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LSH-ZCj 
FOSTER'S 



Kingston Directory 

From July 1896 to July 1897 



EMBRACING A STREET DIRECTORY AND GUIDE, AN ALPHA- 
BETICAL LIST OF NAMES, A CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DI- 
RECTORY, A MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY AND 

SUBURBAN DIRECTORIES 0F( public 

BARRIFIELD, CATARAQUI GARDEN ISLAND, PORTSMOUTH: 
AND WOLFE ISLAND. 

VOLUME III. 



Price $2.50 

J. G. FOSTER & CO., PUBLISHERS 

TORONTO, ONTARIO. 

PUDLW 



INTRODUCTION 



We give below in tabular view the number of individual names in the 
alphabetical directory, showing a total of 6,635 01 an increase over last year 
of 152 names. 

It is usual for directory publishers to estimate the population by multi- 
plying the number of names in the directory by 3. This method of computa- 
tion gives for Kingston a population of 19,905. 

There are 827 individual names in the five suburban villages given in 
this book which by the same method gives a population of 2481 for suburbs, 
or for city and suburbs 22,386. 



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B 

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G 

II 

I 

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1894 


1895 


1896 




1894 


1895 


203 


227 


230 


M 


460 


484 


508 


.--2.-. 


549 


N 


138 


138 


500 


584 


(ill 


O 


145 


l.-)l 


389 


121 


121 


P 


255 


259 


92 


95 


KM) 


Q 


14 


16 


201 


208 


198 


R 


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352 


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529 


598 


120 


171 


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133 


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315 


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266 


278 


292 


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Z 


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506 
143 
153 

201 
16 
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586 
182 
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329 

26 

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Total 6,090 



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6,635 



We take this opportunity of thanking our patrons for their support and 
the citizens in general for their courtesy in giving information. 



J. G. FOSTER & CO. 






ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

:ASSUHANCb COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON 



A Substantial Canadian Old 
Line Company. Has the best 
inducements for intending in- 
surers of any co'y in Canada. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



II 



KINGSTON 



Street Directory. 

The occupation is given .in theStreet Directory only ai the place of busi- 
ness: This is done, 1st, to distinguish a residence from ;i place of business; 
and 2nd, because the occupation can be given much more fully in the alpha- 
betical than in the street Directory, the latter being merely a plan of the 
streets showing the relative position of the buildings. 

S. E. tor side entrance is used in the Street Directory to show that the 
building in question faces the cross street. 



Adelaide Street runs west from Division to Alfred, second north of Pine. 



NORTH SIDE 
House, s e 
Private grounds 



Private grounds 



SOUTH SIDE 
Stable 

Private grounds 
Lansdowne st intersects 

House, s e 
Cain Delbert 
Sammons Isaac 
Houston Mrs Martha 



Albert Street runs north from King to Fair grounds, fifth west of Barrie. 
EAST SIDE WEST SIDE 

Vacant lots Macgillivray John, Ph. D. 

Union st w intersects 



House, s e 
33 Bryan Mrs Christina 

Private grounds 
37 Grass Charles 
81 Wrenshall Charles E 

Private grounds 



101 Scanlon Mrs Mary 
115 Walsh Lawrence F 
117 Gillespie James 
117(a) Chapman Hardy E 
119 Rea William A 
121 Horning-. Mrs Sarah J 
125 Boyd Solomon 
House, s e 



House, s e 
Gaskin Thomas 

:"2 Vacant 

42 Campbell Frank M 

54 Craig Wm A 
Vacant house 
Dobbs John R C 



Earl st intersects 



94 Brookes T S, contractor 
<~mess A Stannard 
Wartman W J, contractor 
Shannon James P, grocer 
Arniel William J 
Reid Mrs Mary 
Vacant lots 



Johnston st intersects 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Agents for Knickerbocker 
Shoulder Braces. Sizes for 
men, women, boys and girls. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



ALBERT ST.— Continued. 

EAST SIDE 
House, s e 
Knapp Dixon S 



Victoria Park 



WEST SIDE 
Christmas William J 



Brock st intersects 



Hynds James 
Wartman Raymond 
Stevenson "VYm A 



Mack st intersects 



201 Marshall Mrs Eliza J 

205 Gates Abel 

J"7 Mulligan Wm 

209 Boyd James 

211 Alexander Robert 

213 Potter Capt Alexander 

215 Sherbino Robert W 

217 IMx James 



Private grounds 
Marshall James 
Cruse Wm H 
Grimason Thomas 
Vacant house 
Saunders John O 
Private grounds 
Gray D J, co:. tractor 



Princess st intersects 



Watts Wm H 
Campbell John 
Clark John W 
Trotter Mrs Bella 
Shibley Rev Samuel 
Veale Elijah Jr 
Moxley William 
< ; ni. i Henry 1 1 
Wilson James n 



Store, s e 



Private grounds 

Reeve Walter 
Robert 



A lane 



Alfred Street rune north from Alice bo Concession Road, flrsl wesl <>!' I'ni- 

versil \ A\ enue. 

E \st BIDE WEST SIDE 

mi William E 



i.iiill Richard 
Godman Daniel G. 
Blomeley Thon 
Brokenshlre Mi 

s e 



Vacant lots 



Union si w IntersectB 



House, s >• 
1 1 | McLeod N 11 
117 Hughson Mrs Ann 
obley William 
ilg Henry A 
i : . Hewton John, sr 

\ ■ I • ii i . Mi Mm 

James 

139 1 mli'v l'i i n 
i . : Va 

Miller Willi. mi ii 



Victoria School 



( 'i use Jamea > 1, i aretakar Col« 
Lte Institute 



Collegiate institute 



BJarl st Interi 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE insurance in force, $20,000,000 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. . ASSESTS, OVER 3,000,000 

S. R0UGHT0N, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. SURPLUS, 315,000 



KINGSTON STRKKT DIKKCTOKY 



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MAST SIDE 
163 Hawley T B, grocer 
L6S Wade FredericK J 

177 IHipuy Henry S 
179 Dickson Charles T 
183 Murphy John 
193 Small Mrs Philip H 
L95 Wells William J 
197 Filiate Charles J 
199 Snowden Wm, contractor 
205 \'air Robert 
209 Hawley Tillitson W 
Stacey Jojin, rear 



House, s e 



WEST SIDE 

House, s e 
172 Booth Capt Edward A 
176 Day Harrison H 
178 Ely Samuel 
200 Vacant 

202 Roadley Joseph, ca terer 
204 Darragh John A 
206 Hall David 
208 Peters Mrs Johanna 

Payne Ambrose G, rear 
210 MeCaig. Neil 
214 Hallett Charles A 
216 Wooton John J, carter 
218 Lawler James 
220 Asselstine William H 



Johnston st intersects 



229 Snodden Alexander 

Private grounds 
235 Cays Duncan A 
237 Wright Charles 
239 King Major Wm 
241 Martin Alfred R 
243 Booth Capt Edward A, jr 
245 Greaza Charles N 



House, s e 



House, s e 
234 Alderdice Mrs Susan, grocer 
236 Alderdice Joseph W 
240 Gordon Wm S 
242 Dyde Samuel S 
248 Pannell Wm S 
250 Martin Harry C 
252 Dick David J 
254 Asselstine John 
258 McEwen John 
260 Hutcheson James E 



Brock st intersects 



House, s e 
273 Howland Thomas, cab owner 
277 Wilson Richard J 
279 Robinson Christopher 
281 Mundell Wm 
285 Gallivan Mrs Anastasia 

Gallivan Miss M, dressmaker 
293 McLeod James 
295 Nicolle John 
301 Shaw David A 
303 Macdonald Mrs Hannah 
305 Com-oy Michael 
307 Macgillivray Rev Malcolm 
309 Ross Rev Donald 



Victoria Park 

Mack st commences 

House, s e 
322 Stone Charles W 
324 McNaughton Archibald 
326 Bowen Mrs Mary 
328 Dunlop Herbert A 

Private grounds 

Adams James 



Princess st intersects 



Private grounds 
347 Van Luvin Alvin 
349 Elliott Frank L 
351 Lawson Hugh 

Private grounds 
359 Harkes John 
361 Briggs Mrs Charlotte 

Private grounds 



364 Bartells Oscar V 

366 Kelly James 

368 Newlands, Alexander F 

370 De Carteret Clement 

372 Cotter Mrs Frances 

374 Ferris Jonathan P H 

376 Ferguson Wm B 

378 Cooke Rev Arthur W 

380 Kemp Mr? Mary J 

382 Robinson Wm J 



Our Stock is complete. 
Everything a Drug Store 
155 Princess Street. should have we keep. 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 



II 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



ALFRED ST.— Continued. 
EAST SIDE 
365 Caldback Mrs. Martha 
Private grounds 

369 Collacott John J 
Private grounds 
387 Pigion Richard, market garden 



House, s e 
4^7 H viand Samuel 
429 Callaghan Thomas V 
433 Turkington William J 

Sixth st ends 
Adslt George 
439 Dougherty Wm 
411 Culhane Patrick 



WEST SIDE 
384 Mlddleton Mrs Sophia 
386 Milne Alexander R 
388 Abrey James 
390 Franklin Charles D 
892 Spencer Rev Canon Albert 

Rayson Rev Robert W 
394 Vacant 
Elm st intersects 

428 Volume Mrs Ann 



Vacant lots 
Lee Wm J 
Vacant lots 



York st intersects, 
Pine st ends 
Prlvati grounds 

Stanley st ends Fair grounds 

I [ouse, s e 
4-^7 Vacant 

Adelaide st ends 
Private grounds 

Alice Street runswesl from University Avenue to Alberl Street, second 

North of King. 



NORTH SIDE 
Private grounds 

< ; iw in Pr r Wm L 

Alfred st commences 
Maxwell James 
Vacant lots 



Si >UTH SIDE 
Vacant school building 
Ireland Mrs Hli/.a 
l reland Francis C 
Knight Prof Archibald r 
white Fred 



Alma Street i nil- iu»it h from lunctior of ^"«'^k and Ordnance to Balaclava 

Street. 
EAST HDB WEST SIDE 

Store, s e 
i • Moon Robert T 
16 Mil !utcheon John 
is Purtell James .i 
20 Downes James 
Herod Alfred E 
irrissej John 
14 Panning Patrlcki carter 

Patrick si cornmen 

Alwingrton Avenue i I'm! -iih'mI In runs north froni King to Union, twelfth 
u < -t of I : irrie, Hrwl o v i\ of limits 



Frontenac Park 



BAST SIDE 

Private gi 

tuel J 

■ : i . 1 1 1 , ■ 1 1 1 1 T 



WEST SIDE 
Koen Michael 

Hur«1 William 

Vacant hi »us« 

R 

Sim. lima 

Baker John F 

Hughes William S 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY, 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON- 



HAS THE LARGEST GOVERNMENT DE- 
POSIT OF ANY COMPANY IN CANADA, 
$100,000, BESIDES OVER S3, 000, 000 OF RE- 
SERVE ASSETS FOR POLICYHOLDERS. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



15 



Ann Street runs from Main to Vine, second north of Colborne. 



( Xi »KTH SIDE 

House, s e 
7 Robinson Thomas 
Private grounds 



SOUTH SIDE 
8 Tarrant James A 
10 Vacant 
12 Seager Stephen 
n Vacant 



Arch Street runs North from Stuart to LTnion, first west of Barrie. 



EAST SIDE 
n Vacant 

21 Bristow T George 
23 Craig Miss Sarah 
25 Fadden William S 
27 Hyett Mrs Charlotte 
29 Galbraith Robert 

Deacon st ends 
43 Henderson Edward J 
4.". Hamilton Edward 
17 Vacant 

51 Currie Peter W 
53 Ada Capt William 
55 Smythe, Albert E 
57 Healey Thomas 
59 Mundell, Mrs Mary 
61 Robinson Mrs Mary 
65 Fitzgerald James 
69 Coffey Thomas 
77 Calvert Thomas 
79 Spriggs Miss Olive 



St. James' Church 



WEST SIDE 

Queen's College and University 

Queen's University, Medical Fac- 
ulty 

Kingston School of Mining and 
Agriculture 

Grant Very Rev George Monro 

Dyde Prof S Wallers 

W r atson Prof John 

Kingston Skating Rink 
60 Vacant 

62 Walker Mrs Jane 
64 O'Donnell Patrick 
6'! McGrath Mrs Annie 
68 Vacant 

72 Asselstine Charles A 
74 Kavanagh James 
76 Co mpton James 
80 Cooper John 
84 Angrove Henry, jr 
86 Warwick Mrs Caroline 

Vacant houses (3) 

House, s e 



Artillery Park, see Bagot Street, opposite Barrack. 

Bagot Street runs north from City Park to James, fourth west of the harbor. 



EAST SIDE 
House, s e 
107 Macnee, Walter H 
109 Kent Robert E 

Private grounds 

115 Shaw Felix 

117 Tandy Mrs Anna 

Gore st ends 
125 Smith Charles 
127 Lawson Mrs Francis 
129 Mason Henry 
133 Porter Charles 
137 Clayton Martin 

Private grounds 

House, s e 



WEST SIDE 
94 Shibley Mrs Mary 
98 Strachan Archibald 
100 Henderson Lawrence 
102 Petrie John D 
104 Spencer Levi B 
106 Hendry William D 
108 Hubbell Mrs Eliza J 
110 Chown Charles D 
124 Minnes James 
126 Allen William 
128 Shaw Robert 
130 Wilkinson Henry J 
134 McKelvey John 
136 Birch Samuel 
138 Mills Mrs Mary 
140 Maud Thomas 



Earl st intersects 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Patent and Proprietary 
Medicines. We keep you 
favorite remedies. 



16 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



BAGOT ST. 



-Continued. 
EAST SIDE 



Store, s e 
153 Tierney John 
155 Craig James 
L57 Bernier Alfred 

159 Goodearle. Capt John L 

161 Beatty Charles 

163 Nelson Miss Kathleen dressmkr 

165 Moore David .' 

167 Geddes James W 

169 Asselstine George W 



William st 



Store, s e 



St Vincent Academy 



Convent grounds 



Convent of the Congregation de 
Notre Dame 

Johnst 11 si 
211 Shore Rev Godfrey 
213 Orr John 
217 Phillips Frank R 
219 Kinnear Thomas .1 

teamlsh Rey < reorge R 
231 Harper Mrs Sarah E 

Clarence st ends 



WEST SIDE 
152 Glover Albert, grocer 
156 Whalen Mrs. Margaret 
158 Fahev Edward 
160-162 Clark C H. grocer 
164 Shanahan John 

Donoghue Michael, rear 
166 James Richard F 
168 Dunbar Henry 

White Mrs Eliza, rear 

Vacant house, rear 
170 Dunlop Frederick G 
172 Vacant 

174 Purcell Michael 
176 Hammond Edward 

175 Andersen Miss M A. dressmkr 
intersects 

180 Cunningham David 
182 Gascoigne David 
184 Downey Timothy, shoemaker 
1S6 Duff II Ramsay, physician 
192 Wilson Miss Mary J 
194 White Charles 
198 Bonter Mrs. Hannah A 
200 Kilcauley Patrick 
202 Shea Mrs Margaret 
Walker Herbert I, 
204 Linton Mrs Jessie A 
intersects 
206 Caulfleld Thomas, confections 
210 Clark C H. butcher 
212 Casey. Mtss B, confections 
21 t 1 leddes J W, upholsterer 

Stables 
230 Brouse .1 R, boarding 



Brock st intersects 



McMahon T A Co, wall paper 

233 Lose., tiiI. .• A E M. real estate 

1 itt., i • h. bookbinder 

. James, vel surgeon 
Vfuckli r W I >. plumber 
Bryson w J. tinsmith 
241 Bassam W E, caterer 
L't I Wilton Henry harnessmaker 
246 Ma. ne • a Minii.s, wholesale flrj 
goodi 



Stole, s e 



Mei 'amnion Bros, livery 
(0 Ronan Thos, undertaker 
246 Phelan Daniel, physician 

■ ChOWn Edwin & Son. stoves. 
252 Chown A A Co, hardv are 
254 white .1 T, Insurance 

White w .1 B, Insui 
266 Bay of Quinte A.uor Light Co 

Mitchell Isaac, Jewellery 

I >a\ is .lames T. .lentist 

1 >a\ is John J, physician 

Stoie, s e 



Princess st intersects 



Store, s e 

Bi itish siii Hotel, lample rooms 
Btorehou 
PI 1 Robinson w J, Clert of the 1st 
Ion • loui 1 
I Robinson Bi 
270 Eld 

• 11 Uex inder W 



n st Intersect* 



Store, s e 

\\ ki..\ .IS \. .lentist 

ilslor Life [nsurani 

Btables 
180 Dins Filbert. 

184 U ood William 

House, 1 e 



See the popular 20-year survivorship 
distribution plan of the Ontario Mutual 
Life. The finest plan of insurance ex- 
tant. The company wrote up nearly 
three million on it last year. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON STKKKT IHKKCTOKY. 



17 



EAST SIDE 

Salvation Army Barracks 

Provincial Secretary's Office 
305 Wright Robert J 
307 Aylesworth George A 

Barrack st ends 

House s e 

Cavalry Stables 

Haaz A & Co, vinegar mfgrs 

House, s e 

Ordnance 

House s e 
357 Anis Asil H 
259 Vacant 
361 Wilton Henry 
363 Shales Robert J 
365 Graham Mrs Annie A 
367 O'Neil Mrs Annie 

Coleman Robert J 
375 Milln Mrs Sarah A 
377 Gallivan J P, grocer 



WEST SIDE 
McGuire P H, marble works 
Wallace Robert, stone dealer 
Artillery Park 
Deputy Adjutant-General's Office, 

Lieut. -Col W H Cotton, Dep. 

Adjt.-Gen 
Coughlan Patrick 

Private grounds 
st intersects 



360 Hatch Charles H 
366 Blakley Travers, carter 
Fannon Mrs Elizabeth 
368 Burnette M S, silverware 
370 Harris Hebron 

378 Eves James, cab owner 



Bay st intersects 



House, s e 
43 Madigan Michael 
45 Laugheran James 
47 MeLeod Mrs Ann 

Connolly Mrs Elizabeth 
49 Lemmon Mrs Mary 
51 Newell Lewis 
53 Loke Mrs Mary 
55 Smith Thomas J 
65 McCue, Miss Ellen 



67 Moore Daniel 
69 Downie David 

Private grounds 
79 Meagher Martin 
81 McSorley Daniel 



Private grounds 
91 Reid John M 
93 Ayers Francis 
95 Goodman Michael, carter 
97 Donovan Cornelius 
99 Brady John 



Store, s e 
42 Anderson Joseph D 
46 Sullivan Jeremiah 
48 Barigan Jacob 

Green Mrs. Mary A 
50 Lanham Mrs Honora 
52 McCormack Henry 
54 Norris Mrs Jane 
58 Corrigan Daniel 
60 Corrigan Daniel, grocer 
North st intersects 

66 Bunt Richard 
70 Henderson George 
72 Sleeth Samuel 
74 Belanger Helaire 
76 Gates James 

Miller's lane commences 
82 Seale John 
86 Byrne Mrs Ann 
88 Lemmon John 
90 Simmons William G 
94 Oliver Isaac 
96 Funnell David J 



Raglan road intersects 



101 Reid James, grocer 

Waters J M. baker 
103 Kinch John 
105 Mitchell, Alexander 
107 Healey Thomas H 

Private grounds 
115 Davy Robert A 
117 Brownlie Archibald 
119 Neil Mrs Mary 

Corrigan st ends 



98 Vacant 

100 Cannem Walter 
102 Lees Adam 
104 Scanlan Mrs Ellen 
106 Belanger James 
108 Hepburn Robert W 
110 Murphy Thomas J 
112 Tetro Michael D 
114 Crosby Mrs Susan 
116 Caswell vvmiam R 



PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND FAMILY 
RECIPES ACCURATELY AND PROMPTLY DIS- 
I 55 PRINCESS STREET. PENSED. 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 



IS 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



BAGOT ST.— Continued. 
EAST SIDE 
l.'l Wilson Henry 
123 Peters Mrs Leonora 
125 McKenna .Miss Helen 
129 Sexsmith Robert 
Handley William 
139 Spencer S Lewis 



Private grounds 



House, s e 



Dufferin st ends 



Private grounds 



WEST SIDE 
116(a) Toland Mrs Jane 
lis Brown James H 
120 Wemp John 
122 Vacant 
124 Vacant 
126 McKee John 
128 Bearance Mrs Janet 
130 Bennett Mrs. Elizabeth 
132 Vacant 

John st commences 
134 Doolan John 
138 lOuard Charles 
140 Vacant 
1 12 I lushion Thomas 
1 16 Bacon Henry C 
148 Duffey John 
150 Kelliher Mrs Winnifred 
152 Villard Ernest 
154 Redmond Mogue 
156 Travis Joseph 
158 Wagner Leon 
160 Strong Anthony 
Charles st intersects 



Charles Street 
< 'liurch 



Congregational 



166 Bennett Edward 
168 Murphy Mrs. Annie 
170 Met Musk. y Mrs Unity 
174 Whitebread John 
L76 McLean Stafford W 
178 Donaldson James A 
Balaclava Street runs from the junction of Sydenham and Ray i » the 
junction of Patrick and Ahna. 



Vacant lots 



X' IRTH BIDE 

House, s e 
L3 Martin < 'apt < 'lias J 

it Robb David .i 

19 < Joyle .John, cabowner 

21 I larry James 

Mrs Rose 

lodan st commences 
27 Spencer Robert 
ti ah. ii Miss Bridget 
.i i •..in ii.- John « '. coal oil 

i lourne W J< nnie, dressmkr 
Patrick st commences 
Barrack Street runs w est from t Ih 
\< h;tii BIDE 
Tete 'in I'out Bai i 



SOUTH SIDE 



i ill! J lio st 



8 Bnldet Marshal] P 

tig John 
; Hopplns \ i . i i 1 1 1 1 

'i \ u 

i mi hou • 
i lochra ne \ii Mat 



House, s e 



Frontenac Park 



Alma st .mis 

I ail ortoBagot, 2ml i orl i of Princess. 

BOUTH BIDS 
Cowman's DOEl li\ .i y 

-■els 

Dominion House 

\ 'a. a n I I' 

M.i !orkell Amliew 

i ' " ii sheds 



a lane 



i [ouse, 
King ects 



S. ROUGHTON, 

VACANCIES FOR GOOD MEN. 



District Representative of the 
Ontario Mutual Life Assurance 
Company. Office 1 51 Welling- 
ton street, Kingston. 



KINGSTON STREET DIKKCTOKY. 



I'.i 



NORTH SIDE 
v.i Fen-wick T M. physician 

51 i tooper William C 
53 Martin Sydney 

56-57 Walsh Patrick, coal and wood 
Riding School 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 

"Vacant houses (3) 

Lennox House 



Wellington st intersects 



v~' Anglin Samuel 

vT Gallagher -Mrs Mary J 

89 Donaldson Joseph 

Rideau st commences 
Store, s e 



carter, rear 



Campbell's wood yard 
92 Thurston Henry 
9G Vacant 
98 Walsh Thomas 
102 Boucher John W 
Kennedy Timothy, 
Campbell Peter, rear 
104 Glover Frank M 
106 Davis John 
110 Wright Mrs Margaret 

Crawford Wm 
112 Laturney George, carter 
116 Snider Mrs Jane 
Smith Mrs Jane 
Marsh Mrs Mary 
Wagner Joseph, rear 
Barrie Street runs north from the junction of King east and Kino- west to 

north of Raglan road 
EAST SIDE 



111 Killeen Thomas P 
115 Twiss Francis, carter 
117 Edgar William T 
119 Aiken Robert E 



King st e commences 



City Park 



Park ave commences 



Cricket Grounds 



WEST SIDE 

King st w commences 
House, s e 
20 Carter Roderick C 
22 Chadwick Allan 
24 Crawford Robert 

O'Kill st commences 
26 Hanley John, cab owner 
28 Mitchell Mrs Frances V 
34 Strange John 
36 Robertson D Stewart 
64 Doran Miss Bridget 
66 Harty Mrs Ellen 
72 Walkem Richard T, Q.C. 
78 Vacant 

Stuart st commences 
80 Waldron Richard 
82 Flanagan Michael 

Flanagan M E, florist 
84 Lewis Mrs Helen 
86 Bower John 
88 Bailie Wm 
90 Mooers Henry 
94 Johnston Albert C 
96 Kirkpatrick Mrs Harriet B 

Deacon st commences 
98 O'Brien Mrs Annie E 
100 Vacant 
102 Coulson James S 
104 Hiscock Edgar C 
106 McFaul Robert 
110 Howarth Charles, shoemkr 



HOBART'5 MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Perfumes, Tooth Brushes. 
Toilet Preparations of all 
kinds, Sponges, Chamois, etc 



20 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



BARRIE ST.— Continued. 
EAST SIDE 



Court House 



Kingston Dairy School 



Kingston Veterinary College 
Stigney Thomas, caretaker 



Clergy st commences 



Chalmer's Church 



House, s e 



231 M. i kins Win 



•'. s e 






I 



tunda 



WEST SIDE 
112 Pappa William J 
114 Merrick Henry 
116 Fenwick George S 
120 Fair Wm J 
1_4 MeRae Wm D 
128 Cottle Mrs Letitia P 
140 Roche Herrick H 
' i Shaw Mrs Agnes 
146 Kidd Wm G 
148 Rogers R Vashon. Q C 
L52 MacMorine Rev John K 

Union st w commences 
162 Mclver J"hn B 
164 Cliff George 
170 Ellis Wm S 
172 Reed Wm H 
174 Vacant 

180 Hattan Archibald 
182 Loynes Shore 
184 McAllister Mrs Mary A 
186 O'Driscoll Jeremiah 
188 Mulholland James T 
190 Brooks Miss Mary A 
192 Hastings Mrs Louisa 
194 Gilbert John, grocer 
198 Veale John, baker 

Clergy st w commences 
204 I'.lakey James, butcher 
206 Bal>eo,»k William N 
l'I2 McGowan George A 
218 Weir .lames C 
220 Raynerd Mrs Kllen 
222 Martin Mi^s Mary 
224 McConville T & Son, butcher* 

Earl st Intersects 

■::u Packer Alfred, grocer 
ane 228 Kavanagfc Mrs Mary 
230 McMahon Andrew C 
tockln Miss Bessie 

. 18 V i. -ant 
H ant 
142 1 [Oekin Mrs Clara 

244 ib nderson James, shoemkr 
146 Wilkinson Oeorgfl 
Willi mi st intersects 

\. si.it Mrs s. grocer 

i i mis W 
\ 1 ,,,,. 260 Sexton James L 
262 Thomas Samuel K 
I McFaul Michael 
i [ohm, 

Johnston ■! Intersects 

Private grounds 

I Ml J Win II 

• Munro Mrs Margarel 
■ ■ » i i k>j le Hugh, coal oil 
k st Intersects 



IF YOU OR YOUR FRIENDS THINK OF TAKING 
OUT LIFE INSURANCE CALL OR REFER THEIYl TO 
THE UNDERSIGNED AND HE WILL CHEERFULLY 
SUPPLY ALL INFORMATION ABOUT HIS COMPANY. 



S. ROUGHTON, 



DISTRICT 
AGENT 

ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



KINGSTON STHEKT DIKKCTOKY. 



21 



EAST SIDE 
895 Sutherland John 
297 Armstrong Mrs Isabella 

301-309 Maple Row 
301 Cardwell Miss Eliza 
303 Spence David M 
305 Martin Henry 
307 Staley Capt Charles 
309 Spotswood George A 



Store, s e 



Store, s e 
325 Campion Richard 
327 Donoghue Mrs Catherine 
3 9 McBride James S 
331 O'Donnell John 
333 Newlands Wm, contractor 

House, s e 



WEST SIDE 
296 Lalonde Mrs E, grocer 
! 298 Vacant 
A lane 300 Vacant 

302 Ryan Mrs Clara, dressmkr 
304 Kelso Mrs Isabella 
308-310 Bryant J A, painter 
312 Welbanks W McK, blacksmith 
314 Palmer James E 
316 Fraser William 
A lane | 318 Lyons Bros, dyers and tailors 
: 320 Herod A E, shoemkr 
Store, s e 
Princess st intersects 

Young Men's Christian Assn 



332 Lowe Samuel 



House, s e 

Private grounds 
Store, s e 

House, s e 
383 Driver John 
385 Massie "Wm, contractor 
387 Lewis Joseph 



389 Burns Mrs Mary 

391 Sharman Mrs Isabella 

407 Sullivan John 

411 Vacant 

429 Forbes William 

435 O'Neill John 

437 Moles Richard 

439 Ryan Mrs Margaret 

441 Stansbury John 

447 Hayward Edward H 
449 Gilmour Robert 
451 Scott John 
453 Thompson Peter M 
455 Rollinson Walter W 
457 Smith Walter 
459 Dutton Samuel 
461 Jones John 



House, s e 
Queen st intersects 

358 Fowler William 
362 Brown James 
364 McMahon Andrew W 
366 Martin Charles A 
368 Knight Robert 
370 Briden G S, grocer 
Colborne st intersects 

Store, s e 
374 Landeryou Joseph T A 
376 Winter William J 
378 Baker William J 
I 380 Patenaude Oliver 
Ordnance st intersects 

House, s e 
396 Willey Jabes W 
398 Mills Andrew 
400 Lake Richard H 

De Root Alfred, grocer 
York st intersects 

402 Walsh Patrick, grocer 
406 Lemmon John 
408 Gimblett Wm H 
410 Stratford Henry 
428 Pigion Mrs Jane 
43^ Kennedy William 
432 Booth John 
Raglan road intersects 



Private grounds 



King Mrs Mary 



HOBART S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Lamps of all kinds, Burners, 
Chimneys, Globes and Shades 
of every description. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



Barlett Street see south Barlett Street. 
Bath Road. 

EAST SIDE I 

Wright Wm 
Vacant house 

Friendship C C, market garden 
Waddlngton Wm 

11 R .1, market garden 

Prison road ends 



WEST SIDE 
n Samuel 
McFedridge Wm 
Gould Charles S 



Bay Street runs west from the river to Frontenac Park, fourth north of 

Princess. 



X' >UTH SIDE 
Davis R & Son. dry dock 
Bryant, Carnegie & Lynn, foundrs 
Anglin S & Cm, ccal and lumber 
Vacant house , 

Higginbotham James, rear 
House, s e 



SOUTH SIDE 

Wellington st ends 



Bajus' Brewery 



Rideau st intersects 



Store, s e 
c> Smith Samui l 
17 Maxam W' George 
(9 Knapp George W 
"l Nicholson An 
55 i >'.wiii Charles J 
".7 Prlmo John 
59 Rlelly Arthur 
»;i Murphy .Mis Hannah 
63 Vacanl 
5i Vacanl 
87 Vacanl 
>■■< Vacant 



50 Sullivan Dennis 

52 Livingston Wellington L 

54 Marsan Louis 

56 Gallagher Win S. cat) 

.",s Donovan Daniel 

61 Vacant 

62 Lefave Da\ i.i 

64 l.aw rence frank 
66 Can- Alexander 

Store, s e 



Bagot st Intersects 

hllld John, grocer 
01 Nlcoll John 

93 ii.ii tn.-tt .Miss E, 'lf'ssmaker 

■ 1 1 1 • > .Jan 
Store, s e 



1 I use. s e 
'.in Simmons Wm 

92 Peters Mis Margaret 
:'i Brick Mrs Margaret 

Store, s e 



Mont real st Intersects 



Btore, s e 
in Mi i 'nil., James 
113 Mel Roberl 

ir. Kelley Wm A 

House, s e 



House of Provldenoe 



Sydenham st intersects 



i :.i i omemnees 

187 McBratney Hugh 



House, s e 
icant 
i in k Impson Joseph 
144 Wright Oeoi \ 
1 16 Bearance I teorge 

1 IS Jacobs Willi on .1 



YOU ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO EXAMINE THE 
ACTUAL RESULTS OF INVESTMENT POLICIES IN THE 
ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE. NO OTHER COMPANY'S RESULTS 
IN CANADA EQUAL THEM. "ASK FOR SOME." 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



■1?, 



Beverly Street inns north from King \v. to Union, seventh west of Barrie 



EAST SIDE 
House, s e 
Campbell James 
McMahon Mrs Ann 
Vacant houses (3) 
Richards i [oward 
Givens Charles 
Mc< rranaghan Robert 
Ragan Mrs Mary, grocer 
Vacant housi 
Vacant house 
Stone quarry 
Rutherford James A 
LaRush Richard J 
Rea Mrs Rebecca 
Jamieson David 
Mat thews Wm H 



WEST SIDE 
Irwin Robert, grocer 

Hunter John 
Vacant lots 
Storms Abram 



Private grounds 



Brewery Lane inns west from 308 Wellington Street. 



NORTH SIDE 
Bajus' Brewery 



SOUTH SIDE 
2 Vacant 

4 Smith William K 

6 Hughes Mrs Margaret 

5 Vacant 



Brock Street runs west from the harbor to Nelson, first south of Princess 



NORTH SIDE 
Folger's dock 

Fnlger's General Ticket Agency 
Thousand Island House 

Ontario st intersects 



SOUTH SIDE 
K & P Ry grounds 



Kennedy House 
21 Exchange Hotel 
25 Abramson & Bro, clothing 
27 Clow Lewis, flour and feed 
29 American Hotel 
21 Benn Ernest, barber 
33 Clarendon House 
35 Provincial Hotel 
37 Oldfin J W. plumber 
39 Smith Mrs H S, bookbinder 

Bell W P & Son, photos 
41 Ward John, grocer 

Canadian Express Co 

American Express Co 



City buildings 



Market 



King st e intersect 



Wade Henry druggist 
51 Lee Albert J, barber 
53 Halligan John & Co. grocers 
55 Prevost Z. merchant tailor 
57 Johnson O G, florist 
59-61 Henderson J S. grocer 
65 McNeill W J, flour and feed 



Store s e 
56 Martin E R. auctioneer 
58 Saulter Joseph, auctioneer 
60 Lake Ontario Fish Co 
62 Metcalfe J C, butcher 
64 Vacant 
66 McNeil Neil, plumber 



HflRARTS MFniPAl HAIL A * A A greatest pain killer 

HUDAHIO mLUILAL flALL, known. Hobart's sweet flavor- 

155 Princess street. ed castor Oil. Children like it. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



BROCK ST.— Continued. 

NORTH SIDE 
67 Adams Wm, shoemKr 
69-71 McKelvey & Birch, plumbers 
73 Hemsley Mrs M E. dressmaker 
75-77 Livingston C & Bro, tailors 
7'.' Vacant 
81 Power & Son, architects 

Klrkpatrick F G, barrister 
83-85 Merchants' Bank 



SOUTH SIDE 
68 Burns Mrs Rachel, vegetables 
70 Johnson H S. barber 
72 Johnston John E 
74 Green Samuel, butcher 
76 Kelly P J, harnessmaker 
78-80 Schroder John, provisions 
82 Allen W & Son, boots and shoes 
84 Medley Miss C, dressmaker 
86 Walsh Michael, butcher 
90-92 Mills J H, auctioneer 
94 Carnovsky W H, fruits 



Wellington st intersects 



Store, s e 
103 Keeley W J, mfg jeweller 
105 Keyes, Miss Alice, dressmaker 

Keyes Mrs Ann 
109 Ohik" Mrs Maria, pictures 
111 Alexander Philip, provisions 
113 Jackson Misses M & E, drssmkrs 
115 < >fford Geo sr. shoes 

Hutchison I) A, tlnur and feed 
117 Fraklln JOS, flour and grain 
1 19 R« ee Bros, confectionery 
121-127 Queen's Hotel 
129 Blbby F A. livery 

Bell c W, \ eterlnary f irgeon 
l::i Irwin Theodore, tailor 
133 McMahon T & Co, painters 

I'.a^ot st 

McCammon Bros, livery 
117 Deeks W A A Son, blacksmiths 
1 19 Blake Henry 
151 McKay John, leather and hides 

Vacant 

McLaughlin John 

.- .Hit 

L67 Vacanl 

181 Newman Wm, contractor 
163 Ryan Edward, physician 
Montreal si commi 

Third Methodist Churcb 

Ruttan Henrj M 
187 < Shown Edwin 

iVhltecombi Mi 
[91 1 1 i in \i ■ 

nvln William 

( !ook( '< < Jhurch 
199 Ferguson 1 r. \ 

I ti n 
I ,\i.'( ;..u an G mfgr 

■ ii Monci lefl & < Jo, painters 

■ tory 
C M B \ lod 

• Bl ll n \h \in.h r 



McRae Bros, grocers 



McRae's warehouse 



Clarence st ends 



Inters* 

House, s e 

Johnson a J, carpenter 



Private grounds 



II itel l'iell 

S\ denham st ends 
Uex, dentist 

\ acanl lots 

284 Elliott William G 

136 Ms ■ Willi. 'Id 

•\ ide Henry 



THE ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COM- 
PANY WILL ACCEPT FEMALE RISKS--FIRST-CLASS-- 
THE SAME RATES AS MEN, WITHOUT EXTRA. BOYS 
OVER 14 YEARS OF AGE INSURABLE ON ANY PLAN.: 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON STREET 1)1 RECTOR V. 



239 
241 
243 

245 
247 
249 
265 

257 



NORTH SIDE 
Loscombe Albert E M 
Henderson James R 
.Mitchell Isaac 
Halligan John 
Hawley John A 
Fowler Fife, physician 
Chown Albert P, physician 
Chown George Y 



SOUTH SIDE 
240 Cunningham Thomas 
242 Vacant 
244 Vacant 

Vacant lots 



St. Mary's School 



Clergy st intersects 



House, s e 
267 Vacant 

269 Hersey Mrs M L. dressmaker 
271 MoGrath Mrs Sophia, dressmkr 
275 Carson Robert J 

Fire Station No 2 
291 Vacant 

House, s e 



St. Mary's Cathedral 



Palace grounds 



Barrie st intersects 



306 

307 
309 
311 
313 
315 
317 
319 
321 
323 
325 
329 
331 



" 



347 
349 
353 

357 
359 
361 
363 

367 
369 
371 
373 
377 
381 



Store, s e 

Wartman Mrs Sobrina 

Vanasky Mrs Ellen 

Hales Mrs Mary, boarding 

Going Shirley 

Baxter Mrs Kate 

Granger Edgerton 

Carroll Miss Ellen 

Armstrong William J 

McMahon Thomas 

Coward Mark W 

('"ward George B 

Nolan James 

Flood Michael 

Carroll Mrs Ellen ,rear 

Collins Miss Kate, rear 

MoConville Miss Kate, rear 

Hall William 



Store, s e 
304 Vacant 

306 Alexander Mrs Jane 
310 Hilton Thomas, harnessmaker 
312 Campion Wm 

314 Boyce Richard J 
316 Kilpatrick John H 
318 Vacant 

322 Casey Hiram W 
324 Toohey Mrs Ann 



330 Johnston John 
332 McCay E Murney 
334 Johnston Edward W 
336 Diack Robert A J 
338 Pelletier J J Cyrille 
340 Hughes John M 
Division st intersects 



House, s e 
Vacant 

Martin John W 
Booth George 
Dick Wm R 
Boyd Capt John 
Thompson George 
Livingstone Mrs Selina 
Cumming Mrs Caroline 
Sinclair David A 
Dennison Miss Florence 
Cockade William G 
Marshall Samuel 
Fralick Charles E 
Chapman S W, contractor 
Rotherford Charles 



Store, s e 
346 McCallum Hugh, butcher 
348 Nolan Michael 
350 Nolan Michael, jun 
354 Connor Mrs Matilda 
356 Ford Mrs Anna M 
358 De Roche Mrs Mary 
360 Drummond Mrs Jane B 
362 VanLuven Robert M 
364 Clugston Thomas A 
370 Robinson Alexander 
372 Parker George 
374 Gilbert Richard 

Cummins Michael, rear 
378 Mills Thomas H 
380 Vacant 



HOBART S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



26 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



BROCK ST.— Continued. 
NORTH SIDE 



391 Wilmot Henry F 
MM Graham Edward 
:.95 Laidlaw David G 
397 Johnston James S 
399 Mann William 
House, s e 

University e 
House, s e 
421 Phillips Mrs 
425 Nicholson Mrs Mary 
429 Ettinger John G 
431 Scott Capt John H 
433 Crawford John J 
439 Walnwrlght Arthur H 

Alfred st 



SOUTH SIDE 
Unfinished building 

3&i Sawyer Mrs Eliza J 

384 Corrigan Michael 

394 Donovan Miss Edna 

396 Clugston Robert, contractor 

398 Boyd Isaac 

400 Vacant 

404 McCutcheon Alexander 

406 Metcalfe John C 
ve Intersects 

House, s e 

428 Henzy Henry 

430 Vacant 

432 Geale John 

434 Abernethy "Wm. contractor 

438 Metcalfe John C 

440 Cill Wm 

142 Murray Mrs Frances 
intersects 



House, s e 
460 D"llar Wm X 
462 Richardson Wm L 
164 Sharpe Joseph 
Victoria Park 466 Kirk pa trick George H 

Clark James W 

170 Turner George W 
172 BLanchard Alexander 

171 McCormick Charles 
176 Stover Philip H 

Frontenac st Intersects 
Victoria Park 180 Mai. mo Capl Abraham 

Albert st Intersects 
Vacant lots 520 Culpack Mrs Barb 

622 Scrlven John A 

Carlisle Street runs north From York bo Chestnut, second west of Barrie 

Not built on. 

Cataraqui Street runs weal from the river to w •-,( of Rideau. 



N( >i:th BIDE 
ESdga r Da 
Mo i,.-,,.! John, tanner 

i ii oil 1 1 ,i si comm 
Odette Join 
Ubert J 

I I o. I • . 

Rallwaj crossing 
[mpei la] ( HI Co 

Rideau c ts 

87 Hughes Willi., o House, 

w iitei 
91 \'\ ens Willis no \ scant lots 



BOUTH BIDE 
Dominion Cotton Mills Co'y 
i k Ingston branch) 

Mallen James, coal and wood 

Duponl A Wilson, oil, loth manu- 
urers 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSUKANCt COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON 



A Substantial Canadian Old 
Line Company. Has the best 
inducements for intending in- 
surers of any co'y in Canada. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



27 



Centre Street runs north from King w. 

EAST SIDE 
House, s e 

"Bellevue" 
Wilson James 
Birkett John H 

Private grounds 



to Union, eighth wesi of Barrie. 

WEST SIDE 

.Marshall Prof David H 
McCormack Thomas N 
Vacant houses (3) 
Vacant house 
Givens John 
Deacon John T 
Eves John 

McCormick Armstrong 
Yates Mrs Jane 



Chapman Street runs north from Queen to Colhorne, first east of Division 



EAST SIDE 



WEST SIDE 
Queen Street School 

Charles Street runs west from Rideau to Patrick, fifth north of Bay 



House, s e 
Bennett Alexander 
Chapman W J, contractor 



NORTH SIDE 

Vacant lots 

Randall James 
11 Coggan J Alfred 
13 Soles Wesley D 
15 Voung Stephen R 
17 Jackson Thomas 
19 Green Mrs Maria 
21 McManus John 
27 Wright Thomas A 
29 Bickley John J 
35 Cooper James E 
37 Grahen Thomas 
39 Vacant 
41 Mcllroy Robert 

Congregational Church 



SOUTH SIDE 

Vacant lots 
12 Driscoll Patrick 

Private grounds 



Bagot st intersects 



House, s e 
Goodell Chancey 
Vacant house 
House, s e 



carter 



House, s e 



A lane 



Scrutton James, butcher 
Cooke Charles 
Store, s e 
Montreal st intersects 
(This street is known as Upper Charles from here to Patrick.) 



Store, s e 
13 McKim John 
15 Spooner Charles N 
17 Gunn John B 

21 Dalzell James 
25 Purtell Wjlliam 



Store, s e 

66 Vacant 

68 Whinton John M 
70 Connor John W 
24 Dickson James 
26 Walsh Edwin 
28 Robinson Webb 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, s *»•;;* 

155 Princess Street. 



for Knickerbocker 
Braces. Sizes for 
men, women, boys and girls. 



28 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



CHARLES ST— Continued 
NORTH SIDE 

31 Quigley James 

33 Joyce Lawrence 

37 Tait Joseph 

39 Newell Napoleon 

49 Gallivan John 

53 .Martin Mrs Catherine 

59 Burtch Albert \\ , 

61 Jarrell Henry 

63 Farrell Charles 

65 Doherty Mrs Agnes 

67 Jarrell Isaac 



SOUTH SIDE 

34 Vacant 
38 Wilson Richard 
4i- Randall Wm M 
4>; Vacant 
48 Lawior John R 
52 Lawler J Herbert 
". '< 1 Jutland James 
58 Purtell James, carter 
62 McDonald Martin 
64 Clancey Thomas 
House, s e 



Chatham Street runs aorta from Princess to I'm.-, firsl wesl of Division. 



EAST SIDE 

House, s e 
23 Ferguson Alexander 
25 Woods David J 



WEST SIDE 

22 Laces Louis 

24 Spooner Edward 

26 Hartrlck Mrs Martha 

28 Orser Isaac 

•".II Manson John 



First st intersects 



Private grounds 
45 Burnett H W, grocer 



Private grounds 



Colborne st intersects 



I louse, s e 
r,i MoEwen William 
."■< Graves Mrs charlotte 
67 Crothers Mrs Mary 
69 Chalkley Mrs Emma 



House, s e 



ite ground -■■ 



Private grounds 

60 Caldhack John H 

Vacant lota 
Elm st Intersects 



Gallinger Terrace 
i Friendship John 

! n . ii. is William 11 
■ i [ume John 8 

impbell Hugh 
:. Auii Mrs Franklin 
8 Collins Win J 

7 \ a, ant 

s '.Mint John 

:• I >a\ ej « leorge 



Fifth st Intersects 



ml M 

KM Baunders Wm 



■-. s e 
t loll 



ii"' B "M . i. .in i 

Private gi ounds 



: ,tli Bl 1nt. i 



Porter John >'■ 

w I Mi Marj 

I38 Buck George M 



York st Intel 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE insurances force, $20,000000 

assurance company. ASSESTS, OVER 3,000,000 

S. R0UGHT0N, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. SURPLUS, 315,000 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTOEY. 



29 



Cherry Street runs north from York to north of Pine, first east of Division. 



EAST SIDE 

Store, s e 
3 Rees Herbert H L. 
T> Milne Robert 
. 1.' < man James N 



O'Brien's quarry 



25 Cannem Samuel 
Private grounds 
House, s e 



House, s e 
61 Simpson Charles 
63 Loney Albert 
65 Norris Mrs Jane 
71 Snider Damon, dairy 



WEST SIDE 
House, s e 
Vacant lots 
14 Moore David J 

Chestnut st intersects 

Private grounds 
I House, s e 

Quebec st intersects 



24 Hurst Mrs Isabella 
34 O'Brien Thomas 
House, s e 



Pine st intersects 



House, s e 
60 Holland Wm 

6S Vacant 

70 Peters Joseph, blacksmith 



Chestnut Street runs from Carlisle to Quebec, first north of York. 

SOUTH SIDE 



NORTH SIDE 
Anderson John 
Private grounds 

Plum st ends 



Private grounds 



Cherry st intersects 



Ward William 
Vacant lots 



House, s e 
Spence John 
Truesdell David W 

Prime st ends 



Clarence Street runs west from the harbor to junction of Bagot, ard 
Brock Streets, first west of Market Square. 



NORTH SIDE 
K & P Ry freight sheds 
K & P Ry Depot 



SOUTH SIDE 

Swift's Dock 
Store, s e 



Ontario st intersects 



Stanley House 
Rear entrances 



28 Folger Bros, bankers 

30 Canadian Pacific Ry Co's Telegh 

Bay of Quinte R R & Naviga Co 
34 Great North Western Tel Co 
36 Sullivan W H, barrister 
38 Steamboat Inspector's Office, Capt 
T Donnelly. Inspector 
Thompson T P. Inspector of steam- 
boat boilers 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

i55 Princess Street. 



Our Stock is complete. 
Everything a Drug Store 
should have we keep. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



CLARENCE ST— Continued 
NORTH SIDE 

Canal Office, Wm Burrows, Collec- 
tor of Tolls 

Gas Inspector's Office, Wm Bur- 
rows, Inspector 

Weights and Measures Office. 
John A Macdonald, Inspector 

Garvin Edward, caretaker 

Rear entrances 

Seeley David 
Dominion Express Co 
Swift J F, insurance agent 
Swift James & Co (branch) coal 
and wood 

King st e 
irlo Chambers 
son R H. bicycle livery 
Smythe & Lyon, barristers 
King Francis, barrister 
B ard of Trade 
Wakeford F W, bn 
London Life Ins Co 
Rogers Thomas X, caretaker 
A lane 
87 Ontario Building A Savings Socy 
69 Biitton A Whiting, barristers 
7t Crldlford John 
7 : Purcell P J, barber 
79 M m* A Cunningham, banker! 
Skinner .1 s. barrister 
< lunnlngham A B, banister 

• >H\ er C ' ;. customs broker 

• lens ba n M ra Susan 

Wall, laundry 

1 1 Ide [nspectoi 
^7 Prontenac L an A Invest Society 

Vludle John, banister 

simps. in inker 

( Jonreen Mrs < la therlne 
91 Kenl Bros, ba nkera 

Walk, in A Walk. in. I ..a t list its 

96 Strange A Strange, Insurance 
Strange John, barrister 
Strange Capl Frank, sup< military 

stores 
Cllfl George, i 

Whits i Ml 

Macphei u I 1 1 toper, Insui 
thei i i ■■ banker 

Wellington 
Golden Lion Block 

nil McDonald Roderick 
Dunoon Mrs Bella 



SOUTH SIDE 

38 Donnelly Salvage & Wrecking Co 
Mahar John M, barrister 
Mclver John B, insurance 
Cartwright Sir Richard J 
Macdonnell & Farrell, barristers 
Meniman Mrs Ellen, caretaker 

40-42 Gildersleeve J P, insurance 
Lake Ontario & Bay of Qulnte 

Steamboat Co (ltd) 
Standard Life Assurance Co 

44 Dobbs J R C & Co, bicycles 

46 Frontenac Cafe 

48 Sample room B A Hotel 

50 Jones James H, barber 
British American Hotel 
intersects 

Custom House, Clarke Hamilton. 
Collector 



Office, •' i mi i Shannon, Poat- 

inasli'p 

I'. .si i ►fflce i nspeotor'a Depart' 
in. nt. ii ,\i. nick, Inspector 

St lilt 

i [ouse, s e 

lla Va.-ant 

112 I kl William A 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY, 
S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON- 



HAS THE LARGEST GOVERNMENT DE- 
POSIT OF ANY COMPANY IN CANADA, 
$100,000, BESIDES OVER $3,000,000 OF RE- 
SERVE ASSETS FOR POLICYHOLDERS. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



31 



SOUTH SIDE 
114 Robinson Thomas H 
116 Vacant 

120-124 Wilson T C, livery stable 
126 Kilpatrick S J & Co, marble works 
128 Daley Patrick, publisher 

Canadian Freeman (weekly) 
132 Johnston J & Son, farm implts 

Vance Christopher, weaver 
134 Nicholls Wm, vet surgeon 

Clergy Street runs north from Barrieto Ordnance, sixth west of the harbor 



EAST SIDE 
Kingston Veterinary College 
House, s e 



WEST SIDE 
Chalmer's Church 



Earl st intersects 



House, s e 
Private grounds 



House, s e 
38 Barron George 
40 Brock Mrs Mary 



William st intersects 



45 Taylor Albert D 
47 Sherk Jacob C 
49 Boyd Miss Harriet, dressmaker 
51 Walsh Mrs Mary A 
53 Kearns James 
55 Campbell Alexander B 



44 King J George 

46 Conley Thomas 

48 Fraser George N 

50 Offord George, sr 

52 Whiting Rev Richard 

60 Burnside Edgerton 



Johnston st intersects 



St Mary's School 
Ryan Wm, caretaker 



St Mary's Cathedral 



Brock st intersects 



House, s e 



105 Sutherland Samuel 
107 Moore Edward 



Welch E R & Son, marble works 



96 Morrison Mrs Catherine 
98 Macdonald Francis 
100 Chapman George 
102 Toulden Henry 
104 Corbett John 
106 Murray Capt James 
108 Van Arnam Charles- A 
110 Harkness Harry, feed 
Algoma House 



Princess st intersects 



Stor«. s e 
133 Campbell J W, physician 
135 Vaoant 
137 Vacant 



St Andrew's Church 



Mackie Rev John 



Queen st Intersects 



HO BART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

I 15 PRINCESS STREET. 



Patent and proprietary 
Medicines. We keep your 
favorite remedies. 



32 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



CLERGY ST— Continued 
EAST SIDE 

Queen St Methodist Church 
151 Harmer Alfred S 
153 Williams John 
163 Forder Mrs Margaret 



WEST SIDE 



House, s e 

162 Cooper Thomas 
16-J Vacant 



Colborne st intersects 



165 Drury William 
167 Murray Mrs Annie 
169 Hoppins Densmore 
171 Norrls William H 
17", Forsyth Mrs Alma J 
177 Hunter Henry 
L87 Hunter John J 
L89 Wallace Robert 
191 Horsey Samuel J 



House, s e 



176 Harrigan John 

178 nfford Frederick A 

180 Phillips Thomas H 

182 McQuaid J P. upholsterer 

190 McBride James 

L92 James Mrs Bridget 



Clergy Street West [formerly Yonge] runs west from Barrie to University 
Avenue, first nort h of Union. 



NORTH SIDE 

I [ouse, s e 
5 Vacant 
i ' A' Hearn Thomas 

Little Thomas, rear 
15 Wli khani Charles 
17 « Christmas Henry 
21 ' ' 'linen John 
25 Vacant 

27 Smith Charles F 
29 Smith Henry 
:i Cannon .John l> 
35 Pratt Mrs Matilda 
87 Prince Mrs Eliza 
39 Bhanahan John 
tl l >oyle Miss .I'.iianna 
i Hamilton James 

I [ouse, s e 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 

14 Lake Anthony 

16 Vacant 

18 Vacant 

20 Phillips Thomas 

22 Vacant 

am 



Vacant lots 
Vacant lots 



Wade's lane ends 



(0 Riley Mis Julia 
u Bird Langley 

House, s >• 



Division st intersects 



House, 

■ I ter Mrs Mi iv A 
..II i/.l.ti Wm 
7'' Craig .lam. - \ 
-i Baw di n \i i 

■ no John P 
91 Qallov Jr 

■' | Hoi ii Alexander 

97 John ■ Thome n 
99 Hardy John C 
Hoi 



l'i i\ ate mounds 

1 1 i Ira h.i m wm 1 1 

16 McFarland Chai 

is Wilson Houghton W 



ounda 



Set' t lie popular 20-year survivorship disl ribu- 
i ion plan of the Ontario Mutual Life. The finest 

plan of insurance exl ani The companywrote 

up nearly three million on it last year. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

district "Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON STREET 1)1 HKCTOK V 



33 



Colborne Street lams west from Sydenham to west of Chatham, second 

nort h of Princess. 



NORTH SIDE 

House, s e 

7 Boyd Richard cab owner 

9 Vacant 
11 Vacant 
13 Vacant 

15 Simmons W Fred 
17 Tierney James 
21 Snider Daniel 
25 Wright Clark W 
27 Vacaj t 

29 Wilson George F 
31 Vacant 

33 Griffith George A 
House, s e 



SOUTH SIDE 

2 Thompson Robert 
4 Dolan Michael J 
8 Matthews Mrs C, grocer 
Patterson Henry T 

14 Hunter George 

22 Thompson J Duncan 



41 Auchinvole Gilbert, grocer 

45 Boyd Ferguson 

47 Burke William T 

49 Smith Alfred T 

53 Vacant 

55 Vacant 

57 Fokes Edward J 

59 Dean William 

67 Kane James 

69 Davidson Andrew, contractor 

71 Offord Ethelbert 

7^ Hamer John 

75 Massie John R 

79 Haaz Anton 

8] Simpson William J 

Barrie st 



83 Shaw D A, grocer 

85 Langdon Nathaniel, contractor 

87 Reid Frederick A 
105 Sangster William 
119 Kilpatrick Samuel J 

Main st commences 
123 Robinson Wm 
127 Keen George 
129 Bunt Wm 
131 Powers John 
133 Klein Louis 
135 Vacant 
137 Vacant 
139 Tait Joseph G 
141 Vacant 

14?, Macpherson Peter M 
147 Perry John W 
149 Lee Miss Rebecca 
151 Cummings Joseph D 
153 Suddard Mrs Lucy 
House, s e 

Division st 



30 Ryckman Rev Edward B, MA,DD 

34 Vacant 
36 Williams John 
40 Cornelius John, jr 
1 House, s e 

Clergy st Intersects 

House, s e 
44 Jenkin Isaac 
46 Donnelly Thomas 
48 Dunlop Andrew W 
50 Pollie John 
58 Newton John 
60 McCullough John 
62 Smith John 
68 Marshall John 
70 McKenna Patrick 
74 Flett Alexander G 
78 Crozier James 
80 Pope T N. shoemkr 
82 James Thomas, butcher 

intersects 

Briden G S, grocer 
114 Roberts Ernest T 
116 Driver Wm J 
118 Lambert Thomas 
120 Bailey William - 
122 Briden Mrs Elizabeth 
124 Chapman W J. contractor 

Chapman st ends 

Queen Street School Yard 
136 Vacant 

138 La France Mrs Catherine 
140 Carson John 
146 Mason Samuel 



148 Clark William 
150 Clark Andrew 
152 Keyes Thomas 

154 Worth Mrs Ellen 

intersects 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

I 55 PRINCESS STREET. 



PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND FAMILY 
RECIPES ACCURATELY AND PROYIPTLY DIS- 
PENSED. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



COLBORNE ST Continued 

NORTH SIDE 

House S 6 
181 Wilmot Nathaniel 
183 Cameron Mrs Lucy 
185 Copley William 
193 Lennon Thomas 
195 Somerville Francis 
197 Hogan John 
199 Vanwinckel Jacob 
201 Hunter George 
203 Bell Wm P 
205 Hughes Thomas E 
209 Eward Robert 
213 Rudd Mrs Jane 
215 Bews James 
217 Bryant Reuben 
235 Bell Robert C 
243 Ross Alexander 
245 Holder John B 



SOUTH SIDE 
Private grounds 



192 Dunlop Robert 

196 Greaves Mrs Helen 

198 Young George 

202 Smith Mrs E. dressmkr 

204 Lindsay Patrick 

208 Lvne John 

210 Hinds John 

Private grounds 
214 Lewers Robert 
216 Mcllrov Wright 
240 McCallum Mrs Helen 
244 Vacant house 

Store, s e 



Chatham st intersects 



Private grounds 
261 Shepherd Henry R 



I 266 Johnson Miss Elizabeth 
College Street puna north from Union \\ . second wesi of Albert, 



EAST SIDE 
Not built on 



WEST SIDE 

House, s e 
v.u ant bouse 
Gravelle Oliver, dairy 



Collingwood Street runs noi t h from Eingto Johnston, lilt h w est of Barrie 



BAST SIDE 

Vacant lots 
Vacant houses (2) 

Vacant lots 

itkinson Thomas 
86 Thurlby Thorn i J 
v: i ("Nell Willi i 
89 Francis Get 

V.o ;itlt lOtS 

Kenney Thorn 

I tennlson Ts mi 1 1 

. irge 

Pen hi T 

V.OMllt lots 



WEST SIDE 

Vacant lots 

Roach Edward 
Williamson Mrs Mary 
Johnston Mrs Margaret 
Mel lonell Mrs .Mai > a 

nil lots 
Hermlston Charles 1 1 
Praser Calvin P 
Holmes U'\ .lohn 
Mcintosh Henry 

V icanl lots 



hurch 

.i,i |o1 

Cobei [vo i. \. contraotor 
\ I- \.i ndei \i i Win ir 
Dehaney Wm 



Union st w ln1 

V o-.itit lots 



Oilmour William 



S. ROUGHTON, 

VACANCIES FOR GOOD MEN. 



District Representative of the 
Ontario Mutual Life Assurance 
Company. Office 1 51 Welling- 
ton street, Kingston. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRKCTOKY 



35 



EAST SIDE 

Sullivan Charles 
Williams George H 
Mitchell Mrs Isabella 
Vacant lots 

Earl st ends 
Vacant lots 
Pollitt Wm. baker 
Orser Sidney H 
Vacant lots 



WEST SIDE 

Aubin William P 
Healey Mrs Clara 
Mil© Edward M 
Francis John 



Vacant lots 



Concession Road runs west from Division, eighth north of Princess 



NORTH SIDE 
House, s e 

Bryant Wm, sr 
Gordon Robert 
Pomeroy Wm F 
Brewer William F 
Bryant Frank 
Bryant Edward 
McLaughlin Edward 
Robb James 
Theriault Francis X 
Reid Wm H 
Wilder Artemus 
Wilder Jonas, farmer 
Palace School 
Bradford James A 
Wilder Henry S, dairy 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 
Private grounds 

Lansdowne st ends 
Coyle Thomas 
Self Mrs Hannah 
Vacant house 
Vacant house 
Holland W Chester 
Vacant house 
Clark Allen H 
Harn'den Perry W 
Richardson Dennis 
Treneer John P 

Alfred st ends 
Fair grounds 

Vacant lots 

Private grounds 



Nelson st ends 
Victoria st ends 



Princess st intersects 



Corrigan Street runs west from 180 Rideau to Bagot. third north of Bay' 



NORTH SIDE 

House, s e 
1 Davis Matthew R 
3 Harrison Edward 



Vacant lots 
House, s e 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 
4 Vacant 
6 Vacant 

8 McArdle Patrick 
10 Nuttall Oscar \ 
12 Stokes Benjamin 
14 Lavery Patrick 
16 Handley Mrs Mary A 
House, s e 



Cowdy Street runs north from Pine to Adelaide, second east of Division. 



EAST SIDE 
House, s e 



Vacant lots 



WEST SIDE 
Store, s e 

Swanston's bakeshop 
3-5 Vacant 
7 Reddin Jeremiah 
9 McMaster James 
11 Eves William 



HOBART S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Perfumes, Tooth Brushes 
Toilet Preparations of all 
kinds, Sponges, Chamois, etc 



36 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



Davidson Street runs west from EUlerbeck Avenue to limits. 

Not built on 
Deacon Street runs west from 98 Barrie to Arch, firs! south of Union. 



NORTH SIDE 

House, s e 
9 Shea William 
11 Crawford James 
15 Clark Joseph M 
17 Rice Thomas 



SOUTH SIDE 

House, s e 
12 Wilson George 
11 Vacant 
16 Vacant 

IS Cunningham Mrs Sarah 
22 Sinclair Archibald A 



Division Street runs north from Union w. to city limits. Hist west of Barrie- 



EAST SIDE 

1 Cutts George H 

3 Cannem Albert 

5 Reid Samuel F 

7 M< Arthur John 
it, Linton Charles E 
17 Mooney Robert J 
19 Merritt Edward 
.'1 Redmond Patrick 
2 : Smyth Archibald 
25 i i I'.rien Edward 
27 Jordan Mrs Margaret 
29 Cook Wm W 
.1 McQuirk Mrs Mary 

rns Mlsa Jane C 
35 Moore Andrew 

37 M. -Arthur .Lines 



WEST SIDE 



Private grounds 



18 Connor Frederick H 
20 Barry Robert 

24 Packer Thomas 

25 Elmer Albert E 

32 Clark.- William J 
34 Dickson John H 



i !lergy st w intersects 



17 Charles Edwin 

19 BcOtl Tic Mi. i II 
.".I M. Inter. ■ John 

urbetl Mrs Julia 

[1 \nn 
'.I Babcook .1 S, gi 



ii 
,"i I lemp i' r \\ 
, I Man ha nd Edward 
7:. \'isi..t Frai 
I 
urcotl 11 f red 
\i. i iinah i : 



i on A Friendship, grocers 
10 Mc< Iranaghan Samuel 
il' Llpman Barnel 

i i Dougherty Miss .lane, .lressmkr 

16 McKenzie Alexander A 

is Re i i'.i\ Id 

".a t'la aaga n Patrick 

. ■ Plans •, i n John 

.1 i >'l.e:irv William II 
:<\ Hi. ph S 

House, s e 



Earl st Inter 



The, biscuit infers 
7s Edwarda Richard 
so Connor Geo W h 
82 Taj lor Mrs Mary 
gfl Vacant 
ss i >' Brier Thomas 
ile John 



IF YOU OR YOUR FRIENDS THINK OF TAKING 
OUT LIFE INSURANCE CALL OR REFER THEM TO 
THE UNDERSIGNED AND HE WILL CHEERFULLY 
SUPPLY ALL INFORMATION ABOUT HIS COMPANY. 



S. ROUGHTON. D K T 

ONTARIO MUTUAL LIF£ ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



•Al 



EAST SIDE 
ST Mullin E \V, grocer 

William st ends 
93 Robinson Win J 

!<.") Vacant 



1 louse, s e 

Louise Public School 
127 Cliff Mrs Mary A 
Hcuse. s e 



149 
151 
153 
163 



179 
181 
183 
185 



221 
225 

231 
237 
239 
249 
251 
253 
255 
271 
281 
283 
285 
297 
299 
301 
303 
305 
307 



House, s e 
Clark Mrs Mary 
Barber Charles F 
■5 Burton J J, grocer 
Augustus Capt Webster 
House, s e 



WEST SIDE 

92 Hanlon Bernard J 
94 Free Robert J 
96 Leahy Thomas J 
98 Leahy Mrs Mary 
100 Asselstine Peter, contractor 
House, s e 
Johnston st intersects 

124 Crawford Anthony 

130 Bedford John 

134 Burns Miss M, dressmaker 

Cockade Mrs Catherine 
136 Hipson Joseph R K 
140 Kennedy Joseph, grocer 
Brock st intersects 

146 Saunders Wm 
148 Henderson Henry 
152 Pearce Richard P 
168 Asselstine Benjamin, contractor 
Garrett st commences 
House, s e 



Princess st Intersects 



House, s e 
Welch Edwin R 
Day Prof Forshaw 
Marriott Mrs Eliza 
Brown Charles 
House, s e 

Queen st ends 
Store, s e 
Private grounds 

Colborne st intersects 



Private grounds 

210 Anderson Bros, grocers 
212 Harold Alexander D 
214 Anderson Wm 
216 Hayden Mrs Annie 
218 Kemp Mrs Catherine. 
222 Pugh Mrs Elizabeth 
224 Vacant 



Stuart John 

Thornton Mrs Mary, grocer 

Ellice st ends 
Mclntyre Donald M 
Waldren Wm M 
Vacant 

Waddell John 
Gormley Mrs Johanna 
Clark George 
Clark Mrs Annie 
Pound John, baker 
McLean Robert 
Finlay Mrs Catherine 
Brady George 
Allen Mrs Sarah 
Vacant 

Salisbury Benjamin 
Maslen James S 
Vacant 

Bennett William 
Bennett Mrs M J 



327 
329 



Crawford James 
Crawford George 



grocer 

Main st ends 



York st 



220 Hall Samuel 

222(a) Dorland Mrs Carrie 

224(a) Mowat Henry 

226 Moore Thomas 

228 Mills Daniel F 

230 Dales John N 

232 Silver Benjamin 

240 Eward Mrs Mary 

248 Strachan Mrs Jean 

Elm st commences 
254 Joyce Mrs Ann 
256 Kellar Charles 
258 Cowan Abraham 
260 Allen Mrs Margaret J 
270 Clare Miss M, dressmaker 
278 Gordon John 

Fifth st commences 
284 Grimshaw S A, contractor 
290 Lyons John 
294 Vacant 

296 Paddon Thomas, carter 
322 Bennett Miss Sarah 
All Saints' Church 
1 324 Arniel Thomas 
intersects 



HOBART S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Lamps of all kinds, Burners, 
Chimneys, Globes and Shades 
of every descripticn. 



38 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



DIVISION ST— Continued 

i:ast side 

House, s e 

Kennedy George W 
337 Virtue Mrs Ann 
341 Greaves Mrs Adeline 
343 McMahon Robert 
345 Stevenson Vv'm H 

Quebec st ends 
353 Robinson Wm 
355 Corrigan Richard S 
IcMastPt- Mrs Jane 
359 Allen James, grocer 



WEST SIDE 



336 Murray James 



360 Robinson Andrew 
364 Clarke James 
366 Elliott Robert 



Pine st intersects 



371 
375 
381 
387 
391 
393 
395 
126 
417 
449 
451 

1 5 5 
157 
I6S 
167 

469 

811 
613 

67( 



Rlsbrldger Thomas 
Hartman David 
Daws. in Edward 
Hough George P 
Campbell Mrs Ann 
Kirk Samuel T 
Peters William 
Taylor John 
Devlne James 
Byron Daniel 
Mdver Thomas 
Geake John 

a\ house, rear 
Kemp wm J 
Scott Mrs Emily 
Vacant 

Granlund V\ r m 
Galllvan Daniel 

11 st ends 
Thomson Robert 
Kemp market garden 

nit 
White Joseph 
and 673 Vacant 
Marti:' lairy 



368 Conley Mrs Rebecca 
378 Abbott Thomas 
384 Lemmon James H 

Stanley st commences 
386 Vacant 
388 Vacant 
390 Vacant 
392 Vacant 
398 Canem Mrs Jane 
398(a) Pogue Irwin 
400 Vacant 

Adelaide st commences 
426 McVety Hubert 
438 Collins Thomas 
148 Gibson Mrs Eleanor E 

Concession road commences 
(50 Moulton Charles 
168 Gibson Thomas W 
160 i te\ ana E»atrick 
(64 Corrigan Daniel 
I7»; Sands Henry 

Gibson's quarry , 

490 James Thomas 
r.is Joyce Wm j 



Dufferin Street runs wes\ from 200 Rideau bo Bagot, fourth north of Bai 



X' >RTH SIDE 
House, s e 
i" BHmmona John B 
1 1 Funnel! Thomas 1 1 
16 Mitchell Mrs Sarah 

• mi 
■■I .i.i. h or i !hai les F 

nies 
2 1 Mi mi M i ' M.i i \ 

potten Mrs Mary 
i ler Vlfred M 

I M ■ ill 

• i i Ri nij Mlchai i .1 
14 Quint l] Ei n 

McCaule; Mi tnnle 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 



' IVlil J 



Private abounds 



YOU ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO EXAMINE THE 
ACTUAL RESULTS OF INVESTMENT POLICIES IN THE 
ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE. NO OTHER COMPANY'S RESULTS 
IN CANADA CAN EQUAL THEM. 'ASK FOR SOME." 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



KINGSTON STKKKT 1 )l K VA T< M!Y 



39 



Durham Street runs west from Victoria to west of Macdonnell, first soul li 

of Princess. 



NORTH SIDE 



Private grounds 



SOUTH SIDE 

28 North Frederick F 

34 Lamb Walter 
Roddy Edward 
Perry Alfred 
Haffner Eekhard 



Macdonnell st intersects 



Private grounds 



76 Wiltshire Walter 
78 Langdon Joseph 



Earl Street runs west from Ontario to Collingwood, fifth south of Princess 



NORTH SIDE 



Yards 



23 Leader George N 
25 Korkey John 
• House, s e 



House, s e 
45 Switzer John J 
47 Cart-wright Arthur A 
47«a) Clow Lewis 
49 Johnson James B 
53 Johnson Joseph S 
55 Somerville Frank 
63 Welch Mrs Helen 
65 Hanley Thomas A 
67 Hanley Thomas 



SOUTH SIDE 

12 Ford Joseph 
14 Vacant 

16 Lovitt Jeff Thomas 
18 Hunt John 
20 O'Neil Terence 
20% Dennis Isaac 
22 Pelon Dennis 
24 Watson Alexander 
House, s e 



King st e intersects 



House, s e 
46 Saunders John 
48 Williams Mrs Martitia 
50 Meek Robert 
52 Anglin W G, physician 
56 Anglin Wm 
5S Vacant 

62 Richardson Mrs Jane 
66 Murch William S R 
68 Grady Michael J, contractor 



Wellington st intersects 



House, s e 



81 McMahon Andrew 

83 Clow Franklin, grocer 

87 Kelly Isaac 

89 Lane Mrs C. confections 

Lane Timothy 

Foley Patrick 
91 Millan Jeremiah, dairy 

Hinds Mrs Ellen, rear 

Vacant house 
97 Jamieson John 

Foley Michael, carter 
99 Moran Patrick, butcher 



72 Des Rochers Mrs Mary 

74 Mitchell John 

76 Couling Montague W 
O'Connor John, rear 

80 Millan Dennis J 

82 Walsh John J 

90 Hayward Mrs Christina 

92 Charlton Robert 

94 Strange Maxwell W 

96 Light Richard H, artist 

98 Murray William 
100 Bureau Peter 
102 McRae Robert W R 



Bagot st intersects 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



A. A. A. greatest pain killer 
known. Hobart's sweet flavor 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



EARL ST— Continued 

NORTH SIDE 
Store, s e 

113 Prevost Zotique 

117 Hague George E 
119 Macpherson Richard 

Private grounds 

House, s e 



SOUTH SIDE 
108 O'Connor John 
110 McDonald Daniel J 
114 Vacant 
116 Lee George 
118 Hooper Mrs Julia 
120 Moore William 
122 Cochrane Capt John B 
130 Nickle Mrs Ellen 
132 Vacant 
134 Vacant 



Sydenham st Intersects 



House, s e 



149 Skinner Win 

151 Sutherland Malcolm S 

155 Kerr John 

161 Robertson Benjamin V\" 

169 Cunningham Henry 

179 Crothers Wm J 



House, s e 
148 Sears George 
154 Mitchell E Clarence 
158 Penner Miss Eliza 
160 Rowland Fleming 
162 Bell Rev George, LL D 

West st ends 
171 McRae Wm R 



Clergy st Intersects 



185 Johnston Mrs Theresa M 
189 Saundei b Mrs Kate W 
193 Vacant 
195 Ricard Francis 
199 Kirkpatrlck John 
201 Mclntyre Miss Catherine 



« Ihalmer's Church 



Barrie st intersects 



211 
213 
216 
217 

221 

225 

ft 






Store, s e 
Reid Mrs Mary J 

mt 

mt 

• i- Schyler B 
Cooney Patrick 
Lawless Patrick J 
< tommer John I 
Hooper W Joseph 

> nt 

Hickey Mi [sabella 
Gillie Jan 

Glbb m i 

David 
Id 3 

Mr II 

i >ew James, i • 

i .i i t.-r 

■it houses (2) 

A 
: Robert 



Store, s e 
212 Plmer John 
214 Krnlel William 
216 Hollowell Henry C 



Lwless Michael, carter 
tarnej Benjamin 
1 oung Mrs Ajinle 
« Itser Nelson 
: 10 Whltelaw David 
182 Pugh Miss Leah, dressmaker 

I III l.ltS 

242 B1 Inson Mm 
•ii Blg-nell Mi- Emms 

it. .ii Patrick 
■is 7a tes .lam. i B 



Dlvlsli.n st int. 



THE ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COM- 
PANY WILL ACCEPT FEMALE RISKS-FIRST-CLASS- AT 
THE SAME RATES AS MEN. WITHOUT EXTRA. BOYS 
OVER 14 YEARS OF age INSURABLE on bny plan. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



il 



NORTH SIDE 
Biscuit factory, s e 

267 Bran iff Hugh 

269 Consgreen Mrs \Y. dressmaker 

277 Skeggs Joseph 

Private grounds 

289 Vacant 

293 Vacant 

303 Mr Knight John 

307 Frasso Joseph 

307(a) Enright Michael 

309 Smallridge Wm H 

Private grounds 



S( >UTH SIDE 

Store, s e 
254 O'Donnell Bryan 
256 Lawlor Joseph 
258 .Miller -William 
260 Leonard Miss Carrie 
262 Bradden James 
264 Carley Walter E 
266 Robinson Miss Martha 
272 Renton Mrs Lueinda 
276 Ludlow Richard 
282 Dooley Mrs Ann 
284 Asselstine Isaac 
2S6 Lessard George 
302 Cochrane William 
304 Galloway James, sr 
306 Asselstine Michael 

House, s e 



University ave intersects 



House, s e 



317 Ross 
Store. 



Mrs Jane E 



House, s e 
310 Litton John F, 
31S Kayler William 
320 Hobart George 



Alfred st intersects 



323 Minnes Thomas D 
325 Walker David J 
327 Hoath James 
329 Donnelly Capt John, 
331 Thompson Thomas 
333 Mason William 



House, s e 
377 Fitzgerald James 
379 McCready Wm 
383 Ansley John W 
385 Dodd Mrs Janet 



Collegiate Institute 



Frontenac st intersects 



Vacant lots 

380 Baker Robert D 
382 Baker William 
Private grounds 



Albert st intersects 

[ Vacant lots 

Nelson st intersects 

Vacant lots 

Ellerbeck Avenue runs nortli from King w., to Union, ninth west ofBarrie. 
EAST SIDE WEST SIDE 

Private grounds 
32 Kelly Samuel 
36 Lindsay Robert J 

Davidson st commences 

Vacant lots 



Private grounds 



Vacant lots 



Not built on 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



EHice Street runs west From 16 Mais fco Division. first east of Colborne 

NORTH SIDE 
House 



der Mrs Elizabeth 
11 Cibbs John 
21 Pitman Mrs Catherine 
23 McQuade John 
25 Lalonde Louis 

Vine st commences 
"Vacant house 
Pope Thomas N 
27 Swan G T, grocer 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 
8 Taylor Jonathan, carter 
22 Neil William 
24 Matthews Thomas 
26 Randall Mrs Margaret 
26(a) Plank Jabez James 
28 Vacant 

30 MeMullen Richard 
32 Can- Mrs Annie C 
34 Collinson Mrs Margaret W 
36 O'Reilly Patrick, shoemaker 
38 Estes William 
40 Hall Aaron W 



Elm 



House, s e 

Steet runs west from 248 Division to Alfred, second north of Princess. 



NORTH SIDE 



1 [ouse, s e 
23 House John 
27 Vacant 
35 Bowman Mrs Catherine 

Vacant lots 
43 Rourke Peter 
47 Swann Samuel D 
19 Brouse Henry 
■■urns George 



Private grounds 
79 Bonn> George; jr 



Chatham st 



SOUTH SIDE 

House, s e 
18 Stagg John 
22 Suddanl Edward S 
24 Kern,- Wm H 
26 Bryant R John 
28 Gossage John 
36 Row,- Mrs Susan 
42 Henderson Mrs Margaret 
ts McKegg John 
50 Hopton Douglass A 
54 Meek Miss Sarah 
60 Proudy Mrs Jan,' 
64 Marsh John YV 
House, s e 
Intersects 



mt 
:,i i , Mrs Elizabeth 

99 i Dougherty Patrick 

Simons Roberl 

Clyde The 

Emily Street runs oorl li from t lie harbor to King, Oral east of Barrie. 

BAST si i>i: WEST SIDE 

Folger M Henrj 
Strathy Jame B 
King ton Ladti 
House, i >• 

Fifth Street runs west from 278 Division ti> west of Chatham, third north 

of Princess. 



Private grounds 
Murphy Joseph 



Macdonald Park 



NORTH sil>K 



Turcot! John B 
Turcol i ' • 

mndfl 



SOUTH SUM': 
ii 

Decker Rob( 
Meagher Jamea < '■ 
Rutherford John B 
Walker Mi Helen 

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ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON 



A Substantial Canadian Old 
Line Company. Has the best 
inducements for intending in- 
surers of any co'y in Canada. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



13 



NORTH SIDE 

House, s e 
Bany James 
Vacant house 
Quinn William 



SOUTH SIDE 



Vacant house 



First Street runs cast and west across Chatham, first north of Princess. 



NORTH SIDE 

1 McMillan Richard 
Private grounds 



25 Smith Henry A 

27 Vacant 

31 Ruttan Peter 

33 Suddard James H 

Frontenac Street runs 

EAST SIDE 
Victoria School 

Collegiate Institute 



SOUTH SIDE 

2 Sherring Benjamin H 
House, s e 

Chatham st intersects 

House, s e 



Private grounds 
81 Bawden Joseph 
83 Swinyard Leone N 
85 Donoghue Mrs Sarah 

Private grounds 

Private grounds 

House, s e 
147 Hazlett William 
149 Lemon Charles 
151 Corley Mrs Gladys 
153 Shannon Alfred J 
167 Hazlett John 

Victoria Park 



Vacant lots 



Coleman Wm J, basket manufac- 
turer 

north from Union w. to Fair Grounds, first west of 
Alfred. 

WEST SIDE 
Private grounds 
28 Sargent Frederick R 
30 Fletcher William H 
34 Otto Joshua J 
36 Cunningham Wm J 
38 Frost Arthur G 
Earl st intersects 

76 Wartman Edward H 
78 Wright Thomas J 
80 Vacant 

86 Sinclair Mrs Mary 
92 Herbison Wm J 
A lane | 94 Lingwood Frederick H 
96 Darling Thomas 
Johnston st intersects 

Vacant lots 
152 Smith George 
158 Sleeman Wm H 
164 Cochrane James B 

Cochrane Mrs Christina 
House, s e 
Brock st intersects 

] Victoria Park 

Mack st intersects 

House, s e 
7 Storey Edgar M 
Vacant 
11 Johnston John W 
13 Turnbull Thomas C 
21 Twigg John E 
23 Steacy James 
25 Gallivan James 
Vacant lots 
Princess st intersects 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Agents for Knickerbocker 
Shoulder Braces. Sizes for 
men, women, boys and girls. 



44 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



FRONTEXAC ST— Continued 

EAST SIDE 

House, s e 
6 Offord John 
8 Reynolds William 
10 Cunningham Wm 
12 Birmingham John 
14 Burnett Mrs Hester E 
16 Hughes Henry 

Elm st ends 
Veale William J 
Vacant lots 



WEST SIDE 
Vacant lots 

Grey Edward 
17 Thornton Wm J 
19 Symes Percy V 

Vacant lots 
Mouck William H 



Garrett Street runs west from Division to University Avenue, first south 

of Princess. 



NORTH SIDE 
Private grounds 

Leach Edward 
Private grounds 
House, s e 



SOUTH SIDE 

House, s e 
2 Singleton Arthur C 
4 Holland James 
6 Reid Joseph W 
8 Reid Robert J 
Private grounds 
20 Wright John 
24 Davy Si. -wart 
26 Andrews Mrs Elizabeth 
Private grounds 



George Street nm> north from King w. to Stuart, Bret west ofBarrie, 



EAST SIDE 
House, s e 



i ounds 



. Ill B< rnard 

ii Bl rch < !'•' <vk> % 
I:: But 

IT Shannon .1., ,■ 
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Wm 

59 Fowler Mil h 
61 < irman 

Wm II 



WEST BIDE 

House, s e 
»; Powell John 

8 1 1 "\\ man Win T 

la i towperthwaite James 
1 1 Pun is w John 
16 Johnston Henry 
20 Murray George 
l'.' Blomi i 5 James 



< 'Kill st Intei 



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ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



INSURANCE IN FORCE, 
ASSESTS, OVER - • 
SURPLUS, • - • ■ 



$20,000,000 

- 3,000,000 

315,000 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTOEY 



i:> 



Gordon Street changed to University Avenue. 

Gore Stree. runs from the harbor to Bagol street, sixth west of Princes 



NORTH SIDE 
Canadian Locomotive & Engine 
Company 



SOUTH SIDE 
Vacant building 
Canada Dry Dock 
Corrigan William 



Store, s e 

39 Vacant 

45 Gildersleeve James P 
49 Oliver A S, physician 



Ontario st intersects 

House, s e 
42 Vacant 
44 Rourke Edward 
46 Brown William 

House, se 
King st e intersects 



House, s e 
65 Oldham Mrs Jane, dressmaker 
73 Hanley James 
75 Hanley Archibald 
77 Moore William 
79 Moran Patrick 
81 Lesslie Mrs Catherine 
83 Strange Capt Frank 
S7 Norton Taylor Wm H 
89 Hamilton Mrs Isabel 
91 Turcott Le Bair 



64 Power William 



76 Davis Richard F 

78 Vacant 

82 Toye Richard H 

84 Tandy Mrs Mary J 

88 Dine Thomas 

90 McCormick William J 

92 Dine Mrs Maria 

94 Sullivan Mrs Jane, grocer 



Wellington st intersects 



House, s e 
103 Curtis Patrick 
105 Campbell John J 
107 Minnes William T 
109 Minnes James A 
115 Williamson Adam, builder 

House, s e 



House, s e 
104 Melville Mrs Elizabeth 
106 Percy John, cab owner 
112-14 George Joseph, pianos 
116 Vacant 
118 Vacant 

House, s e 



Gray's Lane north from 25 Upper William. 

• 1 Dempster David 
2-3 Vacant 

Grove Streei changed to Rideau. 

Hickson Avenue runs west from Montreal Street, Outer Station. 



NORTH SIDE 

Denis Joseph 
Belt William K 
McDermott Mrs Dora 
McDermott Thomas J 
Francisco Wm N 
Smith Patrick 
Vacant houses (3) 
Howard Andrew J 
Spence Jackpon W 
Lappage William 

Hickson lane commences 



SOUTH SIDE 



Not built on 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Our Stock is complete. 
Everything a Drug Store 
should have we keep. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



HICKSON AVE.— Continued. 
NORTH SIDE 

House, s e 
24 Cleary Mrs Catherine 
40 Irwin Francis 
42 Lambert Samuel 
44 Jefferies Mrs Elizabeth 
Vacant house 
Gates William J 
Potter Abraham 



SOUTH SIDE 



Hickson Lane runs north from Hickson Avenue to G. T. R. track. 



EAST SIDE 



House, s e 
Vacant house 



WEST SIDE 

Coitc- William H 
Vacant house 



James Street runs west from Rideau to Patrick sixth north of Ray. 



NORTH SIDE 



ut lots 



SOUTH SIDE 



Kldd Rol ert 

Vacant lots 



House, s .- 
Stables 

House, s e 



Basrot st ends 



Montreal st Intersects 



21 



•. s e 

irge'i Mission 
Nicholson Robert 
McLaughlin 

< lampbell Michael 
Steel John 
Culler William 

MM B 

< llltnour Wallace 

■ n( 

I nl 
' lit 

ton Mi i : \ . 



House, b •• 
6 Tucki r Michael 
B Northmore ( leoi 
i" i > Toole Charles 
12 I Hnsmore John C 
1 1 Quisles Thomas 
r k Thomas I ; 
2 ' vacant 

■<■ Pomfrel Richard 
SO Slssons John W 
82 Johnston Jaraei \v 
• i w .ml Miles 

rel 
Collins Mrs Mary, dressmaker 
50 Bcouten Mi 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY, 
S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



HAS THE LARGEST GOVERNMENT DE 
POSIT OF ANY COMPANY IN CANADA 
$100,000, BESIDES OVER $3,000,000 OF RE 
SERVE ASSETS FOR POLICY HOLDERS. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



47 



Jenkin Street changed to Elm. 

John Street runs west from Bagol tt> Patrick, first north of Raglan Road 



NORTH SIDE 



House, s e 
Corkey Michael 
Store, s e 



SOUTH SIDE 
House s e 



A lane 



House s e 
Montreal st intersects 



Vacant lots 
9 Veale John 
11 O'Neill James 
IT Whalen Patrick 
21 Cowie Robert 
23 McGrath John 

Cowie Mrs Hannah 
27 Vacant 

29 Northmore George H A 
35 A'Hearn John 
29(a) Dunlop Robert 
35 A'Hearn John 
47 Black James 
51 Graham Mrs Elizabeth 

Cassidy Mrs Nancy 
55 Cassidy Mrs Sarah 
57 McCambridge Francis 
59 Germain J Edmund 
63 McMaster William L 



Vacant lot 
8 OGorman Daniel, carter 

10 Vacant 

12-14 Bailey Charles 

St John Separate School 
Burnett Mrs Mary, caretaker 



Private grounds 



42 Burns Robert J 

50 Richards Stephen 
54 Gascoigne James 

Stables 
58 Dougall Ralph 

Private grounds 



Patrick st intersects 



House s e 
Vacant lots 
Dinsmore Miss Mary 



Vacant lots 



Johnston Street runs west from the harbor to city limits, third south of 

Princess. 



NORTH SIDE 
Swift's wharf 
Swift James & Co, coal dealers 



SOUTH SIDE 

G T R wharf 

G T R freight sheds 



Railway Crossing 



St Lawrence Inn 
Warehouse, s e 



Anglo-American Hotel 

19 Nugent Peter 

21 McKillop Miss Mary 

25 Lynch Miss Ellen 

31 Vacant 

33 Hailing John 



G T R station 

Hanley T & Sons ticket agents 



Ontario st intersects 



Store, s e 
16 Harris John 
18 Vacant 

20 Quigley Margaret 
24 Hurlev Patrick 

O'Donnell Wm, rear 
26 Dougherty Miss Mary E 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

I 15 PRINCESS STREET. 



Patent and proprietary 
Medicines. We keep your 
■favorite remedies. 



is 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTOIIY 



JOHNSTON ST— Continued 
NORTH SIDE 

37 O'Shea Mrs Eliza 
La Rue Mrs Ellen 



Vacant lots 



St George's Cathedral 



We llington st 

Congregational Church 
Murray R B, rear, sexton 
^7 M Williams Charles B 

M< Williams Charles A, rear 
Honsy AntOnlus 
Massey Mrs Martha, rear 
McKane, Mrs Jennie, rear 
Vacant house, rear 
Qulllcia Stephen,' rear 
Lafreneire Mrs Lucy, rear 
93 LairiK Rev Douglas 

Baptist Church 
101 Dot>8on Mrs Maria 
Heeson Mrs Ann 

Bagot st intersects 



SOUTH SIDE 

28 Manning Edward J 

ii Ward John 

36 Sinnott Myles, cab owner 

Purtell John, rear 
42 Jamieson Joseph, plumber 
4-' Vacant 
46 Haley Thomas 
King st e intersects 

House s e 
52 i ! arret t R W, physician 

"alton Wm B 
68 Henderson Mrs Mary 
intersects 

House s e 
70 Dwyer John 
78 Roller Rink 
80 Watts Alexander 
84 Maxam Charles E 



Convent of the Congregation of 
Notre Dame 



Hotel Dleu grounds 



Hotel Dleu 



Hou Samuel 

is:, Smith John S 
i vt Macnaughton Prof John 
1 80 Waddell Prol John 
I'll Chamberlain M 

193 Bl William 

1(1 i i >nbb Richard B 
Iward T 



House, s e 
112 Glvens Miss s. dressmaker 
1 1 1 Forester Augustus 

win Re\ William 
L22 Hendrj Robert, jr 
126 Rigney William 
L28 Bolger Thomas i • 
L36 Ja mleson William 
i 18 Prime Mrs Catherine 
140 Wurtele Capl Alfred G G 
ii' Vacant 

lit; Rudd Thomas G 
1 18 McNeil Nell 
164 l ).u slej ph. physician 

182 W .i t . I Mis Anna M 

Bydenham st Intersects 

House s • • 

17J DlCkSOn Mrs Ann.' 

Dickson Annie k. physician 
176 in. key John 
180 Mowal Prof John B 

!'• |\ i "• in ' ■ 

I'm; i !ai i« right Sir R i ii irC 3 






See t he popular 20-year survivorship <lisi viim- 
tionpLan of the Ontario Mutual Life. The finest 
plan of insurance extant. The company wrote 
up nearly three million on it last year. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



Ml 



NORTH SIDE 

St Mary's Cathedral 
225 Archbishop's Palace 

Cleary Most Rev James Vincent, 

Archbishop of Kingston 
Kelly Venerable Thomas 
Neville Rev James V 
Collins Rev James J 
McDonagh Rev Wm A 
Kehoe Rev John P 
O'Brien Rev Patrick C 



SOUTH SIDE 

House s e 
216 Laidlaw John 
218 Gamble Mrs Jennie 
220 Tossell Mrs Elizabeth 
222 Norris B R James 
224 Rees Charles F 
226 Voight Mrs Caroline 
228 Chapman Mrs Rachel 
232 Anaerson James 
238 Ross Mrs Mary J 
240 Kelly John 



Barrie st intersects 



Private grounds 
247 Beaupre Remi 
249 Coughlin Mrs Elizabeth 

Diplock Miss Mary 

Vacant lots 
259 Martin James F 
261 Bell Peter W 
263 O'Connor Mrs Ellen 
265 Horsey , Edwin 
267 Scouse John 

Louise Public School 



242 Edwards Rev George 

Bethel Congregational Church 
258 Hopkinson Edward 

Link Hamilton A 
262 Knight Robert 
264 Tetlock Samuel G 
266 Cook Thomas 
268 Clarke Mrs Sarah 
270 Watts James 
276 Paul John 
27s Wright Mrs Caroline 



Division st intersects 



Private grounds 



291 Munday Alfred 
293 McKernan Mrs M A, grocer 
295 Hawken Wm H, shoemaker 
297 Sullivan John 
305 Vacant 
307 Scott David G 
307Ca) Butter Wm A 
309 Boyd George 
311 Decker Mrs Selina B 
313 O'Reilv Thomas 
315 McSorley Charles J 
317 Reid Mrs Mary 
319 Lawless Peter, cab owner 
321 Fowler Mrs Jane 
323 Sloan John 
327 Greer Rof*er 
333 Knapp James F 
335 McDonald John 
R?7 ^'esbitt Robert W 
339 Octler Bros, butchers 
Store, s e 



282 Carey John 

284 Bryant Thomas C 

286 Wood Mrs Abba A 

288 Vacant 

290 Watts Mrs Eliza 

292 Chapman Wm. dairy 

294 Swanson Mrs Harriet J 

296 Green John, sr 

298 Page Arthur 

302 Asselstine Isaac, contractor 

304 Sleeth Mrs Mary 

306 Jackson Mrs Catherine 

308 Richardson William 

310 Hogan Michael 

312 White Mrs Hannah 

Baseball grounds 
314 Willett Mrs Mary 
316 Francis William 
318 Tenney Wm, shoemaker 
322 Gates W J, contractor 
328 Milo Frederick D 
330 Mitchell William H 
332 McNamee Mrs Margaret 
340 Goodearle John A 

House s e 



University ave intersects 



PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND FAMILY 
RECIPES ACCURATELY AND PROMPTLY OIS- 
155 PRINCESS STREET. PENSEO. 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 



50 



KINGSTON* STREET DIRECTORY. 



JOHNSTON ST.— Continued. 
NORTH SIDE 

Store, s e 
349 Stover P H, grocer 
349(a) Geary George, carpenter 
351 Coyne Mrs Mary 
353 McGillivray James R 
355 Hammonds Mrs Lucy 

Unfinished house 
361 Taylor Henry H 



Private grounds 



SOUTH SIDE 

House s e 
350 Vacant 
354 Lumbe Richard 
356 Allen Capt Nathaniel 
358 Lowry Calvin 
360 Macdonald Mrs Marie 
362 McKentv John 
364 Quinn Patrick J 
366 Johnson Napoleon B 



Alfred st intersects 



373 Crowley J W, carter 
379 Welbanks Walter McK 
383 Guess A S, grocer 
385 Martin Edward R 
387 Filtz Mrs Marion 
389 Hay John 
391 Snodden Alexander 
393 Campbell Matthew 
395 Hazlett Thomas H 



House s e 
382 Knott Walter 



386 Lee James 



Private grounds 



Frontenac st intersects 



Vacant lots 
416 Nash Mrs Mary A 

iiT Plltz Richard 



419 Iirennan Michael 

122 BfcRae Walter R 

W'm 
ii"' Black Rev Jami 
4.:i Sllter Ernest o 



410 Wilkins Henry 
412 rassi.lv William H 
n i Vacant 
416 Comper John 
118 Patterson Mis Ellen 
420 Megarry James 
12 ! i [arpell Jacob B 
4:'i Callaghan James 
128 Anderson Jarm b 
i 10 Randal] George 
rry Edward .1 



Albert st Intersects 



loon st COmmi i 
McCoy .John T 
Wheelock Milton B 

Vlcl immences 

immencei 

\ IC mi ' 



ml lots 

in Chadwick Mrs Alice 



it lots 



Colllngrwood st ends 



Vacant Iota 
Macdonnell si Intersects 



Ann Mi Han tot, dressmaker 
Recenl -i commences 

m < > i ; ii.. 1 1st 
Johneon <; u i >. ,, ,,|,. n 



Private (rounds 



road iiit 



S. ROUGHTON, 

VACANCIES FOR GOOD MEN. 



District Representative of the 
Ontario Mutual Life Assurance 
Company. Office < 51 Welling- 
ton street, Kingston. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



51 



King Street East runs from Barrie Street to Cataraqui River, second 

iVi mi harbor. 



EAST SIDE 

Murnay Tower 
Macdonald Park 

Emily st ends 
31 Nickle William F 
15 Cotton Lieut. -Col Wm H 
49 Pense Edward J B 
53 Maclean Andrew 

Maitland st ends 
81 Upper Joseph 
85 Kent Mrs Amelia M 

Simcoe st ends 
Hendry James A 



WEST SIDE 



City Park 



Macdonald monument 



West st intersects 



123 Mudie John 

125 Vacant 

131 Calvin Hiram A 

133 Fraser Mrs Catherine 

141 Fenwiek Mrs Mariam 

157 Cameron Major-Gen Donald R 



130 Black D A, dentist 

132 Simpson Isaac 

134 Stearne Philip 

136 Martin William C 

138 Price Cornelius V 

156 Strange O S, physician 



Union st intersects 



161 Swift James 

165 McParland James 

167 Briggs Thomas 

169 Vacant 

191 Ferguson William 



160 Keating Miss Mary 
162 Thompson Thomas P 
166 Vacant 

168 Garrett Mrs Caroline 
172 Strange J Montague 
House s e 



Gore st intersects 



193 Oliver A S, physician 
197 Allen George H 
199 Herald John, physician 
203 Norton-Taylor Col Duncan 



190 Pressley John 

196 Filtz Philip 

198 Parker Mrs Fanny A 

202 Whalen Luke 

204 Craig Mrs Agnes 

208 Brownfield Mrs Annie E 

212 Murray William 



Earl st intersects 



221 Folger Benjamin W 
223 Hart William D 

Private grounds 

Bank of Montreal 



218 Neill John 

220 Joyner Frederick S 

222 Raven Alfred J 

224 Swift Mrs Catherine 

226 Muckleston Mrs Ann 

232 Clench James, boarding 

240 Irwin Mrs Marion 



William st intersects 



Vacant building 
253 Arnold Mrs Margaret 
255 Bowes Miss J, dressmaker 



244 KUborn R K, physician 
250 Smith Rev Buxton B 
252 Leigh Frederick J 



uodadt ? McniPAi uai I Perfumes, Tooth Brushes 

nUDAril5 mtUILAL MALL, Toilet Preparations of all 

155 Princess street. kinds, Sponges, Chamois, etc. 

52 KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



KING ST. EAST.— Continued. 
EAST SIDE 

257 Vacant 

2LD Connell J C. oculist and aurist 
O'Hara Henry, second flat 
Shea Cornelius, rear 
Store, s e 



WEST SIDE 
254 Clements Leonard 

260 Stearne Philip, furrier 

264 Gildersleeve Miss Lucretia 



Johnston st intersects 



i rtridge F W, wire works 
279 Olsen John, fish dealer 
British American Hotel 



St George's Cathedral 
Custom House 
Hamilton C, Collector 



Clarence st intersects 



Dominion Express Co 
Swift J F, insurance 
Swift James & Co (branch), 
297 Nadon Joseph, restaurant 
Fourteenth Club 
Roche H H. druggist 

Market square 



Market 



Ontario Chambers 
North American Life Assur Co'y 
goal Ontario Bank 

| 302 Toye R H. baker 
! 304 M *»Tntyre & M< I ntvre. barristers 
306-310 Briti-h Whig (daily and weekly) 
ends 316 Blbby li D, clothing 

318 Town Mrs Elizabeth 
320 Leahy T J, grocer 
322 Waddington Br s, butchers 
324 Collender Hotel 
326 Behan J J, grocer 
328 Reld W H. butcher 

Grahen Thomas, hide dealer 



Brock st intersects 



Am. lie in ESxpri M 

881 Vacant 

Do Ian M' rgaret (wld Timothy) 






i; B, hardware 



i > .1. barber 
841 McPa i land James, liqi 
C L leweller 
nlth Bros, Jewelli 
:i: ■< Bpangenburg F W, jeweller 
Uphill John 

\ lha n Mi B m tntle m 1 1 
i »unlop v. nit tailor 

365 7 I'i her .1 H, gi 









340 
846 

- i 



Wade Henry, druggist 
Shaw Rol ert. barrister 
Mc< 'aim ,i s it. Insurance 
DeCartaret Clement, mnfrs agt 
Newlands William, architect 
Sheldon A I »avls, photographer! 

Win. printer 
Corrlgan Mi ; s m. dressmaker 
Van Luven Charles it 
( !oi rigan A Co, « 1 1 j goods 
\ scant 
\ u ml 

i ;■ m|w in w ii. insurance 
v Cunningham John, bicycles 
Cunningham W J, watchn 
\ i n \i-m uii ( ' \ . confeotitfns 
Baker Wm. tobacconist 
Boyd Isaac, merchant tailor 

\ .i. wit 

Howland Bros, clothiers 



rrlnrops *t lnt< 



IF YOU OR YOUR FRIENDS THINK OF TAKING 
OUT LIFE INSURANCE CALL OR REFER THEM TO 
THE UNDERSIGNED AND HE WILL CHEERFULLY 
SUPPLY ALL INFORMATION ABOUT HIS COMPANY. 



S. ROUGHTON, 



DISTRICT 
AGENT 

ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



53 



371 

373 
375 
377 
379 
181 
383 

393 

401 
403 

405 
407 
409 

411 
413 
415 



EAST SIDE 

Murphy L W, grocer 

Storehouse 

Donaldson & Magnet, barbers 

Wells Henry, harnessmaker 

Bastow J G, plumber 

Vacant 

O'Connor John, shoemaker 

Shales R J, blacksmith 

5 St Lawrence Hotel 



WEST SIDE 

360 Sullivan Hon M, physician 
Sullivan D V, physician 
Private grounds 

374 Bushell John 

380 McDermott John F 

382-S8 McDermott J F, carriages 



Lacey Mrs Catherine 
Kingston Coal Co 
Mi Kegney Patrick, carter 
Linton William 
Hurley Jeremiah 
Curragh James A 
Hurley Capt John G 
Wylie George C 
Gowan James 
Little William 



Queen st intersects 

Street Railway sheds 



Kingston Cordage Co 
Frost W G, carr.age painter 
Kingston Electric Carpet Clean- 
ing and Renovating Works 

414 Murray John T 

416 Aubin William H 



House s e 
419-425 Bo wen House 
427 Oliver Charles 
429 Paradis Febil 
431 Trenhail Mrs Eliza 
433 Eccles Frederick G 

House, s e 



Barrack st intersects 

420 Fenwick T M, physician 
428 Morrison William 

Hackett Mrs Sarah 

City Pound 
434 Lynch Mrs Catherine 
438 Taylor Mrs F, confections 

Place d'Armes Intersects 



King Street West runs west from Bailie along the lake shore to Ports- 
mouth. 



NORTH SIDE 

3 Nash George R 

13 Lewis Rev Jno Travers, DD.LLD 
Archbishop of Ontario 

21 Cunningham Miss Agnes 

George st commences 

25 Richardson G W, butcher 

27 Varney Richard W 

29 Bateson James 

31 Milligan Samuel 

33 McClymont Mrs Mina 

35 Purvis Mrs Johanna 

37 Williams Thomas 

39 Roach William 

41 Keys Patrick 

45 Mcllroy Mrs Elizabeth 
Phillips Miss A, dressmaker 
Phillips Miss M J, milliner 

55 Clark William H 

59 Robinson Mrs Wm. grocer 

O'Kill st ends 

Hospital grounds 



SOUTH SIDE 

Murnay Tower 
Clifford Walter C 



Macdonakl Park 



Robinson William, boat builder 
Abrams George M 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Lamps of all kinds, Burners. 
Chimneys, Globes and Shades 
of every description. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



KING ST. WEST.— Continued. 
NORTH SIDE 
81 McConville Thomas 
89 Carswell Robert 
99 Vacant 
101 Vacant 

101(a) Donnelly David 
103 Davy Charles I 
105 Twigg William A 
107-9 Davy Norman, grocer 

University ave commences 
117-119 Daunt Joseph, boarding 
123 Gleeson John 
127 Hewton John 
143 Wilson George, contractor 
165 Haycock Joseph L, MRP 

St Lawrence ave commences 
McAuley Thomas 
Walkem Joseph B 

Albert st commences 
Vacant lots 

Collingwood st commences 
Pipe's Ice House 
Newman's cottages 

1 Ryan Patrick 

2 Newman William 

3 Jackson William 
\ Wood Chester W 
:, McCormlck Robert 
6 Evans James 

Beverley st commences 
Trwin William 
303 Wright John 
305 Poi ' pti 

309 Bennett James 
Hale's !•■ it ta . 
;. Bates Mra E M. music teacher 

I lei l i M PI II A. music t .-.loh. r 

i Stoughton Miss Elizabeth 
a i >obba Frank W 
l Vacant 

i i • 1 1 terson < !ap1 Matthew 
M llltga n George N 

< !entre st commences 
i 'in a te grounds 

itchett George EG 
Vac "it i 
\ii u.- Mrs Jennie 

EBllerbeck avt commenoea 
\i. < !ormack Samuel 

i .[-. Ingston ave commencts 
\ .i 

Peml oommencea 

Kelly Th 

\ l'\ ill 'I ■!! .1 \ •• i "1,1111 

Penitent 

Prison road 
■ ii Mlohael. U 1 1 



SOUTH SIDE 
Kingston Elastic Paint Co 

McDonald & Allen, door knob 
manufacturers 

Shaver William A 

Ice house 

Kingston Hosiery Co (ltd) 

Gleeson John, ice dealer 



.breakwater 



300 Crawford Robert (branch) coal 
and wood 
Rathbun Company's lumber yard 
302 Ryan Capt John 



•a lots 



A la no 



< 'lark.- i. ii A Co, maltsters 
Grant William 
Bmlth Lieut-Col Hem 
Moore Hyla B 
Alien R< \ Joseph A 



Intersects 



Kingston Penitentiary 



YOU ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO EXAMINE THE 
ACTUAL RESULTS OF INVESTMENT POLICIES IN THE 
ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE. NO OTHER COMPANY'S RESULTS 
IN CANADA CAN EQUAL THEM. "ASK FOR SOME." 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



KINGSTON STREET I)IHK(T:)HV 



Landsdowne Street runs north from York to Concession Road, first 

west of Division. 
EAST SIDE WEST SIDE 

Vacant house 

Pine st intersects 



Hurst Mrs James, grocer 
Hull Edward 



House, s e 
Private grounds 



Stanley st intersects 



House s e 
Private grounds 



House, s e 
Eves William H 
Private grounds 
56 Smith Robert, stone quarry 



Adelaide st intersects 
Private grounds I Private grounds 

Livingston Avenue runs north from 437 King \v. to Union, tenth west of 

Barrie. 



EAST SIDE 

House, s e 
Private grounds 
Jones Mrs Annie, grocer 
Private grounds 



WEST SIDE 

Vacant lots 
Goodfellow Robert W 
Kerr John 
Burke Mrs Rosanna 
Berrigan John L 



Davidson st intersects 
Simmons A A, candle manfr 
Private grounds 



43 Ryan Wm F 
Private grounds 

Lyon Herbert I 
Private grounds 



34 Birmingham John R 
36 Coxworthy George F 
38 Hughes John J 
40 Shea John D 
44 Hugo Nicholas 
Baylie Charles 
64 Wood Nial P 
66 Baiden Charles A 
68 Davis Ebenezer R 
70 Young Richard 



Lower Bagot Street. Bagot Street from Bay to James. 

Lower Rideau Street, Rideau Street from Cataraqui to Montreal. 

Macdonnell Street runs north from Union w. to Princess, .second west of 



EAST SIDE 

Private grounds 

Kingston Athletic grounds 

Vacant lots 



Victoria. 

WEST SIDE 

Private grounds 

I 

Johnston st interscts 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



A. A. A. greatest pain killer 
known. Hobart's sweet flavor- 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it. 



56 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



MACDOXNELL ST.— Continued. 
EAST SIDE 



WEST SIDE 



Vacant lots 
Kearns Patrick 



Private grounds 
Vacant house 
Park st intersects 

i 402 McCall John T 
Durham st intersects 

Private grounds 



Private grounds 
Private grounds 
Mack Street runs west from Alfred to Nelson, first south of Prh 



N ORTH SIDE 

Drennan Wm M 
7 Carmichael Wm D 
9 McGuln Ann (wid Daniel) 
13 White William J B 
is Putherland 'nines t 
17 Newlands William 



SOUTH SIDE 



Victoria Park 



Frontenac st intersects 



23 Harris Prof R Carr 
Private grounds 

31 Mills George 
Private grounds 

Private grounds 



Albert st 



Victoria Park 



Intersects 

Private grounds 
House, s e 



Main Streat runs norta-wesl from Colborne to Division, third west of 

Sydenham. 



ST SIDE 

House, b e 
'.i Be i >rge 

21 McGlll Archibald 
23 Aykroyd Overton 

' ilden William J 
■t Bai r Robert 
83 McCullough William 
J 
- ..in i leorgi 1 1 
39 Hunter John 
ii 'i hompson William 
i : Wlchol on Uexs nder 
45 Shaw Samuel 
it si.- d v lexander 
Vacant 

Mi i I in .1 i in W 



• t .T 

nuel -i 
n 

Tli'imns J 



WEST SIDE 

House, s e 
12 Ralrd Robert, jr 
1 1 Taylor Richard 
L6 Vacant 

Elllce st commences 
30 McCammon John 
34 Clenahan William 
86 < 'lenahan Thomas 

Vacanl lots 

\mi st commenoes 

|] Smith William 

Prtva te grounds 
ii Creeggan ' h 



hi road Interseots 

I'm-, ite grounds 



I teorge 
Vacant lot : 

ml 

10(a) Vacanl 



THE ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COM- 
PANY WILL ACCEPT FEMALE RISKS-FIRST-CLASS- AT 
THE SAME RATES AS MEN. WITHOUT EXTRA. BOYS 
OVER 14 YEARS OF AGE INSURABLE ON ANY PLAN. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



EAST SIDE 

35(a) Lytle John W 
41(a) Nicholson Thomas K 

House, s e 
Maitland Street runs north from th 

EAST SIDE 



WEST SIDE 

Vacant lots 
46 Kendall Hiram 
48 Bennett William C 

Bennett Mrs W C, groeci 

harbor to King, second cast of Barrie. 



WEST SIDE 
14 Skinner Mrs Annie 
Private grounds 
House, s e 

Market Square runs west from Ontario to King, between Brock and 

Clarence. 



Wharf 
13 Dunlop Miss Albina, boarding 
Collins, William S, rear 
House, s e 



NORTH SIDE 
City buildings 



SOUTH SIDE 

Stanley House 
6 "Vacant 

8 Lawless P F, grocer 
10 Hinds J R, soda water mnfr 
Iz Lyons Bros, hide dealers 
14 Lyons Charles, hotel 
16 Inland Revenue Office 
18 Franklin & Campbell, flour & feed 
20 Hughes & Son, farm implements 
Mooers H & Co, grain dealers 
Conboy W C, broKer 
York Co Loan & Savings Co 
22-24 Halladay Edward, saloon 
Roche H H, druggist 

Markland Street runs west from 2t0 Montreal to Patrick, fifth nor bh of 

Princess. 



Market 



NORTH SIDE 

House, s e 

Perryman John 

Seaton Richard 

St John's School grounds 

Sturgess Emanuel, carter 

Vacant house 
16 Whitehead John, carter 
20 Cassidy Andrew N 
22 O'Brien Timothy 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 
Vacant lots 

34 Ashley George E 

36 Kiiit,- John 

McGrath Mrs Ellen 
Bryant R William 
Simpson Mrs Jane 
Vacant house 



Miller's Lane runs west from Bagot to Montreal, second north of Bay 
NORTH SIDE SOUTH SIDE 



House, s e 
Clark Peter 
Hackett Miss Rose 
Kelly Mrs Mary 
House, s e 



House, s e 
Stable 
Sullivan's shop 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights'. Eyes fitted -for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



:>s 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



Montreal Street runs north from Brock to city limits, fifth west of the 

harbor 



EAST SIDE 

7 Ryan Edward, physician 

9 \ acant 
11 Deeks Charles H 
13 McConville Isobel, physician 
15 McCammon Mrs Mary A 
19 Byrnes & Sirr, dressmakers 
21 Mechanics' Institute 

Kingston School of Art 
25 Mundell John, physician 
Store, s e 



Princess st 



Store, s e 



35 Vacant 

39 Wilmot Nathaniel, blacksmith 

41 Milo T W, painter 

43 Milo Thomas \V 

47 Holder Mrs Sarah 



WEST SIDE 
Third Methodist Church 

A lane 
14 Macdougall Angus 

Macdougall M J, glove mnfr 

18 Moore "W J, machinist, bicycle 
dealer and repairer 

Store, s e 
intersects 

Store, s e 

26 Cannon G D, tailor 

28 Public School Board Office 
Public School Library 
Public School Inspector's Office 

30 Ching Lee, laundry 

32 Sarsfield George, shoemaker 

46 Albion Hotel 



Queen st intersects 



St Paul's Church 



Artillery Park 



Private grounds 



1 louse, s e 
Victoria Terrace 
1 Duval Prof Arthur l> 

2 Gallagher Thomas J 

3 Doyle Miss M A, private sch'l 
Doyle Joseph H 

4 Hinckley ( !apt Coleman 

5 Amey George W 

6 Madll] James A 

7 Malone Mrs Sarah 
Newham Thomas F 

104-112 Wellington Terrace 
104 Meagher Thomas K 
106 i >"\\ nej M rs Hester 
108 Chedlck Otto 

Downej Robert 
no i icki.'.v Thomas i : 
ii ! (Jrquharl Archibald 



i irdnance b1 Intersects 



Ms k Irkps trick Bamuel 
ii'.' i tonnell v Mr i Mai i \ 

120 II - Hi hi v 

121 tn» In Tin 

i ■ ■ Cli mi • -ii .1 

Mi \|n 
I " Pip, \\ ,H , II 

ipi ' M ' .1.1, a una 

i 17 Kan, Matthew 

i 19 i >1< i on Mrs \ nnle 



of Providence 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

AbSUKANCh COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON 



A Substantial Canadian Old 
Line Company. Has the best 
inducements for intending in- 
surers of any co'y in Canada. 



KINGSTON STRKKT I »l I4KCTORY. 



59 



131 
133 
135 
137 
141 
143 
145- 

149 
151 

1 .">.'! 
155 
157 

L.J 

167 
169 
173 
175 
181 

185 
187 
189 
207 
2U'J 
211 



EAST SIDE 

Bird Joseph 
Maloney John 
Webb Mis Julia 
McGlynn Mrs Annie 
Elmer Joseph 
Warren William H 
7 Haffner P A, grocer 



WEST SIDE 



House of Providence 



Strainge W G, grocer 
Turkington Joh.i C 
Rarnum Charles 
Bailie Thomas 
Vacant 
McDonald John A 

North st intersects 
Dunn Ambrose J 
Sullivan Mrs Catherine 
Sullivan Michael 
Hunter Peter 
Sulivan Michael, contractor 

Miller's lane ends 
Irwin Robert C 
Elliott Mrs Jane 
Murphy James 
Tyo Stephen 
jtaynier iSiis Mary A 
Diamond Charles 



Bay st intersects 

142 Hughes 



M F, baker 
144 Martin Mrs Mary A 
146 Choron Adolphus 
148 Vacant 



176 O'Connell Robert, shoemaker 

Vacant lots 

200 Griffin Joseph 

202 O'Reilly Felix 

206 Floody Alexander 

210 Sissons Joseph 

212 Sissons J & Co, general store 



Raglan road intersects 



213 Lemmon T & J, grocers 

215 Beecher George 

217 Driscoll John 

?19 Pbelan WiPipm 

221 Bell John, baker 

223 Percy John A 

225 Guirey John 

iuu McFarlane R N F, contractor 

245 O'Malley Miss Bridget 

247 McEwen Alexander 



216 Quigley James 
218 Gallagher Mrs Ann 
220 Branigan Edmund P 
222 Branigan E P, butcher 
224 Gallagher John J 

Markland st commences 
240 Maple Leaf Hotel 
246 Aldred Mrs Maria 

Vanalstine Jarvis, rear 
24^-250-252 Vacant 



John st intersects 



255 Corkey Malcolm, grocer 

257 Murphy William J 

259 Bennett Mrs Eliza 

271 Vacant 

275 Babcook Walter 

277 Babcook James 

279 Free John, carter 

279(a) Dupont Hippolyte J 

281 Reeves Daniel 

ioo Young David J 

2bS Bennett Hugh 

Sloan Miss Mary J 
297 Countryman Thomas W 
299 Doherty James 
301 Cook Joseph B 
30cs Sears E F, grocer 

Charles 



Vacant lots 



284 Robbs Ephraim 
290 McCann Mrs Mary 
292 Nugent Mrs Esther 
294 Clancy Thomas, butcher 
296 Cowley Peter 
304 Robbs Ephraim, butcher 
308 Allen R W, billposter 
Shaw James, grocer 
st intersects 



HOBART S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Agents for Knickerbocker 
Shoulder Braces. Sizes for 
men, women, boys and girls. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



.MONTREAL ST.— Continued. 

EAST SIDE 

305 Blair Mrs Julia 

307 Leaden Frederick A 

309 Frizzell Thomas 

311 Frizzell Robert 

313 Gow Walter 

uj-o Marvin Mrs Mary 

321 Greer John 

I udson James 

1 'unnin^ham William H 
IcCormack Thomas 
329 Devane Morrice 
331 Cullen Patrick 



WEST SIDE 
312 Tooher Thomas, grocer 

Private grounds 



326 Crumley Alexander 

u „j Palmer Mrs Nancy, boarding 

332 Monks Peter 

::::4 McCutcheon Thomas 

338 Sherratt Mrs Anna B 



James st intersects 



Vacant lots 



Rideau st ends 
I Wler Patrick 
669 St Patrick's Separate School 
675 Tallon John 
681 Caatledine Charles 
l ragh George 

John 
th Methodlsl Church 
769 Met ' ..[in. '!| Mu Catherine 
. snis .\iis a i i-.. grocer 
t •■'■tin. i ii Tli. .mas 
|.h 
Summerby .lames 
Druce John 

ipbell ai. \. grooer 

.n.i ii Robert 
Hunter Robert 

Mr I. \nti 

■ ick 

r R crossing 

\ I.I...I I \l i . Mi i \ \ 

i ;.iii.i fhei i Miii.-l 
\i.i...tt John 
1 1 .ii ii ombe Willi .m T 

i'ii k st. | 

Lambert \i lohael 
Burton ii 



356 McBride, Frank E 

358 Pound G D, baker 

358(a) Tilson Robert 

362 House of Industry 

390 Glasgow Robert 

398 Holder William 

402 Bucknell James 

104 White Thomas 

406 McDonald Mrs Bridget 

110 BdcKenty Alfred 

Stephen st commenc sr 
Campbell Harvey 
464 Kennedy James 
466 Shufflebotham Walter S 
468 Vacant 
480 Skelton Anthony 

Russell st commences 
576 Gorman Patrick 

Frontenac Public School 

K & P Ry car shops 

K A P Ry crossing 

Brady Mrs E, confections 

Potter Truernan 
680 Boakes James W 
684 Cuddeford Edw in J 
700 rloag John 

.niii.ii David 
740 [farmer James C 
770 i amber! Samuel 
77.- Fairbairn William 

Hicks. .ii ave commence! 
BOS Railroad Ho 

hi. i Trunk Railway Depot 

Canada Rallwaj News Co (ltd) 

Stevens Arthur 

i : T R orosalng 

N'.-ii ii m m. Margaret 

\i ich le James 

Nlchol ion ii i : Wallace 

Stevens William P 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ^insurance in force, - - $20,000,000 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. JISSESTS OVER 3,000,000 

S. R0UGHT0N, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. SURPLUS, 315,000 



KINGSTON STRKET DIRECTORY. 



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Nelson Street runs north from Johnston to Concession Road, third west of 

Alfred. 



EAST SIDE 



13 Douglas Brice 
15 Douglas Hugh 
17-19 \jntiiiishea 



Brock st ends 



Cooke Thomas 

Vacant house 

McDonell Aeneas D O 

Mack st ends 
137 Black Frederick 
141 Graham Joseph P 
149 Marsh William J 
loo Hyland John 
155 Clark Robert 
157 Vacant 

159 Dumbleton John W 
161 Bennett William 
165 Newlands John 
171 Davy Wm R 
173 ivicKaiie William G 

Princess st 

Store, s e 
195 Gunn Mrs Jane 

Private grounds 
207 I-angdon Wm, contractor 
209 Dix Capt Joseph 
211 Wilder oeorge 

York st ends 

House, s e 

Fair Grounds 



WEST SIDE 

Burke William S 

Fisher John 

Gunn Daniel H 
124 Camic William J 
126 Bruce Mrs Elizabeth 
128 Montgomery Samuel S 
130 Woods William H V 
132 Giddings Walter 
134 Kennedy Alexis 
138 Reid Thomas 
140 Carver John 
142 Mcllquham James 

Private grounds 

170 Follest William 

Williamsville Public School 
intersects 

St Luke's Church 
Reynolds Robert 
Bushell William J 

Langdon John 
Vacant lots 



North Street runs west from the river to Montreal, first north of Bay. 



NORTH SIDE 



SOUTH SIDE 



Railway Crossing 



"Vacant lots 



Vacant building 



House, s e 



Private grounds 

Barn 
House, s e 



Mosier John 
Page John D 



Rideau st intersects 



House, s e 
50 Farrell George 
54 Vacant 
56 Clark Francis 
62 Glancey Mrs- Mary A 
64 Mullen James 
66 Tetro Michael 
' House, s e 



Bagot st intersects 



Corrigan Daniel, grocer 
Vacant house 
Corrigan Patrick 
House, s e 



HOBART S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Our Stock is complete. 
Everything a Drug Store 
should have we keep. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



O'Kill Street runs west from 2t> Bairit- to King west. 



NORTH SIDE 

House, s e 
5 "Wilson J F, grocer 
Private grounds 

15 Vacant 

Vacant houses (2) 
House, s e 



A lane 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 

20 Hitchen Harry M 

Private grounds 



George st intersects 



Kingston General Hospital 
grounds 



House, s e 
40 Sly Alexander 
42 Irwin William 
44 Muckler William D 
48 Blackwell James \\' 
50 Herron John 
52 Regan Mrs Elizabeth 
64 Vacant 
66 Rogers Mrs Anna D 

Store, s e 

Ontario Street runs north from Wesl Street to Cataraqui Bridge, Qrsl 

west of the harbor. 



EAST SIDE 

Donnelly Salvage & Wrecking Co 
■ ■nnon Felix 

Water Works Pumping Station 
19 Vince William 

23 Thompson < ; ge R 

Klnchler Thomas m 
dcAuley Robert J 
29 1 1 n in Michael (estate of) 
::i Muckler Wm 



Kingston Foundry 



WEST SIDE 

8 Henderson John W 

Henderson Nicholas, artist 
10 Forrest Wm H 

Private grounds 
22 Dunnett William 

Browne Frank F T 

Private grounds 

32 Craig William G 



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:: Bulllvs o Mrs M 






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10 Magnet i lanlel 




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71 


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71; 


ii Mngnel Mi Jo eph 




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10 C Wm 






Thomp m Mi Ms 


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Shedden Co's stables 
Bouse, s e 
Union st Intern 

i0 Sullivan Mrs E, grocer 
\ I- ant 

i in 

uit 

i. Robert 
6S V i' ant 
Christmas Mrs Bella 

i nt 
st "\ enson Joseph 
Maw ley Mrs Elisabeth 

i nt 
Rooheford Alexander 
Andre peter 






ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY, 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



HAS THE LARGEST GOVERNMENT DE- 
POSIT OF ANY COMPANY IN CANADA, 
$100,000, BESIDES OVER $3,000,000 OF RE- 
SERVE ASSETS FOR POLICY HOLDERS. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



(Si 



EAST SIDE 



Canadian Locomotive & Engine 
Company (ltd) 



111 Corrigan John 
113 Corrigan Thomas 
121 Clancey Thomas 
125-7 Craig W G & 
grocers 



Co, wholesale 



"Warehouse 



G T R yards 



WEST SIDE 

84-6 Sharpe Mrs Elizabeth, grocer 

90 Erskine John, shoemaker 

yuVa jfitzgerald aviiss Louisa 

92 Bulger James 

94 Vacant 

96 Vacant 

98 Joyce John 
lUJ vai-ant 
106 Langley Henry 

•.irace Eawaru G 
108 House, s e 

Earl st commences 
Yard 
128-130 Carnovsky Wood Mnfg Coy 
134-6 Nicholson Thomas, butcher 



William st intersects 



G T R City Depot 

Richelieu & Ontario Navigtaion 

Company 
Hanley T & Sons, ticket agents 



City Yard 
144 Dublin House 
148 Revell Edward J, grocer 

O'Neill Michael J 

Vacant house 
150-2 Clark James 
lb4 Mines Rotert 
156 Vacant 
164 Western House 
168 Harris John 



Johnston st intersects 



171 Hendry J A, mnfrs agents 

Booth & Co (branch), coal and 
wood 
173 Storehouse 
175 Browne Jas & Co, whole liquors 

183 Robertson Geo & Son, wholesale 
grocers 

A lane 
Swift James & Co. coal 
189 Fenwick, Hendry & Co, wholesale 

grocers 
193 Sailors' Rest 
195 Vacant 



172 Anglo-American Hotel 

174 Twitchell Col M H, U S Consul 

17t> Vacant 

178-182 Hotel Frontenac 

184 Theobald J M, barber 

186 Bell Telephone Co 

188 Customs Examining Warehouse 

190 Robertson D S, broker 

192 Kingston, Portsmouth & Catar- 
aqui Electric Railway 

194 Kirkpatrick & Rogers, barristers 
Bawden Joseph, barrister 
Doran Mrs Frances, caretaker 

196-198 Folger Bros, bankers 



Clarence st intersects 



Kingston & Pembroke Ry Depot 
Canadian Pacific Railway Depot 
Bay of Quinte Railway Depot 



200 Snook T L, barrister 

202-4 Stanley House 

Market square commences 
City buildings 

Bank of British North America 
Stafford Reuben, caretaker 
Lanigan Andrew, caretaker 



Brock st itersects 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

I 15 PRINCESS STREET. 



Patent and proprietary 
Medicines. We keep your 
favorite remedies. . 



64 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



ONTARIO ST.— Continued. 
EAST SIDE 



Thousand Island House 
Kingston Milling Co 
K & P Railway stables 
Fire Station No 1 
Miller William 
Hall John, rear 
253 Gaskin Capt John 

Princess st intersects 



WEST SIDE 

22S Kennedy House 

234 Lachapelle Felix, barber 

236 Lamoureux Pierre, sec hnd goods 

240-242 Athletic House 

244-8 McRossie Wm, lumber 

250 West Wm S 

252 Gowdy James, butcher 



257 Ottawa House 

i'-ant 
261 Tierney James, grocer 
263 Oldrieve & Horn, sailmakers 

266 Vacant 

267 Gaudreau Zephyr, grocer 
269 McCarey Barnard, grocer 
275 Cockburn William 

277 Cockburn W & Sons, blacksmltliB 



Kingston Vehicle Co 



268 Burtch Ira 

270 Stansbury George A 

272-4 Maclean Andrew, whole grocer 

i:Tl Green Robert B 

Austin Richard H 
276 Millan D J. butcher 
278-84 Central Hotel 



M T Co's storehouse 



.■■ii i xmoghue I Charles, grain 
293 Tierney Patrick, grocer 



Vacant lotfl 



Tete 'in Ponl i lai i 



Queen st Intersects 

£86 Lake View House 
288 Cockburn John, steam/fitter 
290 Jennings Harry, shoemaker 
Leader Miss m, dressmaker 
292 Vacant 

294 Vacant 
298-300 Globe Hotel 
306 Donovan Michael 
308-12 Dominion House 
Barrack st Intersects 

Rathbun Co The, builders' suppl's 

Place d'Armes commences 
Sowards James, coal and wood 
Lalonde Joseph 
M T Co'i shipyard 
Dominion Boat Co. boat builders 
Knapp A C, boat livery 
Knapp Mis Mary \ 

Bowman Bros, collectors of toils 



Cataraqui Bridge 
Orchard Street runs north from Cataraqui Street, firs1 east of Rjdeau. 



BIDE 



adi 

Smelting irorki 

w a tchm i n 



WKST BIDS 

I raise. ^ ,. 

.' I. Llonde Pranoli n 
i I Master Brekiel, carter 
•'i Mahonej James 
8 Bcrut tor Edmund 

Private ground! 

River st commences 

Private groundi 



See i he popular 20-year survivorship disi rihu- 
t ion plan of the Ontario Mutual Life. The flnesl 
plan of insurance extant. The company wrote 
up nearly three million on it last year. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



05 



Ordnance Street run 



wot from Wellington to west of Barrie, third north 
of Princess. 



NORTH SIDE 

House, s e 
Barlow Thomas 
Taugher JVirs Margaret 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 

House, s e 



Gilbert Albert 
39 McEwen John F 
41 Campbell James 
43 Nelson William R 
45 Towers William J 
47 Burns Patrick 
49 Mallen Michael 



73 Bennett Robert J 
75 Deeks William W 
77 Mulleen Edward 

Murphy Mrs Margaret 

House, s e 



House of Providence 
107 Vacant 
109 and 111 Vacant 
115 McAvey. Andrew 
117 Van Winkel Nial 
119 Allen Mrs Elizabeth 
121 Manion James T 
123 Kelly James D 
125 McDonald Hector 



Store, s e 
135 Cockburn Wm, jr 
139 Ball Edward H 
141 Parent Napoleon 
143 McAvey Cnarles 
145 Tetro Lewis A 
147 Eves Daniel 
149 Aikin Patrick 



Frontenac Park 



Alma and York sts commence 
187 Ryan Mrs Elizabeth 



Rideau st intersects 

House, s e 



42 Mullen Patrick 
44 Daley Mrs Catherine 
46 McCormack Patrick 
48 Brouse Edward 



Bagot st intersects 

Private grounds 
76 Cummings Charles H 

Private grounds 
Montreal st intersects 

House, s e 

108 Crowley Mrs C W, grocer 
110 Crowley Charles W 
112 Wolfe Charles 
114 Elder Andrew A 
116 Kirkwood James 
118 Marchand Charles E 
124 Hastings Wm 

Sydenham st intersects 

House, s e 
134 Healey Patrick 
142 Vacant 
146 Lyons Patrick 
150 Vacant 
162 Davy William 

House, s e 



A lane 



W 
Clergy st ends 



House, s e 
178 Abernethy Wm 
184 Newlands Mrs Elizabeth S 

Newlands Alexander, contractor 
188 Gardiner James 
190 McBride Archibald 
192 McBride Samuel 
194 Stuart Joseph 



Barrie st intersects 



Noble James 
McCullagh Samuel 



Private grounds 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 



PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND FAMILY 
RECIPES ACCURATELY AND PROMPTLY DIS- 
I 55 PRINCESS STREET. PENSED. 



66 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



Park Avenue runs from Barrie to West across City Park. 

Park Street runs west from Victoria to MacdonneH, 2nd south of Princess. 

Not built on 

Patrick Street runs north from the junction of Balaclava and Alma to 

north of James. 



EAST SIDE 
House, s e 

17 Behan John J 



Vacant lots 
House, s e 
\ acant lots 

Vacant lots 



Markland st ends 



House, s e 
Private grounds 
Vacant house 

Charles st ends 
House, s e 
Private grounds 
House, s e 

James st ends 

Vacant Iota 

I hutch Enoch 



WEST SIDE 
Vacant house 
16 Bowles Airs Mary A 
18 Vacant 
Raglan road intersects 

Vacant lots 
Aiken Joseph, carter 
MeFadden Edward, carter 
Gollogly John 
Vacant lots 
John st intersects 

Gray G w. grocer 
Hunter William H 
84 Clarke Charles 
House, s e 

Quebec st commences 
Ryder John 
Kodwas txenry McD 
Robb John 

Pine st commences 
Store, s e 
Vacant lots 



Pembroke Street runs north from King to Union, eleventh wesl of Barrie 
first east of city limits. 



EAST SIDE 

Private grounds 
26 McDonald Roderick K 

2fi T. QClB 

Tracy W J. willow worker 
ii i m Idaon Thorn 



m Mom i ■■■ R Peter A 
bridge ' "'■ 



WEST SIDE 
Vacant lots 
HouRhton Isaac 
McNeil Nell 

Kenny Miss Sarah, grocer 
Kenny William 
Johnston Percy 
Davidson st intersects 

Mooney William S 

lilt l(>tS 



Picard Street, changed bo Raglan Road. 

Pine Street runs west From Patrick to Allied, second north of Raglan Road. 



M >KTH BIDE 
i Taylor Mri John grocer 
I Belch .i 1 1 

nnlng Charle - II 

7 Mel " >n ix-ii William \ 
in Robert W 
st Cathei Ine it i omm< 



BOUTH sum: 

Private ground! 

i Smith Sydnej M 
6 Short Edward 
i Bell John 
in Mcllroj William 



S. ROUGHTON, 

VACANCIES FOR GOOD MEN. 



District Representative of the 
Ontario Mutual Life Assurance 
Company. Office '51 Welling- 
ton street, Kingston. 



KINGSTON STKKKT MRKCTORY. 



67 



SOUTH SIDE 

15 Mcllroy John 
17 Blair W iiliam M 
19 Copley Thomas 
L7 Wood John W 

Cowdy st commences 
33 Svvanston Adam, baker 
35 Hebert Louis 
37 Clark William J 
69 \ an Luven uohn B 
71 Moon Charles, grocer 
73 Galloway Thomas 
75 Wood Samuel 
77 Sands Thomas 
79 Fitzgerald Wm J 
81 Godwin •■ an es G 
S3 Davies William 



NORTH SIDE 

12 Mallan Patrick 
16 Walker Duncan 
18 Butcher Mrs Jane 
22 Pollitt Francis W 
L'i i k>< iaeil i h orge 
26 King John 
28 Bushie Robert F 
3o Jackson i-nnip 



Vacant lots 



76 Jolliffe Jacob 
81 McCabe John 



Cherry st intersects 



85 Stevens Willard 
Private grounds 
99 Vacant 
101 Godwin Wm H 
103 Lane Benjamin 
Private grounds 
Stables 



House, s e 



Cordick Mrs Hester, grocer 
86 McDonnell Mrs Mary 

Easton Walter A 
98 Nisbet Duncan 
100 Godwin Alfred A 
102 David 7achariah 
104 Derry Wm D 

Zion Presbyterian Church 
106 Boyd Rev John D 

Store, s e 



Division st intersects 



House, s e 
145 Bloomfield Capt Wm 
147 McMaster Jo-nn H 
153 Campbell Mrs Eliza J 
155 Smeaton Thomas 
157 Gage Benjamin 
159 Hurst James 



House, s e 
142 Flltz William E 
144 Kearns Samuel 
146 Askin R Stanley 
148 Coburn William 
154 Hamilton Robert M 

Private grounds 



Lansdowne st intersects 



160 Merrison Mrs Ann 
175 Phillips Mrs Sarah 
189 Allen John 



York st ends 
Chatham st ends 
Private grounds 



Place d'Armesruns west from Ontario to Wellington, thirdnorth of Princess. 



NORTH SIDE 
Sowards James, coal and wood 

The Rathbun Company 

Liston John 
Kehoe John 

McCormack Patrick, coal & wood 



SOUTH SIDE 

12 Anson Frederick G 

16 Jenman J R, cab owner 

22 Marshall George 

Paradis Joseph 
26 Yeddow Henry 

Byrne Samuel 
28 t isher Hemy 
3' ; Vaca: t 



King st e intersects 



H0BART5 MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Perfumes, Tooth Brushes 
Toilet Preparations of all 
kinds, Sponges, Chamois, etc 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



PliACB D'ARMES- Continued. 



Hay Market 



Quinn Charles, coal and .vood 
Gaw R & Co, planing mill 
Camovsky B H. cabinet orna- 
mental work 

A lane 



House, s e 
48 Brown Richard J 
50 Brown Frederick 
48(a) Conley Henry 
54 Woodhead Thomas 

Riding School 

liurke Joseph 



House, s e 
Plum Street runs west from Barrie to Cherry, first south of Quebec. 



NORTH SIDE 
Turcott Nicholas 

JlMl j 

Vacant house 
Jenkin Mrs Margaret 



SOUTH SIDE 
McKee John 

Andre Treffley 



Princess Street runs west from the harbor to limits, and is the principal 
business street in the city. 



NORTH SIDE 
Atlantic dock 



Ottawa Hotel 



Ontario 
Kingston Vehicle Co, carriages 



37 Orr John L 
39 Barney l'.i-njamin, scrap Iron 
I! Smith Mis Klix.a, confections 

t:: i-"ifl''s Arthur '■'. eec hd Broods 
16 Fields Arthur E3, barber 
it Fahey Mrs m F, confectionery 
19 Staley Mrs Pellna, restaurant 
.".I Nolan Patrick; restaurant 
la ■ upstairs 

i icdonald harness 

56 Mui phj i . W, grocer 

King st i 
Bullivan Hon M . ph j slclan 
61 "mi: v Moore, mihllshers 

Kingston News (daily and weekly) 
Qi o, he rdware 

V I'M "t 

76 W'.rinu it h A, ( ',,. pi.ui.. tin; 

77 EBUIotl Bros, plumbers 

I i . idrj 
ii anl 
- : \\ addell 1 1 a hai • 

Mitchell W v hard 
v, i ' 'i" i ndoi ffei Blmon< cigar mnfgr 
'H m.i lormlcV \ i in |uors 

■ • . clothing 
I i John, hardware 



SOUTH SIDE 
Commercial dock 
Richardson James & Sons, grain 
Railway Crossing 

Vacant building 
House, s e 
st intersects 

Shop, s e 



McRossie Wm, lumber 
Wells C A. livery 
40 Nuttall George E, blacksmith 

A lane 
42-46 Model Steam Laundry 
44 Cunningham Charles 

t \ ' ; 1 1 " l ii t 

50 Dunlop James G 

"■_' Fisher Joseph H, grocer 

Intersects 

i [owland Bros, clothing 
64-f>f> Oberndorffer Bros, olgars 
68 Pritohard W ii. confectioner 

70 Paul \Y .1. tobacconist 

bfcGowan Thos, boarding house 
ii IClmer A E, barber 

rerrapln Hotel 
BO Kingston Fair, departm'tal store 
Kt Victoria Mall 
m i !amobell i Iros, hat tera 
-' ii. i i. r mi Johr A '"". booksellers 
U Taj lor i I Jo, drj goods 

■ Henderson Henry, photographer 

M \'i i"-i Francis, bookseller 



W'-ninKton st Intersects 



IF YOU OR YOUR FRIENDS THINK OF TAKING 
OUT LIFE INSURANCE CALL OR REFER THEM TO 
THE UNDERSIGNED AND HE WILL CHEERFULLY 
SUPPLY ALL INFORMATION ABOUT HIS COMPANY. 



S. ROUGHTON, 



DISTRICT 
AGENT 

ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



60 



NORTH SIDE 

loi Woods J C, fancy goods 

103-5 Sutherland J H, boots and shoes 

Sutherland Robert 
107 Roblin Mrs M A, corset mnfr 
109 Stroud Bros, teas and coffees 

Hawley Harry M 
111 Dillon Joseph & Son, shoes 

Ferrier George 
113 Mahood P S, fancy goods 
115 Hambly W H, hardware 
119 Spencer Bros, mercnant tailors 
121 Hiscock Joseph, grocer 

Johnston Miss M, dressmaker 
123-5 Hardy & Co, dry goods 
127 Offord George, sr, shoes 
131 Tweddell John, tailor 
133-37 City Hotel 

Jenkin W C T, livery 
139 Daly O W, dentist 
141 Standard Bank 
143 Spence & Co, millinery 
145 Johnston James & Co, shoes 



SOUTH SIDE 

100 Johnston A C & Bro, jewellery 
102 Silver Benjamin, clothing 
lub-iiu fcteciuy oi bieacy, my goods, 

rameia and oilcioths 
112 Unfinished 
j i \ acaj t 

116 Haines & Locket, boots and shoes 
118-120 Richmond & Co, dry goods, 

carpets and house furnishings 
122 Grand Union Clothing Co 
124 Mitchell E C, druggist 
126 Ashley W G, gents' furnishings 
128 McAuley Thomas, bookseller sta- 
tioner and bookbinder 
130 McFaul Robert, dry goods 
lii.i Vacant 
134 Vacant 

136 Rigney & Hickey, grocers 
138 Rigney & Hickey, liquors 
140 Crumley Bros, staple and fancy 
dry goods 



Bagot st intersects 



155 Hobart's Medical Hall, drug store 

G N W Telegraph Co (branch) 
157 Lambert Thomas, tailor 
159 Kirkpatrick Michael, pictures 
161 Elmer R H, barber 
163-65 Powell J W, photographer 
167 Hannay & Harold, Misses, milnrs 
169-71 Skinner H'y & Co, whl drug'sts 
173 Routley John, tobacconist 
175 O'Brien Alex, merchant tailor 
177-79 Dalton & Strange, hardware 
183 Smith Miss C C, millinery 
185 Chown A P. MD, druggist 
187 Robertson Bros, crockery 
189 Horsey R M & Co, hardware 
19'. Vacant 
193 Strachan Archibald, hardware 



156 Mahood George W, druggist 
158 Coates F W, jewellery 

Kingston Auxiliary British and 
Foreign Bible Society 

Uptown branch CPR Co's teleg'ph 
160 62 Walsh P J, dry goods 
164 Hickey M & Co, millinery 
I6t> Rees Alien J, coniectiouery 
168 Dick W J & Son, boots and shoes 
170 Laidlaw J & Son, dry goods 
172 Vacant 
176 Vacant 

178 Redden James & Co, grocers 
180 Vacant 

182 Crawford James, grocer 
184 Bernstein J E, clothing 
186 McLeod J B, druggist 



Montreal st intersects 



201 H'inter J J. tobacconist 
203-5 Windsor Hotel 

Healey Thomas J, barber 

209 Dutton Miss M, corset mnfr 
211 Simmons Bros, plumbers 
213 Singer Manufacturing Co, sew- 
ing machines 
Laishley Joel 
215 Vacant 

217 Karn D W & Co, pianos and or- 
gans 
219-21 Dolan Martin, harnessmaker 



200 Hoag F J, druggist 

y>2 Bee Hive cro^nery 

204 Baker R D, tobacconist 

206 Baker R D, gems' furnishings 

Kingston Launary 
^09 Walsh ^r"wi". tailor 
210 Guess L E, saloon 
212 Vacant 

214 Flett A G, merchant tailor 
216 Martin W C. saddlery hardware 

Martin C A. sign painter 
218 'Martin's Opera House 
ooo T T a-a-~t 
222 McLaughlin John, baker 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Lamps of all kinds, Burners, 
Chimneys, Globes and Shades 
of every description. 



7' i 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



PRINCESS ST.— Continued. 
NORTH SIDE 

223 Fokes E J, barber 
225 Sherlock J M, tailor 

Montgomery Robert, dyer 
227 Carroll & l», mercnaut tailors 
229-231 Chown C D, hardware 
233-35 Harrison T f Company, furni- 
ture dealers and undertakers 
A lane 
241-245 Oddfellows' Block 
241-43 Ockley Vincent & Sons, grocers 
245 Rathbun Co, flour and feed 
Oddfellows' Relief Association 
Kingston Business College 

Sydenham st commences 
251 Brame Henry, furniture dealer 

and undertaker 
261 Pipe Wm, wines and liquors and 

soda water manufacturer 
263-65 Marshall F C, furniture manu- 
facturer and upholsterer 
267 Sawyer W A, boots and shoes 
Allen Mrs W H, dressmaker 
Allen William H 
269 Davis James, shoemaker 
I )avis Jane (wid James) 
:7i Kelly 9 J. painter 
273 < tennon William, tailor 
l'77 Vacant 

Drennan w M, undertaker 
285 Pipe William 
289 McDonald Alexander, baker 
291 Morgan W J. veterinary surgeon 
Morgan Hugh 
tarbutt D J, locksmith 
Holman All ei t k 
297 Haffr.ei Christian, butcher 



SOUTH SIDE 

224 Osborne H A C, photographer 
226 Vacant 

225 Vacant 

228^-230 White E O, restaurant 

230y 2 Sparks R E, dentist 

23Z Meuley W H. drugyi^t 

236 Wood Bros, jewellery 

238 Asselstine Michael, woollens 

'iw nam er '£ a, ouiciier 

242 Runians N E, grocer 

246 Parkhill J Y & Co, produce 

248 Carruthers George, grocer 

254-56 Reid James, undertaker and 

furniture 
258 Kiugstou Conservatory of Music 
260 Telgmann's Music Emporium 
fed Boyd James 
264 Green Samuel, butcher 
266 Rowe Wyman E 

•it. i, .miss M, dressmaker 
268 Martin A R, grocer 
270 Johns T H. grocer, flour and feed 
L7H'., Bennett Mrs M J, dressmaker 
272 Vacant 
:"\ Walk, r Percy, fruits and confy 

ni:i .v- i in Lt. baroers 
2N2 Rertolini Felix, provisions 
284 Stratford Mrs Henry, grocer 

Registry office for Servants 
286 Sharp Henry, grocer 
288 Carson w H. confectioner 
290 Mcllquham Andrew, livery 
..<: i. umiM.it l. A Co, Bee rid goods 
294 Bell ( rjan «•<.• \ lano Co 

Jacobs Thomas F 
296 Welch E R A Son. marble works 



Clergy st Intersects 



si Andrew's church 






341 



Abramson A Bro, sec bnd goods 
O r— r Edward 
Orser Hoi 

iker 

I Coupei i • ' nlel, grocer 

7 H< nfi:- I : W tinsmith 

John, painter 

Clark J w blcycls repairer 
Andrew, shoemaker 

Bird Henry, bs rber 
W \°. grocer 



312-1 1 Algoma li. >use 

.'.if, Robb J* n '.-s. uut( b< r 

320 Carson John 

322 < larson i Iros, grocers 

324 I '.u 'son R J, \\ holesale grocer 

Ibramson J A Bro 
: to 1 1-'::; i ee, laundry 
332 < :i Imason Hotel 
.'.ii s. urn. his John, butcher 
::i>; Marrlson John 
348 SO Russell House 

ii urn. i p t, barber 
ti atford Henry, taxidermist 

Lewis Joseph, harness maker 
.8 Pillar wm. i. iii 



Parrlo at Intel 



YOU ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO EXAMINE THE 
ACTUAL RESULTS OF INVESTMENT POLICIES IN THE 
ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE. NO OTHER COMPANY'S RESULTS 
IN CANADA CAN EQUAL THEM. 'ASK FOR SOME." 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



KINGSTON KTRKKT DIRECTORY. 



71 



NORTH SIDE 

Young Men's Christian Associa'n 

Pennell Henry, caretaker YMCA 
379 Jenkin John, contractor 
381 Powers Walter 

Jenkin Mrs Mary, rear 
3S3 Downey mrs Mary j 
385 McDermott James 
:;s; Storms Mrs Sarah 
389 Kingston Rag & Metal Co 
393 Ellison Hermann 
.,:•.> Hop l^ee, laundry 
397 Young George, boots and shoes 

McBratney Hugh, stone dealer 
405 Fee S H, physician 
407 Campbell Thomas 

Campbell Robert, hay dealer 
411 Corbett William 
413 Vacant 
421 Vacant 



SOUTH SIDE 
366 Vacant 
368 Vacant 

370 Schofield James, baker 
372 Vacant 

374 Drury Wm, coal and wood 
378 Patterson Mrs Elizabeth 
380 Laturney Mrs Ellen 
382 Alderdice Hugh 
^84 Eward Frederick W 
386 Vacant 
388 Vacant 

390-92 Laturney James, carriages 
394 Brown George L 
396 Vacant 
400 Vacant 



412 Girvin Robert J 



435 Pillar Mrs Frances 

437 Jones James H 

443 Hamilton Samuel 

445 White Mrs S B, dressmaker 

449 Smith Joseph A B 

451 Prittie Thomas 

453 Boyd Joseph R 

455 Livingston Wm J 

457 Henderson Hiram M 

459 Bib by Frederick A 

4>~1 Gibson David 

471-3 McDowall R J, pianos 

475 Vacant 

477 McCrea Thomas W 

479 Burns Mrs Rachel 

481 McCrea T W, carriages 

49:-". P.earance Alexander 

495 Gibson Miss Margaret 

497 Bates Mrs Jane 

4'.'& La Croix Henry A 

501 McDowall Mrs Henrietta 

503-5 Thornton Mrs R C. grocer 

Chatham st commences 
521 Ash John B 
523 Blake Colburn 
525 Grant Aichibald 
527 Jarvis William 



Division st intersects 

424 Abernethy F E, millinery 

Abernethy Miss A, dressmaker 
426-436 Vaughan Terrace 
426 Abernethy Mrs Elizabeth 
428 Purdy Elijah B 
430 Strachan ivjrs Nellie 
432 Carnovsky Byron H 
434 Branigan Dennis P 
436 Dunbar John 
450 Duff Col John 



Private grounds 

University ave ends 
490 Vacant 



500 Mooers George 

502 Livingston Charles 

506 Newlands George, contractor 

520 Bermingham Mrs James 

522 Kennedy Wm H 

52* Vacant 

526 Hinds James R 



557 Osborne Herbert A C 
559 Oould James A 
563 McBride Joseph 
565 Jackson Edward P 
567 Laplant Frederick 
569 Bryant Robert 
571 Vacant 
573 Graves William D 



Alfred st intersects 

554 Adams Mrs M E, mililnery 

Adams James 

Vacant lots 
558 Hentig Mrs Sarah A 
560 Potter James S 
562 Gibson Wm H 



Vacant 
Frontenac st intersects 



lots 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



A. A. A. greatest pain killer 
known. Hobart's sweet flavor- 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it. 



72 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



PRINCESS ST.— Continued. 
NORTH SIDE 
601 Patterscn David J 



SOUTH SIDE 



Vacant lots 
Albert st intersects 



619 Bailey Henry, grocer 
621 Middlelon Mrs Susan 
>,.:: Bushey .Mrs Alice 
627 <;ates Joseph 

■ lardiner Jacob J 
631 Carter Thomas C 
633-5 Carter Mrs. Margaret, grocei 



Princess St Methodist Church 
622 Hawken Mrs Ann J 
624 Hutchison David A 
628 Mcllquham Andrew 
630 Sims Rev Albert 
632 Brown M J, physician 

Vacant lot 



639 Reid Mrs Mary 
641 Vacant 

647 Lougher Henry, 



Nelson st intersects 

I Williamsville School 

668-70 Carnovsky T R, baker 
baker Post Office 

Victoria st intersects 



665 

657 
661 

665 
667 
669 
671 
673 



681 
687 
783 

791 

Mil 
809 

Ml 
R27 



Rescorla Edwin 
Bryant Mrs Caroline 
fcraser Wm A, grocer 
Tarrant John 

int 
Vacant 

i iit 
McPherson Robert 
Woodhouse Mrs Elizabeth J 
Bell Geo W, veterinary surgeon 
Smith st commences 
Patterson KoDert W 
m.i n [and Miss Jessie A 
Macdonald John A 

ant 
Harpell Francis J 
Praeer John w 
Lee William 
Jones -Mis Margaret 
Moore Joseph 

Tower st commences 
McQulre Anthony, drover 
Willis Hugh 

i nt 
Murphy William »; 
John w 

n John 

Thomas 

tor 
Bath road 



Williamsville Hotel 
680 Walsh Michael 

Vacant lots 

716 Spankie "William 
720 Hamilton William L 
730 Saunders John 

Macdonnell st ends 
768 Doyle Wm. cattle dealer 
772 Couper Mrs Agnes 
776 Couper I tanlel 
826 Metcalfe J ii 
834 Haffner Christian 
840 Blakey Alfred 
842 Vacant 

844 Daly W J. grocer 
846 Creamer Edward 

Regent st ends 

868 Lasher Mrs Henrietta 

'.'i i Fallon I >omlnlcki grocer 



Intersects 



City limits 



i J W. hotel 



Breden Mrs Amelia 
Purdy John 



Quebec Street inns wesl from Patrick to Division, flrsl south of Pine 
N< >utii BIDS BOUTS BIDE 

Pi i : les 

i Real* b William B 



THE ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COM- 
PANY WILL ACCEPT FEMALE RISKS-FIRST-CLASS- AT 
THE SAME RATES AS MEN, WITHOUT EXTRA. BOYS 
OVER 14 YEARS OF AGE INSURABLE ON ANY PLAN. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON STRKKT 1)1 HK( TORY. 



73 



NORTH SIDE 

16 .Tonkin Walter C t 
Hudders Thomas H 
Smith Daniel 



Private grounds 



House, s e 

Gunn Mrs Sarah A 



Private grounds 



SOUTH SIDE 

6 Beech Charles 
8 Delph James P 
12 Dehaney Thomas 
14 McGall Mrs Mary 
16 Davis Louis 
18 Pettigrew Alexander D 
Young Henry a. 
Graham Thomas 



Cherry st Intersects 



W 



Stanley Terrace 

1 Bevan Frederick 

2 Boyd Thomas 

3 Vacant 

4 Crallin Edward 
Vacant lots 

Chestnut st ends 
78 Millard Wm J 
80 Mitchell William 
82 Hughes Henry 
84 Vacant 
86 Hanscombe Wm 
88 Shultz W Frank 
House, s e 



M 



Queen Street runs west from the harbor to Division, first north of Princess. 

NORTH SIDE | SOUTH SIDE 

M T Co's wharf Wharf 

Montreal Transportation Co Crawford Robert, coal and wood 

Ontario st intersects 



Lake View House 
11 Tighe Michael, blacksmith 
19 Kingston Light, Heat & Power Co 
29 Hagan James 



Central Hotel 
Crawford's coal sheds 
Thompson Mrs Hannah 
St Lawrence Hotel 



King st intersects 



Street Railway sheds 
53 Wright G A, machinist 
55 Harrigan John, blacksmith 
57 Keyes William 

McWhinney Thomas J 
63 Switzer Peter 
65 Miller Charles 
67 Derbyshire Eugene 
69 Gallagher Francis J 

Anderson Mrs Jane 



McDermott J F, carriage mnfgr 
54 Vacant 

Kane C J, blacksmith 
Shop, s e 



Wellington st interescts 



Dunn Thomas, grocer 
75 Clayburn Joseph T 
77 Lee George w" 
79 Wootton James 
81 McGuire Thomas 
85 Bastow Jeremiah G 



Store, s e 
72 Bristow William 



82 Staley Mrs Delpha 
84 Quinn Owen 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



QUEEN ST.— Continued. 



87 

89 

91 

93 

95 

97 

101 

103 

105 

107 



125 



131 
133 



NORTH SIDE 
Angrove Henry, shoemaker 
Angrove Bros, machinists, rear 
Vacant 

Patterson Miss Ellen 
Donoghue Timothy J 
Vacant 

Folger Frederick A, jr 
Vacant 

Doyle Michael 
Hagerty Mrs Ellen 
Ross James D 
Salvation Army Barracks 



SOUTH SIDE 

86 Laidley S G, harnessmaker 
88 Oberndorffer Simon 
92 Irish Albert W 
94 Stewart Alexander 

100 Tweddell James 
102 Brown Johnston 
104 Byrnes Mrs Mary 
108 Robinson Thomas D 
110 Weller Miss Rebecca A 
114 Beaudry Louis 



Bagot st intersects 



McGuire P H, marble works 
Doran Daniel 
Doran John 
Jarvis Miss Eliza 
Wescott William 



St Paul's Church 



157 Power Mis Charlotte 
159 Perceval Mrs Harriette 
161 Harding Hugh C 
L63 ' iray James r 
ftlvle Cap! Q H 
Benson William 
167 Wath.-n William J. 

176 Hunter A Harold, contractors 

177 i lornelius Capl John 

178 R a Frederick 9 

• ■ant 
House, s e 



124 Lenea Mrs Sophia 

128 Vacant 

130 King Norris \V 

132 Phillips Mrs Matilda 

136 Mendel Isodore 

138 Abbott Robert B 

140 Boran Philip 

146 Vacant 

148 Angrove Thomas B 

House, s e 
Montreal st intersects 

Albion Hotel 



Private grounds 

201 S rj D 

mds 

211 Smith Re\ Thoi 

Wm B 

i ii i wm .r 



n si Mi thodlsl Church 



164 Horsey Mrs Mary A 

Private grounds 
170 Spence R A, contractor 

Private grounds 
182 Ki.hl Mrs Anne 
M Pense James P 

Kidd John, carriagemkr, rear 
is-; I (river Thomas 

l louse, s e 
Sydenham st Intersects 

196 R( es Allan .1 

L9S Wilson William 

■- M.i'nm James s R 

202 Wilson Thomas C 

210 Burton John V 
212 Taylor Edward .1 
116 Ballej Mrs Maggie 
10 w ilker John B 
22 1 < 'h rlsley Wm. cab on w r 
226 Barr Roberl 



Clergy st Intel 



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1 1 hei Im 
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ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSUKANCt COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON 



A Substantial Canadian Old 
Line Company. Has the best 
inducements for intending in- 
surers of any co'y in Canada. 



KINGSTON STK'KKT DIRECTORY. 



75 



NORTH SIDE 

251 Davis John 

253 Marshall James, carter 

259 Mouck Henry R 

263 Jacob Mrs Mary 

267 Hartley John 

269 Vacant 

271 McFaul Robert, sr 



SOUTH SIDE 

254 Perry Harriet J 

258 Dunphy Edward J 

260 Vacant 

262 Vacant 

264 Ball Mrs Emma 

266 Moore John M 

268 Kearns William 



Barrie st intersects 



273 Fee William 
275 McGall James 



279 Waters John 

281 Shannon Samuel 

283 Ada William E 

285 Catholic Apostolic Church 

O'Shea Mrs Sophia 
289 Chown Arthur 
299 Bailev Wm & Co, broom mfrs 
309 Lytle Mrs Alice 
311 Gardiner Mrs Jane H 

Chapman st commences 

Queen Street School 
329 McCammon William 
331 Jones Mrs Catherine 
333 Pipe William, jr 

Pipe Mrs Wm, dressmaker 
335 Salsberg Hyman 
337 Chapman Elisha F, grocer 



282 Gibson J F, physician 

286 Mills Mrs Annie 

288 Switzer Mrs A, boarding 

290 Jones Owen 

292 Sutherland Samuel G 

294 Flanders George W 

296 Reid Samuel 

300 Sands Mrs Emma 

302 Sands John S 

304 Ilett John 

306 Woodrow Wm H 

308 Burke Northcote J 

310 Cosby Mrs/ Jane 

312 Denn Mrs Elizabeth 

316 Lake Wm, contractor 

318 Allan Mrs Sarah 

320 Comper George 

Private grounds 
328 McCaig Neil 
338 Cotman George 



Raglan Road runs west from 164 Rideau to Division, second north of Bay : 



NORTH SIDE 

Stanford Mrs Mary 
6-8 Vacant 
10 Flanagan John 

Vacant lots 

Maloney Miss Ellen 
Store, s e 



House, s e 
Middleton Henry 
Reilly John 
Store, s e 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 

Barn 
House, s e 



Bagot st intersects 



House, s e 
Goldstein Jacob 
Foden James 
House, s e 



Montreal st intersects 



House, s e 
Smeaton Charles 
Gallivan Michael, carter 
97 Tucker Thomas 
99 McCarthy Maurice 
101 McCullough Robert T 



Store, s e 

Tetlock John 

Sydenham st ends 

Vacant lots 
96 Davison Charles S 
98 Carnegie John B 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, Sh * 9 u ?£ s r 

155 Princess Street. 



for Knickerbocker 
Braces. Sizes for 
men, women, boys and girls. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



RAGLAN ROAD.— Continued. 
NORTH SIDE 

103 Powell Charles H 

105 Powell Mrs Mary- 
Private grounds 

111 Stanford Edward 
Private grounds 

123 Derush William 
Vacant lots 



SOUTH SIDE 

LOO McAdoo Mrs Sarah 
102 Scanlon John 

Redan st ends 
ll.' Eggleton James 
114 Burton Samuel 
124 Turkington William 
House, s e 



Patrick st intersects 



Vacant lots 
Whitehead Joseph 
149 Jarrett William T 



House, s e 
L50 Wilson Walter 
152 Wilson William 
154 Munis Mrs Catherine 

House, s e 



155 Massle William 

157 Turner James 

Naylon Capt John 
Scott Capt William 



Private grounds 

Lennon Mrs Margaret 

Redan Street rui 

EAST SIDE 
House, s e 

9 Gray Samuel J 

Win 
16 Cavanagh Mrs Elizabeth 
illon Patrick 
I [oUMi 



Barrie st intersects 

House, s e 
Private grounds 
Chambers Charles J, carter 

York st intersects 
Main st intersects 

House, s e 
House, s e 
north From Balaclava t<> Raglan Road. 

WEST SIDE 



Vine st ends 



House, s e 
8 Spencer Ralph 
8 Spenoer Mrs Maria 
LO Dougall Alfred A 

12 Maxani Mrs .M;u> C 

1 1 Tyo Capl Steptu D 

Ifl Ai | 'ill 

House, s e 



Regent Street run-. ih From Johnston to Princess, third north of Vic- 

1 1 iria. 



I \3T SIDE 

mis. mail. 



WEST SIDE 

Wellborn W 111 

England Thomas, market garden 

I. in.! i W 1 || i: 



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ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



INSURANCE IN FORCE, 
ASSESTS OVER - ■ 
SURPLUS, - • 



$20,000,000 

- 3,000,000 

315,000 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



Rideau Street runs north from Barrack to Montreal, fourth west of the 

harbor. 

EAST SIDE WEST SIDE 



1 Donaldson Joseph R 
7 Long Charles E 
11 Watts John W 
15 Armstrong Francis 
17 Seaton Richard 
21 Rankin Mrs Ann J 
23 Halligan Thomas 

Meagher Gerald C 
25 Jaquith Isaac 
27 Nuttall George E 
29 Vacant 

31 Claxton Matthew H 
35 Thomson Thomas 



Hunter John, grocer 

2% Vacant 

4 Simpson Bernard 

6 Feeney Thomas 

8 .Millar George 
10 McGinnis Thomas J 
12 Goyotte Charles 
14 Murray Francis 
16 Marshall Robert 
18 Madden Michael 
20 Murray Joseph 
24 Carey Thomas C 
38 Dunlop James M 



G 



Ordnance st Intersects 



Taugher Mrs Margaret 
Joyce W J, butcher 
47 Bajus Mrs Grace 
57 Sharman Jacob M 
61 Noonan Capt Daniel 
63 Shanks Thomas J 
65 Macdonald John 



83 Anderson Robert S 
85 Nolan Mrs Ann 
91 Shanahan Miss Mary A 
99 Vacant 
101 Garvin Michael 

Page John D 

Mosier John 



50 Gilbert Albert 

52 Daley James 

54 Daly James 

56 Maxwell George W 

58 Cannem William 

Cataraqui School 

Wilson Joseph, contractor 



Bay st intersects 



80 Murphy Mrs Daniel, grocer 

82 Murphy Daniel 

94 Doolan Jeremiah 

96 Dunlop Capt Andrew 
102 Doyle Patrick 

Austin James, shoemaker 
116 Boutillier Amos S 



North st intersects 



Vacant lots 



Vacant building 
142 O'Neill Patrick 
144 Walsh Robert 
148 Keating Patrick 
150 Mclntyre Sergt Wm J 
152 Nelson John 
154 Boynton Milton J 
196 McGlade Capt Peter 
158 McAdoo Alexander J 
160 Murray John 
162 Vacant 

Raglan road commences 
164 Vacant 
168 Osier Charles H 
170 Mallen James 
172 Wanless William A 
176 Harrison T J, contractor 
-,o„ -^ Corrigan st commences 

180 Davis Robert 
182 Davey George 
184 Dunlop James A 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Our Stock is complete. 
Everything a Drug Store 
should have we keep. 



78 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



RIDEAU ST.— Continued. 
EAST SIDE 



Vacant lots 



251 Foote John 

Private grounds 



WEST SIDE 
186 Baker George 
188 Davis John 
190 Watson William J 
192 Bourdeau Baptiste 
194 Bourdeau James 
196 Costello Alexander 
198 Bryan Price G 
200 Williamson Frederick M 

Dufferin st commences 
200(a) Emmett Maitland L 
202 Lowe William 
204 Pound J Wesley 
212 Cooper Henry A 
214 Sloan Robert 

Charles st commences 
258 Cunningham Daniel 

James st commences 
264 Wilson George H 
266 Wilson Mrs Ann 



Cataraqui st intersects 
Imperial Oil Co 

Deane Mrs Margaret, grocer 



Private grounds 



River st ends 
Carrlngton J J, tanner 
Potter John 
Hanley William 
John 

Lambert William 



'i-kburn John 
1 Marshall Mrs Emma 
6 Cass Mrs Annie 
8 Keates Thomas 
12 Pickering W H, grocer 
14 McNeill William J 
36 Clarke Frederick W 
40 Holland George A 
12 Bryant James 
1 1 MrLachlan John 
16 Sunt h .lames 
is Ron 

SO Hubbard Charles H 
52 Vacant 
". I I 3egg I'Mmund 
56 Smiley John 



River Street runs weal from Orchard to Rideau, flrsl north of Cataraqui. 



N< >RTH si l >E 

m.i ntyre John B 

iii n 
i Ington Joseph J 



s. utii SIDE 

Private grounds 

• >\ id 

Skinner's itorShOUM 
Railway Pi 



Russell Street runs wresl from 180 Montreal to Division, tenth north o 

Princsss. 



NORTH BIDE 
Btone 

I lllfi' \ 

ml bUlldll 

\i- Quald i 'Mi 



sni tii BIDE 

ii.' 

\ . I i I II t lots 

i" Mom i i'ii' Thorn 
12 Wi 
ii Vacant 



flNTAR MUTUAL LIFE has the largest government de 

"iflAN COMPANY P0SIT 0F flNY COlylPANY IN CflNflDfl - 

n«„«.?Si R ™ rSSJl A "l' nu $100,000, BESIDES OVER $3,000,000 OF RE- 
S. R0UGHT0N, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. SERVE ASSETS FOR POLICY HOLDERS. 

KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 7!) 

NORTH SIDE SOUTH SIDE 



McQuaid William 
Gray Capt John 
Dinsmore Charles 
Keegan Barnard 
Delaney William 
Vacant house 
Private grounds 



16 Skelton John 

18 Dennie Everest 

20 O'Brien John, carter 

32 Killeen Patrick, carter 

34 Smith James B 

36 Killeen Patrick 



Simcoe Street runs from the harbor to King, third east of Barrie. 

EAST SIDE WEST SIDE 

Arniel Samuel J Coffey Robert, boat builder 

Sharman T N, boat builder 32 Drummond John A K 

Booth & Co's wood yard 34 Cameron Mrs Marian 

House, s e 
Vacant lots 

Sixth Street runs west from east of Chatham to Alfred, fifth north of Prin- 
cess. 

NORTH SIDE SOUTH SIDE 

3 Hall Thomas J , House, s e 

Titus Mrs Catherine Vacant house 

Chatham st intersects 

Private grounds r Saunders Benjamin 

House, s e House, s e 

Smith Street runs north from Princess to South Bartlett, first west of 

Victoria. 

Not built on 

South Bartlett Street runs west from Victoria Street, first north of Prin 

cess. 

NORTH SIDE SOUTH SIDE 

Bell Geo W, veterinary surgeon I Smith st ends 

Stanley Street runs west from Division to Alfred, first north of Pine. 



NORTH' SIDE 



House, s e 
King Thomas 



SOUTH SIDE 

House, s e 
Private grounds 



Lansdowne st intersects 



Strachan Mrs Jane 

Miller William 

King William Private grounds 

Vacant house 

Kingswell Charles 



HOBART S MEDICAL HALL, 

I 15 PRINCESS STREET. 



Patent and proprietary 
Medicines. We keep your 
favorite remedies. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



St. Catherine Street runs north from Pine, first west of Patrick. 



EAST SIDE. 
House, s e 
5 Munro James 
7 Dillon Benjamin 
9 Lalonde Antoine J 
11 Vanalstine Richard B 
13 Mcllroy Wm J 
15 Walker Marcus C 



WEST SIDE 
House, s e 
6 Davis George A 
8 Strachan Thomas M 
10 Davidson Wm 
12 Adams Mrs Elizabeth M 
14 Germain Daniel 
16 Campbell William R 



Stephen Street runs west From tl<> Montreal, ninth north of Princess. 



NORTH SIDE. 
Private grounds 

Gissing Albert A, coal oil 
Wilson Thomas J 
Thornton Arthur T 

13 Bryant J Wesley 

15 Buse Joseph 

21 Cauley Joseph 

23 Taylor Mrs Ann 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 
6 Smith Samuel 

Vacant lot 
10 Scruton James 
12 Vick David A 
14 McPhee Robert 
16 Robertson John 
18 Costello Samuel 
20 Chrisley John 
22 McKenna James 
24 Henry David 



St. Lawrence Avenue runs north from Rang to Stuart. Ith w. of Barrio. 

WKST SIDE 



EAST SIDE 
Holman Frank 
Knapp Andrew H 
Gilbert Mrs Jane 
House, s e 



Private grounds 
Allen Capt James F 

Vacant lots 



Stuart Street run- weed from 80 Barrie to Albert. 



NORTH SIDE 
. s e 

Arch st. commences 



■■ grounds 



University ave 
House, s e 
i"i Mathewson John P 

Im It II 

i"7 Kennedy m i i [sa bells 

109 Tattle John 

in Mi.-,, William J C 

112 Wilmol ii k. contractor 

i IS Row Rob< ■ ' 

1 17 Phippen Miss B 

homas if 
Wlllinm 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 
10 Carroll Robert 
18 Hopwood Walter 
20 Mooney Thomas 

< leorge st. ends 
Kingston ( leneral Hospital 

Third .!.,,>>• s, M I >. med supt 

100 Richardson Mis Susannah 
102 Richardson Henry w 
. Inters* 

Private grounds 



than Patrick 

lis Webster Mrs Mary 
illen Mrs Man \ 
124 Hysop Mrs Jans 
i !6 Madden Patrick .i 

L22 1 i©j le . i oils 

St I. a u r. QCS avi' . rids 
Kirhy William K 



popular 20-year survivorship distribu- 

The 



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t ion plan of t he Ontario Mutual Life. The finest 

plan of insurance extant. The Company wrote 
up nearly three million on it last year. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



81 



Sydenham Street inns north from West to Raglan Road, but not open 
from Brock to Princess, third west of King. 



EAST SIDE 

9 Britton Byron M, QC 
13 Folger Miss Marion 
15 Folger Fred A 
17 Franklin Joseph 
19 Machar John M 
23 McMahon John 
House, s e 



Carruthers John B 



61 McKay John 
53 Hadder Harold 
65 Welch Thomas G 
67 Bibby Thomas H 
69 Rice Miss Harriet 
House, s e 



WEST SIDE 

16 Brock Rev James 
28 Mclntyre John, QC 
30 McLeod Mrs Helen 
32 Smith Mrs Mary 
34 Merrick Mrs Mary P 
36 Davis Mrs Mary A 



Earl st intersects 

| Robertson Mrs Euphemia 

William st intersects 

First Methodist Church 
Grundy William J, sexton 

A lane 

72 Power Joseph W 

74 Baxter Miss Jane 

76 Innes Mrs Isabel H 

78 McNab Francis 

Johnston st intersects 



Hotel Dieu 

Orphanage of the Hotel Dleu 



Vacant lots 



House, s e 
Brock st intersects 
Not open 
Princess st intersects 



Oddfellows' Block 
Oddfellows' Relief Association 
Kingston Business College 

145 Robinson M W, bicycles 

147 Cunningham David, physician 

149 Gleeson James W 

151 Barrons Samuel F 

157 Frost Edward 

159 Hopkirk John E 



Store, s e 

Brame's storehouse 

150 Vacant 

152 McLennon Mrs John, boarding 



161 McKay John B 
163 Callaghan Daniel 
171 Thomson Mrs Susan 
173 Gould Joseph S 
175 Vacant 

177 Barton Alexander 
179 Branch Joseph 



160 Gowdy James 
Queen st intersects 



Central School 

209 Routley William K 
211 Aubin Mrs Mary J 



166 Mundell D E, physician 

Colborne st commences 
Devonshire Terrace 
1 Brough Albert E 
2 Thompson Frank 

3 Paynter William J 

4 McDeod Mrs Mary 

5 Vacant 

6 Vacant 

7 Miller Matthew 
212 Sinclair Miss Charlotte 

Ordnance st intersects 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, Ph F ^ 



icians' Perscriptions and 
Family Recipes Accurately 
I 55 PRINCESS STREET. and Prompt | y Dispensed. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



SYDENHAM ST.— Continued. 

CAST SIDE 
221 McDonald Hector, shoemaker 
223 Lynn Joseph E 
225 Vacant 
237 Campbell Albert 



House of Providence Grounds 



243 McLeod John 



Bay st 
North st ends 



263 O'Neil Arthur 
269 Gray George 
271 Grogan Mrs Catherine 
275 Nolan John 
277 Shangmw Win P, carter 
279 Thompson Andrew 
281 Vacant 

283 Simmons Alfred M 
285 Martinelli Luciano 
Vacant lots 



WEST SIDE 
Keene W H, grocer 
214 Parkin George H 
216 O'Connor Daniel 
218 Vacant 

220 Bates Capt Daniel 
222 Staley Horatio S 
224 Clayton Edward J 
226 Geach John 
242 Meek William 
244 Campsall Wallace P 

intersects 

Balaclava st commences 
246 Kane Thomas M 
256 Irwin Capt John 
258 Eddington George 
260 Smith T Wesley 
262 Brown Mrs Sarah J 
264 Cambridge Henry 
266 Clenahan John 
270 Ferryman Thomas C 
272 McMillan Malcolm 
276 McKegney John, carter 
278 O'Neil James 
280 Kendall Mrs Mary 
288 Kellv Henry 



Toronto Street runs ninth from Johnston, first west of Victoria. 



EAST SIDE 
Strachan David 



WEST SIDE 

McKenzie Donald 
Vacant bouse 



Tower Street nms north from Princess, Becond west of Victoria. 

Not built on 

Union Street East runs west from the harbor to junction of Bagot and 

Wesi . se\ enl h wrest of Princess. 



NORTH BIDS 

It Drj D 

rter 



Btore, s e 



SOUTH siDi': 

Canada Drj Dock 
Kingston Foundry 

Ontario st Inter 



Fohn 

b and 1 

tory 

a lane 

1 1 ,. . 



< fanada t >ry i ►oc* i tfnoa 
80 Stale? < !harie 1 1 

rveau Loula J 
84 Kehoe Joseph 
88 i tordon Qeoi 

mi 

10 Palmer Timothy 
i • Dyon Francla 
i [ouse, 

Kinir st Intern 



S. ROUGHTON, 

VACANCIES FOR GOOD MEN. 



District Representative of the 
Ontario Mutual Life Assurance 
Company. Office 1 51 Welling- 
ton street, Kingston. 



'KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



83 



NORTH SIDE 

House, s e 
67 Little William W 
69 Crysler Mrs Eunice 
75 Illsey Charles 
81 Power Thomas R P 
85 Hunter John 
89 Begg Mrs Annie 



SOUTH SIDE 

House, s e 
68 Strange O S, physician 
74 McManus John 
82 Robertson T McKean 
84 Kinghorn John 
86 Low Edward W 

Vacant lots 



Wellington st intersects 

House, s e 
93 Hewitt Thomas 
101 Breck Luther W 
103 Cappon Prof James 

105 Vacant House, s e 

107 Vacant 

Vacant, rear 
ill Murphy John B 
115 Macnee Miss Ethel W 

Union Street West runs west from 162 Barrie to city limits, 



NORTH SIDE 

House, s e 
15 Dupuy Miss Fanny 
17 Richmond Mrs Jane E 
19 Tweed William A 
21 Barlow Thomas 
23 Skinner James A 
27 Madden Mrs Elizabeth 

Leronge William J H 
29 Watt Robert 
31 Derry Patrick 

Wade's lane commences 
35 Reid Paul 
51 Reid M P, grocer 

Division st commences 
61 Crumley Edward 
65 Reid James E 
67 O'Brien Laurence 
75 Children's Aid Society and Creche 

Orphans' Home 



SOUTH SIDE 
House, s e 

St James' Church 

Arch st ends 
30 Jones Francis W 
32 McKay Rev Daniel C 
34 Hamilton Mrs Sarah 

Ward Pressly 
38 Gee David H 
42 Barrigan James A 
44 Clancey Miss Jane 
48 Vacant 
50 Crumley Hugh 
52-4 Nobes Mrs Wm, grocer 
56 Dunlop William 
58 Whitehead Mrs Sarah E 

Queen's College grounds 



University ave intersects 



121 Fowler Prof James 

123 McPherson Mrs Maria 

125 Hamilton Samuel 

127 Vacant 

129 Patterson Robert H 

131 Reyner John 

133 Young Wilbur F 

135 Ely Joel 

137 Vacant 

139 Bailey Ethan B 



122 Gibson Mrs Jane 
126 Wilson Mrs Esther C 
128 Greenwood Nathaniel T 
130 Edwards Peter 
132 Graham C J, contractor 
134 Derry Hugh 
136 Keeley William J 
138 Browne George W 
140 Dean Edward C 
144 Anglin Robert D 
Alfred st intersects 



Victoria School 

Frontenac st commences 
163 Paterson Capt Francis 



Vacant lots 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Perfumes, Tooth Brushes 
Toilet Preparations of all 
kinds, Sponges, Chamois, etc 



84 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



UNION ST. WEST.— Continued. 

Albert st intersects 
NORTH SIDE 



SOUTH SIDE 



169 Anglin Mrs Fanny 

Baptist Mission Church 



Rothwell William C 
Unfurnished houses (2) 
Hoppins Harvey 
Collingwood st intersects 
Breck Ira A 

Macdonnell st commences 
McKenzie John D, MD 
McWaters James 
Private grounds 

College st commences 
Haskell Wm A, jr 
Betts Mrs Mary 



Beverley st ends 
Centre st ends 
Ellerbeck ave ends 
Bannister John 

Livingston ave ends 
Pembroke st ends 
Mi Walters James 

Aldington ave ends 



University Avenue [formerly Gordon Street] runs north from 107 King- 
west to Princess. 



EAST SIDE 

Store, s e 
15 Le Heup John J 
17 Orrell Mrs Ann 
19 Francis John E 
21 Hannay Thomas 
23 Dolphin John 
25 Robinson Hubert 
27 McConville Arthur 
31 Oliver Capt John 

House, s e 



WEST SIDE 
House, s e 



Private grounds 



Stuart st Intersects 



College grounds 



Macdonnell George M 
Vacant BChool house 

Alice st imminences 
US Richardson < leorge a 

120 Mills Thomas 
122 Mills Thomas 
124 Mills George, jr 
126 Chown Alfred h" 
132 Sparks Robert E 
138 i:i"H ne Patrick 
1 II 1 >ii|.uis Prof Nathan F 
i 16 Shortl Prof Adam 
i ion,- Anthony 
House, s c 



rniun st w intersects 



i trpha ns' I [omt 
Private 

i '1 .-it. v st w ends 
IM Touni ■ 

iv:, Worm* ith William ii 

1 S7 Will William 



House, s <■ 
162 Lovick John 

Lovlck Miss E 
ii \ an Horn Mrs 
if.j Chown Oliver 
166 i : 1 1 1. \ Bamuel R 
168 Kenned] Mi - Eliss 
176 Bell James w 
itn Maclean Godwin V 



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ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



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BAST SIDE 
189 Sutherland Mrs Margaret 
191 Gaw Robert 
193 Fisher Joseph H 
195 Donnelly Capt Thomas 



WEST SIDE 
182 Harrison Thomas F. 
184 Harold William 
186 Dobbs Francis W , 
190 Shaw Abraham 
192 Daly Justus W 
194 White John T 



Earl st intersects 



203 James Martin 

James Thomas, cab owner 
205 Solmes Charles N 
207 Brickwood James H 
209 McWhinnay Hugh 
213 Lawless James, carter 
215 Murray Thomas S 
217 Bruce William 
219 Moore John 
227 Coward William 
229 Genge Robert E 
231 McCartney Mrs Mary 



Private grounds 

241 Nugent Edward 
Private grounds 
251 Gill Mrs Catherine A 



196 Jenkins Edmund P 

198 McCartney Wm, contractor 

200 Millar Albert H 

208 McFarland George i 

210 Bryson James 

212 Kane John E 

216 Ferguson James F 

218 Devlin James 

220 Carson Robert 

222 Drennan Rev Alexander 

224 Ballantyne Mrs Alice 

226 Watson George C 

228 Elsmere Mrs Elizabeth 

230 Vacant 

234 Day Mrs Harriet 

236 Ferguson James 
,238 Anderson Mrs. Eliza 
240 Vacant 
242 Swales Mrs Jane 
244 Elliott John W 
246 Moore Daniel 
248 McCartney Alex, contractor 
250 McCartney William 
252 Tyner Mrs Ann 
254 Davidson Robert, contractor 
256 Johnson A J, contractor 



grocers 



259 Ostler Bros, 

261 Fisher John 

263 Armstrong David F 

265 Leslie James 

267 Elliott Joseph G 

269 Ostler Frederick 



House, s e 



Johnston st intersects 

260 Sears E F, grocer 

Saunders Charles 
264 Jamieson Alexander 
268 Goodearle Humphrey 
270 Day Sydney W 
272 Arthurs Alexander 
274 Cousins Robert 
276 Lyon Horatio V 
282 English Mrs Caroline 
284 Greenwood Joseph T 

Brock st intersects 



295 Glidden William 

297 Walker John 

299 Dyde Wardrope H 

301 Waggoner Alexander C 

303 Sherman James F 

305 McCarter Alexander 

307 Gardiner John A 

309 Vacant 

311 Wilmot Mrs. Mary, boarding 

313 Nugent James 



294 Parkin Thomas M 

296 Armstrong George A 

298 Daly Charles B 

300 Seymour Mrs. Elizabeth 

302 Milne Thomas J S 

304 Murray David 

306 McNeill Charles 

308 Neish William 

310 Rowan Robert F F 

312 Jack Alexander M 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Lamps of all kinds, Burners, 
Chimneys, Globes and Shades 
of every descripticn. 



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KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



UNIVERSITY AVE.— Continued. 

EAST SIDE 

Garrett st ends 
317 Poison Neil C 
319 Renton John L 
321 Chown Harvey R 

Martin Charles H 
325 Harvey Mrs Anne 



Private grounds 



WEST SIDE 
314 Woods Miss Maria 
318 Adams William 
320 Roney Adam F 
326 Jones John E 
328 McMillan Robert 
330 Renton William J 
332 Johnston James 
334 Darby William C 
346 Nicholson Mrs Eliza J 
348 Saunders J G, butcher 
Store, s e 

Upper Charles, see Charles from Montreal to Patrick. 
Upper George changed to Raglan Road. 
Upper James changed to Chestnut. 
Upper William. Bee William from JBarrie to Division. 
Victoria Street runs north from Johnston to Concession Road, sixth west 

of Division. 
BAST SIDE WEST SIDE 



Private grounds 

85 Law Edward, cordage mnfr 
Pri'. mdfl 



LSI Moxley William J 
K nii/lit I- i 

L69 u llllam Cornelius 

171 Stover Hiram 

IT.: Attw I II" 

i. k William II 

irdlej ' 'i, . 

St. a.-, s e 

Prt 

B t o re 

ink 

• lonnollj m i m 

249 Langdon Kl 

i in i:i t 

n Mi. W tlhelmlna 

i. .tm 



Private grounds 
Peters John 
Thorogood Joseph W 

Gavine William 
v a< ant house 
BdcCammon .lames H 
Harris David A 

Smith Isaac 

I .< wis George 

Leu is Cart In 
L28 Rendle Mrs Charlotte 
130 Selby Charles 
L32 Ward Henry 
L34 Dainty Charles it 

Vacanl buildings 

Le Heup R Edward 

Lawson John .i 

Park st commenoes 
16(1 Harpel] John J 

Durham st commences 

Mullen Mrs. Kliza 

i >oj le Ja ni.s 
House, 
cts 



\ i nit lota 
Attwood Chai I 

mi house 

9arah 

ml house 

South Bartletl st commence! 

Lauder John 



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DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



87 



EAST SIDE 

259 Vacant 

Vacant house 

Townsend William H 

Townsend William 
321 Bedore Charles 

Reynolds Sampson 



WEST SIDE 
Vacant house 
Rutherford Thomas 
Van Luven Anson P 
Timmerman Nicholas 

Reynolds Francis J 



Vine Street runs north from Ellice to Raglan Road. 



EAST SIDE 
House, s e 



11 Murray William J 
House, s e 



Ann st ends 



Private grounds 



WEST S DE 

House, s e 
6 Merchant Mrs. Eliza 
8 Wade Frederick 
10 Levin Louis 
14 Kelso Ephriam 
18 Savage William J 
22 Crallin William 

McDonell Mrs Eliza, rear 
34 Arthurs James 



Wade's Lane runs north from Union w. to Clergy, first west of Barrie. 



EAST SIDE 

Skinner James A, gunsmith 
17 Hess George 
21 Hess George A 
23 Piper Albert 
25 Ryan Capt William 



WEST SIDE 

House, s e 
14 Kennedy William 
22 Anderson Daniel 

Jackson Calvin 
24 La Rosa Napoleon 



Wellington Street runs north from City Park to Bay Street, third, west 

of the harbor. 



EAST SIDE 

7 Oldreive George S 
9 Thomson William 



House, s e 
22 Vacant 

25 Mercer Mrs Ann 
27 Ballantyne John 
35 Lendrum Horace E 

Brown Miss Margaret, 

Clancy John 
37 Hogle Elgin D 

Store, s e 



WEST SIDE 



12 McRossie William 



Union st e intersects 



House, s e 
18 Macaulay Miss Charlotte 
26 McFadden Miss Rosanna 
28 George Joseph 
32 Gowdy John 
34 Mackerras Mrs Margaret 
36 Spangenberg Frederick W 
38 Waldron Richard S 
42 O'Connor James 



Gore st intersects 



45 Driscoll Denis 



47-51 Wellington Street School 



50 McNaughton John 
52 Drake Francis J 
54 Vacant 
56 Maguire Miss Mary 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



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known. Hobart's sweet flavor- 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY 



WELLINGTON ST.— Continued. 
EAST SIDE 



59 Brophy Mrs Margaret 

Brophy Miss Margaret, artist 



WEST SIDE 

58 Munro Charles 
60 Loucks Edwin B 
6:? Martin Miss Julia 
70 Jamiesou. Thomas U 
72 Geoghegan William 



Earl st intersects 



House, s e 
79 Shaw J Morgan 
81 McKenzie George 

Campbell Edward J 

Girey John, rear 
85 Sheffield Mrs Catherine 
87 D'Arcy Robert J 
89 Yates Miss H I), artist 
91 Klncaid Mrs Mary 
!»:: Stirling J A, physician 



74 McMahon John, contractor 

78 Stewart James 

80 Twitchell Col Marshall H 

82 Waddell Robert 

SS Sughrue John 

K>nt Mrs Elizabeth, rear 

90 Hansen Mrs C, fish dealer 
Bisnett Miss l-;. dressmaker 
Campbell Miss 1, tailoi 

98 Rubery Patrick 



w ujiam st intei sects 



97 Perry Norman H 
103 O'Connor Patrick 
LOG Arnirl William 
107 O' Sullivan William 

Hallinan Miss M A. dressmaker 
in v.- 

i louse, s e 



100 Dennie & Frasso, butchers 
L02 Vacant 

ll- Swift Miss Bridget 
116 Y I C B Association 
i (onnelly Sanford 
■ nway Frank 
l-i: Wood Isaac, physician 



Johnston st intersects 



Mil 

of th" Clerical 

'titario Rev • 'anon 

a B tary 

n William A. Bexton of St 

hi] 



First Congregational Church 
el .Mrs E i'\ boarding 

Weller Mi^s J, dre 
i::s Curtis c l, physician 
1 1" Bell John H. physician 
1 12 i llements Leonard, dentist 
146 Robertson Miss I 



1 ce st lnt> 



.i B, banker 
Mundell William, barrl 

i diner John \. i ■ l] • tate 
hton Stephen, 
u . b 

■ n w i, : iher 

163 Smith John, prln 

iser 

pany 

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m store 
ner John, pi u 
\\ A Soi nualc 

Church Book Depository 

h \. musi,. teacher 
Mt I ' ii ir Ui t, watchmaker 
Brock \ m. watch material 

m Association 
Mi nnli It. ill 
KoRa< \v i; \ Co, wholesale 
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S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



89 



EAST SIDE 

Ellis Arthur, architect 
Kelly Wm, photographer 
Quinn Michael 
161 Carnovsky W H, fish and oysters 



WEST SIDE 
McRae Bros, grocers 



Brock st intersects 



Merchants Bank 
167 Reed Miss Emma, dressmaker 
169 Moore's Real Estate Agency 

171 Sands J S & Son. mer tailors 
173 Anglin Mrs C, milliner 
175 Slavin James, tailor 
177 Richardson Miss M, hair goods 
179 Egan Daniel, tobacconist 
181 Rowan Mrs. M, fancy goods 
183 Nugent & Taylor, plumbers 
185 Robinson C, merchant tailor 
Store, s e 



168 Waldron Richard, dry goods 
170 Mills Geo & Co, hatters 
172 Sun Job Printing Office 
174 Jenkins E P, gent furnishings 
178 Wright Clark & Son, hatters 
180 Wilkinson Geo M.& Son, grocers 
182 Mills Thomas & Co, hatters 
186 Oriental Hotel 
188 Williams R S & Sons Co, pianos 
190 Bailie Bros, job printers 
192 Woods Miss Maria, fancy goods 
194 Clark J H. MD, dentist 
Store, s e 



Princess st intersects 



Store, s e 
197 Greaza Miss E V. milliner 
201 Weller' Misses, fancy goods 
203 Begg J W, physician 
205 Besg Mrs. Harriet 
207-9 Crothers W J. biscuit mnfr 
213 Kane Mrs Margaret 
215 Kane J P, carriage maker 



Store, s e 
A yard 

208 City Laundry 
212 Elder Bros, livery 
216 Elliott N F, butcher 
218 Bennett T J, shoe maker 
220 Vacant 



Queen st intersects 



221 Harkness Wm, butcher 

223 Curtis Miss M A, dressmaker 

225 Goodfriend John 

Hinds Mrs Sarah A 

Sullivan Mrs Catherine 

Bush John 
229 Vacant 
231 Powell Mrs Mary A 

Derry Thomas 

Cambridge Thomas 
835 Tryon Anthony, grocer 

Lennox House 



222 Dunn Thomas, grocer 
224 McQuaid Mrs Mary 
236 Dun lop William E 
228 Vacant 

230 Barlow Mrs Catherine 
232 McKane James 

Fox Thomas 
234 Hand Mrs Elizabeth 
236 Vacant 

Campbell James, coal and wood 



Barrack st intersects 



262 Morris Major Richard 
264 "Walker Walter W 
266 Geoghegan Capt John 



HOBART S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights'. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
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90 



KINGSTON STREET DIRECTORY. 



WELLINGTON ST. -Continued. 

EAST SIDE 
Riding School 



Place d'Armes ends 
283 Jamieson Is 
285 Lawlor William 

3cot1 i feorge 
289 Jenman Mrs Ann J 
293 Gratton John 
295 Milligan Alexander 
297 Oliver Charles G 
299 Grimshaw Delos, hay dealer 

Anglin S & Co, lumber 



WEST SIDE 

268 Gratton P Joseph 

270 Linton James 

272 Leslie William 

274 Bajus Peter 

276 Smart John B 

278 Hackett Joseph 

280 Miller Oapt Andrew H 

282 Oldfln John W 

Ordnance st commences 
288 Ziegler George 
290 Leaden Michael J 

Brewery lane commences 
308 Bajus Brewery 



West Street runs from the harbor to Earl, eighth wot of Princess. 

SOUTH SIDE 



NORTH SIDE 

Donnelly Salvage & Wrecking Co 
Ontario st commences 
11 O'Connor Thomas 
l:: Price John 

IS n mi saey Miss E. grocer 
17 Vacant 
19 Burke John 
23 McAdam Thomas 
25 Connell James C, MD 

i [ouse, s e 



Booth & Co, coal and wood 



Vacant lots 



House, s e 
55 Folger Howa rd B 

.".7 Skinner William B 
mythe Edward if 
'.i B Mrs Emily G 

6J Vacanl 

W- I! eminences 

Hou e, s e 

Union s I . n ' i i 
commences 
i [ouse, s e 

\ lane 

I lulls.-. 

Sydenham si commence! 
1 1 ■ ■ 1 1 e 
166 Mi CTae William 
Hob 

William Street i I from the 

Prim 

NORTH BIDS 

I : T R ■-' I 

a T i : I 

Sneddon < !o (ltd), ■ •• m 



House, s e 
King st e intersects 

Macdonald nionum.nt 



City Park 



Park ave ends 

Cricket grounds 

Court House 

Registrj < 'iiice 

Jail 

Stablei 

i [ouse, a I- 

harbor to I >i\ Ision, four! Ii soul li <>\' 
ess, 

s< (UTH BIDS 
■ hart 



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9 



Ontario st intersects 



NORTH SIDE 

City yards 
19 Canada Hay Co 

;:i Vacant 



SOUTH SIDE 

Store, s e 
20 Parker William S 
Crombie Robert J B 
Bank of Montreal 



King st e intersects 



Kilborn R K, physician 
45 Maund Charles F 
47 Lesslie James F 

Vacant lots 

53 Hendry Archibald 
55 Smyth Capt James G 
59 Dwyer Mrs Mary 
63 Connor Thomas P 



Abbott R H, physician 
44 Swift Joseph F 
48 Hume Peter L 
50 Begg George L, M, baker 
52 McCammon Robert, sr 
56 Abbott Rodney H 
58 Smith Mrs Mary 
60 Martin Mrs Margaret T 
64 Yates Mrs Elizabeth 
68 Stirling J A, physician 



"Wellington st intersects 



NORTH SIDE 
Store, s e 



Vacant lots 



S7 Andre Alexander 
93 Sullivan William H 
95 Hobart S Walters 



St Vincent Academy 



SOUTH SIDE 



70 Duncan Alexander 

72 Kennedy William 

76 Savage Mrs Jane L 

78 Savage Bros, painters 

82 0)Neill William 

84 Lundin Jonas 

88 O'Regan John 

90 Scott James D 

92 Goodell Mrs Priscilla 

94 Duffey William 

96 Miller Mrs Elizabeth 

98 O Reilly James, contractor 

100 Bateson Miss Jane, grocer 

104 Lawlor James 



Bagot st intersects 



House, s e 
111 Flanagan Mrs Mary 
113 Herbert Mrs Mary 
115 W r elch Alexander 
117 Hiscock Joseph 
119 Wales Robert 
121 Maguire John J 
125 Ferris Charles H 
129 Bunker Edward F 
133 Boyle Henry M 
135 Strange J Campbell 
137 Merrett Capt Thomas 
139 Moore Mrs Louisa 
141 Quigley Joseph 

House, s e 



House, s e 

112 Hansen Mrs. Catherine 

114 Darragh Alexander 

116 Jones Clarence 

118 Henderson Mrs Henrietta 



Private grounds 



Sydenham st intersects 



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155 Princess Street. 



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Shoulder Braces. Sizes for 
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WILLIAM ST.— Continued. 
NORTH SIDE 

Sydenham St Methodist Church 
181 Starr Rev J Edward 
185 Mitchell J C, contractor 

House, s e 



SOUTH SIDE 



Rear entrances 



Clergy st intersects 



House, s e 
203 Webster William 
205 Vacant 
207 Garbutt Daniel J 
209 Manhard Mrs Etta 
213 Young Women's Christian Ass'n 

Chestnut Miss Harriet H 

Patterson Henry T 
215 Baxter Mi?? M, music teacher 



188 Macarow Mrs Helen 

Private grounds 

200 Dowsley William 

202 Hannay Mrs Rachel 

204 Vacant 

206 Park George C 

214 McMahon Miss Mary A 



Barrie st intersects 
From here to Division this street Is known as Upper William 

Store, s e 
12 Mi Kt <■ Andrew 
14-lti Thompson John 
18 Height Mrs Margaret 
26 Paul James 
28 Walsh James 
30 McPhall Mrs Maria 
34 McMahon Alexander 
46 Patterson John 



Store, s e 
13 Donoghue Mrs Elizabeth 
15 Wilson Mrs Catherine 
17 Hinton Edward 
19 Clark Robert 

Gray's lane commences 
25 Vacant 

27 I i;i '■ a ard John J 
29 May. II John 
■II: H 

31 (a) Blondln Joseph 
:::: McNamee William 
::.". McNamee Hugh 
47 Derry James 



Vacant lots 
House, s e 



York Street run-- west From the corner of Ordnam «• ami Alma to Nelson. 



NORTH STDE 

Thompson James, bottler 
5 Campbell Colin 

7 U .i t - i iii .John 

1 1 M. Kee Hi 



SOUTH SIDE 



Sharman Mis Isabella 
Barrie st intersects 



19 V ' 

lallj Mi .Imi i M 

I |. Ill V 

'. ilkei Chai le \ 
! tatterton \n Helen 
ter 
Jonniton Mis Mary, grocer 

Private ffroundi 



Btore, s .• 
i^ i>. Root Hfred 
20 Mi'imrv ( leorge 

William .t 
:'i Hiiii.M- Truman P 
'•; \\ ■■!, i\ i 

ihn 
14 \< rea Chai I 
imilton John 

M in 

•in Bprowell Daniel n 



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ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

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ASSESTS OVER • - 
SURPLUS, - • • ■ 



$20,000,000 

- 3,000,000 

315,000 



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NORTH SIDE 



SOUTH SIDE 



Raglan road Intersects 



63 Jenkin John E 

65 Milne John M 

67 Doyle John W 

Carlisle st commences 

79 Savage John 

81 "Vacant 

86 Buck Philip H 

87. Landeryou John C, jr 

89 Spence William 

91 Landeryou J C, contractor 

93 Martin John F 

95 Marrison William J 

97 Donnelly Matthew 

99 Rubery Michael J 
101 Myers H J, grocer 

Cherry st commences 
103 Doherty Isaac W 
105 Davidson Mrs Rachel 
107 Watts Harry W 
107 (a) Whitfield James W A 
109 Marshall Samuel 

Prime st commences 
111 A'BHen Capt George 
113 Laird Robert 
115 Aykroyd Samuel A 
117 Vacant 



Private grounds 

68 Roach Mrs Letitia 

70 Vacant 

72 Fry Mrs Elizabeth 

76 Moxley Robert 

78 Scobell Frederick S 

82 Vacant 

84 Vacant 

86 Jamieson Mrs Emma 

88 Rigley James 

94 Morley William C 

96 Dunphy James 



102 Richards Samuel 

104 Vacant 

106 Connor Thomas M 



House, s e 



Division st intersects 



House, s e 
147 Appleton John 

Private grounds 

163 Kenney Joseph 
Vacant lots 

House, s e 

Lansdowne st commences 



140 Swain J C, baker 

Swain Mrs J C, carpet weaver 
142 Hodges Mrs Margaret 
154 Veale Mrs Mary 
156 McCabe Alexander 
162 Crozier Mrs Mary 
166 Houlder George 
170 McKenna Henry 

House, s e 

Chatham st ends 



Alfred st intersects 



Fair grounds 



Vacant lots 

Frontenac st ends 
House, s e 
Saunders John 

Albert st ends 



Orr John, caretaker Fair grounds 
Y Oung Street changed to Clergy Street West . 



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155 Princess Street. 



Our Stock is complete. 
Everything a Drug Store 
should have we keep. 



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KINGSTON 



Alphabetical Directory. 

The letters "res" for residence are used tor householders, "Its' for lives 
for those living with their parents or other relatives, ami " bds" for boards 
for t hose living in boarding house* and hotels. 



Abbott John, driver F A Folger, res 

e s Montreal, 3 n of G T R crossing 
Abbott John J, sectionman G T R, res 

e s Montreal, 4 s of G T R crossing 
Abbott Mary A, (wid James), res e s 

Montreal, 1 n of G T R crossing 
Abbott Robert B, mngr J E Bernstein, 

res 13S Queen 
Abbott R H, MD, Physician Sur 

geon, etc, office hours 8 to 10 a.m, 2 

to 4, and 7 to 9 p.m., telephone 517, 

Office William, cor King, res 50 

William 
Abbott Thomas, res ::ts Division 
Abbott Wm, lab, lvs outer Depot 
Abernetby .Miss Agnes, dresmkr, 42 1 

Princess, Iva 128 Princess 

lethy Archibald, mngr Q Offord, 

lvs 126 Princess 
Abernetby Elizabeth (wid Ja 

124 i ■ 

Franklin E, niilliiiti 

I'i ince is, h ess 

A bernel tr \- Wxn, conti actor, 134 i li 

Al ernel by Wm. mach k A P Rj 

im \i Kate, lvs ^7 Welling 

ton 
Abra ma < leorgi M plnnei K i to 

i io, res i< iiik w opp O'KUl 
Abrami Herbert K, i kki 

novsky Wood Mm King w, 

opp I 'Kill 



Abrams Mary A (wid Josias). lvs King 
W, opp O'Kill 

Abramson Joseph (Abraham & Bro), 
res 25 Brock 
i Abramson Louis (Abramson & Bro), 
res 333 Princess 

Abramson & Bro, (Joseph and Louis). 
sec hd goods. 25 Brock 

Abrey James, student, res 388 Alfred 

A'Brlen see also O'Brien 

len Ann (wid Wm), lvs 111 York 

A'Brlen George, captain str "Bothnia," 
res 111 York 

Ackroyd see Aykroj d 

Acres Charles, shoemkr, res 36 York 

Ai res James, sailor, lvs ::•! York 

Ads Edward, tinsmith Nugent A Tay- 
lor, h B 5 • Arch 

AdS Captain Win. res 53 Arch 

Ada Wm E, clerk R Waldron, res 

Queen 
Adams Alexander, tab K Vehicle Co, 

res w a Alfred, l b of Fair Grounaa 
Adams Edwin .1 . ohlef Instructoi K P, 

lvs Alu Ington ave, cor Union 

A. lams Elisabeth M (WW John K). res 

12 st. Catherine 

A. lams j.im.s. Dominion Government 
Ai i hltect, rea \i\\ Ington a\ a, oor 

I 'iiImii 

Adams James, prop Bowen House, res 

■ ifred 
Adams Mary (wid James), lvs 227 

i aitj .i\ «■ 
Adama Mrs Marj E, milliner, n 
i •) Ini 

Wm, bo 81 Brock, 

118 University . i \ . - 



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ASSURANCE COMPANY, 

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HAS THE LARGEST GOVERNMENT DE 
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$100,000, BESIDES OVER $3,000 000 OF RE- 
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95 



Adams Wm J, cutter Wm Adams, res 
Barriefield 

Adsit George, res 4.'!7 Alfred 

Affleot Miss Minnie, nurse General 
Hospital 

Aggar Charles, shoemkr, J H Suther- 
land 

Agnew Mary (wid Hamilton), lvs zoV 
Earl 

Agnew Robert, foreman Loco Works, 
res 257 Earl 

A'Hearn, see also O'Hearn 

A'Hearn Elizabeth (wid Patrick), lvs 
624 Princess 

A'Hearn John, lab, res 35 John 

A'Hearn Thomas, lab, res 11 Clergy w 

Aiken, see also Aikin and Aitken 

Aiken Joseph, carter, res w s Patrick, 
1 n of Raglan road 

Aiken Patrick, lab, lvs w s Patrick, 1 
n of Raglan road 

Aiken Robert E, policeman, res list 
Barrack 

Aikin James, lab, lvs 149 Ordnance 

Aikin Patrick, carter, res 149 Ord- 
nance 

Ainslie, see also Ansley 

Ainslie David J, carp M T Co, res 243 
Earl 

Ainslie Miss Kate, clerk, lvs 243 Earl 

Ainslie Wm G. butcher T McConville 
& Son. lvs 243 Earl 

Aitken, see also Aiken and Aikin 

Ajthen John, cook, Ottawa House 

Aitken Mary (wid John), lvs 216 Uni- 
versity ave 

Albion Hotel, G J Hutton, Pro- 
prietor, 46 Montreal, cor Queen 

Alderdice Hugh, painter, res 382 Prin- 
cess 



Alderdice Joseph W, traveller, res 236 

Alfred 
Alderdice Mrs. Susan, grocer, 234 Al- 
fred, res 236 same 
Aldred Alfred H, appr, K & P Ry 

shops, lvs 246 Montreal 
Aldred Maria (wid Owen), res 246 Mont- 
real 
Alexander James, trav Hy Skinner & 

Co, lvs 306 Brock 
Alexander Jane (wid David), res 306 

Brock 
Alexander Philip, Provisions, 111 

Brock, res same 
Alexander Robert, tailor C Livingston 

& Bro, res 211 Albert 
Alexander Roderick, groom Mrs M 

Betts 
Alexander Mrs Wm H, res e s Colling- 

wood, 2 n of Union 
Algoma House, Harry Harkness prop, 

312 Princess 
Allan Bella (wid Thomas L), mantle 

mkr, 351 King e, lvs 94 Queen 
Allan Sarah, (wid Adam), res 318 

Queen 
Allen Miss Bridget, res 41 Balaclava 
Allen Charles B, carp, lvs 120 Stuart 
Allen Clarke, clerk Rathburn Co, lvs 

260 Division 
Allen Eliza, (wid Wm), lvs 183 Brock 
Allen Elizabeth (wid George W), res 

119 Ordnance 
Allen G H, Inspector of Agencies, 

Standard Life Assurance Co, 42 Clar- 
ence, Residence 197 King e 
Allen Herbert O, salesman Taylor & 

Co, lvs 126 Bagot 
Allen James, grocer, 359 Division, res 

same 



VETERINARY DENTISTRY 

TELEPHONE 514 AND 201. 



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BRANCH OF VETERINARY SURGERY. IF YOUR 
HORSES ARE NOT DOING WELL CONSULT Hllfl 
FREE OF CHARGE. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



Allen James P, captain str "Pierre- , 
pont," res 16 St. Lawrence ave 

Allen John, carp, res 189 Pine | 

Allen Rev Joseph A, res King w, opp 
Aldington ave i 

Allen Miss Lallie, teacher Frontenae 
School, lvs 189 Pine 

Allen Margaret J (wid Lewis), res 260 

Division 
Allen Miss Mary, teacher Victoria 

School, lvs 297 Division 
Allen Mary A. (wld Theophilus), res 

120 Stuart 
Alien Miss Maud, teacher Queen St 

School, lvs 189 Pine 
Allen Nathaniel, captain schr. Queen 

of the Lakes, res 356 Johnston 
Allen Robert M (W Allen & Son), lvs 

1 26 Bagot 
Allen Robert W, bill poster, res 306 

Allen Sarah E (wld Win), res 297 Divi- 
sion 

Aliwi Miss Sarah E, teacher Quern St 
School, lvs 121 Bagot 

Allen Stanley A. w lwkr K Vehicle 

Co, lvs 126 Bagot 

Allen 'I'll. •mas. engineer, lvs u Bala 
clava 

Allen Thomafl C, salesman Richmond 
& Co, lv« 1 58 Bagot 

Allen Wm <w Allen A Son), i 

Allen W A Sen. (Wm and Robert M>, 

booti and shoes, 82 Brock 
alien win. H, sail< 
Allen Mm W H, dreewnkr, 267 Prl 

Allen w'm i. cun ler J 3 Canington 

lvs 1 1:> ' »i 'in ■ 
Allen Wm -i C, (MeDonald A Allen), 

: II Sin, hi 

Allwlll i ;• ro w.'iiin 

Alma Mater Society, Publish- 
Con rournal, Qu 

i Jolll 



American Express Co, Janus 
Leslie, Local Manager, cor King and 
Brock 
American Hotel, Frederick Whitney 

prop, 29 Brock 
American Steam Bottling Works, J R 

Hinds, prop, 10 Market sq 
A.mey Miss Elizabeth A, lvs 5 Victoria 

Terrace, Montreal st 
Amey George W, res 5 Victoria Ter- 
race, Montreal street 
Anderson Bros, (Edward and William;, 

grocers and butchers, 210 Division 
Anderson Daniel, driller, res 22 Wades 

Lane 
Anderson Edward (Anderson Bros), lvs 

214 Division 
Anderson Eliza, (\vid Charles W Wi, 

res 238 University ave 
Anderson Mrs Emma, housekeeper 

General Hospital 
Anderson James, res 232 Johnston 
Anderson James, res 42s Johnston 
Anderson James E, salesman Rath- 
burn Co, lvs 232 Johnston 
Anderson Jam', (wld Edward), res t>9> 

Queen 
Anderson John, roach, res 16 Redan 
Anderson John, lab, res n s chestnut. 

1 e of Cherry 
Anderson Joaepb D, shipper w R Mc- 

Rae A Co, res u Lower Bagot 
Anderson Miss Mary A, dressmkr, \~< 

i me 
Anderson Miss Nellie, music teacher, 
lvs its Bagot 

- ..ii Norman w. Btudent, h - 

Johnston 

Anderson Robert B, lab, rea B8 Rldeau 

Anderson Robert B, Jun, lab, h 

in 
Anderson William (Anderson Bros), rea 

■i t Division 
Andi H William 

Andre Frederli u. lab, h ■ 82 < (ntarlo 
Andre Peter, carp, rei 82 Ontario 



Bee the popular 20-year survivorship distribu- 
tionplan of the Ontario Mutual Life The Qnes1 
plan of insurance extant. The company wrote 
up aearly three million on it last yen-. 



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KINGSTON AU'HAHKTICAL DIRECTORY. 



97 



Andre Treffley, cfgarmkr G A McGow- 

an. res 7 Plum 
Andrews Elizabeth (wid George W), res 

86 Garrett 
Andrews Maggie, domestic 307 Bagot. 
Andrieux Louis, violinist, bds 288 Bar- 

rie 
Anglin Mrs Cecilia, mlnr 173 Welling- 
ton, res same 
Anglin Fanny (wld Wm B), res 169 

Union w 
Anghn Francis R. (S Anglin and 

Co), lvs 85 Barrack 
Anglin J Penrose, student, lvs 16D 

Union w 
Anglin Miss Nellie, student, bds e s 

Alfred, 1 s of Union 
Anglin Robert D, chief clerk Custom 

House, res 144 Lnior \v. 
Anglin Robert W, student, lvs 169 

Union w 
Anglin Samuel (S Anglin and Co), 

res S5 Barrack 
Anglin S & Co (Samuel, Francis R 
and "William H Anglin), Lumber, 
Coal Wood, Saw and Planing Mills, 
Bay, cor Wellington 
Anglin Samuel M, student, bds e s Al- 
fred, 1 s of Union 
Anglin Wm. bursar Rockwood Asy- 
lum, res 56 Earl 
Anglin Wm G, Physician and Sur- 
geon, Office Hours 10 to 11 am, 2 to 4 
and 7 to 9 pm; Office and Residence 
52 Earl; Telephone 178 
Anglin Wm H (S Anglin & Co), lvs 

85 Barrack 
Anglo-American Hotel, W B 
Reed, Proprietor, cor Ontario and 
Johnston 



Angrove Bros (Henry jr and James B), 

bicycle repairers, rear 87 Queen 
Angrove Esther (wid Samuel), bds 86 

Arch 
Angrove Henry, shoemkr, 87 Queen, res 

same 
Angrove Henry jr (Angrove Bros), res 

84 Arch 
Angrove James B (Angrove Bros), res 

87 Queen 
Angrove Samuel, appr Vehicle Co, lvs 

87 Queen 
Angrove Thomas B, moulder Kingston 

Foundry, res 148 Queen 
Anis Asil H, carp, res 357 Bagot 
Ansley, see also Ainslie 
Ansley Harold M, salesman Richmond 

& Co, lvs 283 Earl 
Ansley John W, cabinetmkr, res 383 

Earl 
Ansley Widmer W, salesman Rich- 
mond & Co, lvs 383 Earl 
Anson Frederick G, groom Dr O S 

Strange, res 12 Place d'Armes 
Appelbe Miss Sarah, lvs rear 381 

Princess 
Appleton John, blacksmith, res 147 

York 
Appleton Robert J, carp J Hooper, lvs 

147 York 
Archibald Adjt Walter, Officer 
in Charge Salvation Army, res S A 
Barracks 
Ardagh George, carp M T Co, bds 57 

Arch 
Armstrong Adam, plumber McKelvey 

& Birch, bds 212 King e 
Armstrong Claude C, student, lvs 296 
University ave 

Armstrong David F, agt, res 263 Uni- 
versity ave 



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llotfl^t^ NT I I UN for the P ast ten years of the diseases of 

mvuwgLv; Ul UUUO fchese animals and has fitted tip a hospital 
~~..~ — * (>r the treatment of their diseases and 

CONSULTATION FREE. injuries. Telephones 514 and 201. 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, Ph F * 

I 55 PRINCESS STREET. 



sicians' Perscriptions and 
Family Recipes Accurately 
and Promptly Dispensed. 



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Armstrong Francis, printer Sheldon & 

Davis, res 15 Rideau 
Armstrong George A, traveller, res 295 

University ave 
Armstrong George W, packer Hy Skin- 
ner & Co, Ivs 297 Barrie. 
Armstrong Isabella (wid John), res 297 

Barrie 
Armstrong Jane (wid Wm), lvs 319 

Brock 
Armstrong Miss Lizzie, lvs 319 Brock 
Armstrong Wm J, moulder, res 319 

Brock 
Arniel Ellen (wid Wm J), lvs 7 Fron- 

tenac 
Arniel Richard, butcher W H Reid, bds 

:::: Earl 
Arniel Samuel J, teamster Booth & Co, 

res foot of Simcoe 
Arniel Miss Susan, lvs 212 Earl 
Arniel Thomas, carp M T Co, res 324 

Division 
Arniel Thomas J, lab, lvs 324 Division 
Arniel Wm, caretaker Wellington st 

school, res 106 Wellington 
Arniel Wm. teamster Booth & Co, res 

-] I Karl 
Arniel Wm J, lab, res w ? Albeit, 2 s 

of Johnston 
Arnold Margaret (wid John), res 253 

Kir 

Arthurs Alexander, foreman The Gar- 

878 University ave 
Arthurs James, oablnetmkr, res 34 

Vine 
Arthurs Robert, eng The Gardiner Oo, 

P QOUth 

a rthura Robert, jr. shipper Tie' Qai 
diner '•■>. i\ ■ ::t Vine 

\ rthur k. student, Ivi i81 Prin 
John B, Breman Electric I 
Worl P 

\ ihley MNs i : tells ttudenl, bi 

i Harkland 

B 



Ashley Norman R, confr W J Crothers, 

lvs 96 Rideau 
Ashley WM G, Gents' Furnishings, 

126 Princess, Residence same 

Askin R Stanley, lab R Crawford, res 
146 Pine 

Asselstine Alexander M, turnkey Coun- 
ty Gaol, lvs 100 Division 

Asselstine Benjamin, contractor, res 
168 Division 

Asselstine Charles A, third engineer 
Electric Light Works, res 72 Arch 

Asselstine Daniel, lvs 72 Arch 

Asselstine David P, teacher, lvs 168 
Division 

Asselstine Miss Frances A, teacher 
Central School, lvs 168 Division 

Asselstine Frederick W. trimmer K 
Vehicle Co, lvs 220 Alfred 

Asselstine George W, teamster Shed- 
den Co, res 169 Bagot 

tine Herbert Y, carp Peter As- 
selstine. lvs 100 Division 

is tine Isaac, contractor, res 302 
Johnston 

Ass.-lstine Isaac L, blacksmith K Ve- 
hicle Co, res 284 Earl 

Asselstine John, carp, res 264 Alfred 
-tine John s, appr A C Johnston 

& Mr... lvs -'."I Alfred 

-tine .Miss Kate, lvs 186 Alfred 

Asselstine Michael, woollen goods 238 

Princess, res 306 Karl 
Asselstine Minerva (wid Isaac F), res 

186 Alfred 
Asselstine Peter, contractor ii»>"> Divle- 

lon, res same 
Asselstine Thomas M, Deputy 

sheriff County "f EProntenac, Us LQ0 

Division 
Asselstine Wm h. carp R Dai Is A Bon, 

Llfred 
Athletic linns,-, c Devlin prop, MQ< 

84] < Ontario 
Atkinson \v m . mngT Kingston Vehicle 

<'". bds <"ii y Hotel 
ktklnson Albert J, Jeweller W J 
y. Us s: Colllngwood 



S. HOUGHTON, 

VACANCIES FOR GOOD MEN. 



District Representative of the 
Ontario Mutual Life Assurance 
Company. Office '51 Welling- 
ton street, Kingston. 



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res 83 Col- 



Vic- 



Atkinson Thomas, mason 
lingwood 

At wood Charles, baker, res \\ 
toria, 1 n of Princess 

Att wood Horace, lab, res 173 Victoria 

At t wood Wm J, agt London Life Ins 
Co, lvs 173 Victoria 

Aubin Mary J (wid Wm), res 211 Syd- 
enham 

Aubin Wm H, car cleaner Street Ry 
Co, res 416 King e 

Aubin Wm P (Aubin & Hunt), res w s 
Collingwood, 4 s of Johnston 

Aubin & Hunt (Wm P Aubin, Archi- 
bald B Hunt), barbers, 280 Princess 

Auchinvole Gilbert, grocer 41 Colborne, 

res same 

Augustus Capt Webster, res 163 Divis- 
ion 

Ault Albert F, sailor, lvs 5 Gallinger 
Terrace, Chatham st 

Ault Alonzo, fireman str Hero, res Col- 
lins Bay 

Ault Mrs Franklin, res 5 Gallinger Ter- 
race, Chatham st 

Ault George, carp, bds Albion Hotel 

Ault George N, tinsmith, lvs 5 Gallin- 
ger Terrace, Chatham st 

Ault Miss Harriet, dressmaker, n s 
Johnston, 1 w of Macdonnell, res 
same 

Ault Orcena (wid George), lvs n s 
Johnston, 1 w of Macdonnell 

Austin James, shoemaker 102 Rideau, 
bds same 

Austin Richard H, mate schr Thrush, 
res 274 Ontario 

Ayers Francis, lab, res 93 Lower Bagot 

Aykroyd Overton, carp, res 23 Main 

Aykroyd Richard, agt, res 374 Barrie 



Aykroyd Samuel A, DDS, LDS, 

Dentist, over Hobart's Medical Hall, 

cor Princess and Bagot, Residence 

115 York 
Aykroyd Wm, clerk, bds 368 Barrie 
Aylesworth Frank W, teacher Wolfe 

Island Public School, lvs 307 Bagot 
Aylesworth Frederick L, teacher New- 

boro Public School, lvs 307 Bagot 
Aylesworth George A, trav K Vehicle 

Co, res 307 Bagot 



Babcock Stewart, brakesman, res e s 

Montreal, 5 n of GTR crossing ■ 
Babcook George L, tinsmith McKelvey 

& Birch, lvs 79 Elm 
Babcook Jacob S, grocer 61 Division, 

res same 
Babcook James, teamster, res 277 Mon- 
treal 
Babcook Richard, lvs 61 Division 
Babcook Walter, lab, res 275 Montreal 
Babcock Wm N, lab, res 206 Barrie 
Bacon George, cigarmkr G A McGowan, 

lvs 146 Lower Bagot 
Bacon Henry C, lab, res 146 Lower 

Bagot 
Bacon Wilfred, works Cotton Mills, lvs 

146 Lower Bagot 
Laiden Charles A. mach, Locomotive 

Works, res 66 Livingston ave 
Bailey, see also Bailie, Baillie, Baylay, 

Baylie and Bayly 
Bailey Charles, lab, res 14 John 
Bailey Ethan B, trav The Gardiner Co, 

res 139 Union w 
Bailey Miss Hannah, lvs 14 John 
Bailey Henry, grocer, res 619 Princess 



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eases of domestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to, night or day 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Perfumes, Tooth Brushes 
Toilet Preparations of all 
kinds, Sponges, Chamois, etc 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Bailey Maggie (wid Benjamin;, res 210 
Queen 

Bailey Miss Martha, lvs 220 Queen 

Bailey Samuel R, (Win Bailey & Co), 
res 166 University ave 

Eailey Wm, (Wm Bailey & Co), res 
120 Colborne 

Bailey Wm & Co, (William and Samu ;1 
R Bailey), broom mnfrs, 299 Queen 

Bailie Bros (Isaac Bailie), job printer.3, 
190 Wellington 

Bailie Isaac (Bailie Bros), bds 251 Uni- 
versity ave 

Eailie Jennie, (wid Hugh), lvs 155 
Montreal 

i'ailie Thomas, shoemkr Jos Dillon &. 
son, res 155 Montreal 

Bailie Wm, Printer, 334 King east, 
pea 88 I Carrie 

Balllle Wm, bookkeeper, K & M For- 
warding Co, bds City Hotel 

Baird, see also Beard 

Baird Robert, sr, lvs 12 .Main 

Baird Robert, foreman F C Marshall, 
!• s U Main 

Bajus Brewery, 308 Wellington 

Bajos Grace, (wld Philip), res it Ri- 
Ut-au 

Bajus Miss Lulu, t> ocher Louise Pub- 
lic BcbOOl, lvs 17 Kideau 

ii. student, lvs *>■>! Prln- 

i ajua Peter, brewer Bajus Brewery, 

.71 Wellington 
Bajui Robert B, I mi 

i Miss Emily, nurse General 
pltal 

p, res IM Rldeau 
i 'in . lvs ii IcksoD lane 

• Henrj B, si udent, lvs \\ s \ i 
win ■: Union 

• John i • Robertson & 

w s Alwlngton ave, 2 ■ ol 

1 * ti i . . 1 1 

John w. buti ii' i Prlii 



Baker Margaret J (wid James R), lvs 
W s Albert, 1 n of Mack 
I Baker Miss Minnie, bds 48 Clergy 

Baker Phillip, lab, O GraveJle, lvs 
same 

Baker Robert D, Tobacconist, 2>»1 
Print-ess. Gents' Furnishings and 
Laundry, 206 Princess, res 380 Earl 

Baker Wm, tobacconist, 352 King e, res 
382 Earl 

Baker Wm C, MA, tutor Queen's Col- 
lege, lvs w s Ahvington ave, 2 s of 
t-"nion 

Baker Wm J, clerk R D Baker, r 
Barrie 

Ball Edward H, comp British Whig, 
lvs 264 Queen 

Ball Mrs Emma, res 264 Queen 

Ball Robert E, harnessmkr M Dolan, 
bds 177 Queen 

Ballantyne Alice (wid Andrew), board- 
ing, res 224 University ave 

Ballantyne John, policeman, res 27 
Wellington 

Banforth Rev Richard, rms 374 Barrie 

Bank of British North Ameri- 
ca, George A Robinson, Manager, 
City Buildings 

Bank of Montreal, R I Ii Crom 
bie Manager, cor King and William 

Banks Joshua, gardener F Berry, lvs 

Reg< nt, 1 s of I'rai 

Bannister John, guard K P, res 

Union, i e ox Livingston k\ s 
Bannister PercivaJ <;. student, bds iu 

Kins \\ 
Barber Charles B\ carp, res 151 Divi- 

. ion 

r Mrs Lydla, hair dresser, 151 

Division, res bs 

Barber Vincent, student, rms i"'-' I'ni- 

Barkei w m, lab, bds 298 Barrie 
i ian lay W lvs 115 < lore 

Barlow m rlne, res &80 w.i 

lull 



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DISTRICT 
AGENT 

ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



KINGSTON Al.l'll ABKTK \l. I >l K E< TORY. 



101 



Barlow Robert, lab. lvs 232 Wellington 
Barlow Thomas, much, res 21 Union w 
Barlow Thomas, mason, res n e cor 

Ordnance and Rideau 
Barnes, see also Bearance 
Barnes George H, lab, res 31 Upper 

"William 
Barnes Henry T, blacksmith, res 219 

Brock 
Barnes Mrs H T, grocer, 219 Brock, res 

same 
Barney Benjamin, scrap iron, 39 Prin- 
cess, res 224 Earl 
Barney Miss Hannah, teacher Victoria 

School, lvs 224 Earl 
Barnett George, student, lvs 189 Brock 
Barnum Charles, baker R H Toye, res 

153 Montreal 
Barr Robert, lineman G N W Tel Co, 

res 27 Main 
Barrigan, see also Berrigan 
Barrigan Jacob, shoveller, res 48 Low- 
er Bagot 
Barrigan James A, lab, res 42 Union w 
Barron George, engineer, res 33 

Clergy 
Barrons Samuel F, supt K Vehicle Co, 

res 151 Sydenham 
Barry Bridget (wid James), lvs 21 Bala- 
clava 
Barry. Miss Frances, teacher Central 

School, lvs 20 Division 
Barry James, lab, res n s Fifth, 1 w of 

Chatham 
Barry James, tailor, E, Wlash, res 21 

Balaclava 
Barry John, clerk, Macdonnell & Far- 

rell, lvs Portsmouth 
Barry Miss Lizzie, teacher Louise Pub- 
lic School, lvs 20 Division 



Barry Robert, barber, J B Johnson, 

lvs n s Fifth, 1 w of Chatham 
Barry Robert, coppersmith, res 20 Di- 
vision 
Bartells Delia, (wid S Wellington), lvs 

364 Alfred 
Bartells Oscar V, Assistant City Trea- 
surer, res 364 Alfred 
Parton Alexander, engineer Tug Jessie 

Hall, res 177 Sydenham 
Barton Thomas, switchman G T R, lvs 

Montreal, 3 s of G T R crossing 
Bass Charles L, Jewellery, 342 

King e, res same 
Bassam Wm E, caterer, 241 Bagot, res 

e s Alfred, 5 s of Union 
Bastow J G, Plumber, Gas and 
Steamfitter, 375 King e, res 85 Queen 
Bates Miss Ada J, teacher, lvs 5 Hales 

Cottages King w 
Bates Daniel, capt schr "Fabieola," res 

220 Sydenham 
Eates Elizabeth M, (wid Henry), music 
teacher, res 5 Hales's Cottages, King 
west 
Bates Henry C, agent, lvs 5 Hale's Cot- 
tages, King w 
Bates Jane (wid Peter), res 497 Prin- 
cess 
Bateson James, policeman, res 29 King 

west 
Bateson Miss Jane, grocer, 100 William, 

res same 
Bateson Miss Margaret, lvs 100 Wil- 
liam 
Bateson Matthew, bartender, Russell 

House, lvs 100 Queen 
Bawden Elizabeth (wid Henry), res SI 

Clergy w 
Bawden Elizabeth (wid Wm). lvs 81 
Frontenac 



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of every descripticn. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



Bawden Joseph, barrister, 194 Ontario, 

res 81 Frontenac 
Bawden Joseph W, stenographer, lvs 

SI Clergy w 
Baxter Catherine (wid Peter), res 313 

Brock 
Baxter Catherine (wid Wm L), lvs 215 

^'illiam 
Baxter Miss Jane, res 74 Sydenham 
Baxter Miss Mary A, res 74 Sydenham 
Baxter Miss Maud, music teacher, res 

215 William 
Bay of Quinte Auer Light Co, 
N X Granger, .Manager, W J Dawson 
Agent, 256 Bagot 
Bay of Quinte Hotel, Charles Lyons 

prop, 14 Market sq 
Bay of Quinte Railroad and 
Navigation Co, R J . Wi's >n 
at, 30 Clarence 
Baylay, see also Bailey, Bailie, Baillie, 

Baylie and Bayly 
Baylay Frederick D, clerk Ontario 

k. lvs Barrieneld 
Baylie Charles, electrician R r. res 46 

Livingston ave 

Bealea Wm B, shoveller, res I Quebec 

Beamish Rev George R, Curate 

81 George's Cathedral, re* 226 Bagot 

also Ban 

1 1 arance Alexander, watchman Street 

Ky ( Jo, res 198 i 'i InceM 
i -.. iranci David, carp, bd 92 Queen 
Bearance 1 1<; i lay 

Bea • t i n Id i lamilton), re i 

. Bagot 
Wilson, driver Kingston • Joal 

( fO, bd 11(a) Main 

iird 

i :■ i - ■ ii mi. i (wid James), bd 97 

w i ilington 
Beat ill Pi on 

i Bel I, h ■ 278 B i 

• n m iss i lelena, i udent, lvs 27;> 
B ' 



Beatty Charles, res 161 Bagot 
Beaudry Louis, chef City Hotel, res 114 

Queen 
Beaupre Remi, res 247 Johnston 
Bedford John, spinner Kingston Hosi- 
ery Co, res 130 Division 
Bedore Charles, lab, res 321 Victoria 
Bee Hive, crockery, 202 Princess 
Beech Charles, lab, res 6 Quebec 
Beecher George, sailmaker, res 

Montreal 
Beel Elizabeth F (wid James), board- 
ing house, 132 Wellington 
Begg Annie (wid Wm), res 89 Union e 
Begg Edgar M, elk Steacy & Steacy, 

lvs 50 William 
Begg George A, elk. lvs 50 William 
Begg George L M, baker 50 William, 

res same 
Begg Harriet (wid Alexander), res 205 

Wellington 
Begg Harry S, elk E C Mitchell, lvs 

50 William 
Begg John W, Physician 203 Welling 

ton, lvs 206 same 
Behan John J, Grocer •'!*_'(> Kinge. 

res 17 Patrick 
Behan Mary (wid John), lvs 17 Patrick 
Belanger Frederick, painter, lvs 74 

Lower Be 
i telanger i H, painter, bds mt 

Lov i r Bagot 
Belanger BZelalre, painter, res 74 Lower 

B LgO t 

Belanger James, painter T w Bdilo, res 

106 Lower Bagot 
Belanger Joseph, painter T W Bdilo, lvs 

Tt Lower Bagol 
Belch Miss annle, weaver, i>>is t Bt 

Catherine 
i lelch James, d 1 1n« 

Belch Wellington, striper K Vehicle Co, 

bds Windsor Hotel 

Charl i > i\s _■•; i Johnston 
Bell Elisabeth (wid Francis), h 

Stephen 



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DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



L03 



Bell Eliza (wid Robert), lvs 176 Uni- 
versity ave 

Bell Miss Elizabeth, nurse General 
Hospital 

Bell Frederick M, elk E C Mitchell, lvs 
203 Colborne 

Bell Rev George, LLD, Registrar 
Queen's College, Residence 162 Earl 

Bell George W, VS, DVDS, Veter- 
inary Surgeon, Offices 129 Brock and 
iiT."> Princess, res South Bartlett St. 
(Sec adv right bottom lines.) 

Bell James W, res 176 University ave 

Bell John, baker, res 221 Montreal 

Bell John, carp, res 8 Pine 

Bell John, jr, baker J Baker, lvs 221 
Montreal 

Bell John H, MD, Physician. Office 
Hours 8 to 10 am, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 
pm. Telephone 367 : Office and Resi- 
dence 140 Wellington 

Bell Organ and Piano Co, R J Mc- 
Dowell agt, 294 Princess 

Bell Peter W, res 261 Johnston 

Eell Robert C (W P Bell & Son), res 
235 Colborne 

Bell Telephone Co, A T Smith 
Local Manager, 186 Ontario 

Bell Warren W, civil engineer, lvs 361 
Johnston 

Bell Wm P (W P Bell & Son), res 203 
Colborne 

Bell W P & Son (Wm P and Robert 
C), photographers 39 Brock 

Belt Wm K, car inspr GTR, res n s 
Hickson ave, 2 w of Montreal 

Belton Frederick, groom C A Wells, 
lvs Oriental Hotel 

Bendell Alfred, elk W H Keene, lvs 211 
Sydenham 



Bendell Elizabeth C (wid John), lvs 211 

Sydenham 
Benn John W, blacksmith J Harrigan, 

res 174 Queen 
Benn Ernest, barber 31 Brock, bds 

American Hotel 
Bennett Alexander, baker G L M Begg, 

res Chapman st 
Bennett Caroline (wid Henry), bds 309 

Brock 
Bennett Edward, foreiman shoveller M 

T Co, res 166 Lower Bagot 
Bennett Eliza (wid James), res 259 

Montreal 
Bennett Elizabeth (wid John), res 130 

Lower Bagot 
Bennett Miss Fanny, dressmaker 309 

King w, lvs same 
Bennett George, lab R Crawford, lvs 

161 Nftson 
Bennett Henry B, broommkr W Bailey 

& Co, lvs 309 King w 
Bennett Hugh, foreman G A McGowan, 

res 293 Montreal 
Bennett James, guard K P, res 309 

King w 
Bennett James C, comp British Whig, 

lvs 309 King w 
Bennett James S, cigarmkr G A Mc- 
Gowan, lvs 130 Lower Bagot 
Bennett James S, caretaker Market, 

lvs 259 Montreal 
Bennett John R, tinsmith E B Loucks, 

lvs 309 King w 
Bennett Miss Mary A, lvs 161 Nelson 
Bennett Mary J (wid James E), dress- 
maker 270% Princess, res same 
Bennett Robert J, comp Kingston 

News, res 73 Ordnance 
Bennett Miss Sarah, res 322 Division 
Bennett Thomas J, shoemkr 218 Wel- 
lington, res same 



VETERINARY DENTISTRY 

TELEPHONES 514 AND 201. 



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BRANCH OF VETERINARY SURGERY. IF YOUR 
HORSES ARE NOT DOING WELL CONSULT HIM 
FREE OF CHARGE. 



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155 Princess Street. 



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known. Hobart's sweet flavor 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Bennett Wm, res 161 Nelson Bews James, mason, res 215 Colborne 

Bennett Wm. tinsmith R M Horsey & Bews James, jr, mason, lvs 215 Col- 
Co, res 307 Division borne 

Bennett Mrs Wm, grocer 307 Division, Bews John W, broommkr W Bailey & 

res same Co, lvs 215 Colborne 

Benson Miss Mary J, lvs 20 OKill Bibby Miss Elizabeth, lvs 67 Sydenham 

Benson Wm, corporal A Battery, res Bibby Frederick A, Livery Stable 

165 Queen 129 Brock, res 459 Princess 

Bentley Mai part t (wid Frederick J), Bibby Herbert D, clothing 316 King e, 

lvs 477 Princess , res 84 Gore 

Berman Harry, traveller, bds Russell J Bibby Thomas H, grocer, res 67 Syden- 

House ham 

Berman Noah, traveller, bds Russell Blckley F A, trav Macnee & Minnes. 



House 

Bermingham, see also Birmingham 

Bermingham Mrs James, res 520 Princ- 
ess 

Bernier Alfred, sailor scbx 8 H Dunn 
res 157 Bagot 

Bernstein Henry, cigarmkr S Obern- 
dorffer, bds 288 Princess 

Bernstein Joseph E, clothing 184 Princ- 
ess, res Monti it. P Q 



res Montreal, P Q 

Bickley John J, foreman spinner Cot- 
ton Mills, res 29 Charles 

Bicknell Emma (wid Charles), res 244 
Ear! 

Birch, see also Burtch 

Birch Alfred C, bookkeeper McKelvey 
& Birch, lvs i:t> Bagot 

Birch Charles E, plumber McKelvey A 
Birch, lvs 136 Bagot 



Bernstein .1 Sidney, student, bds 132 Birch Edgar C, lvs 136 Bagot 



Wellington 
Berrigan, see also Barrigan 
!'■• n Igan John L, driver Jae U 
land, res s w cor Livingston and 
I »a\ idson 

y, see also Barry 
'••■' i mai to I garden, n 

■ 
ardman s Anglln & 



Birch George, carp, res 41 George 
Birch Samuel (McKelvej & Birch), 
Residence 136 Bagot 

Bird Prank M, Capt Salvation Army. 

bds 886 Johnston 
Bird Henry, barb* r 357 Princess. 

same 

Bird James, painter T MoMahon *v 

lvs 42 ' llergy w 
Bird John, lab, lvs 12 Clergy w 



bds 280 I tatai lo 

i|Mi FeMx, |.ro\ Bird John n. lab Locomotive Work* 

lvs 527 Princess 
1 John, carp, res 88 Union e Bird Joseph, carp U T Co, i 

bds 848 Prim Montreal 

Mrs if irrj \. musk teacher, lvs Bird Langley, lab, ret 12 Clergy w 
• Hali Cottag King w Birkett, bi e also Burto tt 

Id Dr Henry \». res n ■ Birkett John H, Seoretarj Treas- 
urer Canadian Locomotive & Engine 
bei Ine (wid Jo ■ ph .i >. | 



Btanl 

I ■'' •!• i ICh W. broommkr \V 

i Btanli 

< .> i i ■ ■ I ■ 



llevue," Ci mi 
Blrmin also B rmlngham 

Birmingham John, carter, res 12 Pron- 
tan 



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THE SAME RATES AS MEN, WITHOUT EXTRA. BOYS 
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District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON AU'IIAIIKTH AL DIRECTORY. 



105 



Birmingham John R, guard K P, res 34 

Livingston ave 
Birmingham Warren A, lab W H Reid, 

lvs 12 Frontenac 
Blrtles Wm E, comp Kingston News, 

res Barriefield 
Bisnett Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker 90 

Wellington, lvs same 
Bissonnette Miss Mary, bds 38 Clergy- 
Black Barnard, Capt scow Dandy, bds 

Ottawa House 
Black D Allan, LDS, Dentist, Of- 
fice and Residence 130 King e, cor 
West 
Black Frederick, foreman Co-operative 
Sash and Door Factory, res 137 Nel- 
son 
Black James, carp J Hooper, res 137 

Alfred 
Black James, sailor, res 47 John 
Black Rev James R, BA, Pastor 
Bethel Congregational Church, Resi- 
dence 429 Johnston 
Black John, sailor, bds 1000 Island 

House 
Black Robert, lab, res 64 Ontario 
Black Thomas, tinsmith Elliott Bros, 

lvs 137 Alfred 
Black Wm H, mason, lvs 137 Alfred 
Blacklock Rev Henry, bds w s Albert, 

1 n of Brock 
Blackwell James W, teamster Shedden 

Co, res 48 O'Kill 
Blair Julia (wid Augustus), res 305 

Montreal 
Blair Wm M, res 17 Pine 
Blake Colburn, lab, res 523 Princess 
Blake George, bricklayer, bds s s Elm, 

1 w of Alfred 
Blaka Henry, laborer John McKay res 
149 Brock 



Blake Horatio H, lab Dr G W Bell 
Blakey Alfred, butcher, res 840 Prin- 
cess 
Blakey James, butcher 204 Barr'ie, lvs 

840 Princess 
Blakley Elizabeth (wid John), rms 70 

William 
Blakley Travers, carter, res 366 Bagot 
Blanchard Alexander, teacher K Busi- 
ness College, res 472 Brock 
Bleaney John, section foreman GTR, 

res GTR Outer Depot 
Blomeley Abel, comp British Whig, lvs 

22 George 
Blomeley James, fireman Water Works, 

res 22 George 
Blomeley Thomas, plumber Elliott 

Bros, res s s Alfred, 2 s of Union 
Blondin Charles, stripper G A McGow- 

an, lvs 31(a) Upper William 
Blondin Joseph, carp, res 31(a) Upper 

William 
Bloomfield Mary (wid George), house- 
keeper 273 Queen 
Bloomfield Wm, capt str Hero, res 145 

Pine ' 
Bloss Fred R, lieut Salvation Army, 

lvs S A Barracks 
Boakes James W, conductor K & P 

Ry, res 680 Montreal 
Boakes Mary (wid Wm), lvs 680 Mon- 
treal 

Board of Trade, Francis King, 
Secretary-Treasurer, Ontario Cham- 
bers, cor King and Clarence 

Bogart Edgar A, teller Ontario Bank, 
bds 132 Wellington 

Boiler Inspection & Insurance 
Company of Canada. J S R Mc 
Cann, Agent, 332 King e. (See adv 
classified insurance companies.) 



niSFASFS fiF nnns Di ; ? eU - vs - ^ made a s P eciai «tud 7 ** tn P 

UIOr-HOLO UT UUUO Past ^ten jea^s of the diseases of these" animal 
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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



Bolger Thomas O, City Engineer, 

City Buildings, res 128 Johnston 

Bond Miss Florence, nurse General 
Hospital 

Bonny George E, foreman Locomotive 
\V,.rks, lvs 210 Montreal 

Bonny George, jr, blacksmith Locomo- 
tive Works, res 79 Elm 

Bonny James, lvs 210 Montreal 

Bonter Mrs Hannah A, res 198 Bagot 

Boon John, carter, res 100 Chatham 

Boon Robert J, butcher, lvs 100 Chat- 
ham 

Boon T James, clerk C Robinson, lvs 
100 Chatham 

Booth Charles E, civil engineer, lvs 196 
■ ii'ne 

Booth Captain Edward A, sr, 
(Booth & Co), Residence 172 Alfred 

Booth Capt Edward A, jr, bookk 
Booth & Co, res 243 Alfred 

Booth George, engineer str Bothwell, 
res 353 Brock 

Booth John, private A Battery, res 432 
I larrie 

Booth & CoiC.ipt Edward A Booth 

sr, Robert Crawford), Coal and Wood, 

foot of West 
Boras Philip, driver Wm Pipes pea 146 

Queen 

< Tharles, guard K P, res e s 

Pemluok'-, -' n of Davidson 
Bosweil Philip, pattern Otter, b 

Sim 
Boucher John w. a^t Ontario .Mutual 

Life h. i. k 

Bourdeau i la pt late, lab, Jaa Mail, a, rea 

192 Ridi 
Bourdea u 

R] leau 
Bourd( mi Jamei . bi ikema n K A i ' Ry, 

14 I 
! lourne m . rennl* 

Balaclava, Ivi ime 
Bourns John « '. coal oil i Bal- 

ime 



Boutillier Amos S, instructor R M Col- 
lege, res 116 Rideau 

Bowen Charles L, student, lvs St 
George's Hall 

Bowen House, James Adams prop, 42> 
King e 

Bowen Mary (wid George H), res 326 
Alfred 

Bowen Wm A. sexton St George's Ca- 
thedral, res St George's Hall 

Bower Joseph P, lvs 86 Barrie 

Bowes Miss Jennie, dressmaker 255 
King e, res same 

Bower John, res 86 Barrie 

Bowes Miss Nellie, dressmaker, 1\ - 
King e 

Bowles Mary A (wid Edward), res 16 
Patrick 

Bowman Bros (John and Charles), toll 
collectors, Cataraqui Bridge 

Bowman Catherine (wid Edwin), res 35 
Elm 

Bowman Charles (Bowman Bros), res 
Barrlefield 

Bowman John (Bowman Bros), res Ca- 
taraqui Bridge 

Bowman Wm T, res 8 George 

Boyce Margaret (wid Caleb), lvs 311 
Brock 

Boyce Richard J, salesman Tayl 
Co, res 814 Brock 

Boyd Miss Annie, teacher Cataraqui 
School, lvs 867 Brock 

Boyd Ferguson, baker M P Hughes, 
rea 16 Oolborne 

Boj 'i i ; orge, engineer str Jam 
Walker, res BOS Johnston 

Boyd Miss Harriet, dressmaker 49 

< fl< t'^y. rea same 

Boyd [aaac, merchant tailor 364 King 
e. res 396 Brook 

.lames, baker 862 Princess, res 

Boj d James, blacksmith Btreet i:> Co, 

res MM Albert 
Boyd John, capl str James A Walker, 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

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A Substantial Canadian Old 
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107 



Boyd Rev John D; pastor Zion Presby- 
terian Church, res 106 Pine 

Boyd Joseph R, tailor A O'Brien, lvs 
163 Princess 

Boyd Miss Mary, lvs 2 Stanley Terrace, 

Quebec st 
Boyd Richard, cab owner, res 7 Col- 
borne 
Boyd Richard, jr, lvs 7 Colborne 
Boyd Solomon, res 125 Albert 
Boyd Thomas, butcher, res 2 Stanley 

Terrace, Quebec st 
Boyd Wm J, appr J W Oldfln, lvs 7 

Colborne 
Boyle Henry M, bartender British 

American Hotel, res 133 William 
Boynton Milton J, carriage painter, res 

154 Rideau 
Brabant Augustus F, Needle 

Manufacturer, Redditch, Eng, E "VV 

Mullin, 87 Division, Canadian Mana- 
ger. 
Bradden James, lineman Electric 

Eight Works, res 262 Earl 
Bradford James A, farmer, res n s 

Concession Rd, 2 e of Princess 
Bradley Wellington H, agent, bds 2 

Gallinger Terrace, Chatham street 
Bradshaw James, foreman, Kingston 

Hosiery Co, bds 124 Stuart 
Bradshaw James L H, clerk Standard 

Bank, rms 141 Princess 
Bradshaw Malissa, (wid Peter), lvs _'l 

Ellice 
Brady Mrs Eliza, confections, w s 

Montreal, 1 n of K & P Ry crossing 
Brady George, res 285 Division 
Brady James, driver Jas Mallen, lvs 

99 Lower Bagot 
Brady John, lab, res 99 Lower Bagot 



Brady Patrick, lvs w S Montreal, 1 w 
K & P Ry crossing 

Brame Henry, furniture, 251 Princess, 
res same 

Branch Joseph, engineer Tug Petri!, 
res 179 Sydenham 

I'.raniff Hugh, lab, res 267 Earl 

Braniff Hugh jr, baker, lvs 267 Earl. 

Branigan Denis P, bookkeeper W C 
Martin, lvs 434 Princess 

Branigan Edmund P, butcher, 222 
Montreal, res 220 same 

Branigan Joseph J, lvs 220 Montreal 

Branigan Miss Phoebe, teacher St 
John's School, lvs 434 Princess 

Branigan Samuel, tailor C Livingston 
& Bro, bds 117 Lower Bagot 

Brantford Miss Julia, rms 70 William 

Breck Ira A, Residence " Sunny- 
side," Union w 

Breck I Harry, electrician Electric 
Light Works, lvs " Sunnyside," Un- 
ion w 

Breck Luther W, res 101 Union e 

Breden, see also Briden 

Breden Amelia (wid Wm), res s w cor 
Princess and Bath Rd 

Breden John, sec-treas Kingston 
Chemical Fire Engine Co, 159 Wel- 
lington, res 201 Brock 

Breen May (wid Thomas), lvs 159 Wel- 
lington 

Brennan Joseph P, barber P J Purcell, 
lvs 419 Johnston 

Brennan Michael, keeper K P, res 419 
Johnston 

Brewer Wm W, sailor, res n s Con- 
cession Rd, 4 w of Division 

Brewster Sarah (wid Wm), lvs 41 
James 



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Telephones 514 and 201. 



Treats all diseases of do- 
mestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to day 
or night. 



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155 Princess Street. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



Brick Margaret (wid Bernard), res 94 

Bay 
Brick Thomas, polisher Wormwith & 

Co, lvs 94 Bay 
Brickstock Robert W, engineer, b 

Maitland 
Brickwood James H. fish 'and gamo 

warden, res 207 University ave 
Eriden, see also Breden 

D Elizabeth (wid Rev Wm), res 

122 Colborne 
Briden George S. grocer, 370 Barrie, 

res same 
Briden Miss Nellie, nurse General Hoe- 
pita] 
Briggs Alfred L. tinsmith E Chown & 

Son, lvs 361 Alfred 
Briggs Charlotte (wid Nicholas), res 

361 Alfi 

. ' ixriet (wid George >. be" 

Earl 
Briggs Thomaa,ManagerFrontenac 

Loan * [nvestnu nt 9ociety, I 

dence i^T Kim 
Brightman Thomas, gardener rea B45 

I'rii 

Brignall Robert, car inspr •'. T R. res 
j mb J, 7 a of G 7 R crossing 
nt Ellsha (wid August} 

i tarrfe 

T ( ;••••> ge, moulder Kin 

Foundry, res 21 Arch 

tow Wm. lab, re* 72 Queen 
British American Hotel, Thomas 
tc Proprietor, Kin) cor ( !la rence 
British Whig, The, (Dailj and 
Weekly), E .1 B Pi nse Propi 
310 Km 
Britton Byron M , QC, i Britton 

B Bj denh 
Britton & Whiting, | Byron M, 
Bi Ittoi . QC, John L Whiting, BA) 
Bai 
Brock \ 1 1 inn m ■ h ma 

ii. i |oldi ii I don i Hoi k, i 
denh i in 



Brock Rev James, res 16 Sydenham 
Brock Mary (wid Rev Thomas), res 40 

Clergy 
Brock Reginald W, demonstrator 

School of Mining, lvs 40 Clergy 
Brokenshire Jane (wid John), res e s 

Alfred, 1 s of Union 
Erookes John S, carp T S Brookes, lvs 

04 Albert 
Brookes Thomas S, Contractor, 94 

Albert, res same 
Brooks Miss Carrie, lvs 190 Barrie 
Brooks Miss Margaret, lvs 190 Barrie 
Brooks Miss Mary A, res 190 Barrie 
ihy CharU-s !•:. lvs 59 Wellington 
Brophy Joseph, prop Long Island Park, 

lvs 59 Wellington 
Brophy Margaret (wid Wm), n 

Wellington 
l rophy Miss Margaret M. artist 

Wellington, lvs same 
Brougb Albert E, driver Rathburn Co, 

res 1 Devonshire Ter, Sydenham st 
Brough Frank H. watchmkr F W 

tes, res 268 Ba 
Brough Mary (wid Wm). lvs 258 Bagot 
Brouse Edward, agent, rea 18 Ord- 

nai 
Brouse Henry, mach, res 19 Elm 
Brouse .1 Reuben, boarding house 

also Browne 

Brown Mrs Annie, rms 213 William 
Brown < 'ii. i Hvi- 

i :n>\\ n Chai lea l '•. clerk Stanley 1 1 
Bran n I < i\ Id, moulder, res 239 Earl 
I T"\\ ii Frederick, engineer, n 

Place d' Arm 
Brown Fred M, Barrister, Solicitor, 

etc, 159 Wellington, lvs 6 12 Prir 
Brow n Qi orge, oa retake] i it i : irl 

I ;-. >\> i I 

Brow n James, p ilnter, rei 162 ] tarrie 
Brown |r, clerk N T ( ireenv 



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Brown James H, lab, res 118 Lower 
Baerot 

Brown Miss Jan.- A. lva 77.". Montreal 
Brown Johnston, Proprietor Stan- 
ley House, cor Ontario and Clarence, 
res 102 Queen 
Brown Joseph, porter Windsor Hotel 
Brown Miss Margaret, res rear 35 Wel- 
lington 
Brown Marshall J, physician, 632 Prin- 
cess, res same 
Brown Mary (wid John), lvs 237 Earl 
Brown Richard J, shoveller, res 48 

Place d' Armes 
Brown Sarah J, (wid Thomas), res 262 

Sydenham 
Brown Thomas, lab, C. Quinn, bds 

Lake View House 
Brown Timothy A, gardener 13 King w 
Brown Wm, eng Co-Operative Sash 

and Door Factory, res 44 Gore 
Browne Frank F T, clerk McRae Bros, 

res 22 Ontario 
Browne G-eorge W, Inland Revenue 

Officer, res 138 Union w 
Browne James (James Browne & Co), 

lvs 138 University ave 
Browne James & Co, (James and Pat- 
rick Browne), liauors, 175 Ontario 
Browne Patrick, (James Browne & Co), 

res 138 University avenue 
Brownfield Annie E, (wid Frederick), 

res 208 King e 
Brownlie Archibald, tailor J S Sands 

& Son, res 117 Lower Bagot 
Bruce, see also Druce 
Bruce Elizabeth (wid James), res 12o 

Nelson 
Bruce James, boarder Kingston Hosi- 
ery Co, lvs 126 Nelson 
Bruce Miss Jennie, dressmkr, 126 Nel- 
son, Jvs same 



I nice Wm, carp, res 217 University 

avenue 
Bruce Wm, painter K Vehicle Co, bds 

1000 Island House 
Brunette Mary (wid John), caretaker 
St. John's Separate School, res School 
building, John street 
Bryan Christina (wid George), res 33 

Albert 
Bryan Hugh W, MA, Assistant Regis- 
trar Queen's College, lvs 33 Albert 
Bryan Price G, cloth examiner Cotton 

Mills, res 198 Rideau 
Bryant Arthur G, clerk E F Sears, lvs 

n s Concession Rd, 6 w of Division 
Bryant, Carnegie & Lynn, (Reuben 
Bryant, John B Carnegie, Joseph E 
Lynn), founders, ft of Bay 
Bryant Caroline (wid Wm), res 657 

Princess 
Bryant Edward, carp R Davis & Son, 
res n s Concession rd, 6 w of Divis- 
ion 
Bryant Ernest, lab Kingston Hosiery 

Co, lvs 198 University ave 
Bryant Francis, blacksmith Kingston 
Foundry, res n s Concession rd, 5 w 
of Division 
Bryant Henry G, teacher of telegra- 
phy, lvs n s Concession rd, 1 w of 
Division 
Bryant James, storekeeper K & P Ry 

shops, res 42 Lower Rideau 
Bryant Joseph, driver R H Toye, lvs 

569 Princess 
Bryant Joseph A, painter 310 Barrie, 
lvs n s Concession rd, 1 w of Divis- 
ion 
Bryant J Wesley, painter, res 13 Ste- 
phen 
Bryant Melville, laborer Kingston Hos- 
iery Co, lvs 198 University ave 



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Bryant Reuben (Bryant, Carnegie & 

Lynn), res 217 Colborne 
Bryant Robert, woodworker T C Wil- 
son, res 569 Princess 
Bryant R John, tinsmith R M Horsey 

& Co, res 26 Elm 
Bryant R Wm, painter R Davis ..<: 

Son, res s s Markland, 3 e of Patrick 
Bryant Thomas C, cigarmkr G A Me- 

Gowan, res 284 Johnston 
Bryant Wm, painter J F McDermott. 

res n s Concession, 1 w of Division 
Bryson James, res 210 Fniversity ave 
Bryson James, jr. painter T McMahon 

& Co, lvs 210 University ave 
Bryson Win J, tinsmith 239 Bagot, lvs 

210 University ave 
Buck George M, lab, res 138 Chatham 
Buck Philip H, carp, res 85 York 
Bucknell James, lab, pee 102 Montreal 
Bucknell Win, tailor, lvs 102 Moi 
Bulger James, shoveller, res 92 Ontario 
Bulger John, cigarmkr S Oberndoi fter, 

■ J Ontario 
Bunker Edward F, traveller, res L29 

William • 

Bunt Charles \. clerk Post Office, lvs 
66 Lower Bagot 

Bunt John B, clerk A Chown & Co, 
lvs 66 Low er I lagot 

Bunt Richard, blacksmith, res fit; Low- 
er Bagot 

Bunt Wm, blacksmith, res l-'i' Col- 
borne 

Burcfa b and Burton 

mder, lvs LOO Bar! 

Bureau Mlei Isabel <;. t> 
School, lvs LOO i: ii i 

Bui an Peter, gardener, res LOO Earl 

Burke Avon, i : )ueen 

Tan I 

Burke Mrs Ellen, h i SOS Queen 
Mink- John, 1" ! i 1 |6 

■ 
Bui k John iv clei ■ R m. k mi. rvi 
Portsmouth 



Burke Joseph, soldier A Battery, res 
Riding School, Place d'Armes 

Burke Northcote J, mach K & P Ry 
shops, res 308 Queen 

Burke Philip, comp Wm Bailie, lvs 201 
Queen 

Burke Rosanna (wid Edward), res s w 
cor Livingston ave and Davidson 

Burke Sarah (wid James R), lvs f-6 
Rideau 

Burke Thomas F, butcher M Walsh, 
lvs Portsmouth 

Burke Wm S, carp, res w s Xelson, 1 
n of Johnston 

Burke Win T, clerk, res 47 Colborne 

Burkett, see also Birkett 

Hurkett John, bds House of Industry 

Burnett Herbert W. grocer i'< Chat- 
ham, res same 

Burnett Hester E (wid Orlando), res 14 
Frontenac 

Burnetto .Morris S. silverware merch- 
ant, res 368 Bagot 

Burns, see also Byrne and Byrnes 

Burns Miss Edith, telegraph operator, 
lvs so Earl 

Burns Elizabeth (wid Edward), lvs 
Johnston 

Burns George, quarry man, res 59 Elm 

Burns Henry, mason. Us 17:" Prim 

Burns John, waiter Windsor Hotel 
Burns John a. butcher, lvs 109 York 
Burns Mary (wid Michael), res 389 Bar 

rle 
Burns M4ss Mary, dressmaker i::i im- 

\ Islon, res same 

Burns Matthew, clerk Howland Bros, 

lvs I'.ai riet'nld 

Km ns Patrick, lab, res 17 i >rdnan< 
Burns Rachel i w i.i l [en 

i U ock, res I7:i Prim 
Burps Robert, clerk Mrs R Burns, lvs 

479 Prim ■ 
i turns R Saston, bookki pei Iflacnee 

ft Mini 
Burns Rob irpentry Instructor 

k I', res U John 



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Burns Thomas M, fireman Electric 

Light Works, Ivs 389 Barrie 
Burns Wilson, carter, lvs 41(a) Main 
B u inside Edgerton, buyer W H Reid, 

res 60 Clergy 
Burr Miss Bffte M. bds 15 Rldeau 
Burrows Willtam, Gas Inspector 
and Collector of Canal Tolls Clarence 
St, Residence 193 Johnston 
Burstall Henry E, lieut A Battery 

RCA, res Tete du Pont Barracks 
Burtch, see also Birch 
Burtch Albert \V. grocer 59 Upper 

Charles, res same 
Burtch Delbert, broommkr W Bailey 

& Co, lvs e s Patrick, 1 n of James 
Burtch Enoch, carp, res e s Patrick, 1 

n James 
Burtch Ira, driver A Maclean, res 268 

Ontario 
Burtch Orviile H, weaver Cotton Mills, 

lvs e s Patrick, 1 n of James 
Burton George, appr R Wallace, lvs 

114 Raglan rd 
Burton Henry, res e s Montreal, 7 n of 

GTR crossing 
Burton John J, grocer 155 Division, res 

same 
Burton John V, moulder, res 210 Queen 
Burton Samuel, upholsterer P C Mar- 
shall, res 114 Raglan rd 
Burton Samuel L, clerk Elliott Bros, 

lvs 114 Raglan rd 
Busch Cynthia E (wid Sidney H), lvs 

294 Brock 
Bus? Joseph, quarryman, res 15 Ste- 
phen 
Bush John, laborer, res 225 Wellington 
Bushell John, sailor, res 374 King e 
Bushell Robert J, market garden, res 
e s Bath rd 



Bushell Wm J, forwarder, res w s Nel- 
son, 3 n of Princess 
Bushey Alice (wid Francis), res 623 

Princess 
Bushie Robert F, carpenter, res 28 

Pine 
Bushie Robert J, carp, lvs 28 Pine 
Bushie Victoria, housemaid General 

Hospital 
Busso Miss Agnes, lvs 22 Alma 
Busso Miss Emily, housekeeper 216 

Sydenham 
Busso Wim, clerk Corrigan & Co, lvs 

216 Sydenham 
Buswell Miss Jane, lvs 79 Elm 
Butcher Arthur J, baker, lvs 18 Pine 
Butcher Jane (wid Michael), res 18 

Pine 
Butcher Wh, finisher Carnovsky Wood 

Mnfg Co, lvs 18 Pine 
Butland James, comp British Whig, 

res 54 Upper Charleis 
Butter Wm A, porter Canadian Ex- 
press Co, res 307(a) Johnston 
Butlin Charles, driver Canadian Ex- 
press Co, lvs 16 Dufferln 
Butlin Emma, dressmaker 16 Dufferin, 

res same 
Butlin Wm, mach hd R Gaw.& Co, lvs 

16 Dufferin 
Byrne, see also Byrnes and Burns 
Byrne Ann (wid Simon), res 86 Lower 

Bagot 
Byrne Simon, lineman Bell Tel Co, res 

26 Place d'Armes 
Byrnes Miss Christina (Byrnes & Sirr), 

res 19 Montreal 
Byrnes Henry, plumber Elliott Bros, 

lvs Barrlefield 
Byrnes Mary (wid Matthew), res 104 
Queen 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Byrnes & Sirr (Miss Christina Byrnes. 
Miss Delia Sirr), dressmakers 19 Mon- 
treal 

Byron Daniel, laborer, res 449 Division 



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Cadieux Henry, cook Oriental Hotel 

Cain, see also Kane 

Cain Delbert, laborer, res s s Adelaide, 
1 w of Lansdowne 

Cairns, see Kearns 

Caldback John H, • storeman W G 
Craig & Co, res 60 Chatham 

Caldback James, carp, Ivs 365 Alfred 

Caldback Martha (wid James), res 365 
Alfred 

Caldback Robert J, carp, lvs 365 Al- 
fred 

Caldwell Agnes (wid Andrew), lvs n a 

Kim. 2 u of Alfred 
Callfas Wm, student, bds 239 Alfred 

^han, see also Ciena ban 
Callaghan Arthur W II. trav W G 

Craig & Co, Ivs 163 Sydenham 
Cailaghan Daniel, acct Frontenac 
Loan & Investment Society, res 163 
Sydenham 
CaUaghaa Edwin, clerk, lvs 124 Johns- 
ton 
Callaghan Harcourt V, bookkeeper W 
l : 'i ii g A Co, lvs It;:! Sydenham 
iian Jami I Johnston 

erhan Thomas V, engineer Btr 
th King, I Ufred 

\>-y x i ilrch, l\ §77 a 
Calverl Thon ir, res 77 

it wm .j s. tinsmith Nugenl A 
Taj lor, Ivs 77 Arch 
Calvin Company, The Ltd, llii 

A ( 'ah in, i 're ildent ; Sanford 

\ 1 1 1 1 1 . I 1 1 J Mi 

lone, Bi 

ship Buildei 
Tui w i • ■ king Plant, Etc, < larden 



Calvin Hiram A, President Calvin 

Co, Ltd, Residence 131 King e 
Cambridge, see also McCambridge 
Cambridge Henry, yardman Albion 

Hotel, res 264 Sydenham 
Cambridge Thomas, sailor, res 231 Wel- 
lington 
Cameron Major-Gen Donald R 
CMG, Commandant Royal .Military 
College, res 157 King e 
Cameron James H, engineer, lvs 183 

Colborne 
Cameron Kenneth F, motorman Street 

Ry Co, lvs 183 Colborne 
Cameron Lucy (wid Donald), res 183 

Colborne 
Cameron Miss Margaret D, lvs 

Brock 
Cameron Marian (wid Col Angus), res 

34 Simcoe 
Cameron Miss Nettle D, teacher Cen- 
tral School, lvs 372 Brock 
Cameron "Wm T, student, lvs 1">7 King e 
Camlc Wm J. teamster, res ui Nelson 
Campbell Albert, stone cutter n 5fc- 

Bratney, res 237 Sydenham 
Campbell Alexander, grocer and post' 
master, e s Montreal, opp GTR depot. 
res same 
Campbell Alexander B (Kingston Mill- 
ing Co), res 66 <'! 
Campbell Ann fwld James), res 891 

Division 

Campbell Miss Annie, bds M Chatham 
Campbell Archibald, lvs "Elmhurst," 

Centre it 
Campbell Bros, (Wm M and Sam- 
uel vi. Blatters and Furriers si Prin- 

Campbei] Colin, driver Jas Redden A 

< Jo, res 5 York 
« ■ ampix ii Daniel, painter m t Co, lvs 

10S Barrack 
( !ampbell I tenter, u b a i 

Cor i. r. w of l rt\ Islori 



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t ion plan of the Ontario Mutual Life. Thefinesl 
plan of insurance extant. The company wrote 

up nearly three million on it last year. 



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K IMiSToX ALlMIABF/flCAL DIRECTORY. 



113 



Campbell Edward J, teamster Shed- 
den Co, res rear 81 Wellington 
Campbell Eliza J (wid Wm), res 153 

Pine 
Campbell Frank M, res 42 Albert 
Campbell Harvey, carpenter, res w s 

Montreal, 1 n of Stephen 
Campbell Hugh, painter, res 4 Gallin- 

ger Terrace, Chatham st 
Campbell Miss Isabella, tailor&ss 90 

Wellington, lvs same 
Campbell James, coal and wood Wel- 
lington cor Barrack, res 41 Ordn- 
ance 

Campbell James, driver R Campbell, 
lvs 407 Princess 

Campbell James, sailor scow Dandy, 
res e s Beverly in row, 1 n of King 

Campbell James W, MD, Physici- 
an, Surgeon, Etc, Office Hours 2 to 4 
and 7 to 9 pm; Telephone 455; Office 
133 Clergy; Residence 135 same 

Campbell John, carpenter, res e s Al- 
bert, 2 n of Princess 

Campbell John, works.Cotton Mills, lvs 
27 James 

Campbell John J, bookkeeper James 
Campbell, res 105 Gore 

Campbell John S. instructor 14 Batta- 
lion, bds 94 Queen 

Campbell Mrs Marceleen, lvs 220 Syden- 
ham 

Campbell Matthew, res 393 Johnston 

Campbell Matthew, clerk, lvs 407 Prin- 
cess 

Campbell Matthew T, clerk, lvs 393 
Johnston 

Campbell Michael, carder Cotton Mills, 
res 27 James 

Campbell Milton D, lvs 42 Albert 



Campbell Peter, driver J Campbell, res 
rear 102 Barrack 

Campbell Robert, baker The Gardiner 
Co, lvs 246 Barrie 

Campbell Robert, hay dealer, res 407 
Princess 

Campbell Samuel V ( Campbell 
Bros), lvs 42 Albert 

Campbell Thomas, carpenter, res 407 
Princess 

Campbell Wm, (Franklin & Camp- 
bell), res 18 Market sq 

Campbell Wm J, carp, lvs 153 Pine 

Campbell Wm M (Campbell Bros), 

lvs 42 Albert 
Campbell Wm R, lab Dupont & Wilson, 

res 16 St Catherine 
Campion Eddy, clerk Howland Bros, 

lvs 325 Barrie 
Campion Miss Florence, saleslady, lvs 

312 Brock 
Campion Richard, painter W G Frost, 

res 325 Barrie 
Campion Wm, driver Kingston Foun- 
dry, res 312 Brock 
Campsall Wallace P, contractor 244 

Sydenham, res same 
Canada Dry Dock, James Wilson 

Superintendent, foot of Union e; Of- 
fice 30 Union e 
Canada Hay Co (Shirley and John S 

Going), n s William st, bet Ontario 

and King- 
Canada Railway News Co, Ltd 

Arthur Stevens Manager, GTR Outer 

Depot , 

Canada Life Assurance Co, J T White 

agt, 254 Bagot 
Canadian Express Co, James 

Leslie Local Manager, King cor 

Brock 



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Canadian Freeman, P Daley Pro- 
prietor, 128 Clarence 

Canadian Locomotive and En- 
gine Co., (Ltd. ), Hon G A Khk- 
patrick, President; C R Dubs, Vice- 
President; Wm Lorrimer, Managing 
Director; F J Leigh, Superintendent; 
J H Birkett, Secretary, Ontario, foot 
of Earl 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co's 
Telegraph, H .1 Wilson Manager, 
30 Clarence 

Canal Office. Win Burrows Collec- 
tor of Tolls, Clarence st 

Canem Jane (wid Wm), res 398 Division 

Cannem Albi rt, carriage builder, res 3 
Division 

Cannem Miss Maud, teacher, lvs 58 
Rideau 

Cannem Samuel, carter, res 35 Cherry 

Cannem Walter, tinsmith, res 100 Low- 
er i '• 

Cannem Wm, carp, res 58 Rideau 

Cannon Mrs Catherine, lvs 31 Clergy w 

Cannon George D, tailor 26 Montreal, 
lvs :;i Clergy w 

Cannon John E), salesman Richmond & 
Co, refl :i < 'lergy w 

Cannon Wm. tailor 27.', Princess, res 

MA, prof Queen's Col- 
lege, res 103 Union e 
Cart I Johnston 

I '•" ! ' lvs 21! .Johnston 

it. m k. clerk .1 Gilbert, bds 
27 King w 

Iwell Miss Bffla M Barrie 

John, tnouldi I Johnston 

tfebk \i. h i EUdeau 

i Rideau 
I EUdeau 
Carey Thomas C, W Care; A 
Bon), i '.!i ii. iim i i Rideau 

w in. . lei k, lvs Ji Rideau 



Carey W & Son (Thomas C Carey), 
Sheet Music, Golden Lion Block, cor 
Wellington and Clarence 

Carey Rev Rural Dean W B, 
MA, Rector St Paul's Church, Resi- 
dence 213 Queen 

Carley Walter E, painter W G Frost, 
res 264 Earl 

Carmichael J Victor, student, lvs 7 
Mack 

Carmichael Wm D, trav Geo Robertson 
& Son, res 7 Mack 

Carnegie Frances (wid Wm), lvs 98 
Raglan rd 

Carnegie John B (Bryant, Carnegie & 
Lynn), res 98 Raglan rd 

Carney Miss Agnes, lvs 46 Johnston 

Carnovsky Byron H, Cabinet 
Ornamental Work, R Caw & Com- 
pany's Mill. Place d'Armes, !: 
dence 432 Princess 

Carnovsky Chester F, Superin- 
tendent Carnovsky Wood Mnfg f.>. 
res 128 Ontario 

Carnovsky Thomas R, baker 668 Prin- 
cess, res same 

Carnovsky Wm B, fruits 94 Brock, res 
159 Wellington 

Carnovsky Wood Mnfg Co, Ltd, 
Chester P Carnovsky Superintendent, 
128-130 » intarto 

Carr Alexander, tnach, res 66 Bay 

Carr Annie C (wid James), res ■'■- ElHee 

• '.iir Henry s. Colder Cotton Mills, lvs 
66 : 

Irwin, helper Locomotive Works, 
lvs 66 Baj 

1 'i i r .inn. \ . igarmkr i : a m. ■< low- 
an. lvs 32 ElMoe 

in w Neil, guard K I', bds \\ ■ 
Pembroke, 8 n of King 

1 !ai rlngton Joseph J, tanner i,.m ex 
Ki.i- River el 

Carroll mn> Ellen, res :i7 Brock 
ii Ellen ih Id w mi. re 
Bro< k 



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Carroll John K, tailor Carroll & Co, 

lvs 227 PrinceBS 
Carroll Mary (wid Martin), lvs 317 

Brock 
Carroll Robert, res 10 Stuart 
Carroll Win (Carroll & Co), res 227 

Princess 
Carroll Si Company, Merchant 

Tailors, 227 Princess 
Carruthera Miss Annie, lvs 248 Prin- 
cess 
Carruthers George, grocer 248 Princess, 

res same 
Carruthers J B, Banker. Clarence 

cor Wellington, Residence Sydenham 

cor Earl 
Carruthers TV Bruce M, bds British 

American Hotel 
Carscallen Ann E (wid Thomas B), 

Matron Orphans" Home, cor Union 

and University ave 
Carson Bros (John and Thomas A), 

grocers 322 Princess 
Carson John (Carson Bros), res 320 

Princess 
Carson John, brick moulder, res 140 

Colborne 
Carson John, driver, bds 407 Princess 
Carson Robert, messenger Custom 

House, res 220 University ave 
Carson Robert J. wholesale grocer 324 

Princess, res 275 Brock 
Carson Thomas A (Carson Bros), lvs 

320 Princess 
Carson Wm, tinsmith W J Bryson, lvs 

220 University ave 
Carson Wm H, Confectionery. 288 

Princess, res same 
Carswell Robert, boiler maker, res 89 

King w 



lvs "The 
on the St. 



Carter Margaret (wid Thomas), grocer 

<;:« Princess, res same 
Carter Miss Mary M, lvs 55 Clergy w 
Carter Mary A (wid Wm), res 55 

Clergy w 
Carter Roderick C, Outside .Man- 
ager Rathbun Co, res 20 Barrie 
Carter Thomas C (Oram & Moore), 

City Editor Kingston Daily News, res 

631 Princess 
Cartwright Arthur A. knitter Kingston 

Hosiery Co, res 47 Earl 
Cartwright Conway, student, lvs "The 

Maples." three miles e on the St 

La \v re nee 
Cartwright Francis L 

Maples," three miles t 

Lawrence 
Cartwright Lewis S, clerk Bank of 

Montreal, lvs "The Maples," three 

miles e on the St Lawrence 
Cartwright Sir R J, KCMG, Of- 
fice 38 Clarence, res "The Maples," 

three miles e on the St Lawrence 
Carver John, contractor 140 Nelson, res 

same 
Casey Miss Ellen, confections 212 Ba- 

got, res same 
Casey Hiram W, res 322 Brock 
Cass Annie (wid Alfred), res 6 Lower 

Rideau 
Cassidy Andrew N, ship carpenter, res 

20 Markland 
Cassidy Nancy (wid Wm H), res 51 

John 
Cassidy Sarah (wid Andrew), res 55 

John 
Cassidy Miss Sarah, music teacher, 

lvs 55 John 
Cassidy Wm 

Johnston 



H, carpenter, res 412 



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Castledina Charles, switchman GTR, 

res 681 Montreal 
Caswell Ellen (wid Robert), lvs 116 

Lower Bagot 
Caswell Wm R, laborer, res 116 Lower 

Bagot 
Catlin Mrs Jonas T, lvs 35 Brock 
Cauley, see also MeCauley 
Cauley Joseph, lab, res 21 Stephen 
Caulfield Thomas, confections 206 Ba- 
got, res same 
Cavanagh, see also Kavanagh 
Cavanagh Elizabeth (wid John), res 13 
Redan 

- Duncan A, real estate 20 Market 
sq. res 235 Alfred 
Cays Edgerton B, student, lvs 235 Al- 
fred 
Central Hotel, J B Hearn prop, 284 On- 
tario 
Chadwick Allan, Manager Tl o 
Rathbun Co. Ontario cor Place 
d'Armea, Residence 22 Barrie 
Chadwlck Alice (wid Wra Mi. res 444 

Johnston 
Chadwlck Harvey, driver Rathbun Co, 
bdfl 19 Kim 

I. Mi- - Margaret, lvs ir.2 Earl 
Chalkley Emma (wid Robert), res 69 
Chatham 

lain Allan J, clerk Post Office, 
lvs 1 *t 1 Johnston 

mberlaln Hester A (wid John C), 

1 ton 

iwi.l Michael W), 
lvs ::T York 

< !ha i r, res ■ 

' in i-il. i B urrle 

I 

ii |va 117(a) Albert 

i'Ii ipman Chai l< - ; T, 
with i tolborne 



Chapman George, res 100 Clergy 
Chapman George E, painter K Vehicle 

Co, lvs 100 Clergy 
Chapman Hardy E, foreman Kingston 

Hosiery Co, rea 117(a) Albert 
Chapman Henry, coachman Sir R J 

Cartwright. lvs 168 Lower Bagot 
Chapman Milton, lvs 377 Brock 
Chapman Mrs Rachel, res 228 Johns- 
ton 
Chapman Sidney YT, contractor 377 

Brock, res same 
Chapman Waddtngrton J, Con 
tractor and Builder 124 Colborne, res 
same 
Chapman TVm. dairyman, res 292 John- 
ston 
Charles Edwin, carp, res 47 Division 
Charles John A. mngr Bee Hive 202 

Princess, res 232 Barrie 
Charles John E. tinsmith McKelvey ft 

Birch, lvs 47 Division 
Charles Win H. clerk R H Toye. bds 

801 Barrie 
Charlton Albert, clerk Dalton ft 

Strange lvs 92 Earl 
Charlton Robert, foreman boilermkr 

M T I ' "art 

Charlton Robert, jr. bollermkr M T Co, 

lvs 92 Earl 
Charon, Bee choron 

er Joseph, laborer General Hos- 
pital 
Chatterton Mr Helen, res 87 York 

.i tmea e. eomp British 
Whiff, Ivi 81 York 
Chedick Ann (wid James), lvs 108 Mon- 

Chedl painter T MoMahon A 

ins Monti 
Cherry Wan G, mach hd Co-opeT 

i ,,'..1 Door Factory, ree Barrle- 

Chestnul Miai Harriel ' Wil- 

liam 

CMldrsn'i Aid Boclety and • 
Union w 



IFYOU:ORI YOUR FRIENDS! THINK OF TAKING C RQUGHTON 
OUT LIFEIINSURANCEXALL OR REFER THEM TO *>■ 
THrUNDERSIGNEDI AND HE WILL CHEERFULLY 
SUPPLY ALL INFORMATION ABOUT HIS COMPANY. 



DISTRICT 
AGENT 
ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



117 



Chevrefils Miss Caroline, lvs 50 Wel- 
lington 

Ohlng Lee, laundry, 30 Montreal 

Choron Adolphus, blacksmith M T Co, 
res 146 Montreal 

Choron Adolphus, jr, boilermkr M T 
Co, lvs 146 Montreal 

Choron Wm J, comp Kingston News, 
lvs 146 Montreal 

Chown A & Co (Alfred F and Oliver 
Chown), carriage, saddlery and gen- 
eral hardware 252 Bagot 

Chown Dr Albert P, Druggist 
185 Princess, Residence 255 Brock 

Chown Alfred F (A Chown & Co), res 
126 University ave 

Chown Arthur, res 289 Queen 

Chown Charles D, Hardware. 
Stoves and Tinware 229-231 Princess, 
res 110 Bagot 

Chown Edwin (Edwin Chown & 
Son), Residence 187 Brock 

Chown Edwin & Son (Edwin and 
George T), Importers and Dealers in 
Hardware, Enamelled Ware, Tin- 
smiths' Supplies and Household Fur- 
nishings, 248-250 Bagot 

Chown George Y (Edwin Chown 
& Son), Residence 257 Brock 

Chown Harvey R, trav A Chown & Co, 
res 321 University ave 

Chown Miss Hattie L, principal Louise 
School, lvs 220 Johnston 

Chown Oliver (A Chown & Co), res 162 
University ave 

Chown Robert J, agent, lvs 220 John- 
ston 

Christley Miss Ann, lvs 220 Queen 

Christley Miss Catherine, lvs 224 Queen 

Christley Edward, yardman Russell 
House 



237 



Jane (wid George), lvs 

lab, Rathbun Co, rc-s 



cab owner, res 221 



Christley 

Brock 
Christley John, 

20 Stephen 
Christley Wm, 

Queen 
Christmas Henry, sailor, res 17 Clergy 

west 
Christmas Henry T, carder Kingston 

Hosiery, Co, lvs 70 Ontario 
Christmas Isabella (wid James), res 70 

Ontario 
Christmas Mary A (wid James T), lvs 

17 Clergy w 
Christmas Wm J, lab, Kingston Foun- 
dry, lvs 70 Ontario 
Christmas Wm J, letter carrier, res w 

s Albert, 1 n of Johnston 
Church P L, horse trainer, bds 1000 

Island House 
Cicorlari Margaret E (wid Frank), lvs 

51 Clergy 
Church Book Depository, John 

Reyr.er Depositary, Golden Lion 

Block, Wellington st 

City Assessor's Department, 

S Gordon, Assessor, City Buildings 
City Clerk's Department, M 

Flanagan, Clerk, City Buildings 
City Engineer's Department. 

T O Bolger, Engineer, City Buildings 
City Health Department, S H 

Fee, MD, Medical Health Officer, 
City Buildings 

City Hotel, John S Randolph, Pro- 
prietor, 133-137 Princess 

City Laundry, R F F Rowan, prop, 203 
Wellington 

City Registry Office, J P Gild- 
ersleeve Registrar, "West opp Syden- 
ham 



"V" O T r 1SJ f~^L l\/f "PT "XT That have a liking for the horse 

J- v - > ^ v — ^ x ^ v — * XVX J — /J_ ^N and other domestic animals 

would do well to take a course in the KINGSTON VETERINERY COLLEGE. 

Consult Prof. Knight or G. W. Bell, V.S., D. V.D.S. Tuition very reasonable. 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Lamps of all kinds, Burners* 
Chimneys, Globes and Shades 
of every description. 



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City Solicitor's Department, 

D M Mclntyre, Solicitor, City Build- 
ings 
City Tax Collector's Depart- 
ment, George Thompson, ( lollector, 

City Buildings 

Clt/ Treasurer's Department, 

F c Ireland Treasurer, City Build- 

i 1 1 gs 
City Waterworks Department, 

Thomas Bewitt, Superintendent, 
City Buildings 
Clancy Miss Jane, res 41 Union w 
Clancy John, lab, res rear 35 Welling- 
ton 
Clancy Thomas, shoveller, res 121 On- 

Olancy Thomas, butcher 294 Mont- 
real, res ^ii Opper Charles 

Mi.-s Matilda, dressmkr, 270 Di- 
vision, res same 
Clarendon House, Luke Doney, prop, 33 
, irock 

k, see also < flarke 
Clark All. i, H, lab. res s s Cone 

\ i tred 
Clark Andrew, lab, res 160 Colborne 
Clark Ann)e n\i'l John), res 255 Divi- 

Charles 11. butcher 210 B Lgot, 
rei 160 
Clark Ivlwnnl. 2nd cook Brit Am Hotel 

Ivs i: tfl 

fmma, Ivs 249 Johnston 
Clark MIm EJuphemla, ivs. 168 Brock 
( 'i.i i ' ifl North 

(Mark George, lab, res 253 l>i\i<i'Hi 

Clai i I udent, ivs, 1 19 i>i\i- 

( 'l.l I I. I ■" • >IlI;l rlO 

Ubert, i * of 
Johi 
Clark J Herbert, MD, DDS, LDS, 

I >. m i- 1 , pu Wellington cor Priii 
Ion 



Clark James W, general repairer, 355 
Princess, res 468 Brock 

Clark John, sailor, bds, 37 Pine 

Clark John C. blacksmith N Wilmot, 
bds 286 Johnston 

Clark John W, res e s Albert. 3 n of 
Princess 

Clark Joseph E. accountant, 42 Clar- 
ence, res 95 Clergy \v 

Clark Joseph M, grocer. 1." Deacon, res 

Clark Miss Martha J. ivs 15 Deacon 

Clark Mary (wid Lawrence). ,es 33 
Queen 

Clark Mary, (wid Wm>, res 149 Divi- 
sion 

Clark Patrick, butcher. H>4 William. 
bds Athletic House 

Clark Patrick, lab, Ivs 16 James 

Clark Peter, lai>. res Miller's Lane, l 
w of Bagot 

Clark Richard J. teacher. Ivs 149 Di- 
vision 

Clark Robert, driver C II Clark. Ivs 
160 B 

Clark Robert, lab, res 155 Nelson 

ciark Robert, stonemason, res 19 rp- 
William 

ciark Thomas Q, lab, res 16 James 

dark Win. carpet layer F C Marshall. 

i m\ leion 
ciark Wm. lab, res 1 19 < tolborne 
Clark Wm. II. lab, res 56 King w 
Clark Wm .!. appr Jas, Jamieson, ivs 

150 i mtario 
Clark w in .i lab res M Pine 
Clark Wm T, BA, teacher, Ivs 149 in- 

Ion 
ciark.- Oharlee, blacksmith, McKelvey 

\ Birch, !• i M Patrick 
Clarke Charles K, MD, Medical 

Buperlntendant, Rockv/ood Asylum 

i ; i i tsmouth 

i lark. I-M\\ ai .1. a m chef, I ; \ Hotel 

i 'larke I m^ In, Ivs 249 Johnston 



' YOU ARE RESPECTFULLY! INVITED TO EXAMINE THE 
ACTUAL RESULTS OF INVESTMENT POLICIES IN THE 
ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE. NO OTHER COMPANY'S RESULTS 
IN CANADA CAN EQUAL THEM. "ASK FOR SOME." 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, ' 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRKCTOKY. 



1 1!) 



Clarke Frederick W. master mechanic 
K & P Ry shops, res 36 Rideau 

Clarke James, teamster, res 364 Divi- 
sion 

Clarke L H & Co, Wm Grant foreman, 
malsters. King w 

Clarke Orvllle, clerk Rathbun Co, bds 
ins Princess 

Clarke Sarah (wid Wm), res 268 John- 
ston 

Clarke Wm J, shoemkr, res 32 Division 

Claxton Miss Ethel, music teacher. Ivs 
31 Rideau 

Claxton Matthew H. foreman McKel- 
vey & Birch, res 31 Rideau 

Clayborn Joseph T, soldier " A" Bat- 
tery, res 75 Queen 

Clayton Charles P, comp British Whig-, 
lvs .37 Bagot 

Clayton Edward, carp M T Co, res 224 
Sydenham 

Clayton Francis D, clerk, lvs 137 Bagot 

Clayton Martin, carp, res 137 Bag-ot 

Clayton Martin E, weaver Kingston 
Hosiery Co, lvs 137 Bagot 

Cleary Catherine (wid Hugh), res 24 
TTickson ave 

Cleary Most Rev James Vin- 
cent, Archbishop of Kingston, res 
The Palace. 225 Johnston 

Cleary Thomas H, signalman, O T R 
lvs 24 Hickson ave 

Clegg Edmund, foreman spinner Cot- 
ton Mills, res 54 Lower Rideau 

Clements Edgar, currier J McLeod bds 
59 John 

Clements Leonard, LDS, Dentist 
142 Wellington, Residence 254 King e 

Clements Wm J, mach, res 122 Mont- 
real 



Clenahan, see also Callaghan 

''!' nahax John T, tanner J J Carring- 
ton, res 266 Sydenham 

Clenahan Susan (wid Wm), res 81 Clar- 
ence 

Clenahan Thomas H, lab, res 36 Main 

Clenahan Wm, driver, R H Toye, res 
34 Main 

Clench Freeman, parcel boy O G John- 
son, lvs 222 King e 

Clench Miss Grace, dressmkr, 232 King 
e, lvs same 

Clench James, carp, res 232 King e 

Clench Wm H, confr, W J Crothers, lvs 
232 King e 

Cleugh Aliss Sophia, nurse General 
Hospital 

Cliff George, real estate, 95 Clarence, 
res 164 Barrie 

Cliff Mary A, (wid John), res 127 Divi- 
sion 

Clifford Walter C, sergt " A" Battery, 
res Murnay Tower 

Cline Albert, porter Windsor Hotel 

Clint Jane (wid Patrick), prop St 
Lawrence Inn, foot of Johnston 

Clint Wm H, confr W J Crothers, lvs 
232 King - e 

Clithero Agnes (wid George), in Hospi- 
tal 

Clow Franklin, grocer, 83 Earl, res 
same 

Clow Lewis, flour and feed, 27 Brock, 
res 47(a) Earl 

Cluett Hubert, butcher Waddington 
Bros, bds Bath road 

Ciugston Robei-t, contractor 396 Brock, 
res same 

Ciugston Thomas A, mason R Ciugston, 
res 364 Brock 



VETERINARY DENTISTRY 

TELEPHONES 514 AND 201. 



DR. BELL, V. S., IS A SPECIALIST IN THIS 
BRANCH OF VETERINARY SURGERY. IF YOUR 
HORSES ARE NOT DOING WELL CONSULT HIM 
FREE OF CHARGE. 



HOBftRTS MEDICAL HALL, k ^.^£^^ 

155 Princess street. ed Castor oile Children like it. 



120 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Clugston Wm R. mason R Clugston, 
lvs 396 Brock 

Clyde Thomas, farmer, res n s Elm, 2 
W of Alfred 

Coates Frank W, jewellery 158 Prin- 
cess, rms 132 University ave 

Coates Wm, appr Jos Jamieson, bds 156 
Bagot 

Cobet Ivo L. A, contractor, res e s Col- 
lingwood, 1 n of Union 

Coburn, see also Coekburn 

Coburn Wm, carter, res 148 Pine 

Coburn Wm, jr. plasterer, lvs 148 Pine 

Cochrane Christina (wid Rev Wm), lvs 
164 Frontenac 

Cochrane Edward J, carp, lvs 164 On- 
tario 

Cochrane Mrs Elizabeth, lvs 31(a) Up- 
per William 

Cochrane James B, clerk Post Office, 
res 164 Frontenac 

Cochrane Capt John B, prof R M 
lege, pea 122 E 

Mary (wid I'.eorge), res n e 
i larraok and King 
tin.. Win, bookkeeper Rockwood 
lum, res 302 Karl 
ide Catherine (wid Wm), r 
I division 

Cockade Wm «:. shoveller, res 369 

I Irock 
Coekburn, see also Coburn 

■ urn John, Bteamfttter 2S8 On- 

Cockburn John (Win Cockbui 

i. lvs 276 ■ • 
burn Wm i Wm I lockburn A Bona), 

■ urn Win. jr (Win Coekburn A 

■ ■ 

Coekburn Wm & Sons i Win. \\ m, 
Jr, and John), Blacksmiths 277 On- 

uppr R Coffey, lvs 

117(a) Stuart 

Coffey Robert, Boat Builder, fool 



Coffey Thomas, caretaker Medical Col- 
lege, res 69 Arch 
Coffey Thomas H, carpenter, res 117(a) 

Stuart 
Coffey Wm, stoker K P, res 119 Stuart 
Coffey Wm J. laborer, lvs 69 Arch 
Coggan Frederick R, weaver Cotton 

Mills, lvs 11 Charles 
Coggan J Alfred, patternmkr R Davis 

& Son, res 11 Charles 
' Coite Wm H. signalman GTR, res w s 

Hickson lane, cor Hickson ave 
Coleman Alexander, lab. lvs 4 First 
Coleman Mary (wid Samuel J), lvs 34 

Ellice 
Coleman Rev Richard, curate St 

James' Church, lvs 152 Barrie 
Coleman Robert J, fireman, res 367 

Bagot 
Coleman Wm J, lvs s s First, 1 w of 

Chatham 
Coleman Wm J. jr. basket mnfr s s 

First. 1 w of Chatham, res same 
Collacott John J, carp, res 369 Alfred 
Collender Hotel, Samuel Harkness 

prop, 324 King e 
Collier Samuel J, trav R J Carson, res 

Picton, Ont 
Collins Miss Catherine, res rear 8X1 

Brock 
Collins Elizabeth, cook Lake View 

11 "use 
Collins Rev James J, Assistant 

St Marys Cathedral, res The Palace, 
Ji ihnaton 
Collins John, letter carrier, bds 19 

King w 
Collins Mary i n Id Wm n >, dressm 

■ mea i\ b 
Collins Patrick, inis House of Provi- 
de] 
Collins Peter, laborer, bds n 

rd, 1 u of Patrick 

Collins Tii | a i>ivis- 

Coilins Wm .i. laborer, res 6 Oalllnger 
Tej race, < Chatham Bt 



THE ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COM- 
PANY WILL ACCEPT FEMALE RISKS-FIRST-CLASS- AT 
THE SAME RATES AS MEN, WITHOUT EXTRA. BOYS 
OVER 14 YEARS OF AGE INSURABLE ON ANY PLAN. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



121 



Collins Wm S, fitter Kingston Foundry, 
res rear 13 Markland 

Collinson Margaret W (wld David), res 
34 Ellice 

Colpack, see Culpack 

Comeau Louis J, capt yacht Miltonie, 
res 32 Union e 

Comer George "W H, Customs officer, 
res 80 Division 

Comper Edward, carp, lvs 443 Prin- 
cess 

Comper George, gardener Joseph Up- 
per, res 320 Queen 

Comper John, carp, res 416 Johnston 

Comper Maria (wid John), lvs 443 
Princess 

Comper Mark, clerk, lvs 416 Johnston 

Compton James, gardener, res 76 Arch 

Conboy Wm C, broker 20 Market sq, 
bds Stanley House 

Conderon Francis, porter Athletic 
House 

Conley, see also Connolly 

Conley Miss Hattie, teacher Central 
School, lvs 46 Clergy 

Conley Henry, clerk Military stores, 
res 48(a) Place d'Armes 

Conley Hobart, agent R J McDowall, 
lvs Cataraqui, Ont 

Conley James, engineer tug Jessie 
Hall, res 95 Bay 

Conley John, plumber McKelvey & 
Birch, lvs 368 Division • 

Conley John McK, plumber McKelvey 
& Birch, lvs 46 Clergy 

Conley Rebecca (wid Wm), res 368 Di- 
vision 

Conley Samuel D, stonemason, lvs 368 
Division 

Conley Thomas, tailor instructor K P, 
res 46 Clergy 



Conley Wm F, plumber McKelvey & 
Birch, lvs 368 Division 

Conned James C, Oculist and 
Aurist, Office Houre 9 to 12 am and 2 
to 5 pm, 259 King e; Residence 25 
West; Office Telephone 393; Residence 
Telephone 365 

Connell Walter T, prof Medical College, 
bds 26 Wellington 

Connolly, see also Conley 

Connolly Elizabeth (wid James), res 
47 Dower Bagot 

Connolly Henry E, mach Street Ry Co, 
res Portsmouth 

Connolly Mary (wid Michael), res 245 
Victoria 

Connor, see also O'Connor 

Connor Miss Elizabeth, teacher Vic- 
toria School, lvs 354 Brock 

Connor Frederick H, pianomkr Worm- 
with & Co, res 18 Division 

Connor John W, carp M T Co, res 70 
Charles 

Connor Matilda( wid James), res 354 
Brock 

Connor Thomas M (Wormwith & Co), 
res 106 York 

Connor Thomas P, supt twine dept 
K P, res 63 William . 

Conreen, see also Consgreen 

Conreen Catherine (wid Daniel), res 89 
Clarence 

Conreen George E, stenographer, lvs 
89 Clarence 

Conroy Michael, res 305 Alfred 

Conroy Patrick, lvs 305 Alfred 

Consgreen, see also Conreen 

Consgreen Winnifred (wid John), dress- 
maker 269 Earl, res same 



DISEASES OF DOGS 



CONSULTATION FREE. 



Dr. Bell. V.S. has made a special study for the 
past ten years of the diseases of these animals 
and has fitted up a hospital for the treatment of 
their diseases and injuries. 'Phone 514 and 201 



HOBART S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



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Convent of the Congrega- 
tion De Notre Dame, Sister 81 

Mary Jane Lady Superior, Bagot cor 
Johnston 
Conway Frank, General Freight 

and Passenger Agent K & P Ry, Of- 
fice Ontario st, opp City Hall; Resi- 
dence 120 Wellington 

Cook, see also Cooke 

Cook Arthur D, clerk J J Burton, bds 
248 Division 

Cook Herbert H, miller K Milling Co, 
lvs 266 Johnston 

Cook John, engineer str Armenia, res 
w B Centre, in row, 2 n of King 

Cook J Leonarcf, Manager The P. 
S Williams & Sons Co, Ltd, 188 Wel- 
lington; lvs 266 Johnston 

Co k Thomas, agent London Life Ins 
Oo, res 266 Johnston 

Cook Win \Y. driver T H Johns, res 29 
Division 

Cooke, see also Cook 

Cooke Rev Arthur W, rector St Luke's 
Church, res 378 Alfred 

li, driver B F Sears, 
Charles, cor Montreal 

epto B special agent North 
American i.it'.- Assurance Oo, i 

Mont real 
Cook.- Thou, a-. |ab, res e s Nelson, 1 n 

: trock 
Cookt Win !•:. Lieul a Batter} RCA, rea 

Tete 'in Ponl i tarracka 
Cooke w'm H, operator ■ :tk, bda w ■ 

IConl real, 8 n of I ;tk crossing 

< tooney Patri< b I ferl 
Coopi i o ( touper 

< tooper < !harles, brakemarj K A P Ry, 

lvs I ' ■ Mo n i , 

Coop i .i. lab, u i jit v i 

< tooper i [enrj a. condui toi B i P Ry, 

hi 
i-:. loom ii\. i i >ot ton 

Mil 

C ■ I I'll. ui 

Mon i 



Cooper John, res 80 Arch 

Cooper Richard, lab, res 247 Victoria 

Cooper Thomas, gardener, res 162 

Clergy 
Cooper Wm C, clt-rk K & P Ry, res 51 

Barrack 
Co-Operative Sash and Door 

Factory, Frank Somerville Mana- 
ger, 35 Union e 
Copeland Philip, switchman GTR, bds 

139 Ontario 
Copley Frank A, trav, lvs 1S5 Colborne 
Copley Thomas, carp K & P Ry shops, 

res 19 Pine 
Copley Wm, trav, res 185 Colborne 
Corbett Miss Agnes, nurse General 

Hospital 
Corbett Charles H, governor County 

Gaol, res same 
Corbett Francis P, student, lvs County 

Gaol 
Corbett Harold, student, lvs County 

Gaol 
Corbett John, hardware 95 Princess, 

rea 104 Clergy 
Corbett Samuel S, assistant w M 

i trennan, Iva -til Princess 
Corbet! Wm, tinsmith Elliott Bros, rea 

n l Prim 
Corby Oladya (wid Henry), res i:.i 

Prontenac 
Cordick Hester (wid John), grocer a w 

cor Pine and Clergy, rea same 
Corkej ; . Korkej 

Corkej Malcolm, grocer 366 Montreal. 

1 '"i kej m Ichael, laborer, rea n a John. 

I w 

1 forkey Wm F, engineer, Iva n ■ John. 

l u of B 
Cornblai Michael I Langborl \ i ?o), rea 

892 Prlnoesa 
< torneliua .Lines, olei k Jaa Redd 

1 to, Iva 177 Queen 
' '"i oellua John, oapl soo* Wood Duck, 
I n Queen 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSUKANCt COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON 



A Substantial Canadian Old 
Line Company. Has the best 
inducements for intending in- 
surers of any co'y in Canada. 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



123 



Cornelius John, jr, painter K Vehicle 

Co, res 40 Colborne 
Cornelius Robert, tinsmith, lvs 177 

Queen 
Cornford .Mrs Margaret, lvs 24 Elm 
Cornwall John, capt schr Winnipeg, res 

Brighton, Ont 
Cornwall - Mrs Mary, MA, Prin- 
cipal Kingston Ladies' College and 
Conservatory of Music, Emily st. 
Et< sidence same 
Corrigan Bernard J, works Cotton 

.Mills, lvs s s North, 2 w of Bagot 
Corrigan Charles J, clerk Corrigan & 

Co, lvs 58 Lower Bagot 
Corrigan Daniel, res 464 Division 
Corrigan Daniel, grocer 60 Lower Ba- 
got, res 58 same 
Corrigan Daniel J, student, lvs 464 

Division 
Corrigan Francis J, clerk Corrigan & 

Co, lvs 58 Lower Bagot 
Corrigan Frank, cellarman Bajus 
Brewery, lvs s s North, 2 w of Ba- 
got 
Corrigan John, res 111 Ontario 
Corrigan Miss Mary, dressmaker 334 

King e, lvs 58 Lower Bagot 
Corrigan Michael P (Corrigan & Co), 

res 384 Brock 
Corrigan Patrick, laborer, res s s 

North, 2 w of Bagot 
Corrigan Richard S, res 355 Division 
Corrigan Thomas, res 113 Ontario 
Corrigan Wm, pilot, res 16 Railway 

Cottages, Ontario st 
Corrigan & Co, dry goods 336 King e 
Cosby Mrs Jane, res 310 Queen 
Cosgrove Jane L (wud Patrick J), lvs 

459 Princess 
Costello Alexander, moulder K & P 
Ry shops, res 196 Rideau 



Costello Samuel, lab, res 18 Stephen 

Cotman George, fireman Locomotive 
Works, res 338 Queen 

Cotman George, jr, boilermaker Loco- 
motive Works, lvs 338 Queen 

Cotter Frances (wid James), res 372 
Alfred 

Cotter John, pensioner, bds 46 Johnston 

Cotter John, grinder Cotton Mills, bds 
240 Montreal 

Cottle Letitia P (wid Thomas J), res 
128 Barrie 

Cotton Miles P, lieut Kingston Field 
Battery, lvs 45 King e 

Cotton Lieut Col Wm H, Deputy 

Adjutant-General Military District 
No 3. Office Artillery Park. Residence 
45 King e 
Coughlan Patrick, caretaker 14th Bat- 
talion Armory, res Artillery Park. 
Coughlin Mrs Elizabeth, res 249 John- 
ston 
Couling Montague W, lab, res 76 Earl 
Coulson James S, diver, res 102 Barrie 
Coulson Walter F, clerk Kent Bros, lvs 

102 Barrie 
Coulthart Heber, student, bds 279 Syd- 
enham 
Counter George, turnkey County Jail, 

res same 
Counter John A, student R E Sparks, 

lvs County Jail 
Countryman Thomas W, attendant 
Rockwood Asylum, res 297 Montreal 
County Attorney's Office, T. L 
Whiting Attorney, Court House and 
69 Clarence 
Couper, see also Cooper 
Couper Agnes (wid James), res 772 
Princess 



G.W.BELL,V.S.,D.V.D.S, 

Telephones 514 and 201. 



Treats all diseases of do- 
mestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to day 
or nisrht. 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 8 *«5 n d * ZJFZEfZ 

155 Princess Street men, women, boys and girls. 



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Couper Daniel, Grocer, Flour and 
Feed and Manufacturer of Couper's 
Purr Baking Powder, 341-343 Prin- 
cess, Residence 776 same 
Courtemanche Edward, trimmer K Ve- 
hicle Co, bds Anglo-Am Hotel 
Cousins Robert, sailor, res 274 Univer- 
sity ave 
Cousins W John, student, lvs 274 Uni- 
versity ave 
Cowan, see also Gowan 
Cowan Abraham, driver K Rag & Met- 
al Co, res 258 Division 
Cowan Miss Charlotte E, lvs 273 Prin- 
cess 
Coward George B, painter Robinson 

Bros, res 325 Brock 
Coward Mark W, clerk R Waldron, res 

323 Brock 
Coward Wm, baker instructor K P, res 

z:~ University ave 
Gowie Hannah (wid Thomas), res 23 
John 

Robert, mach hd R Gaw & Co, 
res 21 John 

ley Pet* r, lab, res 296 Montreal 
perthwalte James, laborer, res LO 
George 

worthy George F, attendanl Rook- 
wo.nl Asylum, ns :i6 Livingston ave 
>rthj Maria (wid Thomas F), lvs 
36 Living 
see McC 
Coyle a n iv a (wid James), lvs ( '-"' Qore 
i m. bartender Kennedy 
ii 

1 1 i . i . i < i • ■ > . 1 1 urio 

Coyle Henry, sailor, u 
( 'm\ i i lesroa " Rignej A 

n 
Coyle John, oab owner, res 19 Bals 

<i i 
< toj i i: ; i i lals 

res a a 
■ tie 



Coyne Mary (wid Matthew), res 351 
Johnston 

Craig Agnes (wid John), res 204 King 
east • 

Craig Andrew, lvs 204 King e 

Craig Henry A, comp British Whig, 
res 131 Alfred 

Craig Miss Ida, lvs 131 Alfred 

Craig James, coppersmith, res 155 Ba- 
got 

Craig James A, policeman, r.es 79 Cler- 
gy w 

Craig Miss Jennie, nurse General Hos- 
pital 

Craig John, conductor K & P Ry, res 
5 Barrack 

Craig John D, clerk W G Craig & Co. 
Iva 32 Ontario 

Craig Miss Sarah, res 23 Arch 

Craig Wm A, carp, res 54 Albert 

Craig Wm G, i W G Craig iv Co), 
Residence 32 Ontario 

Craig W G &. Co (Win (i Craig), 
wholesale grocers, L25-7 Ontario 

Crallin Edward, bollermkr, res \ Stan- 
ley Terrace, Quebec street 

Crallin Wm, lab, res 82 Vine 

Crate Thomas, Proprietor British 
American Hotel, cor King and Olar- 
ence, and Hotel Frontenac l. 
Ontario 

Crawford Anthony, res i-t Division 

Crawford Geor^'-. grocer, res 329 Divi- 
sion 

Crawford James, grocer L82 Princess, 
227 Division 

Crawford James, iai>, i>-s n Deacon 

Crawford John J.outter C Livingston A 
Bro, i 132 i Irock 

Crawford Miss Martha, teacher Lo 
School, l\ s 124 1 >i\ ision 

Crawford Robert, ( !oal and Wood, 
fool of Queen, and 300 King v«, Resi 
deuce '.'I 1 '..n to- 

Crawford Samuel, Marager Kings 
i<ui ( 'oal Co, l\ •> 124 I >i\ ision 



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Crawford Wm, carp, res 110 Barrack 
Creamer Edward, lab, res 846 Princess 
Creamer John, painter, lvs 846 Princess 
Creeggan George, tailor, res 44 Main 
Creeggan Richard S, student, lvs 44 

Main 
Creeggan Walter W, tailor, lvs 44 Main 
Creighton Robert R, accountant K P, 

bds 13 Maitland 
Crevolin Minnetta J (wid Henry J), lvs 

131 Johnston 
Cridiford John, res 71 Clarence 
Crimmens Alphonsus, motorman Street 

Ry Co. res Portsmouth 
Croft George, jr, Market Garden 

Portsmouth 
Crombie Robert J B, Manager 

Bank of Montreal, cor King and 

William, Residence same 
Crook Frederick A, bookbinder T Mc- 

Auley, lvs 101 Johnston 
Crosby Susan (wid Wm), res 114 Lower 

Bagot 
Croskery Ernest A, student, rms 309 

Johnston 
Crothers Hutchinson, baker W J Croth- 

ers ,lvs 179 Earl 
Crothers Mary (wid Robert), res 67 

Chatham 
Crothers Wm J, Biscuit and Con- 
fectionery Manufacturer 207-9 Wel- 
lington, Residence 179 Earl 
Crothers Wm J, jr, clerk W J Crothers. 

lvs 179 Earl 
Crowe Thomas J, clerk Macnee & 

Minnes. bds 6 Victoria Terrace, 

Montreal street 

Crowley Charles W, carp, res 110 Ord- 
nance 

Crowley Mrs. Charles W, grocer, 108 

Ordnance, res 110 same 



Crowley John W, carter, res 373 John- 
ston 

Crowley Wm J, clerk Hardy & Co, lvs 
372 Johnston 

Crozier James, lab, res 78 Colborne 

Crozier James, jr, printer, lvs 78 Col- 
borne 

Crozier John, lab, lvs 78 Colborne 

Crozier Mary (wid Thomas), res 162 
York 

Crozier Thomas H, weaver Cotton 
Mills, lvs 162 York 

Crozier Wm C, ironer Kingston Laun- 
dry, lvs 162 York 

Crumley Alexander, baker W J Cro- 
thers, res 326 Montreal 

Crumley Bros (Edward and Hen- 
ry), Staple and Fancy Dry Goods 140 
Princess, cor Bagot 

Crumley Edward (Crumley Bros), 
Residence 61 Union w 

Crumley Henry (Crumley Bros), 
Residence 91 Clergy w 

Crumley Hugh, res 50 Union w 

Cruse James G, caretaker Collegiate 
Institute, res w s Alfred, bet Union 
and Earl 

Cruse John F. driver R J Carson, lvs 
w s Albert, 2 n of Mack 

Cruse Wm H, clerk, res w s Albert, 2 
n of Mack 

Crysler Eunice J (wid Charles V), res 
69 Union e 

Cuddeford Edwin J, stonecutter R 
Wallace, res 684 Montreal 

Cuddeford Thomas, watchman K & P 
Ry, bds St. Lawrence Hotel 

Culhane Patrick, lab, res 441 Alfred 

Cullen James, lab K Vehicle Co, bds 
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Cullen Patrick, quarryman, res 331 

Montreal 
Cullen Wm, elevator engineer M 

res 33 James 
Culpack Mrs Barbara, res 520 Brock 
' Cumming Caroline (wid George 

363 Brock 
Cumming George, lvs 363 Brock 
Cummings Charles E, sailor, 1 

Ordnance 
Cummings Charles H, lab, res 76 Ord- 
nance 
Cummings Joseph D, motorman Street 
Ry Co, res 151 Colborne 

mings Kate, housekeeper Globe- 
Hotel 
Cummins Michael, res rear 374 Brock 
Cunningham Arthur B, Barrister, 
Solicitor, etc, 7!) Clarence, Iva 168 
Earl. 
Cunningham Miss Agnes, res, 21 King 

west 
Cunningham Charles, confer; 
H Princess 

Ingham C '.. currier J. J. 

ngton, lvs 325 Montreal 
Cunningham Dinah (wld David.), lvs 
l tT Sydenham 

Ingham Daniel, carp, res 258 Ri- 
deau 
Cunningham David, MD, Physi- 
. lan and Burgeon, Telephom 163, 
2 to t and 7 to 9 pm, 
nee > 17 Sydenham 
Cunningham I >a\ Id, i es L80 B 

i i. Jr, printer, i 

Ingham Miss Doll, ' Ick 

Kl Anil 

< • 1 1 1 1 1 ■ i. appr W i > M 

ler, Kill 

Cunningham B 
Cunningham B 

i »ho l it Sj denh 

21 King \v 



Cunningham James, raach, lvs 21 King 

west 
Cunningham John, sewing machines 

■'lis King e, res same 
Cunningham J Ernest M 

Cunningham), lvs 169 Earl 
Cunningham Miss Mary, teacher St 

Patrick's School, bds 257 Montreal 
Cunningham Miss Mary, teacher Oata- 

raqui School, lvs 180 Bagot 
Cunningham Sarah A (wid Samuel H), 

res 18 Deaeon 
Cunningham Thomas, res 240 Brock 
Cunningham Wm, piano tuner, res 10 

Prontenac 
Cunningham Wm II, currier J J 

rington, res 325 Montreal 
Cunningham Wm J, inspec. Bell 

phone Co, lvs 258 Rideau 
Cunningham Wm J, trav Jas Thomp- 
son, res 36 Frontenac 
Cunningham Win J, watchmkl 

King e, res same 
Currs - A, math 

Foundry, res 407 King e 
Currle Edward C, student, lvs :.i \rch 
Currie !'■ t ir W, student, res 51 Arch 
Currier < ieorge E, currier .1 M< ' 

ti Lower Rideau 
Curtis C L, Physician, Surgeon and 

Private Banker. Office Hours 8 t" 10 

am, i to i and 7 to 9 pm, Telephone 

U5 Offl .■and Resid R - 

i m. 

A try A. dressmakei 

Wi lllngton, res same 
Curtis pa: opi r i- 11 Tel Co, 

"i John .). driver .i Halllgan A 
■ >t 
Cushion Michael S, lvs w: i. 

< 'lishhui T I 12 l."\\ - 

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Custom's Examin'g Warehouse 

Thomas Driver Appraiser, 188 On- 
tario 
Cutts George H, sailor, res 1 Division 

D 

Daily, see also Daley and Dab- 
Daily Mrs Julia M. res 21 York 
Dainty Charles H, helper, res 134 Vic- 
toria 
.Dalby Wm H, bookkeeper G A Me- 
an, lvs :1T0 Alfred 
Dales John X, MA, teacher Collegiate 

Institute, res 230 Division 
Daley, see also Daily and Daly 
Daley Catherine (wid Patrick), res 44 

Ordnance 
Daley James, foreman Canadian Free- 
man, res 52 Rideau 
Daley Joseph, comp Canadian Free- 
man, lvs 126 Clarence 
Daley Miss Mary, dressmaker, lvs 44 

Ordnance 
Daley Patrick, Proprietor Cana- 
dian Freeman, 128 Clarence, Resi- 
dence same 
Daley Thomas V, carrier Canadian 

Freeman, lvs 126 Clarence 
Dalton George F, student, lvs 54 John- 
ston 
Dalton J Arthur, clerk Dalton & 

Strange, lvs 54 Johnston 
Dalton Wm B (Dalton & Strange), res 

54 Johnston 
Dalton W Bartlett, clerk Dalton & 

Strange, lvs 54 Johnston 
Dalton & Strange (Wm B Dalton, John 
M Strange), wholesale hardware 177 
Princess 
Daly, see also Daily and Daley 
Daly Albert H. clerk W N Dollar, lvs 
238 University ave 



Daly Charles B, civil engineer, res 298 

University ave 
Daly Edmund T, student, lvs 844 Prin- 
cess 
Daly James, lessee hay market, res 54 

Rideau 
Daly John, weighmaster hay market, 

lvs 54 Rideau 
Daly Justus W, res 192 University ave 
Daly Oscar W, dentist 139 Princess, res 

same 
Daly Miss Rosanna, lvs 162, Ordnance 
Daly Wm J, grocer 844 Princess, res 

same 
Dalzell James, ship carp, res 21 Upper 

Charles 
Dalzell Thomas, lab Jas Sowards, lvs 

21 Upper Charles 
Danday John, sailor, res GTR Outer 

Depot 
Dane Richard, packer Macnee & Mari- 
nes, bds 294 Johnston 
Darby Wm C, bookkeeper R J Carson, 

res 334 University ave 9 

D'Arcy Jane (wid Robert), lvs 87 Wei- ^ 

lington 
D'Arcy Robert J, clerk Post Office, res 

87 Wellington 
Darling Sarah (wid Thomas G), lvs 260 

Division 
Darling Thomas, res 96 Frontenac 
Darragh Alexander, lvs 204 Alfred 
Darragh Alexander T, cabinetmaker 

Carnovsky Wood Mnfg Co, res 114 

William 
Darragh Edward, clerk, lvs 114 William 
Darragh George, carp Street Ry Co, 

res 699 Montreal 
Darragh John A, res 204 Alfred 
Daunt Joseph, boarding house 117 King 

west 
Davey, see also Davy 



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Davey Charlotte (wid Benjamin T), lvs 

182 Rideau 
Davey George, lab, res 182 Rideau 
David Catherine (wid Donald), lvs w s 

Albert, 1 s of Johnston 
David Daniel, confr "W J Crothers, lvs 

42 York 
David Mary (wid Isaac), res 42 York 
David Zaehariah, res 102 Pine 
Davidson, see also Davison 
Davidson Andrew, contractor 69 Col- 
borne, res same 
Davidson Miss Annie, principal Cata- 

raqui School, lvs 69 Colborne 
Davidson Duncan A, prop St Law- 
rence Tobacco Factory 223 Brock, lvs 
70 Princess 
Davidson Minnie (wid Gordon), bds 94 

Queen 
Davidson Rachel (wid Bryce), res 105 

York 
Davidson Richard B, bookkeeper, lvs 

105 York 
Davidson Robert, contractor 254 Uni- 
versity ave, res same 
Davidson Thomas, res 49 Pembroke 
Davidson Thomas A, mason, lvs 49 

Pembroke 
Davidson Wm, laborer, res 10 St Cath- 
erine 
Davies Wm, patternmaker Kingston 

Foundry, res 83 Pine 
Davis Alexander, clerk R J Carson, bds 

247 Brock 
Davis Alice (wid Arthur P), lvs 337 

Queen 
Davis Ebenezer R, guard K P, res 68 

Livingston ave 
Davis Francis, contractor 311 Univer- 
sity ave, bds same 
Davis George, clerk, lvs 83 Pine 
Davis George A, carp R Davis & Son, 

res 6 St Catherine 
Davis James, shoemaker 269 Princess 

lvs same 
Davis Jane (wid James), res 269 Prin- 
cess 



Davis James T, dentist 258 Bagot, lV3 

36 Sydenham 
Davis John, res 251 Queen 
Davis John, carpenter, res 106 Bar- 
rack 
Davis John, fireman str Chieftain, bds 

Ottawa House 
Davis John H, foreman R Davis & 

Son, res 188 Rideau 
Davis John J, MD, physician 258 Ba- 
got, lvs 36 Sydenham 
Davis Louis, cooper Imperial Oil 

Works, res 16 Quebec 
Davis Mary' A (wid James), res 36 

Sydenham 
Davis Matthew R (R Davis & Son), 

res 1 Corrigan 
Davis Miss Minnie, principal Welling- 
ton St School, bds 269 Princess 
Davis Richard F (Sheldon & Davis), 

res 76 Gore 
Davis Robert (R Davis & Son), res 

180 Rideau 
Davis R & Son (Robert and Matthew 

R), dry dock foot of Bay 
Davison, see also Davidson 
Davison Charles S, fireman K & P Ry, 

res 96 Raglan rd 
Davison Howard M, lather, bds 102 

Earl 
Davison John, watchman S Anglin & 

Co, res 30 York 
Davy, see also Davey 
Davy Benjamin F, bartender Algoma 

House 
Davy Charles I, knitter Kingston Hosi- 
ery Co, res 103 King w 
Davy George, carpenter, lvs 48 O'Kill 
Davy George, stone cutter R Wallace, 
res 9 Gallinger Terrace, Chatham st 
Davy Herbert W, upholsterer, lvs 24 

Garrett 
Davy John E, clerk Geo Robertson & 

Son, lvs 107 King w 
Davy Norman, grocer 109 King w, res 
same 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



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Davy Robert A, carp R Davis & Son, 

res 115 Lower Bagot 
Davy Stewart, carp, res 24 Garrett 
Davy Wm R, carp R Davis & Son, res 

171 Nelson 
Davy Wm W, lab, res 162 Ordnance 
Dawson Edward, foreman K & P Ry 

shops, res 381 Division 
Dawson Wm H, lvs YJICA Building 
Dawson Wm J T, agent Bay of Quinte 

Auer Light Co, lvs 381 Division 
Day Alfred E, student, lvs 270 Uni- 
versity ave 
Day Forshaw, prof Royal Military Col- 
lege, res 181 Division 
Day Miss Georgie, bookkeeper Singer j Deemer 

Mnfg Co, lvs 234 University ave 
Day Harriet (wid Lewis E), res 234 

University ave 
Day Harrison H, clerk Lake Ontario 

Pish Co, res 176 Alfred 
Day Sydney W, agent Singer Mnfg 

Co, res 270 University ave 
Day Susanna (wid Barnabas), res w s 

Alwington ave, 5 n of King 
Deacon Miss Blanche, lvs 36 Welling- 
ton 
Deacon John T, knitter K Hosiery Co, 

res w s Centre, 5 n of King 
Dean Alfred E, janitor Kingston School 

of Mining, lvs 255 Earl 
Dean Edward C, assistant City Editor 

British Whig, res 140 Union w 
Dean Margaret (wid Wm), res 255 Earl 
Dean Wm, carp W J Chapman, res 59 

Colborne 

Deane Margaret (wid Joseph), grocer e 

s Rideau, 1 n of Cataraqui, res same 

Deane Michael, laborer Imperial Oil 

Co, lvs e s Rideau. 1 n of Cataraqui 

De Cartaret Clement, mnfrs' agent 332 

King e , res 370 Alfred 



Decker Frank G, clerk Wm McRossie, 

lvs 311 Johnston 
Decker Robert J, carp, res 9 Fifth 
Decker Selina B (wid Romain R), res 

311 Johnston 
Decker Thomas R, driver T R Carno- 

vsky, lvs 311 Johnston 
Deeks Charles H (W A Deeks & Son), 

res 11 Montreal 
Deeks Wm A (W A Deeks & Son), res 

112 Clarence 
Deeks W A & Son (Wm A and Charles 

H), blacksmiths 147 Brock 
Deeks Wm W, driver W J Crothers, 
res 75 Ordnance 

Thomas, sailor str Empire 
State, bds Dublin House 
DeFord Joseph, fireman str North 

King, res 12 Earl 
Dehaney Thomas, yard foreman J J 

Carrington, res 12 Quebec 
Dehaney Wm, supervisor Asylum, re: 

e s Collingwood, 3 n of Union 
Deir Edward, student, bds 218 John- 
ston 
Delaney Miss Julia, lvs 30 York 
Delaney Mary (wid James), lvs n s 

Russell, 1 e of Division 
Delaney Patrick, res e s Montreal, 3 s 

of GTR crossing 
Delaney Wm, laborer, res n s Russell, 

1 e of Division 
Delaney Wm, plumber McKelvey & 
Birch, lvs e s Montreal, 3 s GTR 
crossing 
Delph James P, laborer, res 8 Quebec 
Delph Mrs James P, dressmaker 8 Que- 
bec, res same 
Dempster Catherine, chambermaid 

City Hotel 
Dempster David, lab, res 1 Grays lane 



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Dempster Wm, stone cutter, res 71 Di- 
vision 

Dempster Wm J, appr H McBratney, 
lvs 71 Division 

Denis, see also Dennis 

Denis Joseph, lineman GTR, res n s 
Hic-kson ave, 1 w of Montreal 

Denn Elizabeth (wid Wm), res 312 
Queen 

Denn James, lvs 312 Queen 

Denne Miss Eva, nurse General Hos- 
pital 

Dennie, see also Denny and Denis 

Dennie Everist (Dennie & Prasso), res 
18 Russell 

Dennie & Frasso (Everist Dennie and 
Joseph Frasso), butchers 100 Welling- 
ton 

iee also Denis 

Dennis Fanny (wid James), res l'sh 
Ma got 

la Isaac, fireman str Hero, res 
-"'_■ Earl 

Denndson Mis Florence, res 367 Brock 

Dennison James H, stone cutter, res e 
s Oollingwood, :: s of Union 

iwi.i John), lvs e s 
Alwlngton ave, :: n of King 

Denny, see also Denis and Dennie 

; irl 
ny Thorns maker, lvs 245 

Earl 

Miss Mary, matron fliil 

\ nl BO I 111- Ml w 

Deputy Adjutant General's Of- 
fice. Military District No :: Lieut- 

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DeRc i i Ddward), i ■ 

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I >•■ Rool Alfred, ;• i "i ■•■!■ !■'! i : 
Fori fort 

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Derry James, boilermaker, res 47 Up- 
per William 

Derry John, appr W D Muckler, lvs 31 
Union w 

Derry John H S, clerk C Livingston & 
Bro, lvs 104 Pine 

De,rry Patrick W, moulder Locomotive 
Works, res 31 Union w 

Derry Thomas, boilermaker, res 231 
Wellington 

Derry Thomas W, clerk Kingston Fair, 
lvs 31 Union w 

Derry Wm C J, machinist Kingston 
Foundry, lvs 104 Pine 

Derry Win D, mason, res 104 Pine 

Derry Wm H, engineer str America, 
res 286 Barrle 

Derry Wm H A, plumber MrKeh 
Birch, lvs 286 Barrie 
i. Bee also Larush 

Derush Joseph, sailor, lvs 220 Syden 
ham 

Derush Wm. sailor, res 123 Raglan rd 

Desmont Battle (wid John), cook Ath- 
letic House 

Des Rochers Marj (wid Zephirin), res 

72 Bar] 
Devana Patrick, lab, res 160 Division 
Devane Miss Mary, tailoress, lvs to 

Johnston 
i >'-\ ane Maurice, ship carpenter, 

Montreal 
i >-\ aney Miss J bds 27 James 

i >'-\ im- James - u: i >i\ ision 

i>.-\ Ine James, jr. drh i \ in©, 

lvs 117 Division 

Devlne Lawrence, driver .las Devine, 

I\s H7 Division 

Devlin James, engineer K P 

Unlvei Itj ave 
Devlin Peter, propr Athletic House, 

Jill i on , 

I »-'\ i in wm. crater K Vehiole Co, bds 

•'!•■. -|| 

I ><-\\ .i 17 Bar] 

i " n u Robi M \ .i mm. i k Milling 
Co, r< IM Brock 



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Diamond Charles, coachman Arch- 
bishop Chary, res 211 Montreal 

Dtck David J (W .1 Dick & Son), res 
252 Alfred 

Dick W J & Son | David .1 Dick I, 
Boots and Shoes 16S Princess 

Dick Wm R, bookkeeper, res 355 Brock 

DickSOIl Anne (wid John R), res 172 

Johnston 

Dickson Annie (wid John), res 129 Mon- 
treal 
Dickson Miss Annie E, physician 172 

Johnston, lvs same 
Dickson Charles T, accountant Inland 

Revenue, res 179 Alfred 
Dickson George H, salesman Macnee & 

Minnes, lvs 179 Alfred 
Dickson James, blacksmith, res 24 Up- 
per Charles 
Dickson John H, engineer str St Law- 
rence, res 34 Division 
Dillon Benjamin, architect, res 7 St 

Catherine 
Dillon James E (Jos Dillon & Son), bds 

171 Clergy 
Dillon Joseph (Jos Dillon & Son), lvs 

111 Princess 
Dillon Jos & Son (Joseph and James 

E), boots and shoes 111 Princess 
Dine, see also Dyon 
Dine Filbert, boilermaker, res/ " >o Ba- 

got 
Dine Harry, laborer, lvs 
Dine Maria (wid Charley, res! 2 Gore 
Dine Mark, sailor str Armenia, lvs 92 

Gore 
Dine Thomas C, coachman James 

Swift, res 88 Gore 
Dine Walter, driver Booth & Co, bds 

foot of Simcoe 
Dinsmore Charles, lab, res 12 James 



Dinsmore John C, lab, bds 21 Russell 
Dinsmore Miss Mary, res n s John, 1 

w of Patrick 
Diplock, Miss Ellen, rms 249 Johnston 
Diplock Miss Mary, rms 249 Johnston 
Dix James, capt schr S H Dunn, res 

217 Albert 
Dix Joseph, capt str Valeria, res 209 

Nelson 
Dix Miss Mary A, lvs 363 Brock 
Dix Overton J, student, lvs 217 Albert 
Dobbs Frank W, with J R C Dobbs & 

Co, res 1SG University ave 
DobbS John R O (J R C Dobbs & 

Co), Residence cor Earl and Albert 
Dobbs J RC&Co.) R C Dobbs)> 
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Dobbs Richard S, CE, (retired), 

Residence 195 Johnston 
Dobson Harvard, clerk, lvs 7 Barrack 
Dobson Maria (wid Stephen), res 101 

Johnston. 
Dobson Robert H, bicycle livery, On- 
tario Chambers, lvs 7 Barrack 
Dodd Janet (wid George), res 385 Earl 
Doherty, see also Dougherty 
Doherty Agnes (wid Edward), cook 
str Algonquin, res 65 Upper Charles 
Doherty Daniel, currier J Mcl^eod, bds 

48 Lower Rideau. 
Doherty Ellen (wid Charles), lvs 91 

Rideau 
Doherty Hugh, barber 299 Montreal, lvs 

same 
Doherty Isaac W, dyer R Montgomery, 

res 103 York 
Doherty James, stone cutter, res 299 

Montreal 
Doherty John, yardman K & P Ry, lvs 
299 Montreal 



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X>olan Martin, hamessmkr 219 Prin- 
cess, res same 
Dolan Michael J, harnessmkr M Dolan, 

res 4 Colborne 
Dollar Wn N, grocer 359 Princess, res 

460 Brock 
Dolphin John, caretaker Victoria 

School, bds 23 University ave 
Dominion Boat Co, A C Knapp 

Manager, foot of Ontario 
Dominion Cotton Mills Co, 

Ltd, ( Kingston Branch), John Foote 

Manager, Cataraqui st 
Dominion Express Co, J F Swift 

Manager, cor King and Clarence 



Dominion House, C Struthers prop, 312 

Ontario 
Dominion Telegraph Co, James 

Kearns Manager, 34 Clarence 
Donaldson James A (Donaldson & 

Magnet), res 178 Lower Bagot 
Donaldson & Magnet (James A Don- 
aldson, Daniel Magnet), barbers 371 
King e 
Donaldson Joseph, res 89 Barrack 
Donaldson Joseph R, mail clerk K & P 

Ry, res 1 Rideau 
Doney Luke, prop Clarendon House 
33 Brock 

Donnelly David, carp, res 101(a) King 
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Donnelly Foster Wl O, student, lvs 329 
Ear] 

Donnelly Jane (wid David), lvs 46 Col- 
borne 

Donnelly Miss Jennie, dressmkr 119 
Montreal, lvs same 

Donnelly Capt John, sr, Presi- 
dent Donnelly Salvage & Wrecking 
Co, Residence 329 Earl 

Donnelly John, jr, vice-pres Donnelly 
Salvage & Wrecking Co, res 249 
Queen 

Donnelly Luther E, plumber McKelvey 
& Birch, lvs 329 Earl 

Donnelly .Miss Mary, dressmaker, 119 
Montreal, lvs same. 

Donnelly Mary (wid John), bds 167 
Clergy 

Donnelly Mary A (wid James), res 119 
Montreal 

Donnelly Matthew, res 97 York 

Donnelly Matthew A, plumber Nugent 
& Taylor, lvs 97 York 

Donnelly Salvage & Wreck- 
ing Co, Ltd, Capt John Donnelly 
President, Capt John Donnelly, jr, 
Vice-President, M H Folger Trea- 
surer, Capt Thomas Donnelly Secre- 
tary, 38 Clarence 

Donnelly Sandford, foreman mach 
Kingston Foundry, res 118 Welling- 
ton 

Donnelly Thomas, bookkeeper J A 
Gardiner, res 46 Colborne 

Donnelly Capt Thomas, Domin- 
ion Steamboat Inspector, Examiner 
Masters and Mates. Office 38 Clar- 
ence, Residence 195 University ave 

Donoghue Miss Annie, bds 156 Bagot 

Donoghue Catherine (wid Daniel), res 
S27 Barrie 



Donoghue Miss Catherine, dressmkr 

IS Quebec, lvs same 
Donoghue Charles, grain .291 Ontario, 

lvs 327 Barrie 
Donoghue Elizabeth (wid John), res 13 
Upper William 

lvs 327 Barrie 
Lucy, tailoress, 



lvs 



Mary, dressmkr, lvs 



Donoghue James, 

Donoghue Miss 
223 Wellington 

Donoghue Miss 
223 Wellington 

Donoghue Michael, lab, res rear 164 
Bagot 

Donoghue Peter A, carder Cotton 
Mills, bds 102 Rideau 

Donoghue Peter W, clerk J S Hender- 
son, bds Oriental Hotel 

Donoghue Sarah (wid Michael), res S5 
Frontenac 

Donoghue Thomas J, appr Bailie Bros, 
lvs 13 Upper William 

Donoghue Timothy J. tra.v. res 93 
Queen 

Donovan Cornelius, mason, res 97 Low- 
er Bagot 

Donovan Daniel, harnessmkr Hy Wil- 
ton, res 58 Bay 

Donovan Dennis, lab, lvs 97 Lower 
Bagot 

Donovan Miss Edna, res 394 Brock 

Donovan Eliza (wid John), lvs 97 Low- 
er Bagot 

Donovan Miss Gertrude, lvs 394 Brock 

Donovan Frederick, clerk T J Leahy, 
lvs 394 Brock 

Donovan Miss Kate, lvs 394 Erock 

Donovan John, lab, lvs 97 Lower Bagot 

Donovan Joseph, driver T McConville 
& Son, lvs Division, north of City 
limits 



YOUNG MEN 



That have a liking for the horse 
and other domestic animals 

would do well to take a course in the KINGSTON VETERINARY COLLEGE. 

Consult Prof. Knight or G. W. Bell, V.S., D.V.D.S. Tuition very reasonable. 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Lamps of all kinds,Burners r 
Chimneys, Globes and Shades 
of every description. 



L34 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



Donovan Michael, fireman str Ban- 

nockburn, res 306 Ontario 
Doolan Jeremiah, lab, res 94 Rideau 
Doolan John, gasmkr Gas Works, res 

134 Lower Bagot 
Doolan Margaret (wid Timothy), res 

331 King e 
Dooley Ann, (wid James] res 282Eari 
Dcoley Daniel, cigarmkr G A MeGow- 

an. lvs 282 Earl 
Dcoley Edward, sailor, lvs 2S2 Earl 
Doran Ann (wid Daniel), lvs 126 Queen 

i Miss Bridget, res 64 "Barrie 
Doran Daniel, lab, res 125 Queen 
D<".ran Erances (wid Wm). caretaker 
194 Ontario, res same 

an John, lab, res 125 Queen 
Doran Michael (estate of). Wm Murk- 
ier, agent. 29 Ontario 
Dorland Mrs Carrie, res 222(a) Division 
Di ugall Alfred A. carp, res 10 Redan 
Dougall Frances, i>rakeman G T R. lvs 

10 Redan 
Dougall Ralph blacksmith, res 58 John 
Dougherty, see also Doherty 

i, . i-. i • miel I • '■• Carpel 

, leaning Works, lvs 91 Elm 

fherty Elizabeth (wid John), res 

'.ll I 
Dougherty Miss Jane, dressmkr it Di- 
vision, res same 

■ i u -. e, i - ''■ John- 

herty Patrick, pedlar, res 99 Elm 
i tougherty Wm, lab, res t 39 Vlfred 
Brlce, bricklayer, • 

Dou 

DoUglai Hugh, mas. in. r,-s ! :, Nelson 

m. shipper '!'■" Rob- 
in A Bon, i\ s 19 Nelson 

i > an n. \ \i i Jane, bd 

mi- 
ll . John Corbett, 
Field 

i, ■.! Uma 



Downey, see also Downie 

Downey George, currier J J Carrir.g- 

ton, lvs lOfi Montreal 
Downey Hester (wid Robert), res 106- 

Montreal 
Downey James, driver D A Hutchi - 

son, lvs 106 Montreal 
Down, y Mis Mary J. res 383 Print 
Downey Robert, driver K Milling Co, 

res 10S Montreal 
Downey Timothy, shoemkr 184 Bagot, 

res same 
Di wnie, see also Downey 
Downie David, policeman, res 69 Low- 
er 1 1 
Downie Robert, sailor, lvs 69 Lower 

Baeot 
Downing Joseph J B. bds SI Clergy w 
Downing Sarah (wid James 1 , bds SI 
;y w 

ng Wm, bds, 247 Brock 
ley David H, physician. 154 Johr- 
ston, res same 
Dowsley Thomas G, salesmai Haines 

& Dockett. lvs 200 William 
Dowsley Wm. mach, res 200 William 

■ \ wm ii. clerk McRae r.r.>s. lvs 
William 
i •'. i His. ci i .in. tor Street Ry Co, 
luls Portsmouth 

Hugh, coal "ii dealer 294 Bar- 
rie, res same 

Hugh P, barber, lvs 294 Barrie 
i >oyie i imea butcher, rea w b Vic- 
toria, " n ..!' Durham 
!>..> le .lames, guard K P, res 12n s 
i ), yi.- \ii-s Johanna dressmkr n 
same 
John, baggagemastAT G T R, res 
Montreal 
Doyle John a. olerk, lvs :'.'i Barrie 
i ioj le John J, driver James Thorn] 

n s pinm cor Barrie 
i ,, j |e rohn W, i aptaln tug Glide, reel 

nk 
Doyle Joseph H, carp, tori* 

Tei i a< ■■ Montreal si 



| W. M. DRENNAN f 
! 

i 



i 
i 



Funeral Director . . . 

. . . and Embalmer 



NO. 281 PRINCESS STREET. 



Calls entrusted to the Establishment will have his per- 
sonal supervision. 

Embalming" is a specialty for which he is duly qualifield. 
He is the only Undertaker in the City holding a Diploma 
from the New York School of Embalming- 

An assistant day and night on the premises. 



S. S. COR BETT, Assistant, (Graduate 
Clark's School of Embalming.) 



•#♦♦#' 



Telephones 143 and 179. 

For Ambulance, Telephone 143. 



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W. M. DRENNAN 

Funeral Director . . . 

. . . and Embalmer 

NO. 281 PRINCESS STREET. 



Calls entrusted to the Establishment will have his per- 
sonal supervision. 

Embalming' is a specialty for which he is duly qualifield. 
He is the only Undertaker in the City holding- a Diploma 
from the New York School of Embalming- 

An assistant day and night on the premises. 

S. S. CORBETT, Assistant, Graduate 
Clark's School of Embalming.' 

Telephones 143 and I79. 

For Ambulance, Telephone I43. 



YOU ARE RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO EXAMINE THE 
ACTUAL RESULTS OF INVESTMENT POLICIES IN THE 
ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE. NO OTHER COMPANY'S RESULTS 
IN CANADA CAN EQUAL THEM. 'ASK FOR SOME." 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, ' 



KINGSTON AXPHABETICAL DIRECTOR? 



135 



Doyle Martin W, clerk, lvs w s Vic- 
toria, '-' n of Durham 

Doyle Miss Miary A. private school 3 
Victoria Terrace, Montreal st. 
same 

Doyle Michael, trader, res 103 Queen 

Doyle Patrick, lab, res 102 Rideau 

Doyle Mrs Patrick, boarding house, 102 
Rideau 

Doyle Win, cattle dealer, res 768 Prin- 
cess 

Drake Francis J, draughtsman Locomo- 
tive Works, res 52 Wellington 

Drennan Rev Alexander, res 222 Uni- 
versity ave. 

Drennan Wm, Funeral Director, 
and Embalmer, 2S1 Princess, Resi- 
dence " Sunnyside " cor Mack and 
Alfred 

Driscoll, see also O'Driscoll 

Driscoll Denis, res 45 Wellington 

Driscoll Denis J, carp, lvs 45 Welling- 
ton 

Driscoll John, inspr G T R, res 217 
Montreal 

Driscoll John D, carp, lvs 45 Welling- 
ton 

Driscoll Patrick, foreman painter K & 
P Ry shops, res 12 Charles 

Driscoll Wm, stonecutter, lvs 217 Mont- 
real 

Driver Harry P, clerk, lvs 186 Queen 

Driver John, supt letter carriers, res 
: Barrie 

Driver Thomas, customs appraiser 18S 
Ontario, res 186 Queen 

Driver Wm J, trav Dalton & Strange, 
res 116 Colborne 

Druce John, car inspr G T R, res 
Montreal st, opp G T R Depot 



Druce John J, plumlber McKelvey & 
Birch, lvs Montreal st, opp G T R 
Depot 

Drummond Harold N, student, lvs 32 
Simcoe 

Drummond Jane B (wid Thomas), res 
360 Brock 

Drummond John A K, acct James 
Richardson & Sons, res 32 Simcoe 

Drummond Samuel J, student, rms 43 
George 

Drury Major Charles W, Com- 
mandant " A " Battery, Royal Can- 
adian Artillery, res Tete du Pont 
Barracks 

Drury Charlotte A (wid Chipman), lvs 
141 King e 

Drury Miss Gertrude, lvs 141 King e 

Drury Le B Maule, discount clerk 
Bank of Montreal, lvs 141 King e 

Drury Wm 5 Wood & Coal Yard, 
^74 Princess, Residence 165 Clergy 

Dublin House, Mrs R Saunders prop 
M-i Ontario 

Dubs Charles R, Vice-Pres Canadian 
Locomotive . & Engine Co, Ltd, res 
Glasgow, Scotland 

Dudley Miss Jennie G, lvs 232 Barrie 

Duff H Ramsay, MD, Physician 
and Surgeon, Office Hours 9 to 11 am, 
2 to 4 and 7 to 8.30 pm, Telephone 89, 
Office and Residence 206 Bagot 

DufF CoS John, Police Magistrate, 
City Buildings, res 450 Princess 

Duffe, see also Duffey and Duffy 

Duffe John, lab, res 14S Lower Bagot 

Duffey John V, operator T Hanley & 
Sons, lvs 94 William 

Duffey Wm, moulder, res 94 William 

Duffey Wm, jr, clerk John Corbett, lvs 
94 William 



VETERINARY DENTISTRY 



TELEPHONES 514 AND 201. 



DR. BELL, U.S., IS A SPECIALIST IN THIS 
BRANCH OF VETERINARY SURGERY. IF YOUR 
HORSES ARE NOT DOING WELL CONSULT HIM 
FREE OF CHARGE. 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



A. A. A. greatest pain killer 
known. Hobart's sweet flavor- 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it 



136 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Duffy, see also Duffey 

Duffy Francis, foreman Kingston Hosi- 
ery Co, res 139 Alfred 

Duffy Wm, coachman, bds 110 Earl 

Dumbleton John W, laborer, res 150 
Nelson 

Dunbar -Mrs Georgina, music teacher, 
lvs 436 Princess 

Dunbar Henry, res 168 Bagot 

Dunbar John, res 436 Princess 

Duncan Alexander, agent, res 70 Wil- 
liam 

Duncan Donald, clerk County Registry 
Office, lvs Portsmouth 

Dunlop Miss Albina, boarding house 13 
Maitland 

Dunlop Andrew, capt str Algerian, res 
96 Rideau 

Dunlop Andrew "W, bookkeeper W J 
Crothers, res 48 Colborne 

Dunlop Charles, driver Jos Franklin, 
lvs l"J(a) John 

Dunlop Elliott, clerk J B McLeod, lvs 
56 Union w 

Dunlop Fred G, bookkeeper Wm Dun- 
lop, res 170 Bagot 

Dunlop Herbert A. clerk, lvs 50 Prin- 

Duniop Herbert \. salesman Jus Red- 
den A Co, !•■ B 828 Alfred 
Dunlop Horai •• E, student, lvs 50 Prtn- 

Dunlop James, painter K A P Ry 

- 184 KM 

I lunlop James i :. teacher, rea 50 Prln ■ 

i »unlop .i.i mea M , i ei 38 Rideau 

\ii in i : Maitland 

Dunlop John W, pe stor « Catholic \ pot 

tollc Chun b, Ivi i : Maitland 
Dun] 193 Col- 

i tunlop Robert, tailor \\ m i lunlo] 

»hn 
Dunlop Robert G, clei ■ R Waldron, 

1 Dion w 



Dunlop Thomas A, farmer, lvs 38 Ri- 
deau 
Dunlop Thomas W, clerk Wm Dunlop, 

lvs 56 Union w 
Dunlop William, Merchant Tailor. 

351-353 King e. res 56 Union w 
Dunlop Wm E, laborer J J Carrington, 

res 226 Wellington 
Dunn Ambrose J, engineer str H A 

Calvin, res 167 Montreal 
Dunn Thomas, grocer 222 Wellington, 

res same 
Dunn Thomas, laborer, bds Grimason 

Hotel 
Dunnett Wm. foreman Shedden Co, res 

22 Ontario 
Dunoon Isabella (wid James), res 101 

Clarence 
Dunoon Duncan, opr CPR, lvs 101 

Clarence 
Dunphy Edward J, finisher Jas Reid, 

res 258 Queen 
Dunphy James, lvs 2">s Queen 
Dunphy James, packer 10 Chown & 

Sun, res 96 York 
Dupont Hippolite J, ( Duponl k 

WtlSOn), res 879(a) Montreal 
Dupont Janus V, lab Dupont A Wil- 
son, bds 16 Corrigan 
Dupont & Wilson (Hippolite J Du" 
pont, Harry Wilson), Oil Cloth Manu- 
i':u turers, Cataraqul st. (See card be- 
low.) 



DUPONT & WILSON, 

M \ M i \t ii i;i-:i;s of 

ENAMELLED OIL CLOTHS 

AND CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS 

CATAWAQUI ST., KINGSTON. 

1 mi i .u i , N.n h iii I'. M \. |,,. 

Cbll L44 Unlvei 

Dupuli T Arthur, ledyerkeeper 

■ hanl i lank bd i LI KDaltland 
Dupu irlotte, lvs IB Union w 

I Uipuy Mi-;-; K.iiin> . i ,s I., lni..n u 



THE ONTARIO IIY1UTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COM- 
PANY WILL ACCEPT FEMALE RISKS-FIRST-CLASS- AT 
THE SAME RATES AS MEN. WITHOUT EXTRA. BOYS 
OVER 14 YEARS OF AGE INSURABLE ON ANY PLAN. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



137 



Dupuy Henry S, accountant Bank of 
.Montreal, res 177 Alfred 

Durey Miss Martha, lvs 468 Brock 

Durey Miss Nettie, lvs 468 Brock 

Dutton Miss Maude, Corset Man 
ufacturer 209 Princess, bds 7 Victoria 
Terrace, Montreal st 

Dutton Samuel, excavator, res 459 Bar- 
rie 

Duval Arthur D, prof R M College, 
res 1 Victoria Terrace, Montreal st 

Dwyer Bros (Edward J Dwyer), cloth- 
ing 112 Princess 

Dwyer Edward J (Dwyer Bros), lvs 64 
Barrie 

Dwyer Ellen (wid John), lvs 64 Barrie 

Dwyer John, laborer, res 70 Johnston 

Dwyer Mary (wid Michael), res 59 Wil- 
liam 

Dwyer Michael, lvs 64 Barrie 

Dyde Charles B, house surgeon Gen- 
eral Hospital, lvs 242 Alfred 

Dyde George E, student, lvs 242 Alfred 

Dyde Samuel S, bookkeeper Fenwick, 
Hendry & Co, res 242 Alfred 

Dyde S Walters, MA, D Sc, prof 
Queen's College, res College Grounds 

Dyde Wardrope H, (James Red- 
den & Co), Residence 299 University 
avfi 

Dyon Francis, teamster Shedden Co, 
res 42 Union e 



E 



Eardley Charles, baker T R Carnovsky, 
res 189 Victoria 

Earl Sarah (wid John), lvs 110 Barrack 

Earle Robert H, Inland Revenue Of- 
ficer, rms 140 Wellington 

Easton Walter A, tinsmith E Chown & 
Son, res 86 Pine 



Eaton John, yardman Oriental Hotel 
Eby Joel, foreman Kingston Hosiery 

Co, res 135 Union w 
Eccles Annie, waitress Oriental Hotel 
Eccles Frederick G, lab, res 433 King e 
Eccles Samuel, laborer, lvs 33(a) Main 
Eccles Victor, billiards City Hotel, bds- 

same 
Eddington George A, confr W H Car- 
son, res 258 Sydenham 
Edgar David, fireman, res foot of Ca- 

taraaui st 
Edgar David J, moulder, lvs foot of 

Cataraqui st 
Edgar Miss Mary, dressmaker foot of 

Cataraqui st, lvs same 
Edgar Wm T, painter K Vehicle Co, 

res 117 Barrack 
Edward tviother M, Superior Gen- 
eral House of Providence, Montreal 
street 

Edwards Rev George, pastor Brock St 
Methodist Church, res 242 Johnston 

Edwards Peter, dyer Kingston Hosiery 
Co, res 130 Union w 

Edwards Richard, packer The Gar- 
diner Co, res 78 Division 

Egan Daniel, tobacconist 179 Wel- 
lington, res same 

Egan Edward, sailor, bds Lake View 
ULouse 

Egan Mary A (wid Daniel), lvs 179 
Wellington 

Eggleton James, lab Bajus Brewery, 
res 112 Raglan rd 

Elder Andrew A (Elder Bros), res U4 
Ordnance 

Elder Bros (Andrew A and James), 

livery 210 Wellington 
Elder Miss Catherine, dressmaker U4r 

Ordnance, lvs same 



niCEACEC AC nnPC '• Beir V - S - has made a s P ecial study for the 

UIOlHOLO Ul UUUO past ten years of the diseases of these animals 

— — — — ^— — — — and has fitted up a hospital for the fcrea tment of 

CONSULTATION FREE. their diseases and injuries. Phone 514 and 201 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



138 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Eider James (Elder Bros), res 279 Ba- 
got 

Elder Miss Jane, lvs 114 Ordnance 

Elder Sarah (wid George), lvs 114 Or- 
dnance 

itt Alexander M, cattle dealer, lvs 
366 Division 

Elliott Bros ( Robert F, Matthew 
B and John M), Plumbers and Steam 
Fitters 77 Princess 

Elliott .Miss Catherine, teacher Or- 
phans' Home, bds 366 Division 

Elliott Edwin S, student, lvs 366 Divis- 
ion 

Elliott Eliza (wid Wm), lvs 243 Syden- 
ham 

Elliott Frank L, res 349 Alfred 

Elliott George \V, pressman British 
Whig, lvs L87 Montreal 

Elliott James A, printer Kingston 
. lvs 187 Montreal 

Elliott Jane (wid Wm), ree 187 Mon- 

Elliott John, cattle exporter, re* GrTR 

I 111: 

BUlo 

sion 

I'niv 

Elliott Joseph G, Managing !*<1- 
tor 267 Qnlvi 

Elliott M Win), l. 

Elltotl Matthew B (Elliott Bros), Iva 

!•'. butchei 218 W< lllng- 
> ; r i'i; inn. 
Elliott Robert F I Elliotl B 
ton 

bda 

El Hot 1 Thi I Min- 

I 
i Wm i ;. | 

Bro 



Ellis Arthur, architect 159 Wellington, 
bds 311 University ave 

Ellis Wm S, BA, Principal Collegiate 
Institute, Residence 170 Barrie 

Ellison Hermann, junk, res 393 Prin- 
cess 

Elmer Albert E, barber 72 Princess, 
res 2S Division 

Elmer Caroline (wid John), lvs 113 
Wellington 

Elmer Fred N, lvs Outer Depot 

Elmer John, propr Railroad House 803 
Montreal 

r -Miss. Gertrude L, lvs 242 Syden- 
ham 

Elmer Joseph, barber R H Elmer, res 
141 Montreal 

Elmer Richard H, barber 161 Prin- 
. res same 

Elsmere Elizabeth (wid Alexander), res 
228 Universltj 

Ely Alexander bartend r Willlamsvllle 
Hotel 

Ely Edward M. student R E sparks. 
lvs 178 Al 

Ely Ernest E. olerk E P Jenkins, lvs 
178 AJ 

Ely Samuel, rea L78 Alfred 

Emmett Maltland L, engln • r K >v P 
Ry, t) Rldeau 

'"■I John r, Iva w b Re- 

gent, 2 ii Of .Johnston 

md Thomas, market garden 
Johnston 

rsltj ave 
Engll 
School, is - 282 Unlversltj ave 

I'ni- 

versltj ave 

tudent, ot 
Victoria i ' , Montreal 

hi \i n \ u\ id Michael), h 

w m 

in. key, i 
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ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON 



A Substantial Canadian Old 
Line Company. Has the best 
inducements for intending in- 
surers of any co'y in Canada. 



KINGSTON AI.l'HABKTICAL DIRECTORY, 



139 



Erwin, see also Irwin 

Erwin Wm. roadmaster K & P Ry, 
res 193 Brock 

Estes Walter, lvs 38 Ellice 

Estes Wm, engineer J McLeod, res 38 
Elliee 

Ettinger John G, principal Victoria 
School, res 429 Brock 

Evans Miss Elizabeth, bds 177 Clergy 

Evans Herbert, plumber Elliott Bros, 
lvs 6 Newman's Cottages, King w 

Evans James, keeper K P, res 6 New- 
man's Cottages, King w ' 

Evans John, engineer str D G Thomp- 
son, lvs w s Collingwood, 1 s of 
Johnston 

Evans Margaret (wid John), lvs 5 New- 
man's Cottages, King w 

Eves Daniel, cab owner, res 147* Ordn- 
ance 

Eves Daniel, driver, lvs 149 Ordnance 

Eves Edward M, clerk Dalton & 
Strange, lvs 37S Bagot 

Eves Francis I, tailor J S Sands & Son, 
lvs 37S Bagot 

Eves Frederick W, appr J Harrigan, 
lvs 11 Cowdy 

Eves James, cab owner, res 378 Ba- 
got 

Eves James, jr, lvs 378 Bagot 

Eves John, res w s Centre, 6 n of King 

Eves Joseph J, tailor G D Cannon, lvs 
378 Bagot 

Eves Mark, lvs 149 Ordnance 

Eves Mark, tinsmith, lvs 378 Bagot 

Eves Patrick J, driver J Eves, lvs 378 
Bagot 

Eves "Wm, painter, res 11 Cowdy 

Eves Wm H, butcher S Green, res 52 
Lansdowne 

Eward Charles, mason, res 138 Lower 
Bagot 



Eward Frederick W, blacksmith, res 
384 Princess 

Eward Mary (wid Thomas), res 240 Di- 
vision 

Eward Robert, bookkeeper J Franklin, 
res 209 Colborne 

Eward Wm, helper Locomotive Works, 
res Portsmouth 

Excelsior Life Insurance Co, 
J S Hoath District Manager; G F Ho- 
bart City Agent; Office over Hobart's 
Medical Hall, 155 Princess, cor Bagot 

Exchange Hotel, George Jenman prop 
21 Brock 



Fadden, see also McFadden and Mac- 
Fadden 

Fadden Wm S, painter K Vehicle Co, 
res 25 Arch 

Fahey Edward, Inland Revenue Officer, 
res 158 Bagot 

Fahey Edward W, student, lvs 158" Ba- 
got 

Fahey Ellen (wid Lawrence), lvs 63 
Earl 

Fahey Mary (wid Michael F), confect- 
ionery 47 Princess, res same 

Fair Wm J, District Manager North 
American Life Assurance Co, res 120 
Barrie 

Fairbairn Wm, signalman GTR, res 772 
Montreal 

Fairbairn Wm, jr. sailor str Hero, lvs 
772 Montreal 

Falconer Elizabeth (wid James), lvs 163 
Union w 

Fallon Dominick, grocer, res 914 Prin- 
cess 

Fallon Patrick, laborer, res e s Redan, 
1 s of Raglan rd 



G.W.BELL, V.S.,D.V.D.S, 

Telephones 514 and 201. 



Treats all diseases of do- 
mestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to day 
or night. 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, g*'^, 

155 Princess Street. 



for Knickerbocker 
Braces. Sizes for 
men, women, boys and girls. 



140 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTOY. 



Fallon Patrick, jr, stone cutter, lvs e s 

Redan, 1 s of Raglan rd 
Fallon Thomas D, clerk Dominion Exp 

Co, lvs 914 Princess 
Fanning, see aiso Fenning 
Fanning Patrick, carter, res 34 Alma 
Fannon Elizabeth (wid John), res 366 

Bagot 
Fannon John, stableman McCammon 

Bros, lvs 366 Bagot 
Fannon Martin J, laborer, lvs Miller's 

lane, 1 w of Bagot 
Fannon Wm, sailor, bds 70 Ontario 
Farrell Agnes, waitress Windsor Hotel 
Farrell Charles, carter, res 63 Upper 

Charles 
Farrell George, lab P McCormack, res 

50 North 
Farrell James, driver L W Murphy. 

lvs 63 Upper Charles 
Farrell Jas M. I Macdonnell & Farrell) 

bds 360 Brock 
Farrell Thomas, bds 189 Brock 
Farrington Susan (wid James), lvs 108 

Sari 
Peatberston -Miss Orpha, lvs 132 Uni- 
versity ave 
Feddes Philip, stableman McCammon 

Bins, bds 230 Bagot 
Fee Samuel H,MD, Medical Health 

Officer, City Buildings; res 405 Prin- 

eesa 

Am. cattle dealer, res 273 Queen 
v Thomas, laborer Locomotive 

Works, res 8 Ettdeau 

Panning 

[lor Str Princess 
[,,.ui Pine 

Penwlck George, carp m T Oo, bdi 

Qlobe Hotel 

i- , teri Penwlck, 

Hendi i A Co, h i 111 B 

Ick Oeorge 8 (Fenwiek, Hendry A 

. i ii mnah ED (wid Oeorge), lvs 
\ i. torta 



Fenwiek. Hendry & Co (George S Fen- 
wick. £Iadalene Hendry, Malcolm S 
Sutherland), wholesale grocers 189 
Ontario 

Fenwiek Miriam (wid Kenneth N), res 
141 King e 

Fenwiek Thomas M, MD, Physici- 
an, Surgeon, etc, ; Telephone 273 ; Of- 
fice Hours 8.30 to 9.30 am. 2 to 4 and 
7 to 9 pm; Office and Residence cor 
King and Barrack 

Ferguson Alexander, laborer, res 23 
Chatham 

Ferguson Miss Bertha, nurse General 
Hospital 

Ferguson George A, student Walkem 
& Walkem, lvs 376 Alfred 

Ferguson Rev George D, BA, prof 
Queen's College, res 199 Brock 

Ferguson H A, lvs 191 King e 

Ferguson James, bookkeeper R Gaw & 
Co, res 236 University ave 

Ferguson James F, rope mnfr, res 216 
University ave 

Ferguson Miss Rosllla, dressmaker 306 
Montreal, lvs same 

Ferguson William, Sheriff County 

of Frontenac, Office Court House: 
Residence 191 King e 
Ferguson Wm B, bookkeeper K Cord- 
age Co, res 376 Alfred 
Perns Miss Jane C, res 33 Division 
Perm Miss Annie, lvs 33 Division 
Perrler Oeorge, foreman K & P Ry 

shops, res m Prim 
Perris Arthur, nurseryman, bds 

u's Hotel 

Ferris Charles ii. engineer K Vehicle 
res L36 William 
j,.hn v. lvs \::> William 
Fenis Jonathan P H, tanner, res 874 

Alfred 
Field Aj thur B, barher 16 Prince • 

une 
PUgata Charlea J, machinist B 
eiy Oo, res LSI Alfred 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



INSURANCE IN FORCE, 
ASSETS OVER - - 
SURPLUS, - - • ■ 



$20,000,000 

- 3,000,000 

315,000 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIHKCTORY. 



Ill 



Fllgate James R, traveller, Ivs 197 Al- 
fred 

Filtz Marion (wid George), res 387 
Johnston 

Filtz Philip, messenger Bank of Mon- 
treal, res 196 King e 

Filtz Richard, bricklayer, res 417 John- 
ston 

Filtz Wm E, cigarmkr G A McGowan, 
res 142 Pine 

Finlay Alexander A, bricklayer, lvs 283 
Division 

Finlay Catherine (wid Alexander), res 
283 Division 

Fisher Henry, laborer, res 28 Place 
d'Armes 

Fisher John, brewer, res 261 University 
ave 

Fisher John, carpenter, res w s Nel- 
son, 2 n of Johnston 

Fisher Joseph H, Groceries, Flour 
and Feed, 355-357 King e, res 193 Uni- 
versity ave 

Fitton Sarah (wid Dr Robert W), lvs 23 
Mack 

Fitzgerald David, boilermaker, bds 24 
Earl 

Fitzgerald James, teamster Booth & 
Co, res 65 Arch 

Fitzgerald James, lab, res 377 Earl 

Fitzgerald Miss Louisa, res dQy 2 On- 
tario 

Fitzgerald Thomas, laborer The Rath- 
bun Co, bds 377 Earl 

Fitzgerald Wm J, teamster Gas Works, 
res 79 Pine 

Fitzgibbons Daniel, cigarmkr G A Mc- 
Gowan, lvs 282 Earl 

Flanagan, see also Flanigan 

Flanagan James P, yardman S Anglin 
& Co, lvs 10 Raglan rd 



Flanagan John, cigarmkr S Oberndorf- 
fer, res 10 Raglan rd 

Flanagan John, coremaker Kingston 
Foundry, res 52 Division 

Flanagan Mary (wid Thomas), res 111 
William 

Flanagan Patrick, engineer, res 50 Di- 
vision 

Flanagan Patrick, laborer, lvs 10 Rag- 
lan rd 

Flanagan Michael E, florist 82 Barrie, 
lvs same 

Flanagan Michael, City Clerk, 
City Buildings, Residence 82 Barrie 

Flanagan Thomas, clerk Dalton & 
Strange, lvs 111 William 

Flanagan Wm L, clerk, lvs 82 Barrie 

Flanders George W, carriage trimmer, 
res 294 Queen 

Flanigan, see also Flanagan 

Flanigan Andrew J, lvs 179 Division 

Fleming James, capt schr Melrose, bds 
Dominion House 

Fleming Wm, lab, bds Ottawa House 

Fletcher Charles E, plumber J G Bas- 
tow, bds 132 Wellington 

Fletcher T Russell, ledger keeper Stan- 
dard Bank, rms 141 Princess 

Fletcher Wm H, teacher Colligate In- 
stitute, res 30 Frontenac 

Flett Alexander G, Merchant 
Tailor 214 Princess, Residence 74 Col- 
borne. (See adv pages 3 and 4.) 

Flett Alexander G, jr, clerk A G Flett, 
lvs 74 Colborne 

Flint Charles, laborer, res 2 Quebec 

Flood James, gardener Convent of the 
Congregation de Notre Dame 

Flood Michael, carpenter, res 331 
Brock 

Floody Alexander, laborer, res 206 
Montreal 



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Floody Charles, currier J J Carrington, 

lvs 8 Redan 
Foden James, caretaker 14th Battalion 
band room, res s s Raglan rd, 2 w 
of Bagot 
Fokes Edward J, barber 223 Princess, 

res 57 Colborne 
Foley Miss Jennie, bds 213 Colborne 
Foley Michael, carter, res 97 Earl 
Foley Patrick, lab, res 89 Earl 
Folger Benjamin W (Folger Bros . 
General Manager Kingston & Pem- 
broke Railway, and Kingston, Ports- j 
mouth & Cataraqui Electric Rail- 



Folger's General Ticket Agency, 

F A Folger Agent, foot of Brock st 
Follest Chester E, carp TV* J Chapman, 

lvs 170 Nelson 
Follest Wm, gardener, res 170 Nelson 
Forbes Jan*' (wid Wm), lvs 129 Bar- 
rio 
Forbes Wm, sailor schr S H Dunn, res 

429 Barrie 
Ford Alexander B, student, lvs 35& 

Brock 
Ford Alice, housemaid Globe Hotel 
Ford Anna M (wid Wm G), res 33t> 
Brock 



way, 198 Ontario, Residence 221 King Ford Joseph, fireman str North King, 

res 12 Earl 
Folger Benjamin W, jr, Manager Forder Margaret (wid George), res 1G3 
St Lawrence River Steamboat Co. 198 (, lergy 



Ontario, lvs Cool of Bmily 
Folger Bros | Benjamin W and M 
Henry), Private Bankers 198 Ontario, 
cor Clarence 
Folger Collamer, electrician Klectric 

Light \\'<.rks. lys l". Sydenham 
Folger Frederick A, Managing 
Director Kingston Light, Heat and 
Power <•". 18 Queen, Residence 15 
Sydenham 
Folger Frederick A, jr, Super- 
intendent Kingston St Pembroke 
Railway, Ontario, opp City Hall. 

)ueen 
- Ml Battle, lvs i:; Sydenham 
r Miss Me i :; Sydenham 

Folger Howard S, General Mana- 
i i iland Steamboat Co, 
i' 1 - i mtarlo, Residence ■ i w 

■ I' i l: |VS ' 'I Kll 

Folger M Henry Folg< i l 
President Thousand Island Bf 

uiy .in. i si Lawrence 

River st. aini.. ..it < •,,. ,,,,,t Treasurer 

I '..tin. II £ u | 

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Forester Augustus, bartender Opera 

Saloon, res 114 Johnston 
Forrest Edward J. polisher K Vehicle 

CO, lvs 10 Ontario 
Forrest James P, clerk R D Baker, 

lvs in Ontario 
Forrest Maria (wid Donald), lvs 131 

< jueen 
Forresl Miss Nettie, ii.is 8 Corrigan 
-t wm H. carp it Davis & Son, 

res 10 » total 1.' 

Forresl Win ii. jr. caulker R Da\ 

Son, Us in i mtarlo 
Forsyth Alma .) (wid Joseph B), res 175 

< Hergy 
Forsyth James, bds British American 

Hotel 
Forsj the Joseph, plumber .i W Oldfla, 

lvs Portsmouth 
Forte* ue Charles i..- Geyt, student 
n's College, lvs "Edgehlll," 

Kin- u 

Fortescue Joseph, Telephone ITS. 

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Fowler Alexander, plasterer, lvs 321 

Johnston 
Fowler Alfred H, soldier A Battery, 

res 28 Dufferin 
Fowler Fife, physician 249 Brock, res 

same 
Fowler George, mach McDonald & Al- 
len, lvs 321 Johnston 
Fowler Rev James, MA, FRSC, prof 

Queen's College, res 121 Union w 
Fowler Jane (wid John), res 321 John- 
ston 
Fowler Michael J, janitor General Hos- 
pital, res 59 George 
Fowler Wm, plasterer, res 358 Barrie 
Forward Henry F, trav G A McGowan, 

res Belleville 
Foulden Wm, private A Battery, rms 

70 "William 
Fox Thomas, junk dealer, res 232(a) 

"Wellington 
Foote John, manager Dominion Cotton 

Mills Co Ltd, res 251 Rideau 
Fralick Abraham J. lvs Windsor Hotel 
Fralick Charles E, clerk "Windsor 

Hotel, res 373 Brock 
Fralick John W ( Fralick & Co), 

res Windsor Hotel 
Fralick Thomas H, clerk Windsor 

Hotel 
Fralick & Co (John W Fralick), 
Proprietors "Windsor Hotel, Princess, 
cor Montreal 
Francis Gerrot, res 89 Collingwood 
Francis John, shoemaker, res w s Col- 
lingwood, 1 s of Johnston 
Francis John E, finisher Kingston 

Hosiery Co, res 19 University ave 
Francis Lewis, engineer, bds Ottawa 
House 



Francis Wm, gardener, res 316 John- 
ston 
Francisco George H, plumber McKel- 
vey & Birch, lvs n s Hickson ave, 4 
w of Montreal 
Francisco Wm N, engineer GTR, res n 

s Hickson ave, 4 w of Montreal 
Franklin Charles D (Franklin & Camp- 
bell), res 390 Alfred 
Franklin James C, lvs 390 Alfred 
Franklin Joseph, flour, grain and seeds 

117 Brock, res 17 Sydenham 
Franklin & Campbell ( Charles 
D Franklin, Wm Campbell), Flour, 
Feed, Grain and Seeds 18 Market sq 
Fraser Calvin P, laborer, res w s Col- 
lingwood, 6 n of King 
Fraser Catherine (wid Hugh), res 133 

King e 
Fraser Miss Helen, clerk, bds 228 John- 
ston 
Fraser George N, conductor, res 48 

Clergy 
Fraser James R, student, bds 61 Union 

west 
Fraser John W, carp, res 791 Princess 
Fraser Miss Maggie J, bookkeeper 

Singer Mnfg Co, bds 232 Johnston 
Fraser Norman F, acct Ontario Build- 
ing & Savings Society, and agent 
Caledonian Insurance Co 67 Clarence, 
rms 139 Princess 
Fraser Richard A, clerk E F Sears, bds 

32 Union w 
Fraser Miss Sarah, dressmkr, lvs 305 

Bagot 
Fraser Schyler S, lab, res 217 Earl 
Fraser Wm, carp, res 316 Barrie 
Fraser W r m A, grocer, res 661 Princess 
Frasso Joseph (Dennie & Frasso), res 
307 Earl 



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Free John, carter, res 279 Montreal 
Free Robert J, stonemason, res 94 

Division 
Freeman Miss Carrie, milliner, rms 303 

Barrie 
Freeman Miss Mertina, lvs 23 Ellice 
Friendship Charles C, market garden, 

Bath road 
Friendship John, market garden, res 1 

Gallinger Terrace, Chatham st 
Friendship Miss Mary, (Grant & 

Friendship), res 36 Division 
Friendship Wm, appr K Milling Co, lvs 

1 Gallinger Terrace, Chatham st 
Frizzell Alexander, boilermkr K & P 

Ry shops, lvs 311 Montreal 
Frizzell Amos F, cigarmkr G A Mc- 

Gowan, bds Oriental Hotel 
Frizzell Frank, slasher Cotton Mills, 

lvs :;il Montreal 
Frizzell Rob< it. shoemkr Jos Dillon ft 

Son. pea -:i l -Montreal 
Frizzell Thomas. loom Oxer Cotton 

Mills, n b 309 Montreal 
Frontenac Cafe, T (rate Proprie 

tor, M Clarence 
Frontenac Loan & Invest- 
ment Society, sir R .1 ( Sartwright 

Ki'Mi;. President, R Vashon Rogers 
i.i.n. \ Ident, Thomas 

Brig] r. s? Cla I 

Fro t Arthur <;. foreman Bavage Broa 
II PYontenac 
I EQdn ard, lvs 157 Sj denham 

lloreM, lvs 157 

I ■ n 1 1 i n i 

■ wm i ;. carriage palnl i 102 King 

• r Bydenhana 
EDUzabetn (wid John i' - ). rea tj 

t' i i i i r i ■ i i i i.i \ 1. 1. i at |.. rea 728 Monl real 

Funnel] i >a\ Id 3, engines] Kl P Ry, 

". i . • • ■ 

Funnel! Thoma i 1 1 condui toi K J P 

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Furlong Thomas H, teacher Collegiate- 
Institute, rms 55 Arch 



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Gage Benjamin, driver R H Toye, res 

157 Pine 
Galbraith Robert, teacher, res 29 Arch 
Gallagher Miss Agnes (Misses Gal- 
lagher), lvs 224 Montreal 
Gallagher Ann (wid John), res 21$ 

Montreal 
Gallagher Mrs Catherine, res 69 Queen 
Gallagher Charles, cab driver, lvs 21S 

Montreal 
Gallagher Daniel, lab, res e s Montreal, 

2 n of G T K crossing 
Gallagher Emanuel J, plumber Elliott 

Bros, lvs 87 Barrac k 
Gallagher Francis, cab owner, lvs 2is 

Montreal 
Gallagher Francis J, fireman Locomo- 
tive Works, res 69 Queen 
Gallagher John J, painter T McMaho'i 

& Co. res 224 Montreal 
Gallagher Mary (wid Thomas), bda ?2 

.lames 
Gallagher Miss Mary (Mlssea Gal- 
he r), Iva -'-'I Mmitival 
Gallagher Mary J, (wid Emanuel) 

sT Barrack 
Gallagher Miohael, lvs 218 Montreal 
Gallagher Mis-,-. (Mary and Agnes), 

dressmkra, 221 Montreal 
Gallagher Miss Sarah, talloreas, h 

Bai rack 

her Thomas, bla< ksmltn R .1 

sii ilea, i\ ■ U 1 rpper < lharlea 
■ allagher Thomas .1. assl mngr Thou- 
1 1 i.i ii.i Steamboal » fo, n v s 2 

Vl< 1..1 1 1 T< 11 ace, Mon1 1 
1 taltaghei Wta B, 1 ab ow q< 

Gallinger Alexander, contractor, 905> 
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Gallivan Anastasia (widJohn), res 285 

Alfred 
Gallivan Daniel, lab. res 169 Division 
Gallivan Dennis J, carp, lvs n s Raglan 

2 w of Montreal 
Gallivan Edward J, driver T J Leahy, 

lvs n s Raglan Rd, 2 w of Montreal 
Gallivan James, engineer K & M For- 
warding Co, res 25 Frontenac 
Gallivan James P, grocer 377 Bagot, 

lvs 25 Frontenac 
Gallivan James V, student, lvs 285 Al- 
fred 
Gallivan John, 3rd engineer Gas 

Works, res 49 Upper Charles 
Gallivan Maurice, barber T J Healey, 

lvs 25 Frontenac 
Gallivan Michael, carter, res n s Rag- 

len Rd, 2 w of Montreal 
Gallivan Michael, jr. sailor str Ban- 

nockburn, lvs n s Raglan Rd, 2 w of 

Montreal 
Gallivan Michael J, moulder, lvs 25 

Frontenac 
Gallivan Miss Minnie, dressmkr, 28a 

Alfred, lvs same 
Gallivan Patrick, cigarmkr G A Mc- 

Gowan, lvs 285 Alfred 
Gallivan Timothy, lab, lvs 469 Division 
Galloway James, sr, res 304 Earl 
Galloway James, jr, Manager 

Campbell Bros, res 91 Clergy w • 
Galloway J E Bruce, student, lvs 01 

Clergy 
Galloway John W, pressman British 

Whig, lvs 73 Pine 
Galloway Thomas, tailor C Livingston 

<fe Bro, res 73 Pine 
Gamble Harold L, student, lvs 21S 

Johnston 
Gamble Jennie (wid John), res 218 

•Johnston 
Gandier Miss Annie, nurse Gener.il 

Hospital 
Gannon, see also Cannon 
Gannon Wm A, upholsterer T F Har- 
rison Co, bds 288 Queen 



Garbutt Daniel J, Locksmith, 293 Prin- 
cess, res 207 William 

Gardiner Miss Elizabeth, teacher Pal- 
ace School, lvs York Rd 

Gardiner Jacob J, clerk J A Gardiner, 
res 629 Princess 

Gardiner James, res 188 Ordnance 

Gardiner Jane H (wid James C), res 311 
Queen 

Gardiner John A, Real Estate 
Broker, Fire, Life, Loan, Plate 
Glass and Accident Insurance 
Agent. Fire Insurance a 
Specialty. Appraiser and Ad- 
juster. Estates Managed. 
Office of the 2nd Division 
Court. 151 Wellington Street, 
near Post Office. Residence 
307 University Ave. 

Gardiner Miss Sarah, teacher Queen 
st School, lvs York Rd 

Garrett, see also Jarrett 

Garrett Caroline (wid Richard), res 
168 King e 

Garrett R W, Physician and Surgeon, 
Office Hours 10 to 11 am, 2 to 4 and 
7 to 9 pm. Telephone 282. Office and 
Residence ~>~1 Johnston 

Garrigan Catherine (wid James), bds 
49 Princess 

Garrigan James, shoemkr J H Suther- 
land, res 51 Princess 

Garvin Edward, caretaker Inland Re- 
venue Building, res same 

Garvin James, lab, lvs 101 Rldeau 

Garvin Michael, lab, res 101 Rideau 

Gas Inspector's Office, Whs 
Burrows Inspector, Clarence st 

Gascoyne James, blacksmith J Harri- 
gan, res 54 John 

Gascoigne Joseph J, engineer Jas Swift 
& Co, res 182 Bagot 

Gascoigne Thomas, currier J J Car- 
rington, lvs 54 John 



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Gaskin Capt John, Outside Mana- 
ger Montreal Transportation Co, res 

253 Ontario, cor Queen 
Gaskin John, jr, clerk M T Co. 1 

Ontario 
Gaskin Miss Maggie B, bookkeeper 

Singer Mnfg Co, Ivs 230 Albert 
Gaskin Robert A, mate str Glengarry, 

lvs w s Albert, 1 n of Union 
Gaskin Thomas, clerk Custom House, 

res w s Albert, 1 n of Union 
Gaskin Thomas McC, sailor str Ban- 

nockburn, lvs 253 Ontario 
Gates Abel, lab, res 205 Albert 
tJates Charles A, weaver Kingston 

Hosiery Co, lvs 322 Johnston 
Gates Frank, mason, res e s Victoria, 1 

n of Princess 
Gates George, tinsmith MoKelvey >\ 

Birch, bds 237 Queen 

rge A. printer British Whig, 

lvs 322 Johnston 
Gates James, carp, res ~>'> Lower Bagot 
Gates John, printer W P Bell & Son, 

lvs head <>f Ellckson ave 
< ;at. b Joseph, driver D < touper, i 

! 'I in 

eph, painter Robinson 

iv> ton 

Win J, lab, rea n e Hickson ave, 
r, w ..iii tckson Lane 

Win .1. contractor 822 Johnston, 

i .-.i ii Zephj i . 87 « mtarlo, 

< ;.i in hler I tenry, sailor barge M< ' !ar- 
thy, bds Lake View h 

\ clerk Campbell 
Ivs n ■ Vlctoi Johnston 

Ine Wtn, i opemki K ' 

'. | ■ •■ . I n of Johnston 

a Co), i 

ivs 

I A . I l.l\ Id 

• ■.ii ..in plaining mill, n ■ I 

• I A i 



Gawley "Win. baker Gardiner Co, bds 

407 Princess 
Geach John, lab, res 226 Sydenham 
Geake John, stone cutter S J Kilpat- 

rick & Co, res 453 Division 

Geale Eliza A (wid Thomas), lvs 432 
Brock 

Geale John, res 90 Division 

Geale John, clerk KirkpatrickA Rost- 
ers, res 432 Brock 

Geary Edward, lvs e s Collingwood, 2 
s of Union 

Geary George, Carpenter and Gen- 
era] Repairer, 349 (a) Johnston, res e 
s Collingwood, 2 s of Union 

Geddes Frederick B, upholsterer J "W 
Geddes, lvs 167 Bagot 

Geddes James W, Practical Uphol- 
sterer, Carpets Cleaned, Sewed and 
Laid, 214 Bagot, res 167 same 

Geddes Wm, student, rms 430 Princess 

Gee David H, steam titter Locomotive 
Works, res 88 Union w 

Gehe George, yardman. American 
Hotel 

Qi age .Miss Mary, clerk <> c Johnson. 
bds 322 Brock 

Qenge Robert B, clerk Post Office, res 
279 I 'nivei'sity ave 

Gerald Mrs Margaret, cook str Ameri- 
ca, bds < Utawa 1 louse 

in m iss i lertha, Ivs 41 Colborne 

Qcogfc "s. cook Kingston Gen- 

eral Eiospil 1 1 

Qeoghegan Capl John, customs Officer, 
res 866 Wellington 

began John ii. clerk Street icy 
Co, lvs 868 Wellington 

•i Wm. cms.-, Canada Dry 
i >... k. res 78 w.iiii 

W, tailor, 248 Barrls, 

i ;< orgi Jo ph, piano merchant 1 1 1 
i .--. is \\ elMngton 
■larj \ ' Id John), h 
Queen 



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George Frederick J, Deputy City Re- 
gistrar, office head of West st, res 
Sarriefield 
Germain Daniel, motorman Street Ry 

Co. res 14 St Catharine 
Germain J Edmund, currjer J McLeod, 

res 59 John 
Germain John F, painter K Vehicle Co, 

bds 280 Princess 
Gibbons Arthur, lvs 36 Elm 
Gibbs John, lab. res 11 Ellice 
Gibbs Mary (wid Robert), res 237 Earl 
Gibbs Wm J, moulder, lvs 237 Earl 
Gibson Arthur, student, lvs 448 Divi- 
sion 
Gibson Benjamin, engineer, lvs 187 

University ave 
Gibson David, res 461 Princess 
Gibson Eleanor E (wid Alexander), res 

448 Division 
Gibson James C, MA. MD, lvs 461 Prin- 
cess 
Gibson James F, MD, Physician 

Surgeon, etc. Office Hours 8 to 10 am, 

1 to 4 and 7 to 8 pm. Telephone 518. 

Office and Residence 282 Queen, cor 

Barrie 
Gibson Jane (wid James), res 122 Union 

west 
Gibson Miss Margaret, res 495 Princess 
Gibson Thomas W, stone quary, res 

458 Division 
Gibson Wm H. mngr D W Karn & Co 

217 Princess, res 562 same 
Giddings Walter, mason, res 132 Nel- 
son 
Gilbert Albert, woodworker K Vehicle 

Co, res 50 Rideau 
Gilbert Burns, clerk Jas Tierney, lvs 

50 Rideau 
Gilbert Miss Dill, clerk Bay of Quinte 

Auer Light Co, bds 250 Barrie 
Gilbert Jane (wid Major Robert), res 

e s St Lawrence ave, 1 s of Union 
Gilbert John, grocer, 194 Barrie, res 

same 



Gilbert Richard, trav Geo Robertson & 
Son, res 274 Brock 

Gilchrist Elizabeth (wid John), lvs 309 
Earl 

Gildersleeve Charles F, president 
Kingston & Pembroke Railway Co. 
and manager Richelieu & Ontario 
Navigation Co, res Montreal, Que 

Gildersleeve Mrs Charles F, bds Bri- 
tish American Hotel 

Gildersleeve Ernest C, clerk J P Gil- 
dersleeve, lvs 45 Gore 

Gildersleeve Henry H, City 
Agent Standard Life Assurance Co, 
42 Clarence, bds British American 
Hotel 

GILDERSLEEVE JAMES P., 

GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY. 

Fire, Marine, Accident, 

Guarantee, Plate Glass. 

GENERAL TICKET AGENCY. 

Tickets for sale by Ra I, Ocean. Lake 
and River. Ocean Tickets a Specialty. 

NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Prompt attention given to 

Ship Protesting. 

ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES. 

A License issued ?t my office is avail- 
able for a Marriage in any part of 
Ontario, therefore Kingstomans who 
pre to be married elsewhere in the 
Province can obtain their Licenses 
from me before leaving horn*. 

42 Clarence St,, Residence 45 G-oreSt. 

Gildersleeve Miss Lucretia M. res 264 

King e 
Gill Catherine A (wid Robert), res 251 

University ave 
Gill Miss Sarah, principal Williamsville 

School, lvs 251 University ave 
Gill Wm, bookkeeper Geo Robertson & 

Son, res 440 Brock 
Gillan David M, waiter Str Spartan, 

lvs 364 Alfred 



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Gillespie George, clerk W A Mitchell, 

bds 391 Brock 
Gillespie James, attendant Rockwood 

Asylum, res 117 Albert 
Gillespie James, shoveller, bds 117 

Queen 
Gillespie Robert, carp J Jenkin, lvs 117 

Albert 
Gillespie \Vm H, plumber McKelvey & 

Birch, lvs 117 Albert 
Gillie James, engineer str Empire 

State, res 235 Earl 
Gilmour Chester, tinsmith, lvs 140 

Barrie 
Gilmour Hattie, res 247 Earl 
Gilmour James, carpet cleaner, lvs 247 

Earl 
Gilmour Nellie, cook Windsor Hotel 
Gilmour Robert, letter carrier, res 449 

Barii-- 
Gilmour Wallace, wood worker J P Mc- 

Dermott, res 4L iame» 
Gilmour Win. welghman K iSL- M For- 
warding Co, res w s Collingwood, 1 
n of Union 
Gilmour WmG, appr W D Muckler, lvs 

149 Barrie 
Glmbletl Wm H, tiding Instructor " A" 

Battery, res i ,,v Barrie 
(][[■■ drey 

. John, huckster, rea rear '-'i Wel- 
lington 
Glrvln Harold 8 G, student, lvs m 

Olrvln Roberi i 

\ Ibei t a. coal oil dealer n ■ 
ohen, i n of Monti 
Glv< ii M"\ erly, 2 n of 

King 

! Is I ■ ! 

i ■■ ol King 
:.,i,. 1 1. .im er .i .i Burton, bds 

i''i Q( oi -■• '. lvs 1 12 
Johr 



Givens Miss Susan, dressmkr 112 John- 
ston, res same 
Glancey Mary A (wid Alexander), res 

62 North 
Glancey Wm, clerk J J Behan, lvs 

62 North 
Glasgow James A, tinsmith, lvs 390 

Montreal 
Glasgow Robert, currier J J Carring- 

ton, res 390 Montreal 
Glasgow Wm, tinsmith Simmons Bros, 

lvs 390 Montreal 
Glazier Ezekiel, carter, res 4 Orchard 
(Hazier George, bartender Central 

Hotel 
Glazier Joseph F, carter, lvs 4 Orchard 
Gleeson, see also Leason 
Gleeson Ann (wid James), res 103 John- 
ston 
Gleeson James W. trav D W Kara ft 
Co, res 149 Sydenham 

son John, ice dealer King w, opp 
University ave, res 123 King w 
Gleeson Miss Lizzie, dressmkr. bds 22 

Ontario 
Gleeson Miss Mary, dressmkr, 103 

Johnston, lvs same 
Glenn Wm, porter General Hospital 
GUdden Wm, license Inspector, Ctty 

Buildings, res 296 Unlveraltj 
GHnn Joseph, driver McCammon Bros, 

i„is . Oriental Hotel 
Globe Hotel, P McLaughlin prop, 

1 mi I 

Glover Albert, grocer, 1*2 Bagot, 

Glover Frank M, blaoksmlth K \ ehlole 
OQ t rea L04 Bai rack 

10 Dufferln, 

Godden Wilfred J, watchmkr, 

Bpangenberg, bds 
Qodman Daniel G, lab, i 

of Union 
G, dtrin alfred \. n ! "" Wm 

God* in Miss Bmlly M, teachi i Queen 
hool, Ivi L01 rMne 






res 



V w 



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Godwin Enoch, ins agent, 344 King e, 
Iva 101 Pine 

Godwin James G, driver R J Carson, 
res 81 Pine 

Godwin Matilda (wid James), lvs 303 
Division. 

Godwin Wm H, Principal Queen St 
Scho 'I. Residence 101 Pine, Telephone 
424, (see card below) 

Godwin's Insurance Emporium 
The -following first-class 
Companies Represented : Ag- 
ricultural Fire Insurance 
Company (Watertown, N Y), 
British America Assurance 
Co, Fire, (Toronto) , National 
Assurance Co ( of Ireland), 
London Assurance Corpora- 
tion, Fire, (London, Eng ), 
Dominion Burglary Guaran- 
tee Co. W. H. Godwin Proprie- 
tor, Fraser's Arcade, No. 344 
King e, Residence 101 Pine- 
Residence Telephone 424. 

Gcgo John A, baggageman G T R, bds 
Montreal, 3 s of G T R crossing 

Going John S (Canada Hay Co), lvs 311 
Brock 

Going Shirley (Canada Hay Co), res 311 
Brock 

Goldstein Jacob, laborer, res s s Rag- 
lan rd, 1 w of Bagot 

Gollogly John, laborer, res w s Patrick, 
3 n of Raglan rd 

Gollogly Thomas, blacksmith, bds 33 
Upper Charles 



Gommer John I, driver McRae Bros, 
res 223 Earl 

Goodearle Humphrey, cabinet maker, 
res 268 University ave 

Goodearle John A, clerk Folger's 
Ticket Agency, res 340 Johnston 

Goodearle Cap>t John L, res 159 Bagot 

Goodell Chancey, carter, res n s 
Charles, 1 w of Bagot 

Goodell George, sailor, res 24 Pine 

Goodell Pciscilla (wid Stephen), res 82 
William 

Goodfellow Miss Louise J, clerk, lvs 375 
Bagot 

Goodfriend John, sailor, res 225 Wel- 
lington 

Goodman James, sailor, lvs 52 Lower 
Bagot 

Goodfellow Robert W, cabinetmaker, 
res w s Livingston ave, 1 n of King 

Goodman John, laborer Kingston 
Foundry, res 52 Lower Bagot 

Goodman Michael, carter, res 95 Lower 
Bagot 

Goodwin Wm L, BSc, LON, DSc, 
Edin, Director Kingston School of 
Mining, Residence n s Alice, 1 w of 
University ave 

Goodyear Thomas, lab, lvs 38 Clarence 

Gordon George S, stableman Shedden 
Co, res 26 Union e 

Gordon John, instructor in masonry K 
P, res 278 Division 

Gordon John W, fireman str D D Cal- 
vin, bds Ottawa House 

Gordon Miss Kathleen, lvs 85 King e 

Gordon Robert, stone cutter R Wal- 
lace, res n s Concession rd, 2 w of 
Division 

Gordon Wm S, City Assessor and 
Commissioner, City Buildings, Resi- 
dence 240 Alfred 



A^ C^ T T ISJ C^L- 1\/T T7^ 1VT That have a liking for the horse 
- 1 - V ~^ ^ -L » >^_X LV_L _l_v 1. >| and Qther domestic an i ma i s 

would do well to take a course in the KINGSTON VETERINARY COLLEGE. 
Consult Prof. Knight or G. W. Bell, V.S., D.V.D.S. Tuition very reasonable. 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Lamps of all kinds, Burners* 
Chimneys, Globes and Shades 
of every deseripticn. 



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Gordon Wm S. jr, clerk A Chown & 
Co, lvs 240 Alfred 

Gorman, see also McGorman and 
O'Gorman 

Gorman Matthew, lvs 576 Montreal 

Gorman Patrick, res 576 Montreal 

Gormley Edward, pressman Kingston 
News, lvs 251 Division 

Gormley James, laborer, res 22 Duf- 
f-tin 

Gormley Johanna (wid James), res 251 
Division 

Gormley Miss Margaret, lvs 22 Dufferin 

Gormley Miss .Minnie, dressmkr 251 Di- 
vision, lvs same 

Gnrnalle Miss Charlotte, lvs 118 Earl 

Gossage John, stableman A Mcllqu- 
ham, res 28 Elm 

Gould Catherine (wid Win), lvs 316 
Brock 

Gould Charles 3, farmer, res w s I lath 
road 

Gould Elisabeth (wid George W), lvs 
73 Division 

Gould Henry G, machinist, res e s 
Albert, 8 n of 1'ri 

Gould James a. bookkeeper \v Bailey 
ft C • Princess 

Gould Joseph B, caretaker Central 
Bcbool, res 173 Sydenham 

Gould Wm ii. student, lvs 178 Syden- 
ham 

Gourdier Louis, w i carver, bds Ter- 
rapin Hotel 

Gourdier \\'m p. salesman Clark 
Wrmhi a Bon, bdi M Queen 

r, b iw "i ki r K v. hide 

lvs :i : Mont i 

nner J J i in, lvi 

I 

Gow v. 

Gow Walter, Jr, engli r i ?otton ! 

Midi 

I II 

■, M T i (o 
II : Kin 

-■I vil J nnl 



Gowan Robert W, laborer, res 9 Pine 

Gowdey Burton G. trav J S Hender- 
son, lvs 160 Sydenham 

Gowdey James, butcher 252 Ontario, 
rts 160 Sydenham 

Gowdey Robert J, trav. lvs 160 Syden- 
ham 

Gowdy John, res 32 Wellington 

Goyette Charles, engineer str Iona, res 
12 Rideau 

Goyette Joseph J, salesman Steacy & 
Steacy, lvs 12 Rideau 

Goyette Oliver, lvs 12 Rideau 

Grace Edward J, baggageman B A 
Hotel, res 106 Ontario " 

Grady Michael J, contractor 68 Earl, 
res same 

Graham, see also Grahen 

Graham Annie A (wid James), res 365 
Bagot 

Graham Miss Catherine, lvs 393 Brock 

Graham Christopher J. builder 183 
I *nii>n w, res same 

Graham Edward, farmer, res 393 Brock 

Graham Elizabeth (wid John), i 
John 

Graham Grace A (wid Isaac TO, lvs 506 
Princess 

Graham Jethro, salesman Ratbbun Co. 
lvs Portsmouth 

Graham John, niach. lvs s I Quel 

e of Cherry 

Graham John p. tinsmith Kiiiott I 
bdi 831 Barrle 

Graham John W, foreman Dupont A 
Wilson, bds 169 Bj denham 

Graham Joseph p. laborer, res in Nel- 
son 

i m Miss Maud, matron County 

u s same 
Graham Thomas, painter T McSffahoa 
& Co, res s ■ Quebec, i e of i rherry 
1 Iraham Thoma r cai penter, n 
Aiw Lngton a\ s, I ■ of Union 

im \\m ii. ti.i\ Robertson Bros, 

\v 

1 ;r then Thomas, bide dealei 

< 'hat lei 



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ACTUAL RESULTS OF INVESTMENT POLICIES IN THE 
ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE. NO OTHER COMPANY'S RESULTS 
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DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



KINGSTON AUMIAHKTK'AL 1)1 U VA TOR V. 



1.->1 



Grand Trunk Railway, City Depot foot 
of Johnston, Outer Depot, north end 
of Montreal, freight sheds, foot of 
William 

Grand Union Clothing Co, A I 
Roney Proprietor 122 Princess 

Grange Alexander, student, bds 332 
Johnston 

Granger Edgerton, cabinetmaker, res 
315 Brock 

Granger N IM, Manager Bay of 
Quinte Auer Light Co 256 Bagot, bds 
374 Brock 

Granlund Wm, carp, res 467 Division 

Grant Archibald, lab, res 525 Princess 

Grant Very Rev George Mon- 
ro, MA, DD, LLD, Principal 
Queen's College, res College Grounds 

Grant James, lvs King w, opp Eller- 
beck ave 

Grant Miss Jane, lvs 23 Mack 

Grant John H, sailor, lvs 525 Princess 

Grant Thomas S (Grant & Friendship), 
res 36 Division 

Grant Wm, foreman L H Clarke & Co, 
res King w, opp Ellerbeck ave 

Grant & Friendship (Thomas S Grant, 
Miss Mary Friendship), grocers 36 
Division 

Grass Charles, res 37 Albert 

Gratton John, lab, res 293 Wellington 

Gratton Michael, bartender Globe 
Hotel 

Gratton P Joseph, elevatorman James 
Richardson & Son, res 268 Wellington 

Gravelle Oliver, dairyman, res w s Col- 
lege, 2 n of Union 

Graves, see also Greaves 

Graves Charlotte (wid Thomas R), res 
59 Chatham 



Graves Frederick M, student, lvs 573 
Princess 

Graves Wm D, customs officer, res 573 
Princess 

Graves Wm George, trimmer K Vehi- 
cle Co, lvs 573 Princess 

Gray, see also Grey 

Gray David G, furrier, lvs 269 Syden- 
ham 

Gray D John, contractor w s Albert, 
1 s of Princess, res same 

Gray Douglas W, transfer agent Post 
Office, lvs w s Albert, 1 s of Prin- 
cess 

Gray George, lab, res 269 Sydenham 

Gray George W, grocer n w cor Patrick 
and John, res same 

Gray James F, agent London Life Ins 
Co, res 163 Queen ' 

Gray Mrs James F, dressmaker 163 
Queen, res same 

Gray Miss Mary J, lvs 269 Sydenham 

Gray Capt John, res 19 Russell 

Gray John M, student, lvs w s Albert, 
1 s of Princess 

Gray Robert, sailor, lvs n s Russell, 3 
W of Montreal 

Gray Miss Rosa, nurse General Hos- 
pital 

Gray Samuel J, clerk J S Henderson, 
res 9 Redan 

Great North Western Tele- 
graph Co, James Reams Manager 
34 Clarence 

Greaves, see also Graves 

Greaves Adeline (wid Edward), res 341 
Division 

Greaves Frederick, coachman, 49 King 

past 



VETERINARY DENTISTRY 

TELEPHONES 514 AND 201. 



DR. BELL, V. S., IS A SPECIALIST IN THIS 
BRANCH OF VETERINARY SURGERY. IF YOUR 
HORSES ARE NOT DOING WELL CONSULT HIM 
FREE OF CHARGE. 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



A. A A greatest pain killer 
known. Hobart's sweet flavor- 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Greaves Helen (wid Joseph W), res 196 
Colborne 

Greaza Charles N, manager J Hender- 
son & Co, res 245 Alfred 

Greaza Miss Emma V, milliner,197 Wel- 
lington, res same 

Greaza Miss Pauline, lvs 197 Welling- 
ton 

Green Alicia M (wid John), lvs 16 Syd- 
er.iia.rr> 

Green Charles, laborer, lvs 48 Lower 
Bagot 

Green Charles, fitter locomotive works, 
res 105 Stuart 

Green Charles, teamster Co-operative 
Sash and Door Factory, lvs 16 Syden- 



Green John, butcher, res 841 Princess 
Green John sr, butcher, res 296 John 

star. 

Green Mrs John, nurse, lvs 16 Syden- 
ham 
Green John R, currier J J Carrington, 

lvs 19 Charles 
Green Maria (wid Lewis), res 19 

Charles 
Green Mary A (wid Charles), res 48 

I>>wer Bagot 
Green Meiidall. cadet Salvation Army, 
res 9 A Barracks 

n Robert B, engineer str Bannock- 
burn, ree ::i7 Ontario 

n Samuel, butcher, 7i Brock and 
2M Princess, res Bath road 
wm .i. butcher, lvs w s Bath 

Qreenw i Ml >'■• i tha lv ^ >-' s Union 

went 

nwood Joseph T, agent, res 8*4 
n-n i Nathaniel T, res US Union 

M, .;..,. ■•.in i. \y MB 
hi Id Qei 

Dltal 

John, englm 



Greer Maggie, housemaid General Hos- 
pital 

Greer Roger, lab, res 327 Jonhston 

Greer Samuel J, Guard K P, res e s 
Alwington ave, 1 n of King 

Grey, see also Gray 

Grey Charles W, broommkr W Bailey 
& Co, lvs w s Frontenac 1 n of Prin- 
cess 

Grey Edward, driver A Battery, res w 
s Frontenac 1 n of Princess 

Griffin Joseph, lab, res 200 Montreal 

Griffith George A, painter K Vehicle 
Co, res 33 Colborne 

Griffith Milton, student, bds 152 Fron- 

Grimason Eliza (wid Henry), Its 

Princess 
Grimason Henry, sailor schr Fleet 

Wing, t>ils 163 Queen 
Grimason Hotel, Wm Marshall 

Proprietor, 332 Princess 
Grimason John, watchman K Vehicle 

Co, bds 162 Queen 
Grimason Thomas.deputy collector in- 
land revenue, res w s Albert 3 n of 

Muck 
Crimshaw Burton, tailor A O'Brien, lvs 

St Lawrence Hotel 
Crimshaw Del, is il> Crimshaw & Co), 

res 399 Wellington 

Crimshaw I> ft Co. hay dealers. N9 

Wellington 
Crimshaw Prank, barber l* T Haffner, 
lvs 884 Dh Islon 

Crimshaw Maurire. plumber Elliott 

i tiros, Its 81 Law rence Hotel 

Crimshaw Kndney S. tailor A O'Brien, 

lids l'm i >i\ Islon 

QiimshaT Silas a. contractor, 384 Di- 
vision, res same 

Qrogan Catherine (wid John), res _7i 
s> denham 

I'lim.iy wm .i. sexton First MethoduTt 

< 'hureh. res - I 

i ;u.i\ John .i. painter G T R, i\ 
Montn ii 



the ontario mutual life assurance com- 
pany will accept female risks-first-class- at 
the same rates as men, without extra. boys 
over ia years of age insurable on any plan. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINCJSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



153 



Guay Joseph, carp G T R, res 795 Mont- 
real 

Guess George, student, bds 121 Albert 

Guess A Stannard, grocer, 383 Johnston, 
res 304 Albert 

Guess James W, hotel, York rd 

Guess Leighton E, prop Opera Saloon, 
210 Princess 

Guild John, grocer, 73 Bay, res same 

Guild Wm, plumber McKelvey & Birch, 
lvs 72 Bay 

Guirey, see also Girey 

Guirey Daniel, engineer K & P RY, lvs 
292 Johnston 

Guirey John, engineer K & P RY, res 
225 Montreal 

Gunn Alexander.Vice-President H & M 
Forwarding Co, bds British Ameri- 
can Hotel 

Gunn Daniel H, carpenter, res \v s Nel- 
son 4 n of Johnston 

Gunn James A, bds British American 
Hotel 

Gunn Jane (wid Daniel H), res 195 Nel- 

,<snn 

Gunn John B, lab, res 17 Upper Charles 
Gunn Robert W, yardman City Hotel 
•Gunn Sarah A (wid John B), res n s 

Quebec, 1 w of Cherry 
Guy Dinah (wid Zachariah), res 85 

Division 
Guy Henry J, bookkeeper, lvs 85 Di- 
vision 
Guy Wm, apprentice, lvs 73 Colborne 



H 



Haag Conroyd, chef Brit Am Hotel 
Haaz Anton (A Haaz & Co), res 79 
Colborne 



Haaz A&Co(Ant(»i Haaz, Wm Mur- 

.ray ) Proprietors Kingston Vinegar 

Works, Bagot cor Ordnance 
Hackett Joseph, carter, 278 Wellington 

res same 
Hackett Miss Rose, res Miller's lane 2 
w of Bagot 

Hacket Sarah (wid Wm), res 428 King 
east 

Hadder Harold, painter T McMahon & 
Co, res 63 Sydenham 

Haddigan Michael J, bds 25 Johnston 

Haffner Christian, butcher, 297 Prin- 
cess res 834 same 

Haffner Echard, res s s Durham cor 
Macdonnell 

Haffner Frank W, clerk P A Haffner, 
lvs 145 Montreal 

Haffner George E, mason, lvs s s 
Durham, cor Macdonnell 

Haffner Philip A, grocer 147 Montreal 
res same 

Haffner Philip T, barber 352 Princess 
res 834 same 

Haffner Thomas B, butcher 240 Prin- 
cess, lvs s s Durham cor Macdonnell 

Haffner Wm, driver C Haffner, lvs 834 
Princess 

Hagan James, watchman str Passport, 
res 29 Queen 

Hagerty Miss Annie, teacher St. John's 
school, lvs 105 Queen 

Hagerty Ellen (wid' Daniel), res 105 
Queen 

Hagerty Miss Ellen M, lvs 105 Queen 

Hagerty Miss Maggie, lvs 2 Victoria 
Terrace Montreal st 

Hague George E, Manager Mer- 
chants' Bank, Brock cor Wellington 
Residence 117 Earl 



niCriCrC nC nfiPO *" )r ' Bell' V.S. has rnade a special study for the 

|J |^ t A w tw Ul UUUw past ten years of the diseases of these animals 

__^_^^_^^_^^^_^_ and has fitted up a hospital for the treatment of 

CONSULTATION FREE. their diseases and injuries. Phone 514 and 201 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Haines & Lockett, W A Van Tas- 
sel Manager, Boots, Shoes, Trunks 
and Valises,' 116 Princess 
Hales Mary (wid Wm), res 309 Brock 
Haley, see also Healy and Healey 
Haley Thomas, lab, res 46 Johnston 
Hall Aaron W, collector Singer Mfg Co, 

res 40 Ellice 
Hall David, foreman N McNeil, res 206 

Alfred 
Hall Miss Emma, lvs 337 Brock 
Hall John, fireman Fire Dept, res 

rear of Hall No 1 Ontario st 
Hall Miss Margaret, lvs 337 Brock 
Hall Miss Mary, housekeeper 213 

(jueen 
Hall Millie, waitress City Hotel 
Hall Samuel, fireman Brock St Fire 

Hall, res 220 (a) Division 
Hall Thomas J, moulder, res 3 Sixth 
Hall Wm. cigarrakr R Oberndorffer. 

lvs rear Fire Hall No 1, Ontario st 
Hall Win. driver Geo Robertson & Son, 

Hallett Charles A. moulder, res 214 Al- 

Halllday Edward, prop the Hub, 22-24 

Market *<i 
Halliday James, electrician Btreet Rj 
Poi tsmouth 

John sr (John Halllgan A 
Co), rei 846 i '-nick 

John Jr (John Halllgan & 
Ivi .■ i • Brock 
Halllgan John .v Oo (John Halllgan 

nd Jr), gro( Brock 

Halllgan Joseph J, shoemkr wm 

\ . I i ii i -. I v • ■ : Rid 
n till ran Thon 
ii tllii mi \ii Man L - 1 " »kr, 101 

Wellington, i\ i lamt 
Hailing John, (Iranian tr Hamilton, 
I mi 

tneer str Both 
i..i Ottawa ii" 
Hal pi ii M Ichael, oartei B 

■lit h 



Hambly W H. hardware. 115 Princess, 
res same 

Hamer Alfred H, apprentice, lvs 73 
Colborne 

Hamer John, scale adjuster, res 73 Col- 
borne 

Hamilton Clark, Collector of Cus- 
toms, King cor Clarence, res same. 

Hamilton Edward, tailor C Livings- 
ton & Bro, res 45 Arcn 

Hamilton Francis F, barber, lvs 45 
Arch 

Hamilton Francis H, appr W D 
Muckler, lvs IS Clergy w 

Hamilton Henry J, tailor C Livings- 
ton & Bro, lvs 43 Arch 

Hamilton Isabel (wid Colin) res 89 Gore 

Hamilton James, shoveller, res 45 Cler- 
gy west 

Hamilton John, engineer Tug Active, 
res 38 York 

Hamilton Patrick, res 246 Earl 

Hamilton Robert M, mason, res 154 
Pine 

Hamilton Samuel, plumber Nugent & 
Taylor, res 448 Princess 

Hamilton Samu.l. shoveller res 126 
Union w 

Hamilton Mrs. Sarah, r.-s 34 Union W 

Hamilton Stewart S, clerk Ontario 
Bank, bds 62 Kail 

Hamilton Win ('.. tinsmith Elliott I'.ros. 

u s 16 ( nergy w 

Hamilton Win L mason, ree 720 I'tin- 

Hammond Edward, bartender, res 176 

1 1 i 

Hi ininond LUCy, iw id Wm 

Johnston 

Hand .Mrs Elisabeth, r-s 224 Welling- 
ton 
Handle) I 

Handles George, worki Cotton Mills, 

lVS It", t '"1 I I:' III 

i Ian. ii. \ Jphn H, w oiks < Jotton Mills, 

l\ s it; i 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSUKANCfc COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON 



A Substantial Canadian Old 
Line Company. Has the best 
inducements for intending in- 
surers of any co'y in Canada. 



KINGSTON AUMI AIIKTM Al, DIRECTORY. 



155 



Handley Mary A (wid Thomas;, res 16 

Cornwall 
Handley Wm, fireman Electric Light 

Works, res L37 Lower Bagot 
Hanley Archibald, asst acct Inland Re- 
venue, res 75 Gore 
Hanley Archibald J. student, lvs 75 

Gore 
Hanley Frank A. (T Hanley & Sons), 

lvs 67 Earl 
Hanley George, student, lvs 73 Gore 
Hanley James, customs officer, res 73 

Gore 
Hanley James, engineer, lvs 67 Earl 
Hanley James H, student, lvs 73 Gore 
Hanley James H, (T Hanley & Sons). 

lvs 67 Earl 
Hanley John, cab owner, 26 Barrie. r2s 
same 

Hanley Joseph P, (T Hanley & Sons), 

lvs 67 Earl 
Hanley Miss Rebecca, lvs 26 Barrie 
Hanley Robert, student, lvs 75 Gore 
Hanley Thomas (T Hanley & Sons), res 

67 Earl 
Hanley Thomas & Sons, (Thomas, 

Joseph P, Frank A, and James H). 

ticket agents, Johnston cor Ontario 
Hanley Thomas A, chief opr G N W 

Tel Co, res 65 Earl 
Hanley Wm, res n s Rideau. 4 e of 

Montreal 
Hanlon Bernard J, letter carrier, res 

92 Division 
Hannay & Harold Misses (Eleanor 

Hannay, Maggie Harold), millinery 

167 Princess 

Hannay Miss Eleanor (Misses Hannay 

& Harold, lvs 202 William 
Hannay George A, lab R Crawford lvs 

202 William 



Hannay John, sailor str Corsican, lvs 

202 William 
Hannay Rachel, (wid Wm B), res 202 

William 
Hannay Thomas, stone cutter, res 21 

T'niversity ave 
Hannay Wm B. clerk A G Flett. lvs 

202 William 
Hanseombe Charles, lab, J J Carring- 

ton. lvs 2 Quebec 
Hanseombe Charles J.lab lvs 86 Quebec 
Hanseombe Wm M, lab, res 86 Quebec 
Hanseombe Wm T, switchman G T R, 

res Montreal. 4 n of G T R crossing 
Hansen Catherine (wid Louis), flsn 
dealer 90 Wellington, res 112 William 
Hanson Mrs Harriet, lvs 419 King e 
Hanson Robert, tailor I Boyd, bds 102 

Earl 
Harbor Master's Office, AVm 

McCammon Master, City Buildings 
Harding Hugh C, foreman finisher K 

Vehicle Co, res 161 Queen 
Harding John, lvs 232 Johnston 
Hardy John C ( Hardy & Co), res 

99 Clergy w 
Hardy & Co, Importers of Dry 
Goods, Mantles and Millinery, 123 
Princess, north side 
Harker Wm, cabinetmkr Carnovskv 

Wood Mnfg Co, lvs 128 Ontario 
Harkes John, res 359 Alfred 
Harkness Harry, prep Algoma House, 

312 Princess 
Harkness. Harry, butcher W Harkness, 

lvs G T R Outer Depot 
Harkness James, painter, bds Collen- 

der Hotel 
Harkness Samuel, prop Collender 
Hotel 324 King e 



G.W.BELL,V.S.,D.V.D.S, 

Telephones 514 and 201. 



Treats all diseases of do- 
mestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to day 
•or night. 



H03ARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Agents for Knickerbocker 
Shoulder Braces. Sizes for 
men, women, boys and girls. 



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Harkness Wm, butcher 221 Wellington, 
res G T R Outer Depot 

Harley, see also Hurley 

Harley Thomas, carp iVl Sullivan, lvs 
387 Alfred 

Harmer Alfred S, operator, res 131 
Clergy 

Harmer James C, engineer K & P Ry. 
res 740 Montreal 

Harmer Miss Mary, bds 75 Colborne 

Harmer Miss Thursa, housekeeper 77: 
Montreal 

Harmer Wm H, lvs 740 Montreal 

Harnden Perry W, lab, res, ^ s Con- 
session Rd, 3 e of Alfred 

Harnden Wilmot, lab, lvs s s Conces- 
sion Rd, 3 e of Alfred 

Harold, see also Herald 

Harold Alexander D (Hunter & Har- 
old), res 212 Division 

Id David, carp, res over 167 Prin- 

Harold Hugh, carp, lvs over 167 Prin- 

Harolil Miss Jessie, teacher Welling- 
ton st School, lvs 1x4 University ave 

Harold Miss Maggie (Misses Hannay 
,\ Harold), lvs 167 Prim 

Harold Win, patternmkr Locomotive 
Works, r< I I I Diversity 

Harpell EDdgaj a. marble cutter, lvs 

422 .John -ton 

I la rpell Francis .1. lab, res 78G Pri 
Harpell Jacob I '■. < Igai mkr « ; A m 

* lowan, ree 122 Johnston 

■ ii John J, gardener, res L66 Vi< 
torts 
Harpell Ml Mai r*i ■ ' C, dressmk •, 

i : lvs same 

Harpell T R, works Kin 

Hosiery Oo, lohnston 

Harpi • .—^iiiiii- | Bi os, rts 

I I i r !■• i Barab i : (wid Bamui I H] 

■:i I 



Harrigan John, blacksmith 55 Queen, 

res 176 Clergy 
Harrington Robert W, bill poster R W 

Allen, lvs 306 Montreal 
Harris Charles, tinsmith C D Chown, 

lvs 370 Bagot 
Harris David A, ropemkr, res w s Vic- 
toria, 6 n of Johnston 
Harris Ernest, bds 303 Alfred 
Harris Ernest D, cadet R M College 
Harris Ferguson F, cadet R M College- 
Harris Hebron, trader, res 370 Bagot 
Harris Henry, carter, res 25 York 
Harris James A, driver, lvs 1S7 Ord- 
nance 
Harris John, lab, res 16S Ontario 
Harris John, yardman S Anglin & Co, 

lvs 370 Bagol 
Harris Miss Minnie, bds s7 Colborne 
Harris R Carr, professor R M College, 

res 23 Mack 
Harrison Edward, shoveller, r 

Corrtgan 
Harrison Thomas F, (T F Hani- 
son Company), res I s - University ave 
Harrison T F Company, Furni- 
ture Dealers, Upholsterers and Un- 
dertakers, 233-236 Princess, (see adv 
opposite) . 

Harrison Thomas J^Jontractor, res 1 7»; 

Rideau 
ii. hi Charles, driver E i' Branlgan, lvs 

UlNiloU Ml' 

ii. nt Frederick W, baker m k Hughes, 

lids U2 Montreal 
Hart Michael, lab, Ivi 886 Alfred 

i 'at rick, iat>, u s ;._' Lansdowne 

Hatt Sarah \Y (wid Patrick), lvs w s 

lo U ni\ 1 n of pins 
ii. ut wm. sailor -str Bannookburn, lvs 

■n iii- 
Hart Wm D, Manager Standard 

Bank I u Princi - i • i US Kins. 
i in 1 1- \ lohn, i ii.. rss Iff! Queen 
Harttej < »scar ii. sailor, h • ■ I Is 



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ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

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INSURANCE IN FORCE, 
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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIKhVTORY. 



157 



Hartley Wm H, fireman str Empire 

State, lvs 357 Bagot 
Hartman Miss Daperza, bds 270 Divis- 
ion 
Hartman David, driver Rathbun Co, 

res 375 Division 
Hartman Durward, student, lvs 270 

Division 
Hartman Frederick A, student, lvs 270 

Division 
Hartnett Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker 93 

Bay, res same 
Hartrick Martha (wid George), res 26 

Chatham 
Harty Ellen (wid James), res 66 Bar- 

rie 
Harty John J, student, lvs 520 Prin- 
cess 
Harty Hon Wm, MPP, Minister 
Public Works Province of Ontario, 
lvs 520 Princess 
Harvey Anne (wid John), res 325 Uni- 
versity ave 
Harvey George, elk Bank of Montreal, 

lvs 325 University ave. 
Harvey Piers G W H, ledger keeper 
Bank of Montreal, lvs 325 University 
ave 
Harvey Robert R F, teller Bank of 

B N A, res 325 University ave 
Haskell Wm A, jr, res n s Union, 1 w 

of College 
Hastings Douglas W, clerk H Wade, 

lvs 192 Barrie 
Hastings Frank R, olerk A P Chown, 

lvs 192 Barrie 
Hastings Louisa (wid Eastwood), res 

192 Barrie 
Hastings Wm, shoveller, res 124 Ordn- 
ance 



Hastings Wm A, sailor, lvs 124 Ordn- 
ance 
Hatch Charles H, travelling agent R & 

O N Co, res 360 Bagot 
Hattan Archibald, shoveller, res 180 

Barrie 
Hattan James B, tinsmith, lvs 180 Bar- 
rie 
Hawken Ann J (wid Edward), res 622 

Princess 
Hawken Edmund, appr W Bailey & 

Co, lvs 622 Princess 
Hawken Wm H, shoemaker 295 John- 
ston, res same 
Hawley Mrs Elizabeth, res 76 Ontario 
Hawley Harry M, mngr Stroud Bros 

109 Princess, res same 
Hawley John A, res 247 Brock 
Hawley Mrs John A, boarding house 

247 Brock 
Hawley Thomas B, grocer 163 Alfred, 

res same 
Hawley Thomas E, clerk T B Hawley, 

lvs 163 Alfred 
Hawley Tillitson W, motorman Street 

Ry Co, res 209 Alfred 
Hawley Wm H, conductor Street Ry 

Co, lvs 163 Alfred 
Hay David, laborer, res n s Cataraqui, 

5 w of Orchard 
Hay John, res 389 Johnston 
Haycock Joseph L, MPP, res 165 King 

west 
Hayden Annie (wid Patrick), res 216 

Division 
Hayes Adelbert, driver The Gardiner 

Co, bds n s Ellice, 1 w of Vine 
Hayes Philip, driver M Foley, lvs 97 

Earl 
Hayward Christina (wid Wm), res 90 
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Hay ward Edward H, lab, res 447 Bar- 

rie 
Hayward Frederick, layer K E Carpet 

Cleaning Works, bds Terrapin Hotel 
Hayward John J, laborer, res 27 Up- 
per William 
Hayward Thomas, lvs 90 Earl 
Hazlett J Walter, mach Kingston 

Foundry, lvs 77 Clergy w 
Hazlett John, engineer, res 167 Fron- 

tenac 
Hazlett Thomas H, boilermaker, res 395 

Johnston 
Hazlett Wm, boilermaker, res 147 

Frontenac 
Hazlett Wm, engineer Water Works, 

res 77 Clergy w 
Healey, see also Healy and Haley 
Healey Clara (wid Wm J), res w s 

Colli ngwood, 3 s of Johnston 
Healey Eliza (wid Joseph), lvs 18 Elm 
Healey John P, bookkeeper Jas Mc- 

Parland, lvs 134 Ordnance 

U. laborer, res 134 Or- 

dnance 
Healey Thomas, clerk G Offord, res 57 

Arch 
Healey Thomas H, cartage agent K & 

P i;> . ret in? Low 

Phomas J. barber 205 Princess, 

lvs w a CoHlngwood, 8 a of Johnston 
•. \\'m. pressman British Whig, 

lvs w a Collingvt I. :; s of Johnston 

llSO A 1 I • :i ] ii 

B, propr Central Hotel 

i ins 
Johnston 
irei i wid Joseph), I 
Upper William 

in ft Co, [ 
i r< mbry Hem n k \- P i:y, 

bds IE si Catherlns 

1 1' in i. j Mar} i i i i Wm) 
i . ii i 

■ i. plumb* r w i ■ 
Mm. klsr, !•■ i ii i 'Kin 



Henderson Edward J, sailor schr Fleet- 
wing, res 43 Arch 
Henderson Frank D, principal St 

Mary's School, bds 38 Clergy 
Henderson Frederick, engineer str 

Thompson, lvs 70 Lower Bagot 
Henderson George, carpenter, lvs 8 

Ontario 
Henderson George, engineer str Active, 

res' 70 Lower Bagot 
Henderson George, sergeant A Battery, 

lvs Pete du Pont Barracks 
Henderson Henry, Photographer 

90 Princess, res 148 Division 
Henderson Henry B, photographer H 

Henderson, lvs 148 Division 
Henderson Henrietta (wid Peter R), 

res 118 William 
Henderson Hiram, lvs 457 Princess 
Henderson Hiram M. traveller, res 457 

Princess 
Henderson James, shoemaker 214 Bar- 
lie, res same 
Henderson James R, Manager J 8 

Henderson 59-61 Brock, res 241 Brock 
ii. aderson James it. lvs 7t;:> Montreal 
llcinlcrs.iii Jane I \\ id John I, ( John 

Henderson & Co), lvs 3s l Alfred 
Henderson John, clerk J Henderson A 

Co, lvs 884 Alfred 
Henderson John & Co, (Mrs J 

Henderson), Booksellers, state" 

W ill Paper. Kaney Goods, I'.ieyeles, 

etc, B8 Princess 
Henderson John S, Groceries, Pu>- 

visiims and Wholesale wines and 

i.i-i i I Brock, lvs LIS William 

Henderson John W, carpenter, • 

i totai !•■ 
Henderson Lawrence a. clerk n Wade, 

Us lis William 

Henderson Lawrence L, Vgenl 
Montreal Ti u fool of 

Queen i ss 100 B i 

Henderson Margaret (wid George), res 

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Henderson Mary (wid James A), res 86 

Johnston 
Henderson Nicholas, artist, lvs S On- 
tario 
Henderson Norman R. MD, lvs IIS 

William 
Henderson Robert, photographer H 

Henderson, lvs 148 Division 
Henderson S Peter, spinner Kingston 

Hosiery Co, lvs 8 Ontario 
Hendry Archibald, teamster Shedden 

Co, res 53 William 
Hendry James A, Manufacturers' 

Agent 171 Ontario, cor Johnston, 

Residence King, cor West 
Hendry Magdalene (wid Thomas), (Fen- 
wick, Hendry & Co), res Riverside, Cal 
Hendry Robert, jr, traveller, res 122 

Johnston 
Hendry Robert, sr, lvs 122 Johnston 
Hendry Wm D, tea merchant, res 106 

Bagot 
Hennery, see also Henry 
Hennery Miss Jane, bds 302 Queen 
Hennessey Miss Catherine, lvs 15 West 
Hennessey Miss Elizabeth, grocer 15 

West, res same 
Hennessy Robert, motorman Ry Co, 

bds Portsmouth 
Hennessy Thomas J, staff clerk R M 

College, bds 37 Johnston 
Henry, see also Hennery 
Henry David, laborer Rathbun Co, res 

24 Stephen 
Henry David, jr, sailor, lvs 24 Stephen 
Henry Hugh, lab, lvs 24 Stephen 
Henry Miss Jane, lvs 302 Queen 
Hentig Miss, stamp vendor Post Office, 

lvs 558 Princess 
Hentig Miss Florence, teacher Central 

School, lvs 558 Princess 



Hentig George W, tinsmith 345 Prin- 
cess, lvs 558 same 

Hentig Sarah H (wid Charles), res 558 
Princess 

Henzy Henry, carpenter, res 428 Brock 

Hepburn Herbert C, waiter str Hamil- 
ton, lvs 108 Lower Bagot 

Hepburn Robert W, engineer str H P 
Bronson, res 108 Dower Bagot 

Hepburn Wm S, 2nd engineer str H F 
Bronson, lvs 108 Lower Bagot 

Herald, see also Harold 

Herald John, MD, Physician and 
Surgeon, Office Hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 
8 pm; Telephone 380; Office and Resi- 
dence 199 King e 

Herbert, see also Hebert 

Herbert Mary (wid John), res 113 Wil- 
liam 

Herbison Wm J, student, res 92 Fron- 
tenac 

Herchmer Eliza H (wid Wm M), lvs 45 
Gore 

Hermiston Charles D, carp, res w s 
Collingwood, 5 n of King 

Herod Alfred E, shoemkr, 320 Barrie, 
res 22 Alma 

Herron John, gardener Mrs A M Kent, 
res 50 O'Kill 

Hersey Miss Ida, lvs 41 George 

Hersey Mary L (wid Samuel S), dress- 
mkr 269 Brock, res same 

Hess George, lab, res 17 Wade's Lane 

Hess George A, lab, res 21 Wade's Lane 

Hesson Miss Mary, tailoress, bds 376 
Barrie 

Hewitt Thomas, Superintendent 
City Water Works, City Buildings, 
Residence 93 Union e 

Hewitt Wm, lab, bds 17 Upper Charles 

Hewson, see Hughson 



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Hewton J Harvey, bookkeeper King- 
ston Hosiery Co, bds 311 University 

avenue 
Hewton John, mngr Kingston Hosier] 

Co, res 127 King w 
Hewton John, sr, mach K Hosiery Co, 

res 133 Alfred 
Hickey Dr D C, bds British Americar 

Hotel 
Hickey Isabella (wid James), res 233 

Earl * 
Hickey John (Rigney and Hickey), res 

176 Johnston 
Hickey Miss Mary (M Hickey & Co), 

res 164 Princess 
Hickey M & Co, (Miss Mary Hickey), 

millinery 164 Princess, res same 
Hickey Overton J, eng str North King. 

lvs 333 IOarl 
Hide Inspector's Office, .!< >lm 

M-i'iiramon Inspector 85 Clarence 
Hlgginbotham James, lab, res rear n s 

i e of Rideau 
Hlgglna John, tailor Z Prevost, lvs 247 

Montreal 

ins Joseph s, teamster Shedden 

< So, rea 56 Wvi 

nc Moore, rea L91 Brock 
Hill Eva (H Id I h 01 • Hi. lvs 306 Karl 
Hill Mary (wld Prancla M>. Iva li 1 . 

i larrle 
Tliliiei Truman i\ carp, res 24 fork 

Jliltoi, Miss GeoiLcina. teacher Central 

School, Iva 810 Brock 
Hilton Tl i nea* tnkr, 810 I Irock, 

i Me 

Hiiich win, clerk Kingston Pair, i"i> 
Windsor Bote! 

see also I i \ lei .1 ml I lilies 

1 1 in \ clerk, lvs L'lo ( !ol 

tn. i 
Hind rami R .soda water mnfr n> 

m.i rkel Bq, rei S 10 Pi Ini 
Hind i John, i il • tolborne 

ii ira] \ . i .;.i-. | 

Wellington 



Hinton Edward, lab, res 17 Upper Wil- 
liam 

Hipson Joseph R K, boilermkr M T Co, 
res 136 Division 

Hipson Wrn, clerk Kingston Coal Co, 
lvs 136 Division 

Hiscock Ed.jar C, engineer, res 104 
Sarrie 

Hiscock Edgar C, jr, clerk W R Mc- 
Rae & Co, lvs 104 Barrie 

Hiscock Joseph, grocer 121 Princess, 
res 117 William 

Hiscock Robert C, student, lvs 104 
Earrie 

Kitchen Harry M, customs officer, re3 
20 O'Kill 

Hinckley Coleman, captain str Ameri- 
ca, res 4 Victoria Terrace, Montreal 
street 

Hoag Frank J, druggist, 200 Princess, 
res 700 Montreal 

Hoag John, signalman Q T R, res 700 
M. mtreal 

Hoath James S, District Manager 
The Excelsior Life Insurance 
Office over Hobart'a Medical Hall, 
Princess, cor Bagot, res :V21 Karl 

Hobart's Medical Hall, s Walters 
Hobart, Manager, Wholesale and 
Retail Druggists, Uptown Office of 
(, \ W Tel Co, 155 Princess, cor 
I lag 'i . (see adh left tup lines] 

Hobart George F, City Agent Ej 
celslor Life [nsuran< e Co. < MBce 
Hobart'a Medical Hall, LBS Prti 
cor l lagot, res 820 Earl 

Hebert, see also Herbert 

Hobart S Walters, Manager II"- 
t ii i i Medical Hall, 166 Prlncea 

William 

iiockin m ■'. res 882 Barrta 

I illian M. teacher 

torts Bobool, fra 142 fork 

■ el (wld Wm P), i ■ 

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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



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Hogan James, sailmkr Oldrieve i 

riorn, bds Anglo-American Hotel 
Hogan John, carp, res 197 Colborne 
Hogan Michael, lab, res 310 Johnston 
Bogle Elgin D, lab, res 37 Wellington 
Hogle Harold, clerk, rms 159 Queen 
Holder, see also Houlder 
Holder Edward C, cabinetmkr, lvs 47 

Montreal 
Holder Mrs George D R, lvs 91 "Wel- 
lington 
Holder Herbert B, sailor, lvs 47 Mont- 
real 
Holder John B, carp K & P Ry shops 

res 245 Colborne 
Holder Sarah (wid Benjamin), res 47 

Montreal 
Holder "Wm, carp R Davis & Son, res 

398 Montreal 
Holland George A, engineer K & P 

Ry. res 40 Lower Rideau 
Holland George V, comp British Whig. 

bds 154 University ave 
Holland Henry X, woodworker P La- 

turney, lvs 60 Cherry 
Holland James, driver J S Henderson, 

res 4 Garrett 
Holland James, jr, appr J Laturney. 

lvs 4 Garrett 
Holland Miss Mary, lvs 40 Lower Ri- J 

deau 
Holland Wm, yardman A Chown & Co, 

res 60 Cherry 
Holiand W Chester, driver T F Harri- 
son Co, res 4 Concession rd 
Hollowell Henry C, lab, res 216 Earl 
Holman Albert E. lab K Vehicle Co, 

res 295 Princess 
Holman Frank, res e s St Lawrence 
ave, 1 n of King 



Holmes Miss Annie, lvs 152 Sydenham 
Holmes Rev John, res w s Collingwood, 

7 n of King 
Holmes Joseph, bds 230 Bagot 
Hong Lee, laundry 330 Princess 
Honsy Antonius, pedlar, res rear 87 

Johnston 

Hooper Joseph, Contractor,225 Earl, 

res same, (see card below) 



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JOBBING A SPECIALTY 

225 EARL STREET. 



Hooper Julia, (wid Cavalier), res 118 
Earl 

I Hooper Richard J (Macpherson <& 
Hooper), lvs 118 Earl 

| Hooper Mrs V G, lvs 506 Princess 

j Hop Lee, laundry, 395 Princess 
Hopkins Sister, Mother Superior, 
Hotel Dieu, Sydenham, cor Brock 

Hopkinson Edward, agent, res 258 
Johnston 

Hopkinson James, clerk, lvs 258 John- 
ston 

Hopkinson Wm E, bartender B A 
Hotel, lvs 258 Johnston 

Hopkirk John E, clerk Postoffice In- 
spector's Dept, res 159 Sydenham 

Hoppins Abiram, res 7 Barrack 

Hoppins Densmore, salesman S Anglin 
& Co, res 169 Clergy 

Hoppins Miss Elizabeth, teacher Cata- 
ragui School, lvs 169 Clergy 

Hoppins Harvey, weightman K & M 
Forwarding Co, res s s Union, 4 w of 
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Hopton Doug-las A, lab, res 50 Elm 
Hopwood Walter,, saddler " A" Battery, 

res 18 Stuart 
Horan Miss Ellen, tailoress, bds 214 Sy- 
denham 
Horn Alexander, i Oldrieve & 

Horn), res 93 Clergy w 
Horning Sarah J (wid Jacob), res 121 

Albert 
Horsey Edwin, Chief of Police ami 

High Bailiff, City Buildings, Resi- 
dence 265 Johnston 
Horsey Edwin E, purser str Hero, lvs 

Johnston 
Horsey Mary A (wid Richard M), res 

L64 Queen 

y Melville, mach Locomotive 

Works, lvs 265 Johnston 
Horsey R M & Co, (Samuel J Horsey), 

stoves and tinware, 189 Princess 
Horsey Samuel J (R M Horsey & Co), 

res I'M Clergy 

m Clara (wid Charles), res 242 

1 1 i rrte 
Hotel Dieu, Sister Bopkins Mother 

Superior, Sydenham, cor Brock 
Hotel Frontenac, T Orate Pro- 

pi letor 178-184 < tatark) 
Hough George P, switchman G T R, 
:^7 i >i\ lalon 
iiion Oharlea i>. painter, i 

Queen 
Houghton Harry, gardener Re? .i \ 

alien, lvs w i Pembroke, l d of King 
Houghton i ia tea miter B P, rei w ■ 

■i oke, i n ot King 
Houlder, Holder 

Houldi r Oeoi ge, carp, rei L6f York 
House of Industry. George M - 

Cullagh Superintendent, 362 Mon 

trsal 
House John, carp Ira 

House of Providence, Conduct. 

•d i.v the Blstera of I %ai ftj . Mother 

M I > v I Mwn 'I Sui r il, M..n 

ii est, !■• i i ii dnanca and I 



Houston Martha (wid Andrew), res s s 

Adelaide, 3 w of Lansdowrie 
Houston Richard C, clerk F J Hoag, 

lvs Johnston cor Sydenham 
Houston Rev Samuel, pastor Cooke's 

Presbyterian Church, res Johnston 

cor Sydenham 
Howard Andrew J, res n s Hickson 

ave, 9 w of Montreal 
Howard Herbert, accountant Ontario 

Bank, lvs " Glenlogie," Pittsburg rd 
! Howard John, hostler Ottawa House 
Howarth Charles, shoemaker 110 Bar- 

rie, res same 
Howland Bernard J i I lowland 

Bros), lvs 273 Alfred 
Howland Bros (Patrick ,1. Michael 

J V and Bernard J), Merchant Tail- 
ors and Gents' Furnishings, etc, 35S 
King e, cor Princess 

How land Janus, clerk Howland Bros, 
lvs l'T:; Alfred 

Howland Michael J V, i Howland 
Bros), tva 278 Alfred 

Howland Patrick J, | Howland 
Bros), lvs !•::; Alfred 

Howland Thomas, cab owner, res 273 
Alfred 

Hoy Alexandvr, butcher Jas Gowdy, 
rins :_'."._' i uitario 

B Alfred. Iva ^7 Core 

Huh Th,'. b HaJJJday prop. -"-' -i Mar- 
so, 
Hubbard Oharlea H, carp Cotton Mills. 

res ;,n i,,iu er Rldeau 
Hubb ii i:ir/a .1 iwid Henry 8), re 

Hubble Win ii. student, bda 112 Prln- 

Huddera Thomaa ii. rea oa Q 
w of Patrick 

Hudgtna Miss Annie, bda '": Alfred 
Hudon .i" i :>ii \ ' ; capl \ Batters 

BOA, rea T( te 'in Pon1 Ban 
Muffin. in Pre< in. in. stud, nt. rma 181 

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Huffman Isaiah, trav B Chown & Son, 

res Belleville, Ont 
Hughes Charles, bds Lake View House 
Hughes Henry (Hughes & Son), res 16 

Frontenac 
Hughes Henry, carp Locomotive 

Works, res 82 Quebec 
Hughes John, sectionman K & P Ry, 

res n s Rideau, 3 e of Montreal 
Hughes John J, guard K P, res 3S Liv- 
ingston ave 
Hughes John M, asst 'bookkeeper K 

Hosiery Co, res 340 Brock 
Hughes Leslie, clerk Hughes & Son, 

lvs 16 Frontenac 
Hughes Margaret (wid John), res 6 

Brewery lane 
Hughes Morton F, baker 142 Montreal, 

res same 
Hughes Robert H, driver Booth & Co, 

res 103 Stuart 
Hughes Thomas E (Hughes & Son), res 

205 Colborne 
Hughes Wm. teamster K & P Ry, res 

87 Cataraqui 
Hughes Wm H, clerk Kingston Fair, 

lvs 16 Frontenac 
Hughes Wm S, chief keeper and clerk 
of Industries K P, res Alwington ave, 
cor Union 
Hughes & Son (Henry andThomas E), 

farm implements 20 Market sq 
Hughson Ann (wid Amos), res 117 Al- 
fred 
Hughson John, laborer, bds Ottawa 

House 
Hugo Nicholas, res 44 Livingston ave 
Hull Bridget (wid David), lvs e s Lans- 

downe, 1 n of Pine 
Hull Edward, bottler James McPar- 
land, res e s Lansdowne, 1 n of Pine 
Hume Henry, sailor, lvs 3 Gallinger 

Terrace, Chatham st 
Hume John S, cutter I Boyd, res 3 

Gallinger Terrace, Chatham st 
Hume Peter L, civil engineer, res 48 
William 



Hunt Alice (wid John), lvs w s Col- 

lingwood, 4 s of Johnston 
Hunt Archibald E (Aubih & Hunt), res 

280 Princess 
Hunt Jeremiah, sailmkr Oldrieve & 

Horn, lvs 18 Earl 
Hunt John, laborer, res 18 Earl 
Hunt John J, printer British Whig, lvs 

lSEarl 
Hunt Patrick J, wine clerk City Hotel, 

lvs IS Earl 
Hunter Elizabeth (wid Peter), lvs 14- 

Colborne 

Hunter George, carp, res 14 Colborne 

Hunter George, carpenter, res 201 Col- 
borne 

Hunter Henry, laborer, res 120 Mon- 
treal 

Hunter Henry (Hunter & Harold) res 
177 Clergy 

Hunter James A, laborer, res n s Rus- 
sell, 2 w of Montreal 

Hunter John, coachman Dr Strange, 
res 85 Union e 

Hunter John, driver Milne & Milne, bds 
407 Princess 

Hunter John, grocer 2 Rideau, res 
same 

Hunter John, laborer, res w s Beverly 
1 n of King 

Hunter John, laborer, res 39 Main 

Hunter John J, tobacconist 201 Princess 

res 187 Clergy 
Hunter John W, engineer, lvs Montreal, 
7 s of GTR crossing 

Hunter John W, telegraph opr GTR, 
bds 152 Sydenham 

Hunter Peter, pressman Kingston 
News, res 175 Montreal 

Hunter Robert, pumpman GTR, res 
Montreal, 6 s of GTR crossing 

Hunter Wm H, blacksmith J F Mc- 

Lermott, res 82 Patrick 
Hunter & Harold (Henry Hunter, Alex- 
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Hurley Jeremiah, sailor schr Fleet- 
wing, res 405 King e 

Hurley John G, capt steam barge King 
Ben, res 409 King e 

Hurley Patrick, watchman Canada 
Dry Dock, res 24 Johnston 

Hurley Thomas, sailor, lvs 24 Johnston 

Hurst Elizabeth (wid Thomas G), lvs 
31 Union w 

Hurst Ellen (wid John), lvs 321 Victoria 

Hurst Isabella (wid John), res 24 
Cherry 

Hurst James, carpenter, res 159 Pine 

Hurst Mrs James, grocer n e cor Lans- 
dowue and Pine, res same 

Hurst W'm, keeper K P, res w s Al- 
dington ave, 2 n of King 

Hutcheson James E, auctioneer, res 260 
Alfred 

Hutchinson Walter H, upholsterer 
Carnovsky Wood Mnfg Co, bds 229 
Queen 

Hutchison David A, Flour and 

I' 1 115(a) Brock, Residence 024 

Prlncesa 

Hutton George J, Proprietor Al- 
bion Hotel n; Montreal, cor Queen 

Hutton John, laborer, bda Ottawa 

I louse 
Huxley Joseph, stableman T c Wilson, 
bda _'?»; Wellington 

I < Charlotte <w Id Wm>. res :'T Arch 
ii.vI.-umI Mi>s Annir, domestic L56 King 

i 1 •■ land John, carp, rea L6S Nelson 
; 17 Alfred 
Hynd 

ll\ I ■ 'I| K;, r | 

Hynd laborer, rei \\ ■ Albert, 

I n of Bl 

. u s w s Albert, i 
Ti of Brook 

|| Win II. to 'in i ii ■ t i 

ii op Jane i\\ i'i i 'h ii lei >. i ea i.i Btu 



ikehara Toshi C, student, bds 208 Uni- 
versity ave 

Ilett Ambrose E, BA, student, lvs 304 
Queen 

Ilett John, salesman Maenee & Minnes, 
res 304 Queen 

lllsey Charles, res 75 Union e 

Imperial Oil Company, Ltd, Isaac 
Waterman Manager, cor Rideau and 
Cataraqui 

Inglis Isabella (wid John), lvs 52 O'Kill 

Inkster Miss Jane, lvs 312 University 
ave 

Inland Revenue Office, Flem- 
ing Rowland Collector, 16 Market sq 

Innes Isabel H (wid John C), res 76 
Sydenham 

Ireland Alfred E, upholsterer, bds 177 
Queen 

Ireland Eliza (wid Wm), res s s Alice, 
1 w of University ave 

Ireland Francis C, City Treas- 
urer, City Buildings, lvs s s Alice, 1 
w of University ave 

Ireland George E, lvs s s Alice, 1 w of 

University ave 
Ireland Kenneth m. trav Paiton & 
Strange, lvs s s Alice, l w of Univer- 
sity a\ e 
Irish Albert \v. motorman Street Ry 

t '.>. res '.'2 c^ueen 
Irvine « leorge E, broommkr W 1 1 

A i--. us BarriefleM 
Irvine wm ii. md, bds ISO Union w 

Irwin, sir also Krw in 

Irwin Arthur W, Iva 240 King a 
Irwin Edward, aectionman GTR, rea 

< >ut' r Depot 
Irwin Prancls, farmer, res 10 Hickaon 

Irwin John. < :i pt achr Mlnnedosa, res 

lj denham 
Irwin Marion (wid Chamberlain A) 
■pi Kin 



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Irwin Robert, grocer cor Beverly and 

King, lvs same 
Irwin Robert C, mate schr Minnedosa, 

res 185 Montreal 
Irwin Theodore, tailor 131 Brock, res 

121 Montreal 
Irwin Wm, mach K Hosiery Co, res 

42 O'Kill 
Irwin Wm, mach Locomotive Works, 

res cor Beverly and King 



Jack Alexander M, trav Fenwick, 

Hendry & Co, res 312 University ave 
Jack Miss Barbara, dressmaker, lvs 312 

University ave 
Jack Miss Isabella, lvs 312 University 

ave 
Jackson Miss Annie, bds 75 Colborne 
Jackson Arthur, clerk J Laidlaw & 

Son, lvs 306 Johnston 
Jackson Calvin, lab, res 22 Wade's lane 
Jackson Catherine (wid John L), res 306 

Johnston 
Jackson Charles F, mach McDonald & 

Allen, res 20 Dufferin 
Jackson Edward P, engineer yacht 

Where Now, res 565 Princess 
Jackson Miss Elizabeth (Misses M & E 

Jackson), lvs 3 Newman's Cottages, 

King w 
Jackson Francis, machinist, lvs 20 Duf- 
ferin 
Jackson Frederick, lvs 20 Dufferin 
Jackson Misses M & E (Margaret and 

Elizabeth), dressmakers 113 Brock 
Jackson Miss Margaret (Misses M & E 

Jackson), lvs 3 Newman's Cottages, 

King w 
Jackson Philip, res 30 Pine 
Jackson Susan (wid Joseph), lvs 3 New- 
man's Cottages, King w 
Jackson Miss Tena, saleslady, lvs 306 

Johnston 
Jackson Thomas, currier J J Carring- 

ton, res 17 Charles 



Jackson Wm, currier J J Carrington, 

lvs 30 Pine 
Jackson Wm, foreman Kingston News, 
res 3 Newman's Cottages, King w 

Jackson Wm F, driver Wm McCartney, 
lvs 237 Earl 

Jackson Wm H, comp British W'hig, 
lvs 306 Johnston 

Jackson Wm H, stone cutter, bds 30 
Pine 

Jacob Mary (wid Adam), res 263 Queen 

Jacobs Thomas F, music teacher 294 
Princess, res same 

Jacobs Wm J, tuner R J McDowall, 
res 148 Bay 

James Bridget (wid Wm C), res 192 
Clergy 

James John V, painter T W Milo, lvs 
203 University ave 

James Martin, carpenter, res 203 Uni- 
versity ave 

James Richard F, clerk, res 166 Bagot 

James Thomas, butcher 82 Colborne, 
res 490 Division 

James Thomas, cab owner, lvs 203 Uni- 
versity ave 

James Wm, tailor T Lambert, lvs 203 
University ave 

Jamieson Alexander, plumber Joseph 
Jamieson, res 264 University ave 

Jamieson David, plumber Jos Jamie- 
son, res e s Beverley, 2 s of Union 

Jamieson Emma (wid George), res 86 
York 

Jamieson Isaac, foreman S Anglin & 
Co, res 2S3 Wellington 

Jamieson John, plumber Jos Jamieson, 
res 97 Earl 

Jamieson Joseph, plumber 42 Johnston, 
res 40 same 

Jamieson Robert, currier J J Carring- 
ton, lvs 200 Montreal 

Jamieson Thomas H, steamntter Jos 
Jamieson, res 70 Wellington 

Jamieson Wm, plumber Jos Jamieson, 
res 136 Johnston 



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HUDAM 5 lYItUIUAL MALL, chimneys, Globes and Shades 
155 Princess street. of every description. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Janeway John, painter T McMahon & 

Co, bds 20 William 
Janson Margaret (wid Wm T), lvs 27 

Balaclava 
Jaquith Isaac, ship carpenter, res 25 

Rideau 
Jaquith James A, sailmkr Oldrieve & 

Horn, lvs 25 Rideau 
Jaquith Thomas J, ship carp, lvs 25 

Rideau 
Jarrell George, sailor, lvs 61 Upper 

Charles 
Jarrell Henry, lab. res 61 Upper 

Charles 
Jarrell Isaac lab, res 67 Upper Charles 
Jarrell Philip, fireman str Rival, lvs 

61 Upper Charles 
Jarrell Wm F, sailor, lvs 61 Upper 

Cha ' 
Jarrett, see also Garrett 
Jarrett W'm T. lab, res 149 Raglan III 
Jarvis .Miss Kliza, res 131 Qu 
Jarvis John H. driver T C Wilson, lvs 

B27 Princess 
Jarvis Wm, carp, res .",27 Prln 

- Wm, drh er P a Blbby, lvs i::i 

Qui 

■ les Charles t, mach, lvs ti I 

s..n 

J< Elizabeth >w i • t Prancli 1 

11 Hlckson ave 

Wm 1:. foreman S < tberndorf- 
1 Hicksoi 
Jenkln \ m (* id gamui i> lvs 185 John- 

'•1 Charles W, lvs 10 Cli 
J< ni. in Elizabeth (wid Richard), lvs 

1 a . joibo 

J. nkln Fred P, • lei u w 11 Hambly, lvs 

Jenkin ] 1a 1 carp J Jenkln 

Colb 
Jenkin John, contractor 879 Princess, 



Jenkin John E, blacksmith, res 63 York 
Jenkin Mary (wid Charles), res 381 

Princess 
Jenkin Margaret (wid Samuel), res n s 

Plum, 1 e of Cherry 
Jenkin Miss Susan, lvs 44 Colborne 
Jenkin "Walter C T, livery 133 Princess, 

res 15 Quebec 
Jenkins Edmund P, gents' furnishings 
174 Wellington, res 196 University 
a venue 
Jenman Arn J (wid George), re- 
Wellington 
Jenman George, prop Exchange Hotel 

.'1 I '.rock 
Jenman James R. cab owner, res ir, 

Place J'Armes 
Jenman Martin, moulder, lvs 2V> Wel- 
lington 
Jenman Thomas, barber T J Heal y. 

lvs 289 Wellington 
Jennings Harry, Boots and shoes. 

200 Ontario, res same 
Job Mrs Nancy, rms 7i> William 
Johns Charles I'. student, lvs !*7 Clergy 

W est 

Johns Thomas H, Grocer, Flour 
and Peed 270 Princess, res '.17 t ,! 
w. (see card below) 



THOS. H. JOHNS, 

Wholesale and Retail Grocer, 

270 PRINCES STREET. 

BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. 

If you want good value 

Telephone 61. 

Johnsi 11. see also Johnston 

Johnson Alexander .1. carp. Bro< k oov 

: 1 Lgot, res 866 Uni> ersitj a\ s 
Johnson Mi s 1: Hi . music teacher, bds 

!I7 Willi,' W 

Johnson Miss EBllaabeth, res -'•■>•; Cul- 
borns 



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DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



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Johnson Miss Francis E, music teacher, 
hds 1 17 King w 

Johnson George W D, market gard- 
ener, res n s Johnston, 2 w of Re- 
gent 

Johnson Henry S, barber, 70 Brock, res 
same 

Johnson James B, Hair Dresser, 
157 Wellington, res 49 Earl 

Johnson Joseph S, res 53 Earl 

Johnson Mary (wid Thomas R), lvs 14S 
Earl 

Johnson Napoleon B, res 366 Johnson 

Johnson Orlando G, Florist, 571 
Brock, res n s Johnson, 1 w of Re- 
gent, (see Card below) 



O. Gr. JOHNSON, 
FLORIST, KINGSTON, ONTARIO 

GROWER AND EXPORTER OF 

NEW AND RARE PLANTS 
SPECIALTIES: CHOICE ROSES, CARNATIONS, 

AND CRYSANTHEIYIUIYIS. 
WEDDING BOQUETS, FLORAL DESIGNS, AND 
FLORAL BASKETS IN UP-TO-DATE STYLE. CON- 
SERVATORY. HEAD OF JOHNSTON STREET. 'PHONE 
235. CITY BRANCH 'PHONE 239. 



Johnson Sarah M, housekeeper 49 
Earl 

Johnston, see also Johnson 

Johnston Albert C (A C Johnston & 
Bro), res 94 Barrie 

Jchnston A C & Bro (Albert C and 
James S), jewellery, 100 Princess 

Johnston Mrs Annie, nurse General 
Hospital 

Johnston Arthur, mech Dupont & Wil- 
son, bds 279(a) Montreal 

Johnston Edward W (J Johnston & 
Son), res 334 Brock 



Johnston George, sailor, lvs 16 George 
Johnston Henry, lab, res 16 George 
Johnston Harry M J, salesman Rich- 
mond & Co, bds 332 Johnston 
Johnston Hugh, carter, res 43 York 
Johnston James (James Johnston & 

Co), res 332 University ave 
Johnston James & Co (James Johnston) 

boots and shoes, 145 Princess 
Johnston James S, (A C Johnston & 

Bro), res 397 Brock 
Johnston James W, carp, res 32 Jarnco 
Johnston John (J Johnston & Son), res 

330 Brock 
Johnston J, & Son (John and Edward 

W), farm implements, 132 Clarence 
Johnston John E, shoemkr Wm Adams, 

res 72 Brock 
Johnston John W, clerk Jas Johnston 

& Co, res 11 Frontenac 
Johnston Joseph, steward str Hero, lvs 

Bath, Ont 
Johnston Miss Margary, dressmkr, 121 

Princess, res same 
Johnston Margaret (wid Wm), res w s 

Collingwood, 3 n of King 
Jchnston Mrs Mary, grocer, 43 York, 

lvs same 
Johnston Percy, attendant Rockwood 

Asylum, res w s Pembroke, cor 

Davidson 
Johnston Theresa M (wid James), res 

185 Earl 
Johnston Walter live stock dealer, lvs 

230 Brock 
Jolliffe Jacob, cooper, res 76 Pine 
Jones Miss Amelia, bookkeeper, lvs 331 

Queen 
Jones Annie (wid Thomas), grocer e s 

Livingston ave, 1 n of King 



VETERINARY DENTISTRY 



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BRANCH OF VETERINARY SURGERY. IF YOUR 
HORSES ARE NOT DOING WELL CONSULT HIM 
FREE OF CHARGE. 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



A. A. A. greatest pain killer 
known. Hobart's sweet flavor- 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it- 



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Jones Catherine (wid Kelsey), res 331 
Queen 

Jones Clarence P, barber A E Elmer, 
res 116 William 

Jones Miss Emma, lvs 123 Colborne 

JonesMiss Kth.-l W. teacher Central 
School, lvs 290 Queen 

Jones Francis W, lab Kingston Hos- 
iery Co, res 30 Union w 

Jones George A, barber J H Jones, lvs 
4:;T Princess 

Jones George A, driver, lvs 461 Barrie 

Jones Howard, confr W J Crothers, lvs 
270 Sydenham 

Jones James H, barber 50 Clarence, res 
4o7 Princess 

Jones John, watchman G T R Freight 
sheds, res 461 Barrie 

Jones Mrs John, lvs 5 O'Kill 

Jones John A, appr Locomotive Works, 
lvs 290 Queen 

a John E. trader, res 326 Univer- 
sity ave 

Jones Miss Kaura L, BA, teacher Col- 
legiate Institute, rms 240 King e 

Jenes Margaret (wid John), res 801 
Princess 

Mary <\vid David), lvs 270 Syden- 
ham 

jonea own. printer Bailie Bros, res 
■ Queen 

n. drenxnkr, 290 Queen, 

res 

wm. butch r J Saundei 

780 i 

wm. tailor, bda Queen'a Hotel 

\ 1. 1 II. in vi. i 
I >l\ : 

d i a i.i Robei ■ I Divi- 

.,, i. i„i- House "i' Proyiden< ■ 
mil. i. h i 184 Brook 
John, lab, rea N ( >nt i 

■ 

i'i.|.. r Ch i 



Joyce Wm J, butcher Rideau cor Ord- 
nance, res 498 Division 

Joyner Frederick S, carp, res 220 King 
east 

Joynt Catherine (wid Henry R), lvs 
121 Princess 

Judge Charles, student, rms 304 Barrie 

Judge John, conductor K & P Ry, res 
Renfrew. Ont 

Judson James, roller coverer Cotton 
Mills, res 323 Montreal 



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Kane, see also Cain 

Kane Charles J, blacksmith Queen cor 
Wellington, lvs 86 Pine 

Kane Francis, clerk postoffice, lvs 67 
r'olborne 

Kane James, laborer, res 67 Colborne 

Kane James P. carriagemkr 215 Wel- 
lington, lvs 213 same 

Wan.- John, sailor, lvs 67 Colborne 

Kane John E, engineer str Columbia, 
rea 212 i'ni\ ersity a\ e 

Kane Miss Mary, lvs 46 Johnston 

Kan,. Margaret (wid Dennis), res 213 
Wellington 

Kane Matthew, rea 127 Montreal 

Robert J, opr G N W Tel c<k Us 
61 Colborne 

Kane Thomaa M, opr G N W Tel Oo, 
res 246 Sydenham 

K am Bins;, laundry 79 Prlnceaa 

Kara D W A Co, W n Gibson mngr, 
pianos, "it Prlnceaa 

i '.i\ anagh 

Kavanagh James, atoreman J Frank- 
lin, rea 74 ai ch 

nagh John P, clgarmkr < : IHi 
Gowan, Iva 102 Raglan rd 

Kavanagh May (wid Fella), rei 
Barrie 

Kaj lei Wm B, teai her Queen'a i College, 

:is K.hI 



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District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



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Kearns James, Manager G N W 

Tel Co 34 Clarence, res 53 Clergy 
Kearns Patrick, laborer, res e s Mac- 

donnell, 1 s of Park 
Kearns Robert, letter carrier, res 33 

George 
Kearns Samuel, carpenter, res 144 Pine 
Kearns Wm, engineer R Gaw & Co, 

res 268 Queen 
Kearns Wm jr, tanner J McLeod, lvs 

268 Queen 
Keats Charles A. fireman str Jas 

Swift, lvs 8 Lower Rideau 
Keates Thomas, laborer, res 8 Lower 

Rideau 
Keates T Frederick, teamster K & P 

Ry, lvs 8 Lower Rideau 
Keating James R, clerk Dwyer Bros, 

lvs 148 Rideau 
Keating Miss Mary, boarding house 

160 King e 
Keating Patrick, shoveller, res 148 Ri- 
deau 
Keegan Barnard, laborer, res n s Rus- 
sell 2 e of Division 
Keegan Miss Catherine, dressmkr, lvs 

n s Russell 2 e of Division 
Keeley Wm J, mnfg jeweller 103 Brock, 

res 136 Union w 
Keeley Wm J jr, jeweller, W J Kelley 

lvs 136 Union w 
Keen, see also Keene 
Keen George, carp R M College, res 

127 Colborne 
Keenan Daniel, lab J McLeod, lvs e s 

Orchard, 1 n of River 
Keenan James, carter, res Orchard, 1 

n of River 
Keene, see also Keen 
Keene Wm H, grocer cor Sydenham 

and Ordnance, res 24 Elm 



Kehl Harry J, clerk Geo M Wilkinson 

& Son, res 329 Montreal 
Kehoe John, lab P McCormack, res n 

s Place d' Armes 
Kehoe John jr, laborer, lvs n s Place d' 

Armes 
Kehoe Rev John P, Assistant St 

Marys Cathedral, res The Palac 225 

Johnston 
Kehoe Joseph, teamster Shedden Co, 

res 34 Union e 

Kellar Charles W, carp, res 256 Divis- 
ion 

Kelley, see also Kelly 

Kelley Miss Elizabeth, dressmkr 115 
Bay, lvs same 

Kelley James, clerk T H Johns, res 366 
Allred 

Kelley John, clerk W H Medley, lvs 115 
Bay 

Kelley Miss Margaret J, teacher Wil- 
liamsville school, lvs 115 Bay 

Kelley Wm A, engineer str Princess 
Louise, res 115 Bay 

Kelliher Thomas J, mason, lvs 150 
Lower Bagot 

Kelliher Winnifred (wid Morris), res 
150 Lower Bagot 

Kelly, see also Kelley 

Kelly Henry, laborer, res 288 Sydenham 

Kelly Isaac, patternmkr locomotive 
works, res 87 Earl 

Kelly James V, student, lvs 240 John- 
ston 

Kelly James D, lineman Bell Telephone 
Co, res 123 Ordnance 

Kelly John, Clerk postoffice, res 240 
Johnston 

Kelly John, mach, lvs 87 Earl 

Kelly Mary (wid Michael), res n s Mil- 
ler's lane, 1 e of Montreal 



niCHACrC HE nnrC" Dr " Bel1 VS< has made a special study for the 
UIOLHOLO Ul UUuO past ten years of the diseases of these animals 



CONSULTATION FREE. 



and has fitted up a hospital for the treatment of 
their diseases and injuries. Phone 514 and 201 



HOBART S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



Kelly Pierce J, harnessmkr 76 Brock, 
res same 

Kelly Samuel, res :'•- Kllerbeek ave 

Kelly Samuel J, Painter and Pa- 
per Hanger 271 Princess, res same 

Kelly Susan (wid James), lvs n s King 
w, 1 \v of Pembroki- 

Kelly Very Rev Thomas, Vicar- 
General of Kingston, res The Palace 

Johnston 
Kelly Thomas, bookkeeper, res n s 

King w, l w "i Pembi 
Kelly Wm, photographer 159 Welling- 
ton, res same 
Kelly Win (1. student, lvs 87 Earl 
Ki Iso Bphrlam, la - 14 Vine 

Kelso Isabella (wld Ephraim), res 301 

Barrle 
Kelly James H. bds :>4 Queen 
Kemp Catherine (wld Wm), res 218 Di- 

Vlsii 

Kemp George, market garden, res 609 

Division 
Kemp James M. carp, l\s 609 Division 
is- mp .i"hn .J. conductor SI > eel Ely I !o, 

IVS 1 2 1 P 

Kemp Marsden A. piano tuner, lvs 380 

Alfred 
Kemp Mary .1 i« Id < teorge J), r 

i<. mp wm, student, l\ a 166 l >i\ Ision 
Kemp Wm. w Iworker .1 Laturney 

; ion 

Kenda II Hii am, tanner, rea 16 Mam 
Kendall Mary (wid b*i 

Sydenham 
Kennedy alexia, woodworker K Vehicle 

Co, reai 184 Ni 
Kennedj A ndrew EC, tnach, \\ 140 Dl 
ion 

\i i inn . la i a- u 180 1 la i 

iedj Catherine (wid Owen) prop 
Kenned] i [ou ■•■ 2 IS ( »n1 

driver, i\ " » LOS 



Kennedy Eliza (wid Robert W), res 
168 University ave 

Kennedy George W, i.ioliceman, res 

Division 
Kennedy House, Mrs Catherine Ken- 
nedy prop. 228 Ontario 
Kennedy Isabella (wid John), res 107 

Stuart 
Kennedy James, lab, res 4*J4 Montreal 
Kennedy Joseph, grocer 140 Division, 

same 
Kennedy Michael, driver John Ward, 

lvs 164 Montreal 
Kennedy Patrick, beainer J J Carring- 

ton, Ins 464 Montreal 

l> Robert, plumber McKilvey ft 

Birch, lvs lt'.s University ave 
Kennedy Thomas, confr, lvs "is Barrack 
Kennedy Timothy, carter, res rear LOS 

Dai rack 
Kennedy wm. bartender Anglo-Am 

Hotel, res 72 William 
Kennedy Wm. carp, res 130 Barrle 
Kennedy Wm, driver C A Weils, lvs 

his University ave 

.-is Wm. engineer, res it Wade's 

lane 
Kennedy Wm a. lvs 130 Barrle 
Kennedy Wm H, harnessmkr, re« 

Princess 
Kennej . see also Kenny 
Kenney Joseph, cheese mnfr, res 163 

fork 
Kennej Thomas, driver Dom ESxp Co, 

res e s Colllngwood, E a of Union 
Kenning Sarah (wld James), house- 
keeper 28 FlOllte. 

Kennj 

Keiin\ Charles W . harher A .1 

bda LOT B 

Kennj Mlas Sarah, ajrocer w a Peon- 
broke, 8 n of King, rea same 

Kennj \\ iii. guard K P, i e « a Pem- 
i ii of King 

Kent Amelia M (wid Robert), res 85 

Kim 



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Kent Bros ( Robert E and \Yni<'). 

Private Bankers and Insurance 

Agents 91 Clarence 
Kent Elizabeth (wid Robert, res rear 

88 Wellington 
Kent Noel, res 55 George 
Kent Robert E ( Kent Bros), Resi 

dence 109 Bagot 
Kent Wm C (Kent Bros), lvs 85 King, 

east 
Kerr John, supt Gas Works, res 155 

Earl 
Kerr John, quarry instructor K P, res 

w s Livingston ave, 2 n of King 
Kerr Joseph, salesman Macnee & Min- 

nes, lvs Portsmouth 
Kerr Walter, ins agent, lvs 155 Earl 
Kerr Worn J, bookkeeper R Crawford, 

res Portsmouth 
Keyes Adam, appr R H Toye, lvs 57 

Queen 
Keyes Miss Alice, dressmaker 105 

Brock, lvs same 
Keyes Andrew, shoemaker 355 Prin- 
cess, res same 
Keyes Ann (wid Wm), res 105 Brock 
Keyes Miss Annie, lvs 105 Brock 
Keyes Charles, fireman dredgei Queen, 

bds Ottawa House 
Keyes Miss Frances, dressmaker 57 

Queen, lvs same 
Keyes Robert, rms 393 King e 
Keyes Patrick, shoveller, res 41 King w 
Keyes Thomas, res 152 Colborne 
Keyes Wm, sailor, res 57 Queen 
Kidd Anne (wid Joseph), res 182 Queen 
Kidd John, carriage maker rear 184 

Queen, lvs 182 same 
Kidd Robert, laborer, res s s James, 1 

w of Rideau 



Kidd Wm G, Public School Inspector, 
Office 28 Montreal, Residence 146 Bar- 
rie 

Kilborn H F, medical student, bds 

Windsor Hotel 
Kilborn Roland K, MD, Physician 

and Surgeon; Office Hours 9 to 10 am, 
2 to 4 and 7 to 8 pm; Telephone 342; 
Office and Residence 244 King e, cor 
William 

Kilcawley Patrick, eng, res 200 Bagot 

Kilfoile Dennis, laborer, bds Ottawa 
House 

Kileen John, driver City Laundry, lvs 
111 Barrack 

Killeen Patrick, jr, carter, res 32 Rus- 
sell 

Killeen Patrick, sr, laborer, res 36 Rus- 
sell 

Killeen Thomas P, sailor, res 111 Bar- 
rack 

Kilpatrick Frederick A, stone cutter R 
Wallace, lvs 316 Brock 

Kilpatrick John H, stone cutter R Wal- 
lace, res 316 Brock 

Kilpatrick Mrs John H, dressmaker 316 
Brock, res same 

Kilpatrick Samuel J (S J Kilpatrick & 
Co), res 119 Colborne 

Kilpatrick S J & Co (Samuel J Kil- 
patrick), marble works 126 Clarence 

Kimpson Joseph, porter W J Crothers, 
res 140 Bay 

Kimpson Joseph, jr, switchman GTR, 
lvs 140 Bay 

Kincaid James V, currier J McLeod, 
lvs 91 Wellington 

Kincaid Mrs Mary, res 91 Wellington 

Kinch John,, carp R Gaw & Co, res 103 
Lower Bagot 



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Telephones 514 and 201. 



Treats all diseases of do 
mestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to day 
•or nisrht. 



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155 Princess Street. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTOY. 



Kinchler Thomas M, laborer, res 23 On- 
tario 
King Rev Charles "W, pastor Union St 

Baptist Church, bds 32 Union \v 
King Edwin F, lvs 96 Barrie 
King Miss Frances, lvs 96 Barrie 
King Francis, Barrister, Solicitor, 
etc, Ontario Chambers, cor Clarence 
and King, lvs 44 Clergy 
King J George, res 44 Clergy 
King John, contractor 26 Pine, res 

same 
King John, lab, res 36 Markland 
King Mary (wid John), res north end of 

Barrie 
King Norris W, res 130 Queen 
King Thomas, carpenter, res n s Stan- 
ley, cor Lansdowne 
King Thomas, yardman Exchange 

Hotel 
King Major Wm, res 239 Alfred 
King Wm, carpenter, res n s Stanley, 

2 w of Lansdowne 
King Wm W. student, lvs 239 Alfred 
Kinghorn John, secretary-treasurer 
Kingston Vehicle Co, res 84 Union e 
Kingston Auxiliary British and For- 
eign Bible Society, F W Coates 
t, 168 Princess 
Kingston Bottling Works, Wm 

Pipe Proprietor, 261 Princess 
Kingston I'.u illege Oo, oor 

Sydenham and Princess 

ton i fh( tnli i] Fire Engine Co, 
John Hewton pres, John Breden sec- 
> Wellington 

Kingston Coal Co, Be I Cr.-.u 

r, I ii of Queen 
Kingston Conservatory o Mu- 
sic, and School of Elocution, 
Dramatic Action, Etc, 1' 
Telgmann Musical Director, Mrs 

Telgmann, BE, Principal Bel I of 

EHocul ion, 266 380 Pi lm 

prop, King • . near Queen 



Kingston Dairy School, cor Bar- 
rie and Union 

Kingston Elastic Paint Co, L B Spenc- 
er prop, King w, opp O'Kill 

Kingston Electric Carpet Clean- 
ing and Renovating Works, 
JohnT Murray proprietor. Car- 
pets taken up and relaid. 
Carpets sent for and return- 
ed at appointed time without 
regard to weather. All orders 
promptly and carefully at- 
tended to. Office and works 
404 King Street East, next to 
electric car sheds. 

Kingston Fair, The, Prevost & Co 
Proprietors, Departmental Store 8(V 
Princess. (See adv front cover.) 

Kingston Foundry, Etaney, Reid 
& Selby Proprietors, Ontario, cor 
Union 

Kingston General Hospital, 
Dr James Third Medical Superinten- 
dent, cor Stuart and George 

Kingston Hosiery Co, Ltd, John Hew- 
ton manager, King w, opp University 
ava 

Kingston Ladies' College and 
Conservatory of Music, Mrs 
Mny Cornwall, MA. Principal, Emily 
■treel 

Kingston Laundry, R D Baker 
Proprietor 206 Princess 

Kingston Light, Heat and 
Power Co, R T Walkem, QC, LLD, 
i 'i esldenl i In \ Bi e< u. Vice-Presi- 
dent; Edward Moore, Beorearj Treas- 
urer; F \ Folger, m • I tirec- 
tor; Lfl Queen 

Kingston Milling i Jo i Uezander B 
Campbell, Thomas T Renton), Hour 
mill, (ool ol Brock 

Kingston News il>.iil> and Semi- 
Weekly), Oram A M <• Publishers 

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Kingston Penitentiary, .1 11 Met- 

cafe, Warden, Portsmouth 
Kingston, Portsmouth & Cata- 

raqui Electric Railway, Ira A 

Breck, President; B W Folger, Gen- 
eral Manager and Vice-President; 
George Osborne, Treasurer; F Sar- 
gent, Secretary; H C Nickle, Super- 
intendent;. 192 Ontario 

Kingston Rag and Metal Co, 389 Prin- 
cess 

Kingston Real Estate Co, Ltd, L Cle- 
ments pres; H J Wilkinson, sec- 
treas; 180 Wellington 

Kingston School of Art, C E 
Wrenshall Principal 21 Montreal 

Kingston School of Mining 

and Agriculture, Prof W L, 
Goodwin, BSc (London), DSc (Edin), 
FRSC, Director; Wm Mason, Bursar; 
Queen's College Grounds 

Kingston Skating Rink, C H Hatch 
mngr, Arch st 

Kingston Vehicle Co, Ltd, George Rich- 
ardson, pres; Charles Livingston, 
vice-pres; Wm Atkinson, mngr; car- 
riage mnfrs, cor Princess and On- 
tario 

Kingston Veterinary College, 
George W Bell, VS, DVDS, Superin- 
tendent, cor Clergy and Earl 

Kingston Vinegar Works, A 
Haaz & Co, Proprietors, Bagot, cor 
Ordnance 

Kingston and Montreal For- 
warding Co, Ltd, Frank Ross, 
President; A Gunn, Vice-President; 
Wm Stewart, Managing Director; 
James Stewart, Agent, Portsmouth 

Kingston & Pembroke Iron Mining 
Co, 28 Clarence 



Kingston and Pembroke Rail- 
way Co, C F Gildersleeve, Presi- 
dent; B W Folger, General Manager; 
F A Folger, Superintendent; T W 
Nash, Secretary-Treasurer and Chief 
Engineer; Frank Conway General 
Freight and Passenger Agent; N 
Parent, Paymaster; John White- 
bread, Auditor, Offices and Depot 
Ontario street, opp City Hall 

Kingswell Charles, gardener, res n s 
Stanley, cor of Alfred 

Kinnear Thomas J, Christian Scientist, 
res 219 Bagot 

Kirby Wm K, carter, res s s Stuart, 1 
w of St Lawrence 

Kirk Annabella (wid Andrew), lvs 393 
Division 

Kirk Matthew, engineer Kingston 
Foundry, bds Kennedy House 

Kirk Samuel T, driver J H Fisher, res 
393 Division 

Kirkpatrick Emily G (wid Francis W), 
res 61 West 

Kirkpatrick Francis A, clerk M Kirk- 
patrick, lvs 159 Princess 

Kirkpatrick Francis G, barrister SI 
Brock, res 61 West 

Kirkpatrick George H, clerk M Kirk- 
patrick, res 466 Brock 

Kirkpatrick Harriet B (wid Wm), res 
96 Barrie 

Kirkpatrick Herbert R, purser str Am- 
erica, lvs 61 West 

Kirkpatrick John, carp, res 199 Earl 

Kirkpatrick Miss Mary, dressmaker 118 
Montreal, lvs same 

Kirkpatrick Michael, pictures 159 Prin- 
cess, res same 

Kirkpatrick Robert, carter, res rear 247 
Earl 



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Kirkpatrick Samuel, laborer, res 113 
Montreal 

Kirkpatrick Stafford F, student, lvs 95 
Barrie 

Kirkpatrick & Rogers ( R Vash- 
on Rogers, QC, LLD, "Wm F Nickle 
and James H Macnee), Barristers, 
Solicitors, etc, 194 Ontario 

Kirkwood James, mate barge Selkirk, 
res 116 Ordnance 

Kirkwood Joseph, conductor K Street 
Ry Co, bds Portsmouth 

Klein Louis, sec hd goods, res 133 Col- 
borne . 

Knapp A C. Boat Builder. Boats 
of all kinds for sale and 
built to order. Oars, sails and 
all boat fittings supplied. All 
materials and workmanship 
of the best quality, and prices 
moderate. A first-class Boat 
Livery in connection. Boat 
Houses to rent. Office and 
Residence. Cataraqui Bridge, 
foot of Ontario St. 

Knapp Albert E, student, lvs 333 John- 
ston 

Knapp Andi ev. 1 1, carp, J Hoopei 
e s St. Laurence ave. 2 n of King 

Cder B Hosiery Co, 
\ ibert, i ii "I' Johnston 

v\ , clerk .i ii Fisher, res 

19 I : 

k oapp Jai Johnston 

i, M.u >• a (u Id Win (•». res tool of 

< mi 

Knapp m Bt Lav - 

hi Archibald, studenl bdi U < '"i 

In e ; 

hi Archibald P, MA, MiD, pro! 
Queen's Colic I vol 

hi Robert, tnotora I Rs 

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Knight Robert, carp, res 368 Barrie 
Knill Elizabeth (wid "Wm), rms 266 

Earl 
Knott Frank, lab A Haaz & Co, res 

8 Railway Cottages, Ontario st 
Knott Walter, foreman Booth & Co, 

res 382 Johnston 
Koen Edward J, clerk Steacy & Steacy, 

lvs Alwington ave. cor King 
Keen Miss Gertrude, clerk, bds 102 

Raglan Rd 
Koen Michael, guard K P, res Alwing- 
ton ave, cor King 
Koen Miss Nellie, mantlemkr, bds 102 

Raglan Rd 
Korkey, see also Corkey 
Korkey John, engineer, res 25 Earl 



Laces Louis, sec hd goods, 22 Chatham, 

res same 
I acey Catherine (wid Henry M), res 393 

King e 
La chance OlUe (wid Joseph), lvs 3S0 

Barrie 
Lachapelle Felix, barber. 2.14 Ontario, 

res same 
La Croix Henry A. cablnetmk 

Prim 
La Croix Miss i:. lvs 198 Princess 
■ mce i latherlne (v< Id Charles), n ■ 

138 < 'olborne 

Prance Margaret, (wid Mitchell), 
i :i c Solborne 
Lafrenelre David, sailor, lvs rear s; 

Johnston 

neire James, tinsmith, lvs rear ^7 

John 

aelre Lucy i n i'l i to\ i.i> 

N Johnston 
Laidlaw David G .1 Laidlavi \ 

Bon), R( M Brook 

Laidlaw J & Son i.ImIui and David 

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Laidlaw James R, lvs 248 Division 
Laidlaw John ( .1 Laidlaw & Son), 

Residence 216 Johnston 
Laid'ey Mrs Frances, lvs 153 Mont- 
real 
Laidley Samuel G, harnessmkr, S(5 
Queen, res same 

Laing Rev Douglas, pastor Johnston 
Street Baptist Church, res 93 John- 
ston 

Laing Jane (wid Robert), lvs 93 John- 
ston 

Laird David H, student, lvs 113 York 

Laird James A, student, lvs 349 Prin- 
cess 

Laird James C, salesman Richmond & 
Co, res 113 York 

Laird John, painter, 349 Princess, res 
same 

Laishiey Joel, Manager Singer 
Manutaeturing Co, 213 Princess, Re- 
sidence same 

Lake, see also Loke 

Lake Anthony, lab, res 14 Clergy w 

Lake Mrs Eliza A, lvs 121 Princess 

Lake Ontario Fish Co, M B 
Wheelock Manager, 60 Brock 

Lake Ontario & Bay of Quinte 
Steamboat Company, Ltd, 
James Swift President, H H Gilder- 
sleeve Manager, 42 Clarence 

Lake View House, A Simpson Pro- 
prietor, cor Queen and Ontario 

Lake Richard H, painter Robinson 
Bros, res 400 Barrie 

Lake Wm, contractor, res 316 Queen 

Lalonde Antoine J, mach, res 9 St 
Catherine 

Lalonde Mrs Elizabeth, grocer, 296 
Barrie, lvs same 



Lalonde Francis H, helper K & P Ry 

shops, res 2 Orchard 
Lalonde Henry, carp Collins Bay Raft- 
ing Co, lvs 25 Ellice 
Lalonde Alfred J, lvs 296 Barrie 
Lalonde Joseph, calker M T Co, res 
Ontario St, opp Tete Du Pont Bar- 
racks 
Lalonde Joseph M, cook, res 296 Bar- 
rie 
Lalonde Louis, carp Collins Bay Raft- 
ing Co, res 25 Ellice 
Lalonde Maxam, sailor, lvs 25 Ellice 
Lalor, see Lawler and Lawlor 
Lamb George, watchmkr, A C John- 
ston & Bro, lvs 34 Durham 
Lamb Walter, agent, res 34 Durham's- 
Lambert Michael, carp G T R, res e s 

Montreal, 6 n of G T R crossing 
Lambert Samuei, bridge inspector G T 

R, res 42 Hickson ave 
Lambert Samuel J, painter G T R, res 

770 Montreal 
Lambert Thomas, tailor 157 Princess, 

res 118 Coiborne 
Lambert Wm, sectionman G T R, res 

n s Rideau, 1 e of Montreal 
Lamoureux Dorice, lvs 236 Ontario 
Lamoureux Pierre, sec hd goods, 23$ 

Ontario, re? samf 
Lanagan, see Lanigan 
Landeryou John C, contractor, res 91 

York 
Landeryou John C, jr, carp J C Land- 
eryou, res 87 Coiborne 
Landeryou Joseph T A, res 374 Barrie 
Lane Benjamin, driver Hy Skinner & 

Co, res 103 Pine 
Lane Mrs Catherine, confectionery 89 

Earl, res same 
Lane Timothy, res S9 Earl 



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Langbort Louis <L Langbort & Co), 

res 292 Princess 
langbort L & Co, (.Louis Langbort, 
Michael Cornblat), sec hd goods, 292 
Princess 
Langdon Alfred, mason, res 249 Vic- 
toria 
Langdon John, mason W Langdon, res 

W s Nelson, 4 n of Princess 
Langdon Joseph, cabinetmkr B H 

Carnovsky, res 78 Durham 
Langdon Miss Mary G, bookkeeper P 

Walsh, lvs 253 Victoria 
Langdon Nathaniel, contractor, res S5 

Colborne 
Langdon Wilhelmina (wid Nathaniel), 

res 253 Victoria 
Langdon William, Contractor, 207 

Nelson, Residence Same 
Langford Thomas, student, bds 220 

Division 
Langley Henry, res 106 Ontario 

nam Arthur G, photographer, bds 
270 Sydenham 
Lanham Honora (wid Charles), res i-0 

Lower fsagot 
i . i ilgan Andrew, retaker City 

Buildings, res same 
Lanigan Andrew, lab, General Hospi- 
tal 

[gan Jan.- (wid Richard), lvs City 
Buildings 
Laplante Frederick, tinsmith c D 

Chown, ret B87 Princess 
Lappage \\m. mason, res n ■ Hickson 
ave, cor 1 1 i « - iv 

i (wid Joseph), i 
Kin 
i.i Ross Napol on, engineer, res 34 

I ,.i Ru( Mi- Bill ' ' "ii 

La Rue U'm a. clerk, lvs 87 Joh 

- I i- i nsh 

i,:i i r ■ i h Rl( hai d J ■ - 1 1 - 1 ■< i"- m i i 

i -.- \ i 1 1 v. 6 ii of I-- 



Lasher Henrietta (wid John), res 868 

Princess 
Laturney Ellen (Wid James), res 380 

Princess 
Laturney George, carter, res 112 Bar- 

rar-!: 

Laturney James, lvs 112 Barrack 
Laturney James, carrjagemaker, 

390-392 Princess, res same 
Lauder John, res w s Victoria, 2 n of 

South Bartlett 
Laugheran Miss Elizabeth, lvs 45 Low- 
er Bagot 
Laugheran James, foreman K Elastic 

Paint Co, res 45 Lower Bagot 
Lavell M, MD, LLD, Warden, 
Kingston Penitentiary, res Ports- 
mouth 

y Patrick, lab, res 14 Corrigan 
y Patrick jr, bottler James Mc- 
Parland, lvs 14 Corrigan 
Laverty .Mary (wid James), lvs 318 

King e 
Lavoie James, sailor barge McCarthy, 

bds Lake View House 
Law Edward, cordage mnfr rear 85 

Victoria, res 85 same 
Lawler, see also Lawlor 
Lawler James, attendant Pockwood 

Asylum, its 318 Alfred 
Lawler J Herbert, Btoreman Dalton & 

Strange, res 58 Upper Charles 
Lawler Michael, tinsmith E Chown A 

Bon, i\s 218 Alfred 
i.au in- Patrick. . ai i«. ivs 685 Montreal 
Paw ler Philip .i. operator C P R Co's 

Tel, Ivs 218 Mfred 
Lawler Roherl J, clerk M( R 

118 Alfred 
Lawless Edward P, clerk, lvs 819 John- 

i „-, p i.-s-. .i i i er, res 813 Univer- 

Lawless James Jr.porter Bril Am Ho- 
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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL 1)1 RK< TORY. 



177 



Lawless James F, driver P Lawless, 

lvs 319 Johnston 
Lawless Michael, carter, res 222 Earl 

Lawless Michael jr, baggageman str 

North King, lvs 222 Earl 
Lawless Michael J, broommkr W Bai- 
ley & Co, lvs 319 Johnston 

Lawless Patrick J, day clerk Brit Am 
Hotel, res 221 Earl 

Lawless Peter, cabowner 319 Johnston, 
res same 

Lawless Peter F, grocer 8 Market sq, 

lvs 213 LTniversity ave 
Law lor, see also Lawler 

Lawlor Albert, driver R Gaw & Co, 
lvs 285 Wellington 

Lawlor Anastasia (wid James), lvs 104 
William 

Lawlor James, stone cutter H Mc- 
Bratney, res 104 William 

Lawlor John R, carter, res 48 Upper 
Charles 

Lawlor Joseph, agent London Life Ins 
Co, res 256 Earl 

Lawlor Joseph jr, clerk E W Mullin, 
lvs 256 Earl 

Lawlor Wm, lab R Davis & Son, res 
285 Wellington 

Lawrence Frank, sailor, res 64 Bay 

Lawrence Frank J, sailor, lvs 64 Bay 

Lawrence Joseph O, barber R H El- 
mer, lvs 64 Bay 

Lawrenceson Elmer, tinsmith McKel- 
vey & Birch, lvs 28 Wellington 

Lawson Mrs E R, lvs 349 Alfred 

Lawson Francis M (wid Wm), res 127 
Bagot 

Lawson Hugh, policeman, res 351 Al- 
fred 

Lawson John J, fireman tug Bothnia, 
res Victoria, cor Park 



Leach Edward, porter Canadian Ex- 
press Co, res 7 Garrett 
Leaden Frederick A, mach W J Moore, 
res 307 Montreal 

Leaden Sergt-Major Michael J, staff- 
clerk R M College, res 290 Welling- 
ton 

Leader Arthur J, sawyer S Anglin & 
Co, res Barriefield 

Leader Edward, sawyer S Anglin & 
Co, res Barriefield 

Leader Elizabeth (wid George), res 9 
Ellice 

Leader George, tailor T Irwin, lvs Bar- 
riefield 

Leader George N, painter K Vehicle 

Co, res 23 Earl 
Leader Miss Martha, dressmkr 290 
Ontario, lvs same 

Leahy Mary (wid Thomas) res 98 Di- 
vision 

Leahy Thomas J, Groceries, Provis- 
ions, Wines and Liquors, 320 King e, 
res 96 Division 

Leatherland Charles, salesman Haines 
& Lockett, lvs 44 Division 

Leason, see also Gleeson 

Leason Ralph, works Dr Geo W Bell 

Leclere Uhic, agent London Life Ins 
Co, lvs 285 Sydenham 

Lee, see also Leigh and Lees 

Lee Albert J, barber 51 Brock, res n s 
Cataraqui, 2 w of Orchard 

Lee Ann (wid James) lvs 386 Johnston 

Lee Mrs Ann, lvs 3 Sixth 

Lee Mrs Eliza, lvs 793 Princess 

Lee George (Wormwith & Co), res 116 
Earl 

Lee George W, driver T C Wilson, res 
77 Queen 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Lee James, carp A Williamson, res 386 

Johnston 
Lee Mary Ann (wid John), lvs 438 Al- 
fred 
Lee Miss Rebecca, res 149 Colborne 
Lee Wm, lab, res 793 Princess 
Lee Wm J. foreman Wm Bailey & Co, 

res w s Alfred. 1 s of fair grounds 
Lefave David, Capt str Parthia, res 62 

Bay 
Lefave Henry, sailor str Parthia, lvs 

Bay 
Ltfebvre, see Lefave 
Leeman James N, engineer str James 

Swift, res 7 Cherry 
Less Adam, spinner cotton mills, res 

102 Lower Bagot 
Lees Joseph, tailor A G Flett, bd 

Elm 

t r. George H, subscription clerk 

British Whig, bds 16 George 
Lehrle Lucy (wid John), lvs St 

Mi ••,', s Manse, cor • flergy and i ) 
L> hii»' Louis W, trav, res St Ami 

Manse, and Queen 

LeHeup John, lvs 16 University b 
Le Heup John a. carp, lvs LS Unlver- 

sitv 

Lei [eup John J, watchman B .v.- \i 

warding Co, res 16 University av 
i,' Heup .1" i'ii. coachman .1 r. Wal- 

LeHeup R 

Victoria and Pai i< 
Leigh Frederick J, Superintend- 
in i .• ■< "in i En- 
gln< 

nnon 
Lemmon Jam< 1 1 fitter K & K Rj 

I,. mmon John, drt> er Fii e Hall v 

L. mmon John, tin mlth McKel 

I III i li. i • -; SS I .i.u 

Lemmon Joseph (T A -i Lemmoi 



Lemmon Margaret (wid Wm), lvs 384 

Division 
Lemmon Mary (wid Charles), res 49 

Lower Bagot 
Lemmon Miss Minerva, dressmkr. lvs 

213 Montreal 
Lemmon Thomas (T & J Lemmon), bds 

88 Lower Bagot 
Lemmon T & J (Thomas and Joseph), 

grocers 213 Montreal 
Lemon, see also Lemmon and Lennon 
Lemon Charles, carp J Hooper, res 149 

Frontenac 
Lendrum Horace E, celarman Bajus 

Brewery, res 35 Wellington 
Lenea Sophia (wid Peter), res 124 

Queen 
Lennon Felix, fireman Water Works, 

res 13 Ontario 
Lennon Margaret (wid Patrick), res n 

s Raglan rd, 1 w of Main 
Lennon Mary (wid James), lvs 294 

Queen 
Lennon Patrick, laborer, lvs n s Rag- 
Ian r<l. 1 w of Main 
Lennon Thomas, blacksmith, res 193 

( tolboroe 
Lennox Cooper, prop Lennox House 

Wellington, cor Barrack 
Louis, bds 840 Bagot 
Leonard Miss Carrie, res 260 Bar] 
Leronge wm J H, laborer, n 

Union w 

also i.' 
Leslie i »a\ id, engineer 8 Anglin fl 

res s s River 

i • ,i\ hi ,i. engineer R l u 

Son, 

r, lvs ■ i ■ 
e of Cheirj 
Leslie James, Local Manager Can- 
m.i American Express Com- 
panies, King and Broi I Unl- 
\ .-i -ii ) 
I \\ in. engines r w ,i i brothers, res 



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L79 



Lessard George, engineer, res 286 Earl 
Lesslie Catherine (wid Wm), res 81 

Gore 
Lesslie James F, (.lames Kwit'i & 

Co), Residence 47 William 
Lesslie Wm, manager Collins Bay 

Rafting Co, res 57 George 
Lettella Adolphus, student, bds 60 

Clergy 
Levin Louis, pedlar, res 10 Vine 
Lewers James A, sailor, Ivs 214 Col- 

borne 
Lewers Nathaniel, clerk R D Baker, 

lvs 214 Colborne 
Lewers Robert, letter carrier, res 214 

Colborne 
Lewers Wm T, sailor, lvs 214 Colborne 
Lewin Rev Wm, res 120 Johnston 
Lewis Calvin, teamster, res w s Vic- 
toria, 9 n of Johnston 
Lewis George, teamster, res w s Vic- 
toria, 8 n of Johnston 
Lewis Helen (wid David), res 84 Bar- 

rie 
Lewis James A, teamster, lvs w s Vic- 
toria, 9 n of Johnston 
Lewis Rev John Travers, DD, 
LLD, Archbishop of Ontario and 
Metropolitan of Canada, Residence 
Bishopleigh, 13 King w 
Lewis Joseph, harness maker 356 Prin- 
cess, res 387 Barrie 
License Inspector's Office, W 

Glidden, Inspector, City Buildings 
Lindsay Hamilton C E, lvs w s Regent, 

1 s of Princess 
Light George A, mounter K Vehicle 

Co, bds 83 Earl 
Light Richard H, Artist, Studio 

and Residence 96 Earl 
Lindsay Miss Annie, lvs 154 Rideau 
Lindsay C Valentine, student, lvs w s 

Regent, 3 n of Johnston 
Lindsay Elise E (wid John), res w s 

Regent, 3 n of Johnston 
Lindsay Margaret (wid Patrick) res 
204 Colborne 



Lindsay Robert J, carpenter, res 36 
Ellerbeck ave 

Lindsay Thomas D A, laborer, lvs 204 
Colborne 

Lindsay Wm P, carp, lvs 204 Colborne 
Lingwood Frederick H, BA, teacher 
Collegiate Institute, res 94 Frontenac 
Linton Charles E, blacksmith Jas Lat- 
urney, res 15 Division 
Linton James, shoveller, res 270 Wel- 
lington 
Linton James, jr, sailor str Bannoc- 

burn, lvs 270 Wellington 
Linton Jessie A (wid John J), res 204 

Bagot 
Linton Wm, lab, res 403 King e 
Linton Wm N, clerk R Waldron, lvs 

204 Bagot 
Link Hamilton A, carp R Davis & 

Son, res 260 Johnston 
Lipman Barnet, pedlar, res 42 Divis- 
ion 
Liston John, salesman Rathbun Co, res 

n s Place d'Armes 
Little, see also Lytle 
Little George F, watchman str Hamil- 
ton, lvs w s Nelson, 3 n of Johnston 
Little Herbert, gardener 14 Maitland 
Little Thomas, butcher D J Millan, 

bds 80 Earl 
Little Thomas, moulder, res rear 11 
Clergy w 

Little Wm, patternmaker, res 415 Kin°- 
east ° 

Little Wm W, comp British Whig, res 
67 Union e 

Litton Charles S, clerk N E Runians 
lvs 310 Earl 

Litton John F, sr, asst engineer Loco- 
motive Works, res 310 Earl 

Litton John W, lvs 159 Alfred 

Litton Wm, driver N E Runians, lvs 
310 Earl 

Livingston Charles ( Livingston 

& Bro), res 502 Princess 
Livingston C & Bro (Charles A 

Wm J), Merchant Tailors and Gents* 
Furnishings, 75-77 Brock 



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Livingston Wellington L, foreman 

painter K Vehicle Co, res 52 Bay 
Livingston Wm J I (' Livingston & 

Bro ), res 455 Princess 
Livingstone Selina (wid Archibald), res 

361 Brock 
Locke Jesse, painter, bds 49 Princess 
Loke George H, laborer J J Carring- 

ton, lvs 53 Lower Bagot 
Loke Mrs Mary, res 53 Lower Bagot 
London Life Insurance Co, R P 
Pearce Assistant Superintendent, 
< >ntario Chambers, cor King and 
Clarence 
Loney Albert, carter, res 63 Cherry 
Loney Ellen (wid Timothy), lvs 49 Up- 
per Charles 
Loney Thomas, student, bds 97 Wel- 
lington 
Long Charles E, sergt A Battery, res 
7 It idea u 

g James, waiter Windsor Hotel 
Long Wah, laundry 83 Clarence 
Long Wm, head waiter City Hotel 
Lorrimer Wm, managing director Can- 
adian Locomotive ,sl- Engine Co, res 
land 
Loscombe A E M, General Insur- 
ance and Real Estate Agent. 
Fire, Life, Accident and Plate 
Glass Insurance. 

( u\ii'\\ n:> REPRESENTED: 
OUEEN CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 
HOME LIFE ASSOCIATION OF CANADA 
FIRE INSURAN.E EXCHANGE INSURANCE CO. 
HAND IN HAND INS CO -FIRE AND PLATE GLASS. 
NORWICH AND LONDON ACCIDENT INS ASS N 
Insurance Solicited and Satis 
faction guaranteed. 

A. E. M. LOSCOMBE. AGENT, 
233 BAGOT, COR BROCK--RESIOENCE 239 BROCK 
Loucks Edwin B, Hardware, Stoves 
■ 887 Kin • 
denoe 80 Wellington 

ks John, stud. nt. bd i 818 Bi 



Lougher Frederick H, driver H Lough- 

er, lvs 647 Princess 
Lougher Henry, baker 647 Princess, res 

same 
Love Joseph, cooper Bajus Brewery, 

bds Ottawa House 
Lovick Miss Charlotte E, teacher Vic- 
toria School, lvs 152 University ave 
Lovick Miss Emma, dressmaker 152 

University ave, lvs same 
Lovick John, blacksmith, res 152 Uni- 
versity ave 
Lovitt Jeff Thomas, mach Cotton Mills, 

res 12 Earl 
Low Charles A, bookkeeper Jas Swift 

& Co, lvs 86 Union e 
Low Edward W, trav Warren Bros & 

Boomer (Toronto), res 86 Union e 
Low George R, clerk Merchant's Bank, 

lvs S6 Union e 
Low Samuel, salesman Steacy & 

Steacy, res 332 Barrie 
Lowe Wm, sizer Cotton Mills, res 801 

Rideau 
Lowrey Margaret (wid James), lvs 137 

Bay 
Lowry Calvin, currier J J Carrington, 

res 358 Johnston 
Loynes Shore, trav, res 1S2 Barrie 
Lucas Thomas, baker M F Hughes, bds 

1 U Montreal 
Lucy Miss Emma, bds 322 Brock 
Lucy John, wood worker Kingston Ve- 
hicle Co, i>ds looo island House 
Lucy Wm B, baker R n Toye, bds 388 

i rtvlslon 
Ludlow Prank K. clerk Hardy A «'.>. 

l\s 8711 Earl 
Ludlow Richard, iai>. tvs ::i\ Earl 
Lumb i'i. .i. i i,'k. lab, Kingston Hoe- 

. Co, lvs 864 Johnston 
Lumb Miss Maud, saleslady, h 

Johnston 
Lumb Richard, spinner Kingston i 

it ry ( lo, res 864 Johns! "n 
Lundln Jon i i, i -u eler P w Spai 

berg, res 118 William 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL I>l K K< TORY. 



181 



Lynch Catherine (wid Daniel), res 431 

King e 
Lynch Miss Ellen, res 25 Johnston 
Lynch Miss Hannah, lvs 25 Johnston 
Lynch Miss Maggie, lvs 25 Johnston 
Lynch Michael J, salesman Macnee & 

Minnes, bds Terrapin Hotel 
Lyne John, lab, res 208 Colborne 
Lynn Edward, painter Robinson Bros, 

bds 160 Bagot 
Lynn Joseph E (Bryant, Carnegie & 

Lynn), res 223 Sydenham 
Lyon Herbert I | Smythe & Lyon, 

res e s Livinston ave, 1 s Union 
Lyon Horatio V, acct James Richard- 
son & Sons, res 276 University ave 
Lyons Bros, (Patrick and Charles), hide 

dealers, 12 Market Sq 
Lyons Bros ( Patrick & James), 

Dyers and Tailors, 318 Barrie 
Lyons Charles, (Lyons Bros), prop Bay 

of Quinte Hotel, 14 Market Sq 
Lyons Charles A. bartender American 

Hotel 
Lyons Edward, Inland Revenue Officer, 

bds 189 Brock 
Lyons James ( Lyons Bros), lvs 318 

Barrie 
Lyons John, engineer Carnovsky Wool 

Mnfg Co,, res 290 Division 
Lyons Miss Maggie, housekeeper 11 

Market Sq 
Lyons Patrick ( Lyons Bros ), res 

318 Barrie 
Lyons Patrick (Lyons Bros), and cab 

owner, res 146 Ordnance 

Lyle Wm D, bds 232 Johnston 

Lytle, see also Little 

Lytle Alice (wid John W), res 309 
Queen 

Lytle John W, painter Savage Bros, 
res 35(a) Main 



Mc 



McAdam Thomas, engineer, res 23 
West 



McAdoo Alexander J, farmer, res 158 

Rideau 
McAdoo Nelson, cattle buyer, lvs 100 

Raglan Rd 
McAdoo Sarah (wid Samuel), res 100 

Raglan Rd 
McAllister Alexander, driver S Green, 

lvs same 
McAllister Mary A (wid James), res 184 

J3arrie 
McArdle Patrick, engineer, res S Corri- 

gan 
McArthur Harvey, student, bds 193 

Earl 
McArthur James S, anager On- 
tario Building & Savings Society, Re- 
sidence 37 Division 
McArthur John, sailor, res 7 Division 
McAuley, see also McCauley and Mac- 

aulay 
McAuley Albert R, bookbinder T Mc- 
Auley, lvs River View, King w 
McAuley Henry, bookbinder T Mc- 
Auley, lvs River View, King w 
McAuley Robert J, tinsmith, res 25 On- 
tario 
McAuley Thomas, Bookseller Sta- 
tioner and Bookbinder, 128 Princess, 
Residence River View King w 
McAvey Andrew, shipper P Stearne, 

res 115 Ordnance 
McAvey Charles, engineer, res 143 Ord- 
nance 
McAvey Miss Elizabeth, lvs 115 Ord' 

ranee 
McAvey Miss Margaret, lvs 115 Ord- 
nance 
McBratney Hugh, stone dealer 399 

Princess, res 137 Bay 
McBride Archibald, engineer, res 190 

Ordnance 
McBride Archibald J, salesman Macnee 

& Minnes, lvs 192 Ordnance 
McBride Frank E, foremanmounter K 

Vehicle Co, res 356 Montreal 
McBride James, res 190 Clergy 



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McBride James, jr, clerk PostofTice, lvs 

190 Clergy 
McBride James, lab, bds 201 Albert 
McBride James S, acct Robertson Bros, 

res 329 Barrie 
McBride Joseph, carpenter, res 563 
Princess 

Ide Miss Mary, milliner, lvs 200 
William 
McBride Robert, engineer, lvs 190 Ord- 
nance , 
Mi Bride Samuel, carp, res 192 Ord- 
nance 
McCabe Alexander, res 136 York 
MeC&be John, tlr I Boyd, res 84 Pine 
McCabe Thomas, painter T McMahon 

& Co, lvs 1">6 York 
McCabe Win M. driller, lvs 84 Pine 

also McCuaig and M 
McCaig Neil, Br, lab, res r:2S Queen 

ilg Nell, mail clerk British Whig, 
res 210 Alfred 

ill, see also McGall and MacColl 
McCall John T, butcher, res 102 Mac- 
donnell 

ilium Campbell, driver \v G 
Straing •. lvs 240 < tolb 
MoCallura Helen (wld Campbell) 
l tolborne 

iiuni Hugh, butchi r 346 Brock, 
lvs 240 Colborne 
M< < lallum John, baker The I Sardiner 
< !o, h a 240 Colboi 

mbridge, e ■•■ also I ! 
M i • iml i | cal atu 

denl Fohn 

IfcC ■ . eller, rea 

: lohn 

McCambridgi F I \ • 

i • ) 1 1 ■ 

McCammon Bros (Ji >s and Wm , 

Liverj Btable, eoi Bagol and B 

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McCammon James (McCammon 

B ro ; 



McCammon James H, driver R H 
Toye, res w s Victoria, 5 n of John- 
ston 

McCammon John, hide inspector S5- 
Clarence, res 30 Main 

McCammon Mary A (wid Dr Jamest, 
res 15 Montreal 

McCammon Robert, res 52 William 

McCammon Thomas H, entry clerk 
Macnee & Minnes. lvs 30 Main 

McCammon William McCammon 
Bros |, lvs 234 Brock 

McCammon Wm, Market Clerk and 
Harbor Master, City Buildings, Re- 
sidence 329 Queen 

McCammon Wm J, clerk P J Walsh, 
lvs 30 Main 

McCann Annie, house maid Globe 
Hotel 

McCann Howard J, broommkr W 
Bailey & Co, lvs 290 Montreal 

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London Guarantee and Ace. Co., of Eng- 

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183 



McCann Mary (wid Patrick J), res 290 

Montreal 
MfoCarey Miss Kate, lvs 262 Earl 
McCarey Barnard, grocer 269 Ontario, 

res same , _„„ 

MeCarriston Mary (wid John), lvs 522 

Brock 
M. Carter Alexander, watchmkr, Gold- 
en Lion Block, res 305 University ave 
McCarthy John, sailor, bds Central 

Hotel 
McCarthy Maurice, lab, res 99 Raglan 

Road 
McCartney Alexander, contractor 248 

University ave, res same 
McCartney Alexander, mason, lvs 231 

University ave 
McCartney Mary (wid John), res 231 

University ave 
McCartney Wm, res 250 University ave 
McCartney Wm, contractor 198 Univer- 
sity ave, res same 
McCaugherty Ann J (wid John), lvs -116 

King e 
McCauley, see also McAuley, Macaulay 

and Cauley 
McCauley Annie (wid Hugh), res 34 

Dufferin 
McCay, see also McKay, Mackay and 

Ma'ckey 
McCay E Murney, clerk City Hotel, res 

332 Brock 
McCay W Fraser, clerk E C Mitchell, 

bds 332 Brock 
McCleelan Margaret (wid Dawson), lvs 

161 Bagot 
McClelland, see also McLennan 
McClelland Richard J, clerk Canadian 

Express Co, bds 23 Union w 
McClelland Wm C, porter J C Woods, 
bds 160 Bagot 



McCluskey Patrick, works Cotton Mills, 

lvs 170 Lower Bagot 
McCluskey Unity (wid James), res 170 

Lower Bagot 
Al< < 'lymont Gilbert M, teacher, lvs 33 

King w 
McClymont Mina (wid Alexander), res 

33 King w 
McClymont Richard A, clerk Jas Red- 
den & Co, lvs 33 King w 
McConnell, see also Connell and O'Con- 

nell 
McConnell Catherine (wid James), res 

769 Montreal 

McConnell Joseph, Proprietor 

Williamsville Hotel, Princess cor 

Victoria 
McConnell Richard, carp W J Crothers, 

lvs 196 Rideau 
McConnell Robert J, Proprietor 

Russell House, 348 Princess 
McConville Andrew, student, lvs 81 

King w 

McConville Arthur, guard K P, res 27 
University ave 

McConville Bernard, letter collector 
Post Office, res 29 George 

McConville Bernard W (T McConville 
& Son), lvs 81 King w 

McConville Miss Bridget, lvs rear 331 
Brock 

McConville Isabel, physician 13 Mon- 
treal, res same 

McConville Miss Jane, lvs 29 George 

McConville Miss Kate, res rear 331 
Brock 

McConville John, clerk James Craw- 
ford, lvs Portsmouth 

McConville Thomas (T McConville & 
Son), res 81 King w 

McConville T & Son (Thomas and Ber- 
nard W), butchers 224 Barrie 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



McCorkell Andrew, boatbuilder, res s s 
Barrack, 2 w of Ontario 

McCormack, see also McCormick 

McCormack Charles S, piano maker, 
lvs 327 Montreal 

McCormack Henry, laborer, res 52 Low- 
er Bagot 

McCormack Michael F, appr J W Old- 
fin, lvs 46 Ordnance 

McCormack Patrick, coal and wood 
Place d'Armes, cor King, res 46 Or- 
dnance 

McCormack Samuel, guard K P, res 437 
King w 

McCormack Thomas, driver James Mal- 
len, res 327 Montreal 

McCormack Wm F, cigarmkr G A Mc- 
Gowan, lvs 327 Montreal 

McCormick, see also McCormack 

McCormick Miss Alice, student, bds 41S 
Johnston 

McCormick Armstrong, liquors 91 Prin- 
cess, res 102 Centre 

McCormick Charles, bookkeeper Rich- 
mond & Co, res 47 1 Brock 

McCormick Robert, clerk A McCor- 
mick, res 5 Newman's Cottage3, 
King w 

McCormick Thomas N. clerk A McCor- 
mick, pee w a Centre, 2 n of King 

McCormick Mrs Wm. lvs 90 G 

McCormick Wm, jr, res 90 Gore 

McCoy .John T, carpenter, res n s 
Johnston, i w of Nelson 

McCoj i ■• ter J, bai tender a Ibton f i « » t » - 1 

M ' 'r ae, see also Mc( free and MoRae 
[•■ wm, storekeeper A rmoi 
166 ^ 

i Thorn irrlage builder 

I- I Pi mi 177 same 

Aft i hready Win. re* 179 EBe 1 1 

M' ' 'ii ii«, l< I 'a Ig .in. I Mi i 

tfcCuald \h Loul l, i ■ r2 Brook 

M< i 'ulla i i mi i' 1 1 Johns, ivh 

in i 



McCullagh George, supt House of In- 
dustry, 362 Montreal 

McCullagh Samuel, policeman, res n s 
Ordnance, 2 w of Barrie 

McCullough Charles, salesman Taylor 
& Co, lvs 60 Colborne 

McCullough George, cigarmkr G A Mc- 
Gowan, lvs 27 Union w 

McCullough Francis, grinder McDon- 
ald & Allen, lvs 27 Union w 

McCullough John, res 60 Colborne 

McCullough John K, clerk J S Hender- 
son, lvs 60 Colborne 

McCullough Robert T, driver J S Hen- 
derson, res 101 Raglan rd 

McCullough Wm, carp, res 33 Main 

McCummiskey Alice (wid Patrick), lvs 
79 Colborne 

Mi « 'ummiskey John, wheelman str 
Passport, bds Globe Hotel 

McCutcheon Alexander, tinsmith, res 
404 Brock 

McCutcheon John, lineman Electric 
Light Works, res 16 Alma 

Mi Cutcheon Thomas, tailor, res 334 
Mon1 

McCutcheon Wm, baker, res 406 Brock 

MoDermott Denis J, clerk Dalton & 
Strange, lvs 880 King e 

MoDermott Edward, lab, rme S9 Earl 

MoDermott .lames, pensioner, res 385 
PrdnoeBS 

McDermott John p, carriage maker 
King e, res 880 same 

MoDermott Thomas J, conductor GTR, 
res a s Hlcksoo ave, 8 w of Mon- 
i real 

McDonald, see also MoDonell, McDon- 
"»'ii. Macdonsid, Maodonell and Mao- 
donnell 

McDonald Alexander, baker 889 Prln- 

illie 

m< i '-n.il, i ah. in. us 87 Pembroke 

M( i •> ■!>., t,i Angus, baker Adex MoDotr 

aid, i\ -ss 

McDonald A M, scent, rma 881 Prta- 



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McDonald Bridget (wid Michael), res 

406 Montreal 
McDonald Daniel J. sailor, res 110 Earl 
McDonald George, trav Oberndorffe-r, 

bds Globe Hotel 
McDonald George, harnessmaker 53 

Princess, res same 
McDonald Hector, shoemaker 221 Sy- 
denham, res 125 Ordnance 
McDonald John, baker W J Crothers, 

lvs 289 Princess 
McDonald John A, capt tug Petrel, res 

159 Montreal 
McDonald John A, jr, bookkeeper Loco 

Works, res 335 Johnston 
McDonald Joseph P, weaver Cotton 

Mills, lvs 62 Upper Charles 
McDonald Martin, laborer, res 62 Up- 
per Charles 
McDonald Roderick, laborer Gas 

Works, res 101 Clarence 
McDonald Roderick R, asst electrician 

K P, res 27 Pembroke 
McDonald Ronald, mach Locomotive 

Works, lvs 101 Clarence 
McDonald Thomas, stableman McCam- 

mon Bros, lvs 101 Clarence 
McDonald Wm C, <bartender Bay of 

Quinte Hotel, lvs 406 Montreal 

McDonald & Allen (Wm J C Allen), 

door knob mnfrs, King w, opp O'Kill 

McDonell, see also McDonald, Macdon- 

ald, Macdonell, Macdonnell and Mc- 

donnell 

McDonell Aeneas, works L H Clarke & 

Co, lvs w s Collingwood, 4 n of King 

McDonell Aeneas D O, keeper K P, res 

e s Nelson, 1 s of Mack 
McDonell Donald A, sailor, lvs 44 Col- 
lingwood 
McDonell Mrs Eliza, res rear 22 Vine 



MoDonell Mary A (wid Archibald), res 

w s Collingwood, 4 n of King 
McDonnell Mary (wid Christopher), res 

86 Pine 
McDonnell Wm A, painter T W Milo, 

res 7 Pine 
MoDowall Henrietta (wid James A), 

res 501 Princess 
McDowall John, student, lvs 473 Prin- 
cess 
MoDowall Robert J, pianos 471 Prin- 
cess, res 473 same 
McElgrew John T, cutter M J Mac- 

dougall, bds 14 Montreal 
McElherian Wm, carter, lvs w s Pat- 
rick, 2 n of Raglan rd 
McElroy, see Mcllroy 
McEwen Alexander, printer Kingston 

News, res 247 Montreal 
McEwen John, teamster S Anglin &. 

Co, res 258 Alfred 
McEwen John E, res 39 Ordnance 
McEwen Oscar A, tinsmith E B 

Loucks, lvs 258 Alfred 
McEwen Robert E, lab J J Carring- 

ton, lvs 51 Chatham 
MoEwen Wm, laborer J J Carrington, 

res 51 Chatham 
McFadden, see also MacFadden and 

Fadden 
McFadden Edward, carter, res w s 

Patrick, 2 n of Raglan rd 
McFadden James, carter, lvs w s Pat- 
rick, 2 n of Raglan rd 
McFarland, see also McFarlane 
McFariand Charles D, Inland Revenue 

Officer, res 46 Clergy w 
McFarland George, teamster F C 

Marshall, res 208 University ave 
McFarlane Jean (wid Mark), lvs 52 
Bay 



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MeFarlane Robert, shoemaker, res 113 
Bay 

MeFarlane Robert N F, contractor 243 
Montreal, res same 

MeFarlane TV Spence, student, lvs 243 
Montreal 

McFaul Herbert, clerk R McFaul, lvs 
106 Barrie 

McFaul Michael, engineer tug Rescue, 
res 254 Barrie 

M 'Faul Robert, dry goods 130 Princess, 
res 106 Barrie 

Mi Faul Robert, sr, res 271 Queen 

McFedrddge Wm, lvs w s Bath rd 

McGall, see also McCall and MaoCall 

McGall James, salesman Haines & 
Lockett, res 275 Queen 

McGall John, storeman J T Parkhill & 
Co, lvs 14 Quebec 

McGall Mary (wid John), pee 14 Que- 
bec 

.M.i lee, see also Magee and McKee 

McGee Patrick, laborer, bds 175 Pine 

McGill Miss Alecia, bds Anglo-Ameri- 
can Botel 

McGill Archibald, Clerk County 
Court, Local Registrar High Court of 
Just trar Sun 

Court, <>t!h -e, Court House, I 
H Main 

MoGill George, blacksmith J Barrigan, 

lvs 21 Main 

MoGill Miss Nellie, lvs 102 ci 

McGill Richard, blacksmith Wm Cock- 

bura <v Bone, lvs B Main 
McGill Lieut-Col Sydenham C, 

Stall' Adjutant Royal Military Col- 

i: imls 

McGill Wm A, R Wallace, 

lvs 21 Main 

McGillivrs Ida llllvi 

Johl 

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McGinnis Owen, prop Western House 
164 Ontario 

McGinnis Thomas J, steward str St 
Lawrence, res 8 Rideau 

McGlnty Frank, barber P T Haffner, 
bds Russell House 

McGlade Peter, capt tug Regard, res 
156 Rideau 

McGlynn Annie (wid John), res 137 
Montreal 

McGowan, see also Gowan 

McGowan Annie (wid Edward), cook 
American Hotel 

McGowan George A, Cigar Manu- 
facturer, 211-217 Brock, res 212 Barrie 

McGowan James, lvs 70 Princess 

McGowan Thomas, boarding house, TO 
Princess 

McGowan Thomas, jr. lvs 70 Princess 

McCranaghan Robert, lab, res e s Bev- 
erly. 3 n of King 

McGranaghan Samuel, spinner King- 
ston Hosiery Co, res 40 Division 

McGratb Annie (wld Michael), res 66 
Arch 

ath Ellen (wid Patrick), res s S 
Markland, 4 e of Patrick 

McGrath John. carp, res 23 John 

McGratb John J, foreman K Hosiery 
l\s 66 \rch 

McGratb Sophia, (wld Thomas), dl 
mkr 271 Brock, res same 

McGuln Ann (wjd Daniel), res ;i Mack 

MC< lull llSO Mammv 

McGulre Anthony, drover, res mi Prln- 
McGuire Mary (wid James), lvs 811 

I'riie 

McGulre Philip H, marble work-; eor 
Queen and Bajrot, rtns 104 Queen 

McGulre Richard, Bremen str st Paul, 
bds Dominion Bouse 

m. i luire Thomas, tish dealer, 81 Qu 
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McGuirk Miss Mary, tailoress, lvs 31 
Division 

McG-uirk Michael, yardman Queen's 
Hotel 

McGuirk Patrick, laU, bds Queen's 
Hotel 

Mcllgorm Robert, blacksmith, lvs 218 
Alfred 

Mc Ilherian, see McElherian 

Mcllquham Andrew, livery 290 Prin- 
cess, res 628 same 

Mcllquham James, plasterer, res 142 
Nelson 

Mcllroy Elizabeth (wid Wm), res 45 
King w 

Mcllroy James H, driver Dalton & 
Strange, bds 10 Pine 

Mcllroy John, driver Kingston Coal 
Co, res 15 Pine 

Mcllroy John, shipper W J Crothers, 
lvs 216 Colborne 

Mcllroy Robert, lab, res 41 Charles 

Mcllroy Wm, driver Kingston Coa ICo, 
res 10 Pine 

Mcllroy Wm A, student, lvs 216 Col- 
borne 

Mcllroy Wm J, carte--, res 13 St Cath- 
erine 

Mcllroy Wright, traveller W J Croth- 
ers, res 216 Colborne 

Mcintosh Henry, sexton Chalmers 
Church, res w s Collingwood, 8 n o? 
King 

Mcintosh James W, MA, tutor Queen' s 
College, bds 476 Brock 

Mclntyre Ann (wid Alexander), res 57 
Division 

Mclntyre Miss Catherine, res 201 Earl 

Mclntyre Donald M, BA, (Mcln- 
tyre & Mclntyre), City Solicitor, res 
231 Division 



Mclntyre Eliza (wid Niel), lvs 231 Divi- 
sion 

Mclntyre Miss Helen, mus tchr 231 Di- 
vision, lvs same 

Mclntyre John, QC, (Mclntyre & 
Mclntyre), res 28 Sydenham 

Mclntyre John, lab, res 51 Division 

Mclntyre John S, engineer J J Carring- 
ton, res n s River st 

Mclntyre Wm, J, sergt "A" Battery,, 
res 150 Rideau 

Mclntyre & Mclntyre ( John Mc- 
lntyre, QC, Donald M Mclntyre, BA) V 
Barristers, Solicitors, etc., 304 Kin^c 
east 

Mclver Isabella (wid Wm). lvs 162 
■Rarrie 

Mclver John B, Insurance Agent 
and Secretary-Treasurer Queen's 
College, 38 Clarence, Residence 162 
Barrie 

Mclver Miss Mary, lvs 162 Barrie 

Mclver Thomas, stonemason, res 451 
Division 

McKane James, butcher T Nicholson,. 
res 232 Wellington 

McKane Jennie (wid James), res rear 
87 Johnston , 

McKane Wm G, .butcher, res 173 Nel- 
son 

McKay, see also McCay, Mackay, Mac- 
key and Mackle 

McKay Ann (wid James), res Montreal, 
5 s of G T R crossing 

McKay Rev Daniel C, res 32 Union w 

McKay George B, student, lvs 61 Sy- 
denham 

McKay John, leather and hides, 151 
Brock, res 61 Sydenham 

McKay John, jr, mngr John McKay, 
lvs 61 Sydenham 



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McKay John B, mngr K Business Col- 
lege, res 161 Sydenham 
McKee, see also McGee and Magee 
McKee Alexander, lvs 126 Lower Bagot 
McKee Andrew, stonemason, res i2 

Upper "William 
McKee David, sailor tug Thompson, lvs 

126 Lower Bagot 
McKee Harry, painter T McMahon & 

Co, lvs 12 Upper William 
McKee Isabella (wid Robert), res 11 

Y-.rk 
McKee James, fireman tug Walker, lvs 

126 Lower Bagol 
McKee John, contractor, res s s Plum 

:' e of Cherry 
McKee John, lab. res 126 Lower Bagot 
McKee John J. lab. lvs e s Orchard, 

I n of River 

McKee John P. mason, lvs Frontenae 

Smelting Works, Orchard st 
Mi Kee Miss Margaret, lvs 120 Lower 

Bagot 
Mi Kee Robert H, painter Robinson 

Bros, lvs 11 York 
Mi Ki e Miss Sarah, bds 177 Queen 
Mi k Samuel fit, broommkr. lvs 11 

York 

• •e Capt Wm, lvs 256 Dnlv< 
nue 
McKee Wm, packer Robertson 

lvs 126 I gOl 

e wm. tailor a O'Brien, lvs ll 
Fork 

McK " ■ ind Mci 

Mi Kegg John, i is Kim 

Nell, lab Locomotive Works. 

lvs ii Rim 
M< Kegney John, ca i ter I fden- 

I I ■ 1 1 1 1 

Hi k dressmn 

King e 

McKclvcy John, McKelve) A 

.,. •■ 111 l: 



McKelvey Robert J, clerk McKelvey 

& Birch, lvs 134 Bagot 
McKelvey & Birch, i John McKel- 
vey, Samuel Birch), Stoves and Tin- 
ware, House Furnishings, Plumbers 
and Tinsmiths Supplies, 69-71 Brock 
McKenna Miss Elizabeth, lvs 125 Low- 
er Bagot 
McKenna Miss Helen, res 125 Lower 

Bagot 
McKenna Henry, lab, res 170 York 
McKenna James, stableman Globe 

Hotel, res 22 Stephen 
McKenna Patrick, yardman Windsor 

Hotel, res 70 Colborne 
McKenna Miss Sari'.h, lvs 170 Rideau 
McKenna Susan (wid James), bds Ot- 
tawa House 
M Kenney Miss Margaret, milliner. 

bds 1S9 Brock 
McKenty Alfred, lab, res 110 Montreal 
McKenty Daniel F. student, lvs 

Johnston 
McKenty John, res 262 Johnston 
McKenty John, lab, lvs 410 Montreal 
McKenty Patrick, sailor, Iva 110 Mont- 
real 
McKenzle, see also Mackenzie 
McKensle Alexander A. sailor, r 
Division 

nsl< i lonald, lab, res w b Toronto. 

1 n of Johnston 
McKensle George, purser str Maud'. 

M Wellington 
McKensle Miss Harriet, rins 196 King 

nzie Miss Jessie, nurse General 

I I >- -int.il 
Ml K. nzie John I >. M I >. res n s Union, 

l w of. Macdonnell 
\i Kei na n Mai j a (« Id Stephen), 

I •li'istoii. rCS same 

Mi k"\\ n. see McKwen 

McKUlop Miss Elisabeth, Us SI John 

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McKillop Miss Rosa, lvs 21 Johnston 
McKim Miss Anna, lvs L3 T ' i ■ i " r 

Charles 
McKim Miss Christina, lvs 13 Upper 

Charles 
McKim John, lab, res L3 Upper Charles 
McKim .John, agent R J McDovvall, res 

Cataraqui, Ont 
McKim Peter, lvs :507 University ave 
Mi Kim Win J, broommkr W Bailey & 

Co, lvs 13 Upper Charles 
McKinley Miss Mary, housekeeper The 

Palace 225 Johnston 
McKness, see MacKness 
Me Knight John, lab, res 303 Earl 
McLachlan, see also McLaughlin 
McLachlan John, currier J JCarring- 

ton. res 44 Lower Rideau 
McLaren John P, fitter K Vehicle Co, 

bds 48 Lower Rideau 
McLaughlin, see also McLachlan 
McLaughlin David, confr J McLaugh- 
lin, lvs 153 Brock 
McLaughlin Edward, lvs Globe Hotel 
McLaughlin Edward, farmer, res n s 

Concession rd, 7 w of Division 
McLaughlin Frederick, baker J Mc- 
Laughlin, lvs 153 Brock 
McLaughlin James A, lab, res 25 James 
McLaughlin James E, works cotton 

mills, lvs 25 James 
McLaughlin James H, confr J Mc- 
Laughlin, lvs 153 Brock 
McLaughlin John, baker 222 Princess, 

res 152 Brock 
McLaughlin Patrick, prop Globe Hotel 

29S Ontario 
McLaughlin Thomas, confr J Mc- 
Laughlin, lvs 153 Brock 
McLaughlin Wm, baker J McLaughlin, 
lvs 153 Brock 



McLean see also Maclean 

McLean Alexander W, bookkeeper, res 

281 Bagot 
McLean Hannah, cook Stanley House 
McLean Herbert T, appr N McNeil, 

lvs 281 Division 
Mi Lean James, clerk A Maclean, lvs 

281 Division 
McLean Robert, lab, res 281 Division 
McLean Stafford W, lab K & P Ry 

shops, res 176 Lower Bagot 
McLennan, see also McClelland 
McLennan John, baker, res 152 Syden- 



McLennan Mrs John, boarding house 

152 Sydenham 

McLeod, see also Macleod 

McLeod Helen (wid Simon), res 30 Syd- 
enham. 

MeLeod James, foreman mach loco 
wks, res 293 Alfred 

McLeod James B, druggist 186 Prin- 
cess, lvs 293 Alfred 

McLeod John, Tanner, Cataraqui St 
Residence 243 Sydenham 

McLeod Miss Laura, teacher Welling- 
ton St School, lvs 293 Alfred 

McLeod Mary (wid John), res 4 Devon- 
shire Terrace, Sydenham st 

McLeod Neil, res 113 Alfred 

McLeod Norman, clerk J McLeod, lvs 
243 Sydenham 

McLeod Robert, engineer Canada, dry 
dock, lvs 161 Bagot 

McLeod Wm E, lvs 243 Sydenham 

McMahon Alexander, lab, res 34 Upper 
William 

McMahon Allan, clerk Geo Sears, lvs 
74 Wellington 

McMahon Andrew (T McMahon & Co), 
res 81 Earl 



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McMahon Andrew C, insurance agt. res 
230 Barrie 

McMahon Andrew W, salesman Haines 
& Lockett. res 364 Barrie 

McMahon Ann (wid Thomas), res e s 
Beverly, in row 1 n of King 

McMahon Eliza (wid John), lvs 34 Main 

McMahon Miss Elizabeth, bookkeeper 
J Gilbert, lvs 34 William 

McMahon Miss Ellen, lvs 213 William 

McMahon Harriet (wid George), lvs 
116 Earl 

McMahon James, painter K Vehicle 
Co, lvs 34 Upper William 

MrMahon John, acct. res 23 Sydenham 

McMahon Jnhn, contractor, res 74 Wel- 
lington 

McMahon Miss Mary, dressmaker 321 
Brock, lvs same 

McMahon Miss Mary .\. res _'H Wil- 
liam 

McMahon Miss liilla. milliner, lvs 192 
BsffOt 

McMahon Robert, painter t McMahon 
& Co, res 343 Division 

McMahon Thomas, ivs 321 Brock 

McMahon T4 Co (Andrew McMahon), 
painters and wallpaper 133 Brock, cor 
Bafol 

McMahon um h. lab, lvs e > Beverly, 

In row i n of King 

Ml Manns Miss Ann. lvs 71 Union • ■ 

McManus Edward, teacher, Ivs 7i Un- 
ion a 
M< Manui James, prinl ;r < !anadl in 

i'i eeman, Ivs 7i i rnion a 
M( Maims John, enjp • irpentei 

to Charlea 
McManus John, itorekeeper Rockwood 

i Union •■ 
Mi Ms tei \ I- sander, bi oommki . Iva 

i n\ ision 
Vic Mattel Js mi ■, Qua i j ma n R Wal 

• ■ owdy 
Mi m i tei \i i Jam rea 857 I >i\ Islon 



McMaster John H, fireman Fire Hall 
No 2, res 147 Pine 

McMaster Wm L. lab. res 63 Charles 

McMichael Albert, clerk E B Loucks, 
lvs Cataraqui, Ont 

McMichael Charles, bookkeeper Geo 
M Williamson & Son, lvs Cataraqui, 
Cnt 

McMillan Miss Catherine, tailoress, bds 
272 Sydenham 

McMillan Miss Charlotte, tailoress, bds 
:72 Sydenham 

McMillan Miss Elizabeth A, student, 
bds 112 Montreal 

McMillan Miss Helena, Superintendent 
in' Nurses, General Hospital 

McMillan Miss Jennie, teacher, rvs 
University ave 

McMillan Malcolm, sailor, lvs 272 Syd- 
enham 

McMillan Malcolm J, carp, res 272 Syd- 
enham 

McMillan Richard (Wormwith A Co), 
res i First 

McMillan Robert, traveller, res 328 Uni- 
versity ave 

McMillan Robert C, pianomkr Worm- 
with A Co, lvs l Final 

McMorine, see Macmorine 

Mi Mullen James. Jockej Globe Hotel 
McMullen Joseph, lvs m arch 
McMullen Richard, blacksmith, n 

Ellice 
McNab Frai i Is, rea 78 Sydenham 
McNab Janel M (wid Colin), Iva Ts 

Sydenham 
Mi Nalley Michael, lab M T Co, bdl 

101 AlI.eM 

Mi Nail) M" hael Jr, bda 101 Uberl 
Mi \ imi ■ Miss tnnle, lvs 14 Quebec 

Mi Namee <; 'gp, boatbulldei R Col 

I Upper William 
Mi N ""■ Hugh, i orop Brltl h Whit, 

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McNamee Margaret (wid James), res 
332 Johnston 

McNamee Mark, property man Mar- 
tins Opera House, ivs 14 Quebec 

McNamee Miss. Rose, dressmkr, bds 
Stanley House 

McNamee Win, driver Jos Hiscock. res 
33 Upper William 

McNaney Mary ( wid Robert I. care- 
taker K & P Ry depot, bds 21 Col- 
bert 1 , e 

M< Naughton Archibald, ticket clerk K 
& P Ry, res 324 Alfred 

McXaughton John (MeNaughton & Co), 
res 50 Wellington 

MeNaughton & Co cJohn MeNaugh- 
ton). clothing 93 Princess 

McNee see Macnee 

McNeil, see also McNeill 

McNeil Charles, lab cotton mills, bds 34 
Dufferin 

McNeil Neil blacksmith K P, res w s 
Pembroke, 2 n of King 

McNeil Neil, plumber 66 Brock, res 
]4£ Johnston 

McNeill Charles, res 306 University ave 

McNeill Charles, sr, lvs 14 Lower Ri- 
deau 

McNeill Charles, jr, clerk W J Mc- 
Neill, lvs 14 Lower Rideau 

McNeill Wm J, Flour and Feed and 
Government Grain Inspector, 65 
Brock, Residence 14 Lower Rideau 

McParland James, wines and liquors 
341 King e, res 165 same 

McParland Wm, waiter British Ameri- 
can Hotel, lvs 42 Wellington 

McPhail Maria (wid George), res 30 
Upper William 

McPhee Hugh, sailor, bds Ottawa 
House 



McPhee Robert, sailor, res 14 Stephen 
McPherson, see also Macpherson 
McPherson Maria (wid John), res 123 

Union w 
McPherson Robert, mounter K Vehicle 

Co, res 671 Princess 
McQuade John, res 23 Ellice 
McQuaid James, cooper, lvs 224 Wel- 
lington 
McQuaid John, ship carpenter, res n s 

Russell, 4 w of Montreal 
McQuaid John P, upholsterer 182 Cler- 
gy, res same 
McQuaid Mary (wid James), res 224 

Wellington 
McQuaid Miss Mollie, lvs St Lawrence 

Hotel 
McQuaid Wm, carpenter, res n s Rus- 
sell, 5 w of Montreal 
McQuaig Henry, clerk John Gilbert, 

bds 27 King w 
McQuaig Miss Margaret, dressmaker 

27 Wellington, lvs same 
McQuaig Walter W, clerk Stanley 

House 
McQuirk Mary (wid Arthur), res 31 

Division 

McRae. see also McCrea 

McRae Bros (David H. Robert W R 

and Ernest J B), Grocers, Golden 

Lion Block, cor Wellington and Brock 

McRae David H (McRae Bros), rms 114 

Clarence 
MoRae Ernest J B (McRae Bros), lvs 

174 Earl 
McRae James, bds 110 Earl 
McRae Robert W R (McRae Bros), res 

102 Earl 
McRae W T alter R, trav W R McRae & 

Co. res 423 Johnston 
McRae Wm D, trav W R McRae & 
Co, res 124 Barrie 



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McRae Wm R (W R Mi-Rat & Co> 

Residence 174 Earl 
McRae W R &. Go (Wm R McRae), 

Wholesale Grocers, Golden Lion 
Block, Wellington, cor Brock 

MeRossie Wm, lumber 244 Ontario, res 
12 Wellington 

McSorley Charles J, engineer str Glen- 
garry, res 315 Johnston 

MtoSorley Daniel, engineer A Maclean, 
res 81 Lower Rideau 

McSorley Eliza (wid Edward), lvs 315 
Johnston 

M< Yety Robert, carpenter, res 426 Di- 
vision 

McWaters James, gardener J D Mc- 
Kenzie, lvs same 

Mi Walters James, jr, laborer, res s s 
Union w, l w of Pembroke 

McWaters John, mach Locomotive 
Works, lvs Portsmouth 

Mi-Waters Samuel J, engineer R Davis 
& Son, ns 29(a) Main 

McWhinnay Hugh, sailor schr Glen- 
garry, res 208 University ave 

McWhlnney Thomas J. sailor schr Min- 
res 57 Queen 

M< ■Williams < "liarl'-s A. fireman StT Cor 
sii-an, rt-s rear ^7 Johnston 

If o will lams Charles B, engineer str 

<'"i sT Johnston 

M> Williams Win A. 2ml engineer str 

' torslcan, lvs s? Johnston 



M 



m.o arow i [elen i w Id i tenlel), res 186 

William 

\i o 1 1 .. \i i 1 1 let) tea* her K I 

188 William 

irow Philip ii. assistant 

1 \\ elllngton 
McAulej ind Me- 

w . I 
lingtoo 



Macaulay Miss Frances F, teacher 
Kingston Ladies' College, lvs 18 Wel- 
lington 

Macdonald, see also Macdonell, Mac- 
donnell, McDonald, McDonell and 
McDonnell 

Macdonald Aeneas, student, lvs 687 
Princess 

Macdonald Alexander, barber, lvs 98 
Clergy 

Macdonald Francis, c'erk Post Office, 
res 98 Clergy 

Macdonald Fred J, MD, lvs 6S7 Prin- 
cess 

Macdonald George A, bookkeeper Brit- 
ton & Whiting, bds 132 Wellington 

Macdonald Hannah (wid Hugh), res 303 
Alfred 

Macdonald John, fireman Rockwood 
Asylum, lvs 98 Clergy 

Macdonald John, Secretary-Treas- 
urer Public School Hoard. 28 Moii- 
t real. Residence 66 Rideau 

Macdonald John A, Inspector of 
Weights ami Measures, Claren 
Residence 687 Prim 

Macdonald Marie (wid J Walter), res 
360 Johnston 

Macdonald Miss Nerva, BA, teacher 
Collegiate Institute, lvs 260 Johnston 

Macdonald Miss Rosamond, bds 303 Al- 
fred 

Macdonald Walter, clerk Hob 
Medical Mali, lvs 860 Johnston 

Macdonell Angus J, Manager On- 
tai lo Hank, cor King and • 'lai 
bds i n King <• 

Macdonell Miss BSsanor, bds in K 

M.o ,i, ,nii. II George M, QC, (Macdon- 
noii \- Parrell), res University avs, 
cor Btus 
Macdonnell A Parrell (George M Mao- 
donnsl), QC Jamei M Farrell), 
barrlstei 
Macdonnell James B, student, lvs Uni- 
versll or 81 uarl 

Mai dougall Angus, res 1 1 Montn 



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Macdougall M J, Glove Manufac- 
turer 14 Montreal, res same 
MacFadden, see also McFadden and 

Fadden 
MacFadden Miss Annie, lvs 26 Wel- 
lington 
MacFadden Miss Rosanna, res 26 Wel- 
lington 
Macfarlane, see McFarland and Mc- 

Farlane 
Maegillivray, see also McGillivray 
Maegillivray John, PhD, Lepsic, prof 
Queen's College, res \v s Albert, 1 s 
of Union 
Macgillivray Rev Malcolm, Past or 
Chalmers Church, Residence HOT 
Alfred 
Macginnis, see also MoGinnis 
Macginnis James, lvs 144 University 

ave 
Machar Miss Agnes, lvs 19 Sydenham 
Machar John M, barrister 38 Clarence 

res 19 Sydenham 
Mack Wm H, miller, res 187 Victoria 
Mackenzie, see McKenzie 
Mackerras John t^ student, lvs 34 Wel- 
lington 
Mackerras Margaret (wid John H), res 

34 Wellington 
Mackerras R Hamilton, student, lvs 

34 Wellington 
Mackey Margaret (wid Thomas), lvs 91 

Gore 
Mackie James, station master GTR, 
res w s Montreal, 2 n of GTR cross- 
ing 
Mackie Rev John, pastor St Andrew's 
Church, res St Andrew's Manse, 
Clergy st 
Maekness Wm, yardman Lake View 
House 



Maclean, see also McLean 

Maolean Andrew, grocer and pork 

packer 272 Ontario, res 53 King e 
Maclean Andrew, jr, clerk A Maclean, 

lvs 53 King e 
Maclean Godwin V, BA, teacher Col- 
legiate Institute, res 178 University 
ave 
Macleod, see also McLeod 
Macleod Wm J, clerk K P, bds w s 

Alwington ave, cor Union 
Macmorine Rev John K, Elector 
St James' Church, Residence 152 Bar- 
rie cor Union 
Macnaughton Rev John. MA. prof 

Queen's College, res 187 Johnston 
Macnee Miss Ethel W, res 115 Union e- 
Macnee Francis H, salesman Macnee &. 

Minnes, lvs 115 Union e 
Macnee James H ( Kirkpatriek & 

Rogers), lvs 115 Union e 
Macnea Walter H | Macnee & 

Minnes), Residence 107 Bagot 
Macnee & Minnes ( James Min- 
nes, Walter H Macnee, Wm T 
Minnes), Wholesale Dry Goods, 245 
Bagot, cor Princess 
Macpherson, see also McPherson 
Macpherson Peter M, foreman K Ve- 
hicle Co, res 143 Oolborne 
Macpherson Richard (Macpherson & 
Hooper), Crown Lands agent 95 Clar- 
ence, res 119 Earl 
Macpherson Miss Wilhelmina, res 233 

Brock 
Macpherson & Hooper (Richard Mac- 
pherson, Richard J Hooper), insur- 
ance agents, 95 Clarence 
Madden Elizabeth iwid J. an), d.-es?- 
mkr 27 Union w, res same 



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Madden Michael, engineer R M Col- 
lege, res 18 Rideau 

Madden Patrick, sniard K P, res 126 
sstuart 

Madigan Michael, lab, res »3 Lower 
Bagot 

Madill James A, i.l S Sands & 
Son). Residence K Victoria Terrace, 
Montreal st 

Madill Wm, tinsmith G W Hentig. lv« 
Portsmouth 

Magee. see also McGee 

Magee Sarah (wid Lieut Wm), lvs 37 
Princess 

Magnet Daniel (Donaldson & Magnet), 
res 10 Railway Cottages, Ontario st 

Magnet John. SDinner K Hosiery Co. 
lvs 14 Railway Cottages, Ontario st 

Magnet Josephine (wid Daniel), res 14 
Railway Cottages, Ontario st 

Maguire, se*» also McGulre 

Maguire Frederick C. fireman str Spar- 
tan bds 20 William 

Maguire John J, letter carrier, rea 121 
William 

Maguire Miss Margaret, Iva S6 Wel- 
lington 

Maguire Miss Mary, r»s .v; Wellington 

Maboney Jamea, -ailor, res •; Orchard 

M.ih I Fred K. Clerk P S Mali I. 

Iva 219 i^ueen 
Mahood George W, Druggist, !"><> 

pi in ■ m, Resident e 111 Queen 

Mai i Pern 8 fancy goods, 113 

u - 818 >.' 

Mat I w in .1 p« 118 Qu "n 

m.ii. i. -ii Catherine (wid Robert), Iva 

1 ii Wm j. . .ii ; fain 

Main Mil Hel< a, h B9 i talon ■ 

i i.i nnah B, Iva it i rnlon w 

I 10 Cil- 

i».i na 

681 Prln- 



Makins Miss Elizabeth, lvs 214 William 

Makins Miss Isabella, lvs 23 West 

Makins Wm, grain buyer James Rich- 
ardson & Sons, res 231 Barrie 

Malcolm Melville. upholsterer H 
Brame, bds 22S Queen 

Mallan Patrick, foreman Kingston Coal 
Co, res 12 Pine 

Mallen James, Coal and Wood. 
Cataraqui st. res 170 Rideau 

Mallen Michael, wood dealer, res 4!) 
Ordnance 

Malloch Cynthia H (wid Francis C H), 
lvs 108 Bagot 

Malone Abraham H, capt barge D D 
Calvin, res 480 Brock 

Malone Anthony, Secretary Cal- 
vin Co. Dtd, res 150 University ave 

Malone F Harcourt, salesman Oe-3 
Sears, lvs 480 Brock 

Malone Sarah (wid George), res 7 Vic- 
toria Terrace. Montreal st 

Maloney Catherine (wid John), res 1' 
Railway Cottages, Ontario st 

Maloney Miss Ellen, res 12 Raglan Rd 

Maloney George, clerk Jas Thompson, 
lvs 183 Montreal 

Maloney Mrs Ida, dressmkr, 368 Barrie, 
res same 

Maloney John, blacksmith, res 1 : ' 

Montreal 
Maloney John, but. her. lvs 12 Ra 

road 
Maloney Richard, painter W »; Frost. 

lvs 133 Montreal 
Maloney Thomas j. broomrakr W 

Ba Ii \ a Co, Ins ::-;s Barrie 
Man.i.'\ in.- Joseph, carp, res rear I 

I, i uit.irio st 

Manhu.1 Etta (wid Alonso), rei 

William 

Manion Jamea T, lab, res 121 Ordn 
Manion Wm T, currier J J Carrington, 

I'I m .In. in. a 

Mann Prancta P, lab, Iva 24 Dufferin 



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Mann George, appr Alex McCarter, lvs 
299 Brock 

Mann John, lab, Street Ry Co, lvs 24 
Dufferin 

Mann Mary (wid John), res 24 Dufferin 

Mann Thomas, brick layer, lvs 24 Duf- 
ferin 

Mann Wm, civil engineer, res 399 
Brock 

Mann Wm G, lab. lvs 24 Dufferin 

Manning Edward J, engineer, res 23 
Johnston 

Manson John, carp, res 30 Chatham 

Maple Leaf Hotel, Jas Sowards prop 
240 Montreal 

Marchand Charles E, melter Kingston 
Foundry, res 118 Ordnance 

Marchand Edward, engineer, res 73 
Division 

Marchand George W. waiter, lvs 73 
Division 

Marchand Wm, eabinetmkr H Bram.\ 
lvs s s Elm, 1 w of Alfred 

Market Clerk's Office, William 
McCammon Clerk, City Buildings 

Marquis Thomas G, MA, teacher Col- 
legiate Institute, rms 44 Clergy 

Marriott Eliza (wid George), res 183 
Division 

Marrison, see also Merrison 

Marrison Charles W. plumber, lvs 35 
York 

Marrison George H, clerk A R Martin, 
lvs 95 York 

Marrison John, moulder, res 346 Prin- 
cess 

Marrison Wm J, woodworker W A 
Decks & Son, res 95 York 

Marsan Louis, clerk Kingston Fair, res 
."4 Bay 



Marsh A Flower, lieut " A" Battery, 

lvs Tete du Pont Barracks 
Marsh Elizabeth (wid Alexander), lvs 

64 Eim 
Marsh James, engineer K & P Ry 

shops, bds 246 Montreal 
Marsh John J, clerk G Offord, lvs 64 

Elm 
Marsh John W, storeman Geo Sears, 

res 64 Elm 
Marsh Mary (wid James), res 116 Bar- 
rack 
Marsh Miss Rosa, teacher Wellington 

st School, lvs 64 Elm 
Marsh Thomas, guard K P. bds w s 

Pembroke, 3 n of King 
Marsh Wm J, attendant Rockwood 

Asylum, res 149 Nelson 
Marshall Ann M, (wid Wm), lvs 68 Col- 
borne 
Marshall David H, MA, FRSE, prof 

Queen's College, res Elmhurst, Centre 

street 
Marshall Eliza J (wid John), res 201 

Albert 
Marshall Emma (wid Henry), res 4 

Lower Rideau 
Marshall Frances (wid Charles), lvs 162 

University ave 
Marshall Frances (wid Oreb), lvs 37 

Clergy w 
Marshall Frederick C, Furni- 
ture Manufacturer, and Upholsterer, 

263-235 Princess, res same 
Marshall George, soldier " A'* Battery. 

res 22 Place d'Armes 
Marshall James, res w s Albert, 1 n 

of Mack 
Marshall James, carter, res 253 Queen 
Marshall John .bookkeeper K Vehicle 

Co, res 68 Colborne 



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Marshall Robert, elerg Corrigan & Co, 

bds Stanley House 
Marshall Robert G. chief engineer sir I 

Hero, res 16 Rideau 
Marshall Samuel, acct, res 371 Brock 
Marshall Samuel, traveller, res 100 

York 
Marshall Thomas, clerk C Livingston 

& Bro, lvs 201 Albert 
Marshall Wm, lvs 109 York 
Marshall Wm, plumber McKelvey & 

Birch, lvs 16 Rideau 
Marshall Wm, Proprietor Grimason 

Hotel. S32 Princess 
Martig Jacob, dairyman 675 Division, 

res same 
Martin Miss Agnes, bds 107 Stuart 
Martin Alfred R, grocer 268 Princess, 

i.s 241 Alfred 
Martin A Sydney, City Editor 

British Whig, res 53 Barrack 
Martin Catherine (wld James), res B3 

Upper i 'hail s 
Martin Charles A. Big* painter 216 

l'i Incess, res 366 Barne 
Martin C H, Insurance and Real 
Estate Broker and Valuator, 
Representing the following 
Companies : 

CAPITAL. 
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IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANY 9.500.000 

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LANCASHIRE FIRE 15.000 000 

Prompt attention and lowest 

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and Wellington, (up stairs). 

Residence 323 University Ave. 

Mai tin i 'inn lei .!. i'.ip 

M.i II ■ • I ' i ■ 

I mi i-:.i\>. in i R, aui i lon< ■ ' 

ton 

\i,u tin Ml i MM \ lvs 62 Wellli 

1 1 Montreal 



organist St George's 
Barriefleld 
painter Savage Bros, 



Martin Emma (wid Hugn), bds 107 

Stuart 
Martin Harry C, bookkeeper E B 

Loucks, res 250 Alfred 
Martin Henry, trav, res 305 Barrie 
Martin Iva E. prof R M College, bds 

Brit Am Hotel 
Martin James F, Captain tug Myra, res 

259 Johnston 
Martin James W, painter Savage Bros, 

res 41 (a) Main 
Martin John D, 

Cathedral, res 
Martin John F, 

res 93 York 
Martin John W, carp, res 349 Brock 
Martin Miss Julia, res 62 Wellington 
Martin Margaret T (wld Wm), res 60 

wiiuam 

Martin Miss Mary, res 222 Barrie 
Martin Mary A (wld Alexander), res 144 

Moi treal 
Martin Wm C, Wholesale Saddlery 

Hardware, 216 Princess, Residence 

136 King e 

Martin's Opera House, W ( Mar- 
tin Proprietor, 818 Princess 

MartlnelU Lucanlo, packer Robertson 
Bros, res 28B Sydenham 

MartlnelU Tuaey, driver Robertson 
Bros, h B 886 Sydenham 

Marvin Mary (wld Wm 
Mont rial 

i James B, drivi 
res 308 Division 
Mason, see also Maison 
Mason Hem 5 , carp, res 189 B 
Mas. .11 Samuel, sailor, res 1 if. Colborne 
Mason Wm, Bursar Kingston Scboo 
of Mining, Residence 833 Earl 

\ John m. lab, i\ i rear ^7 John- 

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Massie John R, patternmkr, res 75 Col- 
borne 
Massie Wm, contractor 155 Raglan rd, 

res same 
Massie Wm jr. contractor 385 Barrie. 

res same 
Mathewson Albert J, sailor, lvs 101 

Stuart 
Mathewson James A, comp British 

Whig, lvs Portsmouth 
Mathewson John P, ship carpenter, res 

101 Stuart 
Matthews Jacob, engineer, bds 40 Cler- 
gy w 
Matthews Catherine t,wid Wm), grocer 

8 Colborne, res same 
Matthews George H.cigarmkr S Obern- 

dorffer, lvs 24 Ellice 
Matthews John H, sailor, lvs 8 Col- 
borne 
Matthews Thomas, lab, res 24 Ellice 
Matthews Wm H, coachman J B Car- 
ruthers, res e s Beverley, 1 s of Union 
Maud George lab, lvs 140 Bagot 
Maud Robert, laborer, lvs 140 Bagot 
Maud Thomas, farmer, res 140 Bagot 
Maund Charles D, trav W J Crothers, 

lvs 45 William 
Maund Charles F, wharfinger W G 

Craig & Co, res 45 William 
Maudson George A, student, bds 274 

University ave 
Maxam Alfred, tailor Spencer Bros. 

lvs 12 Redan 
Maxam Charles E, stovefitter, res 84 

Johnston 
Maxam Mary C (wid Alfred), res 12 

Redan 
Maxam Thomas, lab, lvs 84 Johnston 
Maxam W George, night porter Brit- 
ish American Hotel, res 47 Bay 
Maxwell George W, acct Kirkpatrick 
& Rogers and agent Phoenix Fire 
Assce Co, res 56 Rideau 
Maxwell James, foreman R Gaw & Co, 
res n s Alice. 1 w of Alfred 



Mayell John R, carpenter, res 29 Up- 
per William 
Meadows Miss Eliza, bds 165 Alfred 
Meagher Gerald G, salesman B Silver, 

res 23 Rideau 
Meagher James G, agent, res 11 Fifth 
Meagher John G, sewing machines, lvs 

104 Montreal 
Meagher Martin, laborer M T Co, res 

79 Lower Bagot 
Meagher Rev Michael, Assis- 
tant St Mary's Cathedral, res The 
Palace, 225 Johnston 
Meagher Thomas F, res 104 Montreal 
Medley Miss Charlotte, dressmaker 84 

Brock, lvs Barriefield 
Medley Wm H, Chemist and Drug- 
gist 232 Princess, lvs Barriefield 
Meek Charles F, student, lvs 242 Sy- 
denham 
Meek Robert, Secretary Oddfel- 
lows Relief Association, Oddfellows 
Block, cor Princess and Sydenham, 
Residence 50 Earl 
Meek Miss Sarah, dressmaker, res 54 

Earl 
Meek Wm, mechanical supt British 

Whig, res 242 Sydenham 
Megarry James, policeman, res 420 

Johnston 
Melville Elizabeth (wid John?, res 104 

Gore 
Melville Jeremiah, plumber Elliott 

Bros, lvs 104 Gore 
Melville Martin, bartender 1000 Island 

House 
Menary George, carp, res 20 York 
Mendel Isodore, trav. res 136 Queen 
Mercer Ann (wid Wm), res 25 Welling- 
ton 
Mercer Isabella, dressmaker 25 Wel- 
lington, lvs same 
Mercer Stuart, fireman str Spartan, lvs 

-■" Wellington 
Mercer Thomas, broommkr Wm Bailey 

& Co. lvs 25 Wellington 
Merchant Mrs Eliza, res 6 Vine 



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Merchants' Bank of Canada, 

George E Hague Manager, cor Brock 

and Wellington 
Meredith A Brock, lvs 16 Sydenham 
Merrett, see also Merrltt 
Merrett Capt Thomas, res 137 William 
Merrick Henry, Post Office In- 
spector, Office Post Office Building, 

Residence 114 Barrie 
Merrick Mary P (wid Aaron), res 34 

Sydenham 
Merriman Ellen (wid John), caretaker 

38 Clarence, res same 
Merrison, see also Marrison 
Merrison Ann (wid Robert), res 169 

Pine 
Merritt, see also Merrett 
Merritt Edward, moulder Kingston 

Foundry, res 19 Division 
Merritt Wm Hamilton, prof Kingston 

School of Mining, res Toronto, Ont 
M ■■• alfe Frederick F. lvs 836 Princess 
M.-t<alfe George H, student, lvs S26 

Princess 
Met< alfe James H, res 826 Princess 
M • alfe .John C. butcher 62 Brock, res 

-a me 
Metcalf w w. student, rea ">0 Princess 
Metzler George F. PhD, tutor Queen's 

( College 

\\. y e r g | s , ,. .,1s,, .\| y.Ts 

ri John h. foreman k Chown & 
Bon, bdi 287 Queen 
M Idleon Henry, laborer, rea n s Rag- 

pd, i w of B&gol 
Middleton Bophiai wid Lewie), >■ 

Alfred 
Mlddleton Susan (« ni Robert), i 

I'rin 

Milk Lemuel, blacksmith N Wlhnot, 

■I i ( lolborne 
Millan Cornelius, Proprietor 1000 

ii u .Hi.i i mtai i" 

■ n Dennis .1. butcher 271 
-" Earl 

irl, r>'S 
une 



Millar, see also Miller 

Millar Albert H, cabinetmaker Jame9 

Reid, res 200 University ave 
Millar George, foreman W J Crothers. 

res 10 Rideau 
Millard Henry, cabinetmaker James 

Reid, lvs 78 Quebec 
Millard Wm J. cabinetmaker Carno- 

vsky Wood Mnfg Co, res 78 Quebec 
Miller, see also Millar 
Miller Miss Ada, lvs 334 Brock 
Miller Andrew H, capt str Empire 

State, res 280 Wellington 
Miller Oharles, fireman str America, 

res 65 Queen 
Miller Elizabeth (wid Robert), res 96 

William 
Miller John, blacksmith K Vehicle Co. 

bds 48 Ordnance 
Miller John, engineer Fire Dept, lvs 

Fire Hall No 1. Ontario st 
Miller Matthew, traveller, res 7 Devon- 
shire Terrace, Sydenham st 
Miller R A, tailor S Livingston & Bro, 

bds Stanley House 
Miller Willet G, RA. prof Kingston 

School of -Mining, bds 41 George 
Miller Wm, driver Fire Dept. bds St 

Lawrence Hotel 
Miller Wm, mech eng Fire Dept, res 

Fin- Hall No 1. Ontario st 
Miller Wm, laborer, rea n s Stanley. 1 

w of Lansdowne 
Miller Wm, boilermaker, res 2.">s Kail 
Miller Wm H. mngr The Gardln* 

res 157 Alfred 
Mllllgan Alexander, lighthouse keeper, 

res 296 Wellington 
Mllllgan George N, guard K P, res cor 

King ami Centra 
MilUgaui Mas Q, bartender Provincial 

Hotel 
Mllllgan Samuel, sailor, rea ::i King w 
Mliin. aee also Milne 

Mllln Sarah A (wid W m Mi. rea S76 Ba- 



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199 



Mills Andrew, cabinetmkr Co-operative 
Sash and Door Factory, res 398 Bar- 
rie 

Mills Andrew J. carp, lvs 398 Barrie 

Mills Annie (wid John), res 2S6 Queen 

Mills Daniel F, pilot str Spartan, res 
228 Division 

Mills George, res 31 Mack 

Mills George, jr, (George Mills & 
Co), Residence 124 University ave 

Mills George & Co ( George Mills 
jr), Hatters and Furriers, 170 Wel- 
lington 

Mills Irwin, carpenter, lvs 138 Bagot 

Mills John A, carp Co-operative Sash 
and Door Factory, lvs 398 Barrie 

Mills John H. auctioneer 90-92 Brock, 
bds 153 same 

Mills Mary (wid James), res 138 Ba- 
got 

Mills Thomas (Thomas Mills & Co), res 
120 University ave 

Mills Thomas (Mills & Cunning- 
ham), Residence 122 University ave 

Mills Thomas & Co (Thomas Mills), 
hatters 182 Wellington 

Mills Thomas H, res 378 Brock 

Mills & Cunningham, { Thomas 
Mills, J Ernest Cunningham), Bank- 
ers and Insurance Agents, 79 Clar- 
ence (See card below) 

MILLS & CUNNINGHAM, 
BANKERS AND INSURANCE AGENTS 

—WE REPRESENT— 

" The London and Lancashire 
Life," "Queen," "Northern," 
" Manchester," " Lloy's Plate 
Glass," " London Guarantee 
and Accident" and "Ontario 
Accident Co." 
79 CLARENCE STREET 



Milne, see also Milln 

Milne Alexanac- R, ( Milne & 
Milne), Residence 386 Alfred 

Milne Alfred W, clerk Nugent & Tay- 
lor, lvs 302 University ave 

Milne Frank E, (Milne & Milne) 
lvs 386 Alfred 

Milne Harvey, waiter, lvs 302 Univer- 
sity ave 

Milne John M, wheelsman tug Glide, 
res 65 York 

Milne Mary (wid John), lvs 35 Main 

Milne Melville R, student, lvs 3S6 Al- 
fred 

Milne Peter J, comp Canadian Free- 
man, res 35 Main 

Milne Robert, sailor, res 5 Cherry 

Milne Robert, jr, comp Canadian Free- 
man, lvs 5 Cherry 

Milne Thomas G, (Milne & .Milne), 
lvs 386 Alfred 

Milne Thomas J S, engineer str Mel- 
bourne, res 302 University ave 

Milne Wm, tinsmith Nugent & Tay- 
lor, lvs 5 Cherry 

Milne & Milne ( Alexander R, 
Thomas G and Frank E), Proprietors 
Model Steam Laundry 42-46 Princess. 
(See card next page) 

Milo Edward M, carp A J Johnson, res 
w s Collingwood, 2 s of Johnston 

Milo Frank C, painter T W Milo, lvs 
w s Collingwood, 2 s of Johnston 

Milo Frederick D, plumber Water 
Works Dept, res 328 Johnston 

Milo Thomas W, painter 41 Montreal, 
res 43 same 

Mines Robert, eating house 154 On- 
tario 

Minifie Joseph R, lvs 116 Rideau 

Minnes James ( Macnee & Minnes), 
Residence 124 Bagot 

Minnes James A, clerk Macnee & Min- 
nes, res 109 Gore 

Minnes Miss Jean C, music teacher, lvs 
495 Princess 



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Minnes Miss Margaret G. lvs 495 Prin- 

Minnes Miss Martha, lvs 495 Princess 
Minnes Thomas D, General Insur- 
ance Agent 159 Wellington. Residence 
Earl 
Minnes Wm T| Macnee & Blinnes] 

107 Gore 
Mitchell Alexander, mate, res 105 Low- 
er Bagot 
Mitchell Ann (wid John), lvs 74 Earl 
Mite hell Edward, tinsmith C D Chown, 

lvs lur. Lower Kagot 
Mitchell E C, Droggisl & Opti- 
cian 124 Princess, Residence 154 Karl 
Mitchell Miss Fanny, lvs 74 Earl 
Mitchell Frances V (wid Peter), is 28 

Barrie 
Mitchell George a. clerk J H Mclver, 

lvs LOG Low er Bagot 
Mitchell Isaac, wholesale jeweller 258 

Bagot, res 24:.' Brock 
Mitchell Mrs Isabella, res e s Colling- 

wood, t; n of Union 
Mitchell James, much Locomotive 

Works, lvs 106 Wellington 
Mitchell J appr, lvs e s Col- 

llng'wood, 6 n of I nion 
Mitchell John, printer Wm Bailie, res 

7t Bar) 
Mlti bell John c contractor L85 William, 

rea same 
Mitchell I. Norman, clerk w A Mit- 
chell, lvs is.". William 
Mitchell M i .\ i.i Frederick), lvs 

in Colborne 

i iu id Wmi. rea id I »ut' 
r. i m 
Mil hell Wm. baker w .i I Mothers, res 
so Quebi c 

tell Wm \. i'"i 'in i n Job room 
r.i itish Whig, lvs in.". Lower Bagel 
Mitchell Wm \. i. . 
100 Qui .'ii 

ell Wm ii. . u u . m 
John 



Mobley Wm. painter Robinson Bros, 
res 127 Alfred 

Model Steam Laundry, Milne & 
Milne Proprietors, 42-46 Prin- 
cess st. (One door below 
King). Work done on short 
notice. Collars and Cuffs a 
specialty. All work guaran- 
teed first-class. Travellers' 
and students' work promptly 
executed. Telephone No. 302. 

Moles Edward H, trav The Gardiner 
i '.., bds 128 Princess 

Moles Richard, lab, res 437 Barrie 

Moncrieff John, res 40 Colborne 

Moncrieff Peter A, tinsmith instructor 
K P, res 51 Pembroke 

Moncrieff Robert D, tinsmith, lvs 177 
Queen 

Moncrieff Thomas E (Moncrieff & Co), 
res 10 Russell 

Moncrieff & Co I Thomas K Mmi. 
crieff) House ami Carriage Painters, 
221 Brock Sec card below) 



MONCRIEFF&CO. 

Ss PAINTERS 

SPECIALTIES: 
GRAINING, GLAIZING, PAPER 
HANGING AND KALSOMINING 
•jj l Brock Strict. 



Monka Peter, yardman Cotton Mills, 

\i..nt i eal 
Monro, see Mum.. 
Montgomery MIm Mary, talloress, inls 

■•!■•. II 

Montgomery Jamei ii. salesman Oak 
ii iii, i>.is : Victoria i Mon- 

treal st 

Montgomery Robert dyer 226 Prim 

i me 



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District Agent, Kingston. 



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201 



Montgomery Samuel S, clerk Hardy & 
Co, res 128 Nelson 

Montgomery Wallace H, lvs 225 Prin- 
cess 

Montreal Telegraph Co, James 
Kearns Manager, 34 Clarence 

Montreal Transportation Co, 
Hugh McLennan, President; W W 
Ogilvie, Vice-President; G M King- 
horn, Secretary-Treasurer; L L Hen- 
derson, Agent; Capt John Gaskin, 
Outside Manager, foot of Queen 

Mooers George, res 500 Princess 

Mooers Miss Grace, lvs 500 Princess 

Mooers Henry (H Mooers & Co), res 
90 Barrie 

Mooers H & Co (Henry Mooers), grain 
dealers, 20 Market sq 

Mooers Henry F, electrician, lvs 90 
Barrie 

Moon Charles, grocer 71 Pine, res same 

Moon Robert T, laborer, res 12 Alma 

Mooney James, laborer, bds Lake View 
House 

Mooney Robert J, fitter Kingston 
Foundry, res 17 Division 

Mooney Thomas, foreman Collins Bay 
Rafting Co, res 20 Stuart 

Mooney Wm S, guard K P, res Pem- 
broke, 1 s of Union 

Moore Albert E, painter K Vehicle Co, 
lvs 165 Bagot 

Moore Andrew ( Oram & Moore ), 
res 35 Division 

Moore Charles, carp, bds 230 Bagot 

Moore Daniel, carter, res 246 Univer- 
sity ave 

Moore Daniel, shoveller, res 67 Lower 

Bagot 
Moore David J, blacksmith K Vehicle 

Co, res 165 Bagot 



Moore David J, blacksmith K Vehicle 
Co, res 14 Cherry 

Moore Edward, Secretary-Treas- 
urer Kingston Light, Heat and Povv- 
e"r Co, 19 Queen, Residence 107 Clergy 

Moore Elizabeth (wid James), lvs 107 
Clergy 

Moore Hyla H, groom Lieut-Col H R 
Smith, res "Ringwood" lodge, King w 

Moore John, res 219 University ave 

Moore John E, plumber J G Bastow, 
lvs 266 Queen 

Moore John M, engineer, res 266 Queen 

Moore Joseph, res 809 Princess 

Moore Louisa (wid Robert M). res 139 
William 

Moore Margaret (wid Andrew), lvs 35 
Division 

Moore Miss Mary, clerk, lvs 246 Uni- 
versity ave 

Moore Thomas, lvs 120 Earl 

Moore Thomas, guard K P, lvs Ring- 
wood Lodge, King w 

Moore Thomas, plumber Gas Works, 
bds 219 University ave 

Moore Thomas, tailor C Robinson, res 
226 Division 

Moore Wesley, lvs 246 University ave 

Moore Wm, Proprietor Moore's Real 
Estate Agency, 139 Wellington, res 
120 Earl 

Moore Wm. stableman Elder Bros, res 
77 Gore 

Moore William J, Bicycle Dealer 
and Repairer, 18 Montreal, Residence 
22 York, (see adv page 1), 

Moore Wm J, plasterer, bds Russell 
House 

Moore's Real Estate Agency, 
Wm Moore Proprietor, 169 Wellington 



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their diseases and injuries. Phone 514 and 201 



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sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
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Moorhead Mary (wid Wm). lvs 60 Wil- 
liam 

Moran Patrick, butcher 99 Earl, res 79 
Gore 

Jlorahan Barnet, lab, lvs s s Stuart, 1 
\v of University ave 

Morahan Patrick, moulder, res s s 
Stuart, 1 w of University ave 

Morden Harold J, acct Standard Bank, 
bds 102 Queen 

Morency Thomas, cigarmkr G A Mc- 
Gowin, bds 476 Division 

Morgan Hugh, traveller, res 293 Prin- 
cess 

Morgan Wm J, DVS, FOVMA, Pro- 
fessor Practical Anatomy. Kingston 
Veterinary College, Office 291 Prin- 
cess, Residence 293 same 

Morley Wm C, mason, res 94 York 

Morris Catherine (wid Emanuel), ras 
154 Raglan Kd 

Morris Major Richard, Provin- 
cial Secretary Salvation Army, res 
262 Wellington 

Morrison Catherine (wid Michael) 
N Clergy 

Morrison Charles A. student, lvs 9G 

Clergy 
Morrison Miss Johanna, clerk Post- 

i KBce, Iva '"i clergy 
Morrison Wm, driver P Walsh, res i-'^ 

King e 

Morrtssey Dennis J, barber 399 King b, 

lvs j> alms 
Morristej John, messengci 

res 28 Alma 

Mosedale Mil dm "" ; 

Mont peal 
Mosler John, portei Kl P Rj re's foot 

.,i Noj Hi 

i. ii. mi \ k. tlnsmitb E, I !how n & 

Son. I Queen 

Houi i ii "• ) ■-' ; ' " bei i ■ i 

i P*ronl 

M,.,.. k W mi ii agent, 

i. i 



Moulton Charles, carp, res 450 Division 

Mowat Henry, mason A Newlands, res 
224(a) Division 

Mowat Rev John B, MA, DD, prof 
Queen's College, res 180 Johnston 

Mowat John M, law student, lvs Is" 
Johnston 

Moxley Eugene A, confr W J Crothers, 
lvs e s Albert, 7 n of Princess 

Moxley Robert, blacksmith K & P Ry 
shops, res 76 York 

Moxley Robert, cigarmkr S Oberndorf- 
fer, lvs e s Albert, 7 n of Princess 

Moxley Wm. blacksmith Kingston 
Foundry, res e s Albert, 7 n of Prin- 
cess 

Moxley Wm J, broommkr W Bailey Sz 
Co, res im Victoria 

Muckler James T, moulder, lvs .;i On- 
tario 

Muckler Wm, agent est of M Doran, 
res 31 Ontario 

Muckler Wm D, plumber 239 Bagot, 
res 44 O'Kill 

MucklestOU Ann (.wid Samuel;, res 226 
Kins e 

Mudie John, BA, Banister, Solici- 
tor, etc., v Clarence, res L23 King e 

Mulholland James T, mach KingstO.l 
Foundry, res LBS BarriS 

Mulleen Edward, lineman Electric 
Light Works, res 77 Ordnance 

.Mullen, see also Mullin and Mulleen 

Mullen Kliza (wid Wm). res w s VlC- 
LoriS COf 'if ' Uirham 

Mullen James, marble cutter S .1 Kll- 
patrtCh X- Co. l\s 64 -North 

Mullen James, si. lab. res <il North 

Mullen Miss Mary, dressmki I . Bar- 

u - same 
Mullen Patrick, lab i' m. < 'hi mack 

Mullen Wm .1. \anlman S anglln a 

u s i • ' >i finance 
Mulligan Wm, lab res -'"7 Mberl 

Mullin. see also Mullen and Mulleen 



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208 



Mullin Edward W, Grocer and 

Wholesale dealer in Needles, 87 Divi- 
sion. Residence same 

Mullinger Thomas, yardman Central 
Hoi 

Mullinger Thomas J, lab, res 33(a) 
Main 

Mulvena Catherine (wid Owen), lvs til 
Montreal 

Mundell David E, MD, Physician, 
Surgeon, etc., Office Hours, S to 10 am. 
1 to 3 and 7 to 8 pm, Telephone 39S, 
< >ffice and Residence 166 Sydenham 

Mundell John, Diseases of the 
Heart and Lungs. Office Hours 9 to 
12 am, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm, 25 Mont- 
real, lvs 59 Arch 

Mundell Mary (wid David), res 59 Arch 

Mundell Wm, BA, Barrister, Soli- 
citor, etc., 151 Wellington, cor Clar- 
ence. Residence 281 Alfred 

Munday Alfred, lab, res 291 Johnston 

Munro Charles, steamfitter K P^ res 
58 Wellington 

Munro Howard, student, bds 316 Queen 

Munro James, miner, res 5 St Cather- 
ine 

Munro Margaret (wid John), res 28S 
Barrie 

Murch Wm S R, trav Macnee & 
Minnes, res 66 Earl 

Murdoch Madeline (wid Nicholas \\ ), 
lvs 322 Brock 

Murphy Alfred D, clerk P J Walsh, 
lvs 82 Rideau 

Murphy Annie (wid Thomas), res 16S 
Rower Bagot 

Murphy Daniel, capt steam yacht 
"Where Now," res 82 Rideau 

Murphy Mrs Daniel, grocer 80 Rideau. 
res 82 Rideau 



Murphy Edward, yardman 1000 Island 
House 

Murphy Rev Father, bds Windsor 
Hotel 

Murphy Hannah (wid James), res 61 
Bay 

Murphy James, groom J H Metcalfe, 
lvs 835 Princess 

Murphy James, carp, res 189 Montreal 

Murphy John, carp, res 183 Alfred 

Murphy John, clerk L W Murphy, lvs 
55 Princess 

Murphy John, painter T C Wilson, bds 
Stanley House 

Murphy John B, Summer Resi- 
dence 111 Union st east, Kingston, 
Winter Residence 509 St James st, 
Montreal, Que 

Murphy Joseph, stone cutter R Wal- 
lace, res s s Elm, 1 w of Alfred 

Murphy Joseph J, lvs 189 Montreal 

Murphy Lawrence W, grocer, 55 Prin- 
cess, res same 

Murphy Margaret (wid James), lvs 77 
Ordnance 

Murphy Matthew P, sailor, lvs 1S9 
Montreal 

Murphy T Audley B, clerk N G Craig 
& Co, lvs 111 Union e 

Murphy Thomas J, mate tug Thomp- 
son, res 110 Lower Bagot 

Murphy Wm, lab, lvs 61 Bay 

Murphy Wm P, carp R Davis & Son, 
lvs 82 Rideau 

Murphy Wm G, driver, res 835 Prin- 
cess 

Murphy Wm J, mate tug Jessie Hall, 
res 257 Montreal 

Murray Annie (wid Charles), res 167 
Clergy 

Murray David, acct J B Carruthers, 
res 304 University ave 



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Telephones 5 4 and 231. 



Treats all diseases of do- 
mestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to day 
or night. 



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Murray David H. lvs98Earl 

Murray Miss Elizabeth, teacher Wil- 

liamsville School, lvs 442 Brock 
Murray Frances (wid John C). res 442 

Brock 
Murray Francis, lab, res 14 Rideau 
Murray George, res 20 George 
Murray George C. carpet layer K E 
Carpet Cleaning Works, lvs 213 Uni- 
versity ave 
Murray George D, General S 

tary Y M C A. lvs 160 Rideau 
Murray Herbert G, student, lvs 9S Earl 
Murray James, res 23S Division 
Murray James, captain str D G 

Thompson, res 106 Clergy 
Murray John, currier J J Canington, 

res 160 Rideau 
Murray John J. sailor str D G Thomp- 

Lvs 106 Clergy 
Murray John T, Proprietor King- 
ston Electric Carpet Cleaning and 

Renovating Works, res 11 i K 

Murray Joseph, ca] tain str Bro 

Murray cdiaa Lizzie, saleslady, lvs 118 

Rid 
Murray Miss May C teacher Qu 

School, lvs 442 BrOCtC 

Murray Malcolm McC clerk W Mitch- 

Mui i M Minnie, teacher K 

ton .' Hi >' 1 w 

i'ni\ ei sity a\ e 
M in raj Percy L, cl< rh l tobart's Me i- 

li ,ii Hall, lvs N Earl 
Murraj Randall B, sexton Con 

tlonal < 'inn cii, n ■ rea r < burcb J< lin 
or Wellington 
Mm 1 1 <• i i >. waiter, lvs 9 

Mm i , % s.ii iii i u i ■ i Rev wiiu. lvs n i 

Mice. 1 w o Ity ave 

Mm i ay Thorn : • CJnl- 

Murray Wm | \ 11..../ \ Co), Real 
« Earl 



Murray Wm, boarding house. 212 King 
. .. .: 

Murray Wm J. carp, res 11 Vine 

Murray Wm R, painter Savage tiros, 
lvs 11 Vine 

.;lso Mey- 

Myers Henry J, agent London Life Ins 
Co, res 101 Y< rk 

Myers Mrs H J, grocer lul York, res 
same 

Myers Mary (wid Henry), lvs 335 John- 
ston 

My Iks Gordon, house surgeon General 
1 [< spital 



N 



Napper Charles, engineer str Glei - 
iv. Vds Dominion House 

Nash Bros (Joseph and Thomas), o 
d< alers Brit Am Hotel 

R, res 3 King w 

Nash Joseph (Nash Bros), lvs 
ston 

Nash Mary A (wid Win W), res !!•". 
Johns ton 

Nash Philip, telegraph , lvs 

116 Johnston 

\ash Thomas (Nash Bros), Us 115 
Johnston 

Nash Thomas W, r Secretary-Treas- 
urer and ( !hlef Engineer K 8 
Pembroke Ry, lvs 144 Union w 

Naydon Joseph, Resturant, ^'7 



King •• (I 



rard below > 



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the X 10 U 8, 297 King St. east. 

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■1 1.'. 



Naylor Capl John, res Raglan rd, 2 e 

i i York 
Neal, se also McNeil, McNeill Neil, 

Will. O'Nell and O'Neill 

Charlotte( wid James W), lvs 2:0 

Johnston 
Neil Mary( wid Peter), res 119 Lower 

Bagot 
Neil Thomas, lab, lvs 119 Lower Bagot 
Neil Win, lab, res 22 Kllice 
Neill John, trav E Chown & son, re« 

King e 
Neill Wm, letter carrier, res 187 Univer- 
sity ave 
Nellson, see also Nelson 
Neilson Alexander, driver J J Behan, 

lvs w s Montreal, 1 n of GTR crossing 
Neilson Hendry, painter, lvs w side 

Montreal, 1 n of GTR crossing 
Neilson John L H, MD„ Surgeon-Major 
•A" Battery R ("A. res Tete-du-Pont 

Barracks 
Neilson Margaret (wid Hendry), res w 

s Montreal, 1 n of GTR crossing 
Neilson Wm J, student, bds 274 Uni- 
versity ave 
Neish Donald, student, bds 309 Brock 
Neish James, student, bds 26 Garrett 
Neish Wm, clerk Custom House, res 

308 University ave 
Nelson, see also Neilson 
Nelson Alick D, bookkeeper Dalton & 

Strange, lvs Barriefield 
Nelson George, farmer, lvs 163 Bagot 
Nelson John, res 152 Rideau 
Nelson Joshua T, lvs 76 Ontario 
Nelson Miss Kathleen, dressmkr 163 

Bagot, res same 
Nelson Wm R. carp, res 43 Ordnance 
Nesbit, see also Nesbitt and Nisbet 



Nesbit Robert, clerk S Nesbit, lvs 246 

i tarrie 
Nesbit Sarah (wid James), grocer 246. 

Ban i ■-. res same 
Nesbitt Robert W, Police Sergeai; I 

337 Johnston 
Nevens Wm, yardman K & P Ry 

91 Cataraqui 
Nevens W Ernest, electrician, lvs 91 

Cataraqui 

Neville Rev James V, Assistant 

St Mary's Cathedral, Residence The 

Palace, 225 Johnston 
Newcombe George N, teller Merchants' 

Bank, bds 13 Maitland 
Newell Louis, lab locomotive works, 

res 51 Lower Bagot 
Newell Napoleon , beamer J J Carring- 

ton, res 33 Upper Charles 
Newnham Thomas f, brigade clerk 

Military District No 3, res Montreal, 

odp Artillery Park 
Newlands Alexander, contractor 184 

Ordnance, res same 
Newlands A Frank, Public School writ- 
ing specialist, res 368 Alfred 
Newlands Elizabeth S (wid Isaac), res 

184 Ordnance 
Newlands George, contractor 506 Prin- 
cess, res same 
Newlands. Lawrence C, student, lvs 17 

Mack 
Newlands John, contractor, 165 Nelson, 

re?, same 
Newlands Wm, architect 332 King e, 

r?s 17 Mack 
Newlands Wm, contractor 333 Barrie, 

res same 
Newlands Wm A, clerk City Engineer's 

Dept, lvs 333 Barrie 



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Newman H Wallace, bookkeeper Hy 
Skinner & Co, lvs 2 Newman's cot- 
tages. King w 
Newman Herbert J, comp Kingston 
News, lvs 2 Newman's cottages, King 
west 
-Newman Joseph A, clerK K W aldrun, 

lvs 2 Newman's cottages, King w 
Newman Miss Mary A, lvs 573 Princess 
Newman Samuel J, mate str Hero, lvs 

161 Brock 
Newman Wm. carp, res 161 Brock 

nan Wm, guard K P, res 2 New- 
man's cottages. King w 
Newman Wm, mach, res 4.". (a) Main 
Newman Wm J. sporting editor Kings- 
ton Daily News, lvs 2 Newman's cot- 
tages. King w 
N.w ton John, carp, res 58 Colborne 
Nichol, see also Nichols, Nlcholls, 

Nlckle, Nlcol, Nicol] and Nlcolle 
Nichol M bda 117 King w 

Nichol Laura (wid George), bds 117 

King W 
Nic hulls Wm, vet surgeon 134 Clar- 
ence, res same 
Nichols, Miss Gertrude, lvs ::s:j Karl 
Nicholson Alex, moulder, rea 1 1 Main 
Nicholson K'\ Alexander B, i:.\ 

■ < Queen's College, rea Portsmouth 
Nicholson Amns .1. foreman R i>avis ,<: 

Son. res 51 i 
Nicholson ECllsa .) (wid Thomas), res 

I lliVelsi! J 

Nil bolson ii i ■: Wallace, opr < 1TH 
w ■ Montreal, 1 n of QTR crosing 
ilson John, carp R I to A Bon, 

■ith 

Nicholson - w llllam 

Nicholson Margaret (wid Matthew) 
cai e taker st i leoi 

.1 i : l 

Nichol on Ml Margaret J, 1 

I im-k 

Robert, planomkr 



Jamea 

Nicholson Thomas, butcherl36 Ontario, 
res same 

Nicholson Thomas, carter, res Ports- 
mouth 

Nicholson Thomas J, carp, lvs 346 Uni- 
versity ave 

Nicholson Thomas K, carter, res 41 (a) 
Main 

Nicholson Wm, blacksmith M T Co, res 
13 Redan 

Nlckle, see also Nichol, Nicholls, 
Nichols. Nicol, Nicoll and Nicolle 

Nlckle Ellen (wid Wm). res 130 Earl 

Nickle Hugh C, Supt Street Ry Co. lvs 
130 Earl 

Nickle Jennie (wid Thomas .1 W), res 
King w, 2 e of Ellerbeck ave 

Nickle Wm F( Kirkpatrick & lit- 
ers) Residence 31 King e 

Nicol Wm, MA. prof Kingston Bcho >1 
of Mining 

Nicoll John, res 91 l'..iy 

Nicolle John, Residence 2!»."> Alfred 

Nisbet, see also Nesbit and Neshltt 

Nisbet Duncan, foreman car builder 

K A P l: Tine 

Nisbet Francis, Books, station 

ery and Fancy Goods, 94 Princess, 

cor Wellington, R< ■ Division 

Nisbel Robert D, student, rms 

pin 

Nishe .lames, medical student, bd 

i larrett 
Nobei George, plumber Elliott Bros, 

1\ ■ 52 l HI"!! \\ 

John, Iva 19 1 w elllngton 

wm. carp, res :._' Union w 

M' Wm. grocer M Union w, rsa 

Noble Miss Ellen, dressmaker, h 

William 

Nobla \ii ii urn. iii. u s Ordnance, oor 

Barrla • 
Noble .lames, engineer, res n i Ordn- 
i r of Bai lis 



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Nolan Ann (wid Patrick), res 85 Ri- 

deau 
Nolan Charles, clerk P F Lawless, lvs 

348 Brock 

Nolan James, carter, lvs 275 Sydenham 
Nolan James, clerk D Couper, lvs 323 

Brock 
Nolan Janus, sexton St Mary's Cathe- 

dral, res ::.!* Brock 
Nolan John, res 275 Sydenham 
Nolan Joseph V. clerk James MePar- 

land, lvs 348 Brock 
Nolan Mary (wid John), lvs 56 Union w 
Nolan Michael, clerk D Couper, lvs 329 

Brock 
Nolan Michael, mate str America, res 

348 Brock 
Nolan Michael P, driver McKelvey & 

Birch, res 350 Brock 
Nolan Michael P, laborer, bds Ottawa 

House 
Nolan Patrick, restaurant 51 Princess, 

lvs 85 Rideau 
Nolan Rachel (wid James), lvs 54 Di- 
vision 
Nolan Richard J, carter, lvs 275 Syden- 
ham 
Noon Alice( wid John), bds 34 Division 
Noonan Daniel, capt str James Swift, 

res 61 Rideau 
Norman Wm, baggagemaster K & P 

Ry, res Barriefield 
Norris Frank, lvs Ottawa House 
Norris B R James, trav Tester & Co 

(Montreal), res 222 Johnston 
Norris James, Proprietor Ottawa 

House. 257 Ontario, cor Queen 
Norris Jane (wid James), res 54 Lower 

Bagot 
Norris Jane (wid Samuel), res 65 
Cherry 



Norris John, sailor barge Augusta, lvs 

VI Lower Bagot 
Norris P James, sailor str Hamilton, 

lvs 54 Lower Bagot 
Norris Wm H, trav W C Martin, res 

171 Clergy 
North America Life Assurance 
Co, Win .J Fair, District Man- 
ager; J B Cooke, Special Agent, On- 
tario Chambers, cor King and Clar- 
ence. (See adv inside back cover.) 
North American Telegraph Co, 
R J Wilson Agent, Hit Clarence 
North Alfred, driver Nugent & Tay- 
lor, lvs 2S Durham 
North Frederick F, engineer, res 2S 

Durham 
North Robert W, painter Savage Bros, 

lvs 2S Durham 
Northmore Edward J, carter, lvs 29 

John 
Northmore George, painter, res S 

James 
Northmore George H A, baker, res 29 

John 
Norton-Taylor Col Duncan, res 203 

King e 
Norton-Taylor Wm H, teller Bank of 

Montreal, res 87 Gore 
Nugent Edward P, polisher, lvs 292-. 

Montreal 
Nugent Edward T, fitter Locomotive- 

Works, res 241 University ave 
Nugent Elizabeth (wid Peter), lvs 241 

University ave 
Nugent Elizabeth (wid Thomas), lvs 

19 Johnston 
Nugent Esther (wid Patrick J), res 292 

Montreal 
Nugent James ( Nugent .V Taylor) 
Residence 313 University ave 



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Nugent Mary (wid Robert), lvs 149 
Sydenham 

.t Miss Mary B. student, bds w s 
Pembroke, 3 n of King 

Nugent Peter, packer Customs Exam- 
ining warehouse, res 19 Johnston 

Nugent Thomas J, clerk Ontario Bank, 
lvs 19 Johnston 

Nugent Wm J, marble cutter P H Mc- 
Guire, lvs 292 Montreal 

Nugent & Taylor (James Nugent, 
Henry H Taylor). Plumbers, Tin- 
smiths and Stove Dealers, 183 Wel- 
lington 

Nuttall George E, blacksmith 40 Prin- 
cess, res 27 Rideau 

Nuttall Oscar A, blacksmith G E Nut- 
tall, res 10 Corrigan 



o 



O'Brien, see also A'Brien 

O'Brien Alexander, tailor IT.") Princess, 

res 237 Brock 
O'Brien Ann (wid James), bds Ottawa 

House 

' Miss Annie, lvs 34 Cherry 
O'Brien Annie E (wid Michael E), res 

99 Barrle 
O'Brien Edward, lab, rea 26 Division 
O'Brien Edward J, clerk R MoFaul, lvs 

n Union \\ 
« KBrien Miss Elisabeth, teachi r B1 

Miin s Bchool, i en 81 I Brock 
O'Brien Henry, bartender Athletic 

Hou 
O'Brien Isaac, printer sun Job Print 

Ing oiii ifl Barrifl 

O'Brien John, carter, Iva 12 Markland 
O'Bi len John u 

< ' i u len John, laborer, res .'i » 3ei 
« •' Brien .1 ■ >s*.- 1 . ti ,i. engineer, 

wa Hou 
< )i-.i . milliner, h 

prim 

engineer it r Pierre- 

ponl Union w 



O'Brien Rev Patrick C, Assistant 
St Mary's Cathedral, res The Palace, 
Johnston 
O'Brien Miss Rose, bds Ottawa House 
O'Brien Timothy, carter, res 22 Mark- 
land 
O'Brien Thomas, carp, res 88 Division 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer, res 34 Cherry 
O'Brien Wm. lab. bds 34 Cherry 
O'Brien Wm H, mach Kingston Foun- 
dry, lvs 88 Division 
O'Connell, see also Connell and Mc- 

Connell 
O'Connell Mary (wid James), lvs 148 

Lower Bagot 
O'Connell Robert, shoemaker 176 Mon- 
treal, res same 
O'Connor, see also Connor 
O'Connor Alexander, lvs 103 Wellington 
O'Connor Charles E, student, Iva 

Johnston 
O'Connor Daniel, lab, res 216 Sydenham 
O'Connor Ellen (wld Patrick), res 268 

Johnston 
O'Connor James, bartender Collender 

Hotel, rea 12 Wellington 
O'Connor James P, clerk Kingston 

Fair, lvs 263 Johnston 
O'Connor John, lab, rea rear 78 Karl 
O'Connor John, shoemaker 879 King e, 

108 Earl 
O'Connor Nicholas E, clerk McRae 

Bros lv« MS Johnston 
O'Connor Patrick. 01 

Wellington 
'O'Connor Patrick, jr. appr J W Oldfln, 

Iva i":; Wellington 
O'Connor Thomas, mate, tug Walker, 

rea n w 

nor Thomas J. olerk, Iva 1 1 W< M 
O'Donnell ilso Mel tonell, Mel ton- 

tioll. Macdoni 11. and Macdonncll 

' i i tonneU arthur, student, h a »;i A.reb 
> • i kmnell Bryan, gardener, ri 

Kill 

1 • i tanm II D inJel, tailor c U\ Ingaton A 

Pro, bd in 



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tion plan of the Ontario Mutual Life. Tbefinesl 
plan of insurance extant. The company wrote 
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DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



209 



O'Doniu'll John. Inland Revenue Of- 
flcer, res 331 Barrie 

o'i »onm U John E, clerk, lvs 331 Bar- 
rie 

m :i Patrick, storkeeper K P, res 
64 Arch 

O'Donnell Wm. laborer, res rear 24 
Johnston 

O'Donnell Wm J. salesman Geo Sear?. 
lVS 64 Arch 

O'Driscoll, see also Driscoll 

O'Driseoll Augustin, clerk E W Mul- 
lin. Ivs 1S6 Barrie 

O'Driscoll Jeremiah, res 186 Barrie 

O'Driscoll Miss Maggie, dressmaker 186 
Barrie, lvs same 

O'Gorman, see also Gorman and Mc- 
Gorman 

O'Gorman Daniel, carter, res S John 

O'Hara George, bottler Jas Thompson, 
bds 36S Barrie 

O'Hara Henry, messenger Merchants' 
Bank, res over 259 King e 

O'Hearn, see A'Hearn and Hearn 

O'Keefe Ellen, housekeeper 305 Alfred 

O'Leary Wm H, boilermaker Kingston 
Foundry, res 54 Division 

O'Malley Miss Bridget, res 245 Mon- 
treal 

O'Neil, see also O'Neill, Neal, Neil and 
Neill 

O'Neil Annie (wid Patrick), res 367 
Bagot 

O'Neil Arthur, lab, res 263 Sydenham 

O'Neil Edward, sailor, lvs 263 Syden- 
ham 

O'Neil James, carpenter, res 278 Syden- 
ham 

O'Neil Terence, lab GTR freight 
sheds, res 20 Earl 

O'Neil Samuel A, appr Kingston Hosi- 
ery Co, lvs 87 Collingwood 



O'Neil Wm. lab, res 82 William 
I Neil Wm !'.. i nginei r, res 87 Colling- 
wood 

O'Neil] Charles J, laborer, res 55 Bay 

O'Neill James, laborer Gas Works, res 
11 John 

O'Neill Miss Jane, tailoress, lvs 14S lli- 
deau 

O'Neill John, lab, res 435 Barrie 

O'Neill Michael J, sailor str Empire 
State, res rear 148 Ontario 

O'Neill Patrick, lab, res 142 Rideau 

O' Regan, see also Ragan and Regan 

O'Regan John, res 88 William 

O'Regan Michael, sailor, lvs 88 Wil- 
liam 

O'Reilly, see also O'Riely, Reilly and 
Riley 

O'Reilly Catherine (wid Michael), res 
15 Railway Cottages, Ontario st 

O'Reilly Miss Eliza A, lvs 66 Barrie 

O'Reilly Felix, lab Gas Works, res 202 
Montreal 

O'Reilly Frank, teacher St Mary's 
School, bds 464 Division 

O'Reilly Mrs M, bds Queen's Hotel 

O'Reilly James, contractor, 98 William, 
res same 

O'Reilly Mary (wid Wm), lvs 93 Wil- 
liam 

O'Reilly Michael, marble cutter S J 
Kilpatrick & Co, res 32 Dufferin 

O'Reilly Patrick, shoemkr, 36 Ellic", 
s same 

O'Reilly Wm J, clerk P O Inspector s 
Dept, lvs 93 William 

O'Reily Miss Sarah, Manager J C 
Woods, 101 Princess, lvs 313 John- 
ston 

O'Reily Thomas, engineer str City of 
Selkirk, res 313 Johnston 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



O'Rourke, see also Rourke 

O'Rourke Arthur, conductor Street Ry 
Co, bds 102 Rideau 

O'Rourke Francis, lab, bds 16 Russell 

O'Rourke Owen, florist, bds American 
Hotel 

O'Shea. see also Shea. 

O'Shea Eliza (wid John), res 37 John- 
ston 

O'Shea Miss Grace, teacher Cataraqui 
School, lvs 285 Queen 

C'Shea Sophia (wid Jeremiah), res 2S5 
Queen 

(•Shea Win J, clerk John Corbett. lvs 
285 Queen 

O'Sulllvan, see also Sullivan 

O'Sullivan Wm, engineer, res 107 Wel- 
lington 

( »*Toole, Bee also Toole 

O'Toole Charles, engineer K Vehicle 
Co. res 10 James 

Oak Ball, H D Blbby prop, 316 King e 
ndorffer Abraham, clgarmkr S 
Oberndorffer, lvs 88 Queen 

Oberndorffer Brothers i Henry 
Oberndorffer), Tobacconists, 64-66 

Oberndorffer Henry, (Obern- 
dorffer Bros), lvs Si Queen 
Oberndorffer Marcus, mngr s Obern 
ffer, i\ s 88 Queen 

fer Simon, cigar mnfr 89 K 
■ Princess, res v s i 

l Vincent I ickley A 
bds Windsor i [otel 
I tckley John, rms 17 \ Barrie 
• '• klej Thomas l : i Vlncenl I >ekley A 
i to Mot | 

i tolborne 
Sons, (Thorn 
i \ ii • • .i . • i-iiii 

S ii i > 1 1 1 1 1 1 . res 
'"i il and Orchard 



Odd Fellows Relief Associa- 
tion of Canada. F Fowler, MI). 
President. J B Mclver, Vice-Presi- 
dent, Robert Meek, Secretary. D Cal- 
laghan. Treasurer, Odd Fellows 
Block, cor Princess and Sydenham 

Emily (wid Jonathan), lvs 6 
Frontenac 

Offord Ethelbert, clerk J B Mclver, res 
71 Colborne 

Offord Frederick A, clerk G Offord, res 
178 Clc!- 

Offord George, sr, boots and shoes 115 
Brock, res 50 Clergy 

Offord Jonathan, Assistant Busi- 
ness Manager British Whig, res 6 
Frontenac 

Miss Annie, mantlemkr, bel- 
li rock 

Ogllvie Cap! G H, adjutant "A" Bat- 
tery, res 165 Queen 

Ohlke Paul O R, picture framer. res" 
109 Brock 

Ohlke Mrs Maria, pictures 109 Brock, 

res sam" 

Miss Kate, lvs L03 Wellington 
Oldfln John W, Plumber, strain 
ami Qaa Fitter, '■'■' Brock, res 282 Wel- 
lington 

i >Uham Jane (wid John K >, 

lore, res u 
Oldrieve George M, clerk Penwlck, 

i [endry «<: I !o, lv« 7 Wellington 
Oldrieve George S i Oldrieve A 

Horn), res 7 Wellington 
Oldrieve & Horn, | George S Old- 

ii>" nder Born), S 

•I I in 

i albert, clg irmkr G A McOov an, 

!\ H 121 K '' 

Ml |S, physician L93 Kl 
res 
i Hiver Ch P M T I 

K 1 1 I 

i ;. customs broK 
< Clarence, res 279 Weliin 



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lill 



i diver Edward Q, Lvs 91 Lower Bai 
Oliver Isaac, carp M T Co, res 94 Low- 
er Bagot 
Oliver James, sailor schr Pilot. lvs '■■> 

University ave 
Oliver John, capt cehr Pilot, res 31 

University ave 
Oliver Percy G, clerk C G Oliver. Ivs 

- Wellington 
Oliver W'm H, sailor, lvs 31 University 

avenue 
Olsen John, fish dealer 279 King 

same 
Ontario Bank, A J Macdonell, 

Manager, cor King and Clarence 
Ontario Building & Savings 

Society, (' V Price President, Wm 

MrRossie, Vice-President, James M •- 
Arthur, Manager, 67 Clarence 

Ontario Mutual Life Assur- 
ance Co, S Roughton District 
Agent 151 Wellington, (see adv right 
top lires) 

Opera Saloon, L E Guess prop, 210 
Princess 

Oram John P ( Oram & Moore), Re- 
sidence 89 Clergy w 

Oram & Moore, ( John P Oram. A 
A Moore, T J Shanks,. T C Carters 
Proprietors Kingston Daily Xews, 67 
Princess 

Oriental Hotel. R H Walker prop, 1S4-6 
Wellington 

Or man Wm. watchman, res 61 George 

Orphanage of the Hotel Dieu, 

Sister Hopkins Mother Superior. Sy- 
denham cor Brock 
Orphans' Home, Mrs A E Carscal- 

l*n matron, cor Union and University 
avenue 



Orr Angus, trav Robertson Bros, bds 
Brit Am Hotel 

Orr Miss Jane, lvs 21:? Bagot 

Orr John, res 213 Bagot 

Orr John, caretaker Fair Grounds, res 
York and Nelson 

Orr John L, engineer Gas Works, r^s 
37 Princess 

Orr Miss Matilda, lvs 213 Bagot 

Orrell Ann (wld Joseph), res 17 Uni- 
versity ave 

Orrell Thomas, Painter and Pa- 
per Hanger, lvs 17 University ave 

Orser Miss Catherine, dressmkr, &J5 
Princess, lvs same 

Orser Ed»vard, musician, res 335 Prin- 
cess 

Orser Horace, lab, res 335 Princess 

Orser Horace G. clerk E P Jenkins, 
lvs e s Collingwood. 1 s of Johnston 

Orser Isaac, lab. res 28 Chatham 

Orser Mary A (wid Rev Ezra A), lvs 
3S Ellice 

Orser Sidney H, carp, res e s Colling- 
wood. 1 s of Johnston 

Orser Thomas, driver James Reid, lvs 
2S Chatham 

Osborne George, Treasurer King- 
ston, Portsmouth & Cataraqui Elec- 
tric Railway, res 1^2 Johnston 

Osborne Herbert A C. photographer 224 
Princess, res 557 same 

Osier Charles H, civil engineer, res 168 
P.ideau 

Ostler Bros (Frederick, jr. and Thomas 
A), grocers 259 University ave 

Ostler Frederick, butcher, res 26J Uni- 
versity ave 

Ostler FredericK. jr, (Ostler Bros), res 
259 University ave 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



Ostler Thomas A (Ostler Bros), 1 
University ave 

Ottawa House, James Norris Pro- 
prietor, 257 Ontario, cor Queen 

Otto Charles H. bookbinder 233 Bagot. 
lvs 34 Frontenac 

Otto Joshua J, bookbinder C H Otto, 
-4 Frontenac 

Outran) .Mrs Susan, lvs 21 Arch 

9 Henry, carpet layer F C Mar- 
shall, bda 27:' Princess 



Packer Alfred, grocer 226 Barrie, lvs 

24 Division 
Packer Thomas, timekeeper Locomo- 
tive W< rks, res 24 Division 

■ n Thomas, carter Divi- 

sion 

Arthur, sailor, res 298 Johnston 
John, foreman K & P Ry, lvs 

North 
John i ». car Inspector k & I 

\.>ith 
Win. fireman K A P Ry, Iva fool 
of North 

Win. wiper, lvs foot of North 
' tinea !•:. lab, res SI t Barrie 
Pain eh. moulder Kingston 

di \ . ivs io Union -■ 

(wid Win J), 1 

Monti 

lomaa n. moulder Kin 
10 Union -• 
■ Timothy, res 10 Union a 
Pennell 

amaker Smith 
18 Alfi 
••ii Wm s. carp, rei _• ts ,\ih 
1 i printer, • irrie 

"i. \i T Co, 

129 King • 

"p \i T Co, i>'ls 

I 1 



Parent Benjamin, bds 141 Ordnance 
Parent Fred, night clerk City Hotel 
Parent Napoleon, Paymast i- K 

& P Ry, res 141 Ordnancei 
Parish George, laborer General Hospi- 
tal 
Parke George C, lab, res 206 William 
Park Robert D, clerk J J Hunter, lvs 

187 Clergy 
Parker. see also Parkin 
Parker Charles M, lvs 198 King e 
Parker Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker 93 

Raglan rd, bds same 
Parker Fanny A (wid Edward Hi. res 

198 King e 
Parker George, acct Merchants' Bank. 

res 372 Brock 
Parker James, watchman Dupont At 

Wilson, bds 152 Sydenham 
Parker John P, yardman Jas Reid. lvs 

Princess 
Parker Wm J. lvs 20 William 
Parker Wm S, engineer str Passport, 

res 20 William 
Parkhill Henry B. clerk J Y Parkhill 

& Co, lvs 246 Princess 
Parkhill John Y (J Y Parkhill A 

res 240 Princess 
Parkhill J Y & Co (John Y Parkhill), 

wholesale produce, ji»; Prim 
Parkin Oeorg n. teamster Wm Mc- 

M Sydenham 
Parkin Th \ clerk, lvs 294 Uni- 

ity a\ e 
Parkin Th.nnas If, conftr, res 294 Unl- 

versitj ave 

tt Esther (n Id Jonathan), bd 
Alfred 
Parsley John, tinsmith UcKelvt 
Birch, h I 228 B u 

II'" i'M iw Id Wm), lvs 37 

i i mea 

Idga Alfred, appr N McNeil, Iyi 
276 King • 

Idga Ernest, wlrt worker P w 
Parti Idge, In 276 R ln| 



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ONTARIJ MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



KINGSTON AU'IIABKTICAL 1)1 KK( TORY. 



213 



Part ! ' nuis \V. \\i!'i- worker 275 

King e, res same 
Partridge Frank, win- worker F W 

Partridge, lva 27r> King e 
Patenaude Oliver, capt str Arabian, res 

l Barrie 
Paterson Capt Francis, res 163 Union w 
Paterson F Stanley, salesman A 

Strachan, lvs 163 Union w 
Patterson Miss Annie, bds 110 Lower 

Bag<>t 
Patterson David, plumber, lvs 601 Prin- 
cess 
Patterson David J, carpenter, res 601 

Princess 
Patterson Miss Ellen, res 91 Queen 
Patterson Ellen (wid Robert), res 418 

Johnston 
Patterson Elizabeth (wid Henry), res 

378 Princess 
Patterson George R, clerk P J Walsh, 

lvs 41S Johnston 
Patterson Henry T, boilermaker, res 8 

Colborne 
Patterson John, pound keeper, res 46 

Upper William 
Patterson John I, carpenter, lvs 601 

Princess 
Patterson Matthew, capt barge Hia- 
watha, res 1 Hale's Cottages, King w 
Patterson Robert, mate barge Hiawa- 
tha, lvs 1 Hale's Cottages, King w 
Patterson Robert H, guard K P, res 

129 Union w 
Patterson Robert W, painter Moncrieff 

& Co, res 679 Princess 
Patterson Wm, tinsmith Locomotive 
Works, lvs 1 Hale's Cottages, King w 
Patterson Wm J, appr W Adams, lvs 

46 Upper William 
Patton Robert M M, mach W J Moore, 
lvs 22 York 



Paul James, res 26 Uppei» William 
Paul Capt John, supt Public Works, 

res 276 Johnston 
Paul Wjljtam J, Tobacconist, To 

Princess, lvs 26 Upper William 
Payne Ambrose G, carpenter, res rear 

208 Alfred 
Payne Frederick, lab M T Co, bds 370 

Bagot 
Payne Mrs Frederick, lvs 81 Clarence 
Paynter Hugh F, broommkr W Bailey 

& Co, lvs 209 Montreal 
Paynter John, machinist Locomotive 
Works, lvs 3 Devonshire Terrace, 
Sydenham st 
Paynter Mary A (wid John), res 209 

Montreal 
Paynter Robert, shoemaker W Allen 

& Son, lvs 209 Montreal 
Paynter Wm J, machinist Locomotive 
Works, res 3 Devonshire Terrace, 
Sydenham st 
Pearce, see also Pierce 
Pearce Richard P, Assistant Su- 
perintendent London Life Insurance 
Co, Ontario Chambers, cor King and 
Clarence, Residence 152, Division 
Pearson George, moulder, lvs 229 Earl 
Pearson John H, sergeant A Battery, 

lvs Tete du Pont' Barracks 
Pelletier J J Cyrille, cutter Z Prevost, 

res 338 Brock 
Pelon Dennis, carp, res 22 Earl 
Pelow Thomas H, trav J McParland, 

bds Thousand Island House 
Pelow Miss Mary A, rms 84 Johnston 
Pennell, see also Pannell 
Pennell Henry, caretaker YMCA build- 
ing, res same 
Penner Mass Eliza, res 158 Earl 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



Pense Edward J B, Proprietor 
British Whig 306-310 King e; Resi- 
dence 49 same 

Pense James P, clerk Post Office, res 
184 Queen 

Perceval Harriette (wid Henry), res 159 
Queen 

Percy John, cab owner, res 106 Gore 

Percy Samuel, driver John Percy, lvs 
106 Gore 

Percy Thomas, blacksmith R Davis & 
Son. res 56 Division 

Percy John A, mach, res 223 Montreal 

Perry Alfred, insurance agrent, res s s 
Durham, 2 e of Macdonnell 

Perry E Iward J, moulder, res 432 John- 
ston 

Perry Ellen .1 (wld Win), tailoreas, lvs 

10fi i : 
Perry Miss Emma, saleslady, lvs L06 

Harriet J (wid Samuel V), res 

it,' Queen 

in w. carp, res l it Colborae 
Perry Norman H, clerk Franklin A 
pbell, res 97 Wellington 

: bottler 3 R Hinds, lvs 
B7 Wellin 

1 'uiharn 
Wm. hostler 3 Carson, lvs i-it 
< folb 
Perry Wm, trailer Dr G w Bell 

er, bda □ i 
m 1 i kland, i w ofMonl 

■ i ihn, plat ' n s 

m u kland, i ■ real 

n John T. scourer B Ho 
'"" Union 

Mian Tie .mm i i •. laborer, res 270 
Sydenham 

man wm a. splnm r, lvs 
I i m of Mom 

i i rude, h i LOS Ban 
i ■ i , , . 'ii 

fred 

i i n of Johnston 



Peters Joseph, blacksmith 70 Cherry. 

res same 
Peters Leonora (wid Thomas), res 123 

Lower Bagot 
Peters Margaret (wid Wm), res 92 Bay 
Peters Wm, broommaker, lvs 92 Bay 
Peters Wm, weighman Jas Richardson 

& Son, res 395 Division 
Petrie John D, ledger keeper Bank of 

B N A. res 102 Bagot 
Pettigrew Alexander D. currier J J 

Carrington, res IS Quebec 
Pfohl John C, laborer, bds 133 Queen 
Phelan Daniel, MD. Physician 

and Surgeon, Office and Residence 246 

Phelan Wm, foreman G A McGowan. 

res 219 Montreal 
Phillip-. Mrs, res 423 Brock 
Phillips Miss Annie, dressmak 

King w, lvs same 
Phillips Arthur, gardener 100 Stuart 
Phillips Miss Prances s, lvs 85 Ba 
Phillips Prank R, trav, i >s 217 I 
Phillips John, capt schr Dunmore, res 

Wolfe l- 1 
Phillips John s. carp ratlve 

and D ■ Factory, l\ - 75 

Phillip- Joseph, carp titer, bds 34 

Phillips M - | . is Ring 

w. lvs same 
Phillips Miss Matilda, lvs 15 King w 
Phillips Matilda i\- Id Thorn; 

i iraqul s -hool 
Phill 

Phlll 

Co, lvs t 

Phillips Thomas, labor* i 

Phllll 

I 

,\ Co 
Phillips Wm H, caretah P irk, 

oi ge 



YOU ARE RESPECTFULLY! INVITED TO EXAMINE THE 
ACTUAL RESULTS OF INVESTMENT POLICIES IN THE 
ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE. NO OTHER COMPANY'S RESULTS 
IN CANADA CAN EQUAL THEM. "ASK IFOR SOME." 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



K I NGST< )\ ALPHA BETICA L DIB E< ITOR Y. 



215 



Phippen Henry H, plumber Nugent & 

Taylor, bds 122 Johnston 
Phippen .Miss Kate, res 117 Stuart 
Phippen Wm S, clerk GTR, bds 201 

Albeit 
Pickering Wm H, grocer 12 Lower Ri- 

deau, res same 
Pierce, see also Pearce 
Peirce Alfred, lab, lvs 1 Gray's lane 
Pierce Charles, lab GTR, bds 156 Ba- 

got 
Pierce Mrs Margaret, lvs 1 Gray's lane 
Pigion Edward, broommaker, lvs 428 

Barrie 
Pigion Jane (wid Nathaniel), res 428 

Barrie 
Pigion John, piano maker Worm with 

& Co. lvs 428 Barrie 
Pigion Richard, market garden, res 387 

Alfred 
Pillar Frances (wid Wm), res 435 Prin- 
cess 
Pillar Thomas, baker W Pillar, lvs 358 

Princess 
Pillar Wm, baker 358 Princess, res 

same 
Pimer John, laborer, res 212 Earl 
Pipe Walter H, salesman Wm Pipe, 

res 124 Montreal 
Pipe Wm, Wholesale A: Retail Wines 

and Liquors and Proprietor Kingston 

Bottling Works, 261 Princess, Resi- 
dence 285 same 
Pipe Wm, jr, bottler Wm Pipe, res 333 

Queen 
Pipe Mrs Wm, dressmaker 333 Queen 
Piper Albert, checker GTR, res 23 

Wade's lane 
Pitman Catherine (wid Wilson), res 21 

Ellice 
Plank Jabez J, lab, res 26(a) Ellice 



Plewes David, barrister Britton & 

Whiting, bds 311 University ave 
Pogue George, mason, res 26 Main 
Pogue Irwin, lab, 398(a) Division 
Pogue Miss Mary, lvs 245 Montreal 
Pogue Robert R, instructor K P, res w 

s Alwington ave, 4 n of King 
Polley, see also Pollie 
Polley Mary (wid Wm), lvs e s Vic- 
toria, cor Concession rd 
Police Court, ( <>l John Duff Police 

Magistrate, City Buildings 
Police Station, Edwin Horsey 

Chief of Police, City Buildings 
Pollie, see also Polley 
Pollie Ann (wid Alexander), lvs 190 

Ordnance 
Pollie John, tinsmith Simmons Bros, 

res 50 Colborne 
Pollitt Francis W, baker R H Toye, 

res 22 Pine 
Pollitt Frederick J, baker H Lougher 

lvs 22 Pine 
Pollitt Henry, baker Wm Pollitt, bds 

40 Division 
Pollitt Wm, baker e s Collingwood, 2 s 

of Johnston, res same 
Pollock Lizzie, domestic 253 Ontario 
Poison Neil c, res 317 University ave 
Poison Miss Susie C, student, lvs 200 

Queen 
Pomeroy Wm F, agent Singer Mnfg 

Co, res n s Concession rd, 3 w of 

Division 
Pomfret Richard M, loom fixer Cotton 

Mills, res 26 James 
Poole Alburtus P, student, bds 322 

Brock 
Pope Thomas N, shoemaker 180 Col- 
borne, res n s Ellice, 2 w of Vine 
Porter Alexander, lvs 99 York 



JL O U N Gr ]\Z[ E N That have a likin S for the horse 
would do well to take a course in the KINGSTON VeTER 1 NARVrnx^S? 
ConsultProf. KnightorG.W. Bell, VX^.SI^Sie^ S2SKE 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



A. A. A. greatest pain killer 
known. Hobart's sweet flavor- 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it 



216 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



Porter Charles, storeman Fenwick, 

Hendry & Co, res 133 Bagot 
Porter Charles S R, pressman British 

Whig, lvs 133 Bagot 
Porter John G, painter Robinson Bros. 

res rear 134 Chatham 
Porter W'alter, private A Battery, nns 

70 William 
Post Office Inspector's Depart- 
ment, B Merrick Inspector, a r 

Clarence and Wellington 
Post Office, .1; m s Shannon 

master, cor Clarence and Wellington 
Pot1 r Abraham, sectionman K & P 

Ry, res head of Hickson ave 
Potter Capt Alexander, res 213 Albert 
Potter Alexander, sectionman K & P 

Ry, lvs head of Hickson ave 
Potter James S. Sailors' Missionary 193 

Ontario, res 560 Princess 
Potter .John, blacksmith J Laturney, 

lvs Portsmouth 
Potter .John, fireman K & P Ry, res n 

s EUdeau, 5 •• of Montreal 
Potter John H, barber A E Elmer, lvs 

213 Albert 

■ iin s. lvs 560 Print 

hi. Bectlon foreman K t v 

p Ry, res 668 Montreal 
Potter \Vm H. prop St Lawrence Hotel 
King e 
r Wm M. lvs 560 Pi Inci 

i u.iiiw ay Cot- 
tttarlo st 
Pound George I >. baker 368 Montreal. 

Pound Jotm. baker 271 Division 

Pound Joseph, driver .i Pound, lvs 271 

Division 
Pound .1 v -' 

T Co, res 2M Rldeau 
i ■ carpenter, i L09 

R i .' ! i ii I > I 

I Q Bl 

i ■ 



Powell Haffell J, photo J W Powell, 

lvs 163 Princess 
Powell James W, photographer 165 

Princess, res same 
Powell John, sailor str Armenia, res 6 

George 
Powell Miss Lydia, lvs 105 Raglan rd 
Powell Mary (wid James), res 105 Rag- 
lan rd 
Powell Mary A (wid Richard), res 231 
Wellington 

r Charlotte (wid John), res 157 
Queen 

:• Edward M, agent London Life 
Co, lvs 64 i Sore 
Power Joseph W, ARCA, Power 

& Son), Residence 72 Sydenham 
Power R J Stanley, lvs 72 Sydenham 
r Thomas R P, architect Power & 
Son, res 81 Union e 

Wm. carp, res t>4 Gore 
Power & Son | Joseph VV Power, 
arca). Architects, over Merchants' 
Hank, eor Block and Wellll 

rs Edward, baker The Gardiner 
Co, bda tn7 Prim 
Powers John, carp, ri B 131 < !olboi 
Cowers Martin, carp, lvs l.'.l Division 
Powers Walter, res 381 Prlr 
Pratehett i E, coachman I A 

k. res n a King, i n of Centre 

Pratt Miss Annie, lvs 1 Wellington 'Cr- 
il st 

i rude, Ivi 
Pratt Matilda Cw Id James), n 

gy w 
Pressley John, engineer, res 100 King e 
i ibei t. clerk Z Pro^ ost, lvs 

ii : i 
Prevost Louis A Prevosl A I 

tins :M7 Johnston 
Provosl Zotlque, merchant tailoi 

Bro k r i LIS Bar] 
Provost & Co Louis \ Prevosl ), 

Prapi letoi i The K Ingi ton F 

parim.nt.il Store, 80 Prlnci 

.ni\ from ' " 



THE ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COM- 
PANY WILL ACCEPT FEMALE RISKS-FIRST-CLASS- AT 
THE SAME RATES AS MEN. WITHOUT EXTRA. BOYS 
OVER 14 YEARS OF AGE INSURABLE ON ANY PLAN. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON AUMIAUKTICAL DIRECTORY. 



217 



Price Cornelius V, Judge County Court, 

res L38 King e 
Price John, asst supt twine dept K 1". 

rea 13 West 
Prime Catherine (wid Rev Frederick), 

res 138 Johnston 
Primo John, musician, res 57 Bay 
Prince Eliza (wid James), res 37 Clergy 

west 
Prinyer Sarah (wid Alexander), rms 

421 Princess 
Prinyer Sarah A (wid Alexander A), 

bds 360 Brock 
I 'rit .hard Warren H, confr 68 Princess, 

res same 
Prittie Richard J, stableman A Mell- 

quham. Ivs 451 Princess 
Prittie Thomas, driller Locomotive 

Works, res 451 Princess 
Prittie Wm T, student, lvs 451 Princess 
Provincial Hotel, John Reeve prop, 35 

Brock 
Proudy Jane (wid Wm), res 60 Elm 
Public Library, Miss Olive Spriggs 

Librarian, Montreal, cor Princess 
Public School Board, John Mac- 

donald Secretary-Treasurer, 28 Mon- 
treal 
Public School Inspector's Of- 
fice. W G Kidd Inspector, 28 Montreal 
Public School Library, John 

-Macdonald Librarian. 28 Montreal 
Pug-h Mrs Elizabeth, res 222 Division 
Pugh. Joseph E, clerk Steacy & 

Steaey, lvs Portsmouth 
Pugh Miss Leah, dressmkr, 232 Earl, 

res same 
Purcell Michael, boss shoveller James 

Richardson & Sons, res 174 Bagot 
Purcell Patrick J, barber 73 Clarence, 



Purcell Patrick J, carder K Hosiery Co, 

lvs 174 Bagot 
Purdue John, lvs 47 Upper William 
Purdy Elijah B, res 42S Prin 
Purdy Mrs Elijah B, boarding house, 

428 Princess 
Purdy Frank D, clerk C Livingston & 

Bro, bds 209 Wililam 
Purdy John, farmer, res York Rd 
Purtell James, carter, res 5s Upper 

Charles 
Purtell James J, letter carrier, res 18 

Alma 
Purtell John, lab, res rear 40 Johnston 
Purtell Michael, clerk Geo M Wilkin- 
son & Son, lvs 5S Upper Charles 
Purtell Wm, blacksmith K & P Ry 

shops, res 25 Upper Charles 
Purvis Mjss Annie, bds 332 Johnston 
Purvis Miss Bella, res 55 King w 
Purvis Miss Margaret, lvs US Lower 

Bagot 
Purvis Miss Sarah, lvs 55 King w 
Purvis Johanna (wid Paul), res 35 King 

west 
Purvis Thcmas, driver John Gleeson, 

lvs 35 King w 
Purvis W John, helper Locomotive 

Works, res 14 George 



Q 



Queen's College and Univer- 
sity, Very RevGeorge Monro Grant, 
MA, DD, LLD, Principal, cor Arch 
and Stuart 

Queen's College Journal, ( week- 
ly ), Aimer Mater Society. Pub- 
lishers, Queen's College 

Queen's Hotel, Daniel Staley prop 121- 
127 Brock 



niOEACTTO flr" nfiPO Dr. Bell V.S. has made a special study for the 

JloLA^ILw Up UUuw past tenyrears of the diseases of these animals 

^^__ __ ^___^_^__^^ and has fitted up a hospital for the treatment of 

their diseases and injuries. [Phone 514 and 2»Jl 



CONSULTATION FREE. 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



218 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



Queen's University Medical 
Faculty, Fife Fowler, MR Dean, 

Stuart cor Arch 
Quigley James, lab, res 216 Montreal 
Quigley James, engineer, res 31 Upper 

Charles 
Quigley Joseph, customs officer, res 1 H 

William 
Quigley -Miss Margaret, res 20 Johnston 
Quigley Miss Mary, lvs 20 Johnston 
Quigley Thomas, lab, Locomotive 

Works, i«s 24 James 
Quilicia Stephen, lab Locomotive 

Works, res rear 87 Johnston 
Quinn Charles, coal and wood, Place 

d'Armes, bds 17 Colborne 
Quinn Frank, porter City Hotel 
Quinn Miss Maggie, lvs 159 Wellington 
Quinn Michael, night watchman, res 

L59 Wellington 

, owen, driver J Campbell, res S4 

Queen 
Quinn Patrick J. clerk Kingston 

..I Johnston 
Quinn Win. tanner, res n s Fifth. 3 w 

of Chatii 

tal Ernesl L, watchman Cotton 

Mm | Dufferin 

. ,,,, lm mate schr Gratham, res 8 

Qalll Chatham Bt 



K 



o Regan, and 1 1 R< 
,,, M.u v (wid Michael), grocer, e ■ 
e] \y t i n of King, rei sumo 

,, , i Elmer prop, BOS 

trael 

, . Elisabeth <u id i >"' s " 

mi,, rt, i n or priB 

ii. apiarist, bdi 105 

Rd 

[all Edwin, cigarmkr 1 1 A McOow- 

Hl( ■ 



Randall George, lab Gas Works, res 

430 Johnston 
Randall James, lab, res 9 Charles 
Randall Margaret (wid Benjamin), res 

26 Ellice 
Randall Rowland, cigarmkr, G A Mc- 

Gowan, lvs 26 Ellice 
Randall Thomas, currier J J Carring- 

ton, lvs 9 Charles 
Randall Thomas J, night clerk Brit 

Am Hotel 
Randall Wm M. bricklayer, res 42 Up- 
per Charles 
Randolph John S, Proprietor City 

Hotel 133 137 Princess 
Raney Frank, | Raney, Reid A - Bel 

by), bds 248 Barrle 
Raney, Reid & Selby, ( Frank 
Raney. Win H Reid, Charles Selby), 
Proprietors Kingston Foundry, On- 
tario, cor Union 
Rankin Ann J, (wid Andrew), res 11 

Rideau 
Rankin Charles H, carp, lvs 21 Rideau 
Rankin James w. tinsmith, lvs 21 Ri- 

deau 
Rankin Martin, fireman Tug Glide, bis 

Albion Hotel 
Rathbun Company, Allan Chad- 
wick Manager, Builders' Sun 
Coal, etc., Ontario cor Place d'Armes, 
flour ami Peed, 246 Prlnc 
Rattenburj John u. salesman Oak 
ii ill. hs a Union (t 

n Alfred J, salesman J B Hender- 
son, res -'_'_' King e 

nond Harold, i omp British w 
bdi 863 Bro Ii 
Raj mond Win s. . lectrlclan Electric 

) teen 
i:.i > nerd Ellen <« i.i John), res 220 

Barrla 
Rayson Rev Robert W, Rector 
ah Balnt ■' < Ihurch, lvs 399 alfi ■■•! 

: w 1 is 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON 



A Substantial Canadian Old 
Line Company. Has the best 
inducements for intending in- 
surers of any co'y in Canada. 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



219 



Rea Albert, clerk Hardy & Co, lvs 50 
Division 

Rea Annie, housekeeper 119 Albert 

Rea David, lab, res 48 Division 

Rea David J, moulder, res s s Dufferin, 

1 w of Rideau 
Rea Mary (wid Andrew), lvs 119 Albert 
Rea Rebecca (wid John), res e s Bev- 
erly, 3 s of Union 
Rea Wm A, sexton St Andrew's 

Church, res 119 Albert 
Redden James | Janus Redden & 

Co), bds British American Hotel 
Redden James & Co ( James Red" 

den, Wardrope H Dyde), Wholesale 

and Retail Grocers, 178 Princess 
Redden Jeremiah, carp, res 7 Cowdy 
Reddick Elizabeth O, (wid Wm), bds 

198 Bagot 
Redmond Augustine, clerk J J Behan. 

lvs 21 Division 
Redmond James J, bookkeeper, lvs 21 

Division 
Redmond John, clerk R Waldron, lvs 

Portsmouth 
Redmond Mogue, 2nd engineer str 

Hero, res 154 Lower Bagot 
Redmond Patrick, night watchman 

Rockwood Asylum, res 21 Division 
Reed, see also Reid 
Reed Miss Emma, Dressmaker and 

Ladies' Furnishings, 167 Wellington, 

lvs 172 Barrie 
Reed James, lab, bds s s York, 1 e of 

Albert 
Reed Marshall, lab, res n s Russell, 1 

w of Montreal 
Reed W B, Proprietor Anglo Ameri- 
can Hotel, Ontario, cor Johnston 



Reed Wm H, carriagemkr, res 172 Bar- 
rie 

Rees Allen J, fruits and confectionery 
166 Princess, res 196 Queen 

Rees Bros (Frederick S Rees), whole- 
sale confry 119 Brock 

Rees Caroline (wid Samuel), lvs 224 
Johnston 

Rees Charles F, trav, res 224 Johnston 

Rees Edward A, lvs 179 Queen 

Rees Frederick S, (Rees Bros), res 179 
Queen 

Rees Herbert H L, clerk A J Rees, res 
3 Cherry 

Reeve John prop Provincial Hotel 35 
Brock 

Reeve Robert, scavenger, res w s Al- 
bert, 2 n of Princess 

Reeve Walter, blacksmith K Vehicle 
Co, res w s Albert, 1 n of Princess 

Reeves Daniel, trav, res 281 Montreal 

Reeves John, lvs 35 Brock 

Regan, see also Ragan, and O'Regan 

Regan Elizabeth (wid John), res 52 O'- 
Kill 

Registry office for servants, 284 Prin- 
cess 

Reid, see also Reed 

Reid Allan, driver Kingston Laundry, 
lvs 317 Johnston 

Reid A Duncan, inspr Ocean Accident 
Ins Co, lvs 639 Princess 

Reid Miss Cassie, lvs 317 Johnston 

Reid David J, butcher W H Reid, lvs 
317 Johnston 

Reid Miss Elizabeth, lvs 308 Johnston 

Reid Prank C, upholsterer Jas Reid, 

lvs 256 Princess 
Reid Frederick A, stableman K &P Ry, 

res 87 Colborne 
Reid George, student, lvs 65 Union w 



G.W.BELL,V.S.,D.V.D.S, 

Telephones 514 and 201. 



Treats all diseases of do- 
mestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to day 
or night. 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, Sh A a u e , n ; e s r 

155 Princess Street. 



for Knickerbocker 
Braces. Sizes for 
men, women, boys and girls. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Reid Harvey, lvs 317 Johnston 

Reid James, grocer 101 Lower Bagot, 

res same 
Reid James, Undertaker, Embalm- 

er and Furniture Manufacturer, 364- 
256 Princess, res same. (See adv op- 
posite.} 
Reid James, moulder, lvs 211 Earl 
Reid James E, cutter Clark, Wright & 

Son, res 65 Union w 
Reid James H, horse trainer, lvs 317 

Johnston 
Reid John M, mach R Davis & Son, 

res 91 Lower Bagot 
Reid Joseph W, cabinet maker James 

Reid, res 6 Garrett 
Reid Marion (wid Win), lvs 317 John- 
ston 
Reid Marshall P, grocer 51 Union w, 

lvs 30 same 
Reid M Ryckman, student, res 246 

Queen 
Reid Mary (wid Matthew), res w s Al- 
bert, 1 s of Johnston 
Reid Mary (wid Wni), res 639 Princess 
Reid Mary (wid Wm), res 317 Johnston 
Reid Mary J (wid John), res 211 Earl 
l: Id Mary. I (wid Wm). Ivb 87 Colborne 
Reid Paul, foreman K ft M Forward- 
ing Co, res 35 Union \v 

Reid Robert J, Manager James 

i: Id, 854-8 Princess, res 8 Garrett 

iuel, comp British Whig, res 

.".'f, Queen 
Reid Bamuel v, upholsterer James 

I : i. ■ .hi 
Reid Bamue] h J, I kkeeper Tht 

Rathbun <•.,. lvs -".»•; Queen 
Ri ni \i i >.ii i \i tonics, iv i 

( lonoesslon rd, opp V l< ! 
Reid Thorns i, lab, ■■■ 188 Nel 

\v. moulder Kingston 

Foundry, Its -ii I 
Reid wm ii, butoher KM King i 

Ion rd, "i 'i' \'i.i 
Reid Wm H (Raney, Reid \ Belby, 

lvs .';."• (Jnlon w 



Reid Wm J, cabinet maker Carnovsky 

Wood Mnfg Co, lvs 639 Princess 
Reid Wm M, butcher W H Reid, lvs 

317 Johnston 
Reilly, see also O'Reilly, O'Reily and 

Riley 
Reilly Alexander, bell boy British Am- 
erican Hotel, lvs n s Raglan rd, 2 w 

of Bagot 
Reilly Alfred, sailor tug Petrel, lvs n 

s Raglan rd, 2 w of Bagot 
Reilly Arthur, lab, res 59 Bay 
Reilly Daniel J, violinist, bds 45 Prin- 
cess 
Reilly John, lab, res n s Raglan rd, 

2 w of Bagot 
Rendle Alfred E, appr W Bailey & Co, 

lvs 128 Victoria 
Rendle Charlotte (wid Edward W), res 

128 Victoria 
Renton John L, assistant postmaster 

res 319 University ave 
Renton Lucinda (wid James), rec 

Earl 
Renton Thomas T (Kingston Milling 

Co), lvs 272 Earl 

m Wm J, salesman Macnee & 

Minnes, res 330 University ave 
Rescorla Bdwln, mach, res 656 Princess 
Revel] Kiluard J, engine,-.' K Milling 

Co, res 148 Ontario 

II Mis i: .i. grocer, i is i mtario 
Revington Edward £3, lvs 139 Ordnance 
Jane i . (wid Louis B£), lvs 
• Mdnance 
Revlngrton John L, cigarmkr G IM< 

Oowan, lvs L89 Ordnance 

i \l\ ah. jew eller A (' Johnston 

A in,., bds L89 Bro( k 
Reyner Herbert, inner John Reyner, 

i\< i:i rjnloo w 
Reyner John, pianos and organs, Gold- 

■ ii Lion Block, res 183 Union w 
Reynolds Ann (wid Bamuel), lvs « s 

\ ictoria, I ■ of ( !onceslon rd 
Reynolds Francis J, moulder, res w ■ 

Victoria. 1 I of Concession rd 



I 853 



ESTABLISH E D 

JAMES REID, 



1853 



THE LEADING 




UNDERTAKER 

AND EMBALMER 

254 AND 256 PRINCESS STREET. 



OPEN DAY AND NIGHT . 

OFFICE TELEPHONE 147a RESIDENCE TELEPH0NE ; 147b 
The only Easy Riding" Ambulance in the City with 
Rubber Tires. 

R. J REID, Manager, 

8 GARRETT STREET. 



I 853 



ESTABLISH ED 



853 



OUI^ MOTTO IS 



To Sell Good Goods for Little Money 



The Most Valuable Goods 



AND 



By Far the Lowest Prices. 




SOLID OAK 

IN XVI CENTURY OR ANTIQUE FINISH 
ONLY S27.00 



IN SOLID OAK ANTIQUE FINISH 



THESE ARE FACTS OUR GOODS AND PRICES 
PROVE THEM, COME AND SEE. 

JAMES REID, 

254 AND 256 PRINCESS STREET. 

R .i. k' i I I >. M.i qaser. 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



INSURANCE IN FORCE, 
ASSETS OVER ■ - 
SURPLUS, - - • ■ 



$20,000,000 

- 3,000,000 
315,000 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



221 



Reynolds George C, moulder, lvs 8 

Fronter.ac 
Reynolds Robert, mason, res w s Nel- 
son, 2 n of Princess 
Reynolds Sampson, broommkr W Bail- 
ey & Co, res Victoria, cor Concession 
rd 
Reynolds Wm, moulder, res 8 Fron- 

tenac 
Reynolds Wm, jr, tailor C Livingston 

&Bro, lvs 8 Frontenac 
Ricard Francis, boarding 195 Earl 
Rice Miss Harriet, res 69 Sydenham 
Rice Thomas, lab, res 17 Deacon 
Richards Howard, lab, res e s Bever- 
ley, in row 1 n of King 
Richards Randell, student, bds 61 Arch 
Richards Samuel, bricklayer, res 102 

York 
Richards Stephen, boilermaker, res 50 

John 
Richards Stephen L, tailor J S Sands 

& Son, lvs 50 John 
Richardson Rev Alexander, pastor 
First Congregational Church, bds 132 
Wellington 
Richardson Dennis, lab Wm Drury, 

res s s Concession rd, 2 e of Alfred 
Richardson Miss Elizabeth, dressmak- 
er 308 Johnston, lvs same 
Richardson George A, ( James 
Richardson & Sons), res 118 Univer- 
sity ave 
Richardson George W, butcher 25 King 

w. res same 
Richardson Henry W, ( James 

Richardson & Sons), res 102 Stuart 
Richardson James & Sons ( Geo. 
A and Henry W Richardson), grain, 
foot of Princess 



Richardson Jane (wid Wm), res 62 Earl 

Richardson Jonathan, helper K & P 
Ry shops, res n s river, 2 w of Or- 
chard 

Richardson Miss Matilda, hair goods 
and corsets 177 Wellington, lvs Cata- 
raqui, Ont 

Richardson Richard, agent York Coun- 
ty L & S Co, res 251 Victoria 

Richardson Susannah (wid James), res 
100 Stuart 

Richardson Wm, res 308 Johnston 

Richardson Wm L, photographer 151 
Wellington, res 462 Brock 

Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Com- 
pany, T Hanley & Sons agents cor 
Ontario and Johnston 

Richmond Jane E (wid James), res 17 
Union w 

Richmond John M (Richmond & Co), 
lvs 17 Union w 

Richmond & Co (John M Richmond), 
dry goods 120 Princess 

Rickey George D, boat builder A C 
Knapp, bds ft of Ontario 

Riggs Wm E, bookkeeper S Oberndorf- 
fer, lvs 295 Barrie 

Rigley James, lab, res 88 York 

Rigney James W, clerk Rigney & Hick- 
ey, lvs 126 Johnston 

Rigney Timothy J, law student, lvs 126 
Johnston 

Rigney Wm (Rigney & Hickey), res 126 

Johnston 
Rigney & Hickey (Wm Rigney, John 

Hickey), groceries 136 Princess 
Riley, see also Reilly, O'Reilly and 

O'Reily 
Riley . Julia (wid Wm A), res 40 
Clergy w 



YOLJ NG JV1 EN THAT HAVE A LIKING FOR THEH0RSE 

WOULD DO WELL TO TAKE A COURSE IN THE fMJ^W^SSsJS!^ 
SULT PROF. KNIGHT OR GEO. W. BELL, V.S., D.V.D.S. TUITION VERY REASONABLE 



Our Stock is complete. 
Everything a Drug Store 
155 Princess Street. should have we keep. 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 



222 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Risbridge Thomas, farmer, res 371 Di- 
vision 

Risdon George W, supt York County 
L & S Co, bds Stanley House 

Roach, see also Roche 

Roach Edward, laborer, res w s Col- 
lingwood, 1 n of King 

Roach Edward F, carder K Hosiery 
Co, lvs w s Collingwood, 1 n of King 

Roach Letitia (wld John), res 68 York 

Roach Martin, clerk Jas Craw-ford, lvs 
39 King w 

Roach Wm, engineer K & M Forward- 
ing Co, res 39 King w 

Roach Wm J, boarder K Hosiery Co, 
lvs w s Collingwood, 1 n of King 

Roadley Joseph, caterer, res 202 Alfred 

Bobb David J, baggageman Folger'a 
Dock, res 17 Balaclava 

Robb James, butcher 316 Princess, res 
n s Concession rd, 8 w of Division 

i John, res s w cor Patrick and 
Pine 

Robb Joseph, student, lvs 221 Division 

Robb Mary (wid Wm), lvs 17 Balaclava 

Robbe Kphraim, butcher :."l Montral, 
res 284 same 

Roberts Miss Kliza, dressmaker 208 Al- 
fred, res same 

• T, chief clerk City BJn- 
Dept, res in < forborne 

Robertson Benjamin W, i( I. targe 
Robertson A Bon), Residence 161 

Robertson Bros (T RfcKean Bob 

■ ..id, Wholesale and Retail « frock- 

. i ;i;issw are and i Amp ■ loods, 187 

CSM 

n i • Stew ■ it. broker 190 < )n- 

... u tiling- 
ton 
Robei i --"N ECuphemla (wld < leorf 
s> .i.nii. i tn, ooi i 

146 Wel- 
lington 



Robertson George & Son ( Ben- 
jamin W Robertson), Wholesale Gro- 
cers 183 Ontario 

Robertson Herbert N, salesman Geo 
Robertson & Son, lvs 161 Earl 

Robertson Miss Jane, lvs 146 Welling- 
ton 

Robertson John, tailor, res 16 Stephen 

Robertson T McKean ( Robertson 
Bros), Residence 82 Union e 

Robertson Wm A, clerk George Rob- 
ertson & Son, lvs Sydenham, cor 
Earl 

Robertson Wm J, tailor J S Sands & 
Son, lvs 16 Stephen 

Robinson Miss Ada, lvs 266 Earl 

Robinson Alexander, helper Kingston 
Foundry, res 370 Brock 

Robinson Alexander, jr, appr C D 
Chown, lvs 370 Clergy w 

Robinson Alfred N, clerk R Waldron, 
lvs 28 Upper Charles 

Robinson Andrew, res 860 Division 

Robinson Brothers i Thomas I> 

and James S), Painters l'75-277 Ba- 

got 
Robinson Catherine (wld George \v». 

r<-s 247 Qu 
Robinson Christopher, merchant tailor 

185 Welllngb n. res 879 Alfred 
Robinson Daniel ii, clerk, lvs i">.: Brook 
Robinson George A, Manager 

Bank of British North America. City 

Buildings, bds 818 King 
Robinson - gina, milliner, bds 

•in ci 
Robinson Gordon, lvs 896 Queen 
Robinson Janes, lab, bds 888 Johnston 
Robinson J Robinson i U os), i\ ■ 

1 I i. in 
ISOH M Martha, res 266 Bar] 

Robinson Mary ( w i . I \\ m i ;>. res T.l 

A i, I. 

Robinson Melville w, Bicycles etc, 
146 Sydenham, lvs _M7 Queen. ( See 
card i<>|> of nc\i page ) 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY, 

S ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



HAS THE LARGEST GOVERNMENT DE- 
POSIT OF ANY COMPANY IN CANADA- 
$100,000, BESIDES OVER $3 000 000 OF RE- 
SERVE ASSETS FOR POLICY HOLDERS. 



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223 



M. W.ROBINSON, 

DKAI.KK IN 

HIGH GRADE BICYCLES 

Bicycle repairing in all its branches 

promptly executed. 

145 SydcMiliarn Street. 

(Next Co Oddfellows' Building.) 



Robinson Nelson, blacksmith, lvs 247 
Queen 

Robinson Norman, repairer M W Rob- 
inson, lvs 247 Queen 

Robinson Robert, carp K Hosiery Co, 
res 25 University ave 

Robinson Robert J, student, lvs King 
W, opp O'Kill 

Robinson Thomas, driver Jas McPar- 
land, res 7 Ann 

Robinson Thomas D (Robinson Bros), 
res 108 Queen 

Robinson Thomas H, traveller, res 114 
Clarence 

Robinson Thomas J, tailor C Robin- 
son, lvs 279 Alfred 

Robinson Webb, mason, res 28 Upper 
Charles 

Robinson Wm, res 353 Division 

Robinson Wm, Customs officer, res 123 
Colborne 

Robinson Wm, boatbuilder King w, opp 
O'Kill, res same 

Robinson Mrs Wm, grocer 59 King w 

Robinson Wm J, boilermaker Locomo- 
tive Works, res 93 Division 

Robinson Wm J, Clerk of the First 
Division Court, 273 Bagot, Residence 
382 Alfred 

Robitelle W A, bds Anglo-American 
Hotel 

Roblin Mrs Minnie A, corsetmaker, 107 
Princess, lvs 200 Bagot 



Roche, see also Roach 

Roche Herrick H, druggist Market sq, 
cor King, res 140 Barrie 

Rocheford Alexander, capt yacht Idle 
Wild, res 80 Ontario 

Rockwood Asylum for the In- 
sane, C K Clarke, MD, .Medical Su- 
perintendent, situated on the Lake 
Front, Portsmouth 

Roddy Edward, teamster, -res s s Dur- 
ham, 3 e of Macdonnell 

Roddy Frank, driver Anderson Bros, 
lvs s s Durham, 3 w of Victoria 

Roddy John, stone cutter R Wallace, 
lvs s s Durham, 3 e of Macdonnell 

Rodway Henry McD, mach, res w s 
Patrick, 2 n of Quebec 

Rogers Anna D (wid John B), res 66 
O'Kill 

Rogers Miss Isabella H, teacher Cen- 
tral School, lvs 59 Chatham 

Rogers John, appr Simmons Bros, lvs 
Ontario Chambers 

Rogers R Vashon, QC, LLD, 
Kirkpatrick & Rogers 1 res US Barrie 

Rogers Miss Susie, student, bds 59 
Chatham 

Rogers Thomas X, messenger Ontario 
Bank, res Ontario Chambers 

Rollinson Walter W, blacksmith, res 455 
Barrie 

Ronan Thomas, undertaker 238 Prin- 
cess, res same 

Rone Frederick G, cheesemaker, lvs 48 
Lower Rideau 

Rone George, lab, res 48 Lower Rideau 

Roney Adam F, Proprietor Grand 
Union Clothing Co, 122 Princess, 
Residence 320 University ave 

Roney Harry E, salesman Grand 
Union Clothing Co, lvs 320 Univesity 
ave 



VETERINARY DENTISTRY 

TELEPHONES 514 AND 201. 



DR. BELL, U.S., IS A SPECIALIST IN THIS 
BRANCH OF VETERINARY SURGERY. IF YOUR 
HORSES ARE NOT DOING WELL CONSULT HIM 
FREE OF CHARGE- 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 PRINCESS STREET. 



Patent and proprietary 
Medicines. We keep your 
favorite remedies. 



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Root Isabella (wid Lewis), lvs 242 Bar- 
rie 

Rose Miss Mary, bds 376 Alfred 

Ross Alexander, watchman W J Croth- 
ers, res 243 Colborne 

Ross Arthur E, BA, Examiner for Ma- 
triculation in Medicine Queen's Col- 
lege, bds 231 University ave 

Ross Rev Donald, DD, prof Queen's 
College, res 309 Alfred 

Ross Miss Edith, lvs 209 Sydenham 

Ross Miss Edith, stenographer, 1 
Johnston 

Ross Emily E (wid Wm), lvs 209 Syden- 
ham 

Ross James, bookbinder Mrs H S 
Smith, lvs 39 Brock 

Ross James D, chief engineer Electric 
Light Works, res 107 Queen 

Ross Jane E (wid Walter), res 317 Earl 

Ross Mary J (wid Alexander), res 23S 
Johnston 

Rothwell Wm C, trav, res 186 Union w 

Rotherford, see also Rutherford 

Rotherford Charles, polisher K Vehi- 
cle Co, res 881 Brock 
Rothwell Miss Mary, Ivb I : George 

Roughton Stephen, District Agent 
Ontario Mutual LMIe Asm. 

i"ii Wellington, bds CKy Hotel. 
righl top in 
Rourke, see also O'Rourke 
Rourke Edward, musician, re* it Qore 

rei t '• Kim 
Rouehorn Almond, i I Q i ■ ■ ; 
Rouehorn \i . lvs 121 Lou er 

Barot 
Routles Arthur, clerk John Routley, 

. denn i m 
Rout ley John, tobacconist 1 1 P 

Routley Win K, rei 109 Bj denham 

Rows 
Hhu Rob( it u. principal < Central 
School, f M • Btuai i 



Rowan Mrs M, fancy goods 181 Wel- 
lington, res 310 University ave 

Rowan Robert F, lvs 310 University 
ave 

Rowan Robert F F, prop City Laundry 
208 Wellington, res 310 University ave 

Rowe, see also Row 

Rowe Susan (wid Wm), res 36 Elm 

Rowe Wyman E, driver A R Martin, 
res 266 Princess 

Rowland Fleming, Collector In- 
land Revenue, Office 16 Market sq. 
Residence 160 Earl 

Rowland John S, student, lvs 160 Earl 

Rowson Wm, student, bds n s South 
Bartlett 

Roy Emile, capt barge McCarthy, bds 
Lake View House 

Royal Military College, Maj- 
Generai D R Cameron Commandant, 
Barriefield 

Ruhery Michael J, cigarmaker G A Mc- 

Gowan, res 99 York 
Ruhery Patrick, laborer, res 98 Wel- 
lington 

i y Thomas, cigarmaker S Obern- 
dorffer, lvs 9S Wellington 
Rudd Janr (wid Henry), res 813 Col- 

borne 
Rudd Miss Matilda, lvs 146 Johnston 
Rudd Thomas G, agent, res 146 John- 
ston 
Runiani Norman E, grocer 848 Prin- 
cess, res same 

Russell House, Robert J SfcCon- 
nell Proprietor, 848 Prin 

Rutherford, see also Rotherford 
Rut herford Jaimei \. |*uard K P 

e s Beverly, 7 n of King 
Rutherford John B, lah, tfth 

Rutherford Thomas, moulder, rei w ■ 

\ i, toiia. i n of South Bartlett 
Rut herford v\'m C, broommaker, i\ 

Fifth, 1 *. of Invislon 
Rattan A Cbai lea, i Itrk M T Co, h ■ 

in: i:io, || 



Sec t he popular 20-year survivorship distribu- 
tion plan of the Ontario Mutual Life. The finest 
plan of insurance extant. The company wrote 
up nearly three million on it last year. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY 



•>■>:> 



Ruttan George R, clerk Wm Mundell, 

lvs 183 Brock 
Ruttan Henry M, bookkeeper James 

Richardson & Sons, res 183 Brock 
Ruttan Peter, res 31 First , 

Ryan Clara (wid James), dressmaker 

302 Barrie, res same 
Ryan Edward, Physician and Sur- 
geon, Office hours 8 to 10 am, 2 to I 
and 7 to 9 pm, Telephone 307 Office 
and Residence cor Brock and Mon" 
treal 
Ryan Elizabeth (wid John), res 187 

Ordnance 
Ryan Jacob, fireman str Spartan, bds 

84 Johnston 
Ryan John, bds House of Providence 
Ryan Capt John, res 302 King- e 
Ryan John, plumber J G Bastow, lvs 

1 Newman's Cottage's, King w 
Ryan Mrs Margaret, res 439 Bai'rie 
Ryan Matthew, laborer, res 43 King w 
Ryan Patrick, lab, res 1 Newman's 

Cottages,, King w 
Ryan Patrick, lab, lvs 187 Ordnance 
Ryan Peter, motorman, lvs 1S7 Ord- 
nance 
Ryan Capt Wm. res 25 Wade's Lane 
Ryan Wm, caretaker St Mary's School, 

res school building, 89 Clergy 
Ryan Wm, guard K P, res 43 Living- 
ston ave 
Ryckman Rev Edward B, MA, 
DD, Pastor Queen Street Methodist 
Church, Residence 30 Colborne 
Ryder Henry A, cigarmkr G A Mc- 

Gowan, lvs Barriefield 
Ryder Ira, bds 278 Wellington 
Ryder John, shoveller, res 104 Patrick 



Sailors Rest, J S Potter Missionary, 193 
Ontario 

Salsbury, see also Salzberg 

Salsbury Benjamin, lab, res 301 Divi- 
sion 

Salsbury Frank R J, mach hd R Gaw 

& Co, lvs Barriefield 
Salsbury Herbert E, carp, R Gaw & 

Co, lvs Barriefield 

Salter Joseph, auctioneer, 58 Brock, res 
same 

Salvation Army, Provincial Head 
Quarters, Major R Morris, Provin- 
cial Secretary, cor Bagot and Queen 

Salvation Army, Local Corps, 
Adjt W Archibald Officer in Charge, 
cor Bagot and Queen 

Salzberg Hyman, pedlar, res 335 Queen 

Sammons Isaac, lab, res s s Adelaide, 2 
w of Lansdowne 

Samuels John, tuner The R S Williams 
& Sons, Co, Ltd, bds 110 Earl 

Sanders, see also Saunders 

Sanders Daniel, carp, bds 37 Welling- 
ton 

Sands Charles, driver R Crawford, res 
31(a) Main 

Sands Emma (wid Wm C), res 300 
Queen 

Sands Henry, hide buyer, res 476 Divi- 
sion 

Sands John, fireman Fire Hall No 1, 
rms same 

Sands John S ( J S Sands & Son ), 
Residence 302 Queen 

Sands J S & Son ( John S Sands, 
James A Madill), Merchant Tailors 
171 Wellington 



DISEASES OF DOGS 



CONSULTATION FREE. 



Dr. Bell, V.S., has made a special study 
for the past ten years of the diseases of 
these animals and has fitted up a hospital 
for the treatment of their diseases and 
injuries. Telephones 514 and 201. 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, p F h r icians ' Perscr;ptionsand 



155 PRINCESS STREET. 



Family Recipes Accurately 
and Promptly Dispensed 



226 



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Sands Thomas, carp M T Co, res 77 

Pine 
Sands Wm. clerk Geo M Wilkinson & 

Son, Ivs 77 Pine 
Sands Wm. fireman Fire Hall No - 

250 Queen 
Sangster John, lvs 103 Colborne 
Sangster Wm, porter K & P Ry, res 105 

Colborne 
Sargent Frederick R, bookkeeper Odd 

Fellows Relief Association, res 2S 

Frontenac 
Sargent Thomas H. student, 1 

Frontenac 
Sargent Wm J, bookkeeper Howland 

Bros, bds American Hotel 
Sarsfield George, shoemkr. ",2 Montreal, 

9 Main 
Saunders, see also Sanders 
Saunders Benjamin, lab, res s s Sixth, 

2 w of Chatham 
Saunders Charles, clerk E F s 

rsity ave 
Saui 'v. lvs 1 14 Onta 

i lerald, clerk i 

A Bon, lvs 46 Eai 1 

tarnel w. hel] ootlve 

Wmk'. lvs ioi Chatham 

James G, butcher 848 Unl- 
et sain.- 

Baunders Jane (wld John C), bds 132 
Wellington 

Kate W, i» Id Dr. Herbert J). 
I 

John, butcb ir 344 

Baunders Fohn, caretak* i i : ! I i 
hi 

John, lab, res ■ ■ fork, i e 
v iberl 

EQarl 
Baunders John a. conductor Btreel Rj 

lvs i'"i Chatham 
Baundti i John ( >. lab, U T ■ to, res w 

\ II.. it. I s of l'i iii' ■ 

i n hi iviu ai -.i i. prop 
I Dublin i louse, in Onl i 



Saunders Wm, foreman tinsmith E B 

Loucks, res 101 Chatham 
Saunders Wm. jr, salesman Steacy & 

Steacy, res 146 Division 
Saunders Wm J. bartender Can Ry 

News Co. lvs 46 Earl 
Saunders Wm J, butcher J Saunders, 

lvs 730 Princess 
Saunders Wm J, student, lvs \v s Al- 
bert, 2 s of Princess 
Savage Arthur, Manager Savage 

Bros, lvs 76 William 
Savage Bros, I Mrs .Line L Savage), 

Painters and Wall Paper Dealei 

William (see card below) 



SAN AGE BROS. 

Wall 









\\ 



Paper 
Dealers 

Painting*, 
Decorating", 
Etc Estab 
lished over 
half a cen- 
tury. Tele- 
phone 373. 

ILLI AM STREET 



A 



J 



ine L, (Wld Henry B), I 
William 

John, res 79 York 
Llchard, driver i leo M Wilkin- 
son »<.- s.>n. Us 78 Fork 

..in litter. Mi 
i, lvs 34 Vine 
ter T w 
is vine 
Bauve Benjamin, captain bai 

Lake View House 
Bauve Foseph, tailor Spencer Bros, lvs 

I I in. I 

• r \it 'nn B, salesman ( 'i.u b 
Wright A Bon, Ivs 183 Brook 
i nisa .1 (w Id W n i 
Brook 



S. ROUGHTON, 

VACANCIES FOR GOOD MEN. 



District Representative of the 
Ontario Mutual Life Assurance 
Company. Office '51 Welling- 
ton street, Kingston. 



KINGSTON ALlMIAIiKTH'AL DIRECTORY 



221 



Sawyer Francis, clerk W A Sawyer, 
[va 382 Brock 

Sawyer .1 >hn, painter Savage Bros, lvs 
382 Brock 

Sawyer Wm A. boots and shoes 2f>7 
Princess, lvs 382 Brock 

Scally James, clerk R Crawford, lvs 
Portsmouth 

Scanlan Ellen (wid Patrick), res 104 
Lower Bagot 

Scanlan John, comp British Whig, res 
102 Raglan Rd 

Scanlan Patrick J, driver Rigney & 
Hickey, lvs 104 Lower Bagot 

Scanlan .Mary (wid John P), res 101 
Albert 

Schofleld James, baker, 370 Princess, 
res same 

Schroder John, provisions 78 Brock, res 
80 same 

Scobell Charles E, lvs 78 York 

Scobell Frederick S, res 78 York 

Scobell John, cigarmkr G A McGowan, 
lvs 78 York 

Scobell Mary (wid Sidney), lvs 53 
Clergy 

Scobell Sidney S, clerk Geo Mills & 
Co, bds 111 Stuart 

Scobell Sidney W, driver F A Bibby, 
bds St Lawrence Hotel 

Scott David G. storeman Geo Robert- 
son & Son, res 307 Johnston 

Scott Emily (wid John), res 457 Divi- 
sion 

Scott Frederick C, comp, lvs e s Pem- 
broke, 1 s of Union 

Scott George, farrier sergeant " A " 
Battery, res 2S7 Wellington 

Scott James D, diver, res 90 William 

Scott John, carp, res 451 Barrie 



Scott John A, comp British Whig, bds 
107 Wellington 

Scott John H, capt str Persia, res 331 
Brock 

Scott Mary A (wid Martin), lvs e s 
Pembroke. 1 s of Union 

Scott Thomas H, baker J Veale, res 49 
Division 

Scott Walter, student, bds 300 Univer- 
sity ave 

Scott Wm, mate str James Swift, res n 
s Raglan Rd, 2 e of York 

Scott Wm E, clerk J E Bernstein, bds 
107 Wellington 

Scouse John, painter T McMahon & 
Co, res 267 Johnston 

Scouten, see also Scrutton 

Scouten Charles, driver, lvs 50 James 

Scouten Grace (wid Levi), res 50 James 

Scriven John A, patternmkr R Davis 
& Son, res 522 Brock 

Scrutton, see also Scouten 

Scrutton Edmund, boilermkr Locomo- 
tive Works, res 8 Orchard 

Scrutton Edmund, jr. boilermkr King- 
ston Foundry, lvs 8 Orchard 

Scrutton James, butcher s s Charles 
near Montreal, res 10 Stephen 

Seager Stephen, lab, res 12 Ann 

Seale George J, stenographer, lvs 82 
Lower Bagot 

Seale John, carp, res 82 Lower Bagot 

Sears Edgerton F, grocer, 303 Mont- 
real, bds 15 Upper Charles 

Sears Edward S, bookkeeper Geo Sears, 
lvs 148 Earl 

Sears Geo, Wholesale and Retail 
Hardware and Lumbermen's Sup- 
plies, 71-73 Princess, Residence 148" 
Earl 

Sears Robert, res Yord Rd 



VETERINARY DENTISTRY 



TELEPHONES 514 AND 201. 



DR. BELL, V. S., IS A SPECIALIST IN THIS 
BRANCH OF VETERINARY SURGERY. IF YOUR 
HORSES ARE NOT DOING WELL CONSULT HIM 
FREE OF CHARGE. 



HOB ART'S MEDICAL HALL, Toilet Preparations of all 
155 Princess street. kinds, Sponges, Chamois, etc 



228 



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Seaton Richard, lab, res 17 Rideau 
Sealon Richard, jr, brakeman K & P 

Ry, res n s Markland, 2 w of Mont- 
real 
Seeley David, carp M T Co, res over 

Dom Ex Office, King cor Clarence 
Selby Charles, ( Raney, Reid & 

Selby), res 130 Victoria 
Self Charles, baker, lvs s s Concession 

Rd, 2 w of Division 
Self Hannah (wid Samuel), res s s 

Concession Rd, 2 w of Division 
Sellars Miss Mary E. res 201 Queen 
Sexsmith Robert, shoveller, res 129 

Lower Bagot 
Sexton James L, boarding house 250 

Barrie 

nour Elizabeth (wid Frederick), res 

300 University ave 
Shales Robert J, blacksmith 381 King 

e, res 363 Bagot 
Shanahan, see also Shannon 
Shanahan Hugh, driver J Gilbert, lvs 

■ 'lergy w 
Shanahan James, keeper Rockwmxl 

\ lum, lvs :!!» Clergy \v 
Sn;iii.ilu!i .1 . nin ia h. tailor Grand Un- 

lon Clothing Co, lvs 39 Clergy w 
Shanahan John, lab, r< > w 

Shanahan John, res 164 Bagot 
Bhanahan \. green grocer, 

•i Rideau 
Shanahan Win. prop Terrapin Hotel, 76 

Bhangron wm Peter, i m .77 

Sydenham 

ShanksThomasJ \ Vfoore), 

'■i i ir K Ingstoo i tally 

.Wu . i: i n 
Shannon, let ftlSO Sha n.i ha n 

Bhannon Albert EC, reporter Kin 
iy News, I : ga 

rnon Alfred J, printer EClngston 
Dally News, rontenao 

r*on < Thai lei ■ ;. clei k Posl i 

I : \l iilnhl 



Shannon David (R Gaw & Co), lvs 191 
University 'ave 

Shannon George D, painter K Vehicle 
Co, lvs w s Albert, 4 s of Johnston 

Shannon James, Postmaster, Resi- 
dence 47 George 

Shannon James P, grocer w s Albert, 
4 s of Johnston, res same 

Shannon Samuel, clerk Fenwick, Hen- 
dry & Co, res 281 Queen 

Sharman, see also Sherman 

Sharman Isabella (wid Jacob), res 391 
Barrie 

Sharman Jacob M, boat builder R 
Davis & Son, res 57 Rideau 

Sharman Thomas N, boat builder foot 
of Simcoe, lvs 391 Barrie 

Sharp Alexander, Messenger Bouse of 
Commons, res 47 Main 

Sharp Ellen (wid John), lvs 31 Rideau 

Sharp John, clerk Crumley Bros, lvs 
17 Main 

pe Elizabeth (wid Andrew), grocer 
84 ( mtaiio, res same 

Sharpe George A, mach Locomotive 
Works, lvs sG Ontario 

Sharpe Harry, Groceries and Pro- 
visions, 2M Princess, Residence 888 
Queen 

Sharpe Joseph, res 464 Brock 

Shaver Robert, laborer, 1\ s 18 Redan 

Shaver Win A, engineer EC Hosiery 
Co, res s s King ay. opp < > Kill 

Shaw Abraham, Customs Surveyor, rM 

I nlversltj ave 
shau Abraham, Jr, student, lvs IN 
Unlversltj ave 

Shaw Amies (wid John), res lit p.. li- 
ne 

shaw Alexander, lab B Hosiers Co, i\s 

I • Main 
Shaw I >a\ hi \ |< lolbome, res 

809 Alfred 

. K'-iiv ret LIB i lagot 
shaw- .1 lines, grocer 8M Montreal, bds 
trooh 



IF YOU OR YOUR FRIENDS THINK OF TAKING 
OUT LIFE INSURANCE CALL OR REFER THEIYI TO 
THE UNDERSIGNED AND HE WILL CHEERFULLY 
SUPPLY ALL INFORMATION ABOUT HIS COMPANY. 



S. ROUGHTON. 



DISTRICT 
AGENT 

ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



229 



Shaw Miss Jane, lvs 301 Alfred 

Shaw Miss Jennie C, Public School 
Drawing Specialist, lvs 144 Barrie 

Shaw Miss Mary E, stenographer Sing- 
er Mnfg Co, lvs 45 Main 

Shaw Miss Minnie, organist Sydenham 
St Methodist Church, lvs 144 Barrie 

Shaw J Morgan, Henry Skinner 
& Co), Residence 79 Wellington 

Shaw Robert, Barrister, Solicitor. 
etc, 322 King e, Residence 128 Bagot 

Shaw Robert, salesman Steacy & 
Steacy, lvs 190 University ave 

Shaw Samuel, carp R Davis & Son, res 
45 Main 

Shaw Wm J, broommaker Wm Bailey 
& Co, lvs 45 Main 

Shea, see also O'Shea 

Shea Cornelius, coachman H A Calvin, 
res rear 259 King e 

Shea John D, supervisor Rockwood 
Asylum, res 40 Livingston ave 

Shea Margaret (wid Michael), res 202 
Bagot 

Shea Wm, supervisor Rockwood Asy- 
lum, res 9 Deacon 

Shedden Co, Ltd, George Young, 
Agent, Cartage Agents foot of Wil- 
liam 

Sheffield Catherine (wid Charles H), res 
85 Wellington 

Sheffield Charles, student, lvs 85 Wel- 
lington 

Sheffield Edward, student, lvs 85 Wel- 
lington 

Sheldon Mary A (wid Sydney A), lvs 
76 Gore 

Sheldon & Davis (Richard F Davis), 
photographers 334 King e 

Shepard John, carp, bds 12 Main 



Shepherd Henry R, painter, res 261 
Colborne 

Shepherd John R, painter, lvs 261 Col- 
borne 

Shepherd John, Court House keeper, 
res Court House 

Sherbine Robert W, carp M T Co, res 
215 Albert 

Sherlock John M, tailor 225 Princess, 
bds 254 Queen 

Sherk Jacob C, trav, res 47 Clergy 

Sherman Charles P, dentist R E Sparks, 
bds 209 William 

Sherman James F, clerk McKelvey & 
Birch, res 303 University ave 

Sherratt Anna B (wid Shered O), res 
338 Montreal 

Sherring Benjamin H, stone cutting in- 
structor K P, res 2 First 

Sherwood Sherman, bricklayer, bds 10 
Pine 

Shibley Alfred M, student, lvs e s Al- 
bert, 5 n of Princess 

Shibley Miss Laura, BA, teacher, lvs 
94 Bagot 

Shibley Mary A (wid Schuyler), res 94 
Bagot 

Shibley Rev Samuel, pastor Princess 
St Methodist Church, res e s Albert, 
5 n of Princess 

Shore Rev Godfrey, pastor Calvary 
Cong Church, res 211 Bagot 

Short, see also Shortt 

Short Angelique (wid John C), bds 
Hotel Frontenac 

Short Edward, laJborer, res 6 Pine 

Short Henry E, laborer, lvs 6 Pine 

Short John, sailor, bds 28 Place 
d'Armes 

Short Rev Wm, res 425 Johnston 

Shorten David H, student, rms 103 
Gore 



G.W.BELL,V.S.,D.V.D.S., 

Telephones 514 and 201 



Treats all diseases of do- 
mestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to day- 
night. 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Lamps of all kinds, Burners, 
Chimneys, Globes and Shades 
of every description. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Simons Alfred M, corp A Battery, res 

2S3 Sydenham 
Simons Robert, boilermaker, res n s 

Elm, 1 w of Alfred 
Simons Thomas, sailor, lvs n s Elm, 1 

W of Alfred 

Simpson Archibald, Proprietor 

Lake View House, cor Queen and 
Ontario 
Que- Simpson Bernard, carp, res 4 Rideau 

Simpson Miss Catherine, lvs 4 Rideau 

Simpson Charles, laborer, res 61 Cherry 

Simpson Isaac, JP, Private Banker, 
89 Clarence, Residence 132 King e 

Simpson Jane (wid James), res s s 
Markland, 2 e of Patrick 

Simpson Jane (wld Thomas), lvs 61 
Cherry 

Simpson \Vm J. trav. res 81 Colborne 

Sims Rev Albert, pastor Free Metho- 
dist Church, res 630 Princess 

Sims Anna (wid Wm H), lvs e s Bev- 
erly, 1 s of Union 

Sinclair Archbald A. teamster Shed- 
den Co, res 22 Deacon 

Sinclair Capt Archibald J, bds British 
American Hotel 



Shorten J Joseph, wharfinger James 

Swift & Co, bds 329 Brock 
Shortt Adam, MA, Pn >t\-sM >r Queens 
College. Residence 146 University ave 
Shortt James, student, lvs 146 Univer- 
sity ave 
Shufflebotham Walter S, quarryman, 

res 466 Montreal 
Shultz W Franklin, lab. res 88 Quebec 
Shultz Mrs W F, dressmaker 

bee, res same 
Sills Bidwell, upholsterer T F Harri- j 

son Co, rms 233 Princess 
Sills Mrs Mary E, grocer 775 Montreal, 

res 777 same 
Silver Benjamin, clothing 102 Princess, 

res 232 Division 
Simmons, see also Simons 
Simmons Alfred, tinsmith McKelvey & 

Birch, lvs 90 Bay 
Simmons A Alfred, candle mnfr Liv- 
ingston ave, cor Davidson, res same 
Simmons Albert H, candle maker A A 
Simmons, lvs Livingston ave, cor 
Davidson 
Simmons Bros (Wm G and Andrew). 

tinsmiths, 211 Princess 
Simmons Andrew (Simmons Bros), lvs Sinclair Miss Charlotte, res 212 Syden- 



90 Bay 
Simmons Charles C, clerk John Cor- 

bett, lvs 90 Bay 
Simmons Eliza( wid Jacob), lvs 90 Bay 
Simmons Frank, engineer K & P Ry, 

lvs 15 Colborne 
Simmons Frederick, tinsmith McKel- 
vey & Birch, lvs 90 Bay 
Simmons John G, lvs 90 Bay 
Simmons Win. sailor, res 90 Bay 

urns Wm A, candle maker A A 
Simmons, lvs Livingston ave, cor 
Davidson 
Simmons W Fred, foreman electrician 
Electric Light Works, res 15 Col- 
borne 
Simmons Wm G (Simmons Bros), res 90 

Simons, see also Simmons 



ham 
Sinclair David A, fireman str Mel- 
bourne; res 365 Brock 
Sinclair James W, conductor Street Ry 

Co, lvs 86 Frontenac 
Sinclair Mary (wid Robert), r- 

Fronten 
Sinclair Robert, painter T McMahon 

& Co, lvs 86 Frontenac 
Singer Manufacturing Co, Joel 
Laishley Manager, Sewing Machines 
:i • Princess 
Singleton Arthur C. storeman 
Robertson & Son. res -' Garrett 
Singleton John, clerk James Crawford, 

lvs 49 James 
Sin id. -ton Mrs Ruby A. dr.-s,;nmker, 
49 James, res same 



fOU ARE RESPECTFULLYI INVITED TO EXAMINE THE 
ACTUAL RESULTS OF INVESTMENT POLICIES IN THE 
ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE. NO OTHER COMPANY'S RESULTS 
IN CANADA CAN EQUAL THEM. 'ASK IFOR SOME." 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



2:<1 



Siunott Mylea, cab owner, res 36 John 

ston 
BlTT Miss Delia (Byrnes & Sin), res 19 

Montreal 
Sissona John W. dyer K Hosiery Co, 

res .".0 James 
Slssonfl Joseph (Joseph Sissons & Co), 

res 210 Montreal 
Sissons Joseph & Co, general store 212 

Montreal 
Skeggs Albert, butcher T B Haffer. 

lvs 277 Earl 
Skeggs -Mary A (wid Joseph), res 277 

Bar! 
Skelton Anthony, res 480 Montreal 
Skelton John, painter Savage Bros, res 

16 Russell 
Skelton Wm, lab, lvs 480 Montreal 
Skinner Annie (wid Henry T), res 14 

Maitland 
Skinner Henry & Co, Wm and 

Wm B Skinner, J Morgan Shaw), 

Wholesale Druggists 171 Princess 
Skinner James A, gunsmith Wade's 

lane, res 23 Union w 
Skinner John S, Barrister, Soli- 
citor, Etc, 79 Clarence, lvs 14 Mait- 
land 
Skinner Ronald S, clerk H Wade, lvs 

149 Earl 
Skinner Wm ( Henry Skinner & Co), 

Residence 149 Earl 
Skinner Wm B, (Henry Skinner &. 

Co), Residence 57 West 
Slaon James, tailor 175 Welington, res 

same 
Sleeman Wm H, plasterer, res 158 

Frontenac 
Sleeth Eugene, carp, lvs 72 Lower Ba- 
got 



Sleeth Laurence, lab, lvs 72 Lower Ba- 
llot 
Sleeth Mary I (wid James), res 304 

Johnston 
Sleeth Samuel, carp, res 72 Lower Ba- 

got 
Slimmons John H, fireman K & P Ry, 

res 12 Dufferin 
Slimmons Rachel (wid Wm), lvs 96 

Lower Bagot 
Sliter Ernest O, BA, teacher Collegiate 

Institute, res 431 Johnston 
Sloan Albert S, appr N McNeil, lvs 214 

Rideau 
Sloan John, painter Savage Bros, res 

323 Johnston 
Sloan Miss Mary J, res 293 Montreal 
Sloan Robert, engineer, res 214 Rideau 
Sloan Robert E, clerk H H Roche, lvs 

214 Rideau 
Sly Alexander, blacksmith, res 40 

O'Kill 
Small James, conductor Street Ry Co, 

lvs 193 Alfred 
Small Philip H, policeman, bds 92 

Queen 
Small Mrs Philip H, res 193 Alfred 
Smallridge Mary A (wid George), res 

159 Alfred 
Smallridge Wm H, mason, res 309 Earl 
Smart John B, lab, res 276 Wellington 
Smeaton Charles, currier J McLeod, 

res n s Raglan rd, 1 w of Montreal 
Smeaton John D, waiter str Hamilton, 

lvs 155 Pine 
Smeaton John R, packer K Hosiery 

Co, lvs 66 O'Kill 
Smeaton Thomas, works Milne & 

Milne, res 155 Pine 
Smiley John, lab, res 56 Lower Rideau 
Smith, see also Smyth and Smythe 



X^ C^ T T TSJ C^r A/T T^ 1VJ That have a liking for the horse 
- 1 - ^^ ^-^ X > V_* XV A. J_^ X X and Qther domestic anima i s 

would do well to take a course in the KINGSTON VETERINARY COLLEGE. 
Consult Prof. Knight or G. W. Bell, V.S., D.V.D.S. Tuition very reasonable. 



HOB&RT'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



A. A. A. greatest pain killer 
known. Hobart's sweet flavor- 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it, 



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Smith Albert E, driver E B Loucks, lvs 
29 Clergy w 

Smith Alfred T, Local Manager 
Bell Telephone Co, 186 Ontario, Resi- 
dence 49 Colborne 

Smith Alexander, student, bds 326 Al- 
fred 

Smith Miss Annie, lvs 1S3 Princess 

Smith Bros (Charles and John S), jew- 
ellers 345 King e 

Smith Very Rev Buxton B, DD, 
Dean and Rector St George's Cathe- 
dral, Residence 250 King e 

Smith Charles (Smith Bros), res 125 
Bagot 

Smith Charles F. barrister, res 27 Cler- 
gy w 

Smith Miss Clara C, millinerl83 Prin- 
cess, res same 

Smith Daniel, driver W Drury, res n s 
Quebec, 2 w of Patrick 

Smith Edward M, fitter, res 99 Chat- 
ham 

Smith Eliza (wid Benjamin), confy 41 
Princess, res same 

Smith Elizabeth (wid Sidney), music 
teacher, res 202 Colborne 

Smith Miss Etta, lvs 125 Bagot 

Smith Frederick T, receiver City 
Water Works Dept, lvs 32 Syden- 
ham 

Smith George, res 152 Frontenac 

Smith George, driver S Green, lvs same 

Smith <;.-orge, student, bds 248 Barrie 

Smith George E, trav, lvs 125 Bagot 

Smith George F, tailor C Livingston 
,v- Bro, lvs 99 Chatham 

Smith Hagar (wid B Btalleraffe), book- 
binder 39 Brook, lvs 801 Queen 

Smith Miss Henrietta E, teacher Vic- 
toria School, lvs L2S luigot 

Smith Henry, lab, res 29 Clergy w 

Smith Henry a, driver Junei Craw- 
t-.,ni. res -•'. First 

Smith Henry P, draughtsman \V New- 
lands, lvs U Sydenham 



Smith Lieut-Col Henry R, Sergeant- 
at-Arms House of Commons, res 
"Ringwood," King w 
Smith Herbert J, finisher Carnovsky 

Wood Mfg Co, lvs 449 Princess 
Smith Isaac, carpenter, res w s Vic- 
toria, 7 n of Johnston 
Smith James, res 46 Lower Rideau 
Smith James B, bricklayer, res 34 Rus- 
sell 
Smith James J, fitter, lvs 99 Chatham. 
Smith James W, clerk Geo Sears, lvs 

211 Queen 
Smith Miss Jennie, lvs 125 Bagot 
Smith John, shoveller, res 62 Colborne 
Smith John, Job Printer, 153 Wei 

lington, res 400 Brock 
Smith John C. student, lvs 42 Main 
Smith John S (Smith Bros), res 185 

Johnston 
Smith Joseph A B, tailor C Livingston 

& Bro, res 449 Princess 
Smith Miss Josephine, teacher, rms 374 

Barrie 
Smith Miss Louisa S, lvs 125 Bagot 
Smith Miss Martha, bds 48 Ordnance 
Smith Mary (wid Patrick), res 32 Syd- 
enham 
Smith Mary (wid Robert), res 58 "Wil- 
liam 
Smith Miss Mary, lvs 125 Bagot 
Smith Miss Mary F. lvs 27 Clergy w 
Smith Mrs Mary, res 116 Barrack 
Smith Miss Martha P, lvs 27 Clergy w 
Smith Michael, lvs 330 Brock 
Smith Miss Minnie, bds 4S Ordna^e 
Smith Norman A. printer, lvs 449 Prin- 
cess 
Smith Patrick, engineer, res D B Hirk- 

BOn av.\ 5 \v of Montreal 
Smith Philip H. bds 806 Brock 
Smith Robert, stone quarry, res 56 

Lansdowne 
Smith SatniK I. lab. res 6 Stephen 
Smith Bidn< y B. spinm-r K Hosiery Co, 
lvs 202 Colborne 



THE ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COM- 
PANY WILL ACCEPT FEMALE RISKS-FIRST-CLASS- AT 
THE SAME RATES AS MEN, WITHOUT EXTRA. BOYS 
OVER 14 YEARS OF AGE INSURABLE ON ANY PLAN. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



•±-x\ 



Smith Sydney M, loom fixer Cotton 
mills, res 4 Pine , 

Smith Thomas, lab Albion Hotel 
Smith Rev Thomas G, DD, General 

Secretary Queen's University, res 211 

Queen 
Smith Thus H, mason, lvs 29 Clergy w 
Smith Thomas J, lab J J Carrington, 

res 55 Lower Bagot 
Smith Walter, sailor str Alexandria, 

res 457 Barrie 
Smith T Wesley, carp M T Co, res 260 

Sydenham 
Smith Wm, carp, res 42 Main 
Smith Wm, entry clerk Macnee & Min- 

nes, lvs Portsmouth 
Smith Wm, spinner, Cotton Mills, bds 

330 Montreal 
Smith Wm A, printer John Smith, lvs 

400 Brock 
Smith Wm C, bookkeeper T C Wilson, 

ves 120 Clarence 
Smith Wm K, sailor tug Peerless, res 

4 Brewery lane 
Smylie, see Smilie 
Smyth, see also Smythe and Smith 
Smyth Archibald, watchman Tug 

Walker, res 23 Division 
Smyth James G, capt barge Lapwing, 

res 55 William 
Smyth Robert J, driver W E Bassam, 

lvs 45 Bay 
Smyth Samuel, lab Frontenac Hotel, 

res 45 Bay 
Smyth Wm A, boilermaker. lvs 23 Di- 
vision 
Smythe Albert E, bookkeeper Smythe 

& Lyon, res 55 Arch 
Smythe Arthur H, student, lvs 59 West 
Smythe Edward H, QC, LLD, 
(Smythe & Lyon), res 59 West 



Smythe George H, student Smythe & 

Lyon, lvs 59 West 
Smythe Rev Wm H, lvs 59 West 
Smythe & Lyon | Edward J I Smythe, 
QC, LLD, Herbert I Lyon), Barris- 
ters, Solicitors, etc., Ontario Cham- 
bers, cor Clarence and King (See 
card below) 



SMYTHE <fc LYON, 

BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, NOTARIES, ETC 

OFFICE: ONTARIO CHAMBERS, CLARENCE ST. 

Kingston, Ont. 

E. H. Smythe, Q.C. Herbert Ira Lyon 



Snider, see also Snyder 

Snider Anthony, florist O G Johnson 

Snider Damon, dairy, res 71 Cherry 

Snider Daniel, construction foreman 
Street Ry Co, res 21 Colborne 

Snider Mrs Jane, res 116 Barrack 

Snider Marshall P, despatcher K & P 
Ry, res 3 Barrack 

Snodden, see also Snowden 

Snodden Alexander, police sergeant, 
res 391 Johnston, after Nov 95, 229 Al- 
fred 

Snook Tunis L. barrister 200 Ontario, 
bds Stanley House 

Snowden, see also Snodden 

Snowden Robert J, mason, lvs 199 Al- 
fred 

Snowden Wm, contractor 199 Alfred, 
res same 

Snyder, see also Snider 

Snyder Miss Frankie, lvs 286 Johnston 

Snyder Miss Lucy, lvs 29 Charles 

Soles Joseph F, appr J J Carrington, 
lvs 37 James 

Soles Margaret (wid Daniel), rms 70 
William 



DISEASES OF DOGS 



CONSULTATION FREE. 



Dr. Bell V.S. has made a special study for the 
past ten years of the diseases of these animals 
and has fitted up a hospital for the treatment of 
their diseases and injuries. [Phone 514 and 201 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Soles Vanandus, currier J J Carrington, 
lvs 37 James 

Soles Wesley D. currier J J Carring- 
ton, res 13 Charles 

Soles W Benjamin, curlier J J Car- 
rington, res 37 James 

Solmes Charles D, agent Singer Mnfg 
Co, res 205 University ave 

Somerville Francis, engineer str Em- 
press of India, res 195 Colborne 

Somerville Frank, Manager Co- 
operative Sash and Door Factory, res 
55 Earl 

Somerville Frank, jr, mach hd Co-oper- 
ative Sash & Door Factory, lvs 55 
Earl 

Somerville Frederick C, clerk, lvs 95 
Colborne 

Southall John F, staff capt Salvation 
Army, res S A Barracks 

Southall Miss Emma, lvs S A Barracks 

Southwick Robert, porter Collender 
Hotel 

Sowards James, Coal and Wood, 
cor Ontario and Place d'Armes, res 
240 Montreal 

Sowards John F, bookkeeper James 
Sowards, lvs 240 Montreal 

Spangenberg Frederick W, jewellery 
347 King e, res 86 Wellington 

Spangenberg Miss Maggie, lvs M Wel- 
lington 

Spangenberg Miss Martha, lvs 36 Wel- 
lington 

Spankie David J, lvs 716 Princess 

Bpankle Win, ret 716 Princess 

Spankie Wm, Inspr of schools County 
,,r Frontenac, office Court House, res 

V7olfC Island 

Sparks Robert E, DDS, Dentist, 
. i_- prim University 

ave 
Bpence David M (Spence A Co.), re* 

303 Barrie 
S|,. i 'n w. carpenter, rei n i 

in. luon .'\ ■■■ i" w of Montreal 



Spence John, laborer, res s s Chestnut, 

1 w of Cherry 
Spence Lewis F, salesman Steacy & 

Steacy, lvs 89 York 
Spence Margaret, housemaid General 

Hospital 
Spence Mary, housemaid General Hos- 
pital 
Spence Ronald A, lvs 170 Queen 
Spence Robert A, contractor 170 Queen, 

res same 
Spence Miss Sarah, tailoress, bds n s 

Raglan rd, 1 e of York 
Spence Win, res 89 York. 
Spence Wm H, lvs S9 York 
Spence & Co (David M Spence), dry 

goods and millinery, 143 Princess 
Spencer Rev Canon Albert, 

Clerical Secretary Diocese of Ontario, 

Office St George's Hall, Residence 392 

Alfred 
Spencer Bros, ( Ralph and Rob 

Merchant Tailors. 11!) Princess. 
Spencer A Herbert, student, lvs 392 

Alfred 
Spencer John T, spinner Cotton Mills, 

lvs 156 Lower Bagot 
Spencer Levi B, res 104 Bagot 
Spencer Maria (wid Robert), res 8 Re- 
dan 
Spencer Ralph i Spencer Bros >. 

res 6 Redan 
Spencer Robert, ( Spencer Bios i, 

res 27 Balaclava 
Spencer S Lewis, bollermkr K & P Ry 

shops, res 1 H Lower Bagot 
9pencer Win C, engineer str City of 

i >u en Bound, h a 23 I Hvision 
Spires Frederick w, tra\ Q A Me- 

Qowan, bds Windsor Hotel 
Spooner Charles NT, brakeman K & P 
Ky, res 15 Upper Charles 

Spooner Edward, oarp res -i Chatham 

Spooner Miss Georglna, teacher Bar- 

rlefleld School, bds Nelson, opp Mack 



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ASSURANCE COMPANY. HSSfSSSSf. fc. £?f nI/?2„ ?S 

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235 



Spooner John H, messenger Dom Ex 
Co. bds Nelson, opp Mack 

Spooner Miss Mary M, lvs 116 (a) Lower 
Bagot 

Spooner Wm J, tinsmith G W Hentig, 
Its 24 Chatham 

Spotswood George A, mining engineer 
309 Barrie, res same 

Spotswood MeLeod G, student, lvs 309 
Barrie 

Spotten Mary (wid George), res 26 Duf- 
ferln 

Spriggs Leigh E. blacksmith K Vehicle 
Co, lvs 79 Arch 

Spriggs Miss Olive, res 79 Arch 

Sprowell Daniel D, sailor, res 40 York 

Squire Harriet (wid GeorgeH), res 79 
Division 

Squire Samuel H, student, lvs 79 Di- 
vision 

St Lawrence Hotel, W H Potter prop, 
383 King e 

St Lawrence Inn, Mrs Jane Clint prop, 
foot of Johnston 

St Lawrence River Steamboat 
Co, Ltd, M H Folger, President ; B 
W Folger, jr, Manager, 196-198 On- 
tario, cor Clarence 

St Lawrence Tobacco Factory, Duncan 
A Davidson prop, 223 Brock 

St Vincent Academy, conducted by 
the Sisters of the Congregation de 
Notre Dame, Bagot, cor William 

Stacey, see also Steacy 

Stacey James, acct Kingston News, 
res 23 Frontenac 

Stacey John, res rear 209 Alfred 

Stackhouse Alexander, LDS, 
Dentist, Office and Residence 228 
Brock 



Stafford Reuben, messenger Bank of B 

N A, res City Buildings 
Stagg John, laborer, res 18 Elm 
Staley Charles, capt schr Selkirk, res 

307 Barrie 
Staley Charles D, fireman Canada Dry 

Dock, res 30 Union e 
Staley Daniel, prop Queen's Hotel, 127 

Brock 
Staley Delpha (wid Martin), res 82 

Queen 
Staley Frank J, clerk Queen's Hotel 
Staley Horatio S, musician, res 222 

Sydenham , 

Staley Louis E, clerk John Ward, lvs 

125 Brock 
Staley Selina (wid Martin), restaurant 

49 Princess, res same 
Standard Bank of Canada, W 

D Hart Manager, 141 Princess 
Standard Life Assurance Co, 

G H Allen, Inspector of Agencies; H 

H Gildersleeve, City Agent, 42 Clar- 
ence 
Stamford Edward, carpenter, res 111 

Raglan rd 
Stamford Mary (wid Thomas), res 4 

Raglan rd 
Stamford Michael, lab, lvs 4 Raglan 

road 
Stanley House. Johnston Brown, 

Proprietor, cor Ontario and Clarence 
Stansbury George A, teamster M T Co, 

res 270 Ontario 
Stansbury John, watchman str Ameri- 
ca, res 441 Barrie 
Stanton Nathaniel, polisher Worm- 

with & Co, res Barriefleld 
Starr Rev J Edward, 

Sydenham St Methodist 

Residence 181 William 



Pastor 
Church, 



G.W.BELL,V.S.,D.V.D.S, 

Telephones 514 and 201 



Treats all diseases of do- 
mestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to day 
or night. 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, S ^Z 

155 Princess Street. 



for Knickerbocker 
Braces. Sizes for 
men, women, boys and girls. 



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KINGSTON ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



Steacy, see also Stacey 

Steacy Edward T, I Steacy & 
Steacy), Residence 197 Johnston 

Steacy Joseph J, I Steacy & 
Steacy), lvs 162 Johnston 

Steacy & Steacy ( Edward T and 
Joseph J), Dry Goods and Carpets, 
106-110 Princess 

Steamboat Inspector of Can- 
ada's Office, Capt Thomas Don- 
nelly Inspector, 38 Clarence 

Stearne Philip, tins, etc., 2(50 King e, 
res 134 same. (See card below.) 

P. STEARNE, 

EXPORTER AND IMPORTER 

RAW AND DRESSED 

FURS AND GINSENG 
260 King Street East. 

Stearne Wm W, furrier, rms 195 Earl 

Steel John, shoveller, res 29 James 

Stevens Alfred, marble cutter P H 
MoGulre, lvs 85 Pine 

Stevens Arthur, Manager G T R 
Saloon and Refreshment Rooms, res 
"Stone Crest," GTR Outer Depot 

Stevens Willard, capt schr Grantham, 
res 85 Pine 

Stevens Wm F. civil engineer, res GTR 
outer Depot 

Stevenson Adolphus W, steward str 
Hamilton, res w s Nelson, 3 n of 
Johnston 

St'-vinsun Joseph, laborer, res 74 ( >n- 
tario 

Stevenson Robert, clerk Bajus Brew- 
ery, lvs 47 Kideau 

Stevenson Robert J, corop British 

whit,-, ImIs Stanley House 
Stevenson Stanley, clerk, bds British 

American Hotel 



Stevenson Thomas, bookkeeper Bajus 

Brewery, lvs 47 Rideau 
Stevenson Wm A, carpenter, res w s 

Albert, 1 s of Mack 
Stevenson Wm H. res 345 Division 
Stevenson Wm M, reporter, bds 63 Ri- 
deau 
Stewart, see also Stuart 
Stewart Alexander, res 94 Queen 
Stewart James, Agent Kingston «fc 
Montreal Forwarding Co, Ports- 
mouth, Residence 78 Wellington 
Stewart W T illiam, managing director 
Kingston & Montreal Forwarding; 
Co, res Montreal, Que 
Stigney Thomas, caretaker Kingston 
Veterinary College, cor Clergy and 
Barrie, res same 
Stinson Mrs Elizabeth, lvs n s Raglan. 

rd, 2 w of Bagot 
Stinson Matthias, sailor, res 242 Earl 
Stirling James A, MD, Physician 
and Surgeon, Office Hours 9 to 10> 
am, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 pm; Telephone 
530; Office and Residence cor Wel- 
liam and Wellington 
Stock Max, trav, lvs 136 Queen 
Stockhill Richard, mach K Hosiery Co, 

res e s Alfred, 4 s of Union 
Stokes Benjamin, lab, res 12 Corrigan 
Stone Adelbert M, lvs 322 Alfred 
Stone Charles W, harnessmaker D A 

Waddell, res 322 Alfred 
Stone Wm, baker T R Carnovsky, bds 

5 St Catherine 
Storey Edgar M, carpenter, res 7 

Frontenac 
Si. n i ns Ahram, driver A McCormiek, 

res w s Beverly, 1 s of Union 
Storms Elton, painter J Laturney, lvs 
380 Prim ess 

Storms Oscar, laborer, lvs w s Beverly, 
1 s of Union 

Storms Sarah (wld Archibald), res 387 

Princess 
Stoughton Miss Elizabeth, res 4 Hale's 

Cottages, King w 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



INSURANCE IN FORCE, 
ASSETS OVER - ■ 
SURPLUS, - - • 



$20,000,000 

- 3,000,000 

315,000 



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237 



Stoughton Miss Mary C, lvs 4 Hale's 

Cottages, King w 
Stover Herbert M, helper Carnovsky 

Wood Mnfg Co, lvs 171 Victoria 
Stover Hiram, lab, res 171 Victoria 
Stover Philip H, teamster K P, res 476 

Brock 
Strachan Miss Ada L, music teacher, 

lvs 248 Division 
Strachan Archibald, hardware 193 Prin- 
cess, res 98 Bagot 
Strachan David, laborer, res e s To- 
ronto, 1 n of Johnston 
Strachan Harry M, printer Sun Job 

Printing Office, lvs 430 Princess 
Strachan Jane (wid John), res n s 

Stanley, cor Lansdowne 
Strachan Jean (wid John G), res 248 

Division 
Strachan Miss Mary, tailoress, bds 214 

Sydenham 
Strachan Nellie (wid Martin D), res 430 

Princess 
Strachan Thomas M, heater Locomo- 
tive "Works, res 8 St Catherine 
StraingeWmG,Grocer,149Montreal 

res same 
Strange Ernest O S, lvs 156 King e 
Strange Capt Frank, Superin- 
tendent of Military Stores and Dis- 
trict Paymaster Third and Fourth 
Military Districts, 95 Clarence, Resi- 
dence 83 Gore 
Strange John I Strange & Strange), 
Barrister, etc, 95 Clarence, Residence 
34 Barrie 
Strange J Campbell, clerk Post Office 

Inspector's dept, res 135 William 
Strange John M (Dalton & Strange), 
res 172 King e 



Strange Maxwell W, clerk Strange & 

Strange, lvs 94 Earl 
Strange Orlando S, Physician 
and Surgeon, Office Hours 2 to 4 pm; 
Office 68 Union e, Residence 156 King 
east 
Strange & Strange (John strange), 

Insurance Agents, 95 Clarence 
Stratford Henry, taxidermist 354 Prin- 
cess, res same 
Stratford Henry, jr, fireman Fire Hall 

No 2, res 410 Barrie 
Stratford Mrs Henry, grocer and reg- 
istry office for servants 284 Princess, 
res same 
Stratford James, mason, lvs 284 Prin- 
cess 
Strathy James B, res Emily st 
Stratton Elizabeth (wid John), lvs 359 

Alfred 
Stratton Miss Maud, lvs 670 Princess 
Striteh Wm, agent Singer Mnfg Co, 

bds 102 Rideau 
Strong Anthony, mach Kingston Foun- 
dry, res 160 Lower Bagot 
Strong Wm J, operator W C Conboy, 

lvs 160 Lower Bagot 
Stroud Bros, H M Hawley mngr, teas 

and coffees, 109 Princess 
Stroud G Victor, clerk J B Carruthers, 

lvs Tete du Pont Barracks 
Stroud W Allan, comp Kingston News, 

lvs Tete du Pont Barracks 
Struthers Clinton L, prop Dominion 

House, 312 Ontario 
Stuart, see also Stewart 
Stuart John, second engineer Gas 

Works, res 221 Division 
Stuart Joseph, driver Macnee & Min- 

nes, res 194 Ordnance 
Stunden Frederick, bartender, bds 445 
Princess 



YOI T NJC^- \A RTSTthathavea liking for the horse 

x V^^J-LMVJT 1V1Lv1> ftND 0THER doijiesTIC ANIMALS 
WOULD DO WELL TO TAKE A COURSE IN THE KINGSTON VETERINARY COLLEGE. CON- 
SULT PROF. KNIGHT OR GEO. W. BELL, V.S., D.V.D.S. TUITION VERY REASONABLE 



Our Stock is complete. 
Everything a Drug Store 
155 Princess Street. should have we keep. 



HOBART S MEDICAL HALL, 



238 



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Sturgess Emanuel, carter, res n s 
Markland, 3 w of Montreal 

Suddard Edward S, checker K & P 
Ry, res 22 Elm 

Suddard James H, lab, res 33 First 

Suddard Lucy (wid Francis), res 153 
Colbornt 

Suddard P George, sailor, lvs 153 Col- 
borne 

Sughrue John, lab GTR, res 88 Wel- 
lington 

Sullivan, see also O' Sullivan 

Sullivan Catherine (wid Hugh), res 225 
Wellington 

Sullivan Catherine (wid Michael), res 
169 Montreal 

Sullivan Charles A, stoker K P, res e 
s Collingwood, 4 n of Union 

Sullivan David, clerk McRae Bros, lvs 
Portsmouth 

Sullivan Dennis, carp K & P Ry 
shops, res 50 Bay 

Sullivan D Vincent, physician, cor 
Princess and King, lvs same 

Sullivan Edward W, clerk, bds 428 
Princess 

Sullivan Elizabeth (wid Michael), gro- 
cer 54 Ontario, res same 

Sullivan Jane (wid Rodger), grocer 94 
Gore, res same 

Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, res 46 Low- 
er Bagot 

Sullivan Jeremiah, lab, lvs 94 Gore 

Sullivan J Edward, motorman Street 
Ry Co, bds Portsmouth 

Sullivan John, driver R Crawford, res 
297 Johnston 

Sullivan John, lab, lvs 94 Gore 

Sullivan John, shoveller, res 407 B 

Sullivan John .1. Clerk \V Q Strains. 
lvs i»; Lower Magot 

Sullivan John .1. BflJ P .1 Walsh. 

lvs 407 Barrle 
Sullivan Joseph, BSilOT, lvs !! Railway 

Cottages, Ontario s-t 
Sullivan JOMPB -I. tinsmith R M Hor- 
K I I >T Marrie 



Sullivan Mary (wid Thomas), res 3 
Railway Cottages, Ontario st 

Sullivan Michael, contractor, 181 Mont- 
real, res 173 same 

Sullivan Senator M, Physician, 
Office and Residence Princess cor 
King. 

Sullivan Thomas, lvs 169Montreal 

Sullivan Wm, deputy warden K P, res 
same 

Sullivan Wm, helper Kingston Foun- 
dry, lvs 3 Railway Cottages, Ontario 
street 

Sullivan William H, Barrister, 
Solicitor, etc., 36 Clarence, Residence 
93 William 

Summerby Charles, clerk GTR, lvs 
Outer Depot 

Summerby Edgar, clerk Canada Hay 
Co, lvs Outer Depot 

Summerby James, conductor GTR, 
res e s Montreal, opp GTR Depot 

Sun Job Printing Office, W W Walker 
prop, 172 Wellington 

Sutherland Miss Anne M. lvs 30 Sy- 
denham 

Sutherland Charles, student, bds 
John 

Sutherland Frederick H, clerk J H 
Sutherland, lvs 189 University ave 

Sutherland James T, trav, res 15 Mack 

Sutherland John, res 295 Barrie 

Sutherland John H, boots and shoes 
103 Princess, lvs 189 University ave 

Sutherland Malcolm S (Fenwlck, Hen- 
dry & Co), res 151 Earl 

Sutherland Margarel (wid Alexander), 
is;> University ave 

Sutherland Robert, foreman J H Suth- 
erland, res 103 Princess 

Sutherland Robert D, clerk Fenwlck, 
II n.iiy .v CO, lvs LSI Karl 

Sutherland Baonuel, trav Macnee it 
Mlnnes, rea LOB «'i 

Sutherland Samuel <;. trav, res 299 

Queen 



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Swain Frank E. weaver Mrs J C 

Swain, lvs 140 York 
Swain John C, baker, 140 York, res 

same 
Swain Mrs John C, carpet weaver, 140 

York, res same 
Swain Samuel, weaver Mrs J C Swain, 

lvs 140 York 
Swain Harry, tinsmith Elliott Bros. 

lvs Barriefield 
Swales Jane (wid Wm), res 242 Uni- 
versity ave 
Swales Mrs K, lvs 173 Wellington 
Swan George T, Grocer 27 Ellice, 

res same 
Swan John J, carp W J Chapman, lvs 

27 Ellice 
Swan Samuel D, shoveller, res 47 Elm 
Swanson Harriet J (wid Wm J), res 

294 Johnston 
Swanston Adam, baker, res 33 Pine 
Sweeney John, painter T McMahon & 

Co, bds 230 Bagot 
Sweetman John, sectionman G T R, res 

Outer Depot 
Sweetman Thomas, car inspector G T 

R, res 793 Montreal 
Swift Miss Bridget, res 112 Welling- 
ton 
Swift Catherine (wid Michael), res 224 

King e 
Swift Jam es, ( James Swift & Co. 

Residence 161 King e 
Swift James & Co, ( James Swift, 
James F Lesslie),Coal Dealers, Wharf- 
ingers and Commission Merchants, 
foot of Johnston 
Swift Joseph F, Manager Domin- 
ion Express Co, and General Agent, 
King cor Clarence, res 44 William 



Swinyard Deone N, chief clerk G T R, 

res 83 Frontenac 
Switcher Max, clerk )St Lawrence 

Hotel 
Switcher Nelson, carp, res 228 Earl 
Switzer Mrs Adaline, boarding house 

288 Queen 
Switzer Fletcher, res 288 Queen 
Switzer Frederick D, lvs 228 Earl 
Switzer John J, butler Mrs K N Fen- 
wick, res 45 Earl 
Switzer Peter, lab, res 63 Queen 
Sykes Miss Sadie, nurse Orphan's' 

Home 
Symes Percy V, salesman Richmond & 

Co, res 19 Frontenac 
Synod Office, Rev Canon A Spencer 

Clerical Secretary, St George's Hall, 

Wellington cor Johnston 



Taggart Mrs John, dressmkr, lvs 246 

Barrie 
Tait John, lvs 37 Upper Charles 
Tait Joseph, Mason, Residence 87 

Upper Charles 
Tait Joseph G, mason, res 139 Colborne 
Tait Wm, clerk James Johnston & Co, 

lvs 139 Colborne 
Talbot Frank, lab, bds 201 Albert 
Tallon Miss Anna, lvs 103 Queen 
Tallon Miss Catherine, bds 103 Queen 
Tallon James, bds House of Providence 
Tallon John, section foreman G T R, 

res 675 Montreal 
Tallon Miss Margaret, bds 103 Queen 
Tandy Anna (wid Thomas S), res 117 

Bagot 
Tandy James H. student, lvs 



Gore 
Tandy Mary J, (wid Wm), res 84 Gore 



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Tandy Miss Norma, organist First 

Congregational Church, lvs 84 Gore 
Tandy Wm R. journalist, lvs 84 Gore 
Tarrant James A, mach hand Car- 

novsky Wood Mnfg Co, res 8 Ann 
Tarrant John, carp, res rear 661 Prin- 
cess 
Tarrant Stanley M, clerk J B MeLeod, 

lvs 8 Ann 
Taudvin John W, engineer Kingston 

Foundry, res 97 Wellington 
Taugher James, blacksmith W A Deeks 

& Son, lvs Ordnance cor Rideau 
Taugher Margaret (wid James), res 

n e cor Ordnance and Rideau 
Taylor Albert D, ( Taylor & Co, 

Residence 45 Clergy 
Taylor Ann (wid Wm), cook, res 23 

Stephen 
Taylor Charles, upholsterer T F Harri- 

Son Co. bds 228 Brock 
Taylor Charles, clerk H H Roche, lvs 

8 Ellice 
Taylor Edward J, engineer str Spartan 

res 212 Queen 
Taylor Francis, trader, res 438 King e 
Taylor Mrs Francis, confections 438 

King, res same 
Taylor Miss Hannah E B. music teach- 
er, lvs 8 Ellice 
Taylor Henry H, | Nugepl ft T.,v 

I'M.. Residence $1 Johnston 
Taylor Hudson, lvs 241 Queen 
Taylor John, agent London Life Ins 

1 '■'. <■■- 1 i'ine 
Taylor Mrs John, grocer 1 Pine, res 

SHIM- 

Taylor John, lab, res i.:, Division 
T.-iylor J,,hri, tailor C Livingston & Bro, 

I thi. tic n 
Taylor Jonathan, carter, res 8 Ellice 
Taylor Mary j, bouse maid Athletic 

House 
Taj lor Mai y (wid John), res U Divi- 
sion 



Taylor Richard, engineer str BannocK- 
burn, res 14 Main 

Taylor Samuel, plumber Elliott Bros, 
lvs 82 Division 

Taylor Capt Thomas F, inspr Inland 
Lloyds' 241 Queen, res same 

Taylor Wm B, manager Mrs C Han- 
sen, lvs 90 Wellington 

Taylor Capt Wm R, lvs 124 Bagot 

Taylor & Co, (Albeit I) Taylor), 
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, 88-90 
Princess 

Telgmann Miss Agnes, music teacher 
258 Princess, lvs same 

Telgmann's Music Emporium, 
Pianos, Organs and Musical Mer- 
chandise, 260 Princess, under the 
Conservatory of Music 

Telgmann F Bismarck, cigarmkr G A 
McGowan, bds 203 William 

Telgmann OscarF, Musical Direc- 
tor Kingston Conservatory of Mu- 
sic, and School of Elocution 2."*S, 
Princess Residence same 

Terrapin Hotel, Wm Shanahan prop 
76 Princess 

Tetlock John, carp, res s s Raglan Rd, 
1 w of Montreal 

Tetlock Samuel G, sailor str Spartan, 
res 264 Johnston 

Tenney Wm, shoemkr, 31S Johnston, 
res same 

Tetro James, engineer str Niagara, lvs 
1U Lower Bagot 

Tetro Lewis A, engineer str D D Cal- 
vin, res 145 Ordnance 

Tetro Michael, lab, res 66 North 

Tetro Michael D, engineer, res 112 Low- 
er l'.agot 

Tin ot. aid John M. barber 1S4 Ontario, 
bds British Am Hotel 

Therlault Francis x. engineer, res n s 
Concession rd, ;• w of Division 

Third James, MD, Medical Super- 
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Thomas Samuel E, plasterer, res 252 

Barrie 
Thompson, see also Thomson 
Thompson Alexander, polisher Worm- 
with & Co, lvs near Railway cottages 
Thompson Andrew A, woodworker Co- 
operative Sash and Door Factory, res 
279 Sydenham 
Thompson Charles A, ironer Kingston 

laundry, lvs 190 Sydenham 
Thompson Miss Elizabeth, stenograph- 
er James Richardson & Sons, lvs 2 
Colborne 
Thompson Francis coachman 104 Ba- 

got 
Thompson Francis, sailor barge Nor- 
way, res 190 Sydenham 
Thompson George, Collector of 
Taxes, City Buildings, res 359 Brock 
Thompson George M, printer Kingston 

News, bds Stanley House 
Thompson George R, boatbuilder W 

Robinson, res 23 Ontario 
Thompson Thomas, asst hospital over- 
seer • K P. res 331 Earl 
Thompson Thomas P, Dominion 
Inspector of Steamboat Boilers and 
Engineer Examiner, 38 Clarence, Res- 
idence 162 King e 
Thompson Wm W, carp K & P Ry 

shops, res 41 Main 
Thompson's Bottling Works, 
James Thompson Proprietor, 1-3 
York 
Thompson Gregory, bell boy City Ho- 
tel, lvs 25 Rideau 
Thompson Hanna (wid Thomas), res St 

Lawrence Hotel 
Thompson James, Proprietor 
Thompson's Bottling Works, 1-3 
York, bds Windsor Hotel 



Thompson J Duncan, Registrar of 
Deeds County of Frontenac, Office 
Head of West st, res 22 Colborne 

Thompson J Duncan jr, deputy regis- 
trar County of Frontenac.lvs 22 Col- 
borne 

Thompson John, lvs 109 Stuart 

Thompson John pedlar, lvs 16 Upper 
William 

Thompson John T, blacksmith Loco 
Works, lvs near Railway cottages 

Thompson Mary (wid Alexander), res 
rear Railway cottages Ontario st 

Thompson Miss Mamie, lvs 390 Alfred 

Thompson Melville F, bookkeeper 
Kingston Foundry, lvs 359 Brock 

Thompson Peter M, broommkr W Bail- 
ey & Co, res 453 Barrie 

Thompson Robert, porter Albion Hotel 

Thomson, see also Thompson 

Thomson Gillespie S, draughtsman lo- 
comotive works, lvs 2 Colborne 

Thomson Frederick C P, lab K Hosiery 
Co, lvs 583 Division 

Thomson James, clerk Grand Union 
Clothing Co, bds Stanley House 

Thomson Robert, cashier GTR, res 2 
Colborne 

Thomson Robert, watchman K Hosiery 
C-o. res 583 Division 

Thomson Robt F, lab, lvs 583 Division 

Thomson Susan (wid Adam), res 171 

Sydenham 
Thomson Thomas, watchman str Spar- 
tan, res 35 Rideau 

Thompson Robert, driver J Blakey, bds 

206 Barrie 
Thomson Wm, freight agent GTR,'' 

res 9 Wellington 
Thorn John L, acct J Mudie ,bds 247 
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Thornton Arthur T, lab, res n s Ste- 
phen, 3 w of Montreal 

Thornton Louis, student, lvs 225 Divis- 
ion 

Thornton Alary (wid Abraham), grocer 
225 Division, res same 

Thornton Rachel C (wid John), grocer 
505 Princess, res 503 same 

Thornton Wm J, carp Co-operative 
Sash and Door factory, res 17 Fronte- 
nao 

Thornton Wm R, clerk, lvs 296 John- 
ston 

Thorogood Joseph W, lather, res w s 
Victoria, 2 n of Johnston 

Thousand Island House, Con 
Millan Proprietor, cor Brock and On- 
tario 

Thousand Island Steamboat 
Co, M HFolger President, H S Fol- 
ger General Manager, 198 Ontario 

Thurlby Thos J, boarder K Hosiery 
Co, res 85 Collingwood 

Thurston Henry, engineer str Ban- 
nockburn, res 92 Barrack 

Tierney James, grocer 261 Ontario, res 
17 Colborne 

Tierney John, lab, res 153 Bagot 

Tierney Patrick, grocer 293 Ontario, 
res same 

Tighe Michael, blacksmith 11 Queen, 
13G I larrle 

Tighe Mi.-s Rosa, nurse General Hos- 
oltaJ 

Tilley Wm C, draughtsman Power & 
Son. Im!s 228 Johnston 

Tllson Robert, shoveller, res 358 (a) 
Monl real 

Timiiifi iii.in Nicholas, policeman res \\ 
s Victoria, 2 s of Concession rd 

Tlndall Ann (wid Thomas), lvs t Stan- 
. 

'ii dale Qeorge a, clgarmkr S Obern- 
dorfter, Ivi Barrlefleld 

i le .lanus.ei-.ii mki' S I >l K i ml. >rf 

fer, lvs i larj lefleld 



Tisdale John F, salesman S Anglin & 
Co, res Barriefield 

Tisdale Mitchell, boomsman S Anglin 
& Co, res Barriefield 

Titus Catherine (wid George), res n s 
Sixth, cor Chatham 

Titus Harry G, lvs n s Sixth, cor Chat- 
ham 

Tobyn Elizabeth (wid Richard), lvs 52* 
Princess 

Todd Margaret (wid James), lvs 35 
Ordnance 

Toland Jane (wid Joseph), res 116 (a> 
Lower Bagot 

Toner James, ' guard K P, bds 124 
Stuart 

Tooher Thomas, grocer 312 Montreal,, 
res same 

Toohey Ann (wid Thomas), res 322 
Brock 

Toole Vasco, bartender Windsor Ho- 
tel, bds same 

Tossell Elizabeth (wid Richard), res 
220 Johnston 

Towers James, clerk J A Hendry, lvs 
45 Ordnance 

Towers Wm J, elevator weighman M. 
T Co, res 45 Ordnance 

Town Elizabeth (wid Richard), res 318 
King e 

Townsend Margaret (wid Thomas), res 
123 Montreal 

Tow asend Win, carpenter, res e s Vic- 
toria, 3 s of Concession rd 

Townsend Wm H, bricklayer, res e s 
Victoria, 4 s of Concession rd 

Toye Richard H, Baker and Con- 
fectioner 808 King e, res 82 (Jore 

Trace; Francis, blacksmith instructor 
k p, res 28 Pembroke 

Trace} Wm .J, willow worker, lvs 29 

i Pembroke 

Travis Joseph, carpenter, res L56 i,ow- 
• t i lajrol 

Treneer John P, carter, res s s Con- 
fession rd, I e of Allied 



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Trenhail Eliza (wid Benjamin), res 431 

King e 
Trotter Bella (wid Robert), res e s 

Albert, 4 n of Princess 
Tuesdell David W, carpenter M T Co, 

res Chestnut, cor Prime 
Tryon Anthony, grocer 235 Wellington, 

res same 
Tucker Francis J, clerk Howland Bros, 

lvs 97 Raglan rd 
Tucker Margaret (wid John), lvs 349 

Brock 
Tucker Michael, fireman Cotton Mills, 

res 6 James 
Tucker Thomas, lab, res 97 Raglan rd 
Turbett Julia (wid John), nurse, res 

53 Division 
Turcott Alphus, carp, res 83 Division 
Turcott Arthur J, cigarmaker G A Mc- 

Gowan, lvs 10 Fifth 
Turcott George, carp, res 12 Fifth 
Turcott John B, laborer, res 10 Fifth 
Turcott LeBair, sailor, res 91 Gore 
Turcott Nicholas, lab Loco Works, res 

Barrie, bet Plum and Quebec 
Turkington John C, baker R H Toye, 

res 151 Montreal 
Turkington Wm, laborer, res 124 Rag- 
lan rd 
Turkington Wm J, contractor, res 433 

Alfred 

Turnbull Thomas C, engineer James 

Richardson & Sons, res 13 Frontenac 

Turner George W, agent, res 470 Brock 

Turner Isabella (wad David), lvs 81 

Frontenac 
Turner James, engineer, res 157 Rag- 
lan rd 
Turner Thomas J, private A Battery, 
lvs Pete du Pont Barracks 



Turpin George H, carter, res 37 Main 
Tutin John, mach R Davis & Son, bds- 

Ottawa House 
Tuttle Andrew, clerk McRae Bros, lv» 

109 Stuart 
Tuttle George, engineer str Glide, bds 

Lake View House 
Tuttle Isaac, fireman tug Thompson, 

bds Lake View House 
Tuttle John, policeman, res 109 Stuart 
Tweddell James, cutter John Twed- 

dell, lvs 100 Queen 
Tweddell John, merchant tailor 131 

Princess, res 100 Queen 
Tweed Wm A, painter Robinson Bros, 

res 19 Union w 
Twigg Isabella (wid John), lvs 37 King 

west 
Twigg John E, clerk Hy Skinner & 

Co, res 21 Frontenac 
Twigg Wm A, packer Robertson Bros, 

res 105 King w 
Twiss Francis, carter, res 117 Bar- 
rack 
Twiss Mary (wid Francis), lvs 117 Bar- 
rack 
Twitched Col Marshall H, 
United States Consul 174 Ontario, 
Residence 80 Wellington 
Tynan Wm, laborer J J Carrington, 

res 23(a) Main 
Tyner Ann (wid Wm), res 252 Univer- 
sity ave 
Tyner Sidney E, student, lvs 252 Uni- 
versity ave 
Tyner Wm G, student, lvs 252 Univer- 
sity ave 
Tyo Capt Stephen, res 14 Redan 
Tyo Stephen, jr, sailor, res 207 Mon- 
treal 



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United States Consulate, Col 

M H Twitchell Consul, 174 Ontario 
Uphill John watchmaker F W Spang- 

enberg, res 347 King e 
Upper Frank J. lvs 81 King e 
Upper Joseph, railroad contractor, res 

81 King e 
Urquhart Archibald, traveller, res 112 

Montreal 



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Vair Robert, res 205 Alfred 

Vale, see Veale 

Vanalstine Jarvis, laborer, res rear 246 

Montreal 
"Vanalstine Richard B, painter, res 11 

St Catherine 
Van Arnam Charles A, confectionery 

350 King e, res 108 Clergy 
Vanasky Ellen (wid Alexander), res 

307 Brock 
Vanasky John, tailor, lvs 307 Brock 
Vance Christopher, weaver 132 Clar- 
ence, res same 
Van Horn Elizabeth (wid Wm), res 154 

University ave 
Van Luven Alvin, clerk J R Hinds, res 

347 Alfred 
Van Luven Alonzo A, lvs 334 King e 
Van Luven Anson P, res w s Victoria, 

5 n of South Bartlett 
Van Luven Charles H, Janitor Whig 

Building, res 334 Kinp .• 
Van Luven Christopher \v, mach R 

Davis Boo, l\s ::::i King e 
Van Luven John B, harness maker, m 

88 Pine 
Van Luven Robert M. bookkeeper 
Grand Union Clothing Co, rea 868 
Brock 
Van Luven Thomas i<\ tre i 
County of Prontenac, «>fiic- Court 
Souse, rea Township <>r Kingston 



Van Tassel Wm A, Manager 

Haines & Lockett, 116 Princess, bds 
British American Hotel 
Van Winkel Jacob, carpenter, res 199 

Colborne 
Van Winkel John, lvs 199 Colborne 
Van Winkel Nial, carpenter, res 117 

Ordnance 
Van Winkel Winford H, clerk J B Mc- 

Leod, lvs 199 Colborne 
Varney Richard W, watchman Loco- 
motive Works, res 27 King w 
Varney Wm H. moulder, lvs 27 King w 
Veale Charles N, plumber R Davis & 

Son, lvs 154 York 
Veale Elijah, painter, res e s Albert, 6 

n of Princess 
Veale Miss Emma, nurse, lvs 154 York 
Veale John, baker 198 Barrie, res same 
Veale John, laborer, res 9 John 
Veale John, lab, res 257 Victoria 
Veale John, jr, watchman Jas Swift 

& Co, lvs 9 John 
Veale Mary (wid Elijah), res 154 York 
Veale Wm G, appr Simmons Bros, lvs 

e s Albert, 6 n of Princess 
Veale Wm J, carpenter, res e s Fron- 

tenac, 1 s of York 
Venton Miss Mary, dressmaker 266 

Princess, lvs same 
Vick David A, carp, res 12 Stephen 
Vick Hannah (wid Thomas), lvs 12 

Stephen 
Vidal Lieut-Col B H, A. tin- I> Mi. 
Office Artillery Park, bds Hotel Fron- 
tenac 
Villard Ernest, laborer, rea 1">2 Lower 

Bagot 
Vlnce Robert, fireman str America, lvs 

19 Ontario 
Vines Wm, engineer Water Works, res 

19 Ontario 
Vine- Wm, jr. painter T W Mllo, lvs 
19 Ontario 

ml Albert, curlier J .1 Carrlngton. 
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Virtue Ann (wid Matthew), res 337 Di- 
vision 

Voight Caroline (wid Henry C), res 226 
Johnston 

Volume Ann (wid James), res 428 Al- 
fred 

Volume David A, student, lvs 428 Al- 
fred 

Volume Miss Margaret, teacher Cata- 
raqui School, lvs 428 Alfred 

Volume Miss Nellie, teacher Central 
School, lvs 428 Alfred 



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Waddell David A, harnessmaker 83 
Princess, lvs 433 Brock 

Waddell John, prof R M College, res 
189 Johnston 

"Waddell John F, harnessmaker D A 
Waddell, res 249 Division 

Waddell Robert, res 82 Wellington 

Waddell Robert H, student, lvs 82 Wel- 
lington 

Waddington Bros (Wm and Henry), 
butchers 322 King e 

Waddindgton Henry (Waddington 
Bros), res Bath rd 

W r addington Wm (Waddington Bros), 
res Bath rd 

Wade Frederick J, clerk J S Hender- 
son, res 165 Alfred 

Wade Frederick J, sailor, res 8 Vine 

Wade George, broommaker W Bailey 
& Co, lvs 12 Russell 

Wade Henry, Druggist, cor King 
and Brock, Residence 238 Brock 

Wade James, laborer, res 12 Russell 

Wade James, jr, painter Moncrieff & 
Co, lvs 12 Russell 

Wade Mary A (wid Henry H), bds 53 
Earl 



Wade Thomas V, carp R Davis & 

Son, bds American Hotel 
Wade Wm, cutter K Hosiery Co, bds 

27 King w 
Wafer Francis, mach G A Wright, bds 

Ottawa House 
Waggoner Alexander C, cutter Grand 

Union Clothing Co, res 301 Univer- 
sity ave 
Waggoner Mary (wid Wm), lvs 438 

Brock 
Wagner Joseph, watchman Opera 

House, res rear 116 Barrack 
Wagner Deon, spinner Cotton Mills, 

res 158 Lower Bagot 
Wallwood Harry, painter T McMahon 

& Co, lvs 12 Upper William 
Wainwright Arthur H, wood carver, 

res 439 Brock 
Wakeford Fred W, broker Ontario 

Chambers, bds Albion Hotel 
Waldren Henry N, student, bds 218 

Johnston 
Waldren Wm M, clerk Richmond & 

Co, res 237 Division 
Waldron Edward W, clerk R Waldron, 

lvs 80 Barrie 
Waldron Richard, dry goods 168 Wel- 
lington, res 80 Barrie 
Waldron Richard S, clerk R Waldron, 

res 38 Wellington 
Waldron Thomas, lvs 147 Sydenham 
Wales Miss Emily, lvs 91 Queen 
Wales Robert, res 119 William 
Wales Wilson E, turner Carnovsky 

Wood Mnfg Co, bds 218 Johnston 
Walkem George A, lvs 72 Barrie 
Walkem Hugh C, clerk Bank of B N A, 

lvs 72 Barrie 
Walkem Joseph B, ( Walkem & 

Walkem), Residence "Willow Cot- 
tage," King w 



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Walkem Richard T, QC, DCL 

(Walkem & Walkem), Residence 

"Romilly House," 72 Barrie 
"Walkem Wm, lvs 72 Barrie 
Walkem & Walkem ( Richard T. 

QC, DCL, and Joseph B), Barristers, 

Solicitors, etc, 93 Clarence 
Walker Catherine (wid Thomas), bds 

26 Main 
Walker Charles, appr J J Carrington, 

lvs 16 Pine 
Walker Charles A, bartender Oriental 

Hotel, res 35 York 
Walker Charles W. student, lvs 220 

Oueen 

Walker David J, Clerk County of 

Frontenac, Office Court House, Resi- 
dence 325 Earl 
Walker Duncan, blacksmith, res 16 
Pine 

Walker Eliza( wid David), lvs 308 
Montreal 

Walker Ernest A, clerk H Sharpe, lvs 
379 Johnston 

Walker Miss Eva, teacher Louise Pub- 
lic School, lvs 186 Union w 

Walker George, trav The Gardiner Co, 
bds 379 Johnston 

Walker George M, butler 45 King e 

Walker Helen (wid John), nurse, res 
s s Fifth, 4 w of Division 

Walk, r Herbert L. blacksmith R Davis 
A Son, res 202 Ba 

Walker .Ian. (wid John), res 62 Arch 

Walker John, bookkeeper E Chown A 
Bon, res 297 University a v.- 

Walker John s. salesman a Straohan, 
res 220 Queen 

Walker Marcus C, carp K Davis & 
Bon, rei IS si < lathei li 

Walker Percy, Fruits and Con- 
i y. _'7i Princess, bds 92 Queen 
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Walker Robert H, prop Oriental Hotel 
186 Wellington 

Walker Walter W, prop Sun Job Print- 
ing Office, 172 Wellington, res 2'J4 
same 

Wallace Robert, Stone Dealer, 
Bagot cor Queen, res 189 Clergy 

Walsh, see also Welch 

Walsh Miss Annie, lvs 118 Colborne 

Walsh Charles, clerk, lvs 402 Barrie 

Walsh Edwin, tailor 208 Princess, res 
26 Upper Charles 

Walsh Miss Elizabeth, lvs 118 Colborne 

Walsh James, lab, res 28 Upper Wil- 
liam 

Walsh John J, res 82 Earl 

Walsh Lawrence F, guard K P, res US 
Albert 

Walsh Miss Louise, lvs 118 Colborne 

Walsh Miss Mary, lvs 115 Albert 

Walsh Mary A (wid James J>. res 31 
Clergy 

Walsh Michael, butcher S6 Brock, res 
680 Princess 

Walsh Patrick, Coal and Wood, 
55-. r >7 Barrack, bds 312 Ontario 

Walsh Patrick, grocer 102 Barrie, res 

same 

Walsh Patrick .i. drj g Is, 160 Prin- 

i, bds Brit Am Hotel 

Walsh Robert, weaving overseer Cot- 
ton Mills, res i h Rldeau 

Walsh Thomas, Ian, res 98 Barrack 

Walter Thomas P, tailor, lvs 218 John- 
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Wanless Wm A, sergt " A '* Battery, 

res 172 Rideau 
Ward Annie, chambermaid Windsor 

Hotel 
Ward Anna M (wld John), res 162 

Johnston 
Ward Ellen (wid John). Ivs 162 John- 
ston 
Ward Henry, painter Robinson Bros, 

res 132 Victoria 
Ward John, grocer, 41 Brock, res 34 

Johnston 
Ward Miles, lab, res 34 James 
Ward Milton, painter, lvs 34 James 
Ward Pressley, coachman Mrs J E 

Richmond, res rear 34 Union w 
Ward Miss Sarah J. bds 18 Elm 
Ward Wm. mach R Davis & Son, res 

Chestnut, cor Cherry 
■Ward Wm R, lab, lvs n w cor Chest- 
nut and Cherry 
Warmington George, plumber MoKel- 

vey & Birch, res 229 Earl 
Warren Thomas R G, clerk W G Ash- 
ley, bds 622 Princess 
Warren Wm H, clerk McKelvey & 

Birch, res 143 Montreal 
Wartman Miss Amy, nurse General 

Hospital 
V/artman Arthur, student, bds 175 

Clergy 
Wartman Edward H, fruit exporter, 

res 76 Frontenac 
Wartman James, lab, lvs w s Albert, 

2 n of Brock 
Wartman Raymond L, mason, res w 

s Albert, 2 n of Brock 
Wartman Sobrina J, (wid Horace Y), 

res 305 Brock 
Wartman Walter J, contractor, w s 
Albert, 5 s of Johnston, res same 



Warwick Allison H, clerk T Lambert, 

lvs 86 Arch 
Warwick Caroline (wid Charles J), res 
' 86 Arch 
Warwick Charles, salesman J Laidlaw 

& Son, lvs 86 Arch 
Waterman Isaac, Mngr. Imperial 

Oil Co, Ltd, cor Rideau and Catara- 

qui Streets, Residence London, Ont, 

Kingston Address, British American 

Hotel 
Waters John, lab, res 279 Queen 
Waters John M, baker, 101 Lower Ba- 

got, lvs same 
Wathen Ernest, lab, lvs 167 Queen 
Yv'athen Wm J, driver E Chown & 

Son, res 167 Queen 
Watkins Sarah (wid George), res w s 

Victoria, 4 n of Princess 
Watson Alexander, lab, res 24 Earl 
Watson Edward C, student Dr J H 

Bell, lvs Queen's College Grounds 
Watson George C, tailor Rockwooi 

Asylum, res 226 University ave 
Watson John, lab, res 7 York 
Watson John, MA, LLD, prof Queen's 

College, res College Grounds 
Watson Miss Nellie, bds 118 Lower Ba- 

got 
Watson Wm J, foreman W J Crothers, 

res 190 Rideau 
Watt Robert, lab, res 29 Union w 
Watts Abram J, lab, lvs s s Quebec, 

2 e of Cherry 

Watts Albert G, junior janitor Queen's 

College, lvs s s Quebec, 2 e of Cherry 

Watts Alexander, lab, res 80 Johnston 

Watts Charles E, clerk Jas Crawford, 

bds 429 Brock 
Watts Eliza (wid Robert), res 290 John- 
ston 



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Watts Harry W, mason, res 107 York 

Watts James, lab, A Maclean, lvs s s 
of Quebec, 2 e of Cherry 

Watts James, gardener, res 270 John- 
ston 

Watts John W, engineer M T Co, res 
11 Rideau 

Watts Wm H. gardener Col John Duff, 
res e s Albert. 1 n of Princess 

Webb Julia (wid Patrick), res 135 
Montreal 

Webs-ter Albert M G, student, lvs 203 
William 

Webster Benjamin E, student, lvs 118 
Stuart 

Webster Charles R, Barrister, 
Solicitor, etc, 151 Wellington cor 
Clarence, lvs lis Stuart. 

Webster Edward S, salesman T Lam- 
bert, lvs 203 W T illiam 

Webster Mary (wid Wm), res lib 
Stuart 

W 7 ebster Wm, agent, res 203 William 

Webster Win F, clerk J S R McCann, 
lvs 203 William 

\\". hman John, quarryman R Wallace. 
bds 201 Albert 

Weights and Measures Office, 
John A, Macdonald, Inspector, Clar- 
ence at 

Weir James C, steward K P, res 218 
Barrie 

Welbanks Walter McK, blacksmith, 312 
Barrie, res 379 Johnston 

\wi< h. Bee also Walsh 

Welcb Alexander, bartender 1000 Is- 
land House, res 116 William 

Welcb Charl.s. marble cutter EC 1 '. 
Welch & Son. res 26 York 

w , i, h Edward, clerli K & P Ry. lvs 
•;:: Sari 

Welch Edwin R (B R Welch A Son), 
179 Division 

\\v|. h i: K .v Son IK'Iu in U an. I 

i,. ,|. i i. ki. marble works, MM Priri- 



Welch Frederick (E R Welch & Son), 

lvs 179 Division 
Welch Helen (wid John), res 63 Earl 
Welch Lawrence T, clerk Merchants 

Bank, lvs 63 Earl 
Welch Thomas G, teamster K & P Ry, 

res 65 Sydenham 
Wellborn Wm, farmer, res w s Regent, 

1 n of Johnston 
Weller Miss Jane E, (Misses Weller), 

lvs 110 Queen 
Weller Misses (Sarah and Jane E), 

fancy goods and dressmkrs. 201 Wel- 
lington 
W^eller Miss Rebecca A, res 110 Queen 
Weller Miss Sarah (Misses Weller), lvs 

110 Queen 
Wells Charles A, livery, 34 Princess. 

lvs 373 King 
W 7 ells Emma (wid Henry P), lvs 332 

Princess 
Wells Henry, harnessmkr, 373 Kir. 

res same 
Wells Wm J. clerk Post Office, res 19S 

Alfred 
Wemp Miss Gussie, bookkeeper Singer 

Mnfg Co, bds 48 Clergy 
Wemn John, teamster K & P Ry. re* 

120 Lower Bagot 
Wescott Wm, lab, res 133 Queen 
West Wm S, auctioneer, res 250 On- 
tario 
Western Assurance Co, John A 

Gardiner Agent. 151 Wellington, (see 

adv back cover) 
Western House. Owen McGinnis prop 

164 Ontario 
Whalen Annie (wid James), lvs rear 87 

Johnston 
Whalen Daniel V, patternmkr Locomo- 
tive Works, lvs 156 Bagot 
Whalen Miss Emily, bookkeeper St.-aey 

,<• Steacy, lvs 17 John 
Whalen Luke engineer, res L'o-j King e 

Whaler! ikarfrarel <wid Daniel), res ir>6 
Bagot 



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Whalen Miss Mary, lvs 33 Pine 

Whalen Patrick, tanner, res 17 John 

Whalen Silvester, tailor E Walsh, lvs 
4l'2 Victoria 

Whalen Water, shoemaker W Allen & 
Son, bds Queen's Hotel 

Wheeler Miss Jane, tailoress, lvs 271 
Sydenham 

Wheelock Milton B, Manager 
Lake Ontario Fish Co, 50 Brock, res 
n s Johnston, 2 w of Nelson 

Whinton John M, foreman plumber 
McKelvey & Birch, res 68 Charles 

Whitcombe Margaret (wid James), res 
189 Brock 

White Arthur, clerk British American 
Hotel 

White Charles A, student, res 194 Ba- 
got 

White Eliza (wid Wm), res rear 168 
Bagot 

White Ezra O, restaurant 230 Princess, 
res same 

White Fred, insurance 95 Clarence, res 
s s Alice, 5 w of University ave 

White Hannah (wid John), res 312 
-ohnston 

White John T, agent Canada Life As- 
surance Co 254 Bagot, res 194 Uni- 
versity ave 

White Joseph, lab, res 613 Division 

White Sophia B (wid John), dressmkr 
445 Princess, res same 

White Thomas, lab, res 404 Montreal 

White Wm J, clerk Britton & Whit- 
ing lvs rear 186 Bagot 

White Wm J B, insurance agent 254 
Bagot, res 13 Mack 

Whitebread John, auditor K & P Ry, 
res 174 Lower Bagot 



Whitfield James W A, baker R H 
Toye, res 108 York 

Whitfield Jane (wid Thomas), lvs 289 
Queen 

Whitehead John, carter, res 16 Mark- 
land 

Whitehead Joseph, laborer, res n s 
Raglan rd, 1 w of Patrick 

Whitehead Robert, carter, lvs 16 
Markland 

Whitehead Sarah E (wid James J), res 
58 Union w 

Whitehead Wm, laborer, lvs 16 Mark- 
land 

Whitelaw David, moulder, res 230 Earl 

Whiting John L, BA, ( Britton & 

■ Whiting), lvs 52 Clergy 

Whiting Rev Richard, res 52 Clergy 

Whitney Frederick, prop American 
Hotel, 29 Brock 

Wickham Charles, laborer, res 15 
Clergy w 

Wilder Artemus, farmer, res Conces- 
sion rd 

Wilder Miss Emma, teacher Central 
School, lvs Concession rd 

Wilder George, tea merchant, res 211 
Nelson 

Wilder Henry M, watchmaker Smith 
Bros, lvs 211 Nelson 

Wilder Henry S, dairy, res cor Prin- 
cess and Concession rd 

Wilder Jonas, farmer, lvs Concession 
road 

Wiley, see also Willey and Wylie 

Wiley Miss Elizabeth, lvs Mrs Bre- 
den cor Princess and Bath rd 

Wilkins Henry, painter T McMahon & 
Co, res 410 Johnston 

Wilkins Miss Agnes C, lvs 204 King e 



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past ten years of the diseases of these animals 
and has fitted up a hospital for the treatment of 
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155 Princess Street. 



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sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
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Wilkinson George, lab Carnovsky 

"Wood Mnfg Co, res 246 Barrie 
Wilkinson George M & Son, 

(Henry J Wilkinson), Groceries, 

Crockery, Wines and Liquors 180 

Wellington 
Wilkinson George W, driver Carnovsky 

Wood Mnfg Co, lvs 246 Barrie 
Wilkinson Henry | George M 

Wilkinson & Son), Res 130 Bagot 
Wilkinson Miss Louisa, bds 212 King w 
Willey, see also Wiley and Wylie 
Willey Jabez W, driver, res 396 Bar- 
rie 
Willey Mary (wid Jabez H), lvs 316 

Barrie 
Willett Mary (wid Arthur), res 314 

Johnston 
Wellett Arthur, carp, lvs 314 Johnston 
Williams Cornelius, gardener, res 169 

Victoria 
Williams David, surveyor, lvs 220 

Queen 
Williams Frederick G, sailor, bds Ot- 
tawa House 
Williams George H, carpenter, res e s 

Collingwood, 5 n of Union 
Williams John, res 36 Colborne 
Williams John, stableman F A Bibby 

res 153 Clergy 
Williams John E, trav G A McGowan, 

lvs 69 Victoria 
Williams Joseph, lab, bds 228 Ontario 
Williams Martha (will John), lvs li 

Wade's lane 
Williams Martitia (wid George H), res 

is Earl 
Williams R S & Sons Co, The, Ltd, 

(Tomtit hi, J \, Cook, Manager, Pianos 

and I 188 Wellington 

Williams Thomas, driver, res 37 Kin- 
wist 

Williamson Adam, Contractor, II") 
Gore, res same 

Williamson Mrs Annie, lvs 200 Rldeau 



Williamson Archibald R B, student Dr 

J H Bell, lvs 115 Gore 
Williamson Frederick M, pressman 

British Whig, res 200 Rideau 
Williamson George H, student, lvs 115 

Gore 
Williamson Henry, appr E Chown & 

Son, lvs w s Collingwood, 2 n of King 
Williamson Mary (wid James), res w r s 

Collingwood, 2 n of King 
Williamson Owen, currier J J Carring- 

ton, lvs 200 Rideau 
Williamsville Hotel, Joseph Mc- 

Connell Proprietor, Princess, cor 

A'ictoria 
Willis Mrs Ida, lvs 50 North 
Willis Hugh, butcher M Walsh, res 813 

Princess 
Willis John, clerk Anglo-American 

Hotel 
Wilmot Henry F, clerk P O Inspector's 

dept, res 391 Brock 
Wilmot Henry F, contractor 113 Stu- 
art, res same 
Wilmot Mrs Mary, boarding house, res 

311 University ave 
Wilmot Nathaniel, blacksmith 39 Mon- 
treal, res 181 Colborne 
Wilson Ann (wid Wm), res 266 Rideau 
Wilson Ann (wid Wm), lvs rear 374 

Brock 
Wilson Ann T (wid Henry), lvs e s Al- 
bert, 9 n of Princess 
Wilson Catherine (wid John), res If 

Upcer William 
Wilson Charles E, lva L'OJ Queen 
Wilson Esther C (wid Edward B), res 

126 Union « 
Wilson George, contractor 14:: King w, 

tis same 
Wilson Qeorge, laborer, res 12 Deacon 
wnson George F, stonecutter, re 

i lolborne 
Wilson George II, paymaster Cotton 

Mills, rag -y,i Rideau 
Wilson Harry, | Dupont & Wilson), 
denes i-i Lower Bagot 



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Wilson Henry, billiard marker British 
American Hotel, Ivs 38 Upper Charles 

Wilson Houghton W, res 48 Clergy 

Wilson James, supt Canada Dry Dock, 
30 Union e, Residence "Bellevue," 
Centre st 

Wilson James H, farmer, res e s Al- 
bert, 9 n of Princess 

Wilson John F, grocer 5 O'Kill, res 
same 

Wilson John S, plumber Nugent & 
Taylor, lvs 5 O'Kill 

Wilson Joseph, contractor, res Rideau, 
cor Bay 

Wilson Levi, laborer, lvs e s Albert, 9 
n of Princess 

Wilson Miss Mary J, res 192 Bagot 

Wilson Richard, asst engineer British 
American Hotel, res 38 Upper 
Charles 

Wilson Richard J, Manager Can- 
adian Pacific Railway Co's Tele- 
graph, Residence 277 Alfred 

Wilson Robert E, plumber Elliott Bros, 
lvs 198 Queen 

Wilson Robert J, driller Locomotive 
Works, res 25 Main 

Wilson Samuel, clerk T H Johns, bds 
247 Brock 

Wilson Thomas C, Livery Stable 
120-124 Clarence, Residence 202 Queen 

Wilson Thomas J, laborer, res n s 
Stephen, 2 w of Montreal 

Wilson Walter, barber J M Theobald, 
lvs 38 Upper Charles 

Wilson Walter, driver W Drury, res 
150 Raglan rd 

Wilson Wm, res 198 Queen 

Wilson Wm, laborer, res 152 Raglan rd 

Wilson Wm, laborer, lvs 150 Raglan rd 



Wilson Wm H, salesman Macnee & 

Minnes, lvs 198 Queen 
Wilson Wm J, cigarmaker G A Mc- 

GrOwan, bds 70 Princess 
Wilton Miss Hattie, dressmaker, lvs 

361 Bagot 
Wilton Henry, harnessmaker 243 Ba- 
got, res 361 same 
Wilton Henry A, tinsmith McKelvey & 

Birch, lvs 361 Bagot 
Wiltshire Walter, baker, res 76 Dur- 
ham 
Winder Martha (wid Alfred), servant 

J B Walkem 
Windsor Hotel, Fralick <fc Co 

Proprietors, Princess, cor Montreal 
Winter Wm J, agent, res 376 Barrie 
Wolfe Charles, servant R M College, 

res 112 Ordnance 
Wood, see also Woods 
Wood Abba A (wid Dennis L), res 286 

Johnston 
Wood Alexander M, driver Ostler Bros, 

bds 231 University ave 
Wood Bros (Henry A and Isaac), jewel- 

lery, 236 Princess 
Wood Chester W, guard K P, res 4 

Newman's Cottages, King w 
Wood Elizabeth A (wid Samuel), lvs 

75 Pine 
Wood Miss Etta, lvs 29 Charles 
Wood Henry A (Wood Bros), res 236 

Princess 
Wood Isaac, Physician andSurgeon; 

Office Hours 8 to 9 am, 2 to 4 and 7 

to 9 pm, Telephone 386, Office 122 

Wellington, Residence 124 same 
Wood John W, lab, res 27 Pine 
Wood Mary, cook Ottawa House 
Wood Neal P, asst storekeeper K P,res 

64 Livingston ave 



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Telephones 514- and 201. 



Treats all diseases of do- 
mestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to day 
or night. 



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155 Princess Street. 



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Wood Samuel, lab, res 75 Pine 

Wood Wm, lab, res 284 Bagot 

Wood Wm, trimmer K "Vehicle Co, 
bds 22S Queen 

Wood Wm H, watehmkr Wood Bros, 
lvs 236 Princess 

Woodhead Thomas, clerk Military 
Stores, res 54 Place d'Armes 

Woodhouse Arthur W, sailor, lvs 673 
Princess 

Woodhouse Elizabeth J (wid Henry), 
res 673 Princess 

Woodrow Wm H, asst engineer Gas 
Works, res 306 Queen 

Woods, see also Wood 

Woods David J, lab, res 25 Chatham 

Woods James, tinsmith, lvs 134 Chat- 
ham 

Woods John C, Fancy Goods, 101 
Princess, res London, Ont 

Woods Miss Maria, fancy goods 192 
Wellington, res 314 University ave 

Woods Mary (wid Wm), res 134 Chat- 
ham 

Woods Wm, lvs 169 Montreal 

Woods Wm H V, storeman Jas Redden 
& Co, res 130 Nelson 

Wooton James, pensioner, res 79 
Queen 

Wooton John J, carter, res 216 Alfred 

Wormwith Wm H (Wormwith & Co), 
res 185 University ave 

Wormwith & Co (Wm H Wormwith. 
Richard McMillan, George Lee, 
Thomas Connor), piano mnfrs, 75 
Princess 

Worth Ellen (wid Thomas), res 154 Col- 
borne 
Wrenchall Charles E, principal King- 
ston School <>f Art. res SI Albert 
Wr.'iish.ill ( 'harles M. discount clerk 

Merchant! Bank, lvs 81 Albert 
Wright Caroline (wid John), res 273 

Johnston 
Wright Charles, \\ at< hmkr F W Span- 
gen berg, res 237 Alfred 



Wright Clark & Son, ( Clark W 

Wright), Hatters and Furriers, 178 

Wellington 
Wright Clark W, ( Clark Wright 

& Son). Residence 25 Colborne 
Wright Edward, dheese box mkr, rms 

34 Kllice 
Wright George A, mach, 53 Queen, res 

144 Bay 
Wright Horace V, clerk Standard 

Bank, bds 247 Brock 
Wright John, engineer, bds Central 

Hotel 
Wright John, foreman Board of Works, 

res 303 King w 
Wright John, salesman Macnee & 

Minnes, res 20 Garratt 
Wright Margaret (wid George), res 110 

Barrack 
Wright Matthew, cabinetmkr, res G T 

R Outer Depot 
Wright Robert, weaver, bds 66 Bay 
Wright Robert J, mason, res 305 Bagot 
Wright Thomas A, foreman Imperial 

Oil Co. res 27 Charles 
Wright Thomas J, trav, res 78 Fron- 

tenac 
Wright Walter, carp, res Outer Depot 
Wright Wm, butcher, res e s Bath Rd, 

1 w of Princess 
Wright Wm H, sailor, lvs G T R Outer 

Depot 
Wright Zeadoc W, foreman J McLeod, 

res 358 Johnston 
Wurtele Capt Alfred G G, prof Royal 

Military College, res 140 Johnston 
Wylle, see also Wiley and Wllley 
Wylie George C, carp, res 411 King e 



fatei BUaabetb (wid Octavlua), res 

64 William 

Yates Miss Helen I>. artist 89 Welling- 
ton, lvs M William 

Yates James B, carp, res J is Earl 



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Yates James B, jr, carp, lvs 248 Earl 

Yates Jane (wid Horatio), res s w cor 
Centre and Union 

Yeddow Henry, watchman M T Co, 
res 26 Place d'Armes 

Yeomans Miss Bessie, nurse General 
Hospital 

York County Loan & Savings Co, G W 
* Risdon supt, 20 Market Sq 

Youlden Henry, chief Fire Depart- 
ment, res 102 Clergy 

Young Adelbert G, painter J Laird, bds 
308 Ontario 

Yeung Miss Annie, lvs 232 Barrie 

Young Annie (wid David), res 226 Earl 

Young Arthur J, tinsmith Elliott Bros, 
lvs 198 Colborne 

Young David J, baggageman K & P 
Ry, res 283 Montreal 

Young Frederick, painter Robinson 
Bros, lvs 198 Colborne 

Young George, Agent Shedden Co, 
Ltd, foot of William, res 169 Univer- 
sity ave 

Young George, boots and shoes 397 
Princess, res 198 Colborne 

Young George A, student, lvs 169 Uni- 
versity ave 

Young Gordon A, finisher Wormwith 
& Co, lvs Barriefield 

Young Henry, lvs 296 Queen 



Young Henry A, mason, res s s Que- 
bec, 2 e of Cherry 

Young Irishmen's Catholic Benevolent 
Association, 116 Wellington 

Young Lewis, student, lvs 15 Charles 

Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation, G D Murray General Sec- 
retary, cor Princess and Barrie 

Young Richard, mason instructor KP. 
res 70 Livingston ave 

Young Stephen R, currier J J Carring- 
ton, res 15 Charles 

Ycung Wilbur F, foreman British 
Whig, res 133 Union w 

Y'oung Wm W, trav W J Crothers, lvs 
226 Earl 

Young Womens' Christian Association, 
Miss Agnes M Machar, Secretary, 213 
"William 

Yuil James, trav R J Carson, bds 132 
Wellington 



Ziegler George, brewer Bajus Brewery, 
res 288 Wellington 

Ziegler George, jr, comp British Whig, 
lvs 288 Wellington 

Ziegler Jacob, upholsterer F C Mar- 
shall, lvs 288 Wellington 



Our Stock is complete. 
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KINGSTON 



Business Directory, 



ACCOUNTANTS. 

Clark J E, 42 Clarence 
Gardiner J A, 151 Wellington 
McCann J S R, 332 King e 
Melver J B, 38 Clarence 
Minnes, T D, 159 Wellington 

ADJUSTERS. 
Gardiner J A, 151 Wellington 
McCann J S R, 332 King e 

AGENTS. 
(INSURANCE.) 

Fair W J, cor King and Clarence 
Fraser N F, 67 Clarence 
Gardiner J A, 151 Wellington 
Gildersleeve H H, 42 Clarence 
Gildersleeve J P, 42 Clarence 
Godwin W H, 344 King e 
Hoath J S, 155 Princess, cor Bagot 
Hobart G F, 155 Princess, cor Bagot 
Howard Herbert, Ontario Bank 
Kent Bros, 91 Clarence 
Loscombe A E M, 233 Bagot 
McCann J S R, ~-W King e 
Mclver J B, 38 Clarence 
Macnee J H, 194 Ontario 
Macpherson & Hooper, 95 Clarence 
Martin C H, 159 Wellington 
Maxwell ('. VV. 194 Ontario 
Mill* & Cunningham, 79 Clarence 
Minnes T D, 159 Wellington 
Pearce R P, Ontario Chambers 
Roufghton Stephen, LSI Welling- 
ton. (Bee ailv right top lines.) 



Strange & Strange, 95 Clarence 
Swift James, 295 King e 
Swift J F, 295 King e 
White Fred, 95 Clarence 
White J T, 254 Bagot 
White W J B, 254 Bagot 

(LOAN). 

Gardiner J A, 151 Wellington 
McCann J S R, 332 King e 

(MANUFACTURERS). 

DeCarteret Clement (sugar and syrups). 
332 King e 

Hendry J A (grocers' sundries), 171 On- 
tario 

(TICKET). 

Folger's General Ticket Agency, ft of 

Brock 
Gildersleeve J P, 42 Clarence 
Hanley T & Sons, Ontario cor Johnston 
Wilson R J, 30 Clarence 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Hut; lies & Son, 20 Market sq 
Johnston J & Son, 132 Clarence 

APIARISTS. 
Ramsay J H, 105 Raglan rd 

APPRAISERS. 
Gardiner J A, 151 Wellington 
McCann J S R, 882 King e 



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1 ARCHITECTS. 

Ellis Arthur. 159 Wellington 
Newlands Wm, 332 King e cor Brock 
Power & Son, 81 Brock, over Merch- 
ants' Bank 

ARTISTS. 
Brophy Miss Margaret, 59 Wellington 
Henderson Nicholas, 8 Ontario 
Light R H, 96 Earl 

ASSIGNEES. 

Gardiner J A, 151 Wellington 
McCann J S R, 332 King e 

AUCTIONEERS. 

Hutcheson J E, 260 Alfred 
Martin A R. 56 Brock 
Wills J H, 90 Brock 
Salter Joseph, 58 Brock 
West W S, 250 Ontario 

AUER LIGHTS. 
Bay of Quinte Auer Light Co, 256 Ba- 
got 

BAKERS. 
Bassam W E, 241 Bagot 
Begg G L M, 50 William 
Bell John, 221 Montreal 
Boyd James, 262 Princess 
Carnovsky T R, 668-670 Princess 
Hughes M F, 142 Montreal 
Lougher Henry, 647 Princess 
McDonald Alexander, 289 Princess 
McLaughlin John, 222 Princess 
Pillar Wm, 358 Princess 
Pollitt Wm, Collingwood st 
Pound G D, 358 Montreal 
Pound John, 271 Division 



Schofield James, 370 Princess 
Swain J C, 140 York 
Swanston Adam, 33 Pine 
Toye R H, 302 King e 
Veale John, 198 Barrie 
Waters John, 101 Lower Bagot 

BAKING POWDER MANUFACTUR- 
ERS. 
Couper Daniel, 341-3 Princess 
Hobart G S & Sons, 155 Montreal 
Johns T H, 270 Princess 

BANKS AND BANKERS. 

Bank of British North America, G A 
Robinson Manager, City Buildings 

Bank of Montreal. R J B Cromble Man- 
ager, King cor William 

Carruthers J B, Clarence cor Wellington 

Curtis C L, 138 Wellington 

Folger Bros, 198 Ontario 

Kent Bros, 91 Clarence 

Merchants' Bank of Canada, George E 
Hagua Manager, Brock, cor Welling- 
ton 

Mills & Cunningham, 79 Clarence 

Ontario Bank, A J Macdonell Manager, 
cor King and Clarence 

Simpson Isaac, 89 Clarence 

Standard Bank of Canada, W D Harl 
Manager, 141 Princess 

BARBERS. 
Aubin & Hunt, 280 Princess 
Benn Ernest, 31 Brock. 
Bird Henry, 357 Princess 
Doherty Hugh, 299 Montreal 
Donaldson & Magnet, 371 King e 
Elmer A E, 72 Princess 
Elmer R H, 161 Princess 
Fields A E, 45 Princess 



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||CCAvLv fit nnRS ^ or tne P ast ten y ears .° f , the" diseases of 



CONSULTATION FREE. 



these animals and has fitted up a hospital 
for the treatment of their diseases and 
injuries. Telephones 514 and 201. 



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155 PRINCESS STREET. 



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Medicines. We keep your 
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BARBERS— Continued 

Fokes E J, 223 Princess 
Haffner P T, 352 Princess 
Healey T J, 205 Montreal 
Johnson J B, 157 Wellington 
Johnson H S, 70 Brock 
Jcnes J H, 50 Clarence 
Lachapelle Felix, 234 Ontario 
Lee A J, 51 Brock 
Morrissey D J, 339 King- e 
Perry W J, 31 Brock 
Purcell P J, 73 Clarence 
Theobald J M, 184 Ontario 

BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC, 
Bawden Joseph, 194 Ontario 
Britton & Whiting, 69 Clarence 
Brown F M, 159 Wellington 
Cunningham A B, 79 Clarence 
King Francis, Ontario Chambers 
Kirkpatrick F G, 81 Brock 
Kirkpatrick & Rogers, 194 Ontario 
Mclntyre & Mclntyre, 304 King e 
Macdonnell & Farrell, 38 Clarence 
Machar J M, 38 Clarence 
Mudie John, 89 Clarence 
Mundell Wm, BA, 151 Wellington cor 

Clarenc* 
Shaw Robert, 332 King e 
Skinner J S, 79 Clarence 
Smythe & Lyon, Ontario Chambers 
Snook T L, 200 Ontario 
Strange John, 95 Clarence 
Sullivan W H, 36 Clarence 
Walkem & Walkem, 93 Clarence 
Webster C R, 151 Wellington cor Clar- 
ence 

BASKET MAKERS. 
Coleman W J, jr, First st 
Tracy W J, 29 Pembroke 

BICYCLES. 
Cunningham John, 348 King e 
Dobbs J R C & Co, II Clarence 
| Bee .nlv page L82) 



Henderson John & Co, 86 Princess 
Moore W J, 18 Montreal ( See adv 
pagc 1 

Robinson M W, 145 Sydenham 
iioutley John, 173 Princess 

BICYCLE LIVERIES. 

Dobbs J R C & Co, 44 Clarence 

I See adv page 132 ) 
Dobson R H, Ontario Chambers 
Moore W J, 18 .Montreal ( See adv 

pagel) 

BICYCLE REPAIRERS. 
Dobbs J R C & Co, H Clarence (See 

adv page 132 i 
Moore W J, 18 Montreal (See adv 

page 1 ) 
Robinson M W, 145 Sydenham 

BILL POSTERS. 
Allen R W, 306 Montreal 

BISCUIT MANUFACTURERS. 
Crothers W J, 207 Wellington 
Gardiner Co The, Division cor Earl 

BILLIARD AND POOL ROOMS. 
Baker R D, 204 Princess 
Hunter J J, 201 Princess 

BLACKSMITHS. 
Cockburn Wm & Sons, 277 Ontario 
Deeks W A & Son, 147 Brock 
Harrlgan John, 55 Queen 
Kane Charles, 64 Queen 
Nuttaii Q B3, 40 Prlnoesa 
I 'etera Joseph, 70 Cherry 
Shahs R J, 881 King e 
Skinner J A, W'ad.'s Lane 

Tlghe Michael, u Queen 

w. ilbanka w IfcK, 818 Barrle 

Wllmot Nathani.l. 88 Montreal 



Sec the popular 20-year survivorship <list ribu- 
tion plan of the Ontario Mutual Life. The Bnesl 
plan of insurance extant. The company wrote 
ii|) nearly three million on it last year. 



S. ROUGHTON, 



DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



KINGSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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BOARDING HOUSES. 
Ballantyne Mrs Alice, 224 University 

ave 
Beel Mrs E F, 132 Wellington 
Brouse J R, 230 Bagot 
Clench Mrs Eliza, 232 King e 
Cornelius John. 177 Queen 
Daunt Joseph, 117 King w 
Doyle Mrs Patrick, 102 Rideau 
Dunlop Miss Albina, 13 Maitland 
Hales Mrs Mary, 309 Brock 
Hawley Mrs J A, 247 Brock 
Keating Miss Mary, 160 King e 
McGowan Thomas, 70 Princess 
McLennan Mrs Sarah, 152 Sydenham 
Malone Mrs Sarah, 7 Victoria Terrace 
Palmer Mrs Nancy, 330 Montreal 
Purdy Mrs E B, 428 Princess 
Sexton J L, 250 Barrie 
Switzer Mrs Adaline, 288 Queen 
"Wilmot Mrs Mary, 311 University ave 

BOAT BUILDERS. 
Bowman Bros, Cataraqui Bridge 
Coffey Robert, foot of Simcoe 
Davis R & Son, ft of Wellington 
Dominion Boat Co, Cataraqui Bridge, 

ft of Ontario st 
Robinson Wm, King w opp O'Kill 
Sharman T N, ft of Simcoe 

BOAT LIVERIES. 
Bowman Bros, Cataraqui Bridge 
Coffey Robert, foot of Simcoe 
Knapp A C, Cataraqui Bridge, ft oi 
Ontario 

BOILER MAKERS. 

Raney, Reid & Selby, Ontario cor Un- 
ion 

BOOK BINDERS. 
McAuley Thomas, 128 Princess 
Otto C H, 233 Bagot 
Smith Mrs H S, 43 Brock 



BOOKSELLERS. 
Church Book Depository, Golden Lion 

Block 
McAuley Thomas, 128 Princess 
Henderson John & Co, 86 Princess 
Nisbet F, 85 Brock cor Wellington 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

(See also Shoemakers.) 
Allen W & Son, 82 Brock 
Dick W J & Son, 168 Princess 
Dillon Joseph & Son, 111 Princess 
Haines & Lockett, 110 Princess 
Jennings Harry, 290 Ontario 
Johnston James & Co, 145 Princess 
Qfford George, sr, 117 Brock 
Sawyer W A, 267 Princess 
Sutherland J H, 103 Princess 

BOTTLERS. 
Kinds J R, 10 Market sq 
McParland James, 341 King e 
Pipe Wm, 261 Princess 
Thompson James, 1 York 

BRASS FOUNDERS. 

Byrant, Carnegie & Lynn, ft of Bay 

BREWERIES. 
Bajus Brewery, 308 Wellington 

BROKERS. 
Conboy W C (stock), 20 Market sq 
O'iver C G (customs), 79 Clarence 
Robertson D S (teas and sugars), 190 

Ontario 
Wakeford F W, Ontario Chambers 

BROOM MANUFACTURERS. 
Bailey Wm & Co, 299 Queen 

BUILDERS. 

(See contractors.) 



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BUILDERS' SUPPLIES. 
Rathbun Co, Ontario cor Place d'Armes 

BUTCHERS. 
Anderson Bros, 210 Division 
Branigan E P, 222 Montreal 
Clancy Thomas, 294 Montreal 
Clark C H, 210 Bagot 
Clark Patrick, 140 William 
Dennie & Frasso, 100 Wellington 
Elliott N F, 216 Wellington 
Gowdy James, 252 Ontario 
Green Samuel,, 264 Princess 
Haffner Christian, 297 Princess 
Haffner P A, 147 Montreal 
Haffner T B, 240 Princess 
Harkness Wm, 221 Wellington 
James Thomas, 82 Colborne 
Joyce W J, Rideau, cor Ordnance 
McCallum Hugh, 346 Brock 
McCammon John. 74 Brock 
McConnville T & Son. 224 Barrie 
Metcalfe J C, 62 Brock 
Millan D J, 276 Ontario 
Moran Patrick, 99 Earl 
Nicholson Thomas, 134-136 Ontario 
Ostler Bros, 339 Johnston 
Reid W H, 328 King e 
Richardson G W, 25 King w 
Robb James. 316 Princess 
Robbs Ephraim, 304 Montreal 
Saunders John, 344 Princess 
Saunders J o. ru^ University ave 
Scruton James, Charles st 
Waddlngton Bros, 322 King e 
Walsh Michael, 86 Brock 

CAB OWNBRS 
Blbby Fred A. 129 Hmok 
Boyd Richard, 7 Colhorne 

v wm 224 Queen 
Coylc John, I:' Balai lava 
Elder Bros, H I Wellington 
ECvei i laniel, I it Clarenoe 
Bvei .i.iin. (71 r.agot 



Gallagher Mrs Ann, 218 Montreal 
Gallagher W S, 56 Bay 
Hanley John, 26 Barrie 
Howland Thomas, 273 Alfred 
James Thomas, 203 University ave 
Jenman J R, 16 Place d'Armes 
Lawless Peter, 319 Johnston 
Lyons Patrick, 146 Ordnance 
Percy John, 106 Gore 
Sinnott Myles, 36 Johnston 
Wells C A, 34 Princess 
Wilson T C, 120 Clarence 

CANDLE MAKERS. 
Simmons A A, Livingston ave 

CANOE BUILDERS. 
Dominion Boat Co, Cataraqui Bridge, ft 

of Ontario 
Coffey Robert, foot of Simcoe 

CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS. 
Richmond & Co, 118-120 Princess 
Steacy & Steacy, 106-108 Princess 
Waldron Richard, 168 Wellington 

CARPET CLEANERS. 
Gilmour James, 240 Barrie 
Kingston Electric Carpet Cleaning and 

Renovating Works, 404 King e 
Marshall F C, 263-265 Princess 

CARPET WEAVERS. 

Murray T S. 215 University ave 
Swain Mrs J C, 140 York 
Vance Christopher, 132 Clarence 

CARKI \'M: HAH! »\VARE 
Chown A & Co, 252 Bagot 

CARRIAGE! 4NDWAOGON MAKERS 
Deeka W a A s<m. 147 Broefe 
Kane .i P, IU Wellington 
Kldd Jonn. rear 184 Queen 



S. ROUGHTON 

VACANCIES FOR GOOD MEN. 



District Representative of the 
Ontario Mutual Life Assurance 
Company. Office '51 Welling- 
ton street, Kingston. 



KINGSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



259 



Kingston Vehicle Co, Princess, cor On- 
tario 
Laturney James, 392 Princess 
McCrea T W, 481 Princess 
McDermott J F, 388 King e 

CARTAGE AGENTS. 

K & P Ry Co, Ontario cor Clarence 
Shedden Co (Ltd), ft William 

CARTERS. 

Aiken Joseph, Patrick st 

Birmingham John, 12 Frontenac 

Blakley Travers, 366 Bagot 

Boon John, 100 Chatham 

Burns Wilson, 41(a) Main 

Cannon Samuel, 35 Cherry 

Chambers C J, s s Raglan rd, 1 e of York 

Coburn Wm, 148 Pine 

Ccnley S D, 368 Division 

Cooper Richard, 783 Princess 

Crowley J W, 373 Johnston 

Devine James, 447 Division 

Eves Patrick, 149 Ordnance 

Fanning Patrick, 34 Alma 

Foley Michael, 97 Earl 

Free John, 277 Montreal 

Callivan Michael, n s Raglan rd, 2 w of 

Montreal 
Glazier Ezekiel, Orchard st 
Goodman Michael, 95 Lower Bagot 
Goodell Chancey, 170 York 
Hackett Joseph, 278 Wellington 
Hanson James, 8 Brewery lane 
Harris Henry, 25 York 
Johnston Hugh, 43 York 
Keenan James, Orchard st 
Kennedy Timothy, rear 102 Barrack 
Killeen Patrick, 32 Russell 
Kirkpatrick Robert, rear 247 Earl 
Laturney George, 112 Barrack 



Lawless James, 213 University ave 

Lawless Michael, 222 Earl 

Loney Albert, 63 Cherry 

McElherian Wm, Patrick st 

McFadden Edward, w s Patrick, 2 n of 
Raglan rd 

Mcllroy W J, 13 St Catherine 

McKegney John, 276 Sydenham 

McKegney Patrick, 16 Place d'Armes 

Marshall James, 253 Queen 

Moore Daniel, 246 University ave 

Nicholson T K, 41 (a) Main 

Nolan James, 275 Sydenham 

Nolan R J, 275 Sydenham 

Northmore E J, 29 John 

OBrien John, Russell st 

O'Brien John, 20 Markland 

O'Gorman Daniel, 8 John 

Paddon Thomas, 296 Division 

Potts John, 1 Railway Cottages, Ontario 
st 

Purtell James, 58 Upper Charles 

Reeve Robert, w s Albert, 2 n of Prin- 
cess 

Shangrow W P, 277 Sydenham 

Shannon J P, Albert st 

Smith Samuel, s s Stephen, 1 w of Mont 
real 

Sturgess Emanuel, n s Markland, 3 w of 
Montreal 

Taylor Jonathan, 8 ElUce 

Treneer J P, Concession rd 

Twiss Francis, 115 Barrack 

Whitehead J A, 16 Markland 

Whitehead Robert, 16 Markland 

Wooton J J, 216 Alfred 



CASH REGISTERS. 
McDowall R J, 471-473 Princess 



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Perfumes, Tooth Brushes 



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nUDAnl 6 IVItUIUAL HALL, Toilet Preparations of all 

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CATERERS. 
Eassam Wm, 241 Bagot 
Roadley Joseph, 202 Alfred 

CATTLE DEALERS. 
Doyle Wm, 768 Princess 
Elliott J W, 244 University ave 
McGuire Anthony, 811 Princess 

CHAIR CANERS. 
Tracy W J, 29 Pembroke 

CHEMICAL FIRE ENGINES. 
Kingston Chemical Fire Engine Co, 159 
Wellington, cor Brock 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 
McGowan G A, 211-217 Brock 
Oberndorffer Simon, 89 Princess 

CLOTHING. 
Bernstein J E, 184 Princess 
Bibby H D, 316 King e 
Dunlop Wm, 353 King e 
Dwyer Bros, 356 King e 
Grand Union Clothing Co, 122 Princess 
Howland Bros, 358 King 
Kingston Fair, 80 Princess, i See 

adv front cover.) 
McNaughton & Co, 93 Princess 
Prevost Zotique, 55 Brock 
Silver Benjamin, 102 Princess 
Slavin James, l?:. Welington 

COAL AND WOOD. 
Anplin S .V- Co, Baj oor Wellngton 
Booth & Co, ft of West 
Campi"li James, Wellington cor Bar- 
rack 
Crawford Robert, fl of Queen, and 300 

wm. :::i Princess 
Kingston Coal Co, King, 2 n of Queen 



McCormack Patrick, Place d'Armes cor 

King 
Mallen James, Cataraqui st 
Quinn Charles, Cataraqui st 
Ra.th.bun Co, Ontario cor Place d'Armes 
Sowards James, cor Ontario and Place 

d'Armes 
Swift James & Co, ft of Johnston 
Walsh Patrick, 55-57 Barrack 

COLLECTORS. 
Gardiner J A, 151 Wellington 
McCann JSR, :«2 King e 

COLLEGES, SCHOOLS, ETC. 

Doyle Miss M A (private), 3 Victoria 
Terrace, Montreal st 

Kingston Business College, Princess cor 
Sydenham 

Kingston Collegiate Institute, Earl, cor 
Alfred 

Kingston Conservatory of Music and 
School of Elocution, 258 Princess 

Kingston Ladies' College and Conserva- 
tory of Music, Emily st 

Kingston School of Art, 21 Montreal cor 
Princess 

Kingston School of Mining and Agricul- 
ture, Queen's College grounds 

Queen's College and University, Stuart 
cor Arch 

St Vincent's Academy, Bagot cor John- 
ston 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Richardson James & Sons, ft of Prin- 
cess 

Swift James & Co, ft of Johnston 

COMMISSIONERS. 
Gildersleeve J P, 42 Clarence 

c< iNFECnONHRY. 

Carnovsk? w H, M Brock 
m W H. 288 Princess 
Casey Miss H>llen, 812 T?agot 



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OUT LIFE INSURANCE CALL OR REFER THEM TO 
THE UNDERSIGNED AND HE WILL CHEERFULLY 
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S. ROUGHTON, 



DISTRICT 
AGENT 

ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



KINGSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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Caulfield Thomas, 206 Bagot 
Doyle Hugh, 294 Barrie 
Fahey Mrs M F, 47 Princess 
Lane Mrs Catherine, 89 Earl 
Pritchard W H, 68 Princess 
Quigley James, 20 Johnston 
Rees A J, 166 Princess 
Rees Bros (whol), 119 Brock 
Smith Mrs Eliza, 41 Princess 
Taylor Mrs Francis, 438 King e 
Toye R H, 302 King e 
VanArnam C A, 350 King e 
Walker Percy, 274 Princess 
White E O, 230 Princess 

CONFECTIONERY MANUFACTUR- 
ERS. 

Crothers W .7. 207 Wellington 

Gardiner Co, Division cor Earl 

CONTRACTORS. 
Abernethy Wm (mason), 434 Brock 
Asselstine Benjamin, 168 Division 
Asselstine Isaac (carp), 302 Johnston 
Asselstine Peter (carp), 100 Division 
Birch George (carp), 41 George 
Brooks T S (carp), 94 Albert 
Campsall W P (carp), 244 Sydenham 
Carver John, 140 Nelson 
Chapman S W (carp), 377 Brock 
Chapman W J( carp), 124 Colborne 
Clugston Robert (mason), 396 Brock 
Cobet IDA (mason), e s Collingwood, 1 

n of Union 
Davidson Andrew (carp), 69 Colborne 
Davidson Robert (carp), 254 University 

ave 
Davis Frank (building), 311 University 

ave 
Donnelly Salvage and Wrecking Co, 38 

Clarence 
Dutton Samuel (excavator), 459 Bar- 
rie 
Gallinger Alexander (mason), 909 Prin- 
cess 
Gates W J (carp), 322 Johnston 
Geary George (carp), 349(a) Johnston 



Grady M J (railway), 68 Earl 
Graham C J (mason and carp), 132 Un- 
ion w 
Gray D J (mason), 460 Albert 
Grimshaw S A (carp), 284 Division 
Harrison T J (building), 176 Rideau 
Hooper W J (carp), 225 Earl 
Hunter & Harold (carp), 175 Queen 
Jenkin John (carp), 379 Princess 
Johnson A J (carp), Brock, cor Bagot 
King John (carp), 26 Pine 
Lake Wm (carp), 316 Queen 
Langderyou J C (carp), 91 York 
Langdon Nathaniel (mason), 85 Col- 
borne 
Langdon Wm (mason), 207 Nelso n 
McCartney Alexander (mason), 248 Uni- 
versity ave 
McCartney Wm (mason), 198 University 

ave 
MeFarlane R N F (carp), 243 Montreal 
McMahon John (carp), 74 Wellington 
Massie Wm (carp), 155 Raglan rd 
Massie Wm, jr (carp), 385 Barrie 
Mitchell John, 74 Wellington 
Mitchell J C (building), 185 William 
Newlands Alex (mason), 184 Ordnance 
Newlands George, 506 Princess 
Newlands John, 165 Nelson 
Newlands Wm (mason), 333 Barrie 
O'Reilly James (carp), 98 William 
Snowden Wm (mason), 199 Alfred 
Spence R A (carp), 170 Queen 
Sullivan Michael (carp), 181 Montreal 
Wartman W J, Albert st 
Williamson Adam, carp), 115 Gore 
Wilmot H F (carp), 113 Stuart 
Wilson George (mason), 143 King w 
Wilson Joseph (building), cor Rideau 
and Bay 

CORDAGE MANUFACTURERS. 
Kingston Cordage Co, King near Queem 
I aw Edward, Victoria st 

CORSET MAKERS. 
Dutton Miss Maude, 209 Princess 
Richardson Miss M, 177 Wellington 
Roblin Mrs M A, 107 Princess 



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155 Princess Street. 



Lamps of all kinds, Burners, 
Chimneys, Globes and Shades 
of every descripticn. 



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COTTON MANUFACTURERS. 
Dominion Cotton Mills Co (Kingston 
Branch), Cataraqui st 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. 
("Wholesale.) 
Robertson Bros, 187 Princess 

(Retail.) 
Bee Hive. 202 Princess 
Johns T H, 270 Princess 
Ockley Vincent & Son, 241 Princess 
Robertson Bros. 187 Princess 
Strainge W G, 149 Montreal 
Wilkinson Geo M & Son, 180 Welingtor 

DENTISTS. 
Aykroyd S A, DD, LDS, Princess, cor 

Bagot 
Black D A, 130 King e cor West 
Clark J H, 194 Wellington 
Clements Leonard, 142 Wellington 
Daly O W, 139 Princess 
Davis J T. 258 Rasrot 
Sparks R E, 230 1-2 Princess 
Stackhouse Alexander, 228 Brock 

DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS. 

Foster J G & Co, Toronto, Ont, 

DOOR KNOB MANUFACTURERS. 
McDonald & Allen, King w opp O'Kill 

DEPARTMENTAL BTORES 

Kingston Fair, 80 Primes | Bee 
;icl\ front coi 'i 

DRESSMAKERS. 
Abernethy Miss Agnes, ui Princess 
Allen tin 9? h. Wl PrlnoeM 

: mi m \. its Bagot 

Aull Mi 1 II. ii s Johnston. 1 w of Mac- 

donnell 

tt Miss Fanny, 309 King w 
i;. mi, it Mr m .i. 8T0 PrlnoeM 



Bisnett Miss E, 90 Wellington 
Bourne Miss Jennie, 51 Balaclava 
Bowes Miss Jennie, 2f»."> King e 
Boyd Miss Harriet, 49 Clergy 
Burns Miss Mary, 134 Division 
Butlin Miss Emma, 16 Dufferin 
Byrnes & Sirr, 19 Montreal 
Clench Miss Grace, 232 King e 
Ciare Miss Matilda, 270 Division 
Collins Mrs Mary, 38 James 
Consgreen Mrs Winnifred, 269 Earl 
Corrigan Miss Mary. 334 King e 
Cosby Miss Mary, 275 Queen 
Cuddeford Miss Nettie, James st 
Curtis Miss M A, 223 Wellington 
Delph Mrs J P, 8 Quebec 
Donnelly Miss Jennie, 119 Montreal 
Donoghue Miss Catherine .18 Quebec 
Dougherty Miss Jane, 44 Division 
Doyle Miss B, cor Stuart and St Law- 
rence ave 
Doyle Miss Johanna, 41 Clergy w 
Edgar Miss Mary, ft of Cataraqui st 
Elder Miss Catherine, 114 Ordnance 
Ferguson Miss Rose, 304 Montreal 
Gallagher Misses, 224 Montreal 
Gallivan Miss Mary, 285 Alfred 
Oiv.ns Miss Susan, 112 Johnston 
Gleeson Miss Lizzie, 25 Wellington 
Gleeson Miss Mary, 103 Johnston 
Gormley Miss M, 315 Brock 
Gray Mrs J F, 163 Queen 
Hallinan Miss M A, 107 Wellington 
Harpell Miss M C, 785 Princess 
Hartmll Miss Elisabeth, 93 Bay 
j Hemsley Mis M B, 73 Brock 
Hersey Mrs M L. 271 Brock 
JaCKJBOB Miss.s M A I':. 118 BTOCll 
Johnston Mis* M J, 121 Princess 
Jonea Mrs l >w en, SM Queen 

mi Miss Catherine, 27 Russell 
Kelley Miss Bllaabeth, lis Bay 

Keyei Miss Alice. 108 Brock 

Keyei Miss Pramces, r>7 Queon 

KUnatrlok Mrs .1 II. "U - . P.rock 
KlrkpatHek Miss If, lis Montreal 
Kntghl Miss [da, i"<> Barria 



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DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



KINGSTON IUSINKSS I >l I! K< T< )KY. 



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Leader Miss Mattie, 290 Ontario 
Loviek Miss Emma, 152 University ave 
BfcGrath Mrs Sophia, 271 Brock 
McMahon Miss M, 321 Brock 
McQuaig Miss Maggie, 27 Wellington 
Madden Mrs Elizabeth, 27 Union w 
Maloney Mrs. Ida, 368 Barrie 
Medley Miss Charlotte, 84 Brock 
Meek Miss Sarah, 54 Elm 
Mercer Miss Bella, 25 Wellington 
Mullen Miss Mary, 457 Barrie 
Nelson Miss Kathleen, 163 Bagot 
O'Driscoll Miss Maggie, 186 Barrie 
Oldham Mrs Jane, 65 Gore 
Orser Miss Catherine, 335 Princess 
Parker Miss Elizabeth, 98 Raglan rd 
Philips Miss Annie, 45 King w 
Pipe Mrs Wm, 333 Queen 
Pugh Miss Leah, 232 Earl 
Reed Miss Emma, 167 Wellington 
Richardson Miss E, 308 Johnston 
Roberts Miss Eliza, 208 Alfred 
Ryan Mrs Clara, 302 Barrie 
Shultz Mrs W F, 88 Quebec 
Singleton Mrs Ruby A, 49 James 
Venton Miss Mary, 266 Princess 
Weller Misses, 201 Wellington 
White Mrs Sophia, 445 Princess 

DRUGGISTS. 
(Wholesale) 

Hobart's Medical Hall, 155 Prin- 
cess (See adv left top lines) 
Skinner Henry & Co, 169 Princess 

(Retail) 
Chown A P, 185 Princess 
Hoag F J, 200 Princess 
Hobart's Medical Hall, 155 Prin 
cess (See adv left top lines) 



McLeod J B, 186 Princess 
Mahood G W, 156 Princess 
Medley W H, 232 Princess 
Mitchell EC, 124 Princess 

Roche H H, Market sq, cor King 
Wade Henry, cor Brock and King 

DRY DOCKS 

Canada Dry Dock, ft Gore 
Davis R & Son, ft of Wellington 



DRY GOODS 

(Wholesale) 

Macnee & Minnes, 245 Bagot, cor Prin- 
cess 

(Retail) 

Corrigan & Co, 332 King e 
Crumley Bros, 140 Princess, cor Bagot 
Hardy & Co, 123 Princess, north side 
Kingston Fair, 80 Princess ( See adv 

front cover) 
Laid law J & Son, 170 Princess 
McFaul Robert, 130 Princess 
Richmond & Co, 118-120 Princess 
Sissons Joseph & Co, 212 Montreal 
Spence & Co, 143 Princess 
Steacy & Steacy, 106-110 Princess 
Taylor & Co, 88 Princess 
Waldron Richard, Wellington, cor 

Brock 
Walsh P J, 160-162 Princess 



DYERS AND CLEANERS 

Lyons Bros, 318 Barrie 
Montgomery Robert, 225 Princess 



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Consult Prof. Knight or G. W. Bell, V.S., D. V.D.S. Tuition very reasonable. 



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155 Princess Street. 



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known. Hobart's sweet flavor- 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it, 



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ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANIES 
Kingston Light, Heat and Power Co., 
19 Queen 

ELOCUTIONISTS 
Telgmann Mrs O F, BE, 258 Princess 

ENGINE BUILDERS 
Raney, Reid & Selby, cor Ontario and 

Union 
Canadian Locomotive and Engine Co, 

ft of Earl 

ELECTRO PLATERS 
McDonald & Allen, King w 

EXPRESS COMPANIES 
Canadian Express Co, 327 King e 
Dominion Express Co, 295 King e 

FANCY GOODS 
Bee Hive, 202 Princess 
Hardy & Co, 123 Princess 
Henderson John & Co, 86 Princess 
Mahood P S, 113 Princess 
Rowan Mrs M, 181 Wellington 
Taylor & Co, 88 Princess 
Weller Misses, 201 Wellington 
Woods J C, 101 Princess 
Woods Miss Maria, 192 Wellington 

FIRE ENGINES 

Kingston Chemical Fire Engine Co, 159 
Wellington, cor Brock 

FISH AND OYSTERS 

Carnovsky W H, 161 Wellington 

Dollar W N, 359 Princess 

Hans.n Mrs Catherine, 90 Wellington 

Lake Ontario Fish Co, 60 Brock 

McGulre Thomas, 81 Queen 

< llsen John, 279 King e 



FLORISTS 

England Thomas, Regent street 
Flanagan M E, 82 Barrie 
Johnson O G, 57 Brock 
Nicol George, Cataraqui, Ont 

FLOUR AND FEED 

Carson Bros, 322 Princess 
Clow Lewis, 27 Brock 
Couper Daniel, 341-343 Princess 
Dollar W N, 359 Princess 
Fisher J H, 357 King e 
Franklin Joseph, 117 Brock 
Franklin & Campbell, 18 Market sq 
Harkness Harry, 110 Clergy 
Hutchison D A, 115 Brock 
Johns T H, 270 Princess 
McNeill W J, 65 Brock 
Rathbun Company, 245 Princess 
Strainge W G, 149 Montreal 

FLOUR MILLS 
Kingston Milling Co, ft of Brock 

FORWARDING COMPANIES 
Calvin Company, Garden Island 
Kingston and Montreal Forwarding 

Co (Ltd), Portsmouth 
Montreal Transportation Co.ft of Queen 

FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS 
Raney, Reid & Selby, cor Ontario and 
Union 

FRUIT DEALERS 

Carnovsky W H, 94 Brock, cor Welling- 
ton 
Dollar W N, 359 Princess 
Hiscock Joseph, 121 Princess 
Rees A J, 166 Princess 
Toye R H, 302 Kin^ e 
Walker Percy, -74 Prlncen 



THE ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COM- 
PANY WILL ACCEPT FEMALE RISKS-FIRST-CLASS- AT 
THE SAME RATES AS MEN, WITHOUT EXTRA. BOYS 
OVER 14 YEARS OF AGE INSURABLE ON ANY PLAN. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



205 



FURNITURE DEALERS 
Brame Henry, 251 Princess 
Harrison T F Co, 2.'M-2X) Princess 
( Sec adv opp page 150 ) 

Marshall F C, 263-265 Princess 

Mills J H, 90 Brock 

Reid James, 254-250 Princess, ( See 

adv opp page 220 ) 
Salter Joseph, 58 Brock 

FURRIERS 

Campbell Bros, 84 Princess 
Mills George & Co, 170 Wellington 
Mills Thomas & Co, 182 Wellington 
Wright Clark & Son, 178 Wellington 

GAS COMPANIES 

Kingston Light, Heat and Power Co, 
19 Queen 

GENTS' FURNISHINGS 

Ashley W G, 126 Princess 

Baker R D, 206 Princess 

<3rand Union Clothing Co, 122 Princess 

Howland Bros, 358 King e 

Jenkins E P, 172-174 Wellington 

Livingston C & Bro, 75-77 Brock 

Prevost Zotique. 55 Brock 

Robinson C, 185 Wellington 

Silver Benjamin, 102 Princess 

GRAIN DEALERS 

Donoghue Charles, 291 Ontario 
Franklin Joseph, 117 Brock 
Franklin & Campbell, 18 Market sq 
Mooers H & Co, 20 Market sq 
Richardson James & Sons, ft of Prin- 
cess 

GLOVE MANUFACTURERS. 
Macdougall M J, 14 Montreal 



GROCERS 
(Wholesale) 
Carson R J, 324 Princess 
Craig W G & Co, 125-7 Ontario 
Fenwick, Hendry & Co, 189 Ontario 
McRae W R & Co, Golden Lion Block. 

Wellington, cor Brock 
Maclean Andrew, 272-274 Ontario 
Redden James & Co, 178 Princess 
Robertson George & Son> 183 0ntario 

(Retail) 
Alderdice Mrs Susan, 234 Alfred 
Allen James, 359 Division 
Anderson Bros, 210 Division 
Auchinvole Gilbert, 41 Colborne 
Babcook J S, 61 Division 
Bailey Henry, 619 Princess 
Barnes Mrs H T, 219 Brock 
Bateson Miss Jane, 100 William 
Bee Hive, 202 Princess 
Behan J J, 326 King e 
Bennett Mrs W C, 48 Main 
Briden G S, 372 Barrie 
Burnette H W, 45 Chatham 
Burtch A W, 59 Upper Charles 
Burton J J, 155 Division 
Campbell Alexander, Montreal, opp G T 

R depot 
Carnovsky T R, 668-670 Princess 
Caruthers George, 248 Princess 
Carson Bros, 322 Princess 
Carter Mrs Magaret, 635 Princess 
Chapman E F, 337 Queen 
Clark C H, 162 Bagot 
Clark J M, 15 Deacon 
Clow Franklin, 83 Earl 
Cordick Mrs Hester, Pine, cor Cherry 
Corkey Malcolm, 255 Montreal 
Corrigan Daniel. 60 Lower Bagot 
Corigan Daniel, 60 Bagot 
Couper Daniel, 341-343 Princess 
Crawford James, 182 Princess 
Crowley Mrs C W, 108 Ordnance 
Daly W J, 844 Princess 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



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GROCERS— Continued 

Davy Norman, 107 King w 

Deane Mrs Margaret, e s Rideau, 1 n 
of Cataraqui 

DeRoot Alfred, Barrle, cor York 

Dollar "W N, 359 Princess 

Dunn Thomas, 222 Wellington 

Fallon Dominick, 914 Princess 

Fisher J H, 357 King e 

Fraser W A, 661 Princess 

Gallivan J P, 377 Bagot 

Gaudreau Zephyr, 267 Ontario 

Gilbert John, 194 Barrie 

Glover Albert, 152 Bagot 

Grant & Friendship, 36 Division 

Gray G W, Patrick, cor John 

Guess A S, 383 Johnston 

Guild John, 73 Bay 

Haffner P A, 147 Montreal 

Halligan John & Co, 53 Brock 

Hawley T B, 163 Alfred 

Henderson J S, 59-61 Brock 

Hennessy Miss Elizabeth, 15 West 

Hiscock Joseph, 121 Princess 

Hunter John, 2 Rideau 

Hurst Mrs James, 159 Pine 

Irwin Robert. King w, cor Beverly 

Johns T H, 270 Princess 

Johnston Mrs Mary, 43 York 

Jones Mrs Annie, e s Livingston ave, 

1 n of King w 
Keene W H, cor Sydenham and Ord- 
nance 
Kennedy Joseph, 140 Division 
Kenny Miss Sarah, Pembroke St 
Laloode Mrs Elisabeth, 296 Barrie 
Lawless P B\ t fclarket sq 
Leahy T J, 320 King e 
Lemmnn T & J, 213 Montreal 
McCarey Bernard, 269 Ontario 
McKernan Mrs M A, 293 Johnston 
McRae Rp>s, Wellington, COT Brook 
Ma.l. an A ii<Ip-\v\272 Ontario 
Martin A K. !U Princess 



Matthews Mrs C, 8 Colbome 
Moon Charles, 71 Pine 
Mullin E W, 87 Division 
Murphy Mrs Daniel, 80 Rideau 
Murphy L W, 55 Princess 
Myers H J, 101 York 
Nesbit Mrs Sarah, 246 Barrie 
Nobes Mrs Wm, 54 Union w 
Ockley Vincent & Sons, 241 Princes* 
Ostler Bros, 259 University ave 
Packer Alfred, 228 Barrie 
Pickering W H, 12 Lower Rideau 
Pound John, 271 Division 
Ragan Mrs Mary, Beverly st 
Reddan James & Co, 178 Princess. 
Reid James, 101 Lower Bagot 
Reid M P, Union w, cor Division 
Revell E J, 148 Ontario 
Rigney & Hickey, 136-138 Princess- 
Robinson Mrs Wm, 59 King w 
Runians N E, 242 Princess 
Sears E F, 303 Montreal 
Shannon J P, Albert st 
Sharpe Mrs Elizabeth, 84 Ontario- 
Sharpe Harry, 286 Princess 
Shaw D A, 83 Colbome 
Shaw James, 308 Montreal 
Sills Mrs II E, 775 Montreal 
Sissons Joseph & Co, 212 Montreal 
Strainge W G, 149 Montreal 
Stratford Mrs Henry, 284 Princes* 
Sullivan Mrs Elizabeth. 54 Ontario 
Sullivan Mrs Jane. 94 Gore 
Swan Q T, 27 Elllce 
Taylor Mrs John, 1 Pine 
Thornton Mrs Mary. 225 Division 
Thornton Mrs R C, 505 Princess 
Tierney James, 261 Ontario 
Tierney Patrick. 293 Ontario 
Tooh'T Thomas. 312 Montreal 
Tryon Anthony. 881 Wellington 
Walsh Patrick, MM Uarrie 
Ward John, 41 Brock 
Wilkinson C. org<- M & Son, 180 Wel- 
lington 
Wilson J F, 5 OK111 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON 



A Substantial Canadian Old 
Line Company. Has the best 
inducements for intending in- 
surers of any co'y in Canada. 



KINGSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



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GUNSMITHS 
Skinner J A, Wade's lane 

HAIR DRESSERS. 
Barber Mrs Lydia, 151 Division 
Johnson J B, 157 Wellington 

HAIR GOODS 

Richardson Miss M," 177 Wellington 

HARDWARE 

(Wholesale) 

Chown A & Co, 252 Bagot 
Chown Edwin & Son, 248-250 Bagot 
Dalton & Strange, 177 Princess 
Martin W C (saddlery), 216 Princess 
SearsGeorge 69 Princess 

(Retail) 

Chown A & Co., 252 Bagot 
Chown C D, 229-231 Princess 
Chown Edwin & Son, 248-250 Bagot 
Corbett John, 95 Princess 
Dalton & Strange, 177-179 Princess 
Hambly W H, 115 Princess 
Horsey R M & Co, 189 Princess 
Loucks E B, 335 King e 
Mitchell W A, 85-87 Princess 
Sears Geo, 69 Princess 
Strachan Archibald, 193 Princess 

HARNESS MAKERS 

Dolan Martin, 219 Princess 
Hilton Thomas, 310 Brock 
Kelly P J, 76 Brock 



Kennedy W H, 208 Princess 
Laidley S G, 86 Queen 
Lewis Joseph, 356 Princess 
MeDonakLGeo 5>Prin «s 
Van Luven J B, 69 Pine 
Waddell D A, 83 Princess 
Wells Henry, 373 King e 
Wilton Henry, 243 Bagot 

HATS, CAPS AND FURS- 

Campbell Bros, 84 Princess 
Mills George & Co, 170 Wellington 
Mills Thomas & Co, 182 Wellington 
Wright Clark & Son, 178 Wellington 

HAY SHIPPERS 

Canada Hay Co, 19 William 
Grimshaw D, 299 Wellington 

HIDES AND PELTS 

Grahen Thomas, 328 King e 
Lyons Bros, 12 Market sq 
McKay John, 151 Brock 

HOTELS 

Albion Hotel, G J Hutton prop, 46 Mon- 
treal 

Algoma House, Harry Harkness prop, 
312 Princess 

American Hotel, Fred Whitney prop, 
29 Brock 

Anglo-American Hotel, W B Reed prop, 
172 Ontario, cor Johnston 

Athletic House, P Devlin prop, 240 On- 
tario 

Bay of Quinte Hotel, C Lyons prop, 
14 Market sq 

Bowen House, James Adams prop, 423 
King e 



G.W.BELL,V.S.,D.V.D.S, 

Telephones 514 and 201. 



Treats all diseases of do- 
mestic animals. Calls 
pr niintly attended to day 
or night. 



HOSARTS MEDICAL HALL, s ^ n £ 

155 Princess Street. 



for Knickerbocker 
Braces. Sizes for 
men, women, boys and girls. 



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KINGSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



HOTELS— Continued] 
British American Hotel, Thus 

Crate prop, cor King and Clarence 
Central Hotel, Joseph B Hearn, prop 

284 Ontario 
City Hotel, J S Randolph prop, 133-137 

Princess 
Clarendon House, Luke Doney prop, 33 

Brock 
Collender Hotel, S Harkness prop, 324 

King e 
Dominion House, C Struthers prop, 312 

Ontario 
Dublin House, Mrs R Saunders prop, 

144 Ontario 
Exchange Hotel, George Jenman prop. 

21 Brock 
Globe Hotel, P McLaughlin prop, 298 

Ontario 
Grimason Hotel, Wm Marshall prop, 

332 Princess 
Guess J W, York rd 
Hotel Frontenac, T Crate Pro- 
prietor, 178-182 Ontario 
Hub The, E Halliday prop, 22-24 Mar- 
ket sq 
Kennedy House, Mrs C Kennedy prop, 

cor Ontario and Brock 
I^ake View House, A Simpson prop, 286 

Ontario 
Lennox Cooper, Barrack, cor Welling- 
ton 
Long Island Park on the St Law i 

Joseph Bropby, 60 Wellington, prop 
Maple i. 'at' Hotel. James Sowarda prop, 

240 Montreal 
Oriental Hotel, i; II Walker prop, 186 

Wellington 
Ottawa House, J Norris prop, 257 On- 

tai lo 
Provincial Hotel, John Reeve, prop, SB 

Brook 
■Queens Hotel, Daniel Stale; prop, 119, 

127 ISrock 

Railroad Houee, .1 Elmer prop, 808 
Montreal 



Russell House, R McConnell prop, 318 

330 Princess 
St Lawrence Inn, Mrs Jane Clint prop, 

foot of Johnston 
St Lawrence Hotel, W H Potter prop, 

King, cor Queen 
Stanley House, J Brown prop, Ontario, 

cor Market sq 
Terrapin Hotel, "Wm Shannahan prop, 

76 Princess 
Thousand Island 'House, Con Millan 

prop, cor Ontario and Brock 
Western House, O McGinnis prop, 164 

Ontario 
Williamsville Hotel, Joseph McConnell 

prop, Princess, cor Victoria 
Windsor Hotel, Fralick & Co, props. 

Princess, cor Montreal 

HOUSE FURNISHINGS 
Chown Edwin & Son, 24S-250 Bagot 
Laidlaw J & Son, 170 Princess 
McKelvey & Birch, 69-71 Brock 
Richmond & Co, 118-120 Princess 
Waldron Richard, 168 Wellington 
Walsh P J, 160-162 Princess 



ICE DEALERS 

Gleeson John, King w opp University 

ave 
Pipe Wm, 261 Princess 

INSURANCE AGENTS 
(See Agents) 

INSURANCE COMPANIES 

(Accideu. 

Canada Accident Assurance Co, J P 
Gildersleeve, 4:' Clarence and J A 
Gardiner, i:,i Wellington, agents 

London Guarantee and Accident Co, 
J S R McCann, 888 King e, W J B 
White. 864 Bagot, 3 P Qildersleei 
Clarence, and Mills & Cunningham, 
79 Clarence, agents 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



INSURANCES FORCE, 
ASSETS OVER • - 
SURPLUS, - • • • 



$20,000,000 

- 3,000,000 

315,000 



KINGSTON BUSINESS DIHKCTORY. 



2<iJ) 



Norwich and London Accident Insur- 
ance Association, A E M Loscombe 
agent. 233 Bagot 

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Cor- 
poration of London, Eng, T D Minnes 
ir>9 Wellington, aprent 

Ontario Accident Insurance Co, Mills & 
Cunningham, 79 Clarence, agents 

Travellers Insurance Co of Hartford, J 
S R McCann. 332 King e, agent 

(Boiler) 

Boiler Inspection and Insur- 
ance Co of Canada, .1 S R Mc- 
Cann Agent, :«2 King- e. (Seeadv 
below). 

Steam, Boiler and Plate Slass Insur- 
ance Co, J A Gardiner Agent, 151 Wel- 
lington 



(Fire.) 

Aetna Insurance Co of Hartford, Jas 
Swift agent, King cor Clarence 

Agricultural Insurance Co of Water- 
town, W H Godwin agent, 344 King e 

Alliance Assurance Co, J P Gildersleeve 
agent, 42 Clarence 

Atlas Assurance Co, J S R McCann 
agent, 332 King e 

British-America Assurance Co, W H 
Godwin agent, 344 King e 

Caledonian Insurance Co, J P Gilder- 
sleeve, 42 Clarence, agent 

Commercial Union Assurance Co, W 
J B White, 254 Bagot, and J P Gildei- 
sleeve, 42 Clarence, agents 
' Connecticut Fire Insurance Co, Jas 
Swift agent, King cor Clarence 



John.L.Blaikie Esq 
Pres 



EWRathbun Esq. 
Vice. Pres. 




CONSULTING ENGINEERS 



G.C.ROBB ChiefEngineer 
A.FRASER Sec.Tres. 



Head Office TORONTO 

J. S. R. McCann, - Agent, 

Kingston Ontario. 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Our Stock is complete. 
Everything a Drug Store 
should have we keep. 



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„„„,,.,, , „__ ~ ,_ /r<^ m nv.„ Q /i \ Northern Assurance Co, J B Mclver, 38 

INS TRANCE Companies.— (Continued ) : • _ 

Carence, and Mills & Cunningham, <9 



Eastern Assurance Co, "W J B White 

agent, 254 Bagot 
Economical Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

T D Minnes agent, 159 Wellington 
Fire Insurance Exchange, A E M Los 

combe agent, 233 Bagot 



Clarence, agents 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, 
J H Macnee, 194 Ontario, and H How- 
ard, Ontario Bank, agents 

Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co, J S R 
McCann agent, 332 King e 



Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance I ^enix Insurance Co of Brooklyn, Jas 



Co, W J B White agent, 254 Bagot 



Swift agent, 295 King e 



Guardian Assurance Co of London, Eng, ' Phoenix Fire Assurance Co of England, 

G A Kirkpatrick and J W Maxwell 
agents, 194 Ontario 
Phoenix of Hartford, Fire Insurance 



W J B 'White. 254 Bagot, agent 
Hand-in-Hand Insurance Co, A E M 

Loscombe agent, 233 Bagot 
Hartford Fire Insurance Co, James 

Swift agent, King cor Clarence 
Imperial Insurance Co, C H Martin Qn^a City Fire Insurance Co, A E M 



Co, J A Gardiner agent, 151 Welling- 
ton 



agent, 159 Wellington 



Loscombe agent, 233 Bagot 



Insurance Co of North America, JSR Q uee n Insurance Co, Mills & Cunnlng- 

McCann agent, 332 King e ham agents, 79 Clarence 

Lancashire Insurance Co of Manches- Ro >' al Insurance Co, Strange & Strange 



ter, Eng. J P Gildersleeve, 42 Clar- 
ence, C H Martin. 159 Wellington, and 
T Briggs, 87 Clarence, agents 
Liverpool &• London & Globe Ins Co, 
Strange & Strange agents, 95 Clar- 
ence 
London Assurance Corporation, J F 
Swift, 286 King e, and W H Godwin, 
:: It King e, agents 
London Mutual Kir- Insurance Co of 
London, < >nt. .j a i tardiner agent, LSI 
Wellington 
London A Lancashire Btre insurance 
Co, J a Gardiner agent, ci Welling- 
ton 
Manchester Wre Assurance Co, Mills ft 
i lunnlngham agenti 79 < !larence 

nit lie BMre insurance « !o, .i A < tar 
diner agent, 151 Wellington 
National Assuranoe Co of Ireland, Jt 9 1: 
McCann, 889 King e, and W n Godwin, 
it King e, agenUl 
North itritish and Mtercantlla [nsuranoi 
Co, M Flanagan, City Buildings, and 
jpi Hlderileeve, 12 i llarence, agenti 



agents, 95 Clarence 
Scottish Union and National Insurance 
Co, C H Martin agent, 159 Wellington 
Sun Fire Insurance Office, Kent Bros 

agents, 91 Clarence 
Union Assurance Society of London, 

T D Minnes agent, 159 Wellington 
Waterloo Mutual Fire Insurance Co, J 
A Gardiner, 151 Wellington, and T D 
Minnes, 159 Wellington, agents 
Wellington -Mutual Fire Insurance Co, 

\V J Fair agent, Ontario Chambers 
Western Assurance Co, I A (i.u- 
dlner agent, LSI Wellington. (See adv 
back cover, i 

(( Guarantee.) 

Dominion Burglary Guarantee Co, w h 

i ;...iu in agent, 84 i King e 
Guarantee <'<< of North America, J P 

Gildersleeve agenjk, 12 clarence 
London Guarantee \- Acqlflenl Co, J S R 

BfcCann, 889 King e.an d W J B White, 

254 Uaiiot, agents 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSURANCE COMPANY, 

S ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



HAS THE LARGEST GOVERNMENT DE- 
POSIT OF ANY COMPANY IN CANADA. 
$100,000, BESIDES OVER S3 000 000 OF RE- 
SERVE ASSETS FOR POLICY HOLDERS. 



KINGSTON BUSINESS DIKKCTOKY 



271 



(Life.) 

Aetna Life Insurance Co of Hartford, A 
E M Loscombe agent, 19 Montreal 

British Empire Mutual Life Assurance 
Co, C H Martin agent, 159 Wellington 

Canada Life Assurance Co, J T White 
agent, 254 Bagot 

Confederation Life Association. Cap! 
Frank Strange agent, 95 Clarence 

Dominion Life Assurance Co, J F 
Swift general agent, 295 King e 

Excelsior Life Insurance Co, J S 
Hoath district manager, G F Hobart 
city agent, office over Hobart's Medi- 
cal Hall, 155 Princess 

Federal Life Assurance Co, J A Gard- 
iner agent, 151 Wellington 

Home Life Association of Canada, J F 
Swift. 297 King e, and A E M Los- 
combe 233 Bagot, agents 

London & Lancashire Life Assurance 
Co, Mills & Cunningham agents, 79 
Clarence 

London Life Insurance Co, R P Pearce 
asst supt, Ontario Chambers 

Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association 
of New York, J F Swift agent, 29, r 
King e 

North American Life Assur 
ance Co, W .1 Fair District -Man- 
ager. Ontario Chambers. (See adv 
inside back cover.) 

Ontario Mutual Life Ass. Co, S 
Roughton district agent, 151 Welling- 
ton. (See adv right top lines.) 

Provident Savings Life Assurance So- 
ciety of New York, J S R McCann 
agent, 332 King e 

Standard Life Assurance Co, H H Gil- 
dersleeve city agent, G H Allen In- 
spector of agencies, 42 Clarence 



Sun Life Assurance Co of Canada, Fred 

White agent, 95 Clarence 
Travellers' Insurance Co of Hartford, 

J S R McCann agent, 332 King e 

(Marine.) 

British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co 
of Eng, J P Gildersleeve, 42 Clarence, 
J S R McCann, 332 King e, and J F 
Swift, 295 King e, agents 

Inland Lloyds, Capt T F Taylor Inspec- 
tor, 241 Queen 

Lloyds of London, T Briggs agent, 87 
Clarence 

Reliance Marine Insurance Co of Liv- 
erpool, J P Gildersleeve, 42 Clarence, 
and J S R McCann, 332 King e, agents 

Western Assurance Co, J A Gar- 
diner, 151 Wellington, J P Gilder- 
sleeve, 42 Clarence and Capt Thomas 
Donnelly, 38 Clarence, agents. (See 
adv back cover.) 

(Plate Glass.) 

Canada Accident Assurance Co, W J B 
White, 254 Bagot and J P Gildersleeve, 
42 Clarence, agents 

Dominion Plate Glass Insurance Co, 
Strange & Strange agents, 95 Clarence 

Hand-in-Hand Isurance Co, A E M Los- 
combe agent, 233 Bagot 

Lloyds Plate Glass Insurance Co, New 
York, J A Gardiner, 151 Wellington, 
Mills & Cunningham, 79 Clarence, and 
J S R McCann, 332 King e, agents 

Montreal Plate Glass Insurance Co, 
Robinson Bros agents, 277 Bagot 

Steam Boiler & Plate Glass Insurance 
Co, John A Gardiner agent, 151 Wel- 
lington 



nirPirPO f\V W\f\f\t* ^ )l '" Bell, V.S.j has made a special study 
\P A\r\ Mr I (INS for the past ten years of the diseases of 

U I O LHO LO U I UUUO these animals and has fitted up a hospital 
■ for the treatment of their diseases and 

CONSULTATION FREE. injuries. Telephones 514 and 201. 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, J%2£rXZZ%* 



155 PRINCESS STREET. 



favorite remedies. 



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IRON LADDER MANUFACTURERS. 
Laturney James, 392 Princess 

JEWELERS (MANUFACTURING.) 
Kelley W J, 103 Brock 

JEWELERS. 
(See Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.) 

JUNK DEALERS. 

Barney Benjamin, 39 Princess 
Kingston Rag and Metal Co, 389 Prin- 
cess 

KNIT GOODS MANUFACTURERS 

Kingston Hosiery Co (Ltd), King w opp 
University ave 

LADIES' FURNISHINGS. 

Dutton Miss Maude, 209 Princess 
Hemsley Mrs M E, 73 Brock 
Reed Miss Emma, 167 Wellington 
Weller Misses, 201 Wellington 

LAMP GOODS. 
Robertson Bros, 187 Princess 

LAUNDRIES. 

Cblng Lee. 28 Montreal 

City Laundry, R F F Rowan prop. 2"S 

Wellington 
Hong Lee, 880 Prln 
Hop Lee, B98 Pi Ini 
Kam Stag, 79 PrinceM 
Kingston Laundry, 206 Princess 
Long Wah. n Clarence 
Model Steam Laundry, Milne & 

mine props, 16 Prinoeea 

LEATHER and FINDINGS. 
Mi Kay .L>lnt. 161 Brock 



LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Bay of Quinte Auer Light Co, 256 Ba- 

got 
Kingston Light, Heat and Power Co, 

19 Queen 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Bibby F A, 129 Brock 

Elder Bros, 212 Wellington 

Jenkin W C T, 133 Princess 

McCammon Bros, cor Bagot and Brock 
1 Mcllquham Andrew, 290 Princess 

Wells C A. 34 Princess 
| Wilson T C, 120 Clarence 

LOAN COMPANIES. 
| Birkbeck Investment & Savings Se- 
curity Co of Toronto, Macpherson & 
Hooper agents, 95 Clarence 

Canada Permanent Loan & Savings Co, 
John A Gardiner appraiser, 151 Wel- 
lington 

Canadian Mutual Loan and Investment 
Co, J S R McCann agent, 332 King e 

Frontenac Loan and Investment So- 
ciety, 87 Clarence 

Globe Savings & Loan Co, J S R Mc- 
Cann agent, 332 King e 

Ontario Building and Savings Society, 
67 Clarence 

Y^ik County Loan & Savings Co, 20 
Market sq 

LOCKSMITHS. 
Garbutt D J, 293 Princess 
Skinner J A, Wade's Lane 

LOCOMOTIVE WORKS 
Canadian Locomotivr and Kngine Co 
(Ltd), < Ontario, ft of Earl 

LUMBER MERCHANTS. 
Anglic s A Co, Bay cor Wellington 

i '...u i; «<• Co, Place d'Annea 

McROMlfl Win. MS Ontario 

Rathbun Co, Ontario, cor Place d'Armes 



Sec t lie popular 20-year survivorship < list ii bu- 
tton plan of the ( Ontario Mut ual Life The Finest 
plan of Insurance extant. The company wrote 
up nearly three million on it last year. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON. 



KINGSTON BUSINESS DIKKCTORV 



273 



LUMBERMEN'S SUPPLIES. 
Sears Geo, 71-73 Princess 

MACHINISTS. 

Moore W J, IS Montreal, (See adv 

page 1) 
Kaney, Reid & Selby, Ontario cor Union 
Wright G A, 53 Queen 

MALSTERS. 
Clarke L H & Co, King w 

MANTLE MAKERS. 



Allan Mrs Bella, 351 King e 
Hardy & Co, 123 Princess 

MARBLE WORKS. 
Kilpatrick S J & Co, 126 Clarence 
McGuire P H, Bagot cor Queen 
Welch E R & Son, 296 Princess 

MARKET GARDENS. 

Berry Francis, Regent st 

Bushell R J, Bath rd 

Croft George, jr, Portsmouth 

England Thomas, Regent st 

Friendship C C, Bath rd 

Johnson G W D, n s Johnston, 2 w 

Regent 
Kemp George, 609 Division 
Pigion Richard, 387 Alfred 

MARRIAGE LICENSES. 

Gildersleeve J P, 42 Clarence 

MILK DEALERS. 

Chapman Wm, 292 Johnston 
Gravelle Oliver, College st 
Martig Jacob, 675 Division 
Millan Jeremiah, 91 Earl 
Snider Damon, 71 Cherry 
Wilder J E, York rd 



of 



MILLINERY. 
Abernethy F E, 424 Princess 
Adams Mrs M E, 554 Princess 
Anglin Mrs C, 173 Wellington 
Greaza Miss E V, 199 Wellington 
Hannay & Harold Misses, 167 Princess 
Hickey M & Co, 164 Princess 
Phillips Miss M J, 45 King w 
Richmond & Co, 118-120 Princess 
Smith Miss C C, 183 Princess 
Spence & Co, 143 Princess 

MINING COMPANIES. 
Kingston & Pembroke Iron Mining Co, 
28 Clarence 

MINING ENGINEERS. 
Spotswood G A, 309 Barrie 

MUSIC AND MUSICAL MERCHAN- 
DISE. 

Carey W & Son, Golden Lion Block 

McDowall R J, 471 Princess 

Telgmann's Music Emporium, 260 Prin- 
ness 

Williams R S & Sons Co, 188 Welling- 
ton 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 

Anderson Miss Nellie, 178 Bagot 
Audrieux Louis (violin), 288 Barrie 
Bates Mrs E M, 5 Hales' Cottages, King 
Baxter Miss Maude, 215 William 
Betts Mrs H A, 5 Hales' Cottages, King 

west 
Cassidy Miss Sarah, 55 John 
Claxton Miss Ethel, 31 Rideau 
Dunbar Miss G, 436 Princess 
Jacobs T F, 294 Princess 
Johnson Miss F E, 117 King w 
Mclntyre Miss Helen, 231 Division 
Martin John D, Barriefield 
Minnes Miss J C, 495 Princess 
Reilly D J (violin), 45 Princess 
Smith Miss Elizabeth, 202 Colborne 
Strachan Miss A L, 248 Division 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, r £\ 



rsicians'Perscriptionsand 
Family Recipes Accurately 
1 55 princess street. and Prompt | y Dispensed 



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.Ml'sic TEACHERS— Continued 

Tandy Miss Norma, 84 Gore 
Taylor Miss H E B, 8 Ellice 
Telgmann Miss Agnes, 258 Princess 

NEEDLES. 

(Wholesale.) 

Iffullin B W, ST Division 

NEWS DEALERS. 
Nash Bros, British American Hotel 

NEWSPAPERS. 
(Daily.) 
British W r hig The, 306-310 King e 
Kingston News The, 67 Princess 

(Semi-Weekly.) 
Kingston News The, 67 Princess 

(Weekly.) 
Tritish Whig The, 306-310 King e 
Canadian Freeman, 128 Clarence 
Cueen's College Journal, Queen's Col- 
lege 

(Quarterly.) 
Queen's Quarterly, Queen's College 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 
Clldersleeve J P, 42 Clarence 

NURSES. 

Green Mrs John, L6 Sydenham 
Turbetl Mrs Julia, 51 I H\ Islon 
Veale Mist Emma, 164 fork 

Walker Mrs Helen, s s Fifth, 4 w of Di- 
vision 

OFFICE AND CHURCH FURNITURE 
Carnovsky Wood Mnfg Co (Ltd), 128-132 

< >ntarlo 



OIL CLOTH MANUFACTURERS. 
Dupont & Wilson, Cataraqui st 

OIL DEALERS. 

Bourne J C. 51 Balaclave 
Burtch A W, 64 Upper Charles 
Doyle Hugh. 294 Barrie 
Gissing A A, Stephen st 
Imperial Oil Co, ( mnfrs I, Cataraqui 
cor Rideau 

OPTICIANS. 

Coates F W, 15S Princess 

Hobart's Medical Hall, S W Ho 

hart Graduate Optician, Manager, 155 

Princess 

Mitchell E C, 124 Princess 

PAINT MANUFACTURERS. 
Kingston Elastic Paint Co, King w 

PAINTERS. 

Bryant J A (carriage), 310 Barrie 

Frost W G (carriage), 402 King e 

Kelly S J, 271 Princess 

1 alrd John. 349 Princess 

MrMahon T & Co, 133 Brock, cot Ba- 

got 
Martin C A (sign), 216 Princess 
Mil.. T W, 41 Montreal 
Muiiciieff & Co, jl'1 Brock 
Robinson Bros, JT'.-iTT Uagot 
Savage Bros, 76-78 William 

PAINTS AND "U.S. 

i !orb» : t John, D6 Prta 
n.unhiv w il. US Princess 
Horses R m ft Co, 188 Princess 
Mitchell W a. 86-87 Princess 
Btrachan Archibald, 198 Princess 

PAWNBROKERS. 
Abramson ft BrO, U Brook 



S. ROUGHTON, 

VACANCIES FOR GOOD MEN. 



District Representative of the 
Ontario Mutual Life Assurance 
Company. Office '51 Welling- 
ton street, Kingston. 



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275 



PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Bell W P & Son, 39 Brock 
Henderson Henry,!'* Princess 
Kelly Wm, 159 Wellington 

i ii .\ C, -I Prln 

.1 W, 16B l'i' i 
Richardson W L, 151 Wellington 
& Davis, 334 King e 

PHYSICIANS. 

Abbott R H, MD, William cor King, 
Office Hours 8 to l<i a m, 2 to i and 7 
to 9 p ni. Telephone 517 
Anglin W G, MD, 52 Earl. Office 
Hours 10 to 11 a m, 2 to -1 and 7 to 9 
pin. Telephone 178 
BeggJ W, 203 Wellington 
Bell J H, MD, 140 Wellington, Office 
Hours 8 to 10 a in. 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 
p in. Telephone 387 
n M J. 632 Princess 
Campbell J W, MD, 133 Clergy St. 
Office Hours 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m, 
Telephone 455 
Chown A P. 185 Princess 
Connell J C, 293 King e. I oculist and 
aurist), Office hours. to 12 a in. and 
2 to •"> p ni. Telephone 393 
Cunningham David, MD, 147 Sy- 
denham, Telephone 163, Office Hours 2 
t:, 4 and 7 to 9 p m 
Curtis C L, 138 Wellington, Office 
Hour-. S to 10 a in. 1 to 4 and 7 to J) 
p in. Telephone 415 
Davis .1 .1. 258 Bagot 
Dickson Annie E. 172 Johnston 
Dowsley D H, 154 Johnston 



Duff H Ramsay, MD, 200 Bagot, 

Oilier hours !> t.» 11 a in, 2 to 1 and 7 
1.) 8.30 p m. Telephone 89 

Fee S H, 405 Princess 

Fenwick T M, 1!) Barrack cor King, 
i iffiee Hours, 8.30 to 9.30 a m, 2 to 4 and 
7 to 9 p m, Telephone 273 

Fowler Fife, 249 Brock 

Garrett R W, MD, :>2 Johnston, Of- 
fice hours 10 to 11 a ni, 2 to 4 and 

7 to!) p in. Telephone 282 
Gibson J F, MD, 282 Queen, cor Bar- 
He : Office hours 8 to 10 a in, 1 to 4 
and 7 to 8 p m. Telephone 578 

Herald John MD, 199 King e, Office 
Hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p m, Tele- 
phone 380 

Kilborn R K, MD, 244 King e. cor 
William, Office hours 9 to 10 a in. 2 
to 4 and 7 to 8 p in. Telephone 342 

McConville Isabel, 13 Montreal 

Mundell D E, MD, 100 Sydenham St. 
Office Hours 8 to 10 a m, 1 to 3 and 7 to 

8 pm, Telephone 398 
Mundell John, ( Diseases of the 

Heart and Lungs), 25 Montreal, Office 
Hours 9 to 12 a m, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m 

Oliver A S, 193 King e 

Phelan Daniel, 240 Bagot 

Ryan Edward, cor Brock and Mon- 
treal. Office Hours S to 10 a in, 2 to 
4 and 7 to 9 p m. Telephone 307 

Stirling J A, MD, cor William and 
Wellington ; Office hours 9 to 10 
a m. 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p in. Telephone 
530 

Strange O S, OS Union e 

Sullivan D V. Princess cor King 



VETERINARY DENTISTRY 

TELEPHONES 514 AND 201. 



DR BELL, U.S.. IS A SPECIALIST IN THIS 
BRANCH OF VETERINARY SURGERY. IF YOUR 
HORSES ARE NOT DOING WELL CONSULT HIIYI 
FREE OF CHARGE. 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, Toilet Preparations of all 
155 Princess street. kinds, Sponges, Chamois, etc 



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PHYSICIANS Continued 

Sullivan Senator M, Office Hours. 
10 a m to 6 p m, Telephone 195. Prin- 
cess cor King 

Wood Isaac, MD, 122 Wellington ! 

Office hours 8 to !» a m, 2 to 4 and 7 McKelvey & Birch, 67-71 Brock 
to !> p in. Telephone MS«> 

PORK PACKERS. 
PIANO MANUFACTURERS. Maclean Andrew, 272-274 Ontario 



Muckler W D, 239 Bagot 
Nugent & Taylor, 183 Wellington 
Oldfin J W, 37 Brock 
Simmons Bros, 211 Princess 



PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES. 



Wormwith & Co, 75 Princess 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 
Bell Organ & Piano Co, 294 Princess 
George Joseph, 114 Gore 
Heintzman & Co, 260 Princess 
Khan D W & Co, 217 Princess 
McDowall R J, 471 Princess 
Reyner John, Golden Lion Block 
W illiams R S & Sons Co, 188 Wellington 

PIANO TUNERS. 
Cunningham Henry, 21 King w 
Reyner John, Golden Lion Block 

PICTURES AND FRAMES. 

Klrkpatrlck Michael, 159 Princess 
Ohlke Mrs Maria, 109 Brock 

PLANING MILLS. 

Anglin S & Co, Bay cor Wellington 
Co-Operative Sash and Door Factory, 35 

Union e 
Gaw R & Co, Place d'Armes 
Massif Wm. 155 Raglan id 

PLUMBERS, STEAM AND GAS FIT- 
TERS. 

Bastoro J <:. 876 King e 
i'n. ki.iirn John, 288 Ontario 
Elliott Bros, 77 1'rin 
Jsmleson Joseph, 42 Johnston 
McK< K'> A Birch, f.ovi Brook 
McNeil Nell. fif. Brook 



POWER COMPANIES. 
Kingston Light, Heat and Power 
Queen 

PRINTERS. 
Bailie Bros, 190 Wellington 
Bailie Wm, 334 King e 
Daley Patrick, 128 Clarence 
Oram & Moore, 67 Princess 
Pense E J B, 306-310 King e 
Smith John, 153 Wellington 
Sun Job Printing Office, 172 Welling- 
ton 

PRODUCE. 
Farkhill J Y & Co, 246 Princess 

PROVISIONS. 
Alexander Philip, 111 Brock 
Bertolini Felix, 2S2 Princess 
Henderson J S, 59-61 Brock 
Schroder John, 78 Brock 

PUBLISHERS 

l ui. v I'.m iik. 128 Clan nee 
Oram ft Moore, 87 Princess 
Pense E J B 108 110 King e 



1T.MI' MANUFACTURERS 



r 



Kan'v. n. i.i ft Selby, Ontario, 
Union 

RAILWAY C< "MI'ANIES 

ox Quint* R u ami .\'a\ igatioi 
30 Clarence 



IF YOU OR YOUR FRIENDS THINK OF TAKING 
OUT LIFE INSURANCE CALL OR REFER THEM TO 
THE UNDERSGNED AND HE WILL CHEERFULLY 
SUPPLY ALL INFORMATION ABOUT HIS COMPANY. 



S. ROUGHTON, 



DISTRICT 
AGENT 

ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



KINGSTON Bl'NINKNS DIRECTORY. 



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Grand Trunk Railway, Ontario cor 

Johnston 
Kingston and Pembroke Railway Co, 

Ontario, opp City Hall, City Ticket 

office, 42 Clarence 
Kingston, Portsmouth and Cataraqui 

Electric Railway, 192 Ontario 

REAL. ESTATE 
Cays D A, 20 Market sq 
Cliff George, 95 Clarence 
Gardiner J A, 15] Wellington 
Kingston Real Estate Co (Ltd), 180 Wel- 
lington 
Loscombe A E M, 2A3 Bagot 
McCann J S R, 332 King e 
Martin C H, 159 Wellington 
Moore's Real Estate Agency, 169 Wel- 
lington 

REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS 
Stratford Mrs Henry,284 Princess 

RESTAURANTS 
Canada Railway News Co, G T R 

Outer Station 
Mines Robert, 154 Ontario 
Frontenac Cafe, 46 Clarence 
Nadon Joseph, 297 King e 
Nolan Patrick, 51 Princess 
Staley Mrs Selina, 49 Princess 
White E O, 228 Princess 

SADDLERY HARDWARE 
Chown A & Co, 252 Bagot 
Martin W C (Wholesale), 216 Princess 

SAILMAKERS 
Oldrieve & Horn, 263 Ontario 

SALOONS 

Canada Railway News Co (Ltd), G T R 
Outer Station 

Opera Saloon, L E Guess prop, 210 Prin- 
cess 



SALVAGE AND WRECKING COM- 
PANIES 

Calvin Co, Garden Island 
Donnelly Salvage and Wrecking Co 
(Ltd), 38 Clarence 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS 
Co-operative Sash and Door Factory, 

35 Union e 
Gaw R & Co, Flace d'Armes 

SAUSAGE MAKERS 
Schroder John, 78 Brock 

SAVINGS SOCIETIES 

Frontenac Loan & Investment Society, 

87 Clarence 
Ontario Building and Savings Society, 

67 Clarence 

SAW MILLS 

Anglin S & Co, Bay cor Wellington 

SECOND HAND GOODS 
Abrahamson & Bro, 333 Princess 
Barney Benjamin, 39 Princess 
Klein Louis, 133 Colborne 
Laces Louis, 22 Chatham 
Lamoureux Pierre, 236 Ontario 
Langbort L & Co, 292 Princess 

SEEDS 
Franklin Joseph, 117 Brock 
Franklin & Campbell, 18 Market sq 

SEWING MACHINES 
Cunningham John, 348 King e 
George Joseph, 112 Gore 
McDowall R J, 471-473 Princess 
Singer Mnfg Co, 213 Princess 

SHOEMAKERS 
(See also Boot and Shoe Dealers) 
Adams Wm, 67 Brock 
Allen W & Son, 82 Brock 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



Lamps of all kinds, Burners, 
Chimneys, Globes and Shades 
of every description. 



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SHOEMAKERS— Continued 

Angrove Henry. 87 Queen 
Austin James, 102 Rideau 

Bennett T J. 218 Wellington 
Davis James, 269 Princess 
Downey Timothy, 1S4 Bagot 
Erskine John. 90 Ontario 
Graham Robert, 395 Princess 

Hawken W H. 295 Johnston 
Henderson James. 244 Barrle 
Herod A E, 320 Brarie 
Howarth Charles, 110 Barrie 
Jennings Harry, 290 Ontario 
Keyes Andrew, 366 Prin 
McDonald Hector, 221 Sydenham 
O'Connell Robert, 176 Montreal 
O'Connor John, 379 King e 
O'Reilly Patrick. 36 Ellice 
Pope T N, 80 Colborne 
Sarsfield George. 32 Montreal 
Tenney Wm. 31S Johnston 

SILVERWARE 
Burnette M S, 368 Bagot 

SODA WATER MANUFACTURERS 
Hinds J R, 10 Market sq 
Pipe Wm, 261 Print — 

SPORTING GOODS 

Henderson John A Co, 86 Princess 
Routley John, 17.: Princess 

si-. IRTSMEN'B BUPPLIES. 
ley John, 17:: Prim i 

STAT I < >NERS 

Princess 
m . \ ii i • - > Thomas, 128 Prln< ■ 

BTBAMB4 »AT COMP \\n:s 

- rio and B "i*- steam- 

L.1 



St Lawrence River Steamboat Co, (Ltd) 

198 Ontario 
Thousand Island Steamboat Co, 198 

Ontario 

STONE DEALERS 
McBratney Hugh, 397 Princess 
Wallace Robert, Bagot, opp Barrack 

STONE QUARRIES 

Coyle Thomas, Concession rd. opp Al- 
fred 
Smith Robert, 56 Lansdowne 

STOVES AND TINWARE 

Chown C D, 229-231 Princess 
Chown Edwin & Son. 248-250 Bagot 
Elliott Bros, 77 Princess 
Hentig G W, 347 Princess 
Horsey R M & Co, 189 Princess 
McKelvey & Birch, 69-71 Brock 
Nugent & Taylor, 183 Wellington 

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS 

Moore W J, 18 Montreal | See adv 

page 1) 

TAILORS 

Boyd Isaac, 264 King e 

Cannon G D, 26 Montreal 

Cannon Wm. 273 Princess 

Carroll & Co (merchant(. 227 Prin- 
cess 

Dunlop Wm(mere hant), 353 King e 

Flett A G (merchant), I'll Princess. 
(Sec adv pages - and :: 

George P W, 248 Barrie 

Grand Union Clothing Co (merchant), 

L22 Princess 

Rowland Bros (merchant), ::.">>• Kinge 
iruin Theodore, LSI Brook 
Lambert Thomas, i">7 Princess 
Livingston C A Bro (merchant), 75 

1 '-nick 

Lyons Bros, 818 Barrie 



fOU ARE RESPECTFULLY 'INVITED JO EXAMINE THE 
ACTUAL RESULTS OF INVESTMENT POLICIES IN THE 
ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE. NO OTHER COMPANY'S RESULTS 
IN CANADA CAN EQUAL THEM. ASK FOR SOME." 



S. ROUGHTON, 

DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



KINGSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



279 



O'Brien Alex (merchant), 175 Princess 
Prevost Zotique, (merchant), 55 Brock 
Robinson C (merchant), 1S5 Wellington 
Sands .1 S & Son (merchant), 171 "Wel- 
lington 
Sherlock J M, 225 Princess 
Slavin James, 175 Wellington 
Spencer Bros (merchant), 119 Princess 
Tweddell John (merchant), 131 Princess 
Walsh Edwin, 208 Princess 

TANNERS 

Carrington J J, Lower Rideau 
MiLeod John, Cataraqui st 

TAXIDERMISTS. 
Stratford Henry, 354 Princess 

TEAS AND COFFEES 
Stroud Bros, 109 Princess 
Wilder George, 211 Nelson 

TELEGRAPH COMPANIES 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co's Tele- 
graph, 30 Clarence 
Dominion Telegraph Co, 34 Clarence 
Great North Western Telegraph Co, 34 

Clarence 
Montreal Telegraph Co, 34 Clarence 
North American Telegraph Co, 30 Clar- 
ence 

TELEPHONE COMPANIES 
Bell Telephone Co, 186 Ontario 

TIMBER MERCHANTS 
Calvin Company, Garden Island 

TINSMITHS 
Bryson W J, 239 Bagot 
Chown C D, 229-231 Princess 
Chown Edwin & Son, 248-250 Bagot 
Hentig G W, 345 Princess 



Horsey R M & Co, 189 Princess 
Loucks E B, 355 King e 
Nugent & Taylor, 183 Wellington 
Simmons Bros, 211 Princess 

TINSMITHS' SUPPLIES 

Chown Edwin & Son, 248-250 Bagot 
McKelvey & Birch, 69-71 Brock 

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS. 

St Lawrence Tobacco Factory, 223 
Brock 

TOBACCONISTS 
Baker R D, 204 Princess 
Baker Wm, 352 King e 
Egan Daniel, 179 Wellington 
Hunter J J, 201 Princess 
Oberndorffer Bros, 64-66 Princess 
Paul W J, 70 Princess 
Routley John, 173 Princess 

TRUNKS AND VALISES 

Dick W J & Son,168 Princess 
Haines & Lockett, 116 Princess 

TYPEWRITERS 
Dobbs J RC&Co, 44 Clarence St. 
( See adv page 132) 

TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIES 

Dobbs J R C & Co, 44 Clarence St 

(bee adv page 132) 

UNDERTAKERS 
Braine Henry, 251 Princess 
Drennan W M, 2<si Princess ( See 

adv opp page 135 ) 
Harrison T F Company, 283-285 

Princess ( See adv opp page 156 ) 
Reid James, 254-250 Princess ( See 

adv opp page 205) 
Ronan Thomas, 238 Bagot 



HOBART'S MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street 



A. A. A. greatest pain killer 
known. Hobart's sweet flavor- 
ed Castor Oil. Children like it, 



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KINGSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



UPHOLSTERERS 

Geddes J W, 214 Bagot 

Harrison T F Company, 233-236 

Princess (See adv opp page 156 
McQuaid J P, 182 Clergy 
Marshall F C, 263-265 Princess 
Reid James, 254-256 Princess ( See 

adv opp page 205) 

VALUATORS 
Gardiner J A, 151 Wellington 
McCann J S R, 3E2 King e 

Martin C H, 159 Wellington 

VEGETABLES AND FRUITS 

Burns Mrs Rachel, 6S Brock 
Carnovsky W T H, 94 Brock 

VETERINARY SURGEONS 

Bell GW, 12!) Bagot and 675 Princess 

i Sec adv right bottom lines ) 
Massie James, 237 Bagot 
Morgan W J ,291 Princess 
Nicholls Wm, 134 Clarence 

V I N EGAR MANUFACTURERS 
Haaz A & Co, Bagot, cor Ordnance 

WALL PAPER 

Henderson John & Co, 86 Princess 

Laird John 349 Princess 

McMahon T & Co, 233 Bagot, cor Brock 

Mil.) T W, 39 Montreal 

Robinson Bros, l'77 P.agot 

Bavage Bros, 76-78 William 

WATCHES, clock's AND JEWEL- 
LERY 
1 C L, 343 King o 

Coatefl k \v. 168 Princess 

ton A C A Bro, LOO Princess 
Keeley \v j, toa Brock 

(wholesale), 258 Bagot 



Smith Bros, 345 King e 
Spangenberg F W, 347 King e 
Wood Bros, 236 Princess 

WATCH MAKERS 
Cunningham W J, 348 King e 
McCarter Alex, Golden Lion Block 

WATCH MATERIAL 
(Wholesale) 
Brock A M, Golden Lion Block 

WEAVERS. 
(See Carpet Weavers.) 

WHARFINGERS 

Folger Bros, ft of Brock 
Craig W G & Co, ft of William 
Richardson James & Sons, ft of Prin- 
cess 
Swift James & Co, ft of Johnston 

WILLOW WORKERS. 
Tracey W J, 29 Pembroke 

WINES AND LIQUORS 
(Wholesale) 
Browne James & Co, 175 Ontario 
Henderson J S, 59 Brock 
McParland James, 341 King e 
Pipe Wm, 162 Princess 

(Retail) 
Halligan John & Co, 53 Brock 
Henderson J S, 59-61 Brock 
Leahy T J, 320 King e 
McCormack Armstrong. 91 Princess 
McParland James, 341 King e 
Pipe Wm, 261 Princ«s>. 
Rigney & Hickey, 138 Princess 
Thompson James, 1 York 
Tierney James, 261 Ontario 
Ward John, 41 Brock 
Wilkinson C M & Son, 180 Wellington 

WIRE WORKS 
Partridge V W. 876 King e 

WOOLLEN GOODS 

Asselstino Michael, 238 Princess 



THE ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COM- 
PANY WILL ACCEPT FEMALE RISKS-FIRST-CLASS- AT 
THE SAME RATES AS MEN. WITHOUT EXTRA. BOYS 
OVER 14 YEmRS OF AGE INSURABLE ON ANY PLAN. 



S. ROUGHTON, 

District Agent, Kingston. 



KINGSTON MIscKl.l.AXKors DIRECTORY. 



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KINGSTON 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY, 



CITY COUNCIL, 1896. 

Mayor— Robert F Elliott 
Aldermen 

Sydenham Ward— Messrs. James 
Stewart, G H Allen, J A Minnes 

Ontario Ward— Messrs J J Behan, C 
L Curtis, J B Walkem 

St Lawrence Ward— Chas Livings- 
ton, James Redden, J S Skinner 

Cataraqui Ward — Messrs Wm Rob- 
inson, Edward Ryan, W G Strainge 

Frontenac Ward — Messrs W H Car- 
son, Alex Newlands, Joseph Tait 

Rideau Ward— Messrs C H Martin, 
W M Drennan, A R Milne 

Victoria Ward — Messrs W H Rich- 
ardson, John Hewton, Thomas Don- 
nelly 

Regular Meetings— Jan 27th; Feb 10th 
and 24th; March 9th and 23rd; April 
6th and 20th; May 4th and 18th; June 
1st, 15th and 29th; July »13th and 27th; 
Aug 10th and 24th; Sept 7th and 21st; 
Oct 5th and 19th; Nov 2nd, 16th and 
30th; Dec 14th and 28th and Jan 4th, 
1S97. 

STANDING COMMITTEES, 1896. 

Finance and Accounts. 

The Mayor, Chairman; Messrs Curt- 
is Livingston, Richardson, Behan, Al- 
en, Drennan. 

Board of Works. 

Messrs Carson, Chairman; Stewart 
Behan, Skinner, Strainge, Martin, Don- 
nelly. 



Waterworks. 

Messrs Behan, Chairman; Stewart, 
Milne, Newlands, Strainge, Hewton, 
Walkem. 

Court of Revision. 

Messrs Skinner, Chairman; Robinson, 
Hewton, Milne, Tait. 

Fire, Water and Light. 

Messrs Martin, Chairman; Allen, 
Robinson, Stewart, Newlands, Ryan, 
Minnes. 

City Property and Markets. 

Messrs Livingston, Chairman; Rich- 
ardson, Allen, Tait, Minnes, Strainge, 
Carson. 

Parks. 

Messrs Curtis, Chairman; Redden, 
Richardson, Walkem, Livingston, 
Milne, Newlands. 

Printing. 

Messrs Ryan, Chairman; Curtis, 
Redden, Donnelly, Drennan. 

House of Industry. 

The Mayor, Chairman; Messrs Don- 
nelly, Minnes, Skinner. 

Board of Health. 
The Mayor, Chairman; the Rev W 
B Carey (1), R T Walkem (2), Dr 
Campbell (1), j d Thompson (2), R 
Meek (3), Dr Phalen (3). 



HOBARTS MEDICAL HALL, 

155 Princess Street. 



SPECTACLES to suit all 
sights. Eyes fitted for special 
Lenses. S. W. Hobart, Gradu- 
ate Optician. 



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K I N( . i STON M ISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



City Officials — Michael Flanagan, 
clerk, F C Ireland, treasurer; DM Me- 
Intyre, solicitor; Thomas O Bolger, en- 
gineer; Wm S Gordon, assessor and i 
commissioner; George Thompson, col- 
. Wm McCammon, market clerk 
r.nd harbor master; Andrew Lanigan, 
messenger; John Duff, police magis- 
trate; Edwin Horsey, chief of police; 
James P Gildersleeve, registrar; F o 
George, deputy registrar. 

City Engineer's Department— T O 
Bolger, engineer; Ernest T Roberts, 
chief clerk; Wm A Newlands, clerk 
John Wright, foreman. 

City Water Works Department— T O 
er, engineer; Thomas Hewitt, sup 
erintendent; F T Smith, receiver; Win A 
N -a lands, assistant receiver ; F C Ire- 
land, treasurer. 

Police Force— Edwin Horsey, cnief; 
Al< x Snodden, Robert W Nesbitt, ser- 
geants; Samuel McCullagh, Philip H 
Small, James Megarry, John Tuttle, 
it E Aiken, John Ballantyne, Jas 
A Craig, Nicholas Timmerman, Jame: 
son, David Downie, Hugh Lawson, 
George W Kennedy, policemen. 

City Coroners — Drs D Phalen, D E 

1 11 ami II H Kilborn. 

I'' IKE DEPARTMENT. 
Henrj Enulden, chief; Win Miller, as 
i at chief. 

Fire Halls. 
X,,. I— Ontario st, I .'tween Brock ami 
I 'i in 

2 287-888 Brock. 

Fll .• Aln 

\,.. ii Ion from the aouth <<( 

Prlfrtw t.. < Sareace, and From 

Bafpl '" ,h '' wat,,, "' s ' ; 
• |.',,, ,, -.,1 i,.n Crom i he north of 

Prlacan to Ba s ■■ n '' from Ba- 
th* wat'TS edge. 



3 — Cor Queen and Montreal sts. 
4 — Cor Rideau and Bay sts. 
5— On Division st. (All Saint's Ch.) 
6 — Cor Princess and Chatham sts. 
7 — Cor Alma and Redan sts. 
8 — Cor Earl and Barrie sts. 
9— Knitting Mill. 

12 — Montreal st, near Charles st. 
13 — Cor River and Rideau sts. 
14 — Military College. 
IT — Cor Earl and University ave. 
18 — Cor King and Union sts. 
21— Cor John and Montreal sts. 
23 — Cor Princess and Barrie sts. 
24 — Williams ville. 
25 — Cor Arch and Deacon sts. 
26 — Cor Bagot and William sts. 
27 — Grove Inn. 

28 — Cor Pine and- Patrick sts. 
29 — Cor Brock and Albert sts. 
32 — Cor Colborne and Main sts. 
35 — Cor West and Sydenham sts. 
36 — Cor Union and Livingston ave 
42— Cor Victoria and Alfred sts. 
Instructions where the keys can be 
had will be found on the poles on which 
the boxes are hung. 

CAB TARIFF. 
By-law, 6th January, 1882. 
From any one point within the ci:y 
limits to any other point within the said 
limits: (To the Grand Trunk Outer 
senger Station excepted.) 

For one person 25 otfl 

For each aditional person 15 eta 

For each passenger to Qrand 
Trunk station 25 cU 

My the Hour. 

l ( r the Bret hour Ji 00 

For each aditional hour N 

Any time over the hour to be ch.i 
in half-hour tractions at 25 cents per 

traction, unleai the number exceeds two 
adulta ami mih- child over the age "f n 

when they shall be entitled tr> Jl 
p.-r hour, ami in proportion for the 
t ion "i' an hour. 



ONTARIO MUTUAL LIFE 

ASSUKANCb COMPANY. 

S. ROUGHTON, DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON 



A Substantial Canadian Old 
Line Company. Has the best 
inducements for intendin in- 
surers of any co'y in Canada. 



KINGSTON MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



283 



20 



25 



30 



To and from the Grand Trunk Rail- 
way Station between 9pm and 8 am, 
each passenger 50 cents. 

And any licensed cabman or driver 
ing or taking any greater price or 
rate than the foregoing, except as in 
this by-law is provided, shall be deemed 
to be guilty of a breach of this by-law, 
and shall be dealt with accordingly. 

CARTER'S TARIFF. 
By-law 4th January, 1882. 
For each load drawn for the dis 

tance of three "blocks" or under. $0 15 
For each load drawn for the dis- 
tance of five "blocks" or under, 
and more than three "blocks". 
For each load drawn for the dis- 
tance of eight "blocks" or under 

and more than five "blocks" 

For each load drawn for the dis- 
tance of twelve "blocks" or under 
and more than eight "blocks" — 
For each load drawn to any part 
of the city and for a greater dis- 
tance than twelve "blocks" 50 

For the carriage of each cord of 
firewood and of every three loads 
of sand for the distance of five 

"blocks" and under 30 

For the same for a distance of ten 
"blocks" or under and more than 

five "blocks" ° 4G 

For the same over ten "blocks" 

or to the limits of the city 50 

Provided that if any carter shall be 
unnecessarily detained in loading or un- 
loading for more than ten minutes he 
shall be allowed to charge five cents 
additional for every ten minutes In 
shall be so detained. 



LIVERY STABLE TARIFF. 
For every single horse and buggy, 
phaeton, cutter or vehicle, to 
carry two people, for first hour.$0 7 

And for every additional hour 25 

For every single horse and vehicle 
per day of 12 hours, or 30 miles 

drive 3 00 

For every single horse and vehicle.. 

for half a day of six (6) hours.. 2 
For every team and vehicle per_4ay 

of twelve hours, or 30 miles drive. 5 0C 
For every team and vehicle for a 

half day of six hours 3 00 

For buggies, cutters, democrats 
and two-seated sleighs, etc, per 

day 1 00 

For a team and carriage per hour. 1 00 

And for every additional hour 50 

For every two horse carriage to 
Cataraqui, or the Roman Catholic 

Cemetery at a burial 2 00 

For every saddle horse for two or 

three hours 1 50 

For every double team and car- 
riage to and from dinner parties. 1 5 
For a team and carriage to and 

from balls 2 00 

And for every additional hour 
after ordering the return 1 0C 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Warden— J T Truscott, Harrowsmith. 

Judge— C V Price. 

Sheriff— Wm Ferguson 

Clerk of Peace and County Attorney— 
J L Whiting. 

County Court Clerk, Local Registrar 
High Court of Justice and Registrar 
Surrogate Court— Archibald McGill. 

Registrar— J D Thompson. 



G.W.BELL,V.S.,D.V.D.S, 

Telephones 514- and 201, 



Treats all diseases of do- 
mestic animals. Calls 
promptly attended to day 
or night. 



HOEARTS MEDICAL HULL, g*"';* 

155 Princess Street. 



for Knickerbocker 
Braces. Sizes for 
men, women, boys and girls. 



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Treasurer — T F VanLuven. 

County Clerk— D J Walker. 

Inspector of Public Schools— William 
Spankie, M.D. 

Surgeon of Gaol— A S Oliver, M.D. 

Governor of Gaol— C H Corbett. 

County Auditors — Treausurer's Ac- 
counts— R S Graham, Elginburg ; Alf 
Hunter. Harrowsmith. 

Administration of Justice Accounts— 
A Munro, Ardoch; D J Walker, King- 
ston. 

Court House Keeper— John Shepherd. 

COUNTY COUNCIL. 

Barrie — Wm Salmond, reeve, Myer's 
Cave; Thos Xeal, clerk, Cloyne. 

Bedford— J M Taggart, reeve, West- 
port ; James McNeil, clerk, Fermoy- 

Clarendon A Munro.reeve, Ardoch, 
A U Wood, clerk, Plevna. 

i larden Island— H A Calvin, reeve, 
Garden Island ; R Raymond, clerk, 
Garden Island. 

Hinchinbrook — Henry Swarbrick, 
reeve, Tichborne; John Hamilton, 
clerk, Parham. 

Howe Island— John Foley.reeve, Howe 
Island ; M Melville, clerk, Howe Island. 

Kennebec \v t Hunt, reeve. Ar- 
d< n ; D A Osborne, clerK, Arden. 

Kingston — George Wright. reeve, 
West brook; Jos Gorrie, Qrst deputy 
nui; Geo Marsh, Becond 
deputy reeve, Collins Hay; John Simp- 
clerk, Cataraqul. 

Loborough — M Trousdale, reeve, Hol- 
llford ; Benson Buck deputy reeve, Syd- 
enham . !■' Lawson, clerk, Sydenham. 

Olden— Joshua Cox, reeve, Mountain 
Grove i M W Price, c] rk, Mountain 
Grove, 

m Avery! reeve, Bhai bol Lake; 
s c Bui k". clerk, Oso. 

Paln> rston -Wm Miller, reeve, Mc 
Laren's Point; John Blklngton, MD 
I 'inpah. 



Pittsburg — J S Kane, reeve, Brewers' 
Mills; R H McAlpin, deputy reeve, 
South Lake; Charles Belwa, clerk, 
Barriefield. 

Portland — J T Truscott, reeve, Har- 
rowsmith; Lorenzo Ruttan, deputy 
reeve, Hartington; Alfred Hunter, 
clerk, Harrowsmith. 

Portsmouth — John Fisher, reeve, 
Portsmouth ; T Kelley, clerk, Ports- 
mouth. 

Storrington— D H Toland, reeve, Sun- 
bury; J H Hughson, deputy reeve, In- 
vtrary; Alex Ritchie, clerk, Inverary. 

Wolfe Island— D McRae, reeve, Wolfe 
Island ; R Mosier, deputy reeve. Wolfe 
Island ; D J Dawson, clerk, Wolfe Is- 
land. 

Committees. 

Finance. 
Messrs .Marsh, Gorrie, Miller, Mc- 
Rae, McAlpin, Salmond, Buck, Tag- 
gart, Fisher, Calvin, Mosier and Rut- 
tan; Mr. Ruttan, Chairman. 

County Property. 
Messrs Avery, Coxe, Trousdale, To- 
land, Foley, Kane and Wright, Mr. 
Wright, Chairman. 

Printing and Bdncatlon. 
Messrs Calvin, Hunt, Mosier, Swar- 
brick, Taggart and Buck. 

Roads and Bri. 1 
Messrs Taggart, Hughson, Gorrie, 
Hunt, Swarbrick, Fisher and McAlpin. 

POST OFFICE STAFF. 
1'ostmaster — James Shannon. 

Istanl Postmaster- John L Renton 

< hrks— John Kelly, C G Shannon. 
James McBiide, J P Pense, Francis 
Macdonald, R J D'Arcy, Allan .1 Chain; 
berlaln. W J Wills, Francis Kane, J B 

Ccchrane, B. B Genge, Miss .1 Morrison, 

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Letter Carriers— John Driver.Superin- 
lendent : .John Collns, Robert Lewers, 
Robert Gilmour, Robert Kearns. Win 
.Will. R .1 Elliott, J J Maguir<\ J J l'ur- 
tell. W .) Christmas. B J Hanlon. 

Transfer Agent— D W Gray. 

Stamp Vendor — Miss Hentig. 

Letter Collector — Bernard McCon- 
\ ill.-. 

M' ssenger — John Morrissey. 

POST OFFICE INSPECTOR'S OF- 
FICE. 

Inspector — II Merrick. 

Assistant Inspector — P H Macarow. 

Clerks— J E Hopkirk, J C Strange, H 
F Wilmot. W J O' Reilly . 

CUSTOM HOUSE 
(King, cor Clarence. Examining Ware- 
house, 188 Ontario st.) 
C Hamilton, collector ; A Shaw, sur- 
veyor ; R D Anglin. chief clerk ; Thos 
Gaskin, second clerk ; W Neish, third 
clerk ; T Driver, appraiser ; James Han- 
ley, G W Comer, W D Graves, John 
Geoghegan, tide waiters ; J Quigley, 
W Robinson, Harry Hitchen, preven- 
tive officers ; Robert Carson, messen- 
ger and packer ; P Nugent, packer in 
examining warehouse. 

INLAND REVENUE OFFICE. 
(16 Market Square.) 
F Rowland, collector ; T Grimason, 
deputy collector ; C T Dickson, account- 
ant ; A Hanley asst accountant ; G W 
Browne, Jbhn O'Donnell, E Lyons, C 
D McFarland, R H Earle, officers ; Ed- 
ward Fahey, canals and excise. 

CANAL OFFICE. 
(Clarence Street.) 
Wm Burrows, collector ; Edward Fa- 
hey, assistant collector. 



STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS OFFICE 
(38 Clarence Street.) 
Capt. Thomas Donnelly, hull inspector; 
T P Thompson, boiler inspector. 

GAS INSPECTION OFFICE . 
(Clarence Street.) 
William Burrows, inspector. 

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES OFFICE 
(Clarence Street.) 
J A Macdonald, inspector. 

HIDE INSPECTOR'S OFFICE. 
(85 Clarence Street.) 
John McCammon, inspector. 

CHURCHES. 
Anglican. 
Diocese of Ontario. 
Most Rev John Travers Lewis, D.D., 
LL.D., D.C.L., Archbishop of Ontario. 

St George's Hall, cor Wellington and 
Johnston streets, Clerical Secretary's 
office — Rev Canon A Spencer, Secretary. 

Depositary — John Reyner, Golden Lion 
Block. 

St George's Cathedral, cor King and 
Johnston streets — "Very Rev Buxton B 
Smith, DD, Dean and Rector; Rev G 
R Beamish, MA, Curate. Service, Sun- 
day, 8 and 11 am and 7 pm. Sunday 
School 3 pm. Daily services 9.30 am 
and 5.15 pm. 

St James' Church, Union street w cor 
Arch — Rev J K Macmorine, M.A., rec- 
tor; Rev R Coleman, Curate. Sunday 
services 8 and 11 am, and 7 pm. Sunday 
school, 9.30 am, and 7 pm. 

St Paul's Church, cor Queen and Mon- 
treal streets — Rev Rural Dean W B 
Carey, M.A., Rector. Sunday services 
8 and 11 am and 7 pm. Sunday School 
and Bible class at 3 pm. 



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All Saint's Church, 320 Division street 
Rev Robert W Rayson, Rector. Sun- 
day services S and 11 a m and 7 pm. 
Sunday school, 3 pm. Daily celebration 
at 7.30 am; Evensong 5 pm. 

St. Luke's Church, Nelson street cor 
Princess — Rev A W Cooke, Rector, Sun- 
day services, 11 a m and 7 pm. Sunday 
school 2.30 pm. No morning' service the 
first Sunday of each month. 

Brotherhood of St Andrew. 

SI George's Chapter, No. 2— Rev G R 
Deamish, Director ; John E Twigg.secre- 
tary. Meets in their rooms, St George's 
Hall, every 2nd Thursday. 

St James', Chapter No. 40— R V Rog- 
ers, Q.C., Director ; W H Dalby, secre- 
te iv. Meets in their rooms, St James' 
Church, second and fourth Wednesday 
of each month. 

Baptist 

Baptist Church, 95 Johnston Street — 
Douglas Laing, pastor. Sunday ser- 
1 1ces, 11 a m and 7 pm. Sunday school 
2.4"> p m. Wednesday, 8 p m. 

Baptist Mission Church, Union street 

or Collingwood — C W King, Pastor. 

Services, Sunday, 11 a m and 7 pm. 

Sunday School. 3 p m. Monday evening. 

iiible Club. Thursday 8 pm. 

Congregational. 

I ii-t i '..ngregational, Wellington, cor 
Johnst m Sunday services, n a m and 
7 pm. Sunday school 2.30 p ni. Wednes- 
day, 8 pm. 

B( i bel ' !hurch, Johnston, cor i larrle 

Rev James R Black, B.A., Pastor. 

Services, Sunday. 1! I m and 7 p in 

Sunday school, 8 i> m. y p s c E, 
Monday, I p m. Wednesday, 8 pm. 



Calvary Church, Bagot street, cor 
Charles— Rev Godfrey Shore, Pastor. 
Sunday services, 11 a m and 7 pm. Sun- 
day school 3 pm. Wednesday, 8 pm. 

Methodist. 

Sydenham Street, cor Sydenham and 
William streets— Rev J E Starr,, Pas- 
tor. Sunday services, 11 a m and 7 pm. 
Sunday school 2.30 p m. Wednesday 8 
p m. E L, C E Monday 8 pm. 

Queen Street, cor Queen and Clergy- 
Rev E Ryckman, Pastor, Sunday ser- 
vices 11 a m and 7 pm. Monday, Y P S 
C E, 8 p m. Wednesday prayer meet- 
ing. 8 pm. 

Brock Street, cor Brock and Mon- 
treal streets— Rev George Edwards, 
Pastor. Sunday services 11 a m and 7 
p m. Sunday school 2.30 p m. Monday, 
Y P S C E, 8 p m. Wednesday, prayer 
meeting, 8 pm. Friday, class meeting, 
8 pm. 

Princess Street, cor Princess and Al- 
j bert streets— Rev Samuel Shibley, Pas- 
tor. Sunday services, Ham and7 pm. 
Sunday school, 2.30 p m. Y P S C E 
after Sunday evening service. Wed- 
nesday, prayer meeting, 8 p m. 

Fifth, 696 Montreal— Sunday school, 
3 p in. 

Free Methodists— Offord's Hall, Rev 
Albert Sims, Pastor. Services 2.30 p m 
Sunday. ■ 

Presbyterian. 

Chalmers, cor Bar! and Barrle streets 
—Rev Malcolm Macgilllvray, Pastor. 
Sundaj services, n a m and i p m. Bun- 
day school 8 p in. Week night ser- 
vice, Wednesday, 8 i> m. 



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Cooke's, 197 Brock— Rev Samuel 
Houston, Pastor. Sunday services, 11 
;i m and 7 p m. Sunday school, 3 pm. 
Wednesday, 8 pm. 

St Andrew's, Princess street, cor 
Clergy — Rev John Mackie, M.A., Pastor. 
Sunday services, 11 a m and 7 pm. 
Sunday school, 3 pm. Wednesday, 
7.30 p m. 

Zion, Pine street, near Division — Rev 
J D Boyd, B.A., Pastor. Sunday services 
Ham and 7 pm. Sunday school, 3 
p m. Thursday, Y P S C E, 8 p m. 

Roman Catholic. 
St Mary's Cathedral, cor of Clergy 
and Johnston streets — Hours of service: 
Mass every day at 8 a m. Sundays — 
Summer, Low Mass, 7.30 a m ; Child- 
ren's Mass, 9.15 a m ; High Mass, 11 
a m ; Vespers, 7.30 p m. Winter — Low 
Mass, 8am; Children's Mass, 9.30 a m; 
High Mass, Ham; Vespers, 7.30 p m. 
Must Rev James Vincent Cleary, Arch- 
bishop of Kingston; Very Rev Thomas 
Kelly, Vicar-General; Revs James V 
Neville, James J Collins, John P Ke- 
hoe, Rev P C O'Brien and Rev M 
Meagher. 

Catholic Apostolic, 285 Queen street. 
J W Dunlop, Pastor. Services Sunday 10 
a m and 5 pm. Monday, 5 pm. Tues- 
day, 10 a m; Wednesday, 8 pm; Thurs- 
day, 5 pm; Saturday, 5 pm. 

SALVATION ARMY. 

Provincial Headquarters. 

Major R Morris, secretary; Adj J F 

Southall assistant secretary; Captain 

Frank M Bird, cashier. S A Barracks, 

Queen cor Bagot. 



Local Corps — Adj Walter Archibald, 
officer in charge; Lieut F R BIoss, 
assistant. Services every evening at 8 
o'clock. Sundays 7 and 11 a m, and 3 
and 7.30 p m. 

Kingston Christian Endeavor Union 
Meets last Thursday in each month 
at Y M C A Hall. I). A. Shaw, Pies. ; 
R. Meek, Vice Pies. ; Miss E Godwin, 
cor sec. ; Miss B. Macdonald, Asst. 
cor sec. : Miss 11. E. Barney, rec sec. ; 
MissH. Conley, Asst rec sec. ; Miss H. 
E. Chown, treas. ; J. N. Dales, organi- 
zer ; Miss E. Wilder. Supt of junior 
work. 

Young Men's Christian Association, 
cor Barrie and Princess streets — Geo 
Mills, jr, president; Wm Gill, vice-pre- 
sident; G E Hague, treasurer; G D> 
Murray, general secretary. Meetings — 
Sunday 4.15 p m. Bible study Saturday 8 
P m. Reading room open every week 
day. Gymnasium, baths, parlor, social 
looms, lecture course, etc. 

Young Women's Christian Associa- 
tion, 213 William st. Meets 3rd Monday 
in each month at 4 p m. Mrs R J 
Chown, president; Mrs Prof Ross and 
Mrs Dr Strange, vice-presidents; Miss 
Ma char, secretary; Mrs Geo Porteous, 
assistant secretary ; Mrs J W Neal, 
treasurer. 

Humane Society, meets St. George's 
Hall— The Mayor of Kingston, honor- 
ary president; Edward J B Pense, pre- 
sident; Dean Smith, Miss Machar, Prof 
Carr-Harris, C F Smith, vice-presi- 
dents; Council— Rev J R Black, James 
McArthur, G E Hague, Dr Nicholas, 
VS, Miss Maud Betts, Miss Inkster, 
Mrs Montague Strange, Miss M Cottle, 



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Dr J Massie, VS. J C Dobbs, Mrs B W 
Folger. Mrs R S Dobbs, Prof Mc- 
Xaughton; Executive Committee — All 
office bearers, Mrs Montague Strange, 
Prof McNaughton. Miss Ma>d Betts, 
Miss M Cottle. Dr Massie. Vfe; F King, 
honorary solicitor: Miss G M Cottle, 
fcary and treasure!. 

Children's Aid Society, Shelter To 
Cnion st west (late Women's Medical 
College) — Executive Committee meets 
every second Thursday at 3 p m. Gen- 
eral committee on ine nrst Thursday 
of each month at Z p m. Prof Dyde, 
honorary president: G M Macdonnell. 
QC, honorary solicitor; Mrs R T Walk- 
em. president; Mi.- C Neal, secretary; 
Mrs M( ('ammo.-., neasurer; Rev J R 
Black. BA, executive officer. 

Ontario Lord's Day Alliance (King 
s^ton Branch) — Rev S Houston, presi- 
dent; 11 V Rogers, Q.C, LL.D., Dr W C 
Anglin and Geo Mills, vice-presidents; 
Wm Anglin treasurer; C D Chown 
secretary. 

Executive Committee — Rev J R Black. 
A Montgomery, J A Hendry, G M Ma. - 
U, QC, H A Calvin, 

KING'S DAUGHTERS. 
Charity Circli — Miss G E Strange 
leader; Mrs J Cappon. first vice-leader; 
Mrs W B Bklnner, second vice-leader; 
Lilly Norton-Taylor, secretary; 
Francis Macaulay, treasurer. 
Victoria Ciroli — Mrs Octavloi Vates, 
!<>r, seeretay ; Mrs . v 
ban, treasurer. M.-.'ts in St 
Hal] ■ \ • i y Tuesday at 10.30 n 
m. 
Whatsoever Circle— Meets every Bal 
p in. Mi is T Tracy, 29 Pern- 
pi e ld< m ; Miss Mildred I li I 
ton, 8 Sydenham i ry : Bl li 

Ad i Birch, i 16 Bagol st, treasurer. 



EDUCATIONAL. 
QUEEN'S COLLEGE AND UNIVER- 
SITY. 
Chancellor, Sanford Fleming, C E., 
C.M.G.. LL.D.; Principal and vice- 
chancellor, Very Rev George Munn 
Grant, M.A.. D.D., LL.D.; Registrar, 
Rev George Bell, B.A.. LL.D. 
Officers df Instruction. 
I.— In Theology. 
The Principal, Primarius Professor of 
Divinity; Rev J B Mowat, M.A., D.D., 
Professor of Hebrew, Chaldee and Old 
Testament Exegesis; Rev Donald Ross 
B.D., D.D., Professor of Apologetics 
and New Testament Criticism. 
II.— In Arts. 

Rev .1 B Mowat, M. A.. I). 1).. Pro- 
fessor of Hebrew; Nathan F Dupuis, 
.M. A.. F. B. s.. hdin. Professor of 
Mathematics; Rev Geo D Ferguson, 
I!. A.. Professor of History: John 

Watson, M. A., L.L.D., Professor of 

Moral Philosophy; D H Marshall, M.A>, 

F.R.S.E., Professor of Physics; 
James Cappon, M.A., Professor 
of English Language and Litera- 
ture ;Jno Macgllllvray, Ph.D., Leipsic, 
Professor ot Modern Languages; S \V 
Dyde, M.A., D. Sc, Professor of Men- 
tal Philosophy; Rev John Macnaughton, 
M A., Professor of Greek, Rev Jas 
Fowler, M.A., F.R.S.C, "The John 
Roberts Allan" Professor of Botany: 
Adam Shortt, M.A., Professor of Poli- 
tical Science; A P Knight, M.A., M.D., 
"The John Roberts" Professor of Ani- 
mal Biology and Physiology; Rev Alex 
B Nicholson, B.A., Assistant ProfeSSOT 

Latin and Greek, and Lecturer on 
Comparative Philology and Sanscrit; 
1' M. ■t/.h-r. Ph.D., "William 
Nlckle," Tutor In Mathematics; .lames 
w Mcintosh, m A T V Dawes, Tutor 
In Moden 



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III. — In Practical Science. 
Nathan F Dupuis, M.A., F.B.S., F.R. 
S.C., Professor of Mathematics, Lec- 
turer on Mechanism, and Dean of 
the Faculty ; D H Marshall, M 
A., F.R.S.E., Professor of Physics; 
Rev Jas Fowler, M.A., F.R.S.C, Pro- 
fessor of Botany; A P Knight, M.A., 
M.D., Professor of Animal Biologv and 
Physiology; R Carr Harris, C.E., Pro- 
t ssor of Civil Engineering; John 
Campbell, Lecturer in Electrical En- 
gineering; G F Metzler, Ph.D., Assis- 
tant in Mathematics ; TV Baker, 
A.M., Demonstrator in Experi- 
mental Physics on "The Robert Wad- 
dell Foundation"; J Campbell, Instruc- 
tor in the Practice of Electrical Engin- 
eering; Arthur Ellis, Architect, Lectur- 
er on the Principles of Architecture; S 
Birch, Lecturer on the Principles and 
Practice of Heating, Sanitary Plumbing 
and Ventilation; T W Nash, P.L.S., 
Lecturer on the Principles and Practice 
cf Plane Surveying. 

In Medicine. 

Fife Fowler. M.D., L.R.C.S., Edin., 
Professor of the Principles and Practice 
of Medicine, Dean of the Faculty; Isaac 
Wood, M.A., M.D., Assistant; John 
Herald, M.A., M.D., Secretary of the 
Faculty, Professor of Clinical Medi- 
cine and Dermatology; .1 \V Campbell, 
B.A., M.D. Professor of Medica, 
Medica, Therapeutics and Pharmacy. 

Surgery— Hon. Michael Sullivan, M 
D , Professor of the Principles and 
Practice of Surgery; W G Anglin, M.D., 
Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Obstetrics and Gynaecology — R W 
Garrett, M.A., M.D., Professor. 

Medical Jurisprudence— W G Anglin, ' 
M.D., M.R.C.S., Eng., Professor. 

Sanitary Science— W T Connell. M. 
D.. M.R.C.S., Eng., L.R.C.P., Lon, Pro- 
fessor. 



Anatomy— Edward Ryan, B.A., M. 
D., Professor of Systematic Anatomy; 
D E Mundell, B.A., M.D., Professor of 
Surgical Anatomy; D V Sullivan, M. 
D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

Pathology and Bacteriology— W T 
Ccnnell, M.D., M.R.C.S., Eng., L.R. 
C.P., Lon., Professor. 

Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat and 
Nose— J C Connell, M.A., M.D., Pro- 
fessor. 

Mental Disease— C K Clark, M.D., 
Medical Superintendent Asylum for In- 
sane. 

Biology, Physiology and Histology- 
James Fowler, M.A., F.R.C.S., Profes- 
sor of Botany and Vegetable Histology. 
A P Knight, M.A., M.D., Professor of 
Animal Biology, Physiology and Histo- 
logy; D Cunningham, B.A., M.D., Fel- 
low in Physiology. 

Chemistry and Applied Chemistry— W 
L Goodwin, B.Sc, Edin., Professor. 
V. — In Law. 
John Maule Machar, M.A., Lecturer 
in Roman Law; Byron M Britton, M.A., 
Q.C., Lecturer on Criminal Law; R. 
Vashion Rogers, B.A., Lecturer o; 
Common Law; G M Macdonnell, B.A., 
Q.C., Lecturer on the Law of Real Pro- 
perty; R T Walkem, LL.D., Q.C., Lec- 
turer on Equity; John Mclntyre, M.A., 
Q.C., Lecturer on Medical Jurisprud- 
ence. 

OTHER OFFICERS. 
Registrar of University Council— J C 
Connell, M.A., M.D. 

Observatory Board— The Principal, 
Professor Dupuis, M Flanagan Esq. 

Director of Observatory — Professor of 
Astronomy. 

Curators of the Library— Professors 
Ross, Macnaughton and Knight. 
Librarian — Professor Shortt. 
Curator of Museum— Professor of Bot- 
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Examiner for Matriculation in Medi- 
cine—Arthur E Ross, B.A. 

Examiners in Gaelic— Professors Mac- 
gillivray and Macnaughton, and Rev 
M. Macgillivray, M.A. 

QUEENS COLLEGE. 
SOCIETIES AND COMMITTEES. 

ALMA MATER SOCIETY. 

Alex McLaren, M.D., Lancester, Hon 
President; James M Farrell, B.A., 
President; A W Playfair, M.A., 1st 
Vice-President; P G Bannister, 2nd 
Vice-President; A J Meiklejohn, Secre- 
tary; J F Millar, Asst Secretary; W C 
Dowsley, Treasurer; R Hunter, B.A., 
Critic. 

Committee— A E Ilett, B.A., T C Ike- 
hara, B.A., D L Gordon, D H Laird. 

Y. M. C. A. 

James Wallace, President; D L Gor- 
don, Vice-President; A O Patterson, 
Rec Sec; G A Edmison, Cer Sec; J D 
Byrnes, Treas. ; J F Millar, Libarian. 

Y. W. C. A. 
Miss J Cameron, President; Miss E 
Henstridge, Vice-President; Miss E 
Mudif, Rec Sec; Miss G Cryan, Cor 
Sec; .Miss E M<-[,ennan, Treasurer; 
Miss X Macdonald and Miss M Mfller, 
Curators. 

.M1SSH ..VARY ASSOCIATION. 

i> McG Gandler, B.A., President; M 

II Wilson, m.a . \ lent; J S 

Wats. m. B.A., Treasurer; .1 H Turn- 
bull, ma. Rec Sec; \ .i MaoNeill, Cor 

i: .) M' rir i ii .n. Librarian, 

Home Missionary Comxnltl 

I I . mity W II Cram. 1 1 A Robert 

Young, Ait,, \v a a lezandi i . 1 1 l. 
' lordon. 



Foreign Mission Committee. 

Alumni— Rev John Hay, B.D., Rev J 
J Wright, B.A., Rev A K McLennan, 
B.D., Rev James G Potter, B.A., Rev 
James Binnie, M.A. 

Students— J H Turnbull, M.A., Rob- 
ert Burton, Thurlow Fraser, Alex 
Nugent, T R Wilson. 

JOURNAL STAFF. 
James S Shortt, B.A., Editor-in- 
Chief; Hugh W Bryan, M.A., Managing 
Editor; Robert Burton, Editor for 
Aits; Edw C Watson, M.A., Editor for 
Medicine; Reginald W Brock. M.A., 
Editor for Science; Miss E Henstridge, 
Editor for the Ladies; John M Scott, 
Business Manager; Wm R Tandy, As- 
sistant Business Manager. 

READING ROOM. 
S Shortt, B.A., in charge of Reading 
Room and Post Office. 

LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC SO- 
CIETY. 
James C Brown, M.A., Hon Presi- 
dent; James W Mcintosh. M.A., Presi- 
dent; T S Scott, B.A.. 1st Vice-Presi- 
dent; W Moffatt. M.A.. ^nd Vice-Presi- 
dent; W H Cram, B.A., Secretary; R 
Burton, Critic. 

CLASSICAL AND PHILOLOGICAL 
SOCIETY. 

H C Win.1.1, M.A., President; C D 
Campbell, B.A., Vice-President; James 
Wallace, Secretary. 

Committee— J B MoDougall . l K ;• 
R Neville. 

QLiBE ci.li: 

Prof s w Dyde, Hon President; J C 

Brown, m.a.. President; a Meiklejohn, 

i--t Vice-President; P G Bannister, 

2nd Vice-President; H Carmichael, 

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Committee— W B Scotl (Medical), C 
\Y Walker (Arts), D W Best (Div.). 

BANJO CLUB. 
Rev J J Wright, B.A., Hon President; 
J C Brown. M.A., President; W G 
Tyner, Leader; W B Munro, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer. 

ARTS SOCIETY. 

R W Anglin, President; J M Scott, 
Secretary; A R B Williamson, Audi- 
tor; J Munro, Treasurer. 

Committee — J E Brown, R W Geddes, 
P E Graham, W McLaren, T McDon- 
ald. 

LEVANA SOCIETY. 

E. Henstridge, Pres. ; F. Stewart, 
Vice-Pres. ; J. Kennedy, Set-. ; Al- 
Boyd, Treas. : H. H. Dupuis, Poetess; 
A Chown; Critic ; A Gordon, Prophet- 

ATHLETIC COMMITTEE. 

J Johnston, W J Bain, R Hunter, 
B.A., T McDonald, J W Merrill, A E 
llnss. B.A., E C Watson, M.A., J 
Harty. 

A B Ford, M.A., Secretary-Treasurer. 
HOCKEY CLUB. 

Professor Cappon, honorary presi- 
dent; A B Cunningham, B.A., presi- 
dent; D R McLennan, vice-president: 
Guy Curtis, captain; C B Fox, secretary- 
treasurer. Committee — M B Dean, T J 
Rigney, W D Lyle. 

RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB. 

W F Nickle, B.A., Hon President; 
W C Baker, M.A., Hon Vice-Presi- 
dent; J Johnston, President; T S Scott. 
B.A., Vice-President; Guy Curtis, 
Captain; James Parker, Secretary- 



Treasurer; 
Surgeon. 

SCHOOL 



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OF MINING AND AGRI- 
CULTURE. 
Visitor 
His Honor George A Kirkpatrick, D. 
C.L., LL.D., etc., Lieutenant-Governor 
of Ontario. 

Board of Governors. 

E J B Pense, Esq; John McKelvey, 
Ssq; E W Rathbun, Esq; James Swift, 
Esq; G M Macdonnell, Esq, B.A., Q.C.; 
Hon Wm Harty, M.PP. ; James S Hay- 
don, Esq; R Crawford, Esq; George Y 
Chown, Esq; W Bruce Carruthers, 
Esq; B M Britton, Esq, Q.C.; W F 
Nickle, B.A. 

C Livingston, Esq and Joseph B 
Walkem, Esq, appointed by the City 
Council. 

The Warden of the County of Fron- 
tenac. 

E J B Pense, Esq, Chairman; John 
McKelvey, Esq, Vice-Chairman; Geo Y 
Chown, B.A., Treasurer; A P Knight, 
M.A., M.D., Secretary. 

Advisory Committee. 
The President of the Eastern On- 
tario Dairymen's Association; Col 
Drury; J Carson, Esq; J L Haycock, 
M.PP.; W B Dalton; D M Macpherson. 

FACULTY. 
Wm L Goodwin, B Sc. (Lond), D.Sc. 
(Edin), F.R.S.C, Director and Professor 
of Chemistry ; Wm Nicol, M.A., Profes- 
sor of Mineralogy, Metallurgy and As- 
saying ; Willet G Miller, B.A., Lecturer 
on Geology and Petrography; Wm 
Hamilton Merritt, M.E., F.G.S., Asso- 



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ciate Royal School of Mines, England, 
Lecturer on Mining Engineering, The 
Economic Geology of Ontario and the 
Discovery and Winning of Minerals; R 
Carr Harris, C.E.. Professor of En- 
gineering ; William Mason, Lecturer on 
Freehand. Mechanical and Office Draw- 
ing. Topography and Surveying ; X F 
Dupuls, M.A.. F.R.S.C. Lecturer on 
Mechanism; Joseph Bawden, Barrister- 
at-Law, Lecturer on the Law of 
Mines, Dr Isaac Wood, M.A.; R W 
Brock. M.A.. F J Pope. M.A.. Labor- 
atory Demonstrators; Wm Mason, 
Bursar: Alfred Dean, Janitor. 

KINGSTON' VETERINARY COL- 
LEGE. 
(Cor Clergy and Earl streets.) 
us 13th October, 1S96; closes 
March 21st 1897. 

Staff of Instructors. 
George W Bell. V.S.. D.V.D.S., Pro- 
sor of Diseases of the Domestic 
Animals and Superintendent of In- 
firmary: W Xichol. V.S.. Professor of 
\ >rinary Anatomy; W J Morgan, 
V B Professor of Practical Anatomy; 
John A Bell, V.S., Government Veter- 
inary Inspector, Watertown, N.Y., 
Lecturer on Contagious Diseases of 
Cattle, Sheep and Swine. 

Umversil y s t aff. 

tve Instruction from the 

following 's in Queen's Oni- 

ilty in the subjects named: Wm L 

'. In, B Be I I. "Md. im . D.Sc. (Edln), 

i' R Si '.. Pi ofessor of Chemlstrj 

s< hool of Mining and Agriculture; John 

1 1 i ild, M.A., Ml'. !'• ifessor of Ma- 

and Therapeutics; a P 

Knight, M \. m i »., Professor of Anl- 

R T i im 11, m i > „ P i; 

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COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE. 
Established 1792. 

Trustees — John Mclntyre, Q.C., chair- 
man; E J B Pense, Dr John Herald, 
Joseph Swift, John McKay, Dr D 
Phalen, Prof S W Dyde, G Y Chown, 
J S R McCann, secretary-treasurer. 

Teaching Staff— Principal and Science 
Master. W S Ellis, B.A. ; Classical 
Master, E O Sliter, B.A.: Mathemati- 
cal Master, G V Maclean, B.A.; Modern 
Language Master, J X Dales, M.A.; 
English Master, T G Marquis, M.A.; 
Assistant Modern Languages, Miss L 
L Jones, B.A.; Assistant Classical 
Master, F H Lingwcod, B.A. ; Assis- 
tant English Master, Miss Verva Mac- 
donald. B.A.; Assistant Science Mas- 
ter, T H Furlong; Commercial Master, 
W H Fletcher. 



KINGSTON BUSINESS COLLEGE. 
Oddfellows" Block. 
.! I ! McKay, Manager. 
Teaching Staff — Alex Blanchard, 
-Miss Helen Macarow. 

KINGSTON CONSERVATORY OF 
Ml 'SIC. 
Oscar F Telgmann, Musical Director; 
Mrs <> F Telgmann, B.E., Principal of 
Elocution, l'.'.s Princess. 

KINGSTON LADIES' COLLEGE AND 
CONSERVATORY OF MTSIC. 
Emily st 
Mrs Marj Cornwall, M.A., Principal. 
Mathematics A. M. Robertson .MA. 
classics -The Principal. 
Modem Languages The Principal 
and A. M. Robert <>:i M \ 
lish— The Principal. 
Physical and Natural s.-i,.ne< — The 
Principal, 

History and Geography— The Princi- 
pal. 
Musical Department - Arthur B 



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Fisher, Mua Bac, and Mrs Cochrane. 
Elocution — The Principal. 
English and Preparatory Department 
— Miss Minnie Murray. M.A. 

Art Department — Miss F Macaulay. 
Dtill and Calisthenics— Sergt-Major 

^ans. 
I 'eportment and Physical Culture— 
The Principal. 

WENT OF THE CONGREGATION 

DE NOTRE DAME. 
Cor Bagot and Johnston streets. 
ter St Mary Jane, Mother Superior. 

ST VINCENT ACADEMY. 
Cor Johnston and Bagot. 
Conducted by the Sisters of the Con- 
gregation de Notre Dame. 

KINGSTON SCHOOL OF ART. 
Cor Princess and Montreal. 
R T Walkem, Q.C.. President ; Miss 
Gildersleeve, First A'ice-President ; R 
V Rogers, Q.C. Second Vice-President; 
R S Dobbs, Secretary; G E Hague, 
Treasurer; Charles E Wrenshall, Princi- 
pal; the Misses Wrenshall, Assistants. 

KINGSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 
R J MeDowall, President; H Croth- 
ers. Treasurer; T G Marquis, Secretary. 
Board of Management, the above of- 
ficers and Rev W B Carey. J Fortes- 
cue. J F McDermott, Neil McNeill, Dr 
Neilson. J D Petrie. W Power, James 
Redden. 

Trustees-E Chown, John McKay, 
Neil McNeill. 

Auditors— James McArthur and J M 
Machar. 

Librarian— Miss Olive Spriggs. 

FRONTENAC LAW ASSOCIATION. 

President, B M Britton. Q.C; Sec- 

v-Treasurer. Wm Mundell, B.A.; 

Trustees— R T Walkem. Q.C: E H 

Smythe, Q.C: John Mclntyre. Q.C; 



Library Committee — President and Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, ex-officio, John Mc- 
lntyre, Q.C; R V Rogers, Q.C." J M 
Machar, Q.C; J M Farrell, C R Web- 
ster; Library — Court House. 

KINGSTON HISTORIC SOCIETY. 
Meets in St George"s Hall, 1st Tues- 
day in eaoh month from October to 
May, inclusive. Surgeon-Major J L H 
Neilson, President; Rev Samuel Hous- 
ton, 1st Vice-President; R T Walkem, 
Q.C, 2nd Vice-President; A Shaw, 
Secretary-Treasurer, J Fortescue, As- 
sistant Secretary; Prof Adam Shortt, 
Corresponding Secretary. 

committee — ihe officers or the society, 

ex-officio, Very Rev Dean Smith, Prof G 

D Ferguson, Prof Adam Shortt. R V 

Rogers, Q.C; Very Rev Vicar-General 

Thomas Kelly. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Trustees— Robert Meek, Chairman; 

E Bennett, A F Chown, G Y Chown, 

Thomas Donnelly, Jos G Elliott, Dr 

S H Fee, James Galloway, jr, Wm 

Kelly, Thomas Lambert, George Sears, 

Joseph Wilson, T C Wilson, Alex. 

Horn; Secretary Treasurer, John 

Macdonald. 

Inspector,— W G Kidd. . 
Cataraqui— Rideau street, between 
Ordnance and Bay— Staff— Miss Annie 
Davidson, Principal; Miss Annie Boyd, 
Miss J I English, Miss Margaret Vol- 
ume, Miss Grace O'Shea, Miss Elizabeth 
Hoppins, Miss Mary Cunningham. 

Central, s s Sydenham, near Queen. 
Staff— ,R K Row, Principal; Miss F A 
Asselstine, Miss Florence Hentig, Miss 
Frances Barry, Miss Isabella H Rog- 
ers, Miss Emma Wilder, Miss N Vol- 
ume. Miss Geore-ina Hilton, Miss Hat- 
tie Conley, Miss Ethel Jones, Miss N 
D Cameron. 

Frontenac, Montreal street, opposite 
Rideau. Staff— Miss Celia Beaton, Prin- 
cipal ; Miss Lally Allen. 



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Louise, corner Johnston and Division 
streets. Staff— Miss Hattie L Chown, 
Principal; Miss Mattie Crawford, Miss 
Lulu Bajus, Miss Lizzie Barry, Miss 
Eva Walker, Miss Edith English. 

Queen Street, 319 Queen. Staff— Wm 
II Godwin, Principal ; Miss May Mur- 
ray. Miss Emily N Godwin. Miss Maud 
Allen, Miss Sarah E Allen, Miss Sarah 
Gardiner. 

Victoria, Union w„ cor Alfred. Staff 
— J G Ettinger, Principal ; Miss Etta 
Smith, Miss Lottie Lovick, Miss Lillian 
Hodges, Miss I G Bureau, Miss H 
Barney. Miss L Connor. Miss Hatti- 
Conley. 

Wellington Street, 47-55 Wellington 
street. Staff — Miss Minnie Davis. Prin- 
cipal; Miss Jessie Herald, Miss Rosa 
Marsh, Miss Laura McLeod. 

Williamsville, cor Princess and Nel- 
son streets. Staff — Miss Sarah Gill, 
Principal; Miss Elizabeth Murray, Miss 
M Kelley. 

Miss Jennie C Shaw, Public School 
Drawing Specialist . 

A Frank Newlands, Public S 
Writing Specialist. 

SEPARATE SCHOOLS. 

Trustees— Very Rev T Kelly. Chair- 
man; J J Behan, Secretary; Dr Ryan 
and T J Leahy, Joint Treasurers; E 
McFaddi i ragh, .1 Norris, E 

Cockrane, w Duffy, PJ Howland, w .1 
McNeill, Daniel Staley, A Hani 
Egan. 

si John's, John 81 Staff: Miss Annie 
rty, Miss Phoebe Branigan, B 
st Andrew and Sister SI Helen. 

si Mary'i cor Cl< rgy and Brock Sts— 
SI ill l\ I ). I [enderaon, Principa'. 
Frank O'Reilly, Miss Elizabeth O'] 

M 1 1 v Alexander. Mary, 

re and Mel tonald. 
st Patrick's, >w.> Montreal SI 
Mary Cunningham, teacher. 



MILITARY. 
District No 3. Headquarters, King- 
ston. 

Staff— Lieut-Col W H Cotton, Deputy 
Ad jut-General; Capt Frank Strange, 
Paymaster and Superintendent of 
Stores. 

"A" Battery Royal Canadian Artil- 
lery. Tete Du Pont Barracks — Com- 
mandant Major C W Drury, Capt, Capt 
JAG Hudon; Adjt, Capt, G H Ogilvie; 
Lieutenants, H E Burstall, Wm E 
Cooke; Surgeon-Major, J L H Neil- 
son, M.D. ; Veterinary Surgeon, James 
Massie. 

Royal Military College of Canada — 
Commandant, Maj-Gen D R Cameron, 
C.M.G.; Staff-Adjutant, Lt-Col S C 
McGill; Professor of Military History, 
Surveying, Military Topography, Re- 
connaissance, Strategy and Tactics, 
Capt A H Lee, R.A.; Professor of Ma- 
thematics, Mechanics and Mathemati- 
cal Astronomy.Iva E Martin, B. A. ; Pro- 
fessor of Fortification, Military Engin- 
eering, Geometrical Drawing and De- 
scriptive Geometry, Capt P G Twining; 
Professor of Artillery, Administration 
and Law, Capt C E English; Assistant 
Instructor in Fortification, Military En- 
ding, Geometrical Drawing and 
Descriptive Geometry, Lt \V I! Leslie; 
tant instructor in Mathematics. 
\ < ; i ; Wurtele ; Assistant In- 
structor i n Surveying, Military Topo- 
dy, Physics and Chemistry, Capt J 
Assistant Instructor in 
Mathematics, Lieut J Alex Moran, R.A.; 
sor of English, R< v C L Worrell 
m.a.; Professor of Freehand i>ra 

i ■ tinting, Forsharw Day, R.C.A.; 

BSOr Of I'Veliell. A 1> Duval. M. I '. ; 

Professor of civil Engineering and 
Architecture, R Carr Harris, C.E 

i ■ > !hemistry and Geo- 

John Waddell, B.A., Pn.D., I 



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Medical Officer, Surgeon-Major J L II 
N.ilson. M.D.; Paymaster, Hon'y Capt 
Frank Strange. 

Fourth Regiment of Hussars. 

Headquarters, Kingston. 

John Duff, Lieut-Col; Lieut Alfred 
Blnnlngton, Adjt; H R Duff, Surgeon; 
M W Strange, Paymaster; Thomas 
Todd, Quartermaster. 

"A" Troop (Kingston) — 'Major, A 
Knight; 1st Lieut., George Purcell; 2nd 
Lieut., J F Letherland. 

"B" Troop (Napanee) — Capt, Thomas 
Clyde, Wilton, Ont; 1st Lieut ; 

2nd Lieut, E S Sears, Kingston. 

"C" Troop (Kingston — Major, W B 
Burnett, Havelock, Ont; 1st Lieut, G 
B Horning, Elginburg, Ont; 2nd Lieut, 
R M Van Luven, Kingston. 

"D" Troop (Prescott)— Major, Raney, 
Prescott; 1st Lieut, Holmes, Prescott; 
2nd Lieut, Coates, Prescott. 

Kingston Field Battery. 
W M Drennan, Major Commanding; 
J M Caines, Capt; M P Cotton, 1st 
Lieut; W D Hart, 2nd Lieut; David 
Cunningham, Surgeon; W J Morgan, 
Veterniary Surgeon. 

14th P. W. O. Rifles. 
H R Smith, Lieut-Col; L W Shannon, 
J S Skinner, Majors; Major J Gallo- 
way, jr, Adjt; Capt W J B White, 
Quartermaster; Capt A J Sinclair, Pay- 
master; Dr R W Garrett, Surgeon; W 
Hora, D R Dupuis, R E Kent, George 
A Walkem, Captains; F L Cartwright, 
C M Strange, 1st Lieuts; W B Skinner, 
W H Macnee, EOS Strange, R D 
Sutherland, A B Cunningham, J M 
Richmond, 2nd Lieuts. 



SOCIETIES. 

A.O.U.W. 
Limestone Lodge, No. 91 — Meets 2nd 
and 4th Thursdays in each month in 
Odd Fellows Hall, cor Sydenham and 
Princess streets. D Nisbet, M.W.; J E 
Hopkirk, P.W.W.; A C McMahon, Fore- 
man; R W Allen, Overseer; D Couper, 
Financier; W H Godwin, Recorder; 
Jas Massie, Receiver; J M Winton, 
Guide; W Crawford, IW; R Greer OW. 

Kingston Lodge, No. 357— Meets 2nd 
and 4th Mondays in each month, cor 
Montreal and Princess streets. Tho? 
Smeaton, P.M.W.; John Schroder, M. 
W.;CT Dickson, Foreman; John Guild, 
Overseer; F G Dunlop, Financier; J E 
Twigg, Recorder; Wm Dunlop, Receiv- 
er; James Davis, jr, Guide; W D 
Graves, I. Watchman; James Wooton, 
O. Watchman. 

Canadian Order Chosen Friends. 
No 20 meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in 
Chosen Friends Hall, cor Montreal and 
Princess streets. C E Linton, P.C.; 
C L Bass, CO.; D J Garbutt, V.C.; 
W P Bell, Recorder; T C Wilson, 
Treasurer; A Bryant, Prelate; C D 
Hermiston, Marshall; Mrs Townsend, 
Warden; J H Bell, M.D., Physician. 

No 121 meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays 
in Odd Fellows Hall. T A Wright, P.C.; 
C J Clark, C.C. ; Jas McMaster, V.C.; 
H Sharpe, Recorder; Ernest Roberts, 
Assistant Recorder; Jas Anderson, 
Treasurer. 

No 217 meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays in 
Chosen Friends Hall, cor Montreal and 
Princess streets. C N Greaza, P.C.; 
James Daly, C.C; John Harrigan, V. 



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C.C.; Thomas Ronan. Recorder; Win 
Delaney. Warden; N Parent, Treasurer; 
Miss Horan, Prelate. 

Canadian Order Foresters. 

Court Stanley, No 199— Meets 2nd and 
4th Tuesday in each month in Odd Fel- 
lows Hall, cor Princess and Sydenham 
streets. A E Smythe. C.R.; Thomas 
Atkinson. V.C.R.; Thomas Healey, R. 
S.; H M Hawley. F.S.: John Tweddell, 
Treasurer. 

Court Macdonald. No 411— Meets 2nd 
and 4th Thursdays in each month in 
Odd Fellows Hall, cor Sydenham and 
Princess streets. Charles T Dickson. 
C.R.; J C Bennett, V.C.R.; C A Thomp- 
son, R.S.; W F Webster, F.S.; G H 
Leggett, Treasurer. 

Independent Order Foresters. 
Court Frontenac, No 59— Meets 1st 
and 3rd Thursdays in each month. 
Hall. Princess, cor Montreal. W H 
Godwin, C.R.: Geo Zeigler, V.C.R.; J 
S R McCann, R.S.; S Lowe, F.S.; T W 
J,ambert, Treasurer. 

ler of Canadian Home Circles. 
Kingston Circle, No. 105— Meets Lsl 
and 3rd Tuesdays in each month, in Odd 
Fellows Hall, cor Princess and Syden- 
ham streets. Thos H Healey, Leader 
Geo W H Comer, Secretary; W II God 
win. Financial Secretary. 

Roy;ii Arcanum. 
st Lawrence Council. No 906— Meets 
2nd an<i ith Fridays In Cataraqul, 
• >.i.i Fellow's Sail, i: 3 Mel »owall, Re- 
John F M.iii in, Vict- Kcgriit; W 
K Routley, Orator; R D Anglin, Secre- 
tary; Q s Fenwlok, Treasurer; Win 
I tunlop, Collector; R .1 Reid, Chaplain; 
.1 i: Hinds, < Iuld< ; John Lemmon, 
Warden, T x I ntry . Tru 

— Wtn Bklnner, m s Sutherland, A 
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Royal Templars of Temperance. 

Kingston Council, No 478.— Meets 
every Thursday in hall over Public 
Library. W H Fletcher, P.S.C. ; John 
A Gardiner. S.C.: Miss A Pugh, V.C.; 
Miss L Phillips. Chaplain; Fred Kil- 
patrick. Rec-Sec; Hy Ovens, F.C. Se- 
lect Degree meets every 2nd Thursday. 
Visiting members always welcome. 
Sons of Temperance. 

St Lawrence, No 2 — Meets every Mon- 
day in their hall, corner Montreal and 
Princess streets. Wm Cullen, W.P.; 
Miss Jennie Glasgow, W.A.: R Lumb, 
Fin-Sec; Edwin Chown, Treasurer; 
.Miss Mary Kidd, Rec-Sec. 

Select Knights. 

Kingston Legion Select Knights — 
Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in Odd 
lows' Hall, corner Sydenham and Prin- 
cess streets. W H Godwin. Comman- 
der; Charles Meek, Recorder; E C Mit- 
chell, Treasurer; T D Minnes, Col- 
Knights of the Maccabees. 

Frontenac Tent — Meets first and 
"tul Tuesday of each month in Odd 
Fellows Hall, cor Princess and Syden- 
ham streets. W A Gunn, Past Comp. : 
.1 Morgan Shaw, Comp.; J J Graham, 
Lieut.; Rev Geo R Beamish. Chaplain; 
John Hindi. Sergt.; C F Carnovsky, 
Record Keeper; E H Wartman, Master 
Of Aims; T F Fenwick, Physician. 

Masonic, 

The Knights Templars Masonry. 

M u ^ ii de Payens Premier Pn 
tory, No I Meets In Masonic I 
Wellington street Beoond Monday In 
January, April, July. Ostober and De- 
cember, and on the iMh of March. 
Ian Ft John Hewton, Pres Preceptor; 
R ED Fr F Rowland, Registrar, R !■: Vv 
Allan McLean, Treasurer, 



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Capitular Masonry. 

Ancient Frontenac and Cataraqui 
Chapter No. I -Meets third Wednesday 
in each month In Masonic Hall, Wel- 
lington street. Ex Comp Wm 
Thompson, P Z; Ex Comp W .1 
Renton, /..; Ex Comp J S Skinner, 11: 
Ex Comp W T Minnes, J.; Comp Jos 
Porteseue. Si ribe E.; Comp \V H Mac- 
nee, Scribe N.; E Ball, Janitor. 

Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite 

Rose of Sharon Sovereign Chapter of 
Rose Croix de H R D M— Meets first 
"Wednesday in each month at 81 Brock 
st. Sov P John Hewton, 18 degrees, 
M.W.S. ; Sov P Jas Adams, 18 degrees, 
P.; Sov P Hy Birtles, 18 degrees, 1st 
Gen.; Ill Bio Forshaw Day, 32 de- 
grees, 2nd Gen.; Sov P C W Wright, 
18 degrees, Raph.; Sov P Fred Welch, 
18 degrees, Go Mar.; Sov P T D Min- 
nes, 18 degrees, Reg.; Sov P S Obern- 
dorffer, 18 degrees, Treas.; Sov P F X 
Rogers, 18 degrees, G. 

Kingston Lodge of Perfection, No. 7 — 
Meets third Thursday in eacn month 
Sov P John Hewton, 18 degrees, T.P. 
G.M. ; 111 Bro Forshaw Day, 32 degrees, 
S.G.W.; Bro W Waldron, 14 degrees, 
J.G.W. ; 111 Bro Wm Waddington, 33 
degrees, Treas.; Sov P T D Minnes, 18 
degrees, Sec; 111 Bro Allan McLean, 
32 degrees, Or.; Sov P H Birtles, 18 de- 
grees, Al. ; Bro C McCormick, 14 de- 
grees, M. of C: Sov P F X Rogers, 18 
degrees, G. 

Craft Masonry. 
The Ancient St John's Lodge, No 3 
G. R. C— Meets first Thursday of each 
month. W Bro R Easton Burns, I. P. 
M.; W Bro W T Minnes, W.M.; Bro R 
D Baker, S.W.; J S Skinner, J.W.; 

V W Bro John Sutherland, Secretary ; 

V W Bro W H Macnee, Treasurer ; Bro 
Rev G R Beamish, Chaplain; J D 
Martin, Organist; E Ball Tyler. 



Cataraqui Lodge, No 92, G.R.C.— 
Meets second Wednesday in each month 
Wor Bro Wm Lowe, \v..\i.; i: \v Bro 
Robert Hendry. I.l'.M; Bro T w Gib- 
son, S.W. : Bro John Kennedy, J.W. ; 
K \V Bro Rev J Gallaher, Chaplain; 
Bro James Shannon, Treas.; R W Bro 
Robert Hendry, Secy.; E H Hall, 
Tyler. 

Minden Lodge, No. 253, G.R.C.— Meets 
first Monday in each month. W Bro 
Wm Gill, W.M.; W Bro Thos D Min- 
nes, I.P.M.; Bro W M Waldren, S.W.; 
Bro John Nicolle, J.W. ; Bro Rev M 
Magillivrary, Chaplain; V W Bro Wm 
Baillie, Treas.; V WBro C McCormick, 
Sec; Bro E Ball, Tyler. 

Oddfellows'. 

Canton Kingston No. 6, Patriarchs 
Militant— Meets 1st Thursday in each 
month in Oddfellows' Hall. W J 

Moore, Captain; T H Funnell, Lieut.; 
R Pomfret, Ensign; W J Watson, Ac- 
countant; R McDonald, Clerk. 

Kingston Encampment, No. 15— Meets 
2nd and 4th Monday of each month in 
Oddfellows' Hall. Frank Dine, C.P.; 
R McDonald, S.W.; Jos Sauve, H.P.; 
E J Adams, Sec; J E Dillon, Treas. 

Kingston Lodge, No. 59— Meets every 
Friday in Oddfellows' Hall. E J 
Adams, J.P.G.; Peter Thompson, N.G.; 
E Offord, V.G. ; R J Wilson, P.S.; F W 
Alesworth, Sec: Jas Laturney, Treas. 

Cataraqui Lodge, No. 10— Meets every 
Tuesday in Oddfellows' Hall. Jos 
Donaldson, J.P.G.; H W Nicholson, N. 
G.; John M Whinton, V.G.; R M 
Douglas, R.S; O B Bartells, P.S; W A 
Newlands, treasurer. 

Daughters of Rebekkah, Louise Lodge 
No. 10— Meets 1st and 3rd Monday of 
every month in Oddfellows' Hall, cor- 
ner Sydenham and Princess streets. 
Sister McWater. N.G.; Sister E Perry, 
V.G.; Sister Reynolds, R.S.; Sister M 
Jamieson, Treasurer. 



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Oddfellows' Relief Association of Can- 
ada. 
Oddfellows' Hall, cor Princess and 
Sydenham streets. Fife Fowler, M.D., 
President; J B Mclver, Vice-President; 
Robert Meek, Secretary; D Callaghan, 
Treasurer. 

LOYAL ORANGE ASSOCIATION 

(Hall 82 Princess street) 
No. 6 meets second Wednesday in 
each month. 

No. 291 meets second Friday in each 
month. 

No. 316 meets first Tuesday in each 
month. R H Patterson, W.'M. 

No. 325 meets first Thursday in each 
month. 

No. 352 meets first Friday in each 
month. Jas Brown, WM. 

No. r,TT meets second Monday in each 
month. Robert Go wan, W.M. 

No 1 Derry Lodge 'Prentice Boys— H 
McBratney, W.M. Meets first and third 
month. 

No. 16 Boyne Lodge True Blues— J 
an, W.M.; S J Grier, secretary. 
Meets List Monday in each month. 

Orange Young Britons, Gaskin Lodge, 
No. 261— Meets second Thursday in each 
month. 

Royal Scarlet District Chapt 
Hattan, w. in C. Meets on the l uii of 

i month. 

Royal Black Preceptory, No. 139— 
M< ets every third Thursday Win. Mc- 
Canunon, Commander. 

Edward Benett, County Blaster; \ 
EXattan, < !ounty Secretary. 



NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 
St. George's Society. 
E. J B Pense, President ; C F Smith, 
1st Vice-President; J S Skinner, 2nd 
Vice-President; Joseph Fortescue, Sec- 
retary; R H Toye, Treasurer; Rev C E 
Cartwright, Rev Dean Smith, Rev J R 
Beamish, and A W Cooke, Chaplains. 

Executive Committe — E H Smythe, 
Q.C., LL.D.; Thomas Crate, John Green, 
Sons of England 
Leicester Lodge, No. 33 — Meets second 
and fourth Monday in their hall, cor- 
ner Princess and Montreal streets. Geo 
Bonny, Past Pres. ; Chas Selby, Pres. ; 
Henry Hughes, Vice-President ; W H 
Cruise, Secretary; Arthur Savage, Trea- 
surer. 

Sons of Scotland. 
Sir William Wallace Camp, No. 13 — 
Meets first and third Monday in hall, 
cor Princess and Montreal streets. 
David Scott, Past Chief; R J MeDow- 
all, Chief; J R Massie, Recording Sec- 
retary; D M Spence, F.S.; David Gib- 
son, Treasurer. 

St. Andrew's Society. 
Q M Grant, President; James Stew- 
art and John Paul. Vice-Presidents; 
Evan McColl, Bard; Alex Horn, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer. 

CATHOLIC SOCIETIES. 
St Patrick's Society. 
Dr. E Ryan, President; \\" J O'Reilly, 
Fin. Secretary; J J Behan, Secretary - 
Treasurer; Meets every second Sunday 
in St Patrick's Hall. Wellington street. 
Confraternity of the Holy Family. 
Men's Branch meets in St. Mary's 
vestry first Sunday In each month at 4 
p.m. Women's first Friday at 7.30 p.m. 
Bt Vincent de Paul Society 
Meets every Sunday afternoon in St 
Mary's vestry at 2.80. Henry McGulre, 
President; P Daley, Secretary; Law- 
rence O'Brien, Treasurer. 



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Children of Mary. 
Meets In Convent de Notro Dame. 
Miss Maggie Brophy, President. 

Catholic Mutual Benefit Association, 
Branch No. 9. 
T J Leahy, President; E O* Brien, 
Secretary; J J Behan, Chancellor 

Young Irishmen's Catholic Benevolent 
Association. 
Branch No 843 I C B U— W J Bryson, 
President; Peter Milne, 1st Vice-Pre- 
sident: W Glancy, 2nd Vice-Presi- 
dent; W Taylor, Rec Secretary; P 
Donoghue, Fin Secretary; John Mit- 
chell, Treasurer. 

Catholic Order of Foresters. 

St Mary's Court, No. 150— Offord's 
Hall. W Duffy, C.R.; P Donoghue, 
V.C-R. ; E J Clayton, F.S. ; P Milne, 
R.C. 

Order of Hibernians. 

Division No. 1— Meets 2nd Thursday 
In each month in Hall, cor Ontario and 
Clarence streets. D Egan, President; 
James Forrest, Secretary; M Lynch, 
Treasurer; J J Behan, County Delegate. 

LABOR UNIONS. 

Canadian Association Stationery En- 
gineers, Branch No 10— Alex Donnelly, 
President; Harvey Higgins, Vice-Presi- 
dent; C Selby, Treas; John Taudvin, 
Secretary; Jos Gascoigne, Conductor; 
J L Orr, Doorkeeper Meets in Fraser 
Hall, King street, first and third Tues- 
day in each month. 

Limestone City Typographical Union, 
X,, iM4— Meets second Friday in each 
month in Y M C A Hall. George Hol- 
land, President; Wm Jackson, Vice- 
President; H McNamee, Fin-Sec and 
Treas. ; R Stevenson, Rec Sec. 

Knights of Labor 
District Assembly No. 10539— Meets 



first Friday In each month in Fraser's 
Hall, King street. A E Fields, P.M. 
W.; F G Barnet, M.W.; J I Lee, Treas.; 
G A Barnet, Rec Sec; F J Jones, Fin 
Sec. 

CLUBS. 

Fourteenth Club— President, Lt.-Col. 
Henry R Smith, Vice-President, Major 
J S Skinner; Secretary, Lieut W H 
Macnee; Treasurer, Capt A J Sinclair. 
House Committee— The Vice-Presi- 
dent, Chairman, the Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

Ordinary Members— Officers 14th 
Batt. P.W.O.R. 

Honorary Members— The Honorable 
the Minister of Militia; the General Of- 
ficer Commanding the Militia; the 
Adjutant-General; the Deputy Adju- 
tant-General of Military Disctrict No. 
3; Lieut-Colonel the Hon G A Kirk- 
patrick; Lieut-Col John Kerr, retired 
list; Lieut-Col W D Gordon, R Regt 
Can Infantry; iMajor-General D R 
Cameron, C.M.G., Commander R. M. 
College; Major C W Drury, Command- 
ant R. C. A., Kingston; Colonel M H 
Twitchell, late U. S. Army. 

Kingston Amateur Athletic Club- 
Directors— E J B Pense, C K Clarke, 
M.D.,- Dr C L Curtis, J L Whiting, 
Allan Chadwick, W Bruce Carruthers, 
J S Skinner, H W Richardson, J C 
Hardy; E J B Pense, President; C K 
Clarke, M.D., Vice-President; Allan 
Chadwick, Treasurer; J S Skinner 
Secretary. 

BICYCLE CLUBS. 
Kingston Bicycle Club— C N Greaza, 
President; Edward Lyons, Vice-Presi- 
dent; C D McFarland, Sec-Treas.; 
Frank Hoag. Captain. Meets first and 
third Tuesday of each month in Odd 
Fellows' Hall, cor Princess and Mon- 
treal streets. 



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KINGSTON HARMONY CLUB. 

John Mclntyre, Q.C., President; Capt 
P G Twinning, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Lieut A Flower Marsh. Conductor; 
Mrs C E English, Pianist; R R F 
Harvey, Organist; Louis Andrieux, 
Leader of Orchestra. Committee — 
John Mclntyre, Q.C.. J B Walkem, W 
G Craig, P G Bannister, Major Gallo- 
way. The Club consists of about one 
hundred members and meets in St An- 
drew's Hall every Monday evening at S 
o'clock during the winter season. Pub- 
lic performances are given in aid of 
charities. 

HOSPITALS, ASYLUMS AND PRI- 
SONS. 
Kingston General Hospital, cor Stuart 
and George streets. 

Go\ ernors ex-officio,the County Judge, 
the Mayor of Kingston, the Warden of 
Frontenac, the Sheriff of Frontenac; 
the eleven Life Governors, Sir R J Cart- 
wright. Hon M Sullivan, M.D., B M 
Britt Duff, Edwin Chown, W 

Nick!.', J B Carruthers, Dr O S 
Strange, E J B Pense, B W Robertson, 
C P' Gildersleeve. 

Subscription Governors — Hon G A 
Klrkpatrick, Ira a Breck, Alex Gunn, 
H A Calvin, 1'iin Giant. E H Smythe, 
Rev Malcolm Maegillivray, R T Walk- 
•m, LL.D., Rev W B Carey, Isaac Simp- 
Bon, Dr R W Garrett, Donald M Mc- 
Intyre, B.A., Rev Joi.n Macld< 
Mayor Dr h raid. 

< Mlicers— Col. John Duff, Chairman of 
the Hoard of Governors . i: n Smythe, 
Vice-Chairman. 

Attending Medical Officers— Dr D E 
Mundell, Dr \ B Oliver, Dr .1 C 
Council, Dr T M Fenwick, Dr 
i; \\ Garrett, Dr W G Anglin, 

I >i David Cunningham. Dr [saac \\ 1 

Sec-Treas, J B dark ; Medical Super- 
intendent, i >r .i.i tnes Third. 



Visiting Days — Every day except Sat- 
urday and Sunday, from 3 to 5 p.m. 

Hotel Dieu, Sydenham street cor 
Brock — Sister Hopkins, Mother Super- 
ior; Dr M Sullivan, Dr D Phelan, Dr 
E Ryan, Physicians. 

Orphanage of the Hotel Dieu — Con 
ducted by the Hospitallers of St Joseph, 
Sister Hopkins, Mother Superior. S} 
denham, between Brock and Johnston 

House of Providence — Conducted by 
the Sisters of Charity, Mother M Ei 
ward, Superior General. Montreal, be- 
tween Ordnance and Bay streets. 

Protestant Orphans' Home, Union 
street, opp Drill Shed — Directors: Mi\ 
Fraser, Mrs Britton, Miss Gildersleeve, 
Mrs Waddell, Treasurers; Mrs R V 
Rogers, Mrs Col Duff and Miss Muckle- 
.ston, Secretaries; Mrs A E Carscallen, 
Matron. 

House of Industry, 326 Montreal street 
— Georye McCullagh, Superintendent. 

Kingston Penitentiary — Jas H Met- 
Warden, Win Sullivan Deputy 
Warden; O S Strang-. M.D., Surgeon; 
R R Creighton, Accountant; Rev C E 
('a it wright, Protestant Chaplain. 
Father Neville, R.C. Chaplain; Mi 
A Fahey, Matron; Miss M Smith, 
uty Matron; Chief Keeper and Clerk 
of Industries, \V S Hughes; Wm J 
Macleod, Clerk; P O'Donnell, Store- 
keeper; Jas Weir, Steward. 

Rockwood Asylum for the I i- 
Portsmoutn (Post Office. Kingston)— C 
K Clark''. M.D., Medical Superintend- 
ent; J .M Forster, M.D., Assistant Medi- 
cal Superintendent; J Webster, M.D., 
Assistant Physician; Win Anglln, Bur- 

ear{ Allan McLean, Steward; Mrs 
Peirce, Matron. 

BANKS. 

Bank of British North America, City 
Buildings G A Robinson, Manager; 



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R R F Harvey, Teller; J D Petrle, 
Ledger Keeper; H C Walkem, Clerk; 
Reuben Stafford, Messenger. 

Bank of Montreal. King-, corner Wil- 
liam— R J B Crombie, Manager; H S Du- 
puy, Accountant; W H Norton-Taylor, 
Teller; E A Moore, Ledger Keeper; P ( 
W II Barvey, Ledger Keeper; L B M 
Drury, Discount Clerk; S L Cartwrighl 
Clerk; Philip Kilt/, Messenger. 

Merchants' Hank. Brock, cor Wel- 
lington G E Eague, Manager; George 
Parker, Accountant; G N Newcombe. 
Teller; C M Wrenshall, Discount Clerk; 
T A Dupuis, Ledger Keeper; G R Low 
and L T Welch, Clerks; Henry O'Hara. 
Messenger. 

Ontario Bank, corner of King and 
Clarence streets — A J Macdonell, Man- 
ager; H Howard, Accountant; E A Bog- 
art. Teller; F D Baylay, T J Nugent, S 
S Hamilton, Clerks; T XRogers, Mes- 
senger. 

Standard Bank— W D Hart, Man 
ager; H J Morden, Accountant; H V 
Wright, Teller; T R Fletcher, Ledger 
Keeper; J L H Bradshaw, Clerk. 

NEWSPAPERS. 
The British Whig— Daily and Weekly, 
10 King street east. E J B Pense, 
Proprietor; J G Elliott, Managing Edi- 
tor; A S Martin, City Editor; E C 
Dean, Assistant City Editor; Jonathan 
Offord, Assistant Business Manager; 
Neil McCaig and G H Leggett, Clerks. 

The Kingston News — Daily and Semi- 
Weekly, 67 Princess. Oram & Moore. 
Proprietors; T J Shanks, Editor; T C 
Carter, City Editor; W J Newman, 
Sporting Editor; Albert Shannon, Re- 
porter; James Stacey, Accountant. 



The Canadian Freeman (Weekly)— 
The leading Irish Catholic Paper of 
Canada, 128 Clarence street. P Daley, 
Proprietor and Editor. 

RAILWAYS. 

Kingston & Pembroke— Offices, On- 
tario street, opposite City Hall. C F 
Gildersleeve, President; John D Flower, 
Vice-President; T W Nash, Secretary- 
Treasurer and Chief Engineer; B W 
Folger, General Manager; F A Folger 
jr, Superintendent; Kirkpatrick & Rog- 
ers, Solicitors; F Conway, General 
Freight and Passenger Agent; William 
Erwin, Road Master; N Parent, Pay- 
master; John, Whitebread, Auditor 

Bay of Quinte Railway & Navig;> 
tion Co — R C Carter, General Manager; 
H B Sherwood, Superintendent; J F 
Chapman, Assistant General Freight 
and Passenger Agent; R J Wilson, 
Kingston Agent, Clarence, cor Ontario. 

KINGSTON BOARD OF TRADE. 

Ontario Chambers — James Redden, 
President; L B Spencer, 1st Vice- 
President; John McKelvey, 2nd Vice- 
President; Francis King, Secretary- 
Treasurer. Council — Messrs Minnes, 
George Richardson, John Hewton, 
Capt Gaskin, R J Carson, George E 
Hague, W B Dalton, W J Livingston, 
John McKay and G Y Chown. 

REFORM ASSOCIATION. 
Alex Gunn, hon President; E J B 
Pense, President; J J Behan, 1st Vice- 
President; W J Livingston, 2nd Vice- 
President; F S Rees, 3rd Vice-President; 
John Fisher, 4th Vice-President; J 
McKelvey, Treasurer; W R Dick and 
J M Farrell, Secretaries. 



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Executive Committee — Sydenham 
Ward, E T Steacy; Ontario Ward, R 
H Toye; St Lawrence Ward, Jas Gallo- 
way, jr: Cataraqui Ward. A Strachan; 
Frontenac Ward; Alex Xewlands; Ri- 
deau Ward. R F Elliott; Victoria 
Ward. J C Harvey. 

Representatives from the Young Lib- 
Daley. N E O'Connor. 

Young Men's Liberal Club— B M 
Britton, Q.C. and Hon Wm Hardy, 
1I.PP.. Honorary Presidents; W Bruce 
Carruthers, President; P Daley, 1st 
Vice-President; D A Black, 2nd Vice- 
President ; James Stewart, 3rd Vice- 
President: X E O'Connor, Rec Sec; 
C Cartwright, Cor Sec; T D Robinson, 
a Executive Committee — The of- 
ficers, Dr O W Daly, J D Thompson, 
Dr W J Morgan and J S Bernstein. 
Meets once a month in Reform Rooms, 
a Lion Block. 

FRONTENAC COUNTY LIBERAL 
CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION. 

Thos Hogan, President; C N Spooner 
Vice-President: J B Walkem. Sec-Tres; 
T< wnship Vice-Presidents : 

Garden Island— H A Calvin, M.P. 
land— S W Lavis. 

Kingston— Hugh Rankin. 

Pittsburg— Thomas Maxwell, jr. 
^mouth — R Baiden. 

St Ellington — Hugh Moroland. 

Wolfe Island- -John McReady, 

MACDONALD CLUB, 
j s skinner, President; H J Wil- 
kinson, i t Vice Presl lenl ; W B Mac- 
2nd Vice-President; \ IF Roney, 

::,,1 ' !■ hi . l'i .1 I >unlop and 

K W Sullivan. E i; C W 

Wright, Treasurer. 

Committee — Sydenhan 
Ward, l'i 1 1 • i ;i U ! Ward. .1 

Donnellj . si Lawrenoe Ward, .1 B skin- 
irequl Ward, W .i McNeil 
Ward, R r-iird; VtetoHa 



Ward. Andrew Moore; Rideau Ward, 
Wm Langdon. 

Liberal Conservative Association of 
the City of Kingston— E H Smythe, 
Q.C. Henry Cunningham. John Mcln- 
tyre, Q.C, Capt John Gaskin, G M 
Macdonnell, Q.C, Past Presidents; 
James Swift, President; George A 
Richardson, 1st Vice-President; R T 
Walkem, Q.C, 2nd Vice-President; Wm 
Dunlop, 3rd Vice-President; J Morgan 
Shaw, 4th Vice-President. Ward Chair- 
man — Sydenham Ward, Andrew Mc- 
Mahon; St Lawrence Ward, James 
Minnes; Ontario Ward, Jos F Swift; 
Victoria Ward, H W Richardson; Ri- 
deau Ward, H H Taylor ; Cataraqui 
Ward. T M Fen wick, M.D.; Frontenac 
Ward. Jno McCammon; J S Muckleston, 
Treasurer: C F Smith, Hon Sec; J P 
Oram and C R Webster, Secretaries. 
Meets in Offords Hall. 

KINGSTON SKATING RINK. 

Arch street. R T Walkem, Q.C, D. 
C.L., President; Lieut-Col W H Cot- 
ton, Vice-President; H W Richardson, 
Seecrtary; C H Hatch, Manager. Di- 
rectors p C Ireland. R E Kent, W H 
Macnee. W Lesslie, W B Dalton, Al- 
lan Chadwlck. 

PARKS. 

City Park— King, between West and 
streets. 

Frontenac Park — Ordnance street, op- 
posite Clergy. 
Lake Ontario Park, Portsmouth 

BCacdonald Park— Water front, oppo- 
site Barrie street. 

Victoria Park— Alfred and Brook 

■1] rets. 

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STAGE ROUTES. 
All stages call at Windsor Hotel, cor 
Princess and Montreal streets. 

Battersea Stage — Wm Arthur, prop. 
Leaves daily at 3 p m. Fare, 25 cents. 

NTewboro' Stage — Webb Copeland, 
prop. Loaves daily at 7 a m; arrives at 
:: p m. Fare $1. 

Inverary Stage — Jabez Stonness, prop. 
1 Brves daily at 3 p m. Fare 25 cents. 

Xapanee Stage — Henry Finkle, prop. 
T.< aves daily at 3 p m. Fare $1. 

Sydenham Stage — Wm Hobbs, prop. 
Leaves daily at 3 p m. Fare 40 cents. 

Bath Stage (two line?)— Ailsworth & 
Hub Lewis Froprietors. Leaves at 3 
p m daily in winter, and on Saturdays 
in summer. Fare 25 cants. 

Seeley's Bay Stage — Ephraim Brack- 
en, leaves daily at 3 p m, and George 
Hulbert Thursdays and Saturdays at 3 
p m. Fare 50 cents. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, HALLS, 

BLOCKS, TERRACES, ETC. 
Archbishop's Palace, 225 Johnston. 
Artillery Park, Bagot st, opp Barrack 
City Buildings, Ontario cor Brock. 
Court House, Barrie cor Union. 
Custom House, King cor Clarence 
Devonshire Terrace, Sydenham cor 
Colborne. 
Dunn Terrace, cor Bay and Bagot. 
Fair Grounds, Barrie opp Pine. 
Fort Henry, Barriefield. 
Fraser's Arcade, 344 King e. 
Frontenac Terrace, Division cor Main 



Gallinger Terrace, cor of Chatham 
and Elm streets. 

Golden Lion Block, Wellington- cor 
Clarence. 
Hales' Cottages, King w cor Centre. 
Hay Market, Place d'Armes. 
Kingston General Hospital, Stuart cor 
George. 

Kingston Penitentiary, Kink w, Ports/ 
mouth. 
Kingston Skating Rink, Arch st. 
Maple Row, Barrie, 2 n of Brock. 
Masonic Hall, Golden Lion Block 
Military College, Barriefield. 
Newman's Cottages, King w, cor Bev- 
erley. 

Odd Fellows' Block, Princess, cor Sy- 
denham. 

Ontario Chambers, cor King and Clar- 
ence 
Opera House, 218 Princess. 
Orange Hall, 82 Princess. 
Post Office, cor Clarence and Welling- 
ton. 

Railway Cottages, s s Ontario, be- 
tween Gore and Union. 

Rockwood Asylum, Lake Shore, Ports- 
mouth. 

Salvation Army Barracks, cor Queen 
and Bagot. 

Stanley Terrace, Quebec cor Cherry 
St Patricks Hall, 116 Wellington. 
Y.M.C.A. Building, Princess cor Bar- 
rie. 

Tete du Pont Barracks, Ontario 
Earrack. 

Valliere Terrace, cor King and Bar- 
rack. 
Victoria Terrace, cor Barrie and York 
Victoria Terrace, Montreal, between 
Queen and Ordnance. 
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BARKIEFIELD. 



Barriefleld. 



Adams Wm J, cutter Wo Adams 

Allen Frederick W, laborer 

Allen Wm, lime kiln 

Anderson Charles, servant R M Col- j 

lege, res Military cottages 
Anderson Wm, carpenter 
Anderson Wm jr, carpenter 
Batten George, pilot R & O Nav Co 
Batten Isabella (wid George) 
Belwa Charles, township clerk 
Birtles Sergeant-Major Henry, instruc- 
tor R M College, res College grounds 
Birtles Wm E. printer, lvs College 

grounds 
Blake Francis, laborer 
Bowman Charles, boat builder 
Bowman John, boat builder 
Brogan Staff-Sergeant Peter, hospital 

sergeant R M College 
Burns John, pensioner 
Byrnes Myles, hotel and grocer 
Butcher Joseph, laborer 
Butcher Wm M. tinisher 
Cherry John T, sailor 
Cherry Wm G, mach hand Co-operative 

Sash and Door Factory 
Clapham Wm. milk dealer 
Corkey Frederick, engineer 
Davie Wm. foreman granite quarry 

George, sailor 
Dick Jane (wid Robert) 
Dowl'T Herbert W, carpenter 
Dowler Deo, draughtsman 
1 1 . .•. ler Richard, fisherman 

llsta Capl Charles E, Prof it M Col- 
lege, res College grounds 
ECsford Henry, sailor 

ford James, machinist 

George Frederick J, deputy City regis- 
trar 

Glenn Matthew, gunner A Battery, res 
Port Henry 

Grange Margarel (wid George W). 



storeman R M 
cottages 
teacher Barrie- 



Halian Miss Rose 
j Higgins James W 
i Huggins Edward W 
College, res Military 
Hutton Miss Maud, 

field School 
Hutton Sarah (wid Wm) 
Irvine George E, broommaker W Bailey 

& Co 
Irvine Sarah (wid Wm 
Irvine Wm, laborer 
Johnston Wm, engineer R M College 

res College Grounds 
Keen George, carp R M College, res 

City 
Knapp Henry, boatbuilder James 

Knapp & Son 
Knapp Henry J (Jas Knapp & Son) 
Knapp James & Son (Henry J Knapp) 

boat builders 
Knapp Sarah A (wid James) 
Deader Arthur J, mach hand 
Leader Edward, sawyer 
Leader Miss Emma, dressmaker 
Leader George E, laborer 
Lee Capt A H, prof R M College, res 

College grounds 
LeHeup Harry, oils, bones, etc 
Leslie Lieut W B, instructor it M Col- 
lege, res College Grounds 
Listen James H. plumber, lvs Military 

cottages 
Lotto Walter, laborer 
McCormack John, butler R M College, 

res Military cottages 
McGill Lieut-Col Sydenham C 
Btaff-Adjutanl Royal Military Col- 
lege, res College l Irounds 
McGregor Charl.s, servant K M Col- 
lege, res Military cottages 
McGregor John, piano maker 
Mi LauchMn EBdward, sailor 
McLauohlln Michael, laborer 



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McNiece Janes 

Mackenzie John, asst butler R M Col- 
lege, res .Military cottages 

ECenzle Thomas, head class servant 
R .M <"■ liege, res College grounds 

Martin John 

Martin John D, organist St George's 
Cathedral 

Medley Miss Elizabeth 
Medley George, drover 
M dley James, wheelman tug Bronsov 

Medley Wm F, fisherman 

Medley Wm H, Druggisl 
Monk Archibald, laborer 

Monk Martin, milk dealer 

Monk Marion (wid Wm) 

Moran Capt Alexander, prof R M Col- 
lege, res College Grounds 

Morgans Sergt-Major John, instructcor 
R M College, res College grounds 

Muller George F, peddler 

Murray Herbert, fisherman 

Murray John, fisherman 

Murray Wm, auctioneer 

Nash James, laborer 

Nevison James, laborer 

Norman Wm, baggagemaster K & P 
Railway 

Norris Marshall, laborer 

O'Reilly Christina (wid James), l\s 
College Grounds 

Oliver Rufus, soldier 

Parsons James, gunner "A" Battery, 
res Fort Henry 

Petersen Nicholson F, carpenter 

Pittsburg House, Myles Byrnes prop 

Rickey Alexander, waggon maker 

Rickey Archibald A. boat builder 

Rickey George H laborer 

Rickey Malcolm L, boat builder A 
Rickey 

Royal Military College, Maj- 
Gen D R Cameron, C. M. G., Com- 
mandant 

Ryan John, postmaster 

Ryan John, jr, fireman 

Ryan Perry, gardener 



Ryder Edward J, gunner "A" Battery 

res < tollege grounds 
Ryder Henry A, Ivs Military cottages 
Ryder John, servant R M College, res 

Military cottages 
Salsbury Francis J, turner R Gaw & 

Co, Ivs Military cottags 
Salsbury Herbert E, carp R Gaw & Co, 

Ivs Military cottages 
Salsbury James, servant R M College, 

res Military cottages 
Saunders Henry, servant Capt Lee 
Smith Joseph, laborer 
Spooner Miss Georgina, teacher Bar- 

riefield School, Ivs City 
Stanton Nathaniel, piano maker 
Strachan Martin 
Swain Edward, foreman of military 

stores 
Swain Harry, tinsmith, Ivs Military 

Stores 
Swain Wm, piano tuner, Ivs Military 

Stores 
Tisdale John A, laborer 
Tisdale John F. foreman S Anglin & 

Co 
Tisdale La Rose (wid Alexander) 
Tisdale Louis, boat bulider 
Tisdale Mitchell laborer 
Turner Thomas, laborer 
Twining Capt P G, prof R M College, 

res College grounds 
Vaillancourt James, baker 
Vaillancourt Octave, laborer 
Watt John O, carpenter 
Williams Lawrence J, messman R M 

College, res College Building 
Williamson George, trader 
Wirtz Frederick J, trumpeter R M Col- 
lege, res Fort Frederick 
Wolfe Charles, servant R M College, 

res College Grounds 
Worrell Rev Clare L, professor R M 

College 
Young Alexander, servant R M Col- 
lege, res Military cottages 
Toung Gordon A, finisher Wormwith & 
Co, Ivs Mililtary Cottages 



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155 PRINCESS STREET. 



Family Recipes Accurately 
and Promptly Dispensed 



306 



CATAKAQUI 



Cataraqui. 



Adair Charles F, farrr er and apiarist 

Babcock Alfred, cheese maker 

F.abcock Charles, laborer 

Babcock Daniel, laborer 

Babcock Stephen, laborer 

Baker John, laborer J L Nicol 

Baker John J, gardener J L Nicol 

Berry Elizabeth W (wid Wm W) 

Berry John C, laborer 

Black Andrew, laborer 

Blair Wm J, laborer 

Brooks Capt George 

Brown Bros (George and John), pottery 

and lime kiln 
Brown George (Brown Bros) 
Brown Jemima (wid John) 
Brown John (Brown Bros) 

a Walter, laborer 
Byers Mary (wid Henry) 
Cataraqui Hotel. M Henesy prop 
Cays James, farmer 

John, farmer 
Clark James, farmer 
Clark James, jr. farmer 
Clark Thomas, daily 
Clark We si* y, dairy 
Connolly Frances D (wid Rev Daniel) 

illy Hobart E, traveller R J Mc- 

Dowall 
Connolly Norman w. stu 
Connolly Worthlngton E, stu 

Edward, market garden and 

apiarist 

Cooke Wm i :. gai 'l mer 

Crallln Wm, lab 

Davidson James H, bartender Villa 

Park Hotel 
Day Cornelia (wid Johnston) 

I 4( k Miss Sarah 

i >, iai tlonman I HR 

Iward, laborer 
Ely Ellas, laborer 



Ely Wm, laborer 

Ely Wm G, laborer 

Farney Patrick, contractor 

Fegg Albert, laborer 

Fegg Donald, brick moulder 

Fizzell John, laborer E Riley 

Fleming Alexander, section foreman 
GTR 

Flynn Albert, laborer Geo Nicol 

Forsyth Thomas A, farmer 

Gallinger Alexander, toll gate keeper, 
res City 

Gardiner Francis, farmer 

Gardiner Francis V, farmer 

Gardiner John, farmer 

Gibson Mary (wid Thomas) 

Gibson Wellington, clerk E C Mitchell 

Gordon Miss Amanda, teacher Catara- 
qui school 

Gordon James, farmer 

Gorrie Joseph, gardener 

Granger David, laborer 

Gwatkin John, laborer 

Hamilton David, farmer 

Hamilton David, jr, student 

Hamilton Rupert, student 

Harpell Alfred, laborer J L 2s 

Harvey Janus H, market garden 

Haycock Joseph L, M.PP, poultry 
breeder 

i:.n cock Loftua C, grocer 

Heatoa Miss Alii e 

: John, farmer 

Henesy John, gardener 

By Martin. prop Cataraqui Hotel 

ii.'. ..i Wm K. gardener 
1 [oopei Wm a. markel garden 
■ latherlne, talloi 
n Susan (wi<i Jetbro) 
Jackson Walter, laborer 

b Wm J. -;ai .1, n. -r 

Fvendle Wm, .ii oi i r 

!■• wm, jr. drover 



S. ROUGHTON, 

VACANCIES FOR GOOD MEN. 



District Representative of the 
Ontario Mutual Life Assurance 
Company. Office 51 Welling- 
ton street, Kingston. 



(JAKDKN ISLAND. 



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Kiser Wm, teamster 

Knight Myles, laborer 

Lancaster Bartholomew, gardener 

Lambert Mark F, farmer 

Lambert Thomas, laborer 

Leeman Charles 

Leeman Sanford, laborer TV D Martin 

Leaney Mary A (wid James) 

Lee Robert, laborer Cataraqui Ceme- 
tery 

Lewis Ewmund, laborer 

Lumsden David, lab GTR 

McGoff John, market garden 

MeBride John W, physician 

McKee James, farmer 

Mclver Miss E, dressmaker 

McKim John A, agent R J McDowall 

McKim "Wm C, organist Meth Church 

McMichael Albert, farmer 

McMichael Charles, bookkeeper 

McMichael George A, clerk 

McMichael Osmond, farmer and brick 
mnfr 

Martin Lewis, prop Villa Park Hotel 

Martin Wm D, pottery 

Nicol George, supt Cataraqui Cemetery 

Nicol Joseph L, gardener 

Nicol Mrs Mercy, general store 

Nicol Sarah (wid David) 

Northmore Edward, postmaster 

Northmore George, driver Mrs North- 
more, res John st, city 

Northmore Louisa (wid Joseph), grocer 
and baker 

Northover John, laborer 



Northover Wm, laborer 

Overpaugh Rev George G 

Pope Lindsay, labor* r 

Porter John A, milk dealer 

Purdy Charles, farmer 

Purdy Charles, jr, blacksmith 

Purdy Charles V, farmer 

Purdy David, gardener 

Purdy Erastus, gardener 

Purdy Frederick, gardener 

Purdy Harriet (wid Valentine) 

Purdy James, clerk 

Purdy John, fishery overseer 

Purdy Mary (wid David) 

Purdy Philip, market garden 

Purdy Wellington J, carpenter 

Rees Samuel, driver 

Richardson Edward, market garden 

Richaidson Wm, blacksmith 

Riley Edward, farmer and brick mnfr 

Sharpe Joseph, gardener 

Simpson Harry J A, farmer 

Simpson John, farmer, Justice of the 

Peace and clerk of the township of 

Kingston 
Smith Frederick E, barber 
Snook Martin, farmer 
Stewart Rev John H (Methodist) 
Timms "Wm, gardener 
Villa Park Hotel, Lewis Martin prop 
"Walker James G, carpenter 
Ward John F, carpenter 
Weston Thomas, foreman E Riley 
Wilson George, laborer J L Nicol 



Garden Island. 



Abrien Thomas, carpenter 
Achee Joseph, sailor 
Achee Wm, sailor 
Adsit Samuel, carpenter 
Blanchette Hyancinthe, raftsman 



Calvin Company, Tha, ( Ltd ), 

Hiram A Calvin, President; Sanford 
Calvin, Vice-President; Anthony Ma- 
lone, Secretary,; Timber Merchants, 
Forwarders, Ship Builders, Steam 
Tugs, Wrecking Plant, etc, Garden Is- 
land. City Office 28 Clarence 



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GARDEN ISLAND. 



Calvin Catherine (wid D D) 

Calvin Hiram A, President Cal- 
vin (\>. ( Ltd i, res 181 King e, City 

Calvin Sanford C, Vice-President 
Calvin Co, I Ltd I 

Compeau Felix, sailor 

Compeau Frederick, raftsman 

Compeau Joseph, raftsman 

Compeau Telesphore. raftsman 

Cushion John, teamster 

Deforges Anthony, raftsman 

Delzell James, jr, 

Dix John, sailor 

Dorey Matthew, engineer 

Ferguson John, mariner 

Ferguson Thomas, jr, clerk 

Ferguson Thomas, carpenter 

Forrest John, operator 

Garipey Frederick, raftsman 

Garrand John, carpenter 

Gerrand John, jr, carpenter 

Glenn Andrew, blacksmith 

Gordon James, engineer 

Gray Thomas, engineer 

Harper Thomas, engineer 

Harris John, machinist 

Harris Thomas, machinist 

Kennedy David, carpenter 

Kennedy James, carpenter 
John, engineer 

i ly Robert 
edy Samuel, carpenter 
Kennedy Samuel, Jr, laborer 
Kiikwood Edward, blacksmith 
Napoleon, raftsman 
bei t Alfred, sailor 
Lambert George, raftsman 
l, i Rush Anthony, saUor 
ive Da^ Id, jr, mariner 
i >a\ id. sailor 
i llor 

ter 



I.appin Thomas, carpenter 
Le Riche Charles, carpenter 
Le Riche Hugh, raftsman 
Lewers David, farmer 
Lewers Dexter 

McGarrity George, blacksmith 
McGarrity James, machinist 
McGarrity Samuel, fireman 
McMaster Andrew, teamster 
Malone Abraham H, sailor 
Malone Anthony, Postmaster 
Malone Herbert D 
Martin George, sawyer 
Martin Wm, culler 
Menard George, raftsman 
Morton George, sawyer 

Morton Wm, culler 
Mullin John, machinist 
F'Aellx Charles E, engineer 

Raymond Harold, carpenter 

Raymond Preston, carpenter 
Raymond Richard, customs officer 

Raymond Richard P, appr 

Rogey Frederick, capt barge Ceylon 

Rogey Wm, butcher 

Rouleau Nazaire, teamster 

Rushford Alfred, carpenter 

Sauve George, engineer 

Sauve Joseph, blacksmith 

Sauve Joseph, jr, tailor 

Siddell Joseph, sailor 

Simons John, engineer 

Simons John, jr, sailor 

Smith Miss Annie, teacher Garden Is- 
land School 

Sn ith Horatio N 

Smith Thomas C engineer 

Veech Robert, machinist 

Veech Stannes, caretaker nine-mile 
light hous.- 

p .1 Baptlste, raftsman 

Waits John, carpenter 

Wo "i Prank, carpenter 



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DISTRICT 
AGENT 

ONTARIJ MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 
KINGSTON, ONT. 



PORTSMOUTH. 



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Portsmouth. 



Adams Edwin J, sanitary engineer K 
P 

Adams James, chief instructor K P 

Alexander John, gardener 

Alexander Roderick, coachman Mrs M 
Betts 

Allen Miss Dora 

Allen Joseph A 

Amey George B, guard K P 

Amey Wm J, attendant Rockwood Asy- 
lum 

Anglin Wm, Bursar Rockwood Asy- 
lum, Residence 56 Earl, City 

Appleton Robert, guard K P 

Arthurs Robt, engineer Gardiner Co 

Arundell Wm, repairer 

Atkins Alexander, keeper K P 

Baiden Eli, florist and gardener 

Baiden Harry, gardener E Baiden 

Baiden Richard, gardener E Baiden 

Baker Henry S, student 

Baker John F, traveller 

Baker Wm C, teacher Queen's College 

Beaupre Alfred, sailor 

Beaupre Charles J, capt schr Neelon 

Beaupre Edward, prop Portsmouth 
Hotel 

Beaupre Edwin, clerk Portsmouth 

Hotel 
Beaupre Isaiah 
Beaupre Peter, guard K P 
Belanger Maxam, ship carpenter 
Bell Douglas C, teamster K P 
Bell Douglas C, jr 
Betts Henry A, dentist 
BETTS MARY (wid Dr Henry A), 
Buck Matthew, ship carpenter 
Burke Edw F, butcher and grocer 
Burke Henry, laborer 
Burke John P, clerk 
Burke Sarah (wid Edward) 



Burke Thomas F, butcher 
Burke Ulric E, conductor Electric Ry 
Calvert Thomas, attendant Asylum 
Cameron Alexander, contractor 
Campbell James, Grocer and Post- 

master 
Campbell James, laborer 
Campbell Patrick, laborer 
Campbell Robert, laborer 
Canadian Express Co, S Lowe agent 
Carey W, messenger Asylum 
Carr Charles H, driver Fisher Bros 
Carr W, gardener Rockwood Asylum 
Cartwright Rev C E, chaplain K P 
Clarke Charles K, MD, Medical 

Superintendent Rockwood Asylum 
Connolly Henry E, machinist 
Connolly Susannah (wid Henry) 
Convery Miss Bella L, attendant Rock- 
wood Asylum 
Convery Miss Mabel, domestic Asylum 
Convery Thomas, ship carpenter 
Convery Wm J, clerk 
Cook Rebecca (wid Andrew) 
Cooper Thomas, shoveller 
Craig Margaret (wid John) 
Craig Thomas J, capt str Passport 
Crawford Wm, dairy 
Crimmens Alphonsus, conductor K St 

Rv 
Crimmens Patrick 
Croft George, jr, Market Garden 
Croft George, jr, gardener 
Culcheth Ernest, baker 
Culcheth Mary (wid John) 
Cunningham Miss May.attendant Rock- 
wood Asylum 
Davidson John .chief attendant Rock- 
wood Asylum 
Davis James W, prin Portsmouth 
School 



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PORTSMOUTH. 



Davis Oliver E, caretaker Pidgeon Is- 
land Light House 
Day Susannah (wid Barnabas) 
Deerin Wm, laborer 
Dennison James, carpenter Rockwood 

Asylum 
Dennison Rebecca (wid John) 
Dillon Miss Margaret 
Dillon Miss Mary • 

Dobbs Rev Francis W, pastor St John's 

Church 
Donaldson James, servant Col Van 

Straubenzie 
Donaldson Miss Mary J, 2nd cook 

Asylum 
Donaldson Robert, lab K & M F Co 
Donaldson Samuel, laborer 
Donaldson Sarah J (wid Wm) 
Donaldson Wm, laborer 
Donnelly John, guard K P 
Dororder Frederick 
Dowsley Richard, guard K P 
Duncan Donald, bookkeeper 
Doyle James, butchel 
Duncan Isabella (wid George) 
Duncan Wm Iff, bookkeeper 
Elliott Thomas C, attendant Rockwood 

Asylum 
Etherington Jesse 

Evans Thomas, attendant Rockwood 
Asylum 

rt Robert 
ESwart Thomas, laborer 
Kuait Thomas, jr, laborer 
Kwart Wm, laborer 
Fahey Miss Rose A, matron K P 
Fee William 

Fisher Bros (Wm and John), brewers 
Fisher Eliza (wid Jam 

er John (Fisher Bros), res 161 Unl- 
it > ave, City 
her Win i Fisher Bi 
Fitsejerald Ann (wid Garrett) 
Fitzgerald James, laborer Fisher Bros 

•raid .lam. ■ i ■:. laborer 
I'lt/.--.. raid Patrick T, calker 
Fltzg hi. mi i >aniel 



Fit:- gibbon Henry, moulder 
Flynn John, laborer 
Fljnn Wm P. laborer 
Ford George, farmer 
Ford Wm, farmer 

Forster J M, MD, asst med supt Asy- 
lum 
Forsythe Andrew, butcher Rockwood 

Asylum 
Forsythe Andrew .shoveller 
Forsythe Elizabeth (wid Joseph) 
Forsythe Frank, shoveller 
Forsythe Joseph, plumber N McNeil 
Fowler Thomas, guard K P 
Frontenac House, James Short prop 
Fuller Frederick C, clerk City Registry 

Office 
Gallagher Miss T, supervisor Rock'. 

Asylum 
Gibson Miss Ann 
Gilmour Edward, supervisor Rockw.. 1 

Asylum 
Goodearle Miss A E, attendant Asy- 
lum 
Gould Charles S. laborer 
Gould Sidney H, curate St Johns Ch 
Graham James J, guard K P 
Graham Jethro, yardman Rathbun 
Graham Johnston, stoker Rockv 

Asylum 
Graham Richard M, bookkeeper 
Graham Thomas F, carpenter 
Giaham Wm. jr. ship carpenter 
Graham Wm H It, stoker Rock\ 

Asylum 
G N W Telegraph Co, S Lowe agent 

Daniel E 
Grass Michael H 
Green Samuel J. guard K P 
Gunn Win a. hospital overseer B P 
iiaiii.iay Isabella (wid .lames) 
1 1.. lit. lay James, works K Light, Heal 

and Power Co 
iiaipin Michael, carter 
Haiti Ick John, attendant Rock 

As> lum 
i law kins Miss Sai ah, supen Isor 1 1 
w i Arylum 



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DISTRICT AGENT, KINGSTON, 



PORTSMOUTH. 



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!1 unessy Patrick, farmer 
Hennessy Robert, motorman St Ry Co 
Hennessy Thomas B, guard K P 
Henstrldge Josephua W, teacher Ports- 

moutli School 
Hewton Miss Annie, teacher Ports- 
mouth Sch' Mil 
Hewton Herbert, si uden t 
l tewton Otto !•:. artist 
Hogan George W, laborer 
n Win. blacksmith 
Holland G 
EColland George, jr, shoveller 

LDd John, clerk Jas Campbell 
Holland Wm, guard K P 
Hornibrook Francis, guard K P 
Houghton Isaac, gardener K P 
Howard Thomas, ship carpenter 
Hughes Wm S, chief keeper and clerk 

of Industries K P 
Hurst Win, guard K P 
Jackson Miss Nellie, attendant Asy- 
lum 
Jaquith Miss Lizzie, attendant Asylum 
Johnson Edward, guard K P 
Jones Wilfred, watchman Asylum 
Kelly Susan (wid James) 
Ke.ly Thomas, village clerk 
Kennedy Ann (wid Wm), grocer 
Kennedy John, guard K P 
Kennedy Michael J, messenger K P 
Kennedy Patrick^.carpenter 
Kennedy Thomas, laborer 
Kirkwood Joseph, conductor Elec Ry 
Kerr Charles, driver Fisher Bros 
Kerr Hugh, attendant Rockwood Asy- 
lum 
Kerr Joseph J, clerk Macnee & Minnes 
Kerr Wm J, bookkeeper R Crawford 
Kingston & Montreal Forward 
'"& Co, ( Ltd ), Frank Ross 
President;; A Gunn Vice-President; 
Wm Stewart, Managing Director; 
James Stewart, Agent 
Kingston Penitentiary, James H 
Metcalfe, Warden 



Koen Michael, guard K P 

Koen Edward, clerk Steacy & Steacy 

Lake View Hotel, W Westlake prop 

Langridge Stephen, mason 

Lavell Alfred E, BA, asst electrician K 

P 
Lavell Cecil 
Lavell M, MD, LLD. 
Lavell Walter 

Lawless James, attendant Asylum 
Liddle Joseph, carpenter 
Lonergan Miss M A, supervisor Rock- 
Wood Asylum 
Lonergan Thomas, supervisor Rock- 
wood Asylum 
Lowe Samuel, grocer 

McCammon Thomas W, baker Rock- 
wood Asylum 
McCaugherty Herbert A, student 
McCaugherty John A, farm instructor 

K P 
AlcCauley George, boat builder 
McCauley George, jr, guard K P 
McCauley John R, conductor St Ry Co 
McCauley Robert, keeper K P 
McConnell Wm, grocer 
McConville Agnes (wid Marcus) 
McConville Charles, butcher 
Mccormick James F, laborer 
McDonald Miss M, seamstress Asylum 
McGeein Bernard, guard K P 
McGtein Daniel, ship carpenter 
McGeein Francis, laborer 
McGeein Mary (wid Nicholas) 
McGeein Richard N, shoveller 
McGuire Thomas, butcher Asylum 
Mcllwaine Francis P, constable 
Mcllwaine William, keeper Asylum 
Mclver Archibald, laundryman Rock- 
wood Asylum 
McLean Allan, steward Rockwod Asy- 
lum 
McNamara Miss Jane 
McManus Mary A (wid Hugh) 
McWaters Alexander, mason 
McWaters John, machinist 
McWaters Margaret (wid Alexander) 



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PORTSMOUTH. 



McWaters Thomas 

Macleod Wm J. warden's clerk K P 

Madden James, stoker Rockwood Asy- 
lum 

Madlll Wm H, musical instructor Rock- 
w m id Asylum 

Madill Wm H, jr, tinsmith 

Malorey Miss Kate, laundress, Rock- 
woi d Asylum 

Marks John R, carpenter 

Marks Richard T, calker 

Marks Wm, ship carpenter 

Marsh Wm J, attendant Asylum, res 
City 

Mathewson Charles S, baker 

Mathewson James A, printer British 
Whig 

Mathewson James B P, instructor K P 

Metcalfe Mary (wid Wm) 

Miller Melville G, piano tuner 

Mills John, keeper K P 

Mitchell Miss Mary, attendant Asylum 

Mooney Edward, keeper K P 

Mooney John 

Moore Hyla H 

James W, laborer 
Moore John, shoemaker 
Moore Samuel A. carpenter 
Moore Thomas, guard K P 
Morton Mrs Jennie, attendant Asylum 
-Mullen Wm, attendant Asylum 
Nicholson Alexander B, BA, prof 

Queen's College 
Nicholson Miss Emma, cook Asylum 
Nicholson Francis D, ship carpenter 
Nicholson John H. student 

n John, ship carpenter 
Nicholson Miss Mary, supervisor Asy- 
lum 
Ni hi [son Thomas w . cai ter 
Norrls Miss Hannah, attendanl Rock- 

w OOd As> linn 

Noi i i i Robert, ship carpenter 
Nugent Miss Gertrude, attendant Asy- 
lum 

n Ellen ih id Edward) 



O'Connor Mrs Eliza, dairymaid Asy- 
lum 

O'Neil John, jr, guard K P 

O'Xeil John 

Orser Miss Mabel, domestic Rockwood 
Asylum 

Orser Miss Nina, attendant Rockwood 
Asylum 

Osborne Miss Gertrude, nurse Rock- 
wood Asylum 

Fatterson Helen (wid George) 

Pavne James W 

Payne John A, mason 

Payne Thomas 

Pierce JosephW, draughtsman 

I'eirce Julia P (wid George), matron 
Rockwood Asylum 

Pogue Robert R, instructor K P 

Porter Andrew, shoveller 

Porter Andrew D, finisher 

Porter Miss A E, attendant Asylum 

Porter David, grinder McDonald & 
Allen 

Porter Miss Jennie, attendant Asylum 

Porter Richard, stenographer 

Forte: - Wm, calker 

Porter Wm C, student 

Portsmouth Hotel, Edwin Beapre prop 

Potter George, gardener 

Potter John, carriage maker 

I ott.r Joseph, gardener 

Porter Wm. engineer Rockwood Asylum 

Found Henry, baker 

Found Wm. baker 

Power Bridget (wid Michael) 

Pugh Joseph E, clerk Steacy & SI 

I'u'^h Thomas, guard K P 

Pyke Dexter, sailor 

Redmond John, gardener Rockwood 
Asylum 

Re Imond John, jr, clerk 

ond r.u i ich w atchman Asylum, 

ret city 

Reid Aii.cn |.\ guard K P 

Rockwood Asylum for the In- 
Sane, Charles K Clarke M I >, Medi- 
cal Superintendent, Situated on the 
Lake Front 



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District Agent, Kingston. 



WOLFE Isl.AM). 



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I 'harks L, laborer 
Mary (wld Wm) 
Scully James, clerk 
Scally John, m 

Sexton George, £sq, JP, Second 
roner county of Frontenac 
pur Isaiah, boilermakcr 
Shanahan James, supervisor Rockwood 

!uni 
Shine John H, ship carpenter 

; James, prop Frontenac House 
Smith Henry, laborer 
Smith Henry, carp 
Smith Hugh, laborer 
Smith John, shoveller 
Smith John. jr. laborer 
Smith Julia (wid Thomas) 
Smith Miss Julia, attendant Asylum 
Smith Miss Maty, deputy matron K P 
Smith Thomas, laborer 
Smith Wm, clerk 

Snell Rev George W, pastor Ports- 
mouth Methodist Church 

Alexander, guard K P 
-4S Miss Maude, attendant Asy- 
lum 
Stephenson Samuel, supervisor Rock- 
wood Asylum 
Stoness Robert S, ship carpenter 
Stuart Miss A G, attendant Rockwood 

Asylum 
Sullivan David, clerk 
Sullivan George, guard K P 
Sullivan Wm, deputy warden K P 
Swift Ruth (wid John) 



Tall Adam, carpet weaver 

Thompson Andrew, guard K P 

Tobin Michael, teamster K P 

Tobin Thomas, guard K P 

Trendell Miss Isabel, musical nurse 
Asylum 

Van Order Frederick A, farmer 

VanOrder James, farmer 

VanOider James O, farmer 

Van Order John, laborer 

VanStraubenzie Col Bowen, res Kirk- 
leathaim 

VanStraubenzie Charles T, lvs Kirk- 
lf athaim 

Wilford Julia A (wid Thomas) 

Ward Miss Mabel, attendant Asylum 

Watts Alfred W, gardener 

Watts George, laborer 

Watts John N, gardener 

Watts Samuel, gardener 

Watts Samuel, jr. gardener 

Webster John, MD, asst physician 
Rockwood Asylum 

Weir James, teamster K P 

Westlake Wm. laborer 

Westlake Wm B, hotel 

Whesler Calvin S. guard K P 

Williamson James X, attendant R 
wood Asylum 

Wiltshire Walter, baker 

Wis] a-t Edward, carpenter 

Wishart Jane (wid John) 

Wcod Wm, laborer 

Woodrowe Miss Mary, domestic Rock- 
wood Asylum 



Wolfe Island. 



Abbott Edward, 

Allirson Wm L. mngr Rathbun Co 

Armstrong Richard G, hay, grain and 

farm implement 
Aylesworth Frank W. teacher Wolfe 

Island School 
Baker Daniel, farmer 



BAKER EDWARD J, General Store 

and Postmaster 
Baker James, farmer 
Baker Joseph S. clerk E J Baku- 
Baker Miss Kate 
Bennett Truman, farm implements 
Berry James, laborer 



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WOLFE ISLAND. 



Berry Robert, sailor 

hUake hdmund, shoemaker 

Bolton Wm H, carpenter 

Brown James, fisherman 

F'.ullis Robert 

Bullis Wm, farmer 

Card Richard, driver W B Card 

Card Wm B, livery 

Cattanach Donald, waggonmaker 

Charles Hiram H 

Charles Richard H, sailor 

Cornell Rev Joseph C (Methodist) 

Costello Luke, prop Island House 

Coyle James, farmer 8th con 

Crawford Ann (wid Ezra) 

Crawford James, sailor 

Crawford Thomas 

Crofford Fanny 'wid David) 

>rd James, blacksmith 
Crowley Nora (wid Hugh) 
Cummings Bridget (wid Wm) 
Cummings David, sailor 
Cummins Charles, general store 
Daley George, laborer 
Daley Jeremiah, laborer 
Daley John, laborer 

- Albert, fisherman 
Davis Allan, fisherman 
Davis Charles 
Davis Henry, laborer 
Davis James A, laborer 
Davis James T, laborer 
Davis John H, fisherman 
Pavi« Richard, caretaker Pidgeon Is- 

1 <rd Light House 
Dawson Daniel J. Township Clerk and 

firm implements 

in Harriet (wid Patrick) 
Dawson James, farmer 
Dawson John, license inspector 
Dee John . 

|i s Mary A (wid Frederic* 
imuel, lahorer 
Flvasfa Charles, lab 
Friend John (John Fri-nd & Son) 
Friend John & Son (John and Thomas). 

pal store 
Friend Thomas (John Friend & Son) 
Furlong Misses iM.uy. Elizabeth, 

Catherine and Sarah), dressmakers 
Furlong Sarah (wid Michael) 
t Bliss Lizzie, dressmaker 
i ;. carpenter 
I farmer 

rn Telegraph Co, 

Chai lea < Jummlna agenl 
i Jrlffln Edward i lacksmlth 
Wm. farmer 

HitchCOCR Natlllal T (wid Hiram I 'I 
in Thofaas, customs officer 

WS44 I ' '/ 



Home Corydon D, fisherman 

Home Grant S G, sailor 

Home Warren, laborer 

Island House, Luke Costello, prop 

Keys Thomas, general store 

Knox Robert D K 

Lang Rev George R (Presbyterian) 

Lauchlin Ellen (wid James) 

Lauchlin James, farmer 

Lauchlin Robert, laborer 

Lipton Rev W T (Anglican) 

McAvoy Catherine (wid Patrick) 

McCaul John, laborer 

McDonald Barbara (wid James) 

McDonald Miss Christina 

McDonald James, sailor 

McDonald Malcolm, sailor 

McLaren Alexander, hotel 

McRae Andrew J, waggonmaker 

Marlow George H, farmer 

Marlow Hiram, mate str Pierrepont 

Mar tier David, farmer 

Martier John, farmer 

Michea George 

Neil Alecia (wid James), grocer 

O'Shea Michael, sailor 

Osser Jane (wid Gabriel) 

Payne Edward, farmer 

Payne Robert, grocer 

Phillips John, sailor 

Pyke Cornelius, gardener 

Pyke David H. gardener 

Quirk John, laborer 

Quirk Nora (wid Thomas) 

Ra'by Ann (wid Wm) 

Ralley Archibald, laborer 

Ralley George, laborer 

RATHBUN COMPANY, W L Allin-;.>n. 
Manager ■ 

Regan Patrick, sailor 

Rogers George, farmer 

Rogers James, farmer 

Ryan Andrew, harnessmaker 

Ryan John, farmer 

Sandleson Elizabeth (wid Harry) 

Sluman Gilbert, farmer 

Shimon Herbert 

Spankle James E. physician 

Spankie William, physician and in- 
spector of schools, county of Fron- 
trnnr 

Sprat! Rev T J (Catholic) 

Taylor George, blacksmith 

Taylor WUa >n, blacksmith 

Walker Edward., farmer 

White Edward, farmer 

Whltmarsh Frederick, butcher 

Whltmarsh John, laborer 

Whltmarsh Sarah (wid Frederick) 



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INDEX 



Abbreviations 10 

Alphabetical List of Names 94-263 

Anglican Churches 285-6 

A D \V 296 

Banks 800-301 

Baptlsl Churches 28(3 

Barrlefleld 304-306 

Bicycle Clubs 290 

Brotherhood ol SI Andrew £80 

Business Directory 254-280 

Cab Thrill 282 

Canadian Order Chosen Friends 295 

Canadian Order Foresters 296 

Carter's Tariff 288 

Cataraqul 306-307 

Catholic Order of Foresters 299 

Catholic Societies 298 

Cemeteries 303 

Children's Ai<l Society 289 

Children of Mary 299 

Churches 285 

City Coroners 282 

City ( Jouncil, 1890 28(1 

City Officials 282 

Clubs 299 

Collegiate Institute 292 

Committees of the City Council 281 

Committees of the County Council .. 284 

Congregational Churches 286 

Convent 293 

County Council 284 

County Officers 283 

Custom House 285 

Dominion Government officials 28.") 

Educational 288-294 

Fire Alarms 2S2 

Fire Halls 282 

14th P AY O Rifles 294 

4th Regiment of Hussars 295 

Frontenac County LibCon Assn 302 

Frontenac Law Association 293 

Garden Island 307-8 

Hospitals, Asylums, etc 300 

Hotel Dieu 300 

House of Industry 300 

House of Providence 300 

Humane Society 287 

Independent Order of Foresters 290 

Index to Advertisers 10 

Inland Revenue Office 285 

King's Daughters 288 

Kingston Board of Trade 301 

Kingston Business College 292 

Kingston Christian Endeavor Union . . 287 

Kingston Conservatory of Music 292 

Kingston Feld Battery 

Kingston General Hospital 

Kingston Harmony Club 

Kingston Historic Society 

■>■■*.<.• r^n^e ... . 



Kingston Penitentiary 300 

Kingston Public Library 298 

Kingston Veterinary College 292 

Kingston Bel I of Arl 293 

Kingston Skating Blnk 302 

KnightS Of .Maccabees 296 

Labor Onions 299 

Liberal Conservative Association 302 

Livery Stable* Tariff 283 

Loyal Orange Association 296 

Macdonald Club 302 

Masonic 296-7 

Met hodist Churches 286 

Military 294-5 

Miscellaneous Directory 281 -303 

National Societies 298 

Newspapers 301 

Odd Fellows 297-s 

Ontario Lord's Day Alliance 288 

Order ol' Canadian Home Circles 296 

Order of Siberians 299 

Parks 302 

Penitentiary 300 

Police Force 282 

Portsmouth 309-313 

Post Office Inspector's Office 285 

Post Office Staff 284-5 

Presbyterian Churches 286-7 

Frotestant Orphans' Home 300 

Public Buildings, Halls, etc 303 

Public Schools 293-4 

Queen's College 288-290 

Queen's College Societies 290-291 

Railways 301 

Reform Association 301 

Rockwood Asylum 300 

Roman Catholic Churches 2S7 

Royal Arcanum 296 

Royal Military College 294-5 

Royal Templars of Temperance 296 

Salvation Army 287 

School of Mining and Agriculture ....291-2 

Select Knights 296 

Separate Schools 294 

Societies 295-299 

Sons of England 298 

Sons of Scotland 29° 

Sons of Temperance 29b 

St Andrew's Society 298 

St. George's Society 298 

St Patrick's Society 298 

St Vincent de Paul Society 298 

Stage Routes 303 

Street Directory 11-93 

Suburban Villages 304-314 



y College 292 



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313-3' 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Bell Or G W right bottom line? 

Boiler Inspection ft Insurance Oo .... 200 

Dobbs .1 U ( ' ft Co 1M 

Drennan W M > opp 136 

Dnponl ft Wilson 136 

Flett A G 8 and 4 

Hobarfs Medical Hall left top lines 

Gardiner J A MB 

Gildersleere J I' M7 

Godwin W H 149 

Harrison T F Oo "I'l 1 1B6 

Hooper Joseph 161 

Johns T H ir> " 

Johnson O G 16" 

Kingston Electric Carpet Cleaning 

Works 172 

Knapp A C 17i 

l., mbe A E M 180 



Mc( ami JSR 1S2 

Martin C H 196 

Mills ..v Cunningham 199 

Milne & Milne 200 

Model Steam Laundry 200 

Moncrieff ft Co 200 

Moore W J 1 

Nay don Joseph 2<M 

North American Life Assurance Co 

inside back cover 

Provost & Co front cover 

Iteid James opp 2% 

Robinson M W 223 

Roughton Stephen right top lines 

Savage Bros 226 

Smythe ft Lyon 233 

Stearne Philip 236 

Walter Percy 246 



ABBREVIATIONS 



accountant 

agt, agent 
tippr, apprentice 
ssociation 
asst. assistant 
aw. avenue 
bds, boards 
bet. between 
eapt, captain 
carp, carpenter 
elk, clerk 
comp, compositor 
cor. corner 
dept, department 
e. east 

■ - east side 
ft. foot 

luspr. inspector 
K. Kingston 

K P, Kingston Penitentiary 
lva lives 
'<>b. laborer 
I, limited 
much, machinist 
maeh hd, machine hand 
mkr, maker 
mafg, manufacturing 
mnfr, manufacturer 



mngr. manager 

n north 

n s. north side 

opp, opposite 

opr, operator 

P O Dostoffice 

[>res. president 

prln, principal 

prop, proprietor 

re». residence 

rms, rooms 

ry. railway 

S A, Salvation Army 

s. south 

schr. schooner 

s e, side entrance 

sec, secretary 

si • hd. second hand 

so, souare 

s s, south side 

str, steamer 

Mipt. superintendent 

tel, telegraph 

treas, treasurer 

W, west 

whol. wholesale 

wld widow 

w s. « esl side 



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