
Mary Grace Mitcham. 
Agnes Lang 
Frank Young 
Mary E. Smith 
Francis Gardner 
Theodore Jackman 



Post Office Department. 



69 



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Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


Oull Island, B.D.V. ... 


Bay de "Verde 


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JVilliam J. Doyle 


Ha Ha Bay 


St. Barbe 




Thomas Elliott 


Hampden 
Hant's Harbor 


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Trinity 




L. Maud Pelley 


Happy Adventure 


Bonavista 




William Turner 


Harbor Briton 


Fortune 




W. E. Parsons 


Harbor Buffett 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's . . 


Susannah CoUett 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace 




John Foley 


Harbor Grace 


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W.H.Kennedy (As.) 


Harbor Grace 


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J no. A. Butt (Carrier) 


Harbor Grace 


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Alfred Murray " 


Harbor LeCou 


Burgee and LaPoile 


Eliza Buckland 


Harbor Main 


Harbor Main 




Bridget Ezekiel 


Harbor Mille 


Fortune 




Jane Barnes 


Harbor Round 




, 


Mrs. Hartly 


Hare Bay 


Bonavista 




Samuel Collins 


Harcouit 


Trinity 


• • • 


Simeon Tilley 


Haricot 


Placentsa and St. 


Mary's . 


Mrs. James Fulford 


Harry s Harbor 


Twillingate 




Robert Upwards 


Hatchet Cove 


Trinity 




Belinda Bobbins 


Haystack 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's . . 


William Coffin 


Head of Bay D'Espoir . . 


Fortune 




May Sutton 


Heart's Content 


Trinity 




George Moore 


Heart's Delight 


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S. Humphries 


Heart's Desire 


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Catherine Crocker 


Hermitage CoTe 


Fortune 




Bertha Francis 


Herring Neck 


Twillingate 




Operator 


Hickman's Harbor 


Trinity 




Joseph Pelley 


Highlands 


St. George 




John McPherson 


Hodge's Cove 


Trinity 




Rosamond Peddle 


Hoi J rood 


Harbor Main 




Katie Kennedy 


Hooping Harbor 


St. Barbe 




Mrs. Adam Rendall 


Hope All 


Trinity 




Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn 


Horse Islauds 


St. Barbe 




A. G. Greonham 


Horwood, Dog Bay 


Fogo 




Florence Oake 


Hunt's Island 


Burgeo and LePoile 


Arthur Kinslow 


Humbermouth 


St. George 


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Indian Aim 


3onavista 




Mrs. Ed. Humby 


Indian Harbor 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's . . 


Ellen Bavis 


Indian Islands 


Fogo 


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Lorenzo Collins 


Inglewood 


Trinity 


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John Cooper 


lona 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's . . 


Mrs. Bridget Pope 


Ireland's Eye 


Trinity 


« • • 


Edward Cooper 


Irishtown, B. I. 


(( 


■ • • •• 


May Piercey 



70 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



Island Govs 

Island Cove, Random 

Island Harbor, Fogo 

Isle Galet 

Isle aux Morte 

Islington 

Jackson's Arm 
Jackson's Cove 
Jamestown 
Jean de Bay 
Jeffrey's Crossing 
Jersey Harbor 
Jersey Side 
Job's Cove 
Joe Batt's Arm 
John's Pond 
Julien'8 Harbor 

Katcliuses 
Keel's 
Kilbride 
Kelligrews 
King's Cove 

Ladle Cove 

Lady Cove 

Lakeview 

Lally Cave 

Lamaline 

LaManche 

Lance an Barque 

Lance Cove, Bell Isle . . 

Lance Cove, Smith's Sd. 

La Poile 

LaPoile, Great Harbor. . 

Lark Harbor 

LaScie 

Lawn 

Laurencetown 

Lead Cove 

Leading Tickles 

Leading Tickles West . 

Lee Bight 

Lear's Cove 

Lewisporte 



Harbor Grace 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Burgeo and LaPoile 
Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Burin 

St. George 

Fortune 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Bay de Verde 

Fogo 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Twillingate 

Harbor Main 

Bonavista 

St. John's West 

Harbor Main 

Bonavista 

Fogo 
Trinity 
Harbor Main 
Fortune 
Burin 

Placentia and St. ivlary's . 

St. John's East 

Trinity 

Burgeo and LaPoile 



St. George 

St. Barbe 

Burin 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Twillingate 



Nathaniel Crane 
Mrs. Jacob Smith 
Mrs. Ber. McKenna 



Trinity 
Placentia and St 
Twillingate 



Mary's 



Dominic LeFresne 
Jacob Chislett 

Rosanna Sparks 
Loreuzo Newhook 
IGeorge Haines 
|Honora Keefe 
Leonard Hulan 
Susannah White 
John P. Bradshaw 
William Royal 
Florence Coffin 
Mary T. Linneham 
Thomas Glavine 

Annie M. Kenny 
Charlotte Penney 
Edward Norris 
Fanny Tilley 
Mrs J. M. Murphy 



Jane Tulk 
Isabella March 
Thomas Fewer 
Eliza J. Baker 
F. G. Hann 
Margaret Rose 
Mary Edwards 
William Clements 
Reuben Laite 
Thomas LeScelleur 
George F. Reid 
W. A. Gabriel 
Daniel P. Duggan 
Theresa Murphy 
Thomas Green 
Bessie Button 
E. Lillian Andrews 
Elijah Lanning 
Mrs. J. L. Adey 
Mrs. John Young 
Nathaniel Turner 



Post Office Department. 


71 


Heintzman & Co. Pianos. Canada's Leader. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Lewisporte South 

Little Barrisway, P.B. . . 

Little Bay 

Little Bay 

Little Bay East 

Little Bay, Hermitage B. 

Little Bay Islands 

Little Bay West 
i Little Beaver Cove 

Little Burnt Bay 

Little Catalina 

Little Codroy 

Little Fdgo Island 

Little Harbor, Placentia. 
Tjittle Harbor West 

Little Harbor, Trinity . . 
1 Little Har., Twillingate .. 

Little Heart's Ease 

Lockston 

Little Small Point 

Little Ward's Harbor . . 

Long Beach 

Long Beach, Trepassey. . 

Long Cove, Trinity, near 
Norman's Cove 

Loreburn 

Long Harbor 

Long Beach 

Loon Bay 

Loo Cove 

Lord's Cove 

Lower English Herbor. 

Lower Island Cove 

Low Point 

Lush's Bight 

Lumbergrass 

Maclver's 
f Maidstone Valley 

Main River 

Mall Bay 
y Maniiels 

Man Point 
^ Marches Point 
' Marquise 
™, Marvstown 



Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Twillingate 

Burin ... 

Fortune 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

Fogo 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

St. George 

Fogo 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Bay de Verde 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Trinity 

u 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Fortune 

Twillingate 
(I 

Burin 

Fortune 

Bay-de-Verde ... 

Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

St. George 



Placentia rnd St. Mary's 

Harbor Main 

Fogo 

St. George 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Burin 



S. Jeans 
Mrs. W. Foley 
Operator 
E. Hanrahan 
Ingoretha Good 
Eli Stickland 
E. Campbell 
Phoebe Harding 
Herbert Elliott 
Mrs. Solomon Snow 
James Johnson 
J. J. Doyle 
Julia Emberley 
Mrs. Wm. Dicks 
Richard McQrath 
Herbert J. Vokey 
Kate Warr 
D. A. Martin 



Matthew Thistle 
Michael Thorns 
George Vey 
Thomas Neill 

Thomag White 
Mrs. Eliza Reid 
Mary J. Murray 
Miss Courage 
Dulcie Manuel 
Sophie White 
Susannan Walsh 
Sarah Dodge 
Mary J. Snelgrove 
Mrs. Peter Power 
George Parsons 
Patrick Murphy 

Thomas Park 

Jerry M. Pike 

A. Nardini 

Mary Bonia 

Eva Best 

Mrs. Frank Simms 

A. Benoit 

Mrs. Maggie Davis 

Louisa Burfett 



72 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Estey Pianos; 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



McCallum Bay 

Meadows Point 

Melrose 

Meraslieen 

Mercer's Cove 

Mi.lcile Arm, B.I. 

Miiidle Brook 

Millertown 

Miller's Passage 

MillviUe 

Milton 

^liltoti, Bay D'Es-poir . . 

Mobile 

Moretoii's Harbor 

Monkstown, P.B. 

Mjse Ambrose 

Mosquito, St. Mary's . . 

Miisgrave Harbor 

Mucgravetown 

Mussel Harbor Arm 

Mussel Pond 

Newbridge 

Newburn Cove 

New Chelsea 

New Harbor, TrinityBay 

New Harboi', Bona. Bay. 

Newman's Cove 

New Melbourne 

New Perlican 

Newtiiwn, Bonavista 

Newt' \vn, Holyrood 

Nip]*'-''-! Harbor 

lS\,.IWy Bay 

Noggin's Cuve 

Noi mail's Cove 

Noriit*' Arm 

Nui 1).-' Point 

Northern Arm, Wood fords 

Northern Arm, Exploits. 

Northern Bay 

Northern Bay, South . . 

Northern Bight 

N. E. Cove, White Bay!' 

North Harbor, Placentia. 

North Harbor, St. Mary's 



Fortune 

St. George 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Harbor Grace ... 

St. George 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

St. George 

Trinity 

Fortune 

F'erryland 

Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's , 

Fortune 

Placentia and St. Mary's . 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

Placentia and St. Mary's . 



Harbor Main 
(( 

Trinity 
(( 

Bonavista 

u 

Trinity 

Bonavista 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

it 

Trinity 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate 
Bay-de- Verde ... 

Trinity . . 

St. Barbe 

Placentia and St. Mary's 



Lucy Simms 
Albert E. Brake 
Callahan Scanlon 
Mrs. Hennessey 
Lorina Mercer 
Joseph Park 
George Pritchett 
Kate Rousell 
Mrs. Rich. Sheppard 
Alexander Gale 
George Adams 
Bessie Kendall 
John Fitzgerald 
Violet E. Mills 
William J. Ford 
Bessie Petites 
Mrs. Bernard Doody 
Annie Abbot 
Roberts. Oldford 
Jessie Slade 
James Butland 

Mrs. Jas. Moriaity 
Wm. Duffett 
Jesse Buckler 
Thomas Newhook 
Mrs. H. T. Collins 
Frederick Tilley 
Lucy E. Button 
Frances Bemister 
Bernard Norris 
Laura Kennedy 
Operator 
Isaac Bartlett 
E. Gillingham 
Eva Stowe 
Charles Pittman 
John A. Squires 
Catherine Woodford 
Luke Manuel 
Mrs. James March 
Ethel Jacobs 
Walter W. Frost 
William Cassell 
Jessie Eddy 
Patrick Bonia 



Post Office Department. 



73 



built by Piano experts, used by expert Pianists. 



Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


North Island, B.B. 


Bona vista 


Henry H. Patten 


North Kiver 


Port-de-Grave ... 


Madeline Seward 


N. W. Arm, Green Bay .. 


Twillingate 


George Bobbins 


Northwest Arm, New B.. 


i( 


Clara M. Oamond 


Northwest Brook 


St. Barbe 


Eleanor Benson 


Northwest Point 


" 


William Elliott 


Ochre Pit Cove 


Bay-de-Verde ... 


Wni. G. Benson 


Oderin 


Placentia and St. Mary's ... 


Mrs. A. Lake 


Offer Wadham Island . . 


Fogo 


Joseph Dyke 


Old Bonaventnre 


Trinity 


Frances Bai'ey 


Old Shop 


(( 


James Reid 


Old Perlican 


Bay-de-Verde ... 


Tryphena March 


Openhall 


Bona vista 


George Shears 


O'Regan 


St. George 





Otters Point 


Burgeo and La Poile 


Hattie Collier 


Osmondton 
Pacquet 


""n It 




St. Barbe 


James Norman 


Paradise 


Placentia and St. Mary's ... 


Ellen Healey 


Parson's Pond 


St. Barbe 


Samuel Payne 


Pass Island 


Fortune 


Mrs. A E. Fudge 


Patrick's Cove 


Placentia and St. Mary's . . 


Mrs. F. McGrath 


Peckforda 


Fogo 


Solomon N. Abbot 


Perry's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde ... 


Jessie KKelloway 


Peter's Arm 


Twillingate 


Elias Burt 


Peter's River 


Placentia and St. Mary's ... 


Mrs. M. Lundrigan 


Petites 


Burgeo and La Poile 


Julia Courtney 


Petit Fort 


Placentia and St. Alary's ... 


Mrs. Jos. Hayden 


Petty Harbor 


St. John,8 West 


Henry J. W. Bishop 


Piccadilly 


Twillingate 


James Joy 


Pike's Arm 


(( 


Emma J. Richards 


Pilley's Island 


(f 


Operator 


Pinchard'a Island 


Bonavista 


William Green 


Placentia 


Placentia and St. Mary's . . 


M. J. Collins 


Placentia (Assistant) : 


U 11 


Bride Siteman 


Placentia Junction 


(1 u 


Paul Hynes 


Placentia South East . . 


" " 


Mrs. James Lannou 


Plate Cove 


Bonavista 


Agnes Moss 


Plate Cove West 


a 


John Furlong 


Point aux Gaul 


Burin 


Thomas Martin 


Point Enragee 


Fortune 


Ernest Walters 


Point La Haye 


Placentia and St. Mary's . . 


Mrs. J. Mooney 


Point Lance 


II 11 


John Careen 


Point Leamington 


Twillingate 


Operator 


Point May 


(1 

• • ■ . 


Peter J. Stacey 



G 



74 



Post Office Dejyartment. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Mason and 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



Point Verde 

Pool's Cove 

Pool's Island 

Port am Bras 

Port au Port 

Port Huron 

Port Bland ford 

Port de Grave 

Port Rexton 

Port Saunders 

Portugal Cove 

Portugal Cove, Trepassey 

Pouch Cove 

Pound Cove 

Presque 

Push through 

Queen's 
Quirpon 

Ramea 

Rantem Station 
Eattling Brook, N.D.B. .. 
Rattling Brook, St.Qeorge 
Raymond's Point 
Hed Cliff Island ..i 

Hed Head Cove 
JRed Island 
Red Island, Burgeo 
Hencontre, Fortune Bay. 
Rtncontre, Hermitage B. 
Henews 

Henews, South Side 
Hichard's Harbor 
Eiverhead, Har. Grace . . 
Eiverhead, St. Mary's . . 
Hiver of Ponds 
JRobinson's Head 
Robtrt's Arm 
Hock Harbor, Burin 
Hocky Har., Bonne Bay. 
Roddickton Mills 
Round Har., Hermitage.. 
Hound Harbor, N.D.B. . . 
Rose Blanche 
Hushoon 



Placentia and St. Mary's!. 

Fortune 

Bonavista 

Burin 

St. George . . 

Twiilingate 

Bonavista 

Port de Grave 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

St. John's East 

Placentia and St. Mary's . 

St. John's East 

Bonavista 

Placentia and St. Mary's . 

Fortune 

Trinity 
Fortune 

Burgeo and LaPoile 
Trinity 
Twiilingate 
St. George 
Fortune 
iBonavista 
'Bay de Verde 
Placentia and St. Mary's .. 
Burgeo and LaPoile 
Fortune 

Burgeo and LePoile 
Ferrvland 



Burgeo and LaPoile 
Harbor Grace 
Placentia and St. Mary's 
St. Barbe 
St. George 
Twiilingate 
Burin 
St. Barbe 

Fortune 
Twiilingate 
Burgeo and LaPoile 
Placentia and St. Mary's . 



Margaret Breen 
Henrietta Williams 
Peter House 
Mrs. Wm. Be:k 
jJulia McDonald 
Esau Hewlett 
iOperator 

[Margaret E. Efford 
,Majy Randell 
JAgnes Cole 
Martin Bolger 
Daniel Leary 
Walter Easlerbrook 
Josiah Hounsell 
S. L. Sullivan 
Samuel P. Camp 

George Gooby 
Mrs. E. Parsons 

Mrs. John P&vne, jr. 
Mrs. E. J. Duff 
Charles Oke 
George Butt 
Wm. T. Stickland 
Mrs. E. Quinton 
Caroline Hogan 
Patrick Duuphy 
Laura Foote 
Mrs. M. Collis 
Jane Ball 
Tliomas Jack man 
Clara M. Foley 
Mary E. Skinner 
Mary Coady 
Edward Bonia 
Theophilus Patey 
James E. Carter 
Charles W. Warr 
Heniy Blown 
James Shears 
William Fillier 
Mrs. Joshua Kendall 
Robert Coombs 
Richard Furneaux 
Bridget Cheeseman 



Post Office Department. 


75 


Hamlin Organs ; pure in tone, excellent in design. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Saddle Island 

Safe Harbor 

Sally's Cove 

Salt Pond 

Sagona 

Shalloway Cova 

St. Ann's 

St. Anthony 

St. Anthony Bight 

St. Bride's 

St. Brendan's 

St. Chad's 

St. George's 

St. Jacques 

St. Jones' Within 

St. Jones' Without 

St. John's Central 

St. John's East 

St. John's East (Assist.).. 

St. John's, Duckworth-st. 

St. John's, Garrison Hill. 

St. John's, King's Bridge 

St. John's, Monkstown.. 

St. John's, Pleasant-st. . . 

St. John's, Riverhead . . 

St. John's, Water-st. W... 

St. Joseph's, Placentia ... 

St. Joseph's 

St. Joseph's Cove 

St. Julien's 

St. Kyran's 

St. Lawrence 

St. Leonard's 

St. Lunaire 

St. Mary's 

St. Michael's 

St. Michael's Harbor ... 

St. Patrick's, N.D.B. ... 

St. Paul's 

St. Philip's 

St. Shoit's 

St. Vincent 

Salmon Ce, Bay de Verde 

Saimon Ce, Port de Grave 

Salmon Cove, Trinity .. 



Fortune 
Bonavista 
St. Barbc 
Twillingate 
Fortune 

a 

Harbor Main 
St. Barbe 

Placentia and St. 
Bonavista 

u 

St. George 

Fartune 

Trinity 

St. John's East 



Mary's 



(I 
(. 

(( 

W^est 



Placentia and St. 

II it 

Fortune 

Placentia and St. 

II II 

Burin 

Placentia and St. 
St. Barbe 
Placentia and St. 
Twillingate 



St. Barbe 

St. John's West 

Placentia and St. 
(I II 

Bay de Verde 
Port de Grave 
Trinity 



Mary's .. 

Mary's .. 

Mary's .. 
Mary's .. 

Mary's .. 



Eli Garland 
Priscilla Davia 
Jamee Endicott 
Susannah Snow 
Mrs. M. Snooks 
Thomas Knox 
Rose Delgado 
W. F. Boyd 
Thomas Pilgrim 
John E. Conway 
Francis Hogan 
Moses Troke 
Maud Jforris 
Bertha M. Young 
Mrs. Simeon King 
Mary Ann Green 
Dicks & Co. 
Jessie BuUey 
/Frances Meehan 
(Amelia March 
Miss Coonan 
Miss Delany 
Mrs. R. F. Hayes 
Mrs. J. W. Spry 
Albert Taylor 
Mrs. M. Mealey 
Peter O'Mara 
Mrs. Mary King 
P. J. Cormack 
Angela Dollimont 
James Davis 
Mrs. John Leonard 
M. Vavasseur 
Annie J. Sullivan 
W. J. Bursey 
M. Burke 



Ezekiel Buddon 
Edward Delaney 
Geo. L. Hutchings 
David Tucker 
Anthony Molloy 
Mrs. Edwd. Fleming 
Lillie M. Parsons 
Mary J. Hussey 
Charity Gabriel 



^6 


Post Office Department. 




AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Salmonier 

Salvage 

Salvage Bay 

Sampson's Island 

Sandy Cove, Bona vista... 

Sandy Point, St. George's 

Sandy Point, Smith's Sd. 

Saunder's Cove 

Seeviour's Iiland 

Scilly Cove 

Scissor's Cove 

Seal Cove, Bonavista 

Seal Cove, Fortune 

Seal Cove, Harbor Main. 

Seal Cove, Trinity 

Seal Cove, White Bay .. 

Searston 

Seldom-come-by 

Shallop Cove 

Ship Cove, Placentia .. 

Shambler'a Cove 

Shearstown 

Ship Harbor 

Shoal Bay, B.B. 

Shoal Harbor 

Shoe Cove 

Shoe Cove Bight 

Sibley's Cove 

South Harbor 

Snook's Arm 

Snook's Brook 

Snook's Harbor 

Sound Island 

South Brancli 

South Brook 

Southere Ami, Green B.. 

Southern Bay, Bonavista 

Southern Harbor, P.B. . . 

South Side, Har. Grace .'. 

Southwest Arm, New B.. 

Southwest Arm, Green B. 

Spaniard's Bay 

Spaniard's Bay, Eiverh'd 

Spanish Room 

Spencer Cove 

Springdale . . Twillingate 



Placentia and St. Mary's 
Bonavista 

Twillingate 
Bonavista 
St. George 

Trinity 

i( 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

Harbor Main 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

St. George 

Bonavista 
II 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Bonavista 

Harbor Grace 

Placentia and St. Mary's . 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Twillingate 



Trinity . '. 

II 

Twillingate 

Trinity 
II 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

St. George 

II 

Twillingate 
Bonavista 

Placentia and St. Mary's . 
Harbor Grace 
II 

Twillingate 
II 

Harbor Grace ... 

Burin 
II 



William Hurley 
••Operator 
. .j Kenneth Farwell 
•■jMrs, Martha Potter 
. . John Machiu 
••'Hector McDonald 
..^Simeon Tilley 
, . iBenjamin Davis 
..iMary Ann Anstey 
..Allison Kelland 
., Absalom Chalk 
..William Prince 
.. Charles Forsey 
. Albert Dawe 
. j Jesse Buckler 
.'Joshua Robinson 
. Donatille O'Quinn 
..|F. F. Newell 
..Mrs. Louis White 
.Thomas Tobin 
..Arthur Vivian 
.jThomas Heddison 
..Jane A. Power 
..Amelia Pelley 
James S. Butler 
Joseph Harding 
Herbeit Newbury 
Simeon Sparks 
Edward Fleming 
Andrew Elliott 
.'Alexander Gardiner 
. [John Loder 
.■Ernest W. Beck 
. Duncan Mclsaac 
.[Mrs. Thris. Mercer 
.!job Wells 
John Frv 
Monica Whiffen 
Arch. Nose worthy 
Mrs. Clar. Andrews 
Operator 
John L. Goss 
Joseph Caines 
Susannah Coady 
Thomas Boutcher 
Belle Huxter 



Post Office Department. 



7T 



Groceries and Provisions. 



Name of OfBce. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name, 


Squid Tickle 


Twillingate 


Stanley Burden 


Stanleyville 


St. Barbe 


S. McKie 


Step-a-side 


Burin 


Mrs. Thos. Wagg 


Stephenville Crossing . . 


St. George 


A. D. Butler 


Stock and Knight's Coves 


Bona vista 


Catherine Walsh 


Stone's Cove 


Fortune 


Mary J. Pope 


Summerside 


St. George 


John Barry 


Summerville, B.B. 


Bonavista 


Mrs. Edwd. Humby 


Sunnyside 


Trinity 


Solomon Hutchings 


Sweet Bay 


Bonavista 


Mary M. Kelly 


Sydney, C.B. 


C/ape Breton 


Alex. Mathcson 


Tack's Beach 


Placentia and St. Mary's ... 


Elizabeth Foote 


Terenceville 


Fortune 


Abigail Miles 


Templeman 


Bonavista 


Henry Melindy 


'Thimble Tickles 


Trinity 


George Marsh, jr. 


"Thoroughfare 


" 


John Mills 


Thorburn Road 


St. John's West ' ' 


Mrs. Thos. Tucker. 


"Three Arms 


Twillingate 


Mrs. Fanny Batstone 


Three Rock Cove 


St. George 


Joseph Briand 


Tickle Cove 


Bonavista 


Mrs. A. Skiffington 


Tilt Cove 


Twillingate 


Wm. Cunningham 


Tilton 


Harbor Grace 


Wm. Greeley 


Tilting 


Fogo 


Isabella Burke 


Tizzard's Harbor 


Twillingate 


Mabel J. Small 


Tor's Cove 


Ferry land 


Sarah O'Driscoll 


Tompkins 


St. George 


Jas. T. Tompkins 


Topsail 


Harbor Main 


Annie Moyse 


Torbay 


St. John's East 


Richard J. Ryan 


Traytown 


Bonavista 


Charles Kean. 


Trepassey 


Placentia and St. Mary's . . 


Elizabeth Stevenson 


Trinity " 


Trinity 


Emma C. Hiscock 


Trinity (East) 


(( 


L. G. Mills 


Triton (Little) 


Twillingate 


Mrs. Noah Vincent 


Triton (Great) 


11 


Metena Winsor 


Trouty 


Trinity 


Walter Gover 


Trout River 


St. Barbe 


Charles White 


Turk's Cove 


Trinity 


Bride Hearty 


Turk's Gut 


Port de Grave 


Denis Shea 


Twillingate 


Twillingate 


John White 


Twillingate South 


II 


Eliza Churchill 


Upper Ferry 


St. George 


A. D. Mclsaac 


Upper Gullies 


Harbor Main 


Lavinia Andre\rs 


Upper Small Point 


Bay de Verde 


Grace Hayden 


Upper Rocky Brook . . 


Trinity 


Mary M. Stop 



78 


Post O^e Deportment. 




a&- AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 


Name of OflSce. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Valen Island 
Valleyfield 
Victoria 
Victoria Cove 

Waldron's Cove 

Ward's Harbor 

Wellman's Cove 

Wesleyville 

West Bay 

Western Bay 

Western Ce, White Bay. 

Western Point, LaPoile.. 

Winter Brook 

Whale's Brook 

Whitbourne 

Whiteway 

White Rocks 

Wild Bight 

Williamsport 

Winter Houses 

Witless Bay 

Wood's Island 

Wood's Island Harbor . . 

Woody Island 

York Harbor 



Placentia and St. Mary's 

Bonavista 

Carbonear 

Fogo 

Twillingate 



Bonavista 

St. George 

Bay de Verde 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and LaPoile 



Trinity 



Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Bui'geo and LaPoile 

Ferryland 

St. George 

Placentia and St. Mary's 
St. George 



Robert Lockyer 
Fred Hoskins 
Nicholas Powell 
Olive Torraville 

Matthew Hamiltoa 
Susie B. Rowsell 
Fanny Wellman 
Operator 
Charles Benoit 
Ewen Kennedy 
H. L. Pearce 
Peter McDermott 



Louisa Thorne 
Harold Leslie 
Moses George 
J. T. Stone 
Hettie Young 
Wm. M. Parsons 
Emma Felix 
M. J. Shanahan 
T. M. Costello 
Mrs. Thos. Hynes 
Immer Williams 

A. G. Diamond 



Post Office Department. 



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LABRADOR WINTER ROUTES. 

In winter mails are forwarded via Quebec, Canada, containing letters 
only. 

Notre Dame Bay. 

The s. s. Clyde leaves Lewisporte for the South Side of the Bay every 
Monday (except in four winter months), calling at the following places :— 
Campbelltown, Laurencetown, Botwood, Exploits, Moretou's Harbor, Tiz- 
zard's Harbor, Twillingate, Herring Neck, Little Beaver Cove and Beaver- 
ton (alternately), Horwood's, Change Islands and Fogo. 

Mails for the above places will be closed Saturday at 10.30 p.m. 

Leaving Lewisporte every Friday, the Clyde will proceed to the follow- 
ing places on the North Side of the Bay : — Exploits, Fortune Harbor, New- 
Bay Head, Leading Tickles, Triton, Pilley's Island, Springdale, Boot Har- 
bor, Wellman's Cove (S.C.I.), Ward's Harbor, Little Bay Islands, Little 
Bay, Three Arms, Jackson's Cove and King's Point (alternately), North- 
west Arm, Nipper's Harbor, Snook's Arm, Tilt Cove and Shoe Cove. 

Mails for the above places will be closed every Thursday, at 4 p.m. 
LABRADOR SERVICE. 4 

The e. s. Solivay will perform this service fortnightly, making ten 
trips, commencing the service about the 5th June, sailing from St. Johik's, 
and will call at the following places going and returning : Harbor Grace, 
Catalina, King's Twillsngate, Tilt Cove, Battle Battle Harbor, Spear Har- 
bor, Francis Harbor, Fishing Ship's Harbor, Ship Harbor, Square Island,. 
Dead Island, Snug Harbor, Venison Island, Hawk's Harbor, Bolster's Rock> 
Comfort Bight (alternatnly), Frenchman's Island, Punch Bowl, Sandy Is- 
land, Batteau, Domino, Black Island (coming South only), Indian Tickle, 
Black Tickle, Grady, LonS Island, Cartwright (calling one way only), 
Pack,s Harbor, Rigolette (calling one way only), Indian Harbor, Smoky 
Tickle, White Bears, Horse Harbor, Emily Harbor, Holton, Cape Harri- 
san. Ragged Island, Long Tickle, Macovick Islands, Ilao. 

Northern Labrador. 

The Labrador mail steamer from St. John's connects at Ilac with the 
8. &. Stella Maris which calls at the following named places : Turnavick, 
East and West, Winsor Harbor, Hopedale, Fanny's Harbor, Davis Inlet, 
King's Bay, Ironbound Island, Free Stores, Queen's Lakes, Gall Battery,, 
Savage Island, Salmon Islands, Bam's Tickle, Beachy Island, Dawe's Is- 
land, Lady Bight Island, Moore's Harbor, Mugford Tickle, Shark Gut,, 
Long Tickle, Takutang, Sogling Bay, Nakovak, Ramah, Bear Gut, Maid- 
ment Islands, Watch Islands, Mugford Harbor, Green Cove, Okak, Cut 
Throat North, Barbour Tickle, Lady Bight, Perry's Gulch, Beachy Island, 
St. John's Tickle, Ford's Harbor, Farmyard, Shoal Tickle, Stump Island^ 
Nrin, Hebron. 

The launch Yale connects with the s. s. Solway either at Indian Har- 
bor or Rigolette on her way North, proceeding to the following places la 



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and Covel's Chocolates ; none better. 

Hamilton Inlet : JNoithwest River, French Trading Post, Qillisport, 
Grand River Pulp Company Fost and Kenimon Lumber Post, returning 
to Rigolette, Lester Point, and on to Indian Harbor to connect with the 
Solway on the return trip South. 

STRAITS OF BELLE ISLE AND WHITE 
BAY SERVICE. 

The s. s. Home, leaving Humbermouth, Bay of Islands, every Wednes^ 
day (except four winter months), will call at the following places going 
and returning : Lark Haibor, York Haibor, Trout River, Bonne Bay, Cow 
Head, Poit Saunders, Baitlett's Harbor, Brig Bay, Curraut Island, Salmon 
River, Bonne Esperance, Middle Bay, Isle-aux-Bois, Blanc Sablon, Bradore, 
Flower's Cove, Forteau, Lance-au-Loup, St. Modeste, Ren Bay, Heuly and 
Chateau (alternately), Chimney Tickle, Cape Charles Battle Harbor, Cook's 
Harbor, Cape Norman, Quirpon, St. Leonard's, St. Anthony, Goose Cove, 
Conche, Canada Harbor, Williaaisport, Big Harbor Deep, Fleur de Lys, 
Coachman's Cove, Harbor Round, LaScie, Tilt Cove, Nipper's Harbor, 
Little Bay, Little Bay Islands, Leading Tickle.'^, Fortune Harbor, E.xploits, 
Lewisporte ; returning, calling at above named places to Humbermouth. 

Mails for the above will be closed every Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, 
unless it is ascertained that a later train will connect with the steamer. 

NORTHERN COAST SERVICE. 

The s. s. Prospero will perform this service, leaving St. John's every 
alternate Wednesday (except four winter months), calling at the following 
named places : Bay de Verde or Old Perlican, Trinity, Catalina, Bonavista, 
King's Cove, Salvage, Qreenspond, Pool's Island, Mu>grave Harbor, Seldom' 
Come-By, Fogo, Herring Neck, Twillingate, Moreton's Harbor, Exploits, 
Fortune Harbor, Leading Tickles. Pilley's Is'and, Little Bay Island, Little 
Bay, Nipper's Harbor, Tilt Cove, LaScie, Bale Veite, Coachman's Cove, 
Western Cove, Jackeon's Arm, Harbor Deep, Englee, Conche, St. Julian's, 
Goose Cove, St. Anthony, Griguet, Quirpon and Battle Harbor. 

Mails for the above named places will be closed at the (}. P. 0. every 
alternate Wednesday at 9 o'clock, a. m. 

SOUTH AND WEST COAST SERVICE. 

The South West Coast Service is performed by the s. s. Portia, 
leaving St. John's every alternate Friday, will call at the following named 
places :— Cape Broyle, Ferryland, Renews and Feimense (alternately), 
Trepassey, St. Mary's, Salmonier, Placentia, Marystown, Burin, St. Law- 
rence, Limaline, Fortune, Grand Bank, Belleoram. St. Jacques, Harbor 
Briton, Hermitage, GauUois, Pushthrough, Cape La Huue, Francois, Ren- 
contre, Ramea, Burgeo, Rose Blanche, Channel (Port-aux-Basques), Cur- 
ling, Bonne Bay (Curzon Village.) 

Mails for places betwsen St. John's and Channel foi despatch by the 
steamer will be closed at the G. P. O. every alternate Friday, at 9 a. m., 
and to connect with the steamer at Placentia the following Saturday morn- 

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5ng al 7.30 a.m. If it Phould be possible to hasten delivery of mail matter 
for any of the above named places by despatching it per rail to connect 
with the steaner on her return to Port aux Basques, it will be so sent. 

SOUTH COAST SERVICE. 

The 8. 8. Glencoe performs this service, leaving Placentia every Wed- 
faesday evening after arrival of mail train from St. John's, and will call at 
the following named places :— Burin and St. Lawrence (alternately). For- 
tune, Grand Bank, Belleoram, St. Jacques, Harbor Briton, Hermitage, 
Pushthrough, Balena, Rencontre (each alternate trip), Ramea, Burgee, 
Grand Bruit (each alternate trip), La Poile, Rose Blanche and Channel, 
(Port aux Basques.) 

Mails for the above places will be closed every Wednesday morning at 
7.30 o'clock. A supplementary mail will also be despatched to connect 
with the steamer at I'ort aux Ba.=ques by the following Thursday's express, 
and will be closed at the G. P. 0. every alternate Thuisday at 430 p.m. 

Fortune Bay District. 

The 8. 8. Susu leaves Belleoram every Tliursday after the arrival of 
8. 8. Glencoe from Placentia with mails, and proceeds to the following places : 
Corbiu, Pool's Cove, Bay du Nord, Laily Cove, Rencontre, Stone's Cove, 
AndeiBon's Cove, English Harbor East, Terenceville, Harbor Mille, Little 
Bay Ea«t, Bay L'Argent, Fox Cove. Returning : Fox Cove, Bay L'Ar- 
geut. Little Bay East, Harbor Mille, English Harbor East, Anderson's 
Cove, Stone's < ove. Rencontre, Lally Cove, Bay du Nord, Pool's Cove, 
Belleoram, Garnish, Point Enragee, and back to Belleoram, thence without 
uunece-f>ary delay to St. Jacques, English Harbor West, Mose Ambrose, 
Boxey, Coomb's Cove, Miller's Pas.sage, Little Bay West, Jersey Harbor, 
Harbor Breton, Sagona, Brunette, Great Harbor, Dawson's Cove, Sea! 
Cove, Pass Islands, Grole, Hermitage Cove, Fnrby's Cove, Gaultois, Round 
Harbor, Little Bay, H. B., Great Jervois, Bay du Nord, H. B , Pushthrough, 
Balena, McCalium, Pass Island, Seal Cove, Dawson's Cove, Harbor Breton, 
Coomb's Cove, Boxey, English Harbor West, St. Jacques, Belleoram. 

St. George's, Port-au-Poit. 

The 8. 8. Active leaves St. George's every Monday during summer after 
arrival of train from St. John's, calling at' the following places :— Sandy 
Point, Stephenville, Gravels, Campbell's Creek, Ship Cove, Marches Point, 
Cape George, Mainland, Three Rock Cove, Clam Bank Cove, Black Duck 
Brook, Long Point, West Bay, Boswarlos, Port an Poit. 

Bay of Islands. 

The s. «. Ubique leaves Curliug every Monday and Friday during 
summer after arrival of train from St. John's, calling at the following 
places :— Meadow's Point, Benoit Cove, Maclver's Wood's Island, Middle 
Arm, Lark Harbor, Broom's Bottom, York Harbor. Returning ■ York 
Harbor, Frenchman's Cove, Lark Harbor, Middle Arm, Wood's Island, 
Maclver's Benoit Cove, Meadow's Point, Curling. 



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Baking Powders — hard to beat. 



BY WAGGON. 

Kilbride, Goulds and P^tty Harbor: Daily. 

Ferryland District, every Monday at 7 a.m., and on Tuesday and Thurs- 
day at 6.30 p. m., during summer. Mails close on Monday and 
Thursday at 6.30 p m. during winter. 

For Trepassey Bay, via Ferryland and Eenews, every Monday at 7 a.m. 

and Thursdays 6.30 p.m., in summer ; and Mondays at 6.30 p.m. in 

winter. 
For Portugal Cove and Bell Island every day (Sundays excepted). 

For Broad Cove and Fresb water Valley, daily from 1st May to 21st Oct. 
Bi-weekly from 1st Nov. to 30th April. 

For Toibay, Pouch Cove and Cape St. Francis: Daily at 10 a.m. 

GENERAL DIRECTIONS TO THE PUBLIC. 
Registejed Letters. 

Register all valuable letter*. 

Always communicate to the Postmaster the loss or delay of letters, &c. 

Letters for Canada should be addressed to the Province as well at the 
Post Office. 

Address letters, &c., legibly, and be careful to discriminate between 
places of the same name. 

A letter once posted becomes the property of the person to whom ad- 
dressed, and must be forwarded according to its directions. On no appli- 
cation, however urgent, can it be delivered back to the writer or any olher 
person. 

Letters containing gold or silver money, jewels, or anvthing liable to 
Customs' duty, cannot l3e forwarded by post beyond the Colony. In the 
Colony they 77) ust be registered. Always seal letters containing anything 
of value. 

Letters addressed to mere initials will not be delivered unleses ad- 
dressed in care of a resident, or to some box in the Post Office. 

Letters bearing mutilated stamps, or stamps so soiled and defaced as 
to make it impossible for the assorting clerks to decide whether they have 
been used before or not, will be sent to the Dead Letter Office for adjudi- 
cation. 

Unpaid and insufficiently paid letters and mailable matter, both local 
and foreign, will be charged on delivery with double the amount of post- 
age unpaid. 

Letters are liable for full rates of postage whether posted open or 
sealed. 

Re-directed Letters. 

Letters re-directed to places in Newfoundland, Oreat Britain, Canada 
and the United States, without being taken out of the Po-t Office, are not 
liable to any additional postage, 



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Request Letters. 

Letters addressed to persons in Newfoundland, when sent in enve- 
lopes haying written or printed thereon a request from the sender that the 
Jetrer, if not delivered at the office addressed within a certain time speci- 
fied in the aequest, may be returned to his address as requested, will be 
returned to the sender at the expiration of the time specified. 

Newspapers. 

Always fully pre-pay newspapers, or such will be taxed double the 
amount insufficiently paid. Unpaid newspapers will not be forwarded. 

A newspaper must have no cover, or a cover open at both ends, which 
can be easily withdrawn. It must contain no enclosure. It must have no 
writing thereon but the name and address of ths person to whom it is sent. 

Newspapers over four ounces are charged at book rate, 2c. per lb. 

Books and Circulars. 

A book packet must be left open for inspection, it must not contain 
any enclosure, nor must it exceed twenty-four inches in length, nor twelve 
inches in breaillh or tlepth. The limit of weight of a book packet ad- 
dre.ssed to any plnce within the Colony, Great Britain, Canada or the 
United States, is three pounds. Postage — one cent per two ounces. Cir- 
culars — one cent each under two ounces. 

Patterns and Samples. 

Bona fide patterns and samples of merchandize,'not exceeding twenty- 
four ounces in weight when posted in Newfonndl;ind (for places within 
Newfoundland, uiu-t be prepain by postage stamp at the rate of one cent 
per two ounces weiglit, properly labelled, and put up in such a manner as 
to admit of inspection. 

Packets of patterns and samples, addressed tD any place in Newfound- 
land, can be registered on yffixing thereto stamps to the value of three 
cents, in addition to postage stamps representing ordinary postage rate. 

The limit of weight to Great Britain and British possessions is five 
pouad.s ; the United States, twelve ounces ; and all countries in Europe, 
eiglit ounces. Postage— two cents for the first two ounces, and one cent 
for every additional two ounces. 

No article liable to Customs' duty can ba sent as sample or pattern tn 
a Postal Union country. 

Registration. 
Every letter and packet intended for registration must be handed in 
at the wicl^et, and a receipt obtained therefor. On no account should it 
be dropped into the letter box. The registration fee must be pre-paid on 
registered letters addressed to the Government Departments in St. John's, 
(except the Postal Department), and also on registers sent by the Govern- 
ment offices to the Outports. The registration fee on letters and parcels 



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Carpet-making and Blind-making. 



to places in Newfoundland is three cents, including official registration ; 
to Great Britain, four cents ; to Canada aud the United States, five cents. 

Letters containing coin, etc., will be forwarded in the Colony only 
(charged with double registration fee, if posted without being registered). 
Coins cannot be sent in letters outside of Newfoundland. Such letters will 
always be returned from D. L. 0. to writer. Always obtain a receipt for 
registered letter or packet. 

Matter whieh cannot be sent by Post. 

Any explosive, dangerous or explosive substance, liquids, or anything 
likely to injure the mails or the person of any officer or servant of the 
Post Office. A glass bottle, or glass in any form (except eye-glasses, mi- 
croscopic slides, and spectacles, when properly put up), matches, leechee, 
or fruit. 



List of Countries to which Money Orders may be sent. 



Aden, 

Algeria, 

Antigua, 

Argentine Republine, 

Australia, South & West, 

Austria-Hungary, 

Bahamas, 

Barbados, 

Bechuanaland, 

Belgium, 

Beluthistan, 

Bermuda, 

Borneo, North Britiih 

(Sandahan), 
British Guiana, 
Bulgaria, 
BurmaV, 
Cameroons and Togo 

(West Coast Africa), 
Canada, 
Cape Colony, 
Ceylon, 
Congo Free State (Banana, 

(Borna, and Matildi), 
Cuba, 
Cyprus, 
Danish West Indies (St, 

Croix, St. Thomas), 
Denmark (inc. Iceland 

and Faroe Islands), 
Dominica, 
Dutch East Indies, 
Egypt, 

Falkland Islands, 
France, 
Gambia, 
Germany (and German E. 

Africa Protectorate), 



Gibraltar, 

Gold Coaat, 

Great Britain & Ireland, 

Greece, 

Grenada, 

Hawaii, 

Holland, 

Honduras, 

Hong Kong, 

India (British); Bander- 
Abas, Eushire, Jask & 
Linga (India Postal 
Agencies), 

Italy (with Agencies at 
Tripoli, Assab and 
Massowah), 

Jamaica, 

Japan, 

Labuan, 

Lagos, 

Leeward Islands, 

Lexemborg, 

Mklta, 

Mauritius, 

Mexico, 

Mombassa and Lamu, 

Montserrat. 

Muscat (in Arabia), India 
Postal Agency, i 

Natal, 

Nevis, 

New Guinea (German 
Protectorate), 

NeA South Wales, 

New Zealand, 

Netherlands, 

Norwey, 

Orange River Colonyi 



Panama (British Poetal 

Agency), 
Porto Rico, 
Portugal (Azores and 

Madeira Islands), 
Queensland, 
Roumania, 

Russia (including Finland) 
St. Helena, 
St. Kiits; St. Lucia, St. 

Vincent, 
Salvador, 

Sandwich Ids (Hawaii), 
Sarawak, 
Schyelles Islands, 
Siam, 

Sierra Leone, 
Strains Settlements, 

(Singapore, &c.) 
Sweden, 
Switzerland, 
Tangier, 
Tasmania, 
Transvaal (see Orange 

River Colony.) 
Trinidad, Tobago, and 

Turk's Island, 
Tunis. 
Turkey, 
Constantinople & Sm3-rna, 

(Britikh Postal Agency), 
United States of America), 
Urugay. 

Victoria (Australia), 
Zanzibar (India Postal 

Agency), 
Zululand. [Spain. 

No order can be drawn on 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for celebrated 



POST OFFICE DIRECTORY. NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Post Offices marked (*) are Money Order Offices. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Aaron Arm 
Aaron Cove 
Abbot Cove 
Abraham's Cove 
Adam's Cove 
Admiral's Cove 
Admiral's Beach 
Admiral'* Cove 
Admiral's Cove 
Adventure,Big & Little 
Algueillfcttes 
Alcock Island 



Burgeo and LaPoile 
Fortune 
Twillingate 
St. George ... 
Bay de Verde 
Burin 

Placentia & St 
Ferryland ... 

Bonavista ... 
St. Barbe ... 
Twillingate... 



Mary's 



Alderbnrn 
Alder Island 



. Fogo 



Alexander Bay (Reach) 
Allan Cove 
Allan Island 
Amelia Cove 
Amherst Coves, 

Upper, Mid., Lower 
Anchor Point 

Anderson's Cove 

Anderson's Cove 
Angel's Cove 
Ann's Cove 
Ann's Cove 
Anstey's Cove 
Anthony Island 

Apsey Beach 

Apsey Cove Point . . 

Apsey Cove 

Aquaforte 

Aquiler 

Arehie Campbeirs Ce. 

Argeutia 

Arnold's Gove 



Bonavista ... 

Burgeo and LaPoile .. 

Burin 

St. Barbe ... 

Bonavista ... 
St. Barbe ... 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

'I n 

Burin 

Twillingate... 

Trinity 

St. Gecge .. 

Trinity 

fogo 

Ferryland ... 

Fortune 

St. George ... 

Piacentia & St. Mary's. 



Burgeo. 

GauTtois. 

Fortune Harbor. 

Port au Port. 

C. B. Railway 'A.' 

Grand Bank. 

Salmonier, St. Joseph's. 

Cape Broyle. 

Fermeuse. 

Glovertown. 

Englee. 

Leading Tickles; 

N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 
Norris' Arm. 
Musgrave Harbor; 

S.8. Fogota in summer. 
Glovertown. 
Burgeo. 
Lamaline. 
Griguet. 

Bonavista. 

Flower's Cove in summer; 

Cow Head in winter. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

and s, 8. Susu. 
New Harbor. 
St. Bride's, Placentia. 
Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Lamaline. 
Little Bay Island. 
Ireland's Eye, Britannia 

Cove; T.P.O. in sum. 
Curling. 
George's Brook. 
Musgrave Harbor; 

8.S. Fogota in summer. 
Ferryland. 
Pushthrough. 
Port au Port. 
Argentia. 
Arnold's Cove. 





Post Office department. 


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Saxone Boots and Shoes, British make. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town, 



Ariege Bay 

Aepen Cove 

Aspen Cove & Brook . 

Athlone 

Aviron (Oar) Bay 

Avondale 
Avondale North 
Balcalhoa 
Baccalieu 
Bachelor's Cove 

Back Cove 
Back Cove 
Back Cove 

Back Harbor 
' Bacon Cove 
Badger Bay 

■ *Badger Brook 
Badger Quay 
Baie de Loutre (Otter 

Bay 
Baie Vei te 

Bailey's Point 
» Bailey's Cove 
t *Baine Harbor 

Bait Cove 

Bakan Cove 

Baker's Bk, Bonne B. 

Baker's H".ad 

Baker s Cove 

Baker's Tickle 
» Bald Nap 
i Baldwin Cove 

Balena 

Ballantyne Cove 

Balsam Bud Cove 
K Bank Head 

Bannatyne Cove 

Barachoix, Gt. & Little 

Baiachoix — Big, Mid 
die and Lower 



St. Barbe ... 
Twillingate .. 
Trinity 
Ferryland ... 
Burgeo and La Poile. 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate... 
Bay de Verde 
Placentia & St. Mary' 

Burgeo and LaPoile . 

Fogo 

St. Barbe ... 

Twillingate... 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate... 



Bonavista ... 

Burgeo and LaPoile .., 
St. Barbe . . 



Bonavista ... 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Twillingate... 
St. George . . 
St. Barbe . . 
Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 

i( it 

Trinity 

St. Barbe ... 

Fortune 

St. George . . 

Twillingate.. 

St. George ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's 



Bonne Bay. 
Little Bay Island. 
George's Brook. 
Caplin Bay. 
Coastal T.P.O. West, 

Cape LaHune. 
Avondale. 

Herring Neck. 
Lower Island Cove. 
Valen Island, Placentia 

Bay T.P.O. 
Burgeo. 
Fogo. 
VVestport; Coastal T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Twillingate. 
Avondale. 
Point Leamington or 

Pilley's Island. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Pool's Island. 

Channel. 

Bay Verte; Coastal T.P.O. 

North in summer, 
Bonne Bay. 
Bonavista. 
Baine Harbor, Placentia 

Bay T.P.O. 



Burgeo and LaPoile ... Channel. 



Curling. 

Bonne Bay. 

Trepassey. 

LaPoile. 

Rose Blanche. 

Clarenville. 

Jackson's Arm. 

Balena, per s.s. Clencoe. 

Curling. 

Tilt Cove. 

Railway T.P.O 

Curling. 

Placentia. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Barbaset 

Barr'd Brook 

Barr'd Islands 

Bareneed 

Barren Isl'd (Barport), 

Barrocks 

Barrow 

Barrow Harbor 
Bartlett Cove 
Bartlett Harbor 

Bar Point 
Baeett'a Harbor 

Bateau Cove 

Bateau Cove 

Bateaux Cove 

Bat's Path End 

Bauline 

Bauline 

*Bay Bulla 

Bay Bull's Arm 

Bay d'Est, FortuneBay 

Bay de Est, Her. Bay . 

Bay d'Leau 

Bay d'Leau 

Bay d'Leau Island 

Bay du Loup 

Bay dn Nord, For. Bay 

Bay du Nord, Her. Bay 

Bay de Paris 

Bay D'Espoir 

*Bay de Verde 



Bay des Vieux 
*Bay L' Argent 

*Bay of Islands 
*Bay Roberts 
Bay St. Genevieve 

Bear Brook 



St. Barbe 



Fogo 

Port de Grave 
Placentia & St. Mary'i 
St. Barbe . . 

Fortune 
Bona vista ... 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe . . 

Trinity 
Fogo 

St. Barbe . . 
St. George . . 

St. Barbe ... 
Trinity 

Ferry land ... 

St. John's East 

Ferry land ... 
Trinity 
Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's 
Fortune 

n 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 
Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 
Fortune 
Bay de Verde 



Burgeo and LaPoile 
Fortune 

St. George ... 
Harbor Grace 
St. Barbe ... 



St. George 



Cow Head (Gargamelle 

T.PO.. in summer.) 
Flower's Cove. 
Fogo; s.s. Fogota in sum. 
Clarke's Beach. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Coachman's Cove, Coastal 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
Salvage. 
Little Bay. 
Cow Head in winter; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Shoal Harbor. 
Gander Bay in winter; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 
Tilt Cove. 
Bay of Islands. 
Bonne Bay. 
Shoal Harbor. 
Toad's Cove. 
Pouch Cove. 
Bay Bulls. 
Sunnyside Railway. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 
Pushthrough. 

iBaine Hr., Plac. Bay T.PO. 
Pushthrough. 

do. 
Burgeo. 

Belleoram, s.s. Susu. 
Pushthrough. 
Pacquet, Tilt Cove. 
Gaultois, s.s. Susu. 
Lower Island Cove, and 

s. s. Ethie on Tuesday 

and Saturday morning 

in summer. 
Burgeo. 
Bay L'Argent, via Plac.Bay 

T.P.O. and s.s. Susu. 
Curling. 
Bay Roberts. 
Flower's Cove in summer; 

Cow Head in wi ter. 
Railway T.P.O. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Bear Cove 


Ferryland . . 


Renews, Fermeuse, and 
Witless Bay. 


Bear Cove 


Twillingate 


Little Bay. 


Bear Cove 


(1 


Three Arms. 


Bear Cove 


St. Barbe ".'." 


Flower's Cove. 


Bear Cove 


It 


Westport Coastal T.P.O. 
in summer monthly ; 
Bale Verte in winter. 


Bear Cove, Rocky Hr . 


K 


Bonne Bav. 


Bear Cove 


St. George ... 


P-)rt au Port, Crabbe's Brk. 


Bear's Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Haibor Grace. 


Beachy Cove 


u 


Bay Roberts. 


Beau Bois 


Burin 


Placentia Bav T.P.O. 


Beaver Cove 


Twillingate... 


Tilt Cove. 


Beaver Cove 


(1 


Little Bay. 


Beaver Cove 


Fortune 


Connaigre. 


Beaver Ce, Chimney B. 


St. Barbe . . 


Bonne Bay. 


Beaverton 


Twillingate.. 


Boyd's Cjve in winter; 
N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 


Beaver Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


Englee. 


Birch Bay, Connaigre.. 


Fortune 






Beckford 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Bel burns 


St. Barbe ... 


Cow Head in winter; 
N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 


Bell Harbor 


Fortune 


Rencontre, F.B. 


*Bell Island 


St. John's East 


Bell Island. 


Bell Isle (Lance Cove). 


(( 


Do. 


Belle Isle North 


St. Barbe . . 


Griguet. 


Bell Isle South 


(( 


Conche. 


Bellman's Cove 


St. George ... 


Port au Port. 


*Belleorani 


Fortune 


Belleoram and s.s. Susu. 


Belvie Bay 


St. Barbe . . 


Lock's Cove. 


Ben Batt's Arm 


Twillingate 


Little Bay. 


Bennett Island 


Bona vista ... 


Greenspond. 


Bennett's Cove 


St. George ... 


St. George's. 


Benoit's Cove 


(t 


Curling. 


Benson Point 


Twillingate 


Little Bay. 


Bett's Cove 


(( 


Nipper's Harbor. 


Berry Head 


St. George . . 


Port au Port. 


Beverley Cove 


(1 


Bay of Islands. 


Bevan Cove 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


LaPoile. 


Bide's Arm 


St. Barbe 


Westpoint, Bale Verte 
in win. ; T.P.O.'in sum. 


Bide,s Cove 


(( 


Do. do. 


Biche Arm 


« 


Conche. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Big Brook 
Big Brook 
Big Cove 

Big Island 

Big Salmonier 
Big River, Codroy 
Bill Cove (Middle) 
Billions Cove 
Billy Point 
Birch Cove 
Birch Cove 

Birch Island 
Birchy Bay 



Birchy Cove 

Birchy Cove (Curling) 

Birchy Cove 

Birchy Cove 
Birchy Head 
Bird Cove 
Bird Island Cove 
Bird Islands 

Biscayan Bay 
Biscay Bay 
Bislaop's Cove 

Bishop's Cove 
Bishop Harbor 
Black Brook 

Black Duck Brook ... 

Black Duck Cove 

Black Duck Cove 
Black Duck Cove 

*Blaekhead 
Blackhead 
Blackhead ... 



St. Barbe 
St. George 
St. Barbe 



Burin 

St. George ... 
Bonavista . . 
Burgeo and LaPoile 
Fortune 
Bonavista . . 
Trinity 

Twillingate. . 



bonavista . 
St, George . 
Twillingate. 

Foi tune 

St. Barbe . 
(( 

Trinity 



St. John's East 
Placentia & St. Mary's, 
Harbor Grace 

Port-de-Grave 
Bonavista . . 
Trinity 

St. George . . 

Trinity 

it 
St. Barbe '."." 

Bay de Verde 
'St. John's East 
Twillingate... 



Cape Norman, Griguet. 

Channel. 

Westport, Bale Verte 

in winter; T.P.O. insum. 
Westport, Bale Verte 

in winter; T.P.O. insum. 
Burin. 
Searston. 

Pool's Island, Cape Freels. 
Conuaigre Bay. 



Bonavista. 
Northern Bight, 

T. Bay T.P.O. 
Exploits. 
Lewisporte in winter; 

Canipbellton in summer; 

N. D. Bay T.P.O. 
Bonavista. 
Curling. 
Jackson's Cove, N. D. Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Bay D'Espoir. 
Bonne Bay. 
Flower's Cove. 
Bonavista Ry. T.P.O. 
Britannia Cove, Clarenville 

in winter; T. Bay T.PO. 
Pouch Cove. 

Portugal Cove, Trepassey. 
Spaniard's Bay, 

C. B, Railway " A." 
Brigus. 
Salvage. 
Northern Bight, 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Stephenville Crossing. 

Port au Port. 
British Har., Trinity 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Elliott's C'e T.P.O. in sum, 
Flower's Cove, Cow Head, 

in winter. 
Carbonear, C.B. Ry. " A." 
St. John's. 
Little Bay Island, 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Blackhead Bay 


Bonavista ... 




King's Cove. 


Blackhead Cove 


Fogo 




Seldom-come-by, s.e. Fogota 
in summer. 


Black Island 


Twillingate... 


• •• 


Exploits. 


Black Island Tickle . . 


i( 




(( 


♦Black River 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Blake Pond 


Fogo 




Gander Bay, e.s. Fogota 
in «unimer. 


Blaketown 


Trinity 


■ ■• 


C. B. Railway " B." 


Blanchard 


Fortune 


... 


Harbor Briton. 


Bloody Arm 


Fogo 




Gander Bay, 8.8. Fogota 
in summer. 


Bloomer Harbor 


Bonavista ... 




Flat Island. 


Bloomfield 


u 




Brooklyn, Lethbridge. 


Blow-me-down 


Bay de Verde 




Carbonear C.B. Ry. 


Blow-me-down 


Port de Grave 




Port-de-Qrave. 


Blow-me-down 


St. George ... 




Curling. 


Blow-me-down 


Twillingate. . 




Twillingate. 


Blue Pinions 


Fortune 




St. Jacques. 


Bluff Head Cove 


Twillingate 




Twillingate. 


Bluff Head Cove ... 


Trinity 


... 


George's Brook. 


Bluff Head Cove 


St. George ... 


... 


Stephenville Crossing. 


Boar Island 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Boat Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Baine Harbor, Placentia 
Bay T.P.O. 


Boat Har., Boat Stern. 


St. Barbe . . 




Flower's Cove. 


Bobby's Cove 


Twillingate 




Tilt Cove. 


Bobby's Cove, NewBay 


(( 


... 


Leading Tickles, N. D. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Bob Lock Cove 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Richard's Harbor. 


Bon^h, Great & Little . 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Bonaventuie 


Trinity 


... 


Trinity in winter. 


*Bonavista 


Bonavista ... 




Bonavista. 


*Bonne Bay 


St. Barbe . . 




Bonne Bay. 


Bonne Bay, Her. Bay.. 


Fortune 




Belena. 


Boot Harbor 


Twillingate. . 




Springdale in winter; 
N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 


Bordeaux 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Arnold's Cove. 


Bos Warlos 


St. George ... 


... 


Stephenville Crossing, 
Port au Port. 


*Botwood 


Twillingate . . 




Botwood. 


Boutiton, Hillier'8 Hr.. 


St. Barbe . . 




Englee. 


Bowling Pond Road . . 


Fogo 




Tilton Harbor, Fogo, 
8.S. Fogota in summer. 


Boxey 


Fortune 




St. Jacques, per s.s. Susu, 



100 



Post O^ce Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Hoelling 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Boyd's Island 
Boyd's Cove 

Bradbury's Hill 
Bradley's Cove 
Bragg's Island 

Braha, Great & Little. 

Branch 

Brandy Hr., Cook's H 

Brandy Island 

Braziel 

Bread and Cheese Cove 

Bread Cove, Clode Sd,. 



Brent Island 

Brents Cove 

Brierly Ce, Cape Shore 

Brick Yard 

Bridgers 

Brig Bay 



Brighton 
Biigus 

Brigus Junction 
Brigus South 
Brine's Cove 
Briney's Cove 
Bristol's Hope 
Brownsdale 
^Britannia Cove 



Twillingate. , 



Port de Grave 
Bay de Verde 
Bonavista ... 

St. Barbe ... 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 
Ferryland ... 
Bonavista . . 



St. Barbe ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's 
Trinity 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe ... 

Twillingate ' ' 
Port de Grave 



British Harbor 

Broad Cove 

Broad Ce, Smith's Sd.'. 

now Somerset 
Broad Gove 
Broad Cove, N. Shore.. 
Broad Cove 
Broad Cove 
Broad Cove 
Broad Cove 
Broad Cove 
Broad Cove 
Broad Cove, Rushopn.. 



Ferryland . 
St. Barbe . 
Twillingate 
Carbonear . 
Trinity 



Bay de Verde 
Ferryland ... 
Fortune 
St. George ... 
Bonavista . . 



Twillingate. 

Bovd's Cove in winter; 

N.D.Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
Bay Roberts. 

Carbonear, C.B. Ry. "A." 
Gooseberry Island, B. Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
St. Anthony. 
Placentia, 

\ Turk's Cove, in winter; 
/Steamer in summer. 
Rose Blanche. 
Bay Bulls. 
Port Blandford in winter; 

Charlottetown, B. B. 

T.P.O. in summer. 
St. Anlhonv. 
Tilt Cove, T.P.O. in sum. 
Placentia. 
Clarenville (Elliott's Cove). 

Straits T.P.O.; Cow Head 

in winter. ;' 
Troy town. 
Brigus. 

Railway T.P.O. 
Brigus South. 
Tilt Cove. 

C. B. Railway T.P.O. 

Heart's Content. 

Elliott's Ce., in win ; Trin. 

Bay T.P.O. in summer. 
Trinit)'. 
Dildo; C. B. Railway " B." 

George's Brook. 

Trinity. 

Ca-i - ,nr, C.B. Ry. "A." 



II 
Burin 



St. George. 

King's Cove. 

Greenspond. 

Newman's Sound, Salvage. 

Baine Hr., Plac. B. T.P.O. 



Post Office Department. 



101 



and Spangenburg Medium-priced Pianos. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Broad Cove 


Harbor Main 




Conception Hr., Avondale. 


Broad Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Trepa«9ey. 


Broads 


Harbor Grace 


* > • 


Clarke's Beach. 


Brook Cove 


Trinity 




Heart's Content. 


Brook Cove 


(( 


... 


Hickman's Hr., Elliott's Ce, 
T. Bay T.P.O. in sum. 


Brookfield 


Bona vista ... 


• • • 


Wesley ville. 


Brookfield 


Trinity 




Clarenvillc. 


Brooklyn 


Bonavista . . 




Brooklyn. 


Broom Cove 


Bay-de-Verde 


• >. 


Carbon«ar, C.B. Ry. " A." 


Broom Close 


Bonavista ... 


• • . 


Salvage. 


Broom's ottoin 


St. George ... 


• •. 


Bay of Islands. 


Broom's Point 


St. Barbe ... 


■ .. 


Bonne Bay. 


Brown's Cove 


i( 


... 


Coachman's Cove, N. Coast 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Brown's Covo 


Burin 


... 


Burin. 


Brown s Mead 


Trinity 




Shoal Harbor. 


Brown's Harbor 
Bruce Cove 


Riirrrpn ATifi Tiq1-*'^i1*^ 




Bonavista ... 


t vyin- . , 


Flat Island. 


Brule, or Brewley, 








Merasheen Island . . 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Brunette 


Fortune 




Harbor Briton, 
per s.s. Susu. 


Bryanf 8 Cove, 
Clode Sound 


■Bonavista 


( 


Port Blandford T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Bryant's Cove 


Harbor Grace 




Harbor Grace. 


Buckley's Cove, New- 








man's Sound 


Bonavista ... 


... 


Salvage. 


Bull Arm 


Trinity 




Railway T.P.O. 


Bull Cove 


Port de Grave 


... 


Brigus. 


Bull Cove 


Burin 




Burin. 


Bullock's Tickle 


Bonavista ... 


... 


Salvage. 


Bunyan Ce, Clode Sd . 


II 


... 


Port Blandford, Bon. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 


*Burgeo 


Burgeo and LaPoile ... 


Burgeo. 


Burgeo, now Chambers 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Burgoyne's Cove 


Trinity 


... 


George's Brook, Trinity Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 


*Buri 


Burin 




Burin. 


Burin North 


a 




*Burin North. 


Burin Bay Arm 


i( 




Burin. 


Burn'^Cove 


Ferry land ... 




Toad's Cove. 


Burnt Arm 


Twillingate 




Botwood. 


Burnt Bay, Lewisporte 


(1 




Lewisporte. 


Burnt Brook 


Trinity 




Shoal Harbor. 


Burnt Cove, or Harbor 


Twillingate 




Little Bay Island. 



102 


Post Office Department. 


AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Burnt Head 
Burnt Island 



Burnt Island 
Bnrnt Island 

Burnt Island 
Burnt Islands 
Burnt Point 
Burnt Woods 
Burton's Pond 
Burt's Cove 
Burying Place 
Bmsey's Point 

Bustard Cove 

Butcher's Cove 
Butler Brook 
Butler Cove 

Butler Cove 
Butt Cove 
Butter Harbor 
Button Hole Cove 
Byrne Cove 
Cabot Island 
Cain's Island 
Canada Bay 
Canaille 
Candle Cove 
Canning Cove 
Cann Island 
Canaries 
Campbell's Cove 

Campbellton 

Cap Cove 
Cape Anguille 
Cape Ballard 
Cape Bauld 
Cape Bonavista 
*Cape Broyle 
Cape Cove 



Port de Grave 
Bonavista ... 



Twillingate 



Placentia & St. Mary's 
Burgeo and LaPoile . . 
Bay de Verde 

Twillingate .. 
Fogo 

Twillingate... 
Fogo 

St. Barbe . . 

Bonavista ... 

St. George . . 
Twillingate... 

Trinity 

Twillingate... 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Twillingate... 

Bonavista ... 
Burgeo and LaPoile . 
St. Barbe . . 
Bonavista . . 



Fogo 

St. Barbe , 

St. George . 

Twillingate. 

Trinity 

St. George . 

Ferryland . 

St. Barbe . 

Bonavista . 

Ferryland . 
Fogo 



Cupids. 

Qlovertown, Deer Island, 
in winter; Bon. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 

Exploits. 

Leading Tickles, N. D. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Rose Blanche. 

Carbonear, C. B. Ry. "A." 

Nipper's Harbor. 
Change Islands. 
Tilt Cove. 
Gander Bay, s.s. Fogota 

in summer. 
Bonne Bay, Port-au-Choei, 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Garabo. 
St. George. 
Leading Tickles, N. D. Bay 

T.P.O. 
Northern Bight. 
Exploits. 
Channel. 
Tilt Core. 
Twillingate. 
Greenspond. 
Rose Blanche. 
Englec. 
Bonavista. 
Greenspond. 
Musgravetown. 
Seldom-come.by. 
Englee. 
Stephenville Crossing, 

Port-au-Port. 
Lewisporte, N. D. Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Trinity. 

Codroy, Searstown. 
Renews. 
Griguet. 
Bonavista. 
Cape Broyle. 
Fogo. 



Post Office department. 



m 



Brinsmead — England's Prem 


ier Piano. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Cape Dog 


Piacentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Whitbourne. 


Cape Fogo 


Fogo 


• • • 


Fogo. 


Cape Freels 


Bonavista ... 


• •• 


Wesleyville, Fogo T.P.O. 


Cape Gregory 


St. George . . 


, , 


Trout River, Straits T.P.O. 


Cape Island 


Fogo 


, , 


Wesleyville. 


Cape LaHune 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Cape La Hune. 


Cape Mutton 


Piacentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Cape Norman 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Lock's Cove in winter ; 
steamer in summer. 


Cape d'Ognon, or 








Cape Onion 


(1 


> •• 


Griguet. 


Cape Pine 


Piacentia & St. 


Marj'fi. 


Trepassey. 


Cape Race 


« (1 


■ •• 


Portugal Cove. 


Cape Ray 


<i II 


• •* 


Railway T.P.O. 


Cape Rodger Harbor. . 


Burgeo and LaPoile ... 


Piacentia Bay T.P.O. 


Cape Rouge Harbor . . 


St. Barbe ... 




Conche. 


Cape Spear 


St. John's East 




St. John's. 


Cape St. Francis 


(1 




Pouch Cove. 


Cape St. Mary's 


Piacentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Piacentia. 


Caplin Bay 


Ferryland ... 




Caplin Bay. 


Caplin Bay 


St. George ... 




Curling. 


Caplin Cove 


Bay de Verde 




Lower Island Cove. 


Caplin Cove 


Ferryland ... 




Toad's Cove. 


Caplin Cove 


Harbor Grace 




Harbor Grace. 


Caplin Cove 


Trinity 




Northern Bight. 


Caplin Cove 


Twillingate... 




Exploits. 


Caplin Cove 


It 




Little Bay Island. 


Caplin Cove 


11 




Tilt Cove. 


■*Carbonear 


Carbonear 




Carbonear. 


Carbonear Island 


11 




11 


Card's Harbor 


Twillingate.. 




Pilley's Island. N. D. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Carmanville 


Fogo 




Gander Bay in winter ; 
s.s. Fogota in summer. 


Carter's Cove 


Twillingate 




Moreton's Harbor. 


Cartyville 


St. George . . 




Robinson's Head. 


Cascade Cove 


Fortune 






Pushthrough. 


Caetle Cove 


Bonavista 






King's Cove. 


Castor's Harbor 


St. Barbe 






Bonne Bay. 


Castor's River 


(( 






11 


*Catalina 


Trinity 






Catalina. 


Cat Bay 


Bonavista 






Qajnbo. 


Cat Cove 


St. Barbe 






Englee. 


Cat Harbor 


Fogo 






Wesleyville, in winter; 








T.P.O. in summer. 


Cat's Cove 


Burin 


,, 


• •• 


Burin, 



15 



Post Office Depar'tmtnl. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD, Agents for Dulsanel 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Cat's Ce, Avondale N 

Cavendish 

Centre Cove 

(Centre Cove (Chance) 

Chaleur Bay 

Chalker's Cove 

Chamberlains 

Chamber's Brook 

Champneys 

Chance Cove 
Chance Cove 
Chance Harbor 
*C]iange Islands 
^Channel 
l!hapel Arm 
Chapel IsUnd 
Cliapel's Cove 
Chapel's Island 
Charlie Shear's Cove. , 

Charlottetown 

Child's Point 
Chimney Bay 
Chimney Cove 

Chouse rook 

Church Cove 

Church Cove 

Cinq Cerfs 

Cinq lies Bay 

Clam Ce (Glamorgan), 

Clam Bank Cove 

*Clarenville 
*Clarke's Bench 
Clarke's Brook 
Clarke's Cove 
Clatise Harbor 
Clay Cove 
Clay Pits 
Clode Sound 
Clown's Cove 
Uoacnman's Cove 



Harbor Main 
Trinity 

Ferry land ... 
Burgeo and LaPoile . 
St. Barbe ... 
Harbor Main 
St. Barbe . . 
Trinity 

Ferry land ... 

Trinity 

Twillingate... 

Fogo 

Burgeo and LaPoile .. 

Trinity 

Twillingate... 

Harbor Main 

Fortune 

St. George ... 

Bonavista . . 

St. George . . 
St. Barbe ... 
St. George ... 

St. Barbe . . 

St. John's East 

Ferryland ... 

Burgeo and LaPoile ... 

Fortune 

Ferryland ... 

St. George ... 

Trinity 

Port de Grave 

St. George .. 

Twillingate... 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

St. Barbe ... 

Trinity 

Bonavista ... 

Bay de Verde 

St. Barbe ... • 



Avondale. 
.. I Heart's Contenr. 
Bay Bulls Arm, Ry T.P.O. 
Renews. 

South Coast T.P.O. 
Flower's Cove. 
Topsail. 
Flower's Cove. 
Bonavista Railway T.P.O. 

(English Har., Steamer). 
Renews. 

Chance Cove, via Rantem. 
Moreton's Harbor. 
Change Islands. 
Channel. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Twillingate, Moreton's Hr. 
C. B. Railway T.P.O. ' A." 
Belleorani, per Susu. 
Stephenville Crossing,, 

Port au Port. 
Port Blandfort in winter; 

B.B. T.P.O. in summer. 
Curling. 
En glee. 
Trout River, Straits T.P.O. 

Coachman's Cove, JN . E. 

Coast T.P.O. in summer. 
Torbay. 
Cape Broyle. 
La Poile. 

Belleoram, per Susu. 
Ferryland. 
Stephenville Crossing, 

Port au Port. 
Clarenville. 
Clarke's Beach. 
Curling. 



Placentia Bay T.P.O 
Englee. 

Northern Bight. 
Port Blandford. 
Carbonear, C. B. Ry. 
Coachman's Cove. 



J 



Post Office Department. 



iOfe 



Tubular and Pneumatic Pipe Organs. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Coachman's Island ... 

Coal All 

Cobbler's Island 

Cobb's Arm 

Cock and Hen Cove ... 

Codner 

Codroy 

Cod's Head Cove 

Cod Jack's Cove 

Codrick's Cove 

Coffee Cove 

Colcbebter 

Clod Harbor 

Coley's Point 

Collier's 

Collin's Gove 
Columbier Island 
CollettCove 
Come-by-chance 

Come-by-chauce Vge. 
Comfort Cove 

♦Conception Harbor.. 
Conche 
Coney Arm 
Confusion Bay 
Conn 

Connaigre Bay 
Conne River 
Connoire Bay 
Cook's Cove 
Cook's Cove 
Cook's Harbor 

Coomb's Cove 
Cooper' .-t Gove 
Cooper's Cove 
Cooper's Point 
Coppet 
Coibin 
Corbin 

Cormorandier 
Cornelius Island 
*Corner Brook 



Burin 

Twillingate... 

Bona vista ... 

Twillingate... 

Fortune 

Harbor Main 

St. George ... 

Burgeo and LaPoile ... 

Twillingate... 

Fogo 

Twillingate... 

Bonavista ... 
Harbor Grace 
Harbor Main 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 



Twillingate... 

Harbor Main 

St. Barbe ... 
(I 



Fortune 



Burgeo and La Poile.. 

Trinity 

St. George ... 

St. Barbe ... 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's 
11 11 

St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 

Burin 

Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and La I'oile.. 

St. George ... 



Burin. 
Twillingate. 
Greenspond. 
Herring Neck. 



Kelligrews. 
Searstown. 
La Poile. 



Change Island- 



Nipper's Harbor. 
Greenspond. 
Bay Roberts. 
Avondale. 

Burin. 

Placentia. 
Gome-by-chance, via 

Railway T.P.O. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Lewisporte, Campbellton, 

N.D.B. T.P.U. in sum. 
Avonda'e. 
Conche. 

Jackson's Arm, N. T.P.O. 
Tilt Cove. 

Belleoram, per Susu. 
Har. Briton, per Susu. 
Gaultois, per Susu. 
Burgeo, or Grand Biuit. 
Old Perlican, L. I. Cove. 
Bay of Islands. 
Lock's Cove, in winter ; 

T.P.O. iu summer. 
St. Jacques, per Susu. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Argentia, Plac. Ry. T.P.O. 
Bonne Bay. 
Ramea. 
Burin. 

Belleoram, per Susu. 
Conche. 
Burgeo. 
Railway T.P.O. 



106 


Post Office Departn 


wii. 


AYRE & SONS, LTD. Specifications 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Po8t Town. 



Corner Bk, N. E. Arm 

Codner 
Cotrel's Cove 

Cottell's Island, now 

St. Brendan's, 
Cottle Cove, Farmer's 

Arm, 
Country Path 
Courage's Beach 
Collier's Bay Cove .. 
Coliuet 
Colinet It^Iand 
Coward's Island 
Cow Cove, Cow Head. 
Cow Harbor 
Ciabbe's Brook 
Crabb's Hole 
Crane's Brook 
Crawley's Cove 
Crawley's Island 
Creek 

Cremaille 

Cripple Cove 

Croc 

Crocker's Cove 

Cross Island 

Croucher Cove 

Crow Head 

Crow Head 

Cub Ce, White Bear B. 

Cuckold's Cove 

Cuckold's Cove 

Cul de Sac 



Twillingate... 

Harbor Main 
Twillingate. . 

i-Bonavista 



} 



Twillingate 
Harbor Grace 



Trinity 
Placentia & St. 

Bonavista . . 
St. Barbe . . 

St. George ... 
Placentia & St. 
Harbor Grace 
St. Barbe ... 
Placentia & St. 
St. George ... 



Mary's. 

Mary's. 
iJary's. 



St. Barbe ... 
St. John's East 
St. Barbe . . 
Carbonear ... 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Twillingate... 



Cull Harbor 
Cull Harbor 
Cull Island 

*Cupid3 
Curling 
Current Island 



St. George ... 
Burgeo and La 
St. John's East 
Trinity 
Burgeo and La 

Bonavista ... 



Poile... 
Poile!!! 



Twillingate . . 

Port-de-Grave 
St. George . . 
St. Barbe ... 



Little Bay, N. D. Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Kelligrewp. 
Point Leamington in win. • 

N. D. Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
Glovertown in winter ; 

B. Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
Lewisporte, N. D. Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Bay Roberts. 
Harbor Grace. 
Chance Cove. 
Whit bourne. 
St. Joseph's. 

Flat Island, Salvage in win. 
\Cow Head, Straits T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Bay Roberts. 
Bonne Bay. 
Long Harbor. 
Stephenville Crossing, 

Port au Port. 
St. Anthony. 
Pouch Cove. 
Conche. 
Carbonear. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Little Bay Island. 
Twillingate. 
Bay of Islands. 
Burgeo. 
King's Bridge. 
Trinity. 
Cape La Hune, per 

Coastal T.P.O. 
Glovertown. 
Pool's Island. 
Leading Tickles, 

N. D. Bay T.P.O. 
Cupids. 
Curling. 

Straite of Belle Isle T.P.O. 
in summer ; 
Cow Head iu ■winter. 



Post OJice Department. 



107 



and Estimates for Church Organs given. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Cuslett 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Cutwell Arm 


Twillingate... 


... 


Little Bay Island. 


Curling 


St. George . . 


... 


Curling. 


Cutwell Harbor 


Twillingate... 


... 


Ward's Hr., N.D.B. T.P.O. 


Damnable Harbor ... 


Bonavista ... 


... 


Salvage. 


Dancing Cove 


(( 


... 


King's Cove. 


Daniel's Cove 


Bay-de- Verde 


... 


Old Perlican, L. I. Cove. 


Daniel's Cove, Random 


Trinity 




George's Brook. 


Daniel's Harbor 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Straits T.P.O. in summer; 
Cow Head in winter. 


Daniel's Point 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Dantzic Coves 


Burin 




Lamaline. 


Dark Core 


Bonavista ... 


. .. 


Gambo. 


Dark Cove 


(1 




Salvage. 


Dark Harbor, Random 


Trinity 


... 


Northern Bight. 


Dark Hole 


(( 


... 


CJlarenville. 


Dark Tickles, Brighton 


Twillingate. . 




Pilley's Island, Troytown. 


Darrell's Home 


Port-de-Grave 


■ • • 


Port-de-Grave. 


Davy Button's Cove . . 


Twillingats. . 


■ ■• 


Twillingate. 


Davis Cove 


u 




(( 


Davies Ce, near Ch'bers 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Dawson's Cove 


Fortune 


• •• 


Hermitage Ce, per Susu 


Dead Isles, or Isles 








aux Morta 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Dead Lobster Bay . . 


Fortune 




Pushthrough. 


Deadman's Bay 


St. John'e East 


• • , 


St. John's. 


Deadman's Bay, Cat H. 


Fogo 


• •* 


Wesley ville; Fogota in sum 


Deadman's Cove 
Deadman's Gove 


Fortune 

St. Barlje . . 






'.'.'. 


Flower's Cove, Cow 








Head in winter. 


Degrat du Cheval 


1( 


• • • 


Englee. 


Deep Bight, Random... 


Trinity 




Northern Bight. 


Deep Cove 


Ferryland . . 




Caplin Bay. 


Deep Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Deep Cove 


Bujgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Deep Cove 


St. Barbe . . 




Griguet. 


Deep water Bay 


Twillingate. 


. .. 


Exploits. 


Deepwater Cove 


St. Barbe .. 


. .. 


Bonne Bay. 


Deer Brook 


K 


. 


K 


Deer Harbor 


Trinity 


... 


Britannia Cove, T. Bay, 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Deer Harbor (Lower)... 


(( 


.. 


Fox Har., Northern Bight. 


Deer Island 


Bonavista ... 


... 


Gooseberry Island, B. Bay, 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Deer Island 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Ramea. 


Deer Lake 


St. George ... 


*• • 


Railway T.P.O. 



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Post Office Deparhnenl, 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. 



Name of Place. 



Diutrict. 



Post Town. 



Delby'a Cove 
Denier Islrnd 
Denier Island 
Divil's Bay, Rencontre 
Devil's Cove 



Dil.lo 
Dildo Run 
Dirty Cove 
Dock Ridge 
Dock, Bareiieed 
Doctoi's Harbor 
Doctor's Harbor 
Dodding Head 
Dog Bay, Hoi woods 



Trinity 
Bonavista ... 
Twiilingate. . 
Buigeo and La Poile. 
St. Barbe ... 



Trinity 

Twiilingate... 

Bonavista ... 

Harbor Main 

Port- de- Grave 

Buigeo and La Poile. 

Fortune 

Burin 

Fogo 



Dog Cove, CottelV's Id. Bonavista 



Dog Cove 

Dog Cove 

Dog Cove 

Dog Hr., Merasheen ... 

Dog Island, Bird Cove, 

iJog Peninsula 
Dollard Arm 

DoUman's Point 
Dolly Cove 
Dominion Point 
Dossenger's Cove 
Doyle's Station 
Doting Cove 
Dragoon B.iy, near 

Richard's Harbor . . 
Drake Cove 
Dread fall Point 
Drogheda 
Droke 

Duggan's Core 
Dunsmere 
*Dunville 
Durant Island 
Duricle 



Burgeo and La Poile... 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 

I St. Barbe / 

Twiilingate... 

Bonavista ... 
Trinity 
Twiilingate... 
St. Baibe ... 
^t. George ... 
Fogo 

Burgeo and Lal'oile . . 
Bonavista ... 
Burgeo and La Poile ... 
Port de Giave 
Placentia & St. Mary'-- 

St. Barbe ... 
St. John's West 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Burgeo and La Poile . . 
Burin 



Shoal Harbor, Trinity. 

Salvage. 

Pilley's Island. 

S.S. Qlencoe. 

Jackson's Arm, Baie Verte, 

in winter; N.E. Coast 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Dildo. 

Farmer's Arm. 
Salvage. 
Avondale. 
C.B. Railway, 'A.' 
Burgeo. 

Belleoram, per Susu. 
Burin. 
Bovd's Cove in winter; 

N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 
Glovertown; B B. T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Gam bo. 
Pushthrough. 
Salmonier. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Flower's Cove, Bonne Buy, 

in winter. 
Three Arms, N.D.B. T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Gam bo. 

Britannia Cove. 
Botwood. 

Coachman'ss Cove. 
Doyle's Station, Ry T.P.O. 
Musgrave Harbor. 

Pushthrough, per Susu. 
Gambo. 
Channel. 
Brigus. 
^■''•ca' Cove, Tropissey 

linglee. 

St. Ann's, C.B. Railway. 
Placentia Railway. 
Channel. 

Placentia, Beaubois, 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 



Post Office Department. 



109 



Gramaphones from $15.00 upwards. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Poet Town. 


Durrell's Arm 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


East Bay- 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


LaPoile. 


Easter Cove, Indian Id. 


Fogo 


Seldom-come-by, 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 


East Point 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


LaPoile. 


Eastern Tickle 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Eboulementa, Port au 






Ohoix 


St. Barbe ... 


Bonne Bay, T.P.O. in sum. 


Edny's Cove 


<( 


Flower's Cove. 


Elliott's Cove 


Trinity 


Elliott's Cove; Clasen. S. 


Elliott's Point 


Twillingate... 


Exploits. 


EUiston 


Trinity 


Bonavista Ry T.P.O. 


Emberley's Pond 


Twillingate... 


Boyd's Cove, N.D. Bay; 
T.P.O. m summer. 


Engbe 


St. Barbe . . 


Englee. 


English Cove 


Harbor Main 


Collier's, Avondale. 


English Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Mary's. 


English Harbor 


Bonavista . . 


Greenspond. 


English Harbor East- 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 
per Susu. 


English Harbor West . 


(( 


St. Jacques, per Susu. 


Enylish Harbor 


St. Barbe ... 


Couche. 


English Harbor 


Trinity 


Trinity; Bonavista Ry. 


*Epworth 


Burin 


Epworth. 


Evan's Rack, Rondom. 


Trinity 


Clarenville. 


^Exploits 


Twillingate... 


Exploits. 


Exploits, (Lower Har.) 


i( 


« 


F-cheux Bay 


Burgeo and LaPoile ... 


Pushthrough. 


F- ir Island 


Bonavista ... 


Hare Bay in win. ; Bon. B. 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Famish Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Nfld. Railway T.P.O. 


Fatewell Harbor 


Fogo 


Change Islands, or Little 
Beaver Cove. 


Farm 


St. George . . 


Bay of Islands. 


Farmer's Arm 


Twillingate 


Lewisporte in winter; 
N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 


Farmer's Arm, N.W.I. 


K 


Lewisporte, 


Farrell's Cove 


(1 


Foriune Harbor. 


Feather Point 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace. 


Felix Cove 


St. George ... 


Port au Port, Stephenville 
Crossing. 


Frmme 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per Susu. 


Fermeuse 


Ferrvland ... 


Fermeuse. 


Ferrgle Point, &c. . . 


St. Barbe . . 


Bonne Bay in winter; 
T,P,0. in summer, 



no 



Post Office Department. 





AYRE & SONS, 


LTD. Gramaphone 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


*Ferryland 


Ferryland ... 


Ferryland. 


Fichot Islands 


St. Barbe ... 


St. Julien's, N.E. Coast 
T.P.O. 


Fishell's Brook 


St. George ... 


Railway T.P.O. 


Fish Head Cove 


Burgeo and LaPoile ... 


LaPoile. 


Five Islands Bay 


Fortune 


Belleorani, per Susu. 


Flag Staff 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Flanibro Head 


Bay de Verde 


Lower Island Cove, 


Flat Bay 


St. George ... 


Railway T.P.O. 


Flat Islands 


Bonavista . . 


Salvage in winter; 

Bon. Bay T.P.O. in sum. 


»Flat Island 


Burin 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Flat Island, St. John's 


1 St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay; Straits T.P.O. 


Bay, 


in summer. 


Flat Rock 


Carbonear 


Carbonear, C.B. Ry. 


Flat Rock, Aquaforte.. 


Ferryland ... 


Ferryland. 


Flat Rock 


St. John's East 


Flat'Rock. 


Fleur de Lys 


St. Barbe 


Coachman's Cove. 


Flipper Cove 


Bonavista . . 


Glovertown. 


Fort Amherst 


St. John's East 


St. John's. 


Fort Point 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Flower's Cov3 


St. BaVbe 


Flower's Cove. 


Flower's Island 


Bonavista ... 


Pool's Island. 


Flurry's Right 


TwiUingate 


I''ortune Harbor. 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Foote's Cove 


Burin 


Burin, 


Forrester's Point 


St. Barbe ... 


Bonne Bay in winter; 
Straits T.P.O. in sum. 


♦Foster's Point 


Trinity 


Elliott's Cove. 


♦Fortune 


Burin 


Fortune. 


Fortune Arm 


St. Bnrbe ... 


Giiguet. 


♦Fortune Harbor 


TwiUingate 


Fortune Harbor. 


Fourchette 


St. Barbe ... 


Englee. 


Fox Bay or Cove 


Bonavista ... 


Greenspond. 


Fox Cove 


Burin 


Beaubois, Plac. Bay T.RO. 


Fox Cove 


Foi tune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Aigent, 


Fox Harbor 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


per Susu. 
Fox Harbor. 


Fox Harbor 


Trinity 


Northern Bight, T. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Fox Head Cove 


Fogo 


Change Islands. 


Fox Island 


Burgeo and LaPoile ... 


Raj7ea. 


Fox Island 


Fortune 


Gaultois, 


Fox Island River 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Ramea. 


Fox Point 


St. Barbe . . 


St. Anthony. 



Post Office Deparimeni. 



Ill 



Records from 65cts., double-sided ; large stocks. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Poet Town. 


Fox Koost 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Channel. 


Foxtraj) 


Harbor Main 


C.B. Railway. 


Francis Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Valen Island, Placentia 
Bay T.P.O. 


Francois, near Ren- 
contre, 


Burgeo and LaPoile | 


Coastal T.P.O. West via 
Rencontre, per Glencoe. 


Frank Ipland 


II II 


Burgeo. 


Frencli Cove 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Fredericton 


Fogo 


Carman ville in winter; 
Fogota in summer. 


French's Cove 


Port de Grave 


Bay Roberts. 


French Island Harbor. 


St. Barbe . . 


Flower's Cove. 


Frenchman's Cove . . 


Ferryland ... 


Renews. 


Frenchman's Cove 


Burin 


Garnish. 


Frenchman's Ce Beach 


St. George ... 


Bay of Islandn. 


Frenney Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


♦Freshwater 


Bay de Verde 


Carbonear. 


Freshwoter 


Ferryland ... 


Ferryland. 


Freshwater 


II 


Renews. 


Freshwater, Placentia.. 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Jersey Side. 


Freshwater 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Freshwater 


St. John's East 


Freshwater, St. Philip. 


Freshwater, Bell ItVdud 


II 


Bell Island. 


Freshwater Bay- 


Bonavista ... 


Gambo. 


Freshwater Bay 


St. John's East 


St. John's, CD. 


Freshwater Bay 


Ferryland . . 


Toad's Cove. 


Friday's Bay 


Twillingate 


Lewisporte in winter; 
N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 


Frost Cove 


II 


Moreton's Haibor. 


Fry's Beach 


II 


Little Bay. 


Furby's Cove 


Fortune 


Qaultois, Hermitage Cove 
per Susu. 


Fouschie 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Facheux. 


Gad's Harbor 


St. Barbe ... 


Bjnne Bay. 


Gad's Harbor 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Gales' Harbor 


St. George ... 


Codroy. 


Gales' Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


(ialiboy Harbor 


^11 1. 


LaPoile. 


(jlallow'a Cove 


Ferryland ... 


Witless Bay. 


Callow's Harbor, St. 






Joseph's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


*Qander Bay 


Fogo 


Gander Bay. 


*Gambo 


Bonavista . . 


Gambo. 


Gaigamelle 


St. Barbe ... 


Bonne Bay in winter; 
Straits T.P.O. in sum. 


Gam 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


LaPoile. 



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Post Office JDepartment. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post TOWD. 



Garnish, Gt. & Little . . 
Garrott'a Cove 

Garrett's 

Qaskier's (Gascoigne... 

Gaster's 

^Qaultois 

Genevieve Bay 

George's Brook 

George's Cove 

George's Cove 

Georgestown 

Giles' Point 

Gillams 

Gillard's Cove 

Gin Cove, Smith's Sd . 

Glenburnie 

*Glen\vood 
Glide Brook 
Glover Harbor 

Gloveitiwn 
Goblin Bay 
God Bay 
Goddenville 
Godrather's Cove 

God Hr., near Garnish 
Gold Cove, White Bay 

Golden Bay 
Goldson's Arm 
Good Bay, Poit au 

Choix 
Goose Arm 
Goose Bay 
Gooseberry 
Gooseberry Cove 

Gooseberry Island ... 

Gooseberry Island ... 
Goose Cove 

Gillisport 



Fortune 
Trinity 



Placentia & St. Mary's 

Harbor Main 

Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 

Trinity 



Port de Grave 
St. George ... 

Tvvillingate. . 

Trinity 

St. Barbe . . 

Twillingate 
St. George ... 
Twillingate 

Bona vista ... 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile.., 

Harbor Grace 

St. Barbe . . 

Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Twillingate 

St. Baibe 

St. George . . 
Bonavista . . 
Placentia & St. Mary's 
Trinity 

Bonavista ... 

St. Barbe ... 
II 

Labjador . . 



Marystown, and per Susu. 
Bay Bulls Arm; 

is'fld. Raib-ay T.P.O. 
Northern Bight. 
St. Mary's, 
Avondale. 
Gaultois. 
Bijnne Bay. 

George's Brook, B.B. Ry. 
Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, 
Northern Bight. 
Brigus. 
Bay of Islends (Curling.) 

u 

Twillingate. 
George's Brook. 
Bonne Bay in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Glenwood; Nfld. Rv. 
Railway T.P.O 
Leading Tickles; 

Leamington in winter. 
Glovertown. 
Pushthrovgh. 
Channel. 
Spaniard's Biy. 
Western Cove, White Bav, 

N. Coastal T.P.O. 
Westport, White Bay, 

N. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 
Garnish. 
Placentia. 
Herring Neck. 
Bonne Bay in wiuier; 

Straits T.P.O. in "uni. 
Bav of Islands (Curling.) 
B.B. Railway. 
Placentia. 
jiNorthein Bight, Fox Hav., 

in summer. 
Glovertown, Bonavista Bay, 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Flower's Cave. 
St. Anthony, N.E. Coast 

T.P.O. 
Labrador T.P.O. 



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New York Underwriters Agency. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Goose Cove 


Trinity 


Trinity Harbor. 


Goufre 


St. Barhe . . 


Englee. 


Goulds (Biigus) 


Port de Grave 


C.B. Railway T.RO. 


Goulds, Bay Bulls Rd. 


St. John,s West 


Goulds. 


Goulds Point & Brook.. 


St. Barbe . . 


Flower's Cove. 


Governor's Island 


(1 


Curling. 


Grand Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


*Grand Bank 


Buiin 


Grand Bank. 


Grand Beach 


u 


It 


Grand Brook 


Burgeo and L\ Poile... 


Channel. 


Grand Bruit 


11 11 


Grand Bruit. 


Grand Ce, ConfusionB. 


St. Barbe .. 


Tilt Cove. 


Grandes Ilettes Har.... 


U 


Conche. 


Grandes Oiets 


u 


11 


Grand Vacbe 


u 


VVestport, White Bav, 
N.E. Coast T.P.O'sum. 


Grand Ferry 


Fortune 


Garnish. 


Grand John 


(( 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 


• 




per Susu. 


Grand La Pierre 


ti 


11 


Gransway 


St. Barbe ... 


Conche. 


*GranJ River 


St. George . . 


Searstown. 


Grandy's Brook 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Grandy'e Island 


11 11 


11 


Grandy's Island 


St. Barbe ... 


Westpoit, White Bay, 
N. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 


Grandy's Passage 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


Grandy's Point 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Valen, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Grant's Cove 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per Susu. 


Grapnell Cave 


St. Barbe . . 


Tilt Cove. 


Grassy Brook 


Placentia k St. Mary's. 


Trepa&sey. 


Grate's Cove 


Bay de Verde 


Lower Is. Ce., Old Perlicau. 


Gravels, now Port au 






Port 


St. Geoige ... 


Stephenville Crossing. 


*Great Burin 


Burin 


Burin. 


Great Cat Arm 


St. Barbe ... 


Jackson's Arm, N. Coastal 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Great Codroy River . . 


St. George . . 


Searstown. 


Great Colinet Island. . 


Placentia & St. Marv's. 


St. Joseph's. 


Great Coney Arm 


St. Barbe ... 


Jackson's Arm, White Bay, 
N. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 


Great Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


LaPoile. 


Great Har.. Connaigre. 


Fortune 


per Susu. 


Grey River 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Ramea, 



lU 


Post Office Department. 


AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Ships' 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Great Harbor Deep . . 

Great Island 
Great Jervois 
Great Lawn 
Great Merasheen 
Great Mosquito Cove... 
Great Paradise 

Great St. Joseph's ... 
Great Southern Har. . . 
Green Bay 

Green Cove and Island 
Green Head 
Green Gardens 
Green Island 
Green Island Brook . . 
Green Island Cove . . 
Green Island Cove ... 
Green Point 
Green Point 
Green Bight 
Green's Harbor 
*Qreenspond 
Qreenspond, now 

Williamsport, 
Greep's Nest 
Creep's Nest 
Gregory River 

Qriguet 

Groais Island 

Groat's Island 

Grole 

Guggle's Cove 

Gull Cove, Branch ... 

Qulleys 

Qulleys (Brigus) 
Gull Island 
Gull Island, Cape John 
Gull Island Cove 
Gull Marsh 
Gussett's Cove 
Ha Ha Bay 
Halfway Bay 



St. Barbe . . 

F'erryland ... 
Fortune 
Burin 

Placentia & St. 
Trinity 
Piacentia & St. 



Trinity 

Harbor Grace 
St. George ... 
Trinity 
St. Barbe . . 

Twilliugate... 
St. Barbe .. 
Foitune 

Trinity 
Bonavista . . 

I St. Barbe 

Port de Grave 

Trinity 

St. George ... 

St. Barbe ... 

Bonavista ... 
Fortune 
Harbor Grace 
Placentia & St 
Harbor Main 



Port de Grave 

Bay de Verde 

Twillingate.. 
II 

St. Barbe '.'.'. 
Bay de Verde 
St. Barbe ... 
St. George . . 



Englee; 
N. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 

Tor's Cove. 

Pushthrough, per s.s. Susu. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Mary's. Placentia T.P.O. 

Chance Cove. 
Mary's. Paradise, Placentia Bay 
T.P.O. 

Placentia T.P 0. 

LaManche. 

Catalina. 

Trinity. 

iSpaniard's Bay. 

:Port au Port. 

Catalina. 

Flower's Cove. 



Exploits. 
Bonne Bay. 
Gaultois. 
Greenspond. 
New Harbor. 
Greenspond. 
Englee, in winter ; 

N. Coastal T.P.O. sum. 
Brigus. 

Shoal Harbor. 
Straits T.P.O. in summer; 

Trout River in winter. 
Griguet. 
Conche. 
Qreenspond. 
Pass Island, s.s. Susu. 
Bay Roberts. 
Placentia. 
Upper Gullies, C. B. Ry 

T.P.O. 
C.B. Railway T.P.O. 
Lower Island Cove. 
Tilt Cove. 
Exploits. 
Bonne Bay. 

Carbonear, C.B. Ry 'A' 
Qriguet. 
Bay of Islands. 



. Mary's 



Post Office Department. 



115 



Supplies, Chains, Anchors, Lines and Twines. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Hall's Bay 


Twillingate. . 


Springdale, N.D. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Hall's Bay Head 


K 


Little Bay. 


Hall's (Tom) Harbor.. 


11 


Exploits. 


Hall's Town 


Port de Grave 


Bay Roberts. 


Hamilton Cave 


Twillingate.. 


Fortune Harbor. 


Hampden 
Handy Harbor 


St. Barbe ... 


Westport. 


11 


Pacquet. 


*Hant'8 Harbor 


Trinity 


Heart's Content. 


Happy Adventure 


Bonavista ... 


Glovertown. 


*Harbor Briton 


Fortune 


Harbor Briton. 


Harbor Buffett 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Hr. Buffett, Plac. B. T.P.O. 


Harbor Deep 


St. Barbe ... 


Coastal steamer in summer; 
Englee in winter. 


Harbor des Veoux . . 


(1 


Conche. 


Harbor Galley 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


*Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace. 


Harbor Grace Island... 


11 


11 


Harbor Island 


St. George . . 


Bay of Islands. 


Harbor LeCou 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


*Harbor Main 


Harbor Main 


Harbor Main. 


Harbor iJille 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

3er Susu. 


Harbor Round 


St. Barbe ... 


Ti t Cove, N. D. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Harcourt (Sandy Pt.).. 


Trinity 


George's Brook. 


Hardy Cove 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Hare Bay 


St. Barbe ... 


Goose Cove, Lock's Cove, 
in winter; N,E. Coast 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Hare Bay, Fr'hwater B. 


Bonavista ... 


Hare Bay, Gambo. 


Hare Bay, near Ren- 






contre 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Glencoe. 


Hare Bay 


Fogo 


Fogo, s.s. Fogota in sum. 


Hare Harbor 


Fortune 


Belleoram. 


Harricott, or Harry's 






Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Whitbourne. 


Harry's Harbor 


Twillingate.. 


Jackson's Cove, King's Pt 
in winter; N.D. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Hart's Cove 


11 


Twillingate. 


Hatchet Cove 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


Hatcher's Cove 


Fortune 


Belleoram. 


Hatter's Point 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Hauling Point 


St. Barbe ... 


Westport, White Bay, 




N. Coastal T.P.O. 



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Post Office Department. 


AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Flour. If you are 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Hapmden 
Hawke'a Bay 

Hayward's Cove, 
Cottell'a Island, 

Hay Cove 

Hay Cove 

Hay Cove 

Haystack 

Head's Harbor, 
H. B. Harbor, 

Head of Fortune Bay , 

Healy's Cove 
♦Heart's Content 
Heart's Delight 
Heart's Desire 
Heart's Ease 
Heatherton (Rattling 

Brook) 
Hermitage Cove 
Herring Cove 
*Herring Neck 
Hibb's Hole 
Hickman's Harbor .. 

Highbeach 
Highlands 
Hillier's Harbor 
Hiscnck's Point 
Hodder's Cove 
Hodder's Cove 
Hodge's Cove 
Hogaa Cove 
Hollett's Core 
Holloway's Passage .. 
* Holy rood 
Hoop Cove 
Hooping Harbor 
Hog's Nose 
Hopeall 
Hopewell 
Hopeville 

Hornet Island 
Horse Chops 



St. Barbe 



[•Bona vista 

Placentia & St. 
St. Barbe ... 
Placentia & St. 

JTwillingate 

Fortune 

Harbor Main 

Trinity ... 



... West Cove. 

. . Cow Head, in winter; 

B.B. T.P.O. in summer. 
/ Qlovertown in win.; B. B. 
\ T.P.O. in summer. 
. . Gambo. 
Mary's. Flat Lis, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

.. Griguet. 
Mary's. I Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

|,N.D. Bay; Springdale in 
winter; T.P.O. in sura. 
Belleorani, Bay L'Argent, 

per Susu. 
Harbor Main. 

Heart's Content. 



St. George ... 

Fortune 

Burin 

Twillingate... 

Port de Grave 

Trinity 

Burin 

St. George ... 

St. Barbe . . 

Buigeo and LaPoile . 

Bonavista . . 

Trinity 

Placentia li St. Mary': 

Bonavista ... 

Placentia & St. Mary'; 

Harbor Main 

Fortune ... ,. 

St. Barbe ... 

Trinity 
II 

Harbor Main 
Bonavista ... 

Twillingate 
Trinitv 



Northern Bight. 

Railway T.P.O. 
I Hermitage Cove, per Susu. 
|St. Lawrence, 
j Herring Neck. 
Port de Grave. 
Clarenville, Trinity Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Lsmaline. 
T.P.O, Railway. 
Euglee. 
Rose Blanche. 



Shoal Har., George's Brook. 

Northern Bight. 

Merasheen, P.B. T.P.O 

Qlovertown. 

Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Holy rood. 

Belleoram. 



Uildo. 

Upper Gullies. 
Brooklyn, Bonavista Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Exploits. 
Trinity. 



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not using "Our Own" brand, Try a barrel. 



Name of Place. 




Post Town. 



Horse Cove 
Horwood 

Horse Iskuds 
Hoskin's Harbor 
Houses Point 
Howe Harbor 
Howard's 

owley 

ughe's Brook 
Hungry Cove 
Hungry Cove 

Hunter's Point, 
Fori au Choix 

Hunt's 

Humberniouth 
Huinber Valley 
Humber River 
Indian Arm 
Indian Arm, Camp- 
bellt.on 



Indian Bay 

Indian Bight 

Indian Burying Place.. 

Indian Cove, For. Har. 

Indian Cove 

Indian Cove 

Indian Cove 

Indian Hr. and Island. 

Indian Hr., Meraslieen 

Indian Head 

Indian Islands 

Indian Point 
Indian Pond 
Indian Tickle, Long Is. 
Inglewood, Random . . 
Ingornachoix Bay 



Inner Pinchard's 

lona 

Ireland Biglit 

Ireland Island 



Id. 



Harbor Main 

Fogo 



St. Barbe 
Twilliugate 
Fortune 
8t. Barbe 
St. George 



Pldcentia & St. Mary's. 
Trinity 



St. Barbe . . 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

St. George ... 



Bonavista . . 

Twillingate. . 

Bonavista ... 
Twillingate 



Bonavista ... 

Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. George ... 

Fogo 

Twillingate 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate... 

Trinity 

St. Barbe . . 

Bonavista ... 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
St. Barbe ... 
Burgeo and La Poile... 



St. Philip's. 

Boyd's Cove in winter; 

N.D. Bay in summer. 
LaScie. 
Exploits. 
Gaultois. 
Goose Cove. 
Railway T.P.O. 

Bay of Ids (Humbermouth) 
Plac. Ry T.P.O. (Barport.) 
Hickman's Harbor; T.P.O. 
in summer. 

Cow Head in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Burgeo. 

Railway T.P.O. 
Deer Lake Ry T.P.O. 
Bay of Islands. 
Seal Cove, Bonavista Ry. 

Lewisporte, N.D. T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Greenspond. 
Little Bay. 
Tilt Cove. 
Fortune Harbor. 
Brooklyn. 



Bonne Bay. 

LaPoile. 

Hr. Buffett, P.B. T.P.O. 

Stephenville Crossing. 

Seldom-come-by; 

Fogota in summer. 
Exploits. 

C.B. Railway T.P.O. 
Little Bay Is. (Ward's Hr.) 
Northern Bight. 
Cow Head in winter, 

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Wesleyville. 
Placentia Bay T.P..O. 
Goose Cove. 
LaPoile. 



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AYRE & SONS, 


LTD., for Piano 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Ireland's 'Eye 

Irish town 

Irishtown 

Iriehtown 

Island Cove (Upper)... 

Island Cove (Lower). . 

Island Cove 

Island Cove, Random . 

Island Cc (Islington)... 

Island Harbor 

Isle aux Sauvages 

Isle aux Morts 

Isle Galet (Fox Island) 

Islington 

Isthmus Bay 

Ivany's Cove 
Jack of Clubs 

Jackson's Arm 

Jackson's Cove 

Jacob's Cove, New Bay 
Jacques Fontaine 

James Ce (Jamestown) 

James Cove 
Jean de Bay 
Jenkin's Cove 
Jenning'a Cove 
Jerrett's Point 
Jersey Harbor 
Jersey Side 

Jigging Cove, Rranch . 
Jigging Hole 
Job's Cove 
Job's Head 
Joe Batt's Arm 
Jones, or Jours Cove. . 
John Smith's Harbor... 

John's Beach 
John's Pond 



Trinity 

St. George ... 
Carbon ear ... 
Ferry land ... 
Harbor Grace 
Bay de Verde 
Trinity 



Fogo 

St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

Fortune 

Trinity 

St. George ... 

Trinity 

St. George ... 

St. Barbe ... 

Twillingate. , 



Fortune 

Bonavista . . 

Harbor Main 

Burin 

Twillingate... 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile.. , 

Placentia & St. islary's. 



Trinity 

Bay de Verde 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Twillingate... 



St. George ... 
Placentia & St. Mary's 



Britannia Cove in winter; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Curling, Summerside. 
Carbonear. 
Bay Bnlls. 
Spaniard's Bay. 
Lower Island Cove. 
Trinity. 

Northern Bight. 
Heart's Content. 
Fogo. 

Bonne Bay. 
Channel. 
Gaultois. 
Heart's Content. 
Port au Port, Stephenville 

Crossing. 
Clarenville. 
Port au Port Stephenville 

Crossing. 
Jackson's Arm; N. Coast 

T.P.O. in summer. 
King's Point in winter; 

N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 
New Bay Head. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Arrent, 

per Susu. 
Jamestown, B.B. T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Conception Hr., Avondale. 
Beaubois, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Twillingate. 



Channel. 

Harbor Briton, per Susu. 

Jersey Side, Plac. Ry. 

Placentia. 

Trinity. 

Caibonear, C.B. Ry, 'A' 

Trinity. 

Fogo ; Fogota in summer. 

Twillingate. 

King's Point in winter; 

N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 
Curling. 
Whitbourne, 





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Players, Gramaphone Records, etc. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Poet Town. 



Josiah Spencer's Cove., 

Journois 

Jullies Harbor 



Twillingate. 
St. George . 
Twillingate. 



Juniper Stump 
Kane's Point 
Kate Harbor 
Keels 

Kelligrews 
Kelly's Island 
Keppel Harbor, 
Portau Choix, 
Kerley'B, or Careless H. 

Kettle Cove 

Kettle Cove 

Kilbride 

Killick Island 

*King's Cove 

King's Ce, now Milton. 

King's Cove 

King's Cove 

King's Haibor 
King's Point 

Kippin's Harbor 

Kippin's 

Kirby's Cove 

Kitchues 

Kite Ce. (Laurenceton) 

Knife Cove 

Knight's Cove 

Kyrr's Cove 

Ladle Cove 



Lady Cove 

Lady Cove, Random . 

La Hune Bay 
Lahey'i Cove 
Lake's Beach 



Port de Grave 
Twillingate... 

Bonavista ... 

11 

Harbor Main 
II 

St. Barbe ... 

Trinity 

Bay- de- Verde 
Twillingate... 
St. John's West 
Twillingate... 
Bonavista ... 
Trinity 

Twillingate... 

St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and La Poile... 
Twillingate... 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

St. George ... 

Burin 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate 

Burgeo and La Poile.., 

Bonavista ... 

Twillingate.. 

Fogo 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 
, St. George . . 
..iFortune 



Exploits. 

St. George's, Bank Head. 

Leading Ticklec, Point 

Leamington in winter; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Brigus. 
Exploits. 

Bonavista Railway, Seal Ce. 
King's Cove. 
KeliigrewB. 

Cow Head; Straits T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Bonaventure; T.P.O. in 

summer. 
Carbonear (Forward.) 
Twillingate. 
Kilbride. 
Exploits. 
King's Cove. 



Jackson's Cove; T.P.O. in 
sum.; King's Point in win. 
Cow Head in win.; Straits 

T.P.O. in sum. 
Burgeo. 
King's Point; N.D. Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Plac. Bay.T.P.O. Baine Hr. 
Stephen ville Crossing. 
Burin. 
Avondale. 

iBotwood; T.P.O. summer. 
Burgeo. 
King's Cove. 
Exploits. 
Carmanville; Fogota in 

summer. 



Trinity Bay T.P.O.; 

Clarenville in winter 
Cape LaHune. 
Curling. 



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Post Office Department. 



m- AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post TOWB. 



Lake's Brook 
Lake Cove 
Lakeview 
Lally Cove 

*Laraaline 
LaManche 
LaManche 
Lamble's Passage 
Lance Cove (Lancaster) 
Lance Cove 
Lance Cove, near 

Rencontre 
Lance Cove 
Lance Cove, Bell M,... 
Lance Ce, Point Lance 
Lance Ce, Brownsdale. 
Lance Ce, Smith's Sd... 
Langdown C&ve 

Lang de Cerf 

L'anse a Bark 
L'anse L'eau 
L'anse au Maree, or 

L'anse Maria 
L'anse au Medee, or 

L'anse a Meadow . 
L'anse au Loup 
LaPlante 
*LaPoile 
L' Argent's Cove 
*Lark Harbor 
LaScie 

Lawn, or L'^ne 
Lawrence Harbor, oi' 

Laurencetown, 
Lead Cove 
Leading Tickles 

Lear's Cove 

Lee Bight (Adeyton). 

Lethbridge 

*Lewisporte 

Lion's Den 



Burgeo and LaPoile . . 
Fertune 
Harbor Main 
Fortune 

Burin 

Ferryland . . 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Bonavista ... 

Burgeo and LaPoile . 
Harbor Main 
St. John's East 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

(I 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

Burin 



St. Barbe 



Burin 

Burgeo and LaPoile 



Fogo 

St. George . . 

St. Barbe ... 

Burin 

JTwiUiugate j 

Trinity 
Twillingate... 

Placentia & St, Mary's. 
Trinity 
Bonavista ... 
Twillingate 
Bonavista ... 



Channel. 
Fortune. 
Chapel's Cove. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

per Susu. 
Lanialine. 
Ttu's Cove. 
LaManche. 
Gaultois. 
Bonavista. 
Greenspond. 

Rencontie, per Gleucoe. 

C.B. Raihvav T.RO. 

Bell L-land." 

Placentia. 

Heait's Content. 

Britannia Cove. 

King's Point, Jackson's Ce; 

N.D. T.RO. in summer. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

per Susu. 
Lawn, Plac. Bay T.RO. 
Burin. 

Griguet. 

But in. 
LaPoile. 

Fc>go. 

Curling; str. T.P.O. in sum. 

Tilt Cove; N. Coastal 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Placentia Bay T.P,0. 
Botwood; N.b. T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Heart's Content. 
Point Leamington in win.; 

N.D. T.RO. in snm. 
Plaeentia. 
Northern Bight. 
Bonavi.ta Ry T.P.O. 
Lewisporte. 
Salvage; B.B. T.P.O. sum. 



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Wolsey and Stansfield Underwear. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Lion's Den 


Fogo 




Fogo. 


Little Barrow- 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per Susu. 


Li t tie Bay 


Burgeo and La 


Poile... 


LaPoile. 


Little Bay 


Bnrin 




Burin. 


Little Bay East 


Fortune 


... 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per Susu. 


Little Bay West 


(( 




Harbor Briton, per Susu. 


Little Bay, Her. Bay- 


(( 




Gaultois, per Susu. 


Little Bay, or Baie 
Verte, 


jst. Barbe 


■{ 


Baie Verte, N. Coast 
T.P.O. in summer. 


♦Little Bay 


Twillingate 




Little Bay. 


♦Little Bay Island . . 


(1 


. > - 


Little Bay Island. 


Little Bell Isle 


Harbor Main 




Manuels. 


Little Cat Arm 


St. Bar-be . . 




Jackson's Arm;W. Bay 
N. Coast T.P.O. In sum. 


Little Catalina 


Trinity 




Catalina. 


Little Chance Harbor.. 


Twillingate... 


... 


Moreton's Harbor. 


Little CoJroy River . . 


St. George ... 




Railway T.P.O. 


Little Colinet Island. . 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


St. Joseph's. 


Little Coney Arm . . 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Jackson's Ami, White Bay, 
N. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 


Little Denier 


Bonavista ... 


■ • • 


Salvage. 


Little Fogo Islands . . 


Fogo 


: 


Fogo. 


Little French Beach .. 


Twillingate. 


> • • 


Twillingate. 


Little Harbor 


Bonavista ... 


... 


Salvage, B.B. T.P.O. 


Little Harbor 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


LaPoile. 


Little Harbor 


Fortune 


... 


Belleoram, Bay L'Arg»nt, 
per Su-u. 


Little Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Salmonier. 


Little Harbor 


u 


a 


Oderin, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Little Harbor 


(( 


i( 


Harbor Buffett, Plac. Bay 
T.P.O. 


Little Harbor and 








Batteau Cove 


St. George . . 


. ■ . 


Bay of Islands. 


Little Harbor Deep . . 


St. Barbe ... 




N. Coast T.P.O. in sum ; 
Englee in winter. 


Little Heart's Ease . . 


Trinity 




Northern Bight. 


Little Lawn, or L'ane.. 


Burin 


... 


\ 


Little Merasheen 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Little Mortier 


Burin 






Little Northern Har,... 


Twillingate. . 




Exploits. 


Little Paradise 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Little Passage 


Fortune 




Gaultois. 


Little Placentia 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Argentia, P.B. Ry T.P.O. 


Little Port 


St. George ... 


»»• 


Bay of Islands. 



M 



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Post Office t^eparhieni. 


AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Forest 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Little Reach 

Little Ridge 

Litlte River (Grey Riv) 

Little River 

Little Seklnin-come-by 

Little Springs 

Little St. Joseph's .. 

Little St. Lawrence . 

Little Ward's Harbor 

Liverpool Cove 
Lobster Cove 
Lobster Cove 

Lobster Harbor 
Lock's Harbor 



Fortune 

Trinity 

Buigeo and La Poile... 

Fortune 

Fogo 

St. Barbe ... 



Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

per Susu. 
Dildo. 
Raniea. 
Gaultoi«. 
Seldom-corae-by. 
St. Julien's. 
Placentia & St. Mary's.jOderin, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 



Lock's Cove 
Lock's Cove 
Lock's Cove 

Lockston 

Lodges 

Logy Bay 

Log C' bin 

Lung Beach 

Long Beach 

Long Beach Pond 

Long Cove(Loreburns) 

Long Cove 

Long Cove 

Long Cove, Clode Sd. . 

Long Harbor 

Long Harbor 
Long Harbor 

Long Island 

Long Island 

Long Island 

Long Island 

Long Point 

Long Pt, Port au Port 



Burin 
Twillingate 

St. George . 
St. Barbe . 
Fortune 

St. Barbe . 
Twillingate. 



Burgeo and La Poile .., 

Fogo 

St. Barbe . . .'.[ 

Trinity 

St. John's East 
.1st. George ... 
. I Placentia & St. Mary's. 
.[Trinity 

Port-de-Giave 

Trinity 

St. George . . 
Bonavista ... 
Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Trinity 

Bonavista . . 

Placentia & St. Mary's. Placentia Bay T P 6 

Twillingate. . . . jPilley's Island. 

. . Exploits. 
^ '' • • . . Twillingate. 

St. George ,. ... Stephenville Crossing, 

Port au Port. 



St. Lawrence. 
Little Bay Island, 

N. D. Bay T.P.O. 
Curling. 
Bonne Bay. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

per S'uu. 
Coachman's Cove. 
Leading Tickles, Point 

Leamington in winter ; 
I N.D.Bav T.P.O. in sum. 
Rencontre, T.P.O. West. 
Fogo. 

Goose Cove, in summer; 
N. W. Point in winter. 
Trinity. 
Dildo. 

King's Bridge. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Portugal Cove, Trepassey. 
Northern Bight. 
Port de Grave. 
Northern Bight. 
Norman's Cove, via Ry. 
Bay of Islands. 
(Port Blandford. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

per Susu. 
Long Har. , Railway T.P.O. 
Britannia Cove, Shoal Hr.; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 





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Mills and Essex Mills Underwear. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Long Pond 
Long Tickle 
Loo Bay 
Loon Bay 

Loon Cove 

Loon'i Cove 

Lord's Cove 

Lories 

Lower Cove, Clode Sd. 

Lower Amherst Cove.. 

Lower Bacon Cove ... 

Lower Cove 

Lower Burgeo 
Lower Dark Cove 
Lower Gullies 
Lower Harbor 
Lower English Harbor 

*Lower Island Cove. . 
Lower Rocky Brook.. 
Lower Shoal Harbor . . 
Lower Small Point . . 
Lowland Cove 
Low Point 
Luke's Arm 
Lunaire Bay 
Lushe's Bight 

Mack's Island 
Madox Cive 
Magotty Cove 
Magotty Ce, Sound Id, 
Mahony'g Cove 
IMainland, Gut River.., 
Maiden's Arm 
Mai Bay 
Mall Bay 

Man o' War Cove . . 
Man Point 
Man»field Bight 
Manuel's 
Manuel's Cove 



Harbor Main 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe ... 
Twilling, te. . 

Bonavi 

Burin 

II 

14 

Bonavista . . 
II 

Harbor Main 
St. George . . 

Burgeo and^L 'le 
Bonavista . . 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate. . 
Fortune 

Bay-de-Verde 

Trinity 

11 

Bay de Verde 
Twillingate... 
Bay de Verde 
Twillingate... 
St. Barbe ... 
Twillingate... 



St. John's West 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
II II 

St. George ... 

St. Barbe .. 
II 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. George . . 
Bonavista ... 
Twillingate... 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate... 



Manuels. 

Little Bay Island. 

Griguet. 

Campbellton. 

Greenspond. 

St. Lawrence. 

Lamaline; Plac. Bay T. P.O. 
II 11 

Port Blandford. 

Bonavista. 

Conception Hr., Avondale. 

Port au Port, Stephenville 

Crossing. 
Burgeo. 
Gambo. 
Kelligrews. 
Exploits 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

per Susu. 
Lower Island Cove. 
George's Brook. 
(Uarenville. 

Carbonear, C. B. Ry. ' A.' 
Twillingate. 

Carbonear, C. B. Ry. ' A.' 
Twillingate. 
Griguet. 
Pilley's Island in winter; 

N. D.Bay T. P.O. in sum. 
Little Bay Island. 
Petty Harbor. 
Brit. Cove; T.P.O. in sum. 
Placentia Bay T..PO. 
Valcn laid, Piac. Bay T.P.O. 
T.P.O. Railway. 
St. Anthony. 
Bonne Bay. 
St. Mary's, Riverhead, 

Salmonier. 
Port au Port, S. Crossing. 
Gander Bay, Fogota in sum. 
Tilt Cove. 
Manuels. 
Twillingate, 



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Post Office Departmenl. 


AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Carpets, 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post TOWD. 



Marchese Point 
Margaree 
Marquise 
Marshall's Folly 
Marshallville 
Marticott 
Martin's Point 
*Mary8town 

Mauve Bay, Noddy B.. 
May Pond, Point May, 
McCallum Bay 
Mclver's 
Meadows 
Melrose 

Meucliin Cove, New- 
man's Sound 
Merasheen 
Mercer's Cove 
Mercer's Cove 
Merchant's Cove 
Merritt's Harbor 
Merry Haibor 

Messervey's Cove 

Michael's Harbor 

Mick's Cove 
Middle Arm 
Middle Arm 
Middle Arm, Qieen B. 

Middle A., Three Arms 

Middle Arm, Rocky B. 

Middle Barachois Brk. 
Middle Bight (Coduer) 
Middle Bill Cove 
Middle Brook 
Middle Cove 
Middle Cove 
Milkboy Cove 
Milleitown 
Millertown Junction. 



St. George ... 
Burgeo and LaPoile . . 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Bay de Verde 
Twillingate 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
St. Barbe . . 
Burin 

St. Barbe . . 

Burin 

Fortune 

St. George ... 

Trinity 

BonaviRta . . 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Harbor Grace 
Burgeo and La Poile... 
Fortune 
Twillingate... 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. George ... 

Twillingate.. 

Burin 

St. George . . 

Bonavista ... 

Twillingate... 

Fogo 

St. George . . 
Harbor Main 
Bonavista ... 



St. John's East 
Twillingate... 



Port au Port, S. Crossing. 

Channel. 

Placentia Railway. 

Carbonear. 

Lewisporte. 

Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Bonne Bay. 

Marystown, via Argyle 

and Portia. 
Qriguet. 
Lamaline. 
per Susu. 
Bay of Islands (Curling.) 

Catalina. 

Salvage. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Bay Roberts. 

Burgeo. 

Harbor Briton. 

Herring Neck. 

Tack'i> Beach; Placentia 

Bay T.P.O. 
Port au Port, Stephenville 

Crossing. 
Lewisporte; N.D. Bay 

T.P,0. in summer. 
Lamaline. 
Curling. 
Qlovertown. 
King's Point in winter; 

N.D.B. T.O.P. in sum. 
Little Bay in winter; 

N.D.R. T.P.O. in sum. 
Gander Bay in winter; 

Fogota in summer. 
Robinson's Head. 

■* • ii-} \ ale. 
u.iuibo. 
Bonavista. 
King's Bridge. 
Little Bav Island. 
Railway T.P.O, 



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Linoleums and Floor Canvas. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Poet Town. 


Miller's Passage 


Fortune 


Per Susu. 


Millerstown 


St. John's East 


King's Bridge. 


Million's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Conche. 


Mill Cove 


St. George ... 


Bay of Islands. 


Mill Island 


Twillingate.., 


Springdale, Hall's Bay; 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Milton 


Trinity 


George's Brook. 


Ming's Bight 


St. Barbe . . 


Bale Verte. 


Mint Brook 


Bonavista ... 


Qambo. 


Mint Cove, near 






Castor's River 
Mistaken Cove 


St. Barbe ... 

• ■ • • • • 




Flower's Cove, 


Mobile 


Ferryland ... 


Mobile. 


Mock Beggar 


Bonavista ... 


Bonavista. 


Molliers 


Burin 


Grand Bank. 


Moncton 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Montgomery 


St. Barbe ... 


Channel. 


Mooney's Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Harbor Buffett, Placentia 
Bay T.P.O. 


Moore's Cove 


Twillingate... 


Fortune Har., New Bay. 


Morgan Island 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Mortier 


Burin 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. and 
s.s. Portia. 


Moreton's Harbor 


Twillingate... 


Moreton's Harbor. 


Mort's, Deadman's Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Mose Ambrose 


Fortune 


St. Jacques, per Susu. 


Mother Hick's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Salnionier. 


Mothar Lake Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel, 


Mouse Island 


11 « 


(( 


Mud Cove 


Burin 


Burin, Epworth. 


Muddy Brook 


Trinity 


Bonavista. 


Muddy Hole West .. 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Richard's Harbor. 


Muddv Hole 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor. 


Mudd> Hole 


Twillingate.. 


Exploits. 


MuUey's Cove 


Bay de Verde 


Carboneai, C,B. Ry 'A' 


Mull Face Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


*Musgrave Harbor ... 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor. 


■*Musgravetown 


Bonavista ... 


Brooklyn in winter; 
B.B. T.P.O. in summer.] 


usquito & Muddy He 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Richard's Harbor. 


Musquito Harbor, near 






Ramea 


" " 


Ramea. 


Musquito Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Musquito 


Carbonear ... 


C.B. Railway. 


Musquito 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Joseph's. 


Mussel Harbor Arm ... 


" " 


Plac. B T.P.O.; Hr. Buffett. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Poet Town. 



Mussel Pond 
Mutton Bay 
Mumper's Island 
Naked Man 

Nameless Cove 

Nanowa 

Neck Harbor 

New Bay, New B.Head 

New Bonaventure 
New Bridge 
New Burnt Cove 
New Cut Room 
Newell's Island 
Newell's Brook 
New Ferole 
New Har. (iNewport) .. 
New Harbor, near 

Rencontre 
New Harbor 

New Harbor 
*New Harbor 
New Harbor 
Newman's Harbor ... 
Newman's Sound 
New Melbourne 
New Perlican 
New Chelsea 
Newtown 
Newtown 

New World Island . . 
Nick's Nose, near 
Jackson's Cove 
Ninirod 

♦Nipper'8 Hr., Noble C. 
Noddy, or Mauve Bay. 
Noggin Cove 

Nonsuch 
Norman's Cove 



Piacentia & St. Mary's, 
II i( 

Twillingate 



St. Barbe . . 

Burin 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Piacentia tSc St. Mary's, 

Trinity 
ti 

Bonavi.sta . . 
II 

St. Barbe .'.'.' 
Bonavista ... 

Burgeo and La Poile... 
Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 
Trinity 
Twillingate... 
Bonavista ... 



Trinity 



Bonavista . . 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate.. 



Norman's Cove 
*Norris'8 Arm 



St. Barbe 

Fogo 

Piacentia & St. Mary's. 
St. Barbe .. 



Salmonier, St. Joseph'?. 

Trepassey. 

Exploits. 

Jackson's Cove; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Flower's Cove. 
Burin. 

Rose Blanche. 
Botwood in winter; 

N.D.B. T.P.O. in lum. 
Trinity. 
Salmonier. 
George's Brook. 
Port Rex ton. 
Greenspond. 



... Trinity 
..'Twillingate... 



Cow Head; T.P.O. in sum. 
Greenspond, Shambler's Ce. 

Rencontre, per Glencoe. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argant, 

per Susu. 
Griguet. 
New Harbor. 
Lewisporte. 

Newman's Cove, B. Ry. 
Salvage. 
Heart's Content. 



Wesieyville; Fogota sum. 
Holy rood. 

Twillingate& Herring Nenk 
King'* Point in winter; 

N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 
Leading Tickles, Point 

Leamington. 
Nipper's Harbor. 
Griguet. 
Gander Bay in winte ; 

Fogota in summer. 
Oderin, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Lock's Cove in winter; 

T.P.O. in »ummfcr. 
Railway T.P.O. 
N orris' Arm, 





Posi Office Department. 


m 


Dress Goods and Accessories. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Poet Town. 



Norris's Point 
North Arm 
Northern Arm 
Northern Bay 
♦Northern Bight 
Northern Bight 
Northern End 
Northern Harbor 
Northern Harbor 
North Hr., St. Mary's.. 
North Hr.. Sound Id... 
North River 
N. W. Arm, Alex. Bay 
N. W. Arm, Clode Sd. 
N. W. Arm, Rocky B.. 

*N.W. Arm,Gre8n Bay 

North West Brook . . { 
North West Brook . . 1 
North West Cove 
N.W. Point, Hare Bay 

Norton's Cove, now 

Brookfield 
Nuddick 
Nut Cove 

Oar Bay, Cape LaHune 
Oar Cove 
Ochre Pit Cove 
Oderin (Audierne) . . 
Offer Wadhams 

Old Bonaventure 
Old Ferole 
Old House Cove 
V Id Man Bay 
*01d Perlican 



Old Port au Choix 

Old Shop 

Old Tilt 

Old Woman's Cove 

Oliver's Cove 

Oliver's Cove 

Onion Cove 



St. Barbe . . 
St. George . . 
Twillingate... 
Bay-de- Verde 
Trinity 

Fogo 
Twillingate. . 

u 

Placentia & St. iVlary's, 
11 (1 

Port de Grave 

Bona vista ... 
ii 

Fogo 

Twillingate.. 

Trinity 
Bonavista ... 
Burgeo and LaPoile .., 
St. Barbe ... 

Bonavista -j 

Trinity 
11 

Burgeo and LaPoile 
11 11 

Bay de Verde 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Fogo 

Trinity 

St. Barbe . . 
11 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 
Bay de Verde 

St. Barbe ... 
Trinity 



Bonne Bay; Straits T.P.O. 

Curling. 

Botwood. 

Carbonear, C.B. Ry. 'A' 

Northern Bight. 

Catalina. 

Change Islands. 

Exploits. 

Little Bay Island. 

Whitbourne. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Clarke's Beach. 

Glovertown. 

Port Blandford. 

Gander Bay in winter; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 
N. W. Arm T.P.O. in sum.; 

King's Point in winter. 
Northern Bight. 
Glovertown. 
La Poile. 
Goose Cove in summer; 

Lock's Cove in winter. 
Pool's Island in winter; 

B. B. T.P.O. in summer. 
Trinity. 
Clarenville. 
C. T.P.O. West 
Burgeo. 

Carbonear, C. B. R. ' A.' 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Musgrave Hr. in winter; 

Fogota in summer. 
Trinity; T.P.O. in sum. 
T.P.O. in summer. 



. . Fortune 

... Placentia & St. Mary's. 

. . . Fogo 

...iSt. Barbe ... 



Ramea. 

Lower Island Cove; 

T. B. T.P.O. in sum. 
Cow Head; T.P.O. in sum. 
Dildo. 

George's Brook. 
Lally Cove. 

Valen Id, Plac. Bay T.P.O 
Fogo. 
Griguet. 



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Name of Place. 


1 
District. Poet Town. 



O'Regan 

Open Bay 

Open Hall 

Orange Bay, or Great 

Harbor Deep 
Osmonton (New Bay). 
Otterbury 
Otterbury 
Otterbury 
Otter Island 
Otter's Point 
Ottor's Point 

Ouinette 

Outer Cove 

Outer Pinchard's Id.... 

Our Harbor 

Pacquet 

Paddle Cove, near 

Cape LaHune 
Paine's Harbor 
Paradise 
Paradise 
Paradise 
Pardy's Island 
Parker's River 
Parker's Cove 
Park Harbor 
Parson's Pond 

Passenger Cove 

Pass Island 

Path End 

Pat Power's Cove 

Patrick Cove, C. Shore 

Patrick's Harbor 

Pat's Cove 

Paul's Island 

Peach's Cove 

Pearce's Harbor 

Pearl Island 

Peas Cove 

Peas Cove 

Peckford la., Wadhams 



St. George . . 
St. Barbe ... 
Bonavista ... 

St. Barbe . . 

Twillingate.. 

Bay de Verde 

Harbor Grace 

Port de Grave 

Twillingate 

Burgeo and LaPoile . 

Trinity 

Twillingate... 
St. John's East 
Bonavista ... 
Burgeo and La Poile. 
St. Barbe ... 



Burgeo and LaPoile . . 

Fogo 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Twillingate 

Harbor Main 

Burin 

St. Barbe ... 

Placentia & St. Alary's. 

Bonavista ... 

St. Barbe . . 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Burin 

Twillingate... 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Fortune 

Burin 

Bonavista ... 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

St. George ... 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Fogo 



Highlands. 

Flower's Cove. 

Seal Cove, Bonavista Ry. 

Englee, in win.; N. Coastal 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Leading Tickles. 
Carljonear, C. B. Ry. ' A.' 
Haibor Grace. 
Bay Roberts. 
Little Bay. 
Grand Bruit. 
Britannia Cove; T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Outer Cove. 
Wesley ville. 
Burgeo. 
Tilt Cove; N. Coastal 

T.P.O. in summer. 

C. T.P.O. West. 

Fogo. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Twillingate. 

Topsail Road. 

Burin. 

Griguet. 

BaineHr., Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 

Cow Head in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Claren ville. 

Pass Island, S. C. T.P.O. 
Burin (North). 
Little Bay North. 
Placentia. 
Gaultois. 
Burin. 
Greenspond. 
Catalina. 

Moreton's Harbor. 
Bay of Islands. 



Trinity. 

Musgrave Har. in winter; 
Fogota in summer. 



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and Untrimmed Millinery. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Peltry 


Fortune 




Bay L'Argent. 


Pendergast Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


• • • 


Coachman's Cove. 


Penguin Island 


Fogo 


• « • 


Musgrave Harbor. 


Perlican Island 


Trinity 


• • ■ 


Lower Island Cove. 


Perry's Cove 


Bay de Verde 


... 


Carbonear, C.B. Ry 'A' 


Peter's Arm 


Twillingate... 




Botwood. 


Peter's Cove 


Bonavista . . 


... 


Port Bland ford. 


Peter's River 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


St. Mary's. 


Peter's Valley 


St. George . . 




Bay of Islands. 


Petipas Cove 


11 




11 


Petites Ilettes 


St. Barbe *. . 




Conche. 


Petites 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


Petit Fort 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Petty Harbor 


St. John's We'it 


Petty Harbor. 


Philip's Head 


Twillingate 




Botwood. 


Piccadilly 


St. George ... 


. .. 


S. Crossing, Port au Port. 


Piccaire 


Fortune 




Gaultois. 


Pick Eyes 


Port de Grave 




Port de Grave. 


Pigeon Arm 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Englee. 


Pigeon Cove 


II 


... 


Flower's Cove. 


Pelier Bay 


II 




Conche. 


■^Pilley's Island 


Twillingate... 


• •■ 


Pilley's Island. 


Pilley's Cove 


II 




II 


Pike's Arm 


(1 




Herring Neck. 


Pinchard's Island 


Bonavista ... 




Wesleyville. 


Pincher's Islands, ) 
Eagged Islands, ) 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


\ Tack's Beach, Placentia 
/ Bay T.P.O. 


Pinch Gut 


II 


1 


Famish Cove. 


Pinch Gut Tickles . . 


11 


1 


Colinet, via Whitbourne. 


Pine Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Flower's Cove. 


Piper's Hole 


Placentia & St. 


Mt^ry's. 


Black River, P.B. T.P.O. 


Pistol et Bay 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Griguet. 


Pittjs Harbor 


Trinity 


... 


Northern Bight. 


*Placentia 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Placentiaman's Cove, 








Sound Island 


11 (. 


... 


Placentia Bay T.P.O 


Plate Cove 


Bonavista . . 




Seal Ce, B. Ry., s.s. Dundee 


Plate Harbor 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per Susu. 


Pleasant Cove 


St. George ... 


... 


Bay of Islands. 


Point au Gaul 


Burin 




Lamaline. 


Point Crew 


(1 


... 


11 


Point Enragee 


Fortune 




Belleoram, per Susu. 


Point LaHaye 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


St. Mary's. 


Point Lance 


11 11 




Placentia. 


Point Leamington ... 


Twillingate . . 




Botwood, 



N 



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Post OJice Department. 

.■^3 


AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Pianola 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Point May 
Point Moll 
Point Rich 

Point Rosie 
Point Rosie 
Point Verde 
Pond Cove 
Pool's Cove 

♦Pool's Id., Pool's Hr. 
Pope's Harbor 



Burin 

Placentia & St. 
St. Biirbe ... 

Foitnne 
St. George ... 
Placentia & St. 
St. Barbe ... 
Fortune 

Bonavista ... 
Trinity 



Mary's 



Mary's. 



Port Anson 


Twillingate .. 


Port au Basque 


Burgeo and La Poile.. 


Port au Bras 


Burin 


Port au Choix 


St. Barbe ... 


Port au Port 


St. George ... 


Port Blandford, Cloda 




Sound 


Bonavista ... 


Port de Grave 


Port-deQrave 


Port Rex ton 


Trinity 


Portland Creek, Port 
Saunders 


|st. Barbe | 


Portugal Cove 


Placentia & St. ifary's. 


Portugal Cove 


St. John's East 


*Pouch Cove 


(> ii 


Pound Cove 


Bonavista . . 


Powles Head 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Presque 


'i 11 


Priveccoeur 


» K 


Protestant Town 


St. John's East 


Pudding Bag Cove . . 


Bonavista ... 


PuflBn Island 


a 


Pumbley's Island 


St. Barbe ... ... 


Pump Cove 


Burin 


Puncheon Cove 


Fogo 


Purbeck Cove 


St. Barbe 


Purcell's Harbor 


Twillingate.. 


♦Pushthrough 


Fortune 


Pyramid Point 


St. Barbe . . 


Queen's Cove 


Trinity 


Quidi Vidi 


St. John'* East 



Lamaline. 

Argentia, Placentia Ry. 

Cow Head in winter; 
Straits T.P,0. in sum. 

Belleorani, per Susu. 

Searston. 

Placentia. 

Flower's Cove. 

Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per Susu. 

Pool's Island. 

British Harbor, Trin. Bay, 
I T.P.O. in summer. 

Pilley's Island. 
, Railway T.P.O. 
(Burin. 

Cow Head; T.P.O. in sum, 
S. Crossing, Port au Port. 

Port Blandford. 
Poit de Grave. 
(Bonavista Railway T.P.O. 
jCow Head in winter; 
I Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Portugal Cove, Trepassey. 
Portugal Cove. 
Pouch Cove. 
Wesleyville. 
Trepassey. 

Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Placentia. 
Portugal Cove. 
Pool's Island. 
Greenspond. 
Westport, W.B.; N.C. 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Lamaline. 
Change Islands. 
Westport, W. B.; N. C. 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Twillingate. 
Pushthrough, per Susu. 
Griguet. 

Northern Bight. 
St. John's— Branch Office, 

St. John's East. 





Post Office Department. 


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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Quillier 

Quinton'sCe, Long Is. 

Quirpon, Great & Little 

Ragged H.,nowMelrose 
Ragged Harbor 

Ragged Islands 

*Ramea 

Ram's Island (lona) . . 
Randall's Ce, Pilley.s I. 
Random Harbor 

Rantem 

Rat Cove, Ha Ha Bay. 

Rattlink Bk (Heather- 
ton) 

Raymond's Point 

Red Brook and Middle 
Brook 

Red Cliff Island 

Red Cove 

Red Cove, near Branch 

Red Harbor 

Red Head Cove 

Red Island 
*Red Island 
Red Island 
Red Lands 
Red Rocks 
Red Rod Cove 
Rencontre 

Rencontre 

Renews 

Richard's Harbor 

Rider's Harbor 

Rip Rap 

River Blanche 

Riverhead, Bay of Ids. 

Riverhead, St. Mary's.. 

Riverhead, Span. Bay.. 

River Cove 

Rivers, Cape LaHune.. 



Fortune 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe . . 

Trinity 
Fogo 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Twillingate 
Trinity 



St. Barbe ... 

St. George . . 
Fortune 

St. George ... 

Bonavista ... 

Fertune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burin 

Bay de Verde 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

St. George ... 

Bay de Verde 

St. George ... 

Fogo 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Ferryland ... 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 

Trinity 

Port de Grave 

St. George ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Harbor Grace 
St. George . . 
Burgeo and La Poile... 



Push through. 
Little Bay Island. 
Griguet in winter; Quirpon 

in summer. 
Catalina. 
Musgrave Harbor; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 
Tack's Beach; Placentia 

Bay T.P.O. 
Ramea. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Pilley's Island. 
Hickman's Harbor; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Griguet. 

Railway T.P.O. 

Gaultois. 

Robinson's Hd; Ry T.P.O. 

Open Hall. 

Harbor Briton. 

Placentia. 

Flat Ids ; Pla:. Bay T.P.O. 

Bay de Verde, Lower 

Island Cove. 
Burgeo. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Stephenville Crossing. 
Lower Island Cove. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Change Islands. 
Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

per Susu. 
S.S. (Jlencoe. 
Renews. 

Richard's Har., per Portia. 
Clarenville. 
Brigus. 

Stephenville Crgssing. 
Humbermouth. 
Salmonier. 
C.B. Railway T.P.O. 
B ly of Islands, 
Ramea, 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



River of Ponds 

Rix Cove 
Bobbin's Cove 
Robert's Arm 
Robin Hood 
Robinson's Bight 
*Robinson's Head 
Roche, or Rocky Har... 
Rock Harbor 
Rocky Bay 

Rocky Bay, Alex. Bay. 
Rocky Harbor 

Rocky Harbor 
Rocky Brook 
Rogue's Harbor 
Rolling Ce, Stock Cove 
Rope Cove 
Rose au Rue 
*Rose Blanche 
Roundabout 
Round Cove 
Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
Rowsell's Ce, New Bay 

Rushoon 

Russell's Cove (New 

Melbourne) 
Russell's Ce, Smith's Sd 
Ryles Barachoix 
Sacred Bay 
Saddle Island 
Safe Harbor 

Sagona 

Sailor's Island 
Salvage Bay 

Sainter's Cove 
*St. Anthony 
St. Ann's 



St. Barbe . 
Twillingate. 



Trinity 

St. George ... 
St. Barbe . . 
Burin 
Fogo 

Bonavista ... 
St. Barbe . . 

Trinity 

Twillingate... 

Bonavista ... 

St. Geo'-ge .. 

Placentia & St. ry's 

Burgeo and LaPoile ... 

Burin 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile... 
Twillingate... 
Trinity 
Twillingate 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

Fortune 
St. Barbe . . 
Fortune 
Bonavista . . 

Fortune 
Bonavista ... 



Trinity 

St. Barbe . . 

Harbor Main 



Cow Head in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Nipper's Harbor. 
Twillingate. 
Pilley's Island. 
Port Rex ton. 
Elliott's Cove. 
Robinson's Head; R. T.P.O. 
Bonne Bay. 

Beaubois, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Gander Bay in winter; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 
Qlovertown. 
Bonne Bay; Straits T.P.O. 

in summer. 

Northern Bight. 

{Shoal Harbor. 

Nipper's Harbor. 

King's Cove. 

Bay of Islands. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Rose Blanche. 

Lawn; Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Qaultois, per Susu. 
It II 

Push through, per Susu. 
Tilt Cove; T.PO. in sum. 
Northern Bight. 
Point Leamington in win.; 

T.P.O. in sum. 
Baiue Har., P.B. T.P.O. 

Heart's Content. 
George's Brook. 



Griguet. 
Pushthrough. 
Shambler's C. in win; Pool' 
T'. n.B. T.P.O. in sum. 

.A.vage; T.P.O. in sum. 
Glovertown;B.B. T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Bay Bulls Arm, Ry T.P.O. 
St. Anthony. 
C.B. Railwav T.P.O. 



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■ Tween " Hat. If it's a " Tween," it's a Fit. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


St. Ann'8 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Cow Head in winter; 


St. Barbe Ray 


St. Barbe 






Straits T.P.O. in sum. 


*St. Bride's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


*St. Brendan's 


Bonavista ... 


Glovertown in winter; 
B.B. T.P.O. in summer. 


St. Carols 


St. Barbe ... 


St. Anthony. 


St. Chads 


Bonavista ... 


Salvage Bay. 

Cow Head in winter; 


St. Genevieve 


St. Barbe .. 






Straits T.P.O. in sum. 


*St. George 


St. George ... 


St. George. 


*St. Jacques 


Fortune 


St. Jacques, per Snsu. 


St. John's Bay 


i( 


11 II 


St. John's Bay, ] 
St. John's Harbor, 
St. John's Islands, 


St. Barbe ... 


Cow Head in winter; 
Straits T.P.O. in sum. 


*St. John's 


St. John's West 


St. John's. 


St. John's East 


East 


11 


St. Jones' Without ... 


Trinity 


Fox Hat., Northern Bight. 


St. Jones' Within 


11 


Northern Bight. 


St. Joseph's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Joseph's. 


St. Joseph's 


(1 (1 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


St. Joseph's 


St. Barbe . . 


Bonne Bay. 


St. Julien's 


u 


Conche in win.;C. T.P.O. 
in summer. 


St. Kyran's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


*St. Lawrence 


Burin 


St. Lawrence. 


St. Leonard's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


St. Leonard's or 


« 




Lunaire Bay 


St. Barbe 


Griguet in win; T.P.O. sum 


St. Margaret's Bay . . 


t( 






*St. Mary's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Mary's. 


St. Mein Bay 


St. Barbe . . 


St. Anthony. 


St. Michael's 


Ferryland ... 


Tor's Core. 


St. Paul's 


St. Barbe . . 


Cow Head in winter; 
Straits T.P.O. in sum. 


St. Phillip's 


St. John's West 


St. John's. 


St. Shott's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


St. Shore's 


U 11 


It 


St. Vincent 


(1 II 


St. Mary's. 


Sally's Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


Bonne Bay. 


Salmon Cove 


Bay-de-Verde 


Carbonear, C.B. Ry. 


Salmom Ce, (Avondale) 


Harbor Main 


Avondale. 


SamonCove 


Port de Grave 


C.B. Railway 'A' 


Sa! non C.(Champney8) 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


SamonCove 


II 


Clarenvillc. 



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LTD., for Toys, 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Poet Town. 



Salmon Oove 

Salmonier 

Salmonier 

Salmonier 

Salmonier 

Salmonier, Plac. Bay. . 

Salmon Point 

Salt Arm 

Salt Pond 

Salt Pond 

Salter's Cove 

Salt Harbor 

♦Salvage 

Salvage Bay 

Sam Hitches 

Sam's Cove 

Sam&on's Island 

Sampson 

Sandy Bay 

Sandy Cove 

Sandy Cove 

Sandy Cove 

Sandy Cove 

Sandy Cove 

Sandy Harbor 

Sandy Lake 

Sandy Point 

Sand ford, or Hoop'g H. 

Sargent's Cove 

Sault Cove 

Saunder'e Cove 

Savage Cove 

Sconce Harbor 

Schooner Island 

Sceivonr's Island 

Scilly Cove( Winterton) 

Sciesor's Cove 

Scouse Cove 

Seal Bay 

Seal Cove 
Seal Cove 
Seal Cove 
Seal Ce, (now Chelsea). 



Twillingate... 

Burin 

Fortune 
Placentia & St. 

K (I 

Fogo 

St. Barbe ... 

Twillingate... 

Bonavista . . 
Twillingate.. 
Bonavista ... 

Fortune 
Twillingate... 

Bonavista . . 

St. Barbe ... 
Bonavista ... 
Burin 

Placentia & St. 
Port de Grave 
Fogo 

Placentia & St. 
St. George . . 

St. Barbe ,'.'] 

Fogo 

St. Barbe ... 

Bonavista ... 

St. Barbe . . 

Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 

Twillingate... 

Trinity 

Twillingate... 

Fortune 

Twillingate. . 

Bonavista ... 
Fortune 
Harbor Main 
Trinity 



Mary's. 



Mary's. 
Mary's. 



Jackson's Cove, King's Pt, 
in win.; T.P.O. in sum. 
Burin. 
Lamaline. 
Hermitage Cove. 
Salmonier. 

Argentia, Placentia Bay. 
Fogo. 
Englee. 

Pilley's Island. 
Lewisporte. 

Brooklyn; T.P.O. in sum. 
Herring Neck. 
Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 

Gaultois. 

Moreton's Harbor. 

Exploits. 

Glovertown; Bonavista Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Bonne Bay. 
Salvage Bay. 
Lamaline. 

Argentia, Placentia Bay. 
Bay Roberts. 
Fogo. 

Chambers, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Railway T.P.O. 
St. George. 
Englea. 
Fogo. 

Englee, Great Har. Deep. 
Glovertown. 
Flower's Cove. 
Belleoram. 
Qriguet. 
Lewisporte. 
Heart's Content. 
Lewisporte. 
Gaultois. 
Lea^^ing Tickles in winter; 

N. D. Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
Bonavista Railwaj. 
Hermitage Cove. 
C. B. Railway T.P.O. - 
Heart's Content. 



I 



Post Office heparimenl. 



m 



Dolls, Games and Holiday Goods. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Seal Cove 


Ferry land ... 


Tor's Cove. 


Seal Cove 


11 


Renews. 


Seal Cove 


Fogo 


Change Islands. 


Seal Cove 


ii 


Fogo. 


Seal Cove, Cat Harbor. 


t( 


Wesleyville. 


Seal Cove 


St. Barbe .".'. !!! 


Flower's Cove. 


Seal Cove 


<( 


Bonne Bay. 


Seal Cove, White Bay.. 


U 


Baie Verte in winter; 
N. Ooastal T.P.O. sum. 


Sealing Bight 


Twillingate. . 


Exploits. 


Seal Islands 


Burgee and LaPoile . 


Rose Blanche. 


Seal Rocks 


St. George . . 


St. George's. 


Searston 


" 


Little Codroy. 


Selby's Cove 


Trinity 


Heart's Content. 


*Seldoni-come-by 


Fogo 


Seldom-come-by. 


Sergeant's Cove 


Twillingate... 


Exploits. 


Serpentine River 


St. George . . 


Bay of Islands. 


Secostris Bay 


St. Barbe ... 






Shallop Cove 


Bona vista ... 


Qreenspond. 


Shallop Cove 


St. George . . 


St. George. [sum. 
St. Brendan's; T.P.O. in 


Shalloway Cove 


Bona vista ... 


Shallow Bay, near 
Cow Harbor, 


1 St. Barbe \ 


Bonne Bay in winter; 
Straits T.P.O. in sum. 


Shambler's Core 


Bonavista . . 


Hare Bay in winter; 
Greenspond in summer. 


Shandy Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Ship Cove 


ii 


(( 


1 Ship Cove, Oderin ... 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bav T.P.O. 


Ship Ce (Port Rexton). 


Trinity 


Trinity; T.P.O. in sum. 


Ship Cove 


Port de Grave 


Port de Grave C. B. Ry. 


Ship Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


Griguet. 


Ship Cove 


St. George ... 


Port au Port, S Crossing. 


^ Ship Cove 


Twillingate. 


Exploits. 


Ship Ce, Bay D'Espoir. 


Fortune 


Qaultois, per Susu. 


Ship Harbor 


Placentia A St. ivlary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Ship Island 


Bonavista ... 


Greenspond. 


f'hip Island 


Ferryland . . 


Tor's Cove. 


^ hoal Bay 


Twillingate... 


Little Bay. 


Shoal Bay 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Shoal Bay 


Bonavista ... 


Hare Bay. 


Shoal Brook 


St. Barbe ... 


Bonne Bay. 


. Shoal Cove, Cottel's Is. 
" Shoal Cove 
' Shoal Cove 


Bonavista ... 


St. Brendan's; T.P.O. sum. 


Twillingate.. 


Fortune Harbor. 


St. Barbe ... 


Flower's Cove. 


♦Shoal Harbor 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


» Shoe Cove 


Twillingate... 


Tilt Cove; T.P.O. in sum. 



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Name of Place. 


District. Post Town. 



Shoe Cove 

Shoe Cove 

Shoe Cove 

Sibley'e Cove (Selby's). 

Sibley's Ce, (Civil East) 

Skibbereen 

Skimmer's Cove 

Silver Fox Island 

Silver Point 

Silverton 

Skinner's Harbor 

Slaughter Cove 

Sleepy Cove 

Sloop's Run 

Small Point (Upper 

and Lower ...i 

Small's ..! 

Smith's Harbor (John) 

Smokey Run 
Smooth Cove 
Snelling Cove 
Snook's Arm 
Snook's Harbor 
Snook's Harbor 
Somerset 
Sop's Arm 

Sop's Arm and Island. 
*Sound Island 
South Dildo 
South East Bight 
Southern Bight 
Southern End 
Southern Harbor 
South River 
South Side 
Southward Bay 
(Charleston) 
South West Arm 
S. W. Arm, Green Bay 
S. W. Arm, New Bay .. 
♦Spaniard's Bay 
Spaniard's Cove 
Spanish Room 
Spear Cove, White Bay 



Bonavista ... 

Ferryland . . 

St. John's East 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Harbor Main 

Trinity 

Bonavista ... 

St. Barbe ... 

Fogo 

St. Barbe .. 
Twillingate. . 
Bonavista ... 

Bay de Verde 
Burgeo and LaPoile ... 
Twillingate 

Bonavista ... 
Bay de Verde 
Twillingate.., 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Twillingate... 

St. Barbe ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Port-de-Grave 

St. George ... 

Bonavista ... 



Greenspond. 

Renews. 

Pouch Cove. 

Heart's Content. 

Chambers; P.B.T.P.O. sum 

Harbor Main. 

Britannia Ce; T.P.O. sum. 

Fair Island. 

Bonne Bay. 

Change Island.s. 
Coachman's Cove. 
Twillingate. 



Twillingate 

u 

Harbor Grace 

Trinity 

Burin 

St. Barbe ... 



Carbonear, C. B. By. ' A.' 

Burgeo. 

King's Point in winter; 

N.D.Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
Salvage. 

Carbonear, C. B. Ry. ' A.' 
Twillingate. 

Tilt Cove; T.P.O. in sum. 
Elliott's Cove. 
Belleoram. 
George's Brook. 
Pilley's Island. 
Westport, W.B. T.P.O. sum. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Dildo. 

Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.U. 
Northern Bight. 
Change Islands. 
La Manche. 
C. B. Railway ' A.' 
St. George's. 

Bonavista Bay T.P.O. 
Pool's Island. 
King's Pt, N.D.Bay T.P.O. 
Point Leamington. 
Spaniard's Bay. 
Trinity; T. B. T.P.O. sum, 
Burin North. 
Westport, W. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 





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Readymades and Rain Coats. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Spencer's Cove 
Spillar's Cove 
Spilltr's Cove 
Spirit's Cove 
Spirity Cove 
Spoon Ce, now Epworth 
Spoon Cove 
Spout Cove 
Sprague's Cove 

Spread Eagle 

Springdale 

Springfield 

Spring's Arm 

Spruce Point 

Sjuid Cove 

Squid Cove 

Squid Tickle 

StafFordtown 

Stage Cove 

Stag Harbor 

Stanley's Cove 

Stanleyville 

Stark's Bight 

Starve Harbor 

Stepaside 

Stephenville 

*Stephenville Crossing 

Stevenson's Village ... 

Stock Cove 

Stock Cove 

Stocking Harbor 

Stone's Cove 

Stone Island 
Storehouse Cove 
Strickland Beach 
String Tickle 
Sugar Loaf 
Sulian's Cove 
Sullivan's Cove 
Sunimeiside (In. Arm) 
Summerville 
Sunday Cove Island .. 

Surgeon Cove 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

St. Barlie ... 

Twillingr ce. . 

St. Barbe ... 

Burin 

Harbor Grace 

Bay de Verde 

Trinity 



Twillingate... 
Port de Grave 
St. Barbe ... 
St. George ... 
Harbor Grace 
Twillingate... 
3onavista . . 
Twillingate... 

Fogo 

Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 

Twillingate 

Burin 

St. George . . 

Harbor Grace 
Bonavista . . 
Trinity 
Twillingate . . 
Fortune 

Ferryland ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. George . . 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Twillingate... 

St. George ... 
Bonavista . . 
Twillingate. . 



Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Bonavista. 
Griguet. 
Twillingate. 
Bonne Bay. 
Epworth. 
Harbor Grace. 
Carbonear, C.B. Ry 'A' 
Britannia Ce; Elliott's Ce, 
in winter; T.P.O. sum. 
Dildo. 

Springdale; T.P.O. in sum. 
C; B. Railway. 
Conche. 

Bay of Islands (Curling). 
Bryant's Cove, Har. Grace. 
jTwillingate. 

Salvage B.; T.O.P. in sum. 
iLittle Bay. 
Tilt Cove. 
Fogo. 

Pushthrough. 
Bonne Bay. 
St. Anthony. 
Herring Neck. 
Burin North. 

Stephenville Crossing. 

II II 

Harbor Grace. 

King's Cove. 

Chance Cove. 

Nipper's Harbor. 

Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

per Susu. 

Caplin Bay. 

Valen Id, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Bay of Islands. 

Fox Har., Northern Bight. 

Pushthrough. 

Little Bay Island 
II II 

Curling. 

Seal Cove, B.B. Railway. 

See Wellman's Cove and 

Port Anson. 
Exploits. 



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for Local View 


Namt of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Swain's Island 

Swale Island 

Swan Island Harbor... 

Sweet Bay 

Swerry Island 

Sydney Harbor 

Tack's Beach 

Tantamorant 

Tasse D'Argent, or 

Tosselo 
Tavernor's Point 
Taylor Bay 
Taylor Island 
Tea Cove 
Templemans 
Terra Nova River ... 
Terenceville 

Thicket 

Thimble Tickles, Thos. 

Rowsell's Islands, 
Thoroughfare 
Three Arms 

Three Guts, Port au 

Port Bay 
Three Island Harbor... 
Three Mountain Har 
Three Rock Cove 
Twart Island 
Tibberts 
Tibbos 
Tickle Cove 

Tickle Hr. (Belleoram) 
Tickle Beach, Long Hr 

Tickles 
♦Tilt Cove 
Tilton 
♦Tilting 

Tinker's Island 
Tipe's Cove 
Tile's Cove 
Tithe's Cove 



Bonavista . 
It 

Twillingate. 
Bonavista . 



Placentia & St. Mary's 
Carbonear ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Trinity 

Burin 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Bonavista ... 

Fortune 

Harbor Grace 

!- Twillingate •! 

Trinity 
Twillingate... 



St. George . . 
Bonavista ... 
St. Barbe .. 
St. George ... 
Twillingate . . 
St. George ... 
Burgeo and LaPoile . . 
Bonavista 

Trinity 
Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Twillingate . . 
Harbor Grace 
Fogo 

Bonavista ... 

Trinity 

Burin 

Trinity 



Wesleyville. 

Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 

Exploits. 

Bona. R. T.P.O. via Seal C. 

Deer Island. 

Fair Islands. 

Tack's Beach, P.B. T.P.O. 

C.B. Railway. 

Presque, Plac. Bay T.RO. 

Trinity. 

Lamaline. 

Belleoram. 

Fox Har., Northern Bight. 

Gieenspond. 

Railway T.P.O. 

Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

per Susu. 
Spaniard's Bay. 
Leading Tickles; T.P.O. 

in summer. [sum. 

Britaunia Cove; T.P.O. in 
King's Point in winter; 

N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 

S. Crossing, Port au Port. 

Greenspond. 

St. Anthony. 

Port au Port, S. Crossing. 

Exploits. 

Wood Island. 

Burgeo. 

Bonavi»ta Bay Railway, 

via Open Hall. 
Chance Cove. 
Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

per Susu. 
Colinet; Whitbourne. 
Tilt Cove. 

C.B. Railway T.P.O. 
Fogo in winter; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 
Greenspond, Pool's Island. 
Britanuia Ce; T.P.O. sum. 
Burin. 
Shoal Harbo;^. 





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139 


Post Cards and Souvenir Bpoks. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Tizzard's Harbor 

Tom Hall's Harbor 

Too Good Arm 

Tor's Cove 

Topsail 

Torbay 

Tosselo 

Tramer 

Tapper's Cove, Port 

au Choix, 
*Trepa3sey 
Tray town 
♦Trinity 
Trinity East 
Trinity B., Bona. Bay. 
Trinney's Cove 
Triton (Troy ton) 

Trouty 
Trout River 
Trump Island 
Trumpet Cove 
Turk's Cove 
Turk's Cove 
Turk's Gut, North Side 
Turk's Gut, South Side 
Turnip Cova 

Turtle Island 
*Tvvillingate 
Udle'sCove 
Unfortunate Cove 
Union Cove 
Upper Amherst Cove.. 
Upper Bacon Cove ... 
Upper Black Island ... 
Upper Burgeo 
Upper Dark Cove 
Upper Gullies 
Upper Island Cove ... 
Upper Lance Cove . . 

Upper Rocky Brook... 
Upper Small Point ... 
Yalen Island 



Twillingate 



Ferryland . . 
Harbor Main 
St. John's East 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Foitune 

1st. Barbe -f 



Placentia & St. 
Bona vista ... 
Trinity 



M 



ary s. 



Bonavista ... 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Twillingate.. 

Trinity 

St. Barbe ... 

Twillingate.. 

Trinity 
Fortune 
Port-de-Grave 
Harbor Main 
Fortune 



Placentia & St. 
Twillingate 
Bonavista ... 

St. Barbe ... 

(I 

Bonavista ... 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate 
Burgeo and La 
Bonavista ... 
Harbor Main 
Harbor Grace 
Trinity 



Bay de Verde 
Placentia Si St. 



Mary's. 



Poile.. 



Mary's, 



Moreton's Har. in winter; 

N D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 
Exploits. 
Herring Neck. 
Tor's Cove. 
Topsail. 
Torbay. 

Presque, Pl«c. Bay T.P.O. 
Harbor Briton. 
Cow Head in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in lum. 
Trepassey. 
Glovertown. 
Trinity. 

Bona. Ry T.P.O. & Trinity. 
Hare Bay, Fair Island. 
Railway T.P.O. in lum. 
Pilley'a Iiland in winter; 

N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 
Trinity. 

Bonne Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
Twillingate. 
Moreton'i Harbor. 
Heart's Content. 
Belleoram. 
Brigus. 

Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

per Susu. 
Flat Islands, P. Bry T.P.O. 
Twillingate. 
Port Bland ford. 
Flower's Cove. 
Englee. 
Bonavista. 
Avondale. 
Exploits. 
Burgeo. 
Gambo. 
Upper Gullies. 
Spaniard'^ Bay. 
Elliott's Cove in winter; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
George's Brook. 
Carbonear, C.B. Ry -A' 
Valen Id, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Valeutine C, Ballantine 
Valley field 
Venon's Island 
Vrys Beach 
Victoria 
Victoria Cove 

Victoria Village 

Villa Maria 

Villa Veau 

Virgin Arm 

Virgin Cove 

Viter's Ce, N. Pt-rlican 

Wadham Islands 

Wake's Brook 
Waldron's Cove 
Ward's Hailor 
Warren's Hai bor 
W^atermau's Harbor . . 
Weasel Island 
Webber's Bight 
Wellman's Cove 

* Wesley ville 
West Bay, Port au Port 
West Country Cove . . 
West Cul de Sac 
^Western Bay 
^Western Cove, West- 
port 
Western Ce, Barren Id 
Western Head 
Western Harbor 
Western Point 
Weymouth 
Whale's Brook 
Whale Cove 

Whale Cove 
Whale Gulch, New 

World Island 
*Whitbourne 
White Bear Bay 
White Island 
White Island 



St. George ... 
Bonavista ... 
Twillingate... 
St. George . . 
Trinity 
Fogo 

Carbonear 
Placentia & St. 



Mary's 



Twillingate... 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Trinity 
Fogo 

Trinity 
Twillingate... 

Bonavista . . 
St. Barbe ... 
Fortune 
Twillingate.. 



Bonavista ... 
St. George ... 
St. Barbe . . 
Bnrgeo and LaPuile . 
Bay de Verde 

St. Barbe 



Placentia & St. Mary's 
...: Twillingate... 



Burgeo and LaPoile 
St. Barbe ... 
Trinity 



Burin 

Twillingate... 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and LaPoile . 



Bay of Islands. 
Pool's Island. 
Tilt Cove. 
Bay of Islands, 
j Bonavista. 

'Gander Bay; s.s. Fogota in 
sum; Boyd's Cove in win. 
Carbonear. 
Placentia Railway T.P.O. 

Twillingate. 

Merasheen, Placenti' Bay. 
Heart's Content. 
Musgrave Har. in winter; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 
Shoal Harbor. 
Fortune Harbor. 
Pilley's Id; T.P.O. in sum. 
Greenspond. 
Conche. 
Belleoram. 
Fortune Harbor. 
Pilley's Island in winter; 

Nb.B. T.P.O in sum. 
Wesleyville. [Port au Port. 
Stephenville Crossing, 
Tilt Cove. 
Cape LaHune. 
jCarbonear, C.B. Ry 'A' 
Westport.W.B.; T.P.O. in 

summer, 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Moreton's Harbor. 
11 II 

LaPoile. 
Euglee. 

Heart's Content. 
Brit. Cove; Elliott's Cove; 
'^ " 0. in summer. 

UUil.Lt. 

Twillingate. 

Whitbourue. 

Burgeo. 

Griguet. 

Channel, 





Post Office Department. 




141 


the-minute Store for Men's Wear. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



White Point Cove . 
White Point 
White Point 

White Rock 

White Rock 

Whiteway 

Wicklow 

Wigwam Point 

Wild Bight 

Wild Bight 

Wild Bight 

Wild Cove 

Wild Cove 

Wild Ce(three on Fogo) 

Wild C!ove 

Wild Cove 

Wilton Grove 

Williamsport 

Wing Island 

Winter Brook (N. W 

Arm Sweet Bay 
Winter Grove 
Winter House Brook . 
Winter House Cove, 

N, W. Arm 
Winterton 
iViseman's Cove 
* Witless Bay 
Wolf Bay, Bay de Louy 
Wolf Cove, now 

Springdale 
Woodford Cove 
Woodford Station 
Wood's Island 
Woody Island 
Woody Island Bight... 
Woody Point 
Wreck Cove 
Wreck Island 
Yellow Fox Cove,N.B, 
Yellow Fcx Cove 
*York Harbor 
Young Head 
Zealot 



St. Barbe ... 
Placentia & St. 
Trinity 

Bonavista . . 
Trinity 

Harbor Main 
Twillingate... 



Mary' 



Fogo 

St. Barbe ... 
« 

Trinity 

St. Barbe ... 

Bonavista ... 



St. Barbe ... 

JTwillingate j 

Trinity 

St. Barbe ... 

Ferryland . . 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 

[-Twillingate \ 

It 

Harbor Main 

St. George ... 

Placentia ote St. ivlary's. 

Twillingate. . 

St. Barbe ... 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Twillingate.. 

Bonavista ... 

St. George ... 

Twillingate... 

St. Barbe .,. ... 



Englee. 

Valen Id, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Bonaventure; Trinity Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Brooklyn. 
George's Bi'ook. 
New Harbor. 
Holyrood. 
Botwood. 
Little Bay. 

Nipper's Har. [ington. 

Leading Tickles, Pt. Leam- 
Twillingate. 
Moreton's Harbor. 
Fogo. 

We8tport,W.B.; T.P.O. 
Bonne Bay. 
Clarenville. 
Englee in winter; 

C. T.P.O. N. in summer. 
Brooklyn. 

Jamestown. 
Flower's Cove. 
Bonne Boy. 
King's Point in winter; 

N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 
Heart's Content, 
Westport. 
Witless Bay. 
Burgeo. 
Hall's Bay, Springdale; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Little Bay. 
C.B. Railway T.P.O. 
Curling. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Exploits. 
Bonne Bay. 
Harbor Briton. 
Burgeo. 

Fortune Hr.; T.P.O. sum. 
Wesleyville. 
Curling. 

Nipper's Harbor, 
Conche. 



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List of Places re-named by Nomenclature Committee since 
their first meeting, January 30th. 1904. 



Cat's Cove, Harbor Main District 

Lee Bight, Trinity Bay 

Barren lalanil, Piaceutia B-y 
Belle Island Conception Bay 
Dark Tickle, Twillingate District 
Botwoodville, Notre Dame Bay 
Mosquito Cove, Conception Bay 
Lance Cove South, Trinity Bay 

Shoal Bay, Trinity Bay 

Western Ann, Fogo District 
Middle Bight, Harbor Main 
Burgoo, District Placentia and St. Mary's 
Southward Bay, Bona vista Bay 
Crab's, St. George's District 
Birchy Cove, Bay of Islands 
Railway Station, near Crabbe's 
Railway Station, between Crabbe's Brook and 
Highlands 

Salmon Cove, Tiinity Bay 

Grand River, Hamilton Inlet 
Little River, Burgeo and La Poile 
Dog Bay, Fogo District 
Sandy Point, Smith Sound, T. B. 
Rattling Brook, St. George's Bay 
Riverhead, White Bay 
Riverhead, Bay of Islands 

Fox Island, Fortune District 

Ram's Island, Placentia Bay 

Island Cove, near Heart's Delight, T. B. 

Queenstown, Fogo District 

Lance Cove North, near EUiston, T. B. 

Long Cove, Southwest Arm, Random, T. B. ... 

Railway Station and neii^hborhood, Bonavista. 

Lewieport, N. D. Bay District 

Northwet^t Arm, Trinity .. 

Ragged Harbor, Trinity District 

King's Cove, Trinity District 

Russell's Cove, Triuity District 

Seal Cove, Trinity District 

New Harbor, Bonavista Bay 

Noith West Arm, New Bay, Tvvillingate Dist" 

Backlands, Bay St. George 

Newtown, Sunday Cove Isld, Twillingate Dist 

Ship Cove and Robin Hood, T, B 

Gravels, Bay St. George 

Caplin Cove, Ferryland District . . .', 

Broad Cove, St. John's West 



Renamed Avondale North. 
" Adeyton. 
" Bar Haven. 

Bell Island. 
" Brighton. 
" Botwood. 

Bristol's Hope. 
" Brownsdale. 
" Cavendish. 
" Carmanville. 

Codner. 
" Chambers. 
" Charleeton. 

Crabbe's. 

Curling. 

Crabbe's East. 

Crabbe's West. 

" Champneys. 

" Gillisport. 

" Grey River. 

" Horwood. 

" Harcourt. 

" Heatherton. 

" Hampden. 

" Humbermouth. 

Isle Galet. 

" lona. 

" Islington. 

" Joe Batt's Arm. 

" Lancaster. 

" Loreburn. 

" Lethbridg". 

" Lewisporte. 

" Lockston. 

" Melrose. 

Milton. 

" New Melbourn 

" New Chelsea. 

" Newport. 

" Osuionton. 

" O'Regan. 

" Port Anson. 

" Port ReitoD. 

'• Port an Port. 

St. Michael's. 

'* St. Philip's. 



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Brighton, Bonaviata District 
Flat Islands, Bonavista District 
Grand River Gut, Codroy Valley 
Spaniard's Bay, Trinity District 
Broad Cove, Smith Sound, T. B. 
Indian Arm, Bonavista Bay 
Holyrood, Placentia and St. Mary's 
Fox Cove, Bonavista Bay 
Tilton Harbor, Fogo District 
Toad's Cove, Ferryland District 
North West Arm, Sweet Bay, B. B. 
Greenspond, White Bay, St. Barbe 
Western Cove, White Bay 
Witless Bay, Trinity Bay 
Scilly Cove, Trinity Bay 



. . Renamed Salvage Bay. 
" Samson. 
'• Searston. 
" Spaniard's Cove. 
" Somerset. 
" Summerville. 
" St. Vincent. 
" Templeman. 

Tilting. 

Tor's Cove. 
" Winter Brook., 
" Williamsport. 
" West port. 
" Whiteway. 
" Winterton. 



POST OFFICE DIRECTORY FOR LABRADOR COAST 
AND STRAITS OF BELLE ISLE. 

Post Offices marked (*) are in the Straits of Belle Isle. 



Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



Aaron Island 
Adnavick 
American Cove ... 
American Creek 
American Harbor 
American Tickle 
*AnteIope 
Antelope Tickle 
*Assizes Harbor 
Back Cove 
Bake Apple Bigbt 
*Barge Bay 
Barachois 
Batteau 

*Ba'tle Harbor ... 
Bird Islands 
Rird Rocks 
*Black Bay 
Black Cove 
Black Bear Bay 
Blackguard's Cove 
Black Island 
Black Tickle ... 
♦Blanc Sablou ... 



Spearj,Harbor. 
Adnavick. 
Grady. 
Grady. 

Comfoit Bight. 
Seal Islands. 
Henley Harbor. 
Indian Tickle. 
Battle Harbor. 
Dead Island. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Red Bay. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Batteaux. 
Battle Harbor. 
Venison Island. 

Do. 
Red Bay. 
Tub Harbor. 
Punch Bowl. 
Long Island. 
Black Island. 
Black Tickle. 
.,' Blanc Sablon. 



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Port of Call. 



♦Bels Amour 

Big Brook 

Bolster's Rock . . 

*Bonne Espcrance 

Bloomfield 

Bluff Head 

Bradore 

Breen's Tickle ... 

Brig Harbor 

Brigua 

*Cape Charles ... 

Cape Qreep (Grepe) 

Cape Harrigau ... 

Cape Harrison ... 

Cape North 
Cape Porcupine 
*Camp Island ... 
*Capson Irland ... 
Cartwriglit 
Caribou 
^Carroll's Co\'e 
Casey's Cove 
*Chatteau 
*Chimney Tickle 
*Chiviliere River 
Comfort Bight 
Cooper's Islands 
Cog's Cove 
Conception Harbor 
Codner's Cove ... 
Corbett's Harbor 
Cardie Cove 
Cuff Harbor 
Cunningham's Bight 
Curlew 
Cnt Throat 
Dark Tickle 
Davis' Inlet 
Dead Island 

Deep Water Creek 

Dog Island 
Domino 

Dooling's Tickle 
Double Mare 



Salmon River. 

Holton. 

Bolster's Rock. 

Bonne Esperance. 

Mannock's Island. 

Indian Harbor. 

Bradore. 

Indian Tickle. 

Brig Harbor. 

Punch Bowl. 

Cape Charles. 

Indian Tickle. 

Fanny's Harbor. 

Cape Harlison. 

Grady. 

Pack's Harbor. 

Chimney Tickle. 

L'Anse au Loup. 

Cartwright. 

Francis Harbor Bight. 

Red Bay. 

Indian Tickle. 

Chateau. 

Chianey Tiokle. 

Bonne Esperance. 

Comfort Bight. 

Snug Harbor. 

Venison Islands. 

Smokey Tickle. 

Indiau Tickle. 

Punch Bowl. 

Seal Islands. 

Indian Harbor. 

Rigolet. 

Long Island. 

Cut Throat. 

Emily Harbor. 

Dav's Inlet. 

Dead Island ; also Deep Water 

Creek, Battle Harbor. 
Dead Island ; also Deep Water 

Creek, Battle Harbor. 
Spear Harbor. 
Domino. 

Do. 
Smokey Tickle, 



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Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



♦East St. Modiste 
Edward's Harbor 
Egg Harbor 
Emily Harbor ... 
Entrj' Island 
Fanny's Harbor 
Farmer's Cove ... 
Fishing Ship's Harbor 
Five Islands 
Ferrit Island 
Flat Island 
Flounder's Bight 
*Forteau 

*Fourteau Lighthouse 
Fox Cove 
Fox Island 
*Fux Harbor 
Francis Harbor Bight 
French Cove 
Frenchman's Island 
George's Cove ... 

Do. 
George's Island ... 
George's River 
George's Run 
Grady 
*Grassey 
Greenly Island 
*Green Island 
Green Cove 
Griffin's Harbor 
*Gulch Cove 
Racket's Harbor 
Hair Harbor 
Hair Island 
Hamilton Inlet 
Hare Tickle 
Hawk's Harbor 
Hill's Cove 
Hill's Harbor 
Hill's Haibor 
Hebron 

*Henley Harbor 
Hiscock's Harbor 
Holton 
Hopedale 



East St. Modiste. 
Indian Harbor. 

Do. 
Emily Harbor. 

Do. 
Fanny's Harbor. 
Griffin's Harbor. 
Fishing Ship's Harbor. 
Emily Harbor. 
Iii'lian Tickle. 
Flai Islands. 
Turnavick. 
Forteau. 

L'Anse au Loup. 
Dead Island. 
Emily Harbor. 
Battle Harbor. 
Francis Harbor. 
Scram my. 
Seal Islands. 

Do. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
George's Island. 
Rigolet. 
Batteaux. 
Grady. 
Blanc Sablon. 

Do. 

Do. 
Tub Harbor. 
Griffin's Harbor. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Grady. 
Long Island. 
Windsor's Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Aclnavick. 
Hawk's Harbor. 
Bolster's Rock. 
Seal Islands. 
Grady. 
Nain. 

Henley Harbor. 
Comfort Bight. 
Holton. 
Hopedale. 



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Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



Horse Harbor 

Ice Tickle 

Hack 

Independent 

Indian Bight 

Indian Harbor 

Indian Inlands, G. W. Bay 

Indian Tickle 

'"■Isle au Boise 

Ironbound Island 

Jigger's Tickle 

King's Bay 

Kipicock 

Lady's Arm 

^L'Anee au Morts 

*L'anfe an Diable (Jibble) 

'^L'anse au Clair 

^L'anse au Cottar 

Lance au Loup 

Lance Cove 

'*Lewi8 Bay 

Lester's Point 

Little Harbor 

Little Harbor, G. W. Aay 

Little Fisheries 

Little Hoi ton 

Long Island 

"*Leng Point 

Lord's Arm 

Macovick 

Mannock's Island 

Mark's Harbor 

""■Mathias Cove 

Meckienburgli 

Merchantman's Harbor 

■♦Middle Bay 

Mosquito 

Morgan Harbor 

Mousy 

Mullins'w Cove 

Do 

Musgrave Harbor 
Murray's Harbor 
-*Mutton Biy 
Nain 
"^Natashijuan 



Horse Harbor. 

Indian Harbor. 

Hack. 

Pack's Harbor. 

Francis Harbor Bight. 

Inrlian Harbor. 

Pack's Harbor. 

Indian Tickle. 

Blanc Sablon. 

Ironbound Island. 

Jigger Tickle, 

Sloop Cove. 

Hack. 

Sung Harbor. 

L'Anse au Loup. 

Do. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Blanc Sablon. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Rattle Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Spear Harbor. 
Indian Harbor. 
Salmon River. 
Little Holton. 
Long I;*lsnd. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Long Tickle. 
Muscovik. 

Do. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Battle Harbor. 
Spear Harbor. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Salmon River. 
Spear Harbor. 
Little Harbor. 
Long Tickle. 
Emily Harbor. 
Grady. 

Do. 
I Spear Harbor. 
Bonne Esoerance. 
Nain. 
Bonne Esperance. 



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Name of Place. 


Port of Call. 



New Harbor 
Negro's Sound 
Northwest River 
Nowlan's Harbor 
■Occasional Harbor 
■October Harbor 
Okack 
Open Bay 
■Orleans Harbor 
Pack's Harbor 
Payne's Cove 
Pigeon Islands 
*Pigeon Island 
*Piednoir — Pniware 
Pinware 
Petty Harbor 
Piper's Tickle 
Partridge Bay 
Partridge Harbor 
♦Pleasure Harbor 
*Point aux Morts 
Port Charlotte 
-*Pommeroy's Island 
Pennyhook's Cove 
Punch Bowl 
-*Quare Island 
Ragged Islands 
Railway Islands 
Rammah 
Rattler's Bight 
■*Red Bay 
Red Island 
Red Point 
Red Point Cove 
Rigolet 

Roger's Harbor 
Round Island 
Rover's Island 
Run by Guess 
Salmon Bight 
Salmon Point 
*Salmon River 
Sandy Cove 
Sandy Hook 
Sandy Hill Tickles 
.Sandy Islands 



Bonne Esperance. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Dead Island. 
Occasional Harbor. 
Fishing Ships' Harbor. 
Nain. 

Punch Bowl. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Indiau Harbor. 

Do. 
Bonne Esperance. 

Do. 
West St. Modeste. 
Spear Harbor. 
Bolster's Rock. 
Scrammy. 
Spear Harbor. 
Chimney Tickle. 
Seal Islands. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Chimney Tickle. 
Punch Bowl. 
Indian Harbor. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Ragged Island. 
Pnnch Bowl. 
Nain. 
Nain. 
Red Bay. 
Indian Tickle. 
Francis Haibor Bight. 
Red Point. 
Rigolet. 
Long Tickle. 
Long Island. 
Indian Tickle. 
Indian Harbor. 
Black Tickle. 
Indian Tickle. 
Salmon River. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 

Do. 
Indian Tickle. 
Sandy Island. 



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Naaie of Place. 



Salt Pond 

Salt Poud 

Seal Bight 

Sandwich Bay 

*Schooner Cove 

*Schooner Cove 

Scrammy 

Seal Inlands 

Seine Islands 

Selhy's Cove 

Shoal Bay Islands 

Shoal Tickle 
Do. 

Ship Harbor 

Ship Run 
Sloop Cove 

Do. 
Sloop Harbor 

Do. 
Soddy Island 
Sophia's Harbor 
South East Cove 
Snack Cove 
Suij^ Harbor 
Sniokey Tickle 
Spear Harbor 
Spotted Islands 
Splitting Knife 
Square Islands 
Squa.Mho Run 
Styles 
Stag Tickle 
Strawbeny 
*Ten)]ile Bay 
Tinker Harbor 
Thomas Bay 
Tickle 
Tramore 
*Trap Cove 
Transport Island 
Triangle 
Tonchialick 
Tub Harbor 
Tub Island 
Tnrnavick 
Venison Islands 



Port of Call. 



Little Harbor. 

Comfort Bight. 

Murray Harbor. 

Cartwright. 

L'Anse au Loii]). 

Dead Island. 

Scrammy. 

Seal Islands. 
Do. 

Punch Bowl. 
Do. 

Seal Islands. 

Malta. 

Spear Harbor. 

Sniokey Tickle. 

Sloap Cove. 
. Fishing Ships' Harbor. 

Punch Bowl. 
Emily Harbor. 
Scrammy. 
Murray'3 Harbor. 
Long Islond. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Snug Harbor. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Spear Harbor. 
Spotted Islands. 
Sniokey Tickle. 
Square Island.";. 
Venison Islands. 
Hawke's Harbor. 
Holtou. 
Hack. 

Htiiloy Harboi. 
Holton. 

Mannock's Island. 
Windsor's Harbor. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Battle Haibor. 
Venison Island. 
Dead Island. 
Cape Harrison. 
Tub Haibur. 
Pock's Harbor. 
Turnavick. 
Venison Island. 



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Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



Venison Tickle . . 
»West St. Modeste 
Webber's Cove . . 
White Bears 
White Islands . . 
White Point Bay 
Wild Bight 
Wilcock's Arm . . 
Williams' Harbor 
Winter Cove 
Wolf Islands . . 



Venison Island. 

West St. Modeste. 

Punch Bowl. 

White Bears. 

Domino. 

Sloop Cove. 

Venison Island. 

Batteaux. 

Francis Harbor Bight. 

Indian Harbor. 

Indian Tickle. 



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POSTAL TELEGRAPHS. 



List of Officers. 

tSl. J on's's— Superintendent — David Stott. 

" Clerk in Charge — George J. Veitch. 

" Inspector — John W. Mitchell. 

" Accountant and Check Clerk — Alexander Rooney. 

" Check Clerk Hedley V. Garland. 

" Assistant Check Clerk — Walter Jeans. 

" Junior Check Clerk — Sidwell Willej. 

" Colltctor and Messenger — William Sheppard. 

■" Chief Operators — John Curtis, John T. Meaney. 

Operators— 3. D. O'Donnell, F. Maniiel, Allan M. Fraser, 
Joseph Small, George White, Allison Kelland, Alexander 
Mitchell, Michael Bonia, Wm. J. Ashley, Mary J. Farrell, 
Daisy Myrick, Gertrude Targett, Bride Murphy, Katie 
O'Driscoli, Ethel Irish, William Mitchell, Walter Garf, 
Harry Willar, Kenneth Pike. 
Counter Clerks - George R. Lindsay, Alfred Reee. 
Delivery Clerk — Chesley Coultas. 
Typewriter — Henry F. Butler. 
Linimen — William Tobin, John Doyle. 
.Storekeeper — William F. Trelegan. 
'Office Tenders— James Escott, John Jackman, John Mullins, 

Wm. Morris. 
Messengers -- Wm. Day, William Phclan, Chesley Barnes, 
Cyril Simmonds, Herbert Chapman, Chesley Murray, Jos. 
Squires, Wm. E. Campbell, Wm. Collins, Gordon Driscoll, 
James Jackman, Herbert Parsons, Harry Collins, Ralph 
Pynn, Leslie Coultas, Ronald Watson, Frederick Gushue, 
Donald Norris, Alfred Garland, Arthur Woolridge, Thos. 
Moore, Rex Nicol, Bryan Rees. 



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Office. Operator. 

Alexan^'er Bay — L. G. Burton. 
Anderson's Cove — Blanche Banfield. 
Avondale — Bertha Moore. 
Badger — M. Cunningham. 
Bale Verte — Jessie Jackman. 
Baine Harbor — Winnie Smith. 
Bay de Verde — Mrs. Andrew Moore. 
Bay L'Argent— V. E. Banfield. 
Bay Roberta — Violet Parsons. 

Do. (Messenger — C. Mercer, 

Beaverton — E. S. Hennebury. 
Belleoram — Ida Cluett. 
Bell Island— Richard D. Walsh. 

Do. (Me.isfnger) — M. Jackman. 
Bishop's Falli— Madeline Duir. 

Do. (Assist) — Teresa White. 
Do. (Messr.)— P. White. 
Black Head — Agnes Hillianl. 
Bonavista— N. P. White. 

Do. (Messenger) — iV. Ryder. 
Bonne Bay— Charles Read. 
Botwood — Gladys CunniDgham. 
Branch — Kate English. 
Brig Bay— Marie M. Hall. 
Brigiu— Elsie Bartlett. 

Do. (Assist.) — Beatrice Chafe. 
Brigus Junction — Wm. P. Hiscock. 
Britannia Cove— Kenneth Leawood. 
Brookfield (Telephone)— S. S. Smith. 
Brooklyn- Louisa Rogers. 
Burin — Ray Winter. 
Campbelltou — Daisy Bradley. 
Cape Race — Hannah J. Myrick. 
Cape Ray— Marconi Staff. 
Carbonear — James A. Goff. 

Do. (Asst. & Mea.- J. Cahill.l 
Catalina — Fanny Courage. 

Messenger— Ella Courage. 
Cat Harbor— Flora Penny. 
Change Islands— Sadie E. Foley. 
Channel— Julia A. Currie. 
Clarke's Beach— M. C. Jerrett. 

Messenger— Wm. Anthony. 
Coachman's Cove— Mary Downey. 
Codroy — Selina Jones. 
Come-by-;hance— Thos. J. Murphy, 

Concbe 

Conception Harbor— Lulu O.Toole. 



Office. Operator. 

Cook's Harbor— F. G. Matthews. 
Cow Head — Freeman Payne. 
Crabb's — James Pike. 
Curling — Alex. Read. 

Aisistant — Henry Sweetland. 
Daniel'* Harbor — Charlotte Biggin. 
Deer Lake — Paul Moore. 
Dunville — May Tobin. 
Elliston— Elizabeth Martin. 

Englee — 

English Harbor West — Be«3ie Pine.- 
Epworth — L. E. Bugden. 
Exploits — A. Freeman. 
Flat Islands, P.B.— Meta Clarke.. 
Fogo — Violet Baker. 
Flower's Cove — Maissie Bailey. 
Fortune— Amelia Bennett. 
Fortune Harbor — Edith Miller. 
Fox Harbor — Nellie Hetley. 
Gaff Topsails — Wm. Perehard.- 
Gambo — Olivia Forsey. 
Gander Bay — Laura Franci.->, 
(Jainish — Esther March. 
Ganltois — Sarah Simms. 
Gemgc's Brsok — Dora Pelley. 
G!, hv>Mod— H. R. Rowsell. 
Giaiid Bank — Mabel Forsey. 

Messenger — John Penwill. 
Giand Falls — Robert F. Newhook.- 

Assistant— W. J. Sullivan. 

Messenger — Charles Bishop. 
Grand Lake— Charles W. Tilley. 
Grate's Cove— Ethel Avery. 
Great Burin— Harriet S. (Collins. 
Green's Harbor — E. A. Mitcham. 
Greenspond — Louis House. 
Griguet— L. Q. Smith. 
Hant's Harbor — E Clare Jeans. 
Harbor Breton— William Sodero. 
Harbor Grace— Arthur W. Heath. ■ 

Messenger — Wm. Madigan. 
Harbor Main—Bridget Ezekiel. 
Heart's Content— T. S. Rowe. 
Heart's Delight— George Hobbs. 
Hermitage — Annie Way. 
Herring Is^eck — Malcolm Simms.- 
Holyrood— John Hannon. 
Horwoods — Florence Oake. 



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Office. Operator. 

Port-de-Grave — W. Christopher. 
Port Rexton — Amelia Fowlow. 
Port Saunders — Maud Kennedy. 
Rencontre — M. F. Hartigan. 
Riverhead, St. Mary's — S. Ahearn. 
Robert's Arm— K, W. Knight. 
Robinson's Head — James E, Carter, 
St. Anthony — Hettie Roberts. 
St. Bride's — Kate v.)onway. 
St. George's — Maud Morris. 

Assistant — Adelia Cutler. 
St. Jacques — P. J. McEvoy. 
St. Joseph's — P. J. (Jurmack. 
St. Lawrence — Cecilia Fewer. 
St. Vincent — Mrs. J. Gibbons. 
Salmonier, N. S. — Janie F. Hawco, 
St. Mary's — Honora Gibbone. 
Salvage -W. J. Dewey. 
Sandy Point — A. Agatha Abbott. 
Scilly Cove — William French. 
Seal Cove, W. Bay — Jos. Oabourne, 
Searston — Sarah O'Quinn. 
Seldom-come-bv — F. E. Newell. 
Sound Inland— E. W. Beck. 
Southern Bay.B.B. — RoaalieQuintoni 
Spaniard's Bay — J. L. Qosee. 

Messenger — May Gosse. 
Springdale— M. B. Huxtei-. 
Stephenville — Adeline White. 
Stefihenville Crossing — A. D. Butler 
Stone's Cove — Fred. Dinham. 
Terenceville — Richard Benning. 
Three Arms— E. T. Strong. 
Tilt Cove — W. Cunningham. 
Tilting— Isabella Burke. 
Topsail — Florence Miller. 
Trepassey — May Curtis. 
Trinity — Rachel Fowlow. 
Twillingate — Sarah J. Patten. 

Messenger — Ida Young. 
Upper Island Cove — Walter Crane. 
Valleyfield — Frederick Hoskins. 
Wesleyville — E. Sainsbury. 
Western Bay — Ewen Kennedy. 
Westport — H. L. Pearce. 
WhitDourne — Maggie Cook. 
Wood's Island -Mrs. K. B. Wade. 

Tariff between th« foregoing ofl&oes :— Twenty cents for ten words 
and two cent* for aach additional word. Five figures to go as one word. 



Office. Operator. 

Humbermouth — A. O'Brien. 
Joe Batt's Arm — Florence Coffin. 
King's Cove — L. Devine. 
King's Point — Delphine Thistle. 
Lanialine — F. E. Hann. 
Lark Harbor- W. A. Gabriel. 
LaScie — Jessie Miles. 
Lawn — Theresa Murphy. 
Lewisporte — Blanche Martin. 
Little Bay — Cassie Stewart. 
Little River — John Uoyle. 
Long Harbor Beach — Geo. Courage. 
Lower I«. Cove — Majy J. Snelgrove. 
Maauels— Eva Best. 
Maryntown — Beatrice Murphy. 
Millertown— K. Rowsell. 
Mill«rtown Junctown — A.J. Kirby. 
Moreton's Harbor — Violet Mill*. 
Musgrave Har. — Annie E. Abbott. 
Musgravetown — Sara A. Prince. 
New Harbor— S. M. L. Giles. 
New Melbourne — L. B. Curtis. 
New Perlican — Elsie Bemister. 
Newtown — Bernard Norris. 
Nipper's Harbor — Herbert Batstone. 
Norris' Arm — Harry G. Col bourne. 
Norris' Point— Emma Halfyai-d. 
Northern Bav— Mrs. James March. 
Northern Bight— Walter W. Frost. 
North West Arm — Theresa House. 
Old Perlican — Blanche March. 
Parson's Pond— Beulah Cutler. 
Pilley's Island — Winnie GarlHn<l. 
Placentia, Jersey Side — Ida Hartigan 
Placentia, Town Side — Bes. Hartigan 
Point Leamington — Pearl S. Bowden 
Pool's Cove — Elizabeth Reeves. 
Port au Choix — Agatha Roche. 
Port au Port — Essie Hyaes. 
Port-aux- Basques — 

First Operator -M. P. Smart. 

Assist. Operator — Rich. Murphy. 
Do. — John A. Cox 

Night Operator — 

Messenger — Clement Carew. 

Hr. Mas. & Watchman — W. Vardy 
Port Bland ford -B. M. Anthony. 



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Cable Coaoection. 

The Government Postal Telegraph Cable between Port-aux-Ba?que8, 
Nfld., and Canso, N. S., connects at the latter pliice with the Commercial 
Cable Company, which has five cables in operation across the Atlantic. 

Other connections are :— The Commercial Pacific Cable Company ; 
The British Postal Telegraphi ; The Commercial Pacific Cable Company ; 
The German Atlantic Cable Company ; The Halifax and Bermuda liable 
Company The Direct Weit India Cable Company ; The Postal Telegraph 
Cable Company (of America); The C. P. R. Telegraphs ; The Marconi 
Wireless Telegraph System. 

New Cable to South Africa. 

Via Commercial, Azorei, St. Vincent. 

To ensure messsges being sent by thia short route, they must be 
handed to Postal Telegraph Otficei. 

New All-Submarine Cable to Havana. 

The Commercial Cable Company has opened an All-Submarine Cable 
Route from New York direct to Havana. Cablegrams for Cuba and other 
West India Islands, should be filled with the Nfld. Postal Telegraphs. 

Night Lettergrams. 

Night Lettergrams are Messages not exceeding fifty words that may- 
be transmitted during the night while the ofiices are closed for regular 
business, and are eant at the same rate as ten words in the daytime. 

Night Lettergrams are accepted at St. John's Offices for Canada and 
United States and by the Commercial Cable Company or any of the New- 
foundland Cable connections in the United States and Canada for all 
Postal Telegraph Oflicee in Newfound'and. They must be written in 
plain English, Code or Cipher words not being permitted. 



<iEDncational 2Dfpartmcnt. 

SUPERINTENDENTS OF EDUCATION. 

For Church of Englccnd Schools~\N . W. Blackall, B.A. 

Assistant — S. C. Thompson, A. A. 
For Roman Catholic Schools (Island, excluding Diocese of Harbor 
Grace)— Vmcent P. Burke, A.A. 

For Roman Catholic Schools, Diocese of Harbor Grace— T. Hanrahan. 
For Methodist Schools— Hev. Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D. 

Assistant — E. Lodge, A.A. 
For Salvation Army 5'c/iooZs— Staflf-Capt. W. H. Cave. 
Inspector of Presbyterian Schools— Bev. J. S. Sutherland, M.A. 
Inspector of Congregational Schools— Her. J. Thackeray. 



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COUNCIL OF HIGHER EDUCATION- 

President— 'Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., I.S.O. 

Vice-Presidents — Rev. Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D. (Methodist Superin- 
tendent of Education), Rev. P. J. Culhane. 

Secretary ctnd Registrar — Andrew Wilson. 

W. W. Blackall, B.A., Ch. of England Superintendent of Education. 

Vincent Burke, A. A., Roman Catholic Superintendent of Education, 
Diocese of St. John's. 

Thomas Hanrahan, Roman Catholic Superintendent of Education, 
Diocese of Harbor Grace. 

Ezra Lodge, A. A., Assistant Superintendent of Methodist Schools. 
S. C. Thompson, A.A., Assistant Superintendent of C. of E. Schools. 
R. R. AVood, B.A., Headmaster of Bishop Feild College. 
Rev. J. B. Ryan, Headmaster Roman Catholic College. 
S. T. Harrington, M.A., Headmaster Methodist College. 
John Pewar, M.A., Headmaster Presbyterian College. 

Rev. 



Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A. 

'• M. Fenwick, D.D. 
Right Rev. Monsignor Roche, 
Rev. F. D. McCarthy, 

" S. J. Whelan, 
John W. Withers, 
W. F. Lloyd, D.C.L. 
J. M. Kent, B.A., K.C. 
D. J. Davis, B.Sc. 



A. P. Kennedy, 
" P, V. Strapp, 
Hon. John Harvey, M.L.C. 
C. MacPherson, Esq., M.D., CM. 
C. H. Hutchings, Esq., K.C. 
S. P. Whiteway, Esq. 
George House, Esq. 
Stati-Capt. W\ H. Cave, S.A. 
Mrs. A. N. Gosling. 



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INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND 
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Church of England College. 

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Directors: 
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Rev. Canon White, 

" Canon Bolt, 

" H. Uphill, 

" G. R. Godden, M.A. 
J. W. Withers, 
J. Outerbridge, 
A. J. Harvey, 
Hon. E. R. Bowring, 

" George Knowling, 

" M. G. Winter, 



C. S. Pinsent. Hon. Secy. 
Hon. R. Watson, 

" W. C. Job, 
W. S. Monroe, 
F. W. Hay ward, 
J. A. Clift, K.C. 

D. M. Browning, K.C. 
H. W. LeMessurier, 
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BtsHOP Feild Collkqe. 

Headmaster — K. K. Wood, B.A. (Cambridge). 

Assistant Masters — A. E. Bernard (J/ondon), A. A. (Prizeman); G, 
House, A.A.; C. E. A. Jeffery (Loiidou), A. A.; H. W. F. Blaekall (LoH' 
don); I. J. ISamson, A. A.; Reginald Kowsell, A.A.; Arthur Kaley. 

Preparatory Department — Miss Steed, A. A.; Miss Dunfield. 
Music and Drawing — H. W, Stirling, L.L.C.M. 
Typewriting — A. Raley. 
Manual Training — I. J. Samson. 

Girls' Department. 

Bishop Spkncer College. 

Principal — Miss Stirling. 

Vice-Principal — Miss G. Fisher, B.A. (London). 

Assistants — Miss M. Worrall, A. A.; Miss A. Smeeton; Miss E. Col- 
lins, A.A.; Miss Hele. 

Primary Department — Miss Hutchings. 

Drawing — Miss Dawsou, A.C.P. 

Needlework — Miss Bremner. 

Music— Mi. H. W. Stirling. 

Board of Examiners for Granting Certificates of Qualifications 

to Teachers. 

W. W. Blaekall, B.A., Superintendent. 
Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A. S. C. Thompson, A. A. 

Eev. Canon Noel, R.D. Rev. Canon White. 

rdonial and Continental Church Society (Incorporated 1852). 

Patron— liin Most Gracious Majesty the King. 

Vice-Patrons— Uia Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, His Grace 
the Archbishop of York, His Grace the Archbishop of Armagh, and nearly 
all the Bishops of the Church of England. 

Corresponding Committee in Newfoundland. 

(Incorporated.) 
President— The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Newfoundland. 
Secretary-Treasurer— Hey. Canon Bolt, M.A. 
Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D. Hon. Dr. Skelton, 

Hon. Sir W. H. Horwood, J. A. Clift, K.C. 

Rev. Canon Smith, Alex. J. Harvey, 

Rev. Canon White, I Hon. G. Knowling, 

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Central Training School. 

Principal of Boys' School — J. H. Scammell (Acting). 
Principal of Girls' School — Miss Short. 

(Each assisted with a staff of Pupil Teachers). 
Matron of Pupil Teachers' Home — Miss Hele (Acting). 

Boards of Education (Alphabetically arranged). 

1. Baeachoix — Kev. E. A. Butler, Chairman; Kobt. Shears (Middle 
Baraehoix), Jas. A. Shears (Robinson's Head), Clement Keuouf (Crabbes 
Brook), Thos. Leg<{e (Kobinson's Head), John E. Morris (Crabbes Brook), 
G. N. Shears (Crabbes Brook), Thomas Gale (Kobinson's), K. T. Legge 
(Cartyville). 

2. Bareneed— Rev. Frank Severn, Chairman; Nathan Newell, John 
Seeley, William Richards, Samuel Bartlett, John Thomas Boone, John 
Greenland. 

3. Barr'd Islands and Joe Batt's Arm — Rev. Edward Andrews, 
Chairman; John Coftia (Joe Batt's Arm), Alex. Coffin (Joe Batt's Arm), 
Geo. Foster (Barr'd Islands). Joseph Cull (Shoal Bay), Simon Brett (Joe 
Batt'i Arm), Abram Godwin (Barr'd Islands), Arthur Collin (Joe Batt's 
Aim), Elijah Cull (Barr'd Islands). 

4. Battle Harbor— Rev. , Chairman; John Brad- 
bury, George Smith, Noah Rumboldt (Trap Cove), John Stone (Henley 
Harbor), Lorenzo Pye (Cape Charles). 

5. Bay de Verde — Rev. J. L. Brodie, Chairman; Stephen Blundon, 
Thomas Cull (Caplin Cove), Wm. J. Meadus (Grate's Cove) James Barter, 
John Keats, John C. Emberl»iy. 

6. Bay of Islands— Rev. H. Petley, Chairman; Moses Sheppard 
(Lark Harbor), George Wheeler (Frenchman's Cove), James T. Thorne 
(Curling), U. N. Bagg (Curling), A. Barrett (Curling), A. Brake (Mea- 
dows), G. Arnott (Humbermouth), George Davis (Summerside). 

7. Bay Roberts — Rev. H. V. Whitehouse, Chairman; Wm. Parsons, 
G. W. Jardine, Robert Dawe, W^m. Mercer, Robt. Saunders (Shearstown), 
Bethlehem Mercer, John W. Dawe. 

8. Belleoram— Rev. A. E. Tulk, B.A., Chairman; F. Curnew, L. A. 
McCuish, Dr. Fitzgerald (St. Jacques), S. L. Young (St. Jacques), George 
Coffin (Rencontre), G. T. Bond (Stone's Cove), Levi Barnes (Harbor Mille), 
William J. Banfield (Bay L'Argent). 

9. Bell Island— Rev. J. Stead, Chairman; \Mlliam Bennett, Geo. 
Parsons, William Kees, senr., Charles Foote. 

10. BoxAViSTA— Rev. A. G. Bayly, M.A., Chairman; Robert Ford, 
John Lockyer, William Miles, Daniel Filield, John S. Rowsell, Levi 
Templeman, Hugh Abbott. 

11. Bonne Bay— Rev. Wm. R. J. Higgett, Chairman; G. W. Wilton, 
J. P. Haliburton (Woody Point), Stephen Taylor, JohnR. Roberts (Woody 
Point), Walter Young (Birchy Head), Bryant Harding (Norris Point). 

12. BOTWOOD— Rev. M. K. Gardner, Chairman; J. W. Aitken, H. 
Burt, A. Burt, James Inder, John Hopkins (Norris's Arm), James^ 
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13. Brigus— Rev. G. H. Field, Chainnan: Samuel E. Chafe, George 
Butland, John Bishop (Burnt Head), Samuel Morgan (Burnt Head), Capt. 
M. Bartleti, William Curnew (The Gullies). 

14. Brooklyn— Rev. E. Nichols, Chainnan; Levi Prince (Seal Cove), 
Joseph Vetman (Jamestown(, Albert Stairs, Ahram Penny (Canning's 
Cove), William Ery (Indian Arm), John Prince (Southern Bay). 

15. BURGEO — Kev. Edgar H. Fletcher, Chairman; Henry Clement 
, (Secretary), John Cunningham, Phili]) Dicks, George Samways, Thomas 

Moulton, Will Matthews (of John), Rupert C. Matthews. 

16. Bhrin— Rev. A. T. Talk, Chnirman: William Paul, George A. 
Bartlett, Frank LeFeuvre, Lawrence Cheeseman (Port aux Bras), Samuel 
Bennett (Port aux Bras), Henry Brown (Rock Harbor), Henry Stevens 
(Mortier Bay). 

17. Burnt Islands— Rev. Rowland Hills, Chairman; James Chalk, 
John Meede, senr., Abram Keeping, John King, junr. 

18. Carbonear— Rev. C. W. Hollands, Chairman; Moses Earle, G. 
Moulton, C. Frampton, E. Chipman, L. Pike, John Marks. 

19. Catalixa — Rev. G. S. Chamberlain, Chairman; F. Somertoa 
(Secretary), Capt. W. Rogers, George Gullage, Theo. Sheppard, Dougald 
White, Samuel Mifflen, Fred. Somerton, J. P. 

20. Champnkvs— Rev. J. J. White, Chairman ; James Freeman 
(Champneys West), Benjamin Day (Champneys Arm), Robert Nurse 
(Champneys East), Alexander Penny (English Harbor). 

21. Chanqe Islands— Rev. W. K. Pitcher, Chairman; F. C. Earle, 
Thomas Scammell, George Elliott, -Arthur Scammell, Thomas Torraville, 
W. J. Torraville. 

22. Channel— Rev. H. J. Read, Chairman; P. T. Clement, James 
Jeans (Cape Ray), Emmanuel Pike, C. T. James, H. H. Mackay, Dominic 
LeFresne (Isle aux Morts). 

28. CODROV— Rev. H. J. Read, Chairman; F. P. Braithwaite, Wm. 
Fiander, George B. Collier, George Ball. 

24. CoLEv's Point— W. H. Greenland, Chairman; Capt. John Kelly, 
Capt. John Smith, William Russell (of Wm.), Joseph Batten, Horatio 
Fradsham, William Parsons (Country Path), Capt. Nathaniel Parsons 
(Country Path). 

25. Exploits— 

26. Flowers Cove— Rev. J. Richards, Chairman; Samuel Coombs 
(Ferolle Point), Thomas Sheppard (Brig Bay), Abraham Gibbons (Cur- 
rent Island), Isaac Genge (Deadman's Cove), John Way (Savage Cove), 
George Cams (Shoal Cove East), John Noseworthy (G. I. Brook). 

27. FoGO— Rev. J. O. Britnell, Chairman; William Earle, Robert 
Irish, James Jones, William Furze, Samuel Harnett (Seldom), Richard 
Hynes (Indian Islands), Horatio Layman (Eastern Tickle), Geo. Elliott 
(Eastern Tickle). 

28. FoKTEAU — Rev. J. T. Richards, Chain?ian ; Wm. Dumaresq 
(Lanse au Clair), Wm. Flynn (Forteau), John Liastead (Lanse au Loup), 
John Fowler (Capstan Island), Arthur Dovey (East St. Modest). 

29. FoxTRAP— Rev. E. K. H. Caldwell, Chairman; Peter Greenslade 
(Long Pond), Jacob H. Lear (Seal Cove), William H. Morgan (Indiau 



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Pond), George Kelly (Lance Cove), Henry Fagan (Middle Kight). Reuben 
Butler (Middle Bight), Garland Andrews (Upper Gullies), Isaac LeDrew 
(Kelligrews). 

30. Gander Bay— Rev. W. K. Pitcher, Chairman: Benj. N. Torra- 
ville (Victoria Cove), P'rank Simms (Man Point), John Payne (Clarke's 
Head, South Side), (Jhas. Francis (Clarke's Head, North Side), Hezekiah 
Gillingham (Clarke's Head, North Side), Geo. Reccord (Victoria Cove). 

31. Garnish — J. P. Courage, Chairman; Charles Marsh, Thomas 
Moulton, Richard Grandy, Ambrose Tapper (Frenchman's Cove), Rev'd 
A. T. Tulk. 

32. Grand Falls— 

33. Greenspond— Rev. I. J. Parsons, Chairman: Peter Carter, Eli 
RodgRTs (Fair Islands), E. Edgar, J. A. Matthews (Silver Hair Island), 
Job Collins (New Harbor), Abrani Bagg, Ethelred Carter, S. Blandford. 

34. Harbor BRKTO.\~Rev. R. F. Mercer, Chairman: J. J. Rose, 
Walter Porter, J. Jensen, H. Elliott, T. Jensen, Jacob Jensen. 

35. Harbor Buffett— Rev. A. Shorter, Chairman: Thomas Collett, 
John Marshall, Henry Burton, Geo. Slade (Mussel Harbor Arm), Thomas 
Wakely (Haystack). 

36. IlARr.oR Grace — Rev. Canon Noel, Chairvian; Thomas Courage, 
George A. Badcock, William Titford, Thomas Ross, John C. Ash, Levi 
L. Chafe, William Ward, Thomas G. Ford. 

37. Harbor Grace South — Rev. Charles M. Stickings, Chairman; 
Alexander Slieppard, John Yeatman, Jonathan Sheppard, Jas. Yeatman. 

38. Heart's Content — Rev. F. Smart, Chairman: G. E. Charlton, 
Willis Pittman (New Perlican), A. R. Martin, Dr. A. R. Anderson, Geo. 
E. Young, George Mallam, Rev. Frank P. Law (Heart's Delight), Rev. 
E. M. Bishop (Scilly Cove). 

39. Hermitage — Rev. Canon Bishop, Chairman ; Charles Mead, 
W. R. Andrews (Gaultois), E. E. BuUey (Pass Island), John W. Kendell 
(Bay D'Espoirj, Robert Rose (Dawson's Cove). 

40. Herring Neck — Rev. Reg. Penney, Chairman: Jas. D. Lockyer 
(Sunnyside), Benjamin Torraville (Salt Harbor Island), Levi Blandford 
(Pike's Arm), William Pittman (Beaverton). 

41. 

42. King's Cove — Rev. S. A. Dawson, Chairman: Samuel Bjown, 
senr., Frederick Shears (Open Hall), Edward Penny (Keels). 

43. Lamalxnk — Rev. H. K. Gilbert, Chairman; Hy. Haskell (Lama- 
line W^8st), Henry Bonnell (Lamaline East), George Walters (Lamaline 
East), Llewellyn Hillier (Point aux Gaul), Cyrus J. Pittman, J. P. (Lama- 
line West). 

44. New Harbor — Rev. T. P. Upward, Chairman; William Haft'ord, 
A. George, F. W'oodman, R. Pretty (of Sam'l), George Martin, Enoch 
Eeid (Green's Harbor), Leander Drover (Witless Bay), John Drover (South 
Dildo), Richard Hillier (Spreadeagle), James Smith (Old Shop). 

45. Newtown — Rev. J. T. Hiscock, B.A., Chairman; Jas. Parsons, 
Charles Hounsell (Pound Cove), Stanley Gill, Herbert Blackmore (Pin- 
chard's Island), Noah Gill. 



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46. Norman's Cove — , Chairman: Robert Smith, 

Thomas Smith, William White, Charles Warren (Chapel Arm), Thomas 
White (Long Cove). 

47. I'ETTV Harbor — Rev. J. Hewitt, Chairman ; H. C. Winsor 
(Aquaforte), Allan Chafe (Goulds), H. W. Chafe (Goulds), Allan B. Wil- 
iiams (Goulds). 

48. Pool's Island— Rev. J. T. Hiscock, B.A., Chairman: Jacob 
Oakley ( Wesley ville), Ca])t. S. R. Winsor (Badger's Quay), Job Knee 
(Badger's (^uay), Lewis Weeks, Hezekiah Spurrell, Aaron Gillingham 
(Safe Harbor), Jacob Attwood (N. W- Arm). 

49. Port de Grave — Rev. Frank Severn, Chairman: Samuel Chris- 
topher, Harold Andrews, Henry Charles Bishop, George Dawe, J. P. 

50. Port Rkxton— Rev. J. Preseott, Chairman ; Dr. C. T. Fitz- 
gerald )Trinity East), James Randell, Isaac J. Randell, Richard Fowlow 
(Trinity East). 

51. Portugal Cove— Rev. Canon Smith, R.D., Chairman: Edward 
Somertoii, Nathan Miller, Solomon Tucker (St. Philip's), Albert Squires 
(St. Philip's). 

52. Pouch Cove— Rev. C. Jeffery, Chairman; Jesse Grouchy, Nath. 
Williams, William S. Moulton, Thomas Eusta^ e (Torbay), Chas. Codner 
(Torbay). 

63. PUSHTHROUGH — Rev. W. R. Courage, Chairman; Samuel G. 
Kamp, William WeV)b, senr. (Rencontre), Theodore Parsons (New Har- 
bor), Kooert Durnford (Francois), Stephen Spencer (West Cul de Sac), 
Thomag Barter, senr (Cajie La Hane). 

54. Railway (Central) 

55. Random— Rev. W. A. Butler, Chairman: George Vey, Herbert 
Balsom, John Clarke, John Luther, William Peddle, Edmund Benson. 

56. Rose Blanche— Rev. Rowland Hills, Chairman: Thos. Horwood 
(Harbor Le Cou), James Le Moine, Arthur Moore, Charles Rideout (Har- 
bor Le Cou), James Oakley (Secretary), John Garcin. 

57. St. Anthonv— Rev. W. L. Dall, Chairman: George Penny (Cape 
Normau), Luke Elms (Griguet), Sam Kinsella (St. Carols), Noah Simms 
(St. Am hony), George Reid (Lock's Cove). 

58. St. John's— The Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, Chairman: Rev. 
J. Bni^on (Secretary), Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A., Rev. (i. R, Godden, M.A., 
J. Outf-tbridge, J. W. Withers, Hon. Dr. Skelton, Hon. E. R. Bowring, 
Hon. ^^. C. Job, P. F. LeMessurier, D. M. Browning, M.A., Eli Dawe, 
P. Knowling, Rev. H Uphill, Rev. Canon White, Rev. G. H. Hewitt, M.A. 

59. Salmon Covk— Rev. E. Clench, Chairman: Wm. Hnssey (South 
River), Chr.stopher Morgan, William J. Morgan (The Broads), Joseph 
Coveyduck (Jumper Stump), William Fillier (North River). 

60. Salvage 

w,v^" Samson— Job Cave, Chairman; Arthur Samson, Wm. Hallett, 
William Hiscock, James Saunders (Gooseberry Islands). 

. f;, Sandwich BAY-Rev. H. Kirby, Chairman; James Payne (Cart- 
wright), Freeman Saunders (Cartwright), Samuel Learning (Dove Brook), 
Alphonzo Learning (Paradise), Alfred Brown (Separation Point) 



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(S»? 63. Sandy Point— Rev. E. A. Butler, Chairman; W. E. LeKonx 
'(St. [George's), William Morris (Seal Rocks) Alfred Martin, Martia Piero- 
Tyay. Henry McFatridge, Joseph Banfield, John Renouf, senr. 

64. Smith's Sound 

65. Spaniard's Bay — Rev. J. S. Adams, Chairman; Jesse Gosse, 
B. B. Squires, Abraham Sheppard, Josiah Neil (West End), Wm. Smith 
^East End), Robert Gosse (Northern Cove Pond), William Brown). 

66. Tack's Beach — Rev. Gordon V. Teni|]leton, Chairman ; James 
Brown, juar., John Rodway (Baine Harbor), Joseph Lockyer(l8le Valen), 
John Smith (Boat Harbor). 

67. Tilt Covk — Rev, A. Pittman, Chairman; Capt. F. J. Colbourne, 
S. J. Blackler (Nipper's Harbor), Joseph Harding (Shoe Cove), Robert 
Coombs (Round Harbor), John Toms, Elias White (Indian Burying Place). 

68. Topsail — Rev. T. G. Netten, Chairman; Ed. Smith (Manuels), 
Eli Hiscock (Chamberlains), James K. Bursell, David Lynch (Paradise). 

69. Trinity , Chairman; Noah Miller (New Bona- 

Tenture), Noah Gardner (British Harbor), E. T. Granger, James Johnson, 
W. G. Hodder (Ireland's Eye), S. Hussey, O. J. Morris, J. B. Lockyer. 

70. TwillingATE — Rev. A. B. S. Stirling, Chairman; Theophilus 
Taylor (Moreton's Harbor), Henry Spencer (Davis Cove), William House, 
Arthur Ashbourne (Twilliugate South), Leonard Earle (Twillingate 
South), Arthur Manuel, J. P. 

71. Upper Islamd Cove — Rev. E. E. Rusted, Chairman; J. T. Jones, 
Nathaniel Crane, Henry Yetman (Bryant's Cove). 

72. Whitbourne — Rev. J. G. Cragg, Chairman; E. Noseworthy, 
Hazekiah Mercer, William Kennedy, junr., George Sparkes. 

73. White Bay — Rev. C. Wood, Chairman; G. H. Pearce, J. P., 
Luke Gale, senr. (Riverhead), Thomas Robinson [Seal Cove], Andrew- 
Rice [Bear Cove], John Ford [Jackson's Arm], Peter Rendell [Duggan's 
Cove], John Elgar [Harbor Deep], Thomas Pittman [Sopp's Island]. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN 
NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Arch Diocese of St. John's. 



St. Bonaventubk's Collkgb. 
Board of Directors : 

Most Rev. M. F. Howlcy, D.D. J. G. Conrov, Enq., K.C., B.A. 

Eight Rev. J. iMarch, D.D, (Lon), J. P. 

Right Hon. Sir E. P. Mortis, Kt, Thomas Edene, E^q. 

P.C, K.C., LID. James P. Howley, E.-q., F.G.S. 

Hon. J. D. Ryan, M.L.C. 

Principal— Rev. Bro. J. B. Ryan. 

Musters— Tlev. Broi*, Prendergast, Strapp, Culhane, Kelly, Fennessey, 
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Professor of Music — D. A. Flynn. 
Professor of Vocal Music — Charles Hutton. 
Violin— ^. Ryall. 

Board of Examintrs : 

Right Rev. E. P. Roche, V.G. 
Rev. P. J. Culhane. 
Rev. J. B. Ryan. 

T. Hanrahan, Superintendent Education^ Harbor Grace. 
V. P. Burke, Superintendent Education, Island (excluding Diocese of 
Harbor Gtace.) 

St. Patrick's Schools, St. John's. 

Committee of Management : 

Officers of the Benevolent Irish Society, ex officio. 
Clergymen, members of the Society. 
Thirteen members, elected annually. 
Chairman — T. Nash. 
Secretary — W. is. Uunphy. 
Teachers — The Christian Brothers. 

Holy Cross Schools, Riverhead. 
Teachers— The Christian Brothers. 



Convent Schools, Diocese of St. John's. 



St. John's— 



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Riverhead, ... " 13 " 

Military road ..." 9 " 

Belvidere ..." 5 " 

St. Vincent ... " 4 " 

Littledale Acad.. " 11 " 
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Boards of Education. 

1. St. John's— Most Rev. Archbishop Howley, Chairman; Hon. Sir 
E. D. Shea, Hon. John Harris, F. J. Morris, K.C.,' James M. Kent, B.A., 
K.C, Hon. James McLoughlan, E. M. Jacknian. 

2. ToRBAY— Rev. J. J. St. John, Chairman ; Samuel Gosse, Joseph 
Maher, William Shea, Joseph Brien. 

3. Portugal Cove— Rev. Thomas Gough, Chairman; Thos. Hanlon, 
Peter Neary, Michael Stapleton, Thomas White, Edward Gladney, jr. 

4. Bell Island— Rev. J. J. McGrath, Chairman; M. Dw3'er, P. 
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5. Topsail — Rev. James Coady, Chairman ; Thomas Dwyer, George 
Squires, John Flannery, Patrick Walsh, A. A. Chiaholm, M.D. 

6. Petty Harbor — Rev. R. Tierney, Chairman; Martin Heffernan, 
Joseyh Chafe, Henry Walsh, John Stack. 

7. Whittle's Bay — Rev. N. Roche, Chairman ; Michael Burke, Aiden 
O'DriscoU, Joseph F. Williams, Rev. (?. A. McCarthy. 

8. Tor's Cove — Rev. P. O'Brien, Chairman; John Fitzgerald, Edwd, 
Fortune, Michael Melvin. 

9. Ferryland — Rev. L. Vereker, Chairman ; E. Condon, P. Power, 
James Devereaux, Thomas Costello. 

10. Renews , Chairman ; J. J. Edstrom .J as. Fowler 

Arthur O'Leary, Lawrence Lawlor. 

11. Trepassey — Rev. H. Renouf, Chairman; M. Kennedy, D. Leary, 
M. Ryan, James Fiulay. 

12. St. Mary's— Rev. S. O'DriscoU, Chairman ; Edward Walsh, J. 
Power, D. Daley, M. Lundrigan, Wm. Hogan, M.D., Peter St. Croix. 

13. St. Joseph's (Salmonier) — Rev. Wm. O'Flaherty, Chairman j 
John D. Daley, Tobias McQrath, P. J. Cormick, jr., A. QofF, Michael 
McDonald, Francis Daley. 

14. St. Bride's — Rev. A. Fyme, Chairman; A. Power, John Edward 
Conway, James Young, Anthony Lundrigan, George McQrath, John W. 
English. 

15. Placentia — Right Rev. Monsgr. Reardon, Chairman; J. B. 
Lynch, Es^q., M.D., N. Cosgrove, Patrick Keefe, Michael Collins, James 
Collins, Maurice Power. 

16. Arqentia — Rev. John Ashley, Chairman; James McCarthy, 
Matthew Murphy, John Dunphy, John McGrath. 

17. Placentia West — Rev. Wm. Doutney, (7/iairma?i ; Rev. Francis 
Cacciola, T. P. Sullivan, J. P., A. Keats. 

18. Burin — Rev. James McNamava, Chairman; M. T. Flynn, R, 
O'Brien, John O'Neil, John Walsh. 

19. St. Lawrence— Rev. A. J. Maher, Chairman ; Michael Vavasour, 
David Collins, James Fleming. 



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Convent Schools. 



St. Jacques — Taught by five Nuns. 
St, George's — Taught by four Nuns. 



Boards of Education. 



20. St. Jacques— Rev. P. W. Brown, Chairmm ; D. J. Buike, James 
Pine, Nicholas Hartigan, John Perrot. P. J. McEvoy, H. Clinton. 

21. Harbor Briton— Rev. S. St. Croix, Chairman; John Smith, Jas. 
Gorman, George Collier, Geo. Penney, Hugh Coady, Dr. J. M. McDonald. 



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22. CoDROY — Rt. Rev. Andrew Sears, V.G., Chairman; James Doyle, 
J. Downey, Thomas O'Quinn, Wni. MoLellan, sr.,John Doyle. 

23. St. George's- Rev. M. Sears, Chairman; R. McDonald J. P., 
Aloysius O'Reilly, Peter Alexander, Kenneth White. 

24. STEPHKNVJLi.E-Rev. P. P. A(\2im&, Chairman ; D. Alexandre, 
David Schiimp, Paul Gaden, Caliste White. 

25. Port au Port — Rev. James Joy, Chairman ; Angus Mclsaac, A. 
S. Campbell, Henry Duffenaiu, James Joy, P. O'Quinn, A. Lainez. 

26. Bay of Islands— Very Rev. Dean H. O'Rouike, Chairman; 
John Buckle, Maurice E. Boland, J Petipas, Daniel Gilker, T. Costelloe', 
Thomas Wade. 

27. Bonne Bay— Rev. George H. Hawkins, Chairman; Ed. Marshall, 
Peter Jackman, James T. Hullalmn, John M. Billiard. 

Diocese of Harbor Grace. 



Harbor Main ... Taught by 9 Nuns 
Harbor Grace ... " 6 " 



Conception Hr... Taught by 5 Nuns 
Carbonear ... " 9 " 



Brigus Taught by 4 Nuns. 

Boards of Education. 

28. HOLYROOD— Rev. J. Donnelly, Chairman; W. Kennedy, James 
Carroll, James Quinlsn, Edward Butler, John Hicks, Michael O'Rorke. 

29. Harbor Main— Rev. R. M. Sheehan, P.P., Chairman; Thomaa 
Strapp, Thomas Hawco, Lawrence Kennedy, Tim Sullivan, E. Murray. 
J.P., Patrick Flyun. ^' 

30. AvoNDALE— Rev. R. M. Sheehan, P.P., Chairman; Dr. E. Jones, 
Patrick O'Brien, Wm. Aspell, John Devereux. 

31. -Conception Harbor— Very Rev. Mons. Veitch, V.P., Chairman; 
Moses Lewis ((.f James), Joseph Kenny (Kitchues), G. Whelan, sr., Thomas 
McGrath, ?r. 

32. Bhious— Rev. Dr. Murphy, P.P., Chairman; Patrick Brophy, 
Patrick Delaney, Thomas Fowlow (of N.), Charles McHugh (of Charles) 
Thomas Delaney, Wm. Burke (Wm.) 

33. North RivRR-Rev. S. J. Whelan, D.D., P.P., Chairman; James 
Seward, jr., John Dawson, Patrick Delauey (Patrick), Martin Neville, 
Joseph Gorman, Isaac Hall. 

34. Harbor Grace and Carbonear— Rt. Rev. John March D D 
Chairman; Rev. F. D. McCarthy, C.C, Rev. Wm. Finn, M. J. Jones w' 
A. Strapp, M.D., Patrick Hogan, John Foley, James Ryan, Jas. Walsh. 

35. Northern Bay- Rev. J. Lynch, P.P., Chairman; Edward F. 
Murphy, Richard C-.l belt, Michael Doyle, James March, Wm O'Flaherty 
P. L. Fahey, John Lynch, John Hayden. 

36^ Bay-de-Verde - R^v. Joseph V. Donnelly, P. P., Chairman; 
James Moore, John O'Neill, Thomas Hyde, Jeremiah Broderick, Thomas 
Moore (ot James). 

,. ^l Trinity SouTH-Rev. W. P. Finn, Chairman; A. Turner, John 
Murphy, D. Blaokmore. 



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t-ady" and "American Gentleman" Footwear. 

38. Grand Falls— Rev. Wm. Finn, P.P., Chairman; P. J. Griffin, 
Alphonsus Duggan, W. Walsh, S. Hannaford. 

39. Trinity Bay, North — Rev. M. P. Dwyer, P.P., Chairman; John 
Murphy, Jeremiah Gonnell, John White, Callalian Scanlan, Nich. Ryan. 

40. Trinity Bay, West — Rev. W. M. Tarahan, P.P., Chairman; 
Wm. Flynn, C. Toulman, M. Lawlor, Wm. Power, Thomas Leonard, Wm. 
^Connelly. 

41. BoNAViSTA, South— Rev. John Scully, P.P., Chairman; Dr. G. 
•C. Le Vi^conte, E. J. Ryan, Thomas Walsh, jr., L. Ducey, E. Noill, W. 
Barker, F. Hartery, R. Lawton, Thos. Murphy, Chas. Lane, Jno. Furlong, 
John Tobin. 

42. Bonavista, North— Rev. John G. Mackay, Chairman; D. Turner, 
John Furlong, W. P. Ryan, D. Beresford, John Turner (of Abm.), Thomas 
Kane. 

43. FoGO— Rev. E. O'Brien, Chairman; M. F. Fitzgerald, John Foley, 
P. J. Foley, A. J. Fitzgerald, Michael Hackett, Wm. Burke, John Burke. 

44. Fortune Harbor — Rev. J. Nolan, P. P., Chairman ; Richard 
-Carroll, J. Hamilton, Ed. Lyver, Michael Lannon, John Gillespie. 

45. Little Bay — Rev. E. J. Jones, D.D., Chairman; P. Burke, T. M, 
Bouzan, James No.ris, Thomas Hearn, Michael Sutton, J. R. Bouzan, 
John Delaney. 

46. Coachman's Cove — Rev. J. S. Kavanagh, CAairman; John Payne, 
Jeremiah Sullivan, Patrick Antle, Joseph Bailey. 

47. CoNCHE — Rev. G. A. Thibault, Chairman; John Norris, J. D. 
Mtzgerald, Benj. Carey, Thomas Drover, sr. 

48. Labrador — Right Rev. John March, D.D., Chairman. 

METHODIST EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN 
NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Methodist College and Home. 

Principals. T. Harrington, M.A., Jesu.s College, Oxford. 

Vice- Principal— T). J. Davies, B.Sc, University of Wales. 

Assistants, Upper School— Miss Crane, B. A., (Toronto University); 
H. E. Goodman, Int. B.Sc, (London) ; Miss Ethel Dickinson, Matric. 
{London) ; S. P. Whiteway, Matric. London ; Miss E. Bradbury, Certifi. 
•cated Teacher. 

Model School, Primary and Infant— Mi^s Fanny Badcock, Certificated 
Teacher ; Miss D. Pike, Certificated Teacher ; Miss Buckley, Truro Nor- 
mal School ; Miss Effie Horwood, Matric. London ; Miss Mollie Dingle, 
"Certificated Teacher. 

Music— F. J. King, A. R. A. M. ; Miss Pittman, Halifax Conservatory 
-of Music. 

Drawing and Painting — Yi. Perry, Bede College. 

Manual Training- -H. Berry, London and City Guilds. 

Training of Pupil Teachers— B.. E. Goodman. 

Shorthand and Typewriting— Miss Etliel Dickinson, Matric. London. 

Guardian and Chaplain— Rev. M. Fen wick, D.D. 



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Board of Governors. 

Hon. J. S. Pitts, C.M.G., Ch. Ex'tive. Rev. W. H. Browning, 

" H. J. B. Nooih, Secretary. " W. H. Dotchon, 

" John B. Ayre, Treasurer. Hon. James Angel, 

Rev. Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D, John E. P. Peters, 

" M. Fenwick, D.D. Right Hon. Sir R. Bond, P.O., 

" James Pincock, K.C.M.(i., Ll.D. 

" William Swann, Hon. R. K. Bishop, 

" Jame.'? Nurse, Arthur Mews, 

" Thonirts H. Janes, A. J. Penny, J. P. 

" Thomas W Atkinson, S. R. March, 

" J. T. Newman, A. W. Martin, 

" C Lench, George \V. Gush ue, 

" T. B. Darbv, B.A. Charles P. Ayre, 

" W. T. Dunn, Reuben Horwoo.l, 

" H. P. Cowperthwaite,M. A., D.D.Sidney Woods, 

" George Paine. Joseph Peters, 

" J. W. Baitlett, George A. Buffett, 

" F. R. Matthews, B.A. John Trapnell. 

" J. A. Rogers, D.D. 

Methodist Boards of Education. 

1. St. John's East— Rev. J. A. Rogers, D.D., Chairman; Rev. C. A. 
Whitemarsh, M.A., B.D., Hon. James S. Pitts, C.M.G., Hon. H. J. B. 
Woods, J. E. P. Peters, Hon. R. K. Bishop, S. R. March, Hon. S. Milley, 
John Leamon. 

2. St. John's West— Hon. James Angel, Chainmn ; C. P. Ayre, 
Thos. A. Pippy, Jesse Whiteway, Henry Gear, Frank Steer, S. J. Tucker' 
C. H. Hutchiugs, K.C., Z. Cox, Rev. F. R. Matthews, B.A., Rev. J. W. 
Bartlett, M. A. Bastow, Wm. Whelan, W. Goobie. 

2. Pouch Cove— Rev. W. H. Dotchon, Chairman; Alan Noseworthy, 
Nicholas Thistle, Alfred Moores, Wm. Noseworthy (of Adam), John S. 
Nosewoithy, Albert Noseworthy, Isaac King, William Hibbs, jr. 

4. Bell Island— Rev. W. J. Arms, Chairman; John B. Martin, 
James Mews, Charles F. Taylor, Sergt. J. Cox. 

5. Topsail— Rev. James Nurse, Chairman; Jo.*eph Miller, J. J. 
Butler, Joseph Fowler, Thomas Hussey, Jabez Butlet, John Martin. 

6. Brigus— Rev. R. H. Maddock, Chairman; \\. Bartlett, John 
Smith, John Wilccx, J, W. Hiscock, K Smith, John Clarke, James Antle, 
Nathan Bartlett. 

7. Cdpids— Rev. E. L. G. Davies, Chairman; Nathaniel LeDrew^ 
John Spracklin, Samuel Dawe (of Henry), W. J. LeDrew, H. T. LeDrew, 
Robt. Smith, John A. LeDrew, S. A. Dawe, Jos. S. Whelan, Heber Ivimy. 

8. Clarke's Beach— Rev. A. V. Robb, (7/iatVma?i; Joi<eph Moores, 
Joseph Ralph, Thomas Snow, F. Nosewoithy, W. J. Anthony, F. Jerrett^ 
Ed. Parsons, Absalom Baitlett. 



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9. Port-de-Grave— Rev. L. E. G. Davis, Chairm%n; Jolin Filyer, 
Robert Strange, George Richards, William Seely, G. W. Butler, Nathaniel 
Beecham. 

10. Bay Roberts — Rev. Wm. Grimes, B.A., Chairman ; John Snow 
(of Wm.), Mark Gosse, Isaac Mercer, John Snow, Nathan French, Joshua 
.Bradbury, George Hierlihy, S Earle, sr. 

11. Harbor Grace — Rev. T. B. Darby, B.A., Chairman; H. C. Watts, 
Sergt. Spracklin, Freeman Parsons, W. S. Goodwin, D.D.S., Alex. Squires, 
-Orestes Davis. 

12. Carbonear — Rev. James Pincock, Chairman; H. Cameron, Jas. 
Peach, R. Fraize, J. R. Goodison, John Vatcher, Jamas P. Guy. 

13. Victoria Village — Rev. Jamas Pincock, Chairman ; Qilbeit 
Hiscock, George Powell, J. W. Clarke, Abel Clarke, Benjamin Cooper, 
Rev. S. Sargent. 

14. Freshwater — Rev. A. A. Holmes, Chairman; James Kelloway, 
■Wm. Davis, Samuel Moores, John Parsons, William T. Pottle, Edgar Case, 
Wilcox Joyce, John Moores (of Silas). 

15. Blackhead — Rev. Chas. Howse, Chairman; Wm. Brennan, Jos. 
Kiiag, Leonard Curtis, Gilbert LeGrow, George Moore, John Murray (of 
Michael), Edward Cramm, Frederick Squires. 

16. Western Bay — Rev. E. P. Ward, Chairman; Nathaniel Butt, 
-S. Butt, Henry Follett, John T. Penney, Eli Crummey, Nicholas Parsons, 
Alex. Sellard, Joshua Halfyard. 

17. Lower Island Cove — Rev. W. H. Browning, Chairman; Joshna 
■^Tucker, Herbert Lowes, William Whiteway, Jos. Shane, Benjamin Morris, 
Ismael Cooper, Mark Steele, Wm. G. Reynolds. 

18. Old Perlican — Rev. W. M. Muir, Chairman; William Day, S 
Rurt, Corbet Benson, Hezekiah, Snelgrove, Elias Strong, sr., Wm. George 
•Howell, WUliam Barnes, Arthur Barrett (of Abm.) 

19. Hant's Harbor — Rev. George Paine, Chairman ; W, J. Button, 
H. Single, N. Short, E. C. Janes, P. Tuck, H. Bryant, Aug. Sparkes, Dr. 
J. W. Plewes. 

20. Heart's Content— Rev. R. S. Smith, Chairman; Joseph Rows, 
"W. Stentaford, William Lever, Peter Matthews, S. S. Stentaford, M. A. 

Eabbitts, 

21. SciLLY Cove— Rev. R. S. Smith, Chairman; John C. Green, Ed. 
J. Sansom, Nath. Percy, John Green (of Jas.), W. H. Parrott, G. Gregory. 

22. Green's Harbor— Rov. T. W. Atkinson, Chairman; S. Brace, 
Eben. Cramm, Moses George, Ernest Newhook, William Raney, Josiah 
Taylor, Reuben Bursey. 

23. Bay Bulls Arm— Rev. S. J. Pike, Chairman ; Uriah Thorne, 
George Piercey, John Reid, James Hutchings, James Gilbert, Rev. R. E. 
Green, L. H. Simmons. 

24. Random South— Rev. Louis G. Hudson, Chairman; Simeon 
Adey, Eli Frost, James Avery, R. Miller, S. Whelan, Simeon Gooby. 



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25. Random West — Rev. J. T. Newman, Chairman ; John Smith,. 
Samuel Gooby, William J. Loder, Charles Soper, Allan Smith. 

26. Random North— Rev. John M. Winsor. Chairman ; Wni. Adey, 
Benj. Pittman, John Daltcn, Caleb Tulk, W. J. Tilley, Malcolm Pelley. 

27. Random East— Rev. J. T. Newman, Chairman; Daniel Carrie, 
Edgar King, John Mills, sr., Reuben Thistle. Wm. Ivany, Alan Blundell. 

28. THiNiTY—Rev. J. R. Saint, S.T.L., Chairman ; Jaa. Crocker, Chaa. 
Fleet, .Archibald Christian, Wm. Ivemy (of Martin), Gilbert Bugden, Sam- 
son White. 

29. Catalina— Rev. S. J. H. Hillier, Chairynan ; William Johnson, 
Thnma? A. Dalton, Richaid Hicks, George Lodge, W. H. Snelgrove, J. P., 
C. J. Snelgrove, Albert Lodge, Jos. Steed. 

30. BoNAvrsTA— Rev. Sidney Bennett, Chairman ; HeLer Mifflen, Jno. 
Abbott, H»zekiah Abbott, Philip Teninleman, J. P., James Harris (of R), 
Ronald Strathie, Lewis Little, Albert Tenipleman. 

31. Elliston— Rev. T. H. James, Chairman; Israel Baker, S. G, 
Trask, D. Goodland, A. Cole, A. Hobbs, John Hick.s, Wm. Gough, jr., John 
Skiffington. 

32. MusGRAVKTOWN— Rev. William Harris, Chairman ; A. Saint, D. 
Oldford, Elijah Reader, James Handcock, Geo. Pyc, Ezek. LethOridge, 

33. Port Blandford -Rev. F. G. Weir, Chairman ; W. White, A. 
Spracklin, W. Dalley, W. Osmond. 

34. Glovertown— Rev. J. LI. Williams, Chairman; I. N. Sparks, B. 
Burry, Jos. Feltham, sr., Walter LeDiew, Thos. Sparks, Rev. S. Baggs. 

35. Greensi'OND— Rev. E. Brougbtdii, Chairman; Benjamin Davis,. 
Samuel Hoddinot, Robert Burton, K. ikley. Dr. W. Roberts, Wni. Davis, 
S. Burton, John Bourne. 

36. Wesleyville— Rev. Edwin Moot e, Chairman ; J. Kean, John 
Blackwood, George Hann, Capt. Jesse Winsor, Eli Roberts, Joseph Davis. 
Thomas Howell. 

37. Newtown— Rev. Wm. J. Wilson, Chairman ; Jonathan Parsons,. 
Jacob Andrews (Cape Island), Alph. Barbour, Jacob Stokes, Sam. Barbour,. 
Thomas Ridout. 

38. MusGRAVE Harbor— Rev. R. H. Mercer, Chairman; S. HickSr 
Samuel Wellon, Adam Bradley, Henry Chalk, Hugh Mouland, John 
Whiteway, Ed. Whiteway. 

39. Barr'd Islands— Rev. E. C. French, Chairman; Jas. Cull, Jas.- 
Ford, Levi Perry, Hubert Freake. 

40. Fogg— Rev. E. G. French, Chairman; James Pomeroy, Albert 
Gynn, J. W. Hodge, J. P., F. D. Scott, James Anthony. 

41. Saldom-Come-Bv— Rev, W. Vey, Chairman ; Moses Holmes, Joe- 
Anthony, Geo. Ferry, Eli Sheppard, Samson Coish, F. D. Scott. 

42. Rocky Bat— Rev. Nathaniel Cole, Chairman ; Eli Steele, Stephen. 
Chalk, Azariah Parsons, John Buddon, Kenneth Hicks, Johu Brinston. 



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43. Herring Neck— Rev. Isaac French, Chairman ; John White, I, 
Farthing, Thos. Tizzard, Isaac Hurley, S. Keefe, Samuel Langilon. 

44. Change Islands — Eev. A. Young, Chairman; Archibald Elliott, 
S. Roberts, J.P., S. P. Ginn, H. Elliott, Abel LeDr-^vv, A. Elliott. 

45. TwiLLiHGATE--Rev. George A. Steel, Chairman ; Wm. Aihbourne, 
David Wheeler, Silaa Facey, John Mills, Jacob Moore.", Archibald White, 
Edgar Warr, William Suow. 

46. Moreton's Harbor — Rev. Henry Scott, Chairman; Thomas 
Wheeler, John W. Small, Jabez Small, Walter Brett, Robert Boyde, Wm. 
Knight, Mark Ridout, E. G. Barr. 

47. Exploits — Rev. W. J. Morris, Chairman ; Ambrose Manuel, 
Chesley A. Manuel, Stephen Purchase, Alb. Freeman, Rev. B. F. Parsons, 
Kenneth Yates. 

48. Campbbllton — Rev. Oliver Jack.'son, C/i«i???ia?i; Harry Manuel, 
Alfred Linfiekl (Loon Bay), Reuben Cull (Comfort Oove), Samuel Clarke, 
John Fox, S. Mew. 

47. Lewisporte — Rev. W. T. D. Dunn, Chairman; Stephen Janes, 
Absalom Chalk, F. G. Woolfrey, W. W. Bradley, J. P., Az. Manuel, AY. G. 
Brett. 

48. BoiwooD— ReT. Wm. H. Webber, Chairman; W. H. Baird, John 
Elliott, Thos. Antle, Amos Brown, Abram Mugford, Wm. Manuel. 

49. Springdale — Rev. W^m. H. McKirdy, Chairman; Wm. Hull, 
Henry Clarke, W. J. Taylor, Elias Wellmau. 

50. Pilley'8 Island — Rev. A. J. Waterman, Chairman; Thomas 
Roberts, George Pitman, George Warr, Mark Rowsell, John Roberts, 
Samuel Fudge. 

61. Long Island — Rev. John Bainett, Chairman; Peter Parsons, 
K. Short, Herbert Wellman, Esau Howlett, Ishmael Paddock, S. Croucher. 

52. Little Bay Island- -Rev. H. G. Coppin, Chairman; Thomas 
Thistle, James Jones, J. H. Tavernor, Albert Young. 

53. Little Bay— Rev. H. G. Coppin, Chairman; J. Upwards, Samuel 
Knight, John Wells, Albert Young (Wild Point), Job Wells, Archibald 
Locke. 

54. King's Point — Rev. W. Barnes, Chairman ; Frederick Thistle, 
Charles Tucker, Samuel Knight, John Upwards, John Wells, Esau Thoma. 

55. Nipper's Harbor— Rev. F. H. Phillipson, Chairman ; J'^sse Bat- 
stone, W. B. Milley, Elijah Mills, William Howse, Eli Jennings, Samuel 
Giles. 

66. Tilt Cove— Rev. Baxter Warr, Chairman ; A. J. House, Thomas 
Walsh, George Gray, Robeit L. Webber, Elias Budgell, John Hancock. 

57. Sound Island, Placentia Bay— Rev. G. B. Pickering, Chairman; 
John Crocker, William F. Eddy, Arthur W. Beck, C. W. Eddy, E. Brin- 
eton, Walter Beck. 



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68. Woody Island— Rev. Q. B. Pickering, Chairman ; George Coffin, 
John H. Crann, Samuel J. Pierce, Rev. C. F. Davis, Wilson Allan, T. B. 
Willianie. 

59. Flat Islands, Placentia Bay— Rev. James Wilson, Chairman ; 
Louis Chollett, Albert Bloomfield, William Dicks, Walter Parsons, John 
P. Moulton, C. Senior (of Thoma.?). 

60. Bdrin — Rev. Henry Godfrey, Chairman; Robert Yigu.", William 
Bishop, Joseph Inkpen, S. Avery, J.P., Stephen Darby, John E. Collins, 
Samuel Moulton, Thomas Lockyer. 

61. Great Burin— Rev. Henry Godfrey, Chairman; Ed. Churchill, 
J. Dancy, James W. HoUett, Joseph Inkpen (Thomas), S. J. Adams, Benj. 
Hollett, E. M. Hollett, Willis Vigus. 

62. Epworth— Rev. J. G. Meyers, Chairman; Wm. Goddard, William 
Keech, Wilson Shave, James Murley, Ernest Bradley, Thomas Roberts. 

63. Fortdne— Rev. C. R. Blount, Chairman ; T. E. Spencer, John S. 
Bennett, S. G. Piercey, W. F. Lake, A. W Lake, J. L. Bennett, H. B. C. 
Lake. 

64. Grand Bank— Rev. Charles Lench, Chairman; William Forsey, 
John B. Foote, Dr. Allan McDonald, G. C. Harris, Eli Harris, George 
Durnsford, Charles Forward, Samuel Pearcey. 

65. Garnish— Rev. Eli R. Anthony, Chairman; Jas. Anstey, Erneit 
Lorenzen, Eli Walter?, Joseph G. Grandy, Josiah Grandy, John Tapper. 

66. Bdrgeo , Chairman ; John Guy, John Cains, 

James Guy, John Tunbury, S. Leamon, James Stickland. 

67. Petites— Rev. Elijah Mercer, Chairman; Samuel Collier, Henry 
Riles, Thomas Billard, Prescott Anderson, Wm. Stickland, Philip Bond. 

68. Channell— Rev. Edgar Taylor, Chairman; Henry Bagg, Albert 
Bear, Em. Hams, Joshua Bennett, Thomas Soper, J. C. Ford. 

69. St. George's Bay— Rev. Wm. Swann, Chairman ; A. Harvey, jr., 
E. Cutler, Dr. D. J. Bethune, Bradford Butt, Sam. Butt, sr., Alfred Butt. 

70. Bay of Islands— Rev. Harry Boyle, Chairman ; Chas. P. Farnell, 
Augustus Penney, Sam. Moulton, Isaac Bartlett, Israel Hines, William 
Allen, John Pike, J. H. Taylor. 

71. Bonne Bay— Rev. John W. Baggs, Chairman ; W. Clarke, Henry 
Follett, Herbert Taylor, Wm. Tuff, Reuben Moores, Alfred Halfyard, T, 
H. Wheeler. '' 

72. Flower's Cove- (Board to be appointed). 

12 St. Anthony— Rev. H. Allenby, C%atman; R. T. Pilgrim, sr., 
*red. Penney, Jacob Bussey, Isaac Bartley, Alexander Campbell, Walter 
Jromeroy. ^ 

74. Englee— (Board to be appointed). 

75. Labrador South— (Board to be appointed). 

76. Labrador North— (Board to be appointed). 



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Board of Examiners for giving Certificates of Qualification 

to Teachers. 



Rev. L. Curtis, M.A., D.D., Supt. 
" C. A. Whitemarsh, M.A., B.D. 



A. Macplierson. 

Ezra Lodge, Stcretary. 



S. T. Harrington, M.A. 

PRESBYTERIAN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS' 
Presbyterian College. 

Dindori -Hon. D. Morison, K.C., Chairman ; Rev. J. S. Sutherland, 
M.A., Secretary ; Hon. James Bainl, D. Monroe, Alex. Robertson, A. K. 
Xumsden, E. Murray, J. H. Jardine, J. J. McKay. 

Principal — John Dewar, M.A. 

Intermtdiate and Primary Department ~Mi»3 Dnnbar, Miss E. Hughee. 

Presbyterian Boards of Educatiom. 

St. John's — Hon. D. Morison, K.G., Chairman; Rev. J. S. Sutherland, 
M.A., Stcretary ; Ron. James Baird, D. Monroe, A. Robertson. 

Sarho^ Grace — Rev. F. S. Coffin, B.A., Chairman; J. Cron, Secretary ; 
I. Parsons, N. Munn, J. G. Munn, H. H. Archibald, Dr. W. H. Parsons. 

Intpector Presbyterian Schools — Rev. J. S. Sutherlan M.A. 

Congregational Boards of Education. 

St. John's— Rev. W. H. Thomas, Wm. J. Barnes, Wm. Martin, T. J. 
■Duley, F. J. Martin, J. H. Thomas, H. R. Brookes. 

Tmllingaie—B. Payne, jr., Andrew Grey, John Hodder, W. Baird, 
•G. B. Nott. 

Inspector — Rev. W. H. Thomas. 

Salvation Army Boards of Education. 

Educational S«cr(;<ari/— Staff-Captain Cave, A. A. 

St. John's District — Brigadier W. J. Morehen, Chairman; J. Bad- 
■xock, T. "W. Cousins, A. Cook, W. F. Coiield, A. Cummings. 

Carbonear District— Staff-Captain Cave, Chairman; Adjutant 
Brace, Ensign A. Stickland, R. Pel ley, S. Brown, C. Janes. 

Twillingate District— Staff-Captain Cave, Chairman; Adjutant 
■Hiecock, Ensign J. Downey, P. Phillips, J. J. Manuel. 

Southern District — Brigadier W. J. Morehen, Chairman; Captain 
*P. "Woolfrey, Charles Pardy, W. Foote, J. Gosling. 

Board of Examiners for giving Certificates of Qualification 
to Salvation Army Teachers. 

The Superintendent Salvation Army Schools. 
Brigadier W. J. Morehen, Ella Janes, A.A. 

Staff-Capt. Cave, A.A., Supt. A. Wilson, Esq., Secretary. 



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Department of Justice. 



171 



Premier House of the Colony. 



2Dfpartmcnt ot ^'ujefticc. 



OFFICE OF THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE. 

Office: Departmental Building. Office Hodrs : 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Minister of Justice and Attorney General — Hon. Donald Morison, K.C. 
Deputy Minister — C. H. Hutching?, K.C. 
Typists— '^1x6% M. Kelly, Miss J. Miller. 
Messengers — G. Wilkinson, T. Lockyer. 

Registry of Deed~. 

Registrar — George J. Adams, J. P. 
Typist— MisB 0. Nurse. 

SUPREME COURT. 

By order LVI. of the Judicature Act, 1904, it is provided that there 
shall be three Sessions of the Supreme Court in St. John's, to be called, 
respectively : 

The Winter Session, commencing on the eighth day of January ; 
Thk Spring Session, commencing on the first day of April ; 
The Fall Session, commencing on the first day of October. 

The dates and periods of the sittings of the Court, and the business 
to be transacted therein for the present year, are as follows : 



Sittings in Banc. 



Sitti7^gi for Civil 
Causes. 



Sittings for Criminal 
Causes. 



January 8 to Jan. 14 
February 1 to Feb. 7 
March 1 to March 7 



April 1 to April 7 
May I to May 7 
June 2 to June 7 
June 23 to June 28 



October 1 to October 7 
November 1 to Nov. 7 
December 1 to Dec. 6 



Winter Session. 

January 15 to Jan. 21 
February 8 to Feb. 14 
March 8 to March 14 

Spring Session. 

April 8 to April 14 
May 8 to May 14 
June 9 to June 14 

Fall Sk8sion. 

October 8 to Oct. 14 
Nov. 8 to Nov. 14 
December 8 to Dec. 13 



February 15 to Feb. 21 



May 15 to May 21 



October 15 to Oct. 21 
November 15 to Nov. 21 



172 Sujpreme Court 



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Supreme Court on Circuit. 

Terms are fixed each year by Proclamation of the Governor. The 
Southern Circuit usually sits from 15th August to 10th September ; the 
Northern Circuit from 10th September to 1st October ; and at Brigue, 
Harbor Grace and Carbonear, from Nov. 22nd to Nov. 29th. There is 
aUo a Spring Sitting in Harbor Grace abont the last week in April. 

Judges and Officers of the Supreme Court. 
Chief Justice — Hon. Sir William H. Horwood, Kt. 
Judyes — Hon'bles George H. Emerson, and George M. Johnson. 
Registrar — D. M. Browning, K.C 
Deputy Registrar — Simon Butler. 
aerk—D. F. Kent. 
Sheriff— J&mes Carter. 
Suh-Shcriff—W \\\mm J. Carroll. 
Crier and Tipstaff — Robert AUop. 
Stenographer — Gerald Byrne. 
Mesiiejiger — W. Cochrane. 

Masters. 

Hon. D. Morison, K.C. ; Right Hon. Sir Edward P. Morris. P.C, Kt., 
K.C. ; H. E. Knight ; M. VV. Furlong, K.C. ; J. M. Kent, K.C. ; D. M. 
Browning, K.C. 

Law Society. 

Preident and Treasurer — Hon. D. Morison, K.C. 

Secretary — D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Librarian — D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Benchers (tx officio)— Right Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, Kt., K.C. ; Hon. 
D. Morison, K.C. ; James M. Kent, K.C. ; D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Elected— M. W. Furlong, K.C. ; J. Augustus Clift, K.C. ; Frank J; 
Morris, K.C; Hugh H. Carter, K.C; C. O'N. Conroy; Jas. P. Blackwood. 
Hon. C. H. Emerson, K.C. 

King's Counsel,— by seniority. 

Hon. D. Morison ; Right Hon. Sir E. P. Morris ; D. M. Browning ; 
J. A. Clift ; F. J. Morris ; H. H. Carter; M. W. Furloug ; Hon. Chas. B.. 
Emerson ; Charles H. Hutchings ; James M. Kent ; W. E. Wood ; Hon, 
M. P. Gibbs ; A. W. Knight ; W. R. Howley ; Hon. W. R. Warren. 

Practising Barristers and Solicitors, —by seniority, 

H. H. Carter ; Hon. D. Morison ; J. A. Clift ; Right Hon. Sir E. P, 
Morris ; H. E. Knight ; Thos. J. Murphy ; F. J. Morris ; Wm. M. Clapp ; 
Patrick J. Summers ; Martin W. Furlong; Hon. Charles H. G. Emerson ; 
W. E. Wood ; C. H. Hutchings ; W. O'D. Kelly ; James M. Kent ; Hon. 
M. P. Gibbs ; W. R. Howley ; S. J. Foote ; James J. McGrath; F. A. 



Supreme Court. 



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Model Mail Order House. 



Mews ; Charles O'N. Cotiroy ; James P. Blackwood ; J. A. W. McNeily ; 
W. E. Warren ; G. W. Ayre ; J. J. Feneloti ; Cyril J. Cahill ; A. J. 
Herder; VV. J. Higgins ; R. A. Squires; J. A. Winter; H. A. Winter; 
C. E. Hunt; R. T. McGrath ; Edward St. Jackson ; M. F. Sunuueis. 

Practising Solicitors, —by seniority. 

Hon. Sidney Blandford ; George T. Caity ; W. F. Lloyd ; H. M. K. 
Whiteway ; Brian E. S. Duntield ; L. E. Enierson ; E. S. Pinseut. 

Commissioners of Supreme Court—within Newfoundland, 

Commissioners are authorized to take affidavits in any cause pending 
in the Supreme Court, and to take affidavits aud acknowledgments in 
proof of deeds. Commissioners whose names are itilicized are also em- 
powered to issue Oiiginal or Mesne Process. 



Ferrtland — 

Petty Harbor— Henry Bi-hop. 
Bay Bulls—Jos. F. Williams. 
Ferryland — R J. Freeman. 

" — Thomas G. Morry. 
Fermeuse — Julm Walsh. 
Renews — Gerald .lackman. 
Witless Bay — Patrick Smith. 

Placentia — 

Trepassey — L. J. Giovannetti. 

Si. Mary's — Wm. Hogan. 

St Bride's— John Thos. Young. 

Salmonier — John J. Goff. 

Placentia— William F. O'Rielly. 

Argentia — Alphonsus Keats. 

Hr. Buffett—Waiher M. Chambers. 

Isle Valen — Wm, F. Lockyer. 

Prcsqut — T. P. Sullivan. 

Great Paradise— William Brown. 

Sound Island— Emanuel Brinston. 

Woody 7s/a?id— William Mitchell. 

Haystack — Thomas Whatelv. 

Oderin—R. T. McGrath. 

« _F. W. Power. 
Petit i^or<— Patrick Cheeseman. 

BCRIN — 

Flat Islands— J&m&s W. Bishop. 
Burin — Simeon Avery. 
St. Lawrence — M. Vavasour. 
Lawn — Joseph Penning. 
Lamaline — G. C. Pitman. 
Grand Bank—Grorge R. Forsey. 



Grand Bank- 



-Dr. McDonald. 
-George Buffett. 



FORTDNE — 

St. Jacques — H. R. Clinton. 
Belleoram — E>ed. Curnew. 
Pushthrough — John Camp. 
Harbor Briton — Charles Way. 
Gaultois — B. A. Brazil. 
Bay L' Argent — Eli Parsons. 
Hermitage Bay— M^rk Way. 
Garnish — John R. Courage. 

Edrgeo — 

i2am«a— George Penney 
La Poile — Thomas LeScelleur 
Pe(i/es— Eldred Gosse 
Burgeo — Joseph Small. 

" —John Cunningham. 
ito.se Blanche-'B.ichsLTd Fuineaux. 
Channell — Robert T. Squarey. 

St George — 

Codroy — John Gillis. 
Little River— John T. Tomkins. 
Grand River— J&mts Doyle. 
Robinson's Head—Ja.s. E. Carter. 
St. George — Richard MacDonell. 

" — D. J. Bethune. 
Port au Port— Mai tin Hynes. 
Wood's Island, Bay of Islands - 

Loughlin McLean. 
Bay of Islands— Levi March. 



St. Barbe — 
Bonne Bay- 



Thomas G. Duder. 
-George W. Wilton. 



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Supreme Court. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents 



Port Saunders — Edw. L. Goff. 
Flower's Cove—Y. G. Cox. 
Green Inland Cove — Ken. Ryder. 
St. Anthony — Noah Simms. 

" — W. S. Armstrong. 

Griguet — Henry Weir. 
En glee— J funea Dower. 
Co?ir/i«— Benjamin Carey. 
Western Cove — George H. Fetirce. 
La Scie — D .P. Duggan. 

TWILLINGATE — 

Tilt Gove—lVni. Cunningliam. 
Nipper's Harbor — S. J. Blackler. 
Green Bay, S. IV. Arm—Vi. Q. 

Colbourne. 
Little Bay— Thomas E. Wells. 

" — Patrick Burke. 
Little Bay Islands — A. J. Morri.-'. 
Pilley'a Island — Wm. Garland. 

—Edgar Mills. 
Leading Tickles — VVm. Lanniug. 
New Bay — Peter Moors. 
Fortune Harbor — James Bingham. 
Bottvood — Harry Bart. 
Norrii' Arm — Charles Pitn)an. 
Grand Falls— H. F. Fitzgerald. 

— E. B. Colbonrne. 
Millertown — George Skiffington. 
Exploits — Albert Freeman. 
Leicisporte — Alfred Yount;. 

_W. W. Bradley. 
Twillingate — William G. Scott. 

" — Charles D. Mayne 

" — Thomas Peyton. 

" — Andrew Pearce. 

Moreton's Har. — J. S. Colbourne. 
Herring Neck — M. Simms. 

FOGO— 

Fogo — Andrew Cook. 
" — Robert Scott. 
Barrd Islands — T. M. Anthony. 
Tiltoii Harbor — P. J. Bryan. 
Seldom-Come-By— Philip Newell. 

Change Islands — 

Musgrave Harbor — J. B. Wheeler. 

BONAVISTA — 

Pinchard's Island — Mose^ Davis. 
Wesleyville^Shmi\e\ Wmsor. 
Pool's' Island— llenrv B. Chafe. 



Greenspond — Isaac J. Mifflen. 
Glovertoivn — Victor Roach. 
Terra Nova — Horace M. Herbert. 
Gambo — John Murphy. 
Brooklyn — Thomas Howe. 

Salvage — 

Port AVrtrirf/brrf— Nathaniel Chafe. 
Alexander Bmy — Ambrose Jeans. 
Keeli — Edward Penney. 
King's Cove — C. G. LeVisconte. 
Bonavista — Jo/171 Roper. 
Seal Core — JoUiffe Quinton. 
Trinitv — 

Catalina— Frederick Somerton. 
Salmon Cove — Obadiah Lang. 
Trinity- George R. Lilly. 
British Harbor — Henry Gardner. 
Bonaventure — Hezekiah King. 
Burgoyne's Cove William Tulk. 
Gooseberry Cove — Wm. Ealsom. 
Northern Bight — Edmund Benson. 
Britannia Cove — Moses Currie. 
Shoal Harbor— Csi]eh Tulk. 
Glarenville — A. C. Pittman. 
Foster's Voint — John Lea wood. 
Bay Bull's Arm — Thos. P. French. 
Whitbourne — Harold Leslie. 
New Harbor — Moses Parsons. 
Green's Harbor — Jo»iah Taylor. 
Heart'$ Delight— J. G. Hodder. 
Heart's Content— C. G. Rendell. 
New Perlican — Luke Pittman. 
Hant's Harbor — J. W. Janes. 

Bay-de-Verde — 

Old Perlican — Elias March 
Bay-de-Verde — Michael O'Neill 
Broad Cove — Andrew Vatcher 
Lower hlaiid Cove — Geu. Cooper 
Blackhi^ad — John C. Moores 
Western Bay — John Lynch 

Carbon EAR — 

Carboneai — Alfred Penney 
" — Joseph Mackey 

Harbor Grace — 

Harbor Grace — W. A. Oke 
" — John Casey 
—J. D. Muun 
Spaniard's Bay — Jesse Gosse 
Bay Roberts — John Jardiue 



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for Chickering — America's Best Piano. 

Port-de-Grave — j St. John's— 

Port-de-Grave—Qeorge Dawe Bell Island— Philip Power 

Brigus—Jabez Thompson " — F. F. Beitenu 

" —Samuel E. Chafe Portugal Cou«— Henry Sonierton 

" j_ T. Hearn Pouch Cove — Albert Grouchy 

j Torhay — Matthew Power 
Harbor Main — 

Conception Hr. — Michael Hillyard 
Harbor Main—M. F. 0' Toole 
Holyrood — Richard Dwyer 
Middle Bight— F. F. Furneaux 



St. John's — D. M. Browning 
*' —Simon Butler 
— ]). F. Kant 

Labrador— 

Battle Harbor — Francis Lewis 



Commissioners of Supreme Court without Newfoundland. 

England — 

London — Adcock, Edward, Solicitor — 3 Circus Place, Finsbury, E.C. 

Browning, T. B., 18 Bury Street, W.C. 

Chaplin, W. C, 9 Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

Douglas, N. F., 4 New Court, Lincoln's Inn. 

Gamber, A. G. L., .384 Gray's Inn Square, W. C. 

Hayward, H. A., 10 Norfolk Street, Strand. 

Heales, Alfred, Solicitor—lb Knightrider St., Doctor's Commons. 

McCandlish, G. G. L , Solicitor, 3 Raymond Buildings, Bedford 
Row, W.C. 

McDaird, Jabez, 5 Newman's Court, Coruhill, London, E.C. 

Parish, Fred., 7 Lawrence Tountuey Hill. 

Philpot, Fred. F., Solicitor, 12 Bedford Row, W.C. 

Solomon, G. E., 5 Water Lane, Great Tower Street, E.C. 

Walker, E. C, 17 Gracechurch St. 

Walmeley, A. B., 222 Strand. 

Warren, George F., Notary Public, 17 Gracechurch St 

Woolnough, Walter W., 68a, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

Williams, Monier F. Monier, Great Tower Street, E.C. 

Welgford, R. M., 22 Aldermanbury. 

Worsfield, T. S., 9 Staples Inn, Solicitor. 
Liverpool — Pennington, Thomas R., Solicitor — Presidential Assurance 

Building, 36 Dale St. 
Plymouth — Matthews, Corydon, Solicitor, Frankfort Chambers. 
Torquay — Hooper, H., Dundee, Solicitor. 
Southampton — Linlhorn, R. R., Solicitor, 4 Portlaml Place. 
Towcester, Northampton — Percival, Thomas L., Solicitor. 

Birmingham — Pinsent, Hume C, 6 Bennett's Hill. 

Swinson, Frederick, Solicitor, 8^ Waterloo Street. 

Exeter— Chpp, Cecil R. M. 

Manchester — Hayne, A. H., Solicitor, 13 Spring Gardens. 

Bristol— y&BsM, Henry J., Solicitor. 

Teignmouth — Tuzer, Edward John, Solciilor. 

Rddditch—Bairilttt, Ernest. 



176 Supreme Court. 



V^- AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Agents 

Ireland — 
Waterford—K^nU V&inck, Solicitor, No. 13, The Mall. 
J3u6iin— Little, Francia J., Solicitor, 3 Bushey Park Rcl, Rathgate, Dublin^ 

Scotland — 

Edinburgh — McLaren, William A., Solicitor. 

Leahy, Arthur, Solicitor, Chamberg 29, Queen Street. 
Hamilton, Maxwell W. S., 86 George St. 

Glasgow — Paterson, J., Writer, 45 West Nile Street. 
McKinley, William, 64 W. Regent Street. 
TurnbiiU, John, 123 St. Vincent Street. 
Cowan, W. C, Solicitor. 

Dominion of Canada — 

Charlottetown, P.E.I. — Hazard, Francis L. Barrister. 

Fredericton, N.B. — Winslow, Edward B., Barrister. 

St. John, iV.B.— Pickett, Henry H. 

Sydney, Cape Breton — McEachren, A. J. Q., Solicitor. 
Haurahan, Edward C. 

North Sydney— 'Pha.orn, M. J. 

Mosley, H. C, Barrister. 

Halifax, N.S. — MacKinnon, John L. 
MacCoy, Wensley B. 

Annapolis, N.S. — Owen, Daniel, Barrister. 

Parshoro — MacKenna, H. W., Solicitor. 

Monctoji, N.B.—Y. A. McCurdy, K.C. 

Montreal, P.Q. — Morris, Wm., Advocate. 

McDoiigall, Duncan Ll.,'245 Sacrament St., Advocate, 

Monk, Alfred, Advocate. 

White, John, Advocate. 

Davidson, Fi;e\s, Advocate. 

Curran, Francis, 180 St. James St. 

Elliott, Henry J., Barrister. 

Ross, Howard S., Solicitor. 
Qiuhec—Jinnh&i, James, Barrister. 

Gibsone, Willi.iii) C, Advocate. 
Henley, W. R. 

Toronto, On*.— Hovles, N. W. 
Moffatt, F. C. 
Ogden, Albert. 
Smeeton, A, E. 
Macdonnell, A. Maclean. 

Kingston, Ont. — Whiting, John L., Barrister. 

New Westminster, B.C. — Hart, Fred,, Commission Merchant. 



Suprfnxe Oourt — Deputy Sherifs. 



177 



Heintzman & Co. Pianos. Canada's Leader. 

United States of America— 
Boston, —Adams, Charles H., 222 State Street. 

Foster, A. D., New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. 

Building, Post Office Square. 
Shaw, Charles A., 11 Court Street. 
Torey, Arthur R., 23 Court Street. 
Saranac Lake, N. Y. — Botsford, Addis K., Attorney. 
Buffalo, N. Y. — Gibbons, Frank, Savings' Bank Building. 
New York City — Braman, Joseph B., Counsellor -at- Law, 17 Equitable 
Building, 120 Broadway. 
Woods, Edwin B., 220 Broadway. 
Richards, William E., 203 Broadway. 
Carter, Leslie T. , 86 Broadway, Coiinsellor-at-Laiu. 
White, Wallace, 305 Broadway. 
Buflfett, Benjamin R , 258 Broadway. 
Brooklyn, N. F.— Woods, Edwin B. 

Philadelphia— Kunt, Thomas J., Couyisellor-at-Law, 623 Walnut St. 
CTiicapro- Bradley, Ralph, 627 The Rookery. 
Springfield, III. — George A. Sanders. 

Rockland, Afat?ie— MacAllister, Edward B., Counsellor-at-Law. 
Westerly, R. I. — Kingsley, Everett A., Attorney -at- Laiv. 

Commissioners of Affidavits in the Island of Newfoundland 
for British Colonies. 

C. O'N. Conroy — New Brnnswick ; S. J. Foote — Nova Scotia. 
Deputy Sheriffs in Southern Districts. 



Residence. 



District. 



Name. 



Mobile 

Ferryland 

Ferraeuse 

Trepassey 

St. Mary's 

Salmonier 

St. Bride's 

Placentia 

Oderin 

Flat Island 

Burin 

St. Lawrence 

Lamaline 

Grand Bank 

BftUeoram 

Pushthrough 

Harbor Breton 

Kamea 



Ferryland 



Placentia and St. Mary's 



Burin 

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(( 

(( 

Fortune Bay 

(1 
Burgee and LaPoile 



George Geary 



James J. Bishop 



Sergeant James Kent 



Howard Parsons 
Stephen White 
R. J. Turpin 
William G. Pittmau 
Eli Harris 



'Joseph Camp 
[Benjamin Chapman 
I Matthew Nash 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Estey Pianos; 



Residence. 



District. 



Name. 



Buigeo 
Rose Blanclie 
Channel 
Codroy 
Grand River 
Robinson's Heai 
Sandy Point 
Port an Port 
St. George's 
Wood's Island 
Ray of Islands 
Eonne Bay 



Battle Harbor 

Qiiguet 

St. Anthony 

Conche 

LaScie 

White Bay 

Western Cove 

Tilt Cove 

Little Bay 

Little Bay Islands 

Sprin^dale 

Pilley's Island 

Leading Tickles 

New Bay 

Botwoodville 

Exploits 

Lev^isporte 

Grand Falls 

Badger 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Bari'd Islands 

Seldom-come- by 

Gander Bay 

Mu>grave Harbor 

Pinchard's Island 

Wesleyville 

Port Bland ford 

Greenspond 

Glovertown 



Burgeo and La Poile 



St. George 



St. Barbe 

Northern District 

Labrador 
St. Barbe 



Twillingate 



Fogo 



Bonavista 



Albert Kelland 
James LeMoine 
James H. Wilcox 
Henrj' Gallop 
Thomas B. Doyle 
Abraham Tilley 
M. E. Messervey 
Joseph Deluch. 
Alfi-ed Pierroway 



Maurice Ha\'e8 
John Tapper 



Samuel Rurason 
Samuel Acremau 
Mark Alcock 
James Johnson 
Thomas E. Dower 
William A. Toms 
Constable A. Dwyer 
Darius Jacobs 



T. W. Wells 
Peter Campbell 



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Leander Rowsell 
Peter Moors 
A. G. Young. 
George S. Lilly 
Alfred G. Young 
Const. W. Martin 
Newman Gillingham 
William Baird 
Charles White 
Ambrose Fitzgerald 
George Foster 
Philip Perry 
Robert Pike 
Peter Whiteway 



William Wicks 
N. A. Chafe 
Thomas Wornell 
Charles Kean 



Deputy Sheriffs — District Courts. 



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Residence. 


District. 


Name. 


Alexander Bay 


Bonavista 


John Ralph 


Gambo 


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Salvage 


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Bonavista 


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Museravetown 
Catalina 


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Trinity 






Isaac Manuel 


Trinity 


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Ernest Moriis 


Bonaventure 


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Noah Miller 


Northern Bight 


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Edmund Benson 


Britannia Cove 
Snook's Harbor 


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John Loder 


Shoal Harbor 


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Caleb Tuck 


Clarenville 


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George Janes 


White Rock, S. Sound 


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Josiah Frainpton 


Foster's Point 


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George Lea wood 


Heart's Content 


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Charles G. Rendell 


Hant's Harbor 
Old Perlican 


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Moses Bursey 


Blackhead 


Bay de Verde 






Reuben Cuitis 


Lower Island Cove . . 


II 






Eli Garland 


Western Bay 


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Ewen Kennedy 


Carbonear 


Carbonear 






Ernest Forward 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace 




John Trapnell 
James Fox (Bailiff.) 


Bay Roberts 


II 




A. Ilierliliy 


Brigus 


Port de Grave 




John Leauiou 


Harbor Main 


Harbor Main 




James Murphy. 


Holyrood 


II 




William Maher 


Kelligrews 


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Isaac LeDrew 


Bell Isld, Lance Cove.. 


St. John s East 




Seigeant J. B. Cux 


Bell Island, Beach ... 


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Bailiffs in St. St. John's. 
James Roil, James Kelly Burke, R. Cross. 

DISTRICT COURTS. 

Central District €ourt, Judge — James G. Conroy, K.C. 

" " Clerk— A. W. Knight, J. P. 

" " Bailiff— 3. English. 

" " Stenographer — James Coughlan. 

Harhor Grace District Court, Judge — W. A. Oke, J. P. 

" " CT«r/t— John Casev, J.P. 

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La Scie — D. P. Duggan. 

Little Bay and Pilley's Island — 

T. E. Wells 
Botwood — Harry Burt 
Grand Falls— U. F. Fitzgerald 
Tuillingate—W. J. Scott 
Fogo — Andrew Cook 
Greenspond — I. J Mifilen. 
Bonavista—J. J. Roper 
Trinity— Q. R. Lilly. 
Old Perliran — Andrew Vatclier 
Garhoiiear Alfred Penney 
Harbor dace — W. A. Oke 
Brigus—3. P. Thompson 
Harbor Maiii-U. F. OToole 
Bell Island— V. F. Power 



St. John's— J..Q. Conroy, K.C. 
Ferryland — Dr. R. J. Freebairn 
Trepassey — Dr. L. J. Qiovannetti 
St Mary's — Dr. Wm. Hogan 
Placentia—W. F. O'Reilly 
Presqiie — T. P. Sullivan 
Oderin—B.. T. McGratli 
Biirin— S. Avery 
Lavn — J. Benning 
Grand Bank — G. R. Forsey 
Garnish — J. R. Courage 
Harbor Briton -C. Way 
Burgeo—J. P. Small 
Channell — R. T. Squarey. 
St. George — R. MacDonnel 
Bay of Islands— L. March 
Bonne Bay—T. C. Duder 



Clerk of the Peace. 

Central District, St. John's— A. W. Kniglit, J. P. 
Harbor Grace — John Casey, .J. P. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

(Arranged Alphabetically). 

The Officers in command of war ships and First Lieutenants of the same 
receive Commissions to act as Justices of t 



in the protection of the fisheries. 

For the Colony. 



the Peace whilst engaged 



Name- 



Residence. 



The Judges of the Supreme Court, 

and all Stipendiary Magistiates. 
Adams, G. J. 
Adams, James . . 
Armstrong, Dr. W. S. 
Ashbourne, John W. 
Bagg, John C. . . 
Barbour, Alphena 
Bartlett, John . . 
Berteau, F. C. . . 
Bonia, Thomas . . 
Bradley, W. W. 
Brocklehurst, George T. 



St. John's. 
Adam's Cove. 
Labrador. 

Twii;it'Ur;,tl' 

Bay I'f Islands. 

Newtown. 

Quebec, Canada. 

St. John's. 
(I 

Lewisporte. 
Carbonear, 



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Bryan, P. J. 
Burselll, George H. 
Bufifett, G. A. . . 
Biaithwaithe, F. P. 
Butler, Eleazar . . 
Button, Elisha . . 
Case, Albert 
Casey, John 
Cater, J. E. 
Chafe, C. 

Chambers, W. McKay 
Chisholm, J. F., M.D. 
Chollett, Louis 
Christian, George 
Clarke, G. VV. 
Clement, Henry 
Clement, Philip T. 
Colbourne, E. B. 
Collins, William 
Cunningham, J. 
Curnew, Frederick 
Currie, J. T. 
Dawe, George 
Dawe, Henry 

Dawson, 

Devereux, E. 
Devereux, R. J. 
Devine, Thomas 
Dodd, Charles 
Donnelly, Hon. W. J. S. 
Doody, Patrick, sr. 
Doyle, E. 
DuBordieu, A. S. 
Duff, E. J. 
Dwyer, Eichard 
Edgar, E. 
Elliott, Henry 
Ellis, W. J. 
Evans, James 
Fisher, C. 

Fitzgerald, John D. 
Fitzgerald, P. J. 
Fitzgerald, Wm. S. 
Fitzgerald, T. 
Fortescue, M. 
Frost, N. 



Residence. 



Tilting. 

St. John's. 

Grand Bank. 

Codroy. 

Pacquet. 

New Melbourne. 

Heart's Delight. 

Harbor Grace. 

Horwood, N. D. Bay. 

Codroy. 

Harbor Buffett. 

Manuels. 

Flat Islands, Burin. 

Trinity. 

Springdale. 

Burgeo. 

Channel. 

Bishop's Falls. 

Burin. 

Burgeo. 

Belleoram. 

Britannia Cove. 

Port de Grave. 

Bay Roberts. 

(( 

St. John's. 
(I 

King's Cove. 

Log Cabin, Spruce Brook. 

St. John's. 

Melrose. 

St. John's. 

Port an Port. 

Rantem. 

Holyrood. 

Greenspond. 

Harbor Briton. 

St. Jjhn's. 

Adam's Cove. 

Corner Brook, Bay of Islands. 

Conche. 

Harbor Grace. 

Placentia. 

Ipplepen, Devon, England. 
Northern Bight, 



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Furneaux, Francis 

Giovanetti, H. A., M.D. . . 

Goflf, E.lwa.d L. 

Greufell, Wilfred T., M.D, C.M.G. 

Grieve, John, M.B , CM. 

Guilfoile, William J. 

Gushue, G. W. 

Haliburlon, H. H. 

HaliLurtou, J. P. 

Hann, Geoige 

Hearu, J. ['. 

Hogan, Francis 

Husiiey, Samuel 

Jacknian, J. M. 

Janes, J. W. 

Jardine, Jolin 

Jeriett, F. O. 

Jones, W. E., M.D. 

Keats, Alfred 

Keat?, Alplionsus 

Kennedy, E. B. 

Knight, Arthur W. 

Lawton, J. T. 

LeGrdw, Jabez 

LeVisconte, C, M.D. 

Long, J. E. 

MacDonald, A., M.D. 

Manuel, Arthur 

Martin, Adanj R. 

Matthews, J. 

Marshall, John 

Mitchell, William '.'.'. [ 

Moore, Frederick 

Moore, James H. 

Moores, John Charles 

Morris, F. J., K.C. 

McRae, Roderick 

Murphy, John 

Murray, E. .'.' [[ 

Norris. James 

O'Brit'i), Oorneliu.-i 

O'Neill, M. J. '.'.'. 

O'Neil-Power, Capt. J. J. 

O'Reilly, J. J, I.SO. 

O'Keillv, John 

Osmond, J. B, 



Kelligrews. 

Bay Bulls. 

Port Saunders. 

St. Anthony. 

Battle Harbor. 

Harbor Grace. 

St. John's. 

Gravels, Port au Port. 

Bonne Bay. 

Wesleyville. 

Brigus. 

St. Brendan's. 

Trinity. 

Tilt Cove. 

Hant'i Harbor. 

Bay Roberts. 

Brigus. 

Avondale. 

ilerasheen. 

Prefque. 

Conception Harbor. 

St. John's. 

Bell Island. 

Broad Cove. 

King's Cove. 

M or tier Bay. 

Grand Bank. 

Twillingate. 

Heart's Content. 

New Peilican. 

Burin. 

Sound Island. 

St. John's. 

Heart's Content. 

Blackhead. 

St' John's. 

Harbor Grace. 

Keels. 

Harbor Main. 

Notre Dame Bav. 

Bay Bulls. 

Bay de Vente. 

Spruce Brook. 

St. John's. 

Placeutia. 

Moretoa's Ilaibor 



Justices 0/ the Peace. 



M 



Groceries and Provisions, 



Name. 



Residence. 



Parsons, A. A. 


St. John's. 


Parsons, B. 


Harbor Grace. 


Parsons, R. H. 


Burin. 


Pall], William 


Burin. 


Phillips, G. T. 


St. John's. 


Pennev, J. H. 


Carbouear. 


Pike, Nat h. 


Grand Falls. 


Pike, Sti-pheii B. 


Flower's Cove. 


Pike, Mark 


Channell. 


Rabbits, John 


Brij^ns. 


Richards, J. F. 


Heart's Content. 


Rive, Walter 


Jersey, Channel Islands. 


Roberts, S, 


Change Islands. 


Robinson, Hon. J. A. 


St. John's. 


Rowsell, James R. 


Port Blandfoi-d. 


Rowsell, James S. 


Horravista. 


Ryder, Kennetli 


Flower 's Cove. 


Samson, Edwin J. 


Soilly Cove. 


Scott, Wm. C. E. 


(Jiand Falls. 


Shea, Hon. Sir E. D. 


St. John's. 


Shea, George 


t( 


Simme, Noah 


St. Anthony. 


Skeffington, Q. 


St. John's. 


Slattery, John L. 


(( 


Smith, Azari^h 


Cupids. 


Smith, Dr. S. S. 


Brook field. 


Smith, Dr. H. 


Burin. 


Stone, Aaron 


Fogo. 


Sullivan, J. 


St. John's. 


Symonds, Brenton 


Goose Cove. 


Tapp, Jolin 


Harbor Grace. 


Tranfield, C. H. 


Heart's Conteii 


Ti-apnell, Jolin 


Harbor Grace. 


Tuck, Calel) 


Shoal Harbor. 


Tuff, George 


Old Perlicau. 


Turner, George E. 


St Johii'^. 


Vavn'our, Michael 


St Lawrpr.cv. 


Vallii.ce, F. J. 


St. Juhn's. 


Vigus, James 


Burin. 


Wakeley, Thomas 


Haystack. 


Walsh, Francis J. 


Catalina. 


Ward, W. 


Harbor Grace. 


Warren, Benjamin J. 


Gaultois. 


Waterman, J. C. 


Fogo. 


Weir, Henry 


Griguet. 


Wellon, Thomas 


Ladle Cove. 



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Residence. 


White, John 
White, C. Keppel 
Whiteway, R. IJ. 
Whitman, F. E. 
Windsor, Henry 
Winsor, William C. 
Woodman, Fred. 
Yates, Adolphu* 


Catalina. 
Burgeo. 
St. John's. 


Aquaforte. 

Wesleyville. 

New Harbor. 

S. E. Arm, New Bay. 



For the Northern District. 



Bemister, Reuben 
Brown, James 
Burke, Patrick 
Cameron, Hugh 
Croucher, John T. 
Cunningham, William 
Cook, John 
Davis, M. 
Earls, Henry J. 
Garland, William 
Greene, Daniel J. 
Haines, George 
Hodge, John W. 
Hudson, A. G. 
Janes, A. 
Kean, Abraham 
Lockyer, James 
Moores, George E. 
Moulton, G. A. 
Murphy, John J. 
Mayne, Charles D. 
Ryan, Edmund J. 
Ryan, D. A. 
Ryan, James 
Ryan, N. B. 
Scott, Robert 
Shears, F. H. 
Skelton, Hon. Dr. G. 
Smith, John 
Snelgrove, Norman W. 
Somerton, Frederick 
Templeman, Philip 
Thompson, William H. 
Tulk, William 
Wheeler, J. B. 
White, Dr. Robert 
Winsor, Thomas 



New Perlican. 

Bona%-i8ta. 

Little Bay. 

Carbonear. 

St. John's and Battle Harbor. 

Tilt Cove. 

Heart's Content. 

Pinchard's Island. 

Fogo. 

Port Saunders. 

Boston, Mass. 

James Cove, Bonarista Bay. 

Fogo. 

Lower Island Cove. 

Glovertown. 

Norton's Cove and St. John's. 

Herring Neck. 

St. John's. 

Carbonear. 

St. John's. 

Twillingate. 

King's Cove. 

King's Cove and St. Jehu's. 

Bonavista and St. John's. 

Bonavista. 

Fogo. 

Open Hall. 

St. John's. 

Brigiis. 

Catalina. 

Bonavista. 

Harbor Grace. 

Burgoyne's Cove, Smith'i Sound. 

Musgrave Harbor. 

Trinity. 

Exploits. 



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Hardware, Glassware, Crockeryware, 



For the Sodthkrn District. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Angwin, W. K. 


Bay of Islands. 


Buhop, James H, 


Flat Islands, Placentia Bay. 


Bradshaw, John P. 


Placentia. 


Brinston, Emanuel 


Sound Island, Phcentia Bav. 


Burke, Denis 


St. Jacques. 


Cotter, George J. 


Channell. 


Doyle, James 


Codroy. 


Furneaux, Richard 


Rose Blanche. 


Haddon, Henry J. 


Fortune. 


Hirst, Edward 


Bay St. George. 


Hutchings, James 


Cape Breton, N. S. 


Inkpen, James, jr. 


Burin. 


LeMessurier, Henry W. 


St. John's. 


Murphy, Patrick 


Little Placentia. 


Pittman, Cyrus C. 


Lamaline. 


Penney, George 


Ramea. 


Roach, J.F. 


Branch. 


Winsor, John 


Ferryland. 


Wilton, G. W. 


Boune Bay. 



NOTARIES. 



Name. 


Jurisdiction. 


Residence. 


Ashbourne, William 


Island 




Twillingate. 


Avery, Simeon, J. P. 


(( 


■ ■ ■ • • 


Burin. 


Avery, G. W. B., LL.B. ... 


(( 




St. John's. 


Benning, Joseph, J.P. 


a 


. . 


Lawn. 


Blackwood, J. P. 


a 




St. John's. 


Blandford, Hon. S. D. ... 


ti 




it 


Bremner, R. S. 


« 




(t 


Burt, Harry, J.P. 


Northern 


District 


Botwood. 


Carter, James 


Island 




St. John's. 


Clift, J Aug., K.C. 


u 


• ■ • • • 


(( 


Clift, T. B. 


<( 




(C 


Conroy, Charles O'JN. 


.c 


■ • • ■ • • 


(( 


Dickinson, Gustavus H. ... 


(( 


. . 


it 


Doyle, Edward 


Northern 


District 


tt 


Emerson, Hon. C. H., K.C. 


Island 


. . 


1( 


Fenelon, John 


(( 




(( 


Forsey, G. R., J.P. 


(1 


• • • 


Grand Bank. 


Gardner, T. A. 


Southern 


District 


Bonne Bay. 



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•Garcin, Thomas A. 

<3ibb.s, Hon. M. P., K.C. .. 

Hart, John 

Hirst, Eiiward 

Hunt, (;. E. 

Hutching*, C. H., K.C. . 

Jardine, John 

Keating, J. W. 

Keat.*!, Alphonsus 

Knight, H. E. 

Kellv, W. O'D. 

Lilly, George R., J. P. .. 

Lockver, J. D. 

March, Levi, J. P. 

Mews, F. A. 

McGr&th, J. J. 

Mifflen, L J., J.P. 

Morison, Hon. D., K.C. . 

Munn, D. 

0'Drif>coll, P. C. 

Oke, W. A., J.P. 

Penney, Alfred, J.P. 

Percy, John K. 

Prowge, Kenneth R. 

Rendell, A. S. 

Henouf, C. H. 

Robinoon, Hon. J. A. 

Sansoni, E. J. 

Scott, William J., J.P. ... 

Squarey, Robert, J.P. 

Squires, R. A., Ll.B. 

Stone, Aaron 

Swyeis, H. J. 

Thompson, J. P. (J.P.) ... 

Warren, Hon. W. R., K.C. 

Weeks, Hamilton 

White, Charles 

Wilton, G. W. 



Southern District 

Island 

Northern District 

Southern District 

Island 

Northern District 

Island 

Southern District 

Island 



[Northern District 
: Island 

Northern District 
Island 



Southern District 
Northern District 
Southern District 



Bonne Bay. 
St. John's. 
King's Cove. 
St. G<'orge. 
St. John's. 

Bay Roberts. 
Chmnell. 
Presque. 
St. John's. 

Trinity. 

Herring Neck. 

Bay of Island*. 

St. John's. 
It 

Greenspond. 
St. John'.«. 
Harbor Grace. 
St. John's. 
Harbor Grace. 
Carbonear. 
St. John's. 
St. John's. 



Scilly Cove. 
Twillingate. 
Channell. 
St. John's. 
Fogo. 
Bona vista. 
Brigus. 
St. John's. 



Twillingate. 
Bonne Bav. 



CONSTABULARY. 

Office: Fort Townshexd, St. John's. 
Inspector-General — John Sullivan, J.P. 
Superintendent — tVilliam Grimes. 
Secretary and Accountant—George Coughlan. 



Constabulary. 



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Stationery, Books, Fancy Goods, Pictures. 



Allocation of Districts and how manned. 

Central Station, No. 1. 



Inspector-General . . 1 
Superintendent . . 1 
District Inspector ... 1 


Head Constable ... 1 

Sergeants . . 

Acting Sergeant . . 1 


Detective ... 
Constables 


.. 1 

... 10 


Eastern Station, No. 2. 


Western Station, No. 


3. 


Head Constables 
Acting Sergeant 
Oonstablos 

Total 


... 2 
.. 1 
.. 12 
Force . . 


Head Constable 

Sergeant 

Constables 

. . 49 men. 


... 1 
.. 1 
.. 13 


Harbor Grace Fc 


)Rca. 


Carbonkar Force. 




Sub-Inspector 
Acting Sergeant 
Constables 


.. 1 
... 1 
.. 4 


Head Constable 
Acting Sergeant 
Constables 


.. 1 
... 1 
... 2 


Total 


.. 6 


Total 


.. 4 




Recapitulation. 




Inepector-General 
Superintendent 
Sub-Inspector 
District Inspectors 
Head Constables 


... 1 
... 1 
.. 1 
... 2 
.. 6 


Sergeants 
Acting Sergeants 
Clerk 
Constables 
Messenger 


... 6 
.. 6 
.. 1 

.. 77 
.. 1 








Total Force 


..102 



Hours on and hours off Duty. 
On Ddtt, 

Early Duty — From 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. 

Day Duty— From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., first relief. 

" From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., second relief. 

" From 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., all available. 

Night Duty— From 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. 

Off Duty. 

Early Duty— From 11 p.m. to 2 p.m. 

Day Duty — From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., second relief. 

" From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., first relief. 

Early Duty —From 2 p.m. till following morning to 10 a.m. 
Night Duty— From 2 p.m. till following morning to 10 a.m. 

" From 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

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Tilt Cove 

Little Bay 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Greenspond 

Gaii)bo 

Bonavista 

Catalina 

Trinity 

Heart's Content 

Hant's Harbor 

Old Perlican 

Blackhead 

Bay Bulls 

Bay (le Verde 

Lower Island Cove , 

Carbonear 



Harbor Grace 



Riverhead, H. Grace, 
Spaniard's Bay 
Bay Roberta 
Brigus 
Harbor Main 
Holy rood 
Portiigtil Cove 
Torbay 
Pouch Cove 
Burgeo 

Bell Island -[ 



Cape Broyle 

Ferryland 

Renewse 

Fenneuse 

St. Vincent, St. 

Mary's Bay 
St. Mary's 
Placeutia 
Red Island 
Marystown 



Constable Thomas Walsh. 
Constable J(;hn Dewling. 
Head Conct. N. Patten. 
Constable Wni. Shave. 
Constable Joim Simmons. 
Constable Thomas Forsey. 
Const. Jas. Fitzgerald. 
Constable Stephen White. 
Acting Seigt. John Ryan. 
CoDBtable Thomas Wells. 



Constable A. March. 



Constable A. Fahey. 
Constable A. Green. 



Head Const. A. Newhook. 

1 Acting Sergeant. 

2 Constables. 
Sub-Inspector Bailey. 

1 Acting Sergeant. 
4 Constables. 



Constable E. Milllen. 
Constable Robt. J. Wells. 
Constable R. Bi.«hop. 
Constable Patrick Devine. 
Sergeant Loughlin. 



Constable E. Martin. 
Sergeant J. B. Cox. 
Constable John Morrisey. 
Constable W^m. Chafe. 
Constable Thos. Murphy. 
Constable T. Lynch 



Constable A. Stapleton. 
Sergeant James Kent. 



P. Tuck. 
R. Curtis. 

H. Garland, 



James Moran. 



James Murphy. 

i William Hibbs. 
I). McGuire. 
H. Baldwin. 



Constable Peter Lee. 



J. Sullivan, sr. 
Edward Johnson^ 
D. Tiainor. 

Martin Ryan. 



J. Ryan. 



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Sporting and Camping Goods. 



Locality. 



Police Force. 



Local Constables. 



Burin 


Constable Geo. Bartlett. 




St. Lawrencp 


Constable Wm. O'Farrell. 


E. Pike. 


Tiftmaline 




Wm. G. Pittman. 


•Grand Bank 


Constable George Bennett. 




Trepassev 


Constable Ed. Quinlan. 




Weslevville 


Constable Fred. Bennett. 




King's Cove 


Constable B. Stanfort. 




Belleorani 






Harbor Briton 


Const. Archibald Gardner. 




Kose Blanche 




James LeMoine. 


Port aux Basques ... 


Constable John R. Squibb. 




>Channell 


Actg. Sergt. John Crane. 




Bay St. George 


Actg. Sergt. Geo. Goodland. 




Curling | 


District Inspector Bartlett. 
Constable Rod. Quinlan. 




Bonne Bay 


Constable Thoa. Walters. 




Lewisporte 


Constable Jacob Cram. 




Botwood 


Constable Fred. Churchill. 




Grand Falls 


Constable W. Martin. 





CONSTABULARY, FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent — Michael Dunn. 

District Chiefs— Ford Winsor ; James Trebble ; Patrick Kane. 

Sergeant — Levi Caines. 

Acting Sergeant — John Reardon. 



Central Station, No. L 

1 Superintendent. 
1 District Chief. 
1 Engineer. 
9 Constables. 
■43 " Reserve" men. 
9 Horses and equipments. 
1 Steam Fire Engine. 
1 Chemical Engine. 

1 Set of Extension Ladders. 

2 Hose Reels. 

1 Horse Ladder Truck. 
1 Single Ladder Truck. 
1 Express Waggon. 
1 Hose Waggon. 
54 " Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxes. 

Eastern Station, No. 2. 
1 District Chief. 
1 Sergeant. 



5 men. 
22 " Reserve" men. 

3 Horses and equipment. 

1 Ambulance Waggon. 

2 Hose Reels. 1 Waggon. 

1 Set of Extension Ladders. 
19 " Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxes. 

Western Station, No. 3. 

1 District Chief. 
1 Acting Sergeant. 
1 Engineer. 
5 men. 
30 " Reserve " men. 

4 Horses and equipments. 

1 Steam Fire Engine. 

2 Hose Reels. 

1 Horse Waggon. 
1 Set Extension Ladders. 
26 " Gamewell " Fire Alarm Boxes. 



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1 Set Ladders. 

35 " Reserve " men. 



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1 Steam Fire Engine. 

1,000 feet Ho.se, Branch Pipes. 

1 Hose Reel. 

1 Winter Hose Reel. 

1 Alarm Gong. 



Recapitulation. 

1 Chief Officer. 
1 Superintendent. 
3 District Chiefs. 
23 men. 
130 "Reserve" men. 



Total Force. . 158—16 Horses and 67 "Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxe», 
Colonial Penitentiary, St. John's. 



Superintendent — A. A. Parsons, J. P. 
Dtputy Superintendent and Book- 
keeper — Theo. F. Thunipaoii. 
Surgeon — Dr. L. E. Keegan. 
First Warden — Michael Manning. 
Second Warden — Daniel Crotty. 



First Turnkey — James Oakley. 
Second Turnkey — L. Rose. 
Third Turnkey — Rd. Hammond. 
Fourth Turnkey— E. Sellars. 
il/a^ron— Miss Elizabeth Dunphy. 
Watchman — John Walsh. 



Outport Gaolers. 



TwUlingate—KcAd Con. N. Petten. 
Grt$nspond—K. Carter. 
Bonavista — Con. Jas. Fitzgerald. 
Trimfi/— Acting Sergeant J. Ryan. 
Harbor Grace — J. Trapnell. 
Harbor Grace — Turnkey~L. Parsons. 
£n^Ms— Constable R. Bishop. 



Ferryland — G. (jeary. 
Placentia — Edward Collin.-^. 
Burin — Cons. George Bartlett. 
Har. Briton— Cons. Arch. Gardner, 
Channell — Act'g Sergt. John Crane- 
Gaol Surgeon, Harbor Grace. 
Dr. W. H. Paraons. 



2)fpartmfnt of finance anD Cu^tomitf. 



Minister of Finmnce and Customs— YLon. M. P. Cashin. 

FINANCE DEPARTMENT. 
Genkral Office : Customs' Bmilding. 

Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Deputy Minister of Finance— 3. S. Keating. 

Accountant of Contingencies and Inland Eevenue Clerk— Qeo. Bursell. 
Clerk — Sydney Woods. 
Typewriter —Clotilde Bonia. 



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Make Tents to Order. 



Public Debt Office, Finance Department. 

Interest on Debentures paid on 2nd day of January and let day of 
July in each year, tliose days not being Sundays. 

Treasury Board. 

Chairman — Hon. M. P. Caahin, Minister of Finance and Customs (ex 
•fficio.) 

Hon. R. Watson, Colonial Secretary. 

Hon. D. Mori^on, K.C., Minister of Justice. 

Hon. J. C. Crosbie. 

CUSTOMS' DEPARTMENT. 

Office : Custom House, Water Street. 

Office Hours : St. John's 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Assist. Collector and Dep. Min. of Customs — H. W. LfeMessurier, J. P. 
First Clerk and JVarehouse Keeper — James Cormack. 
Second Clerk and Cashier — J. Noonan. 
Third Clerk— E. Taylor. 

Fourth Clerk — 

Fifth CTerA-— W. G. Dryer. 

Sixth Clerk — R. A. Noonan. 

First Statistical Clerk — A. B. LeMessurier. 

Second Statistical Clerk — George E. Moores. 

Assistant Statistical Clerk — T. P. Jackman. 

C. H. Renouf. 
Inspector of Customs — Hon. W. J. S. Donnelly. 
Inspector of Revenue Protective Service- J. O'Reilly, J. P., I.S.O.- 
Landing Surveyor — W. R. Stirling. 
Tide Surveyor — H. J. Watts. 
First Landing Waiter — A. Vincent. 
Second Landing Waiter — J. J. Fox. 
Railway ManifeH Clerk — P. J. O'Neill. 
Clerk in Landing Surveyor's Office — Mark Puddister. 
Bxamining Officer — James Jardine. 
Atsistant Examinei—i. C. Carter. 

J. Gibbs. 
Storekteper — T. Broderick. 
Locker—?. Walsh. 
First Assistant Locker— V. McGrath. 
Second Assistant Locker — M. Kelly. 
Third Assistant Locker— G. Wight. 
Housekeeper — Mrs. McGregor. 
Authorized Broker — Robert Power. 

Sub-Collectors. 

Argentia—k. J. Keats. I Bay Roberts— W. Parsons. 

Bty of Islands— M.. J. McEvoy. I Bell Island— F. F. Berteau, 



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Belleoram — F. Curnew 
Bishop's Falls— E. B. Colbourne, 
Blanc Sablon — J. Butt. 
Bonavista — R. Brown. 
Bonne Ban — M. Jenkins. 
Botwood — Thomas Antle. 
Brig^is-S. E. Chafe. 
Britannia Gove — J. Leawood. 
Burgeo—J. G. Cunningham. 
Burin — W. Paul. 
Catalina — B. Perry. 
Cape IJroyle — J. T. Carew. 

Carbonear — 

ChanncU — T. Soper. 

Clarenville — A. W. Earle. 

Conception Harbor — P. Wade. 

Codrorj—E. J. Gillis. 

Exploits Burnt Islamd—A. Freeman. 

Ferryland—M. White. 

Flower's Cove—F. Cox. 

Fogo — A. Stone. 

Gambo — George Skeffington. 

GauHois — W. E. Andrews. 

Glenwood — H. F. Colbourne. 

Grand Bank—O. R. Forsey. 

Grand Falls—'^. Pike. 

Greenspond—D. Blandford. 

Hani's Harbor— 3 Amet, Tuck. 

Harbor Breton — C. Way. 

Har. Buffdt~W. McK. Chambers. 

Harbor Grace — W. Ward. 

Herring Neck — M. Simms. 

Holyrood — W. Joy. 

Humbermouth — H. Norman. 

Labrador — J. Qosse. 



Lamaline — C. C. Pitman. 
Lark Harbor — W. C. Gear. 
Laxon — J. Benning. 
LaPoile~Q. F. Read. 
LaScie — D. P. Duggan. 
Lemsporte—W. W. Bradley. 
Little Bay—W. G. Duder. 
Marystown — J. E. Long. 
Nipper's Harbor— \i. H. Batstone. 
Norris' Arm—U.. F. Colbourne. 
Oderin — F. W. Power. 
Pilley's Island— \Y. G. Duder. 
Placentia—T. Fitzpatrick. 
Port au Port — A. S. DuBordieu. 
Port aux, Basque* — M. Pike. 
Port Blandford — James Rowsell. 
Port Saunders — W. J. Garland. 
Presque — T. Sullivan. 
Pushthrough — J. Camp. 
Ramea— A. H. Ingraham. 
Renews— T. McCarthy. 
Rigolette — William Green. 
Robinson's Head — G. Renouf. 
Sandy Point — A. Tilley. 
St. Anthony — M. Simms. 
St. George's— A. O'Reilly. 
St. Jacques — H. R. Clinton. 
Stone's Cove -F. Dinham. 
Sound Island — A. Hollett. 
Tilt Cove — W. Cunningham. 
Trepassey—J. F. Deverenx. 
Trinity— W. White. 
Twillingate — A. J. Pearce. 
Western Bay— P. J. Fahev. 
Wood's Island— T. M. Costello. 



Preventive Officers. 



Bay Bulls— J. F. Williams. 
Heart's Content— C. G. R<;ndell. 
Kings Cove—B,. Lawton. 
Little River — J. J. Doyle. 
Rose Blanche — R. Furiaeaux. 
J'ortwne— George Vey. 



Garnish — B. A. Brazil. 

Harbor Main— J. Kennedy. 
Salmonier — James White. 
Salvage— J. Burden. 
St. Lawrence — M. Vavasour. 
St. Mary's— \y. Hogan. 



Whitbeurne — H. L. Leslie 

Registrar of Shipping-, Newfoundland. 
H. W. LeMessurier, Registrar; T. L. McGrath, Clerk. 



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Carpets with Vacuum Cleaner. 

Surveyors of Shipping^ : 

Carbonear 



St. John's— T. R. McGrath. 
Little Bay—W. G. Duder. 
Exploits— A. Freeman. 
Twillingate to Change Islands — 

A. J. Pearce. 
Fogo — A. Stone. 

Salvage to Cape Freels — J. Burden. 
King's Covc—R. Lawton. 
Gatalina — B. Perry. 
Britannia Cove — J. Lea wood. 
Trinity— W. White. 



Harbor Grace — W. Ward. 

Burin — W. Paul. 

Fortune — H. J. Haddon. 

Grand Bank — G. R. Forsey. 

Belleoram — F. Curnew. 

Harbor Breton — C. Way. 

Rose Blanche — Richard Furneaux. 

Burgee — J. C. Cunningham. 

Channell — T. Soper. 

Bay of Islajids — M. J. McEvoy. 



Bonne Bay — M. Jenkins. 

Surveyors of Passenger Accommodation : 

E. English, T. R. McGrath. 



a^cpactmcnt of 3l!gricuUure and ^incjg. 



Office : Museum Building. Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Minister of Agriculture and Mines — Hon. S. D. Blandford. 

Deputy Head — George E Turner, .J. P. 

First Clerk— ThomnB J. Thorburn. 

Second Clerk — J. W. ivIcNeily. 

Accountant — S. Hart. 

Typist — Neil McLellan. 

Surveyor to Department — Francis H. Ralfoui'. 

Director of Geological Survey and Curator of Museum- - Jas. P. Howley, 

F.G.S. 
First Surveyor — William Noel. 
Second Surveyor — Henry J. Duder. 
Chief Woods Banger — Thomas Howe. 
Inspector Timber Limits — G. L. Phillips. 
Examiner of Mill Accounts — D. Thistle. 
Messenger — John Maher. 

Newfoundland Agricultural Board. 

Hon. S. D. Blandford, J. F. Downey, R. J. Devereux, A. J. Bayley, 

Acting Secretary. 

Deputy Surveyors. 

[Authorized to act in any part of Newfoundland]. 

•Officers of the Department of Agri- 
culture and Mines. 
Bay Roberts — A. Calpin. 



Bonavista — C. E. Thompson. 



Brigus — J. P. Hearn. 
Burgeo—G. K. White. 
Burin— G. M. Goddard. 
Simeon Avery. 



194 Deputy Surveyors — Museum — Surveyors of Lumber. 

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Burgoyne's Cove — William Tulk. 
Bell Island — Thomas J. Nurse. 
Peter Quigley. 
Eugene H. Rees. 
Bishop's Falls— J. J. O'Sullivan. 
Cape Broyle -J. R Hussey. 
Carbonear — G. A. Moulton. 
Catalina — A. J. Crocker. 
Channell — R. T. Squarey. 
Charlottetown — S. Spracklin. 
Fogo — Thomas Lucas. 
Fortune — H. J. Haddon. 
Gander Bay—J.W. Webb. 
Grand Falls— W. Scott, C.E. 

Michael Sullivan, 
G. E. Sanrler.s 
R. M. Philip. 
Harbor Breton — C. Way, 

W. E. Parsons. 
Harbor Grace— 5. B. Coailv. 
Heart's Content— C. O. Rnidell. 
King's Cofe— Richard Lavvton, 

M. J. Holland. 
Jackson's Gove, N. D. Bay— Lorenzo 

Newhook. 
Lance Cove, Smith's Sound— 'E. T. 

Gardner. 
Lemsporte — Alfred Young. 
Little Placentia — A. L. Keats. 

Lower Island Cove— A.. G. Hudson, 
Hedley Garland. 



Millville — J. Murpliy. 

Musgrave Harbor — J. B. Wheeler. 

Marystown — M. J. Flynn. 

Norris' Arm — A. C. Constable. 

OpenHall — Hemr Jliles. 

Placentia— 'W . F. O'Reilly. 

Pilley's Island — H. M. Herbert. 

Pool's Island — Jos. Davis. 

Port Blandford — T. Howe. 

Renewse — Garrett Jack man. 

Rose Blanche — R, Furneaux. 

Salmo7iier — Peter J. Tremlett. 

Salcage Bay — Jos. H. T. Moss. 

Spaniard's Bay — B. B. Squires. 

St. Brendan's — 

St. George— 5. A. Whelan. 

St. John's - Otto Emerson ; A. F. T. 
Long ; W. H. Taylor; C. A.White; 
W. F. Canning ; W. P. Ryan; John 
I Holden ; Albert J. Bayly ; M. J. 
James ; G. S. Sara ; Jack Turner ; . 
Wilfred Pippy ; E. S. Story ; W. 
A. Coughlan. 
I Siceet Bay— JolifFe Quinton. 

I Topsail 

j Torbay — J. Roche. 

j Trepassey — D. Pennell. 

I Trinity — Samuel Hussey. 

Ticillingate — J. A. S. Peyton, 
E. P. Peyton. 

Whithourne — David Thistle. 



Museum. 
Curator— J. P. Howley, F.G.S. 
Typist — Miss O'Mara. 
Caretaker Museum Building — W. Duggan. 
Open to the public every day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and from 2 p.». 



to 4 p.m. 

Surveyors of Lumber 

Adam's Cove— Qeorge Moores. 
Alexander Bay — Victor Roach. 
John Whelan. 
W. M. Dewey 
Avondale — W. S. Clarke. 

Harold Clarke. 
Badger Bay — Wm. Campbell. 
C. M. Campbell. 
V. M. Campbell. 



Bnrr'd Islands — Andrew Mead. 
Blackhead— WeMer Crummy. 

G. W. Butt. 
Bay of Islands — John Fisher. 

James Knight. 

Joseph Fisher. 

Joseph Gribble. 

Joseph Petipas; 

Clarence Elford. 



Surveyors of Lumber. 



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Bale Verte — W. J. Jackman. 
Bay Eoherts—Thonms Wilcox. 

J. Russell (of Elijali). 
B. Mercei'. 
A. Wilcox. 
Wm. Earle. 
Bay Eoberts West — Isaac Sparks. 
Bay du Nord — R. Dun ford. 
J. V. Devine. 
Bell Island- -J. D. Coleiuan. 

Richard D. Costigan. 
S. K. LeDrew. 
Birchy Cove — Pierce Power. 
Bishofs Falls— J. A. Lindall. 

James Bradbury. 
Bonavista — Clias. E. Thompson. 

Robert Brown. 
Bonne bay — Wm. Stamford. 
R. Sheppard. 
Walter Young. 
Joseph Quinlan. 
George T. Gosney. 
Botwood — Abner Lacey. 
A. J. Harvey. 
A. D. Sargent. 
W. H. Monroe. 
James Monroe, 
A. N. Antle. 
Brigus — James Fardy. 

Benjamin French. 
R. Bartlett. 
Brooklyn — A. C. Pye. 
Broad Cove N. — Gregory Squires. 
Burin—B,. H. Parsons. 
Thomas Avery. 
S. A. Darby. 
E. A. Winter. 
E. Burgess. 
Burnt Arm — Stanley LeDrevr, 
Sampbellton — Thomas James. 
Alfred Young. 
George Manuel. 
Canada Bay— Wm. Fillier. 
Garbonear — George Best. 
James R. Guy. 
Mark Taylor. 
Walter W. Whelan. 
Frank B. Pike. 
Catalina—A. J. Crocker. 
Victor Martin. 



Channell E. Bragg. 

Clarke s Beach — George Mugford. 

W. J. Jerrett. 
Clode So^md-J nines B. Rowsell. 

James Burrey. 
Colinet — Lemuel Simmonds. 
John Sparks. 
H. W. Simmonds. 
Corner Brook — Patrick Power, jr. 

N. Young. 
Cupida — J. Badrock. 
John Kelly, 
P. J. Feehan. 
Deer Lake — John J. Ivany. 
Dog Bav—B. Tilley. 
Drake Cove, B.B.—L. J. Pritchett. 
Elliston — A. J. Way. 
Enqlee — James Dower. 
W. GiUaid. 
H Compton. 
Fair Islands — Caleb Cutler. 
Johh Brown. 
Fortune — J. L. Bennett. 
Freshwater, Bayde Verde — 0. Parson* 
Gambo—A. Pritchett. 
M. C. Martin. 
Job C. Pritchett. 
Thomas Curran. 
Thomas Harty. 
Joseph Ward. 
G. J. Pritchett. 
George Abbott. 
J. S. Puddister. 
S. J. Pritchett. 
Gander Bay— John W. Webb. 
Louis Woolfrey. 
A. J. Hoff. 
George's Pond — L. Moxfield. 

Glovertown — Theop. Janes. 
Nelson Burry. 

Green's Harbor — W. Drover. 

Grand Falls— W. W. Whelan. 
W. R. Colbourne, 
James A. Cater. 

Greenspond — Walter G. Osmond. 
John Sainsbury. 
R. Humphries. 
James Granter. 
E. Pitman. 



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■Grand Lake — W. F. Squires. 

A. Q. G. Benson. 
Groswuter Bay Lab'r — Thos. Pottle. 
Hall's Bay — Henry Clarke. 

G.S. "Thistle. 
Harbor Grace — J. B. Cody. 
A. Rodgers. 
W. E. Carson. 
Gaorge Pynn. 
Harhor Main — John Quinlan. 
Haricot — C. Butt. 

G. Simmons. 
Heart's Content — James H. Moore. 
G. J. Young. 
M. George. 
Heart's Delight —A. Pitman. 
A. Case. 
Wm. Crocker. 
Heart's Desire — Thomas Gecrge. 
Horwood — John E. Cater. 
Robert Pike. 
George Cater. 
Frank Hodder. 
JacJcson's Arm (W.B.) — K. Lash. 
Joe Batt's Arm — Ambrose Coffin. 
Kelligrews — Wm. Hibbs. 
King's Point, S. TV. Ann, Green Bay 
— B. Batstone, F. R. Thistle, 
Adolphus Yates. 
Little Bay, N.D. Bay—U. A. Strong 
Leading Tickles — Leander Rowsell. 

V^'m. Lanning. 
Lewisporte — U. Freak. 

J. W. Noseworthy. 
J. T. Pearce. 
Little Placentia—Thomsis Kelly. 
Loon Bay. N. D. B — W. G. Roberts, 
Job Elliott, Bertram Roberts, 
C. Lintield. 
Main River — Allison Purdy. 
Millertown—C. K. Chalk. 
Moreton's Harbor— W. S. French. 
Musgrave Hr.— 'N. W. H. Gillingham 
Musgravetoivn — B. Stead. 
Marystow7i—Qt. Gover. 

Northern Arm, Exploits Bay— 
W. Manuel. 

.New Bay, N. W. Arm— 5. Churchill 



New Bay, S. W. A rm — Jos. Baggs. 

Jas. Andrew* 
O. Stuckless. 
J. H. Andrews. 
J. Thompson. 
Norris' .i4r7)i— Fred. Ross. 

A. C. Constable. 
Notre Dame Junction — A. Freeman. 
Old Perlican—Wm. Reckett. 

L. J. March. 
Paquet — R. Mercer. 
Pilley's IiCand — Philip Pride. 

Charles Tucker. 
David Sutton. 
Placenfia— C. Sinnott. 
T. Polfery. 
J. Drover. 

Thos. Kelly (S.E. Arm.) 
Point Leamington — Jas. Andrews. 

Jno. Hutchcroft 
J. B. McFarlane. 
Pool's Island — J. B. Davis. 
Pool's Island (F.B.)—G. Banbury. 
Port anx Basques — W. Vardy. 
Robinson's Head — G. M. Shears. 
Rocky Harbor — James Shears. 
Safe Harbor — P. Bourne. 
Seal Bay, N.D.B —RoUnd Roberts. 

W. Helliniore. 
Seldom-Come- By — W. A. Rowe. 
Shoal Harbor~L. Lowe. 
Shoal Bay, £.B.— Harrison Smith. 
A. L. White. 
Geinion Pelley. 
Smith's Sound — T. B. R. Stone. 
Spaniard's Bay — M. Ryan. 

Nath. Gosse. 
Mark Gosse. 
Springdale, N.D.B. — John Grimes. 
S. Clarke. 
F. Clarke. 
St. George — G. K. Dalton. 
A. DuBasque. 
Dugald McLellan. 
Alex. Hudson. 
St. Mary's — F. J. Power. 
J. J. Bonia. 
Sandy Point — John McLennon. 
Wilfred LeRoui. 



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South River — Wni. Andrews. 
Staideyville — George Gosney. 
Si. Brendan's — Thomas Hynes. 
St. John's — John Bad cock. 
A. R. Barnes. 

D. Barnes, 
Edwin Blackler. 

E. Best. 
John Collins. 
James Costello. 
Duncan Cook. 

F. J. Doyle 
J. G. Dwyer. 
John Grilible. 
Maurice Halleren. 
AlV)ert Horwood. 

F. M. Horwood. 
H. W. Horwood. 
George A. Lilly. 
T. A. Lawrence. 
William Moores, 

G. W. Mews, 
William O'Connor, 
G. T. Phillips, 
RoKert Pittnian, 



St. John's — Edward Skinner, 
C. W. Smallwood, 
G. C. Short, 
J. St. George, 
H. J. Vavasseur, 
Michael Walsh, 
William Watson, 
Eli Whiteway. 
Tizzard's Harbor — R. Small. 
Torhaxj — John Roche. 
Trepassey — D. J. Pennell. 
Trinity — E. T. Granger. 
Twillingate — E. Manuel, 
T. Peyton, 
A. H. Peyton, 
A. A. Power. 
Upper Island Gove — A. Crane. 
Wesleyville—W . G. Winser. 
Western Bay — M. H. Lynch, 

G. Perry (of G.) 
J. Lynch, 
JFhitbounie — .). J. St. John, 
R. H. Gosse, 
W. J. Kennedy, 
C. Noeeworthy. 



department of Sl^arine and f !$tt)ene^. 



Office : Customs' Building. 

Office Hours 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries— A. W. Piccott. 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries — A. C. Goodridge. 

Sfcretary—T). W. Prowse, K.C., C.M.G. 

Accountant — H. V. Hutchings. 

Second Clerk — Thomas Devine. 

Storekeeper — H. Gosse. 

Inspector of Lighthouses — R. White. 

Secretary Lighthouse Department and Inspector of Marine Worlis- 

W. Rogerson. 
Assistant Inspector Lighthouses and Mechanician — T. Cornick. 
Inspectors of Boilers — A. McLachlan and D. M. MacFarlane. 
Third Clerk and Messenger— Q&OTge Day. 
Stenographer and Typist — Miss L L Calpin. 



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Fisheries' Board. 

President — Minister of Marine and Fisheries, ex officio; A. McDougall, 
Hon. M. P. Cashin, W. C. Winsor, M.H.A., Hon. W. C. Job, E. G. Grant, 
M.H.A. 

Examiners for gfranting- Certificates to Engineers, 

A. McLachlan and D. M. MaeFarlane. 

Inspectors of Pickled Fish and Fish Oils. 
Chief Inspector — P. J. Fitzgerald. 

Linegar, R. Colford, P. McQrath, 
James McFarlane, Step. Rogers, 
Leonard Taylor, Frederick Rowe, 
John Gearv, Michael Wall, R. 
Marshall, J.' Chafe. 
i>t. Jacques — J. C. Noseworthy. 



Greenspond — Mark Dowden 
Kijig's Cone— Michael Martin. 
Trinity — George Oakley. 
Garboncnr — Ed. Joyce, (}. Soper, Jno. 

Kennealy, J. Udell, L Taylor, A. 

Earle. 
Harbor Grace — Ed, Parson.s, John ! Belleoram — Levi Cluett. 

Sheppard, Henry Garland, Mat- i Bay St. George — E. Fillatre, Willian* 



thew Martin, John Coady. 



Parsons, Edward Butt. 



Bay Roberts — Henry Dawe. i Lark Harbor — George Sheppard. 

Salmon Cove — Daniel Kennedy. i Bay of Islands — Wni H. Messervey. 

St. John's — Michael Murphy, Mich'l ', Bonne Bay — Francis Cox. 

S. S. Fiona. 

Captain— E. English, jr. Chief Engineer — J. Martin. 

Chief Officer — P. Christopher. Ship's Husband — Capt. E. English, sr. 

Newfoundland Government and Lloyds' Surveyor 
and Inspector of Shipping. 

James Black. 

Game Protection and Inland Fisheries' Board. 

Tlic Minif^ter of Marine and Fisheries, ex officeio. 

J. R Biniett, M.H.A. W. H. Bartlett, Dr. C. Fitzgerald, 

W.C. VViiL-or, M.H.A. G. E. Motty, R. Mosdell, 

E. G. Grant. M.H.A. VV. B. Sclater, W. Sinnott, 

Dr. L. E. Keegaii, Alex. McDougall, Thomas Moulton, 

T. Winter, W. H. Rennie, W. E. Wood, K.C., 

W. J. Carroll, J. F. Tompkins, R. White. 
.^. McNamara, N. Fisher, 

Mercantile Marine and Shipping Office. 

Office : Customs' Bdildinu, King's Wharf. 

Office Hours : 10 to 3. 

Supt. of Mercantile Marine and Shipping Master— Frederick Carter. 



Commissioners of Wrecked Property & Pilots — Ftlots. 199 
■Carpet-making and Blind-making. 



Commissioners of Wrecked Property. 

Labrador — Snug Harbor to Indian Tiekln — O. Ta)'lor. 

" Indian Tickle to Pack's Harbor — R. McRae. 

" Pack's Harbor, exc, to Cape Harrison, exc. — G. Apsty. 

Lock's Gove to Engtee (both inclusive) — J. 1). Fitzgerald. 
Cape John to Pilley's Island (both inclusive) — W. G. Duder. 
Twillingate — William Baird. 

Fogo, Little Fogo, Indian and Change Islands— Aaron Stone. 
Cape Freeh to Cape Fareuell, including Penguin aiid IVadham Islands — 

Henry Bobbin?. 
Salvage to Cape Bonavista — D. A. Ryan, J. P. 
Cape Bonavista to English Head — W. S. Jones. 
Grate's Point to Broad Cove, Blackhead Bay — Jolin Ryan. 
Harbor Grace to Kelligrews — John Jardine, .I.P. 
Gape Spear to Bay Bulls — Henry Chafe. 
Bay Bulls to LaManche — Michael Burke. 

LaManche to Fermeu.se, exclusive — 

Fermeuse, inc., to Cape Race, ex. — T. McCarthy. 

Cape Race, inc., to Broad Cove, St. Mary's Bay— 

Broad Cove, St. Mary's Bmy, exc, to Point Lance, inc. — J. J. Bishop. 

Point Lance to Point Verde, exc. — Patrick Rourke. 

Point Verde, inc., to Rushoon, inc. — John Handrick. 

Point May to Garnish — Eli Harris. 

District of Fortune Bay — C. Way. 

Burgeo Division, District of BurgfO and LaPoile — J as. M. Keating. 

Channell (Cape Ray to Goal River) — J. W. Keating. 

By sec. 2, Con Stat, (second series), the senior Customs' Officer resid- 
ing in or near any district in which there is no Wreck Commissioner, is 
empowered to act as Commis.sioner ; and in the event of his inability from 
illness to be present at the locality of the wreck, he may appoint, by wri- 
ting under his hand, any person to act in his stead. 

Commissioners of Pilots. 

St. John's — George Shea, Chairman ; The Minister of Marine and Fish- 
«ries, Hon. John Harris, R. B. Job, Edward English, Secretary. 
Fogo— J. W. Hodge, J. P., Wm. Earle, Aaron Stone. 
Pilleys Island — C. F. Taylor, J. Colbourne, E. Herbert. 
Lewisporte — W. W. Bradley, N. Turner, Uriah Freake. 

Pilots, St. John's. 
One Motor Boat to remain on Station continuously. 
F. Leary, W. Lewis, J. Goss, G. Lewis, 

J. Furlong, F. Lewis, J. Penney, W. Broderick, 

J. Brown, P. Howard, E. Lewis, E. Malone. 



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Rates of Pilotage — Towage Bates. 



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Table of Rates of Pilotagfe of Vessels in and out of St. John's. 



New Measurement. Rates Cy. 

On vessels under 80 tons $5.35 

from 80 to 100 tons ... (3.70 

from 100 to 120 Ions ... 7 35 

from 120 to 100 tons ... 8.00 

from lUO to 200 tons ... S.70 

9 35 

10.00 

10.70 

13,35 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



from 200 to 240 tons 
from 240 to 280 tons 
from 280 to 300 tons 
from 300 to 350 tons 



New Measurement. Rates Cy. 

On vessels from 350 to 400 tons ... S16 00 

Do from 400 to 500 tons . 18 75 

Do from 500 to 600 tons ... 

Do from 600 to 700 tons 

Do from 700 to 800 tons ... 
Over that size— for every 100 tons 

aiUlitional 

And on no .sailing vessel ia the 

pilotage to exceed 33,00 



21.35- 
24.00 
26.76 

1.35 



And 10 per cent, on above rates additional. 



Gross Toyinage. 
Vessels from 301 to 350 tons $24.00 



Steamer.s sliall pay pilotage on their net tonnage, as in the case of 
sailing vessels. 

Steanieis employed in tlie lisheiies of the Colony shall be exempt, 
except when on t'oieign voyages. 

Coastal steameis shall also l)e exempt. 

Siilisiilized )iiail steameis, in eoiinection witli the Colony, shall pay 
on the horse-power, at the rate of eight cents for each horse-power. 

All coasting vessels which may take pilots, to pay one-half of the 
above rates ol pilotage in proportion to their tonnage. 

The above scale of pilotage sliall be payable on the register tonnage 
of all such vessels, as ascertained before going out of the harbor. 

Towage Rates, St. John's. 

Gross Tonnage. 

Vessels 60 tons and under §4.00 

Do from 60 to 100 tons (lOct.s. 
per ton additional.) 

Do from 101 to 125 tons 10 00 

Do from 126 to 150 tons 12 00 

Do from 151 to 175 tons 14.00 

Do from 176 to 200 tons 16 00 

Do from 201 to 225 tons 18-00 

Do from 226 to 2,50 tons 20.00 

Do from 251 to 300 tons 22.00 

Vessels requiring the steamer to go beyond limits as far as Cape Spear 
to pay one-third additional, and any ves.sel requiring towage beyond the 
Cape to the South or an equal distance to the Northward will be charc'ed 
by special agreement. ° 

The above rates apply only to ordinary circumstances. Vessels in 
distress or otherwise di.sabled will have to make special contiact for assist- 
ance. Vessels employing the steamer inwards will be taken outwards on 
their next voyage at two-thiiils of the above rates. Vessels using the 
eteamer's hawser, to pay ten per cent, on towage rates for the same. 

In addition to the above rates, one-third additional will be charged 
during winter months, commencing on the 10th December and ending on 
10th April each year. ° 

N.B.— Special rates will be charged during the ice season. 

■The owners are not responsible for any damage done by the vessel 
towed to themselves or others. 



Do 


from 351 to 


400 tons.... 


. 26.00 


Do 


from 401 to 


4.50 tons.... 


. 28.00 


Do 


from 451 to 


500 tons.... 


. 30 00 


Do 


from 501 to 


5.50 tons.... 


. 32.00 


Do 


from 551 to 


600 tons.... 


. 34.00 


\yo 


from 601 to 


700 tons.... 


. S8.00 


Do 


from 701 to 


800 tons.... 


. 42.00 


Do 


from 801 to 


900 tons.... 


. 46 00 


Do 


from 901 to 1,000 tons.... 


. 50.00 



Block House — Block Hoiise Signals. 201 



Saxone Boots and Shoes, British make. 

Block House, Signal Hill. 

Signalman — Michael Cant well. 
Assistant Signalman— J. C. Baillett. 

Description of Signals in Use at the Block House, Signal Hill, 
St. John's, Newfoundland. 

Balls and Flags, hoisted in different positions at the Yard Arm, show 
the niuuher of Sail that are signalled either North or Sonth, viz.: — 

One Sail in sight — Ball close up to yard. 

Two Sail in .sight— Ball midway between yard and parapet of Block 
House. 

Three Sail in sight — Yellow Pennant close up to yard. 

Four Sail in sight — Yellow Pennant midway between yard and para- 
pet of Block House. 

Five sail in sight— Same as four, with addition of a Ball placed im- 
mediately above Pennant. 

Six Sail in sight — Same as three, witli addition of a Ball placed im- 
mediately beneath Pennant. 

Seven Sail in sight — Same as four, with addition of a Ball placed im- 
mediately beneath Pennant. 

Eight Sail in sight — Yellow Pennant at Yard Arm; Ball midway 
between Yard Aim and Paiapet of Block House. 

Nine Sail in sight — Ball at Yard Arm ; Yellow Pennant midway be- 
tween yard and paiapet of Block House. 

Ten Sail in Sight — Both Yellow Pennant and Ball close up to yard, 
the Ball above Pennant. 

A P>hie Pennant at the mast-head denotes a Barque. 

A Blue-White-Red Pennant at the mast-head denotes a Barquantiue. 

A Bed Pennant at the mast-head denotes a Brig. 

A White-Red Pennant at the mast-head denotes a Brigantine. 

A White-Blue Ptnnai.t at the mast-head denotes a Topsail Schooner. 

A White Pennant at the mast-head denotes a Schooner. 

A St. George's Cioss at the mast-head of the Staff denotes a steamer 
in sight from Block House ; but, when it is hoisted on the Southern 
pole it denotes that the .--teamer is in sight from Cape Spear. A St. George's 
Cross at the ma.st-heail and a Viall at the end of the yard South, denotes 
a steamer South. When the ball is at the end of the yard North it deno- 
tes a steamer North. 

When any National Flag is hoisted above the St. George's Cross, it 
denote.^ that a Man-of-War Steamer, belonging to the nation indicated by 
flag, is in sight. 

When a Merchant's House-flag is hoiste<l on the south yard it denotes 
that a vessel belonging to said merchant is south ; and, when hoisted oa 
the north, it shows that said vessel is north. 

When a Square White Flag with a Red Ball in the centre is hoisted 
it denotes that a Steam-tug is lequired. 

The International Code of Signals is also in use at the Block House, 
and the recognized House Signals of the different merchants. 
T 



202 Harbor Master. — Port Charges — Quarantine Officer. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD,, Agents for Law, Union 



Harbor Master and Harbor Dues, St, John's. 

OFFICE : customs' building. 
Office Hours . . . . . . 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Harhcyr Master — Capt. E. Engli-sh. | Boatnia7i — Thomas Dewling. 
Port Charges on Foreign going Shipping, St. John's, Nfld. 

Light Dues. 

Payable once iti every cslenilar year (but not ottener than once in 
three months), viz.: — 

24 cents per ton, up to and imluilin^' .')()0 tuns. 

12 cents per ton additional on evei y ton over .')00 tons up to and in- 
cluding lOOU tons. 

5 cents per ton additional on every t<in ci\er l,0(tO tons up to and in- 
cluding 2,000 ton.s. 

Not more than $240 in any one calendar year, or oftener than once 
in three months. 

Vessels arriving for repairs, coal or Mijiplies, pay one-half of above 
rates. 

The foregoing applies to merchant vessels. 

Labrador, Bank and Coast fishing vessels and coasters pay no dues 
■whilst engaged in those fisheries or trade Should any such vessel proceed 
on any other than a fishing voyage, to any place outside the colony, such 
A-eesel shall be liable to pay once in each calendar year but not oftener 
than once in three months), the rate of six cents per 'ton. 

Water Dues. 
5 cents per register ton, not to exceed $20. Payable once a year. 

Harbor Master's Does. 
With the exception of ships of war, coasters and Newfoundland fish- 
ing craft, all vessels entering the port of St. John's pay to the Customs 
Depaitment Harbir Dues at the following rates, viz. : — ' 

Vessels 60 to 100 tons register . . $2 GO 

,' 100 to 200 " 
" 200 to 300 
" 300 to 400 " 

400 to 500 " and upwards . ' 

Payable once between January 1st and 30th June, and once between 
Ist July and 3l9t December. 

Quarantine Officer, St. John's. 

Dr. Alex. Campbell. 

Office: Light House Building. 

JS'xamtner-Mi-C/ite/— Captain E. English. 
Assistant Examiner — Captain J. Wilson. 
Instructor of Masters and Mates— F. J. Doyle. 
Fupil Teacher, Masters and Mates— A. E. Coffin. 



3 00 

4 00 

5 (X) 
00 



Examination Masters and Mates. 203 

and Rock Fire Insurance Co. of London, England. 



Examination of Masters and Mates. 

Examinations will begin on Wednesday of each week, providing that 
the candidate produce the requisite certificate of character and time, and 
passes the color test. 

Application must be made to the Examiner on Form Exn. 2, and all 
previous certificates and testimonials deposited at least two days previous 
ia the examination. Testimonials of character and sobriety must be pro- 
duced for twelve months immediately preceding the application. 

All services must be verified by a certificate of discharge. 

An Only Mate must not be less than nineteen years of age, and must 
iave served five years at sea. 

A First Mate must not be less than nineteen years of age, and must 
have served five years at sea, of which one year must have been as Second 
-or Only Mate. [From 1st January, 1896, tlie Officers' Service must have 
been performed with the requisite certificate]. 

A Master must not be less than twenty-one years of age, and he must 
have served six years at sea, of which one year must have been in the 
capacity not lower than Only Mate of a foreign-going vessel whilst hold- 
ing a certificate not lower than an Only Mate's certificate for foreign- 
going vessels, and, unle.ss this service as officer was performed whilst hold- 
ing a First Mate's certificate for foreign-going vessels. He will also be 
/required to prove the officer's service prescribed for that grade. 

Fees. 

For a Certificate as Mate .. ... . . $ 5 00 

For a Certificate as Mastei . . . . . . 10 00 

For a Certificate for Colors .. ... ... 20 

These fees admit of two examinations. After the sevond examination 
another fee will be required. 

Candidates for Only and First Mates' Certificates must complete the 
whole of their examination in Navigation in twelve hours, including the 
time allowed for the papers on cyclone or i evolving storms, and for the 
•correction of all errors and oversights ; but the Nautical problems up to 
and including (K) of the Syllabus prescribed fur Only and First Mate 
must be completed within six hours and without the candidate leaving 
the pieniises during that period. 

Candidates for Masters Certificates must complete the whole of their 
-examination in Navigation in fifteen hours, including the time allowed for 
the papers on the Chart, the Compass deviation, Cyclones, or revolving 
storms, and for the correction of all errors and oversights ; but the prob- 
lems up to and including (K) of the Syllabus prescribed for Only and 
First Mate must be completed within six hours and without the candidate 
leaving the premises during that period. 

The examination commences punctually at l'> a. m., and closes at, 
4 p. m., when all papers will be called up, and if not completed the can- 
didate will be declared to have failed. 



204 Light Houses. — Fort-aujc-Basqves Buoys. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 

In all cases of failme the candidate will be examined de novo. 

If he fails in Seamanship, he will not be examined for six months. 

If he fails three times in Navigation, he will not be re-examined for 
three months. 

For further information as to time, place, and objects of examination,^ 
candidates should apply to the Examiner-in-C"iief. 

Roles. 

No books, papers or memoianda are allowed in the Examination room. 

In the event of any candidate being discovered copying from another 
or referring to any book or memoranda, he will not be examined for six 
months. 

Navigation is taught at Oarbonear, Harbor Grace, Bay Roberts, and 
St. John's. 

LIGHT HOUSES. 
Office : Queen's Whakf. Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 3 pm. 
Inspector of Lighthouses— H. White. 
M'xhanician — T. Cornick. 
Secretary — W. Rogerson. 

Newfoundland Light Dues [included in Port Charges, see page 202]. 

Payable ouce in every calendar year (but not oftener than once m 
three months), viz.: — 

24 cents per ton, up to and including 500 tons. 

12 cents per ton additional on every ton over 500 tons ui. to and in- 
cluding 1,000 tons. 

6 cents per ton additional on every ton over 1,000 tons uii to and in- 
cluding 2,000 tons. ■ ' 

Not moie than ^240 in ,'iny one calendar year, or oftener than once 
in thiee months. 

Vessels an iving for repairs, coal or supplies, pav one-half of above 
rates. 

Tlie foregoing applies to nieichaut vessels. 

Labrador, Bank and Coast fi.-hmg vessels and coasters pav no dues 
whilst engaged in those fisheries or tiade. Should anv such vessel proceed 
on any other than a fishing voyage, to any plate ..utsi.le the colony, such 
vessel shall be liable to pay ouce in each calenda, vear (but not oftener 
than once in three months), the rate of six cents j.ei 'ton. 

Port-aux- Basques Buoys have been placed in the following positions : 

Western Baldwin Eock-A Spar Buoy, painted black, (surmounted by a 
cone.) Moored in 3i iathoms. 

Eastern Baldwin— A Spar Buoy, painted red. Moored in U fathoms. 
Shoal lying between the Eastern Baldwin and Road Island-A SparBuov 
(painted «lnte surmounted by an X). Moored in 3| fathoms. 



St. Pierre Lights- 205 



Bell Organs — Canada's Best. 



ST. PIERRE LIGHTS. 

A Revolving Light on Galantiy Head, giving white flash, lasting 8 4-10 
seconds, followed after an interval of 9 6-10 seconds by a second white 
flash, lasting 8 4-10 seconds, then, after an interval of 12 6-10 seconds, by 
a red flash, lasting 8 4-10 seconds, another interval of 12 8-10 seconds, fol- 
lowed by the first white flash. Height, 210 feet above the level of the 
sea. Distance visible, 18 miles. Tlie light is hidden at the northward 
by the high land of St. Pierre. Latitude 46° 45' 4.3" N. ; Longitude 
56° 9' 52" W. Tower square, 36 feet high, painted white. 

The South Channel entrance to St. Pierre harbor is marked by two 
email fixed lights. One is white, illuminating three-fourths of the horizon ; 
it is placed on the rocks at Pointe aux Canons. The other is red, and is 
placed on the plain at the north of the town. The White light is 36 feet 
above the sea level, and is visible six miles. The Red light is 56 feet 
above the sea level, and is visible three miles. The line connecting 
these two lights marks the middle channel. The Red light is so placed 
that as soon as it is seen on the left of Cape Aigle, vessels coming from 
Columbier, in beating into the N. E. entrance, will be clear of the Cape 
Rodrigue Shoals. 

Pointe a Leconte Light, situate on the west* point of the Island of 
Dogs, 62 feet above the level of the sea, visible 7 miles. The light shows 
white between the bearings (from the tower) of S. E. | S. and S. ^ W. 
This white sector of the light marks the South-east passage, so as to per- 
mit vessels which keep within this cone to avoid the Bataille shoal on the 
right and Cape Noir and Bertrand Rocks on the left. It shows red from 
S. W. ^ W., westward, to N. W. h W., and should be avoided by vessels 
entering by the S. E. passage. It will enable them when they have quit- 
ted the white cone to come to anchor in the Roadstead or in the Barachois 
by following the line of white light from Pointe aux Canons and of the 
Ted light from the interior of the town. 

Poi7it Plate (Langlade) Light; 1st order dioptric, visible twenty miles. 
■Latitude 46" 48' 54" N. ; Longitude 56" 24' 10" W. Light Tower painted 
■in black and white bands alternately. 

Gape Blanc (Miquelon) Light ; revolving ; showing 10 seconds in each 
■minute ; visible 16 miles. Shows white from North through W. to S. W., 
covering the Seal Rocks with a red sector of light. It also lights the en- 
trance to Miquelon Roads, showing 230 yards north of the Chatte Shcals, 
which are thus left in darkness. The lighthouse is painted in alternate 
horizontal bands, black and white, Lat. 47" 05' 57'^ N.; long. 56° 24' 10" "" 

French Fog Signals at St. Pierre and Miquelon 

Fog Whistle, Gallantry Head, St. Pierre Island. Sound, 6 seconds ; 
■yilent, 54 seconds. 

Siren Trumpet, Plate Point, Langlade. Blast, 4 seconds ; Silent, 
-4 seconds ; Blast, 4 seconds ; Silent 48 seconds. 



206 



Ntivfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Hoellingr 



Name of 
Place. 




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Description of Light. -^iJ 

"Sea 
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JJCQ 


13 


Gull Island 49 fiO 54 
(Cape John) 

1 


55 21 33 


1884 


IFt. 
Intermittent White, 4th order 525 
dioptric, making one complete 
revolution in one minute, ap- 
pearing about 11 seconds light 
and 9 seconds dark. 


M. 
26 


1 
Nipper's Harbor 
Lsland, 
N. D. Bay. 


4i) 47 00 


55 49 00 


1901 


Fixed Red, 4th order. Shows 
white on compass bearin 
tween S. E. by S. to S, \V. by 
S. : red from other directions. 

Visibility, 12 miles. 

* 


111 


12 


Little Ba> IsI'd. 


49 88 20 


55 46 00 

ft 


1908 


Occulting "SV'hite, showing alter- 
nately equal periods of 2^ se- 
conds light, and 2^ seconds 
dark. The light is dioptric, 
of the 6th order. 


<7i 


10' 


Southern end of 

Long Island, 

N. D. Bay. 


49 36 00 


55 34 00 


1904 


Fixed White, 4th order dioptric. 


103J 


15- 


Leading Tickles, 
N. D. Bay. 


49 30 30 


55 24 30 


1908 


Occulting White, showing alter- 
nately 7 seconds light, and 
3 seconds dark. The light is 
dioptric, of the 6th order. 


83 


10 


Fortune Harbor, 
N. D. Bay. 


49 32 10 


55 14 00 


1908 


Fixed '\^^lite, dioptric, of the 
6th order. 


114 


11' 


Surgeon's Cove 

Head, 
Bay of Exploits 

Black Island. 


49 31 20 
49 24 55 


55 06 40 
55 07 40 


1911 
1911 


Incandescent Petroleum Vapour 
light, giving a triple flash every 
15 sees., thus : Flash .437 sec, 
eclipse, 2. 562 sec. ; flash .437 
sec, eclipse 2.562 sec. ; flash 
.437 sec, eclipse 8.562 sec. 

Fixed White, 5th order Dioptric 


242 
55 


20' 
6i 



Newfoundland Lights. 



207 



and Spangenburg Medium-priced Pianos. 



tj 



3 



Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building, 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



a 
360 



All 
Seaward 



2 wick 
Concentric 



2 wick 
Trinity 



2 wick 
Trinity 



T. Lindberg 



Iron Tower on apex of island, 
painted red and white ver- 
tically, four stripes of eacbiGeo. Ridout. 
colour; keeper'shouse paint- 
ed white, 112 feet distant, 
W. by N. 



Square Wood Tower, white 
with one r e d horizontal 
band around centre. A 
small square wood house 
attached to N. E. side, 
painted white. 

The tower is 18 ft. high from 
base to top of lantern. A 
dwelling house and store 
are erected at a short dis- 
tance from the tower. The 
tower is ])ainted black and 
white vertical stripes. — 
Buildings, painted white 

Iron tower, 2-story mansard 
roof dwellings; all white. 



The tower is 18 ft. high from 
base to top of lantern. A 
dwelling house and store 
are erected at a short dis- 
tance West of the tower. 
Tower is painted red and 
white horizontal bands, two 
of each. Buildings white. 

The tower is 18 ft. high from 
base to top of lantern. A 
dwelling house and store 
are erected at a short dis- 
tance from the rear of the 
tower. Buildings and tower 
are painted white. 

House and circular iron tower 
are painted in alternate 
vertical stripes, red and 
white ; lantern and dome, 
white. 

Circular iron tower, painted 
red; dwelling attached, 
white. Small store on ea st- 
ern side of dwelling, paint- 
ed red. 



T, Starks. 



Edw. Paddick 



Ttmplc Short. 



O. M. Butler. 



M. Carrol. 



H. Lacej'. 



Walter Stride. 



W. Winsor. 



208 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 



N»m8 of 
Place. 






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Description of Lifbt. 



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Cabbage Harbor 
Head. 



Oiasbey Island. 

Lower Sandv 
Point. 

Mill Point, 
Botwood. 

Exploits Harbor 



St. Michael's 
Head (S. side of 

entrance to 
Burnt Bay, Bay 

of Exploits). " 

Long Point 
(Toulinguet). 



Wharf Light 
{Toulinguet). 



Herring Neck 



49 19 55 



14 40 
11 20 



49 09 00 



Bacalhao 



49 17 00 



49 41 00 



49 39:40 



49 39 00 



49 41 30 



55 11 45 1911 



55 13 40,1910 

I 
55 17 30 1910 



55 20 00 1913 



1907 



I 



Occulting White, showing alter- 
nate periods of 6J sees, light 
and 1^ sees. dark. 



Fixed White, 8th order Dioptric 
Fixed Red, 8th order Dioptric 



Fixed Green, 8th order Dioptric 



Three Spar Buoys moored to 
show the deep water channel 
Entering the harbor keep the 
red buoy on the starboard 
hand, and two black ones on 
the port hand. 
54 58 00il904'Fixed White lens lantern light. 



54 49 00 



54 45 50 



1876 



1885 



54 35 00 1909 



Revolsing White, catoptric, at- 
tains greatest brillancjr every 
thirty seconds. 



Fixed red light, shown from an 
octagonal wood tower on outer 
end of Public wharf. Paint- 
ed red and white horizontal 
bands, two of each. Light ex- 
hibited during period of open 
navigation annually. 

Fixed White, dioptric of the 6th 
order. 



54 as 081894 Occulting White : IJ seconds 
light and dark. 



Ft. 
114 



331 



93f 



357 



M. 

14 



ia 



13 



21 



Newfoundland Lights. 



209 



Brinsmead — England's Premier Piano. 



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a 



Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



AsBiBtant 
Keeper. 



All 

iSeaward 



Argand 



Argand 
Argand 



8 Argand 
Burners 



Dwelling house is attached to 
circular iron tower by short 
covered passage way, all 
painted white. Small store 
on cliff about 30 feet below 
the lighthouse, painted red. 

Octogonal wood tower and 
lantern, all painted white. 

Octagonal wood tower and 
lantern, all painted red. 

Octogonal wood tower and 
lantern, painted white. 



H. Hutchings, 

J. Jones. 
A. Manuel. 



All 
■Seiward 



do. 



If in. 
Burners 



An open wood frame, painted 
white. The light will be 
kept in operation during 
open navigation. 



Light tower, painted red, 
square on lower part, chang 
ing to octagon, and finished 
by a circular drum, gallerj* 
and lantern ; keeper's house 
square ; sides white, roof red 
distance 25 feet from tower. 



Tower 18 feet high from base 
to top of lantern. Dwelling 
house and store erected at a H, Mills. 
short distance westerly from 
tower. Tower and buildings 
painted white. 

Circular Iron Tower, painted 
spirally red and white alter- g^ Hussey. 
nately ; keeper s dwelling •' 

partly visible, distance 75 ft. 
N. E. J E. from tower 



Ezek. Budden 



R. S. Roberts. 



J. Hodder. 



J. H. Presto* 



210 



Newfoxnidland Lights 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 



Name of 
Place, 





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Description of Light. 



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Rag's Island, 
Fogo Island. 



Change Island, 

South end 
Stag Hr. Run. 

Stag Harbor 

Tickle (oft 
South Point). 



Stag Har. Rnn, 



Burnt Point, 

Seldom-Come- 

By. 



Cann Island, 
Seldom-Come- 

By. 

Brooke's Point 

and Joe Bait's 

Arm (I mile 

E.S.E. from 

J. B. Point). 

Tilton Harbor.. 



49 43 40 



49 34 30 



49 33 30 



54 15 30 



54 24 10 



1912jFixed White 'light, Cth order 
: dioptric, enclosed in a circu 
lar iron tower. 



1901iFixed Red, visible in Stag Har 
bor Run, except where obscur- 
ed by projecting land. 



54 10 50 1905 



49 36 00 54 09 00 



49 25 05 



49 45 30 



49 42 30 



54 10 35 



54 09 00 



54 03 30 



Spar Buoy, AVhite, moored in 3 
fathoms, indicates position of 
Stag Rock off the south point 
Stag Harbor Tickle. Remov- 
ed on approach of ice. 

1908 An Iron Nun Buoy, moored on 
the southern side, painted red; 
and two on the northern side, 
painted black. The passage, 
between carries the greatest; 
depth of water. Removed not 
later than .Jan. 1 in each year. 

Fog Alarm : Sounded during 
thick or foggy weather, giv- 
ing blasts of 6 seconds in ever}- 
minute thus: — blast, 6 sees.; 
silent, 54 sees. ; blast. 6 sees.;, 
silent 54 iecs Fixed Red light] 
on roof of fog alarm build- 
ing. Fog alarm and light arei 
operated from opening of na- 
vigation in spring tillclose in 
December. 

Filed White, 4th order dioptric 



1905 



1874 



1905 



1902 



Occulting White, 4th order di- 
optric, alternately 7 seconds 
light and 3 seconds dark. 



Fixed Red. In operation each 
year from June 1 to Dec. 15. 
Visible in all directions sea- 
ward, except in line with Pi- 
geon Island. This light has 
been established for the small 
craft which visit Tilton Har- 
bor during the fishing season. 



Ft. I M. 

82' i 



43 



25 



80 



97i 



W 



16 



Newfoundland Lights. 



211 



Tubular and Pneumatic Pipe Organs. 



1 


Kind of 
Lamp. 


Description of Building. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 






A small, flat-roofed building, 
painted white, connected to 
tower by short passage-way. 

Closed during winter months. 

Square pyramidal tower, 
painted white. Dwelling 
connected by covered pas- 
sageway. 


M. Waterman. 
Thos. Elliott. 






2 wick 
Trinity 








N.B. — Mariners are warned of 
of the possibility of these 
buoys going adrift or shift- 
ing positions. 

Three one-story flat - roofed 
structures ; Fog Alarm build- 
ing, keeper's dwelling, and 
store-house. Painted white ; 
black band horizontal 
around each building. 

Buildings wood. Light tower 
rising from gable of house, 
sioes painted white, roof red. 

Wood Tower, square, sloping 
sides ; a flat-roofed one-story 
dwelling and store on sou- 
thern side of tower. Dwel- 
ling and tower painted white. 

Shown from a square sided 
tower painted white. 






All 




Alf. Randell. 

Enos Penney. 

N&th. Brett. 
P. Broaders. 




Seaward 

270° 
215° 


Chance's 
Capillary. 

Do. 








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_212 



Newfoundland Lightt. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. Specifications 



Name of 
Place. 





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DeBcription of Light. 



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Peckford'i 
Island. 



49 31 40 



■Offer "Wadhsm 
Island. 



Muddy Hole, 

Musgravetown. 

(Leading Light). 



Penguin Island 
(9 miles S.W. 

mag. from Offer 

Wadham 

Island light). 



Cabot Island, 
Bonayista Bay. 



Puffin Island, 
Greenspond. 



IShoe Cove Point, 

near 

Greenspond. 



Little Denier 
Island. 



49 35 36 



49 27 00 



49 26 55 



•lu 



53 50 



53 45 12 



53 56 40 



53 48 00 



1910 Occulting Red light, 4th order 
dioptric, alternately 2^ sees, 
light and dark. 



Ft. 
51J 



1858, Revolving "White, 4th order di- 
optric of 6 sides, flashes white 
everj- 30 seconds. 



1911 



1890 



49 10 26 53 21 21 1880 



49 03 37 



53 32 37 



49 02 00 53 35 00 
Approx 



48 41 05 53 34 40 



1873 



1912 



1888 



Fixed Red lantern lights 



Fixed White, 4th order dioptric 



Intermittent White, 4th order 
dioptric, appearing about 11 
seconds light and 9 seconds 
dark. 



Occulting White light, 4th order 
dioptric, alternately 2J sees, 
light and dark ; visible in all 
directions seaward when not 
obscured by intervening coast. 

A Fixed Red. 4th order dioptric, 
exhibited from a Circular Iron 
Tower. 



Revolving White, to give single 
flashes at intervals of thirty 
seconds. 



100; 



62 



74 



88 



298 



Newfoundland Lights. 



213- 



and Estimates for Church Organs given. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of liuiidiiig. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



360 



360 



360 



270 



2 wick 
Concentric. 



do. 



360 



do. 



2 wick 
Concentric. 



Argand. 



Wood Octagonal Tower, slop- 
ing sides, on S. W. point of 
Peckford Island ; tower is 
33 feet high from base to 
to top of latern, painted 
black and white vertically; 
drum and lantern white. 
Dwelling-house and store 
North of tower jiainted 
white. 

Round Red Tower, dome stri- 
ped red and white vertically ;; 
keeper's dwelling painted Wm. Pomeroy 
white, roof rod (wood), .30 ft. 
from Tower. 

Two hoisting frames, painted 
red; the front one is on the 
Government wharf, the rear C. Whiteway. 
one on Musgrave ridge, 400j 
yards distant. 

Circular Iron Tower and keep- 
er's dwelling (wood) ; house 
and tower painted red and Esau Gilling- 
white alternntely, in verticar ham. 
stripes ; house attached to 
tower on its eastern side. 

Iron Light Tower in centre of 
square wooden building ; roof jiVank 
flat ; sides banded horizon-: Andrews. 
tally, red and white alter-' 

natel}'. \ 

I 

Buildings granite roofed withj 
slate ; Light Tower at one J. Butler. 
corner. 



The tower is 18 feet from base 
to top of lantern. A dwel- 
ling house and store are|E- Carter, 
erected in rear of tower ;i 
all are painted white. I 

Iron Light Tower ; keeper's! 
dwelling (wood) 17 ft. tJins.' 
apart; house and t o w e r Hy. Squires, 
painted red and white alter- 
nately, in vertical s tripes. | 



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Place. 





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King's Cove 
Head. 



Squarrey Island 
(entrance to 
Bonavista). 

Capo Bonavista 



Melrose, Trinitj' 

Bay. 
(Leading Light). 

Green Island, 
Catalina.. 



48 34 32 53 18 50 1893 



48 39 00 53 07 40 



48 42 01 



53 04 .35 



48 29 00 



48 30 15 



Fort Point, 
Trinitv. 



Fort Point 
Fog Alarm. 



Ragged Island, 

Smith's Sound, 

Trinity Bay. 



48 22 00 
(approx) 



I Ft. 

Occultinf; AVhite ; 1^ seconds|l76i 

light and dark, alternately. 



1905 Fixed Red, (Jth order dioptric; 
not constantlv watched. 



M. 

14 



57 



1843 Revolving catoptric (G Argand'1.50 
burners and retlectors), show- 
ing two whUc flashes followed 
by one rtd flash; each attain- 
ing its greatest brilliancy every 
thirty seconds. 

53 05 00^1911 Two Fixed White lantern lights 
shown in line. 



53 02 20 1857 Fixed White, 4th order dioptric, 
visible W.S.W. to N.E. 



Diaphone Fog Alarm, installed 
1909, will give one blast during 
thick or foggj- weather of five 
seconds in every 95 sees., thus: 
Blast, 5 sees., silent, 90 sees.; 
blast, 5 sees., silent, 90 secg. 

53 21 00 1908'Occulting White, to give equal 
alternate periods of 5 seconds 
light and 5 seconds dark. 



92 



15 



11 



76 



48 22 00 53 21 00 1910 



48 14 30 53 27 06 1910 



Diaphone Fog Alarm, sounded 
by air compressed l)y oil en- 
gines erected on Fort Point, 
Trinity, giving blasts during 
thick or foggy weather as fol- 
lows :— Blasti 3 sees., silent, 
10 sees., blast, 3 sees., silent, 
94 seconds. 

Fixed Red, 4th order dioptric ... 



118 



10 



14 



Newfoioidland Lights. 



215 



•Gramaphones from $15.00 upwards. 



.2 2 



Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Asiiistant 
Keeper. 



All ' 
Seaward 



Do. 



If Burner 



Do. 6 Argands. 



202i 



320 



1 2 wick 
Concentric 



1 Argand 



360 



Capillary 



Iron Light Tower, painted i 

white ; a wood store and keep- ] 

er's dwelling, visible N.N. E., P. Batterton. ' 
painted white, roof black, 
88 feet from Tower. \ 

Square pyramidal wood tow- i 

er, with octagonal drum and Thos. Abbott, 
lantern ; painted white. 

Square W o o d Lighthouse, 
painted red and white in al- Fred. White. John Mifflen 
ternate vertical stripes ; lan-i 
tern in centre of roof. i 



Two hoisting frames, paiutedP. Doodey 
white. 



Wooden House, painted 
white, from centre of which 
rises the lantern, dome of 
which is striped red and 
white vertical Ij'. 

Flat-roofed, white, square 
engine house, 75 feet East 
erly from Lighthouse. 



Wooden Tower, painted white 



T. Edgecombe 



John Houi« 



A. Rowe 



A Square flat roofed building 
Southwardly of Lighthouse, 
a small Store is erected on W. Connolh 
the Northern side of Fog 
Alarm : both buildings are 
painted white 



Arch. Rower 



Iron Tower, painted red and 
white in horizontal bauds, 
two of each; drum and lan- 
tern white. Dwelling con- -J. 
nected to tower by covered, 
passage way, all paintedi 
white. ' 



Toop 



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Place. 





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Random Head, 
Trinity Bay. 



Heart's Content 



48 05 30 



47 53110 



53 23 20 1901 Fixed Red 



Hant'g Harbor, 
'Trinity Bay. 

Old Perlican 
Island. 



48 01 07 



5333 00 1895 Occulting White, 6th order di- 
optric ; alternate light and 
dark every 2 seconds. 



iFt. 
126 



53 15 07 



48 05 00 53 01 00 
Approx. 



1881 



1910 



Baccalieu Island 



Baccalieu Island 
Fog I Alarm, 
S. W. Point, 



Western Bay 
Point, Concep- 
tion Bay. 



48 08 58 



48 06 20 



47 53 10 



M. 
13 



Fixed (White, Cth order dioptric 



83i 



65 



Occulting White light, 4th order 126:J 
dioptric, with alternate equal 
periods of 2^ seconds light 
and dark. 



12 



52 47 32 1859 Catoptric revolving white light, 
showing a flash every 20 sees. 



Note.— The light is often ob- 
scured by fog when the lower 
part of the island is clear. 



52 48 10 1905 Diaphone Fog Alarm, sounded 
during thick or foggy weather, 
blast 5 seconds, silent 55 se- 
conds. In operation annually 
from opening of navigation to 
close. 
1912 Occulting White light, 6th orde r, 
showing 7 sees, light, 3 sees, 
dark, alternately 

Fog Alarm: Gun-cotton explo- 
sive; a4-oz. cartridge exploded 
every 15 minutes. A ship's 
signal at sea answered by two 
explosions in quick succes- 
sion. In ope-ration during 
Navigation only 



443 



16 



34 



53 03 20 



Newfoundland Lights. 



217 



Records from 65cts., double-sided ; large stocks. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building- 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



Do. 



Do. 



360 



All 
Seaward 



IJ Burner. 



2 wick 
Trinity. 



Duplex 



6 Argand 
Burners 



Duplex 



Circular Iron Tower, painted 
in clieckers red and white. 
Keeper's dwelling 12 feet N. 
of tower; stores at northern 
end of house, 15 feet distant 
— sides white, roofs red. 

Circular Iron Tower, painted 
red and wliite spirally ; a 
small dwelling is connected 
to the southern side of the 
tower by a covered passage 
way; house and covered way 
painted white, roofs black. 

Octagonal Tower, painted 
white, small store at rear. 

Octagonal Tower (wood) with 
sloping sides, painted red 
and white vertically; drum 
and lantern white. A flat 
roofed dwelling house at 
S. E. angle of, and a store 
a short distance southward 
from tower, painted white. 
Round Red Tower. Keeper's 
dwelling connected to tower 
by covered passagewa}- Sq. 
white building with red roof. 
Buildings situate on north'n 
point of island. The south'n 
end of island obscures the 
light for 8 miles when bear- 
ing N.X.E. i E. 
The station comprises: 

1. Store House; 2. The 
Alarm House; 3. Keeper's 
wood dwelling; all painted 
white and black vertical 
stripes 
The station comprises: 

1. Signal Cabin, painted 
white ; 2. Charging house, 
slate covered ; 3. An octa- 
gonal wood tower with slop- 
ing sides, painted red and 
white horizontal bands, two 
of each colour, first red band 
next to ghller}', drum and 
lantern white ; 4. A keeper's 
wooden dwelling, painted 
white, roof black; 5. A brick 
magazine, painted red. 



Hy. Coope 



Robt. Piercey 
W. Soper 

S. Cram 



Frank Ryan 



D. Blundon, 

EnglB«»r 



Edmund Butt 



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Place. 



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Carbonear Isl'd. 



<'ai'bonear Wh'rf 



Harbor Grace 
I«Uiid 



Harbor Grace 
Har. Light 



47 44 24 



Green Point, 
Bay Robert!. 



47 42 45 



53 09 22|l878iFixed White, 8th order dioptric 



]9H;Kixed Keel Klectric'light on head, 
of public wharf indicate* its 
position. 



53 08 llil83(; Occulting White. Equal periods 
of light and darkn«ig, of two 
tecondi. 



Ft. 
165 



47 41 29 53 12 3311850 



47 S6 40 53 10 151883 



151 



Brigus, North 
Head 



Salmon Cort 
Point 



Cape St, Francis 



47 32 54 53 10 35 1885 



47 27 50 53 OS 40 1938 Occulting White, 6th order diop- 
tric, showing 7 seconds light 
and 3 seconds dark ; in opera- 
tion during open navigation. 

47 48 30'52 46 5o|l887 Fixed White, 4th order dioptric. 

Fog Alarm : — Diaphone Fog 
Alarm, giving iilasts of 2^ secs.j 
in everv 60 seconds, thus : — ' 
blast, 2j sees.; silent, 67^ sees.; 
blast, 2?; sees.; silent, 57isecs. 
The mouth of the trumpet is 
in a line with the Brandies 
R cks bearing E. by S. from 
engine House. 



40 



104 



123 



M. 

12 



15 



7i 



56 8i 



Fixed Red, 6th •rder dioptric 



Fixed White, 6th order dioptric 
Immediately beneath the prin 
cipal white light Ib a projecting 
lantern, in which three lampa 
are placed; the two outer ones 
will show white, and centre 
one in line with the Southern 
rocks N. E. \ E. (mag.) from 
the tower, will show red. 



Fixed^Red, 6th order dioptric ... 113 ' 12 



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Newfoundland Lights. 



219 



New York Underwriters Agency. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 


iDescription of Building. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 


.360" 


1 Argand 


Buildings wood; light tower 
rising from the gable of the 
house, vertical parts white, 
roof red. 


Hy. Forward 




.360° 




Square Wood House, unoccu- 
pied (sides painted white, 
roof red), from the centre 
of which rises the lantern. 
Keeper's dwelling westward 
of light tower. 


T. Sheppard. 












Duplex 


Hexagonal wood Tower, 
painted white. 


M. Martin. 








All 
rS eaward 


1 Argand. 


Round Iron Tower, painted 
with two red and three white 
horizontal bands. Store in 
the rear painted white. 


Rd. Lear. 




do. 


do. 


Round Iron Tower, painted 
red and white vertical stripes 
(3 of each); house also paint- 
ed red and white vertical 
stripes. 


S. S. Wilcoi. 




do. 


Capillary 


Tower and flat-roofed dwel- 
ling ; all painted white. 


Wm. Kennedy 




.do. 


2 wick 
Concentric 


Buildings of Wood, painted 
white, roof fiat. On the 
higher roof is the lantern 
elevated above it on a square 
block. Tne lower building 
is the fog alarm house. 


W. Noseworthy 
(Engineer) 


A. Nose- 
worthy. 



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Place. 





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Description of Light. 



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Fort Amherst 

(eatrance to St. 

John's). 



St. John's Nar- 
rows, Cahill's 
Rock, Pancake 
Shoal and Ruby 
Rock. 



St. John's— 

(1) Leading 

Lights. 



St. John's — 

(2) Leading 

Lights 



47 33 47 52 40 20 1813 



Cape Spear 



1905 



47 31 11 



62 36 69 



Occulting White, equal alter- 
nate periods of 2h seconds 
light and dark. 

Diaphone Fog Alarm : — During 
thick or foggy weather, day and 
night, this diaphone will give : 
blast 2i sees., silent 10 sees. ; 
blast 2| sees., silent 55 sees. 

N.B. — Cape Spear Fog Alarm is 
3J miles distant from Forti 
Amherst, sounds blast 4secs.,j 
silence 90 seconds. | 

Spar Buoy, painted black, show-l. 
ing position of Cahill's Rock :! 
Spar Buoy, painted black; to 
indicate position of Pancake 
Shoal. Spar Buoy painted 
red, to indicate position of 
Rub}" Rock, near Chain Rock, 
on northern side of Narrows. ] 

Catoptric Red. Keeping the', 
lights or day marks, composed, 
of three heart shapes, painted 
white, on the lower light, and 
the spire of the Congregational 
Church in line, will clear alli 
danger. ' 



Ft. 
134A 



M. 
12 



Catoptric Red .... 



1835 



1910 



79i 



Incandescent Vapour light, gives a 264 
trljile Bash every 15 second.s. thus:; 
Flash .437 sec, eclipse 2.562 sec. ;' 
flash .437 sec, eclipse 2..'i62 sec. ; 
flash .437 sec, eclipse 8.562 sec. | 

Diaphone Fog Alarm: New flat-roofedl 
square building 140 yds S.S.W. from! 
point of Cape, sounded in thiclv or 
'ogo'y weather for 4 sees, iii e^'ery 
no sees, thus: blast, 4 sees.; silent, 
86 sees; blast, 4 sees; silent, Sijsecs, 
Chimney of old building wlil remain 
as an aid to mariners. 



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221 



Supplies, Chains. Anchors, Lines and Twines. 



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Kind of 
Lamp, 


Description of Building. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 


Seaward 


2 wick 


Stone sides, whitewashed ; 






between 


Concentric 


roof red ; lantern on roof. 


A. Sheppard. 




W. S. W. 




An engine house, painted 






and 




white, has been ac ded to 






N.N.E. 




the station. 

Buoys will be removed with- 
out further notice when ice 


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is on the coast. 










Upper Light, shown from 
the tower of the Congrega- 
tional Church. The spire of 
















this tower forms a Day Mark 
which will be readily seen 


John Cleary 








just clear of the eastern side 










of the square tower of the 










Catholic Cathedral. 










Lower Light. -The structure 
carrying the Lower Light 
















and Day Marks, three Heart 










shapes, all painted white, is 
erected on a red brick build- 


John Cleary 








ing, distant 301 feet from the 










end of the Eastern pier of 










the King's wharf. 






AH 


7 Argand 


House White, roof banded 


J. Cantwell, 


W. Cantwell 


Seaward 


Burners 


red and white horizontally; 
the lantern rises from centre. 

Square, flat-roofed store built 
in rear of engine house, 12 ft. 
distant. Engine house and 
store painted with one red 
band in centre and a white 
band above and below. 


keeper and 
engineer! 


assistant 
J. Murphy, 
2nd assist. 



222 



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PUce. 





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Bay Bulls, 
Northern Head 



Ferryland Head 



Powell'e H?iid, 
(entrance to 
Trepassey) 



Cape Pine. 



47 18 30 



47 00 58 



52 44 30 



1908 



52 51 07 18n 



40 41 20 53 24 00 



Point La Haye, 
St. Mary's Bay. 



Cape St. Mary's. 



46 37 04 



46 54 20 



46 49 34 



1902 



190; 



53 31 45 1851 



Cylindrical iron light tower, 4th 
order dioptric white light, 7 
seconds light, 3 seconds dark. 



Fixed White, 3rd order dioptric. 



1013 



53 36 40 



54 11 43 



1883 



1860 



Occulting White; 5th order 
showing alternately light and 
darkness of one second. 



Fog Alarm : — A Diaphone will 
give blasts of 4 sees, duration, 
separated by silent period of 
86 sees; thus: Blast, 4 sees, ; 
silent, 86 secg. 



Fixed White, Catoptric. The 314 
intervening land being low 
the light can be seen over it 
from St, Mary's Bay. 



Ft. 
205 



200 



M. 

17 



16 



Fixed White, 6th order dioptric 



62 



Revolving, Cato-Dioptric, first 390 
order, showing alternately, a 
red land white light at inter- 
vals of one minute. 



14 



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23 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



Do 



3 wick 
Concentric 



Do. 



Do. 



17 Argands 
Burners 



1 Argand 



12 Argand 
Burners 



The tower is 38 feet higli from 
base to vane on the top of 
lantern, painted wliite. 



Round lion Tower, red, 28ft. 
from keeper's house, which 
is wood, painted white with 
red roof. 



Square wood tower, with slo- 
ping sides ; keeper's wood 
dwelling connected by cov- 
ered passage .30 feet ; all 
painted white. 



A flat-roofed Engine-house, 
one-story building, painted 
white, has been erected 
southeasterly from the light 
tower. The Horn projects 
from the Southern side of 
this building. 



Round Iron Light Tower, 50 
feet high, painted with red 
and white horizontal bands. 
Keeper's dwelling wood, con- 
nected with the tower by a 
coTered wav. Store in rear. 



Round Iron Tower, painted 
three red and three white 
horizontal bands. Bands are 
continued around a flat roof 
store in rear. 



Round Iron Tower, painted 
red. A wooden house on each 
side of the tower, and con- 
nected therewith by a cov- 
ered way. These houses are 
painted white with red roofs 



T. Williams 



J. W. Costello 



J. Derereui 



G. Hewitt 



John Mooney 



P. Houlihan 



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Point Verde, 
Placantia. 



Point Latine, 
IPlacentia. 



Marticot Island, 
Flacentia. 



Long Island, 

near Oderin,' 

Placentia Bay. 



17 14 11 64 00 19 



1876 Occulting White ; showing 1 se 
cond dark, two seconds light, 
alternately. 



Diaphone Fog Alarm operated 
by air compressed by oil en- 
gine, giving one blast in every 
94 sec, thus: Blast 4 seconds, 
silent 90 sees. ; blast 4 sees., 
silent 9o seconds. 



47 18 40 63 59 40 1904 Fixed Red, 6th order dioptric 



47 19 30 54 34 30 1909 Occulting Whit« ; 7 sees. 
3 sees. dark. 



47 17 40 54 42 00 1903 Fixed White, dioptric 



light, 



Ft. 
98 



M. 
11 



42 



93 



237i 



10 



18 



18 



Newjoundland LigJits. 



225 



Players, Gramaphone Records, etc. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
. Se»ward 



Do. 



Do 



Do. 



2 wick 
Trinity 



Wooden house, pain ted white, 
flat roof. Light tower rises 
from roof of house. 

Flat-roofed building, 12 feet 
high, 30 feet N. from light- 
house. Horn projects from 
W. end in line with roof ; 
building, tower and dwel- 
ling coloured black and yel- 
low horizontal bands. 

Wooden Tower, bearing N.E. 
I N. Mag , 4Jj miles from t 
Verde lighthouse. 

The Station comprises : — 

1. A wood tower, octagonal, 
painted red and white horizon- 
tal bands, two of each, the 
first upper band under the 
gallery red, the drum and 
lantern being white. 

2. A keeper's dwel ing, flat- 
roofed, sides white, roof black. 

3. A flat-roofed store, sides 
white, roof black. 

Octagonal tower, painted red 
and white horizontal bands, 
2 of each, drum and lantern 
white, with dwelling at- 
tached white. 

The Station comprises : — 

(a) Ciicular Iron Tower and 
Lantern, painted white. 

(b) Keeper's flat-roofed dwel- 
ling connected to the North- 
western side of tower by cov- 
ered passageway 44 feet long, 
painted white. 

(c) A flat-roofed store, 13 ft. 
Northwesterly from dwelling, 
painted white. 

(d) A flat-roofed Store, 112 
eet below on the point of the 

Island, painted- white. This 
Store may be seen when the 
lighthouse is enveloped in fog. 



T. Croucher 



Francis Foran 



P. J. Brown 



Philip Power 



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Flat Islands, 
Placentia Bay 



47 15 20 



54 55 0011912 



Tides I'oint, 47 05 30 55 04 00 
Western Side of (approi) 
Placentia Bay 



Iron Island, 
off entrance to 

Burin, 
Placentia Bay. 



Dodding Head, 
Burin. 



Little Burin 

Island, 

Western Side of 

Placentia Bay, 



St. Lawrence 

Fog Alarm, 

on the extremity 

ofjthe point 

dividing Great 

and Little St. 

Lawrence. 



Occulting White, 6th order diop- 
tric, with periods of 2i seconds 
alternate light and dark. 



Ft. 
67 



1912 



47 02 40 55 06 50!l904 



47 00 26 55 08 431856 2nd order Revolving White light'330 
(silvered reflectors and annu- 
lar lenses), attains greatest 
brilliancy every minute. Ow- 
ing to great height, this light 
is often obscured by fog when 
the coast is visible. 



46 59 00 
(approx) 



46 54 00 



Diaphone Kog Alarm, operated 
by air compressed by oil en- 
gine, will be sounded during 
thick or foggy weather, giving 
two blasts of two seconds du- 
ration each in every 90 sees., 
thus : Blast 2 seconds, silent, 
5 seconds ; blast 2 seconds, 
silent 81 seconds. 



Fixed Red Light, 6th order diop- 118 
trie. 



55 11 00 1912 Diaphone Fog Alarm, operated 
' by air compressed by oil en-, 

gine, will be sounded duringi 
thick or foggy weather, giving 
I I one blast of 4 seconds duration. 
I j in every 88 seconds, thus : — 
I Blast 4 sees., silent 84 sees. ; 

I I blast 4 sees., silent 84 sees. 

55 20 30 1912 Diaphone Fog Alarm, operated 
by air compressed by oil en- 
gine, will be sounded during 
thick or foggy weather, giving 
three blasts in every 90 sees., 
thus : Blast \\ seconds, silent 
3 seconds ; blast IJ seconds, 
silent 3 sees. ; blast IJ sees., 
silent 80 seconds. 



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227 



Wolsey and Stansfield Underwear. 



.3 2 



Kind of 
Lam]). 



Description of Buildiug. 



Keeper. 



Assist&nt 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



6 Argand 
Burners 



Squaie wood tower, with slop- 
ing sides; it is 25 feet high 
from sill to focal plane, 
painted red and white hori- 
zontally; dome red, drum 
white; two red and white 
bands under gallery. 



The station comprises keep- 
er's dwelling, engine house, 
storehouse; all painted red 
and white, vertical stripes 



F. Gosling. 



A Square Pyramidal Wood 
Tower, 18 feet high, with flat 
roofed keeper's dwelling at- 
tached to Northern side, all 
painted white. 



M. Dicks. 



J. Riggs. 



Square Wooden House, roof ,. u t-> u 
red. The lantern rises from •^°'^^ Darby. 
the centre of the house. 



The station consists of a flat- 
roofed dwelling, flat-roofed 
engine house and store- 
house, all painted black and 
white horizontal bands. 



The station consists of a flat- 
roofed dwelling, I flat-roof- 
ed eugine house and store 
house, all painted white. 



W. Inkpen. 



P. Molloy, 



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Allan Island, 
Lamaline. 



Xamaline' Range 

Lights. 



46 51 00 



Burin Island Fog Alarm.— 
Lat. 46° 69' 00' N. Lon. 55° 
11' 00" W. Distant from St. 
Lawrence 9^ miles E. by N., 
sounds 4 sees, in every 88 sees., 
thus : Blast 4 seconds, silent 
84 seconds, 

TiDE.s Point Fof Alarm— Lat. 
47" 06' :?0 " N. Lat. 55' 0,?' 55" 
W. Distant from Little Burin 
Island about 9 miles N. E. by 
K. i E., sounds two blasts of 
2 seconds duration in every 
90 sees., thus: Blast 2 sees., 
silent 5 sees. ; blast 2 sec*,, 
silent 81 seconds. 

55 47 40 1879 FixedjAVhite, 4th order dioptric 



1912 The following named aids to the 
navigat'on of the Eastern Har- 
bour of Lamaline have been 
establishad, viz. ; 

Two rpd lens lantern lights, 
placed on the Northern side of 
the Harbour, the front light 
on the Shore, 21^ feet above 
sea level, hoisted to two poles, 
small gable roofed house sho""- 
ing between, painted white. 

[The rear light is hoisted to a 

I single pole, 33 feet above sea 
level, bearing N. by E. J E. 

j mag. from front light 480 ft. 

[These Lights should be kept in 
line until the inner harbour is 

I reached. 

A spar buoy, coloured red, is 
placed at the Eastern entrance 
of Lamaline Harbour, moored 
in 23 feet of water, bearing S. 
W. from East'n Shoal 30 yds. 

Following the Main Passage in 
the harbour, is placed a spar 
buoy in 9 feet of water, col- 
oured black, bearing N. E. 
from Allan Rock, a distance 
of 40 yards. 

This Harbour is used by small 
Craft and fishing vessels only. 



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229 



Mills and Essex Mills Underwear. 






Kind of 
Lamp. 



Descriiitioii of lluildin 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



170" 



Capilliary 



Wood Octagonal Tower, pain- 
ted red and white on alter-, W. Cochrane 
nate sides. 



J. Hillier,'jr. 



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Green Island, 

Eastern entr'ce 

to Fortune Bay. 



Brunette Ittland, 
Fortune Bav. 



iiortune, 
Fortune Bay 



Grand Bank, 
Fortune Bav. 



Garnish, 
Fortune Bay. 



46 52 30 



47 15 32 



47 04 30 



47 OS 00 
Approx 



47 14 00 
Approx. 



56 05 00 



1908'4th order Occulting "White light, 
2^ seconds light and dark, al- 
ternately. 



Fog Alarm. — The Dia])hone will 
be sounded during thick or 
foggy weather, giving blasts 
of 4 seconds duration every 
90 seconds, thus : 

Blast, 4 sees. Silent, 86 sees. 
Blast. 4 sees. Silent, 86 sees. 



55 5] 50 1865 



55 50 001911 



55 42 SO 1890 



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55 24 00 1885 



Long Hv. l'oint.147 .34 30 55 07 30 
47 29 00 55 27 15 



Belleoram, 
Fortune Bay. 

St, Jacques 
Island- 



Rocky Point, 
Harbor Briton. i 



Sagoua Fog 
Alarm 



1873 



47 28 00 55 24 30 1908 



47 27 30 55 47 45 1873 



Cato-Dioptric. Flashing white'408 
light, attains greatest bril 
liancy every 10 sees. Ob 
scured br the land from E. S. 
E. to S." 

Occulting White, 6th order diop- 20 
trie, with periods of 2^ seconds 
light and 2], seconds dark, al 
ternatelv. 



Fixed Red 6th order dioptric. 
Port Light. 



Fixed Red. 6th order dioptric ... 



Fixed White. 6th order dioptric. 



28 



20 



35 



Occulting : 4th order dioptricl31J 
White light, 7 seconds light, 
3 seconds dark. 

Fixed White, 6th order dioptric. 68 
Not visible in a line with Har- 
bor Rock. 

In course of construction 



M. 

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15 



Newfoii ndland TAgh is. 



231 



Linoleums and Floor Canvas. 



3 



Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



S.E. \>y 
South, 
Souther- 
ay to W. 



270* 



9 Argand 
P.urners 



Duplex 



Duplex 



Duplex 



The Station comprises : — 

(1) An engine house; (2)Store 
house; (3) Keeper's dwelling; 
(4) A circular iron light tower 
situate on the summit of the 
Island: 

The buildings are painted 
red and white vertical stripes 

Tower on summit of island 
painted red. 



Square Wooden House, paint- 
ed white with red roof. The 
lantern rises from the centre 
of the roof. 



Square wood tower, painted 
white, erected on the east 
em pier of the harbor of 
Fortune, at an elevation of 
twenty feet. 

Square Beacon on Breakwater 
100 feet from end, painted 
red and white horizontal 
bands; light bears W.N. W., 
from end of Breakwater. 

Square Beacon Tower (wood), 
standing at end of Break- 
water, carrying an octagonal 
drum and lantern. 



R. F. Forsey 



John Wilcott 



W. Kins 



Jon. Tibbo 



Wm. Reeves 



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Wooden Tower, on end of 
beach, painted white. 

Circular Iron Tower and keep- 
er's uwuUing. white- 



iCircular Iron Tower, painted 
red and white in horizontal 
bands. 



Robt. Jensen 
P.O. Burke 

A. Jensen 



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Pass Island, 
entrance Her- 
mitage Bay. 



47 29 15,50 12 02 1879 



Gaultois 



Ramea Island ... 47 30 30 



47 36 00 55 &1 00 



Boar Island, 
Burgeo. 



Ireland Island, 
La Poile Bay. 



Rose Blanche, 
Chine's Island, 

entrance to 

Rose Blanche 

Harbor. 



47 36 12 



47 1 37 52 



47 36 00 



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Fixed White, 4th order dioptric. 281 

A Fixed Red Light. 6th order 267 
dioptric, is placed below the 
White light, to distinguish 
the rocks and reefs extending 
from Wolf Rocks, bearing 
(from lighthouse) S. 74, 47 W. 
to Basse Terre Point, S. 61° 
33 E. The reef over the Wolf 
is about 1;J miles from the 
island. At a distance of A\ 
miles the two lights merge 
into one. 



57 24 35 1902 



1885 Fixed White, Gth order dioptric 
Port light, on an iron column. 
The light should be brought to 
boar N. E. before steering for 
the entrance of the harbor, to 
clear a sunken rock S. W. by 
West, about 100 yards distant. 

Occulting White ; equal periods 
of light and darkness li sees. 
Obscured by eastern head of 
Ramea Island. 



14 



57 35 13 1874 



58 22 13 



Fixed Red, 4th order dioptric .. 



1886 Fifth order Revolviug White 
light, alternate flashes and 
total eclipse attaining great- 
est brilliancj' every 12 sees. 



58 41 55 1904 



A Diaphone Fog Alarm, on the 
Southwestern end of Caines 
Island at the entrance of 
Rose Blanche Har. Sounding 
6 sees., silent 15 sees. ; sound 
6 seconds, silent 93 sees. A 
fixed Red light is shown from 
the roof of the Engine house. 



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233 



Dress Goods and Accessories. 









Kind of 
Lamp. 



300 
136-20 



All 
Seaward 



Do. 



270" 



Whole 
horizon 



2 wick 

Concentric 

1 Duplex. 



Duplex 



2 wick 

Trotter 

Lindberg 



2 wick 
Trinity 



IJ Argand 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



Wooden House, sides painted 
white, with flat roof, on 
which the principal lantern 
stands. The one showing the 
Red light is 14 ft. lower and 
at the angle of the building. 



Cylindrical Iron Tower, pain- 
ted spirally red and white 
bands. White Hat - roofed 
dwelling east of tower, con- 
nected by covered way : small 
white store, black roof, fifty 
feet South of dwelling. 



T. Gaulton 



John House 



John Cheffey 



Buildings wood Light Tower 
rising from the gable of the H. Dicks 
house Vertical parts paint- 
ed white, roof red. 

Circular Iron Tower. Keep- 
er's dwelling of wood, 16 ft. 
apart (W.S.W ), painted red 
& white alternate bands con- Francis Reed 
tinuous round both buildings 

The Station comprises: — 

1. A square flat-roofed En- 
gine house, painted alternate- 
ly black and white horizontal 
bands, the first upper band 
being black. 'John Garcin 

2. A si|uare flat-roofed keep- 
er's dwelling of wood painted 
white, roof black. 

3. A square flat-roofed store 
painted white, roof black. 



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Rose Blanche 47 35 48 58 41 30 1873 Fixed "White, 4th order dioptric, 
Point, ! showing all seaward. 



Bad Neighbor '47 34 50 58 53 50 1910 
Shoal, off Burnt 
Ib., South West 
Coast 



Isle-aux-Morts 



Channel Head, 
Port-aux- 
Baaques 



A Spar Buoy, coloured red, sur 
mounted by an X, moored in 
21 fathoms, with Bad Neigh- 
bor bearing E. ^ mile distant, 
Western Columbia N.E. by E. 
one mile distant. 



47 33 49 



Port-aux- 
Basques Lead- 
ing Lights: 
(1) Front Light 



Ft. M. 
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47 34 40 58 58 301902 Occulting White. 6th order, show- 26J 
ing 7 seconds light, 3 seconds 
dark, alternately, on western 
end Pitman's Island. 



Port-aux- 
Basques Lead- 
ing Lights: 
(2) Rear Light 



59 07 09 1875 Changed 1909 to occulting white 
visible 5 sees., eclipsed 5 sees, 
visible 15 sees., eclipsed 5 sees., 
in every 30 seconds. 
Fog Alarm is a Diaphone, ope 
rated 'by compressed air, giv- 
blasts of 4 sees., followed by 
96 sees, silence. Installed in 
flat roofed white painted En- 
gine house, built to the South 
end of covered passage-way. 
The Trumpet projects through 
Southern end of this building. 

Occulting White, giving equal 
periods of light and darkness 
of 1 J seconds. Shown from a 
square pyramidal wooden 
tower (white) on S. W. point 
of Road Island. Elevation 
22| feet. A fixed Red light 
(not visible from seaward) is 
shown from the North and 
Western sides of the lantern, 
for ships leaving the port. . 

Occulting White, giving equal 
periods of light and darkness 
1 sec. Structure is like that 
on Road Island, and stands on 
the mainland, 400 yds distant 
therefrom, N. W. by N. J N., 
mag.; elevationSl feet. 



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Newfoundland TAglits. 



235 



md Untrimmed Millinery, 



.5 2 



Kind of 
Lamp. 



iDescription of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



1689' 



All 
seaward 



2 wick 
Concentric 



Petroleum 
Vapour 
burned under 
an incandes- 
cent Mantle. 



Bruce Cook 



Building granite, one side 
and one end painted in red 
and white vertical stripes, 
roofed with slate. Light 
Tower at one corner. 

Mariners are warned against 
placing undue reliance on 
Buoys V)eing maintained in 
their exact positions. They 
are simply helps to naviga- 
tion, and not infallible 
marks, especially when 
placed in exposed positions. 



Light enclosed in hexagonal; 
wood tower, to be painted John Sartin 
white. 



Round Iron Light Tower, 
(white) and dwelling are con- 
nected by covered way, sides E. Pike 
white, roof of dwelling red. 
A red brick magazine stands 
30 feet N. E. of tower. 



Wilson Vardy 



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Port-aux- 
Basques Buojs 



Sandy Point, 
Bay St. George 



Long Point, 
Port au Port. 



48 27 27 



58 29 10 



Frenchman's 

Head, Bay of 

Islands. 



Lobster Cove 

Head, 
Bonne Bay. 



48 47 30 



Port-aux-Basques. Buoys have 
been placed in the following 
positions : Western Baldwin 
Rock — A Spar Buoy, painted 
black, surmounted by a cone ; 
Moored in 8^ fathoms. East- 
ern Baldwin — A Spar Buoy, 
painted red ; Moored in 3^ fa- 
thoms. Shoal lying between 
the Eastern Baldwin & Road 
Island — A Spar Buoy, painted 
white, surrounded by an X ; 
Moored in 3i fathom's. Pan- 
cake Shoal — A Black Cask, 
moored in 2h fathoms. These 
buoys are removed during the 
winter months when drift ice 
is about. 



1883 Occulting AVhite, alternate pe- 
riods of li seconds light and 
dark. 



35 



58 46 00 1909 Occulting White, 4th order diop- 
tric : 7 sees. light and 3 sees, 
dark 



4'J 03 45 58 09 35 



49 30 09 



57 56 51 



1901 Fixed "White, 4th order dioptric. 



1897 Occulting White, 4th order ; two 
{ second.s light and dark alter- 
nately. 



48 : 11 



160 



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Kind of 
Lamp, 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



AsBistaat 
Keeper. 



All 
eawardj 



Do. 



1 Argand 



Do. 



Do. 



2 wick 
Trinity 



2 wick 
Concentric 



Round Iron Tower ; keeper's 
dwelling attached to south- 
ern side of Tower; Tower 
and Store painte red and 
whitehorizontal bands, three 
red and twoiwhite. 



Octagonal wood Tower, with 
sloping sides, on western en- 
trance to Port au Port Bay, 
43J feet high from base to 
top of lantern, painted 
white ; dwelling and store 
just westerly from Tower, 
painted white ; maintained 
annually during open navi- 
gation. 

Square Pyramidal "Wood 
Tower, surmounted by an 
octagonal drum and lantern. 
Tower and dwelling painted 
red and white horizontal 
bands. 

Round Iron Tower, painted 
white, 23| ft. high ; keeper's 
dwelling 20 feet eastward, 
connected to tower by cov- 
ered way. Sides of house 
and covered way, white ; 
roofs black. 



Mellidge C. 
Messervey 



Paul Aucoin. 



J. Hayes, 



Wm. Young. 



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Keppel Island, 
Port Saunders 



Hawke'a Bay, 

West Coas; 



49 55 00 57 49 00 



1909 



Fixed White 141 



50 38 00 57 19 00 1901 FixediWhite,L(>th order dioptric 108i 



Red Bay, Straits 
of Belle Isle 



Saint Main Bay, 

St. Anthony 

Harbor, 

White Bay 



51 43 30 56 25 OO 



51 22 00 55 33 00 
Approx 



Range Beacons. — The front 
beacon stands on the south 
shore of Hawke Bav, 400 feet 
S. 2" West from site of white 
f-ross beacon, and S. 68* West 
from eastern summit of Rob 
inson island. It is a white 
beacon, surmounted by a white 
triangle, point upwards .The 
l>ack beacon stands 600 feet 
N. 88"^ W. from front one. It 
is a white beacon, surmount 
ed by a white triangle, point 
downwards. The beacons in 
line N" 88^' W: when they are 
also in line with Round Hum 
mock), lead through Robinson 
channel in a least depth of six 
fathoms. 

Note — The white cross above re- 
ferred to no longer exists. 

Fixed White Light exhibited 
from an octagon 1 wood tower 
erected on Saddle Island, Star- 
board hand entrance to Red 
Bay, has been replaced bj- a 
6th order occulting white light, 
giving alternate periods of 
2A seconds light and dark. 

This light will be kept in opera- 
tion during period of open 
navigation. 



1906 Occulting White, showing equal 
alternate periods of 2^ seconds 
light and 2% seconds dark. 
Fixed iWhite light will be kept 
in operation. 



1912 



Newfoundland Lights. 



239 



" Tween " Hat. If it's a " Tween," it's a Fit. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 


Description of Building. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 


All 
Seaward 

Do, 


2 wick 
Concentric 

Duplex 


Round Iron Tower, red and 
white vertical stripes ; lan- 
tern and dome white, 18 ft. 
high : dwelling just westerly 
from Tower, painted white ; 
maintained annually during 
open navigation. 

Square Pyramidal wood 
Tower, snrmonntoil by an 
octagonal drum and lantern, 
painted red and white hori- 
zontal bands. 


J. Payne. 
C. Pike. 






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A keeper's dwelling (one story 
high) tiat roofed, has been 
erected at a short distance 
from tower. Both tower 
and dwelling are painted 
white. 

Circular Iron Tower, painted 
in red and white vertical 
stripes. 


J. Yetman. 
U. Patey. 








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Canada Bay, 
Aigiiillettes or 
Inglee Harbor, 
I MWhite Bay | 
Jackson's Arm, 

White Bay 

Western Cove, 
White Bay 

Seal Cove, 
White Bay 



Double Island, 
loff Battle Har., 
Labrador Coast 



White Point, 
N. entrance of 
Indian Tickle, 
Labrador Coast 



Cape North, 
Labrador. 



Pack's Harbor, 
.Labrador. 



Cutthroat Point, 
Labrador. 



50 43 30 
Approx. 

49 51 40 

49 47 10 

49 50 00 



52 16 00 



53 34 30 



53 46 00 



56 06 00 



56 44 30 



56 37 20 



56 22 30 



55 22 30 



56 01 00 1905 



1906 



1906 



1906 



In the approach to Englee Har. 
Harbor Light only. 



Fixed White, 0th order dioptric 



Fixed White, 6th order dioptric. 



1906 On the Northern extremity of 
I Southern Arm Head, about 
6i cables West from Church 
Bpire. Harbor Light only. 

1905 Fixed White, 4th order dioptric ; 
In operation from open navi- 
gation to 1st December. 



56 26 00 



53 51 30 56 59 00 



54 29 00 



57 06 00 



1909 



Occulting White, alternate pe- 
riods of 7 seconds light and 
3 seconds dark. 



Fixed White, 4th order dioptric 

Station is fvirnished with Inter- 
national Signal Code Flags. 



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72J 12 



1909 



107i 



1909 Occulting White, 4th order di- 108J 
optric, 2i seconds light and 
2| seconds dark, alternately 

Station is furnished with Inter- 
national Signal Code Flags. 

Fixed Red, 4th order dioptric ... 

Station is furnished with Inter- 
national Signal Code Flags. 



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241 



Dolls, Games and Holiday Goods, 







Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



▲11 

rSeaward 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



2 wick 
Capilliary. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



N. Gillard. 



Hexagonal WoodTower.pain-Creo. Head. 
ted white. j 

Hexagonal Wood Tower, pain-! J- Pearce. 
ted white. 



H.T. Robinson 



W. Belbin. 



S, Xorman: 



K. Carter. 



Keeper's dwelling wood : Cir- 
cular Iron Tower painted in 
alternate black and white 
bands, two of each. 

A flat-roofed one-story dwel- 
ling and a storehouse are 
erected on the Northern side 
of the Tower. Tower, dwel- 
ling and store painted white. 

Circular Iron Tower, 18 feet 
high from base to top of lan- 
tern, painted red andwhi^e, 
horizontal bands ; dsum & 
lantern, white; dwelling 
house and store a short dis- 
tance from tower, painted 
white ; maintained annu- 
aly during open navigation. 



Circular Iron Tower, 18 feet 
aigh from base to top of lan- 
tern, painted white ; dwel- 
ling house and store a short, P. O'Toole. 
distanc ■ from tower, paint-^ 
ed white; maintained annu- 
ally during open navigation. 



Circular Iron Tower, 18 feet 
high from base lo top of lan- 
tern, painted red and white, 
vertical stripes ; drum and 
lantern, white; dwelling 
house and a store short dis- 
tance from tower, iwhite ; 
maintained annually dur- 
ing open navigation. ; 



R. Abbott. 



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Cape Ray (Ice 
report Station) 



Oape Anguille. 



Point Rich. 



Ferolle Point. 



Flower Island.. 



1871 



1908 



1871 



1912 



1899 



47 37 00 



i9 18 00 



47 53 51 



50 42 00 



51 53 



51 18 26 



59 24 36 



57 24 30 



57 5 37 



56 43 33 



1st order Dioptrio. Flashing white, 
group of 3 Ha.shes every 15 .ser.s. , 
(flashes at intervals of 3 .seconds, 
followed by an eclipse of 9 .sees). 

Fog Alarm : A Diaphone, operated 
by compressed air; gives 3 blasts 
every nnnufe : — Blast 3 seconds; 
silence 3 seconds ; blast 3 sens, ; 
silence 3 second.s ; blast 3 sees.. ; 
silence 45 seconils. Established 
1872 ; changed 1906. 

3rd order Dioptric. Flashing white, 
Hash 0.52 .sees., eclipse 1.36 sees. ; 
flash 0.52 sees eclipse 7.60 sees. 
— In every 10 seconds. 

Fog Alarm : A Diaphone operated by 
compressed air, gives a long blast 
followed by a short blasts every uiin.: 
Blast 7 sees., silent 3 seconds ; blast 
3 secoLds ; silent 47 seconds. 



3rd order Dioptric. Flashing white, 
flash ;0. 25 sec,, eclipse 0.75 sec; 
flash 25 sec, eclipse 3.75 sees 
— In every 5 sees. 

3rd order Dioptric Flashing white, 
group of 4 flashes every ~\ sees., 
(flashes at intervals of one second, 
followed liy an eclipse of 4J sees.) 

Fog Alarm : Diajihone operated by 
compressed air; 3 blasts of 2i sees, 
with intervals of" 3 sees, be weeu 
thetn, in each minute. 

Catoptric, Revolving White light 
attains greatest brilliancy every 
12 seconds. 

Fog Alarm : Cotton Powder Bombs 
exploded every 15 mins. ; and everj 
S minutes wlienever a vessel's fo'a 
signal is heard. The audibility of 
this fog signal cannot be depended 
on. 



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243 



Readymades and Rain Coats. 



are Maintained by the Canadian Government. 













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Description of Building. 


Keeper. 




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iDcaudesccut 


Wooden Octagonal Tower, 


E. H. RcDnie 






Seawanl. 


petroleum vapour 


painted white ; circular metal 










lamp. 


lantern, red ; white dwelling 
and outbuildings, with red 
roofs, near by. 




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tower ; red circular metal 


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lantern. 




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White Octagonal Wood, with 
circular metal lantern, red. 
White dwelling behind. 


N. Breton 


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Hexagonal reinforced concrete 


D. Beaudoin. 


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tower ; red circular metal lan- 




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wooden double dwelling back 
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Duplex burners, 


White, square Wood with poly- 


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with coDStaut 


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ling attached. 




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The following Lights on Newfoundland Territory 



Name of 
Place. 



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iCape Bjuld 



1871 



51 38 67 



1884 



Belle Isle 
(Depot of pro- 
visions for 
shipwrecked 
mariners). 



•Belle Isle, 
[Low Light]. 



Belle Isle, 
North -east End 



51 38 41 



1859 51 52 52 



1880 



1905 



55 5'4 06 3rd order Dioptric, Flashing White, 
group of 3 Hashes every 30 sees., 
(fl.ishes at intervals of 6 seconds, 
followed hy an eclipse of 17J 
seconds). 

Fog Alarm: Diaphone, operated by 
compressed air ; blast of 7 sees. 
every 35 sees. Established 1890; 
change.! 1907. 

55 25 03 2nil order Dioptric. Flashing white, 
fla.sh 0.56 sees., eclipse 1 94 sees., 
flash 0,56 sees., eclipse 11,94 sees. 
— In every 15 min. 

Fog Alarm : Diaphone operated 
by compressed air, gives three 
blasts of 2\ seconds, with inter- 
vals of 3 seconds between them, 
every 45 sefonds : Blast 2^ sees. ' 
silent 3 sees. ; blast 2J seconds, 
silent 3 seconds ; blast 2| sees., 
silent interval 31J seconds. 

Established 1884 ; changed 1906. 



55 21 49 



First order Dioptric. Occulting 
White light, visible 5 seconds 
eclipsed 5 seconds. 

Fog Alarm : Ist order double Siren 
operated by compressed air: midway 
between the upper and lower lights 
■254 feet above the sea. The blasts of 
the Sirens are low and high notes 
alternately, each of 2J sees, duration, 
separated by a silent interval of 2\ 
seconds in every two minutes, thus 
Low note, 2} sees.; Silent, 2i sees. 
High note, 2} sees. ; Silent interval, 
112J seconds. Established ISSO ; 
changed 1899. 

Below 2nd order Dioptric. Occulting 

m&in White, visible 5 sees., eclipsed 

light. 5 seconds 

52 01 02 55 15 08 2nd order Dioptric, flashing White; 
flash, J second; eclipse, lOJ sees.' 

Fog Alarm : Diaphone, operated by 
compressed air ; blast of 3i seconds 
every minute, Estab. 1906. 



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187 



470 



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124 



137 



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Newfoundland Lights. 



245 



Post Cards and Souvenir Books. 



are Maintained by the Canadian Government. 



Illuminated 
Arc. 



Kiiirl of Lamp, 



Dysciiiaioii of Building. 



Keeper. 



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Visible from | Incandescent 
all points of iietroleuiii vapour 
approach by lamp, 

water 



Do. 



From N.W. 
bv N. round 
by S. to E. 

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lu approach- 
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Gulf. 

Visible from 

all points of 

approach by 

water. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



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Iron Tower, encased in a White 
octagonal re.iuforced concrete 
covering ; White circular me- 
tal lantern with red roof. 



Iron Tower, encased in an octa- 
gonal .sheathing of reinforced 
whitewashed concrete stiffen- 
ed by flying buttresses, sur- 
mounted by a white circular 
metal lantern with a red roof 



Alex. Warren 
Campbell. 



E. Fontaine 



Circular Stone Tower, covered Jos- Richard 
with clapboards, paintecUt'^'i'poranly] 
white ; White dwelling at- 
tached. 



White Circular Metal Lantern'Jos. Richard 
with red roof; on stone foun- [temporarily] 
dation. I 

Iron Tower, encased in a White P. Thomas. 
Octagonal reinforced concrete 
covering ; red polygonal iron 
lantern. 



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Name of 
Place. 



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Description of Light. 









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Point Amour, 
[Forteau]. 



Greenly Island, 
[Blanc Sablon], 



1855 



1878 51 22 26 



Cape Race 



Cape Freels 



1856 



46 39 24 



51 27 26 56 50 28 2n(l order Dioptric. Occulting 
Wliile, visible 16 sees. ; eclipsed 
four seconds. 

Fog Alarm : Diaplione, operated 
by compressed air, gives three 
blasts of 2J seconds, with inter 
vals of 2^ sees, between them in 
each ndnnte. The Fog Alarm 
Building is 166 feet S. by E. from 
lighthouse. Established 1875 
changed 1906. 



1910 46 36 .50 



57 09 52 2nd oider Dioptric, Hashing White; 
flash ^second, eclipse 2^ seconds. 



Fog Alarm: Diaphone, operated by 
compressed air, gives two blasts 
[long, short], with an interval of 
2J seionds between them, in each 
minute, thus : Blast 5 seconds, 
silent 2^ seconds ; blast 2 sees., 
silent interval 50^ sees. Estab- 
lished 1878 ; changed 1906. 



53 04 20 Hyper Radial light, 1st order Diop- 
tric, fla«hii'g White, one flash 
every 7^ seeonds 

Fog Alarm: Diaphone, operated by 
compressed air; sounds 1 blast 
every 30 seconds:— Blast 3^ sees., 
silence 26| seconds. Established 
1872; changed 1907. 



53 33 25 



Fog Alarm: Diajihone, operated by 
compres.sed air, gives two blasts 
every nnnute :— Blast 3i seconds, 
silent .3^ seconds; hl.ist" -3^ sees., 
silent 49^ second.s. 

Established 1910. 



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116 16 



165 



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Note— Belle Isle and Cape Ray Signal Stations 



Newfoundland Lights 



24: 



-the-minute Store for Men's Wear. 



are Maintained by the Canadian Government. 



Illuminated 
Arc. 



Kind of Lamp. 



Description of BiiiMiiig. 



Keeper. 



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Seaward 



Do. 



Visible from 

All points of 

approach by 

water. 



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Incandescent ;Circnlar, white, stone, covi;red T. M. 
petroleum vapour; with clapboards ; White, red-' 
lamp. I roofed Dwelling attached. 



Wyatt 



Do. 



Do. 



Octagonal wooden Tower, paint- 
ed white, with rerl circular 
metal lantern ; white wooden 
dwelling attached. 



Cylindrical Reinforced Concrete 
Tower, painted in red and 
white broad vertical stripes ; 
red circular metal lantern. 
White wooden dwelling with 
red roof seaward of tower. 

Fog Alarm building, about 250 
feet South of Lighthouse, con- 
nectad by a covered way with 
dwelling. 



N. Cote. 



Jno. Myrick 



Michael 
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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Boots, Shoes 
©cpactnifnt of l^ubUc iBorh^. 

Office : Departmkntal Building, Duckworth Street. 

Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Minister of Public Works — William Woodford. 

Secretary — James Harris. 

First Clerk— W. C. Pearce. 

Second Clerk — Thomas Morris. 

Bookkeeper — A. E. Snelgrove. 

Third Clerk — James Muiphy. 

Stenographers and Typists — John Kent, Josephene Power. 

Superintendent of Public Works — William Cliurchill. 

Clerk to Superintendent of Public Works — S. A. Churchill. 

Inspector of Uutport Roads — Thomas Bonia. 

Road Inspectors — William Liddy, Patrick Murphy. 

Messenger — Thomas Lockyer. 

Board of Works. 

The Minister, Chairman; Hon. R. K. Bishop, Hon. M. P. Gibbs, John 
R. Bennett, Esq , M.H.A., Jesse Whiteway, Esq., M.H.A. 



Keepers of Halfway Houses. 

Salnwnier Road — 

Heart's Content -Carbonear — James Langer. 
Renews- Trepasssy — Michael Lawlor. 
Neiv Harbor Road — Mrs. Peddle. 



FERRIES AND FERRYMEN. 



Ferrymen. 



Residence. 



Course of Ferries. 



William Elworthy.. 

Charles Kennedy .., 

Andrew Humber ... 
James Doyle 

Michael Sexton 
Zachaiias Webber... 

Ambrose Noii is 

James Power 



Pin « are, in the Straits ol 

Bi-iie Isle. 
Woody Point, Bonne Bay. 

St. Barbe District. 
Castor River, St. Barbe Dis. 
St. Baibe Bay 

Goose Cove, St. Barbe Dis. 
Three Arms, Twiiiingate 
Distiict. 

Do. do. 

Fortune Harbor, Twillin- 
gate District. 



Across River. 

Norris' Point to Curzon 
Village & Woody Point. 
Across Castor River. 
On St. Barbe Bay. 

Goose Cove. 

Little Bay to Three Arms 

Three Arms to Southern 

Arm. 
Across Fortune Harbor ; 

Fortune Har. to N. W. 

Arm. 



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249 



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Fen vinen. 



Residence. 



Course of Ferries. 



Alfred < ri'lard 

Israel 1) '"•>■ 

Thos K lliiris 
Eli Blak. 
AbrahHiii Tulk 
N. FecU....! 

AbelClii k 



AbrahMin ( Jiuilger.. 
George li irt 
John P'r lUipton 
Paul ISHiM-buiy 

John B'e!;iiin 
FredeiicK Cope 
George ( ipn liter 
Robert \^ niters 
Moses H'l-kjns 
Samuel P>i igg 
Benjamin "-purrell . 
Levi Lane 
Edwaid hiackwoiid. 
Benjamin Hayvvard 
Jouas Pick.- It 
Wm. Hanilciick 



Gillard's Ce, Main Tickle, Gillard's Ce to Tizzard's 

Twillingate District. Harbor. 

J'>nes' Cove, Main Tickle, .lames' Ce or Main Tickle 



Cove to Menitt's Hr. 
At Black Island. 



Twillingate District. 
Black L-Umd 

(iHM'ier Bav, Fogo District ,( lamler Bay. 
{!ai iiiain ille, Fngo District X^Hiiuanville. 
Katged Hai' , Fogo Districtj Ragged Harbor North to 

I Ragged Harbor South. 
Deailiuan's Bay, Fogo Dist..] Dead man's Bay Pond N. 

to Dead man's Bay Pd 
S., or Dead man's Bay 



Windmill Brook, Cat Har,, 

Fii^o Di-tiiot. 
< 'lir.nge Islands, Fogo Dist. 

Indian Islands, Fogo Dist... 

Newtown, Bonavista Dist... 

Wesleyville, Bona. District 

I'nol's Island, Bona. District 

Do. do. 

Tinker's Isld, near Greens- 
jiuid, Bnnavista Dist. ,. 
fJieenspond, Bona. District. 

(iieenspond. Bona. District. 

. Badger Quay, Bona. Dist.. 



tu Ragged Harbor. ^ 
W"ndmill Brook to end 

of Road. 
North to South, Main 

Tickle, Change Islds. 
At Indian Islands. 

Newtown to York, Bun- 
gay's, Hall's, Norrisand 
Outer Pinchard's Is. ig 

Swain's Island to Wes- 
leyville. 

Pool's, Knee's, Brown's 
and Dyke's Islands. 

South West Arm, Pool's 
Island. 

Tinker's Island and Main 
Island to Pool's Island. 

Ship Isld to (4ieeiispond 
and Newell's I>laric1. 

Shambler Cove or Main- 
land to Greenspond. 

Pool's Id to Greenspond. 



Sailor's Island to Main- 
land or Dark Cove. 



Sailor's Island, Bonavinta 
l)istii;t. 

L' o Cove, near Greensponn,:Loo Cove to Greenspond. 
Bonavista District. 
. ti'Mi^elieiry Island, Bona- One Island to the other. 

i \ista District. i 

. Fan Island, Bonavista Dis- Fair and Paul's Isds and 

I tiict. i Sydney Cove. 

.Salvage, Bonavista District. From Side to Side, and; 

I ' Sailor's Is. to Mainland.. 



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Residence. 



Course of Ferries. 



J>inies Rvan 
Thomas Ford 

Baxter Fowlow 
John Christian 
Wm. Dnffit 

John Baker 

Alan Smith 

Sarcuel Critch 

Samuel Martin, sr.., 

James E. Lynch . 
Edgar Noaeworthy . 

Jacob Barrett 

Patrick Costello . 

Thonns Myers, jr. .. 

Patrick Duff 
Thomas Penney 
Philip Haley 

James Cose 
Edward Doran 

Michael Stamp 

Wm. Lundrigan 

Thomas Fagan 

Hichard Giegoiy ... 

James Butland 
John Power 
Peter Ryan. 



Sweet Bay, Bonavista Dist.. 
[Amherit Cove, Bonavista 
I District. 

iTrinity E., Trinity District 
Trinity, Trinity District ... 
Britannia Ce, Trinity Dist 

Snook's Har., Trinity Dist. 

Elliott's Cove, Random Sd, 

Trinity Dist. 
Hickman's Harbor, Trinity 

District. 
Little Heart's Ease, Trinity 

District. 
Bellevne, Trinity District... 
Harbor Grace, Har. Gracp 

District. 
Bay Roberts, Har. Grace 

District. 
Conception Harbor, Harbor 

Grace District. 
Chapel's Cove, Har. Main 

District. 
Holvrood, Har. Main Dist.. 

'Do. do. 

Holyrood, N. Arm Harbor, 

Main Dist. 
Aquaforte, Ferryland Dist. 
Trepassey, Placentia & St. 

Mary's District. 
Ho)yrood, Placentia and St. 

Mary's District. 
Peter's River, Placentia and 

St. Mary's District. 
Riverhead, St Mary's, Plac. 

and St. Mary's Dist. 
Admiral's Cove, Plac. and 

St. Mary's Dist. 



Southern Bay. 

King's Cove to Amherst 

Cove, 
Trin. E. to Trin. (Motor) 
Trinity East to Southside 
Britannia Cove to Bur- 

goyne'.s Cove. 
Snook's Har. to Foster'* 

Point, Whiterock, etc. 
Foster's Pt to Clarenville 

Across Hickman's Har. 

Little Heaifs Ease, S.W. 

Random. 
At Bellvue. 
Harbor Giace, Southside 

to Northside. 
Coley's Point to Bay 

Roberts. 
Kitchuses to South Shore, 

C. B. 
Chapel's Cove to Duffs. 

Duffs to Chapel's Cove. 

Holyrood Arm. 

North Arm to Southside 

Holyrood. 
Afjuaforte to Fermeuse. 
West Side to Trepassey. 

Holyrood to Peter's River 

Peter's Riyer. 

South to North Side. 



Mussel Pond, St. Joseph'.s, 
Plac. & St. Mary's Dist. 

Salmonier, St. Joseph's, 
Plac. and St. Mary's Dist. 

North Harbor, via Colinet, 
Plac. and St. Mary's Diit. 



Admiral's Beach to Coli- 
net Island, and Mother 
Hex to Admiral's Cove. 

Acruss Mussel Pond. 



King's Landing to Mount 

Carmel. 
Across North River. 







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251 


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Ferrymen. 


Residence. 




Courf 


ie of Ferries. 



T. Hartson 

Ambrose Power 

Michael Sinnott . 

John McQrath 

Ed. Cunningham .. 

Robert Collins 

Wm. Courtney 

Timothy Connors . 

Abraham Senior .. 
Daniel Dober 
Michael Walsh 
Thoa. Farwell 
Michael Hanrahan . 

Wm. Tizzard 

John Hunt 

Joseph Mitchell 

Henry Hobau 
Edward O'Reilly .. 
Alphonsus Turpin. 

Martin Strang 
Charles Follett 
Joseph Lee 
Wilson White 

Eobt. Rideout 
Andrew Harris 
Michael Byrne 
Edward Bartlett . 



Rocky River, near Colinet, 

Plac. and St. Mary's Uist. 
Branch, Placentia and St. 

Mary's Dist. 
Placentia, Placentia and St. 

Mary's Dist. 
Beckford's River, Plac. and 

St. Mary's Dist. 
Placentia Sound, Plac. and 

St. Mary's Dist. 
Famish Cove, Plac. and St. 

Mary's District. 
Sound Island, Placentia and 

St. Mary's District. 
Clatise Cove, Placentia and 

St. Mary's Dist. 
Flat I.sland, Burin District. 
Spanish Room, do. 
Mortier Bay, do. 

Mortier liay, do. 

Little Bay, do. 

Butler's Cove, Mortier Bay, 

Burin Dist. 
Marystown, Mortier Bay, 

Burin District. 
Collins's Cove, Burin, Burin 

District. 
Streets, Burin District 
Corbin, Burin District 
Little St. Lawrence, Burin 

District. 
Lawn, Burin District 
Grand Beach, Burin Dist... 
Grand Bank, Burin Dist. . . 
Harbor Briton, Fortune Bay 

District. 



Do. 



do. 



Connaigre B, Fortune Bay 

District. 
Bay du Nord, Fortune Bay 

District. 
Coomb's Ce, Bay de L'eau, 

Fortune Bay District. 



Across Rocky River. 

Branch Gut, West to East 

Side. 
Jersey Side to Placentia 

proper (Motor Boat.) 
Across River. 

On Sound. 

Across Famish Oove. 

Sound Id to Woody Id. 

Across the Cove. 

Flat Island to Davis Id. 
Big Head, Mortier Bay. 
Across Little Bay. 
Across River, Mortier Bay 
Little Bay to Spanish 

Room. 
At Butler's Cove. 

North Side toSouth Side. 

Public Wbarf, Burin, to 

Step-a-side. 
Epworth to Path End. 
Across Corbin Harbor. 
Across Little St. Lawr'ce 

Across Lawn Barrisway. 
From Side to Side. 
At Little Baiachoix. 
Jersey Harbor, S.S., to 

Jersey Hr., N.S., thence 

to Harbor Briton. 
Harbor Briton S. Side 

to N. Side. 
Harbor Briton to Hermi- 
tage Cove. 
Across Bay du Nord. 

Coomb's Cove to Little 
Bay. 



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Ferrymen. 



Residence. 



Course of Ferries. 



Joseph Hackett 
ThoH. Bai nes, sr. . . 
Abraham Rose 

John Neal 

Mrs. Elvira Hay ward 

George Francis 

John Herritt 

James LeMoine 
John Herritt 



Samuel Yatcher .. 
Charles Hayward . , 
Thomas Matthews . 

John A. McDonald.. 
Joseph Benoit 
Wni. Mooie 



A. Mclnnis 
James Chaffey 

James Morris 

Baptiste Young 

Priam Power 

James Gillani 

Peter Benoit 

George Benoit 
John Moores 

James Davis 



English Hr. E, For. Bay Dis. 
Bay D'Espoir, For. Bay Dis. 
Little Bay, Fortune Bay, 

Fortune Bay District. 
LaPoile, Bur. & LaPoile Dis. 

Do. do. 

LaPlante, Burgeo& LaPoile 

District. 
Rose Blanche, Burgeo and 

LaPoile District. 
Do. do. 

Baker's Tickle, Rose 
Blanche, Burgeo and 
La Poile District. 

Burnt Islands, Burgeo and 

LaPoile Di.'-trict. 
Burnt Island, Rose Blanche, 

Burgeo & LaPoile Dist. 
Grand Bay, via Channel! 

Post Office, Buigeo and 

LaPoile District. 
Little River, Codroy, St. 

George District. 
(5rand River, Codroy, St. 

George District. 
Do. do. 



jeorge 



Highlands, St. (jeorge Dist. 
Crabbe'.s Biook, St. George 

District. 
Rdljiiivon's Head Brook, St. 

Geoige District, 
Fischell's Brook, St. G 

District. 
Sandy Point, St George 

District. 
Middle Barachoi.x, Carty- 

ville, St. George Dist. 
Little Barachoix Brook, S.S. 

St. (Te(jrge Dist. 
Flat Bay Bk, St. George Dis. 
Port an Port, St. George's 

District 
Curling, St. George District 



Across English Hr. East. 
Acro-^s Bay D'Espoir. 
Little Bay to Coomb's 

Cove. 
Across Little Harbor. 
Misery Pt. across (rt. Har. 
Across LaPlante Harbor. 

Grandy's Passage to Burin 
Island and Main. 

Harbor LeCou to Petites. 

Baker's Tickle to Hard- 
ing's Islaml. 

Harding's Har. to Stroud 
Tickle. 

Burnt Islands to N. W. 
Point. 

Main to Burnt Islands. 

Grand Bay to Port-aux- 
Basques Road. 

Little River, South to 

North Side. 
Grand River, Codrov, 

S. to N. Side. 
Grand River, Codrov, 

S. S. to N. S. Gut^. 
Acro.«s Highlands Brook. 
Across Ciabbe's Brook. 

Acrnss Robinson's Brook. 

Across Fischell's Brook. 

Sandy Point to S. Side. 

(.Mdtor Boat.) 
Across Midd'e Barachoix. 

Brook. 
Across Barachoix Brook,. 

S.S. Sandy Point. 
Aci-oss Flat Bay Brook. 

Mainland. 

Curling to Summerside, 
(Motor). 



Outport Road Boards. 253 

'Open door" to the largest general stock in the Colony. 



OUTPORT ROAD BOARDS. 

Xabradop— 

Blanc Sablon to VAnse an Clair — Wm. Dumaresq, Thos. Thompier, 
Francis Letto, John Thompier. 

Distpiot of St. Bapbe— 

1. Trout Eiver — Robert Braka, Israel Stickland, Abel Barnes, Isaac 
Hann, George C. Butt. 

2. Morris' Point, Bonne Bay — George Bugden, George E. Humber, 
Eli Clarke, George Hopkins, Isaac Caiues, junr., Joseph Kumbolt, John 
:Sams, senr. 

3. Rocktj Harbor — Mesheck Parsons, Samuel Payne, Alfred White, 
William Payne, Samuel Decker. 

4. Bonne Bay — Wm. S. Whclle.i, John E. Roberts, Jonathan Mercer, 
Wm. H. Mudge, Joseph Parsons, Jonathan Noel, Wm. Fogarty. 

5. Shoal Brook to Glenhurnie (both i?iclusivc ) — Robert Janes, Arch. 
F. Lalag, James Raike, ^^'illiam Geary, William Halfyard. 

6. Green's Point to Cow Head — James Endicott, Thomas Knot, Joha 
Ciilley, Absalom Decker, John Brake, Peter Payne, Eli Roberts. 

7. Cow Head to Parson's Pond (both inclusive) — James Payne, Israel 
Hutchings, Albert Payne, Wm. H. Parsons, Samuel C Payne. 

8. DanieVs harbor, including Belbnrns and Portland Creek — Abner 
Biggins, Henry J. House. Alfred Eison, Geo. Perry, James House, Mack 
House, A. L. Wentzell. 

9. King's Cove — Hanry House, Jesse Patey, Henry Shinnicks, Chas, 
Hewlin, John Ij. House. 

10. Port Saunders — Abraham House, James Ryan, Henry Rumbold, 
Michael Caines, E. L. Goff, A. Levers. 

11. Brig Bay ank Vicinity — J. F. Garreau, H. W. Coombs, Ambrose 
Kennedy, James Pittman, Ambrose Walsh, Richard Ajipleton, Thomas 
Caines. 

12. Currant /stewed— Nathaniel Taylor, John Toop, Daniel Dredge, 
Robert Taylor, Isaac Gibbons. 

13. Floiver's Cove — John Diamond, Eugene Walsh, Abraham Whelan, 
Thomas Gould, Israel Genge, jr., George Moores, E. J. Morrissey. 

14. Savage Cove to Eddie's Cove (inclusive) — John W. Noseworthy, 
John Way, George Cains, Thomas Mitchelmore, Geo. Mugford, Ambrose 
Coles, Thomas White, sr. 

15. Cook's Harbor, ivith jurisdiction from Cook's to Boat Harbor (in- 
clusive)— Aaxon Short, Henry Butt, Nathaniel Decker, Samuel Brad- 
Isury, Thomas Larkin, Theophilus Woodford. 

16. Ha Ha Bay — Henry Decker, Henry Adams, Thomas Elliott. 

17. Griguet (Dark Tickle to Little Brahaj—Renrj Weir, Simeon 
Hillier, Jacob Bursey, Joseph Biirsey, George Colbourne. 

18. Fortune (Griguet) Dark Tickle, ex., to L'Anseau Medee, inc.— 
Baxter Hillier, Duncan Bartlelt, Wm. H. Pynn, Isaac Bartlett, James 
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19. St. Antbony—\\m. T. Boyd, Fred. Ollerhead, Thos, Penney, 
I. T. Dean, Jolin liice. 

20. St. Anthonif Bight — William Pilgrim, sr., A. Pilgrim, Samuel 
Kinsella, lleory Dean, Edgar Penney. 

21 Goose Cove — Joseph Murrin, Geo. T. Noel, M. J. McDonald, Geo. 
Reid (Ireland Bight), \Vm. Elliot (Lock's Cove). 

22. St. Julians — Timothy McGrath, Jolin Bromley, Timothy Kear- 
ney, John Fitzpatrick, James Davis, sr., P. W. Bromley. 

23. Conche — B. Casey, J. Power, M. Casey, D. J. Flynu, J. D. Fitz- 
Gerald, J. P. 

24. Enrjlee — Eli Fillier, John Compton, Jacob Fillier. David Comp- 
ton, Albert Hancock. 

25. Canada //n/-Z»o/-.— William Clark, Michael Hynes, John Keeves. 

26. Hooping Harbor. — W. John Raadell, Samuel Randell, sr., Thos. 
"Parsons (Williamsport), Job Randell, Mark Randell. 

27. JIarbour Deep. — Peter Randell, Joliu Ptttman, George Newman, 
John Elgar, William Csssell, Albert Randell. 

28. North Side Wliitc Bay. — Thos. Weeks, John Ford, Jos. Combden, 
Alfred Pittman, James Ricks, Wm. A. Ralph, Alex. H. Wagner. 

29. Seal Cove, White Bag. — A. W. Watton, James Osborn, sr., Jas, 
Pollard. Thomas Pinkson, David Wells. 

30. South Side, White Bay — John Blanchard, sr., Thomas Rice, sr., 
Edward W. Breen, Alex. Hewitt, Alfred Banks, Robt. Gale, Joseph 
Ricketts. 

31. Fleiir de Lys. — Jeremiah Ford, Michael Lewis, Joseph Shea, 
Joseph Lewis, John Traverse. 

32. Coachmmi's Cove — John McCormack, Elias Philpot, John Downey 
James Stickless, Francis M. Downey. 

33. Pacquet N. E. — Wm. Norman, Henry Norman, John Mitchell. 

34. Pacquet, N. W. — James Pardy, Reuben Mercer, Wm. Sparkes. 
34a. Pacquet, S.W. — Eleazer Butler, J. P., Jacob Elms, Jas Regular. 

35. Brenfs Cove — John Carroll, Michael Martin, Toussaint Hynes, 
John Payne, Thomas Furey. 

36. La Scie—Wm. A. Toms, Geo. Morgan, Elias Budgell, John 
Glance, J. R. Toms. 

37. Groais Islands — Patrick Gardner, Anthony Gardner. 

38. St Barhe Islands — C. Greeuham, John Burton, A. Booth. 

Distpict of TwUlingrate - 

1. Shoe Cove Brook— Joh. Harding, Wm. Chipp, John T. Welshman, 
John Foster, John A. Guy. 

la. Shoe Cove Bight— Wm. Martin, John J. Robinson, Geo. Dicks, 
Rd. Newbury, jr., Samuel Newbury. 

2. Tilt Coyc— William M. Colbourne, Samuel Ball, Peter Fudge,- 
John Ludlow, Henry Mitchell (Caplin Cove), Robert Coombs, Geor<^e 
Conway, Wm. Winsor. ° 

S. Snook's Arm— Geo. Walshman, Peter Austin, Geo. Foss, Francis 
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4. Indian Burying Place — Samuel White, William H. Piowle, Esaii 
Adams, Keuaeth Prowle, Francis Bowers, W. White. 

5. Nipper's harbor — Charles Batstone, Wm. U. Milley, E. G. Starks, 
Joha DoUand, Simeoa Noble. 

6. Eastern Stockinrj Harbor to Rogue Harbor — William Giles, Sam'l. 
Giles, Samuel Rideout, John Hounsell, Thomas Hounsell, Ed. Fleming. 

7. N. W. Arm. Green Bai/ — Andrew Roberts, Lorenzo Mills, Samuel 
Young, Thoa. Dwyer, Wm. Roberts, Edward Flemming, John Thomas. 

8. King's Point, S. W. Arm, Green Bag— Esa.n Burt, Harry Col- 
bourne, Frederick Thistle, Wm. Matthews, Ezekiah Starks, Thomas 
Burt, Esau Toms, Esau Noble. 

9. Rattling Brook, S. W. Arm, Green Bag — Chas. Oake, Wm. Bud- 
gell, George Ciaippett, Enos Lxidlow, John R. Bartlett. 

10. Southern Arm, Green. Bttg — John Gillard, Jas. Gillard, Job Wells, 
John Dicks, Selby Verge, Farmeaas Kelly, Zachariah Webber. 

11. Jackson's Cove — Samuel A. Knight, Charles W. Batstone, John 
Batstone, Charles G. Strong, George Moores, 

12. Harry's Harbor—Juhn W. White, Elisha Evans, Robt. Upwards, 
Reuber Barker, Lot King. 

13. Three Arms — D. Strong, James Norris, Fred. Strong, Job Wells. 

14. Wild Bight— J oasithsia Young, Edward Brown, Albert Young, 
Robert Young. 

15. Little Bay Mines — Wm. Walker, Thomas Dennihey, Jas. White, 
James Walsh, Tlios. Colbourae, George Carpenter, Joseph Ridout, Wm. 
Lush, Richard Penny. 

16. St. Patrick's— Joseph Colbourne, John Mercer, Edward Bower, 
William Mercer, jr., Solomon Warren, John Baker, Richard McDonald, 
Thomas R. Bouzan, John Walker. 

17 Springdale—HeaTy Clarke, Samuel Clarke, Herb. Wells, Henry 
Oxford, Jonn Butt. 

18. Little Bay Island — Geo. Jones, Job Wiseman, Frank Weir, 
Frank Locke, George Anstey, Oliver Jones, Elisha Hustins. 

19. Soulinns Coye.— Elisha Hutchings, Elisha Hoskins, J. Hull, Esau 
Campbell, Ed. W^r, Wm. Roberts, James Wiseman; John Hibbs. 

20. Woodford's Cove — Wm. Snow, Charles Budden, George Locke, 
Israel Locke. 

21. Little Ward's Harbor— Joseph Saunders, John Thoms, George 
Saunders, Uriah Dicks, Enos England, Kenneth Weir, Jonas Saunders. 

22. Boot Harbor— Simeon Thistle, Jacob Taylor, Esau Taylor, Alfred 
Wiaemun. 

23. Robert's Arm—C. W. Warr, Mark Rowsell. 

24. Ward's Harbor— D. J. Rowsell, George Ryan, George Rowsell, 
John Burton. 

25. Cutwell .4rm— John Ridout, James Croucher, Daniel Ridout, 
Samuel Croucher, Kenneth K. Short. 

2,6. Lush's Bight— Peter Parsons. Peter Brook-, Azarilla Roberts, 
Arthur Parsons, William Roberts. 



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27. Dark Tickle— iose^^h Fudge, Frank E. Fudge, Jas. Fudge, WiUie 
Purchase, Frank Eudge. 

•28. Little Triton — W. Enstrege, W. Vincent, Joseph Winsor. 

29. Wellvian's Cove, Cobb's Cove, Paddock's Bight, Jerry's Rarbor 
{Sunday Cove Island) — George Norraore, Elias Wellman, Chas. Locke* 
Isaac Fudge, Wm. Wellman, Josiah Hewlitt, Henry Short, Levi Colls. 

30. Troytnirn — Obadiah Winsor, John Williams, Andrew Winsor, 
John Budgell, Samuel Newman. 

31. Newtoxun, Sunday Cove Island^ Esau Hewlitt, Jaspei Reid, 
Robert Burton, Charles Martin. 

32. Hales Bay, North Side — (ieorge Grant, Martin Williamson, 
John Butt. 

33. Pilley's Island — Joiin Anthony, sr., Amazia Gay, Edgar Mills, 
Samuel Anthony, John Shearing. Joseph Blackmore. 

34. Head Harbor— li. W. Fudge, William Watkins, George Pride. 
William Pittman, Maurice White. 

35. Card's Harbor — Thomas Roberts, George Roberts, Jas. Vincent, 
John Roberts, Joseph Lush. 

36. Sopp's Island— Solomon Penney, Ebenezer Wear, Albert Penney, 
John Snow. 

37. Glover's Harbor~Le\i Rowsell, John Marsh, Robt. Ward, Joseph 
Bowsell, James Marsh. 

38. Leading Tickles East—G. H. Andrews, Patrick Cook, M. A. But- 
ler, M. C. Alcock, James Butler, Robert Alcock. 

39. Leading Tickles JFcs^— Pearce Newman, Noah Chippett, Israel 
Rowsell, G. H. Haggett, George NVhealao. 

40. Badger Z?«y— Thomas J. Glavine, Stephen Head, Denis Cook, 
Peter Molloy, Martin Head. 

41. Fleuries Bight- Joseph Rice, George Pearce, Peter Mitchell, 
Terence Kennedy, William Joseph Bugdell, John Kennedy. 

42. New Bciy—J&coh Moores, David Spencer, Walter Yates, William 
T. Boone, Peter Mootes. 

43. iV. W. Arm, New Bay— Xmbrose Osmond, Fred. B. Moore, John 
Thomas Boone, Thomas White, William White. 

44. S. W. Arm, New Bay-J. S. Andrews, S. Cooper, H. M. An- 
drews, Jonas Rice, Ed. Cooper. 

45. South Arm, New Bay— Vetei Rolf, Robert Rolf, Jacob Rudge, 
George Thompson, George Sheppard. 

46. .S". E. Arin, New Bay— Adolphus Yates, George White, George 
Boone, Samuel Wall, Jacob Hustins. 

47. Fortune Harbor— John Carey, Matthew Glavine, William Quirk, 
David Glavine, James Carroll, John Davis, Jos. Byrne, Denis Glavine. 

48. Waldron's Coce— Lawrence Lyver, Edward Lyver, Peter Byrne, 
John Lyver. j > j » 

49. Charles' Brook— Jos. Hutchings, D. Downton, Josiah Purchase. 
^ 50. Exploits— J. Manuel, James M. Lacey, A. Butt, Josiah Dart, 
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51. Swan Island — James Wells, Zephauiah Wells, George Dawe. 

52. Northern Arm, Botivood — W. Evans, P. Manuel, H. Longdon. 

53. Badger Brook — J. D. Coleman, Edgar Penney, Benjamin Butt, 
H. S. Crowe, H. W. Cole. 

54. Peter'' s Arm (with jurisdiction from Hanrock's Bridge to Domino 
Point) — William Lidstone, Harris Haytor, Thomas Delley, Jonathan 
Higgins, Cha/les Way. 

55. Little Burnt Bai/ — J. W. Froud, James Snow, Noah Ball, Hubert 
Brett, Samuel Pelley. 

56. Botwood — trcorge Squires, Henry Shejipard, Clement Hutchings, 
Thomas Peyton. 

57. Norris' Arm — George Ryall, John Ryan, Thomas McDonald, 
Alf. S. Hopkins, Samuel Walton, sr., Fred. Perry, Ed. McDonald. 

58. Norris' .Irm, iV. .S". — Geo. Hallett, Isaac Stuckless, Alfred White, 
Wm. T. Langsden, Alf. Minchington, Wm. Melviu, (4eorge T. Ovens. 

59. Burnt Arm — Stanley LeDrew, Jacob Hussey, Wm. NVoolridge, 
James Ludlow, Benjamin Elliott. 

60. Laurcnceton — Parmenas Browu, Jolm Manuel, Amos Brown, 
Philip Dalton, Moses Lidstone. 

61. Scissor s Core — Absalom Chalk, Abraham Chalk, Thomas Clark, 
James Snow, John Pardy, David Ball, Mark Anstey. 

62. Lewisporte — Robert H. Boone, John Noseworthy, John Freake, 
Joseph Jure, Robert Woolfrey, Robert Small. 

63. Western Head, Whale's Gulch, and Salt Pond — Joseph Bursey, 
Robert Rowsell, Thomas Jewer, Andrew Manuel, Edward Hodnott, Mark 
Rideout, Azariah Jones, John Rideout. 

B4. MichaeVs Harbor — William Lush, Allan Rndden, John Clancey, 
John Lush, Timothy Pilley. 

65. Camphellton — Samuel Harvey, James Hillier, George Vineham, 
M. Janes, John Fox. 

66. Loon Bay—H. W. Manuel, Thomas Hicks, George Breaton, sr., 
Levi White. 

67. Birchy Bay — Samuel Mews, Thomas Canning, Joseph Quinlan, 
John Canning, Richard Mews, Basil Osmond. 

68. Comfort Cove — James Rose, John Rose, John Head, ISIoses Head, 
J. M. Eveleigh. 

69. CottelVs Island— \\. H. Philpots, Samuel King, Zebedee Flight, 
Frederick Poole, Samuel Ridout. 

69a. Luke's Arm— Kenneth Ridout, Chas. Froud, Parmenas Ridout. 

70. Black Island— J a.mefi Primmer, William Potter, William Dorey, 
Peter Frampton, Martin Hauuefant. 

71. Satnson's Islccnd— Stephen Janes, Samuel Potter, John Baker, 
J. George Gates, Thomas Welier. 

72. Farmer's Ar»i— Elijah Wheeler, George Gates, Obadiah Wheeler, 
William Small, Joseph Wheeler. 

73. Little Chance Rarbor—JsLmes Jones, Robt. T. Jennings, Matthias 
Wall, P. Noel, Joseph W. Bartlett. 



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74. Morcton's Harbor — Ambrose Brett, Jas. French, Reuben Small,^ 
Edward Woolfreys, Aug. Brett, John Taylor, jr., Mark Ridout, Az. Jones, 

75. Tizzard's Harbor— Joseph Osmond, Mark Burt, William For- 
ward, Thomas Burt, Titus Locke. 

76. Virgin Arm — John B. Stoukley, Joseph Hicks, Joseph Bourden, 
Eli Hann. 

77. Friday s Bay — Frederick Sansome, Noah Wheeler, Jas. Gillard, 
Isaac Earle, David Rice, Alexander Sansome, John Mahaney. 

78. Trump Island — Samuel Keefe, Frederick J. Boyd, S. J. Smith,. 
James ^Villa^, Thomas Smith. 

79. Carter's Cove — Ambrose W. Burt, Thomas Burt, John Farr. 

80. Twillinriate — George Guy, Philip Young, Philip Freeman, Amos 
Rossiter, Frederick House, James Hodder, William Churchill, Albert 
LiiiHeM, Edward White, Archibald Borden, Henry Granville. Georgfe 
Roberts (^\'ild Cove). 

81. Hcrriny Acck — Francis Miles, John Hussey, Wm. Miles, Edwin 
Kearley, James Crossley. 

82. Merritfs Harbor— EMja-h Powell, Samuel Langdon, Elij. Elliott. 
S3. Pike's Arm — Henry Walley, James Burton, George Way, Henry 

Cutler>s. 

84. Boyd's Cove—George Mercer, Patrick Clair, Richard Pope, James 
Wells. 

85. Beaverton — David Barrett, Benjamin Roberts. 

86. Beaver Cove — John Day, John Peckford, George Mercer, senr., 
Samuel Elliott, Gideon Day, Joseph Bennett. 

87. Horwood, N. S. — William Hodder (James), James Hodder, Abel 
Hodder. 

88. trlemcood—W. B. Temple, Lionel Hynes, John Osmond, Davi(J 
Blackmore. 

Dlstpict of Fogro — 

1. horwood, S. .S^.— Robert Pike, William Cull, Samuel Simmonds,. 
Abijah Purchase, Reuben Penney. 

2. Change Islands— W'dlter J. Torraville, Thos- W. McGinn, Charles 
Fancy, Arthur Scammell, Thomas Torraville, senr., Sydney D. Cook^ 
James White. 

4. Island Harbor— Johu Ford, Wm. Butt, Martin Barnes, Bernard 
McKenna, Patrick Butt. 

4. Fogo—Ezekiel Ludlow, George Biguell, George Elliott, Thomas 
Dwyer, John Miller, junr., James Loder, Robert Irish, Hubert Oake, 
Alfred Pope. 

5. Barrd Islands— George Foster, Aaron Watkins, Jas. Ford, Elijah 
Cull, John Fennimore, James Cull, Richard Goodwin. 

6. Joe Bait's Arm— Amhiose Collin, John Jacobs, Jas. Coffin, Georg© 
Miller, Peter Penton, James Beasant, Charles Freake. 

7. Tilton Harbor— J. Burke, P. J. Brien, C. Lane, Peter Braudera, 
C. Greene, E. Sandy, C. Walsh, F. Mahoney, James Foley. 



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8. Little Foffo Island — David Harrigau, James Cobb, John Duun, 
Edward Taylor, James Pearce. 

9. Seldom-Come-By — Frederick D. Scott, Win. John Harnett, George 
Kowe, Henry Anthony, Tlieopliilus Dawe, Alan Rowe (Martin), Jordan 
Penney. 

10. Indian Islands — Thos. VV. Coish (Alfred), Eli Sheppard, Lorenzo 
Collins, William Penney, senr., George Sheppard, Jesse Perry, Lemuel 
Hoddinott. 

11. Gander Bai/, N. S. — Arthur Burden, Edward Francis, Thomas 
Francis, Maurice Thistle, Robert Gillingham (of George), Benj. Gilling- 
hara, jr., Simon Snow, Arthur \V. Burden, Robt. Gillingliam (of Robt.) 

12. Gander Bai/, S. S. — James Hodder, Artiiur Hodder, William 
Eastman, John Harris, jr., Adam Lane, Artliur Blake. 

13. lictoria Cove — Walter B. Torravillc, James Oake, Benjamin 
Ludlow, Charles Bursey, Andrew Bursey. 

14. Frederickton — John Bndden. Wm. Wheaton, sr., Chas. Wheaton, 
senr., Jonas Brentou, Moses Wheaton. 

15. Carman ihHc — Willis Talk, George Ellsworth, Sam. Breustone, 
jr., John West, Edwin Tulk, George Harbin, sr., John Cuti (of Geo). 

16. Carma7iviUe, North — George Blackwood, Kenneth Hicks, Elias 
Chalk, Alfred Hicks, Eli West, (ieorge Butt, Israel Hicks, jr. 

16a. Noggin Cove — Wm. Goodyear, Hubert Collins, John Pennell, 
Azariah Parsons, George Pennell. 

17. Ladle and Apseij Coves — Edward T. Tulk, Henry Chalk, Bertram 
Tulk, Thomas West, Benjamin Tulk, Noah Smith. 

19. Miisgrave Harbor — William Whiteway. jr., Nicholas Goodyear, 
Levi Whiteway, John Pinsent, George Whiteway. 

19. Doting C'oi'c— Thomas Dyke, Eli Hicks, Solomon N. Abbott, 
James Hicks, Lionel Hicks, Solomon Abbott, sr., Joseph Cuff. 

20. Cat Harbor — Stephen Hatcher, Wm. Parsons (of Rich.), Jonathan 
Parsons, Henry Butt, Wesley Howell, Simeon Parsons, Tobias Parsons, 
George Gibbons, Hiram Gibbons. 

Distplct of Bonavlsta— 

1. Cape Frccls — Jacob Stokes, Esau Stagg, Abel Hillier, Job Hum- 
phries, Jonas Humphries. 

2. Pinchard's Island— Alheit Gill, William Hounsell, Hubert Black- 
more, George Perry, Richard Hounsell. 

3. A^eif<OM-a— Stanley Gill, Wm. Tulk, Tobias Howell, Jacob Black- 
more, George Tuff. 

4. Found Cove— Thoa. Green, John Hounsell, Robert Sturge, Joseph 
Howell, Josiah Hounsell. 

5. Wesley ville — David Winsor (of Geo,), Kenneth Andrews, Elijah 
Mullett, Darius Tiller, Robert Best. 

6. Brookfield — A. Davis, Nathaniel Gaulton, Arthur Roberts, senr.,. 
Garland Gaulton, Edgar Roberts. 

7. F«^Zey/eW— Abraham Stratten, Samuel Stratten, Robert Green 
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8. PooVs Island — Louis Weeks, Obadiah Spurrell, William J. Knee, 
Nathaniel Kelloway, Walter Dalton. 

9. Safe Harbor — Kenneth Attwood, John Boorne, Henry Granter, 
Ernest Burry, Louis Dyke. 

JO. Badger Quaji — Frederick Hoskins, .John Spurrell, Jesse Spurrell, 
John Cross, John D. Spurrell. 

11. Greenspond — Nathaniel Granter, .lames B. (iranter, Thomas 
Wornell, Stephen Stratton, David Carter (Newell's Island). 

12. Loo Core — Hn<;h White, Thomas White. Fred. White, Edward 
Blackwood, }'«ter Hicks. 

13. Middle Brook — George Hender, Hedley Lush, Ezekiel (moulding, 
j\braham Pritchett, Samuel Pritchett. 

24. Shambler's Gove — .\rthur Vivian, Henry Vivian, Frederick Stagg, 
William Stagg, Samuel Bragg, William Ford. 

1,5. jVe^r //(fr/*o;-— Eli Collins, Daniel Holloway, Samuel Keats, Job 
'Collins, Kenneth Kates. 

16. Fair Island — Edwin Noseworthy, Matthias Rogers, John Rogers, 
seur. , Albert Hunt, William Noble. 

17. Shrtlloirai/ Core — I'atrii'k Fitzgerald, .John Croke, Martin Fur- 
Ionj(, Joseph Turner, \\'illiam Knox, Nicholas Byrne, Joseph Kyan. 

18. St. Brendan's — Patrick Aylward, John Turner, James Bridge- 
man, Philip Beresford, James J. Mackey. 

19. Burnt Island — Thomas McDonald, James Kelly, Bernard Kelly, 
Frank Kelly, Thomas Kelly. 

20. Gooseherrij Island — Avalon House, El. Wells, Ralpli Parsons, 
Abraham Warren, Alpheus House. 

21. Deer Island — Samuel Feltham, George Feltham, John Feltham, 
Arthur Rogers, Elijah Feltham. 

22. Hare Bay — Samuel Collins, Joseph Wells, Martin Ford, Samuel 
Collins (Shoal Bay), Arthur Vivian. 

23. Mint Brook — Simeon Osmond, Andrew Kelly, Peter Sullivan' 
James Beresford, Peter Cashin, Samuel Kelly, Peter White. 

24. G^rtwifto— Thomas Cnrran, Patrick Cashin, Patrick Aylward, M. 
Beresford, Thomas Moss. 

25. Cape, Island — Jacob Andrews, George Vincent, Louis White, 
Samuel Andrews, Eugene Vincent. 

26. Samson —'Soah Ralph, Edward Butt, William Kelligrew, William 
Blake, Arthur Cheater. 

27. Alexander 5ny— Victor Roach, John Whelan, Fk. Dyke, Walter 
Ducey, Louis Briffett, Walter LeDrew, William Sweetapple. 

28. Salvage Bay and St. Chad's— Joseph H. T. Moss, J. W. Dyke, 
'George Hunter, G. W. Squires, Jabez Ball. 

29. Squid TieUe— Alphens Oldford, Henry H. Hunter, John Lane, 
Allan Bradley, Samuel Lane. 

30. Salvage—Arthnt Brown, A. J. Brown, John Burden, senr., Job 
Stead, Allan Brown, John F. Lane, George B. Oldford. 

31. Happy Aduenture—EM Powell, William Turner, Reuben Dyke, 
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32. Charlottetoivn — Alex. Spracklin, William P'ord, William Abbott, 
W. H. Spracklin, Archibald Clarke. 

33. Port Blandford — S. K. Oakley, Alan Stares, Arthur Sharpe, 
William Hobbs, William Harris. 

34. Bunyriii's Cove — William White, Josejih Martin, Isaac Hussey, 
Andrew Hobbs, Richard Oldford, James Burry. 

35. Cnnniiifj's Cove — John ISimmonds, John Pitts, Hy. T. Chatman, 
Thomas Penney, E, L. Chatman. 

36. Bloomficld — Elijah Reader, Alfred Sexton, George Reader, John 
Fifield, Dougald Strathie. 

37. Miisgravetoivn — Alfred Saint, Elias Browu, juur., James Little, 
Charles A. Oldford, John A. Greening. 

38. Brooldyn West — J. Diamond, James Oldford, Thomas Smart, 
J. Pardy Andrew Lethbridge. 

39. Brooldyn East — A. B. Stares, William Pye, W. J. Stares, Henry 
G. Chalk, Arcliihald Benuett. 

40. Portland — John Handcock, John Ivany, James Holloway, John 
Ash, James Pike. 

41. Javtcstown — Robert J. Haines, John Blundon, Henry Pike, Jacob 
Taylor, Walter Ricketts. 

42. Seal Core Point and Otterbury Head -Jas. McCormack, William 
Quinton (of John), James Quinton, John Prince, Sinclair Wicks. 

43. Sweet Bay — John Maloney, Ed. D. Malouey, Stephen Maloney, 
John Dooley, Samuel Walker. 

44. Southern Bay — James McCormack, Frederick Russell, Henry 
Quinton, Sinclair Weeks, James Ryan. 

45. India?) Arm — Ed. Humby (of Henry), Joseph Fry, Absalom Fry, 
John Greening, Michael Hollahau, William Brennan, Nicholas Gushue. 

46. Plate Cove — ]M. F. Kehoe, Pierce Haney (of Patrick), N. Chee- 
vers, John Furlong (of James), Patrick Kehoe. 

47. Open Hall — James Gould, Robert Gould, James Barker (of Jos.), 
John Moss (of George), Jolin Moss (of John). 

48. Red Cliff — John Quinton, John Ryan, James Boweu, Jacob 
Quinton, John Hobbs. 

49. Tickle Cove — lohn Cross, Charles W. Lane, Thomas White, sr., 
Samuel Legge, Jolin Kelly. 

50. Keels — Abraham Hobbs, Joseph Wheeler, Frederick Penney, 
Thomas Yetman, James Chaimian. 

51. Broad Cove — Thomas Carew, senr., James Matthews, Jas. Cash, 
John Carroll, and James Tobin. 

52. King's Cove — Jon Barrett, James Brown (of John), Edward Sul- 
livan, Joseph Curtis, James L. Ryan. 

53. Stock Cove — Edward Brennan, Patrick Mahoney, Thomas Walsh, 
Maurice Walsh, L. Gallaher. 

54. KnigJit's Core — Patrick Walsh, Patrick Ricketts, Jas. Ricketts, 
William Carew, William Ricketts. 

55. Neivnuuts Cove — Alexander Rolls, Joseph Abbott, John Abbott, 
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56. Amherst Com — William Brown, Albert Ford, Walter IJeager, 
John Benger, Eli Cole. 

57. Boimvista — ^ohn Abbott (of Thomas), .lames Ford, Richard 
Groves, John Shelley, William White (of Fhil.j. 

Dlstplct of Trinity— 

1. Spillfir's Cove — John P^leniin;,' (of Wm.), Thomas Fleming, senr., 
Alfred Tremlett, Thomas Fleming (of John), Robert Street (of James), 
John Fisher. 

2. Ellistoii—Joh Coles, Job Baker, George Rendell, Garland Porter, 
Robert Hobbs, John Hie-ks, William Martin. 

3. Little C(tfaliim — George Dalton, Thomas Carpenter, James E. 
Johnson, Tliomas Steed, Thomas Day. 

4. Catalina — John D. Mason, William White, junr., John Burgey, 
James Shepnard, William Hicks, Thomas Sutton, Thoraai Russell, senr., 
James Edgecom))e, senr., Edward Murf)hy. 

5. J/f/y-oic— James G. Donovan, Edward Lane. Philip Peters (John), 
Edward Duggan, John Dooley, John Feehan. 

6. English Harbor— Mark Wells, Gilbert Bugdeu, Charles Penney, 
Alexander Barnes, Martin Pottle, George Ivany. 

7. C'/(rt7?i^«.cy*— William Day, John J. Rendell (of George), Robert 
Gosse, Mark Dewling, Frederick Gosse, George Uwen, Edwin Wells. 

8. Port liexton—Joha Gujjpy, John Baily, Adam R. Randell, Henry 
Butler, Michael Power, John Ivauy. 

9. Trinity £■«.?«— Matthew Evilly, John Jones (of Jonas), William 
Watts, Richard Jones, PMward Lawlor, Thomas Fowlow, John Hogarth. 

10. Tr(« (7 (/—Robert Morris, John Coleridge, Charles Morris, John 
Woolridge, William Locke, Frank Wiseman, Mark Hurdle, John Brown, 
Patrick Eagan. 

11. Old Bo}iaventure — Jon&tha.n Pitcher, Abram Pitcher, Robert 
House, Alexander Pitcher, Timothy Bailey, William Stone. 

12. Neip Bonaventii re— George Feild, Henry Miller, Joseph Miller, 
Thomas Bailey, Frederick Miller, Moses Hyde, Ephvaim King, Joseph 
Miller, Walter Vivian. 

13. British Harbor— J. E. C. Gardner, Leander Gardner, William 
Anderson, George Gardner, EdM-ard Leonard, John Whitty, James Leo- 
nard, Richard Leonard, Henry T. Clarke, Philip V. Vokey. 

14. Ireland's Eye— 'WiWia.m G. Hodder, Eli Toop, junr., James Toop, 
Charles Kelly, junr., George Ivany. 

15. Deer Harbor— Edvfa.rd T. King, Jesse Crocker, John G. Penney, 
"William J. King, John Evilly. 

16. r/io/-o«(////«re— Nathaniel Mills, James Brown, John Mills. 

17. Burgoyncs Cove — William Phillips, Jubal Phillips, Alfred J. 
Ivany, Arthur Carberry, Levi Rodgers Elijah Froud. 

„..„}8- Mom-ve-^-.mma,une\ Stone, junr., William Reid, John Stone, 
\\ illiam Duitett, Edward Sinclair. 

19. White i^ocA,— Edmund Frampton, Ronald Stone, Alex Dalton 

20. Harcourf-iiimeoa Strong, William J. Barrett, Dugald White, 
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21. George's Brook — William Adanis, Fred. Pelley, Simeon Adams, 
<Caleb Stanley, Albert J. Pilley. 

22. Snook's Harbor — William J. Loder, Robert liandell, John T. 
^mith, James Baker, junr., Alan Smith. 

23. Britannia— Thomtis Currie, Robert l.aite, William Cooper, Edgar 
Walters, William Ivauy, John Stone, John Barridge. 

24. Hickman's Harbor — Benjamin Martin, Wesley Martin, Alfred 
Martin, Stephen Bluuden. 

25. Lady Cove — Hay ward Burt, Charles Soper, Herbert Pelley. 

26. Foster's Point — William Miller, Eli Stanley, Noah George, John 
•Gooby, f3enr., William Adey. 

27. Elliott's Cove — Archibald Smith, James Blundon, Eli Maidment, 
John Gooby, Samuel Walters. 

28. Shoal harbor — Malcolm Stanley, Louis Stanley, Wm. Cleach. 

29. Clarenvillc — John Adey, Jacob C. Adey, Joseph Baggs, junr. 

30. Adeytown — Robert Adey, Edward Adey, Simeon Adey, Samuel 
Hansford, Simeon W. Adey. 

31. Northern Bight — Albert House, Joseph Green, Amos Snelgrove, 
Alan Benson, Alexander Churchill, James Styles, junr., James Brewer. 

32. Hatchet Cove and St. i, ones' Within — Eleazer Robbins, John 
Bishop, John Tucker, Matthias King, Elijah Price. 

33. Queen's Cove — George Butt, Elisha Gregory, James Baker, James 
Oooby. 

34. Long Beach — George Vey, Thomas Gosse, George Burfitt, Eleazer 
Avery. 

35. Hodge's Cove — Isaac J. Smith, Archibald Curtis, Jacob Smith, 
Arthur W. Smith, Joseph Whelan. 

36. Little heart's Ease — Jonah Stringer, William M. Shaw, George 
Martin, Thomas Spurrell. 

37. Fox Harbor — Thomas Pond, Thomas Smith, Edward Seward. 

38. Heart's Ease — William Flynn, Peter Seward, jr., George Smith. 

39. St. Jones' Without — James Hiscock, Samuel Green, Caleb Green. 

40. Bay Bulls Arm — Mark Rockwood, Thomas Parsons, Archibald 
Peddle, Joseph Snook (of Robt.), Archibald Hopkins, James Hutchings. 

41. Chance Cove — John Peddle, Thomas Peddle, Samuel Rowe, Em- 
manuel Smith, W^illiam HoUett. 

42. Bellevue — John Fahey, Thomas Pinsent, Patrick Lynch, Owen 
McCarthy, Ambrose Ralph. 

43. Collier's Bay Cove — Uriah Thorne, Thos. Thorne, Uriah Bantem. 

44. Norma7i's Core— Joshua Warren, Caleb White, senr., Samuel 
Newhook, Thomas White, Caleb White, jr. 

45. Chapel Ann — Ben. Warren, sr , E. Pretty, Sam. Warren, jr.; 
John Smith, Chas. Warren, Wm. Cooper. 

46. Dildo — Albert George, John Moore, Victor Moore, Samuel J. 
Pretty, Thomas Moore, J ohn Peddle. 

47. New Harbor— J&mes W. Hillier, William Sooley, George Craa- 
ford, Robert W. Woodman, Martin Higdon. 



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48. Hopeall — Joha King, Henry Mayne, Henry George. 

49. Greens Harbor — Josiali Taylor, William Day, Simeon Cooper, 
John Rowe, Enoch Keid. 

.50. Whiteivay — Moses George, Elias Bishop, jr., Alex. Walker. 

51. Cavendish — Harrison Bryant, John H. Critcb, Jabez Jackson, 
E. J. Les'ge, Eli Jackson. 

52. Islington — Israel Walsh, James Chislett (of Frederick), Elias 
Chislett. James Chislett (of Noah). 

53. Heart" s Delight — Garrett Bryant, Edmund Ellis, Samuel Crocker, 
Hubert Harnum, Japhet Sooley, Stephen H. Crocker, Henry Frost. 

54. Heart's Desire — George Leahy, Edward Crocker, Joseph Lahey, 
William Groves, Patrick Clarke. 

55. Heart's Content — Charles R. Rendell, Richard Barrett, Reuben 
George, Martin Rowe, Abraham Rowe, Mark Howell, George Bonner, 
Reuben Rowe, sr., George Babstock. 

56. New Pcrlican—liohert J. Matthews, Jaaob Fiercey, Jacob Penson, 
George Penney, Samuel Pittmau. 

57. TurJc's Core- Jeremiah Conway, Terence Moore, Thomas Ryan, 
Michael Harty, Charles Scott. 

58. JVinterton — Jacob Parrott, Frederick George, Edmund Follett, 
John P. Green, Peter Hindy, Robert Hindy, sr. 

59. Hunt's Harbor— Simeon Hopkins, ^\'m. Stickland, Germon Short, 
Simeon Green, jr., Samuel Ellis. 

60. New Chelsea— Vr&nk Harris, Frank Single, William Button, Eli 
Belbia. 

61. New M el bo ti r nc— Elisha. Button, John C. Mansfield, Sam. Wood- 
land, Ambrose Harris. 

62. Broirnsdalc—Uj. W. Strong, Archibald Austin, Abel Armstrong. 

63. Sibley's Cove— Azariah Sparks, Augustus Sparks (of Abm), Step. 
Adey. 

64. Whithourne and Blake town— George Sparks, John ^^'alsll, Thos. 
Noseworthy, Arch. Brown, John C. Smith. 

District of Bay-de- Verde - 

1. Old Perlican—\\'aliet (Jramm, Stephen Burt, George Button, John 
Hopkins, Moses Pike, jNIalcolm Rodgers, Abraham Fronde, Josh. Barrett. 

2. DanieVs Cow— William Howard, John Kelly. 

3. Grate's Cowe— Ananias Norris, Azariah King, James Martin, John 
Vey, John Avery. 

4. Red Head Cowe— Pat. Quinlan, Patrick Hyde, Cornelius Hogan. 

5. Low Poi?!.^— Michael Dee, Thomas Fleming, Michael Power.'' 

6. Bay de Verde -Edward Moore (of Jas.), Moses Blundon (Henry) 
•Thomas Riggs (of Andrew), Joseph Keats, Henry Thomas Riggs. 

7. Caplin Co ye— John S. Butt, Jonn Reynolds, James Rey^nolds. 

8. Lower Island Cove-Herbert Sparkes, Robert Rogers, Chas. Reed, 
Benjamin iMorris, Benjamin Snelgrove, Philip S. Cooper, Philip Shano! 
James Lewis, Samuel Gilhngham. 



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9. JoVs Coye— Caleb Tliorae, Audrew Colford, Edward F. Murphy. 

10. Burnt Point — Edward Tucker, Jolin Weeks, Josiah Weeks, 
Edwin Milley. 

11. Gull Island — Timothy McCann, Philip McCann, Juo. Stockwood. 

12. Northern Buij — John McCarthy, .Joseph Hogan, William .Jacobs, 
Kichard Woodtine (of Elias), Albert Day. 

13. Western JSay— Edward Crummey, James Dalton, Willis P. King, 
Robert B. Penney, William Coish, Thomas Milley. 

14. Broad Cove North — Edwin fc'quires, Jabe/ Moores, Thos. For- 
rristal, Levi Moores, Joseph Evans. 

15. Broad Core South — Matthew King, George Francis, Ambrosia 
Thistle, Thomas Iving, sr., Henry Trickett, Thomas Clarke, George Cox, 

16. Pcrrifs Cove to Salmon Cove — Arthur Kelloway, William Thomas 
Swain, Michael Slade, Terence Butt, John Rose Kelloway. 

17. Fresh u-afer^Wm. H.Joyce, Albert Pike, Francis Evilly, Elea^r 
Davis, Richard Clarke. 

District of Carboneap— 

1. Victoria FiWajre- -Henry Burke, William Ash, Samuel Westcott. 

2. Carhonenr — Nathaniel Taylor, Kenneth McCarthy, John Knox, 
Joseph Dooley, Joshua Ash, Edward Chipman, John Lyte, Jos. Osmond, 
Wm. Powell, Francis Branstield. 

.3. ^[nsquito — Patrick Haw, John W. Taylor. 

District of Harbor Grace— 

1. Harbor Grace (Proper) — Edmund Rogers, Daniel Fitzgerald, Step. 
Bray, John Sheppard (of George), liobert Lilly, George Pike, William 
Hennessey, John Sheridan, sr., Ed. Guilfoyle, George Bradbury, James 
Foley. 

2. Harbor Grace, S. S. — Edmund Taylor, Moses Yetman, James 
Yetman, Edward Sullivan, William T. Noel, Thomas Farrell. 

3. Bryant's 60 re— Henry Noseworthy, Linus Hayse, William Babb, 
John Noel, Henry Yetman. 

4. Upper Island Core— W. M. Young, John Reid, John Lundrigan, 

A. Drover, Wm. Greely, Sol. Jones, Rev. F. Smart, J. T. Jones. 

5. Bishops Cove— John Smith (of John), Josiah Menchious, William 
Smith (of Isaoc), Arnold Smith, William Smith (of Wm.). 

6. jTiZ^oH— Stephen Gosse (of Sol.), John Fitzgerald, Wm. Chipman, 
Jonathan BroAvu, J. Jeanes. 

7. Spaniard's iJrty— John Sheppard (of John), Moses Gosse (of Rich.), 
Josiah Sheppard (of ' Henry), Nathaniel Gosse (of Nathaniel), Thomas 
Ryan, Philip Vokey, Josiah Gosse (of Nathaniel), John M. Seymour. 

8. Shearstown—John Mercer (of John), Moses Earle (of George), Ed. 
French, Michael Butler, Isaac Saunders. 

9. liay Roberts— yVm. G. Mercer (of Samuel), Jesse Mercer, Ed. 
Parsons, Charles Snow (of Ed.), Matthew Fitzpatrick, Thomas Norman, 
Ed. Sparks (of John), Samuel Mercer (of William), John Delaney (Jos,), 

B. North. 



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10. Cdinilrii llodd, Buy rnbcrts — Ed. French (of Alex.), Jas. Mercer, 
of James, Robert Bradbury (of Charles), Azariah Kussell, Wm. Delaney. 

11. Colei/sFol/it — Jacob Mor^jjan (of Abraham), Charles French (of 
Ed.], Robert Badcock (of Esau), Henry Greenlaud (of George), William 
Parsous (of Willian]). 

District of Port-de-Grave - 

1. Port tie Grave — Thomas Rali)h, Robert Butler (of Wm.), Joha J. 
Taylor, William Henry Bussey, Esau Bussey. 

2. Bloir-ine-d(nrn — George A. Morgan, Wm. Morgan (of Wm.), John 
Porter, Jacob Patten, Henry C. Bishop. 

3. Sliip dice — Gilbert Andrews, George I)a«e (of Jos.), Sam. Taylor, 
William Albert Dawe, Henry Dawe. 

4. /y/neiirr</—John Boone (ol Ed.), John Stevens, Joliii Batten, John 
T, B >one (of John), T. G. Beecham. 

5. Xorf/i liirer — William Xoseworthy, Thomas Bendle, J. Mahoney, 
John O'Brien, John Long, sr., James Snow, George Eti'ord. 

6. South Bii-er — Joseph Boone, William Cummings, William Rich, 
John Smith, George Andrews, James Hussey, Richard Wells. 

7. Doric — Isaac Batten, Jolin Sealey, William Lacey, Esau Lyons, 
Jjseph Dawe. 

8. Clarke^ Beadi — Edward Parsous, Arch. Booue, William Muo-ford, 
Charles Mugford, John Sealey, John Butler, William Hussey. 

9. Cupids — William Smith, Cliesley LeDrew, Nicholas Power, Pat'k 
Feehan, William AVells, John C. LeDrew, Heber Ivaney. 

10. Burnt Head—'K. Bi=hop, John J. Morgan, John Bishop (of John)> 
Wm. Fowler (of \\'m. ), Samuel Bishop. 

11. /?ri^?<5— George Wilcox, Solomon Hayes, Moses Bartlett, Thomas 
Roberts, Noah Clarke, Moses Walsh, Charles Power, William Burke, J no. 
Burke (of Wm.) 

12. Go«/f/.s— Joseph Coveyduck, James Anthony, Francis Fowler, 
Robert Lane, Thomas Snow. 

13. Georf/estoirn—Ed\\a.r(i Stejihen Pearcey, Richard Rose, Edward 
James, Robert Sparks, John Keough. 

District of Harbor Main - 

1. Coi^ter*— James Cole, Thomas Hearn, Patrick Ryan. 

2. Turk's Gtd—Deais Shea, Patrick Leary, John Bartlett. 

3. Conception if«r6or— Maurice ^lahoney, William Keating, James 
Costello, Edward Wade (of Edward), Jas. Dalton, Jas. Costello (Kitchues), 
Patrick Brown (Bacon Cove.) 

4. Harbor Main ( Proper)— iohu Sullivan, Patrick F. Buck, Patrick 
Woodford, S. Hickey, Edward Fewer, Thomas Strapp. 

5. ^vowc^aie— Michael Doyle. Thomas Doyle, James Lyons. 

6. ChapcVs C'oi'e— Martin Myers, Jas. Kennedy, Thos. Hawco, Wm. 
Duggan, Patrick Crawley, Timothy Sullivan. 

7. Holi/rood-Edwa,Td Kirby, John Quialan, Philip Mullowaev, Nich- 
Wall, John Mullowuey, Timothy O'Rourke. ^ 



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8. Horse Cove to Indian Pond — W illiam Butler (Middle Biglit), Sam. 
Hynes (Kelligrews), Robert H. Dawe (Seal Cove), Xatliaiiiel Coates (Seal 
Cov^e), Samuel Tilley (Kelligiewa), \Vm. James Butler (Foxtrap), Josei>li 
Greenslade (Long Pond), Joseph Tilley Fowler (Cliamberlains), Thomas 
Brien (Topsail), William Xeary (Horse Cove). 

District of St. Jolin's East— 

1. Bell Island — Thomas Parsous, Thomas Keee, William Hammond, 
William Rees, Miuliael Connors, Frank Normore, Owen Kelly, Patrick 
Murphy, James Normore, (of James), Patrick Fitzgerald, Kichard Kent. 

District of Feppylantt - 

1. Bioj BnUs—Wm. Mulcahy, M. Williams, Arthur O'Brien, Terence 
Williams, John Deagan. 

2. Witless Bay — John W. Dinu, John P. Mullowney, James (J'Neil, 
Henry Nash, Thomas Norris. 

3. Mobile — Robert Davis, jr., James Hutchings, James Kennedy. 

4. Tor^s Cove — Joseph Driscoll, Nicholas Power, James Keefe. 

5. Toad's Cove to LaManche—U. Power, M. Colbert, T. Reddi.v, N. 
Power, P. Ronayne. 

6. Brigus South— i . Byrne, M. Gregory, John Badcock. 

7. Cap& Broyle— John Williams, John Brien, Jas. Whelan, Michaal 
Brien, John Dalton, Martin Chidley, Patiick Harvey, Patrick Carew. 

8. Aquafovie- U.. C. Winser, INI. Meagher, P. Brine. 

9. Ferri/land —.Joseph Kinsella, Wm. Johnson, Alfred \Vhite, James 
Williams, Patrick Farrell, David Slaney, Dauiel Keefe, Matthew Slaney. 

10. Caplin Bay— I'etei Swain, John Power, J. Clancey, Ed. Keough. 

11. Renewse, Ferineuse and Broad 6'oi'e— R. Quinlan, J. Dutton, M. 
Sheehan, James Jackman, John Morry, Patrick F^ennelly. 

12. St. MichaeVs — Matthew Brenuock, Thos. Ryan, Thomas Colbert, 
Stephen Gatherall, Matthew ^lelvin. 

District of Placentia and St. Mapy's- 

1. Brook and Long Bcin-h — Vaitnck Ht. Croix, Jos. Perry, Thos. Neil. 

2. Tre^jassey— Richard Sutton, sr., John McNeil, Patrick Fitzgerald, 
«r., William Janes, sr., Wm. Curtis, sr., John Corrigan, Thomas Molloy, 
sr., Denis Ryan. 

3. St. Shotfs—Veter Molloy, Anthony Molloy, Thomas Finlay. 

4. Peter's Biver—Da,\id Hicks, John Molloy, Patrick Stamp, David 
Molloy. 

5. Holy rood—John. Gibbons, Frank Halleran, Denis Hayward, John 
Stamp, of Patrick, Edward Fleming. 

6. Point LaHaye and Gaskier— John St. Croix, Jas. Critch, Patrick 
Kielly, John Williams. 

7. St. J/rtry's— William Bonia, John Bowen, Matthew Yetman, Jas. 
Fagan, W^m. Meaney, Daniel Devine, Wm. J. Vetman. 

8. Riverhead, St. J/'^n-//'.s— Michael Lee, Stephen Fagan, Johu Lee, 
Thomas Heara, 



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9. 3Iall Bay — Michael Ryan, Stephen Christopher, Thomas Rorke, 
M. Rorke, of Michael. 

10. St. Joseph's — Alban Gotf, James Curtis, Robert Bishop, Richard 
Power, Maurice Daley, Martin Duggan. 

11. Sahnomcr, N.S. — ^Martin Power, Nicholas Parrott, Mich. Hawco, 
John Nolan, Michael McDonald. 

12. Haricot — Francis Evoy, Denis Quigley, Joseph Wall. 

IS. Colinct — Bernard Downey, James Davis, Rich. Meaney, Augustus 
Davis, Francis Davis. 

14. Colinct Island — James Dalton, Alban Doody, Bernard Doody» 
John T. Power. 

15. John's Pond — Jeremiah Linehan, Anselm Linehan, \\ ra. Linehan. 

16. Aorth Harbor (Salinonicr)S. Bonia, B. Bonia, P. Ryan, J. 
Power, Thomas Ryan. 

17. Br(()irh--Jo\\n .1. Nash, Jolin T. Power, Henry Roach, Nicholas 
Mooney, Edward English, P.eruard Power, John Mooney. 

18. Gull Cove— John McCrath, Patrick McGrath. Vim. Judge. 

19. Point Lanre—'S. Careen, John Careen, Michael Careen, P. J. 
Careen, Philip Careen. 

20. Patrick's Corc—AuflTe^\■ Miller, Michael McGrath, James Doyle, 
John W. McGrath, Patrick Cotfey. 

21. St. Bride's — William Lundrigan, Daniel Young, Edward Conway, 
of Thomas, Sylvester Murphy, Thomas Coffey, James Conway, of Thos., 
John Albert Conway, William Doyle, Richard Conway, Thomas Coffey. 

22. Barrisiray and Ship Cocc— Ed. Keefe, James Foley, Thos. Tobin. 

23. Point Verde— ^. Carrol], Martin Green, Thomas Walsh, AVilliam 
Rowe, ST., Nicholas Greene. 

24. .S'. E. Ann, Placentia—Jas. Miller, Thomas Train, P. J. Lannon, 
David Kelly, J. Brien. 

25. Placentia—'S. Cosgrove, Robert Mooney, Jas. Corrigan, Richard 
Wyse, Laurence Furlong, William Green. 

26. J5«wtu//e— Robert Canning, Thomas Carroll, Thomas Power, sr., 
VVm. Dunphy, James Barron, Peter Power (of Peter), John Tobin. 

27. ^.ersei/ Side— John P. Bradsliaw. Thomas Dunphv, James Kemp, 
James Kelly. 

28. Point Moll and Frcshiratcr—Edweiid Kelly, William Foley, Thos. 
Smith, of Peter. '' 

29. Marquise— Ma.rlin Murphy, John J. Maher, Thomas Cooney, 
Maurice Murray. 

30. Argentla—ThomsLS Bruce, John Dun;iliy, Edward Houlihan, Phil. 
Power, Albert O'Reilly 

31. Fox Harbor— M. O'ReiUy, R. Healey (of Patrick), John Sampson, 
Maurice McHugh, Isaac Duke. 

32. Bed Island— James Reddy, Edward Kerivan, Patrick Carrol. 

SS.Lomj Harbor— BenU Murphy, James Bruce, Daniel Bruce, Michl 
Jsnice, Denis Kelly, 



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34. Ship Harbor — John McFarlane, Valentine Meade, M. Griffiths, 
Edward Power. 

35. Barn's Island — ISI. Bruce, N. Bruce. 1'. Murphy. 

36. Famish Cove and Trinncy Cove — John Craun, Richard Crann, J. 
Collins, Nelson Collins, Edward D. Cram. 

37. Little Harbor East — William Dicks, George Upsall, Geo. Peddle. 

38. La Manche — James Flynn, William Henry Hynes, Jas. Parsons. 

39. Southern Harbor — Maurice Best, Andrew Whittiu, James Best. 

40. Arnold's Cove — Joshua Guy, Malcolm Peach, Jas. Adams, Benj. 
Hynes. 

41. Comc-by-Chance — Stephen Adams, James Gilbert, A. Gilbert. 

42. North Harbor (P. 5.>-Henry W. Eddy, William Paiford, Robt. 
Brinston. 

43. Black Hirer a>td Pijier's Hole — Colin A. Beck, Jas. Stacey, Alfred 
Gosney. 

44. Sound Islattd — Emmanuel Brinston, Wilson Hollett, Sam. Stacey, 
Thomas Smith, Edmund Beck, James Brown. 

45. Woody Island — Immer Williams, Robert John Barrett, James 
Marshall, William Staiuer. 

46. Western Cove (Baron Island )—Y'a.triQk Morris, William Morris, 
William Wadmau, John F. Wadmau. 

47. Baron Island— Joseph Farrell, John Flynn, Martin Flynn, Patk. 
Brown, Patrick Siiea, William Nugeut. 

48. Burgeo — James Chambers, Benj. Trowbridge, John Hickey. 

49. Gaidton's Island — John Warren, John Bowden, Wm. Williams. 
30. Tack's Beach— R. C. Brown, Samuel Brown, Charles Best, Benj. 

Foote, Wm. Monks. 

51. Clattice harbor, N. Il'.^John Parsons, Laurence Parsons, Peter 
Connors. 

52. Clattice Harbor, S. IF.— William Follett, Peter FoUett, Martin 
Hiptage. 

53. St. Leonard's— Thos. J. Leonard, Henry Rogers, EdwH. Leonard. 

54. St. Kyran's-G&rrett Hickey, Jos. Collins, William Collins, Pat. 
Gaulton, John Leonard. 

55. St. Ann's— Jauxes Collins, Joseph Wakeham, Maurice Gambin. 

56. Isle Valen — James Bennett, Newman Lockyer, Edward Gaulton, 
Joseph Lockyer (Beach). 

57. Presque — Daniel Ryan, Denis Ryan, Patrick Ryan, Daniel Lake, 
Matthew Lake. 

58. 3ierffls/iee/t— Martin Pitman, Tliomas Ennis, Sylvester Best, John 
Pomeroy, Albert Best. 

59. Breidey-deo'H. Kerivau, Thos. Travers, P. Bennett, P. Travers. 

60. Indian Harbor— y\va.Vi?iVis, James Rodgers, John Mulrooney, 
William Bennett. 

61. Mussel Harbor .-1/vh— Reuben Slade, Alfred Rodway, George 
Rodway, Richard Boucher. 



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62. Mussel Harbor — Michael Hann, Jas. Hann, Garrett Miller, Jas. 
A. Miller, James Barry, Heury McFarlaiie, Michael Hann. 

63. Spcni'crs Corn— A. Waiehani, A. Hollett, \V. Boutcher, M. Rout- 
cher, W. Berkshire. 

64. Hnytitack- George Warehani, George Collin, (ieorge Lake. 

65. Hiiy Cnve ami Collctt Com — Geo.-ge Burton, Heher Burton, Hy. 
Ingram. 

66. //'///wr ///(//(//—Peter C'ollett.'I'lieo.Tulk, Geo. Hann, A. Ipsall, 
T. Dicks, .John Hollett, Henry Burton, tieorge Shave, William Foley, 
Wilfred Tulk. ^ 

67. Bonah and 2Wsc^o— Joseph Casey (Bonali), ./ohu Kyan (Tosselo), 
Peter Canning (Deep Cove.) 

68. LUtlf y'((/7((//.vf^ Patrick Hickey, Thos. Hett'ern, M. P. Brennan. 

69. /'(/mi^wc— Stephen Power, William lirowu, Wm. Pomerov, Wm. 
Pearson, sr., John A. IJyrae. 

70. S. E. Jii(/ lit—,] ohu Dunphy, Wm. Hyaes, Sylvester White. 

71. C/i(nii!tir'\ //fo/Hir— Pliilip Power, Edward Hunt, Patk Dunjihy, 
James Pitman. 

72. MonI,stoirn—M' m. J. Ford, Saintiel Monks, William Inkpen. 

73. Petit Forte— Ja,s. Hay.len, Pat Flynn, sr., Jos. Hayden, M. Hann. 

74. Burnt Isla uds—WiUiSim Deer, John Newman, Robert Deer. 

75. St. Joseph's (F.B.)—Jno. Piccot, John Handrick, Maurice King. 

76. Little Hiirhor KV.*/— Thomas Manning, Richard McGrath, Thos. 
Crowe. 

77. Bay de Lie ti -Joseph ]$ailey, Thomas Burton, Patnc^k Walsh. 

78. Boot Harhor—^oha Smith, Samuel Singer, Wilson Denty, Wm. 
Melay. 

79. Parker's Cow— Samuel Butler, Jos. Synard, John Foote. 

80. Baine Harbor— J osfi])h Matterface, Gabriel Hollett, jr., Malcolm 
Andrews, Thomas May, Levi Munden. Wilson Whittle. 

8i Oderiu— John Manning, Roger Tubiu, ('. D. Bailey, Bernard 
Jarvis, Michael Murphy. 

82. Rks/ioiiii- Wm. Cheeseman, Charles Cheesemau, Joseph Dicks, 
Michael Cheeseman, W. Vators. 

DlstPict of Bupin [County Councils]— 

mu ^' ^^"^ Ii>-/ a II ds~Loms ChoUett, Walter Parsons, George Collins, 
Thomas Broomlield, John Bailey, James Miller. 

2. Burin— Frank LeFeuvre, Richard OBriea, John Coady, James 
Vigus, John Kavauagh. 

3. E2yirorth— Daniel Bishop, Thomas Lockyer, Ed. M. Hollett, G. M. 
Goddard, Thomas Grant. 

4. Lamaline— John Foote, Joseph Hodge, Andrew Collins, James 
King, J. Bonnell, John Collier. 

5. Fartunc—John King, Isaac Hillier, Robert Brook, Charles Kin^', 
bamuel Piercey, Samuel Major, James Purchase. 



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Pianos, unsurpassed for Quality of Tone and Touch. 

6. Grand Bank — Thomas Stoodley, Philip Keating, Henry Lucas, 
John F. Hyde, Charles Pardy. 

New Board : Loiiy harhor Beach to Hoop Cow (excli(siue) -George 
R. Courage, James H. Tizzard, Wm. T. Tizzard. 

KoAD Boards. 

1. liock Harbor — Charles Rose Hodder, Charles Hooper, Jas. Hodder. 
of James. 

2. Morticr 7?(Yy— John Walsh, sr., Robert Hodder, Alex. Stapleton, 
Benj. Hollett, Thomas Devereux, Thomas Doher, James Farrell, George 
Dober. 

3. Burin Bail Ann V\\\\\\i UoWaii, Alfred Hollett, Samuel Burlitt, 
Thomas Keating, Robert Lundrigan. 

4. <S7. Laivrdu-c — W'ni. Kelly, Geo. S. Bradley, .Joseph Walsh, Mich'l 
Slaney (D), Charles Beck. 

5. Zff(c;( ^Joseph Murphy, Peter ('onnors, David Strang, Richard 
Edwards, Robert Lamb. 

6. Mklcs Cove — Joseph Walsh, Peter J. Stacey, John Ayres, Patrick 
Stacey, Emmanuel Hillier. 

7. Grand Beach and Frenchman's Cove — Benjamin Osmond, Josiah 
Grandy, John Follett, John Kidout. 

Distpict of Fortune Bay— 

L Garnish — Thomas Cluett, William J. Grandy, James H. Grandy, 
Joseph Grandy, Cyrus Newport, Richard Grandy, James Aloulton, Wm. 
H. Grandy, Joseph C. Grandy, Charles Marsh. 

2. Point Enragee — William May, Philip Miles, John Stroubridge, 
Robert May, sr., Thomas May, Robert Alay, jr., Ernest Waters. 

3. Grand John — George Saint, Henry Madden, George Power, sr., 
John Perritt, James Hodder. 

4. Jacques Fontaine — George Harris, John Brushett, Philip Johnson. 

5. Bay U Argent — Jas. J. Bantield, Joseph West, John J. Lawrence, 
G. R. BanHeld, P. J. Baufield. 

6. Little Bay East—liev. James Middleton, J. W. Thornhill, G. T. 
Thornhill, J. Green, J. Scott, S. Good, A. Thornhill, J. Clarke. 

7. — Harhor Millc — Levi Barnes, Jacob (4. Bartlett, Geo. Saunders, 
sr., George Parny, Thomas Squires. 

8. Tereneeville and Grand LePere—¥a.t'k J. McCarthy, Peter Hickey, 
Abraham Miles, Robert Clarke, Michael J. McCarthy. 

9. English harbor East— Thoma,s Hackett, Patrick Emberley, Geo. 
Dodge. 

10. Nctv Harbor — Wilson Dodge, Walter Baker, Frederick Evans, 
n. Anderson's Co ye— Charles Thornhill, Thos. Thornhill, John Riggs. 

12. Stone's Co ye— Jeremiah Pope, John Curnew, Meshec Bond, Robt. 
Pope, Reuben Pope. 

13. Bca-e Harbor— Da.aie\ Dominic, William Phillips, Samuel Tibbo, 
Anthony Dominy, Randall Pope. 



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14. lienronfrc — Joliu Mullias, Nicholas Hartigan, Geo. Coffin, Step. 
Giovanioi, Jonas Jones, Wni. J. Shejipard, (ieorge Foote. 

15. Lr(//t/ ('ore -\\il\[s.m Haker, John Baker, James Keeping, Sam. 
Miles. 

16. Ary (/k ^No;-(('—(ieorge JJavage, George Matthews, John Hillyer, 
Thomas Farrell, Edward Roberts, Phil. Farrell (of John), Thos. Leawood 
Davage. 

17. Poole's 6'ot'c— Rev. H, McDermott, J. H. Williams, Wilson Mar- 
ehall, James'Bradbury, Henry S<inires. 

18. Bcllcoram — Levi E. McCuish, John R. Cluett, Samuel Lee, Levi 
Cluett, Alex. Rose, E. J. Burdock, Stephen Poole, Josiah Rose. 

19. St. Jncqncs—H. R. Clinton, J. F. Staple, Alexander Tibbo, J. C. 
Noseworthy, James Fiander, Denis Murphy, Isaac Burke. 

20. Eiujlish Ifiirhiir Jl'cst — William Yarn, Aaron Fiander, William 
Evans, William Keeping, Frederick Evans, J. Petite. 

■20a. Eiu/lish Hitrbdi- East, and Bay dc L'Eau — Chas. Clark, Thomas 
Kearley, Pat. Emberley, Wm. Barrett, Ed. Baker. 

21. -Co.re//— James Skinner, Abraham Blagdea, Jeremiah Blagden, 
George T. Miles. 

22. St. John's Ihiij — James Lambert, Richard Martin, Ab. Skinner. 

23. Coomb's Cove — John Vallis, Aaron Vallis, Wm. Reeve, Henry 
Blagden, C'harles Barnes. 

23a. Corhin, Barroir, and Little Beach — Stephen Pool, Sam. Pool, of 
John, James Savory, of Wm., Silas Hanham, John Dominic, of Richard. 

24. Miller's Pass'xr/e — James Gorman, Benjamin Martin, Joseph S. 
Sheppard, Wm. Sheppard, George Smith, Thomas Smith, Thos. Ridgely, 
John F. Sheppard. 

25. Little Bay West — Jacob Rose, Mark Parsons, Wm. Ci. Rose, Wm. 
H. Rose, Wm. Ridgely, Conrad J. Cluett, 4. W. Ridgely. 

26. Jersey Harbor — James Griffith, Richard Rose, Stephen White, D. 
Boyce. 

27. Harbor Briton — William Sodero, Jacob Jensen, John Rose, Thos. 
Pearce, Joseph Sodero, Walter Porter, (4eorge Ashford, George Chapman, 
Wm. Thompson, Wm. Stewart. 

28. .SV/.70H«— Charles Bungay, Morgan Bungay, Geo. Snook (of Ben.), 
James Bongay, Richard Turner, Wm. Bungay, Ben. Snook (of Geo.). 

29. Brunette — Ambrose Thornhill, Wm. Pearce. 

30. Great Harbor — Andrew Harris, William Bund, Geo. W. Harris. 

31. Dawson's Cove — John Rose, Robert Crew, Robt. Rose, Jas. Crew. 

32. Seal Cot'c— Simeon Loveless, Josiah Ridont, Josiah W. Loveless, 
John Cornick, William Loveless. 

33. Pass Island— Ernest BuUey, Philip Fudge, William Carter, Wm. 
Cooper, Matthew Touchings, 

34. ffro^e— James Stickland, Thomas Burton, William Cribb. 

35. Hermitage— U&rk Way, Jesse Fudge, Chas. Meade, Jno. Ingram, 
Robert Roberts, Samuel Dowding, Thomas Green, Richard Hardy. 

36. Ganltois~AHh.\ii Garland, Harry Grant, John Legge. 



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37. Little Bay — Levi Uominy, WilliaDi Coombes, Joshua Kendall. 

38. Raymond's Point, inc., to Green Point — W. T. 8tickland, Wiu. 
Organ, Samuel Kearley, Thomas Kendall. 

39. Green Point, etc. — Harry Wilmot. 

40. Head of Conne River — George Collier, sr., Michael Collier, Rich; 
Alcott. 

41. Cotme River — Reuben Lewis, Matthew Burke, John McDonald, 
Nicholas Jeddore, Michael McDonald. 

42. C'o«.«e— Fred Hatch, John Abbott, Emanuel Fudge. 

43. Millfown — John Brushett, Gearge Kober !=, Samuel Kelly, Jno. 
Kendall. 

44. head of Buy D^Espoir — Johu Kussel), D ivid Organ, J. Kendall, 
Robert Roberts, Robert Kearley. 

45. Ship Cove -George Hoskins, sr., Dav'd Collier;*, R. J. McDonald, 
Sam. Snook, Michael Collier (of Samuel), Wm. Hoskins, Wm. Cjllier. 

46. Grand Jervols — John Hull, Arthur Radfori^, Sam, LaRue, John 
Allen, James Farrell, .John (.'aines. 

47. Pushthrough — Samuel Camp, Robert Chambers, Samuel Coofer, 
John Sutton, Wilson Garland. 

48. McCallum — Jude Nash, John Lee, Henry Caines. 

Distpict of Bupgeo and LaPoile— 

I. Richard's Harbor to Mosqu'to — Thomas Chipman, Gao. A. Simms, 
Edwin J. Skinner, Charles Hill. 

•_'. Cape La Hune — Thomas Barter, Samuel Bagg. 

3. Cul de Sac West — Stephen Spencer. 

4. Francois — R. Durnfon!, sr., George Carter. 

6. Ncn- Harbor and Chaleur — John Peter-, .'. Foce, sr. 

6. Rencontre, L'Anse Cooe and Cul d\ Sac, E s' — Wm. Webb, ^r., 
James Wormuld. 

7. Burgeo (Little River to Muddy Hole) — Jjhn Va c'ler, Hy. Green, 
John Hare. Jos. Anderson, Wm. Davidge, Philip Dicks, Hugh Mathews. 

8. Ramea Island —R^xiben Bowdridge, Huber: Ken iell, Alexander 
Ingram, Andrew Keeping, W'm. Scott, Isaac Keeping, Joliu Kendall, jr. 

9. Grand Bruit— John Billiard, sr., James Melbourne, Geo. Mileg, 
Samuel Billiard (of Samuel), James Childs. 

10. La Poile — James Keeping, Thomas Anderson, Stephen Bateman, 
Josejih Sickland, sr., Wm. Vautier. 

II. West Point— V^m. Htj'rrUge, Ste;'. Ba eman, P«ter J. MeDermot, 
sr., Thomas Anderson, Charles Riles. 

12. Pe^i^es— Kphriam Smith, Philip Bond, John Major, Jno. Bennett, 
James Courtnay, Samuel Morgan, Robert Strickland. 

13. Harbor LeCow— Thomas Horwood, Geo. Clark (of John), Andrew 
Newman, George Thomas, Jonas Buckland, John Herridge. 

14. Rose 5ZancAe— Thomas Skinner, Henry Newman, John Hatjher, 
of John, Philip Stickland, Thomas Burton, Jas. LeMoine, Wm. Burton, 
Wm. Hanham. 

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15. Burnt Island (Baker's Tickle to Wolf Harbor )~lsr&e\ W ^^.^&T%, 
Ben. Keeping, A. Keeping, Wm. Kansom. 

16. Bisfock's Faint — Jolm Seymour, Philip Stickland, Eli Seymour. 

17. hlc-((i(.c-Morls — Dominic Le P'resue, John Le Fresne, Thomas 
FramptoD, James AVells, Charles Clark. 

l^. Fox Roost and Margarce—B. Walters, G. Billiard, Jos. Hodder, 
Geo. Wm. Walters, Geoige Meade. 

19. C/nnincl~Samne\ Hare, Clias. Bennett, Emanuel Harris, Nelson 
Bragg, Philijp T. Clement, TJios. Denis, G. H. Vvo\e, jr., Reuben Bennett. 

20. Drcadfull Point to llocky Buruchoix — Jas. Voung, Jas. Lomond. 
;?4. Middle Barachoix to Cape Ray— J. Tapp, sr., James Osmond, E. 

Patey, J. W. Jeans, John Wall. 

District of St. Qeorg-e— 

1. Little iiiccr— John Chaissou, Caiit Joiiu Mclsaac, Alexander A. A. 
Mclsaac, Henry Qiiinn, John Camphell, John ^IcDonald, Andrew N. 
Mclsaai'. 

2. South Branch, Codrotj Valley— Vtter Muise, John A. Mclsaac, 
Roderick Aucain, Sandy D. Mclsaac, John Cormier. 

3. Bank //■(•«</— Patrick Cormier, sr., Wm. Cormier, Ernest Younc, 
Fred. Cornier, Pat. Cornier, jr. "^ 

4. Searston—A. D. Mclsaac, John McArthur, John Ryan, J. Mclsaac, 
John Lundy, Joseph Bruce, Michael McXeil. 

5. C'orf/-oy— George Collier, James CoUier, P. H. Braithwaite, Abram 
Evans, Mark Kendle, "\^'m. Anthony, Bernard Marshall. 

6. ^/r/Z/Zrt/tfi'A'— Michael J. Gillis, Roderick A. MacPherson, Tiiomas 
P. Gillis. 

7. Crabbes— William Chatfey, Jerry M. Pike, John E. Morris, Wm. 
Joseph Chafley, Joseph Chatfey. 

8. 3Iiddlc Barachoix to Ricer Brook—JahnA. Renouf, Clem Renouf 
John E. Morris, Richard T. Gillam, George ChaHey. 

9 CartyvilU to Rattling Brook, exclnsirc—Thos. Gale, Jos. Morris, 
Donald McPherson, Stephen Hulan, Israel Gillam. 

T , ^ o ^('"'''■'/* ^^o^' ">"^ ^^"i (Va-Edward J. Bishop, Basil Downev, 
John P. Bennett, John Parsons. 

11. Slcjihenvillc CVossu^r/— Francis Beguin, Aug. Farnell, Wallace 
Farnell. 

,Ar •^?" S'(""^i^""/> Co«'-Amable Rowe, Michael Pike, John Moores 
(Mainland) ; EdwBesau (Three Rock Cove) ; Henry Young (Clam Bank 
Cove), Joseph Dutiney (Black Duck Brook). 

13. f^f/J.^'C'^-^^c-Fred. T Kenny, James E. Gaden, William White, 
\ennor White, Telesphore White. 

14 ,SVnu?//Po»(<-Ed. Hirst, Millage Messervey, Medric Sheppard, 
tred. Young, Reg. Burry. ^^ 

\5.UcUthies' Point, Barachoix Brook to Main River, ere. -Albert 
Alexander, John Roberts, Daniel Denis, A. Nardini, Michael Benoit 

Tni,.!r •,r'"'n"'''' f "'^^' ^?.^?^ iiu'cr- Daniel Mclsaac, Alex. March, 
Johu GilUa, Derry Aucoin, Michael Leary, Samuel Parsons. 



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17. Port an Port to Abraham's Cove, excluding Bos Warlas—}i.ugh. 
Gillis, Archibald Campbell, Paul Hall, Benjamin Harvey, James March, 
J. E. Benoit. 

18. Bos Warlas, Port an Por^— Andrew Harvey (Gravels), James 
Leitch (Gravels), James Eddy (Boswarlas), John J. Harvey. 

19. Campbell's Creek— Au^\xs. Gillis, Michael Gale, John Doutray, 
Thaddeas LeCosta, James March. 

20. Abraham's Cove to West Bay — Charles Diiffey, PVank Jesso, N. 
Flynn, Daniel Gale. 

21. Abraham's Cove to Cape George — Ralph Costard, Step. Wheeler, 
James Carter, Joseph M. Benoit. 

22. Cape George to West Bay (via Black Duck Brook) — Amable liow, 
Albert LeRoux, Henry Young, Jos. M. Duphenay, Charles Dennis. 

23. Frenchman's Cove to Ballantyne Cove — William Wagson, Edward 
Dormody, Samuel Batt, Henry Mitchell, William White, Thos. Perrett, 
John Companion, George Wheeler. 

24. Birchy Cove — Israel Hinds, William Allen, Jos. Messervey, Jas. 
Duggan, Robert Gushue. 

25. Woods' Island— T. P. Wade, Mich. Hackett, sr., Wm. O'Connell, 
Felix Gallant, Robert Perry, Henry Miller, Ste])hen White, W. Whelan. 

26. Hnmbermouth — John Harris, Joseph Gushue, Antonio Joseph, 
Philip Meaney. 

26. Meadows Point to Irishtou-n — Joseph N. Petipas, .Joseph Roode, 
James T'erry, Harry Penney, James Davis, Patriek Christopher, Terence 
McCarthy, William Gregory. 

28. Meadoas to Middle Arm— A. E. Brake, Jas. Brake, Jos. Lovel, 
William Stickland, John Blanchard, Cornelius Brake, Josgph H. Brake. 

(County Council.) 

1. St. George's — Hubert White, Joseph White, Alfred Brett, Anthony 
Blanchard, Clarence White, John Fillatre, Moses Muise. 



CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 
Diocese of England. 

Former Prelates— Anhrey George Spencer, D. D., 1839. Edward 
Feild, D.D., 1844. James Butler Kelly, D.D., 1S76. 

Present Bishoji—Fdght Reverend Llewellyn Joues, D.D., Lord Bishop 
of Newfoundland, Consecrated in St. Paul's Cathedral, London, on Fes- 
tival of SS. Philip and James, 1878, by the late Archbishop Tait, of Can- 
terbury, the Bishops of London and Hereford, and Bishop Kelly. 

Commissary — Rev. Canon Smith, R.D. 

Commissaries in England— liev. Canon Heygate, M.A., Boston ; Rev, 
H. B. Cartwright, M.A., St. Augustine's College, Canterbury. 

Diocesan Registrar — Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A, 



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Cathedkal Chapter : 
The Lord Bishop, Dean. 

Canons — Keva. J. M. Noel, R.D. ; VV. R. Smith, R.D. ; G. H. 
Bishop, R.D. ; W. C. White, Sub-Dean ; F. W. Colley ; G. H. Bolt, M.A. 

Deanery of Avalon. 
Re». Canoa Smith, Rural Dean. 

St. Johns Cathedral — Rev. Canon White, Sub-Dean. 
" Rev. J. Brinton, Seiiior Curate. 

Rev. Canon I'ilot (retired). 
St. .fohtrs-, St. Thomas'' — Rev. G. R. (lodden, M.A., Rector. 
" Rev. (i. H. Hewitt, Senior Curate. 

" Rev. H. Clayton, L.Th., Junior Curate. 

.Sy. John's, St. Mary's— llev. H. Upliill, Rector. 
Topsail~Re\. T. G. Netten. 
Foitnp and Hopeifell — Rev. E. K. M. Caldwell. 
Fouch ro()« — Rev. C. Jeffery. 
Petty Harbor— Rev. Jdiu Hewitt. 
Portugal Coct;— Rev. Canon Smith, R.D. 
Bell Island -Rev. John Stead. 

St. John's (Non-Parochial )— Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D.,D.C.L., I.S.O., 
retired. 
" Rev. Canon Bolt, M. A., L.Th., Sec.-Treas. Diocesan Synod, 

Examininu Chaplain. 
" C. H. Barton, M.A., Principal (Queen's College. 

Deanery of Conception Bay. 

Rev. Canon Noel, Rural Dean. 
Brigus—Rtiv. G. H. Field. 
Salmon Cove — Rev. E. C. Clench. 
Port-de-Grave — Rev. F. Severn. 
Bay Roberts—Rev. H. V. Whitehouae, Rector. 
Coley's Point— Rev. H. L. Pike, L.Th. 
Spaniard's Bay — Rev. J. S. Adams. 
Upper Island Cove— Rev. E. E. Rusted. 
Harbor Grace— Rev. Canon Noel, R.D., Rector. 
Harbor Grace (South Side)— Rev. C. M. Stickingg. 
Carbonear — Rev. C. W. Hollands. 
Bay-de- Verde— Rev. J. L. Brodie. 



Deanery of Trinity Bay. 

-, Rural Dean. 



Heart's Content— Rev. Y. &m&Tt, R.-.fjr ; Curates— Rer. E. P. Law 
and Rev. E. M. Bishop, L. Th. 

Neu! Harbor, Trinity ^ay—Rev. W. Upward. 
Smith's Sound — Rev. H.VV. Facey, B..-\. 
Randoiti—Rtv. \V. A. IJutler. 
Trinity West -Rev. W. W. Clarkson. 
Trinity East— Rev. J. Prescott. 
Champney's — Rev. J. J. White. 
Cafalina—Rey. G. S. Chamberlaia. 



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Deakery of Bonanista Bay. 

Rev. Augustus G. Bayly, M.A., Rural Dean. 

Bonavista — Rev. Augustus G. Bayly, M.A., R.D., Rector ; Rev. G. 

Elliott. 
King's Cove — Rev. S. A. Dawson. 
Brooklyn—'Rey. E. J. R. Nichols. 
Salvage — Rev. LI. Godden. 
Greenspond — Rev. I. Parsons, Rector. 

Pinchard's Island — Rev. J. T. Hiscock, B.A., Rector; Rev. N. G. 
Vivian, Curate. 

Deanery of Notre Damr Bay. 
Rev. A. Pittman, Rural Dean. 
Fogo — Rev. J. O. Britnell, Rector. 
Barred Island — Rev. E. Andrews. 
Twillingate — Rev. A. B. S. Stirling. 
Herring Neck — Rev. R. A. Peuney. 
Change Islands — Rev. \V. K. Pitcher. 
Exploits— Rev. J. Rail. 
Tilt Cove— Rev. A. Pittman, R.D. 
White 'ay— Rev. C. Wood. 

Grand Falls — Rev. T. E. I-oder, Curate in charge. 
Botwood — Rev. M. K. Gardner. 

Deanery of Placentia Bay. 

Harbor Buffett—'Rey. Arthur Shorter. 

Tack's Beach — Rev. G. S. Templeton. 

Burin—Rev. A. T. Tulk. 

Lamaline — Rev. H. K. Gilbert. 

Whithourne and Placentia — Rev. J. Cragg (retired). 

Deanery of Fortune Bay. 
Rev. Canon Bishop, Rural Dean. 
Harbor Briton — Rev. R. F. Mercer. 
Hermitage Bay — Rev. Canon Bishop, R.D. 
Pushtltrough — Rev. W. R. Courage. 
Belleoram—Rev. A. E. Tulk, B.A. 
Burgeo — Rev. E. H. Fletcher. 
Rose Blanche — Rev. Rowland Hills. 
Channell — Rev. H. J. Read. 
St. Pierre 

Deanery of Straits of Belle Isle. 
— — , Rural Dean. 



St. George's Ba>/ — Rev. E. A. Butler. 

Bay of Islands— Rev. H. Petley ; Rev. G. H. Maidmeot. 

Bomie Bay-Rev. W. R. J. Higgitt, L. Th. 

Battle Harbor— Rev. R. T. Sadler. 

Sandwich Bay — Rev. H. Kirby. 

Flower's Cove — Rev. J. T. Richards. 

,S^^ Anthony— Hev. W. L, Dall. 



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Mission at Ungaa'a. 
Rev, S. M. Stewart; Rev. E. Hester. 

Ox Leave of Absence. 

Rev. Canon Colley; Kev. H. I. LcKgo ; Rev. E. W. Gardner; Rev. 
W. C. Booth. 

Theological College. 

Visitor — The Lord Bishof). 

Principal — Rev. C. H. Barton, M.A. 

Council— The Lord Bishop, Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., Rev. 
Canon Bolt, M.A., Bursar; Rev. Canon Smith; Rev. Canon White; Mr. 
J. Outerbridj,'e ; Hon. Sir Wm. H. Horwood, C.J. ; Mr. D. M. Browning, 
M.A., K.C. 

Diocesan Synod of Newfoundland. 

Executive Coynmittec — The Lord Bishop, Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A. ; 
Rev. Canon Smitii, Episcopal Commissary; Kev. Canon White; Rev. G. 
H. Field; Kev. C. H Barton, M.A. ; Rev. G. R. Godden, M.A. : Rev. 
T. G. Netten ; Kev. J. liriutou ; Hon. G. Skeltoa, Hon. Sir William H. 
Horwood, J. Unterbridge, Hon. G. Knowlint?, H. W. LeMessurier, J. A. 
Clift, K.C, Hon. R. Watson, J. W. Withers. 

Secretary-Treasurer— B.e:\ . Canon Bolt, M.A. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

Arch-Diocese of St. John's. 

Former PreIafes~Tii\i\\t Kev. Dr. U'Douel, consecrated 1706, died 1811 
Rijj;ht Rev. Dr. Lambert, died 1817 ; Rii;ht Rev. Dr. Scaalan, died 1830 
Right Rev. Dr. Fleming, died 1850; Right Rev. Dr. Mullock, died 1869 
Right Rev. Dr. Power, died 1893. 

The Diocese was raised to an Archiepiscopal See in 1904. 
Present Archbishojj and Metrojwlitan—'Most Rev. M. F. Howley. 
Administrator of the Cathedral—Right Rev. Mgr. Roche, V.G. 
Administrator of St. Patrick's -lieY. McDermott. 
St. John's — Cat'kedral—liight Re\ . Mgr. Roche, V. G. ; Kevs. I). 
O'Callaghau, James Greene, D. Ph. 

" St. Patrick's, lUvcrhead— Rev. J. McDermott, Senior 

Curate ; Rev. Joseph Pippy, Rev. P. Kelly. 

" S:. Joseph" s, Hoylcstown—Rev .' W . Kitchin, D'.Ph. 

Torbay-Xerj Rev. J. St. John, P.P., and Chancellor of the Diocese. 
Kdhridc f JJ a f erf ord Bridge )—Yen-a,\it. 
Petty Harbor— Very Rev.R. Tierney, P.P. 

IVhittles' Bay -Yeij Rev. X. Roche, P.P., and Rev. C. McCarthy, C.C. 
Torrs Cove—Verj Rev. P. O'Brien, P.P. 

Ferrijland-\erj Rev. L. K. Vereker, P.P., and Kev. John Rawlins, 
C.C. (residing at Cape Broyle). 
Renewse — Vacant. 

Trepassey —Very Rev. H. Renouf, P.P. 
St. Mary's— Verj Rev. S, O'Driscoll, P.P. 



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St. Joseph's (SidinonierJ—liev. W. O'Flaherty, P.P. 

Placentia — Kiglit Kev. Mgr. Keardon, P.P. 

St. Bride's— Jiev. A. Fyme. 

Arijentia—Hev. J. Ashley, P.P. 

St. Ki/ran's — Very Rev. W. P. Doutuey, P.P., and Rev. F. Cacciola, 
C.C. (residing at Bar-IIaven). 

jB^rt;;— Very Rev. J. McNamara, P.P., and Rev. Edward Wilson, 
C.C. (residing at Marystown). 

St. Lnu-rence — Very Rev. A. Maher, P.P. 

Tojisail — Rev. James Coady (residing at Powerscourt, Mauuels). 

Portugal Coyc— Kev. T. Gongh, P.P. 

Bell island— Xcry Kev. .lames McGrath, P.P. 

Institutions. 

St. Bonaccidiire's College — In cliarge of the Christian Brothers. 

St. Patrick's Schools— 

Holy Cross Schools, Riverhend— " " 

St. Vincent's Schools, St. John's- -In charge of the Sisters of Mercy. 

St. Joseph's School, Hoyles' Town— " " 

Convents — Presentation Order, 5 ; Mercy Order, 5. 

St. Michael's Orphanage, Belvidere for Girls (under the Sisters of 
Mercy) — over 100 orphans. 

Industrial School — for Boys — at Mount Cashel (under the Christian 
Brothers)— over 120 boys. 

St. Bride's Academy — for young ladies — at Littledale, St. John's (in 
care of the Sisters of Mercy)— 40 Boarders. 

Diocese of Harbor Grace. 

Present Bishop — Right Kev. John March, D.D., consecrated in Har- 
bor Grace, November 4th, 1906. 

Former Prelates — Right Rev. Bishop Dallon, consecrated 1856, died 
in 1869 ; Right Rev. Bishop Carfagniui, consecrated in 1870, translated 
to Galipoli, Italy, in 1880 ; Most Rev. R. Macdouald, consecrated in 1891, 
resigned 1906; died September 16th, 1912. 

harbor Grace — Right Rev. John March, D.D. ; Rev. J. J. Walker. 

Holijrood—Hev. James W. Donnelly. 

harbor Main— liev. K. M. Shean, P.P. 

Conception Harbor— Yery Rev. Mgr. Veitch, P.P. 

ximgiis-Ti^v. J. Murphy, P.P., LL.D. 

A^orth Eiver—Rey. S. J. Whelan, D.D., P.P. 

Carbonear — Rev. F. D. McCarthy, V.G. 

Norther?! Bay— Kev. J. Lynch, P.P. 

Bay-de-Verde— Kev. .f. Donnelly, P.P. 

Trinity— Kev. Wm. Tarahan, P.P. 

Bonavista — Rev. M. P. Dwyer. 

King's Coue— Rev. J. Scully, P.P. 

Whitbourne—Kev. W. P. Finn, P.P. 

Grand Falls— Kev. W. Finn, P.P. 

St. Brendan's — Rev. J. Mackey. 

Tilton Harbor — Rev. Edward O'Brien. 

Fortune Harbor — Kev. J, Nowlan, P.P. 



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Little Bay — Rev. Edward Jones, D.D. 
Coachman'' s Cove — Kev. John Kavanajili. 
Cowc/ie— Rev. G. A. Thibault, P.P. 

Diocese of St. George. 

5«Ao^— The Right Rev. M. F. Power, D.D. 

St. George's — The Bishop and Kev. Martin G. Sear«. 

Searston — Right Kev. A. Sears, V.G., P.P. 

Stephenville — Rev. P. F. Adanis, P.l'. 

Bonne Bat/ — Rev. G. H. Hawkins, P.P. 

Bort an Port— Rev. J. M. Joy, P.P. 

Bay of Islands — Kev. M. O'Rourke, P.P. 

harbor Briton — Rev. S. St. Croix, P.P. 

St. Jacques— Ylev. P. W. Hrown, P.P. 

Lourdes—Rev. P. Pineault, P.P. 

Ship Cove — Rev. A. Nolan. 

Co7it;t'»(<s— Sisters of E'resentation at St. Jacques and of Mercy at St. 
George's. 

METHODIST CHURCH. 

Rev. C. Lench, President. 

Rev. F. R. Matthews, B.A., Secretary. 

Rev. H. W. Browning, Sccretar!/ of Committee. 

1.— St. John's Distkict. 

St. John's, Goiver Street — Rev. Jabez A. Rodgers, D. D. ; Rev. Mark 
Fenwick, Chaplain and Guardian of the " Home ;'" Kevs. H. P. Cowperth- 
waite, M.A., D.D., Kev. F. G Willey, Supernumeraries. 

St. John's, George Street— liev. J. W. Bartlelt. 

,S'^ John's, Cochrane Street — Rev. C. A. Whitemarsh, M..A., B.D., 
Chaplain to the Wesleyan Methodists of His Majesty's Naval For es on 
this Station ; Rev. Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D., Superintendent, of Education, 
(by permission of Conference); Rev. G. E. H. Bryant (leave of absence.) 

St. John's, Wesley— Rev. F. R. Matthews, B.A. ; Rev. J. K. Curtis, 
B A. (Postal address, Sackville, N.B.. 

Pourh Cove and Bell Island- Revs. W . H. Dotchen, W. J. Arms, 
(Postal address, Bell Island.) 

Topsail — Rev. James Nurse. 

Brigus—Rev. R. H. Maddock ; Kev. S. Snowdeu, Supernume'rary. 

Cupids and Clarke's Beach— Revs. L. E. G. Davies, A. V. Robb. 

Bay Roberts ayid Spaniard's Bay— Rex. \\ . Grimes, B.A 

Bay Bull's Brm—Rev. S. J. Pike. 

Sou7id Island and Long Island — Revs. G. B. Pickering, C. F. Davis, 

Rev. J. Reay (Haystack), Postal address, Whitbourne. 

Flower's Cove — Supply. 

Bed Bay — Rev. A. S. Adams. 

Hamilton Inlet and Sandwich Bay — Revs. W. S. Mercer G B 
Patten. ... , . . 

Chairman— Rev . Mark Fenwick. 

Financicd Secretary— Rev. F. R. Matthews, B.A. 

Sunday School Seor^tary—R^v , C. A. Whitemarsh, M.A. B.D. 



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2.— Carbonear District. 

Carhonear — Revs. J. Piacock, S. Sergeant (Victoria) ; one to be sent. 
Harbor Grace — Kev. T. B. Darby. 
Freshwater — Rev. A. A. Holmes. 
Blackhead — Rev. Charles Howse. 
Western Bay — Rev. E. 1-*. Ward. 
Loiver Island Cove — Rev. W. H. Browning. 
Old Perlican—^ev. \V . JNI. Muir. 

Hanfs Harbor — Rev. G. l*ayne ; Rev. J. G. Joyce (Brownsdale.) 
Heart's Content — Rev. R. S. Smith. 
Green's Harbor — Rev. T. W. Atkinson. 
Shoal Harbor — Rev. J. W. Winsor. 
JSorthern Bight — Rev. L. G. Hndson. 

Britannia Cove — Rev. John T. Newman ; Rev. K. Richards (Postal 
address, Foster's Point.) 

Chairman — Kev. W. H. Browning. 

Financial Secretary — Rev. A. A. Holmes. 

Sunday School Secretary — Rev. J. B. Darby, B.A. 

3. — BoNAViSTA District. 

Bonavista —B.ev . Sydney Bennett. 

EUiston — Rev. T. H. James. 

Catalina — Sup})ly (S.J.H.) 

Trinity— n^y. J. R. Saint, S.T.L. 

Musrjravetown — Rev. W. Harris. 

Port Blandford—HeY. G. Weir. 

Glovertown — Supjily (J.L.W.) ; Supply (S.B.) Deer Islands. 

Greenspond — Rev. E. Broughton. 

Wesleyinlle and Neu-toicn — Revs. E. Moore and W. Wilson. 

Musgrare Harbor — Rev. R. H. Mercer. 

Carmanville — Rev. N. Cole. 

Fogo — Rev. E. French. 

Seldom- Come- By and Indian Islands — (One to be sent). 

Chairman — Rev. R. J. Saint, S.T.L. 
Financial Secretary — Rev. E. Broughton. 
Sunday School Secretary — Rev. S. Bennett. 

4.— TWILLINGATE DISTRICT. 

Twillingate—Ueys. G. A. Steel and Ira F. Curtis. 

Change hlands—Uev. A. Young. 

Herring Neck — Rev. Isaac French. 

Moreton's Harbor and Farmer's Arm—Uev. H. Scott ; Supply (A.P.) 

Campbellton — Rev. O. Jackson. 

Lewisporte — Rev. W. T. D. Dunn. 

Grand Fcdls and Millertown — Revs. N. M. Guy, B.A., E. Davis, 
(Millertown). 

Botirood and Laicrenceton—Hevs. W. H. Webber, F. H. Gillingham. 

Exploits and Leamington— Rers. W J. Morris, B. F. Parsons. 

Little Bay Islands, Long Island and Pilley's Island— l\evs. H. G. 
Coppia ; Supply (J.B.), A. J. Waterman. 

Spri7igdale—'Rev. W. H. McKirdy. 

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King's Pojh^— (Supply (W.B.) 

Nipper's Harbor— Rev. F. H. Pliillipsou. 

Tilt Cove and La Srie—Hey. B. Watt. 

Facquet—Rev. W. K. Butler. 

Englec — Supply (E.H.) 

St. Anthony— Rev. H. AUenby. 

Chairman— Rev. W . T. Dunn. 
Finaneial Secretary— Rex . H. Coppin. 
Sunday School Secretary — Rev. \V. J. Morris. 

5.— Burin District. 

Burin — Kev. Henry (4odfrey. 

Epworth — Supfily (J.S. M.) 

Flat Islands-Rev. J. VV. Wilson. 

St. Flerre— 

Fortune— Rev. C. R. Blouat. 

Grand Bank — Rev. C. Leuili. 

Garnisb—Rev. E. Anthony. 

^?<r(7eo— Supply (C.C.) 

Fetites—Rev. E. Mercer. 

Channel— Rev. E. Taylor. 

Bay St. George— Rev. VV. Swann. 

Bay of Islands-Rev. H. Royle. 

Bonne nay — Rev. J. W. Baggs ; Supply (J.C.) 

Chairman — Rev. C. Lpnch. 

Financial Secretary — Rev. C. R. Blouat. 

Sunday School Secretary — J. Wilson. 

Students at College. 

Sackville. — W. B. Bugden, A. Mercer, S. Williams, T. Pitcher, F. D. 
€otton, J. A. Wilkinson, A. Thorpe, W. H. Palmer, F. W. Sawdon, T.G. 
Boyles, J. C. Elliott, P. A. LeCJrow, R. Ball, A. Pallard, A. E. Stephen- 
son, W. R. Seeley, F. Dickenson. 

Wesleyan Theological Collcqc, Montreal — (t. C. Hatcher, W. Grandy, 
O. C. Burton, W. P. Wornell, C. ^Y. Legge, E.V.Young, H. Craner, 
J. Hurst, W. H. Norman, J Holmes, R. F. Mercer, T. B. Moody, P. 
Williams, R. A. Brook, G. L. Mercer. 

Victoria College, Toronto — W. J. Mumford, E. Coish, I.. Halfyard, 
W. Cotton, A. G. Young, A. F. Bainford, .J. T. Stapleton, W. G. Day, 
F. G. Purchase. 

PRESBYTERIATJ CHURCH IN CANADA. 

Presbyters resident in Newfoundland : 
St. John's— Rev. J. S. Sutherland, M.A. ; Elder— T>v. N. S. Fraser. 
Harbor Grace — Rev. F. S. Colfiu, B.A. ; Elder— 3o\iii Brunlees. 
Bay of Islands— Rev. J. M. Allan, M.A. ; Elder — C. Fisher. 
Grand Falls — Rev. J. A. Greenlees ; Elder— Vsvn.Yrtvr. 



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St. John's — Rev. W. Henry Thomas. 

Pool's Cove and Belleoram — Rev. H. J. A. MacDermott. 

Little Bay East, Anderson's Cove — Eev. A. Slowright. 

Tinllingate — Temiiorarily vacant. 

Random Mission — Supply. 

Secretary, St. John's Church — T. J. Duley. 

Secretary Board of Education, TwilUngate — G. B. Nott. 

Supt. and Inspector Congregatiotial Schools ] r, w w 'pi 

Supierintendent Congregational Missions ^ ... lomas. 

Secretary of Sunday Schools, St. John's — P. H. Cowan. 

Secretary of Missinti Board — S. E. Garland. 

Teachers. 

Britannia Cove — Mr. Alexander Marshall. 
Pool's Cove, Fortune Bay — Miss Payne. 
Anderson's Cove, Fortune Bay — Miss Walsh. 
Little Bay East, Fortune Bay — Miss N. Payne. 

Ttcillingate — Miss 

■€onne, Fortune Bay — Miss A. Green. 

THE SALVATION ARMY. 
Provincial Headquarters. 

Lieut.-Col. and Mrs. S. Rees, Chief Officers for Newfoundland. 
Staff-Captain Cave, Chancellor. 
Lieutenant J. Strafford. 
Miss Couch, Clerk. 

Bonne Bay District. 

Roclnj Harhor—'L\t\xi. Cater 

Bonne Bay — Captain and Mrs. French 

Trout River — Lieut. Hodder and Lieut. Spencer 

Curling — Ensign Janes, Captain Morgan, Lieut. Janes. 

BoNAVisTA District. 

Bonavista — Adjutant and Mrs. Brace 

Elliston — Captain Woodland 

Catalina — Captain Keeping and Lieutenant Wells 

Bay Roberts District. 

Clarke's Beach — Captain and Mrs. Cole 

Port de (x)-ai>(;— Captain Anthony. 

Bay Robert?~A<\iuta.nt and ]\[rs. Higdon and Ensign Hubley. 

Carfconenr— Ensign and Mrs. Ellsworth and Captain Lodge 

Hunt's Harbor — Ensign Burry and Captain Day 

Scilly Cove — Captain and Mrs. Oake 

Heart's Delight — Ensign Sainsbury and Capt. Rose 

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DiLDO District. 

Blaketown — Lieutenant Thomas 

Famish Cove — Captain ChH 

Dildo — Adjutant and Mrs. Harding and Captain Roberts. 

Arnold's Gove — Captain Janes. 

Bay Bulls Ann — Lieutenant Hobbs 

Paradise Sound — Lieutenant Forward 

Harbor (?rac«— Ensign Noseworthy and Lieutenant Blake. 

Chance Cove — Captain Carter 

Norman's Cove — Lieut. Colbourne 

Gambo District. 

Alexander £ai/— Captain Abbott 

Clarenville — Lieutenant Kean. 

Mtisgravetoivn — Adjutant and Mrs. Sainsbury and Ensign Millar. 

Chariot tclorcn — Captain Robbins. 

Gambo — Adjutant and Mrs. Brown and Captain Fowler 

Hare Bay — Captain Rod way 

Shoal Bay — Captain Payne 

Greenspond District. 

IjOo Cove — Lieutenant Pardy. 

Greenspond — Adjutant aud Mrs. O.xford 

Gooseberry Island — Captain Whitehorn 

Wesley mile- -Captain Caines and Lieutenant Abbott. 

Grand Bank District. 

Seal Cove, F. B. — Lieutenant Sweetapple 

Grand BanA:— Adjutant and Mis. Stickland, aud Capt. Stratl'ord, 

Lamaline — Captain Pitcher and Lieutenant Martin. 

Fortune — Eusign and Mrs. Canning 

Garnish — Captain Burry 

Burin — Ensign and Mrs. Tuck 

Port Blandford — Lieutenant Monsten 

St. John's District. 

St. Johns West — Ensign and Mrs. Hargroves 

St. John's £as#— Adjutant Ogilvie and Adjutant Blackniore 

St. John's Central — Captain Crocker 

Bell Island — Ensign Tilley 

Long Pond — Ensign Diamond 

CAawjre/ —Captain Stickland 

Notre Dame Bay District. 

Adjutant and Mrs. Hiscock, District Officers. 
Doting Core—Capta'm Cronie and Lieut. Porter 
Herring Neck—'iAmt. Mullett and Lieut. Burge 
Black Island — Lieutenant Fudge 



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Tioillingate — Ensign and Mr?. Earle and Captain Moore 

Moreton'e Harbor — Ensign Bowering and Captain Marsh 

Cottle's Island — Captain Saint 

Dog Bay — Captain Coveyduck 

Farmer's Arm — Captain Perry 

Comfort Gove — Ensign and Mrs. Butler 

Campbellton — Adjutant and Mrs. Hiscock 

Cottle's Cove — Captain Burge and Lieut. Janes. 

Exploits — Ensign and Mrs. Woolfrey and Lieut. Dwyer 

New Bay, S. JV. Arm — Ensign and Mrs. Grandy and Capt. Burry. 

Botwood — Ensign and Mrs. Simmons 

Grand i^'ai^s— Ensign Ebsary 

Millertoivn — 

Salt Pond — Adjutant Sexton 

Tilt Cove District. 
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Jacksoyi's Cow— Captain Young and Lieut. Perry 
Little IVard's Harbor — Lieutenant Small. 
Little Bay Island — Captain Loveless 

Shoal Arm — 

La Scie — Captain Hillier 

Pilley's Island — Ensign Oldford and Lieut. White. 

Triton — Captain Peach and Lieut. Andrews 

Harry'l Harbor — Lieutenant Pike 

St. Anthony — Ensign Wiltshire. 

Note.— These do not include 64 " Outposts " attached to Corps, and 
worked by officers of the Salvation Army. 

Rescue Home, Children's Shelter and Maternity Hospital. 

No. 28 Cook Street, St. John's, Nfld. 

Matron — Captain Bryon. 

Nurses — Lieutenant Street, Lieutenant Ball. 

Poor Men's Shelter, St. John's. 

Manager — Ensign Wh'te. 
Helper — A. Harbin. 

Men's Training Garrison, Power Street, St. John's. 

Principals — Ensign and Mrs. Hargroves. 

Women's Training Garrison, Springdale Street, St. John's. 
Principals — Adjutant Ogilvie and Adjutant Blackraore. 

MEMBERS OF THE NOMENCLATURE BOARD. 

Most Rev. M. F. Howley, D.D., Chairman ; Alex. A. Parsons, Esq., 
J.P., Secretary ; Rev. Canon Smith, R.D. ; Rev. L. Curtis, D.D. ; D. W. 
Prowse, Esq., C.M.G. ; Hon. H. J. B. Woods, E. M. Jackman, Esq. 



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H. M. Trade Gommusioner for Canada and Newfoundland — C. Hamil- 
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Imperial Trade Correspondent in Nfld. — H. W. LeMessurier. 

KING'S PRINTER. 

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Municipal. 

ST. JOHN'S MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. 

Office : City Hall, Dcckworth-st. 

Office Hours : 9 a.m. to .5 p.m. 

Maj/oc— William J. Ellis. 

Councillors — James J. Martin, John Coaker, James Channing, C. W, 
Byan, John Mullaly, M. W. Myrick. 

Officers : 
Mayor — William J . Ellis. 
Secretary-Treasurer — John L. Slattery. 
Accountant John Mahoney. 
Firf:t Cler]ii — John Lark in. 
Junior Cleric — Douglas French. 
City Encfineer — John Ryan. 

Clerks, Engineer's Department — John Holden and Wm. P. Ryan. 
Water Rate Collectors — J. P. Grace, M. P. Hynes. 
General Tax Collector— io\m T. Fitzpatiick. ' 

Plumbing Inspector aiid Foreman of Water Worlcs— John Donnelly. 
Waterer of Vessels— John Flynn. 
Sanitary Supervisor — James Dwyer. 
Eoad Inspector (East) — Henry Barnes. 
Road Inspector (West) — M. Bambrick. 
Water Waste Inspector — Thomas Baker. 
Sewerage Foreman — Thomas Bird. 

Sanitary Department. 

Supervisor ^i 2im.es, Dwyer. 

Inspectors — Thomas Ewing, John Beer. 

Stable Keeper — Thomas Clancy. 

Impounder — Arthur Dessert. 

Day of meeting : Friday evening. Pay day : Saturday. 

Auditor— The Comptroller and Auditor General. 



Municipal — Water Companies. 287 

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Assessment. 

Water rates (town), 6 per cent, on appraised lental for occupier, three 
per cent, owner. 

Vacant lands, five per cent, on appraised lental. 

Sewerage rates, one-fourth of the above percentage. 

An annual tax of one cent per gross ton upon every steamship, or 
steamboat, or steamtug, entering the port of St. John's, to be paid by the 
master or owner of every such steamship, or steamheat, or steamtug, not 
oftener than once in any one year. 

Water rates (shippint^), five cents per ton, not to exceed f20, payable 
once a year on all vessels entering the port of St. John's. 

Goal Duty — Seventy cents per ton on bituminous, and one dollar per 
ton on antiiracite, collected on all coil ini]ioi ted at the port of St. John's. 

HARBOR GRACE WATER COMPANY. 

Directors — W. W^ard (Government) ; John Tapp, H. C. Watts, John 
G. Munn, Willis Davis, E. Godden. 
President — N. Munn. 
Treasurer— 'Bfiuk of Nova Scotia. 
Secretary and Collector — J. L. Oke. 
Superintendent — J. Grifhn. 

Stock (guaranteed by Government), $76,400. 

RATES PAYABLE HALF YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 

Owners, 4 per cent. ; Occupiers, 4 per cent. Leaseholders and occu- 
piers, 7 3-15 per cent. ; LandowneT.«, 4-5 per cent. ; I^easeholders, only, 
3 1-5 per cent. ; and 5 cents per ton on all vessels entering from foreign 
ports, to discharge or take in cargo — due p.nd papable each year. Coasting 
and fishing vessels being exempt. Coal duty, 50 cents per ton. 

CARBONEAR WATER COMPANY. 

Directors — Josiab H. Penney, Robert Simpson, Treas. ; James Moore. 
Secretary — James Howell (of Thomas). 

Government Stock $37,000.00 

Rates, payable half yearly in advance, 6 per cent, on all property ; five 
cents per ton on all vessels entering the port ; fifty cents per ton on coal. 

PLACENTIA WATER COMPANY. 

Pmi(^««<— Ignatius Collins, Secretary— E. O'Reilly ; Nich. Handrick, 
Patrick Mansfield, Jacob Hanham, Richard Wyse, sr., W. P. Miller. 

Rate on appraised Rental ^i per cent. 

Stock (guaranteed by Government) ... $I4,U00 
Fiftv cents per ton duty is charged on do nestic coals entered at the 
port of Placentia, the amount collected being paid towards the support of 
the Water Company, as is also a charge of five cents per ton as water rates 
on vessels entering the port, coasting and fishing vessels being exempt. 



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Hours of Business ... ... ... 10 a. m to 3 p.m. 

Governors— III. Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, P.C, K.C.M.G., K.C., Ll.D. ; 
Hon. George C. Skelton, M.D. ; Hon. .lohn Harris, Hon. J. B. Ayre, John 
K. Bennett, M.H.A., K. A. Squires, M.H. A., M. J. Kennedy, M.H.A., 
and The Speaker House of Assembly. 

Directors — Hons. J. Harris, J. B. Ayre, G. Skelton. 

Cashier — V. C. Berteau, J. P. (acting.) 

Accountant — W. H. J. Shears. 

Teller—^. G. Currie. 

Assistant Clerk — H. Barnes. 

Branrh Banks. 

Harbor Grace — Clerk — John Foley. 
Heart's Content — Clerk — George F. Moore. 
Bay Roberts — Clerk — D. J. Fraser. 
Bell Island—Clerk—^. D. Walsh. 
Grand Falls — Clerk— H. F. Newhook. 
Placentia — Clerk — J. Collins. 
Wesleyville— Clerk — E. B. Sainsbury. 

Number of Depositors 31st December, 191-2, at St. .Johns, 6,417 ; at 
Harbor Grace, 743 : at Heart's Content, 362 ; at Bay Roberts, 470; at Bell 
Island, 20 ; at Grand Falls, 61 ; at Placentia, 50. Total Accounts, 8,123. 

Total amount on Deposit 31st December, 1912, §3,098,304.15. 

Kate of Interest on Deposits, 3 per cent. 

BANK OF MONTREAL. 

[Established 1617.] 

Head Office : Montre.al. 

Capital (all paid up) - - - $16,000,000 

Rest ---... 16,000,000 

Undivided Profits - - . 802,814 

Jion. President— Ut. Hon. Lord Strathcona & Mount Royal, G.C.M.G. 

President — R. B. Angus, Esq. 

Vice-President and General Manager — H. V. Meredith, Esq. 

Financial Agents for the Government of the Dominion of Canada. 

Bankers for the Government of Newfoundland. 

St. John's Branch, Water Street. 
Manager — J. A. Paddon. 

Bay of Islands Branch, Birchy Cove. 
Mvnager—F. H. J. Ruel. 

Grand Falls Branch. 
Acting Manager- -R. T. Huestis. 

London, England. Branch. 
Manager— ¥. W. Taylor, 46 & 47 Threadneedle street. 



Banks. 289 

Groceries and Provisions. 

In the United Statek. 

New York—'R. Y. Hebden, W. A. Bog and J. F. Moliaeux, Agents, 
31 Pine street. 

Chicago — J. M. Greata, Manager. 

Bankers in Great Britain. 

London — The Bank of England. 

The Union of London and Smith's Bank, Ltd. 

The London and Westminster Jiank, Ltd. 

The National Provincial Bank of Loudon, England. 
Liverpool — The Bank of Liverpool, Ltd. 
Scotland — The British Linen (Jo. Bank and Branches. 

Bankers in the United States. 

New York — The National City Bank. 
The Bank of New York. 

The National Bank of Commerce in New York. 
Boston— T\i^ Merchants' National Bank. 

J. 1>. Moors & Co. 
Buffalo — The Maine Bank, Butfalo. 
San Francisco — The First National Bank. 

Anglo-California Bank, Ltd. 

Branches in all the chief cities and toivns of Canada. Letters of 
Credit issued available in all parts of the world. 

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

Capital, $4,410,000 ; Reserve, §8,074,000. 

head office : TORONTO, ONT. 

General Manager — H. A. Richardson. 

Over one hundred Branches in Canada, United States, West Indies 
and Newfoundland. 

Branches in Newfoundland. 

St. John's — R. H. Anderson, Manager. 
Harbor Grace — W. J. Hunt, Manager. 
Grand Bank — P. L. Carr, Manager. 
Bonavista — A. G. Bremner, Manager. 
Burin — N. W. Sainthill, Manager. 
Carbonear — W. H. Morrow, Manager. 
Ticillingate — J. A. Templeton, Manager. 
Bell Island — B. Butler, Manager. 

CORRESPONDENTS. 

Great Britain- -'Loudon Joint Stock Bank, and Branches. 
New For^-— Bank of New York, N. B. A. 
Boston — Merchants' National Bank. 
Chicago — First National Bank. 
San Francisco — Canadian Bank of Commerce. 
St. Pierre, Miq. — Banque des Isles, St. Pierre et Miquelon. 
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Authorized Capital - - - $25,000,000 

Rest ..... 12,750,000 

Paid-up Capital - - - 11,300,000 

Assets 172,908,662 

HEAD OFFICE : MONTREAL. 

President— H. S. Holt ; General Manager— E. L. Pease. 

St. Johns Branch, Goodfellow's Building, Water Street. 

Manager — W. H. C rowdy. 
Accountant—C. E. Meeli'an. 
Teller — Alexander Marshall. 

Clerks— A. G. Joy, A. White, P. G. Ledingham, K, W. Netton, G. T, 
Duncan, J. F. Edens. Stenographer — M. E. Gamberg. 

Trinity Branch. 

Acting Manager — S. Robertson. 
Teller— 3. M. Kawlins. 

CORRESPONDENTS : 

Dominion of Canada— 'KoyaX Bank of Canada. 

Bermuda— B&nk of Bermuda (Limited.) 

Neiv For/j— Agency : The Royal Bank of Canada. 

£osto7i—^ a.tiona,\ Shamut Bank. 

Great Britain— The Royal Bank of Canada, London. 

France — Credit Lyonnais. 

Germany — Deutsche Bank. 

CANADIAN TRADE COMMISSIONER. 

W. D. Nicholson. 

Office - - Bank of Montreal Building, St. John's. 



foreign €o\^0u\0. 

Argentine Republic— I^ice Consul— M. Queralt. 
Austria-Hungary— H. H. Von Hannenheim. 
BELGWil—Constd-General, Canada and Nfld.—M. Goor, Ottawa. 
Consul for Ncufonndland — E. A. Hayward. 
Brazil— CowOTtZ, St. John's— C. Blackburn. 

Vice-Consul, St. John's — J. Fenelon. 
Commercial Agent, Harbor Grace— Vi'. H. Thompson 
Cv-RK— Consul— Vf . H. Franklin. 
Denmark— C'o?esM;—T. Cook. 
France — Vice-Consul— Viexre de Larroque (acting.) 

Consular Agent, Sandy Pot«<— Walter LeRoux. 



Foreign Consuls — Anglo-American Telegraph C<\ 291 



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German Empire— Consul, St. John's ami hur. Grace— K. R. Prowse. 

Actinff Vice-CoHsul, Nain -E. A. Martin. 
Italy — Consular Agent for Neivfoimdland — Chas. McK. Harvey (acting.) 
Netherlands— I'jce.ConsM;, St. John's— 'N. Outerbridge. 
Norway — Canada and Newfoundland, exc. of British Columbia — 
Consul — Finn Koren, Montreal. 
Vice-Consul, St. John's— T. H. Cook. 
Panama— Con.jM/— A. E. Hickman. 
Portugal — Consul, St. John's— A. J. Goodridge. 

Vice-Consul, King's Cove — Daniel A. Kyan. 
" La Poile—Heuij Clement. 

" Fogo — Henry J. Earle. 

" Burin— Chsiiles F. Bishop. 

" Twillingate and Herring Neck — J. D. Lockyer. 

" Grand Bank — George A. Hutfett. 

" Harbor Breton — Charles Way (acting.) 

Consular Agent, Harbor Grace — Graham Munn. 
" Bonavista — P. Templeman. 

Spain* — Consul-General for B. A. America— Don Ortes de Tugasti, 
Montreal. 

U. S. OF America — Consul, St. uohn's — James S. Benedict. 
Vice-Consul, St. Johns — H. Bradshaw. 
Considar Jigent, Bay of Islands — 0. Gould. 



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Admiral's Cove 

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Bay Bulls 

Bay du Nord 

Bay Roberts 

Brigus 

Brigus Junction 

Broad Cove (S. Shore) 

Broad Cove (By. Stn.) 

Burgeo 

Burnt Island 

Cape Broyle 

Cape Ray 

Cupids 

Cape Race 

Caplin Bay 



Carbonear 

Channel 

Conn River 

Fermeuse 

Ferryland 

Goulds, Bay Bulls 

Road 
Harbor GrHce 
Heart's Content 
Holy rood 
Kelligrews 
La Poile 
Long Harbor 
Mobile 

Portaux-Basqueb 
Portugal Cove, near 



PJacentia 

Placentia Junction 
Rauteni 
Renew.se 
Rose Blanche 
St. John's, East 
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Salmon Cove 
Tilton 
Toad's Cove 
Topsai 1 
Trepassey 
Donovan's 
Witless Bay 
Whithourne. 
Woodford's 



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Stationery, Books, Fancy Goods, Pictures. 



Money Transfer Department. 

Domestic and Foreign Mouey Orders \>y Telegraph and Cable. 

Night Letters. 

A message of fifty words accepted at all liours for transmission at 
night at the ten wonl day rale and delivered the following moining 
throughout Canada anil the United States. 

Continuous Service. 

Main Office, Exchange Buililing, Water Street, open daily (Sundays 
included) fioni 8 a.m. to niiduiglil. F.oi' service lietween midnight and 
H a.m., telephone No. 69. 

Branch Offices in <lirect cnmniuuicHlioii (through Company's system) 
with all parts of the world : — O.-^lnirue Himse, opjiosiie General I'o.-t Office, 
St. John's ; Mechanics' Building, Water Street Kast ; open every week 
day from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. 

Telephone .378 for Messenger. 

LETTERS PATENT ISSUED IN NFLD., 1899 to 1912. 
Paient Obfice : Office of the Colonial Secretary. Court House Building. 



Grantee. 



PUROSES FOE WHICH LeTTEBS ARE GRANTED. 



Date of 

Issue. 



Augustus Horwood 



J. C. W. Stanley 

Fredk. A Maximilian 

SchiecheJ. 
Olivers. Garretson .. 

Emil Kreuser 

John Davidson 

Guglielmo Marconi ,. 
Elizabeth P. Parnell.. 

Francis Ellershausen 

John P. Wetherell .. 
David Z. Baumgerten 
Chas. C. Bruckner 
Frederick Bedell 

Harold Boyd ... . 
Edward Hett ... . 

Do. ... . 

Do. ... . 



Improvements in metliod of and apparatus for 
the conversion of the energy of fuel and an 
expansion medium into power 

Improvements in or relating to tlie extraction 
of Oil from material containing it 

Improvements in magnetic separation 

Improvements in Blatte and Pyritic smelting 
and converting or bessemerizing Matte 

Improvements iu Electro-magnetic apparatus 
for separating Ore • 

Improvements in Fish Food preparations... 

Apparatus employed in Wireless Telegraphy 

Improvements in or relating to the treatment 
of Ores and ie apparatus therefor 

Improvements in the treatment of refractory 

I Sulphuric Ores 

Improvements in magnetic separation 

Improvements in Acetylene Gas Generators 

Improvements in Hydro-carbon vapor burners.. 

System of Telegraphy and transmission of cur- 
rents by electricity 

Improvements in Explosives 

Improvements in transferring and printing, 
and mecanisms therefor 

Improvements in making printing surfaces, and 
mechanisms therefor 

Improvements in printing and mechanisms 
therefor 



Feb.. 1899 

Mar., 1899 
Blar., 1899 



April, 1899 



April, 

May, 

May, 



1899 
1899 
1899 



June, 1899 



June, 

July, 
Aug., 

Aug., 

'Oct., 
Nov., 

Nov., 

Nov., 

Nov., 



1899 
1899 
1899 
1899 

1899 
1899 

1899 

1899 

1899 



294 



Letters Patent. 



hY'R^ & SONS, LTD., for 




Guglielmo Marconi ., 

Adolph Nielson 

Olaf Tyberg & others. 
Ouglieimo Marconi .. 

Do. 

John Darling 

H.P'. Kilpatrick-Picard 

Michael L. Pupin 

Francis Ellershau.sen.. 
Arch. AV. Maconochie . 
Eugene L. Edson 

John S. Mor.ston 
Carl A. Von Welshack 
Do. 

Ludwig Risniuller 
George Mackinson 
George RismuUer 

J. B. de Alzugaray .,, 
Alex. G. Strathern ... 

Eugene R. Edson 
Do. 

Henry Carmichael ... 
Do. 

John H. Lubber 

Wm. H. Knox 

James Doull 

E. P. Stiker 

William Moir 

D. Drummond 

Emil Kunsdeu 

G. Marconi 

E. P. Stiker 

Thos. H. Churchill ... 

Wm. J. Knox 

Charles Filor 

A. E. Kent and others 
Thaddeus S. C. Lowe. 
Henry F. Campbell . . . 



Simon Alfred Fraser... Improvements in Grippers Jan., 190O 

Francis Edwd. Elmore Improved method of separating Metallic from 

rocky constituents of Ores, and apparatus 

for that purpose Mar., 1900 

Improvements in apparatu.s employed in Wire 

less Telegraphy ." Maj-, 1900 

Time and Friction Fuses to be used in connec 

tion with explosive bomb harpoons Oct., 1900 

Improvements in Cigar JIachincs Dec, 1900 

Improvements in Receivers for Electrical oscil- 
lations Dec, 1900 

Improvements in apparatus for Wireless Tele- 
graphy Dec, 1900 

Improvem'ts in Windows for Railway Carriages Mar., 1901 
Improvements in treatment of complex Sul- 
phide Ores Mar., 1901 

Improvem'ts in the art of leducing attenuation 

of Electrical waves, and apparatus therefor. Mar., 1901 
Improvements in complex and refractory Ores. May, 1901 
Improvements in Tin.s for preserved foods ... June, 1901 
Improvements in obtaining Gelatine and Oil 

from Fish, &c 

Improvements in Pumps... 

Improvem'ts in supports for Osmium Filaments 

Improvements in Electrical accumulation and 

j)rimary cells 

Process for bleaching Whale and Seal Oil 
Apparatus for saving or economising fuel 
Process for extraction of Oil, &c., from refuse 

of meat, &c 

Process of extraction of gold & silver from Ores 
Manufacture of Weldless Chains and machi- 
nery for such Dec, 1901 

Manufacture of Oil from fish waste, &c Jan., 1902 

Manufacture of Oil from fish waste, &c Jan., 1902 

Apparatus for roasting Ores Feb., 1902 

Method of roasting Ores Feb., 1902 

Improvements in manufacture of Glass articles Feb.,' 1902 

Jlethod of treating Copper ores Feb., 1902 

iManufacture of Peat, &c Mar., 1902 

Metal Dressing Machine Mar. ^ 1902 

Fixing tops Seamless Cans Mar.' 1902 

Spark Preventer and Fuel Economiser May,' 1902 

Process for treating Ores May. 1902 

Receiver suitable for Wirele.ss Teiegraphv "... .July, 1902 

Shute for Metal Dress ng Machines ... " Sept., 1902 

Night Cribs for Children Oct., 1902 

Linings of Vessels Oct-' 

Blind Stitching Sewing Machines .''Dec.', 

Automatic Telephone Exchange Dec!' 

Process and apparatus for manufacture of Coke Dec'.' 
Method and apparatus for extraction of mag 

netic particles from Ore Pulp 

Improvements in Marine Vessels 



July, 
Aug., 
Aug., 

Aug., 
Sept., 
Oct., 

Dec, 
Dec, 



1901 
1901 
1901 

1901 
1901 
1901 

1901 
1901 



F. A. Knapp 



Jos. 
P. 



Simons and Karl 
Hangl. 



Manufacture of Fuel Briquettes and Machines 
therefor 



Dec, 
Dec, 



1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 

1902 
1902 



Dec, 1902 



Letters Patent. 



295 



Sporting and Camping Goods. 



Grantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date of 

Issue. 



James DouU 

Oskar H. Anderson ... 
A. S. Elmore 

C. A. Hege 

Ludwig Rismuller 
A. Elefsen and E. 

Sommerfeldt. 
Ludwig Rismuller 

Baron Victor Baretto.. 

H. C. "Woltreck 

Wm. K. Montgomery.. 
Michael J. Pupin 

Michael J. Pupin 

H. C. "Woltreck 

Herbert C. Booth ... 

Agazio Falcone 

Joa. B. de Alzugaray .. 
Wm. H. Storey 

John S. Rigby 

Joseph Roper 

Samuel Butler 

Pierce J. Brien 

John Edward Cooper. 

Do. 

John Pell Northey .. 

■Charles Summers 

Eugene Rilc}- Edson ... 

Guglielmo Marconi .. 

Walter Lamb 

Elias Roberts 

John Cormack 

John H. Lubbers 
Utley Wedge 

Charles C. Hovey 

Walter Lamb 



Manufacture of Peat and Peat Moss and ma- 
chiner}' therefor 

Manufacture of Artificial Stone 

Process and apparatus for separating Mineral 
substances by selective action of Oil 

Machine for Cutting Railroad Cross Ties 

Oil-proof and Acid-proof Tanks 

Method of regulating Tension on Harpoon Rope 



Jan., 1903 
Jan., 1903 

Feb., 1903 
Feb., 1903 
Feb., 1903 
Feb., 1903 



Machine for Drying, Grinding, and Screening 
Meat and other substances 

Proce.ss and apparatii.s for manufacture of 
Bricks or Building Blocks, &c 

Improvements in process for producing Ammo- 
nia by Synthesis 

Plug Machines for Tobacco 

Art of reducing the attenuation of Electrical 
waves and apparatus therefor 

Apparatus for reducing attenuation of Electri- 
cal waves 

Process for the production of Ammonia by 
Synthesis 

Improvements relating to the extraction of 
dust from carpets and other materials 

Improvements in Electric Telegraph apparatus 

Manufacture of Iron and Steel and their alloys 

Improvements in Trawls, Nets, and other fish- 
ing gear 

Improvements in the manufacture of Bricks 
and Artificial Stone 

Improvements in connection with Compasses 
for taking bearings 

New and useful means of preventing the skid- 
ding or side slipping of Motor Cars, &c. ... 

New and useful Button to he applied to the 
movable Jaw of all Wrenches 

Anti-friction mechanism of the Axle Shafts of 
Railway Carriages and other vehicles 

Anti-friction mechanism as applied to Railway 
and other vehicles 

Sound-producing devices suitable for Syrens 
and like instruments 

Appliances for lifting and turning Anvils for 
rock boring and other purposes 

Improvements in Rendering or Reducing Ap 
paratus 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy 

Improvements in the method of preserving Fish 

Appliances in connection with ArtificialArms. 

Improvements in connection with Air Coolers. 
Refrigerators and Bait Freezers 

Method of and Apparatus for Drawing Glass.. 

Improvements in preparing particles of Iron 
Pyrites for Desulphurization 

Apparatus for Canning Food 



Mar., 1903 

April, 1903 

April, 1903 
May, 1903 

June, 1903 

June, 1903 

Aug., 1903 

Aug., 1903 
Aug., 1903 
Aug., 1903 

Sept., 1903 

Sept., 1903 

Sept., 1903 

Oct., 1903 

Dec, 1903 

Dec, 1903 

Dec, 1903 

Feb., 1904 

Mar., 1904 

Mar., 1904 
April, 1904 
May, 1904 
May, 1904 

June, 1904 
June, 1904 

July, 1904 
July, 1904 



Improvements in the method of preserving Fish Sept., 1904 



296 



Letters Patent. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., 



Grantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted, 



James Bergan 

John A. Fleming 

Do. 
William B. KeiT 

John Henry Lubbers... 

John Clouston 

HallackAbbeyPonro.se 
Thos. Leopold Wil.son. 
Edwd. Daniel Schmitt 
Charles A. Petrie 
Jno. Ambrose Fleming 

Charles Maurice Allen 

Ralph Baggaley 

Ralph Baggalcy and 

Oiias. Maurice Allen 
Ralph Baggalcy and 

Chas. Maurice Allen 
Ralph Baggalcy, Chas. 

Maurice Allen and 

Ed. Wm. Lindijuist. 
Alessandro Artom 



Marcus Augustus 

Groodwin. 
James Law Crawford.. 

Lieut. -Col. Otho Glynn 

Bolitho. 
Eniil L. Opperiiiann ... 

Tho.s. Leopold Wilson... 

Reginald A. Fes.sendeii. 

John W. Hayward 

Jacob David Wolf 

Guglielmo Marconi 
William Oliphant 
William Oliphant 

Alfred C. Lawrence ... 
Robert White 

Louis Arsene Desy 
Horace Fowler Brown .. 
George Dexter Burton ,. 

Lee de Forest 



Apparatus for automaticallj- lighting and ex 
tinguishing Street and other Gas Lamps .. 

Transmitting instruments for Wireless Teleg'y 

Telegraphic Signalling Keys 

Process for separating the Fluid portions from 
Solid portions of Fatty Substances .. 

Method of and Apparatus for Drawing Sheet 
Glass 

Air Cooler, Refrigator and Bait Freezer 

Shipi)ing Cases for IJottled Liquids 

Automatic (ias ]5uo}'s 

Bottle Seals 

Devices for Cutting Ships' Cables 

Instruments for Detecting and Measuring Al- 
ternating Electric Currents 

Method for Converting Coi)per Matter 

Jlcthod of Refining Copper 

Slethod of recovering values from Ores by dis- 
solving in a Molten Bath 

Method of Smelting Ore and cleaning Conver- 
ter Slag 

Method of Smelting Ores and Separating 
Matter 

Improvem'ts in and relating to the transmission 
of Electrical energy through space for the 
purpose of Wireless Telegraphy and the like 

Bottle Sealing Devices 

Apparatus for finding Underground Minerals 

bv Electric Earth Currents 

linprovenienl in Ajiparatus tor Catching Fish .. 

Improvements in and relating to Electric Seeou 
dary Batteries 

Iniprovt-nients iu combined Ga.s Whistling and 
Bell Buoys 

Improvenieuts iu Signalling 

Art and niethod of and for attaching, connecting, 

protecting and preserving Bait n.^^ed with, 

u|ion and in connection with F'ish Hooks ... 

IniprovcMient.s in or relating to the separation of 

Metals from their Ores 

Improvements in or relating to Wireless Teleg'hy 

Improvements in Gas Machines ". 

Improvements in an apparatus for decanting 

Aerated Liquids into open vessel.s 

Improvements in Surface Carburettors 
Improvements in Gas Burners, and in Signalling 

apparatus in connection therewith 
Improvements in Excavating Apparatus 
Imiirovements in method.s ot Treating Ores 
Improvements in methods of treating Hides and 

Skins by Electricity 

Improvements iu Wireless Telegraphy 



Date of 
Issue. 


Sept 
Oct., 
Oct., 


,1904 
1904 
1904 


Dec. 


1904 


Jan., 
Jan., 
May, 

May, 
May, 
Aug. 


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1905 
1905 
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1905 


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Aug. 
Aug., 


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1905 
1905 


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Aug., 


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Dec, 


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Feb., 1906 



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Make Tents to Order. 



Grantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date ov 
Issue. 



Frank Creelraan 

Cornelius Lie 
Walter Clouston 

Alex. McMartiii Stark.. 

Robt. Allison Chambers 

Berthold G. Reschke .. 

Wm. Blackinnre anil 
Alfred Howard. 

Robert Burn 

William Janiieson 

Alessandro Artoni 

Arthur Wesley Lake .. 

William Janiiesou 

John Pell Northey 

G«o. Farqiihar and 
Robt. North. 

Berthohl Gustav 

Res.hke. 
Ralph Baggaley 

Alfred Schwarz 

Louis Arsene Deay 
Valdft-'iar Poulseu 

Valdemar Poulsen 

Valdemar Poulsen 

Valdemar Poulsen 

Thos, Jensen 



Herman Chas. Wolterpck 
Francis Edward Elmore. 



Charles Comstock Lane. 



Improvements in an improved Striking means 

for Bell Buoys June, 1906 

Improvements iu Net-making Machines... ... June 190& 

New and useful Artificial Bait for Cod and other 

fishes June, 190& 

Improvements in communicating Electric Light 

and Power Systems ... ... ... ... JJune. 1906 

Improvements in method and apparatus fo? fill- 
ing Ore, Coal, and the like JAug,, 1905 

Improvements in the manufacture of Safety Ex- j 

plosives 'Aug., 1906 

fniprovenienta in the treatment of Pyritic Ores i 
containing gold, silver, and other valuable ■ 
metals Aug., 1906 

Improvements in method of Fastening the Heads 

of Casks or like vessels Aug, 1906 

Improvements in Machines for shaping and pre- 
paring Staves for Casks ami the like ... Aug., 1906 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy Receiving 

Apparatus " Aug., 1906 

Injpnjvemeiits in method of packing fresh Cod- 
fish, Co<lfish Tongues, and other similar 
articles of food in tins Sept., T906 

Improvements in Machines for Clamping together 

jiieces of Wood or other material ... ... Oct., 1906 

Improvemenls in sound jirodncing devices, suit- 
able for Syrens and like instruments ... Oct., 1906 

Improvements in and relating to Devices for 
Hernieticallv Sealing Metal Receptacles for 
Food and the like Dec, 1906 

Improvements iu the Manufacture of Safety Ex- 
plosives Dec, 1906 

Methods of and Apparatus for Extracting Metal 

"Values from Ores Jan., 1907 

Improvements in Method of and Apparatus for 

Concentrating Ore April, 1907 

E.tcavatiug Apparatus ... April, 1907 

Improvements in Receivers for the Wireless 

Transmission of Signals April, 1907 

Improvements in Receiving Systems for.Wireless 
Transmission of Signals April, 1907 

Improved Methods of Signalling in Wireless 

Telegraphy April, 1907 

Improvements relating to the Production of Al- 
ternating Electric Currents April, 1907 

Improvements in Devices for binding or fasten 
ing together the Claws or Pinchers of Lob- 
sters and like Crustacea April, 1907 

Process for the Production of Ammonia April, 1907 

Improvements in Processes for Separating cer- 
tain constituents of finely divided material 
by causing them to rise or fioat in a liquid. April, 1907 

Improvements in Ore Crushing Machines ... April, 1907 



Guy H. Mallam ... Improvements in Steam Digesters for Treating April, 1907 

Wood Fibre 



AA 



298 



Letters Patent. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Clean 



Geantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted, f ^^ate op 

Issue. 



Wellington Parker 

Kidder. 
Chis. Wesley Davis 

and Uuo. Win. Davis. 
Johannes Angust Garnis 

Chas. Petrie 
Herman Zerning 

Thos. Leopold Wilson.. 
Gugliflnio Marconi 

Auber Crawte Pearson.. 



John W. Clonslon 



Ettore Bellini ami 

Aless.-mdro Tosi 
Wm. Norris Cornell 



Do. 



Giist.if Dillberg a.m\ 
Anders Gadd, 

Henry Schofield 

-Charles Wesley D:>vis 

and Geo. Win. D.ivis. 
F. J. Caiter, Geo. W. 

Wilton and Stenlieu 

Taylor. 
Edwaid Soa|diu and 

Jolitte Qiiinton. 
Wm. Speirs Simpson 

and Howard Ovi;ilt. 
John Blnm 

Gnglielmo Marroni 
John Ja'oli Asfor 
Alfred A. Lockwooil and 
MarmsH. A. 8 imnel. 



[mprovenients iu Ty))ewriters 



Improvements in Typewriters 

Improvements in or relating to Trawling Nets 
for nse in Herring or other fisheries 

[miirovenients in Hawse Pipes ... 

Inijirovenjenls in the Manufacture of Filaments 
for 1 IK andescent Electric Lamps 

Improvements in Fog Signalling Apparatus 

Improvements in Transmitters for Wireless Te- 
legraphy 

finpruvements in and in ajiparatus for the tieat- 
ment of Fi.sh, Fish Olfal, and the like, for 
the extraction of Oil and production of Fer- 
tilizers ... 

Art, Mailiiiie or Method for the rajiid drying of 
Codtisli and other tish and tish jiroilucts, by 
strong .iirreiits of air at regulated temjje- 
ratures ... 

System of Directed Wireless Telegraphy 

Improvements in a Process of Utilizing Waste 

Products from the Manufacture of Paper ... 

Improvements in an Apparatus tor utilizing 

Waste Products from the Manufacture of 

Paper 

Improvements in means and method for protect- 

from ilecomposition and putrefaction Vegetable 

Fibres and articles and materials made of same. 

Improvements relating to the Furnaces of Steam 

Boilers 
Imjirovements in Typewriters 

Improvements in the method or process of Cur- 
ing and putting up Codfish 

Method for the Manufacture of Squids for 
Human Food pur(ioses 

Improvements in the Metallurgy of Iron anil 
Steel 

Improvements Iti and relating to the Manufac- 
ture of Artificial Para Rubber 

Im|irovements in Wireless Telegraphy ''. ... 

Improvements in a Vibratory Disintegrator 

Improvcnients relating to the Treatment of Ore.s 



Alfred A. Lockwood & Improvements relating to the Treatment of 
Marcus K. A. Samuel Ores, or the like 



Josc5 B. de Alzugaray. 
Thermos Limited 

Charles Desmarais ... 

Jonathan Noseworthv. 



Improvements in the Art of Extracting Metals 

from their Ores 
Double Walled Vessels with a space for a 

vacum between the vifalls. 
Core Extractors for Rock Drills ... 

Process for the manufacture of Fish and Fish 

products for food purposes. 



June, 1907 



June 1907 

July, 1907 
Aug., 1907 

Sept., 1907 
Oct., 1907 

Dec., 1907 



Dec, 1907 

Mar. 7, '08 
Mr. 16, '08 
Aug. 8, '08 

Aug. 8, '03 

Nov. 13, '08 

Ian. 22, '09 
Feb. 2, '09 

Mr. 30, '09 

May 29, '09 

June 7, '09 

June 7, '09 
July 9, '09 
Sejit. 4, '09 
.Sep. 26, '09 

Sep. 25, '09 

Oct. 21, '09 

Nov.2t),'09 
Dec. 1,'09 

Mar .11, 



Letters Patent. 



299 



Carpets with Vacuum Cleaner. 



Gkantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date 


OF 


Issue. 


May 


4. 


1910 


June 


20, 


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John Callahan 
Gordon Bryan 
.John J. Henley 
Malcolm F. Ewan and 

Geo. H. Tomlinson. 
Alexander Muirhead... 
Nils Testrup 
Ernest S. Hurtley 

Sale Whole 

Isidor Kitsee 

Do. 
Fred. W. Yost 
John Blum 
Wm. Speirs Simpson 

and Howard Oviatt. 
Fred. Bedford & Chas 

Edward Williams. 
Carl Bache-Wug 
John Jloyes and Chas. 

Alex. Stevenson. 
■Chas. Alex. Stevenson 
Herman Aedleter 



"Owen J. Owen 

Arthur Jas. Billows .. 
Edward A. Paterson .. 

John H. MacLean and 
William Paterson ... 

Marpal, Limited, ~| 
(Assignees of 

Walter H. Palmer) 

McElroy Shepherd 
Co., (Assignees of 
Carl E. Akeley) 

Peder Christian 
Sch?"-ining 

John l-,,il Northey 

Arthur Reginald Angus 
Ben]. F. A. Saylor 

The Dominion of Ca- 
nada General Trad- 
ing and Investment 
Syndicate, Ltd., 
(Assignees of 

-Oswald V. Forbes). 

Herman Blau 



New and improved School Desk 

Portable Saw Mill 

Machinery for filling Mattresses 

Process of producing from Ligno-Cellulose 

Fermented Sugar 

Electric Tolegraphy 

Briquetting of Carbonized Peat and the like 

Electrical means fer manufacturing small 

mechanical effects ... 
Improvements in or relating to Petroleum 

or other Hydro-carbon Oils 

Cable Telegraphy 

Telegraphic Relays ... ... 

Process of Treating Materials 

Manufacture of Artificial Para Rubber 
Direct production of Iron and Steel from 

the Ore 

Catalytic Reduction of Organic Substances. 

Wood Pulp and process of Making same ... 
Signalling Apparatus 

Apparatus for Submarine Signalling 

Manufacture or Treatment of Pulp for mak- 
ing Paper and like materials, and appa- 
ratus therefor 

Process of making Compressed or Artificial 
Slate 

Aeration of Liquids ... 

Roads, and Processes and Compositions for 
making them 



Treatment of Peat 
Explosives 



" 28, " 



" 28, "■ 

May 16, " 

" 16, " 

June 1, " 

" 1, " 



Process and apparatus for mixing and ap- 
plying Concrete ... ... ... ..' 

Strainer Drums for removing water from' 
Wood Pulp or the like i 

Sound Producing Devices for Fog Signalling, 
position, locating, and the like ... 

Railway safe running Devices "F." 

Process for making Paper Pulp 



Boots, Shoes, and the like 



" 26, " 

" 26, '• 

' " 26, " 

Sept. 5, " 

5, " 



" 12, " 



Illuminating Liquified Gas, and method of Octr. 7, 
and apparatus for the Production of an; 
Illuminating Liquified Gas 



300 



Letters Patent. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Lovell 



Grantee. 



PUROSES FOE WHICH LETTERS GRANTED. 



Date op 

Issue. 



Olvar Muntzing 



Elias Manuel 

Alexander Roberts and 

Artur Libert. 
Josef Eduard Pfiel 



Sidney G. Brown 
Nils Testrup ... . 
Nils Testrup 
Thomas Kigby ... . 
Wm. Alfred Phillips. 
Adolph S. Landau 



Fred. W. Ayer 

Harold Jackson 

Milon James Trumble. 

Jas. Prie.stnall Naylor 
Frank Fisher 

John Anderson 



Albert Alfred Carper.. 
Fred. Bedford and 
Chas. EdwardWilliams 



James Gitsham 



Robt. Macpherson and 
William Edwin Heys. 
Arthur Page 

Gordon Don Harris &. 

James Samuei Pollard 

Do. 

Guglielmo Marconi 
Theodor Franke ... 

John Gott 

Oswald Silberrad 
Olof Soderlund ... 



Nils Testrup, 
Thomas Rigby and 
Olof Soderlund 



Method of and apparatus for continually 
separating Solid matters from a Liquid 
in which they are suspended, and which 
is contained under pressure in a closed 
vessel 

JNlethod or Process of Tempering and Har- 
dening Steel 

Log Peeling and Trimming Machines 

Process for Manufacture of Cellulose from 

wood, wood chips, straw, reed, and the 

like materials 
Telegraphy 
Treatment of Oils, Fats, and the like 

Band i)re.sses 

Production of Briquette Fuel 

Method of of obtaining Oxides of Nitrogen,. 

Process wherebj- Hair of Fur may be trans 

ferred from one Hair Skin or Fur Skin 

to another Skin ... 

Methods of separating Bark from Wood 
Manufacture or preparation of Pul)) for 

Paper-making, and apparatus therefor,. 
Process and apparatus for the Evaporation 

of Liquid 

Electric Day and Night Sign 

Systems for transmitting Signals Electri 

cally through Conductors 

Feathering Wind Sails or Propellors appli 

cable for Wind Mills, Air Ships and other 

purposes 
Bottling Machines 
Process for the conversion of unsaturated 

fatty acids, their glycerides and other 

esters into their corresponding saturated 

compounds ... 
Process for the recovery of Gold and Silver 

from antimonial, arsenical and other 

Gold-bearing Ores ... 
Manufacture of Soaps ... 

Method of and means for preventing Trous- 
ers bagging at the Knees 

Method of and apparatus for Dehydrating 
and Warming Air ... 

Process of and apparatus for Dehydrating 
various food and other products 

Installations for Wireless Telegraphs 

Machines for Pressing Liquids froni mate- 
rials containing the same 

Working Submarine Cables 

Explosives 

Evaporetion, Distillation and similar opera- 
tions ... 

Utilization of Peat 



Octr. 7, 19ir 



Dec. 



Jan. 



7, 


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17, 


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31, 



Feb. 



31, 
13, 



Mar. 16, " 



" 16, 
April 25, 


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.1 


June 6, 


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" 6, 


'• 


" 6, 
July 8, 


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" 29, 
Aug. 13. 
Octr. 9, 


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Letters Patent. — Incorporated Bodies 



301 



and Covel's Chocolates ; none better. 



Geantee. 



Purposes fob which Letters Granted. 



Date op 
Issue. 



Mathias Weiwoda 

The Mechanical Pro-"\ 

cesB Manufacturing \ 

Co., (Assignees of j 

Robt. Mackey Corl)J 

Eudolf Adler 



William Parsons 
Axel Orling 



-Jonathan Noseworthy 

Thomas Parker 

Fred. Bedford and 
Krnst Erdmann. 



Carbureters ... 

Glassware forming Mechanism 

The Process of Manufacturing an Elastic 
rubber-like material from animal sub- 
stances ... ... 

Improvemsnts in the construction of Feed 

Gear for Rotary Machines for Saw Mills 

Methods of augmenting the recording effect 

of vibrations of small amplitude, and 

apparatus therefor 

Pavement and Roofing Compositions 
Improvements in and relating to Fuel 
Improved precess f orPthe production of light 
voluminous metallic oxides specially 
suitable for catalytic reactions 



Oet. 23, 1912 
Nov. 11, '• 

" 11, " 
" 16, " 



D 



20, 
26, 
ec. 14, 



17, 



Note, — Section 1, Chap. 109, of the Consolidated Statutes (2nd Series), provides 
that Letters Patent can be issued by the Governor in Council for a term not exceeding 
fourteen years, with the proviso that they inay be extended for a further term of seven 
year.-). Patents granted to non-re.sident.s which have not been brought into use iu 
Newfoundland within two years from the date of the Patent are no longer valid. 

Seotion 3 of the .same Chapter provide.s that any person may obtain from the 
■Colonial Secretary a copy of any such Letters Patent, or drawing relating to the same, 
;also the Petition whereon the said Letters Patent were issued, on payment of the 
aisual fees charged for copies of other documents. 

Note. — Letters Patent issued within the last fonrteeu years only on above list. 

INCORPORATED BODIES. 

(Under the Act respecting Companies, 62 & 63 Vic, c. 10.) 
Registrar— Gy.0. J. Adams, J. P. 






Name of Compakt, &c. 



Name of Company, &c. 



1900 


Bowring Brothers, Limited. 


1900 


Newfoundland Steam Screw Tug Co., 




Cabot Steam Whaling Co., Limited. 


1( 


Lmiited. 




City Club Building Co., Limited. 




Notre Dame Mining Co.. Limited. 




Glen wood Lumber Co., Limited. 


.C 


Royal Stores, Limited. 




Masonic Hall Joint Stock Co., Ltd. 




St. George's Field Joint Stock Co., 




Newfoundland Boot and Shoe Manu- 


li 


Limited. 




facturing Co., Limiteil. 


({ 


St. John's Nail Manufacturing Co., 


ji 


Newfoundland Brewery Co , Ltd, 


u 


Limited. 




Newfoundland British Society. 


11 


Shipwright Benefit Society. 


j( 


Newfoundland Consolidated Foundry 


(( 


St. John's Skating Rink Co., Ltd. 




Co., Limited. 


1901 


Colonial Cordage Co , Limited, 


.if 


Newfoundland Copper Concentrating 


li 


Grand River Pulp and Lumber Co. 




Co., Limited. 




Limited. 




Newfoundland Furniture and Mould- 


u 


Shoal Bay Mine Development Co. 




ing Co. Ltd. 




Limited 



302 


Incorporated Bodies. 


AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Leslie 


< 


Name of Company, &c. 


< 


Name ok Compauy, &c. 



1901 
1902 



1903 



1904 



1905 



1906 



Erik Steamship Co., Liniiteil. 

Lindljerg'Brewiiig Co., Limited. 

Horwood Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Dildo Saw Mill Co , Ltd. 

Bennett Brewing Co., Ltd. 

Standard Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 

Western Copper Co., Ltd. 

Baraclioix Mining Co., Ltd. 

Plaeentia Lead and Silver Mining 
Co., Limited. 

Ayre k Sons, Limited. 

Newtoiinclland Timber Estates, Ltd. 

Lewispnrt Store Co., Limited. 

Crown Manufacturing Co., Limited. 

Steamship Newfoundland Sealing 
Co., LinuteiL 

Bell Island Steamship Co.. Ltd. 

Angel Engineering Supply Co., Ltd. 

Ntld. Clothing Coin|iany, Ltd. 

Empire Wood Working Co,, Ltd. 

Fortune Bay Wh.aling Co., Ltd. 

Leonard, Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 

Labrador Whaling and Manufactur- 
ing Co., Ltd. 

Avalon S. S. Co., Ltd. 

United Seal Manufacturing Comp'y, 
Limited. 

St, Julien Copper Mining Co , Ltd. 

Hawke's Bay Whaling and Manufac- 
turing Co., Ltd. 

Ellis k Co , Ltd. 

Angwin & Co , Ltd. 

Ntid. Talc Co., Ltd, 

Anglo-NHd. Development Co.. Ltd, 

William Duff k Sons, Ltd. 

Terra Nova Lnndjer Co,, Ltd. 

The Adventure Steamship Co., Ltd. 

Thomas Smyth Co., Ltd. 

Western Star Printing Co., Ltd. 

C. L. March Co., Ltd. 

Smith Company, Ltd. 

Hue Mattress Co., Ltd. 

Transatlantic Talc Co., Ltd. 

Ntld. Produce Co., Ltd. 

St. John's Floating Dry Dock Co., 
Limited. 

Phcenix Whaling and Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd. 

Newfoundland Pine & Pulp Co., Ltd. 

P. B. Wood Co., Ltd. 

Northern Mining Co., Ltd. 

Robinson k Co., Ltd. 

Humber River Pulp and Lumber 
Co., Ltd. 

Newfoundland Fish Packing Com- 
pany (Lamb's Patent) Ltd. 



1906 



1907 



1908 



1909 



Archibald, Bros , Ltd. 

Harbor Grace Boot and Shoe Mauu- 
fai-turing Co., Ltd. 

White Bay Trading Company, Ltd. 

Our Own Woolen Mills, Ltd. (name 
changed on 21 Nov., '07, to "The- 
Woolen Mills, Lindted." 

The St. George'.-J Lumber Co., Ltd. 

The St. .John's Games Association. 

Abbott & Haliburton. 

Heart .s Contofit.Athletic Association^ 
Limited. 

Conception Bay Mutual Marine In- 
surance Co., Limited. 

Bonavista Bay Mutual Marine Insur- 
ance Co., Limited. 

The Notre Dame Mutual Insurance- 
Club Limited. 

The Chronicle Publi.shing Co.. Ltd. 

The Trinity Mutual Marine Insur- 
ance Co., Limited. 

The Colonial Chemical Co., Ltd. 

The Robert H. Reid Co.. 1 td. 

The Bonaventuro Co., Ltd. 

The Bellaventure Co., Ltd. 

Lawrence Newfoundland Co. Ltd. 

The Ntld Peat Industries Co., Ltd, 

The Thetis Steamship Co., Ltd. 

The Grand Bank Mutual Marine 
Insurance Co,, Ltd. 

The Ganilio Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Kothwell and Bowring, Ltd. 

West Coast Lumber & Pulp, Co., Ltd.- 

The Coney Arm Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Bishop, Sons and Co., Ltd. 

Nicholle and Inkpeu Co., Ltd, 

The Aerial Transportation Co., Ltd. 

The Quidi Vidi Cojiper Co., Ltd. 

The Ntld. Accident Mutual Associa- 
tion, Limited. Name changed to 
"The Nfid. Maunfacturers Acci- 
dent Mutual Insurance Association,. 
Lindted. 

James Baird, Limited. 

The Bally Haly Golf and Country 
Club, Limited. 

Job Brothers & Co.. Ltd. 

Job's Stores, Ltd. 

The West Coast Syndicate, Ltd. 

The Avalon Syndicate, Ltd. 

Fish Food E.xport Co., Ltd. 

Henry Patton & Co., Ltd. 

Anglo-Ameri(;an Development Co., 
Limited. 

Western Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Central Forests Co., Ltd. 



Letters Patent. — Game Close Time. 



303 



Baking Powders — hard to beat. 



< 


Name of Company. &c. 


PS 


Name of Company, &c. 



1909 
1910 



1911 



Gander River Lumber and Pulp 

Co., Ltd. 
Sudbury Waterproof Seal and 

Leather Manufacturing Co., Ltd 
Imperial Tobacco Company (Nfid.) 

Ltd. 
Marine Railway Dock Co., Ltd. 
Atlantic Pebble Co., Ltd. 
Catholic Clergy Fund Society of the 

Province of Newfoundland. 
Euphrates Steamship Co., Ltd. 
Parker & Monroe, Ltd. 
Rossiter & Co., Ltd. 
British-Nfld. Petroleum Co., Ltd. 
Rosiru Whaling Co., Ltd. 
British-Nfld. Exploitation Co., Ltd. 
The Chartered Co. of Nfld., Ltd. 
The Nfld. Corporation, Ltd. 
The Hamilton Pulp & Lumber Co., 

Limited. 
The Nfld. Motor Bus Co., Ltd. 
TheAmerican-Nfld. Industries, Ltd. 
The Eureka Lumber Co.. Ltd. 
The Globe Steam Laundry Co., Ltd. 
Nfld. Paper and Pulp Mills, Ltd. 
Labrador Forest Estates, Ltd. 
Newfoundland Poultrj' Association. 
Nelson Loan and Investment Co., 

Limited. 
The Grand Banks of Newfoundland 

Ice Co., Ltd. 
The St. John's Automobile and 

Garage Co., Ltd. 
The Nfld. Shipping Co., Ltd. 
The Exploits Investment Co., Ltd. 
The British Woollen Co., Ltd. 
The Nfld. Curling Rink Co., Ltd. 
The Labrador Mineral Co., Ltd. 
The Evening Herald, Ltd. 
The White Bear Lumber Co., Ltd. 
Rennie & Co., Ltd. 
J. B. Martin, Ltd. 
The Aquaforte Whaling and Trad- 
ing Co., Ltd. 
The Nascopie Steamship Co., Ltd. 
The Netherton Shipping Co., Ltd. 
The Newfoundland Agency, Ltd. 



1911 



1912 



The Fish Exporter's Defence Asso- 
ciation, Ltd. 

The Penn. Newfoundland Co., Ltd. 

The Licensed Victuallers As.socia- 
tion of St. John's, Ltd. 

The Belle Isle Straits Pulp and 
Lumber Co., Ltd. 

The Union Publishing Co., Ltd. 

Reliable Manufacturing Co , Ltd. 

Fishermen's Union Trad'g Co., Ltd. 

The Country Laundry' Ltd. 

Columbus Hall Conii)any, Limited. 

The Coronation Loan and Invest- 
ment Company, Limited. 

Humber River Syndicate, Limited. 

Star Publishing Company, Ltd. 

Franklin's Agencies, Limited. 

The Serpentine Pulp and Lumber 
Companj-. Limited. 

The Royal F'ur Company, Limited. 

R. Moulton, Limited. 

Alan Goodridge & Sons, Limited. 

Alleghany Forest Ginseng Co., Ltd. 

The Nfld. Mineral Company. Ltd. 

The Wesleyville Mutual Marine 
Insurance Company, Ltd. 

Jackman, the Tailor, Limited. 

The National Stores, Greaves and 
Sons, Limited. 

The Atlantic Fish and Transporta- 
tion Company, Limited. 

The British Aerated Water Co., 
Limited. 

The Newfoundland Lime Manufac- 
turing Company, Limited. 

The Newfoundland Fresh Food and 
Cold Storage Company, Ltd. 

Dicks and Company, Limited. 

The Grand Falls Skating Rink 
Company, Limited. 

The Exploits Valley Royal Stores, 
Limited. 

The Society for the Protection of 
Animals. 

The Hollowav Studio, Limited. 

The Colonial"Oil Shale and Chemi- 
cal Company, Limited. 



CLOSE TIME FOR FISH AND GAME. 

For Willow Grouse (Piirtridge) and other Grouse, or for eggs of the same, 
January 1st to September 20th. 

For Curlew, Plover, Snipe, or other wild or mipratory birds (excepting Wild 
Geese), or the eggs of the same, January 1st to September 20th. 

For Caribou, 1st February to 31st July (both days included) in any year, and 
1st day of October to 20th October (both days int^luded), in any year. illiug pro 



304 



Game Close Time. — Newspapers. 



fl@- AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



hibited at all times in the following area, viz. :— Commencing IJ miles South of 
Grand Lake Station on the shores of the Lake, to a point at the same distance from 
the railway at Howley; thence to Goose Brook, 1^ miles from the railway near Kitty's 
Brook Falls; thence Northward 6J miles; thence to a point at Junction Brook, 3 miles 
North ot Grand Lake Station, and" thence Southwardly along the course of the Brook 
and the shore of the Lake to point of commencement. 

Note- License to kill Caribou for non-residents in Colony, $50 for three stags. 
Rasidents may kill two stags and one doe in any one year. License for Guides (non- 
domicileil), $50 ; domiciled, free. A license is issued to any officer of any British 
war ship stationed on Fishery Protection Service free of charge. Caribou cannot be 
hunted with dogs, or killeil with any weapon other than hre-arms, or while crossing 
a pond, stream or water-course. 

For Moose or Elk, indefinitely. 

For Otters, 1st April to 1st October, in any year. 

For Beavers, to 1st October, 191.3. 

For Foxes, Manh 15th to October 15th. in any year. (Use of poisons for killing 
prohibited). 

For Caperoaillc and Black Game, or eggs ot the same, from 12th October, 1907, 
to 12th October, 1917 

For Salmon and Trout; or Inland Water Fi.shes, in any lake, river or stream, 
15th of September to 15th January next following. Not to be taken by any other 
means exccjit rod, hook and line. 

Note. — The carrying of lire-arms on Sunday Js prohibited (travellers excepted). 

For Herring — Vessels prosecuting the Bank Fishery arc allowed to take eight 
barrels for each dory carried, for bait, per voyage. 

Note. — For sjiecial rules respecting dates, regulating or prohibiting use of traps, 
seines, &c., in certain sea areas of the colony, see Fishery Rules and Regulations to 
be be obtained at the Marine and Fisheries Department. 

Lobsters — Cape Race to Cape Ray^24th July to 20th April, in following year 
" Cape Ray to Cape Gregory — 31st July to 20th April, do. 

" Cape Gregory to Flower's Cove — 20th August to 10th May, do. 
" Flower's Cove to Cape John — 10th August to 1st May, do. 

" Cape John to Cape Race — 1st Angust to 10th May, do. 

NEWSPAPERS PRINTED IN THE COLONY. 



Paper. 

Royal Gazette 

Daily News 

Evening Herald 

Evening Telegram 

Free Press 

Harbor Grace Standard 

The Guardian 

Trade Review 

Twillingate Sun 

People 

Western Star 

Newfoundl'd Quarterly 

Plaindealer 

Fishermen's Advocate... 



Editor. 
.. J. W. Withers... 
.. J. A. Robinson 
.. P. T. McGrath... 
.. W.F.Lloyd, LI. D. 
.. J. A. Robin.son 
.. James Munn ... 
.. Chas. E. Russell 
.. M. A. Devine ... 
.. W. B. Temple... 
.. J. W. Withers 

-l 

.. John J. Evans... 



.. W. F. Coaker... 



When Pdblished. 
. .. Tuesday afternoon. 
... Daily (Sundays excepted). 
... Daily (Sundays ex'-epted). 
... Daily (Sundays excepted), 
... Weekly — Tuesday. 
.. Weekly — Friday. 
.. Weekly — Saturday (Bay Roberts) 
.. Weekly — Saturday. 
... Weekly — Saturday. 
... Monthly. 

— Weekly (Wednesday). 
... Quarterly. 
... Weekly (Wednesday). 
... Weekly (Saturday). 



Executive Councils of Neivfoundland. 



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Nfld. Governors. — Synopsis oj Legislation, J91S. 321 

Gramaphones from $15.00 upwards. 

NEWFOUNDLAND GOVERNORS. 

Captain Prescott. 

Major-General Sir J. Harvey. 

Lieut. -Colonel Sir J. Le Marchant. 

Ker Baillie Hamilton. 

C. H. Darling. 

Sir Alexander Bannerman, Knight. 

Anthony Musgrave. 

ColonelSir S. J. Hill, K.C.M.G. 

SirJ. H. Glover, G. CM. G. 

Sir F. B. T. Carter, K.C.M.G., Ad- 
ministrator. 

Sir H. F. B. Maxse, K.C M.G. 

Sir F. B. T. Carter, K.C.M.G., Ad- 
ministrator. 

Sir J. H. Glover, G. C. M. G. 

Sir F. B. T. Carter, Administrator. 

Sir G. Wm. Des Vceux, K.C.M.G. 

Sir F. B. T. Carter, Administrator. 

Henry A. Blake, C.M.G. 

Lieut. -Colonel Sir J. Terence N. 
O'Brien, K.C.M.G. 

Sir F. B. T. Carter, Administrator. 

Sir Herbert H. Murray, K.C.B. 

Lieut. -Colonel Sir Henry McCallum. 
K. C. M. G. 

Sir J. I, Little, Kt., Administrator. 

Sir Cavendish Boyle, K.C.M.G. 

Sir W. H. Horwood, Kt., Admr. 

Sir William McGregor, M.D., 
G.C.M.G., C.B. 

Sir W. H. Horwood, Kt. , Admr. 

Sir Ralph.C. Williams, K.C.M.G. 

Note.— The Administrators only who have acte<l when there was no Governor 
are included in above list. 



1729, 


Captain 


Osborne. 


1834, 


1737, 


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Vauburgh. 


1841, 


1740, 


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Lord Graham. 


1847, 


1741, 


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Hon. J. Byng. 


1852, 


1744, 


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Sir C. Hardy. 


1855, 


1749, 


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Lord Rodney. 


1857, 


1750, 


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Drake. 


1864, 


1753, 


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Bonfoy, 


1869, 


1755, 


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Dorril. 


1876, 


1757, 


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Edwards. 


1881, 


1760, 


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Webb. 




1761, 


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Graves. 


1881, 


1764, 


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Palliser. 


1882, 


1769, 


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Hon. J. Byron. 




1772, 


Commodore Shuldhani. 


1884, 


1775, 


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Duff. 


1885, 


1776, 


Admiral Montague. 


1886, 


1779, 


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Edwards. 


1887, 


1782, 


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Campbell. 


1887, 


1786, 


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Elliott. 


1888, 


1789, 


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Milbanke. 




1792, 


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King. 


1895, 


1794, 


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Sir J. Wallace. 


1895, 


1797, 


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Waldegrave. 


1898, 


1800, 


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Pole. 




1802, 


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Gambier. 


1901, 


1804, 


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Sir E. Gower. 


1901, 


1807, 


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Holloway. 


1904, 


1810, 


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Sir J. Duckworth. 


1904, 


1813, 


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Sir J. Keats. 




1816, 


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Pickmore. 


1909, 


1818, 


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Sir C. Hamilton. 


1909, 


1825, 


Captair 


Sir T. Cochrane. 





SYNOPSIS OF LEGISLATION. 1912. 

Cap. \.—An Act to amend the Act 5 Edward VII., cap. S, entitled 
^' An Act respecting Banks."— This Act Y>rovides that every Bank doing 
business in this Colony shall, before the 3Ist January in each year, fur- 
nish to the Minister of Finance a statement of its business in the form of 
the schedule to the original Act. 

Cap. 2.— An Act to amend the Act 10 Edward VII., cap. ^.— This 
Act amends section 13 of the original Act by the insertion of the words 
" import into this Colony '' between " shall " and " sell." 

Cap. 3.— An Act respecting the Treatment and Prevention of Tuber- 
culosis.— The first section of this Act authorizes the Government to con- 
struct and operate, and to accept and operate sanitona or dispensane* 
ior the treatment os tuberculosis. Section 2 makes it compulsory on 



322 Spnopsis vf Lcijishdion, 1913 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. Gramaphone 



Medical practitioners to report within seven days to Medical Healtli Olii- 
eer all cases of tulierculosis of which they may become aware uuder a pen- 
alty of $10. For each eertific-ate sa sent' to Healtli UlKcer a fee of 25 eta 
shall be paid. Section 3 autho.-izes the Government to provide a disin- 
fecting apparatus and to disinfect clothing' free of charge. Section 4 pro- 
vides for the management of sanitoria by committees appointed trien- 
nially by Governor in Council coasisting of Maj,'istrates, Justices of the 
Peace, Medical practitioners, Clergymen, or otiier residents of the loca- 
lity. The committees may make rules for management subject to appro- 
val of the Governor iu Council. Section 5 [irovides that admission to 
eanitorium shall not ali'ect a man's franchise. Section G authorizes the 
Government to appoint suiierintendeuts and nurses and to dismiss. Sec. 
7 antliorizes (Governor in Council to make rules and regulations and affix 
penalties. Section 8 provides tliat ai>artments or jiremises vacated by 
death of i)ersou from tuberculosis shall be notilied by medical practitioner 
or owner or occujiier to Health Ollicer and shall not again he occupied 
until disinfected. Section 9 throws on Health Uliicer the duty of disin- 
fecting, cleansing and of directing owner to luake necessary renovations. 
Owners must bear cost of renovation unless unable to pay the expenses ; 
and section 10 makes offenders against provisions of Act liable to $20.00 
penalty. 

Cap. 4. — .1/1 Art further to amoid '" The Editcution Act, 1903." — 
This Act deals with tlie provision of pensions for Public School Teachers 
who shall have completed thirty years service and provides for the estab- 
lishment of a Teachers' Pension Fund. This Fand is to be formed by 
contributions from Teachers of Schools and Colleges made according to 
Schedule to Education Act, 1903, and the amount of such contributions 
may be deducted by Governor in Council from the Augmentation grant, 
or from appropriations for colleges, the money thus dedxicted to be a debt 
from the Teacher to the Board interested. In schools or colleges where 
average attendance is not over fifty only one teaeher shall be entitled tO' 
pension, and for every additional fifty another teacher, but not more than 
six teachers in any school shall be tligible. The pension shall be two- 
thirds of annual salary for past ten years and any teacher who has given 
thirty year's service may, if certified as unfit for further work, receive 
the pension on attaining the age of fifty-five. Any teacher who is a mem- 
ber of a religious order and does not receive a salary may receive pension 
on basis of average salary in similar position iu other schools. Pensions 
will be paid monthly, and teachers disabled after fifteen year's se.vice 
may receive on medical certificate of incapacity one half of full pension, 
and any teacher aged 60, having served fifteen years, shall be considered 
incapacitated and receive pro rata pension, unless he can produce an- 
nually a certificate from the Superintendent of Education that he is fit to 
continue work. In case of death of a contributor before receiving pea- 
eion, his legal representatives shall be paid back all his contributions with 
interest at six per cent. ; and any contributor after five year's service 
may withdraw his contributions with interest at three per cent. Any 
teacher whose certificate has been cancelled for drunnkenness or immoral 
conduct shall forfeit all claims upon Fund. The existing fund established 
nnder Education Act, 1903, shall be paid into the Treasury of the Colony. 
Under this Act the number of members of the Council of Higher Educa- 
tion is increased to thirty and the sum placed at their disposal increased 



Syno2}sis of Lffiislatum, J9J''J. 32JJ- 



Records from bscts., double-sided ; large stocks. 



to $10,000 per anuum. A fnrtlier sum of $20,0-0 is aiiimatly appropriated 
for education to Ije apportioned amoii^^ the various denomiuatious, and 
the vote for places where tliere are no scliools increased from S7,000 to 
$14,000. 

("A1-. 5. —Alt Actrcapectinrf Copi/rh/hf. —This Act makes the Imperial 
Copyright Act applicable to Newfoundland, so far at least as it does not 
specially apply to Great Britain, and repeals all laws inconsistent there- 
vfith. 

Cap. a.—A)! Act to amend Chapter lOJ of the Consolidated Statutes, 
entitled " Of Weights and jUcasiires, and the Inspertion of Lunihcr." — 
This Act establishes as the standards of weiyljts and measures in this 
Colony the standard established by the Imperial Parliament in .5 (ieorge 
IV., entitled "An Act for ascerlaining and establishinij; the ruiformity 
of Weights and Measures." The Governor in Council shall appoint a 
Chief Inspector and Inspectors of Weights and Measures. Standard set 
shall Ijc obtained by Chief Insjiector from Hoard of Trade, and duplicates 
be furnished to all Inspectors. Inspectors must examine and adjust aU 
weights and measures brought to them, and may require any weighing 
or measuring apparatus to l)e brought to them, and shall mark them with 
the initials of the Sovereign and their own. All liquid and dry measures 
requiring repairs, and all inetlicient beams and weights and scales, shall 
be condemned. Inspectors to visit places of business once in three months, 
and seize any weights or measures not marked. Owner subject to a (ine 
of $25:00, and confiscation of weighing or measuring instruments. Salt 
may be sold T)y weight or measure; fresh meat and hay to be weighed 
and ticketed, and reweighed in presence of purchaser if desired; yard shall 
be thirty-six inches. All articles, except gold, silver, precious stones, 
etc., shall be sold by avoirdupois weight, but nothing shall prevent the 
sale of an article in any vessel when such vessel is not rejiresented as 
containing any specified quantity. Once in live years each Inspector 
shall compare his duplicate set of weights and measures with the stand- 
ard of the Chief Inspector, and hare it adjusted or renewed. No manu- 
facturer of weights and measures may sell or use for trade purposes any 
of his manufactured weights or measures without having them inspected 
and stamped, under a penalty of $50:00. Any Inspector marking weights, 
etc., without comparing with standard, shall incur a penalty of $25:00. 
The Chief Inspector and Inspectors shall report yearly to the Colonial 
Secretary. 

Cap. l.—An Act to further amend ''The Election Act, ^559."— This 
Act applies to the registration of voters, and its effect is to render un- 
necessary the taking of the lists every four years, leaving it to the Gover- 
nor in Council to direct registration when elections take plaen. 



324 Synopsis of Leijislaiion, 1912. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 



Cap. 8. — A)i Act respecting the Establishment of a Pulp and Paper 
Industry at Deer Lake. — This Act confirms an agreement between the 
Governor of this Colony and the American-Newfoundland Pulji and Lum- 
ber Co., of Grand Rapids, in the State of Michigan, in the United States, 
and provides that all construction material and machinery for pulp and 
paper mills to be erected by the Company shall be admitted duty free, 
and the property be free of municipal taxation. I/nder the agreement 
the Government, on the surrender of certain leases of timber lands by the 
■Company, agrees to give one single lease for a term of 09 years, and also 
the right to raise the waters of Deer Lake, and to use the waters of Junc- 
tion Brook and Huniber Kiver so far as they legally may, in connection 
with the pulp and lumber mills wlii(^h the Company propose to erect on 
the Humber River, below Deer Lake. The usual provisions as to private 
rights, a('(]uiring lands, arbitration, and so forth, are included in the 
agreement, and the Company a<^ree to commence actual construction not 
later than lie 1st May, 1913 

Cap. 9.— An Act to amend "The Boiler Inspection Act, i5.99."— This 
Act forbids, under r. penalty of $100:00, 'the use of any boiler before it has 
been inspected and certified by the Inspector. 

Cap. 10. — An Act to amend the Act 2 Edward VII., cap. H, entitled 
" A/i Act Respecting the Control and Management of the Harbor of Grand 
Bank. — This Act repeals the section of the original Act imposing dues 
on owners of all boats using the harbor of Grand Bank. 

Cap. 11. — An Act to amend Chapter 120 of the Consolidated Statuees, 
(Second Series), entitled " Of the harbor Master and Harbor Regulations 
for the Port of St. John's. — This Act gives power to Harbor Master to 
remove vessels obstructing navigation in harbor of St. John's, expense to 
be borne by owner. Any vessel arriving in St. John's for coal or supplies 
and not bringing cargo or taking away cargo shall pay only one-half har- 
bor dues. 

Cap. \2.— An Act further to amend the Municipal Act, i905.— This 
Act empowers the St. John's Municipal Council to accept and hold the 
land known as Rae Island as a park to be known as "Bowring Park," 
and to be maintnined and regulated by the said Council. Power to search 
Council records in reference to lands is given to any person requiring 
information. 

Cap. 13. — An Act for the Appropriation of Private Lands for cer- 
tain Public purposes. — This Act confers on the Governor in Council the 
right to expropriate for any public purpose any private land, and provides 
that if agreement cannot be arrived at as to pric e of land, that it shall 



Synopsis of Leijislation, 191^. 325- 



New York Underwriters Agency. 



be determined by arbitrators, of whom the Minister of Agriculture and 
Klines shall be one. 

Cap. U.—An Act to amend "The Customs Act, i6',9S."— This Act 
includes the United States in the countries whose inland carriage of 
goods is not to be charged as part of the dutiable cost. [Goods coming 
into the Colony from foreign countries have added to their factory cost, 
for the purposes of duty, the cost of carriage to port of shipment]. Pro- 
vision is also made for a penalty not exceeding $400:00 on any person who 
gains access to bonded goods, or delivers bonded goods, without permis- 
sion of proper ofKcer. 

Cap. 15. — An Act respecting Certain Retiring Allowances. — This Act 
provides the following pensions: — Hon. Sir E. D. Shea, late President of 
Legislative Council, $240; S. B. Pike, late Sub-collector, $300; William 
Beeves, late Light-keeper, $100; George Hudson, late Warden Peniten- 
tiary, $366; T. McNamara, late Warden Lunatic Asylum, $350. 

Cap. 16. — An Act further to amend "The Revemie Act, i,W5."— Under 
this Act churns, and poultry for breeding purposes, are put on the free 
list. 

Cap. 17: — An Act to provide for the Raising by the Scde of Debenture 
Bonds of a iSum of Money for the Public Service of the Colony. — This Act 
authorizes the loan of $250,000 for Extension of Telephone system, $150,- 
000: Erecting Lighthouses and Fog Alarms, $100,000. 

Cap. 18. — An Act to jirovide for Raising of a Sum of 3Toncy by Loan 
for the Extension of the Railway System of the Colony. — This Act autho- 
rizes loan of £400,000 sterling at 34 per cent, interest, to be applied to 
all or any of these objects : A branch line between Shoal Harbor aud Bona- 
vista; a branch line from Broad Cove, T.B., to Ht's Content and Grate's 
Cove; a branch line from St. John's to Trepassey; a branch from near 
Come-by-Chance to a place in Fortune Bay; a branch from near Howley 
or Bay of Islands to Bonne Bay. The loan to be subject to provisions of 
Colonial Stock Acts, 1877-1900, and to be effected through agent appointed 
by Governor in Council. The interest payable half-yearly through Messrs. 
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co., Bankers, London, England. 

Cap. 19. — An Actfer Granting to His Majesty certain Sums of Money 
for defraying certain expenses of the Public Service for the financial years 
ending respectively the thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred 
and twelve, and the Ihirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred 
and thirteen, and for other purposes relating to the Public Service. — This 
is the usual Appropriation Act for the Civil Service and Public Works of 
the Colony 1911-13, and Supplemental Votes for 1912-13. The total 
appropriations amount to §2,143,063.94. 



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330 



Table of Distances. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Piano 



ST. JOHN'S TO 



Table of Distances. 

CARBONEAR TO 



67J Carbonear. 

82i: 15 New Peilicau. 

48 j 33 Trinity, by water. 



115^ 
133^ 
143i 



^8 



51 I IS Cataliiia. 

61 I 28 I 10 Bonavista. 



12 Heart's Content. 
15 3 New Perlicau. 



24 
40 



12; 9 Hant's Harbor. 



28 1 25 



46 34 31 



16 Old Perlicau. 

22 I 6 Grate's Cove. 



ST. JOHN'S TO 

7 Torbay. 
101 3 Flatrock. 
18 11 

21 14 



8 Pouch Cove. [St. Francis. 
11 I 3 Hiseay«u Cove, Cajie 



ST. 


JOHN'S TO 


9i 
11 
14 
17 
20 


Por 

n 
m 


tugal Cove. 
Beacliy Cove. 

3 Broad Cove. 

6 3 Horse Cove. 

9 6 1 3 Topsail. 



ST. JOHN'S TO 



19 Bay Bulls. 
21S 2} Witless Bay. 
~ 2 Mobile. 

5 3 Toad's Cove. 
84 1 64' 34 La Mauclie. 
16^! 14i:i \\k\ n Cape Broyle 
20J: ISJj 15JI lift 4 Caplin Bay. 
22Jj 203! 17|' -■-'-- -- - 
26J! 24j! 2U 



23| 4i 

26| 7f 
30^ llj 
38 I 19 
42 ! 23 
44^1 25J 
48 29 
51 32 
54J 35|, 32i 
81Ji 62i| 594 



29i 



27i; 24i 

3041 274 

5741 544 



14^1 64: 24 Ferrylaud 



17|i 10 
20i 



24 
51 



6 

13 i 9 i 6t 
I6J1 12i| 93 
43i 39ii 36| 



34 Aquaforte. 

3 Fermeuse. 



6i 
33i 



Z\ Renews, [iug cou'try 
30| I 27 Trepassey, cross- 



ST. JOHN'S TO 



(By Shore Road). 



54J 


Renews Bridge. 






55S 


14 Qninton's House. 


69i 


54 4 Broad Cove. 


GH 


7 


54 14 Mahony's House. 


67S 


134 


12 


8 


64 Chance Cove. 


81| 


274 


26 


22 


204 14 Portugal Cove. 


Mi 


304 


29 


25 


2341 17 


3 Biscay. 


«8i 


344 


33 


29 


274: 21 


7 1 4 Trepassey Road 



Ocean Distances. — Time Table. 



:^31 



Players, Gramaphone Records, etc. 



Approximate Ocean Distances from Cape Spear. 



To Boston 


.. 885 miles. 


To Demerara ... 


" Bernmda ... 


.. 1,070 




" Glasgow ... 


" Barbadoes ... 


.. 2,098 




" Gibraltar ... 


" Bahia 


.. 3,711 




" Halifax ... 


" Bristol 


.. 1,960 




" Lisbon 


" Bordeaux ... 


.. 2,173 




" Liverpool ... 


" Cape Clear 
" Cadiz 


.. 1,691 




" London 


.. 2,161 




" Sandy Hook 



2,450 miles 
1,844 
2,124 
488 
1,973 
1,921 
2,060 
1,213 



Difference of Time between St. John's, Nfld., and the following places : 

h. m. 

Amsterdam 

Bombay 

Barbadoes 

Baltimore 

Boston 

Cbarlottetown, P. E. Island 

Cadiz 

Dublin 

Edinburgh 

Genoa 

Gibraltar 

Greenwich 

Halifax, Nora Scotia 

Hamburg 

Lisbon 

Montreal 

Madrid 

Malta 

New Orleans 

New York 

Naple* 

Portlaj:!, i^e. 

Philadelphia 

Quebec 

Rome 

St. John's, Newfoundland 

St. John, N. B. 

San Francisco 

St. Jago de Cuba ... 

Toronto 

Washington 



... 3 51 Fast. 


... 8 23 " 


... 27 Slow. 


... 1 35 " 


... 1 13 " 


... 42 " 


... 3 9 Fast. 


... 3 6" 


... 3 18 " 


... 4 7" 


... 3 10 " 


... 3 31 " 


... 43 Slow. 


... 4 11 Fast. 


... 2 54 " 


... 1 23 Slow. 


... 3 17 Fast. 


... 2 33 " 


... 2 29 Slow. 


... 1 24 " 


... 4 28 Fast. 


... 1 10 Slow. 


... 1 30 " 


... 1 13 " 


... 4 21 Fast. 


... 00 at 12, nooi» 


... 47 Slow. 


... 4 39 " 


... 1 32 " 


... 1 47 " 


... 1 37 " 



332 



Latitudes and Longitudes, Newfoundland. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



Latitudes and Longitudes of the principal Harbors, Headlands, &c., on 
the Coast of Newfoundland. 



Places. 



Lat. N. j Long. W. 



Cape Norman Light 

Cape Bauld 

Cape St. John, Gull Island 

Toulinguet Island, W. Island East Side 

Offer Wadham Light 

Funk Island 

Fogo Island, Seldom-Come-By Harbor 

Cape Freels, Gull Island 

Green spend Island 

Cape Bona vista Light 

Catalina Harbor, Green Island Light 

Trinity Harbor, Church 

Heart's Content, Church 

Old Perlican, Church 

Baccalieu Island, Northern Point Light 

Carbonear Island Light 

Harbor Grace Island Light 

Bay Roberts, Green Point ... 

Brigus, North Head 

Cape St. Francis 

St. John's Harbor, Fort Amherst Light 

Cape Spear Light 

Ferryland Head 

Cape Eace Light 

Virgin Rocks (on Grand Bank) 

Cape Pine 

Cape St. Mary's Light 

Placentia Harbor Entrance 

Burin, Dodding Head Light 

St. Pierre Island, Galantry Head Light 

Miquelon Road, Anchorage... 

Fortune Bay, Burnt Island Light 

Burgeo Islands, Large Island, S. E. End 

Port-au-Basque, Channel Chiucli 

Cape Ray Light ... 

Codroy Roads, Beach Point 

Cape St. George, Red Island, near ... 

Bay of Islands, Lark Harbor, Low Point 

Cow Head, N. W. Point ... 

Point Rich Light .. . 

St. John's Harbor, North Point of Sesostris Bay 

Green Island 



51 38 





55 53 40 


51 38 


50 


55 25 


49 59 


20 


55 21 


49 39 


30 


54 46 10 


49 35 


40 


53 45 


49 45 


30 


53 10 40 


49 36 


50 


54 12 


49 15 


20 


53 25 10 


49 4 


20 


53 33 40 


48 42 





. 53 5 10 


48 30 


15 


53 2 40 


48 22 


4 


53 21 33 


47 52 


35 


53 22 14 


48 4 


47 


53 & 


48 8 


51 


52 47 50 


47 44 24 


53 9 22 


47 42 


45 


53 8 11 


47 36 


40 


53 10 15 


47 32 


54 


63 10 35 


47 48 


30 


52 48 


47 33 


54 


52 40 18 


47 31 


11 


52 36 59 


47 


58 


52 51 6 


46 39 


24 


53 4 20 


46 26 


20 


50 52 30 


46 37 


4 


53 31 45 


46 49 


30 


54 11 34 


47 15 





54 3 


47 


26 


55 8 40 


46 46 


3 


56 9 7 


47 6 





56 21 


47 15 


32 


55 51 60 


47 36 


30 


57 36 10 


47 33 


m ■ 


59 7 .33 


47 37 





59 18 


47 52 


38 


59 23 47 


48 33 


50 


69 13 10 


49 2 


45 


58 20 45 


49 55 


20 


57 50 


50 41 


32 


57 24 48 


50 48 


25 


57 13 10 


51 24 


10 


56 33 45 



High and Low Water. 



333 



Wolsey and Stansfield Underwear. 



High and Low Water. 



Place. 



St. Pierre 

Miquelon Road 

Great St. Lawrence Harbor 

Burin Harbor 

Little Placentia 

St. Mary's Harbor 

Placentia 

Trepassey Harbor 

Cape Eace 

Spaniard's Bay 

Harbor Grace 

•Carbonear 

Hearts Content 

Trinity Harbor 

Catalina Harbor ... 

Bonavista 

King's Cove 

Tunk Island 

Gander Bay 

Togo Island, Fogo Harbor ... 

Seldom-Come-By ... 

Ghange Island 

Fleur-de-Lys Harbor 

Croc Harbor 

St. Anthony Harbor 

Brehat Harbor 

St. Lunaire Bay ... 

Griguet Harbor ... 

Kirpon Harbor [North Coast] 

Sacred Bay [North Coast] ... 

St. John Harbor ... 

St. Barbe Harbor ... 

Old Ferrole Harbor and Brig Bay 

Cow Head Harbor 

St. George Harbor, West Coast 

Lark Harbor, West Coast . . . 

Codroy Island 

Port-au-Basque 

La Poile Bay 

Burgeo Islands 

La Hnne Bay [Deadnian's Cove] 

Rencontre Bay (The Cove) 



High Water, 

Full 
and Change. 



Rise. 



h. m. 

8 33 

8 33 

8 30 

8 45 



7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
6 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



58 
40 



8 30 






45 
25 
20 
33 
10 


25 
15 

01 
55 
20 
13 
20 
15 
30 
10 



6? 
10 ? 

6 
23 



10 40 

10 

9 46 

10 41 

10 3 

10 37 

9 15 

8 55 

9 
8 32 
8 40 
8 55 



Springs. I Neaps. 



Feet. 



Feet. 



4 

H 
5 

5 

5 

5 

3 

3 

3 

2 
4 

2j 

3 
3 
3 
3 



21 
2| 
If 

3 

6i 

4f 



3i 
4 

4 

4i 

4i 



334 Table of Imports, 1907-1908 to 1911-1912. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Forest 

Value of Imports of Newfoundland from each Country, Quinquennial 
period 1907-8 to 1911-12. 



^ 


COUNTET. 


1907-1908 


1908-1909 


19091910 


1910-1911 


1911-1912 


d 

'A 


1 


Austria 

Australia 


$1,371 


$269 


Sl,594 


1,295 

1 


S548 


1 
7 


3 


Bavaria 

Belgium 

Brazil 

British West Imlies . 

Canada 

Ceylon 

China 


72 

42,733 

5 

265,572 

4,257,647 

74,224 


459 

31,675 

390 

314,293 

3,937,009 

87,939 

465 

13,920 

146 

13,356 

703 

73,329 

18 

24,316 

26,571 

7,192 

2,509 

440 




968 
38,108 

342,559 

4,607,720 

77,900 


399 
33,030 


1? 


4 

5 


37,051 

22 

315,650 

4,559,759 

78,826 

437 

11,529 

174 

14,459 

1,560 

17,480 

1 

24,148 

36,476 

16,631 

2,518 

535 


4 

5- 


6 
7 
8 
9i 


227,238 

4,818,761 

114,191 

8 

13,605 


5 

7 

9" 


10 

n 


Denmark 

Egypt 


3,269 


4,743 


IC 

n 


12 

13 
14 
15 


France 

Foreign W. Indies ... 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Greece 

Holland 

India 

Italy 

Japan 

Madeira 

Me.\ico 


14,407 

1,415 

44,929 

7 

42,863 

36,968 

17,599 

1,216 

747 

248 


12,802 

891 
22,480 


11,481 

1,072 

32,019 


12 

15 
14 
IS' 


16 
17 

18 
19 
20 
21 


39,144 

47,331 

14,393 

1,003 

521 


41,088 

59,951 

5,065 

647 

282 


15 
17 
IS 
1» 
20" 
21 


22 










22- 


23 


Malta 




280 

8,747 

21,731 


250 
46,169 
30,367 


238 

20,449 
20,055 


387 

145,232 

13,632 

6 

98,257 

10,659 


?!? 


24 
25 
26 


Norway 

Portugal 

Russia 

Spain ... _^ 

St. Pierre 

South Africa 
Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 


6,322 

22,938 

2,459 

133,582 

12,979 

70 

2,225 

1,550 


24 
25- 


27 

28 
29 


98,013 
8,185 


81,077 
7,837 


87,270 
4,728 


27 
2i>' 


30 
31 
32 


2,862 

1,105 

65 
2,493,670 
4,232,680 


3,313 
240 


2,107 

873 

16 
3,092.429 
4, 943; 874 


5,019 

1,721 


SO- 
31 

32" 


33 
34 


United Kingdom ... 
United States 


2,668,802 
3,859,892 


2,940,401 
4,571,192 


4,024,771 
5,074,371 


33 

34 




11,516,111 


11,402,337 


12,799,696 


13,383,910 


14,733,490 





Table of Exports, 1907 -1908 to 1911-1912. 



335 



Mills and Essex Mills Underwear. 

Value of Exports of Newfoundland to each Country, Quinquennial 
Period 1907-1908 to igii-'iz. 



d 
S5 


Country. 


1907-1908 


1908-1909 


1909-1910 


1910-1911 


1911-1912 



1^ 


1 


Algeria 

Argeiitin Repub 2.. 
Australian Com- \ 

nioTi wealth /'" 
Austria 

Belgium 

Brazil 

British W. Imlies ... 

Buenos Ayres 

Canada 

Cape Colony 

Ceylon 

China 

Colombia 

Costa Rica 

Denmark 

Egypt 

France 

Foreign W. Indies ... 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Hawaii 

Greece 

Holland 

Honduras 

India 

Italy 

Madeira 

Malta 

Mauritius 
Montevideo 
Norway 
Panama 

Portugal 

Spain 

St. Pierre 

Sweden 

United Kingdom ... 
United States 


$226 




$1,020 

68,700 

11,571 

693 

47,381 

2,100,691 

456,728 


$1,730 
116,913 


$ 1,720 


» 


? 


$24,991 

5,613 

462 

35,859 

1,719,082 

437,711 


9. 


S 


9,329 

5,044 

12,376 

2,017,805 

422.715 

128,550 

1,863,784 

5 

80 

100 

1,554 

13,850 

4,015 


8,135 


» 


4 


730 

8,266 

2,161,027 

453,900 


4 


6 
6 

7 
8 


7,434 

2,659,4-39 

593,063 


5 
6 
7 


9 
10 


1.542,090 


1,454,314 

• 


1,745,389 


1,802,172 


9 
10 


11 


80 

445 

4,041 

4.630 

6,902 


80 






11 


19 


12,000 

486 

786 

7,115 


3,0<"0 

108 

497 

7,500 

66 

17,815 

57,729 

331,246 


12 


13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
"1 


739 
4,437 
1,450 


13 
14 
15 
16 


51,370 

85,213 

294,159 


3,733 

175,686 

172,847 

80 


4,781 

92,899 

264,137 

173 


3,752 

75,354 

248,483 

80 


17 

18 
19 
•^0 






21 


22 
23 
24 


200,934 

150,702 

326 


216,856 
148,514 


375,316 
127,571 


200,092 
155,425 


331,697 
152,103 


22 
23 
24 











25 


26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 


1,200,150 

19,721 

30,464 

440 

528 


1,448,163 

8,996 

26,928 


1,198,019 
21,864 
17,824 


727,385 
26,793 
24,848 


1,159,807 
19,711 
20,513 


26 
27 
28 
29 










30 




640 

3,758 

1,693,798 

883,539 

4,526 

800 

1,824,235 

1,163,313 


350 

4,923 

1,508.448 

887,518 

4,643 

1,055 

2,345,342 

1,249,550 


20 

3,836 

1,280,648 

1,116,257 

4,482 

1,280 

2,892,666 

1,401,865 


31 


32 
33 
34 
35 
36 


334 

1,733,346 

1,174,196 

7,316 


3,266 

1,590,184 

986,641 

9,858 

850 

1,426,229 

848,176 


32 
33 
34 
36 
36 


37 
38 


1,209,428 
] 177,709 


3V 
38 




11,815,769 


10.848,913 


11,824,997 


11,975,747 


13,874,809 





336 



Table of Imports. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Carpets, 



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4,919 


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2,548 


5,114 


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5,964 


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3,402 


6,986 


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4,562 


9,471 


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988 


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12,070 


13,065 


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32,292 
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10,031 


10,519 


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757 


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3,035 


2,758 


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1 8,369 


7,730 


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1,327 
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5,778 


11,616 Grand Bank 

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1,605 
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Fortune Bay 


5,210 


4,779 


9,989: Channel 


877 


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4,082 


3,711 


7,793 St. George . . . . 


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6,207 


5,654 


11,861 Bay of Islands ... 


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1,558 


■St. Barbe 


5,555 


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1,897 


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8,563 
8,390 
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1,910 
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81,177 


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17,214 


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3,801 


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7,376 


16,953 


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Newfoundland Customs' Tarijf. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Dress Goods and Accessories 



l^flufounliianti Cu^tom^' Cariff. 

[OFFICIALLY CORRECTED.] 

Under Sanction of the Hon. Minister of Finance and Customs. 



SCHEDULE A. 

1. Aerated Waters of all descriptions, and non-alcoholic drinks 

not to include natural Mineral Waters — ad val. ... 

2. Acids — Muratic and Nitric, and all mixed or other Acids, 

N.E.S. ; Sulphuric, Ether, Chloroform and Solutions of 
Peroxides of Hydrogen ; Ceresene, Chloro di Nitro, Ben- 
sole and Nitro Ammonia — ad val. 

3. Ale, Porter, and Beer, when imported in casks or otherwise 

than bottles — per gall. 
When imported in bottles, six reputed quart or twelve repu- 
ted pint bottles to be held to contain one gallon — per ga"\ 

4. Anchovies, Sardines, Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters, an.i 

all fish prepared, preserved or packed in oil or otherwise, 
N.E.S. ; Fish, smoked or boneless, N.O.P. ; and all other 
articles the product of the fisheries, not specially provided 
for — ad val. 

5. Animals, living namely : 

Oxen, cows, bulls, horses, mares, foals, and other draft 

animals, N.E.S. — ad val. 
Calves, pigs and sheep — each 
Pigs under three months of age, and lambs — each... 

6. Apples — per brl. 

7. Apples, dried — per lb. 

8. Asbestos, and all manufactures thereof — ad val 

9. Barley, when imported for seed or for brewing purposes — 

ad val. 

10. Baths, tubs and washstands of earthenware, stone, cement, 

clay, or of other material, N.E.S. — ad val 

11. Beans — per lb. ... 

12. Belting of leather or other material for machinery, including 

lacings or fasteners — ad val. 

13. Bicycles and tricycles, and parts thereof, N.E.S. — ad val .. 

14. Billiard tables and bagatelle boards and tables, cues, balls 

cue racks, cue tips, and billiard chalk — ad val. ... 

15. Biscuits, namely : — 

Tho.se known as Ships' biscuits — percwt. ... 

Soda, Water, Butter, and Pilot, and any biscuit of that de 

scription, not sweetened — per lb. 
Biscuits and Bread, N.E.S. — ad val. 

16. Blocks for ships, and Block sheaves, N.E.S.— ad val 

17. Blocks for ships and Block sheaves of galvanized iron, N.O.P 

— ad val. 



40 p.c. 

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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Trimmed 

18. Brick, stock or common, per M., $2.50 ; and'ad val. 
Brick, Facing and Fire — ad val. ... 

19. Brin, known as bread-bag brin, when imported by local mann- 

facturers, in which to enclose their manufactures — ad val. 

20. Brooms and Whisks of corn —ad val. 

21. Broom handles — ad val. ... 

22. Brushes, N.E.S.— ad val. 

23. Butter— per lb. ... 

24. Butterine, Oleomargarine, or other similar substitutes for 

Butter — per lb. 

25. Cabbage (1st May to 31st July, both inclusive) — per lb. 
Cabbage (let August to 3oth April, both inclvsive)— per lb... 01 

26. Cabinet Wares, namely: — 

House, Office, Cabinet or Stove Furniture of wood, iron or 
other material, in parts or finished ; iJlinds of wood, metal 
or other material, not textile or paper ; Window shades or 
Blind rollers ; Window cornices and Cornice poles of all 
kinds; Show cases and metal parts thereof — ad val. ... 40 p.c. 

27. Cake, N.E.S.— per lb. ... ... ... ... ... 07 

28. Candles— per lb... ... ... ._ ... ... o 03 

29. Canoes, Ships' boats. Skiffs, open or decked, Pleasure sail- 

boats of any material. Boats or launches propelled by elec- 
tricity or other mechanical power, and Steam launches — 
ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 35 p.c. 

(a) Ships and other vessels built in any foreign country, 
whether steam or sailing vessels, on the fair market value 
of the hull, rigging, boilers, steam engines and other ma- 
chinery, and all appurtenances, N.E.S.... ... ... 5 p.c. 

:30. Cans imported in a manufactured state for putting up her- 
matically sealed goods, iucluding the packages or cases in 
which they are imported — ad val. ... ... ... 40 p.c. 

:31. Canvas of hemp, cotton or flax, known as sail or tarpaulin 
canvas, of the weight of 6-oz. cotton duck and upwards, 
not including cotton drill — ad val. ... ... ... 5 p.c. 

W^hen under the weight of 6-oz. cotten duck — ad val. ... 35 p.c. 

32. Carriages, namely : — 

Carriages, Express and other Waggons, Buggies, Carts and 
Sleighs, N.E.S., when costing at the port of shi[imeDt not 
more then $50 each — $10 each, and ad val, ... ... 40 p.c. 

When cost'r.g over .$59 each, but not exceeding 5100 — §20 

each, and ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 40 p.c. 

Costing over $100 each — S30 each, and ad val. ... ... 40 p.c. 

■Carriag-^, Waggoa, Buggy, Hearse or Express bodies ; Pur- 
chases. Gears, Hoods, Poles or Seats, made up or part 
made up ; Mailable seat irons, or other mailable carriage 
parts ; Steel tires. Sleigh runners, N.E.S. ; Steps or Step 
pads — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 50 p.c. 

"Wheelbarrows, Handbarrows, Stand Carts, Trucks, Trollies, 

or Samsons — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 75 p.c. 

Wheels, readymade or part made, that is with spokes in 

hub— ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 35 p.c. 



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and Untrimmed Millinery. 



Rubber tires for carriages, and Moss for stuffing parts of 
carriages, when imported by manufacturers of carriages 
— ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 20 p.c. 

Wheel spokes for vehicles and carriages, over IJ inches ; 
Rims for wheels, all sizes : Carriage shafts, not trimmed ; 
Hubs for carriage wheels, or blocks to make such hubs, 
up to 8 inches in diameter — ad val. ... ... ... 30 p.c. 

Wheel spokes for vehicles and carriages, over IJ inches , 
Carriage shafts, trimmed or partly trimmed ; Hubs for 
vehicles, or blocks to make such hubs, over 8 inches in 
diameter — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 50 p.c. 

Whitewood, Basswood, Ash and Hickory, not planed or 
dressed, when imported by blockmakers, wheelwrights, 
and carriage builders to be manufactured by them — per 
thousand feet. ... ... ... ... ... $2 00 

Bows for hoods. Springs, Axles, Shafts, and other Clips, 
Bolts, Circles, Stamp-joints and Ott'-sets, Swing hoods 
Swing rings and plates. Spring shackles. Felloe plates, 
Axle boxes. Spring steel ; Carriage trimmings, such as 
tufts, tacks, whip-sockets, lace, shaft-tips, swing ends, 
silver headings, and carriage lamps — ad val. ... ... 30 p.c. 

'23. Casks, namely : 

Empty (second hand), 45 gallons and under — each... ... $0 50 

Empty (i-eeoud hand), over 45 gallons — each ... ... 1 50 

In which dry goods are imported, which are capable of con- 
taining or being made to contain liquids — each^... ... 1 50 

Herring Vjarrels — each ... ... ... ... ... 25 

All other empty casks, N.E.S.— ad val. ... ... ... 60 p.c. 

34. Cask staves (second hand), to make casks of 45 gallons and 

up— per 120 ^ $6 00 

To make casks under 45 gallons — per 120... ... ... 1 50 

35. Cast Iron Pipes~ad val.... ... ... ... ••• 35 p.c. 

36. Cement, namely : — 

Portland, Romau and Hydraulic, Water, Limcand Iron Oxide 

in bags, barrels or casks — ad val. ... ... .■• 25 p.c. 

37. Cheese— per lb. ^0 03^ 

38. Chemicals, when imported by manufacturers of matches for 

manufacturing matches — ad val. ... ... .•• 20 p.c. 

39. Chewing Gum of all kinds— ad val ... ... .•• 40 p.c. 

40. Chicory, raw or green — per lb. ... ... .-■ ■•• 30 02 

Kiln dried, roasted or ground — per lb. ... ... ••• 93 

41. China and Porcelain ware, also Earthenware and Stoneware, 

crown or colored, and Rockingham ware. White Granite or 
Ironstone ware, C. C. or Cream colored ware, decorated, 
printed or sponged, and all earthenware, N.E.S.— ad val... 40 p.c. 

42. Cider and Perry — per gallon. ... ... ••• ••• $0 20 

43. Clocks, Watches, Watch glasses. Clock and Watch keys, 

Clock and Watch movements and parts — ad val... ... 35 p.c. 



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44. Coal, known as Anthracite, when brought into or importod 

into the port of St. John's — per ton ... ... ... $1 00 

All other descriptions of coal, N.E.S., when brought into or 

imported into the port of St. John's — per ton ... ... 70 

when imported or brought into any other port or plate in 

this Colony — per ton ... ... ... ... ... 50 

45. Codfish, Haddock, Hake and Ling, N.O.P. — per qtl. ... 1 50 

46. Coffee, Green — per lb. ... ... ... ... ... 05 

Coffee, roasted or ground — per lb ... ... ... 07 

Preparations or mixtures to resemble coffee — per lb ... 07 

Extract of, or substitutes of all kinds — ad val ... ... 30 p.c. 

47. Combs of all kinds, and Curry cards — ad val ... ... 40 p.c. 

48. Confectioners' Ornaments — ad val. ... ... ... 30 p.c. 

49. Confectionery of all kinds, N.E.S., including Sngar candy. 

Almond paste (when imported by confectioners), Sweeten- 
ed gums (except gums known as Chewing Gums), and Pop 
Corn— per 100 lbs. ... ... ... ... ... $6 50 

Confectionery when imported in fancy packages, including 

the value of the package — ad val. ... ... ... 40 p.c. 

50. Cordage of all kinds, N.E.S.— per lb. ... ... ... OIJ 

Clothes lines. Window cords, and such like, when plaited — 

ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 40 p.c. 

61. Cork, Corkwood, Stoppers for bottles, and Canvas and Glass 

buoys for fishing nets — ad val ... ... ... ... 10 p.c. 

62. Cotton fabrics of every description, and manufactures and 

productions of cotton, N.E.S. — ad val ... ... ... 35 p.c- 

53. Dry Goods, namely: — 

Blankets, Qnilts, Counterpanes, and other Bed covers, N.E.S. ; 
Carpeting, Rugs, Mats and Matting of cocoa, straw, hemp 
or jute, Turkish or Imitation Turkey carpets or carpeting, 
and Kugs and Mats of all kinds, and Floor, Shelf, Stair, 
Enamelled and Table Oil-cloth, Linoleum and Cork mat- 
tingor Cork carpets ; Damasks of linen, Stair linen. Diaper, 
Sheets and Sheeting, Quilts, Towels and Towling, and 
like articles of linen, or of linen and cotton combined, 
made up or not, N.E.S.; Art Muslins and Cretonnes; 
Fabrics or clothing which have been exported to be dyed, 
cleaned, altered or made up, when re-imported; Gloves 
and Mils of all kinds, N.E.S. ; Shawls of all kinds; Rail- 
way or Travelling rugs, and Lap dusters of all kia<ls ; Um- 
brellas and Parasols of every description ; Bra es or Sus- 
penders ; Woven or Knitted Shirts and Drawi-rs ; C^ardigan 
Jackets and Guernseys ; Socks and Stockings cf all kincs, 
N.E.S.; Manufactures of hem}>, flax or jute, N.E.S., or 
flax, hemp and jute combined, N.E.S.; and Bags or Sacks 
made up of jute, hemp, linen or cloth, including Seamless 
bags— ad val. ... 35 p.c, 

64. Diving apparatus— ad val- ... ... ... 10 p.c. 

55. Dories and Dory oars — ad val ... ... 20 p.c. 

56. Drain pipes. Sewer pipes. Chimney linings or vents, Chim- 

ney tops and inverted blocks. Glazed or Unglazed earthen- 



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the-minute Store for Men's Wear. 



ware Tiles, 8tove liaings, and Manufactures of clay or 
cement, and Crocks, Jars, and Demijohns of stoneware or 
earthenware — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 30 p. c. 

57. Eggs — per doz. ... ... ... ... ... ... $0 05 

58. Explosives, namely : — 

Cannon. Musket, Rifle, Gun and Sporting Powder, Canister 
powder. Giant powder, Nitro and other explosives, N.O.P. 
—ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 35 p.c. 

59. Fancy Wares, namely : — 

Fancy Writing-desks, Fancy Cases for jewellry. Silverware, 
Watches, Plateware and Cutlery ; Glove, Handkerchief 
and Collar boxes and cases ; Brush or Toilet cases, aud all 
Fancy cases for similar fancy ai-ticles of any material ; 
Fans, Dolls and Toys of all kinds, including Children's 
Sleds and Carriages ; Ornaments of alabastor, spar, amber, 
terra cotta or composition. Statuettes, Bead ornaments 
and Paper mache ware ; Hammocks, Lawn Tennis nets, 
Sportmen's Fish nets, and other articles manufactured of 
twine N.E.S. ; Magic Lanterns and slides therefor; Philo- 
sophical, Photographic, Mathematiaal and Optical in- 
struments, N.E.S. ; Cyclometers, Pedometers, Tapelines 
of any material, and Photographic Dry Plates— ad val ... 40 p.c. 

60. Feathers— per lb. ... ... ... ... ••■ 07 

i6L Findings for Boots and Shoes, namely: — 

Counters, Pegs and Pegwood, Boxtoe Tips, Steel and Wooden 
Shanks, Lasts, Patterns, Heel-plates and Crimp-irons, 
Eyelets and Boot-hooks — ad val. ... ... ... 25 p.c. 

62. Fireworks of all kinds, including Torpedoes and F'irecrackers 

--ad val 40 p.c. 

63. Flagstones, and all other Building stone undressed, N.E.S., 

and Flagstones, Freestone, Sandstone, and all Building 
stone not hammered or dressed, N.E.S.; and Marble, 
Granite, and Freestone sawn only, N.E.S.; and Marble 
and Granite rough and not hammered or dressed— ad val.. 30 p.c, 

64. Flannels, Serges, N.E.S.; Swanskins and Kerseys— ad val... 35 p.c. 

65. Forgings of iron and steel, of whatever shape or size, or in 

whatever stage of manufacture, when weighing under five 

cwt. and over sixty lbs., N.E.S.— ad val. ... ... 30 p.c. 

When weighing five cwt. and over — ad val. ... ... 10 p.c. 

66. Freestone, Marble and Granite, N.E.S., and all manufactures 

of marble, freestone or granite, N.E.S.— ad val.... ... 50 p.c. 

67. Fruits, namely: — 

Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Grapes, Peaches, Pears, Black- 
berries, Gooseberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Plums, 
Cherries, Quinces, Damsons, Bananas, Plantains, Pine- 
apples, Pomegranates, Guava, Mangoes, Shaddocks, and 
other green fruit ; and Fruit Pulp when imported by 
bakers to be used in the manufacture of fancy biscuits 
-ad val 15 p.c. 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD. B®- Wear the- 

Dried Raisins, Currants, Prunes, Apricots, Dates, Necta- 
rines, Candied Peel, Citron, Figs, and other dried, candied 
dessicated fruit— per lb. ... ... ... ... §0 03 

Fruit in air-tight cans or other packages, including Preserved 
Ginger — ad val. 

Fruits preserved in brandy and other spirits— ad val. 

68. Fur Gloves, Mitts, Coats, Jackets, Capes, Hats, Caps, Muffs, 

Stoles, Robes, and all other manufactures of fur — ad val... 

69. Glassware, namely : — 
Common Colorless Window Glass — ad val. 
All other kinda of Glass and Glassware, N.E.S., including 

Silvered Glass, framed or not framed. Spectacles and Eye- 
glasses, and frames and metal parts thereof — ad val. 

Empty Bottles, when imported by manufactures to be used 
in putting up goods manufactured by them — ad val 

70. Gold, Silver, and Aluminum Leaf, Dutch or Schlag Metal 

Leaf, Brocade, and Bronze Powders, and Gold Liquid 
Paint — ad val. 
7L Grindstones, Scythe and other sharpening stones — ad val. ... 

72. Groceries, namely : — 
Buckwheat, Buckwheat Meal and Flour of similar cereal 

N.E.S.— perlb. 

Cocoa, Shells and Nibs, Chocolate, and other preprrations of 
cocoa — ad val., 30 per cent.; per lb. 

Jelly Powders, Jelly Tablets, Calves' Feet Jelly, and such 
like preparations N.E.S.; Glucose; Honey in comb or 
otherwise, and imitations thereof ; Lime Juice and other 
Fruit Syrups and Fruit Juices, N.E.S. ; and Crystals and 
Powders for making lemonade and similar beverages ; 
Maple Sugar, Maple Syrup, Syrups and Molasses of all 
kinds, N.E.S. ; the product of Sugar Cane or Beet, N.E.S., 
and all imitations thereof; Canned Poultry and Game, 
Extracts of Meat, Fluid Beef (not medicated), Bovril 
Bovril, Wine, Cornflour, and similar preparations of cereals, 
N.E.S., when put up in packages of less weight than 
28 lbs.; Olive Oil or Salad Oil in bottles ; Rice and Sago 
Flour, Sago and Tapioca; Spice of all kinds. Ginger, Nut- 
mega, Mace, Caraway Seed ; Laundry Blueing of all kinds ; 
Starch, and all preparations having the quality of starch, 
N.E.S.; Ground Mustard and Bi-carbonate of Soda ; Con- 
densed Milk ; Pickles, Sauces, and Catsups, including Soy ; 
Vegetables in air-tight cans or similar packages : Yeast 
Cakes, Compressed Yeast and Baking Powders, and all 
Groceries, N.E.S. — ad val. ... ... ... ... 35 p.c. 

73. Hair Cloth of all kinds ; Hair, Spring, and other Mattresses ; 

Hair Bolsters and Pillows, and Felt (pressed) of all kinds 

—ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 30 p.c. 

74. Hats, Cape, and Bonnets of any material, N.E.S., and Hat, 

Cap and Bonnet Shapes — ad val. ... ... ... 40 p.c.. 



35 p.c, 


40 p.c, 


45 p.c. 


30 p.c. 


40 p.c. 


30 p.c. 


35 p.c, 


30 p.c. 


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02 



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" Tweeen " Hat. If it's a •* Tween," it's a Fit. 

76. Hardware, namely : — 
(a) Adzes, Axes, Cleavers, Hatchets, saws, Wedges, Sledges, 
Hammerg, Crow-bars, Cant-dogs, Track-tools, Picks and 
Eyes, or Poles for same, Axe-haudles, Anvils, Vises, Files 
and Rasps, Carpenter's Rules, Malleta and Uuages, Shovels 
and Spades of iron or steel, Smith's Bellows, Diamonds 
for Glazier's use. Ice-saws, Ice-ploughs; Splitting, Sheath, 
Shoe, Butcher's, Farrier's, Putty, Glaziers, and Paint 
Knives ; Edged Tools of all kinds for hand or machine use, 
including Shoemaker's and Tinsmith's tools or bench ma- 
chines. — ad val. ... ... ... ... 25 p.c, 

(h) Knives, N.E.S., Shears, Scissors, Erasers, Manicure Files, 
Trimmers, Lamp-shears, Horse and Toilet-clip])er8, Table- 
cutlery and all like cutlery, plated or not ; Shates of all 
kinds; Cast-iron Hollow-ware, tinned, enamelled or not ; 
Coal Boxes, Coal Scoops, Coal Shovels, Fire Irons of all 
kinds ; Safes and Doors for Vaults, Strength-testing ma- 
chines of all kinds: Bird, Parrot, Squirrel, and Rat or 
Mouse Cages, of wire or other material; Rat and Mouse 
Traps, Cash Registers, Carpet Sweepers, Fire Extinguish- 
ing Machines ; Trawls, Trawling Spoons, Fly Hooks, Sink- 
ers, Swivels, Floats, and Sportsmen's Fishing Bait, Fish 
Hooks, and other Angler's requisites, N. E. S.; Guns, 
Rifles, including Air Guns and Air Rifles, not being toys ; 
Muskets, ('annons. Pistols, Revolvers, or other tire-arms ; 
Cartridge Cases, Cartridge Primers, Percussion Caps, 
Wads or other ammunition, N.E.S.; Bayonets, Swords, 
Fencing Foils and Masks, Gun or Pistol covers or cases. 
Game Bags, Loading Tools and Cartridge Belts of any 
material; Signs of any material, framed or not; Letters 
of any material for signs or similar use ; Builder's, Cabi- 
net-maker's, Upholster's, and Trunk-maker's Hardware, 
including Furniture Springs, Hinges and Locks, N.E.S ; 
Gas Meters, Lead Pipe, Lead Shot, Lead Bullets, and all 
manufactures of lead, N.E.S.; Scales, Balances, Weigh- 
ing Beams and Weights : Brass and Copper Nails, Tacks 
Rivets, and Burs or Washers, Brass Pumps of all kinds, 
and Garden or Lawn Sprinklers ; Brass and Copper Wire, 
plain, turned or plaited ; Bells and Gongs, and all manu- 
factures of brass and copper, N.E.S. ; Wire of all kinds 
of metals, N.E.S.; Wire Cloth, or M'oven Wire and Net- 
ting of brass, copper or steel ; Screws, commonly called 
"Wood Screws," of iron, steel, brass, or other metal 
plated or not, and Machine or other screws, N.E.S.: Wire 
Rope, N. E. S.; Iron or Steel Nuts, Washers, Rivets, 
N.E.S.; and B'^lts, with or without threads. Nut-bolts, 
Hing-blanks, N.E.S.; Telephone and Telegraph Instru- 
ments, Electric and Galvanic Batteries ; Lamps, Side- 
lights, Head-lights, Lanterns, Chandeliers, Gas, Coal or 
other oil fixtures or metal parte thereof, including Lava 
or other Tips, Burners, Collars Galleries, Shades and 
Shade-holders ; Buckles of iron, steel, brass or copper of 



*VIII Neivfoundland Customs' Tariff. 

AYRE & TONS, LTD., for Boots, Shoes 

all kinds, N.E.S. (not being jewellery); SlideShoee, N.E.S.; 
Stereotypes, Electrotypes and Celluloids of Newspaper 
Columns, and Bases for the same, composed wholly or par- 
tially of metal or celluloid, and Matrices or Copper Shells 
for same, N.O.P.; Curling Stones and fittings therefor; 
Clothes Wringers, Clothes Washers and other Washers 
for domestic use ; Gas or Oil Stoves ; Stove Plates, Stoves 
of all kinds for coal or wood, or parts thereof, and all Man- 
ufactures of Metals, N.E.S. —ad val. ... ... ... 35 p.c. 

(When any of the above articles are imported iu cases or 
cabinets, the cases or cabinets shall be dutiable at the 
asme rate as their contents). 

■(c) Anchors, Grapnels, Coil Chains, Coil Chain Links, and 
Chain Shackles ; Fish Hooks, not including hooks or fly- 
hooks for anglers ; Lead, ia bars or sheets ; Wire Rope 
for rigging vessels ; Babbit metal. Type metal, Phosphor 
Tin and Phosphor Bronze, in blocks, bars, plates, sheets 
and wire, N.O.P. ; Patterns of Brass, Iron, Steel or other 
metals, not being metals — ad val. ... ... ... 10 p.c, 

(d) Fencing of iron or steel — ad val. ... ... ... 40 p.c. 

(e) Boiler Kivets, Coopers' and Tinsmiths' Rivets, N.E.S.; 
Rivets and Patent Bushings for ships' blocks : Metal 
parts for Coffins and Caskets; Stamped Tin and Tin parts, 
used in the manufactuie of Trunks, and Silver and Com- 
position Metal for the manufacture of jewellery and plated 

ware — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 20 p.c. 

76. Harness, including Horse Boots and Saddlery of every de- 

scription — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 40 p.c. 

Harness Findings, viz : — 
Loops, Winkers, Eyes or Blinds, Metallic and Wood Find- 
ings for Harness making — ad val. ... ... 25 p c. 

77. Hay— per ton of 2,000 lbs. ... ... ... ... $3 00 

78. Herring, Salmon, Turbot, Halibut, and Mackerel, N.O.P.— 

per brl. ... ... ... ... ... ... j qq 

79. Hoop Iron and Steel Strips for making hoops, N.E.S., in- 

cludiug hoop iron and steel strips punched, splayed or 

nosed, over 68 inches in length — ad val. ... ... 5 p.c, 

80. Hops — ad val. ... ... ... ... 10 p.c. 

81. Indian or Corn Meal, when bolted or granulated, including 

duty on package — per brl. ... ... ... ... 20 eta. 

S2. Indian Rubber Boots and Shoes, and all manufactures in 
part or in whole of Indian Rubber or Guttapercha ; Indian 
Rubber Clothing or Clothing made Water-proof with In- 
dian Rubber or like substances ; Rubber or Guttapercha 
Hose, and Cotton or Linen Hose, lined with Guttapercha 
or Indian Rubber — ad val. ... ... ... 40 p.c. 

83. Iron of all kinds, including Galvanized Iron in bolts, bars, 

strips, sheets, plates and pieces — ad val. ... ... 10 p.c. 

84. Iron and Steel Railway Bars, or Rails of any form, punched 

or not ; Iron or Steel Fittings for Iron or Steel Pipe of any 
description — ad val. ... ... ... ... 30 p c. 



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and Rubbers for the whole family. 



85. Iron or Steel Bridges, or parts thereof ; Iron or Steel strnc. 

tural work, Columns, Girders, Shapes or Sections, to in- 
clude outside coverings for buildings, steel or metal shin- 
gles and ceiling coverings ; Iron or Steel Pipe or Tubing, 
plain and galvanized, rivetted, corrugated, or otherwise 
specially manufactured, threaded and coupled or not — 
ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 20 p. e. 

Wrought Iron or Steel Tubing, plain or galvanized, thread- 
ed and coupled or not — ad val.... ... ... ... 10 p. c. 

86. Jellies, Jams and Preserves, including duty on ordinary 

crocks and bottles, ad val. 35 per cent. — per reputed lb. ... 6 cts, 

87. Jewellery of all kinds, including ornamental Hat Pins, Hair 

Pins, Belt or other Buckles, and similar ornamental arti- 
cles, known as Jewellery, N.E.S.; all manufactures of 
Gold and Silver, N.E.S., and Sterling, and other Silver- 
ware, Nickle-plated ware, Gilt or Electro-plated ware, 
wholly or in part, of all kinds ; manufactures of Britannia 
metal, Nickle, Silver, Nevada and German Silver, not 
plated, and manufactures of Aluminum, N.E.S. — ad val... 40 p.c. 

88. Knife-brick, Knife-polish and other metal polish or composi- 

tion for polishing metal ; Ijamp-wicks ; Shoe Blacking, 
Stove Polish and Shoe Dressing, Washing Soda (Sodium 
Carbonate), and Caustic Potash and Lye — ad val. ... 35 p.c, 

89. Lard, Lard Compound and similar substances, Cottoline and 

Stearine of all kinds, N.E.S. —ad val. ... ... ... 30 p.c. 

90. Leather, viz. : — 

Leather known as " sole leather " — ad val. ... ... 20 p.c. 

Rough, Split, Undressed Leather, when imported by Tan- 
ners for dressing — ad val. ... ... ... ... 20 p.c. 

Rough, Undressed Leather, when imported by Tanners for 
further dressing — per lb. ... ... ... ..- Sets, 

Glove-grain, Boot-grain, Oil-grain, Buff, Split, Imitation 
Goat, Polished Pebble and Waxed Calf Leather, when bark 
tanned — ad val. ... ... ... ... ■■• 30 p.c. 

All other L'^pper Leathers, N.E.S., and Japanned, Patent 
or Enamelled Leather — ad val. ... ... ... ... 20 p.c. 

Harness Leather, N.E.S., Chamois Skins and Morocco Lea- 
ther, N.O. P. —ad val,... ...' ... ... ■■• 25 p.c, 

Leatherboard, Leatheroid, and manufactures thereof. N.E.S. 
—ad val 30 p.c. 

91. Leatherware, viz.: — 

Boots, Shoes, Slippers and Gaiters, or Leggings of Leather 
Leatheroid or other material — ad val. ... ... ... 40 p. c. 

92. Lime (oxide of calcium)— (100 lbs. to the bush.)— per bushel.. $ 15 

93. Lime Juices and Fruit Juices, when fortified with or contain- 

ing not more than 25 per cent, of proof spirits— per gall.... 60 
And when containing more than 25 per cent, of proof spirits 

per gall 2 00 

■94. Limestone — per ton ... ... ... ••• ••• ^^ 



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B^ AYAE & SONS, LTD., for 



95. Locomotives and Tenders ; Boilers for locomotives ; Railway 

and Tram Cars of all descriptions, and other component 
parts ; Railway Fish-plates, Switches, Frogs, Crossing and 
Intersections for railways, automobiles, and other similar 
motor vehicles — ad val. ... ... ... ... 30 p.c. 

96. Lumber, namely : — 

Boards, under one inch in thickness, imported expressly for 
manufacturing dories (not grooved, or tongued) — per M. ft. §1 00 

Boards and Plank, one inch in thickness, and so in propor- 
tion for any greater thickness, N.E.S. — per RI. feet ... 4 00 

Boards and Plank, grooved, tounged or planed, one inch in 
thickness, and so in proportion for any greater thickness 
—per M. feet... ... ... ... ... ... 5 00 

Oak, Pitch-pine, Elm, Beech, Green-heart, Iron-wood lum- 
ber, under live inches square, N.E.S. — per M. feet. ... 1 00 

Laths and Shingles — per M. ... ... ... ... 60 

97. Machines and Machinery, namely : — 

(a) Steam Boilers when imported to be used for heating pur- 

poses ; Radiators, Fan-blowers, Elevators, Fanning-mills, 
Horse-power Machines, Machinery and parts of machi- 
nery, N.E.S. ; Electric Light machinery and Electrical 
material of every description, including Carbons, Electric 
meters, and Electric apparatus ; Turning Lathes, Fret- 
saw Machines, Scroll-saw Machines, N.E.S., costing at 
place of shipment less than $6, and to be driven by hand 
or foot-power, N.E.S., and Dating, Ruling, Paging or Per- 
forating Machines — ad val. ... ... ... ... 25 p.c. 

(b) Turning Lathes, Fret-saw Machines, Scroll-saw Machines, 

N.E.S., costing at place of shipment over $6; Gas Engines, 
Typewriters, Comptometers or Adding Machines, Fog 
Horns, patented ; Machinery, patented and of a kind not 
manufactured in this Colony, N.E.S.; Machines for the 
manufacture of boots and shoes ; Planing, Boring, Mor- 
tising, Moulding, and similar machines for builder's pur- 
poses ; Power Machines for the manufacture of steam and 
other engines and boilers ; Sewing and Knitting Machines 
and parts thereof; Machine Felt for pulp-wet machines ; 
Steam Boilers, Engines, Propellors, Winches, and parts of 
machinery to be used in ships, N.E.S.' Steam Engines to 
be used in local industries, and Steam Boilers, not to be 
used for heating purposes, N.E.S.; Portable Saw-mills 
and Electric Motors — ad val. ... ... ... ... 25 p.c. 

(c) Machines for Carding Wool, Spinning Wheels, Wool Cards, 

Water Wheels, Steel Propellors, N.E.S., and Ruling Ma- 
chines and Pens for same ; Book-binder's tools and imple- 
ments. Leather, Book-binder's Wire, Stitching Machines, 
Book-binder's Cloth and Marble Paper, and Paper Board, 
when imported by book-binders for use in their trade and 
not for sale, and paper for covers of books when imported 
byprinters— ad val. ... ... ... ... .. 10 p.c. 



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Readymades and Rain Coats. 



98. Malt— ad val. ... 

Moss and Porterine, when imported by brewers— ad val. ... 

99. Mariner's Compasses and Cards for same, Patent Logs and 

Log Lines, Sextants and Quadrants — ad val. 
Thermometers, Barometers, Clinometers, Telescopes, Bino- 
culars, Parallel Rulers, Brass Binnacles and Chronometers 
for ship's use — ad val.... — 

100. Marline for making lobster pots — ad val.... 

101. Mast Pieces and Spars, namely : — 

Dressed or partly dressed, 60 feet or over in length, N.E.S. 

— ad val. 
Dressed "-r [lartly dressed, under 60 feet in length, N.E.S. 

— ad val. 
Undressed, '60 feet or over in leugtli, including Wharf 

Shores, N.E.S. — per ton 
Undressed, under 60 feet in length, including Wharf Shores, 

N.E.S.— per ton 

102. Matches of all kinds — ad val. 

103. Meats, namely: — 

Canned Meats, known as C. C. Beef, Corned Beef, Corn 
Beef, Corn Beef Hash, Luncheon Beef, Roast Beef, Boiled 
Beef, Roast Mutton, Boiled Mutton and Brawn — per re- 
puted lb. 

All other Canned Meats, N.E.S. — ad val... 

Meat, fresh — per lb. 

Poultry and Game, dead — per lb. ... :.. 

Sausages — per lb. 

Bacon, Hamii, Tongues and Beef, smoked cured — per lb. 
ad val. 

Hams and Tongues, dry salted or pickled — per lb. 

Meats, dry salted, N.E.S. — per lb. 

Beef, when salted in barrels, including duty on barrels— 
per barrel 

Pig's Heads, Jowls without tongues. Hocks, Feet and Ribs, 
when salted in barrels, including duty on barrels — per brl. 

Pig's Jowels and Tongues, when salted in barrels, including 
duty on barrel — per brl. 

Pig's Feet preserved in vinegar — ad val. ... 

Ptrk in barrels or half-barrels, namely : — 

Mess, Family, Prime Mess, Rump Extra Prime, Bean, 
Clear, Butt and Ham, including duty on packages— per 
barrel 

Belly, Back, or P'amily Mess or Lion Pork, including duty 
on packages — per barrel 

104. Medicinal, Chemical and Pharmaceutical preparations, when 
composed of one or more than one substance, N.E.S.; 
Patent and Proprietary preparations, Tinctures, Pills. 
Powders, Troches, Lozenges, Syrups, Cordials, Bitters, 
Anodynes, Tonics, Plasters, Liniments, Salves, Ointments, 
Pastes, Drops, Waters, Essences and Oils, N.E.S.; Anti- 
septic Surgical Dressing, such as Absorbent Cotton, 



10 p.c. 
30 p.c. 

20 p.c. 



35 p.c. 


10 p.c. 


20 p.c. 


30 p.i. 


11 20 


2 40 


40 p.c. 



03 


35 p.c. 


02 


03 


05 


03 


10 p.c. 


02 


01 


1 00 


1 00 


1 50 


35 p.c. 


1 50 


2 00 



XII Newfoundland Customs' Tariff. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Local View 

Cotton Wool, Lint, Lambswool, Tow, Jute, Gauze, and 
Oakum, prepared for use as Surgical Dressing ; Plain or 
Medicated Surgical Belts, Pessaries, and Suspensory Ban- 
dages of all kinds ; Oiled Silk, Codliver Oil, and com- 
pounds of which codliver oil forms a prominent part ; Li- 
quorice Paste, Liquorice in rolls or sticks, when of the 
quality known as Spanish Liquorice ; Parafine Wax, Bees- 
wax, Burgundy Pitch, Vaseline, and all similar jirepara- 
tions of petroleum for toilet, medii inal or other purposes, 
and Cream of Tartar — ad val. ... ... ... ... 30 p.c. 

Surgical and Dental Instruments (not being furniture), and 
Surgical Needles ' Clinical Thermometers, Catgut and Silk 
Sutures ; Galvanic Batteries, when imported by doctors 
for use in their profession — ad val. ... ... ... 25 p.c. 

105. Mosaic Flooring, of aay material. Roofing Slate, Slate Man- 

tles, and other manufactures of slate, N.E.S. — ad val. ... 40 p.c. 

106. Nails, viz. :— 

Iron or Steel Cut Nails and Spikes (ordinary builders); "Wire 
Nails of all kinds ; Iron or Steel Tacks of all descriptions, 
leathered or not, N.E.S. — per lb. ... ... ... let. 

Shoe Tacks, Brads, Sprigs and Shoe Nails — per lb. ... J ct. 

Wrought, when hand made ; Pressed Nails and Pressed 
Spikes of all kinds ; Brads used by broom-makers for fas- 
tening wire ; Nails used by brush-makers in making 
brushes ; Horse-Shoe Nails, and Galvanized Nails and 
Spikes and Sheathing Nails, N.E.S. — per lb. 

107. Nets, Netting, Trawl-gear, Traps and Seines, for use in 

seal and salmon fisheries — ad val. 

108. Nuts, namely: — 
Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Nats, Pecans, Peanuts, Filberts, 

Hickory, and other kinds of nuts, N.E.S. — per lb. 

Nuts, shelled — per lb. ... 

Cocoanuts, N.E.S. — per 100 

Cocoanuts when imported from the place of growth by ves- 
sels direct to a Newfoundland port — per 100 

Cocoanuts, dessicated, sweetened or not — per lb.... 

109. Oakum — per lb. 

110. Oatmeal and Rolled Oats, in bags or barrels, including duty 

on bags or barrels — per 100 lbs. 

111. Oats, including duty on bags— per bushel of 34 lbs. 

112. Oil Clothes— ad val. 
.113. Oils, namely -. — 

Coal Oil, Naphtha, N.E.S.; Gasolene, Benzine, and all illu- 
minating oils, N.E.S.— per gallon ... ... ... Gets. 

Linseed or Flaxseed Oil, raw or boiled, N.E.S.; Tallow and 
Grease, N.E.S.; Crude Petroleum to be used in the manu- 
facture of Gas by Gas Companies ; Spirits of Turpentine 
and Olein Beef Oil, Neutral Lard Stock, Cottonseed Oil, 
Sesame, and other oils to be used in manufacturing, N.E.S. 
and butter coloring — ad val. ... ... ... 15 p.c. 



ict. 


20 p.c. 


2 cts. 


4 cts. 


§1 00 


05 


03 


01 


20 


05 


30 p.c. 



Newfoundland C'usioms Tariff 



XIII 



Post Cards and Souvenir Books. 



40 p.c. 



Essential Oils and Axle Grease, Neatsfoot Oil, Lard, Sesame 
Oil, N.E.S.; Olive Oil, N.E.S.; and Extract for dying 
leather — ad val- ... ... ... ... ... 25 p.c. 

Lubricating Oil, N.E.S. — per gallon ... ... ... 8 cts. 

Jjubrii atiug Oil, when imported in bottles, tins or other 
packages, each holding less than one gallon — ad val. ... 25 p.c. 

Spermaceti, Whale and other Fish Oils — ad val. ... ... 35 p.c. 

114. Oysters or Clams, in shell or shelled, in packages not her- 

matically sealed — ad val. ... ... ... ... 25 p.c. 

115. Paints and Colors of all kinds. Whiting, Chalk, Lampblack, 

Ivory Black, Dyes of all kinds, LUtramarine, Putty, Cop- 
per Paint, Varnishes, Lacquers, Japans, Japan Dryer?, 
Oil Finish, Driti.sh (ium, Dextrine, lilue. Sizing Cream, 
and Sizing of all kinds — ad val. ... ... ... 30 p.c. 

116. Paper-hangings and Borderiugs — ad val.... ... ... 35 p.c. 

117. Peas (round), including duty on packages — per brl. ... 50 cts. 

118. Peas (split and dried), green, including duty on packages 

— per lb. ... ... ... ... ... ... ^ ct. 

119. Perfumery, including Toilet preparations (non-alcoholic), 

namely :— 

Hair Oil, Tooth and other Powders, Washes, Pomatums, 
Pastes, and all other perfumed preparations, N.E.S. , used 
for the liair, mouth or skin, and Pomades, French or 
Flower Odors, preserved in fat or oil — ad val. ... 

120. Pianofortes, Organs and Musical Instruments of all kinds, 

and parts thereof, N.O.P., including cat-gut and other 
strings, provided that musical instrument cases shall be 
dutiable at the same rate as their contents when imported 
containing the instrument ; and Phonographs, Grama 
phones, and such instruments — ad val. ... 

121. Picture Frames, and Photo Frames of any material — ad val 

122. Plaster of Paris or Gypsum, ground, manufactured or cal 

cined, and Paris Green, dry — ad val. 
Plaster Casts, N.E.S. — ad val. ... 

123. Potatoes — per bushel ... 

124. Poultry, alive — ad val. ... 

125. Keadymades, Clothing of all kinds, N.E.S., including Col 

lars and Cuiis, N.E.S. — ad val ... 

126. Rice, cleaned — per lb. ... 

127. Sails for Boats and Ships, Tarpaulins, Tents, and Awnings 

— ad val. 
128. — Salt, namely : — 

Dairy and Table Salt, N.E.S.— ad val. ... 

129. Saws, when used as part of the original construction 

Mills and Factories, N.E.S.— ad val. ... 

130. Shoemaker's Ink, Harness and Leather Dressing, and Har 

ness Soap— ad val. 

131. Small Wares, namely : — 
(a) Artificial Flowers and Dressed Feathers, Ribbons of every 

description, N.E.S.; Crapes of all kinds ; Velvets, Velve- 
teens, Silk Velvet, Plush and Silk Fabrics, N.E.S.; Em- 



- 

. 40 p.c 


1 40 p.c 


. 20 p.c 
. 30 p.c 
. 10 cts 
. 20 p.c 


. 45 p.c 

i et. 


. 40 p.c 


. 10 p.c 
f 


. 10 p.c 


. 20 p.c 



XIV Newfoundland Customs Tari^. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Toys, 



broideries. Laces, Braids, Freizes, Cords, Garters ; Brace- 
lets, N.E.S., Braids, Chaines, Cords, or other similar 
manufactures of hair or wool, N.E.S.; Handkerchiefs of 
all kinds ; Scarfs and Ties, Corsets, Lace Collars, and all 
other similar Lace Coeds, Lace Nets, Nettinfj and Veiling 
of every description, Shams, Curtains of all kinds, Regalia 
of Societies (including jewels), badges or belts of all kinds, 
N.E.S., and Hair, curled or dyed — ad val. ... ... 40 p. c. 

(b) Cotton Sewing Thread, Crochet Cotton, knitting Cotton, 
and all other Cotton, Silk and Linen Threads ; Boot, Shoe, 
and Stay Laces ; Buttons ; Elastic and non-elastic Web- 
bing: iNeedles and Pins; Elastic, ronnd and flat; and 
Garter Elastic — ad val. ... ... ... ... 25 p. c. 

132. Soap, common or laundry, costing per cwt. $4.00 and under, 

including cost of wrappers and coverings — per lb. ... \\ ct«. 

Soa}i, common or laundry, costing over $4.00 jiercwt., in- 
cluding cost of wrappers and coverings — per lb. ... ... 2 cts. 

All other Soaps, and Pearline and other soap powders — 
ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 40 p. c. 

All ingredients used in the manufacture of Soap, Candles, 
Laundry Blue, Shoe and Stove Polish, paying more than 
25 per cent, when imported by manufacturers -ad val. ... 25 p.c. 

133. Spirits, viz. : — 

Spirituous or Alcoholic, distilled from any material, or con- 
taining or compounded from or with distilled spirits of 
any kind, and any mixture thereof with water, for every 
gallon thereof of the strength of proof, and when of a 
greater strength than that of proof, at the same rate on 
the increased quantity that there would be if the liquors 
were reduced to the strength of proof, as follows, viz.: — 
Alcohol, Ethel Alcohol or the substance commonly 
known as Alcohol, Hydrated Oxide of Ethel, or Spirits 
of wine, Amyl, Alcohol or Fusil Oil, or any substance 
known as Potatoe Spirit or Potatoe Oil, Absinthe, ar- 
ra k or Palm Spirits, and Spirits over 43 per cent, over 
proof, and to in proportion for any greater strength — 
per gallon ... ... ... ... ... ... $ 3 50 

Cordials, Liquors and Spirits of all kinds, N.E.S., and Mes- 
cal, Pulque, Kum-shrub, Schiedam and other Schnapps, 
Tafia, Angos*:uro, and similar ahoholic beverages, for 
every gallon thereof of the strength of proof, and when 
of a greater strengUi than that of proof, at the same 
rate on t!ie increased quantity that there would be if the 
liquors were reduced to the strength of proof— per gall. 2 60 

Methel Alcohol, Wood Alcohol, ^^'ood Naptha, Pyroxlic 
Spirits, or any substance known as Wood Spirits or 
Methylated Spirits, Ether, Nitrous Ether, Sweet Spirits 
of Nitre and Aromatic Spirits of Ammonia, Alcoholic 
Perfumes and perfumed Spirits, Bay Bum, Cologne, and 
Lavender Waters, Jamaica Ginger. Fruit Essences ; 
Hair, Tooth and Skin Washes, and other Toilet prepa- 



Neivfouiidland Customs Tariff. xv 



Dolls, Games and Holiday Goods. 



tions containing spirits of any kind, and all medical 
preparations containing over 3 J per cent, of alcohol — 
ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 50 p.c. 

All Medical preparations containing Icbr than 30 per cent, of 
alcohol, ''^inctures, or Medicines or Medicinal Wines (so 
called), including Medicated Beef Fluids such as Beef, 
Iron and Wine, and Etherial and S|iiriiuous Fr.iit Es- 
sence, N.E.S.— ad val. ... ... ... ... 30 p.c. 

Brandy, including Artificial Brandy, and imitations of for 
every gallon thereof of the strength of proof, and when of 
a greater strength than that of proof, at the same rate on 
the increased quantity that there would be if the liquors 
were reduced to the strength of proof — per gallon ... $ 3 50 

"Whisky, for every gallon tliereof of the strength of proof, 
and when of a greater strength than that of proof, at the 
same rate on the increased quantity that there would be if 
the liquors were reduced to the strength of proof — per gall. 3 10 

<Jin of all kinds, for every gallon thereof of the strength of 
proof, and when of a greater strength than that of proof, 
at the same rate on the increased quantity tliat there 
would be if the liquors were redueed to the strength cf 
proof — per gallon ... ... ... ... ... 2 60 

Hum, for every gallon thereof of the strength of proof, and 
when a grerter strength than that of proof, at the same 
rate on the increased quantity that there would be if the 
liquors were reduced to the strength of proof — per gallon.. 2 40 

In all other cases where the strength of any of the foregoing 
articles cannot be ascertained by the direct application of 
the hydrometer. It shall be ascertained by the distillation 
of a sample, or in such manner as the Minister of Finance 
and Customs directs. When spirits are imported in bot- 
tles, six reputed quarts or twelve reputed pints, shall be 
held to contain one gallon, and so for any emaller bottle 
or flask that may be imported. 

334. Stationery : — 

(a) Albumenized and other Papers and Films, chemically pre- 
pared for photographers' use ; Wrapping-paper ; Toilet- 
paper, Sand-paper, Glass or Flint-paper, Emery-paper, and 
Emery-cloth; Mill-board, Straw-board in sheets or rolls ; 
Tarred Paper, Felt or Straw:board or Sheathing Paper: 
Ruled, Bordered, and Coated Papers, Papeteries, Boxed 
Papers, Pads not printed on. Envelopes, and all manufac- 
tures of paper, N.E.S.; Erasing Rubbers of all kinds; 
Mucilage and other Liduid Gums ; Inks for wriiing ; Pho- 
tographs, N.O.P. : Chromos, Chromotypes, Artotypes, 
Oleographs, Paintings, Drawings, Pictures, Engravings, or 
Priuis, or printed or proofs therefrom, and similar works 
of art, N.O.P.; Blue prints and Building plans ; and 
Christmas, New Year, Easter, Birthday, and all similar 
cards ; Books to be written or drawn upon. Blank Account 
Books, N.E.S.; Paper Sacks or Bags (not printed on), Lead 



XVI Ncivfoundland Custovis Tariff. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD. If in doubt, get in 

Pencils, Pencils of all kinds, N.E.S. ; Pens, Penholders 
and Rulers of all kinds ; Artists' Paints and Colours, 
Brushes and other drawing requisites — ad val. ... ... 35 p.c. 

(b) Newspapers, or sujijilemental editions or parts thereof, 
partly printed, and intended to be completed and published 
in Newfoundland— ad val. ... ... ... ... 25 p.c, 

- (c) Slate pencils, Chalk, Crayons, to be used in schools. School 
Writing Slates and Copy-books, headed for school purposes 
—ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 10 p.c, 

(d) Printed Music, bound or in sheets ; Music for phonographs, 

pianolas, and such like instruments, and Maps and Charts, 
N.E.S. —ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 10 p.c, 

(e) Advertising and Printed Matter, viz. : — 

Advertising Pamphlets, Advertising Pictorial Show cards, 
Illustrated Advertising Periodicals, lUustgated Price 
Books, Catalogues and Price Lists, N.O.P., Directories 
of the Colony, when printed outside of the Colony ; Ad- 
vertising Almanacs and Calendars, Patent Medicine or 
other Advertising Circulars, Fly-sheets or Pamphlets, Ad- 
vertising Chromos, Chromotypes, Oleographs, or like work 
produced by any process other than hand-painting or draw- 
ing, and having any advertisement or advertising matter 
printed, lithographed or stamped thereon, or attached 
thereto, including Advertising Bills, Folders and Posters, 
or other similar artistic work lithographed, printed or 
stamped on paper or card-board for business or advertis- 
ing purposes, N.O.P.; Play cards, Labels of all kinds, 
Shipping, Price, or other Tags, Tickets of all kinds when 
printed upon or lithographed, or partly printed : Bank 
Notes, Bonds, Bills of Exchange, Cheques, Promissory 
Notes, Drafts, and all similar work unsigned. Check Books 
for counter use, Bill Heads, Forms and Cards, or other 
commercial blank forms, printed, lithographed, or printed 
from steel or copper or other plates, and all other printed 
matter, N.E.S., and Paper Sacks and Bags when printed 
on — ad val. .. ... ... ... ... ... 50 p.c. 

135. Staves, namely : — 
Oak, undressed — ad val. 
Of other woods, undressed — ad val. 

Manufactured and dressed, or partly manufactured and 
dressed — per 1200 

Heading for cooper's use — per pair 

136. Steel, namely : — 

Mild, in bolts, bars, sheets, plates and pieces, N.E.S. — 
adval. 

Known as " Blister Steel," " Chrome Steel," and Hard or 
Cast — ad val. ... 



5 p.c. 


25 p.c. 


15 50 


05 


10 p.c. 


30 p.c. 



Neivfoundland Customs' Tariff. XVii 

touch with us. Wholesale and Retail. 

Shafting, turned, compressed or polished, when measuring 

five inches or under in diameter, N.E.S. — ad val. ... 30 p.c. 

Shafting, turned, compressed or polished, when measuring 

over five inches in diameter, N.E.S. — ad val. ... ... 10 p.c. 

137. Straw— per ton of 2000 lbs. ... ... ... ... $2 00 

138. Sugars, loaf, cut loaf, cube and castor or icing sugar — per lb 04 
All other white and granulated sugars, N.E.S* — per lb. ... 03 
Brown and yellow sugar, not granulated — per lb. ... 02 

139. Tar, namely :— 

Stockholm, American and Coal Tar ; Pitch and Resin or 
Rosin : Tar Mixtures, Asphalt and Asphaltum, and like 
preparations — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 15 p.c. 

140. Tea— ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 33 p.c. 

141. Timber, squared or partly squared, measuring five inches 

square and over, N.E.S., and not to include mast pieces or 

wharf shores or logs, undressed— per ton ... 60 p.c. 

142. Tinware, plain, japanned or lithographed, and all manufac- 

tures of tin, aud manufactures of Galvanized Sheet Iron 
and Sheet Steel, N.O.P. : Agate, Granite or Steel Hollow- 
ware, and Nickle or Aluminum Kitchen or Household 
Hollow-ware — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 45 p.c. 

143. Tobacco, namely : — 

Manufactured Tobacco — per lb., 33 cents ; adval. ... ... 6 p.c. 

Leaf, stripped or partly manufactured — per lb., 40 cents ; 
adval. ... ... ... ... ... ••■ 6 P-c. 

Leaf and Stems— per lb. ... ... ... •.• 40 cts. 

Stems for manufacturing snuff—per 100 lbs. ... ... 50 cts. 

Cigars— per lb., $1.00; ad val ... ... ... ■•■ 15 p.c. 

Cigarettes— per lb., $2.75 ; ad val. ... ... ■■■ 5 p.c. 

Tobacco Pipes of all kinds, Pipe Mounts, Cigar and Ciga- 
rette Cases, Cigar and Cigarette Holders, and Cases for 
same. Smoker's Sets and Cases therefor, and Tobacco 
Pouches — ad val. ... ... ••• ■•• ••• 40 p.c. 

Snuff-perlb 50 cts. 

144. Trunks of all kinds and Valises, N.E.S. ; Hat Boxes, Carpet 

Bags, Tool Bags or Baskets, Satchels, Reticules, Musical 
Instrument Cases, Purses, Portmanteaux, Pocket-books, 
Flv-books and parts thereof, and Baskets of all kinds- 
ad val. ... - 40p-<^- 

145. Tubes for Boilers, of wrought iron or steel, including Flues 

and Corrugated Tubes for Marine Boilers— ad val. ... 10 p.c. 

146. Tweeds, Cloths, Doe Skins, Felt Cloth and fabrics composed 

wholly or in part of wool or worsted, N.E.S. — ad vaL ... 35 p.c. 

147. Twines for Sailmaking, namely :— 

Hemp Roping and Seaming, and Cotton Sail Twine, and all 
other Twines, N.E.S.-ad val 30 p.c. 

B 



kViii NeiofoundlanA Customs' Tari^. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD. Trade with us, and you have the 

148. Vegetables, namely : — 

Turnips, Carrots, Parsnips, Beets, Sweet Potatoes and 

Yams — per bushel. ... ... ... ... ... 20 cts. 

Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Onions, Squashes, Pumpkins, Rhu- 
barb, Melons, and othtr vegetables, N.E.S. — ad val. ... 30 p.c. 

149. Vinegar, when imported in Casks, including the duty on 

package — per gall'.in ... ... ... ... 15 cts. 

Vinegar in bottles — ad val. ... ... ... ... 30 p.c. 

150. Whips of all kinds, including thongs and lashes— ad val. ... 40 p.c. 

151. Wines, namely : — 

Champagne— per gallon ... ... ... ... ... }4 60 

Port and ISIadeira — per gallon ... ... ,. ... 1 80 

Sherry and Manzanilla — pet gallon, §1.00 ; ad val ... 15J p.c 

Malaga and Montilla, costing at tlie place of shipment less 

than 80 cents per gallon ... ... ... ... 40 cts. 

Malaga and Montilla, costing at the place of shijiment 80 

cents per gallan, and any above that price — per gallon, 

81.10; ad val... 

Hock, Burgundy, and Light Rhenish Wine — per gallon ... 

Claret — per gallon 

Spanish Red, Denia, Sicilian, Figuiera, Red Lisbon, Cape 
and common Lisbon — per gallon 

Ginger Wine, containing not more than twenty-six per cent, 
of proof spirits — per gallon 

Ginger Wine, containing over twenty-six per cent, of proof 
spirits — per gallon 

Vermouth Wine, containing not more than thirty-six per 
cent, of proof spirits — per gallon 

Vermouth Wine, containing over thirty-six per cent, of 
proof spirits — per gallon 

All other Wines, N.O.P., per gallon, §1.20— ad val. 

When Wines of any kind are imported in bottles — six re- 
puted quarts or twelve reputed pints shall be held to con- 
tain one gallon. 

152. Window Shades, in the piece, or cut and hemmed, or mount- 

ed on rollers, N.E.S. — ad val. ... ... ... ... 40 p.c. 

153. Women's and Children's Dress Goods, Coat Linings, Italian 

Cloths, Alpacas, Orleans, Cashmeres, Coburgs, Henriettas, 
Serges, Bunting, Nuns' Cloth, Bengalines, Whipcords, 
VVinceys, Linceys, Twill, plain or jacquard of similar fab- 
rics, composed wholly or in part of wool or worsted, 
N.E.S. — ad val. ... ... ... ... .., 35 p.c. 

154. Wood, manufactu/es of, viz. : — 

Manufactures of Corkwood other than Cork Stoppers, for 
bottles nnd jars, N.E.S.; Pails and Tubs (of wood), Wash- 
boards, Pounders, Rolling Pins, Mouldings of Wood, plain, 



15 p.c. 


81 10 


60 


40 


1 00 


§2 60 


1 00 


2 60 


15 p.c. 



Newfoundland Customs' Tariff, XIX 

"Open door" to the largest general stock in the Colony. 

gilded, or Jotherwise manufactured ; Fishing Rods of all 
kinds ; Walking Sticks and Walking Canes of all kinds ; 
Coffins and Caskets ; Hoops for coopers and other manu- 
factures of Wood, N.E.S. — ad val. ... ... ... 40 p. c. 

Hoops for Masts ; Rushes for coopers use ; and Excelsior 
Hair and other material for making mattresses or stuffing 
furniture, and Hair Fibre and Bristles for the manufacture 
of Brushes — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 20 p. c. 

Trunks and Valises, in whole or in part wood — ad val. ... 40 p.c. 

Ticking for covering Mattresses — ad val. ... ... 30 p.c. 

165. Yarns, Woolen and Worsted — ad val. ... ... ... 20 p.c. 

156. Zinc, and manufactures of Zinc, N.E.S. — ad val ... ... 35 p.c. 

157. Unenumerated Goods : — 

All Goods not enumerated in this Act or subject to any other 
rate of duty, 'nor declared free of duty by this Act, and 
not being goods the importation whereof is by this Act or 
any Act prohibited, shall be subject to a duty of — ad val... 40 p.c. 



-4*#- 



SCHEDULE B. 



Table of Exemptions. 

158. Admiralty Charts. 

159. Agricultural Implements and Machinery, N.E.S. ; and Haybinders, 

Bone Crushers, Hay and Feed Cutters, Air Motors, Churns, Cream 
Separators and Incubators ; Wire Fencing and Fasteners for same, 
gates for wire fences, when the gates are made chiefly of wire. 

160. Animals, imported by Agricultural Societies, or by private persons, 

under the approval of the Governor in Council, for the improve- 
ment of stock, and Poultry when imported for breeding purposes. 

161. Apparel, wearing and other personal and household effects, not mer- 

chandise, of British subjects dying abroad, but domiciled in New- 
foundland ; Books, Pictures, Family Plate and Furniture, Personal 
effects and heirlooms left by bequest. 

162. Articles for the use of the Governor. 

163. Articles, when imported by and for the use of the Army and Navy ; 

also articles consigned direct to officers and men on board vessels 
of His Majesty's Navy for their own personal use or consumption. 

164. Articles imported for the use of the Government or any of the de^ 

partments thereof. 

165. Articles imported for the use of the Municipal Council, 

166. Articles for the official use of Consuls, 



XX Newfoundland Customs' Tariff, 

AYRE & SONS, LTD. Join our Circulating 

167. Articles imported for religious purposes and used in the worship of 

the denomination requiring the same, and Bells, Musical Instru- 
ments, Stained Glass Windows, Statuary, Paintings, Carpets, 
Chandeliers, Lamps, Clocks, and Fancy Hardwood for interior 
finishing, when imported solely for use in Churches and Chapels. 

168. All construction material and machinery, when the same cannot be 

made in this Colony, for pulp and paper mills, both for the original 
installation and the further extension of the same, but not in sub- 
stitution for old, machinery for the original installation of saw- 
mills, provided that the persons requiring to import these articles 
are approved by the Governor in Council, 
(a) Materials imported by manufactures for construction of such ma- 
chinery as is at present admitted into this Colony free of duty. 
The free importation of such matei-ials to be permitted, subject to 
regulations to be made by the Governor in Council. 

169. Artificial Limbs and Artificial Eyes. 

170. Bait. 

171. Bags, Barrels, Boxes, Casks and other vessels exported filled with 

Newfoundland products, or exported empty and returned filled with 
foreign products ; and Articles, the growth, produce and manufac- 
ture of Newfoundland, when returned after having been exported ; 
provided that proof of the identity of such articles and goods shall 
be made under regulations to be prescribed by the Governor in 
Council ; and that such articles and goods are returned within one 
year from the time of exportation, without having been advanced 
in value or improved in condition by any process of manufacture 
or other means ; provided further, that this item shall not apply 
to any article or goods upon which an allowance or drawback has 
been made, the re-importation of which is hereby prohibited, except 
upon payment of duties equal to the drawback allowed ; nor shall 
this item apply to any articls of goods which has paid an Excise 
duty. 

172. Bark, Extract of Bark, Cutch, Bi-ehromate of Potash, and Logwood. 

173. Bicycles, Anglers' Outfit, Trouting-gear, Fire-arms, Ammunition, 

Tents and Implements of Tourists, when in the custody of the 
tourists, and under the conditions made by the Minister of Finance 
and Customs to secure the export of such articles, or the payment 
of the regular rate of duty on such articles when otherwise import- 
ed, if the articles are sold or left in the Colony. 

174. Bpiler and Ships' Plates, when of the thickness of one-quarter of an 

inch or over that thickness, 
(a) Galvanized block straps, patent bushings for sheaves for blocks, 
and galvanized sheaves for blocks, when imported by blockmakers. 

175. Books, printed and not to be written or drawn upon, and supple- 

ments for periodicals specially imported for the bona fide use of 
incorporated institutes ; official reports, newspapers, and monthly 
and semi-monthly magazines ; weekly library papers unbound, and 
Christmas Annuals ; Blackboards, specimens, medals and wall dia- 
grams, illustrative of natural history, and imported for colleges, 
schools and public libraries ; Kindergarten requisites, and Cata- 



Newfoundland Ciistoms' Tariff. xxi 

Library, 2,000 Books to read ; $2,00 a year. 

logues and price lists of persons, firms and companies domiciled 
elsewhere, and not personally doing business here. 

176. Chair cane or Reeds of Withrod, when imported in an unmanufac- 

tured state. 

177. Clothing and Medicine, donations of, for charitable purposes, and 

Photographs sent by friends and not intended for sale. 

178. Coin and Bullion. 

179. Copper, Bitumen, Naptha and Iron Oxide, to be used by manufac- 

turers in the manufacture of copper paint. 

180. Corn for the manufacture of brooms and whisks. 

181. Cotton Yarn, Raw Cotton and Coke. 

182. Cotton-seed Oil, Olive Oil, Boracic Acid, Acetic Acid, Preservaline, 

when imported by manufacturers to be used in the preservation of 
Fish or Fish-glue, and Vegetable Oils for use in curing iish. 

183. Engravers' Plates of Steel, polished, for engraving thereupon ; Photo 

Engraving Machinery, viz. : — 
Router, Bevelling, and Squaring Machines, Screen-holders, Cross- 
line Screens, Chemicals, for use in engraving. Wood for blocking, 
graving tools and Process-plates. 

184. Equipments, Accoutrements and Musical Instruments for Boys' 

Brigades and Salvation Army ; and Ammunition and Arms for 
Volunteer Corps, under the approval of the Minister of Finance 
and Customs. 

185. Fish of British catch and cure, and Oil, the produce of such fish (not 

to include preparations of Cod-liver Oil), Eggs of Fish or Game- 
birds, when imported for propagation. 

186. Flour, Wheaten, and the package in which it is imported. 

187. Globes, geographical, topographical and astronomical, Maps and 

Charts and School-desks, for the use of schools ; Pictorial Illustra- 
tions of jinsects or similar studies, when imported for the use of 
colleges, school and library Associations : Manuscripts and Insur- 
ance Maps. 

188. Hemp, Hemp Yarn, Coir Yarn, Sisal, Manilla, Jute, Flax and Tow. 

189. Hides or pieces of Hides, not tanned, curried or dressed. 

190. Hoop Iron or Hoop Steel, splayed, punched or nosed, and cut in 

lengths not to exceed sixty-eight inches, to be used in making hei- 
ring barrels. 

191. Indian Corn. 

192. Junk, Old Iron, Old Copper, and Old Composition Metal. 

193. Kerosene Oil, and the package in which it is imported. 

194. Lines and Twines used in connection with the fisheries, not includ- 

ing Sporting Tackle. 

195. Machinery of all kinds, to be used in the actual breaking of coal or 

ore bodies underground or in the open pit, viz. : — Rock Drills, Coal 
Cutters ; Pumping Engines of all kinds, to be used in transfemng 
water from the underground, or open pit workings, to the surface ; 
ikoisting Engines, or other machinery to be used as a motive power 



XXII Neiofoxtndland Customs' Tariff. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Carpets, 

to lift ores or coal from underground, or from an open pit, to the 
surface ; Crushers, or other machiuery to be used in the actual 
breaking of ores, so as to facilitate refining or transportation ; 
Special Machinery of all kinds, to be used for the washing, con- 
centration, reduction, or the refining of any ore or coal, or for the 
manufacture of Brick ; Prospecting Drills of all kinds, to be used 
for proving the extent or existence underground of coal, oil or ore 
bodies ; Crane and Derricks, when used for the actual handling of 
coal or ore from the workings to the surface ; Compressors, to be 
used for the operation of any of the above macliines ; Fire Clay and 
Fire Brick, to be used in the construction of any ore reduction or 
Smelting Plant ; Dynamite, Detonators, Blasting Powder, Fuses 
of all kinds : Blasting ]?atteries. Battery Wire and Drill Steel, 
when used for mining purposes ; Wrought Iron, or other Pipes, to 
be used in transmitting steam, compressed air or water through 
the undei'ground or open pit workings, and from the point of accu- 
mulation to the point of exit Hoisting and Hauling Cables, to be 
used in the lifting and transporting of coal or ore from the working 
face to the point of shipment; Machinery, or other equipment to 
be used in conveying coal or ore from the mine, or from the work- 
ings to the surface : Provided, that should any of the foregoing 
mentioned articles in this section be used for any other purpose 
than that for which they are here set forth as being duty free, they 
shall be dealt with as smuggled goods, and be subject to all the 
provisions in such cases provided under the Customs' Acts 1S98 to 
1905. The words "machinery" in this item are not to include or 
relate to steam boilers or parts thereof. 

Machinery to be used in the manufacture, within this Colony, of 
twines, lines, nets, seins, cordage, or other fishing gear. 

Motor Engines, other than steam, when imported for Agricultural 
purposes, and to be used in vessels owned in this Colony and em- 
ployed in its fisheries, or employed solely. in missionary work within 
this Colony. 

196. Manures and Fertilizers of all kinds, and Sulphuric Acid, M-hen im- 

ported to be used in the manufacture of manures. 

197. Material foi sheathing the bottoms of vessels, such as Zinc, Copper, 

and Composition Metal, together with nails, and paper or felt, 
which may be used for or under such sheathing when used for 
sheathing vessels, under regulations to be made by the Governor 
in Council ; Casings or Copings and Lockings for timbers of dories ; 
and Lignum Vita3. 

Boards and Planks of hardwood over eighteen feet in length, when 
imported for ship-building ; Mast-pieees of Pitch-pine, Oregon-pine, 
or similar hardwood ; Timber of hardwood when imported for ship- 
building, upon such certificate as may be required by the Minister 
of Finance and Customs. 

198. Molasses, produced in the West India Islands, in the process of the 

manufacture of sugar from the juce of the sugar cane, and the 
package in which it is imported, 

199. Music, written, 



205. 



^eivfoundland Oustoms' i'arif. xxiii 

Linoleums and Floor Canvas. 

200. Oil Cake, Oil Cake Meal, Cottou Seed Cake, Cottou Seed Meal, 

Pease Meal, Bran, and other preparations for cattle and chicken 
feed. 

201. Ores to be used as flux. 

202. Parchment or Wax Paper, when imported specially for packing fish, 

or lining tins used in the lobster packing industry in this Colony. 
Paper known as Soiling Paper, and Papers to be used by manufac- 
turers in enclosing their manufactures. Tin in sheets and blocks 
and solder ; printed and lithographed labels when imported by per- 
sons engaged in the manufacture of fish tins or packages or in the 
preserving of fish for market, provided that the labels cannot be 
manufactured in this Colony ; Ammonia, when imported for re- 
frigerating purposes ; and Mineral and Lubricating Oils when im- 
ported by Cold Storage Companies for use in connection with their 
machinery. 

203. Pig Iron, Nail Strips of iron, steel, zinc or brass, to be used in the 

manufacture of cut nails in this Colony. 
20i. Plants, Trees and Shrubs ; also Seeds for Agricultural purposes, 
N.E.S., and Florist's Seeds. 
Printing Paper, Printing Presses, Printing Types, Printer's Ink and 
Printer's Office Furniture, when imported by bona flde printers for 
use in their business. 

206. Rice, Uncleaned or Refuse Rice. 

207. Samples of no commercial value ; Sand and Fire-clay ; Sausage Skins 

or Casings ; Salt in bulk, when imported for use in the fisheries. 

208. Scrap-iron and Scrap-steel (old), and fit only to be re-manufactured, 

being part of or recovered from any vessel wrecked in waters sub- 
ject to the jrurisdiction of Newfoundland. 

209. Steel Shafting, when imported for use in steam vessels. 

(a) Ships and other vessels built in any British or foreign country which 
are to be continuously employed In connection with the trade or 
fisheries of the Colony. 

210. Supplies, Stores and Donations for the Moravian Missionaries on 

Labrador and for the Deep Sea Mission, under such rules and re- 
gulations as may be made by the Governor in Council. 

211. Settler's Fifects, namely :— Wearing Apparel, Household Furniture, 

Books, implements and Tools of Trade, occupation or employment ; 
Guns, Musical Instruments, Domestic Sewing machines, Type- 
writers, Live Stock, Bicycles, Carts and other vehicles, and Agri- 
cultural Imjdements in use by the settler for at least six months 
before his removal to this Colony, not to include machinery or arti- 
cles imported for use in any manufacturing establishment, or for 
sale ; provided that any dutiable article entered as settler's effects 
may not be so entered unless brought with the settler on his first 
arrival, and shall not be sold or otherwise disposed of without pay- 
ment of duty until after twelve months actual use in the Colony ; 
and traveller's Baggage not exceeding $50 in value for any one per- 
son, under regulations prescribed by the Governor in Council. 



XJitV Neivfoundland Customs' Tariff. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Forest 



212. Scientific Instruments and Apparatus, when imported for use in 

colleges, schools, and Scientific or library societies ; and Specimens 
illustrative of Natural History ; Medals and such other articles as 
may be imported by schools or associations to be distributed as 
prizes, when such other articles are approved by the Minister of 
Finance and Customs. 

213. Sterotypes, Electrotypes aad Celluloids for Almanacs, Calendars, 

Illustrated Pamphlets, Newspapers, Advertisements or Engrav- 
ings, and all other like work for commercial, trade, or other pur- 
poses, and matrices or copper shells for the same. 

214. Material for installing wireless telegrajdiy on board ships engaged 

in the trade and fisheries of the Colony. 

215. Unmanufactured Wool. 

216. Wire of brass, zinc or steel, screwed or twisted or flattened or corru- 

gated, when imported by manufactures of boots and shoes, for use 
in connection with nailing machines for the manufacture of boots 
and shoes, to be used for such purposes only in their own factories, 
and iron wire, when imported by Broom Manufacturers to be used 
by them in their manufactures. 

217. Wheat, whole, not ground or crushed. 

218. Works of Art, viz. :— 

Paintings in oil or water colors, by artists of well known merit, or 
copies of the old masters by such artists ; and paintings in oil or 
water colors, the production of Newfoundland artists, under regu- 
lations, prescribed by the Governor in Council, and engravings, 
when produced by the Art Union Society of Londoii. 



SCHEDULE C. 



Prohibited Goods. 

219. Books, printed paper, drawings, paintings, prints, photographs or 

representations of any kind of a treasonable or seditious or of an 
immoral or indecent character. 

220. Coin, base or counterfeit. 

221. Goods, manufactured or produced wholly or in part by prison labor, 

or which have been made within or in connection with any prison, 
gaol or penitentiary, shall not be imported into this Colony under 
a penalty of two hundred dollars ; and, if imported, such goods and 
the packages in which they are contained shall be forfeited. 

222. Reprints of Newfoundland copyright works and reprints of British 

copyright works, wliich have been copyrighted in Newfoundland 
also. 

223. Tea, adulterated with spurious leaf or with exhausted leaves, or con- 

taining so great an admixture of chemical or other deleterious sub- 
stance as to make it unfit for use. 



Newfoundland Customs' Tariff. 



XXV 



Mills and Essex Mills Underwear, 



224. Salt, knowu as lishing salt, which has been used in vessels or else- 
where in the curing or making of fish, prior to its importation into 
this Colony. 

(h) Used clothing of all kinds when imported for sale. 



SCHEDULE D. 



Excise. 



The following duties shall be raised, levied and collected, on the fol- 
lowing articles distilled, brewed or manufactured in this Colony, viz. : — 

225. Brandy, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sikes's hy- 

drometer, and so in proportion for any greater strength 

than the strength of proof — the gall. ... ... ... $2 35 

226. Whiskey, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sikes's 

hydrometer, and so in proportion for any greater strength 

than the strength of proof — the gall. ... ... ... 1 ?5 

227. Gin, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sikes's hydro- 

meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 

the strength of proof — the gall. ... ... ... 1 75 

228. Rum, not e.xeeeding the strength of pror-f by Sikes's hydro- 

meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 

the strength of proof — the gall. ... ... ... 1 50 

229. Ale, Porter, Bavarian Beer, Botanic Beer, and all other 

small and dextrinous liquors — the gall. ... 

230. Tobacco— per lb. 

231. Oleomargarine, Butterine, or similar substances — per lb 

(a) Compound Lard and similar substances — per lb. ... 

232. Cigarettes— per lb. 

(b) Cigars— per lb. 



r 

. 05 


. 274 


01 


. 02J 


28 


. 50 



Ai) '[TERTiSEMENTS—l 



LIST OF PLACES 

Re-named by Nomenclature Committee since their first meeting, 
January 30th. 1904. 



Cat's Cove, Harbor Main District 
Lee Bight, Trinity Bay 
Barren Island, Placeutia B-y 
Belle Island Conception Bay 
Dark Tickle, Twillingate District 
Botwoodville, Notre Dame Bay 
Mosquito Cove, Conception Bay 
Lance Cove South, Trinity Bay 
Shoal Bay, Trinity Bay 
Westell) Ann, Fogo District 

Middle Bight, Harboi' Main 

Burgeo, District Placentia and St. Mary's 

Southward Bay, Bonavista Bay 

Crab's, St. George's District 

Birchy Cove, Bay of Islands 

Railway Station, near Crabbe's 

Railway Station, between Crabbe's Brook and 

Highlands 
Salmon Cove, Trinity Bay 
Grand River, Hamilton Inlet 
Little River, Burgeo and La Poile 
Dog Bay, Fogo District 
Sandy Point, Smith Sound, T. B. 
Rattling Brook, St. George's Bay 
Riverhead, White Bay 
Riverhead, Bay of Islands 
Fox Island, Fortune District 
Ram's Island, Placentia Bay 
Island Cove, near Heart's Delight, T. B. 
Queenstown, Fogo District 
Lance Cove North, near Elliston, T. B. 
Long Cove, Southwest Arm, Random, T. B. ... 
Railway Station and neighborhood, Bonavista. 
Lewisport, N. D. Bay District 

Northwest Arm, Trinity .. 

Ragged Harbor, Trinity District 

King's Cove, Trinity District 

Ruesell's Cove, Trinity District 

Seal Cove, Trinity District 

New Harbor, Bonavista Bay 

North West Arm, New Bay, Twillingate Dist. 

Backlands, Bay St. George 

Newtown, Sunday Cove Isld, Twillingate Dist. 

Ship Cove and Robin Hood, T. B 

Graveh, Bay St. George 

Caplin CoTC, Ferryland District 

Broad Cove, St. John's West 



lamed Avondale North 


11 


Adeyton. 


(( 


Bar Haven. 


It 


Bell Island. 


ii 


Brighton. 
Botwnod. 


t( 


Bristol's Hope. 
Brownsdale, 


(( 


Cavendish. 


(( 


Carmanville. 


i* 


Codner. 


(i 


Chambers. 


it 


Charleston. 


tt 


Crabbe's. 


tt 


Curling. 


(( 


Crabbe's East. 


tt 


Crabbe's West. 


it 
tt 
It 


Champneys. 
Gillisport. 
Grey River. 


11 


Horwood. 


11 


Harcourt. 


11 


Heatherton. 


11 


Hampden. 


11 


Humbermouth. 


(1 


Isle Galet. 


It 


lona. 


u 
11 


Islington. 

Joe Batt's Arm. 


11 


Lancaster. 


11 


Loreburn. 


11 


Lethbridgo. 


tt 

tl 


Lewisporte. 
Lockston. 


11 


Melrose. 


11 


Milton. 


11 


New Melbourne. 


11 


New Chelsea. 


11 
11 


Newport. 
Osmonton. 


11 
11 


O'Regan. 
Port Anson. 


11 


Port Rex ton. 


1. 


Port au Port. 


tl 


St. Michael's. 


II 


St. Philip's. 



ADVERTISEMENTS— 2 



Brighton, Bonavista District 
Flat Islands, Bonavista District 
Grand River Gut, Codroy Valley 
Spaniard's Bay, Trinity District 
Broad Cove, Smith Sound, T. B. 
Indian Arm, Bonavista Bay 
Holyrood, Placentia and St. Mary's 
Fox Cove, Bonavista Bay 
Tilton Harbor, Fogo District 
Toad's Cove, Ferryland District 
North West Arm, Sweet Bay, B. B. 
Greenspond, White Bay, St. Barbe 
Western Cove, White Bay 
Witless Bay, Trinity Bay 
Bcilly Cove, Trinity Bay 



. . Rename 
11 


d Salvage Bay. 
Samson. 


11 


Searston. 


11 
11 


Spaniard's Cove 
Somerset. 


II 


Summerville. 


11 


St. Vincent. 


11 
It 
11 


Templeraan. 
Tilting. 
Tor's Cove. 


11 


Winter Brook. 


11 
(I 
11 


Williamgport. 

Westport. 

Whiteway. 


11 


Winterton. 



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MEMBERS OF THE NOMENCLATURE BOARD. 

Most Rev. M. F. Howley, D.D., Chairman; Alex. A. Parsons, 
Esq., J,P., Secretary ; Rev. Canon Smith, R.D. ; Rev. L. Curtis, D.D. 
D. W. Prowse, Esq., C.M.G. ; Hon. H. J. B. Woods, E. M. Jackman, 
Esq. 



H EARN & CO. 

Wholesale Provision 
Dealers ^^^-^ 

]^^^ Lowest quotations furnished for POPULAR 
GRADES )f 

Barrelled Beef, Pork, Sugar, Molasses, 
Kerosene Oil, Leather. 

ALSO 

Raisins, Currants, Rolled Oats, Oatmeal, Round 
Peas, Split Peas, Beans, etc. 

Agents LIBBY, McNEIL & LIBBY, - - "Canned Meats.'^ 
Telephone No. 12. 



AD VERTISEMENTS—S 



JAS. D. RYAN 



-IMPORTER OF- 



GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, IRISH AND 
AMERICAN HAMS AND BACON, 

CEYLON TEA^ &c. 

P.O.B. 884. ST. JOHN'S. Phone 40. 

WE PEY HIGHEST PRICES FOR 

eodfish. eod Oil. 

Codroes, Herring, 

and other Nfld. products. 

If you want any FLOUR, BEEF, PORK, MOLASSES, etc., it 
will pay you to get our prices. 

A. H. MURRAY, - St. John's. 

GADEN'S AERATED WATER 

WORKS. 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE PUREST 
AND BEST AERATED WATERS. 

The most satisfactory of all Beverages. 
^11 orders promptly executed. 



JOHN R. BENNETT, Proprietor. 

156-168 DUCKWORTH STREET. 

P.O.B. 1163. Phone 207. 



AD VERTISEMENTS—^ 




Extract from " An Act to provide for the Estab- 
lishment of a FIRE DEPARTMENT for the 
Town of St. John's. 

(Passed July 4th, 1895.) 

Sec. 9 — No person shall open any of the signal boxes connected with the fire 
alarm telegraph for the purpose of giving or causing to be given a false ftla.rm of 
fire, or to interfere in any way with the said'boxes, by breaking, cutting, iiijuring 
or defacing the same, or pulling the hook, handle or slidesitherein, except in case 
of fire ; or without authority open, tamjjer or meddle with said boxes, wires or 
attachments, or any part or parts thereof, or with the telephone wires or any- 
thing connected therewith, under a penalty not exceeding one hundred dollars or 
imprisonmont for a term not exceeding three months. 

Sec. 14 — Every person who shall carry any fire through the streets, lanes or 
any wharves in the town, except in some covered vessel, or who shall kindle or 
light a fire in any of the places aforesaid, or who shall carry a lighted pipe, cigar 
or cigarette on any wharf whore hay, straw or any combustible material may be 
stored, shall for every offence be liable to a fine of not less than ten dollars or 
imprisonment for a term not exceeding one month. 

Sec. I.'t — Xo person shall use in any mill, barn, outhouse or stable a lighted 
candle or lamp, unless enclosed in a lantern, fire in any of the said buildings 
unless properly secured, nor a lighted pipe, cigar or cigarette, under a penalty 
of ten dollars or imprisonment for a term not exceeding one month. 

Sec. 16— No person shall light or have a fire in any house, workshop or out- 
house unless such fire is in a brick or stone chimney, or in a stove of iron or other 
metal material properly secured, under a penalty of ten dollars or imprisonment 
for a term not exceeding one month. 

Sec. 17— No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lighted on any street, 
lane, wharf or public place, except in accordance with a permit of the officer in 
charge of the Fire Department, under a penalty of ten dollars or imprisonment 
for a term not exceeding one month. 

Section 8, " St. John's Municipal Act, 1896 " : 

No person shall light a fire, or cause a fire to be lighted, on any street, lane, 
wharf, public place, for any purpose, or in any yard or in any private residence 
for the purpose of heating or boiling pitch, tar, sugar, molasses,^ varnish, or such 
inflammable substances, except in accordance with a permit [of, the officer in 
charge of the Fire Department, under a penalty of. ten dollars, tojbe recovered 
in a summary manner before a Stipendiarv Magistrate or Justice' of J the Peace 
by any person who mav sue for the same. In default of payment of said hne the 
party offending shall be liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one 
month. 

SW AW AVhapfing-cps and Store-keepers on the water front, as 
well as Coachmen and Stable-keepers generally, also Owners of 
Workshops, and Managers of Factories, are requested to do all 
in their power, in the Interest of public safety, to see that Sec- 
tions 14 and 15 are observed. 

JOHN SULLIVAN, 

Inspector-General of Constabulary 
and Chief of Fire Department. 



A D VER TISEMENTS—5 



JAS. P. CASH 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL 
TOBACCONIST- 



AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS 



MASTER WORKMy^N" Tobacco. 

Importer of aad Dealer ia all the leailins hrands of Cut and Plug 
TOliACCOS, CIGARS, CIGARETTFS, WOOD and CLAY PIPES, 
and all Smokers' Requisites. [P.O.B. 221. 



Water Street, St, John's, Newfoundland. 



GEO. M. BAR 



-BUYER OF- 



LOBSTRRS, CODFISH, AND ALL OTHER NEW- 
FOUNDLAND PRODUCE. 



AGENT FOR 



Hartford Fire Insurnce Go. 

Wm. Gossage & Sons (Soaps.) 
Fairbanks*Morse Engines. 

Texaco, Kerosene, Gasolene. 



Al) VMTISEMEI^TS—ij 



Synopsis of Game Laws, 

NZ WTOUNDLA ND. 

♦♦♦♦ 

CAKIBOU — No porsoii shall pursue witli intent to kill any Caribou from the 
1st day of February to the 31st day of July, or from the 1st day of October to the 
20th day of Oetober, in any year, And no person shall kill or take more than two 
Stag and one Doc Caribou in any one year. 

No person is allowed to hunt or kill Caribou within [specifled liuiitg of either 
side of the railway track from Grand Lake to Goose Brook ; these limits being de 
fined by gazetted proclamation. 

Xo non-resident may hunt or kill Deer (three Stag) without previously having 
purchased and procured a License (Fee, $50.00) for same. Licenses to non-resident 
guidoii are issued, costing fifty dollars. 

Xo person may kill, or pursue with intent to kill, any Caribou with dogs or 
with hatchet, or with any \veapon other than fire-arms, loaded with ball or bullet, 
or while crossing any pond, stream or water-course. 

Tinning or canning of Caribou is absolutely prohibited. 

It shall not be lawful for any person to purchase or receive in exchange from 
any other person any Venison, or any portion of the flesh of Caribou, at any time 
between the 1st day of January and the 31st day of July in any year. 

Penalties for violation of these laws: A fine not exceeding two hundred dollars 
or in default, imprisonment not exceeding six months. 

MOOSE.— No person shall liunS, kill, or pursue With intent to kill, any Moose 
or Elk within this Colony, under a penalty of two hundred dollars. 

BIRDS ANI> WILD KABBIT OR H ARE. — No person shall hunt, kill, 
sell purchase or have in possession, any Ptarmigan or Willow Grouse (commonly 
called Partridge), nor any Curlew, Plover, Snipe, or other wild or migratory birds 
(except Wild Geese and Crows), or the eggs of any such birds ; nor shall shoot any 
Wild Rabbit or Hare within this Colony, between the li-t day of January in any 
year and the 20th day of September in the year succeeding, under a penalty not 
exceeding one hundred dollars, or imprisonment not exceeding three months. 

BEAVER Any person who shall hunt, kill, or pursue to take, any Beaver 

within this Colony at any time from the 1st day of October, 1910. to the 1st day 
October, 1913, shall upon conviction for the first otfence be imprisoned for two 
months ^^'ith hard labour, with the option of a fine not exceeding two hundred 
dollars and not less than fifty dollars ; for the second ofTence, the penalty shall be 
imprisonment for six months with hard labor, 

FOXES.— No person shall hunt Fo.xes from March loth to October loth in any 
year. 

TROUT AND SAtMON.— No person shall use any appliance other than rod, 
hook-and-line, to catch any Salmon, Trout, or Inland water fishes, within fifty 
fathoms from either bank on the strand, sea, stream, pond, lake or estuary, de- 
bouching into the sea. 

No person shall catch, kill or take, any Salmon or Trout in any river, brook, 
stream, pond, or lake in Newfoundland between the loth day of September in any 
year and the loth day of January in the succeeding year. 

License, non-resident, $10.00. 

JAS. W. MERCER, Secretary. 

St. John's, Newfoundland, January, 1913. 



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CHAPLIN! 

KING OF TAILORS . 

First class stock always or) hand. 



Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 




qtiee:^^ 3$^ 



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POLICIES OF INSURANCE 

against Loss or Damage by FIRE are issued by the above well- 
known Office on the most liberal terms. 

JOHN CORMACK, 

Agent for Newfoundland. 

Standard Marble & Granite Works 

361 DUCKWORTH STREET. 

o 

THB LEADING AND MOST RELIABLE STORE 
IN THE CITY FOR 

HEJA.13STOJ<fBJS, JMO:iVUA<IEjX^TS, Ejto. 

In Aberdeen Granite of different Colors. Dealers in White Sicilian 
and Aberdeen Marble of the best quality. Native Gran- 
ite Monuments in stock, nicely polished. 

Workmanship guaranteed. Designs sent on application or by 
letter or otherwise, 

J. McINTYRE, Proprietor, 



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H. J. ST ABB & CO. 



-AGENTS FOR- 



Commercial Union Fire Insurance Co. 
of London, England. 

Palatine Fire Insurance Company, 
London, England. 

Standard Life Insurance Company, 
Edinburgh. 

Estate Agents aod Geueral Merctiaiits. 



IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Coal, Kerosene Oil, &c. 



53 Water Street East, St. John's, Nfld. 



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P PEALS to our Customers because they have tried 

it and found it work so well. If you are in the mar- § 

ket for DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTI- S 

rt CLES, SEEDS, FLAVORING ESSENCES or Spices, S 

g and are not already a customer, we can do as well for you g 

« as for others. We have had many years experience in the S 

S Wholesale as well as the Retail business, and can show a % 

S record that can scarcely be matched by any firm in any g 

S line in Newfoundland. a 

« Prompt attention and fair and honorable dealing are jg 

S our watchwords, \^'rite to us for anything you need in 8 

S the above lines. « 

I T. McMURDO & CO. | 

» Chemists since i823. g 

^ Water Street and Military Road, St. John's, Newfoundl'd. ^ 



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CONFEOtRSTION LIFE 



aSSOCHTIOH, 

Just a small amount 
invested in a perfectly 
safe place, for the pro- 
tection of our family, 
or ourselves in old age. 

D. MUNN 

Ag-ent. 

BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING, 
St, Joh.i's, Newfoundland. 



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ESTABLISHED 1817. 



panh 0f IHttutoal! 

FINANCIAL AGENTS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF 
THE DOMINION OK CANADA. 

Bankers for the Government of Newfoundland. 

CAPIfAL-all paid up $14,887,570 

REST 15,000,000 

UNDIVIDED PROFITS 1,885,185 

SAVINGS' BANK DEPARTMENT. 

Deposits of ONE DOLLAR and upwards received. 
Interest allowed at best current rates. 



HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL. 



Hon. Pres.— Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona, and Mount Royal, G.C.M.G. 

Pi-esident— R. B. Angus, Esq. 

Sir Edward Clonston, Bart,, Vice-President. 

H. V. Meredidth, ^Manager. 



^^ Branches in every Province of the 
Dominion of Canada. 



New York— Agent Bank of Montreal, 04 Wall Street. 

Chicago— Bank of Montreal. 

Boston— Merchants' National Bank. 

London, England- Bank of Montreal, 46&57 Threadneedle Street. 



AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. 



J. A. PADDON, Man-. Si John's, N.F. 



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LIMITED. 



. M. G, 



President, CIUS. R. DUDEB, Manager 



SOAP.— "Perfection" and •' Standard" Laundry Soap, Violet 
Soap, Washing Powder, Candles, Washing Soda, 

PAINT.—" Matchless" Liquid and Paste Paints in all shades. 

OILED CLOTHING.— Single, Double and Patched Clothing, 
Oiled Coats, Hats. 



ASK FOR LOCAL GOODS. 




I 



ST. JOHN'S. 

OUR EQUIRMEIVJT. 



Office and Builders' Supply Store— Water Street West, St. 
John's. 

Lumber Yard with large Stock— Water Street West, St. 
John's. 

Lumber Wharf well Stocked— Water Street West, Saint 
John's. 

Lumber Wharf and Large Stock Lumber— Water-st. East, 
St. John's. 

Planing Mill, Carpenter Shop, Match and Brush Fac- 
tory, Dry Kilns, Etc.— Bambrick and Water Streets, St. John's. 

Circular Saw Mill— Campbellton, Notre Dame Bay. 

Gang Saw Mill- -Dog Bay, Notre Dame Bay. 



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JOB BROS. & Co 

LIMITED 



Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 
IMPORTERS OF 

Codfish Whale Oil, 

Tickled Tish, 'Bone and Fertilizer, 

Cod Oil, Lobsters, 

Medicinal Codliver Oil, Cod Hoes, 
Seal Oil and Skins, Smoked Caplin, 

and other Troduce. 

AGENCIES: 

The Roy.al Insurance Co., Limited, Liverpool Fire and Life. 

The Union Marine Insurance Company, Limited Liverpool. 

The National Fire Insurance Company Hartford, Conn. 

Managers of 

JOB'S STORES, Limited. 



Dealers in Provisions and Groceries, Naval Stores and Fishing 
Supplies. Wholesale and retnil. 

The Phoenix Whaling and Manufacturing Co. (Limited ) 
The Avalon Steamship Co. (Limited.) 
Nascopie Steamship Co. (Limited.) 
The Thetis Steamship Co. (Limited.) 
The Erik Steamship Co. (Limited.) 

The Hamilton Pulp and Lumber Co. (Limited.) 

JOB BROTHERS, W. & S. JOB & CO., JOB BROS. & CO., LTD. 

Tower Building, 68 Broad Street, Halifax, 

Liverpool. New York. Nova Scotia. 



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" Money in It !" 



Dealers Make Money by handling 
RENNIE'S 

Cnoice Candies^ 
Bon Bons^ 

Chocolates^ 

and Syrups. 

EQUAL TO THE BEST IMPORTED. 

♦♦♦♦ 

i^ Don't book your orders before gettiiij? our 
prices and discounts. 

J AS. STOTT 

Generj»I Importer, 
Grocer, Etc. ^ 

Tea, Wine and Spirit 
Merchant. 

Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 



OUTPORT ORDERS given the most careful attention 
and promptly packed and despatched. 



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Customs ' Circular, 

No. 15. 



WHEN TOURISTS, ANGLERS AND SPORTS- 
MEN, arriving in this Colony, britig with them FIRE- 
ARMS, AND AMMUNITION, TENTS, CANOES AND IM- 
PLEMENTS, CAMERAS, BICYCLES, ANGLERS' OUTFITS, 
TROUTING GEAR, they shall be admitted under the following 
conditions ; A deposit equal to the duty shall be taken on such 
articles as 

Cameras, Bicycles, Trouting 

Poles, Fire-arms, Tents, Canoes 

and Tent Equipage. 

A receipt (No. r), according to the form attached, shall be given 
for the deposit, and the particulars of the articles shall be noted in 
the receipts, as well as in the marginal cheques. Receipt No. 2, 
if taken at an Outport Office, shall be mailed at once directed to 
the Assistant Collector, St. John's ; if taken in St. John's, the Re- 
ceipt No. 2 shall be sent to the Landing Surveyor. Upon the de- 
parture from the Colony of the Tourist, Angler or Sportsman, he 
may obtain a refund of the deposit by presenting the articles at the 
Port of Exit, and having them compared with the Receipt. The 
Examining Officer shall initial on the receipt the result of his ex- 
amination, and upon its correctness being asceitained the refund 
may be made. 

No GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, WINES, SPIRITS 
or PROVISIONS of any kind will be admitted free, and no de- 
posit for a refund may be taken upon such articles. 

H. W. LeMESSURIER, 

Assistant Collector. 

Custom House, St. John's, N.F.,\ . 
December 1912. J 



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^Jjank of UXooa Scotia. 

iNCORrORATED 1832. 

Capital, $4,000,000 ; Reserve, $8,074,000. 
GENERAL OFFICE TOROXTO. 

H. A. RICHARDSON, General Manager. 

HEAD OFFICE HALIFAX, X. S. 



With over 101 Branches in Canada, United States, 
Newfoundland and West Indies. 

St. John's, Harbor Grace, Grand Bank, 

Bay Roberis, Bell Island, Burin, Bouavista. Twillingate. 

ita. A general Banking business conducted. Drafts and Letters 
of Credit issued, available in all parts of the world. Special atten- 
tion given to collections. Correspondence solicited. 

SAVINGS' DEPARTMENT.— Deposits of One Dollar and up- 
wards received and interest added semi-annually at highest current 
rates. 



A. OOODRIDGB & SONS 

GENERAL MERCHAN TS. 

Wholesale and Retail Exporters of 
all kinds of Produce. 

32 J Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 



BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS : 
Witless Bay, Toad's Cove, Ferryland, Renews, 

Caplin Bjiy, Round Harbor, St. Mary's, Nippers Harbor, 
New Perlican and Hant's Harbor, 
Where FISHING OUTFITS can at all times be supplied. High- 
est prices given for all kinds of PRODUCE, and goods supplied at 
lowest prices. 



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PUBLIC NOTICE. 



COPPER SMELTING ACT. 

To ENCOURAGE THE SMELTING OF COPPER ORE in this 
Colony, SMELTERS and all machinery in connection there- 
with, also Coke for Smelting purposes, are admitted free of duty. 

BOUNTY. 

The following bounty is payable on all Copper Ore mined and 
smelted in this Colony : 

$1.00 per ton up to lUO tons ; 50 cents per ton from 100 and up 
to 600 tons, from one mining location in any one year. 



ENCOURAGEMENT OF WOOLLEN 
MANUFACTURES. 

A Premium of five per cent, is payable on the original cost of all 
wool imported into this Colony for the purpose of being manufac- 
tured into wearing apparel, blankets, rugs, carpets, or other like 
manufactures, and upon all wool raised in the Colony and manu- 
factured into the above-mentioned articles in factories or buildings 
where more than ten persons are annually employed. 

All machinery in connection with above industry to be admitted 
free of duty. 

Copies of the above Acts giving all particuhirs may be obtained 
from the Department of Agriculture and Mines. 

SYDNEY D. BLANDFORD, 

Minister of Agriculture and Mines. 
January, 1913. 



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NOTICB. 

THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC is directed to the 
following section of Cap. 36 of the Consolidated Statutes, 
dealing with " Nuisances and Municipal Regulations " : — 

" Any person who shall throw any Stones or Ballast, or anything 
else hurtful or injurious, into the Harbor or Roadstead in this 
Colony or its dependencies shall, for every olience, be liable to a 
penalty not exceeding FIFTY DOLLARS, or to imprisonment for 
a period not exceeding fifty dollars." 

A. W. PICCOTT, 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 

HARBOR REGULATIONS 

FOR THE 

PORT OF ST. JOHN'S, N. F. 

o 

1. No vessel shall remain lying at any wharf for a longer period than 
twenty-four hours with her main spanker or jib-boom rigged out. The 
Harbor Master shall direct all vessels with main spanker or jib-boom rig- 
ged out to have the same rigged in, and all accidents to such vessels re- 
sulting from the main spanker or jib-boom being rigged out contrary to 
the provisions of this section shall be at the risk of the owner of such 
vessels. 

2. If, in the opinion of the Harbor Master, any vessel anchored iu the 
harbor is likely to sink or to become an obstruction to navigation, the 
Harbor Master may, after giving twelve hours' notice to the owner or 
agent of such vessel, or without notice where there is no owner or known 
agent in St. John's, take charge of and remove such vessel, and may deal 
with and dispose of such vessel in such manner as he shall think neces- 
sary, to provide for the free navigation of the port ; and all expenses in- 
curred under this section shall be borne by the vessel or her owners, and 
may be recovered with costs in an action in the name of the Harbor Mas- 
ter before a Stipendiary Magistrate. 

EDWARD ENGLISH, 

Harbor 5laster. 
St. John's, Newfouadlaad, January, 1913. 



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Sheep Treservation ! 



1. It shall be lawful for the duly qualified electors, resident withia an 
area or district within this Coloay, to present to the (governor in Council 
a petition or requisition in the form prescribed in the Schedule to this 
Act, or as near thereto as may be, setting forth the limits o: boundaries 
withia which sueh area or district is comprised, and the names of the 
towns, harbors or settlements included therein, and praying for a Procla- 
mation prohibiting the keeping of dogs within such area or district. 

2. Such petition or requisition shall be sent to tlie nearest resident 
Stipendiary Magistrate, and shall be by him (after examination and cer- 
tificate as hereinafter provided) furnished to the Governor in Council. 

3. If, upon due scrutiny of such petition or requisition, the Stipendiary 
Magistrate shall find that the same contains the bona fide signatures of 
one half of the duly qualified electors resident within the limits or boun- 
daries set forth in the said petition or requisition, lie shall forthwith have 
a certificate to that effect endorsed upon or attached to the petition or 
requisition, and shall forward the same to the Governor in Council. 

4. Any Stipendiary Magistrate to whom such petition or requisition 
may be presented may, before certifying the same to the Governor in 
Council as aforesaid, require proof to be made before him of the bona fide 
signatures of any of the names subscribed to such petition, upon the oath 
of either the party whose name purports to be signed or of a witness to 
such signature. 



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5. Upon receipt of any such petition or requisition containing the sig- 
natures of not less than one-third of the electors resident within any such 
area or district, certified as aforesaid, the Governor in Council shall issue 
a Proclamation or Public Notice prohibiting the keeping of dogs within 
such area or district. 

6. From and after the date prescribed in and by such Proclamation 
or Notice, it shall not be lawful for any person resident within such area 
or district, to keep, or have in his possession, or under his control, any 
dog within the area or district to which such Proclamation or Notice shall 
relate, under a penalty not exceeding fifty dollars or imprisonment for a 
term not exceeding three months. This prohibition shall not apply to 
any person or persons travelling or passing through sueh areas or dis- 
tricts and having a licensed dog or dogs in his or their possession, charge 
or control, and not at large. 

A. W. KNIGHT, 

Clerk of the Pea^e. 



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Sxtract front ffie J^erchanf Sh'PP'f^Sf j^c^ "Refer- 
ring to the J/aniing of S^'PS' 

REGULATIONS MADE BY THE BOARD OF TRADE, 

|In Conjunction with the Commissioners of Customs, 
under Sect. 50 of the Merchant Shipping Act. j8o6. 



UNDER the provisions of section r)0:of the Merchant Shipping Act, 190G, the 
Board of Trade, in connection with the Commissionerg of Customs, hereby 
make the following Regulations relating to Ships' names, and direct that they 
shall come into force on 1st January, 1908: — 

1. — Any person who proposes to make application for the registry of a British 
ship shall give notice in writing of the proposed name of the ship to the Regis- 
trar of of Shipping at |the intended port of registry at least fourteen days before 
the date on which it is contemplated to effect the registry. 

7. — Where it is intended to register the ship at a port not situated in th« 
British Islands, the Registrar to whom the name is intimated may proceed with 
the registry of the ship if he satisfies himself that the name does not appear in 
the Current Mercantile Navy List; but if the name does so appear, the Registrar 
shall transmit the application to the Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen, 
and the case shall be treated in the manner laid down for registry in the British 
Islands. 

H. W. LeMESSURIER, 

Registrar of Shipping. 
Department of Customs, February, 1913 

SOME OF OUR LEADING LINES 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



Annuals and Picture Books 
Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books 
Music Books and Sheet Music 
Standard and General Literature 
School Books and Requisites 
Stationery and Account Books 
Musical Instruments and Tutors 
Watches. Clocks, Wedding Rings 
Jewellery of every description 
Hardware, Cutlery aad Silverware 



Enamel, Earthen, and Chinaware 
Artists' Materials and Decorative Goods 
Glassware— Fancy and Domestic 
Spectacles, Spy and Mineral Glasies 
Fireworks, Fancy Lanterns, Fans, &c. 
Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos 
Indoor Games in great variety. 
Trout and Salmon Tackle 
Cricket, Football and Tennis Goods 
Dolls and Toys at all prices 



leadciLjeirters for Rountain an<d Stylo Rens. 



EXPRESS CARTS, DOLLS' CARRIAGES, 
TRICYCELS, SLEDS, BOATS. Etc. 

Colored Pictures, Engravings, Picture Mouldings, Mirrors, Glass, &e. Send for 
8-page Catalogue, and List of Local View Post Cards and Booklets. 

LEADING BOOKSELLERS: 



S. E. GARLAND, 

Garland Bldg., 177-179 Water-st. East. 



GARLAND &, CO. 

353 Water-st. West, opp. Post OflSec, 



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W. A. SLATTERY 

WHOLESALE DRY GOODS 
OF ALL KINDS . . 



Pounds and Remnants 

a specialty. 

©utport Dealers particularly looked 
after. 



Address : SLATTERY BUILDING, 

Duckworth Street, - - - - Near Beck's Cove. 



Railway Passengers^ Assurance Co. 

OF LONDON, ENGLAND. 

Capital, 55,000,000 ; Claims paid over $30,000,000. 

o 

Insurance against Accidents of all kinds and Sickness. Contractors' 
Liability; Manufacturers' Liability; Public Liability; Automobile Lia- 
bility; Elevator, Workman's, Collector's, Plate Glass Insurance ; Fidelity 
Bonding of all kinds. ^ Agents wanted in the Outports. 

H. C. DONNELLY, 

Board of Trade Building. General Agent for Njid. 

TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, 

281 & 288 Duckwortli Street, 

St. John's, Newfoundland. 



-0- 



Promptness, Durability, Satisfaction. Samples and Self measure- 
ment Cards sent to any address. 



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The Canadian "Bank 

of Commerce. 

Paid up Capital - - $15,000,000 
Rest 12,500,000 



SAVINGS' BANK DEPARTMENT : 

Deposits of One Dollar and upwards 

received. 

Interest allowed at current rates. 

With Branches throughout Canada and in the Uni- 
ted States, England and Mexico, and Agents and Cor- 
respondents throughout the world, this Bank offers 
unsurpassed facilities for the transaction of every kind 
of business in Canada or in foreign countries. 



Collections effected promptly ar|d at 
reasonable rates. 



ST. JOHN'S, N. F. BKANCH : 



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WEST END PHARMACY ! 

TELEPHONE 217 P.O.B. 693. 

WE AKE NOTED for skilled and accurate dispensing;. We make a 
specialty of Prescriptions and use a system of checking which 
makes mistakes almost impossible. 

Outport patrons will be pleased and satisfied with the manner in which 
we fulfil their commands. 

In supplying or re-fitting MEDICINE CHESTS we guarantee 
satisfaction. 

H. COURTENAY, 423 Water-st. 

0. S. Picture & Portrait Co. 

General Importers and 
House Furnishers. 



WE carry the largest and most up-to-date stock of Furniture and 
and Furnishings in the Colony. Sole Agents and Distributors 
for the celebrated COLUMBIA GKAPHOPHO>JE and Records. Cata- 
logues and prices on application. 

Water Street, St John's, Newfoundland. 



WM. J. ELLIS, 

Contractor, Builder, 
and appraiser ^' 

Dealer in Cement, Sand, Mortar, Drain Pipes, Bends, Crushed 
Stone for Concrete, Junction and Traps Chimney Tops, and }'late 
Glass— all sizes. Estimates given tor all kinds of work at shortest 
notice. 

STOKE & OFFICE— Adelaide Street. STONE YARD— 
Just East Custom House, Water Street. 



Ad vMTisEMi:Nts—iis 



GODDEN&Co. 

CONTRACTING 
STEVEDORES' 



Telephone * * » 636 



We are prepared to contract for the discharge of 
steamers and vessels. We employ all UNION MEN 
who are covered by insurance against Employers' 
Liability Act. 



T3es].)a.tcl:i Oviaranteed. 




GENERAL IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS. 

AGENTS FOR LHE 

" f^ortbern" Fire Assurance Company, 

OF LONDON, ENGLAND. 

tsr Don't forget to visit the Dry Goods section where the best 
quality ooly of merchandize is offered at prices that defy all compe- 
tition. 




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Crosbie Hotel! 

Duckworth Street, St. John's, NHd. 

(CONVENIENTLY situated to husiness men, being within a few 
J minutes walk of the Banks, Steamship Piers, Churches and 
Public Halls. Replete with every modern convenience for accom- 
modation of guests. Fitted up with Lavatories, Bath Rooms, Hot 
and Cold Water, and heated throughout by Hot Water, and lighted 
by Electricity. Foreign and Outport travellers are cordially invited 
to visit this Hotel and examine its advantages. Telrphones in each 
room. 

S. K. BELL, - - Proprietor, 

MANUFACTPBKRS OF 

Nos. 1 & 2 HARD BREAD, 
"Tip Top" Soda, Pilot, Lunch, and Fancy 

BISCUITS. 



Be sure and ask for " TtP TOP." Best Soda 
Biscuit on tli*» niarliet. 

Cable address :— " Deerlake," St. John's. Codes :— A.B.C. 4th Ed. 
A.B.C. 5th Ed., A.l, Western Union. 



A. B. MORINE, K. C. 

BARRISTER & SOLICITOR. 

Room 34, Board of Trade Building, 

St. John's, Newfoundland. 



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GRAY & GOODLAND 

206 WATER STREET. 

♦♦♦♦ 

SOME OF OUR LEADING 
LINES ARE .... 

7'rzrt//«g.— We are fitted to do ;dl varieties of JOB 
WOl^K. 

Rubber Stamps.— We make yoii anything you re- 
iiuiie in tlii.s line. 

School Requisites. — Everything usually required «ill 
hf foinid heio. 

S. S. Reward Sooks, Cards. Registers. &-c.— Coinii.ei- 
cial and (Social ytationery in great variety. 



♦*♦♦ 



PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS. 
We keep an up-to-date stock of all the sundries needed. 



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WOOD'S CANDY AND FRUIT STORES 

AND FANCY BAKERY. 



St. Jolm's and CTvancl Knlb 



RESTAURANTS in connection with each Store, at both places. 
We aim to supply the best of everything in above lines. 

Wedding Cakes a specialty. 

MAIL ADDRESS : 

" Wood's eandy Stores," St, John's. 



II^DEX. 



PAGE 

Agriculture cS: Mines — Dept. of 193 

A}<riculture & Mines — Minister 193 

Archbishop, Roman Catholic . 278 

Assembly, House of 18 

Attorney General 171 

Auditor General and Office ... 20 

Bailili's in St. John's 179 

Bank Fishery, 1911-12 338 

Banks iu Newfoundland 288-290 

Barristers and Solicitors, Su- 
preme Co\irt 172 

Bishojis — Church of England . 275 

Roman Catholic 278 

Block House, Signal Station... 201 
Boards of Education, viz: 

Church of England (see app.) 155 

Roman Catholic (see app.)... 160 

Methodist (see app.) 164 

Presbyterian (see app.) 169 

Congregational 169 

Salvation Army 169 

Boards, Road (see appendix)... 253 

Board of Works 248 

Board, Nomenclature 285 

Board of Trade (Imii.), Cornel 

Intelligence Branch 286 

British Ministry, The 16 

Broker, Authorized Customs . 191 

Calendar of Months, &c., 1913 4-15 
Canadian Trade Commissioner 

in Newfoundland 290 

Chief Justice 172 

Chief Town and Villages in 
Newfoundland — Population 

of (Census, 1901) 343 

Circuits of Courts 172 

Clergymen of the Church of 

England in Nfld 276 

Clergymen of the Roman Ca- 
tholic; Church in Nfld 278 

Clergymen of the Methodist 

Church in Nfld 280 

Clergymen of the Presbyterian 

Church in Nfld 282 

Clergymen of the Congrega- 
tional Church in Nfld 283 

Clerks of the Peace 180 

Clerks of the Supreme Court . 172 



PAGE 

Close Time for Fish and Game 303 

Collector of Custom", Assistant 191 
Colleges, viz: 

Church of England 153 

Theological (Ch. of England) 278 

St. Honaventure's 159, 270 

Methodist 163 

l^resbyleriaii (see ap|i.) 169 

Colonial & Continental Church 

Society 154 

Colonial Secretary and Depart- 
ment (see app.) 21 

Com'cial lutellingeuce Branch, 

Impl. Board of Trade 286 

Commissioner of Charities and 

Office 23 

Commissioners under Lunacy 

Act 24 

Commissioners of Pilots 199 

Commissioners Supreme Court 

within and without Nfld. ..173-177 
Commissioners Wrecked Pro- 
perty 199 

Common Notes for Year, 1913. 3 

Constables, Local 188 

Constables, St. John's and Oiit- 

ports 188 

Constabulary 186 

Consuls, Foreign 290 

Convents 279-280 

Council of Higher Education... 153 

Courts, viz: — Supreme 171 

District 179 

Customs Department 191 

Customs Tariff (Official) See end 

Deer, Cljse Time for 303 

Debt, Public, of Newfoundl'd 

1902-3 to 1911-12 312 

Dental Board 25 

Departmeats, Governm't, viz: 
Agriculture and Mines (see 

ap[iendix) 193 

Auditor General 20 

Colonial Secretary (see app.) 21 
Commissioner of Charities 

(Sub) 22 

Education (Sub) 152 

Finance and Customs 190 



11 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Justice 171 

Marine and Fisheries 197 

Public Works 248 

Post Office 26 

Departmental Officers 17 

Directory of Newfoundl'd and 

Labrador, Poat Office 94-149 

Distances, Table of Newfound- 
land and Foreign 327-331 

District Courts 179 

District Surgeons 24 

Eclipses in 1913 3 

Education Statistics 170 

Educational, Gov't Boards of: 

Church of England (see app. ) 155 

Roman Catholic 160 

Methodist (see a[ip.) 164 

Presbyterian (see app.) 169 

Congregational 169 

Salvation Army 169 

Education, Superintendents of 152 
Educational (Sub) DejiarUneut 

— Government 152-170 

Eleclion, 1909— Result of 18 

Examiners for Granting 
Certilicates to School 

Teachers 154, 160, 169 

Examiners for Granting Certi- 
ficates to Masters and Mates 202 
Examiners for Granting Certi- 
ficates to Engineers 198 

Executive Council 17 

Executive Councils since 1855. 304 
Expenditure, Nfld.— 1902-3 to 

1911-12 342 

Expenditure, Detailed Com- 
parative Statement of New- 
foundland— 1910-11, 1911-12 340 
Expenditure, Surplus Trust & 

Loan— 1910-11, 1911-12 341 

Exports, Value of Newfoundl'd 

—1910-11 to 1912-191 1-12 ... 342 
Exports, Principal Articles of 

— 1909-10 to 1911-12 337 

Exports of Newfoundl'd to each 

country, 1907-8 to 1911-12... 335 

Ferries and Ferrymen 248 

Finance, Department of 190 

Finance Minister 190 

Fiona, S. S 198 

Fish— Close Time for 303 

Fisheries — Bank and Seal 338 

Fisheries' Board 198 

Fire Depart.— Constabulary ... 189 



PACK 

Fog Signals — Nfld., Canadian 
in Nfld., and St. Pierre ... 205-247 

Franked Letters 29 

Game— Close Time 203 

Game Protection Board 198 

Gaols and Gaolers 190 

Government Engineer 21 

Governor of Ntld. (& see app.) 17 

Governors of Nfld. since 1729.. 321 
Governor's Private Secretary, 

(see appendix) 17 

Harbor Dues, St. John's 202 

Harbor Master, St. John's 202 

Health Officers, St. John's and 

Oatport 24 

High and Low Water — Tima of 

in Newfoundland Harbors... 323 

Higher Education — Council of 153 
Hospitals, St. John's and 

Outports 24 

House of Assembly 18 

Imports — \'ahie of Newfound- 
land, 1909-10 to 1911-12 342 

Imiiorts of Newfoundland from 
each Country, 1906-1907 to 

191U-1911 334 

Imports — Principal Articles of, 

1909-10 to 1910-11 336 

Incor[iorated Bodies 301 

Inspector Gen. of Constabulary 186 

Inspec. of Pickled Fish & Oils 198 

Inspectors of School 152 

Inspectors of Weights & Mea- 
sures (and see appendix) 21 

Judges — Supreme Court 172 

District Courts 179 

Justices of the Peace (see app,) 180 

Keeiiers of Half-way Houses .. 248 
Keepers of Lighthovises in 

Newfoundland 206-247 

King's Counsel 172 

King's Printer 286 

Latitude and Longitude of va- 
rious Harbors of Nfld 332 

Law Society 172 

Legislation — Synopsis of 1912. 321 

Legislative Council (see app.) . 17 

Light Dues 202,204 

Lighthouses in Nfid. ; Cana- 
dian in Nfld. & St. Pierre 205-247 

Lloyd's Surveyor 198 

Loans, Nfld. Debenture & Pub- 
lic Debt, 1902-3 to 1911-12.. 342 
Lunatic Asylum 24 



INDEX. 



Ill 



PAGE 
Magistrates — Stipendiary 

(see ajipendix) 180 

Mails — Despatch and Receipt 

of, St: John's 79 

Mails— Information Relative 

to Route and Despatch of... 79-93 
Marine and Fisheries — Depart- 
ment of 197 

Mar. & Fisheries — Minister of 197 
Masters & Mates — Rules rela- 
tive to Examination & Fees 

for Certificate* for 203 

Masters, Supreme Court 172 

Mayor, St. John's 286 

Me-Ucal Board 25 

Medical Practitioners in NUd.. 25 

Mercantile Marine Ultice 198 

Meteorological Register, 1912. 4-15 
Minister of Agriculture and 

Mines 193 

Minister of Finance & Customs 190 

Minister of Justice 171 

Minister of Marine & Fisheries 197 

Minister, Prime 21 

Minister of Public Works 248 

Ministry- The Hritiih 16 

Money Order Oltices, NUd. ... 32 
Money Orders — Rules relative 

to and Commission on 32 

Money Orders, List of C'ntries 

to which they may be sent . 93 

Moon, Phases of— 1913 4-15 

Museum 194 

Municipal — Office and Officers, 

St. John's 286 

Muni' ipal Assess't, St. John's. 287 
Newspapers printed in the 

Colony 304 

Nomenclature Board, Mem- 
ber* of 285 

Notaries Public 185 

Observatory — Keeper of 22 

Officials, Government, viz.: 
Agriculture and Mines — De- 
partment of (see app.) 193 

Auditor-General — Depart, of 20 
Charities — Public, Sub-De- 
partment of (see app.) 23 

Colonial Secretary — Depart- 
ment of (see app.) 21 

Constabulary 186 

Customs — Department of ... 191 

Departmental 17 

Education— Sub-Depart, of , 152 



PAGE 

Finance — Department of ... 190 

Governm't Engineer's Office 21 

Government Hovise 17 

House of Assembly 20 

Justice—Department of 171 

Legislative Council 17 

Legislature 20 

Lighthouses 204-241 

Magistracy (see app.) 180 

Marine and Fisheries — De- 
partment of 197 

Penitentiary 190 

Police Courts 179 

Post Office — Dejiartment of. 26 

Postal Telegraphs 149 

Prime IMiaister 21 

Public Charities — Sub-De- 
partment of 23 

Public Works— Depart, of... 248 

Supreme Court 172 

Parcel Post and Rates 35-62 

Patents in force in Nfld 293 

Penitentiary 190 

Pickled Fish and Oils -Inspec- 
tors of .. 198 

Pillar Boxes in St. John's 27 

Pilots and Commis'rs of Pilots 199 

Pilotage— Rates of 200 

Police Force, St. John's and 

Outports 186-190 

Poor Asylum, St. John's 24 

Poiiulation of Chief Towns and 

Villages in Nfld. (Cens. 1911) 343 
Population of Nfid. according 

to Denominat'n (Cens. 1911) 344 
Population of Nfld., Male and 

F'emale (Census 1911) 343 

Population of St. John's (Cen- 
sus 1911) 17 

Population of St. John's, ac- 
cording to Denomination, 

(Census 1911) 344 

Port Charges, St. John's 202 

Postal Rates— Local, Inland 

and Foreign 29-31 

Postal Orders 34 

Postal Telegraphs 149 

Postmaster (General 26 

PostOffice— Department of the 26 

Post Office Directory 94-149 

Post Office General Directions 

to the Public 91 

Post Office Parcel Post and 
Rates 35-62 



IV 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Post Office Brancli, St. John's 27 
Post Office Pillar Boxes, St. 

John's 27 

Post Oilice Kwles and Kegula- 

tions, redelivery 27 

Post Offices ill Outports 63-78 

Preventive Ollicers 192 

Prime Minister and Office 21 

Proclamations I'roliibiting Sale 

of Intoxicating Li(juors ...308-312 
Proclamations under Sheep 

Protection Acts 313-320 

Public Charities, Sub-Dept. of 23 

Commissioner of 23 

Public Debt of Newfoundland, 

1902-3 to 1911-12 342 

Public Debt Offioe 191 

Public Works — Department of 248 

^linist er of 248 

Quarantine Officer 202 

Registrar General of Births, 

&c., and Office 21 

Registrar of Shipping 192 

Registrar Royal Naval Reserve 21 

Registrar of Deeds 172 

Relieving Officer* in Outports 

(see appendix) 23 

Revenue of Newfoundland, 

1902-3 to 1911-12 342 

Revenue of Nfid., Compara- 
tive Detailed Statement of 

1910-11, 1911-12 339 

Road Boards — Outport (see 

appendix) 253 

Road Inspector — Outport 248 

Road Inspectors — St. Johns... 248 

Royal Family 16 

Rulers of some of the Chief 

Countries of the World 3 

Salvation Army, Olticers of — 

iu Newfoundland 283 

Sanitary Departm't, St. John's 

Municipal Council 286 

Savings' Bank, Newfoundland 288 

Seal Fishery, 1911-12 338 

Seasons 3 

Sessions of Court 171 . 



PAGE 
Schools, viz: — 

Central Training I55 

Convents 160-162 

Holy Cross 160 

Mount Cashel (Industrial)... 279 

St. Patrick's 160 

St. Vincent's (St. John's) ... 279 

Schools, Return of Cxovemm't. 170 

Sheriff 172 

Sheriffs, Deputy— in Outports. 177 

Shipping Master and Office ... 198 

Shipping, Surveyors of 193 

Signals, Block House 201 

Solicitors of Supreme Court ... 173 

I Stamp Vendors, Licensed 28 

St. John's, Population of 17, 344 

Sub-Collectors of Customs 191 

Supreme Court : 171 

Surveyor, Govt and Lloyd's... 198 

Surveyors, Deputy Land 193 

; Surveyors of Shipi)ing 193 

Surveyors of Lumber (see aj^p.) 194 
Surveyors of Passenger Accom- 
modation 193 

Superintendents of Education. 152 

Synod, Diocesan — of Nild 278 

Tariff, Customs (Official) See end 

Telegraph Stations, Governm't 150 

Anglo-American 291 

Telegraph Operators, Govern't 149 
Telegraph Rates, Local and 

Foreign 151,292 

Time, Difference of — between 

St. John's and For'n Pla'es. 331 

Towage Rates 200 

Treasury Board 191 

Water Comiianies: — 

Harbor Grace 287 

Carboiiear 287 

Placentia 287 

Water Rates: — 

St. John's, Harbour Grace, 
Carbonear and Placentia... 287 
Water, Time of High and Low 333 
Weights and Measures, In- 
spectors of (and see app.) ... 21 
^Vreck Commissioners 199 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENT. 



I'AGE 

Aiij;lo-Americau Telegrapli Co. 

(see colored pa>;e) — opposite 296 
Ayre & Sous, Ltd., Gen. Im- 
porters (outside back cover.) 

Barr, (t. M 5 

Baird, Jas. J.td., General Im- 
porters and Merchants 23 

Bank of Montreal 10 

Bank of Nova Scotia 15 

Bishop, Sons & Co., Gen. Mer- 
chants (front cover.) 
Bowriug Brothers, Ltd., Sliip- 

owners (before title page.) 
Cash, .Jas. P., Wholesale and 

Retail Tobacconist 5 

Chaplin, King of Tailors 7 

Canadian Bank of Commerce.. 21 
Commercial L'niou Fire Insu- 
rance Company, Limited ... 8 
Confederation Life Associat'n. 9 
CoQQors, Frank J. Saddler, &c. 

(before title page.) 
Constabulary Fire Departm't. 4 
Cormack, John, t^ueen Fire In- 

.surance Company 7 

Courtenay H., \Vest End Phar- 
macy 22 

Crosbie Hotel 24 

Customs' Circular 14 

Donnelly, H. C, Gen. Agent.. 20 
Ellis, Wm. J., Contractor, &c. 22 

Fire Department 4 

Gaden's Aerated Waters 3 

Garland's Bookstores 19 

Gas Cookers (before title page.) 
Game Laws of Newfoundland. 6 
Godden & Co., Contractors, &c. 23 

Goodridge & Sons, Alan 15 

Gray&Goodland, Printers, &c. 

(before Index.) 
Harvey & Co., A., Manufac- 
turers of Hard Bread, &c. ... 24 

Harbor Regulations 17 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co.... 5 
Hearn & Co., Wlesale Dealers 2 



PAGE 

Horwood Lumber Company ... 11 
Job Bros. iV' Co., Exporters of 

Codlish, Pickled fish, &c. ... 12 
Marshall Bros, (see col. page) 

opposite 96 

Maunder, John, Tailor, &c. ... 20 
McMurdo & Co., Wholesale 

and Retail Druggists 9 

"Money in It" 13 

Moriue, A. B., Barrister, &c.. 24 

Murray, Andrew H 3 

Nfld. Postal Telegraphs (see 

colored page) opposite 4S 

Nomenclature — List of Places 

renamed 1 

Nuisances and Municipal Re- 
gulations 17 

Public Notice — Copper Smelt- 
ing Act 16 

Queen Fire Ingurance Comp'y. 

John Cormack Agent 7 

Railway Passenger Assurance 

Company 20 

Regulations under Merchants' 

Shipping Act 19 

Rennie Baking Co 13 

Royal Gazette Printing Office, 

(inside cover. ) 
Royal Insurance Co., Job Bros. 

and Co., Agents 12 

Ryan, J. D., SVholesale Grocer 3 

Some Leading Lines 19 

Stabb & Co., H. J., Estate 

Agents and Gen. Merchants 8 

Standard Life Insurance Co.... 8 

Standard Marble Works 7 

Stott, James, (4en. Importer... 13 

Standard ^lanufacturing Co. ... 11 

Sheep Preservation 18 

Slattery, W. A., Dry Goods ... 20 

v. S. Picture and Portrait Co. 22 

West End Pharmacy 22 

Virginia Cigarettes (see colored 

page) opposite 344 

Wood's Candy Stores 25 



Appendix. 



GOVERNOR. 

Walter Edward Pavidson, Esq., C.M.G. 

Private Secretary — Major W. H. Daren port. 

(Corrected to " Gazette,'' of Fcbruari/ 11th, 1013.) 

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-pago 17. 

Omit Sir E. D. Shea. Add Hons. A. F. Goodridge, James Kyan and 
Pliilip Templeman. 

DEPARTMENT OP COLONIAL SECRETARY.— page 21. 

Typewriter and Steiiographer — Miss E. Huasey. 
Assistant Typewriter and Stenographer — Omit Miss D. Jenkins ; 
jT.dd Miss G. Costello. 

INSPECTORS OF AVEIGHT8 AND MEASURES. -page 21. 

Little Bay (exc.J, to Little Bay Islands (inc.) — Omit Robt. Stone ; 

Add Frank Locke. 
Barrisway to Beckford — Omit \\ . Young. 
Fortune— Omit H. J. Haddon. 

RELIEVING OFFICKRS.-page 23. 

Add, Winterton and Turk's Cove — Kobt. Kindy. 
Add, Heart's Delight— Albert Caie. 
Add, Clarke's Beach — Aubrey Newell. 
St. Lawrence — Omit E. Pike. 

boards: of jeducation. 

Chupoh of England.— pages 155-159. 

Carhonear, No. IS — Add Jos. V . Colbourne ; Omit E. C.'hipman. 

Fogo, No. 21— Add Harold Earle ; Omit Wm. Earle. 

Foxtrap, No. 29— To he the Board: Rev. E. K. H. C'aldwell, James Kidout, 

James J. Dawe, Job Rideout, Wm. Butler. 
Herring Neck, No. 40 — .-trW Alfred Kearley, Stephen Miles, Robt. Butt, 

John Holwell, Geo. Mercer; Omit J. D. Lockyer, Benj. Torraville, 

Wm. Pittman. 
Kelligrews, No. 41 — To be the Board: Rev. E. K. H. Caldwell, Arch. 

Morgan, Jacob H. Lear, Geo. Kelly, Garland Andrewi, Isaac Le Drew, 

Reuben Butler, John Greely. 
Port Rexton, No. 5\)—Add^a,9. Evelly, P. Bannister; Omit R. Fowlow. 
Pouch Cove, No. 51 — Add Robt. Gillett ; Omit Wm. S. Moulton. 
Smith Sound, No. f>4—To be the Board: Rev. Hugh W. Facey, B.A., John 

Duii'e^tt, Wm. Frampton, Benj. Bugden, John Gardner, John Baker. 
Twillingate, No. 70— Add Arthur Colbourne ; Omit Leonard Earle. 

Methodist— p.p. 161-168. 
Lower Island Cove — For Herbert Lowes, read Herbert Louis. 
Bay Roberts — Otnit John Snow (of Wm.) ; Add John Snow (of Abner). 
Trinity— Omit Chas. Fleet, James Crocker; Add Francis Wiseman, 

Jesse Christian. 
Glovertown — Omit Thos, Sparkea; Add Fred. Harris, 



APPENDIX. 



Presbyteplan.— p. 1(59. 
Directors of Presbijterinn College — Add S . Clouston. 

STIPENDIARY MAGISTR ATES-page 180. 

Bonne Bay — Omit T. C. Duder. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.-pageK 180-185. 

Omit — M. Fortescue. Omit — John Tapii. 

Oniit — Sir E. 1). Sliea. Omit — Henry J. Haddou. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MINES-pago 10.3. 

Surveyor to Department — For Francis H. Ralfour, read Francis H. 
Balfour. 

Surveyors of Lumbei»— page 194. 
Crabbe's Station — John Hall. 

THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMiVIERCE. 

Paid up Capital $15,U00,000 

Rest 12,500,000 

St. John's Nfld. Branch, F. E. Dench, Manager. 

ROAD BOARDS.-^page 253. 
District of Twillingate- 

No. 2, Tilt Cove— To be the Board: G. C. Conway, A. G. Cullen, 
Thos. Vickers, Frederick Blackmore, Peter Winser. 

District of Trinity — 

(To precede No. 1), Lancaster — Absalom Ryder, sr., George Chard, 
Alfred Tremblet, Ernest Haley, John Fisher, of Josejih. 

No. 1. Spillar's C'owe— Thomas Fleming, of John, Robert Street, 
Thomas Fleming, sr., Alfred Street, William Fleming, of Maurice. 

No. 58. Winterton—Omit R. Hindy, sr.. Add John George. 

District St. John's East- 
No. 1. Bell Island-Omit Board as given ; Substitute Conaty Conn- 
cil— J. U. Bennett, J. B. Martin, Chas. F. Taylor, P. Quigley, William 
Rees, John C. Stewart, Andrew Murphy, John T. Lawton, Edward 
Bennett. 

Pr,ACENTIA AND St. MARY'S— 

No. 7. St. Mary's— Omit John Bowen, Add Peter Mahoaey. 
No. 66. Harbor Buffett—Omit Wilfred Tulk, Add W'alter McK. 
Chambers. 

Fortune Bay — 

No. 3. Grand John— Omit George Power, sr. ; Add John F. Parrot. 

No. 6. Little Bay East— To be the Board : Rev. J. A. H. Plowright, 
Frederick Scott, James Scott, James Greene, Samuel Scott, George T. 
Thornhill, John Clarke. 

No. 15. Lally Cove— Omit Samuel Miller ; Add George Mills. 

FOREIGN CONSULS— page 290. 
Spain— CoH.s«^ for Netvfoundland-J ames Morey. 



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194