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A CALENDAR AND NAUTICAL INTELLIGENCE 

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UTHENTIC AND VALUABLE INFORMATION RELATING TO PUBLIC 
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TOGETHER WITH A CAREFULLY REVISED 



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ISLAND. 



ST. JOHN S, X. F. : 
J. W. WITHERS, QUEEN- n 
1897. 




COMMON NOTES FOR THE YEAR 1898. 



Golden Number . 

Epact 

Solar Cycle 

Roman Indiction 
Dominical Letter . 
Julian Period 



XVIIT 



11 
B 

6611 

Jewish New Year, 5659, begins Sept. 17 
Mohammedan New Year, 1316. . May 22 



Good Friday ........................... April 



Easter Sunday 



10 



19 
29 



Rogation Sunday May 15 

Ascension Day 

Whit Sunday 

Trinity Sunday June f> 

Corpus Christi 

1st Sunday in Advent Nov. 27 

Christmas Day, Saturday Dec. 25 

Birth of Queen Victoria (1819) ... May V 1 
Acc sion nf Quern V irt oria (1837) J" 
Queen s Coronal: 1838) " -S 



Sundays after Trinity 

Septuagesima Sunday Feb. 6 

Ash Wednesday Fd P. - :! 

St. Patrick s Day Mar. 17 

Birth of Prince of Wales (is in. Nov. nth. 

ECLIPSES. 

In the year 1898 there will be three Eclipses of the Sun. and three of the Moon. 

I. A partial Eclipse of the Moon, January 7, 1SOS ) \isible at Greemvieli. 

II. A total Eclipse of the Sun, January 21. l^OS, invisible at Greenwich. 
1IT. A partial Eclipse of the Moon, July 3, 1S98, partly visible at Greenwich. 
IV. An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, .Inly is, ls .S, invisible at Greenwich. 

V. A partial Eclipse of the Sun, December 12-13, 1898, invisible at Greenwich. 
VI. A totol Eclipse of the Moon, December 27lh. 1898, visible at Greenwich. 



SEASONS. 



Spring conimeii -es March 20 
Summer " June 21 



Autumn commences Sep . 
Winter " Dec. 21 



RULERS OF SOME OF THE CHIEF COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD. 



COUNTRY. 


BULEE. 


BOHN. 


ACCEDE*. 


Austria-Hungary 
Belgium 


Frauds Joseph. J Jmjinv,- 


18 Aug., 1830 
9 April, 1835 
8 April, 1818 
30 Jan., 1841 
27 Jan.. 1859 
14 Mar., 1844 
31 Aug., 1880 
28 Sept., 1863 
18 May, 1868 
17 May, 1886 
21 Jan., 1829 
21 Sept., 1842 


2 Dec., 1848 
10 Dec., 1865 
15 Nov., 1863 
17 .Ian., 1395 
15 June, 1885 
!i Jan., 1878 
23 Nov., 1890 
19 Oct., 1889 
1 Nov., 1894 
17 May, 1886 
18 Sept., 1872 
31 Aug., 1876 
15 Nov., 1894 
4 Mar., 1863 


Leopold Tl. Kimj 


Denmark .. 


Christian IX., King 


France .... 




Germany 


William II., /-Ji/ipfru/- 


Italy 




Netherlands 


Wilhelinina (a minor) 


Portugal 


Russia 


Nicholas II. . Emperor 
Alfonso XIII., (a minor) King) . 
Oscar II., Kinr/ 


Spain 


Sweden and Norway . 
Turkey 


Abdul Hamid 11 Vultaii 


U. States of Brazil ... 
United States 


Prudente do Moraes President 


William McKinlev, President .. 



Pope of Rome, Leo XIII., (family name Pecci), elected 1878. 



Calendar. 



JANUARY, 1898. 

PHASES OF THE MOON. 

Full Moon 7tli day, !>h. 12m., p. in. I New Moon 
Last Quarter 15th day, Oh. Ifin., p. in. | First Quarter- 



-22ml day, 3h. 54m., a. in. 
-29th day, llh. 2m., a. in. 



IST MONTH. 
31 DAYS. 


APPARENT NOON AT GREENWICH. 


ST. JOHN ~. 


y of Year. 


y of Month. 


,y of Week. 


Sun s Declina 
tion. 


~?- 


i|M. lti lll Of 

Mine to be 
led to A. T. 


Hourly 
Variation. 


oon s Age. 


QD 

to 

m 

a 


1 

~S- 


11; J, V 


a 





GO 






H 




S 


DQ 














/ // 


// 


m. s. 


S. 


d. 


a. m. 


2>. m. 


. p. m- 


i 


1 


Sat. 


S2259 1.6 


12.80 


355.29 


1.176 


8.6 


7 554 13 


1 32 


15& 


2 


2 


Sim. 


22 5340.7 


13.94 


423.33 


1.160 


9.6 


7 554 14 


257 


321 


3 


3 


Mon. 


224752.4 


15.08 


4 50.99 


1.144 


lo. c 7 544 15 


342 


406 


4 


4 


Tues. 


224137.0 


16.20 


5 18.24 


1.126 


11. (i 7 544 17 


436 


500 


5 


5 


Wed. 


22 34 54.7 


17.32 


545.05 


1.107 


12.67 544 IN 


523 


547 


6 


6 


Thur. 


22 2745.6 


18.43 


6 11.40 


1.088 


13.67 534 10 


614 


638 


7 


f 


Fri. 


222010.0 


19.53 


637.27 


1.067 


14.6 7 534 20 


652 


716 


8 


8 


Sat. 


2212 8.1 


20.62 


7 2.63 


1.046 


15.6 7 53 


4 21 


7 12 


736 


9 


9 


Sun. 


22 340.1 


21.71 


727.46 


1.023 


16.6 


7 53 


4 22 


744 


808 


10 


LO 


Mon. 


215446.2 


. 7 N 


751.74 


1.000 


17.6 


7 53 


4 23 


832 


856- 


11 


1! 


Tues. 


214526.7 


23.84 


8 15.45 


0.975 


18.67 52 


4 24 


900 


924 


12 


12 


Wed. 


213541.9 


24.89 


838.56 


0.950 


19.6 7 52 


4 25 


941 


1005- 


13 


13 


Thur. 


212531.9 


25.93 


9 1.06 


0.924 


20. r, 7 -,i 4 27 


1021 


1045 


14 


14 


Fri. 


21 1457.1 


26.96 


922.93 


0.898 


21.6 7 504 29 


1056 


1120 


15 


15 


Sat. 


21 357.8 


27.98 


944.17 


0.871 


22.67 494 30 


1151 


01& 


16 


16 


Sun. 


20 52 34.2 


28.98 


10 4.74 


0.843 


23.6 7 49 4 31 


126 


150 


17 


17 


Mon. 


204046.6 


29.97 


1024.63 


0.814 


24.0 7 484 33 


238 


302 


IN 


18 


Tues. 


202835.4 


30.95 


1043.83 


0.785 


25.67 474 34 


348 


412 


19 


1!) 


Wed. 


20 16 0.9 


31.91 


11 2.32 


0.755 


26.6 


7 46 4 36 


454 


518 


20 


20 


Thur. 


20 3 3.5 


32.86 


1120.07 


0.724 


27.6 


7 454 38 


551 


615 


21 


21 


Fri. 


194943.6 


33.79 


1137.08 


0.693 


28.6 


7 44 


4 39 


706 


730 


22 


22 


Sat. 


1936 1.6 


34.71 


11 53.33 


0.660 


0.1 


7 43 


4 41 


726 


750 


23 


23 


Sun. 


192157.7 


35.61 


12 8.78 


0.627 


1.1 


7 42 


4 42 


750 


814 


24 


24 


Mon. 


19 732.5 


36.49 


1223.44 


0.594 


2.1 7 41 


4 44 


832 


856 


25 


25 


Tues. 


18 52 46.4 


37.35 


1237.29 


0.560 


3.1 


7 40 


4 45 


903 


927 


26 


26 


Wed. 


183739.7 


38.20 


1250.33 


0.526 


4.1 


7 39 


4 47 


942 


1006 


27 


27 


Thur. 


182212.7 


39.04 


13 2.54 


0.491 


5.1 


7 38 


4 48 


1024 


1048 


28 


28 


Fri. 


18 626.0 


39-85 


13 13.92 


0-457 


6.1 


7 37 


4 49 


1100 


1124 


29 


29 


Sat. 


175019.9 


40.65 


1324.47 


0-422 


7.1 


7 36 


4 51 


1130 


1154 


30 


30 


Sun. 


173354.7 


41.44 


1334.18 


,0-387 


8.1 


7 35 


4 52 


028 


052 


31 


31 


Mon. 


171711.0 


!42.20 


1343.04 


0.352 


9.1 


7 344 53 


142 


206 


Meteorological Register for the 


Month of January, 1897. 



Barometer Highest on 2nd, 30.441 ; Lowest, 24th, 28.795 ; M*an. 20.925. Thermometer 
Highest, 6th, 49. ; Lowest, 20th, 21st, 2. ; Mean Max. Temperature, 20th, 31.9 ; Mean Min. 
Temperature, 18.5 ; Mean Temperature, 16.S ; Mean of Cloud, 5.6 ; Rainfall, 3.98 inches ; Pre 
vailing Winds, South and East. 



Calendar. 



FEBRUARY, 1898. 


PHASES OF 


THE 


MOON 










Full Moon 6th day, 2h. 53m., p. 


m. 


New Moon 


20th day, 4h. 10m., p 


m. 


Last Quarter 13th day, . li. 


fin, P. 


m. 


First Quarter 2>sth day, Tli. 4 _ iii., a 


m. 


2ND MONTH. 
28 DAYS. 


APPARENT 


NOON AT (iUKKNUII ll. 


ST. JOHN S. 


C 


g 


A 






"3 < 






to 


m 




IliHli \VatiT. 


o> 










~ _ 








OJ 




o 


^ 


o 


Sun s Declina- 
1 ion. 


S^a 


c 


^ 

5 

3 . 


" 

g-g 


n 

^ 


DO 

g 


i 




"8 


03 

P 






III 

a 


n > 



O 

& 


1 


S 
DO 








/ // 


// 


m. 


s. 


S. 


d. 


n.tn. 


p.m. 


a.m. 


p. m. 


32 


1 


Tues. 


S17 9.1 


42.95 


13 51.07 


0.317 


10.1 


732 


4 56 


257 


321 


33 


2 


Wed. 


164249.4 


43.68 


1 . , 58.27 


0.282 


11.1 


731 


4 r,7 


! 06 


430 


34 


3 


Thur. 


162512.4 


44.40 


14 


1.63 


0.248 


12.1 


729 


1 .V.I 4 50 


5 M 


35 


4 


Fri. 


16 718.3 


4.-,. 10 


14 10.17 


0.214 


13.1 


727 


501 


530 


554 


36 


5 


Sat, 


1549 7.7 


45.78 14 14.88 


0.180 


14.1 


726 


5 2 


c n; 


640 


37 


(i 


SUM. 153041.0 


46.45 14 18.78 


0.146 


15.1 


725 


5 4 


651 


715 


38 


7 Mon. 15 11 58.4 


47.10 


14 21. S7 


0.112 


16.1 


723 


5 6 


726 


7 f.i 


39 


8 


Tues. 1453 0.4 


47.71! 


14 24.17 


0.080 


17.1 


722 


5 7 756 


820 


40 


9 


Wed. 


143347.4 


48.35 


14 25.69 


0.047 


18.1 


720 


5 it 8 :: 1 


858 


41 


10 


Thur. 


1414 19.7 


48.95 


14 26.4:5 


0.015 


10.1 


719 


:, lo 


910 


934 


42 


11 


Fri. 


135437.9 


49.53 


14 2(1.41 


o.o 1C. 


20.1 


7 17 


512 


942 


1006 


43 


12 


Sat. 


133442.1 


50.10 


14 -2 >.(>4 


0.047 


21.] 


7 16 


5 13 


1036 


11 00 


44 


13 Sun. 


13 1432.9 


50.65 


14 24.14 


0.078 


22.1 


7 14 


5 15 11 24 


1 1 48 


45 


14 Mon. 


125410.7 


51.19 


14 21.90 


0.108 


23.1 


712 


517 043 


107 


46 


15 Tues. 


123335.8 


51.71 


14 18.95 


0.137 


24.1 


711 


518 


226 


250 


47 


16 Wed. 


12 1248.8 


52.20|14 15.31 


0.166 


25.1 


709 


520 


340 


404 


48 
49 


17|Thur. 
18 Fri. 


115150.0 
113039.8 


52.G9 l4 10.97 
53.1514 5.94 


0.195 
0.224 


26.1 
27.1 


708521 
706 522 


449 
526 


513 

550 


50 


19 Sat. 


11 918.8 


53.59 


14 


0.24 


0.251 


28.1 


704 


,5241 606 


630 


51 


20 


SUM 


104747.4 


54.02 


13 53.88 


0.279 


29.1 


702 


526 70(i 


730 


52 


21 


Mon." 1026 6.0 


54.42 


13 46.87 


0.305 


0.5 


700 


527 734 


758 


53 


22 


Tues. 


10 415.0 


54.81 


13 39.22 


0.332 


1.5 


658 


5 2 .i 806i 830 


54 


23 


Wed. 94214.9 


55.19 


13 30.93 


0.358 


2.5 


i; 57 


530 836 900 


55 


24 


Thur. 920 G.I 


55.54 


13 22.03 


0.384 


3.5 


655 


532 916 


940 


56 


25 Fri. 85749.0 


55.88 


13 12.52 


0.408 


4.5 


653 


533 952 


1016 


57 


26 Sat. 


83524.0 


56.20 13 


2.43 


0.432 


5.5 


651 


5351032 


1056 


58 


27 Sun. 


81251.6 


56.50 12 51.77 


0.456 


6.5 


649 


537 11 22 


11 4G 


59 


28 Mon. 7 50 12.0 56.79 : 12 40.55 


0.479 


7.5647 


538 11 5ll 015 


Meteorological Register 


for the Month 


of February, 1897. 



Barometer Highest on 6th, 30.2S4 ; Lowest, 17th, 28.002 ; Mean, 28.820. Thermometer 
Highest, 10th, 36. ; Lowest, 12th, 1. ; Mean Max. Temperature, 22.15 ; Mean Min. Tempera 
ture, 12.10 ; Mean Temperature, 17.12 ; Mean of Cloud, 5.1 ; Prevailing Winds, North ami 
North-east. 



Calendar. 



MARCH, 1898. 



PHASES OP THE MOOX. 

Full Moon - 8th day, 5h. 58m., a. m. I New Moon 22ud day, 5h. C 
Last Quarter 15th clay, 4Ji. 17m., a. JD. First Quarter 30th day, 4h. . in., a. m 



BED MONTH. 
31 DAYS. 


APPARENT NOON VT GREENWICH. 


ST. Jo 


Day of Year. 


Day of Month. 


Day of Week. 


bun s Decima 
tion. 


Hourly 

Variation. \ 


<~i a; ^ 

- ^ 

do" 1 

,0 

^3 a} "^ 

x - 

g| 

1 




Hourly 
Variation. 


Moon s 


^Ull 1 


Sun 


Hi. .li . 








o / // 


/ / 


m. s. 


S. 


d. 


a.m. 




. p. m. 


60 


1 


Tucs. 


S72725.0 


57.05 


1228.79 


0.501 




04:- 540 


100 130 


61 


2 


Wed. 


7 433.4 


57.31 


12 16.51 


0.522 


9.5 


643 


222 246 


62 


3 


Thur. 


641 35.1 


57.54 


12 3.73 


O.g42 


10.5 


641 


543 


336 400 


63 


4 


Fri. 


61831.3 


r j7.77 


11 50. 16 


0.562 


11.5 


640 


544 




448 


64 


5 


Sat, 


55522.3 


57.07 


1136.76 


0.581 12.:. 


638 


545 


5 16 


54o 


65 6 Sim. 


532 8.7 


58.16 


1122.61 


0.598 L3.5 


636 547 


553 


617 


66 


7 


Mon. 


5 850. 6 


58.34 


11 8.04 


0.615 14.5 


<;::4 548 


652 


67 


6 


I ues. 


44528.5 




1053.09 


0.631 


15.5 


632 


550 


704 72- 


68 


9 


Wed. 


422 2.7 


58.64 


1037.71; 


0.646 


16.5 


630 


55i 


744 808 


(ill 


10 


Thur. 


35833.6 58.77 


10 22. nil 


0.66017.5 


628 


553 814 


838 


70 


11 


Fri. 


335 1.5 




10 0.10 


0.673 


18.5 


r, 2<; 554 


9 10 


71 


12 


Sat. 


31126.7 59.00 


949.81 


0.685 


19.5 


556 


950 


72 


13 Still. 


24749.7 59.08 


933.24 


0.696 


622 


1024 1048 


73 14 


Mon. 22410-7 59.16 


9 10.42 


0.705 21.5 


620 559 


1150 


74 


l5Tues. 


2 030.1 


59.22 


.;.:: 


0.71522.5 


i; is eoo 


042 


10& 


75 


16 


Wed. 


13648.3 


59.26 


J.12 


(i.72i; 23.5 


i; Kieoi 


220 


244 


76 


17 


Thur. 


113 5.7 


50.28 


82: 


0.730 


24.5 


14603 


328 


352 


77 


1 - 


Fri. 


04922.7 


59.29 


8 7-07 


0.737 




11 12 (104 


431 


455 


78 


19 


Sat. 


02539.7 


59.28 749.30 


0.743 


26.5 


(1 10606 


:> 2-1 


548 


7l> 


20 


Sun. 


SO 157.1 


59.26 731.40 


0.748 


27.5 


6 8 


007 


550 


614 


8() 


_ l 


Mon. 


N02144.S 


59.22 


7 13.39 


0.753 


28.5 


i; oooo 


706 




81 


22 


Tues. 


04525.5 


59. 16 055.27 


0.757 


0.0 


4 6 10 


7 12 


736 


82 


23 


Wed. 


1 9 4.7 59.09 637.07 


0.760 


1.0 


6 26 Jl 


744 


80S 


83 


24 


Thur. 


13242.059.01 61 


0.762 2.o 


1! 0613 


8 1^ 




84 


25 


Fri. 1 56 17.0 


58.79 6 0.48 


0.7(14 3.0 


557615 


854 


918 


85 


26 


Sat. 21949.4 


57.79 542.13 


0.765 


4.0 


5 55 (lie, 


932 


956 


86 


27 


Sun. 24318.8 


58.65 523.76 


0.765 


5.0 


5540 17 


10 14 


1038 


87 


28 Mon. 3 644.8 


58.51 


5 5.39 


0.765 


6.0 


6 18 


1100 1124 


88 


29 Tues. 


330 7.1 


58.34 


447-05 


0.764 


7.0 


550 


1154 





89 30 Wed. 


35325.3 


58.16 428.74 


0.762 8.0 


547622 


038 


102 


9031 


Thur. 


41639.0 57-97 410.49 


0.759 9.0 


54,") G23, 146 


210 



Meteorological Register for the Month of March, 1897. 

Barometer Highest on 1st, 30.599; Lowest, 17th, 29.098; Mean, 30.40- 1 . Thermomet 
Highest, 4th, 40. ; Lowest, 2nd, 10. ; Mean Max. Temperate 



ture, 20.04 ; Mean Temperature, 24.00 
Winds, North-west and North-east. 



re, 30.12: Mean Min. Tempera- 
Mean of Cloud, 7.C; Rainfall, 2.71 inrhes ; Prevailin 



Calendar. 



AI KIt, 198. 



PHASED OF THE Jlun.N. 



"mi i;fli ,l;iy, .Mi. -1:1111., ].. in. 

."lartcr 13th day, lOli. 57m., a. in. 



\>\\ Monii - . (I ll ii \ , >;li. .Mini., ;.. in. 
, iiarter 2M -, p- m. 



^ -^ _ 
111! MojtfTH 
















30 DAYS. 


APPARENT 


Noon -.1 GREENWICH. 


ST. .Ii DIN S. 


| 




I 




CO 


o / 


1 


g 






7 




fe- 


SUM S Declina 
tion. 


S3 


| a -E.2 


<3 
r. 

=. 


r. 

K 




lli-h Water. 


p 


: 


>i 

a 




~5 


I""" ""> 


Z 
O 

r 


s 


5 

02 










o / / / 




ill i> 

III, - s . O . 


d. 




p.m. 


a. m. )>. ni. 


91 


1 


Fri. 


N43!) 48.0 


5 71 77 


:; 52.33 0.755 


10. 


5 4;; 




320 




2 




5 i . S 


57.55 


:; :: 1.26 0.751 


ll.o 


5 II 




:; 56 




3 


NHJJ. 


50.2 


57.:: 1 


:; 16.300.7 15 


12.0 


539 




5 12 


9 : 




Won. 




57.07 


, 19,0.739 


13.0 


537 




556 




. i 




ii i i i 1 :)..! 




240.830.732 






631 


6 12 636 




6 


Wed. 


634 9.5 


56.53 




I5.o 






7 12 




i 




c, 56 


56.25 


2 6.090.715 


16.0 


531 




7 50 






Fri. 


7 Hi !>.4 


5 5. .(5 


05 0.71);-, 


17. 


530 






99 


9 


Sat. 


7 i 




,26 0.694 








!> 12 


KNI 


LO 


Susi. 


333.9 




1 15.71 


19.0 






!i 56 


lul 


: ; 


M o n . 






059.51 0.670 








1052 


102 







73 .7 






21.< 






I i 36 - 


103 


[ , 




i) 925.2 




027.990.643 






641 


103 


104 


1 ! 


Thur. 


931 -. 




.7 I 0.62 ! 










105 


; : 


Fri. 


95231.1 


53. 17 


o 2.1 1 0.612 


24.0 


5 K; 




342 




16 




lo i: 


53.06 


o L6.64 0.596 


25.0 


5 1 4 






l<>7 


L7 


SUM. 






. 


26.0 






5 12 


108 


18 


Mon. 


L055 56.2 


52.20 


04 


27.0 








109 


19 


1 


11 K; 


51.74 


057.790.546 






650 


(i 04 C2* 


110 


20 


Wed. 


11 37 lli.ii 


51.27 


1 1" 


2!).o 






706 7: -o 


111 


21 


Tluir. 


1 1 57 44.4 


50.79 


1 23.14 0.510 


0.5 


5 4 


c 53 


726 750 


112 


22 


Fri. 


12 1757.:; 


50.29 


1 35.16 0. 192 


1.5 




i; 54 


800 324 


113 


23 


Sat. 


L2 37 58.1 


49.77 


1 40.71 0.17:; 


2.5 


5 1 




1)04 


114 


24 


Muu. 


125746.4 


4H.25 


1 57. -5 n. -15;; 


3.5 


5 o 


656 


920 944 


.115 


25 


Mon. 


13 1721.li 


48.70 


2 -.4-.io.431 


4.5 


4 5s 


c, .Y. 


9 58 10 22 


116 


26 


Tues. 


133644.2 


48.15 


2 L8.67 0.414 


5.5 


455 


7i n 


1036 11 oo 


117 


27 


Wed. 


135553.1 


47.58 


228.360.394 


6.5 


454 


701 


1 I 2* 11 52 


118 


28 


Thuv. 


14144S.2 


47.00 


237.5<;o.37:>, 


7.5 


453 


702 


11 5<; 020 


119 


29 


Fri. 


143329.1 


46.40 


24(i.2i; 0.352 


8.5 


451 


703 


L 00 1 24 


120 


30 


Sat. 


1451 55.6 


45.80 


2 54.460.331 


9.5 


449 


705 


2 10 234 


Equation of Time to be added to Apparent Time to 14th, and subtracted the remainder 


,->! 111. llI Mltll. 
















Meteorological Register for the Month of 


April, 1897. 



Barometer Highest on 13th, 30.4S8 ; Lowest, 3rd, 29.36(j ; Jlean, 30.715. ThennoiiiKri 
Highest, 26th, 67. ; Lowest, ISth, 13. ; Mean Max. Temperature, 43.13; Mean Min. Tempera 
ture, 29.25; Mean Temperature, 30.20; Mean of Clond, 0.4; Rainfall, 3.5S inches Prevailing 
Winds, West and North-east, 



Calendar. 



MAY, 1898. 



PHASES OF THTC MOON. 



Full Moon lith day, 3h. 3ui., a. in. 
Last Quarter 12th day, 6h. 5m., j>. in. 



New Moon liOtli day, I ll. -Tin., a. in. 
First Quarter 28th day, Hi. 13m., p. m. 



STH MONTH. 
31 DAYS. 


APPARENT 


NOON AT GHEEWICII. 


ST. JOHN S. 


ri 


^ 


^ 






" & . 


o3 






High \V.drr. 


3 


I 


03 
X 
[> 




J5JJ 


il H --.I 


3 


r. 






Pq 


P- 


iSuu s Declina 


<- - 
3 rt 


3 *"* rt ""* "ti 


91 


p^ 




o 
P 


7 
- 
rt 
- 


O 

>> 

a 


tion. 


o ~r 

| 


|||| i| 


1 

- 


so 


1 








// / 


// 


m. s. s. 


il. " .in. p.m. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


121 


I 


Snii. 


Nlo 10 7.3 


45.17 


3 2.140.30!) 10.5447 


7 7 


304 


328 


122 


2 


Mon. 


1528 3.8 


44.54 


3 9.300.287 ll.:>44<; 7 8 


4 14 


438 


123 


3 


Tues. 


154545.1: 


43.89 


3 15.9: , 0.1-1;-, 12.5444 


7 9 


5 0,- 


528 


124 


4 


Wed. 


16 Slo.s 


43.24 


3 22.020.242 13.54 43 7 10 


5 52 


(i 1C, 


125 


5 


Thur. 


162o 20.5 12.56 


:; 27.56J0.219 14.5441 7 12 


634 


658 


126 


6 


Fri. 


l<;: ,7 I:;. l41. 88 


3 32.550.196 15.5440 


7 13 


- i s 


7 42 


127 


7 Sat. 


165350.941.19 


3 36.97o.172 16.5439 7 14 


758 


- 22 


128 


8 


Sun. 


1710 11.1 40.49 


3 01.81 o.l4s J7.;, 437 7 10 




918 


129 


9 


Mon. 


1726 14.339.77 


3 44.070.124 18.54 36 


" 17 


938 


1002 


130 


10 


Tues. 


1742 0.1 39.04 


3 46.740.099 19.5434 7 18 


L021 


1045 


131 


11 


Wed. i 


175728.339.30 


3 48. ^ 0.074 20.5433 


19 


1122 


11 40 


132 


12 


Thur. 


18 12 38.5 37.54 3 50.30 0.049 21.5 431721 


D jo 


034 


133 


13 


Fri. 


IS 27 30.4 36.78 :: 51.190.025 22.5 4 30 7 -22 


131 


155 


134 


14 


Sat. 


1842 3.8)36.003 51.4- o.ooo23.5429 7 23 


236 


300 


135 


15 


Sun. 


1856 18.335.21 


3 51.180.025 24.54 Js - 24 


338 


4 >2 


136 


16 


Mon. 


19 10 13.7 34.40 3 50.30 0.049 25.6 4 2C> 7 26 


422 


446 


137 


17 


Tues. 


19 23 49.0 33.58 :i 48.83 0.073 26.5 4 25 7 27 


502 


526 


138 18 


Wed. : 


19 37 5.7 32.76 :i 46.80 0.090 27.5 4 24 7 2s 


540 


604 


139 


1!) 


Thur. 


19 50 1.9 31.92 3 44.200.120 2S.5;4 24 7 29 


5 18 


642 


140 


20 


Fri. 


20 2 37.9 31.07 3 41.05 0.143 29.5 4 23 7 30 


706 


730 


141 


21 Sat. 


20 14 53.3 30.21 3 37.35 0.165 


o.s422 731 


742 


800 


142 


22 


Sun. 


202647.929.34 


3 33.120.187 


1.S420733 


822 


844 


143 


23 


Mon. 


203821.628.46 


3 28.37,0.208 


2.84 19734 


846 


920 


144 


24 i Tues. i 


204934.027.57 


3 23.120.229 


3.8418735 


934 


958 


145 


25 


Wed. ; 


21 024.926.67 


3 17.380.249 


4.84 17736 


10 14 


1038 


146 


26 


Thur. 1 


21 1054.125.76 


3 11.150.269 


5.8 4 17737 


1052 


11 16 


147 


27 


Fri. 


2121 1.3 


24.84 


3 4.46 0.2ss 


6.8,416738 


11 40 




148128 


Sat. 


213046.3:23.91 


2 57.31.0.307 


7.8415739 


004 


028 


149 


29Sun.| 


2140 9.0 


22.97 


2 49.73:0.325 


8.8414740 


108 


132 


150 


30 


Mon. : 


2149 9.122.03 


2 41.730.342 


9.S!4 14741 


220 


244 


151, 


31 


Tues. 


21 5746.5 


21.08, 


2 33.3l|o.359 10.8|4 13 


r42 


332 


356 


Meteorological Register for the Month of May, 1897. 



Barometer Highest on 24th, 30.379; Lowest on Stli, i.0.467 ; Mean 29 S46 Thermr 
meter Highest on 22nd and 26th, 74. ; Lowest on llth. 28. ; Mean Max Temperature 
Mean Min. Temperature, 39.14; Mean Temperature, 46.10; Mean of Cloud 7 
2.88 inches ; Prevailing Winds, Northeast and South. 



Gale ni/iii . 



9 



JUNE, 1898. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 



Full Moon 4thd;n, LOh. 40m., a. m. 
First Quarter llth day, ah. 33m., a. n,. 



Xew Moon Ifltli <lay, (Hi. -(MIL, a. m. 
L.ist (Quarter 2Vth day, Hi. 23m., a. in. 



OTH MONTH 




30 DAYS. 


APPARENT .\i>,,v AT GBBENWII n. 


ST. JOHN S. 


. 


_= 
^ 


x 


n 


03 






















i 

*4 
O 

I 


Day of Mo 


o 

I 


Sun s 1 Iri li n:i- 
l ion. 


Iliuiih 
Variatiu 


: i = - 

li= H 

9- ~> 
H 


Moon s A 


M 

5 
1 




CO 

3 
03 


i ii: M Water 








a t II 




m. n. 


s. 


d. 


a. m. 


p. m. 


a. m. 


/ - " 


i r,2 


1 


Wed. 


N"22 I! 1.0 


20.12 


2 24..MI 




11.8 


1 12 


1 ):: 


I 39 


5 03 


153 


2 


Thur. 


22 r; 52. i 


19.16 


2 15.:;i 0.391 12.8 


4 11 


7 1 I 


7, 32 5 56 


154 


3 


Fri. 


22 21 20.6 


18.19 


2 5.77, (/. luti [3.8 


4 11 


7 17, 


i: 2 1 c is 


155 


4 


Sat. 


22 28 25. 1 


17.21 


1 55.84 0. l-jn 1 t.8 


l 10 7 L; 


7 I i 7 38 


156 


5 


Sun. 


22:;7, 6.7 


ic. 2:; 


1 15.58 0. i:il 15. 8 


4 H 


7 17 


7 7, I S IS 


157 


i; 


Mini. 


22 11 24.3 


17,. 21 


1 35. I. MS ic.s 


1 9 


7 is 


s 56 


158 


7 




22 17 18.2 


1 I 25 


l 24.09 0. 161 17. s 


1 .i 


7 is 


ii 26 


159 


8 


Wed. 


22 5 


13.24 


1 12.88 0-473 18.8 


1 .> 


7 I! 


n M m 05 


160 


D 


Thin-. 


22 77 53.9 


12.21 


1 1.39 ii. LSI in.s 


4 .i 


7 19 


10 5] 


II 15 


161 10 


] n. 


_ :; 2 35.5 


11.23 


19.63 n. 195 




1 




II it; 




162 


11 


Sat. 


j:; <: 7,2. s 


10.21 


37. :2 


0.505 


21.8 




7 50 






163 


12 


Sun. 


15.6 


9.19 


n 25.39 


n.7,1 1 22.8 


1 s 


7 7,1 


1 in 


2 Hi 


164 


I:; 


Mon. 


23 1 1 i::.n 


s.17 


12.96 


0.522 


23.8 




7 51 


2 r: 




165 


1 ! 


Tues. 


2: , 17 17.7 


7.1 1 


n 0.35 


0.529 


24.8 








1 06 


166 


15 


\Vo<|. 23 in 56.8 


i;.i i 


12.11 


25.8 


4 8 


7 52 


1 30 


1 54 


167 


L6 Thur. 


_:; 22 ll.l 




n 27,. 2 . 










5 56 


168 


17 


Fri. 


2:; 21 0.6 


1.05 


n 38.27 0.5 1" 27.8 









t; it; 


Kill 


18 


Sat. 


23 25 25.4 


3.02 


51. 


28.8 


4 9 




7 06 


7 30 


170 


l Sun. 


23 26 2;,.! 


l. . S 


1 4.43 


0.546 


0.2 


4 9 


7 7,1 


7 20 


7 44 


171 


2n Moil. 


23 27 0.6 


0.95 


1 17.7,1 


0.546 


1.2 


4 9 


7 54 


: .i 


8 20 


172 


21 


Tues. 


23 27 10.9 


0.09 


1 30.64 


0.545 


2.2 


4 H 


7 54 


s 32 


8 56 


173 


22 


Wed. 


2:: 26 56. 1 


1.12 


1 43.71 


0.543 


3.2 




7 55 


9 08 


9 32 


174 23 


Thur. 


23 26 17.2 


2.17, 


1 56.71 


0.540 


4.2 


-t !> 


7 55 


!> 12 


10 06 


175 


21 


Fri. 


23 25 13.1 


3.18 


2 9.62 


0.536 


5.2 


-1 . 


7 55 


10 14 


10 38 


176 


25 


Sat. 


23 23 44.3 


4.21 


2 22.42 


0.530 


6.2 


4 in 


7 55 


10 54 


11 IS 


177 


26 


Sun. 


23 21 50.8 


5.24 


2 :)5.07 


0.524 


7.2 


4 10 


7 55 


11 36 





178 


27 


Mou. 


23 19 32.7 


6.27 


2 47.56 


0.516 


8.2 


4 11 


7 55 


06 


30 


179 


28 


Tues. 


23 16 50.0 


7.29 


2 59.85 


0.508 


9.2 


4 11 


7 55 


1 20 


1 44 


180 


211 


Wed. 


23 13 43.0 


8.30 


3 11.93 


0.498 


10.2 


4 12 


7 54 


2 50 


3 14 


181 


30 


Thur. 


23 10 11.5 


9.32 


3 23.77 


0.488 


11.2 


4 13 


7 54 


4 16 


4 40 



Equation of Time to be subtracted from Apparent Time to llth, and added the remainder 
of the month. 

Meteorological Register for the Month of June, 1897. 



Barometer Highest, 21st, 30.18!) ; Lowest, 2nd, 29.315 ; Mean, 30.200. Thermometer- 
Highest, 24th, 77. ; Lowest, 7th, 31. ; Mean Max. Temperature, 54.23; Mean Min. Tempera 
ture, 44.16; Mean Temperature, 49.19: Mean of Cloud, 7.4; Rainfall (inches), 3.22 ; Prevail 
ing Winds, North-east and South. 



10 



Calendar 



JULY, 1898. 



PHASES OF THE MOOX. 



Pull Moon 3rd clay, 5h. 42m., p. m. 
Last Quarter 10th day, Ih. 12m., p. in. 



New Moon ISth day, -Hi. liiin., p. in. 
First Quarter 26th day, lOh. loin., a. in. 



TTH MONTH. 
31 DAYS. 


APPARENT NOON AT GREENWK n. 


ST. JOHN S. 


f-i 

rt 
03 
(H 

"o 

I 


Day of Munth 


Day of Week. 


Sun s Declina 
tion. 


Hourly 
Variation. 


Equation of 
Time to be 
added to A. T. 


Hourly 
Variation. 


8, 

< 

CO 

5 
o 
? 


i 

Gfl 

K 
B 

00 


1 

00 

s 
c 
X 


High \Y . 






1 




m. s. 


S. 


d. i:. /a. 


p.m. 




p.m. 


182 


1 


Fri. N23 6 15.7 


10.33 


3 35.37 


u. 47s 


12.2 4 13 


7 54 


5 20 


f. 11 


183 2 


Sat. 


23 1 55.7 


11.33 


3 46.70 


0.466 


13.2 4 14 7 54 


6 10 6 34 


184 8 


Sun. 


22 57 11.7 12.33 


3 57.73 


0.453 14.2 4 14 


7 54 


6 5S 7 22 


185 


4 


Mon. 


22 52 3.8 13.33 


4 8-46 


0.441 15.2 4 If, 


7 53 


7 42 


8 06 


186 


5 


Tues. 


22 46 32.014.32 


4 18.88 


0.427 


IG.2 I 10 


7 53 


8 24 


8 48 


187 


6 


Wed. 


22 40 36.415.31 


4 28.97 


0.413 


17.2 4 16 


7 53 


8 50 


! 14 


188 


7 


Thur. 


22 34 17.216.29 


4 38.71 


0.398 


18.2 4 17 


7 52 


9 30 


9 54 


189 


.-> 


Fri. 


22 27 34.5 17.26 


4 48.09 


0.383 


ln.2 4 IS 


7 52 


10 12 


10 36 


190 


<> 


Sat. 


22 20 28.5 


18.2414 57.09 


0.367 


20.2 i l!i 


7 51 


11 03 


11 27 


191 


[o 


Sun. 


22 12 59.2 


19.205 5.70 


0.350 21.2 


4 1! 


7 51 


11 57 






192 


1 1 


Mon, 


22 5 7.0 


20.15 5 13.90 


0.333 22.2 


4 20 


7 50 


42 


1 06 


193 


12 


Tues. 


21 50 51.!) 


21.105 21.68 


0.315 


23.2 


4 21 


7 50 


1 50 


2 20 


19413 


Wed. 


21 48 14.1 


22.04 5 29.01 


0.296 24.2 


4 22 


7 49 


3 04 


3 28 


195 


i i 


Thur. 


21 39 13.9 


22. . 7 


5 35.88 


0- 276 2. .. 2 


4 22 


7 49 


3 54 


4 18 


196 


15 


Fri. 


21 29 51.4 


23.89 


5 42.28 


0.250 26.2 


4 23 


7 48 


5 40 


5- 04 


197 


16 


Sat. 


21 20 7.0 


24.80 


5 48.18 


0.235 


27.2 


4 25 


7 47 


5 24 


5 48 


198 


17 


Sun. 1 21 10 0.8 


25.71 


5 53.57 


0.214 28.2 


4 26 


7 46 




: ,2 


199 


is 


Mon. 20 59 33.0 


26.605 58.45 


0.192 29.2 


4 27 


7 45 


7 no 


7 30 


200 


L9 


Tues. 


20 48 44.0 


27.48 


6 2.78 


0.169 0.6 


t 28 


7 44 


7 34 


7 58 


201 


20 


Wed. 


20 37 33.9 


28.35 6 6.57 


0.146 1.0 


4 29 


7 43 


8 06 


8 30 


202 


21 


Thur. 


20 26 3.0 


29.22 


6 9.79 


0.122 2.6 


4 30 


7 42 





9 02 


203 


22 


Fri. 


20 14 11.5 


30.07 


6 12.44 


0.098 


4 31 


7 41 


I) 1C 


9 34 


204 


23 


Sat. 


20 1 59.8 


30.91 6 14.50 


0.074 4.6 


4 32 


7 40 


9 46 


10 10 


205 


24 


Sun. 


19 49 28.0 


31.73 


6 15.97 


0.049 5.6 


4 33 


7 39 


10 22 


10 46 


206 


25 


Mon. 


19 36 36.6 


32.55 


6 16.83 


0.023 0.0 


4 35 


7 38 


10 56 


11 20 


207 


26 


Tues. 


19 23 25.6 


33.36 


6 17. oil 


0.002 


7.6 


4 36 7 37 


11 46 




208 


27 


Wed. 


19 9 55.5 


34.15 


6 16.72 


0.028 


8.6 


4 37 


7 36 


40 


1 04 


209 


28 


Thur. 


18 56 6.4 


34.93 


6 15.74 


0.054 


9.6 


4 38 


7 35 




2 46 


210 


2 !i 


Fri. 


18 41 58.8 


35.70 


6 14.14 0.080 10.0 


4 38 


7 34 


4 00 


4 24 


211 


30 


Sat. 


18 27 32.8 


36.46 


6 11.92 


0.106 


11.6 


4 39 


7 33 


5 10 


5 34 


21231 Sun. 181248.737.216 9.07 


0.131 


12.6 


4 40 


7 32 


6 02 


6 26 



Meteorological Register for the Month of July, 1897. 



Barometer Highest on 14th, 30.253 ; Lowest, 2nd, 29.517 ; Mean, 29.822. Thermometer- 
Highest, IGth, 82. ; Lowest, 4th and 27th, .37 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 64.30 Mean Min 
Temperature, 44.31 ; Mean Temperature, 54.30 ; Mean of Cloud, 5,1; Rainfall finches ) 5 On 
Prevailing Winds, West, 



Calendar. 



11 



AUGUST, 1898. 



PHASES OP THE MOON. 

Full Moon 2nd day, Oh. 58m., a. m. I New Moon 17th day, Th. 4m., a. in. 

Last Quarter 9th day, 2h. 43m., a. m. | First Quarter 24th day, Mi. 2m., p. in. 

Full Moon 31st day, 9h. L Om., ;i in. 



STH MONTH. 
31 DAYS. 


APPARENT NOON AT GREENWICH. 


ST. JOHN S. 


H 

s 

>H 
(H 

O 

>, 

rt 

Q 


Day of Month. 


Day of Week. 


Sun s Declina 
tion. 


Hourly 
Variation. 


3^ 
a^"J 
.2 -So 

i- 

3 "3 

~ C.~ 

w^^ 

ea 


Hourly 
Variation. 


OJ 

f 

-r. 


a 


m 

2 
a 




Sun Sets. 


High W;i1 n. 








/ // 


// 


7?i.. S, 


S. 


d. 


a. m. 


]>. in. 


a. m. 


p.m. 


213 


1 


Mon. 


N17 57 40.7 37.956 5.62 


0.150 13.6 


4 4-3 


7 30 


645 


709 


214 


2 


Tues. 


17 42 27.: . :;s.c,7 i; 1.56 


0.182 


14.6 


4 437 29 


7 28 


752 


215 


3 


Wed. 


172650.539.39 556.90 


0.206 


15.64 457 27 


7 5 3 


822 


216 


4 


Tliur. 


171056.740.09551.65 


0.231 


16.64 -1C. 7 2C, 


630 




217 


5 


Fri. 


165446.1 


40.70 545.80 


0.256 


L7.64 48 


7 21 


906 


I) :;o 


218 


6 


Sal. 


1638 19.0 


41.47 539.37 


0.280 18.64 5(1 


7 22 942 


1006 


219 


7 


Sun. 


162135.7 


42.14532.370.304 19.6 


4 51 


7 20 


1031 


1055 


220 


8 


Mon. 


16 436.542.79524.80 


0.327 


20.6 


4 53 


7 18 


1120 


1144 


221 


9 


Tues. 


154721.643.445 16.66 


0.351 21.6 


4 54 


7 17 





(124 


222 10 Wed. 
223 11 Thur. 


152951.444.07."> 7.95 
1512 6.2 44.69 4 5s. 72 


o.:;74 22.6 
0.397 23.6 


4 55 
4 56 


7 15 
7 14 


1 16 
231 


140 
255 


224 


12 Fri. 


1454 6.4 


45.29448.92 


0.419 24.6 


4 57 


7 13 


327 


351 


225 


13 Sat. 143552.2 


45.89438.59 


0.442 25.6 


4 58 


7 11 


424 


448 


226 


14 Sun. 


14 1723.!) 


46.46427.72 


o. 1C426.6 


5 


7 .) 


504 


,-, 2S 


227 


15 Mori. 


135842.047.02416.32 


0.486 27.C 


5 2 


7 7 


543 


607 


228 


16 Tues. 


133946.7 


47.57 


4 4.40 


0.508 


2.8.6 


5375 


706 


730 


229 


17 Wed. 


132038.448.11 351.96 


0.529 


0.0 


5 4 


7 4 


710 


734 


230 


ISTliur. 13 117.448.63339.03 


0.549 


1.0 


5 5 


7 2 


740 


804 


231 


19 Fri. 124144.049.14325.59 


0.570 


2.0 


5 7 


7 


812 


836 


232 


20 


Sat. 


122158.749.63311.66 


0-590 3.0 


5 8 


6 58 


846 


910 


233 


21 


Sim. 


12 2 1.650.11257.25 


0.610 4.0 


5 9 


6 57 


918 


942 


234 22 


Mon. 


1141 53.2 50.58 


242.37 


0.630 5.0 


5 10 


6 55 


956 


1020 


23523 


Tues. 


1121 33.7 


51.04 


227.02 


0.649 


6.0 


5 12 


6 53 


1042 


1106 


23624 


Wed. 11 1 3.651.47 


2 11.23 


0-667 


7.0 


5 13 


6 51 


1138 





237 25 


Thur. 104023.051.90 


1 55.00 


0-685 


8.0 


5 15 


6 49 


034 


058 


238 


26 Fri. 


101932.552.31 


138.35 


0.702 


9.0 


5 16 


6 47 


2 16 


240 


23927 


Sat. 95832.252.71 


1 21.29 


0.719 


10.0 


5 18 


6 45 


358 


422 


240|28 Sun. 


93722.5 53.09 


1 3.85 


0.735 


11.0 


5 19 


6 43 


500 


524 


241 29 Mon. 


9 16 3.8 53.46046.03 


0.750 


12.0 


5 20 


6 42 


548 


612 


242 30 Tues. 


85436.2 53.83027.86 


0.764 


13.0 


5 21 


6 40 


618 


642 


24331 


Wed. 


833 0.154.18 


9.36 


0.777 


14.0 


5 22 


6 38 


702 


726 



Meteorological Register for the Month, of August, 1897. 



Barometer Highest on 17th, 30.197; Lowest, 27th, 20.523 : Mean. 30.090. Thermometer- 
Highest, ISth, 77. ; Lowest, 16th, 40. ; Mean Max. Temperature, 69.7 ; Mean Min. Tempera 
ture, 54.14 ; Mean Temperature, (51.40 ; Mean of Cloud, 4.3 ; Rainfall, 3.34 inches ; Prevailing 
Winds, West and South East. 



12 



Calendar. 



SEPTEMBER, 1898. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 



Last Quarter 7th day, 7h. 20m., ]>. in. 
New Moon 15th day, 8h. 40m., ; . in. 



First Quarter 22rd day, llh. !>m., p. m. 
Full Moon S .ith day, 7h. 41m., p. m. 



9TH MONTH. 
30 DAYS. 


APPARENT NOON AT GREENWICH. 


ST. JOHN S. 


f-v 
rt 

0> 

CM 


1 


Day of Month 


1 

o 

p 


Sun s Declina 
tion. 


Hourly 
Variations. 


Equation of 
Time to be 
subtracted 
from A. T. 


Hourly 
Variations. 


3 



r~. 


CO 

5 
a 
-7. 


Sun Sets. 


Ilifjli Water. 








/ // 


,. m. s. 


*. d. 


a.m. 


p.m. a. m. 


p. m. 


244 


1 


Thur. 


N8 11 15.7 54.51i 9.45 


0.790 15.0 


524 


036 736 


800 


245 


2 


Fri. 74923.4 54. s4 028.55 


o 80] 16.(> 


525 


634 820 


844 


246 


3 


Sat. 72723.4 55.15 047.!)! 


0.812 17." 


526 


632 842 


906 


247 


4 


Sun. 7 5 16.0 55.45 1 7.52 


0.822 18.0 


528 


<; no !i 2-1 


948 


248 


5 


Mon. 


643 1.655.74 127.36 


0.831 19.0 


5 I !) 


628 10 11 


1035 


249 


i 


Tues. 


62040.456.02 147.41 


0.839 20.n 


531 


626 1058 


1122 


250 


7 


Wed. 


558 12.8 56.28 2 7.64 


0.84621.0 


532 


624 11 58 





251 


E 


Thur. 


53539.2 56.52 1 228.04 


0.853 -2-2 ii 


533 


622 045 


109 


252 


9 


Fri. 51259.856.76 248.59 


0.859 23.0 


534 


620 201 


225 


253 


1C Sat. 450 14.9 56. Its 3 9.28 


0.86424.0 


536 


616 306 


330 


254 


11 Sim. 


42725.057.18 330.08 


0.86925.0 


537 


616 358 


422 


255 


l-l Mon. 


4 430.4 57.37 350.97 


0.872 26.0 


538 


614 4 42 


506 


256 


13 Tues. 


341 31.4 57.54 411.94 


O.S75 27.0 


540 


612 520 


544 


257 


14 Wed, 31828.457.70 432.93 


0.877 28.0 


541 


610 558 


622 


-25- 15 Thur. 


25521.7 


57.85 


4 54.06 


0.879 29.0 


542 


f- s 706 


730 


259 16 Fri. 


232 11.7 


57.98 


5 15.17 


0.880 0.4 


543 


(i (1 7 20 


744 


260 17 Sat. 


2 858.8 


58.09 


536.29 


0.880 1.4 


5 45 


6 4 7 54 


818 


261 


18 Sun. 


14543.2 


58.20 557.41 


0.879 2.4 


546 


6 2 830 


854 


262 19 Mon. 


12225.4 58.28 


6 18.50 


O.S78 


3.4 


! 548 


6 906 


930 


263 20 Tues. 


059 5.7 


58.35 


639.56 


0.876 


4.4 


5 50 5 57 


948 


1012 


26421 Wed, 


03544.4 58.41 


7 0.56 


0.874 


5.4 


551 


555 


1040 


1104 


26522 


Thur. 


NO 1222.0 58.45 


721.49 


0.870 


6.4 


5 ~,-2 


553 1141 





26623 


Fri. 


SOU 1.3 


58.48 


742.33 


0.866 7.4 


5 54 


551 


042 


106 


267 24 Sat. 


03425.1 


58.49 


8 3.06 


0.861 8.4|555|549 


2 24 


248 


268 25 Sun. 


05749.0 


58.49 


823.66 


0.855 


9.4556547 


346 


410 


269 26 .Mon. 


121 12. S 


58.48 


844.10 


0.848 


10.4557 


546 


444 


508 


27027 


Tues. 


14436.1 


58.45 


9 4.36 


0.840 11.4558 


544 


530 


554 


271 28 Wed. 


2 758.5 


58.41 


924.42 


0.831,12.46 0541 


608 


632 


272 29 Thur. 


231 19.9 


58.36 


944.25 


O.S21 13.46 1 


539 


644 


708 


273 30Fri. 


25439.8 


58.29 10 3.83 


0.810 1 14.4 ! 6 3537 


7 18 


742 



Meteorological Register for the Month of September, 1897. 



Barometer Highest on 23rd, 30.359; Lowest, ISth, 29.444 ; Menu, 21i.i ,O2. Thermometer 
Highest, 23rd, 71. ; Lowest, ISth, 34.; Mean Max. Temperature, 01. 7; Mean Min. Tempera 
ture, 50.1; Mean Temperature, 5j.O; Mean of Cloud, 5.9; Rainfall, 5.66 inches ; Prevailin" 1 
Winds, South and West, 



Calendar. 



13 



OCTOBER, 1898. 



PHASES OP THE MOON. 



Last Quarter 7th day, L h. :;."im., p. in. 
New Moon 15th day, iili. (im., u. m. 



First Quarter 22nd <\:<y, .".h. 30m., a. in. 
Full Moon 2!ith day, ,xli. 4Mii., u. in. 



; 










31 DAYS. 


ArTAKENT NOON AT GREEW.en. 


ST. JOB 


rt 

V 


| 

3 
--, 


x 

03 

V 

fe 


.Sun s Decli- 


>.% 

- ^3 


l- 2 !^ 

.3g<i 


*J 

f- +3 




CD 


in 






o 


_ 


CM 

o 


antion. 


O a 

- E 


^2is 


Z TI 

c -r 


L 


5 


g 


lli.^ h 


Watr) . 


OJ 

O 


o 

I 


1 




K ~ 
> 


gj-si 

[jq H a: C 


w| 


o 

o 


C 

& 


DO 












// / 


// 


til. S. 


s. 


d. 


a. in. 


p.m. 




} . III. 


274 


i 


Sat. ;S3175S.O 


58.2] 


10 23.14 


0.798 


15,1 


1 


5 35 


7 54 


8 IS 


275 


2 Sun. 34114.1 


58.12 


10 12.14 0.785 


L6.4 o o 




830 


s 54 


276 


3Mon. 4 427.8 


58.0] 


1 I 0.82 


0.771 


17. 40 7 


531 


9 1 1 


935 


277J 4 


Tiles. 


42738.7 


57.89 


1 1 19. loo.75i; 


L8.4 o 9 


". .) v 


9 51 


1015 


27.S 


5 Wed. 


45040.. ) 57.75 


11 37.130.74] 


19. i i; 10 


527 


I04U 


11 04 


279 


6 Thur. 51350.857.60 


N 54.71 0.724 20.40 12 


5 2 I 


1 1 30 





280 


7 Fri. 53651.357.431211.^o.7oi; 21.41613 


5 23 


1 1 


038 


2si s Sat, 55947.557.251228.610.688 


22.4 o I : 


5 2 1 




1 4S 


282 


9 Sun. 


022 1)9.2 57.o;, 


12 44.9iMi.009 


10 




2 26 


250 


283 


10 MOM. 045 2:.. 9 50. s3 


13 o.72 


0.049 


24.4 17 


5 17 


3 28 


3 52 


284 


11 


Tues. 7 8 7. -2 


56.60 


13 Hi. 04 0.628 25.4 1- 


5 I 5 




438 


285 


12 \\Y,l. 73042.756.351330.870.607 26.4619 


5 1 1 


500 




286 


13 Thur. 7 53 12. 1 


56.09 13 45.17 0.585 27.4 (121 




538 


002 


287 


14 Fri. 8 15 35.0 55 


13 5^.93 


0.562 28.4 o 22 


5 10 


is 


042 


288 15Sat. 


837 " 0.9 55.5] 


14 12.14 


0.539 29.3 


624 


5 s 


700 


730 


289 


1C Nun. 85959.555.19 


14 24.78 


0.515 


0.8 


626 


5 5 


742 


806 


290 


17 MOM. 922 0.2 54.86 14 36.85 


0.490 


1.8 


27 


5 4 


S22 


846 


291 


18 Tues. 9 43 52.9 54.52 14 4s. 32 


0.465 


2.8 


629 


5 2 


904 


928 


292 


19 Wed. 


10 537.054.15 


14 59.190.440 


3.8 


830 


5 (i 


9 52 


1016 


293 


20 Thur. 


1027 12.1 


53.77 


15 9.44 


0.414 


-l.s 


632 




1040 


1104 


294 


21 Fri. 


10 48 37. s 53.37 


15 19.00 


0.387 


5.8 633 


450 


1144 





295 22 Sal. 


11 9 53.8 52.95 15 28.04 0.300 6.8 35 


454 


036 


100 


296 


23 Suil. U 30 59.0 52.52 If, 36.36 0.332 


7.8636 




200 


230 


297 


24 MOM. 115154.952.081544.000.304 s.s638 


451 


308 


332 


298 


25 Tues. 12 12 39.2 51.61 15 50.96 0.275 


9.8 


639 


449 


410 


434 


299 


26 Wed. 123312.251.131557.200.245 


l n g 


640 


448 


4 5s 


522 


300 


27 


Thur. 125333.650.64116 2.73 


0.215 


1 1.8 642 


440 


546 


610 


301 


28 


Fr . 131342.8 ; 50.13 16 7.520.184 


12.8 643 


445 


62] 


645 


302 


29 Sat. ; 13 33 39.7 49.60 16 11.55 0.152 


13.8 645443 


656 


720 


303 


30 Sun. 13 53 23.7 49.00 16 14.81 


0.120 


14.8 647 


441 


736 


800 


304 


31 


MOM. 14 12 54.5 48.50 16 17.29 0.087 


15.S 648 


439 


8 14 


838 


Meteorological Register for the Month of October, 1897. 



Barometer Highest on 17th, 30.399; Lowest on 12th, 2S.S1G ; Mean, 2fi.S".7. Thermo 
meter Highest on 17th, (i J. ; Lowest on 12th, 24. ; Mean Max. Temperature, 47.1 ; Mean Min. 
Temperature, 35.2; Mean Temperature, 41.2; Mean of Cloud, 5.7; Rainfall, 3.69 inches ; 
Prevailing Winds, North-east and North. 



14 



Calendar. 



NOVEMBER, 1898. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 



st Quarter (5th day, lOli. ."Sni., a. in. 
W Moon 13th day, Sli. aim., p. in. 



First Quarter 20th day, Ih. 35m., p. m. 
Full Moon 2Sth day, Hi. 8m., a. in. 



HTH MONTH. 
30 DA vs. 


APPARENT NOON AT GREENWICH. 


ST. JOHN S. 


Day of Year. 


Day of Monti). 


Day of Week. 


Sun s Di clina- 
tion. 


Hourly 
Variation. 


Equation of 
Time to be 
subtracted 
from A. T. 


[fuurly 
Variation. 


MUUH S Age. 


Sun Kises. 


Sun Sets. 


High 


Water. 








/ // // 


m. s. 


S. 


d. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


305 


1 


Tues. 


S14 32 11. 7 47.93 16 18.97 


0.053 


16.8 


650 


437 


854 918 


306 


2 Wed. 


1451 14.947.33 16 19.83 


0.019 17.8 


652 


435 


9361000 


307 


3 Tlmr. 


15 ]() ;>,. 7 4(1.72 Ki 19.88 


0.015 


18.8 


653 


4 :;i 10 18 


1042 


308 


4 


Fri. 152837.746.10 16 19.10 


0.050 


19.8 


655 


4:12 11 <>2 


1126 


309 


5 


Sat. 15 46 56.4 45.45 1(5 17.47 


0.086 


20.8 


656 


431 O. r >4 




310 


6 SHU. 


16 459.544.80 16 14.99 


0.121 


21.8 


657 


430 030 


054 


311 


7| Mon. 


162246.6|44.12 16 11.66 


0.157 


22.8 


659 


42!) 136 


200 


312 


S Tues. 


164017.243.4316 7.47 


0.193 


23.8 


7 o 


428 236 


300 


313 


9 Wed. 


1657 : ,(>. - 42.71 16 2.42 


0.228 


24.8 


7 2 


42(1 334 


358 


314 


10 Tlmr. 171427.2 


41.98 


15 56.51 


0.264 


25.8 


7 3 


425 424 


448 


315 


11 Fri. 1731 5.9 


41.23 


15 49.73 


0.300 


26.8 


7 5 


423 513 


537 


316 12 Sat. 


174726.4 


40.47 


15 42.09 


0.336 


27.8 


7 6 


422 600 


624 


31713^- 1U 18 328.439.69 


15 33.59 


0.372 


28.8 


7 8 


421 


706 


730 


318 14 Mon. 18 19 11.5 38.89 15 24.23 


0.407 


0.4 


710 


4 l!t 732 


756 


319 15!Tues. 


183435.1 


38.07 


15 14.03 


0.442 


1.4 


711 


418 


814 


838 


320 16 Wed 


184939.0 


37.24 


15 3.00 


0.477 


2.4 


712 


417 846 


910 


321 


1 " Tlmr. 


19 422.8 


36.40 


14 51.14 


0.511 


3.4 


714 


4169 38 


1002 


322 


18 


Fri. 191846.1 


35.53 


14 38.47 


0.545 


4.4 


716 


415 1036 


1100 


323 


19 


Sat. 193248.4 


34.65 


14 24.99 


0.578 


5.4 


717 


414 


1132 


11 56 


324 


20 


Suu. 194029.533.76 


14 10.71 


0.611 


6.4 


719 


4 13 


004 


028 


325 


21 


Mon. 195948.832.85 


13 55.65 


0.644 


7.4 


720 


412 


120 


144 


326 


22 


Txies. 


201246.231.92 


13 39.81 


0.676 


S.4 


722 


411 


236 


300 


327 


23 


Wed. 


202521.2 30.99 


13 23.20 


0.708 


9.4 


723 


410 


334 


358 


328 


24 


Tlmr. 20 37 33.5 30.03 


13 5.83 


0.739 


10.4 


725 


4 9 430 


454 


329 


25 Fri. 204922.829.071247.71 


0.770 


11.4 


726 


4 8 


514 


538 


330 


26 


Sat. 21 048.7 


28.07 


12 28.86 


0.801; 


12.4 


727 


4 8 5 56 


620 


331 


27 


Sun. 21 1151.1 


27.10 


12 9.28 


0.831 


13.4 


729 


4 71 636 


700 


332 


28 


Mon. 212229.5 


26.09 


11 48.99 


0.860 


14.4 


730 


4 (1 716 


740 


333 


29 


Tues. 213243.825.08 


11 28.00 


0.889 


15.4 


731 


4 6 


748 


8 12 


334 30 Wed. 


214233.224.05 


11 6.33 


0.91716.4 


733 


4 5 820 


844 



Meteorological Register for the Month of November, 1898. 



Barometer Highest on 20th, 30.563 ; Lowest, 10th, 28.908 ; Mean, 29.VSS. Thermometer 
Highest, 53. ; Lowest, 13. ; Mean Max. Temperature, 40.9 ; Mean Min. Temperature "S 19 
Menu Temperature, 34.14; Mean of Cloud, 7.8; Rainfall (inches), 5.33- Pn-viiliu" winds 
South and North-east. 



Calendar. 



15- 



DECEMBER, 1898. 



Last Quarter Cth day, lib. 35m., a. m. 
New Moon 13th day, sli. 12in., a. m. 



PHASES OP THE MOON. 

First Quarter 1 Jth day, llli. .v_ini., |,. in. 
Full Moon L Tth day, Sli. MIL, \>. in. 



12TH MONTH. 

31 DAYS. 


APPARENT Xoox AT Giu:r:,v> n -n. 


s 
| 

; -_ 

\ I 

- 


i . Jon . 
/. 

II l-ll \Vatrl. 


Day of Year. 


Day uf Month. 


Day of Week. 


bun s Hc-ciin, !- 
tion. 


Hourly 

Variation. 


fe 

5 "- 

SP 
a 1 
K 


1 1 i\rly 
Variation. 


335 


1 


Thur. 


/ // 

S21 5157.9 


// 

2:\. oo 


TO. S. 

1043.99 


*. 

0.944 


,!. 
17.4 


a.m. p.m. a. m. p. ///. 
7344 5 856 it 20 


33(5 


-1 Kri. -l-l 057.4 21. .;-> 1021.00 


o. .i71 


i : 


7 35 -1 1 .) :: 


1002 


337 
338 
339 

340 


3 Sat. ; 22 931.:. 
4 Sum. 22 17 4(). (i 
5|Mon. 22 2.-) 22.:. 
(i - : ues. 22323S.7 


20.89 
19.8] 
18.72 
17.62 


957.39 
933.17 
.) 8.36 

842.IM) 


0.996 
1.02] 
L.045 
1.068 


1!). 1 

20.4 
21.4 

22. 1 


736 ! ! 1020 
737,4 Ml 00 

. Ml 50 
1 -I 022 


ML ! 
046 


341 


7 


Wed. 223928.5 


16.52 


8 17.09 


I.ODO 


23.4 


7-lo i 3 1 32 


I 56 


342 


8 


Thur. 224551.615.40 750.66 


1.111 


24.4 


7414 :; 2-lo 


304 


343 


i) 


Fri. 225147.8 14.2N 723.78 


1.130 


25.4 


742 ! 3 350 


4 14 


344 


10 


Sat. 225716.9 


13.14 656.44 


L.148 


26. i 


743 


44.-. 


509 


345 
346 


11 
12 


Sun. 

Mon. 


23 2 18-7 
2:1 (153.1 


12.00 62 
10.861 6 0.54 


1.165 

- i 


27. i 741 i :; :. 40 
28.4 745 1 :: C24 


604 


347 


13 Tars. 23 1<> ",!).! 9.70 


532.o:. 


L.194 


0.0 7 46 3 7 or, 


730 


348 


14 


Wed. 2:>, 1438.9 


8.55 


5 3.25 


1.206 


1.0717 -! :; 7 r,2 


8 ic, 


349 


15 


Thur. 


2:; 17 50.2 


7.39 


1 34.17 


L.216 


2.0 7 48 


4 3 


- -11 


.Mi:, 


350 


L6 


Fri. 


232033.4 


6.22 


4 4>7 


1.225 


3.0749 


4 3 


922 


946 


351 
352 


17 
18 


Sat. 232248.6 
Sim. 232435.7 


5.05 

3.88 


335.37 

3 5.72 


1.232 
L.23! 


4.0 750 
5.0 750 


4 : : 

4 4 


1000 
1048 


1024 
11 12 


353 


ll> 


.Mini. 232554.6 


2.70 235.95 


1.242 


6.0 7.31 


4 4 


1 1 39 





354 


20 


Tues. 


232645.3 


1.52 


2 6.09 


1.245 


7.0 


751 


4 .1 




044 


355 
356 


21 

22 


Wed. 
Thur. 


2327 7.6 
2327 1.7 


0.34 
0.84 


136.18 
1 6.25 


1.247 
1.247 


8.0 1 52 
9.0 7 52 


-1 5 
4 (i 


1 30 

2 :; 


1 54 
302 


357 

358 
359 


23 Fri. 

24 Sat. 

25 Sim. 


232627.5 
232525.1 
232354.4 


2.01 
3.19 
4.36 


036.33 
6.45 


1.246 

1.2413 

1.239 


10.0 
11.0 

12.0 


7 52 
753 

753 


4 7 

4 7 


346 

440 
526 


410 
504 
550 


023.35 


360 


26 


Mon. 


232155.6 


5.54 


053.04 


1.235 


13.0 


753 


4 9 


600 


630 


361 
362 


27Tues. 
2* Wed. 


231928.5 
231633.4 


6.71 

7.88 


1 22.61 
1 52.00 


1.228 
1.220 


14.0 
15.0 


754 
754 


4 9 
410 


645 

720 


709 

744 


363 


29 Thur. 


231310.3 


9.04 


221.19 


1.212 


16.0 


754 


411 


756 


820 


364 


30 


Fri. 


23 919.3 


10.20 


250.16 


1.202 


17.0 


754 


412 


828 


852 


365 


31 


Sat. 


23 5 0.5 


11.36 


318.88 


1.191 


18.0754413 900 


924 


Equation of Time to be subtracted from Apparent Time to 24tli, and added the remainder 
of the month. 



Meteorological Register for the Month of December, 1896. 

Barometer Highest on 5th, 30.306; Lowest, 10th, 28.603; Mean, 29.114. Thermometer 
Highest, 10th, 47.0; Lowest, 26th, 1.0 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 31.19 : Mean Min. Tempera 
ture, 15.0 ; Mean Temperature, 25.9; Mean of Cloud, 7.2; Rainfall (inches), 2.07 ; Prevailing 
Winds, North and North-east. 



16 Tin- Jfni/n/ Finn Hi/. 



Her M , -i jo ty VICTORIA, by the Grace of <!(>[>, i.l the United Kingdom 
of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Kaith, Empress of 
India, born 24th May, 1819 ; succeeded to the Throne 20th June, 1837 ; 
crownnl 2sth .Imie, 1838; married 10th February, 1840, to liis late b oyal 
Highness, Francis ALBERT Augustus Charles Emmanuel PIUM i: CONSORT, 
Duke of Saxony, Prince of Cobtirg and Gotha, who wa> born JCtli August, 
1819, and died 14th December, 1861. Her Majesty s children 

1. H. R. H. VICTORIA Adelaide Mary Louisa, PRINCESS ROYAL, born 
21st November, 1840; married 2.~>th January, l^S; to H. I. H. the 
Crown Prince of Germany : .-uh.-e (1 uentl\ Kmperor of Germany, and who 
died |r>tli June, 1888. 

2. H. R. H. ALBERT EDWARD, Prinee <>[ Wale-, Duke of Saxony, 
( !ormvall, and Rothesay, Karl of Dublin, &e.,born !th uf November, 1841 ; 
HiitrriedlQtb M;nvli, Isc:-!, to Princess Alexandra, eldest daughter of the 
King of Deiiinai-L, and has had issnc 

1. Albert Victor Christian Edward, 6om 8th .l.-umai v, lsi;4 ; died 

14th January, 1892. 

2. delude. Duke of York, 6001 3rd June, isf;.~) ; married <!ih July, 

1893, to Victoria Maiy of Teck. 

3. Louisa, In, ni 20th Febraary, 18G7. 

4. Victoria, born 6th July, 1868. 

5. Maud, born 26th November, 1869. 

6. Alexander, born 6th April, tUctl 7th April, 1871. 

3. H. R. H. ALICI: Maud Mary, l>ni 2.")th April, 1S43 : married l.-i 
July, 1862, to H.. R. H. Louis IV. Grand Duke of Hesse ; died 14th 
December, 1878. 

4. H. E. H. ALFRED Ernest Albert, Duke of Edinburgh, and Duke 
of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, born 6th August, 1844 ; married 23rd January, 
1874, to the Grand Duchess Marie of Russia, and has issue 1. Alfred, 
born Oct., 1874 ; 2. Marie, born Oct., 1875 ; 3. Victoria Melita, born 
Nov., 1876 ; 4. Alexandra, born Sept., 1878 ; and 5. Beatrice, born 
April, 1884. 

5. H. R. H. HELENA Augusta Victoria, born 25th May, 1846 ; married 
5th July, 1866, to Prince Frederick Christian of Schleswig-Holstein. 

6. H. R. H. LOUISE Carolina Alberte, born 18th March, 1848 ; married 
21st March, 1871, to the Marquis of Lome. 

7. H. R. H. ARTHUR William Patrick Albert, Duke of Connaught, 
born 1st May, 1850 ; married 13th March, 1879, to Princess Louise Mar 
guerite, daughter of the late Prince Frederic Charles of Prussia (The Ked 



1 

- 






Tin . British Ministry. 17 



Prince), and lias issue Margaret, born Jan., 1882; Arthur, born Jan., 1883; 
Victoria Patricia, hor,, March, 1886. 

II. II H. LEOPOLD George Duncan Albert, Duke of Albany, horn 
7th April, 1853; married 27th April, 1882, to the Priu.v I Mm daughter 
<>f the Prince of Waldeckj died i^lli .Maid), 1884. Issue-Alice Mary, 
bom Feb., 1883; Leopold Charles, present Dnkr ,>\ Albany, ZWH 1.0th 
July, 1884. 

H. I!. II. BEATRICK Man Victoria Fedora, 6om 14th April, 1857; 
married i : ,rd July, L885, to Prince Henry Maurice of Battenlmrg, who 
dial Jan., 1896. Issue Alexander, born 23rd November, 1886; Victoria 
Eug. nii- Julia Kna. born 24th October, 1887; Leopold Arthur Lewis, 
21>t May, 1889; and Maurice Victor Dmiald, born : .rd October, 1891. 



CIjc 



Prime Minister and Secretary for Foreign Affairs Marquis of Salisbury. 

L< n -:l President of the Council Duke of Devonshire. 

Lord High Chancellor Lord Halsburv. 

Lord I fii u Seal- -Viscount Cross. 

Clniinrllor of tin Hurl,!/ of Lancu i i Lord James. 

Chancellor of the ExchequerSir Michael Hicks-Beach. 

Secretary of State for Home A/airs Sir Matthew White Ridley. 

Secretary of State for the Colonies Mi: J. Chamberlain. 

Secretary of State for War Marquis of Lansdowin-. 

Secretary of State for IndiaLord George Hamilton. 

First Lord of the TreasuryMr. A. J. Balfour. 

First Lord of the Admiralty Mr. J. G. Goschen. 

President of the Board of Trade Mr. C. T. Ritchie. 

President of the Local Government Board Mr. Henry Chaplin. 

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Earl Cadogan. 

Lord Chancellor for Ireland Lord Ashboume. 

Secretary for Scotland Lord Balfour of Burleigh. 

[The above are members of the Cabinet. ] 
postmaster General Duke of Norfolk. 
Chief Secretary for Ireland Mr. Gerald Balfour. 

Attorney General for Ireland Mr. John Atkinson, Q.C. 
C 



18 Newfoundland Departmental Officers. 

COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Population (with Labrador), 302,040; Capital ST. JOHN S: Pop. 39,007. 

Governor, Gommander-in- Chief and Vice-Admiral orcr tin 1 

Island and its Dependencies : 
SIR HERBERT HARLEY MURRAY, K. C. B. 

Private Secretary : 
Captaii. John Henry \Villes Southey (Royal Berkshire Regiment). 

Orderly James Carter. 
Office Lours 10 to 3. 



f)c jcccutibc Council 

HnS JDcpartmcntal Officers. 

Premier and Attontrii General Hon. Sir James S. Winter, Q. C ., K.C.M.G.- 
Colonial Secretary Hon. J. Alexander Robinson. 
Receiver General Hon. Albert B. Morine. 
Hon. Michael H. Carty. 
" George Shea. 
" Charles Dawe. 
" Abraham Keau. 

Clerk to the Executive Council Hon. J. Alexander Robinson. 
[The above form the Executive Council.] 

Thomas C. Duder, Surveyor General. 

William Woodford, Chairman Board of Work*. 



The Hon. Ed. D. Shea, President. 

" Thomas Talbot, 

" Jamss McLoughlan, 

" G. T. Rendell, 

" James Angel, 

" John Harris, 

" Dr. George Skeltou, 



i Council. 

The Hon. Capt. Samuel Blandford r 
" G. Knowling, \ \ 

Daniel J. Greene, Q. C. 

J. Alexander Robinson, 
" Edgar R. Bowring, 
" James Baird, 
" John B. Ayre. 



Clerk Rugh H. Carter. 

Acting Master -in-Cliancery 

Usher of the Black EodW. F. Rennie. 

Official Reporters 

Door-keeper Edward Morris. 

Assistant Messenger and Door-keeper George Scott. 



House of Assembly. 



ISA 



of 

(ELECTED OCTOBER 2SiH, 1897.) 
Number of Districts, 18 ; Number of Members, 36. 



Speaker 



; Chairman of Committees 



1. Bay-de-Verd. Two members. 
(Population, 9,708; Voters, 2,325.) 

A. Kean 1035 

W. P. Rogerson 1013 

H. J. B. Woods 829 

M. T. Knight 784 

Votes rolled, 1883. 

2. Bonavista. Three member*. 
(Population, 17,849 ; Voters, 4,809.) 

D. Blandford 2524 

J. Cowan ... ... 2519 

J. A. Robinson 2384 

Dr. J S. Tait 829 

A. Martin ... ... ... ... 7>^ s 

J. Blandford 767 

Votes polled, 3345. 

3. Burgee and La Poile. One member. 

(Population, 6,471 ; Voters, 1,537.) 
H. Y. Mott 635 

James Murray ... ... ... 440 

Votes polled, 1075. 

4. Burin. Two members. 
(Population, 9,059 ; Voters, 2,329. 



Sir James S. Winter, Q.C.... 



1072 



J. E. Lake 1012 



578 



577 



//. Gear 

II . B. Payn 

Votes polled, 1688. 

5. Carbonear. One member. 
(Population, 5,765 ; Voters, 1,448.) 

W. Duff 537 

A Penney 502 

Votes polled, 1039. 

6. Ferryland. Two members. 
(Population, 5,853 ; Voters, 1,585.) 

M. P. Cashin 809 

G. Shea ... 677 

M. W. Furlong 512 

J. W. White 283 

M. E. Condon 245 

Votes polled, 1377. 

7. Fogx>. One member. 
(Population, 6,700 ; Voters, 1,763.) 

T. C. Duder 719 

F. C. Earle 464 

Votes polled, 1183. 

8. Fortune Bay. One member. 

{Population, 7,671 ; Voters, 1,953. 

H. R. Hay ward 780 



J. J. Pitman 

Votes polled, 1254. 



474 



9. Harbor Grace. Three members. 
(Population, 13,881 ; Voters, 2,946.) 

W. H. Horwood, Q. C 1073 

E. Dawe 1060 

W. A. Oke 1050 

H . \\ anl 915 

II. Dawe 902 

A. G. Munn 861 

D. J. Greene 247 

Votes polled, 2239. 

10. Harbor Main. Two members. 
(I opulali.m, 9,189; Voters, 2,345.) 

T. ,T. St. John ... 1038 
\v. Woodford 101S 

F. J. Morris 

H. AfacDonnell 599 

Votes polled, 1751. 

11. Placentia and St. Mary s. 

Tllivr liIrlllbtTS. 

(Population, 12,S01 ; Voters, li.M. ..) 

W. J. S. Donnelly . ... 1769 

It. r.ilhihan ... 1707 

M. H. Carty... 1704 

R. T. MfUnitlt 1005 

/ . ./. Scott, V- C 930 

IT. / . </Av,7/// 894 

Votes polled, 27f>3. 

12. Port-de-Grave. One member. 
(Population, 7,986 ; Voters, 1,872.) 

C. Dawe 905 

./. A. < lift 390 

Votes polled, 1295. 

13. St. Barbe. One member. 
(Population, 6,690; Voters, 1,654.) 

A. Bradshaw! 611 

A. A. Par xi * us ... ... ... 355 

Votes polled, 966. 

14. St. George. One member. 
(Population, 6,632 ; Voters, 1,844.) 

M. P. Gibbs 599 

M. A. Devine 447 

J. R. Haysf. 329 

Votes polled, 1375. 

15. St. John s East. Three members. 

[Population, 20,776 ; Voters, 4,611.] 
J. P. Fox 1973 

T. J. Murphy 1720 

L. O B. Furious; 1577 



K. Shea 

R. J. Parsons 



1531 

1478 



1SB 



House of Assembly. 



P. J. O Xeil 1401 

T. Keating 669 

Votes polled, 3633. 

16. St. John s West. Three members. 

[Population, 15,251 ; Voters, 3,871.] 
JK. P. Morris, Q. C. .. 1752 

J. C. Tessier 1610 

J. J. Callauau 1588 

T. M. White 1461 

(- . Kyan 1418 

J. Chafe 1371 

Votes polled, 3174. 

!? Trinity. -Three members. 

[Population, 19,872 ; Voters, 4,733.] 

R. S. Bremner 2507 

R. Watson ... 2317 



L. March 2186 

Right Hon. Sir W. V. lV/<itewa>/, 

<i. C. 1317 

G. IV. Gushue 1250 

(/. M. Johnson, Q. C. 1229 

Votes polled, 3734. 

18. Twillingate. 

Three members. 
[Population, 16,780 ; Voters, 4,336.] 

R. Bond 1865 

D. Browning 1688 

A. Goodridge 1674 

O. Roberts 1615 

A. /;. Marine 1606 

J. II. Tarerner 1447 

Votes polled, 3423. 



XOTE. The population given is that of the Census of 1S91. The voters <!<> not include 
those on the Supplementary Lists, which hail not come in at time of publication. The votes 
polled do not include ballots rejected when counting. 



By-EIections, November zqth, 1897. 



^To_Iill the vacancies caused by the acceptance of office of the Hon. Sir James S. Winter, 
Q.C.. K.C.M.G., Hon. J. A. Eobinson (also appointed to the Legislative Council), T. C. Duder 
and W. Woodford: Hon. Sir Jas. S. Winter, Attorney General ; Hon. A. B. .Mnrine, Receiver 
General! T. C. Duder, Surveyor General ; and W. \V,,o,lford, Chairman U.,;id .,f Works, were 
elected without opposition for the Districts of Burin. Bonavista, Fogo and Harbor Main 
respectively. 

House of Assembly. 

(Alphabetically arranged, giving names of District for which each member is returned.) 



1 Blandford, D., OH<< 
2 Bond, R., TwUHngate. 
3 Bradshaw, A., St.*./, 

4 Bremner, R. S.. Tri 

5 Browning, D., Tvrillingate. 

>> Callahan, R., Phi . . ,1/i!/-i/ s. 

7 Callanan, J. J., St. John s JIYsf. 

5 Carty, M. H.. /"/ 

9 Cashin, 31. P., Fn-riihnvl. 
10 Cowan, J., /;,. Mvista. 

11 Dawe, C., Port-cJe-r, , 

12- Dawe, E., Harbor i 

18 Donnelly, W. J. S., Placenti,<\(- *t. 

14 Duder, T., Fogo. 

15 Duff, W., Carbo 

16 Furlong, L. O B., St. Join s E,<st. 
17 Fox, J. P., St. John s East. 

18 Gibb, M. P., St. George. 



10 Goodridge, A., Tv->Uiiv:iat,\ 

20 Hayward, H. R., 

21 Horwood, W. H., Q. C., fl 

22 Kean, A.. Bay-de-Verd. 

23 Lake, J. E., J: 

24 3Iaivh. I. 

ine, A. B., Bonavista. 
26 Morris, E. P., Q. C., M. John s I1Y.<(. 
27 3Iott, H. \., Burgeo ,, lt ,l ;,., I nile. 
28 Murphy, T. J., St. John s K .--t. 
23 Oke, W. A., // 
30 Rogerson, W. P., En>/. t lc-l cr<l. 
31 Shea, G., Fen--, 
32 St. John, J. J., Harbor M 
33 Tessier, J. C., St. John s ir,*t. 
34 Watson, R., Tr 
35 Winter. Sir J. S., Q. C., ;: 
3(i Woodford, W., Harbor Mnin. 



A Representative Assembly was first granted to this Colony in 1S32, under the Governor 
ship ot Sir THOMAS COCHRAKE. By the Constitution nine Districts were established returning 
fifteen members, who were to hold their seats during Her Majesty s pleasure. In 1S3S the 
Members of the Assembly were elected for four years, and this term has been adhered to since 
that date In 18o4, upon the granting of Responsible Government, the number of members was 
increased, at the instance of the Imperial Government, to thirty. In 1S74 the membership 
was further increased to thirty-one, by the addition of one member to the number of those 
representing the District of Twillingate and Fogo. In 1SS2 the number of members was in 
creased to thirty-three, by the erection of St. George and St. Barbe into Districts with one 
member each In 1885, after the publication of the Census of 1S84, a partial re-distribution 
took place The District of Twillingate and Fogo was divided, Twillingate retainin" three 
members, Fogo was given one. Bay-de-Verd, which was made to include a part of Trinity 
District, was allowed an additional member, as was also Harbor Grace. These alterations 
increased the number of members to thirty-six. 



Government Offices. 19 



OBotocrmmnt 

[See Appendix for changes or appointments made since following was printed.] 
COLONIAL SECRETARY S OFFICE. 

COLONIAL BUILDING. 
OFFICE HOURS : 10 a. in. to 3 p. in. 

Colonial Secretary Hon. J. Alexander Robinson. 

Chief Clerk F. C. Berteau, J. P. 

Second Clerk E. W. Pilot, 

Financial Clerk A. Mews. 

Tpyewriter James J. Dunphy. 

Messenger Charles Brocklehnrst. 

RECEIVER GENERAL S DEPARTMENT. 

Treasury. 

OFFICES: CUSTOM^ I .i n.nixcs. 
OFFICE HOURS : 10 ;i. in. t<> :$ p. in. 

Receiver General Hon. Alfred B. Morine. 
First Clerk G. F. Hay ward. 
Second Clerk J. S. Keating. 

Public Debt Office Treasury. 

1 ni crest on Debentures paid nn 2nd day of Jaiuiary and l.-t day of 
July, those days not being Sunday.-. 

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. 

OFFICES : CUSTOM HOUSE, WATER STREET. 

OFFICE HOURS : ST. JOHN S 10 a. m. to 3 p. in. 

Board of Revenue. The Receiver General, President; Hubert K. Bishop, 
John V. U Dea, John Bnllev Ayre, J. Charles Marshall, and Thomas 
M. White. Secretary H. W. LeMessurier. 

Assistant Collector H. W. LeMessurier. 

Inspector of Customs J. O Reilly. 

First Clerk and Warehouse Keeper J Ames Cormark. 

Second Clerk and Cashier Ethelbei t Colton. 

Third Clerk E. M. White. 

Fourth Clerk Alfred Vincent. 

Fifth Clerk J. S. Peyton. 

Consolidating Department. 
Statistical Clerk W. R, Stirling 
Assistant Statistical Clerk A. H. Whitely. 

Department of the Landing Surveyor : 

Landing and Tide Surveyor J. H. Watson. 

First Landing Waiter J. H. Noonan. 

Second Landing Waiter H. J. Watts. 

Third Landing Waiter A. LeMessurier. 

Clerk in Landing and Tide Surveyor s Office M. Scanlan. 



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Government Offices. 



Examining Officer James Jardine. 
Assistant Examiner T. Broderick. 
LnelerP. J. O Neil. 
Assistant Locker James Callanan. 

Housekeeper Mrs. McDonald. 
Authorized Broker Robert Power. 



Sub-Collectors 



Blanc Sablon Benjamin Parsons. 

Tilt Cove W. Cunningham. 

Little Bay and Pelley s Island Willis 

Duder. 

Twillingate Andrew J. Penrrr. 
Fogo John Scott. 
Bonavista Thomas W. Stabb. 
Garbonear Felix J. McCarthy. 
Harbor Grace Joseph Godden. 
Brigus Isaac Bartlett. 
Placentia Edward Sinnott. 
Oderin Richard McGrath. 

Flower s Cove- 



in Outports : 

Burin J. Winter. 

Limn/line C. Pittman. 

St. Jacques, &c. Charles Clinton. 

Harbor Briton G. R. Lilly. 

Ganltiiis and Hermitage Cove Rich d 

Bradshaw. 

Pushthrough John Camp. 
La Poile Joseph C. Le Scelleur. 
Channel Edward Doyle. 
St. George s Bay Clement Renouf. 
Bay of Islands Laurence Barren. 
Bonne Bay J. F. Bancroft. 
-James Pike. 



Preventive Officers : 



Coast Duties col- 
H. Whitely, Saint 



Labrador East 

lected by A. 

John s Office. 
St. Anthony J. T. Moore. 
Greenspond Samuel Blandford. 
Salvage James Burden. 
King s Cove R. Lawton. 
Catalina Isaac Mifflin. 
Hant : s Harbor Robert Belbin. 
Western Bay James Evans. 
Bay Roberts Archibald Picco. 
Heir. Main to Colliers P. Kennedy 
Portugal GoveW. H. Webber. 



7 <;/ Bulls Joseph Williams. 

Ferryland W. Carter. 

Ti-i j>ssey John Devereux. 

Sitliiwnier James White. 

St. Mary s Dr. William Hogan. 

Little Placentia P. Murphy. 

Blai-1; Iiirrr A. Blackadar. 

Presqiie Patrick Sullivan. 

St. Lawrence M. Vavassour. 

Fortune John Tuck. 

Grand Bank George Bell (acting). 

Burgeo J. C. Cunningham. 

Rose Blanche R. Furneaux. 



Codroy John Mclsaac. 

Registrar of Shipping, Newfoundland : 
Hon. A. B. Morine, Registrar. \ Clement Alcock, Assist. Registrar. 

Newfoundland Government and Lloyd s Surveyor : 

OFFICE : WATER STREET WEST. 

George Wheatley. 

Surveyors of Shipping. 

Twillingate to Change Islands Andrew J. Pearce. 

.Salvage to Cape Freeh William Lang. 

King s Cove D. A. Ryan. 

Catalina to Ragged Harbor Isaac Mifflin. 

Carbonear Felix J. McCarthy. 



Government Offices. ~1 \ 



Harbor Grace N. Fitzgerald. 

Harbor Briton Philip Hubert. 

Rose Blanche Richard Furneanx. . 

Burgeo J. C. Cunningham. 

Bay of Islands Lawrence Barron. 

Bonne Bat/ J. F. Bancroft. 

Mercantile Marine and Shipping Office. 

TEMPORARY OFFICE NEAR POST OFFICE BUILDI.N i:. 

OFFICE HOURS : 1 to 3. 

Superintendent of Mrrrtt/ifili- Miiri/n <tn<I Slii/i/u /ii/ 3/x/<r- RoKrii C.U-II 



Commissioners of Wrecked Property. 

Labrador, Indian Ticl;l- In Pitfk x Jfurlmr !> . ^Icltac. 

1 iH-k s Harbor, exc., to Cape llnrrixnii, exc. < > . A|>M-\ . 

Cape Harrison, inc., North inirilli/ --] .. ] ;i rsi ins. 
Blanc Sablon to Chateau James G. Joy. 
Cape John to Neiv Bay Samuel Baird, J. P. 
Twillingate William Baird. 

Fogo, Little Fogo, Indian uml < l\<n\n< l*]nn<h--3\\\w> J<n 
Cape Freels to Cape Farewell, including 1 f/it/nin nn/l U mHnim 

Henry Robbing. 

Deadman s Point to Salvage T. Oaklrv. 
Salvage to Cape Bonavista D. A. Ryan, J. P. 
Cape Bonavista to Horse Chops J. J. MitHin. 
Horse Chops to Tickle Point - --- 
Tickle Point to Grate s Point Elias March. 
Grate s Point to Broad Cove, Blackhead Bay James Evan.-. 
Broad Cove Head to Kelligrev:s, inclusive 
Cape Spear to Bay Bulls Henry Chafe. 
Bay Bulls to La Manclie Louis F. Mullowney. 
La, Manche to Cape Race William S. Carter. 
Cape Race, inclusive, to Peter s River, exclusive J. L. Murphv. 
Peter s River, inclusive, to Lance Point, inclusive 



Lance Point to Rushoon, inclusive James E. Croucher. 

Burin to Lawn Point G. R. Forsey, J. P. 

Point May to Garnish Eli Harris. 

Garnish to Cape La Hune Philip Hubert, J. P. 

Burgeo Division, District of Burgeo and La Poile M. H. Genge. 

Channel (Cape Ray to Coal River) J. W. Keating. 

Little Harbor M. E. Dwyer, J. P. 

Point Rich to Quirpon S. B. Pike. 

By section four, 43rd Victoria, cap. 9, the senior Customs officer re 
siding in or near any district in which there is no Wreck Commissioner, 
empowered to act as Commissioner ; and in the event of his inability 
from illness to be present at the locality of the wreck, he may appoint, by 
writing under his hand, any person to act in his stead. 



22 Government 



Harbor Master and Harbor Dues. 

OFFICE : CUSTOMS BUILDING. OFFICE HOURS : 10 A. >i. TO 3 r. M. 
Harbor Master Edward English. 
Boatman Thomas Dewling. 

HARBOR DUES : 

With the exception of ships of war, coasters and Newfoundland fish 
ing craft, all vessels entering the port of St. John s pay to the Customs 
Department harbor dues at the following rates, vi/.. : - 

Vessels Tinder 60 tons Free. 

" from 60 tons upwards and not more than 100 tons... $2.00 

" 100 " 200 " ... 3.80 

" " 200 " " " 300 " ... 4.00 

" " 300 " " 400 " ... 5.00 

" of more than 400 tons 6.00 

payable once every half-year, between the first of January and the thirtieth 
of June, and between the first of July and the thirty-first of December. 

SURVEYOR GENERAL S DEPARTMENT. 
CROWN LANDS OFFICE : CUSTOMS BUILDING. OFFICE HOURS : 10 TO 3. 

Surveyor (Iftu-nd Thomas C. Dueler. 

First Clerk Thomas Long. 

Second Clerk George E. Turner. 

Third Clerk C. Alsop. 

Junior Clerk A. Blackwood. 

Draughtsman F. Pinsent. 

Surveyor Arthur White. 

Assistant Surveyors William Noel and F. H. Balfour. 

Second Assistant Surveyor W. H. Taylor. 

Messenger Josiah Garland. 

Deputy Surveyors. 
[Authorized to act in any part of Newfoundland.] 



All officers in Surveyor General s De 
partment, St. John s, and William 



i_, 



Scott, Railway Engineer. 
Little Bay J. B. Coady. 

" J. B. Howson. 
Pilley s Island Thomas Peyton. 
H. M. Herbert. 



Twillingate 
FogoJohn W. Webb. 
" Thomas Lucas. 
Greenspond John T. Oakley. 
Open Hall Henry Miles. 
King s Cove Richard Lawton. 
Goose, Bay Thomas Howe. 
Bonavista Charles E. Thompson. 
St. Brendan s Francis Hogan. 



Salvage William Tulk. 
Catalina A. J. Crocker. 
Trinity Gilbert H. Cole, J. P. 

Samuel Hussey. 
Britannia Cove John T. Currie 
Heaat s Content C. G. Rendell. 
Old Perlican Wm. Christian, J. P. 
Lower Island Cove A. Hudson. 
Carbonear Geo. A. Moulton, J. P. 
Bag Roberts 

WTiitbourne Da.viA Thistle. 
Brigus James P. Hearn. 
St. John s Francis Balfour. 

A. F. Y. Long. 

John Haddon. 
Topsail W. Swansborough. 



Grand River (Codroy) James Murphy. 



ilr Thomas O Driscoll. 
Perrylcmd 
St. Mary s P. Walsh. 
Bra?ii A \\ . .1. Roche.-. 

Placentia 

Lvttle Placentia Alplimi -ns Krai.- 
Bwn n Grni-jri M. dud. lard. 
MarystownM. .1. Flynii. 



Fortuni. .H. .T. Haddon. 

Pushthrough 

Hdrlin- Briton Philip Hubert, J. P. 

ISiiri/i ii ( Irnr^r K . \VIiiir. 

Channel Robert T. Squarey, ./. P. 

] lit a nf Idiunlt \.\\\\ i ence 

St. (, i;iriii .-; lid ii 

I m I cm- I ni t .lanii > ,ln\ . 



Bonne llmj Sinu-mi A\ ery, .1. I . 

Geologfical Department. 

I osr Oi I U i: l ,i M HIM:. 

Director Geological Survey J. P. H.i\\]r\, K. <:. S. 

/(/ Iiini lur - 

Thomas I lidi-lnu-n. 
V i ""/ 1, uln ii Touchei 1 . 

Musuem. 
<or James I . Rowley, K. < . . S. 

1 ! :i " juililic every day (nim |(i a. ui. to I p.m., and (mm -2 p.m. to 4 p.m. 

Board of Agriculture. 

Hoii ble Surveyor General, Chairman; MC--T-. Saniurl Ruby, John 
D\vycr, .Inl.n Na.-li, John T. Nevill and A. \>. Haiikin : .1. P.. Sclater, 

s> /> tan/. 

GOVERNMENT ENGINEER. 
( >FPII E : Ci n ".i Hoi E Bun i>i\<;. 
Government Engineer II. < . I .uivli.dl. 

Engineer s A.^istuni -FranrU l ,rad.-h;i\v. 
Messengt r llnhrri Alli-un. 

Government Telegraphs. 

Mamincr H. C. Burchcll, Govci innnil iMi^inc i. !-. 
> c//( riiitcndent D. Stott. 
/4fciii(/if(Uif P. Cleary. 

Stations and Tariff. 
OFFICE HOURS: !J A. .M. TO 8 r. M. 

1. From St. John s to the following Stations the tariff is twenty-five 
cents for the first ten words, and two cents for each additional word : 



* Admiral s Cove, 

* Aquaforte, 

* Bay Bulls, 
Bay-de-Verde, 

* Bay Roberts, 

* Broad Cove, 

* Brigus, 

* Cape Broyle, 
Cape Race, 

* Carbonear, 

* Ferryland, 



* Fort AY ill i am Depot, 
Hant s Harbor, 

* Harbor Grace, 

* Hr. Grace Junction, 

* Hr. Grace Depot, 

* Heart s Content, 

* Holyrood, 

* La Manche, 
Lower Island Cove, 
Old Perlican, 

* Placentia, 



* Railway Offices, 

* Renews, 
St. Mary s. 
St. Joseph s, 

* Salmon Cove, 

* Salmonier, 

* Tilton, 

* Topsail, 

* Trepassey, 
Western Bav. 



Government Or?i -<- * 



of 



2. From St. John s to the following Stations, fifty cents for the first 
ten words, and four cents for each additional word : 

Seldom-Come-By, 

, St. Lawrence, 

i St. Jaciji 
* St. Pierre, 
S mdv 



Bain Harbor, 


* Conne River, 


* Bay-du-Xord, 


Fogo, 


Bay L Argent, 


Fortune, 


Bav of I -lands, 


Gam bo. 


Bay St. George, 


Grand Bank. 


Beaver Cove, 


Grand Rivei, 


* Black Riv-r. 


Greeii.-pniid, 


Bona vista, 


Harbor Briton, 


Bonne Bay, 


Herring Xt-ck, 


* Burgee, 


King - ( !ove, 


Burin, 


Lamaline, 


Burnt Islands. 


* La Foil. . 


* Cape Ray. 


Littk- Bay. 


Catalina, 


* Long Harbor, 


Change I-laud-, 


Xiiiiiri - Hai l ii 


* Channel, 


* Ranteni, 


Si ".lid, 


-- Rose Blanche 



Shoal 

South YVY-t Arm, 

Tilt Cove, 

Trinity, 

Twillingate, 

Wesleyville, 

* White Bear Bay, 

X. X. & \\~. Ry. Offices: 

Bentou ; Glenwood ; 
nry : Exploit- : 

! 1. id Qnartt-i s. 



N. B. Tin 1 Stations marki-il with an A-U-vi-k aiv maintained l.y the Anglo- 

Anit Vi i-.-iph Company. 

BOARD OF WORKS DEPARTMENT. 

, KD OF WORKS OFFICE: < OI.<>NLAI. BUILDING. 
Office Hour- : H> a. in. to 3 p. m. 

Board of Works. 

I-;. Dawe, Chairman; Hon. R. Bund, A. A. Parsons, F. .1. Morris, 
John Fox. 

and .\>"jiintant Georce ^ . Me^-. 
first Clerk R. White. 
Clerks Thomas Morris and James Harris. 
Inspector of Roads, St. John s P. Murphy. 

Days Tuesday and Friday for Town ; Wednesday, Tlmr-duy 
and Saturday, Outports. 

Lunatic Asylum, 
WATERFOHD BRIDGE ROAD. 
Mi.il/i-<.il ^i ]" I iiit, intent Dr. A. S. Pike, (acting). 
Matron Miss Scott. 

St. John s Hospital. 

FOREST ROAD. 

Resident Physician Dr. H. Shea. 
Attendant Physician Dr. K. McKenzie. 
.Matron Miss Ceilings. 

Fever Hospital. 
Attendant Physician Dr. Kendell. 

Quarantine Officers. 
Dr. N. Fraser ; Dr. K. McKenzie. 



Board of Works Col. Jj nil din;/ Blwl HOILSC. -~< 



St. John s Poor Asylum. 

Keeper Joseph Boyd. 
Medical Attendant Dr. Fraser. 

Colonial Penitentiary. 

ST. JOHN S FOR KST ROAD. 

Superintendent J. F. McOrath. 

Chief Warden Richard Ryan. Turnkeys Gtorge llud-on, 

First Turnkey- -John Fleet. Kelly. 

Tradeswardt n Thodore F. 



Thompson. 



i in/I (7i/--R. Hammond. 
Matron Hiss Keating. 



Surgeon Dr- Henry Shea. 
Outport Gaols. 



Little Jliiji Sergeant Well-. 
Tmllingate S< i g e. 1 1 1 1 I i 1 1 el i . 
Greenspoinl K. I art IT. 
Bonurista Sergeant Bailey. 
Trinity Acting Sergeant Perks. 
Harbor Grace John Trapindl. 



llrii/na llenjainin I .llller. 

! , rri/iinni < reorge ( Jeary. 

I lin-i ill ill .\ndre\\ ( olllli-. 
Jlnrin ( mislal le I !ox. 
Harbor Briton < lonstable K.uiletl. 
. i Imiiii. I - ( unstable Sheppard. 
i?, Ilnrlinr Grace- Dr. W. Allen. 

Colonial Building. 

Keeper of Buil<lini/ <nnl (Irniiiiilx Mrs. llyall. 

Block House. Signal Hill. 

Xii/iui/iiKi n Francis Scott. 

A^i.<tn/i/ S/i/iiiiliiinn Michael Cant well. 

Descriptions of Signals in use at the Block House, Signal Hill, 
St. John s, Newfoundland. 

Balls and Flags, hoisted in different positions on the V.ml Arm, show 
the numbers of Sail that are signalled either North or Smith, viz. : 

One Sail in sight Ball close up to yard. 

Two Sail in sight Ball midway between yard and I aiapet of Block 
House. 

Three Sail in sight Yellow Pennant close up to yard. 

Four Sail in sight Yellow Pennant midway between yard and para 
pet of Block House. 

Five Sail in sight Same as four, with addition nf a Ball placed im 
mediately above Pennant. 

Six Sail in sight Same as three, with addition of a Ball placed im 
mediately beneath Pennant. 

Seven Sail in sight Same, as four, with addition ol a Ball placed im 
mediately beneath Pennant. 

Eight Sail in sight Yellow Pennant at yard arm ; Ball midway be 
tween yard arm and parapet of Block House. 

Nine Sail in sight Ball at yard arm; Yellow Pennant midway be 
tween yard and parapet of Block House. 

Ten Sail in sight Both Yellow Pennant and Ball close up to yard, 
the Ball above Pennant. 
D 



26 Board of Works Outport Road Boards. 



A Blue Pennant at the mast-head denotes a Barque. 

A Blue- White-Red Pennant at the mast-head denotes a Barquentine. 

A Red Pennant at the mast-head denotes a Brig. 

A White-Red Pennant at the mast-head denotes a Brigantine. 

A White-Blue Pennant at the ma.-t-head denotes a Topsail Schooner. 

A White Pennant at the mast-head denotes a Schooner. 

A St. George s Cross at the mast-head of the middle Staff denotes a 
Steamer in sight from the Block House; but, when it is hoisted on the 
South Staff, it denotes that the Steamer is South of ( ape Spear. 

When any National Flag is hoisted above the St. George s Cro>-, it 
denotes that a Man-of- War Steamer, belonging to the nation indicate ] by 
flag, is approaching the harbor. 

A Blue Pennant and Blue Burgee, when hoisted together, show that 
a Sail has passed the Narrows, going either North or Smith. 

When a Merchant s House-Hag i.> Imi.-tcd on the South Staff it de 
notes that a vessel belonging to saM Merchant i- South of ( ape Spear ; 
and, when hoisted on the North Stall , il shows that said vessel is in sight 
of the IMock House. 

When a Stuart- White Flag \vilh a lied Ball in the eeiitiv is hui-ted 
either on the North or South of Centre Staff, it denotes that a Steam-tug 
is required. 

The Internationa] Code of Signal- is also in use al the Block Hou.-e, 
and the recogniml House Signals of the diilVicnl merchants. 

Outport Road Boards. 
District of St. Barbe 

1. Trout River J. P. Halliburton, Chaifmnii : S. Beams, J. McLean, 
George White, George Crocker. 

2. Bonne Bay G. Halfyard, Chnif\\\un ; Rev. W. Browne, W. J. Hai 
tian, S-JAiLLwi^:, Jn M L. Mutr, J. Campbell. 

3. Cow Harbor John Payne, Samuel Vincent, Grurg,- Hutching.*, Jas. 
Roche, Wm. Brown. 

4. Daniel s Harbor Cornelius Biggins, John Brophy, Win. Anderson, 
I riah Hiscock, John House. 

~>. 1 nrt Ni< riders James Vatcher, Henry Hincks, Michael Cains, My. 
Hmnbold, Theo. Patey. 

b . Can-tint Inland Abraham Gibbins, Manuel Cains, James Williams, 
Philip Dredge, Samuel Coombs. 

7. Shoal Brook to Glenburnie (bntli inrliiaiee) , Chairman : 
\\ illiam Young, Hugh MacKenzie, Richard Caines, Vi i Imlini ^hnpLi.nid , 
Charles Moores. 

8. Norris Point to Fort-au-Choix John Harding, Chairman : .1. Pa\ne, 
jr., Charles Biggins, Jonas Shears. 

9. Flower s Cove Samuel Rose, Chairman: Michael Lawless, Henry 
Whelan, Henry Way, John Way, Geo. B. Mifflin, Joshua Diamond, Patrick 
Walsh. 

10. Cape Norman to Quirpon , Chairman ; Chas. Longman, 
Nathaniel Decker, Henry Decker, Moses Pynn, William Decker. 

11. Quirpon to Brehat, inclusive Azariah Alcock, Chairman; Henry 
Weir, (Griguet), C. LeDrew, Jacob Bursley, (St. Leonard s), Joseph Guy, 
(Quirpon), William Eddison, (Noddy Bay). 

12. St. Anthony Jos. Moores, Chairman; James Biles, Wm. Boycl. 



Outport Road Boards. 27 

13. Englee H. GillarJ, Chairman; G. Compton, George Reid. 

14. Orange Bay to ConcheRev. J. J. Lynch, Chairman; Hy. Gillarcl, 
G. Crampton, G. Reid. 

15. North Side White Bay Job Ford, Chairman; J. Reid, J. Wicks, 
Joseph Conden, J. Taylor. 

16. South Side White Bay James Rice, Chairman ; John Jacobs, Win. 
Rice, Thomas Rice. 

17. Partridge Point to Cape John Rev. M. Shean, Chairman ; W. 
Fitzgerald, J. Ford, J. Carroll. 

18. Groais Island James Gardner, Chairman; James Breen, James 
Warren. 

19. St. Barbe Inlands John Lock, Chairman; Joseph Curtis, John 
Burton. 

District of Twillingute 

1. Shoe Cove (Caplin Cove to Stage Cove) , Chairman : 
T. Walshman, J. Harding, S. Martin, H. Foster, J. l^i 

2. Tilt Cove (Snook s Arm to Bear, r Cove) -J. llcam, Chairman; C. 
Coombs, Abel Adams, E. Tilley, P. Winsor, E.Roberts, T. ( armll, W. 
Collins. 

3. Snook s Arm to Button Hole Cove, influx! re T. Stoodley, Chairman ; 
Jonathan Adams, T. Bowers. 

4. Button Hole Cove to Nipper s Harbor, inclusive James BOW<T. J , 
Chairman; J. Tilley, D. Stark, G. Stick, H. Middleton. 

5. North West Arm (Rogue s Harbor to N. W. Arm)Y. Martin, 
Chairman; A. Roberts, L. Shiner, W. Giles, E. Jilling", Klcazcr Mills. 

6. S. W. Arm Wm. Coombs, Jesse Newhook, Win. Card, William 
Warford, Thos. Burt. 

7. Jackson s Arm to Western Arm, inclusive P. Upward.-, Chairman . 
J. J. Manuel, A. Osmond, J. England, T. King. 

8. Three Arms A irman; J. Batstone, F. Strong, 
D. Strong, James Morris. 

9. Wild Bight R. Young, Chairman ; A. Roberts, A. Yates, John 
Ware, Thos. Colbonrn. 

10. Little Bay Mines , Chairman; W. Foran, J. Hubley, 
J. Chard, B. Boyle, Patrick Foran, D. Parsons, P. Leary, John Tobin. 

11. St. Patrick * , Chairman; M. Bozan, J. R. Bo/an, 
H. Gillard, J. Delaney, T. Bozan, sr., J. Colbonrne, J. Warren. 

12. Hall s Bay Head to Benson s J. Benson, Chairman; Jas. Hellier, 
J. Budden, George Thorns. 

13. Wolf Cove- , Chairman; G. Clarke, S. Hnxter, 

F. Inder, W. Hamilton, R. Peters. 

14. Boot Harbor, Hall s Bay F. Thistle, sr., Chairman; J. Taylor. 

15. Little Bay Island Geo. Stewart, Chairman; F. Oxford, F. Mit 
chell, G. Tucker, R, Hall, T. Wiseman, W. Anstey. 

16. Robert s Arm H. C. LeDrew, Chairmam; Francis Warr, Samuel 
Coffin. 

17. Ward s Harbor S. Short, Chairman; Jasper Rousell, J. Wellman, 

G. Paddick. 

18. Lush s Bight-- J. Parsons, Chairman; E. Slade. 

19. Nimrod, Dark Tickle and Triton Caleb Purchase, Chairman ; W. 
Instrege, J. Winser, 0. Burge, W. Vincent, J. Fudge, Robert Fudge. 



28 Outport Road Boards. 

20. Sunday Cove Island , Chairman ; Jno. Normore, 
John T. Morrey, Wm. Wellman. 

21. Pilley s Island , Chairman; Capt. C. McCuish, 
J. Maddick, W. Blackler, J. Blackinore, H. McKenzie, J. Colbourne, J. 
Deloughery, J. Locke. 

22. Leading Tickles , Chairman ; T. Eousell, Wm. 
Hannam, G. Marsh, N. Chippett, J. Hoggert, U. Martin, J. Whelan, 
L. Rousell. 

23. New Bay Adolphus Yates, Chairman; J. Manual, D. Spence, 
E. Boone, J. Moore. 

24. Fortune Harbor to Waldron Cov( , Clmirman ; 
A. Gillespie, P. Byrne, M. Byrne, R. Hamilton, Rev. R, Walsli, J. Carroll, 
J. Lannen. 

25. Exploits Burnt Island A. .Manuel, Chairman; J. Manuel, T. 
Wmser, M. Dalton, G. Sevier, S. Manuel, Wm. Lilly, Win. Bradley. 

26. Northern Arm W. Evans, Chan-man ; L. Manuel. 

27. Botwoodvclle Abner Lacey, Chair mn : A. Jure, Elias Burt, Jas. 
Hancock, T. Driscoll. 

28. Burnt Arm Win. Woolridge, Chairman : James Kl.-\\mth, John 
Gill, Isaac Dean, John Elliott. 

29. Kite Cove.l. Manuel, sr., Chairman; F. Jure, G. Brown. S. 
Manuel. 

30. Burnt Bay , Chairman; Richard Boone, N. Turner, 
Alisolom Chalk, Jos. XoHlinitr, William Russell. 

31. Indian Arm James Elver, Chairman; John Curtis, Samuel 
Manuel, Thomas Janes, Joseph Hill. 

32. Loon Bay J. Roberts, Chairman; F. Slade. 

33. Comfort Cove and Cottell s Island Simon Cull, Chairman; Reuben 
Cull, Ed. Connors, Stephen Cooper, Wm. Philpot. 

34. Sampson s Island T. Clarke, Chairman. 

35. Black Island Thos. E. Harris, Chairman; W. Dory, J. Primmer, 
William Hamilton, W. Anstey. 

36. Moreton s Harbor and Jfe^ern Head A. Knight, Chairman : Walter 
Jennings, T. Ridout, J. Taylor, W. Taylor, A. Jones, J. Barnes, J. S. Col- 
bourne. 

37. Ti::?.ard s Harbor R. Boyd, Chairman; J. Small, R. Small, J. 
Locke, Richard Small. 

38. Carter s Cove and Cliance Harbor , Chairman; Thos. 
Young, Samuel Burt, Richard Burt, Thomas Burt, David Dove. 

39. Twillingate Islands , Chairman ; R. Roberts, J. Minty, 
J. W. Roberts, A. Roberts, S. Burt, Thomas Young, R. Dove, J. Luther, 
S. Austin, P. Cook, J. Whitehorn, J. Phillips, jr., (of John). 

40. Herring Neck and Merrill s Harbor , Chairman; 
J. Kearley, S. Miles, J. Warren, W. Richards, T. Grimes, J. Card, 
W. E. Coaker. 

41. Pike s Arm , Chairman; Wm. J. Richards, Timothy 
Grimes, Elias Strickley, W T m. Rose, jr. 

42. Boyd s Cov^ -G. Mercer, Chairman; L. Freake, J. Clare, A. Kane, 
W. Mercer. 

43. Beaver CoveT. Elliott, Chairman; T. Day, D.Barrett, H. Elliott. 



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District of Fogo- 

1. Change Islands , Chairman; F. ( . Kaile, Thomas 
Elliott, Samuel Saunrlers, \Valter Torraville, Jacob Le Drew. 

2. FogoDr. Malcolm, Chairman; H. J. Earle, J. Farewell, Henry 
Bennett, A. J. Fitzgerald, R. Scott. 

3. Shoal Bay and Hare Bay , Chairman; 1!. Fiumage, 
S. Collins (Hare Bay), T. Collins, "B. Collins, S. Collins (Shoal Bay). 

4. Barr d Island , Chain/inn : If. Finnemore, W. C. 
Horlrler, Wm. Cull, S. Cull, Jos. Cobb. 

5. Joe Batt s, Arm , Chairman ; Geo. Miller, J. Fivke, sr., 
Andrew Cook, W. J. Burke, John Coffin, sr. 

6. Tilton Harbor , Cln/ii /mi/i ; J. Burke, jr., J. Dwyc:-, 
sr., Jos. Burke, Jas. Braiulers, Pierce Foley, sr., Clarence \Val-h, Thomas 
Green. 

7. Seldom-Come-By P. Newell, < /i<i ii in</:i : Jacob Rowe, M. Hainett, 
Thomas Hodnott, John Holmes, Levi Perry. 

8. Indian Isla ml* \V. Collins, Chairman; W. lYir\, jr., J. P.igslev, 
A. Cosh, E. Carnell, R. Collins. 

9. Gander Bay B. Torraville, Chairman; .1. Hani.-, ,M. l><>min-r. 

10. Rocky Bay Philiji Hicks, < Iminnnn ; SamiU l I!\I-M 1, John IVrry, 
Stephen Chalk, C. White (Noggin s Cove). 

11. Ladle and Apsey Coves , Chairman; T. Wi llon, 
W. West, J. Goodyear, B. Tuck. 

12. Musyrave Harbor, 1 hi i 11*1 Covi <<nd ll<i/jiit\l llttrlor J. B. Wheeler, 
fjhairman; J. Whiteway, 8. Hicks, R. Burt, .f. Alilmii, Ja--. Hirk<, jr., 
Wm. Whiteway. 

13. Cat Harbor E. Roljbius, Chairman; W. I .utl, G. Parsons, (!. 
Norman, E. Gudger, J. Parsons, ^1. <!ilibons. 

District of Bonavista 

1. Pi/ii-linrtl ft f*lini, viz. : I li/ie. Freeh to Fo.r for/ M. Davis, Clmii- 
man; H. Davis, J. Barbour, H. Melendy, T. Gill, M. Carrett, J. Sains- 
bnry, Thomas Barbour, D. Greene. 

2. Weslyeville, Stcaiit n Island am! J> rookfi<-ld , Chairman ; 
James Winsor, G. House, J. Thome, Jacob Winsor, IVter Mullett, T. 
Greene, P. Gaulton, Peter Winsor. 

3. Pool s Island , Chairman; Elea/er .1. Keau, Elijah 
Spurrell, James Spurrell, Samuel Dyke, Geo. King. 

4. Safe Harbor Win. Davis, Chairman ; John Knee, George Burton, 
Thomas Gillingham, James Dyke, J. Attwood. 

5. Greenland , Chairman; John T. Oakley, James 
Burry, Robert Whitmarsh, "Win. White (of John), John S. Carter, Charles 
Oakley, Jonas Osmond, James Pond, Philip Batterton. 

6. Shambler s Cove A. Vivian, Chairman; J. White. D. Bragg, R. 
Burton, T. Ford, J. Bury (Loo Cove). 

7. Fair Island J. Brown, Chairman; Job Hunt, John Rodgers (of ( .), 
John Rodgers (of R.), Jacob Hunt, S. Filthorn, R. Fermage. 

8. St. Brendan s , Chairman; Wm. Ryan, T. Connor, 
J. Turner, (of Wm.), J. Bridgman, J. Hynes, (of Thos.), J. Whelan, Rev. 
G. T. Battcock. 

9. Burnt Island Samuel Kelly, Chairman; G.Kelly, Thos. Kane, 
James Hollahan, Syl. Aylward. 



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10. Gooseberry Island Jos. House, Chairman; Henry House, Michael 
Cashin, R. Parsons, Henry Wills, J. Parson?, W. Jacobs, Ambrose Janes. 

11. Fr<: -/< imtir Hay, Gambo , Chairman ; Benj. Saunders, 
George Prichard, John Prichard, James Golding, Jas. Hender, S. Granter. 

12. Flat Islands , Chairman; 

13. Alexander JiayV. Roach, Chairman; John Harris, S. Saunders, 
J. Stroud, G. Butt, G. Arnold, G. Gengf, sr. 

14. Salraye aial vicinity Chairman ; J. Burden, (of Jas.), 
H. Squire.?, I. Lane, J. Handcock, W. Quinton, J. Squires, J. Mose, J. 
Oldford, J. Hunter. 

15. Happy Ail i-t-iit n i-i- Win. Turner, jr., James Handcock, William 
Quinton. 

16. Musgrave Town James Ryan, liairnimi \ Alfred Saint, George 
Matthews, George Greening, John Pitt, James Little, Charles Hobbs, Jas. 
Oldford. 

17. Urotjlli///- Chairman ; JICJP]I Hart, Albert B. Stares, 
Henry Stares, Philip Handcock, John Handcock, James Handcock, Win. 
Lethbridge, Wm. Holloway, Elijah Pye. 

19. Clode Sound A. Spracklin, hairnmii : W. Ford, L. Chalk, J. 
Peddle, R. Oldford. 

20. James Core (from Suiter s Cr< t<> V.axt Kin] Salmon Cove 

, Chairman; S. Handcock, A. Moss, J. Wheeler, J. Ivany, 
Thomas Moss. 

21. Sweet Kay , I Inn / -nmn : John Carrol), Daniel Dooley, 
Mark Walker, Thomas Mullowney, John Kelly. 

22. Indian Arm to Seal Bay J. M.u]lowney, Chairman ; G. Fry, E. 
Humby, J. Crew, E. Snow, H. Fry, J. Brown, P. Holleran, (of Thos.). 

23. Southern Say G. Prince, Chairman : John Quinton, W. White, 
J. Moss, H. Yetman, James Quinton. 

24. Plate Cove L. Moss, Chairman: J. ( hievers, J. Furlong, E. 
Dooley, J. Fennell, P. Kearney, M. Kehoe. 

25. Open Hall William Barker, Chairman : P. Walsh, R, Gould, J. 
Murphy, sr., W. Gould, J. Moss, (of J.), J. Long. 

26. Bed Cliff Charles Quinton, Chairman ; C. Quinton, J. Quinton, 
jr., Wm. Brown, P. Ryan. 

27. Ticlde Cove A. Skiffington, Chairman; Wm. Taylor, J. Walsh, P. 
McCormack, M. Connors, E. O Neill, W. Rnss.-ll. 

28. Keel* J. Murphy, sr., Chairman; T. Hobbs, sr., Wm. Penney, 
(of E.), J. Hobbs, of (Thomas), J. Moss, M. Egan, J. Mesh, J. Darcey, (of 
Thomas). 

29. Broad Cove P. Lawton, Chairman; J. Carroll, J. Gash, T. Carew, 
(of T.), P. Donovan, J. Matthews, R, Aylward. 

30. King s Cove , Chairman ; Rev. W. Kirby, J. Devine, 
S. Brown, D. Ryan, W. Monks, J. Brown, M. Martin, Geo. Curtis, sr. 

31. Knight s Cove M. Aylward, Chairman; P.Walsh, P. Mahoney 
J. Aylward, J. Ricketts, sr., T. Ricketts. 

32. Newman s Cove , Chairman ; Nathaniel Chafe, 
William Terry, Geo. Ryan, Edmund W. Brown, Gilbert Tilley. 

33. Bmavista , Chairman ; R. Brown, (of Wm.,), Dr. 
Forbes, J. Rolls, J. Saint, J. Tremlett, J. Templeman, (of Jno.), M. Do odv" 
Thos. Abbott, (of George), M. Ryan, jr. 



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District of Trinity- 

1. Kird Island Cove Robert Tilley, Chairman ; J. Hill, \Vm. Flvnn,. 
Geo. Oldfprd, E. Clark, Win. Baker, Samuel Hnbky. 

2. Little Catalina A.. Johnson, Chairman; R. Johnson, J. Johnson, 
C. Reed, (of Win.). 

3. Great (. atalina , Chairman ; T. A. Stone, P.. Noi- 
man, E. Stevenson, J. Ho\vell, .loli King, Mark din, \V. Hodgers, .1o>e],h 
Gnllage, S. Jean.--. 

4. Ratji/nl Harbor -J. Seanlan, Chairman : J. Walsh, .!. Lam-, Wm. 
Cotter, R. Doody. 

5. Enf/li*]< Harbor to Salmon Cove 0. Laiug, Clininnan : .1. Moody, 
J. Goss, Win. Long, Wm. Batston, R. Batston, Li. Barnes, II. <;. l ,.iiM<m, 
G. Wilcox, John Walters. 

6. Triiiihi (town) Jf r est1)r. White, Chairman; ( ,. H. Cole, .1. I ., 
J. Green, N. Gover, G. Fleet, H. Maiiliuent, .1. Hoskins. 

7. Trinity ftim-n) North John Remiell, Chairman; Joseph I .utler 
(of Jas.), H. Mate, li. Junes U. Miller, .lu.ejih Ph.nglnn.iii. A. 1 luiigh- 
man, C. Tollman, Win. Foulow, sr., Jas. I .I-UVMI. 

8. Ni <r li iiiinraittirr- Mu-e> Kiiiu r , Chairman; .1. l\any, I,, short, 
A. Bailey, James Miller, N. Mllh-r, He/ekiah King. 

9. Jti ilixli llni-linr, Careless llm-lmr to Pope s Harbor, both > 

A. Gardner, Chairman; H. Gardner, R. Bannister, W. Gardner, T. !. 
nard, A. Clark (Dalby s Cove), Nuah (lanluer, Thos. Gardner. 

10. Ireland s Eye and vicinity Win. \Vatten, Cliinr/mm ; .1. TUMJI. ji-. r 
J. Mills, T. CiMiper, J. Pin rha.-e, .1. I/iadei, \-]. Whelan. 

11. Smith s Sound (North Side), Pope s Harbor to thi Bar , 
Chairman: J. DnttiU, A. Stone, J. Steel, All rei! Stone, Wm. Kranijitnn, 
Win. Gudger, T. Pelley. 

12. George s iJi imi; - Eninianuel I ellv, t lminiunt : William J. A>!am-, 
Frederick LVlly, C. IVlly, W. Stanley. 

13. Burgoyne s Covi and vicinity ,Chairman; Matthi.i-- 
Piteher, Thos. Stick, Jubal Carberry, Win. Phillips (Burgoyne s Cove); 
Jacob Miller (Otter s Cove) ; Geo. Dufflt (Rocky .P.n.uk). 

14. Smith s Sound (South Side)- , Chairman; J. 1 itm-ui, 
John T. Currie, Ja-. ( o-h, Jn-lma r ra\ (-ner, si ., < ha-. Late, John l .:i_rdeii, 
John Baker. 

15. ,S7f^/ Harbor James Uuttler. h iirm"n : ,!. Tilh-y, .1. Ad.-y, John 
Cooper, Charles Hansford, A. Hii-.-ev. 

16. Foster s Point , Chairman: .). l,<-a\\<""l, T. I cnd, 
W. Gullitm-d, jr., J. James, J. Reid, H. Smith, R. Maidmeiit, T. Hart. 

17. HicJ;man s Harbor H. Blundon, Chairman : J. Vanly, ( . Bryaiil, 

B. Martin, Joseph Pilley. 

18. Handout, S. W. Arm (North Side) Chairman ; H. 
Bennett, B. Prince, W. T. Benson, W. Styles, E. Robinson, Eliab Robbing, 
Eleazer Benson. 

19. Hodge s Cove to Southern Sight, both inclusive 3. Drover, Chair 
man ; D. Peddle, J. Vey, N. Gooby, N. Stringer. 

20. Fox Harbor and vicinity : St. Jones Without to Little Heart s Ease 
Brook W. Balsom, Chairman ; D. Spnrrell, I. Benson, E. Martin, Charles 
Green, Henry Lambert, Jomes Pond. 

21. Bay Bulls Arm T. Drover, Chairman ; Jas. Snook, John Drover r 
Solomon Hutch ings. 



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2-2. Chance- Core- Josiah Wan en, Benjamin Row, Jacob Smith, Albert 
Brace. 

23. Tickle Harbor- , Chairman; D. McCarthy, J. Lynch, 
N. Thome, I!. Howe, Owen McCarthy, -T. Faliey, J. Warren. 

24. Norman s Cove (Chapel Arm) T. P. French, Chairman ; B. Piercey, 
J. Reid, !:. lYettv, G. Bantiim. 

25. Dildo to Old Shop, inclusive ~Wm. Kmherley, Chairman; Win. T. 
Day, John Moore, A. George, Martin Moore. 

26. NeiK Ha rbi a- mnl vicinity T. Newlmok, Chtiinunn : T. Cranford, 
E. Moore, J. Woodman, S. Bursrv. 

27. Green s l[,n-l><n-~ , Cli iininni : W. Ray, J. Taylor, 
S. Brace, W. Ho\vell, W. Mitcham, A. March, K. Green, F. Cramm. 

28. Witless Jiiuj , Chairtixni . M. Drover, H. Burge. . 
J. Bryant, H. Jerri tt, II. I!o\\v, Win. .lerritt, (Slioal Hay). 

29. Heart s Ddi</ltt , < liu/rimi/i : S. Humphries, J. Reid, 
W. Crocker, J. Hariiuni (of Jos.), W. Legge, > < lii.-lett, L. Di-over. 

30. llmi-r.-i l>ixir< -John George (of Win.), CAairman; .las. George (of 
Win.), J. Lahey, M. George. 

31. l/r, irt s on/rut A. Young, L liiiiniiini : M. Moore, B. liinliluii, 
I!. ( iiniKv, !> . ( feorge, J. Murphy. 

32. New Perlican K. Beinister, Chairman; X. Xorthover, L. Pitt- 
man, F. I olam, .1. I i.ldle, H. Sexvard, sr., J. Ileflord. 

33. Turk s Cove -Jacob Carbeiy, CAamjiaw ; J. Anil -, P. Carbery. 

34. Ni ///// Cow , Chairman : Gc-o. Hi-i-ne]<. A. I arrett, 
J. Parrel t, M. Gregory, .1. Green, W. L. lladdon. 

35. // di/ x Ifm-lior , Clniii iiiiiii : ,\. Slmit, H. IVIley, sr., 
G. Givc-ii.-, .1. Sliedian, H. Bel bin (Seal Cove), Abm. Sparks, Julm ] >i iscoll, 
\\ r m. II. ( i i>nd\\-jii. 

36. Susft// .^ Covi . I /niii-iiifiii : J. Bro n, 1 ". Harris 
W. Rowe, James ]!ntton, T. Sparks. 

37. .S//// Lead Cove and Lanci Cort , Chairman; 
Tlios. SjMi k-, Jim. lirown, Abraham Button. 

District of Bay-de- Verde - 

1. F n. -<]i /rat i; inclusive, in > .//////< Cove, exclusivi ( u-o. K. Parsons, 
Jesse Harvey, Charles I .ult, Thumas Marshall, William T. Homer. 

2. KnliiinK Cove, inclusive, to Perry -s Cove, im-lii.-<ii-t James ( as.-, "Win. 
Parsons, Thoina- \\ arehain. 

3. Perry s Cove, exclusive, to J-roml Covi Xmitli, inclusive^ Jes- ( - Lacev. 
W. W. .King, Elijah Trickett, B, Hayden, Matthew Thi>tle. 

4. Broad Cove North to Adam s Ci-t\ Imili inclusive K. M. Hudson,. 
Solomon Hudson, Nicholas Morgan, Maltlu \v Monies, Thomas Hilliard, 
Mark Forestal. 

5. Western Bay to Smooth Cove, both indu-tire Eli Crumtuy, Edmuucl 
Butt, Nathaniel Butt, John Sillars, Lorenzo Crummy, John Gillingham, 
jr., Levi Carnell. 

6. Northern Bay to Gull Island, both indu^ifi- , Chairman; 
James O Neill, Benson Hogan, George Jacobs, George Moores, Arthur 
Doyle. 

7. Burnt Point to Redlands, both inclusive , Chairman ; 
P. Kinsella, William Halliday, Michael Colford, James Colbert, Thomas 
Tucker (of Thos.). 



Outport Road Boards. M\ 

8. Island Cove to Caplin Cove, both inclusive , Chairman; 
Thomas Call, Francis Shawner, Edwin Turner, Joseph Wiltshire, James 
Bowmls, Albert Reid, William Rixon. 

9. Low Point to Bay-de-Verde, loth inclusive James Barter, Thomas 
Prior, James Flannery, John Hearn, Andrew Riggs. 

10. Red Head. Cove to Grate s Cove, both inclusive , < Imin/n/n : 
Peter Noel, Joshua Benson, UYnry T. Xorris, .losiali Cooprr, Thos. Hyde. 

11. Daniel s Cove to Old l < r//<- M/, Imili im-lnxive , Chairman; 
Uriah Bursey, sr., Uriah Bursey, jr., George Power, Abraham Barrett, K. 
.Strong, John Howard, Dr. Goddard, Ivan Strong. 

District of Carbonear 

1. Victoria ViUatjf, Geo. Powell, Chairni>ni : William 1 iiiddrn. 

2. Carbonear- , t lniii-tnini ; George Tuffin, Jas. Winsor, 
Win. Badcock, Samuel Pike, RL-hard McCarthy, Patrick McCarthy, Henry 
Hamilton, James Redmond, Ambrose Tucker, .lolm Light. 

3. Mosquito Benjamin Simmons, .Inn. Tlmmry (of Ailhur). 

District of Harbor Grace 

1. Harbor t!m^- ( /Toper) W. M. Allen, M. I)., l>. .1. Greene, John 
Butler, H. C. Watts, P. McGrath, John Patterson, .Mark Walsh, Jeremiah 
Harteiy, John Walker, Thomas Wills, Capt. W. Stevenson. 

2. Harbor Grace (South Side) Tobias Sheppard, Levi X<> -(-worthy, 
Jomes Glavine, James Parsons, Wm. Ryan. 

3. Bryant s Cove James Noseworthy, Chairman : Geo. Pai ons, \Vm. 
Congleton, Jacob Morgan, Patrick Norcott, jr., Eliel Brill. 

4. Upper Island Cove A. Young, ( li/iiriinni : Klicl 1 trover, S.Junes, 
L. Lundrigan, W. H. Young. 

5. Bishop s Cove , Chuirniii it ; E- .ui Smith, Jno. R. Barrett, 
Win. Smith (of Geo.), Jno. Smith, SI. Mugfbrd. 

6. Spaniard s Bay , Chair Man : S. Gos-e (of Sol.), J> 
Gosse, Jonathan Sheppard, Ed. Ryan, Jno. Chipman. 

7. Bay Roberts , Chairman; Geo. Bursell, Thos. Dawson, 
Stephen Parsons, Wm. Hoods, Jno. Russell, sr., Wm. Mosdell, sr., Thomas 
Mosdell, Ed. Sparks, Solomon French. 

8. Coley s Point , Chairman; Wm. I ar.-ons (of Wm.), 
Robert Parsons (of Abram), John Bowring, John Barrett, Win. Belbin. 

District of Port-de-Grave 

1. Port-de-Grave and Ship Cove G. Andrews, Chairman ; R. Porter, 
:Geo. A. Morgan, R. A. Andrews, Hy. Taylor, A. Bursey, jr., Eli Mugford, 
Wm. Boone, Win. Mugford. 

2. Barenced and North River , Chairman; J. Moore, 
T. Moore, A. Sealey, J. French, W. J. Thompson, H. C. Dawe, Thomas 

Morrissey, Ed. Snow (of Isaac), Ed. Skean, P. Habberlin. 

3. Cupids , Chairman; E. Bishop (of E.), J. Bishop 
(of John), W. Byrne, T. Delaney (of P.), W. Prendergast, Saml. Spracklin, 
Wm. Smith, jr." 

4. Salmon Cove and Clarke s Beach , Chairman ; W. H. 
Jerritt, R. Wells, sr., J. Moore, sr., W. Mugford, Geo. Reed, Jas. Abbott, 
W. Fling. 

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34 Outport Road Boards. 

5. BrigusP. J. Power, Chairman; Capt. S. Antle, Capt. J. Harvey, 
G. C. Jerritt, S. Washer, J. Tarehin, M. Norman, C. Clarke, T. Mosdell, 
sr., Jas. J. Winter. 

District of Harbor Main 

1. Conception Harbor William Kennedy, Chairman; Rev. William 
Veitch, P. P., Capt. John Costelloe, J. Wade, R. Hcarn, L. Whelan, 
T. Kehoe, M. Whelan, J. Harman, Jno. Cole. 

2. Harbor Mam Very Rev. P. O Donnell, Chairman; P. Hannon, 
J. Sullivan, J. Hawco, J. Devereux, Mortimer Fardy. 

3. Salmon Cove , Chairman; John Moore, Daniel 
Kennedy. John Devereux, Edward O Brien, Patrick McGhee. 

4. Holyrood P. Byrne, Chairman; Richard Woodford, J. Butler, 
J. Lewis, Rev. J. Murphy, J. O Neill. 

5. Horse Cove to Indian Pond W. Swansborough, Chairman ; E. 
Nugent, T. Allan, P. Roach, W. Tilley, H. Haines, R. Dawe, J. Neville, 
T. Stapleton. 

District of Ferryland 

1. Bay Hulls M. Brien, Chairman ; P. William?, M. Mulcahy, jr. 

2. Witless Bay Rev. N. Roach, Chairman; J. Shannahau, T. Carew, 
G. Norris, D. Tobin, J. Murphy. 

3. Mobile T. O Driscoll, Cliairman ; E. Dillon, T. Fitzgerald. 

4. Toad s Cove, to La Manche T. O Driscoll, Chairman ; J. O Driscoll 
(of Con.), S. French, M. Power, M. Colbert. 

5. Brigus to Cape Uroyle John Cashin, Chairman ; M. Brien (of Wm.), 
John Dalton, Win, T. Carew, John Williams, Michael Kelly. 

6. Caplin Bay, Ferryland and Aquaforte R. Morry, Chairman; J. 
Keough, P. Power, T. Hopkins, J. White, J. Costello, "R. H. White, M. 
Devereux, D. H. Winsor, M. Meagher, H. C. Winsor, R. Saimders, N. 
Stafford, P. Farrell. 

7. Renews, Fermeuse and Broad Cove Rev. J. Walsh, Chairman; J. 
Berrigan, R. Quiulan, William Trainor, J. Duttou, ji., M. Sheehan. 

District of Placentia and St. Mary s 

1. Trepassey Rev. W. Borne, Chairman; H. Curtis, G. Devereux, T. 
Sutton, J. Waddleton, Samuel Kennedy. 

2. Holyrood and Peter s River T. Connors, Chairman; W. Lundrigan, 
T. Hallern, P. St. Croix, D. Hayward, E. Moriarty, T. Stamp, sr. 

3. St. Mary s T. Devine, Chairman ; J. Nowlan ; M. Malony, N. Bone 
(of Thos.), T. Grace, W. Bonia, W. Walsh, D. Hogan, J. Fagan, W. Bishop, 
J. Critch, Peter Whelan. 

4. River Head (St. Mary s) and Mall Bay , Chairman ; 
M. Fagan, D. Daly, P. Daly, H. Lee, M. Corcoran. 

5. Salmonier , Chairman; J. Goff, J. Dakins, J. Marey, 
D. Dailey. 

6. St. Bride s , Chairman ; Jno. T. Young, Michael 
Brennan, Jas. Lnndrigan, Jno. Doyle, David Comvay, Joseph McGrath. 

7. Branch (Cape Shore) , Chairman ; Jos. English, Peter 
Nash, A. Power, M. Power, Jno. English, Stephen Roach, Bart. Rourke. 



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8. Placentia, South-east Arm and Point Verde , Chair 
man; N. Handrick, J. Murphy, P. Greene, A. Collins, J. Grace, T. Walsh, 
E. Green (of Wm.) 

9. Jersey Side and North-east Arm W. J. Power, jr., Chairman; J. 
Kemp, T. Whelan, T. Griffin, T. Power (of P.), W. Dunphy, T. Smith, sr. 

10. JRam s Island D. Bruce, Chairman ; M. Bruce, sr., I). Fitzpatrick. 

11. Little Placentia , Chairman; P. Murphy, Jame 
Hollahan, Philip Power, Wm. Dunphy, Andrew Hunt. 

12. Fox Harbor Philip Davis, Chairman; P. Leary, Richard Hally. 

13. Moonies Cove to North Harbor C. P. Chambers, Chairman ; J. 
Boucher, S. Adams, P. Whiffin. 

14. Harbor Buffdt C. D. Chambers, Chairman; J. Hollett, H. Wliiflin, 
J. Miller, C. Tulk. 

15. Black River A. M. Q. Blackadar, Cliniri^ini. 

16. Sound Island, &c. Wilson Hollett, Ch<iin;m n ; J. Beck, VS. II. 
Beck, S. Stacey, P. Brown. 

17. Woody Island J. B. Williams, Chinnnun; Jas. Barrett, Michael 
Grunter. 

18. Barren Island D. Shea, Cli<iirni<tit ; Patrick Brown, John Flynn, 
Martin Flynn, Jno. Shea, Wm. Nugent. 

19. Haystack and Spencer s Cove William Coffin, Chairman ; Thomas 
Drake, F. Butcher. 

20. Merasheen and Virgin s Cove Jos. Pittman, Chairman; S. Best, 
James Moville. 

21. Burgeo Island James Chambers, Chain/m/i ; John Warren, Beiij. 
Foote, Thomas Foote, Michael Tobin. 

22. I&le of Valen J. Lockyer, Chairman; M. Gaul ton, sr., P. Leo 
nard, sr. 

23. St. Kyran s and Presque D. Ryan, Chuiruiiut : \\ . Parson?, P. 
Ryan, R. Penney, J. Ryan. 

24. Red Island Garret Ryan, Chairman; P. Dunphy, Jer. Rose. 

25. Paradise P. Haley, Chairman; M. Power, W. Withers, P. Cheese- 
man, T. Walsh. 

26. Audierne R. McGrarb, Chairman; P. Power, P. Abbott. 

27. Bain Harbor , Chairman ; E. Gardner, T. May, 
R. Rodway, John Rodway, Jnc. Smith, John W. Smith, Levi Mnnden. 

28. Rushoon , Oiairman; M. Cheeseman, Jas. Cheese- 
man, H. Whiffen, P. Cheeseman, John Cheeseman. 

District of Burin 

1. Flat Islands Jas. W. Bishop, Chairman; W. Loughlin, G. Miller. 

2. Burin , Chairman; J. Marshall, John Inkpen, sr., 
W. Ryan, J. Moulton, J. W. Shave, J. Kavanagh, W. Collins, W. Day, 
H. Hollett, W. H. Paul, J. Street, G. Dibbin, W. Payne. 

3 Lord s Cove , Chairman; Jas. Harnett, Thos. Isaac. 

4. Mortier Bay , Chairman; Pierce Coady, John 

Coady, John Hodder, Nicholas Baldwin, Jos. Baker, Jos. Withers, Thomas 
Stephens. 



36 Outport Eoad Boards. 

5. St. Lawrence G. Skiffington, Chairman; H. Beck, L. Pike (of Hy.), 
H. Tarrant, jr., B. Murray, A. Fitzpatrick, W. Cusick, Abraham Pike, J. 
Slaney. 

6. Lawn Joseph Kirby, Chairman; P. Tarraiit, J. Edwards, T. 
Flannigan. 

7. LamalineE. Kelland, Chairman; H. Haskell, A. Hillier, M. Col 
lins, J. Fleming, W. Hillier, P. Benteau, P. Ayres. 

8. Fortune W. P. Lake, Cliairman ; T. Rodger, E. Bennett, C. King,, 
sr., C. Hillier, T. Purchase, P. E. Lake. 

9. Grand Bank Chairman ; S. Harris, R. Forsey, 
S. Tibbo, J. Hiscock, A. Graiidy, J. Patten, T. Foote. 

District of Fortune 

1. Garnish William Reeves, Chairman ; G. Bamfielcl, J. Courage, 
James Lorenzen, James Brown. 

2. Belloram G. Chant, Chairman; P. Graiidy, T. Kinsella, J. Nose- 
worthy, C. Benton, P. Cluett. 

3. St. Jacques Charles Clinton, Chairman ; D. Burke, R. Lee. 

4. English Harbor JVest J. B. Stratten, Chairman; J. Evans, A. 
Fiancler, J. Petete, W. Yarn. 

5. Harbor Briton P. Hubert, J. P., Chairman; C. Fitzgerald, M. D., 
Jacob Jensen, John Smith, Joseph Soclero, T. Griffin. 

6. Bay-du-Nord Rev. J. Squires, Chairmam; T. Farrell, sr., Joseph 
Bamberry, Adam Lamb, J. H. Williams. 

7. Outharbors Rev. W. A. Haynes, Chairman; G. Keeping, P. Har- 
tigan, J. Thornhill, E. Pope, E. Kearley, W. Mills, P. Grandy, James 
Anderson, Geo. Power. 

8. Hermitage Bay, (North Side), inchiJimj Bonne Bay W. T. Rive, 
Chairman; G. Chambers, S. Camp, Wm. Lee. 

9. Hermitage Bay (South Side) Rev. G. H. Bishop, Chairman; Dr. 
E. Thompson, John Jackman, C. Way, A. Francis, R. Crew, W. Loveless. 

10. Bay D Espoir J. C. Leslie, Chairman; S. Collier, Geo. Hoskins, 
Michael Collier. 

District of Burg-eo and La Poile 

1. Richard s Harbor (East Cul de Sac to Mosquito) E. Skinner Chair 
man ; W. Dewling, G. Simms, S. Bishop, R. Simms. 

2. Cape La Hune (Cape La Hune to Rencontre) J. Spencer, Chairman ; 
J. Bagg, R. Durnford, J. Parsons, G. R. Ball. 

3. Burgeo (Little River to Muddy Hole) Chairman; H. 
Clement, J. Cains, W. R. Bowdridge, W. Taylor, C. M. DeLuetteville. 

4. Ramea Island , Chairman ; J. Keeping, jr., J. Moors, J. 
Cheffey, W. Davis, T. Kendall, R. Keeping, Geo. MacDonald. 

5. Grand Bruit (Grand Bruit to Otter s Point) J. P. Chetwynd, Chair 
man; S. Billiard, Wm. Billiard, (of John), J. Hodcler, C. Collier. 

6. La Poile (West Point to Frenchman s Cove} T. Reid, Chairman; 
H. Roil, W. Stone, H. Jeffreys, R. Henderson. J. C. Le Scelleur. 

7. Petites (Petites to Garia Bay) E. Gosse, Chairman ; J. Juan, W. 
Matthews, Wm. Collins, (Petites), J. T. Rose. 



Outport Road Boards Ferries and Ferrymen. 



37 



8. Rose Blanche (Harbor Le Cou to Baziel) R. Furneaux, Chairman ; 
J. Roberts, C. Clarke, T. Garrett, J. Buckland, W. Taylor, J. Bagg, L. 
Chafe, J. Le Moine, Job Ridout, G. Hatcher. 

9. Burnt Island (Baker s Tickle to Wolf Harbor) J. M. Arnold, 
Chairman; H. Smeridge, J. King, J. Newman, J. Meade, J. Witt, H. 
Keeping. 

10. Iles-aux-Morts (Iles-aux-Morts to Margaree) G. C. Cotter, Chair 
man; John Best, G. Meade, E. Harris, Win. Scott. 

11. Channel (Deep Cove to Grand Bay) F. Cox, Chairman; T. Dicks, 
A. Power, A. Martin, N. Bragg. S. Hare, R. Bennett. 

12. Gape Ray (Cape Ray to Rocky Barachois)W. Poole, Cliairman ; 
E. Rennie, Geo. Wall, Thos. Gaulton, J. Lomond. 

District of St. George - 

1. Grand Hirer A. Mclsaac, Chairman; A. Gillis, J. Gale (Cornier), 
G. Knowling, Capt. J. Mclsaac, T. O Quinn, Wm. Ryan. 

2. Codroy (Cape Ray to Cape Anguille) William Anth-, Chairman; 
J. Gillis, T. White, Wm. McLellau, W. Fiander, J. H. Collier, G. Galpin, 
Abram Evans, E. Gallop. 

3. Highlands J. E. Carter, Chairman ; T. Gale, A. McKay, E. Legge, 
A. Fortune, W. Gillam, A. McLellan, D. Mclsaac, George Butt. 

4. Sandy Point , Chairman; Rev. C. Jeffreys, C. A. 
Ozan, A. J. O Rielly, E. Parsons, W. Ryan, W. Gallant, F. Filatre, H. 
Hines, J. Keating. 

5. Sandy Point (South Side)N. Butt, Chairman ; T. Benoit, A. White, 
W. Blanchard, E. Cutler, P. Alexander, E. Filatre. 

6. Stephenville W. Hynes, Chairman; Leo White, Reuben Connier, 
Angus Mclsaac. 

7. Port-au-Port , Chairman; W. H. Haliburton, Paul 
Ancoin, Angus McDonald, John Leitcli, Adolph Laney, Andrew Harvey r 
William Renonf, Frederick Retief. 

8. Benoit s Cove, Woods Island and Lark Harbor , Chair 
man ; Loughlan McLean, Simeon Wheeler, Moses Sheppard (of George), 
John S. Evitt, Joseph Vincent, Maurice Connell. 

9. Corner Brook, inclusive, to Benoit s Cove, exclusive , 
Chairman; Charles Parsons, C. Farnell, W. K. Angwin, Maurice Boland, 
W. Rockett, John Perrott, John Pollis. 

10. Summerside (Bay of Islands), Irishtown and Kivers ,. 
Chairman; George Davis, John Petipas, Patrick Piercy, George Loder, 
James Gregory, Albert Brake, Thomas Parke. 

Ferries and Ferrymen. 



St. Barbe. 

Woody Point N. Kennedy. 
White Bay Geo. Dempster. 
" Langford. 

Twilling-ate. 

Exploits (Burnt Islands) John 
Hynes. 

Gillard s Cove to Tizzard s Harbor- 
John Gillard. 



Herrinrj Neck to Little Hr. Solomon 

Warr. 
Fortune Harbor Thos. Quirk. 



Bagged Harbor Joseph West. 
Deadman s Bay Richard Chalk. 
Windmill Broolc (Cat Har.) Abram 

Grudger. 
Cliange Islands Wm. Wells. 



38 Ferries and Ferrymen Public Buildings Lt. Houses. 



Bonavista. 

Greenspond (to Ship Island) Moses 

Hoskins. 
Greenspond (to Mainland) John 

Critchlcy. 

Badger Quay John Abbott. 
King s Cove to Amherst Cove Thos. 

Ford. 

Southern Bay Win. Ryan. 
JVesleyville Robert Biddlecombe. 
Pool s Island Philip Knee. 
Salvage E. Moss, Allan Burden. 

Trinity. 

Trinity Reginald Mills. 
South West Arm John Bartlett, 
Random Sound Thomas Smith. 
Smith Sound J. Baker. 

Harbor Grace. 

Harbor Grace Charles Fitzgerald. 
Bay Roberts Isaac Dawe. 

Harbor Main. 

Duff s to Ghapcl Cone Patrick Duff. 
Cliapel Cove to Duff s Thos. Meyers. 
Holyrood Philip Healy. 
Conception Harbor Patrick Gushue. 

St. John s East. 

Portugal Cove to Sells Isle Matthew 
Jackman. 

Lance Cove (Belle Isle Beach) to Top 
sail Win. Clements. 

Ferryland. 

Aqitaforte Samuel Cose. 

Placentia and St. Mary s. 
Trepassey E. Doran. 
Holyrood Thomas Stamp. 
St. Mary s James Hearn. 
Mall Bay William Christopher. 
Salmonier John King. 
Little Salmonier -Mrs. Davis. 
Admiral s Cove Richard Gregory. 
Mussel Pond James Button. 
North River Mrs. John Bonia. 
Branch Ambrose Power. 
Placentia Patrick Kemp. 



Burin. 

Spanish Room to Big Head (Mortier 

Bay William Dobier. 
Big Head (Mortier Bay) to Spanish 

Room Patrick Hanrahan. 
Burin Bay (Streets) Wra. Wrexon. 
Corbin (Streets) Walter Aylward. 
Gollin s GoveWm. Abbott. 
Little St. Lawrence E. Walsh. 
Grand Beach Joseph Follett. 
Flat Island Wm. Senior. 
Marystown to Mortier Bay L Power. 
Little Bay E. Hanrahan. 

Fortune Bay. 

Jin ii /!> L t-aii Edward Bartlett. 
Little Bay to Coombe s Cove William 

Rose. 
Harbor Briton to Jersey Harbor 

Charles White. 

Harlor Briton Edward Thompson. 
Gonnair/re Bay Andrew Harris. 
Jersey Harbor James Day. 

and La Poile. 



La Poile Harbor Thos. Vautier. 
La Poile Miss Manger. 
Little La Poile 
Harbor Le Cou to Petites James 

Le Moine. 

Grand Bay Win. Kettle. 
Grandy s Passage Thos. Hardy. 
Burnt Island James Sitlaud. 
La Feant John Francis. 
Baker s Tickle George Harding. 
" Eli Stroud. 
Bay St. Georg-e. 
Highlands Thomas P. Gillis. 
Crabb s Brook Joseph Chaff ey. 
Robinson s Brook Moses Shears. 
FiseheWs Brook John Berry. 
Sandy Point Edmund Parsons. 
Middle Barachois Samuel Hulan. 
South Side, St. George Dan. Dennis. 
Main River Alexander McDonald. 
Grand River James McNeil, James 

Ryan, Finlay McNeil. 



Public Buildings. 

OFFICE : (BOARD OF WORKS) COLONIAL BUILDING. 
Superintendent William Churchill. 

Light Houses. 

OFFICE : (BOARD OF WORKS) COLONIAL BUILDING. 
Inspector Richard White ; Mechanician Thomas Cornick. 



St. Pierre Lights Light D/tcx. o9 

St. Pierre Lights. 

A Revolving Light; giving first white flash, lasting 8 4-10 seconds, fol 
lowed after an interval of 9 6-10 seconds by second white Hash, lasting 
8 7-10 seconds, then, after an interval of 12 6-10 seconds, liy a red flash, 
lasting 8 7-10 seconds, another interval of 12 6-10 seconds followed by the 
first white flash ; 210 feet above the level of the sea, is situated on Gallan 
try Head. Distance visible, 18 miles. The light is hidden at the north 
ward by the high land of St. Pierre. Latitude 46 45 V 43" N. ; Longitude 
56 9 52" W. Tower square, 36 feet high, painted white. 

The South Channel entrance to St. Pierre harbor is marked by t\vo 
small fixed lights. One is white, illuminating three-fourths of the horizon ; 
it is placed on the battery. The other is red, and is placed on the plain 
at the north of the town. The White light is 36 feet above the sea level, 
and is visible six miles. The Red light is 65 feet above the sea level, and 
is visible three miles. The line connecting these two lights marks the 
middle channel. The Red light is so placed that as soon as it is seen mi 
the left of Cape Aigle, vessel coming from Columbier, in beating into the 
N. E. entrance, will be clear of the (Jape Rodrigne Shoal-. 

Pointe a Leconte Light, situate on the south \\ < -1 point of !]:< Inland of 
Dogs, 62 feet above the level of the sea, visible 7 miles. The light shows 
white between the bearings (from the tower) of S. E. f S. and S. ] \V. 
This white sector of the light marks the South-east passage, so as to per 
mit vessels which keep within this cove to avoid the Bataille shoal on the 
right and Cape Noir and Bertrand Rocks on the left. It shows red from 
S. "W. % W., westward, to N. W. W., and should be avoided by vessels 
entering by the S. E. passage. It will enable them when they have quit 
ted the white cove to come to anchor in the Roadstead or in the Barachois, 
by following the line of white light from Pointe aux Canons and of the 
red light from the interior of the town. 

Point Plate (Langdak) Light ; 6th order dioptric, placed on the upper 
gallery of the Light tower ; visible six miles. Latitude 46 48 54" N. ; 
Longitude 56 24 10" W. 

Gape Blanc (Miquelon) Light ; revolving ; showing 10 seconds in each 
minute ; visible 16 miles. Shows white from North through W. to S. W., 
covering the Seal Rocks with a red sector of light. It also lights the en 
trance to Miquelon Roads, showing 230 yards north of the Chatte Shoals, 
which are thus left in darkness. The lighthouse is painted in alternate 
horizontal bands, black and white. Latitude 47 05 57" N. ; longitude 
56 24 10" W. 

French Fog Signals at St. Pierre and Miquelon. 
Fog Whistle, Gallantry Head, St. Pierre Island. 
Siren Trumpet, Plate Point, Langlade. 

Newfoundland Light Dues. 

Payable once in each year at the Custom House by foreign 
ships and by foreign-going ships registered in the Colony 24 cts. per ton. 

Vessels under 40 tons, registered in the Colony $3.46 each. 

Fishing vessels and vessels plying coastwise, registered in 
the Colony 12 cts. per ton. 

No vessel to pay over 115.00 

Since the first July, 1886, the collection of Light Dues on account of 

Cape Race has been abolished by Imperial Order in Council. 



40 



NEWFOUNDLAND LIGHTS, 



Name of 

rin 


Latitude 

North. 


<U 
rg 

+J UD 

P 

iJ 


n ti 

O 2 
V 

2f 


/ 
Description of Light. 


<u 
> 

o^ 

si 

-- 

Tc ? 
_ -s. 

K 


Dist. visible in 
Nautical miles. 


1 


o \ // 






Ft. 


M. 


Gull Islam!. 49 59 54 


55 21 33 


1884 


Intermittent White, 4th nrdei 


52J 


26 


(Cape John). 








Dioptric, making one complete 












revolution in one minute, ap 














pearing about eleven S 














light and nine seconds dark. 






Long Point. 


19 41 23 


51 17 3-1 


1876 


Revolving White ; Catoptric, at 


331 


21 


(Touling.i 






tains greatest brilliancy every 














thirty M- ouds, 






Bacalhao 


49 4] 30 


54 33 OS 


1894 


Oi cnltiii i Wliif H Ii _ T lit, niakinsr tftn 


357 


21 




revolutions per minute, two 












Hushes each revolution. The 














licat of lamp operates shades 














on the Trotter Lindberg sj 






Wharf Light, 




1885 


Red, 6th order Diojitric. 






(Toulinguet). 








Port light on the end of the 






Canii Island, 


49 25 05 


51 10 35 


1874 


public wharf, Toulinguet. 
Fixed White, 8th order Dioptric. 


85 


10J 


{Seldom-Come- 










Byj. 










Offer Wadham 
Island. 


49 35 35 


53 45 12 


\olving\Vliite. 4th order Diop 
tric, of six sides, flashes white 


100 


HI 










every thirty seconds. 




















Penguin Island, 


49 26 55 


53 48 00 


1890 


Fixed White. 4th order Dioptric. 


62 


9 


9 miles S. W. 














mag. from Offer 














Wadham Island 














light. 














Cabot (Stinking) 


49 10 26 


53 21 21 


1880 


Intermittent White, 4th order 


74 


10 


Island, Bona- 
vista Bay. 








Dioptric, making one complete 
revolution in a minute, appear 














ing about eleven seconds light 














and nine seconds dark. 






Puffin Island, 
{Greenspond). 


49 03 37 


53 32 37 


1873 


Fixed Red, 4th order Dioptric, 
visible from N. by E. through 


85 


10i 










S. to W. bv N. mas. 






Denier Island. 


48 41 05 53 34 40 


1888 Revolving White, six sides to 


298 


19 










give single flashes at intervals 














of thirty seconds. 






King s Cove 


48 34 32 


53 18 50 


1893 


Occulting White ; twelve revolu 


176.7 


14 


Head. 








tions per minute, two flashes 














each revolution. The heat of 














the lamp operates the shades on 














the Trotter Lindberg system. 





LIGHTED FROM SUNSET TO SUNRISE. 



41 



a 

a o 

F 



Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



360 



All 
Seaward 



All 
Seaward 



360 

360 

270 
360 



All 

Seaward 



2 Wick 
Concentri 



No. 8 
Aigands. 



j Burner. 



Duplex. 



1 Argauil. 



2 Wick 
Concentric 



2 Wick 
!oneentric 



2 Wick 

Joncentri 1 



2 Wick 
Concentric 

Argand. 



[Burner. 



Iron Tower on apex of Island, M. Rousell ... 
pxinted Red and White, ver 
tically, four .stripes of each 
colour ; keeper s house paint 
ed white, 112 feet distant, 
W. by N. 

Light Tower painted Red, square R. S. Roberts . 
on lower part, changing to 
octagon and finished by :i eir- 
eul:u- drum gnll. ry and lan 
tern ; keeper s lionsi! square, 
(vortical parts white, roof red), 
distant 25 feet from Tower. 

Circular Iron Tower paintedjWm. Holwell. 

spirally, red and white alter 
nately ; keeper s house (partly 
visible) distant 75 feet N. E. 
J E. trom Tower. 



Lemuel Burton 



T. H. Piv.stc 11. 



Buildings wood, Light Tower Enos Peiiiiev. 

rising from gable of house, 

vertical parts painted white, 

roof red. 
Round Red Tower, dome striped C. Prowse 

red and white vertically; 

keeper s dwelling (wood) 

painted white, roof red, thirty 

feet from Tower. 
Circular Iron Tower and keep- Esau Gilling- 

er s dwelling (wood) ; house ham. 

and tower painted red and 

white, alternately, in vertical 

stripes ; house attached to 

tower on its eastern side. 
Iron Light Tower in centre of E. Harding. 

square wood building ; roofs 

flat ; sides banded horizon 
tally, red and white alter- 

nataly. 
Buildings granite, roofed with F. W. Oakley. 

slate ; Light Tower at one 

corner. 
Iron Light Tower and a keeper s Robert Oakley 

dwelling (wood) seventeen feet 

six inches apart ; house and 

tower painted red and white 

alternately in vertical stripes. 
Iron Light Tower painted white Jas. Batterton 

a wood store, visible N.N.E., 

painted white, roof black, 85 

feet from Tower. 



Jas. Hodder. 



E. Abbott. 



42 



Newfoundland Lights. 



Name of 
Place. 


Latitude 
North. 


Longitude 
West. 


.g 

rf SO 


Description of Light. 


9 
O.-J 

P 

w" 2 


O ~ 

a, s 

ii 

QZ; 






| 




Ft..i M. 


Cape Bonavista .. 


43 42 Oi 


53 04 35 


1843 


Revolving Catoptric, (6 Argaud l. o 1.". 










burners and reflectors, shewing 










two white (lashes, followi-d \-\ 










one red Wash), each attaining 










its greatest l>villi: ]i< y every 30 










seconds. 




Green. Island, 


48 30 15 


53 02 20 


1857 


Fixed White, 4th order Dioptric, 92 


11 


(Catalina). 


(See p. 53 






visible W. S. W. to N. E. 








for Fog 














Alarm). 












Fort Point, 


48 21 55 


53 20 51 


1874 


Fixed White, Mh order Dioptric. 


75 


10 


(Trinity). 














Kafculom Head, 


48 05 30 


53 33 00 


1SP5 


Occulting White, 6th order Diop 


126 


13 


(Trinity Bay). 








tric, making fifteen revolutions 














per minute ; alternate light am 














dark every two seconds. Heal 














of lamp operates the screens on 














tile Trotter Lindberg system. 






Haul s Harbor. 


48 01 07 


53 15 07 


1881 


Fixed White, 6th order Dioptric. 


65 


9 


(Trinity Bay). 














Ru-ealieu Island. 


48 08 58 


52 47 32 




Catoptric Revolving White light, 


443 


24 










showing a flash every twenty 














seconds. 














XOTE. The light is often obscu 














red by fog when the lower part 














of the island is clear. 






Carbouear Island 


47 44 24 


53 0> 22 


1878 


Fixed White, 8th order Dioptric. 


195 


16 


Harbor Grace 


47 42 45 


53 08 11 


1836 


Trotter Lindberg apparatus. It is 


151 


15 


Island. 








occulting, worked by the heat 














of the lamp, and shows red 














and white, alternately, in quick 














succession. Seven revolutions 














per minute ; four flashes in 














each revolution. 






Harbor Grace 


47 41 29 


53 12 33 


1850 


Fixed White, 6th order Dioptric. 


40 71, 


Harbor Light. 














Green Point, 


47 36 40 


53 10 15 


1883 


Fixed White, 6th, order Dioptric. 


56 


Si 


(Bay Roberts). 








Immediately beneath the prin 




& 










cipal White light is a projecting 
lantern in which three lamps are 














placed ; the two outer ones will 














show white, and the centre one 














in a line with the Southern 














Rocks, N. E. i E. (mag.) from 














the Tower, will show Red. 







Newfoundland Lights. 



43 



rr-; 
09 










"S . 

a o 

g-Si 


Kind of 
Lamp. 


Description of Building. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 


a 

KH 











All 6 Argands. 
.Seaward 



202J 



320 

All 
Seaward 



All 
.Seaward 

360 



!2 Wick 

Concentric 



1 Argand. 
.| Burner. 



1 Argand. 



No. 8 
Argands. 



560 



360 



All 
Seaward 



1 Argand. 



Duplex. 



1 Argand. 



Square Wood Lighthouse paint- Fred. White ... 
ed Rad and White in alternate 
vertical stripes ; lantern in 
centre of roof. 



Wooden House, painted White, P. Martin 

from centre of which rises the 
lantern, dome of which is 
striped red and white verti 
cally. 

Wooden Tower, painted White. James Rowe. 

Circular Iron Tower, painted in Thos. Cooper, 
checqners of Red and White, 
alternately. Keeper s dwell 
ing 12 feet north of Tower, 
and store at northern end of 
house, 15 feet distant sides 
white, roofs red. 

Octagonal Tower, painted white, W. Soper. 
small store at rear. 

ilound Red Tower. Keeper s Francis Ryan, 
dwelling detached, square 
white building with red roof. 
Buildings situate on northern 
point of the Island. The sou 
thern end of Island obscures 
the light for eight miles when 
bearing N. N. E. E. 

Buildings Wood ; Light Tower 

rising from the gable of the 

house ; (vertical parts White, 

roof red). 
Square Wood House, (sides 

painted White, roof Red), 

from the centre of which rises 

the lantern. 



S, Mifflin. 



Abel Stone. 



Hy. Forward. 



T. Shoppard, 



Hexagonal Wood Tower, painted 
White. 

Round Iron Tower, painted with 
two Red and three White hori 
zontal bands. Store in the 
rear, painted White. 



!eo. Parsons. 



R. Andrews. 



44 



Newfoundland Lights, 



Name of 
Place. 


OJ 

-4J O 


Longitude 
West. 


< rib 

rf &o 


Description of Light. 


o 

il 

"_ 71 

a 


Dist. visible in 
Nautical miles. 












Ft. 


AL 


Brigus 


47 32 54 


53 10 35 


1885 


Fixed Red, 6th order Dioptric. 


113 


12 


North Head. 














Cape St. Francis. 


47 48 30 


52 47 10 


1877 


Fixed Red, 4th order Dioptric. 


123 


12 




Approxi 














mate. 














(See end 














for Fog 














Alarm). 












Fort Amherst, 
(entrance to 


47 33 47 
(See end 


52 40 20 


1813 


Fixed White, 4th order Dioptric. 


134i 


12 


St. John s). 


for Fog 














Gun). 












St. John s, 








Catoptric, Red 


76* 




(1) Leading 










" 




Lights. 














St. .John s, 
(2) Leading 








Catoptric, red. Keeping the lights 
and discs in line, bearing N.W. 


174J 












Lights. 








j W. will clear all dangers. 






Cape Spear 


47 31 15 


52 36 59 


1835 


Catoptric, Revolving White; 


264 


22 




(See end 






greatest brilliancy every minute. 








for Fog 














Alarm). 












Ferrylaud Head . 


47 00 58 


52 51 07 


1871 


Fixed White, 3rd order Dioptric. 


200 


16 


Cape Pine 


46 47 04 


53 31 45 


1851 


Fixed White, Catoptric. The 


314 


30 










intervening land being low the 














light can be seen over it from 














St. Mary s Bay. 







Newfoundland Lights. 



45 



Illiiiiiinated 
Arc. 


Kind of 
Lamp. 


Description of Building. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 


All 
: Seaward 


^1 Argand. 


Round Iron Tower, painted Red 
and White vertical stripes ( 
of each. House also painted 
Red and White vertical 
stripes. 


W. Horwood. 




Do. 


2 Wick 
Concentric 


Buildings of Wood, painted 
White, roof flat. On the higher 
roof is the lantern elevated 
above it on a square block. 
The lower building is the Fog 
Alarm house. 


Jno. Moulton.. 


Jonas Soper, 
Engineer. 


Seaward 
between 
W.S.W. 
&N.N.E 


2 Wick 
Concentric 

Argand 


Stone. Whitewashed ; Lantern 
on roof. 

Light in a Drum, painted White 


Austin Shcp. 
pard. 

Thos Cleary 


rhos. Moore. 




Gas. 

Argand 


on a mast near the Queen s 
Wharf, 96 yards from water. 

This li^ht is 368 yards in the 


Thos Cleary 






Gas. 


rear of No. 1 Light. It is in 
a small octagonal Tower, paiut- 
ed White, with conical roof, 
one side of which is painted 
white, as is also a disc that 
surmounts the roof. The line 
connecting this and No. 1 
Light shews the middle of the 
Channel. 






All 
Seaward 


No. 7 
Argands. 


House White, Roof banded Red 
and White horizontally; the 
lantern rises from the centre. 


D. Cautwell. 




Do. 


3 Wick 
Concentric 

No. 17 


Round Red Iron Tower, 28 feet 
from Keeper s house, which is 
Wood, painted White with 
Red roof. 

Round Iron Light Tower 50 ft. 


W. Costello. 
G. Hewitt 






Argauds. 


high, painted with Red and 
White horizontal bands. Keep 
er s dwelling wood, connected 
with the Tower by a covered 
way. 







46 



Newfoundland Lights. 



Name of 
Place. 


e - 

3S 

~- -~ 
3* 


Longitude 
West. 


s- be 
o a 

31 

rj -^- 


Description of Light. 


to 

-4- "~-" 

"3)2 

SO! 

B 


Dist. visible in 
Nautical miles. 


Point La Haye, 
St. Mary s Bay. 


46 54 28 


& 1 II 

53 36 40 


1883 


Fixed White, 6th order Dioptric. 


Ft. 
63 


M. 
9 


Cape St. Mary s. 


46 49 34 


54 11 43 


1860 


Revolving Cato-Dioptric of firal 
order, showing alternately * 
Red and White light at inter 
vals of one minute. 


390 


23 


Point Verde, 
(Placentia). 


17 11 11 


54 00 19 


1876 


Fixed White, 5th order Dioptric. 


98 


11 


Dodding Head, 
(Burin). 


47 00 26 


55 08 43 


1856 


2nd order Revolving White lighl 
(silvered reflectors and annular 
lenses), attains greatest bril 
liancy every minute. Owing 
to great height this light is 
often obscured by fog when 
the coast is clear. 


430 


24 


Allan Island, 
(Lamaline). 


46 51 00 
Approxi 
mate. 


55 45 30 


1879 


Fixed White, 8th order Dioptric. 


64 


9 


Brunette Island, 
(Fortune Bay). 


47 15 32 


55 51 50 


1865 


Cato-Dioptric. Flashing White 
light, attains greatest brillianoy 
every ten seconds. Obscured 
by the land from E. S. E. to S. 


408 


23 


Grand Bank, 
{Fortune Bay). 


47 08 00 
Approxi 
mate. 


55 42 40 


1890 


Fixed Red, 6th order Dioptric. 
Port light. 


28 


54 


Garnish, 
(Fortune Bay). 


47 14 00 
Approxi 
mate. 


55 24 00 


1885 


Fixed Red, 6th order Dioptric ... 


20 





Belleoram, 
(Fortune Bay). 


47 29 00 


55 27 15 


1873 


Fixed White, 6th order Dioptric. 


35 


7 




i 













Newfoundland LigJi &>. 



47 














Illuminal 
Arc. 


Kind oi 
Lamp. 


Description of Buildings. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 


All 
Seaward 


1 Argand. 


Round Iron Tower, painted with 
3 Red and 3 White horizontal 
bands. The bands are conti 


Pat. Mooney. 






nued around a fiat roof Store 










in rear. 







All 

Seaward 



All 

Seaward 



All 

Seaward 



ifo 



All 
Seaward 



S.E.byS. 
Souther 
ly to W. 



370 



No. 12 
Argands. 



1 Argaud. 



No. 
Argands. 



1 Argaud. 



No. 9 
Argands. 



1 Argand. 



Duplex. 



Round Iron Tower, painted Red. 
A Wooden House on each side 
of the Tower and connerted 
therewith by a covered way. 
These housesare painted White 
with Red roofs. 

Wooden House, painted White, 
flat roof. Light Tower rises 
Ironi roof of house. 



Square Wooden House, roof Red. 
The lantern rises from the 
centre of the house. 



J. E. (. rilllrluT. 



W. Chmxh- 
well. 



Wooden octagonal Tower, painted 
Red and Whit, on alternate 
sides. 



Square Wooden House, [tainted 
White with Red roof. The 
lantern rises from centre of 
the roof. 



Wooden Beacon on Breakwater, 
390 feet from end, painted Red 
and White horizontal bauds ; 
light bears W. N. W. from 
end of Breakwater. 

Square Beacon Tower of \Vood. 
standing at end of Breakwater, 
carrying an octagonal drum 
and lantern. 



Wooden Tower, painted White 
on North point of the beach. 



P. Houlihan ... P. 



Win. hay. 



J. FltiniiiL. . 



M. Sparrow ... 



R. E. Forsey. 



W. Reeves. 



T. GaiilUm. 



Robt. Jensen. 



48 



Newfoundland Lights. 



V 
Name Of JS 

Plane. ^ S 

3* 


"I*; ""= = 
-*j " -^ *B 
a," ~ Z 
g 3.s 

3 ^ 


, Description of Light. 


03 

> 
c : 

JD 10 
P 

Teg 

-j CC 

a 


l)ist. visible in 
Nautical miles, 


Rocky Point, 47 27 30 


\ // 

55 47 4f 


187^ 


Ft. M. 
Fixed White, ;th order Dioptric. 68 9 


(Hr. Briton). 






Not visible in a line with Har- 




lior Rock, in which direction it 




is obscured. 


Pass Island, 47 29 15 


56 12 0-2 1S7-.I Fixed White, 4th order Dioptri". :M 1! 


(entrance to Her 










mitage Bay). 




A fixed Red light, 6th order Diop- Jli7 
trie, is placed below the White 










light, to distinguish the rocks and 






reefs extending t mni \Vnlf rocks, 






hearing (from lighthouse) S. 74. 






17, W., to Basse Terre Point. S. 






01.33 E. The Reef over the Wr.lf 






rocks is about 1 } miles from the 






island. At a distance of about 






4[ miles Ihe two lights merge into 










one, 


(iaultois . , : 47 36 00 


55 54 001885 


Fixed White light, 6th order 14 








Dioptric Port light, on an iron 










column. The light should be 










brought to bear N. E. before 












steering for the entrance of the 












harbor, to clear a sunken rock 












S. W. by W.. about 100 yards 












distant. 






Boar Island, 


47 36 12 


57 35 13 


1874 


Fixed Red, 6th order Dioptric ... 207 


11 


(Burgeo). 












Ireland Island, 


47 37 52 


58 22 13 


1886 


5th order Revolving White light. 67 


9i 


(La Poile Bay). 






alternate flashes and total eclip 










ses, attaining greatest brilliancy 












every twelve seconds. 






Rose Blanche 


47 35 48 


58 41 30 




Fixed White, 4th order Dioptric, 


95 


11 


Point. 








shewing all seaward. 






Channel Head, 


47 33 49 


59 07 09 


1875j 


Fixed Red, 6th order Dioptri \ 


90 


12 


(Port-au-Basque) 








Port light. 






Sandy Point, 


48 27 27 


58 30 31 


1SS3 


Fixed White, 6th order Dioptric. 


35 


7 


St. George s Bay). 















NOTE. A Light is maintained at present on Great Denier Island, Notre 
16 miles in all directions seaward. Latitude 



-A ii fun /LI Hand Ligli ts. 



49 



a o I Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of 



Keeper. 



Assistant 

Keeper. 



Duplex. Oiivular Iron Tower, painted Albert Ji 
Red and White in horizontal 
bands. 



300 I 
136.20 1 Argand. 



2 WHc Wooden House, sides painted T. W. Bulley. 
Concentric White, with flat roof, on which 
the principal lantern stands. 
The one shewing the Red li^lit 
is 14 feet lower ami at the 
an^lc of tin; rmildiii j. 



All Duplex. 
Seaward 



Eli Cox. 



270 1 Argiiml. 



Kuildings Wood. Light Tower E. Dicks. 
rising from the gable of the 
house. Vertical parts painted 
White, roof red. 



Whole 1J Argand. Circular Iron Tower; Keeper s James Simms. 
"horizon. dwelling of Wood, 16 It. apart 

(W. S. W.), painted Red and 
White alternate bands conti 
nuous round both buildings. 



168; 



2 Wick 
Concentric 



Buildings granite, (one side and John Cooke. 
one end painted in Red auelj 
White vertical stripes), roofed 
with slate. Light Tower at 
one corner. 



All Duplex. The Square Light Tower and the T. Pike. 
Seaward Keeper s dwelling are detach 

ed ; they are of wood. 



All 
Seaward 



1 Argand. 



Round Iron Tower ; Store on H. Mellidge 
S o u t h side ; both painted 
White. 



C. Messeryy. 



Dame Bay, by the Pyrites Company (Limited). Steady White, visible 
.39 39 45" ; Longitude 55 32 30". 





The following Lights upon Newfoundland Territory 



\r / 

Jtfame of 
Place. 


*- si 

O C 
0? 


O 


? ~ * 

3 -,j "^ > ^ ^ 
", Description of Light. te~ j"g 

i ~ -jr * 










Ft. 


JVL 


Cape Hay (Ice 
report Station). 


1871 


47 37 00 
(See end 


59 18 o 6 Revolving White, attaining great 
est brilliancy every 20 seconds. 


127 


17 






for Fog 


Catoptric. 










Alarm). 








Point Rich 


1871 


50 42 00 


57 24 30 Revolving White, showing two 


93 


15 








bright Hashes with an interval 












of 15 seconds between them, 












followed by an interval of 30 










inds, during greater part of 












which light is eclipsed. Com 












plete revolution 45 seconds. 












1 Vt<>i>lrie. 






Cape Norman ... 


1871 


51 38 7 


55 ">1 i) I atopliie. revolving White: 


116 


16 






(See end greatest brilliancy every two 






for FU-; minutes. 










Alarm). 








Cape Bauld 


1884 


51 38 50 


55 25 Catontric. a ternatinn- red and 


154 


18 






(See end white every 45 seconds. 










ior Fog 












Alarm). 








IVllc Isle (Depot 


1858 


51 53 55 -J-J 15 First order Dioptric, fixed white 


470 


28 


of provisions for 




(See end 


light. 






shipwrecked 




for Fog 








mariners). 




Bomb). 








Do. 


1880 


Below C atontrie. fixed white 


137 


17 


(Low Light). 




main 












light. 








Point Amour, 


1855 


51 27 35 


ii"i .">0 f>5 2nd order Dioptric, fixed white.. 


152 


IS 


(Forteau). 




(See end 












for Fog 












Alarm). 








Greenly Island, 


1878 


51 22 35 


57 10 50 Catoptric, showing white ^ miu- 


108 


15 


(Blanc Sablonj. 




(See end 
for Fog 


ute, red J minute. White, do., 
and eclipse li minute. 








Horn). 








Cape Race 


1856 


46 39 24 


53 04 20 Catoptric. Revolving white light, 


ISO 


TO 






(See end 
for Fog 


attains greatest brilliancy every j 
half minute. Visible between 






Alarm). 


N. N. E. to W. S. W. A coni 








cal Beacon stands 150 ft. south 1 








of Lighthouse. 










i 





are maintained by the Canadian Government. 



51 



Illuminated 

Arc. 


Kind of Lamp. 


Description of Building-. 


Keeper. 


Assistant. 


P 


All points 


Mammoth flat 


Wooden Octagonal 


E. H. Rennie. 


.2 




Seaward. 


wick burner ; 


painted white ; Lantern 


o 






constant level 


red. 




~ 






oil reservoir. 






tT 




Do. 


Do. 


White Octagonal, wood, with 


F. Lemii ux. 


r 








iron lantern red. 




2 
























o 




Do. 


No. 1 Circular. 


Wooden Eexagoual Tower, 


.1. W. Campbell 


1 








painted white. 




. 












rt C 












o/ rt 












r^ W 




Do. 


Mammoth Hat 


White square wooden Tower, 


E. Fontaine. 








wick ; constant 


surmounted by a red lan 




"S> S 






level oil reser 


tern ; dwelling attached. 




~ 






voir. 






i?! 












I- *" 




From 


Five mammoth 


Circular stone tower, covered 


M. Colton. 


o o 




N. W. by 


flat wick lamps 


with clapboards. | 




s 




N. round 


in a cluster. 


white ; dwelling attached. 




CO r -> 




by S. to E. 








GJ 
= 




In ap 


Silver patent 


White square wooden tower, 


M. Colton. 


To > 

- ^ 




proaching 


circular burner 


surmounted by a brown 









from the 


lamps ; constant 


lantern. 




ri 




Gulf. 


level oil reser 






-~~ 






voir. 






-B 




All points 


Five mammoth 


Circular white stone, covered 


Thos. Wyatt. 


CO ^ 




Seaward. 


flat wick lamps 


with clapboards ; roof red; 




< ~ 






in a cluster. 


dwelling attached. 




1 X 




Do. 


Mammoth flat 


Octagonal Wooden Tower, 


George Fagot. 


"^ 






wick burner ; 


painted white, with red 




? 






constant level 


lantern ; white wooden 




S V 






oil reservoir. 


dwelling attached. 




02,= 
















180 


No. 9 Argands. 


Round iron light tower, 40 ft. 


P. Myrick. 


~ 








high, painted red and white 




53 








in broad vertical stripes. 




6^ 








Keeper s house feet dis 




M 








tant, is square, painted 




~ f ~ t "v? 








white with red roof. The 




s 2 








light tower is connected 




^ 








with the Alarm house by a 




"33 








covered way 250 feet long. 







52 Newfoundland Fog Signals, Sounded Day and Night during- 

Thick Weather and Snow Storms. 



og 

II 



Name of Place. 



Description of 
Signal. 



Interval of Sound. Rennrk.s. 



1883... 



1877... 



1877.... 



1878 



Green Island, 
Catalina. 

Cape St. Francis. 



Fort Amherst ... 

Do. 
Cape Spear 



Champion Fog 
Horn. 



Sounded 13 seconds, with intervals of 
silence of 47 seconds. 



Siren Trumpet Sounded 5 se :onds. si <>nds ; 

sounded 5 second-- . nt 45 

seconds in each minute. 



Three-lb. charge 

from 32-pounder 

gun. 



Mechanical l "_; 
Horn. 

Compressed Air 
Trumpets. 



During daylight and when Cape Spear 
is enveloped in fog this will be dis 
charged every hour, and upon the 
strike ot the hour. A vessel s gun 
will be answered by two guns. 

Sounded in reply to vessel s gun or 
whi>tli! between gun discharges. 

Another trumpet has been placed 450 
feet S. by W. from that heretofore 
in operation. Both trumpets are 
sounded simultaneously during 
thi -k or foggy weather, and give 
blasts of 8 seconds separated by 
silent intervals of 52 seconds. 



Canadian Fog Signals on Newfoundland Coast, 



3 

1? 

<5 

p 


Name of Place. 


Description of 
Signal. 


Interval of Sound. Remarks. 


187-2 


Cape Race 


10-inch Steam 


Sounded for 10 seconds with inter 






Whistle. 


vals of silence of 50 seconds in each 








minute. 


1877 


Cape Ray 


Steam Fog Horn ... 


Blast of 10 seconds every minute. 


1884 


Cape Bauld 


Steam Fog Horn ... 


Blast of 10 seconds every minute. 








Cotton-powder signals iired every 20 


1880 
Changed 


{-Belle Isle 




minutes from a point near upper 
light, 400 feet above the sea. They 








are thrown out to a distance of 500 


1891 


J 




feet in a southerly direction, and 








explode high in the air. 






f 


Sounds 8 see s every minute. If horn 


1875 


) 




disabled a 10-in:-h whistle sounds 


Moved 


J- Point Amour ... 


Steam Fog Horn .-; 


similar blasts. Location of Fog 


1892 


J 


) 


Alarm is being moved to a point im 






I 


mediately in front of lighthouse. 


1878 


Greenly Island . . . 


Steam Fog Horn ... 


Blast of 10 seconds every 1J minute. 


1890 


Cape Norman ... 


Steam Fog Horn ... 


Blast of 5 seconds every 35 seconds. 



Post Office Department. 



Office Department 

GENERAL POST OFFICE, ST. JOHN S. 

OFFICE HOURS : 7.30 a. m. to 7.30 p. m. (Sundays excepted). 

Postmaster General JAMES 0. ERASER. 

First Cleric and General Accountant George LeMcssuruT. 

Assistant Accountant George W. LeMessnrier. 

Second Clerk and Assorter James Campbell. 

Third Clerk and Assorter Arthur W. Martin. 

Assistant Superintendent Alexander Ewing. 

First Despatching Cleric Jolm H. Clark. 

Second Despatching Clerk Win. Campbell. 

Registration Clerks George T. Thompson, Charles Nicol. 

Parcel Post Clerk Hector Fraser. 

Assistant Clerk and Assorter Henry F. Shorti*. 

Assistant Clerks John Parrel], John C. Mesher. 

Dead Letter a nil Mump Clerk Ernest A. Payn. 

Carriers and Assorters Harold Bladder, Edwin. J. McGregor, Isaac 

J. Evilly, Arthur W. S. Shano, R. Gladney, T. Vavasour, Wai 

Forsyth, Harold Mews, Frederick Du Tot. 
Fireman and Messenger- -William Thistle. 

Inspector s Office. 

Post Office Inspector Edward Devereux. 

Money Order Branch. 
OFFICE HOURS : 9 a. m. to 4 p. in. 

Superintendent Henry B. Dryer. 

Clerk George B. Lloyd ; Assistant Jolm A. Noel. 

Railway Travelling Post Office. 

Mail Clerks James Coughlan, James J. Cox, William Lampeii, Mor 
timer G. Lash, John G. Gushne. 

Coastal Travelling Post Office. 

Mail Clerks West John W. Kinsella ; 
North John F. Newman. 

Branch Offices, St. John s. 

Garrison Hill Miss Delaney. 

King s Bridge Richard Hayes. 

Eiverhead Miss Mealy. 

South Side Mrs. Warren. 

St. John s East Mrs. George Walsh. 

St. John s Central Dicks & Co. 

Pillar Boxes. 

Job s Bridge ; Junction Le Marchant Road and Pleasant Street ; Junc 
tion Freshwater and Pennywell Roads ; Central Fire Station ; Rawlins 



54 Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best Goods at lowest prices. 

Cross ; Custom House ; Railway Station ; Entrance Gate, Colonial Build 
ing ; Opposite the Court House on Duckworth Street ; Foot of Prescott 
Street ; Queen s Road, East of Victoria Street, corner Brazil and New 
Gower Street. 

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

1. Collectors will call regularly with and for letters at the Branch 
offices kept by Miss Mealy, Riverliead ; Miss Delaney, Garrison Hill ; 
Mr. Richavd ! lives, King s Bridge ; and Mrs. Warren, South Side ; every 
morning (except Sundays) at 7.20 o clock. Stamps are -old at these offices. 

2. Pillar Boxes will be cleared every week day at 7.20 o clock, a. in. ; 
af-o at 2 o clock, p. in. Correspondence posted after I lie morning hours 
stated will be too late for mails to be, d. -patched on that day. The Box 

.uhvay Station will also be cleared of late letters for h by rail 

10 minutes before starting of train. 

3. Late letter; m;iy be po-ted on board the Coastal Steamers after 
9 a. in. on morning of despatch up to time of starting. Late fee local 
letters, I cenl ; foreign 5 cents ; newspapers, \ cent each. 

4. There is a free deliver} of] : , by Carriers, through- 
ont the city limits, twice a day, at i).3(J a. m. and 2.:-J .> p. in., except during 
(hive months in summer when second delivery will be at 4 p. in. Car 
riers are authorized to collect insufficiently paid postage and nothing 
further. 

5. The City limits for the delivery of letters and papery are as fol 
lows, viz. : 

From Itailway Wharf, including Walsh s Town, Signal Hill road, round 
by Hospital, Penitentiary, and thence in a direct line to King s 
Bridge Branch Office ; thence by Circular road, Belvidere Convent 
and Merry Meeting road, to end" of Le Marckint road, and to junc 
tion of Poor Asylum road with Hamilton Street, Water Street West 
to Cross roads. 

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

Licensed Stamp Vendors. 

7. Axford, F. H., 369 Water Street ; Berrigan, Wm , Gower Street - r 
Breen, Mrs., 45 Duckworth Street ; Byrne, G., 357 Water Street ; Chis- 
holin, J. F. Water Street ; Connors, Mrs., 160 New Gower Street ; Crosbie 
Hotel, Duckworth Street ; Dicks & Co., Water Street ; Fitzgerald, Mrs., 
20 Carter s Hill ; Fitzpatrick, John, Gower Street ; Garland, S. E., 177 
Water Street; Gray & Goodland, Water Street; Haley, John, 70 Water 
Street West ; Hartery, Mrs., 1 New Gower Street ; Hayes, Mrs., 44 Plea 
sant Street ; Janes & Co., 429 Water Street ; Kelly, Mrs., Colonial Street ; 
Kennedy, T. C., 1 Military Road ; Lane, T. D., 357 Duckworth Street ; 
McNeil, S. J.. Newtown Road ; Milligan, G. S., 299 Water Street ; Ohman, 
N., 313 Water Street ; Robertson, J. E., 296 Water Street : Rose, Mrs., 
3 Cookstown Road ; Ryan, Mrs., Harvey Road ; Spry, J. W. W., 55- 
Monkstown Road; Walsh, Mrs. G., Duckworth Street"; Whitten, Miss,. 
26 Hayward s Avenue. 



fee Dep t Postal Rates Foreign Postage Talk. 55 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Provisions. 



POSTAL RATES. 



Inland Postage, pre-paid by Stamps. 
Letters, per one ounce or fraction thereof ... ... .. ... Scents. 

Letters, St. John s (city delivery), one ounce or fraction thereof ... 1 cent. 
Newspapers, local and foreign, under four ounces ... ... ... Free. 

Newspapers, local and foreign, over four ounces at book rate. 

Book Postage rate : One cent per two ounces or fraction thereof. Books, 
book packets, pamphlets, magazines and periodicals, prices current, 
printed circulars, hand bills, new-paper MS., printers proof --heels 
(whether corrected or not), maps, drawing-, photograph.-, IK el nm.-ie 
(printed or written), documents (wholly or partly printed or written), 
such as deeds, policies of insurance, and of like character ; packages 
of seed, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions or grafts ; pattern-; or .-ample,, of 
goods or merchandize ; eye-glasses, microscopic slides and spectacles. 

Post Cards ... ... ... ... ... 1 cent. 

Registration ... ... ... ... ... 3 cents. 

FOREIGN POSTAGE TABLE. 



COUNTRIES. 


cT 

c3 t-3 



tn"* 

CJ ^ 

S % 
a . 

J 


DO 

f-l 
BS 

a 

4-3 

w 

<S 


Newspapers 
and Book 
Packages, 
per two ozs. 


Registration. 


Abyssinici 


cts. 
5 


cts. 
(A) 


cts. 
1 


cts. 
5 


Aden (in Arabia) India Postal Agency ... 
Africa West Coast (Native Possessions) 
# Algeria 


5 
5 
5 


2 
^ 


1 
1 
1 


p 

5 

n 


a Antigua 


5 


2 


1 


5 


Arabia, 


5 


(A) 


1 


5 


Argentine Confederation 


5 


2 


1 


5 


Ascension 


5 


(A) 


] 


f. 


a Australia South and West 


5 


1 2 


1 


f> 


. Austria-Hungary 


5 


2 


1 


s 


d Bahamas 


5 


2 


1 


5 


a Barbados 


5 


2 


1 


f> 


Bechuctn&lcmd 


10 


(A) 


1 


5 


& Belgium 


5 


2 


1 


5 


a Bermuda 


5 


2 


1 


5 


, Borneo (North British) (Sandakan) 
Brazil 


5 

5 


2 
2 


1 

1 


5 
5 


<t British Guiana 


5 


2 


1 


5 


ft Bulgaria 


5 


2 


1 


5 


(i Burniah 


5 


2 


1 


5 


a Cameroons and Togo (West Coast Africa) 
a, Canada (letters three cents per ounce) ... 
*flt Cape Colony 


FJ 

5 


2 
2 
(A) 


1 
1 
1 


5 
5 
5 


a Ceylon 


5 


2 


1 


5 



.56 Post Office Department Foreign Postage Table. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Ships Stores. 



Foreign Postage Table (Continued). 



COUNTRIES. 



Chatham l^/midis 

. Chili 

China : 

. Hong-KoiiL;-, and agencies of Hong-Knii:, . P. O. at 

Ainoy, Canton, Foo Chow, llankmv, Hoiko\v, 

Ningi>i>, Shanghai and S\vatow 
ILJO Free State (Banana, Borma and Matadi) 

Cuba 

" i !j prus ; 

lish West Indies (SI. Croix. St. .lohn, St. Tli 
n Denmark (including Iceland and Fame Islands) 
Dominica 
Dutch East Indies .. 



".land Inlands 

Fiji 

Fran 

a Gambia 

, Gaudur (in Beloochistan) 

., Germany (and German East African Protectorate) 

ft Gibraltar 

a Gold Coast ... ... 

a Great Britain and Ireland... 

Grenada 

Greece ... ... ... ... 

Guiana (Dutch and French)... 
.a Hawaii 

Hayti 

a Holland ... ... ... i 

Honduras ... ... ... ... 

a " British (Belize) 

rt India, British ... ... ... ... 

n Bunder Abbas, Bnshire, Jask and Linga, (India Postal 
Agencies) i 

a liagdad and Bassorah (India Postal Agencies) ... ... 

a lialy (with agencies at Tripoli, Assab and Massowah) . i 

Jamaica ... ... ... ... ... 

.n Japan ... ... ... ) 

it Labnan i 

a Lagos ... ... 

a Leeward Islands 

Luxembourg... ... 

Madagascar 
M Malta 

a Mauritius 

a Mombassa and Lamu .. 

Mexico 

a Montserrat 

Morocco , 

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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Dry Goods. 


Foreign Postage Table (Continued) 


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a Netherlands [Holland] 
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a Norway 


a Orange Free Male . 


a Panama [British Postal Agency] 


Persia . 


Peru 


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Porto Rico 


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a Queensland ... ... 


a Roumania 


Russia, including Finland 


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a St. Kitts, St. Lucia. St. Vincent... 
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a Sandwich Islands [Hawaii] 


a Si .y -helles Islands ... 


a Siam . 


a Sierre Leone 


Sncicti/ IslfitK/s .. ... 


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Spain 


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a Sweden 


({Switzerland ... 


a Tangier 


a Tasmania 


Trinidad, Tobago and Turk s Island 
a Tunis 


Turkey, European and Asiatic : \ 
a Constantinople and Smyrna, British Postal Agencies f 
a United States of America 


a Uruguay 


Venezueala 
a Victoria [Australia] 


a Zanzibar [India Postal Agency] 





To countries marked (a) money orders can be sent. Post cards cannot be sent 
to places marked (A) in the column for post cards. Countries whose names arc in 
italics are not in the Universal Postal Union. 



II 



58 



Post Office Department Money Orders. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Hardware^ 

MONEY ORDER OFFICE. 

In sending money by mail it is always best to transmit it by Money 
Order, if possible. If sent by letter, it should always be registered. Xo 
half-pence to be introduced into Orders. Money Orders issued and paid 
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. in. 

Commission on Money Orders. 

On Money Orders drawn by any Money Order Office in Newfound 
land on any other Money Order Office in the Colony, the commission is as 
follows : 

If not exceeding 10 ... ... ... ... 5 cents. 

Over $10 not exceeding $20 10 " 

20 30 15 " 

" 30 40 20 " 

" 40 " 50 25 " 

Xo single Money Order, payable in Newfoundland, can be issued for 
more than $50 ; but as many of 50 each may be given a> the remitter 
vei|ui! e . 

The other countries and Britisli colonies upim which Money Orders 
arc granted are distinguished by the letter (a) placed immediately before 
the name of the country or place in the Table published on pages 58, 59 r 
60, of this Almanac ; the rates of commission may be learned at the Money 
Order Office. 

On Dominion of Canada. 



Orders not exceeding $10 



10 cent-. 



" over $10 not exceeding $20 


... 20 " 


" " 20 " 30 


... 30 " 


" 30 " 40 


... 40 " 


" " 50 " 50 


... 50 " 


Maximum amount of single Order 


... $:>< ). 


On the United States. 




Orders not exceeding $10 


10 cents 


" over $10 not exceeding $20 


... 20 " 


20 " 30 


... 30 


30 " 40 


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... 60 


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70 


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... 80 


" " 80 


90 


... 90 


" " 95 


100 


... 100 



On the United Kingdom, 

Orders not exceeding 2 ... ... ...Os. 6d. stg., or 12 cents.- 

" over 2 not exceeding 5 ...Is. Od. " 25 " 

" " 5 " 7 ...Is. 6d. 37 " 

" " 7 " 10 ...2s. Od " 49 

Maximum amount of Order on the United Kingdom ... 10. 



Post Office Department Postal Orders Parcel Post. 59 
AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Fishing Tackle. 

General Suggestions to the Public respecting Money Orders. 

This Office will not be liable for any Order after payment. 

State correctly the Christian name and Surname of person to whom 
the Order is payable. 

State correctly the Christian name and Surname of the person taking 
out an Order. 

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

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

To Postmasters. 

Obtain from the presenter of a Money Order (whether he or she be 
the right owner or not), satisfactory information as to the Christian name, 
Surname and address of the person by whom drawn. In the case of a 
firm, the name of the firm and address will sullice. When an Order is 
presented through a Bank, the Order being properly signed, must also be 
crossed with the Banker s name. 

POSTAL ORDERS. 

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



Amount of 
Order. 


Cost in Local Cur 
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Cemmission. 


Amount of 
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Cost in Local Cur 
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Commission. 


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$0 27 


4s. 6d. stg. 


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PARCEL POST. 

Inland. 

Parcels not exceeding eleven pounds weight may be transmitted by 
post between places within the Colony (except to and from places with 
which postal communication is maintained by couriers carrying mails on 
foot), on payment of eight cents per pound weight, or two cents per quar 
ter pound, and a further charge of two cents per quarter pound weight, or 
a fraction of a quarter pound above one pound. Such parcels shall not 
exceed three feet six inches as the greatest length, or six feet in length and 
girth combined, the girth being measured round the thickest part of the 
parcel. No parcel will be accepted which weighs more than eleven Ibs., 
or that is not sufficiently paid ; the postage upon all parcels must in all 



60 Post Office Department Parcel Post. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Sporting Goods. 

cases be paid in advance, by means of ordinary adhesive postage stamps. 
Such parcels may be registered, the fee therefor being three cents. 

United Kingdom. 

1 areels may be transmitted by Parcel Post to the United Kingdom 
(and through the United Kingdom with countries having a Parcel Post 
with the United Kingdom, of such weight, and at .such special rates, as 
may from time to time be agreed upon by the Governor in Council), not 
exceeding eleven pounds in weight, nor three feet six inches in length, or 
six feet in length and girth measure. 1 together the girth being measured 
around the thickest part of the parcel. The rate of postage on such par 
cels, which must in all cases be piv-paid, will be as follows . On parcels not 
exceeding one pound in weight, eighteen cents this being the minimum 
charge; <m parcels over one pound in weight, twelve cents per pound or 
fraction of a pound over and above the first pound eleven pounds being 
the maximum weight. Parcels transmitted through the United Kingdom 
to countrii a u ilh whiV], the United Kingdom operates a parcel post system 
will be subject to the rates of postage chargeable by the United Kingdom 
"" J : " h countries, which po.-tage shall be over and above the 

f ates enumerated as aforesaid ; such parcels as last referred to shall be sub 
ject to the rules respecting transit thereof, etc., of the United Kingdom. 

Insurance of Foreign and Colonial Parcels. 
Parcels for the undermentioned foreign countries and British Colonies 

"" ons, via the (. nited Kingdom, can be issued 

Foreign Countries. 

Austria-Hungary, Egypt, Monk negro, 

Belgium, Finland, Norway, 

Beyrout. France, Roumania, 

Cameroons, (Jet-many, Servia 

< llina , Holland , Smyrna, 

Constantinople, Italy, Sweden, 

Denmark, Luxemburg, Switzerland. 

British Colonies and Possessions. 

Aden, Falkland Islands, Niger Const Protec- 

Antigua, Gambia, torate. 

Ascension, Gibraltar, St. Helena, 

Bahamas, Grenada, St. Kitts, 

Barbados, Hong Kong, St. Lucia, 

Bermuda, India, St. Vincent, W. I. 

British Guiana, Labuan. Straits Settlements, 

British North Borneo, Lagos, Tobago, 

Ceylon, Mombasa, Tortola, 

Cyprus, Montserrat, Trinidad, 

Dominica, Nevis, Zanzibar. 

The insured Parcels will have all the safeguards of the registration 
system, and subject to the following regulations, compensation will be paid 
if they are lost or damaged in the Post. 

The sums payable for insurance are as follows : 

To secure compensation up to 12 stg. ... ... 10 cents 

To secure compensation up to 24 stg 15 



/W Office Department Parcel Post. 01 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Pianos & Organs. 



To secure compensation up to 36 stg 20 cents. 

To secure compensation up to 48 stg -2~> " 

To secure compensation up to 50 stg 30 " 

Compulsory Insurance. 

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

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

None of the above regulations apply to parcels for the Domini. >n <>! 
Canada and the United States. 

Dominion of Canada. 

Parcels may be accepted at any Post Ollkv in \c\\ l <>miill:ind for the 
Dominion of (Vin-tda, subjecl to tin- conditions lirn-m stalrd. The rate of 
postage being fifteen cents per pound or fraction of a pound weight 1<> all 
parts of Canada. No parcel can be forwarded if over seven pounds in 
weight, or if it measure more than t\vu feet in length by one foot in width 
or depth. 

United States. 

Parcels are now accepted for transmission to the United States, sub 
ject to the following rates : 

Not exceeding one pound ... ... ... 12 cents. 

For each pound or fraction of a pound ... 12 cents. 

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

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

Registration. 
Parcels may be registered at the following rate of fees, that is to say : 

Inland or local rate ... ... ... ... Scents. 

To the United Kingdom ... ... ... ... 4 cents. 

To Canada and United States ... ... ... 5 cents. 

To all other countries the registration fee will be the same as the 
single rate of postage. 

General. 

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

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



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Post Office Department. 



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Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Bicycles. 



LIST OF POST OFFICES IN NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Post Offices marked (*) are Money Order Offices. 



Name of Office. 


1 listrict. 


Postmaster s Name. 



Adam s Cove 
Amherst Cove ... 
Anchor Point 
Anderson s Cove 
Arnold s Cove ... 
Aquforte 

* Baine Harbour 
I .;il> I Nap 
Bareneed 
Barons Island ... 

* Bay Bulls 
Bay-de-Verds ... 
Bay-du-Nord 

* Bay L Argent ... 

* Bay of Islands 

* Bay Roberts . . . 
Beau Bois 

Belle Isle 
Bellvue 

* Belloram 
Benoit s Cove 
Bircliy Head 
Bird Island Cove 
Bishop s Cove ... 

* Blackhead 
Black River 
Bonaventvtre 

* Bonavista 

* Bonne Bay 
Boot Harbor 

* Botwoodville ... 

Boxey 

Boyd s Cove 

Branch 

Brent s Cove 

* Brigus 

Brigus Cross Roads 
Brigus South 

* Britannia Cove 
British Harbor ... 
Broad Cove 
Broad Cove 

Broad Cove, Renews 



Bay-de-Venlr 
Bonavista 
St. Barbe 
Fortune 

Placentia and St. 
Ferryland 
Plaivntia and St. 
Trinity 

Port-dr-( ii-avc . 
Placeutia and St. 
.iFerryland 
.Bay-de-Verde 
. Fortune 
Fortune 
St. George 
Harbor Grace . . 
Burin 
St. John s 
Trinity 
I Yntune 
St. (ieorge 
St. Barbe 
Trinity 

Harbor Grace .. 
jBay-cle- Verde .. 
Placentia and St. 
Trinity 
Bonavista 
St. Barbe 
Twillingate 
Twillingate 
Fortune 
Twillingate 
Placentia and St. 
St. Barbe 
Port-de-Grave ., 
Port-de-Grave . , 
Ferryland 
Trinity 
Trinity 

Bay-de-Verde .. 
Bonavista 
Ferryland 



... John Evans. 
...Thomas Ford. 
...j- - Genge. 
... Charles Thornhill. 
Mary s. Jonathan Bouteher. 

... Henry Winsor. 
Mary s. . Eli Gardner. 

William Gulliford. 
Isaac Richard-. 



.Mary s. 



Eliza Shea. 
Emily Burke. 
Stephen Blundon. 
Thomas Farrell. 
.Mary M. Grandy. 
William H. Bagg. 
D. G. Fraser. 
Dober. 



Matthew Jackinan. 

... Margaret Lynch. 

... Julia Cluett. 

...JohnS. Evitt. 

... Henry Half yard. 
Helen Tilley. 

... Ann Barrett. 

... John C. Moore. 
Mary s. A. M. Blackadar. 
...Sarah A. Field. 

... Jabez Saint. 

... John R. Roberts. 

... Clara Belle Barnes. 

... Jacob T. Bendell. 

... Clara M. Miles. 

... Joseph Newman. 
Mary s. John W. English 

... John Carroll. 

... Sarah Stentaford. 

. . . John Byrne. 

... John Battcock. 

... Pierce Currie. 

... Arthur Gardner. 

... Jabez LeGrow. 

... Patrick Lawton. 

... Jane Murphy. 



Post Office Department. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Ronisch Pianos. 



Name of Office. 



Broad Cove 
Brooklyn 
Brunette 
Bryant s Cove ... 

* Burgeo 
Burgeo 

* Burin 

Burin Bay Arm... 
Burin North 
Burnt Bay 
Burnt Head 
Burnt Islands ... 
Burnt Island 
Burnt Point 
Burying Place ... 
Cape Broyle 
Cape Freels 
Cape La Hune ... 
Cape Norman . . . 
Cape Ray 
Caplin Bay 
Caplin Cove 

* Carbonear 

* Catalina 
Cat Harbor 
Cat s Cove 
Chance Cove 

* Change Islands 

* Channel 
Chapel Cove 
Charlottetown ... 

* Clareuville 
Coachman s Cove 
Codroy 

Coley s Point ... 

Collier s 

Collier s Bay Cove 

* Conception Harbor 
Conch e 
Connaigre 
Coomb s Cove ... 
Corner Brook 

Cow Head 

Crabb s Brook ... 

Cupids 

Cul de Sac West 

Cuslett 



District. 



St. John s West 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

Harbor Grace ... 

Burgeo and La Poile 

Placentia and St. Mary s. 

jBurin 

Burin 

Burin 
T\villingate 
jPort-de-Grave ... 
Burgeo and La Poile ... 

I Bonavista 

Bay-de-Verds 
Twillingate 
: Ferry land 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile ... 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile . . . 

Ferryland 

! Bay-de-Verds 
Carbonear 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Harbor Main 

iTrinity 

Fogo 

Burgeo and La Poile ... 
Harbor Main 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

| St. Barbe 

St. George 

Harbor Grace 

Harbor Main 

Trinity 

Harbor Main 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Fortune 
St. George 

St. Barbe 

jSt, George 

Port-de-Grave ... 

; Burgeo and La Poile .. 

Placentia and St. Mary s 



Postmaster s Name. 



David Tucker. 
M. D. Stares. 

AmlinisL- Thornhill. 

Selby Nosi \\-iii tli\ . 

John C. Cunningham. 

James Chambers. 
Jessie Winter. 

Philip Hollell. 
Ellen Sparrow. 

Nathaniel Turner. 
John Bishnp. 

J. M. Arnold. 

.In] in Kane. 
Thomas Tucker. 
- May. 

Bridget Cashin. 

William Hann. 

Robert Keeping. 

John Brewer. 

William Poole. 

William Johnson. 
! Thomas Cull. 

Tryphccna Nicholl 

Mrs. Joseph Guy. 

Henry Robbins 
[Elizabeth O Brien. 

Jacob Smith. 
|Justinian Dowell. 

Nathan Smith. 

James Hawco. 

I Charlotte Spracklin. 

Jennie Pittman. 

William Breen. 

John Gillis. 

Selina French. 

John Cole. 
.Uriah Thome. 
IJohn Harmon. 

Kate Dower. 

Mary Ann Harris. 

Mrs. Margaret Parsons. 

John A. Farnell. 

John Payne, jr. 

Mrs. Isabella Pike. 

Moses LeDrew. 

Susannah Spence. 
[Joseph McGrath. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Ludwig Pianos. 



Name, of Office. 



Daniel s ( ove 

Deer Harbor 

Dildo 

Dunvillr 

Elliott s Cove ... 

Knglee 

English Earbor \\YM 

English Harbor . . . 

* K.Xplnit- 

l- air Islands 
Fermense, North Side 
I Yrmeuse, South Side 

* Ferrylaud 
Flat [elands 

* Flat Island ... 
Flnwi-rV Cove ... 

* Fogo 

* Fortvuir 
Fortune Harbor... 
Fox Cove 

Fox Harbor 
Fox Harbor 
Francois 
Freshwater 
Freshwater Road 
Gambo 
Gander Bay 
I largamelle 
Garnish 

* Gaultdi.- 
George s Brook ... 
Georgetown, C. B. 
Glen wood 
Glover Town 
Goddenville 
Gooseberry Island 
Goulds 

*GrankBank ... 
Grand Bruit 

* Grand River Gut 
Grate s Cove 
Gravels 

Great Burin 
Great Codroy 
Great Harbor Deep 
Green s Harbor ... 

* Greenspond 



Di-trict. 



Postmaster s Name. 



Bay-de-Verds 
...Trinity 
...Trinity 

... | Placentia and St. 
...Trinity 
... St. Barb- 
... I Fortune 
... Trinity 
. T\villhi a1<. 



l \ rryland 
Ferryland 
l ; ri-ryland 



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Burin 

Twillingati; 

Fortune 

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... John Howard. 
... Jemima King. 
... Mrs. Emma Moore, 
.Mary s. Joachim Connors. 
... Aaron Smith. 
... It. C. Hopkins. 
... Emma J. Evans. 
...i Henry G. Batstone. 
... Thomas A. Winsor. 
... James Brown. 
... William Trainor. 
... John O Shanghnessy. 
... Tliomas G. Mony. 
... Mrs. H. Sampson. 
... Henry W. Crann. 
... Henry Norman. 
... Ambrose Fitzgerald. 
... Jessie Tuck. 
...j Richard Hamilton. 
... Selina Power. 
. Minnie Alcock. 



.. Placentia and St. Mary s. Mrs. Bridget Duke. 

. . . .George Kinslow. 
... WilliamS. Davis. 
... Mary Duff. 
...G. M. Wadman. 
... James Rowsell. 
... William Langdon. 
... Sabina Grandy. 
... Richard Bradshaw. 
... Charles Pelley. 
. . . George Chalker. 
... \V. T. Sterritt. 
... Elijah Burry. 
... Mrs. Levi Barrett. 
. . . Ambrose Janes. 
... Emanuel Chafe. 
. . . J. Forsey. 
... Wm. Billiard. 
...I John Doyle. 
... William H. Meadus. 
... Mrs. Julia McDonald. 
... Benjamin Hollett. 
... James Downey. 
... John Edgar. 
...jWilliam Mitcham. 
...|Agnes Lang. 



Burgeo and La Poile 

. .. Bay-de-Verds 
... St. John s West... 
... lionavista 
. . . Fogo 
... St. Barb,. 
. . . Fortune 
, .. Fortune 
...Trinity 

... Port-de-Grave ... 
.. Port-de-Grave ... 
.. Bonavista 
..Harbor Grace 
..Bonavista 
..St. John s West... 
.. | Burin 

..Burgeo and La Poile 
.. St. George 
..jBay-de-Verds 
.JSt. George 
.. Burin 
..St. George 
..iSt. Barbe 
.. Trinity 
.. Bonavista 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Farrand and Votey Organs 



Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster s Name. 


Griguct 


St. Barbe 


Mark Alcock. 


Groais Islands ... 


St. Barbe 


James Breen. 


Grole 


Fortune 


Agnes Jackman. 


Hall s Bay (Wolf Cove)... Twillingate 


Selina Brown. 


Hants Harbor ... 


Trinity 


Jane A. Sealcy. 


Happy Adventure 


Bonavista 


James Hand cock. 


* Harbor Briton ...1 Fortune 


Tryphrena Birkett. 


* Harbor Buffett 


Placentia and St. Mary s. 


Thomas E. Collett. 


* Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace 


A. T. Drysdale. 


* Harbor Main 


Harbor Main 


Johanna Ezekiel. 


Harbor Mille ... ... Fortune 


Mrs. Jane Barnes. 


Hare Bay, N. W. Ann... St. Barbe 


Peter McGrath. 


Harry s Harbor ... Twillingati 


Robert Upwards. 


Hatchet Cove Trinity 


Elias Robbins. 


Hauling Point ... ... St. Barbe 


James Y. Sparks. 


Haystack ... ...Placentia and St. Mary s. 


William Coffin. 


Head of Fortune Bay ...Fortune 


Catherine McCarthy 


* Heart s Content ...Trinity 


George Moore. 


Heart s Delight ...Trinity 


Samuel Humphries. 


Heart s Desire .Trinity 


Mrs. Fanny Lahey. 


Hermitage Cove ... Fortune 


Martha Francis. 


* Herring Neck ... Twillingate 


W. F. Coaker. 


Hickman s Harbor ... Trinity 


Joseph Pilley. 


Highlands 


St. George 


Margaret McPherson 


Hodge s Cove 


Trinity 


James Drover. 


* Holy rood ... ... Harbor Main 


Ellen Veitch. 


Holyrood, St. Mary s . . . Placentia and St. Mary s. 


Maggie Ste. Croix. 


Indian Arm ... ...iBonavista 


Edward Huniby. 


Indian Islands Fogo 


Elizabeth Collins. 


Inner Island Bonavista 


Moses Davis. 


Ireland s Eye Trinity 


Thomas Cooper. 


Island Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Nathaniel Crane. 


Jackson s Arm ... 


St. Barbe 


Rosanna Ford. 


Jackson s Cove 


Twillingate 


Henry Knight. 


James Cove 


Bonavista 


George Haines. 


Jersey Harbor 


Fortune 


Mary White. 


Jersey Side 


Placeutia 


John Bradshaw. 


Job s Cove 


Bay-de-Verds 


Richard English. 


Joe Bat s Arm 


Fogo 


Andrew Cook. 


Keels 


Bonavista 


Edward Penney. 


Kelligrews 


Harbor Main 


William Tilley. 


Kilbride 


St. John s West 


Edward Norris. 


* King s Cove 


Bonavista 


Patrick Murphy. 


Ladle Cove 


Fogo 


Abraham Tulk. 


Lally Cove 


Fortune 


Stephen Gould. 


* Lamalinc 


Burin 


James Pittman. 


La Manche 


Placentia and St. Mary *. 


George Rose. 



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Post Office, Department. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s -Agents for Estey Organs. 



Name of Office. 



Lance Cove 

Lance Cove, Smith s Sd. 

Lance Cove, Belle Isle .. 

* La Poile 

La Poile, Great Harbor . 

Lark Harbor 

La Scie 

Lauren cetown ... 

Lawn 

Leading Tickle 

Leading Tickles, W. 

Lee Bight 

* Little I .ay 

Little Bay East 

* Little Bay Inland 
Little Beaver Cove 
Little Codroy 
Little Harbor 
Little Heart s En- 
Little Placentia 

Long Beach 

Long Harboi 

Lord s Cove 

Lower English Harbor.. 

* Lower Island Cove 
Lumbergrass 
Manuels 
Marystown 
Merasheen 

Mobile 

Morton s Harbor 
Mose Ambrose . . . 
Mosquito 
Mosquito, St. Mary s 

* Musgrave Harbor 
Musgrave Town 
New Bay 

* New Harbor . . . 
Newman s Cove 
New Perlican 

* Nipper s Harbor 
Norman s Cove ... 
Northern Arm ... 
Northern Bay ... 
Northern Bight... 
North River 
North West Arm 



District. 



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Trinity 

Trinity 

St. John s East ... 

Burgeo and La Poile ... 

J .nrgeo and La Poile 

St. George 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

Burin 

Twillingatr 

T\\ illingate 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

Twillingate 

Fi >go 

St. George 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Plaeeiilia and St. Mary s. 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary s. 

Burin 
. Fortune 

.Bay-de-Verds 

(Placentia and St. Mary s. 
Main 



Bertha Brown. 
E. T. Gardner. 
William Clements. 
,1. C. LeScelleur. 
Francis Read. 
Jonathan Shcjipard. 
D. P. Duggan. 
George Brown. 
Mrs. Grant (acting). 
U. Martin. 
W. Gillett. 
Isaac Adey. 
Rbhard D. Walsh. 
Susan Thornhill. 
Charlotte Wii-eman. 
Thomas Elliott. 
William Knowling. 
Emma Warr. 
Eli Martin. 
Mary McGrath. 
M. H. Vey. 
Mary J. Murray. 
Mrs. Thos. Isaacs. 
Micliael Hackett. 
Mary J. Louis. 
Peter Tremblett. 



. Harbor Main ... ... Mrs. Sarah Roach. 

.Burin William Burfitt. 

/Placentia and St. Mary s. Lucy M. Hennessey. 

. Ferryland Daniel Fitzgerald. 

. Twillingate Mark Osmond. 

.Fortune ... ...Bessie Petite. 

JCarbonear ... ... Mrs. Ann Wells. 

Placentia ami St. Mary s. Mis. Bernard Doody. 

John B. Wheeler. 

;R. S. Oldford. 

Peter Moore. 

Thomas Newhook. 

Gilbert Tilley. 

Francis Howell. 

Benjamin Bailey. 

Eva Stowe. 

Catherine Woodford. 

Mary Hogan. 

Rachel Benson. 



Fogo 
Bonavista 

Twillingate 
Trinity 
Bonavista 
Trinity 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Harbor Main 

Bay-de-Verds 

Trinity 

Port-de-Grave 

Twillingate 



..Bridget Brian. 
..(Frederick Martin. 



Post Office Department. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Pianos, Organs and Aeolians. 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster s Name. 



Ochre Pit Cove ... 
Oderin 

* Old Perlican ... 
Open Hall 
Paradise 

Pass Island 

Patrick s Cove . . . 

Perry s Cove 

Peter s River 

Petites 

Petit Fort 

Petty Harbor ... 

* Pilley s Island 

* Placentia 
Plate Cove 
Pool s Cove 

* Pool s Island ... 
Port Blandford ... 
Port-de-Grave . . . 
Portugal Cove . . . 
Pouch Cove 
Presque 

* Push through ... 
Eamea 

Ram s Island 
Red Head Cove ... 
Red Island 
Rencontre 
Rencontre 
Renews 

Richard s Harbor 
Riverhead 

Riverhead, St. Marv > 
Robinson s Bight 
Robinson s Head 
Rock Harbor 
Rock Harbor 

* Rose Blanc] ie 
Russell s Cove 
Sagona 

St. Anthony 

St. Brendan s ... 

St. Bride s 

* St. George s ... 

* St. Jacques 

* St. John s City 
St. John s Central 



Bay-de-Verds 
Placentia and St. Mary s 
j Bay-de-Verds 
Bonavista 
i Placentia and St. Mary s 

Fortune , 

Placentia and St. Mary s 
1 Bay-de-Verds 
Placentia anil St. Mary s. 
Burgeo and La Poile ... 
Placentia and St. Mary s. 
; St. John s West... 
Twillingate 

I Placentia and St. Mary s. 
Bonavista 
Fortune 
Bonavista 
Bonavista 

Port-de-Grave 

St. John s East 

St. John s East ... 
Placentia and St. Mary s. 

Fortune 

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

Bay-de-Verde 

Placentia and St. Mary s. 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile ... 

Ferryland 

Burgeo and La Poile ... 

Harbor Grace 

Placentia and St. .Mary s. 

Trinity 

jSt. George 

IBurin 

|St. Barbe 

Burgeo anil La Poile ... 

Trinity 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

[Bonavista 

Placentia and St. Mary s. 

St. George 

I Fortune 

St. John s 



I .ridget Perfect. 
Mary Haddocks. 
George Tuff. 
George Shears. 
Patrick Haley. 
William Strickland. 
.Catherine McGratb. 
Rachel Kellaway. 
M. Lundrigan. 
Kldivd Qoase. 
Mary Jo-eph I la\ v~. 
Jacob Bishop. 
Iv Herbcrl. 
Kimna llradshaw. 
John Cheevers. 
Henrietta Williams. 
Peter House. 
Francis Stares. 
Margaret Usher. 
Martin Bolger. 
John Easterbrooke. 
S. L. Sullivan. 



William Collins. 
David Fitzpatrick. 
Morgan Rice. 
Patrick Dunphy. 
Catherine Giovanni. 
Joseph Earle. 
Margaret Leary. 
Edwin Skinner. 
Mary Coady. 
Edward Lee. 
Germain Pilley. 
Thomas W. Evans. 
Charles Thrown. 
John Parsons. 
Richard Furncanx. 
Mrs. Mary J. Durdell. 
Steplien Snook. 
Deborah Moore. 
Daniel Turner. 
James E. Comvay. 
John Curtis (acting). 
Mrs. Julia Snelgrove. 
J. 0. Fraser, P.M.G. 
Dicks & Co, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s-Agents for 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster s Name. 



Placentin and 
Burin 
Placentia and 



St. John s East ... St. John s 

" Garrison Hill 

" King s Bridge 

" Riverhead 

" South Side .. 
St. Joseph s 

* St. Lawrence ... 
St. Leonard s 

* St. Mary s 

* Salmon Cove, < lastns 

Salmon Covr 

Salmon ( Jove 
Salmonier 

* Salvage 

Salvage Bay 

Sandy Pt, Smith Sound 

Scilly Co\v 

Seal Cove 

Seal Cove 

Seal Cove 

Seal Cove 

Seal Cove 

Seldom-come-by 

Ship Cove 

Shoal Bay 

* Shoal Harbor 

Shoe Cove 

* Sound Island 

South Side, Har. Grace . 
South S., Bay St. George 
S. W. Arm, New Bay 
Spaniard s Bay ... 

* Spoon Cove ... 
Springdale 
Stephen ville 
Stock Cove 
Stone Cove 
Summerside 
Swain s Island ... 
Sweet Bay 
Tack s Beach ... 
Terra Nova 



... Mrs. George Walsh. 
... Miss Delanev. 
...I Richard Have.-. 
...Johanna Mealy. 
.. Mrs. Warren. 



St. Mary s. 
St. 



Mary Cormack. 



Harbor Main 

Port-de-Grave ... 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary 

Bonavist;i 

cc 

Tiinity 

u 

Bohavista 
Fortune 
Harbor Main 
Trinity 
St. Barbe 
Fogo 
Trinity 
Trinity 



Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary s. 

Harbor Grace 

St. George 

Twillingate 

Harbor Grace ... 

Burin 

Twillingate 

St. George 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

St. George 

Bonavista 



M. Vavaseeur. 

Mary s. Annie J. Sullivan. 
1 Patrick WaWi. 
Edward Kennedy. 
Mary J. Hussey. 
Frederick Gabriel. 
Mrs. Carew. 
IJames Buz-den. 
James Martin. 
Mrs. Win. Tilley. 
Ijacob Hiscock. 
George Prince. 
Charles Forsey. 
William Morgan. 
Jesse Buckler. 
John Robinson. 
P. Xewell. 
Mrs. Randall. 
Elias Jerrett, 
James S. Butler. 
J. Hard in"-. 



Thoroughfare 
Three Arms 
Tickle Cove 
Tickle Harbor 
* Tilt Cove 



Placentia and St. Mary s 

... Bonavista 

...(Trinity , 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Twillingate 



Wilson Hollett. 

Arch. Nose\vorthy. 
Annie Morris. 
A. J. Harvey. 
Lea Sheppard. 
Ernest Bradley. 
Selina Brown. 
M. E. Joy. 
Hannah Ay 1 ward. 
Edward Pope. 
Thomas Carter. 
George Hann. 
Mark Walker. 
Elizabeth Foote. 
Albert Hoi-wood. 
John Mills. 
Fanny Batston. 
Adam Skiffington. 
Margaret Lynch. 
Wm. Cunningham. 



Post Office Department Mail Routes. 



93 



Cleveland Bicycle, America s Best. 



Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster s Name. 


Tilton 


Harbor Grace 


Stephen Gosse. 



Tilton Harbor ... 

Tizzard s Harbor 

Toad s Cove 

Topsail 

Torbay 

* Trepassey 

* Trinity 

Trinity East 

Tronty 

Troy town 

Turk s Cove 

* Twillingate 

Twillingate South 

Upper Gullies 

Upper Small Point 
Valen Island 

Victoria Village 
Ward s Harbor 
Western Arm, Rocky Bay 
Western Bay 
Western Cove ... 
Western Point, La Poile . 

* Whitbourne .. 

White Rocks 

Wild Bight 

* Witless Bay 

Woody Island 



Twillingate 

JFerryland 

jHarbor Main 

St. John s East 

Placentia and St. Mary s. 
Trinity 



Twillingate 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

u 

Harbor Main 

Bay-de-Verde 

Placentia and St. Mary s. 

Carbonear 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Bay-ile- Verde 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile .., 
Trinity 

u 

Twillingate 

.Ferry land 

Placentia and St. Mary s 



Martha Dwyer. 
Joseph Osmond. 
Sarah Driscoll. 
Joseph Moyse. 
Bessie Gosse. 
James L. Murphy. 
Mary R. Buchanan. 
Reginald Mills. 
Frederick Gover 
Archibald Simnis. 
Mrs. C arberry. 
Josiah Colborne. 
George Gillett. 
Lavinia Andrews. 
Grace Hayden- 
Lucretia Lockyer. 
Sarah Powell. 
Samuel Short. 
Matilda Par.-ons. 
Jane Kennedy. 
William Rice. 
I Peter McDermot. 
;H. Leslie. 
Aaron Stone. 
Mrs. F. Robert-. 
James Shanahau. 
;James B. Williams. 



MAIL ROUTES. 

North. 

Mails will lie despatched from St. John s to the following Ports by 
Coastal Mail Steamer, which leaves St. John s fortnightly on Tuesday-, 
after the opening of navigation in the Spring, viz.: 

Bay-de-Verds and Old Perlican (alternately), Trinity, Catalina, Bona- 
vista, King s Cove, Salvage, Greenspond, Pool s Island, Seldom-Come-By, 
Fogo, Herring Neck, Twillingate, Moreton s Harbor and Fortune Harbor, 
(alternately), Exploits, Leading Tickles, Pilley s Island, Little Bay Island, 
Little Bayi Nipper s Harbor, Tilt Cove, Coachman s Cove, Englee, Conche, 
St. Anthony and Grignet. Commencing about 6th July, a steamer will 
make seven trips (more or less) to the following Ports in the Straits of 
Belle Isle, (calling at Harbor Grace and Western Bay) ; thence to Flower s 
Cove or Nameless Cove, L anse-au-Loup ; and going West Blanc Sablon, 
Bonne Esperance, Salmon River ; going North Bonne Esperance, Blanc 
Sablon, Fortean, L anse-au-Lonp, Red Bay, Chateau and Henley Harbor, 
(alternately), Chimney Tickle, Cape Charles, Assizes Harbor and Battle 



94 Post Office Department Mail Routes. 

AYBE & SONS Maypole Soap will not stain the hands. 

Harbor ; thence by steamer to Spear Harbor, Mecklenburg, (two last 
trips), Francis Harbor, Fishing Ship s Harbor, Occasional Harbor, Square 
Island, Dead Island, Snug Harbor, Venison Island, Bolster s Rock, Punch 
Bowl, Batteau, Domino, Indian Tickle, Gradv, Long Island, Pack s Har 
bor, Indian Harbor, Smoky Tickle, Cut-Throat, White Bears, Emily Har 
bor, Holton, Cape Harri-on, Ragged Islands, Adnavick, Long Tickle, 
Mannock .s Island, Turnaviek Islands, Whisor s Harbor, Paradise, Hope- 
dale, Malta, Fanny s Harbor and Nain. To thi* last 1 nrt only two 
will be 



Returning South, calling at SpracklinS Island (two trips only), Cape 
llamgan, Davis Inlet (last trip), Fanny s Harbor, Double Islands, Hope- 
dale, Paradise, Winsor s Harbor, Turnavick Islands, Hack, Mocovick, Iron 
I . iiind Island, Long Tickle, Adnavick, Ragged Islands, Cape Hanison, 
Sloop Cove, Tinker s Harbor, (lir-t two trips); Holton, Emily Harbor, 
< ut-Tlirual, White Bears, Smoky Tickle, Indian Harbor, Rigoulette, 
Indian Islands, Pack s Ifarborand [ndepenrlent, (the two last places alter 
nately) ; Cartwright, L"iig I -land, Grady. Indian Tickle, Domino, Blaek 
Ttckle, Batteau, I unch Bowl, Seal Island, Bolster s Rock, Venison Island, 
Snug Harbor, Dead Island, Square Island, Sciammy, Ship Harbor, Fish 
ing Ship s Harbor, Francis Harbor, Meicliautiiriu s Harbor (last two trip- 
nnly), Mecklenburg, Battle Harbor, Cape Charles, Chimney Tickle, Cha- 

and Henley Harbor (alternately), and Red Bay. 

The Coastal Steamer will leave St. John s on or about 20th July, and 
will connect with Labrador Steamer at Battle Harbor or Red Bay. 

After first January and until the departure (north) of the Coastal 
Steamer in Spring, mails for Englee, Conche, St. Anthony, Griguet and 
Flower s Cove, will bo forwarded by Coastal Steamer Wast to Channel, 
and thence by Courier via Bay of Islands and Flower s Cove. Mails for 
Coachman s Cove are forwarded overland per Northern Mail Route in 
winter. 



.MAILS, commencing 1st January, will be despatched by Rail 
way and Couriers every Tuesday and Friday to Clarenville, Port Blandford, 
Benton, Glenwoud, Shoal Harbor, Trinity, Catalina, Bonavista, King s 
Cove, Gambo, Norris Arm and Botwooclville ; and on every Tuesday morn 
ing for Long Harbor, Noathem Bight, Goose Bay, Indian Arm, Alexander 




Two Mails will be forwarded via Quebec to Blanc Sablon, and thence 
to P.attlc Harbor, calling at places between, about 18th January and loth 
February. The January Mail will be forwarded from Battle Harbor to 



Cart wright. 



South and West. 



Mails will be despatched from St. John s, South and West, to the fol 
lowing ports, by Coastal Mail Steamer, which leaves St. John s fortnightlv 
on alternate Tuesdays throughout the year : 

Farryland and Renews, (alternately) ; Trepassey, St. Mary s, Placen- 
tia, Burin, St. Lawrence and Lanialine ; Fortune, Grand Bank, Saint 



Post Office Department Packet Routes. 95 



AYttE & SONS, St. Jolm s-Best place to buy Hats & Caps. 



Jacques and Belloram, (alternately) ; Harbor Briton, Gaultois, Hermitage 
Cove and Pushthrough, (alternately) ; Burgeo, Eamea, (during winter), 
La Poile, Rose Blanche, Channel, Saint George, Bay of Islands and Bonne 
Bay. 

PACKET ROUTES ON BAYS. 
West. 

The Mails will leave Plaeuntia every Wednesday morning forPresque, 
Paradise, Oderin, Eaine Harbor (where the mail for Fortune Bay will be 
landed), Flat Islands and Burin. And the Mails will leave Placentia 
every Monday morning for Red Island, Rani s It-land, Harbor Bull eU, 
Haystack, Black River, Sound Island, Barron s Island, Bnrgeo. Isle Valen 
and Merasheen. 

Fortnightly sailing Packet will leave Harbor Briton immediately 
after arrival of Wesrern Mail Steamer, for Engli>li llai-lior, Saguna, Bru 
nette and Garnish. 

Sailing Packet will leave Bay L Argent weekly, immediately after 
arrival of Mails from St. John s, via Baine Harbor, for Pool s Cove, Lally 
Cove, Rencontre, Anderson s Cove, Long Harbor, English Harbor East, 
Fox Cove and Harbor Mille. 

Fortnightly Sailing Packet will leave Harbor Briton immediately 
after arrival of Western Mail Steamer, for Pass Island, Pushthrougb, Cape 
La Hune, Rencontre, Ramon, Island and Burgeo. 

By Train. 

DAILY For Topsail, Manuels, Kelligrews, Holyrood, Harbor Main, Con 
ception Harbor, Brigus, Whitbourne, Placentia, Bay Roberts, Span 
iard s Bay, Harbor Grace, Carbonear, Freshwater. 

TRI-WKEKLY For Heart s Content and Little Placentia Tuesday, Thurs 
day and Saturday. Blackhead, Old Perlican, New Harbor, Dildo, 
Upper Gullies, Port-cte-Grave, Island Cove Mondays, Wednesdays 
and Fridays. 

BI-WEEKLY St. Mary s and Salmonier Mondays and Thursdays. 

WEEKLY Arnold s Cove, Long Harbor, La Manclie, Chance Cove, Rantem, 
Collier s Bay, Tickle Harbor, Come-by-Chauce and Bay Bulls Arm, 
on Fridays. Fox Harbor, Placentia Bay, Saturdays. Trepassey, via 

St. Mary s, Mondays. 

By Waggon. 

Ferryland District, Kilbride, Goulds and Petty Harbor, every Monday 
and Thursday at 7 p. in. 

For Portugal Cove and Belle Isle, every Tuesday and Friday at 10 a. m. 
For Broad Cove and Freshwater Valley, every Thursday at 10 a. m. 

For Torbay, Pouch Cove and Cape St. Francis, Tuesdays and Fridays at 
10 a, m. 



f)6 Post Office Department General Direct unit. 



AYKE & SONS, St. John s -Best place to buy Boots & Shoes. 



GENERAL DIRECTIONS TO THE PUBLIC. 
Letters. 

Kegister all valuable letters. 

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

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

Letters for the United States should be addressed to the State as well 
as the Post Office. 

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

A letter once posted becomes the property of the person to whom 
addressed, and must be forwarded according to its directions. On no ap 
plication, however urgent, can it be delivered back to the writer or to any 
other piT<im. 

Letters containing gold or silver money, jewels, or anything liabh 
to Customs duties, cannot be forwarded by post beyond the Colony. In 
the Colony they inn4 be. registered. Always seal letters containing any 
thing of value. 

Letters addressed to mere initials will not be delivered unless ad- 
drc-si>d in care of a resident or to some box in the Post Office. 

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

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

Re-directed Letters. 

Letter^ re-directed to places in Newfoundland, Great Britain, Canada 
and the United States, without being taken out of the Post Office, are not 
liable to any additional postage. 

Request Letters. 

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

Newspapers. 

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

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

Newspapers over four ounces are charged at book rate. 



Post Office Department General Directions 9? 

AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best Goods at lowest prices. 



Books and Circulars. 

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

Patterns and Samples. 

Bona fide patterns and samples of merchandize, not exceeding hvriity- 
t our ounces in weight, Avhen posted in Newfoundland fur places within 
Newfoundland, must be prepaid by postage stamp at the rate of one mil 
per two ounces weight, properly labelled, and put up in such a manner as 
to admit of inspection. 

Packets of patterns and samples, addressed to any place in Newfuund- 
land, can be registered on affixing thereto stamps of the value of thin 1 
cents, in addition to postage stamps representing ordinary postage rate. 

The limit of weight to Great Britain and British possessions is 5 Ibs., 
the United States, 12 ounces, and all countries in Europe, 8 ounces pos 
tage, two cents for the first four ounces, and one cent for every additional 
two ounces. 

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

Registration. 

Every letter and packet intended for registration must be handed in 
at the wicket, and a receipt obtained therefor. On no account should it 
be dropped into the letter-box. The registration fee must be pre-paid on 
registered letters addressed to the Government Departments in Saint 
John s, and also on registers sent by the Government offices to the Out- 
ports. The registration fee on letters and parcels to places in Newfound 
land is three cents, including official registration ; to Great Britain, four 
cents ; to Canada and the United States, five cents. 

Letters containing coin, &c., will be forwarded in the Colony only, 
(charged with double registration fee if posted without being registered). 
Always obtain a receipt for registered letter or packet. 

Matter which cannot be forwarded by Post. 

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

Letters containing gold or silver money, jewels, or anything liable to 
Customs duty, cannot be sent out of Newfoundland. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Groceries. 



POST OFFICE DIRECTORY-NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Places marked (*) are Money Order Offices. 



Name of Pla<v. 



District. 



Aaron Arm . . . 
Aaron Cove ... 
Abraham s Cove 
Adam s Cove . . . 
Admiral s Beach 
Admiral s Cove 
Admiral s Cove 
Ad venture, Big & Little 
Alcock Island 
Alderburn 
Alder Island ... 
Alexander Bay (Reach) 
Allan Island ... 
Amherst C s, (Upper, \ 
Middle, Lower, / 



Burgeo and La 

Fortune 

St. George 

Bay-de-Verds.. 

Placentia & St. 

Fen-viand 

u 

Bonavista 

Twillingate .. 
it 

Fogo 

Bona vista 
Burin 

Bouavista 



Post Town-. 



Anchor Point.. ..St. I .arbr 



Anderson s Cove 
Anderson s Cove 

Angel s Cove 

Ann s Cove 

Ann s Cove 

Anstey Cove 

Anthony Island 

Apsey Beach 

Apsey Cove Point ... 

Apsey Cove 

Aquaforte 

Archie Campbell s (_V.. 

Arnold s Cove 

Arnold s Cove 

Aspen Cove 

Aspen Cove and Brook 

Athlone 

Bacalhao 

Baccalieu 
Bachelor s Cove 

Back Cove 

Back Cove 

Back Cove 

Back Harbor 

Bacon Cove 

Badger Bay 



Fortune 

Trinity 
Tlacentia & St. 



Twillingate .. 

Trinity" 

St. George 

.Trinity 

Fogo 

Ferryland 

St. George 

; Placentia ^ St. 

Fortune 

Twillingate .. 

Trinity 

Ferryland 

Twillingate . . 

Bay-de-Verds.. 

Placentia & St. 

Burgeo and La 

Fogo 

St. Barbe " .. 

Twillingate .. 

Harbor Main . . 

Twillingate . . 



Poile... Bnrgeo. 

Gaidtois. 
... St, George s. 
... Blackhead. 
Mary s. St. Mary s. 

Cape Broyle. 

Fermeuse. 

Glovertown. 
... Leading Tickle.-. 
... Xorris Arm. 
... Musgi ave Harbor. 
... Glovertown. 
. . . i Lamaline. 

... King s Cove. 

/ Flower s Cove, in summer 
(_ Bonne Bay, in winter. 
... Bellorani, Bay L Argent. 
Xew Harbor. 
St. Bride s, Placentia. 
IValen Island, Placentia. 
... Lamaline. 
... Little Bay Island. 
... Ireland s Eye, Shoal Har. 
... Bay of Island-. 
... Shoal Harbor. 
. . . Musgrave Harbor. 
... Ferryland. 
... St. George s. 
Mary s. Arnold s Cove. 



Mary s 



... j Little Bay Island. 

... Shoal Harbor. 

... Caplin Bay. 

... Herring Neck. [Cove). 

... Bay-de-Verds, (Red Head 
Mary s. Valen Island, Placentia. 
Poile... Burgeo. 

-Fogo. [Cove). 

. . . Hauling Point, (Coachman s 

... Twillingate. 

. . . Conception Harbor. 

..JPilley s Island. 



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AYKE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Provisions. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Badger Quay ... 


Bonavista 


Pool s Island. 


Baie Verte 


St. Barhe 


Coachman s Cove. 


Bailey s Point 





Bonne Bay. 


* Baiue Harbor 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Bain Harbor. 


Bait Cove 


Twillingate 






Bakan Cove ... 


St. George 


Bay of Islam Is. 


Baker s Brook, Bonne ) 
Bay, f 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Baker s Head 


Placentia & St. Mary s. Trepasscy. 


Baker s Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... La Poile. 


Baker s Tickle 


... Rose Blanche. 


Bald Nap 


Trinity ... Clarenville. 


Ballantine Cove ...iSt. George Bay of Islands. 


Balsam Bud Cove . . . Twillinsate Tilt Cove. 


Bank Head 


St. George St. George s. 


Baracliois, Gt. & Little 


Placentia & St. Mary s. Placentia. 


Baracliois, Big, Mid-") 
die and Lower, J 


Burgeo and La Poile. ./Channel. 


Barbaset 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay (Gargamelle). 


Barr d Brook 


cc 


Flower s Cove. 


Barr d Islands 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Bareneed 


Port-de-Grave ... Bay Roberts. 


Baron s Island 


Placentia & St. Mary s. Placentia. 


Barrocks 


St. Barbe Coachman s Cove. 


Barrow 


Fortune Belloram, Bay L Argent. 


Barrow Harbor 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Bartlett Cove 


Twillingate ... 


Little^Bay. 


Bartlett Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Bar Point 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Bassett s Harbor 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor. 


Bateau Cove ... 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove. 


Bateau Cove ... 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Bateaux Cove 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Bat s Patli End 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Bauline 


Ferrylaiid 


Toad s Cove. 


Bauline 


St. John s 


Torbay. 


* Bay Bulls 


Ferry land 


Bay Bulls. [Bull s Arm. 


Bay Bull s Arm 


Trinity 


via N. & W. T. P. 0., Bay 


Bav d Est, Fortune Bay 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L Argent. 


Bay d Est, Her. Bay... 


cc 


Gaultois. 


Bay de L eau 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Bain Harbor. 


Bay de L eau 


Fortune 


Harbor Briton. 


Bay de L eau Island... 


cc 


cc 


Bay du Loup 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Bay du Nord, For. Bay 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L Argent. 


Bay du Nord, Her. Bay 


cc 


Pushtlirough. 


Bay de Paris 


St. Barbe 


Coachman s Cove, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Ships Stores. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Rl.v TVFxnmv 




("Jniiltnia 



Bay-de-Verde 
Bay des Vietix 
Bay L Argent 

* Bay of Islands 

* Bay Roberts 

* Bay St. George 

Bay St. Genevieve 

Bear Brook 

Bear Cove 

I .ear ( !ove 

Bear < me 

Bear Cove 

Bear Cove 

Bear Cove 

Bear s Cove 

Beach y Co\v 

Beau Bois 

I leaver < ovc 

Beaver Cove 

Beaver Cove 

Beaver Cove 

Beckford 

Belburns 

Belle Isle (Beach) 

Ili-lli- Isle (Lance Cove) 

Belli- 1-1,- North 

Bell Island South 

* Belloram 
Bel vie Bay 
Ben Batt s Cove 
Bennett Island 
Bennett s Cove 
Benoit .s Cove... 
Benson Poiut. .. 

* Belt s Cove... 
Berry Head ... 
Bevan Cove ... 
Bides Arm 
Bides Cove 
Big Brook 

Rig Brook 
Big Cove 
Big Island 
Big Salmonier 
Big River, Coclroy 



Bay-de-Verds . . . 
Burgeo and La Poile 
Fortune 
St. George 
Harbor Grace... 
St. George 

St. Barhe 

St. George 
Ferryland 
Twillingate ... 

(f 

St. Bat-be 

a 

St. ( , eor^e 

Harbor ( Irace... 


Burin 
Twillingate ... 



St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary 

St. Barbe 

St. John s East 

St. Barbe 

a 

Fortune 
St. Barbe 
Twillingate ... 
Bonavista 

St. George 

u 

Twillingate ... 

a 

St. George 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 

St. Barbe 



St. George 
St. Barbe 

cc 

Burin 
St. George 



Blackhead. 
... liurgeo. 

... P.. L Argent, via Placentia. 
... Hay of Islands. 
... I lay Roberts. 
... St. George s. 

{; Flower s Cove, in summer ; 
Bonne Bay, in winter. 
... Kol>iiiM>ii s Head. 
... Hi-news. 
...Little Bay. 
... Three Anus. 
... Flower s Cove. 
...Coachman s C e, White Bav. 
.. (Yabb s Brook. 
... Harbor Grace. 
... Hay Roberts. 
... Placentia. 
... Tilt Cove. 
... Little Bay. [Neck. 

...Change Islands, He?ring 
. .. Englee. 
s. 1 Placentia. 
.. Bonne Bay. 
. . . Portugal ( ovc. 
...Topsail. 
.. Griguet. 
.. Conche. 
..Belloram. 
.. St. Anthony. 
.. Little Bay. 
.. ( ireenspond. 
.. St. George s. 
.. I lav of Islands. 

Little Bay. 

Nipper s Harbor. 

Gravels. 

La Poile. 

Englee. 

Coachman s Cove. 

Cape Norman, Griguet. 

Channel, 
oachman s Cove. 

u 

Burin, 
rand River Gut, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Dry Goods. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Bill Cove (Middle) ... 


Bonavista 


Pool s Island. 


Birch Cove 


cc 


Bonavista. 


Birch Cove 


Trinity 


Fox Har., Northern Bight. 


Birch Island ... 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Bircliy Bay ... 


u 






Bircliy Cove ... 


Bonavista 


Bonavista. 


Bircliy Cove ... 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Birch y COVH ... 


Twillineate 


Jackson s Cove. 


Birchy Head 1st. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Bird Cove 


Flower s Cove. 


Bird Island Cove ...[Trinity 


Bonavista. 


Bird Islands 


... Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 


Biscayan Bay ... 


St. John s Pouch Cove. 


Biscay Bay 


Placentia & St. Mary s. Trepassey. 


Bishop s Cove... 


Harbor Grace... 


Spaniard s v<\\\. 


Bishop s Cove... 


Port-de-Gravi- 


Brigus. 


Bishop s Harbor 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Black Brook 


Trinity 


Fox Har., Northern Bight. 


Black Duck Brook ... 


St. George 


St. George s. 


Black Duck Cove ... 


Trinity 


British Har., Shoal Har. 


Black Duck Cove ... 


a ( 

I 


Hickman s Harbor, 
Clarenville. 


Black Duck Cove 


St. Barbe 


Flower s Cove, Bonne Bay, 




I 


in winter. 


* Blackhead 


Bay-de-Verds ... 


Blackhead. 


Blackhead 


St. John s 


St. John s. 


Blackhead 


Twillingate ... .. Little Bay Island. 


Blackhead Bay 


Bonavista 


King s Cove. 


Blackhead Cove 


Fogo 


Seldom-come-bv. 


Black Island ... 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Black Island Tickle ... 


Ct 


it 


Black Eiver 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 


Blake Point 


Twillingate 


Gander Bay. 


Blaketo\vn 


Trinity 


Whitbourne. 


Blanchard 


Fortune 1 Harbor Briton. 


Bloody Arm ... 


Fogo Gander Bay. 


Bloomfield 


Bonavista ... ... Musgrave Town. 


Blow-me-down 


Bay-de-Verds Carbonear. 


Blow-me-down 


Port-dc-Grave ... Bay Roberts. 


Blow-me-down 


St. George Bay of Islands. 


Blow-me-down 


Twillingate Twillingate. 


Bluff Head Cove 


K " 


Bluff Head Cove 


Trinity Trinity, Shoal Harbor. 


Bluff Head Cove 


St. George s St. George. 


Boar Island ... 


Burgeo and La Poile... Burgeo. 


Boat Harbor ... 


Placentia & St. Mary s. Baine Harbor, Placentia. 


Boat Har., Boat Stern. 


St. Barbe Flower s Cove. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Bobby s Cove 

Bonah, Great & Little. 

Bona venture 

* Bona vista 

* Bonne Bay 

Bonne Bay, Her. Bay . 
Boot Harbor 
Bordeaux 
Bos Wai-la.- 

* Botwoodville 
Boutitou, Hillier s Har. 

Howling I dlnl I toad ... 

Boxey 

Boyd s l.-land 

Bradbury s Hill 

l .radlr\ a ( love 

Bragg s Island 

Braha, Greal \ Little . 

Branch 

I .raudy Hr., Cook s llr. 

Brandy Island 

Braziel 

Bread and Clirr-i ( !ove 

Pread Cove, Cloili- Sd.. 

Brent Island 

Brent - Cove 

Brier! v ( V, ( lape Shore 

Brick Yard 

Hi-idlers 

Brig Pa\ 

* Brigus 
Brigus Junction 
Brigus South ... 
Brine s Cove .. 
Briney s Cove 

* Britannia Cove 
British Harbor 
Broad Cove 

Broad Cove, Smith s Sd 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove, N. Shore. 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 



St. 



Twillingate .. 

Placentia & St. 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Twillingale 

Placentia & 

St. George 

T williiigatr .. 

St. Barbe 

Fogo 

Fortune 

Twillingate 

Port-de-Grave 

Bay-de-Verds.. 



MaryV. 



St. Harbe 
I la.viitia&St. 
St. Barbe 



TiltC. 
. Paradi-r, I lan-ntia. 

Trinity and Shoal Harbor. 

Bonavi.-ta. 

Bonne Bay. 

Push through. 

Hall s Bay, Spr 
. Arnold s Cove. 

St. George .-. 
. . . Botwoodvillc. 
. . . Englee. 

... Tilton Harbor, Fogo. 
... Harbor Briton. 
... Twillingate. 
... Bay Robert-. 
... Blackhead. 
... Greenspond. 
... St. Anthony. 
Mai \ >. I lacentia. 
... Griguet. 



Burgeo and La Poile... Rose Blanche. 
...Bay Bulls. 
...Brooklyn. 

... St. Anthony. 
...Tilt Cove. 
.Mary *. Placentia. 
.. Clarenville. 



St. 



utia & St 
Trinity 

Twillingate . 

St. I .arbe 
Port-de-Grave 



f iFlower s Cove, Bonne Bay, 

(,_ in winter. 
...i Brigus. 

Hallway T. 1 J . O. 

I Vrrvlaud Brigus South, Bay Bulls. 

St. Barbe Cove. 

Twillingate Tilt Cove. 

Trinity Shoal Harbor. 

it 

Trinity ... Dildo. 

Shoal Harbor. 

... Bonaventure. 
Bay-de-Yerds ... Carbonear. 

Ferryland Renews. 

St. George St. George s. 

Ponavi.-ta j King s Cove. 

... Greenspond. 

... Newman s Sound, Salvage. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns 


Broad Cove, Eushoon . 


Burin 


Baine Harl>r. 


Broad Cove 


Harbor Main 


Conception Harbor. 


Broad Cove 


Placentia & St. MarvV. 


i -sey. 


Broad Cove 


St. John s West 


Broad Cove. 


Broads 


Port-de-Grave 


Bay Boberts. 


Brook Cove 


Trinity 


Heart s Content. 


Brook Cove ... 


f 


Hickman s Harbor, 
Clarenvillc. 


Biookfield 


Bonn vista 


Pool s Maud. 


Brook field 


Trinity 


Clarenville. 


Brooklyn 


Bonavista 


Brooklyn, via 1 url lllaud- 
ford. 


Broom Cu\v 


Bay-de-Verde 


Blackhead. 


Broom Close 


Bonavi.-la 


Salvage. 


Broom s Bottom 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Broom s Point 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Brown s Cove 


u 


Coachman s Cove. 


Brown s Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Brown s Mead 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Brown s Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile... 






Brule, or Brewley, 1 
Merasheen Island, J 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 


Brunette 


Fortune 


Harbor Briton. 


Bryan s Hole, Clode Sd. 


Bonavista 


Port Blandford. 


Bryant s Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace. 


Buckley Cove, New- \ 
man s Sound, } 


Bonavista 


Brooklyn, via Port Bland- 
ford. 


Bull Arm 


Trinity 


N. & AV. T. P. O. 


Bull Cove 


Port-de-Grave 


Brigus. 


Bull Cove Burin 


Burin. 


Bullock s Tickle ...Bonavista 






Bnnyan Cove, Clode Sd 


Port Blandford. 


* Burgeo Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Burgeo ... ... PLuvntia & St. Mary s. 


Placeutia. 


Burgoyiie s Cove .. Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


* Burin ... ...;Burin 


Burin. 


Burin Bay 





Burin Island 


u 


Burn Cove 


Ferryland 


Toad s Cove. 


Burnt Arm 


Twillingate ... 


Botwoodville. 


Burnt Bay 


u 


Burnt Bay. 


Burnt Brook 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Burnt Cove, or Harbor 


Twillingate 


Little Bay Island. 


Burnt Head 


Port-de-Grave 


Brigus. 


Burnt Island 


Bonavista 


Gambo. 


Burnt Island 


Twillingate 


Leading Tickles. 


Burnt Island 


(i 


Twillingate. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Burnt Island ... 
Burnt Islands... 
Burnt Point ... 
Burnt Woods . . . 
Burton s Pond .. 
Burt s Cove ... 
Burying Place 
Bussey s Point 
Bustard Cove... 
Butler Cove ... 
Butter Brook . . . 
Butter Cove ... 
Butter Harbor 
Button Hole Cove 
Cabot Island ... 
Canada Bay ... 
Canaille 
Candle Cove ... 
Canning Cove 
Cann Island ... 
Canaries 
Campbell s Cove 
Cap Cove 
Cape Auguille 
Cape Ballard ... 
Cape Bauld ... 
Cape Bonavista 
Cape Broyle . . . 
Cape Cove 
Cape Dog 
Cape Fogo 
Cape Freels . . . 
Cape Gregory... 
Cape Island ... 
Cape La Hune 
Cape Mutton ... 
Cape Norman... 
Cap d Ognon, or Cape 

Onion, 
Cape Pine 
Cape Race 
Cape Ray 

Cape Rodger Harbor... 
Cape Rouge Harbor ... 
Cape Speai ... 
Cape St. Francis 
Cape St. Mary s 



... I lai eiitia & St. Mary s. 


Oderin, Placentia. 


... Bnrgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


... Bay-de-Verds 


Blackhead. 


u 


a 


...I Twillingate ... 
...Fogo 


Nipper s Harbor. 
Change Islands. 


... Twillingate 


Tilt Cove. 


... Fogo 


Gander Bay. 


...St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay, Port-au-Choix. 


... Twillingate ... 


Leading Tickles. 


...Si. George 


St. George s. 


...Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


.. Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


... Twillingate 


Tilt Cove. 


... Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


...St. Barbe Englee. 


...Bonavista ... ...Bonavista. 


11 


Greenspond. 


u 


Musgrave Town. 


...Fogo 


Seldom-Come- By. 


...St. Barbe 


Englee. 


... St. George 
...JTrinity 


St. George s. 
Trinity. 


... St. George 


Codroy. 


... Ferryland 


Renews. 


... St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


. . . Bonavista 


Bonavista. 


... Ferryland 


Cape Broyle. 


... Fogo 


Fogo. 


... Placentia & St. Mary s. 


St. Mary s. 


... Fogo 


Fogo. 


... Bonavista 


Pool s Island. 


...St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


... Bonavista 


Pool s Island. 


... Burgeo and La Poile... 


Harbor Briton. 


. . . Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Trepassey. 


...St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


1 " 


u 


... Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Trepassey. 


... Placentia & St. Mary s. 


11 


... Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


... Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Oderin, Placentia. 


...St. Barbe 


Conche. 


...St. John s 


St. John s. 


u 


Pouch Cove. 


. . . Placeutia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Caplin Bay 


Ferryland 


Japlin Bay. 


Caplin Bay 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Caplin Cove, (L. I. C.). 


Bay-de-Verds 


Blackhead. 


Caplin Cove Ferryland 


Toad s Cove. 


Caplin Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace. 


Caplin Cove ... 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


Caplin Cove ... 


TwillingaU- 


Exploits. 


Caplin Cove ... 


u 


Little Bav Maud. 


Caplin Cove 


u 


Tilt Cove". 


* Carbonear 


Carbonear 


Carbonear. 


Carbonear Island 


(C 


if 


Card s Harbor 


Twillingate 






Carter s Cove ... 


u 


Morton s Harbor. 


Cascade Cove 


Fortune 


Pushthrough. 


Castle Cove 


Bonavista 


King s Cove. 


Castor s Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Castor s River 


U 


tc 


* Catalina 


Trinity 


Cataliua. 


CatTSav 


Bonavista 


Gambo. 


Cat Cove 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Cat Harbor 


Fogo 


Pool s Island. 


Cat s Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Cat s Cove 


Harbor Main 


Conception Hr., R.T.P.O. 


Centre s Cove... 


Trinity 


Bay Bulls Arm. 


Chain Cove (Chance) .. 


Ferryland 


Renews. 


Chamberlains... 


Harbor Main ... 


Manuels. 


Chamber s Brook 


St. Barbe 


Flower s Cove. 


Chaleur Bay ... 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Har. Briton, Cape La Hunt-. 


Chalker s Cove 


St. Barbe 


Flower s Cove. 


Chance Cove ... 


Ferryland 


Renews. 


Chance Cove ... 


Trinity 


Chance Cove, via Rantem. 


Chance Harbor 


Twillingate 


Morton s Harbor. 


* Change Islands 


Fogo 


Change Islands. 


* Channel 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Chapel Arm ... 


Trinity 


Dilclo. 


Chapel Island .. 


Twillingate 


Twillingate, Moreton s Hr. 


Chapel s Cove 


Harbor Main 


Railway T. P. 0. 


Chapel s Island 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L Argent. 


Charlie Shear s Cove... 


St. George 


St. George s. 


Charlottetown . 


Bonavista 


Musgrave Town. 


Child s Point 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Chimney Bay 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Chimney Cove 


St. George 


St. George s. 


Chouse Brook 


St. Barbe 


Coachman s Cove. 


Church Cove 


St. John s West 


Torbay. 


Church Cove 


Ferryland 


Cape Broyle. 


Cinq Cerfs 


Burgeo aucl La Poile... 


La Poile. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Cinq lies Bay 
Clam C e, (Glamorgan) 
Clam Bank Cove 
* Clarenville 
Clarke s Beach 
Clarke s Brook 
Clarke s Cove 
Clatise Harbor 
Clay Cove ... 
Clay Pits 
Clode Sound ... 
Clown s Cove... 
Coachman s Cove 
Coachman s Island 
Coal All 
Cobbler s Island 
Cob s Arm 
CVlroy 

Cod s Head Cove 
< " 1 Jack s Cove 
Codrick s Cove 
Coffee Cove . . . 
Colchester 
Cold Harbor 
Coley s Point 
Colliers 

Colliers Bay Cove 
Colinet 
Colinet Island 
Collins Cove ... 
Columbier Island 
CollettCove ... 

Come-by-chance 



Comfort Cove 

* Conception Harbor 

Conche 

Coney Arm ... 

Confusion Bay 

Conn 

Connaigre Bay 

Conne River 

Counoire Bay 

Cook s Cove 

Cook s Cove 

Cook s Harbor 

Coomb s Cove 



Fortune 
i Ferry land 
I St. George 

Trinity 

Port-de-Grave 
St. George 

Twillingate 

I lacentia & St. Mary s 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Bay-<le- YtTils 

St. Bail 

llurin 

Twillingate ... 
lionavi-ta 

Twill ing,- ile , 

St. George 

Burgeo and La Puile... 
Twillingate ... 
Fogo 

Twillingate 

t< 

Bonavista 
Harbor Grace 

Harbor Main 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Marv s. 

u 

Burin 

C( 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 



Belloram, Bay L Arg>-nt. 

Renews. 

St. George s. 

Clarenville. 

Brigus. 

Bay of Islonds. 



Valeli Island, Plan 

White Bay, Englee. 

Northern Bight. 

Port Bland ford. 

Carbonear. 

Coachman .- ( love. 

Burin. 

Twillingate. 

Greenspond. 

Herring Neck. 

Channel, Grand River Gut. 

La Poile. 



Change Island.-. 



Nipper s Harbor. 
Greenspond. 

Bay Roberts. 
Railway T. P. ( >. 
Chance Cove. 
Salmonier. 

cc 
Burin. 



Placeutia. 

Come-by-Chance, vi 
N. & \V. T. P. 0. 

Twillingate Morton s Harbor. 

Harbor Main Conception Harbor. 

St. Barbe Conche. 

Coachman s Cove. 

Tilt Cove. 

Fortune ... Belloram, Bay L Argent. 

Harbor Briton. 
... Gaultois. 
Burgeo and La Poile... iBurgeo. 

Trinity Old Perlican. 

St. George Bay of Islands. 

St. Barbe Griguet. 

Fortune St. Jacques. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Cooper s Cove 
Cooper s Cove 
Cooper s Point 

Coppet 

Cor bin 

Corbin 

Cormorandier... 
Cornelius Island 
Corner Brook 
Corner Bk, N. W. Arm 

Cotrel sCove 

Cottell s Island, now \ 
St. Brendan s, / 

Cottle Cove 

Country Path 
Courage s Beacli 
Coward s Island 
Cow Cove, Cow Head.. 
Cow Harbor 

Crabb s Brook 

Crabb s Brook 
Crabb s Hole 
Crane s Brook 
Crawley s Cove 

Creek Cove 

Cremaillere 

Cripple Cove 

Croc 

Crocker s Cove 
Cross Island ... 
Croucher Cove 

( Vow Head 

Crow Head 

Cub Ce, White Bear B. 

Cuckold s Cove 

Cuckold s Cove 

Cul de Sac (E. & \V.) . 

Cull Harbor 

Cull Harbor 

Cull Island 

Cupids 

Currant Island 

Cuslett 

Cutwell Arm 

Harbor 



Placentia & St. Mary s, 
a a 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Burin 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

llurgeo and La Poile... 

St. George 

Twillingate 



Bouavi.sta 

Twillingate ... 

Harbor Grace 

11 

Bona vista 
St. Barbe 



St. George 

11 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 

Harbor Grace 

St. Barbe 

St. George 

St. Barbe 

St. John s 

St. Barbe 

Carbonear 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 

Twillingate ...... 



St. George 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

St. John s 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Bonavista 

Cl 

Twillingate 

Port-de-Grave .. 

St. Barbe ... [ 

Placentia & St. Mary s, 
Twillingate 



Tack s Beach, Placentia. 

Little Placentia. 

Bonne Bay. 

Burgeo. 

Burin. 

Belloram, Bay L Argent. 

Conche. 

Burgeo. 

Bay of Islands. 

Little Bay. 

Lrading Ticklr 

Glovertown. 

Twillingate. 
Bay Roberts. 
Harbor Grace. 
Flat Islands. 

Bonne Bay. 
u 

St. George s ; Channel in 

winter. 

Bay of Islands. 
Placentia, Barron Island. 
Bay Roberts. 
Bonne Bay. 
St. George s. 
St. Anthony. 
Pouch Cove. 
Conche. 
Carbonear. 
Oderin. 

Little Bay Island. 
Twillingate. 
Bay of Islands. 
Burgeo. 
King s Bridge. 
Trinity. 
Harbor Briton. 
Glovertown. 
Pool s Island. 
Leading Tickles. 
iBrigus. 
Flower s Cove, in summer ; 

Bonne Bay, in winter. 
Placentia. 
Little Bay Island. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Damnable Harbor ... 
Dancing Cove 
Daniel s Cove 
Daniel s Cove, Random 
Daniel s Harbor 
Daniel s Point 
Dantzic Coves 
Dark Cove 
Dark Cove 
Dark Harbor, Random 
Dark Hole ... 
Dark Tickles 
Darrell s Home 
Davy Button s Cove ... 
Davis Cove 
I > ivisCove,nearBnrgeo 
I >aw>c m s Cove 
Dead Isles, or lies 

aux Morts, 
Dead Lobster Bay 
Deadman s Bay 
Deadman s Bay 
Deadman s Cove 

Deadman s Cove 

Degrat du Cheval 
Deep Bight, Random . 

1 >rrp Cove 

Deep Cove 
Deep Cove 
Deep Cove 
Deep water Bay 
Deepwater Cove 
Deer Brook ... 
Deer Harbor ... 
Deer Harbor (Lower) .. 
Deer Island ... 
Deer Island ... 

Deer Lake 

Del by s Cove 

Denier Island 

Devil s Bay, Rencontre 

Devil s Cove ... 

Dildo 

Dildo Run 

Dirty Cove 

Dock Ridge ... 



Bona vista 



Salvage. 



Bay-de- 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. 

Burin 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

u 

Twillingate . 
Port-de-Grave 

Twillingate 



St. 



La 



Placentia <S 
Fortune 

Burgeo am 

Fortune 
St. John s 
Fogo 
Fortune 

St. Barbe 



Trinity 
Ferryland 

Placeutia & St. 
Burgeo and La 
St. Barbe 
Twillingate . . 

St. Barbe 

11 

Trinity 

Bonavista 
Bnrgeo and La 
St. George 
Trinity 
Bonavista 
Burgeo and La 
St. Barbe 
Trinity 

Twillingate . . 
Bonavista 
rlarbor Main ... 



... Old Perlican. 
... Shoal Harbor. 
... Bonne Bay. 
Mary s. Trepassey. 
... Lamaline. 
. . . Gambo. 
... Salvage. 
... Northern Bight. 
... C larenville. 
... Pilley s Island. 
... Bay Roberts. 
... Twillingate. 

u 

Mary s. Placentia. 

... Hermitage Cove. 

Poile... Channel. 

... Pushthrough. 
... St. John s. 
..Pool s Island. 



Mary s 
Poile.. 



Flowers Cove, Bonne Bay, 
in winter. 

Burgeo. 

Northern Bight. 

,Caplin Bay. 

Presque, Placentia. 

Channel. 
... Griguet. 
... Exploits. 

... Bonne Bay. 

u 

... Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 
... Fox Har., Northern Bight. 
...! Gambo. 

Poile... Burgeo. [T. P. 0. 

... Bay of Islands, N.&W. 
... Trinity, British Harbor. 
. . . Salvage. 
Poile..J Harbor Briton. 

Coachman s C e, or Englee. 

Dildo. 

Twillingate. 

Salvage. 

Conception Harbor, 



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District. 



Name of Place. 



Post Towns. 



Deck, Bareueecl 
Doctor s Harbor 
Doctor s Harbor 
Deciding Head 

Dog Bay 

Dog Cove, CottelPs Id. 

Dog Cove 

Dog Cove 
Dog Cove 

Dog Har., Merasheen .. 
Dod Id., Bird Cove, \ 
Dog Peninsula, J 
Bollard Ann ... 
Dollraan s Point 

Dolly Cove 

Dominion Point 

Dossenger s Cove 

Doting Cove 

Dragoon Bay 

Drake Cove 

Dreadfall Point 

Drogheda 

Broke 

Duggan s Cove 

Dunsmcir 

Dunville 

Duron t Island 

Duricle 

Durrell s Arm 

East Bay 

Easter Cove . . . 

East Point 
Eastern Tickle 
Eboulements ... 
Eddy s Cove ... 
Elliott s Cove 
Elliott s Point 
Emberley s Pond 
Englee 
English Cove 
English Cove 



Port-de-Grave 

Bnrgeo and La Poile 

Fortune 

Burin 

Fogo 

Bonavista 



Burgeo and La Poile 



St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Twillingate ... 

St. Barbe 

Fogo 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

Bonavista 



Bay Roberts. 

Burgeo. 

Belloram, Bay L Argent. 

Burin. 

Gander Bay. 

Glovertown, St. Brendan s. 

Gambo. 

Harbor Briton. 
Placentia & St. Mary s. ISalmonier. 

..Placentia, Harbor 1 ulMt. 
| Flower s Cove, in SUIIIMUT : 
\ Bonne Bay, in winter. 
.. Three Arms , Little Bay. 
.. ( i;uiibo. 

..Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 
.. Botwoodville. 

Coachman s Cove. 

Musgrave Harbor. 

Pushthrongh. 

Greenspond. 



Burgeo and La Poile... 
Port-de-Grave 
Placentia & St. Mary s. 
St. Barbe 

St. John s West 
Placentia & St. Mary s. 



Channel. 

Brigus. 

Trepassey. 

Englee. 

St. John s. 

Placentia (Railway). 



Burgeo anJ La Poile.. .[Channel. 
Burin Placentia, 



. Twillingate ... 

. Burgeo and La Poile... 

.:Fogo 

Burgeo and La Poile... 
Fogo 

St. Barbe 

a 

Trinity 

Twillingate ... 



St. Barbe 

Harbor Main 
Placentia & St. Mary s 



Twillingate. 

La Poile. 

Indian Islands, Seldom- 

come-by. 
La Poile. 
Fogo. 

Port-au-Choix, Bonne Bay. 
Flower s Cove. 
Clarenville. 
Exploits. 
Twillingate. 
Englee. 

Colliers, Railway T. P. 0. 
St. Mary s. 



English Harbor East... Fortune 
English Harbor AVest..i " 
English Harbor ... St. Barbe 
English Harbor ... Trinity 
Evan s Rock, Random,; 



. Belloram, Bay L Argent. 
...JHar. Briton, St. Jacques. 
.., Conche. 
...(Trinity. 
... | Clarenville, 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


* Exploits 


Twillingate ... 


Exploits. 


Exploits (Lower Har.). 


a 


tt 


Facheux Bay ... Burgeo and La Poile... 


Pushthiougb. 


Fair Island Bonavista 


Gambo. 


Famish Gut Placentia & St. Mary s. 


La Manche. 


Farewell Harbor ... Fogo 


Change Islands. 


Kami St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Farmer s Arm . .. Tivillingate 


Twillingate. 


Fanner s Arm, N.W.l. 


n 


u 


Farroll s Cove 


LI 


Fortune Harbor. 


Feather Pi >i ni 


Harhni (!. ... Harbor Grace. 


Felix Cove St. Genrg.- 
Femmc I oilune 
Fermeuse Ferryland 


St. George s. 
Belloram, Bay l/Argi-nt. 
Ferryland. 


Ferrole Point, &e. ...| St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


* Ferrvland 


Ferryland 


Ferryland. 


Fichot 


St. Barhi- 


Conche. 




f 


Robinson s Head ; Channel 


FischeU s Brook 


St. George ...- 


in winter ; St. Georg> 




( 


in summer. 


Fish Head OHM 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


Five Islands Bar 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L Argent. 


FlagStaff ... 


Buriii 


Lamaline. 


Flambro Head 


Bay-de-Verds... 


Blackhead. 


Flat Bay St," George 


St, George s. 


Flat Islands llonavista 


Glovertown. 


* Flat Island llurin 


Placentia. 


Flat Id., St. J obn s Bay St. Bai 1 >e 


Bonne Bay. 


Flat Rock ... ... Carbonear 


Carbonear. 


Flat Rock l-Yn viand 


Aquaforte (Ferrvland ). 


Flat Rock St. John s 
Flem-de-Lys St, Barbe 


Torbay. 

Coachman s Cove. 


FortAmherst ... St. John s 


St. John s. 


Fort Point 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Flower s Cove 


St. Barbe 


Flower s Cove. 


Flower s Island 


Bonavista 


Pool s Island. 


Flurry s Bight 


Twillingate 


Fortune Harbor. 


* Fogo 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Foote s Cove 


Burin 


O 

Burin. 


Forrester s Point 


St. Barbe 


Flower s Cove. 


Foster s Point 


Trinity 


Clarenville. 


* Fortune 


Burin 


Fortune. 


Fortune Arm ... 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Fortune Harbor 


Twillingate ... 


o 

Fortune Harbor. 


Fourchette 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Fox Bay 
Fox Cove 


Bonavista i 
Burin 


Greenspond. 

Placentia, Beaubojs, 



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AYBE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Farrand and Votey Organs 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Fox Cove 

Fox Harbor .... 

Fox Harbor , 

Fox Head Cove 

Fox Id., near Ramea.. 

Fox Island 

Fox Island River 

Fox Point 

F^x Roost 
Fox Trap 
Francis Cove ... 
Francois, near Ren- \ 
centre, J 

Frank s Island 
French Cove 
French Cove 
French Island Harbor, 
Frenchman s Cove ... 
Frenchman s Cove ... 
Frenchman s Ce Beach 
Frenney Cove 
Freshwater 
Freshwater 
Freshwater 
Freshwater 
Freshwater 
Freshwater 

Freshwater, Belle Isle. 
Freshwater Bay 
Freshwater Bay 
Freshwater Bay 
Friday s Bay 
Frost "Co ve * 
Fry s Beach 
Furby s Cove 
Gads Harbor 
Gads Harbor 
Gales Cove 
Gales Harbor 
Galliboy Harbor 
Gallows Cove 
Gallows H.,St. Joseph s 



Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 
Trinity 

Fogo 

Burgeo and La Poile... 
Fortune 

a 

St. Barbe 
Burgeo and La Poile... 
Harbor Main 
Placentia & St. Mary s. 

Burgeo and La Poih 1 ... 

11 u 

Furl u ne 

Harbor Gnu-r 

St. Barbe 

Ferryland 
Burin 

St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 
Bay-de-Verds ... 

Ferry land 

u 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 

Trinity 

St. John s East 

ii 

Bonavista 

St. John s East 

Ferryland 

Twillingate 



Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

St. George 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

a 11 

Ferryland 

Placentia & St. Mary s, 



Fogo 



Gander Bay 

Gambo ... ... Bonavista 

Gargamelle St. Barbe 

Garia Burgeo and La Poile.. 

Garnish, Great & Little Fortune 



Belloram, Bay L Argent. 
Fox Harbor. 
Northern Bight. 
Change Islands. 
Ramea. 

Gaultois. 

a 

St. Anthony. 

Channel. 

Kelligrews. 

Valen Island, Placeiitiu. 

I lai ln i 1 I li-iton. 

Burgeo. 

Gaultois. 

Bay Robei t>. 

Flutter s < love. 

Renews. 

Garnish. 

Bay of Islands. 

Placentia. 

Carbonear. 

Ferryland. 

Renews. 

Placentia, Jersey Side 

Trinity. 

Kingsbridge. 

Topsail. 

Gambo. 

St. John s. 

Toad s Cove. 

Twillingate. 

Morton s Harbor. 

Little Bay. 

Gaultois. 

Bonne Bay. 

Trinity. 

Codroy. 

Channel. 

La Poile. 

Witless Bay. 

Oderin. 

Gander Bay. 

Gambo. 

Bonne Bay. 

La Poile. 

Burin, Garnish. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Garrott s Cove 

Garrett s 

Gaskiers (Gascoigne)... 

Gasters 

*Gaultois 

Genevieve Buy 
George s Brook 
George s Cove 
George s Cove 
George s Town 
Giles Point 

Gillams 

(Jill.-trd s Cove 

Gin Cove, Smith s S.I.. 

Glenburnie 

* (llrnwood 

Glide Brook 

Glov<T I l;u }iiii 

Qlovertown ... 

Goblin Bay 

God Bay 

Godfather s Cove 

God Har., near Garnish 
Gold Cove, White Bay 
Golden Bay ... ... 

Goldson s Arm 

Good B.,Port-au-Choix 

Goose Arm 

Goose Bay 

Gooseberry 

Gooseberry Cove 

Gooseberry Island 

Gooseberry Island ... 

Goose Cove 

Goose Cove 

Goufrc 

Goulds 

Goulds, Bay Bulls Road 

Goulds Point & Brook. 

Governor s Island 

Grand Bay 

Grandy s Island 

* Grand Bank 
Grand Beach 
Grand Brook 
Grand Bruit 

Grand Ce,Coni usion B. 



Trinity 

11 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 
Harbor Main 

Fortune 

St. Barlie 

Trinity 



Port-de-Gravc 
St. George 

Twillingate ... 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Fogo 

;St. George 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

I Placentia & St. Mary s. 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

St. George 

Bonavista 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

u 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Port-de-Grave 

St. John s 

St. Barbe 

tt 

Buigeo and La Poile... 

St. Barbe 

Burin 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

U It 

St. Baibe 



Bay Bull s Arm. 
Northern Bight. 
St. Mary s. 
Hail way T. P. U. 
Gaultois. 
Bonne Bay. 
Shoal Harbor. 
Bonaventure. 
^Northern Bight. 
Railway T. P. 0. 
I .av uf Islands. 

n u 

Twillingate. 
Shoal Harbor. 
Bonne Bay. 
N. & W. T. P. 0. 

U U 

l.i Miling Tickles. 

Glovertown. 

Pushthrough. 

Channel. 

Coachman s Cove. 

[Burin, near Garnish. 

Coachman s Cove. 

Placentia. 

Herring Neck. 

j Bonne Bay. 

Bay of Islands. 

; Brooklyn, Musgrave Town. 

Placentia. 

Northern Bight. 

Glovertown. 

Flower s Cove. 

St. Anthony. 

iTrinity Harbor. 

Englee. 

Brigus. 

Goulds. 

Flower s Cove, 

Bay of Islands. 

Channel. 

Coachman s Cove. 

Grand Bank. 

u 

Channel. 
La Poile. 
Tilt Cove. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town?. 



Grandes Ilettes Harbor 
Grarulcs Dies 
Grand Vache 
Grand Ferry 
Grand John 
Grand La Pierre 
Grans way 

* Grand River Gut ... 
G randy s Brook 

G randy s Island 

Grandy s Passage 

Granrly s Point 

Grant s Cove 

Grapnell Cove 

Grassy Brook 

Grates Cove 

Gravels 

Great Cat Arm 

Great Codroy River ... 

Great Colinet Island... 

Great Coney Ann 

Great Harbor 

Great H., Connaigre B. 

Great Harbor Deep ... 

Great Island 

Great Jervois ... 
Great Lawn ... 
Great Merasheen 
Great Mosquito Cove .. 
Great Paradise 
Great St. Joseph s 
Great Southern Har. .. 

Green Bay 

Green Cove and Island 

Green Head 

Green Gardens 
Green Island ... 
Green Island Brook ... 
Green Island Cove . . 
Green Island Cove ... 
Green Point ... 

Green Point 

Green s Bight 

Green s Harbor 

* Greenspond... 
Creep s Nest 
Creep s Nest 



St. Barbe 



Fortune 



St. Barbe , 

St. George 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 

u u 



Placentia & St. Mary s. 
Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 

Bay-de-Verds 

St. George 

St. Barbe 

[St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary s, 

St. Barbe 

.Burgeo and La Poile... 
Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Ferryland 

Fortune 

Burin 

Placeutia & St. Mary s. 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 



Trinity 

u 

Harbor Grace.. 
St. George 
Trinity 
St. Barbe 

u 

Twillingate .. 
St. Barbe 
Fortune 

Trinity 


Bonavista 

Port-de-Grave 

Trinity 



Conch e. 
11 

Englee. 

Garnish. 

Belloram, Bay L Argent. 

11 a 

Conche. 

Grand River Gut. 

Burgeo. 
i i 

Rose Blanche. 

Valen Island, Placentia. 

Belloram, Bay L Argent 

Tilt Cove. 

Trepassey. 

Old Perlican. 

St. George s. 

Coachman s Cove. 

Grand River Gut. 

Salmonier, St. Mary s. 

Coachman s Cove. 

La Poile. 

Harbor Briton. 

Englee. 

Toad s Cove. 

Pushth rough. 

St. Lawrence. 

Placentia, Merasheen. 

Chance Cove, via Rantem. 

Paradise, Placentia. 

Oderin, Placentia. 

La Manche. 

Catalina. 

I Trinity. 

Spaniard s Bay. 

St. George s. 

Catalina. 

| Flower s Cove. 
u 

Exploits. 

| Bonne Bay. 

Gaultois. 

Britannia Cove. 

New Harbor. 

Greenspond. 

^Brigus. 

; Shoal Harbor. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Gregory River . 
Griguet 


St. George 
St. Barbe 


Bay of Islands. 
Griguet. 


Groais Island ... 


" ... ... Conche. 


Groat s Island .. 


Bonavista ... ... Greenspond. 


Grole (Fortune Harbor Briton. 


Guggle s Cove 
Gull Cove, Branch ... 


Harbor Grace 
Placentia& St. Mary s. 


Bay Roberts. 
Placentia. 


Gulleys 


Harbor Main 


Upper Gullies. 


Gulleys 


Port-cle-Grave 


Brigus. 


Gull Island 


Bay-de-Yerds... 


Blackhead. 


Gull Island, Cape John 


Twillingate 


Tilt Cove. 


Gull Island Cove 


u 


Exploits. 


Gull Marsh 


St. Barbe 


P.oiine Bay. 


Gussett s Cove 


Bay-de-Verds . . . 


Blackhead. 


I la Ha Bay 


St. arbe 


Griguet. 


Halfway Bay ... 


St. George 


Bay of Island.-. 


Hall s Bay 


Twillingate ... 


Little Bay, Pilley s Island. 


Hall s Bay HIM. 1 


a 


a 


Hall s (Tom) Harbor.. 


u 


Exploits. 


Hall s Town 


Port-du-Gra\e 


Bay Roberts. 


Hamilton Cove 


Twillingate 


Fortune Harbor. 


Handy Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Hants Harbor 


Trinity 


Heart s Content. 


Happy Adventure 


BonaviMa 


Glovertown. 


* Harbor Briton 


Fortune 


Harbor Briton. 


* Harbor Buffett 


Placentia & St. Man s. 


Placentia, Harbor Buffet!. 


Harbor Deep 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Harbor do* Yeau.x 


tt 


Conche. 


Harbor Galley 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


* Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace. 


Harbor Grace Island... 


u 


u 


Harbor Island 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Harbor Le Con 


Bnrgeo and La Poile... Rose Blanche. 


* Harbor Main 


Harbor Main ... 


Harbor Main. 


Harbor Mille 


Fortum- 


Belloram, Bay L Argent. 


Harbor Round 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove. 


Hardy Cove 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Hare Bay 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony. 


Hare Bay, Fresh- ~) 
water Bay 


Bonavista 


Gambo. 


Hare Bay, near Ren- \ 
centre, / 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Harbor Briton. 


Hare Bay 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Hare Bay 
Hare Harbor 


St. Barbe 
fortune 


St. Anthony. 
Belloram. 


Harricot, or Harry s Ce 


3 lacentia & St. Mary s. 


Salmonier. 


Harry s Harbor 


Twillingate Jackson s Cove, Little Bay. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Hart s Cove 
Hatchet Cove 


Twillingate 
Trinity 


Twillingate. 
Northern Bight. 


Hatcher s Cove 


Fortune Belloram. 


Hatter s Point 


Burgeo ami La Poile..JBurgeo. 


Hauling Point 


St. Barbe 


Uoachmans Cove. 


Hawke s Harbor 


a 


Bonne Bay. 


Hayward s Cove, \ 
CottelPs Island, ) 


Bonavista 


Glovertown, St. Brendan s. 


Hay Cove 


it 


lambo. 


Hay Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Flat Islands, Placentia. 


Hay Cove 


St. Barbe 


jtriguet. 


Haystack 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 


Head s HP., H. B. Har. 


Twillingate ... 


Little Bay. 


Head of Fortune Bay... 


Fortune 


Ik lloram, Bay L Argent. 


Healy s Cove ... 


Harbor Main 


Harbor Main. 


* Heart s Content ... 


Trinity 


Heart s Content. 


Heart s Delight 


U 


it 


Heart s Desire 


a 


it 


Heart s Ease 


it 


Northern Bight. 


Hermitage Cove 


Fortune 


Hermitage Cove. 


Herring Cove 


Burin 


St. Lawrence, Burin. 


* Herring Neck 
Hibb sHole 


Twillingate ... 
Port-de-Grave 


Herring Neck. 
Bay Roberts. 


Hickman s Harbor ... 


Trinity 


Clarenville. 


Highbeach 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Highlands 


St. George ... \ 


St. George s, in summer ; 
Channel, in winter. 


Hilliard s Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Hiscock s Point 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


T-Trwl il AI^ C ("~^m7P 


13 i-\-r\ n ITIC -f n 




IlLHUlti o v^UVc ... 

Hodder s Cove 


J3OIlcl V lot I ... ... 

Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Hodge s Cove 


cc 


Northern Bight, 


Hogau Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia, Merasheen. 


Hollett s Cove 


Bonavista 


Glovertown. 


Hollow-ay s Passage ... 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Paradise, Placentia. 


Holyrood 


a 


St. Mary s. 


* Holyrood 


Harbor Main 


Holyrood. 


Hoop Cove 


Fortune 


Belloram. 


Hooping Harbor 
Hog s Nose 


St. Barbe 
Trinity 


Englee. 
Trinity. 


Hope All 


u 


Dildo. 


Hopewell 


Harbor Main 


Kelligrews. 


Hopevillu 


Bonavista 


Brooklyn. 


Hornet Island 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Horse Chops Trinity 


Trinity. 


Horse Cove ... ... Harbor Main ... 


Broad Cove. 


Horse Islands ... St. Barbe 


La Scie, Tilt Cove, 



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AYRE & SONS Maypole Soap will not stain the hands. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Hosk in s Harbor 
Houses Point 
How Harbor 
Hughes Brook 
Hungry Cove 
Hungry Cove 
Hunter s Point, \ 

Port-au-Choix, J 

Hunts 

Humber Valley 
Humbcr River 
Indian Arm 
Indian Arm 
Indian Hay 
Indian Bight ... 
Indian Burying Place . 
Indian Ce, Fortune Hi-. 

Indian Cove 

Indian Cove 

Indian Cove ... 

I ud ian Har. and Island 



Twillingate 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary s 
Trinity 

St. Bail M- , 

Burgeo and La Poile.., 
St. Uarlic 
St. George 
Bonavista 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

T\\ illingate 



Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile... 



Exploits. 
Gaultois. 

St. Anthony. 
Day of Islands. 
Placentia, Barren Island. 
Hickinan s Harbor. 

Bonne Bay. 

Burgeo. 

Bonne Bay. 

Bay of Islands. 

Brooklyn. 

I >iirnt Bay. 

Greenspond. 

Little Bay. 

Tilt CW. 

Fortune Harbor. 

Brooklyn, Port Blandford. 



Indian Hr., Merasheen Placentia & St. Marv s 



Indian Head 
Indian Islands 
Indian Point .. 
Indian Pond .. 
Indian Tickle, Long L; 
Inglewood, Random .. 
Ingornachoix Bay 
Inner Pinchard s I.-ld 

Ireland Bight 

Ireland Island 
Ireland s Eye... 

Irish town 

Irish town 
Irishtown 

Island Cove (Upper).. 
Island Cove ... 
Island Cove ... 
Island Cove ... 
Island Harbor 
Isles aux Sauvages .. 
Isles aux Morts 
Isthmus Bay ... 
Ivany s Cove ... 
Jack of Clubs 
Jackson s Arm 



St. George 
Fogo 

Tu-illiugate 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile... 
Trinity 

St. George 

Carbonear 
Ferry-land 
Harboi Grace 
Trinity 



Fogo 

St. Bat-be 

Buigeo and La Poile... 

St. George 

Trinity 

St. George 
St. Barbe 



Bonne Bay. 

La Poile. 

Placentia, Harbor Buffett. 

St. George s. 

Seldom-come-by. 

Exploits. 

Railway T. P. 0. 

Little Bay Island. 

Clarenville. 

Bonne Bay. 

Pool s Island. 

St. Anthony. 

La Poile. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

Bay of Islands. 

Carbonear. 

Bay Bulls. 

Spaniard s Bay. 

Trinity. 

Northern Bight. 

Heart s Content. 

Fogo. 

Bonne Bay. 

Channel. 

St. George s. 

Clarenville. 

St, George s. 

Coachman s Cove, 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Jackson s Cove 
Jacob s Cove, New Bay 
Jacques Fontaine 
James Cove ... 
James Cove ... 
Jean-de-Bay ... 
Jenkins Cove 
Jenning s Cove 
Jerritt s Point 
Jersey Harbin- 
Jersey Side ... 
Jigging Cove, Branch . 
Jigging Hole ... 
Job s Cove 

Job s Head 

Joe Batt s Arm 
Jones, or Jours Cove... 
John Smith s Harbor . 
John s Beach 
John s Pond 
Josiah Spencer s Cove . 
Journois 
J allies Harbor 
Juniper Stump 
Kane s Point 
Kate Harbor 
Keels 
Kelligrews 
Kelly s Island 
Keppel Harbor, Port-\ 
au-Choix, J 

Kerley s or Careless Hr. 
Kettle Cove ... 
Kettle Cove ... 
Kilbride 
Killick Island 
* King s Cove 
King s Cove 
King s Cove 
King s Cove 
King s Harbor 
Kippin s Harbor 
Kippins 

Kirby s Cove ... 
Kitchues 
Kite Cove 
Knife Cove 



Twillingate ... 

u 

Fortune 

Bonavista 

Harbor Main ...... 

Burin 

Twillingate ... 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Fortune ...... 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 

u u 

Trinity 

Bay-de-Verds ... 

Trinity 

Fogo ...... 

Twillingate ... 


St. George ...... 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 
Twillingate ... 
St. George 
Twillingate ... 
Port-de-Grave 
Twillingate ...... 

Bonavista ...... 



Harbor Main ... 



St. Barbe ...... 

Trinity ...... 

Bay-de-Verds 
Twillingate ... 
St. John s 
Twillingate ..... , 

Bonavista 
Trinity 

Twillingate ... 
St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile... 
Placentia & St. Mary s 
(St. George ...... 

Burin 

Harbor Main ..... 

iTwillingate ...... 

o and La Poile.. 



Little Bay. 
Fortune Harbor. 
Belloram, Bay L Argent, 
Brooklyn. 
Conception Harbor. 
Placentia, Beaubois. 
Twillingate. 



Channel. 

Harbor Briton. 

Jersey Side. 

Placentia. 

Trinity. 

Blackhead. 

Trinity. 

Fogo. 

Twillingate. 

Little Bay. 

Bay of Islands. 

Salmonier. 

Exploits. 

St. George s. 

Leading Tickles. 

Brigus. 

Exploits. 

King s Cove. 
(i 

Kelligrews. 

u 

Bonne Bay. 

Shoal Harbor, Bonaventnru 

Blackhead. 

Twillingate. 

Kilbride. 

Exploits. 

King s Cove. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

Jackson s Cove, Little Bay. 

Bonne Bay. 

Burgeo. 

Paradise, Placentia. 

St. George s. 

Burin. 

Conception Harbor. 

Botwoodville. 

Burgeo, 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Knight s Cove 
Kyer s Cove ... 

Ladle Cove 

Lady Cove 

Lady Cove, Random.. 

La Hune Bay 

Laliey s Cove 

Lake s Brook ... 
Lake Cove 

Lally Cove 

* Lamaline 

La Manche 
La Manehe 
Lamble s Passage 
Lance ( DVC, near 
Rencontre, 

Lance Cove 

Lance Cove, Belle Isle 
Lance Cove, 1 t. Lance 

Lani e dive 

Lance Cove 

Lance < iove, Smiili s 

Smith s Sound, 
Langdown Cove 
Langue-de-Cerf 
L anse-a-Bark 
L aine-a-L eau 
L anse-au-Maree, or 

L anse Maria, 
L anse-au-Medee, or ] 

L onse-a-Meadow, J 
L anse-au-Loup 
La Blante 

*LaPoile 

L Argent s Cove 
Lark Harbor 
La Scie 

Lawn, or L ane 
Lawrence Harbor, or"| 

La \vrencetown, 
Lead Cove 
Leading Tickles 
Lear s Cove 
Lee Bight 
Lion s Den 
Lion s Den 
Little Barrow,., 



Bonavista 
Twillingate .. 
Fogo 

Twillingate .. 
Trinity 
Burgeo and La 
! St. George 
Burgeo and La 
Fortune 

a 

Burin 
1 Yrr viand 
Placentia & St. 
Fortune 



Poile... 
Poile... 

Mary s. 
Poile... 



Bnrgeo and La 

Harbor Main 

SI. .lohn .- 

1 lacfiitia & St. Mary - 

Trinit\ 



King s Cove. 

Exploits. 

Musgrave Harbor. 

Leading Tickles. 

Clarenville. 

Harbor Briton. 

iBay of Islands. 

( liannel. 

Fortune. 

Belloram, Bay L Argent. 

Lamaline. 

Toad s Cove. 

La Manche. 

Gaultois. 

Harbor Briton. 

Kelligrews. 
Topsail. 
Placentia. 
Heart s Content. 



Twillingate 

Fortune 

Burin 

u 
St. Bai be 



... Britannia CWe, Shoal Har. 

... Jackson s Cove, Little Bay. 
...Belloram, Bay L Argent. 
... Lawn. 
...Burin. 

Griguet. 



Burin 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 

a a 

Fogo 

St. George 

Burin 
Twillingate . . . 

Trinity 

Twillingate ... 

Placentia & St. Mary s, 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Burgeo 

Fortune 



. Burin. 
. La Poile. 

u 

..;Fogo. 

.. Bay of Islands. 
..Tilt Cove. 
.. St. Lawrence. 

.. Botwoodville. 

.. Heart s Content. 
. Leading Tickles. 
.Placentia. 

Northern Bight. 

Salvage. 

: Fogo. 

Belloram, Bay L Argent 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best Goods at lowest prices. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Little Bay 

T.i ttlo ~Ro\r 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 
Rnrin 



Little Bay East ...I Fortune 
Little Bay West 
Little Bay, Her. Bay,.. 
Little B., or Baie Verte 

* Little Bay 

* Little Bay Island ... 
Little Belle Isle 
Little Cat Ann 
Little Catalina 
Little Chance Harbor . 
Little Codroy River ... 
Little Colinet Island... 
Little Coney Ann 
Little Denier 

Little Fogo Islands ... 
Little French Beach ... 
Little Harbor 
Little Harbor 
Little Harbor 

Little Harbor 

Little Harbor 

Little Harbor... 
Little Hr. & Batean C e 
Little Harbor Deep 
Little Heart s Ease 
Little Lawn, or L ane.. 



Little Merasheen 
Lifcde Mertier 
Little Northern Har. 
Little Paradise 
Little Plawntia 
Little Port ... 
Little Reach ... 
Little Ridge . . . 
Little River . . . 
Little River ... 



St. Barbe 
Twillingate 

ETarbor Main ... 
St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Twillingate ... 

St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 

St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

Fogo 

Twillingate ... 

Bonavista 

Bnrgeo and La Poile.. 



Bellorani, Bay L Argent. 

Harbor Briton. 

Gaultois. 

Coachman s Cove. 

Little Bay. 

Little Bay Island. 

Manuels. 

Coachman s Cove. 

Catalina. 

Morton s Harbor. 

N. N. & W. Railway. 

Salmonier. 

Coachman s Cove. 

i Salvage. 

IFogo. 

Twillingete. 

Salvage. 

La Poile. 

Belloram, Bay L Argeut. 



Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary s. Salmonier. 

" ... Placentia, Oderin. 

" " ..LaManche. 



St. George 
St. Barbe 
Trinity 
Burin 



Bay of Islands. 

Englee. 

Northern Bi^ht. 
St. Lawrence. 



Placentia & St. Mary s. Placentia. 

Burin 

Twillingate Exploits. 

Placentia & St. Mary s. Paradise, Placentia. 
" " "... Little Placentia. 

St. George 

Fortune 
. Trinity 

. Burgeo and La Poile. 
. Fortune 



.Bay of Islands. 

. Belleoram, Bay L Argent. 

. Dildo. 

. Burgeo. 

J Gaultois. 



Little Seldom-come-by Fogo 



Little Springs 
Little St. Joseph 
Little St. Lawrence .. 
Little "Ward s Harbor . 
Liverpool Cove 

Lobster Cove 

Lobster Cove 

Lobster Harbor 



St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 

Burin 

Twillingate 

St. George 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 



Seldom-come-by. 

St. Anthony. 

Oderin, Placeutia. 

St. Lawrence. 

Little Bay Islands. 

Bay of Islands. 

Bonne Bay. 

Belleoram, Bay L Argent. 

Coachman s Cove. 



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AYBE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Groceries. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Locke s Harbor 


Twillingate ... 


Leading Tickles. 


Lock s Cove ... 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rencontre, Harbor Briton. 


Lock s Cove ... 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Lock s Cove ... 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthonv. 


Lodges 


Trinity Dildu. 


Logy Bay 

l.oiii, l!(. j ;idi ... 


St. John s 
IPlacentia A St. MarvV. 


Kingsbridge. 
Trepassey. 


Long Beach Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


Long Beach Pond ...|Port-do-Grave 


Uiiv Robert.-. 


Long Cove 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


Long Cove 


(C 


Dildo. 


Long Cove 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Long Covt-, Clode S d.. 


Bona vista 


Port Bland ford. 


Long Harbor 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L Argent. 


l^ iig Hat-bur ... 


Placcntia & St. Mary s. 


Long Har., N. & W. T.P.O 


Long Harbor ... 


Trinity 


Britannia Cove. Shoal Har. 


Long Island 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Long JM.-md [Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 


Long Island .. ...Twillingate 


Little Bay Island. 


Long Island " 


Exploits. 


Long Point ... 





Twillingate. 


Long Pt, Port-au-Port 


Si. George 


St. George s. 


Long Pond 


Harbor Main 


Manuels. 


Long Tickle 


Twillingate Little Bay Island. 


Loo Bay 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Loon Bay 


Twillingate ... 


Burnt Bay. 


Loon Cove 


Bonavista 


Greeuspond. 


Loon s Cove 


Burin 


St. Lawrence. 


Lord s Cove ... 


cc 


pamaline. 


Loric-s 


u 


a 


Love Cove, Clode Sd. .. 


Bonavista 


Port Blandford. 


Lower Amherst Cove .. 





Kins s Cove. 


Lower Bacon Cove ... 


Harbor Main . . . Conception Harbor. 


Lower Cove ... 


St. George . . ... St. George s. 


Lower Burgeo 
Lower Dark Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... Burgeo. 
Bonavista Gambo. 


Lower Gullies 


Harbor Main 


Upper Gullies. 


Lower Harbor 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Lower English Harbor 
* Lower Island Cove .. 


Fortune 
Bay-de-Verds 


l^ 

Belleoram, Bay L Argent 

Blackhead. 


Lower Eocky Brook . . . 


Trinity 


Britannia Cove, Shod 
Harbor. 


Lower Shoal Harbor... 





Dlarenville. 


Lower Small Point ... 


Bay-de-Verds ... ( 


Jarbonear. 


Lowland Cove 
Low Point j 


rwillingate I 
3ay-de-Vercls .. ] 


Pwillingate. 
Blackhead. 


Luke s Arm (Twillingate 


rwillingate. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Provisions. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Limaire Bay ... 
Lushe s Bight... 
Mack s Island .. 
Maddox Cove... 
Magotty Cove 



St. Barbe 

Twillingate 



St. John s 
Trinity 



Griguet. 

Little Bay Island. 



. . . Petty Harbor. 

... Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 



Island, 

Mahony s Cove . .. " 

Mainland, Gut River JSt. George 
Maiden s Arm ...i St. Barbe 

Mai Bav 



& St. Mary s. Placentia, Sound Island. 



Mall Bay 

Man o War Cove 
Man Point 
Mansfield Bight 
Mannels 
Manuel s Cove 
Marches Point 
Margaree 
Marquise 
Marshall s Folly 
Marshall ville ... 
Marticot 
Martin s Point 

Marystown 

Mauve Bay, Noddy B. 

May Pondj Point May. 

Mclver s Cove 

Meadows 

Menchin Cove, New-") 

man s Sound, } 

Merasheen 

Mercer s Cove 
Mercer s Cove 
Merchant s Cove 
Meraitt s Harbor 
Merry Harbor 
Messervey s Cove 
Michael s Harbor 
Mick s Cove 
Middle Arm 
Middle Arm 
Middle Arm 
Middle Arm, Three \ 

Arms, J 

Middle Arm, Rocky B. 

R 



... Placentia & St. Mary s. 

St. George 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate ... 

St. George 

Eurgeo and La Poile... 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 

Bay-de-Verds 

Twillingate ... 

1 Placentia & St. Mary s. 

!St. Barbe 

Burin 

St. Barbe 

Burin 

St. George 

cc 

Bonavista 

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

Twillingate 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 

St. George 

Twillingate 

Burin 

St. George 

Bonavista 
Twillingate 



!Valen Island, Placentia. 

JSt. George s. 

St. Anthony. 

Bonne Bay. 

i f St. Mary s, Riverliead, 

Salmonier. 
St. George s. 
,Gainbo. 
Tilt Cove. 
Manuels. 
Twillingate. 
: St. George s. 
Channel. 
Little Placentia. 
Carbonear. 
Burnt Bay. 
Paradise, Placentia. 
Bonne Bay. 
Placentia, Beaubois. 
Griguet. 
Lamaline. 
Bay of Islands. 

a 

Salvage. 

Placentia. 
Bay Roberts. 
Burgeo. 
Harbor Briton. 
Herring Neck. 
Placentia, Tack s Beach. 
St. George s. 



Lamaline. 
Bay of Islands. 
Glovertown. 
Lietle Bay. 



Togo 



. Musgrave Harbor. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s-Best place to buy Ships Stores. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Middle Barachois Brk. 


St. George 


lloliinsoiVs Head. 


Middle Bight 


Harbor Main ... 


Kelligrews. 


Middle Bill Cove- ... 


Bonavista 


Pool s Island. 


Middle Brook 


u 


Gambo. 


Middle Cove 


a 


Bonavista. 


Middle Cove 


St. John s 


King s Bridge. 


Milk Boy Cove 


Twillingate ... 


Little Bay Island. 


Miller s Passage 


Fortune 


II ;n bor Briton. 


Miller s Town 


St. John s 


King s Bridge. 


Million s Cove 


St. Barbe 


Conche. 


Mill Cove 


St. George 


Bay ot Islands. 


Mill Island 


Twillingate ... 


Little Bay, Hall s Day. 


Ming s Bight 


St. Barl- 


Coachman s Cove. 


Mint, 1 rook 


Bonavista 


Gambo. 


Miot Cove, near ( !a I 
tor s River, J 


St. liarbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Mistaken Cove 


a 


Flower s Cove. 


Mobile 


Ferryland 


Mobile. 


Mock Beggar 


Bonavi-i,i 


Bonavista. 


Molliers 


Burin 


Grand Bank. 


Montgomery St. George 


Channel. 


Mooney s Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia, Harbor Butt ett. 


Moores Cove 


Twillingate 


Fortune Harbor. 


Morgan Island ... Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Mortier ... ... Burin 


Placentia, Beaubois." 


Morton s Harbor ... Twillingate 


Morton s Harbor. 


Morts, Deadman s Bay 
Mose Ambrose 


Burgeo and La Poile...; Channel. 
Fortune ... .,.. Harbor Briton. 


Mother Rex ... 


Placentia & St. Marv s. 


St. Mary s. 


Mother Lake Bay ... Burgeo and La Poile... 

11 if _ T-l ,1 


Channel. 



Mouse Island 
Mud Cove 
Muddy Brook 
Muddy Hole Wesl 
Muddy Hole ... 

Muddy Hole 

Mulley s Cove 

* Mnsgrave Harbor . . . 

Musgrave Town 

Mosquito and Muddy! 
tr^i^ * c 



Burin 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La 1 oile... 



Burin, Spoon ( love. 

Bonavista. 

Bun 



Fugo 



Twillingate ... 
Bay-de- Verds . . . 

iFogo 

Bonavista 



Hole, 
Mosquito Har., near 

Ramea, 

Mosquito Cove 
Mosquito 
Mosquito 



jeo. 
M usgrave Harbor. 

Exploits. 
Carbonear. 
Mnsgrave Harbor. 
Mnsgrave Town, Port 
Blandford. 



Burgeo and La Poile... Push through. 



Burin 

Carbonear 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 



Ramea. 

Burin. 

Carbonear. 

Salmonier. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Dry Goods. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Mussel Harbor Ann ... 

Mussel Pond 

Mutton Bay 

Mumper s Island 

Xakcd Man 

Nameless Cove 
Narrows 

Neck Harbor 

New Bay 

New Bay Head 
New Bona venture 
New Burnt Cove 
New Cut Room 
Newell s Island 
Newell s Brook 
New Ferole ... 
New Harbor ... 
New Harbor, near \ 
Rencontre, j 

New Harbor ... 
New Harbor ... 

* New Harbor 
Newman s Cove- 
Newman s Sound 
New Perlican 
New Town 
New Town 

New World Island ... 

Nick s Nose, near ) 

Jackson s Cove, J 
Nimrod 

* Nipper s Harbor, ) 
Noble Cove, J 

Noddy, or Mauve Bay. 
Noggin Cove ... 
Nonsuch 
Norman s Cove 
Norman s Cove 

N orris Arm 

N( irris Point ... 
North Arm ... 
Northern Arm 
Northern Bay 
Northern Bight 
Northern Bight 
Northern End 



Placentia & St. Marv s. 



Twillingate ... 

u 

St. Barbe 

Burin 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

Twillingate 

u 

Trinitv 



Bonavisla 

(C 

St. Baibe 
Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 
Bonavista 

u 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Harbor Main 

Twillin-iite ... f 

Twillingate ... 



St. Barbe 

Fogo 

Placentia & St. Mary s 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe, 

St. George 

Twillingate 

Bay-de-Verds ... 
Trinity 

U 

Fogo 



Placentia, Harbor Buffett. 
Salmonier. 
Trepassey. 
Exploits. 

Jackson s Cove, Little Bay. 
Flower s ( love. 
Burin. 

Rose Blanche. 
i tune Harbor. 

u 

Trinity, Shoal Harbor. 

oal Harbor. 
Trinity, Shoal Harbor. 
Greenspond. 



Bonne Bay. 
Greenspond. 

Harbor Briton. 

Belloram, Bay L Argent. 
Griguet. 

New Harbor. 
King s Cove. 
Salvage. 

Heart s Content. 
Pool s Island. 
Holyrood. 

Twillingate and Herring 
Neck. 

Little Bay. 
Leading Tickles. 
Nipper s Harbor. 

Griguet. 

Musgrave Harbor. 

Placentia, Oderin. 

Griguet. 

iDildo. 

|N. N. & W. Railway. 

Bonne Bay. 

Bay of Islands. 

Botwoodville. 

Blackhead. 

Northern Bight. 

Catalina. 

Change Islands, 



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AYBE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Hardware. 



Name of Place. 



District 



Post Towns. 



Northern Harbor 

Northern Harbor 

North Harbor 

North Har., Sound Id. 

North River ... 

N- W. Arm, Alexan- "| 

tier Bay, 

N. W. Arm, Clode Scl.. 
N. W. Arm, Rocky "Ray 
N. W. Arm, Green Bay 
North West Brook . .. 
North West Brook . . . 
North West Cove ... 
N. W. Point, Hare Bay 
Norton s Cove 
Nuddick 
Nut C e, now Brookfield 
Oar Bay, near Cape ( 

La Hune, 
Oar Cove 
Gchre Pit Cove 
Oderin 

Offer AVadhams 
Old Bona venture 

Old Ferole 

Old House Cove 
Old Man s Bay 

* Old Perlican 

Old Port-au-Choix . . 

Old Shop 

Old Tilt 

Old Woman s Cove . . 
Oliver s Cove 
Oliver s Cove 
Onion Cove 

Open Bay 

Open Hall 

Orange Bay, or Greatl 

Harbor Deep, 
Otterbury 

Otterbury 

Otterbury 

Otter Island 

Otter s Point 

Otter s Point 

Oujnette 



Twillingate Exploits. 

. . . Little Bay Islands. 
Placentia & St. Mary s. Salmonier. 

.. Placentia, Sound Island. 



Port-de-Grave 


Brigus. 


Bonavista 


Glovertown. 


u 


Port Bland lord. 


Fogo ... ... Mnsgrave Harbor. 


Twillingate Little Bay. 


Trinity Northern Bight. 


Bouavista 


Glovertown. 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony. 


Bonavista 


Pool s Island. 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


"" 


Clarenville. 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Harbor Briton. 


11 U 


Burgeo. 


Bay-de-Verds 


Blackhead. 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Oderin, Placentia. 


Fogo 
Trinity 


Musgrave Harbor. 
Trinity, Shoal Harbor. 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


Burgeo and La Poile.. 


Bnrgeo. 


Bay-de-Verds ... 


Old Perlicau, via Black 
head. 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bav. 


Trinity 


Dildo. 


" 


Shoal Harbor. 


FoT t 11 TIP 




L \Ji Lllll V ... ... 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Valen Island, Placentia. 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


11 


Flower s Cove. 


Bonavista 


King s Cove. 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Bay-de-Verds 


Carbonear. 


Harbor Grace... 


Harbor Grace. 


Port-de-Grave 


Bav Roberts. 


Twillingate ... 


Little Bay. 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Trinity 


Britannia Cove, Shoal Har, 


Twillingate 


N. <fe W. T, P, O, 



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AYBE & SONS, St. John s -Best place to buy Fishing Tackle. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Outer Cove 


St. John s 


King s Bridge. 


Outer Pinch ard s Isl d. 


Bonavista 


Pool s Island. 


Our Harbor ... 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Racquet St. Barbe Tilt Cove. 


Paddle Cove, near "] 
Cape La Hune 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Harbor Britoii. 


Paine s Harbor 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Paradise 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Paradise, Placentia. 


Paradise 


Twillingate ... 


Twillingate. 


Pardy s Island 


Burin 


Burin. 


Parker s River 


St. Barbe 


jlriguet. 


Parker s Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Baine Harlmr. 


Park Harbor ... 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Parson s Pond 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Passenger Cove 


Trinity 


Clarenville. 


Pass Island 


Fortune 


Harbor Briton. 


Path End 


Burin 


Burin. 


Pat Power s Cove 


Twillingate ... 


Little Bay Islands. 


Patrick Cove, C. Shore 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 


Patrick s Harbor 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Pat s Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Paul s Island 


Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


Peach s Cove ... 


Trinity 


Catalina. 


Pearce s Harbor 


Twillingate 


Morton s Harbor. 


Pearl Island 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Pease Cove 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Peckford Id., Wadhams 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor. 


Peltry 


Fortune 


Bay L Argent. 


Pendergast Cove 


St. Barbr- 


Coachman s Cove. 


Penguin Island 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor. 


Perlican Island 


Trinity 


Old Perlican. 


Perry s Cove 


Bay-de-Verds 


Carbonear. 


Peter s Arm ... 
Peter s River 


Twillingate ... 
Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Botwoodville. 
St. Mary s. 


Petrie Valley 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Petipas Cove ... 


u 


tc 


Petites Ilettes 


St. Barbe 


Conche. 


Petites 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


Petit Fort 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Petit Fort, Placentia 


Petty Harbor 


St. John s 


Petty Harbor. 


Philip s Head 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Piccadilly 


St. George 


St. George s. 


Piccaire 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Pick Eyes 


Port-de-Grave 


Bay Roberts. 


Pigeon Arm ... 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Pigeon Cove ... 


U 


Flower s Cove. 


* Pilley s Island 


Twillingate 


Pilley s Island 



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to buy Sporting Goods. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Pilley sCove 


Twillingate ... 


Pilley s Island. 


Pike s Arm 





Herring Neck. 


Pinchard s Island 


Boiiavista 


Pool s Island. 


Pincher s Islands, ^ 
Ragged Islands, J 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Tack s Beach, Placentia. 


Pinch Gut 


it u 


La Manche. 


Pinch Gut Tickles ... 


it U 


Salmonier. 


Pine Cove 


St. Barbe 


Flower s Cove. 


Piper s Hole ... 


Placentia & St. Maw s. 


Black Iviver. Placeutia. 


PistoletBav 


St. Hail 


Griguet. 


Pitt s Harbor 


Trinity 


Northern Biglil. 


* Placentia 


Placentia & Si. Mary s. 


Plarcni ia. 


Placentiaman s ( love, | 
Sound Island, J 


... Sound Island. 


Plate Cove 


I .onavista 


King s Cove. 


Plate Harbor 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bav L Argent. 


Platter Cove 


lioiiavista 


Port Blandford. 


Pleasant Cove 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Point-au-Gaul 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Point Crew 


" 





Point Enragee 


Fortune 


Garnish. 


Point La Have 


Placentia St. Maiy s. 


St. Mary s. 


Point Lance 


u u 


Placentia. 


Point May 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Point Moil 


Placentia & St. Man s. 


Little Placentia. 


Point Rich 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Point Rosie ... 


Fortune 


Garnish. 


Point Rosie ... 


St. George 


Grand River Gut. 


Point Verde ... 


Placentia iS; St. Marv s. Placentia. 


Pond Cove. 


St. Barbe 


Flower s Cove. 


Pool s Cove 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L Argent. 


* Pool s Island, Pool s) 
Harbor, j 


Boiiavista 


Pool s Island. 


Pope Harbor 


Trinity 


Bonaventure, Shoal Har. 


Port-au-Basque 


Buigeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Port-an-Bras ... 


Burin 


Burin. 


Port-au-Choi.x 


St. Barb, 


Bonne Bay. 


Port-an-Port ... 


St. George 


St. George -. 


Poit Bland f:.rd, [ 
Clode Sound, 


Bona vista 


Port Blandford. 


Port-de-Grave 


Port-de-Grave ... Bay Robert-. 


Portland Creek 


St. Barbe Bonne Bav. 


Port Saunders 


" 


" 


Portugal Cove 


Placentia & St. Marv s. Trepassev. 


Portugal Cove 


St. John s 


Portugal Cove. 


Pouch Cove 


; 


Pouch Cove. 


Pouch Cove ,,, 


Bonavjsta 


Pool s Island.. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Pianos & Organs. 

Post Towns. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Powles Head ... 
Presque 
Privaceur 
Protestant Town 
Pudding Bag Cove 
Puffin Island ... 
Pumbley s Island 
Pump Cove ... 
Punch Cove ... 
Puncheon Cove 
Purbeck Cove 
Purcell s Harbor 
* Push through 
Pyramid Point 
Queen s Cove ... 
QuidiVidi ... 
Quillier 

Quinton s Cove, 
Long Island, 



; Placentia & St. Mary s. 



Trepassey. 



St. John s 

Bonavista 


St. Barbe 



Bonavista 
Fogo 
St. Barbe 
Twillingate 
fortune 
St. Barbe 
Trinity 
St. John s 
Fortune 

Twillingate 



... Placentia, Presque. 

.... Placentia. 

.. Portugal Cove. 

...jPool s Island. 

...JGreenspond. 

...i Coachman s Cove. 

... Lamaline. 

... Greenspond. 

... Change Island-. 

... Coachman s Cove. 

... Twillingalr. 

... Pushthrough. 

... Griguet. 

... Xnrthi.Tii 1 light. 

... St. John s, King s Bridge 

... Pushthrough. 

... Little Bay Island. 



Quirpon, Great & Little 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Ragged Harbor 


Trinity 


Catalina. 


Ragged Harbor 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor. 


Ragged Islands 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Tack s Beach, Placentia. 


Ramea ... ... 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Ramea. 


Ram s Island ... 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 


Randall s C e,Pilley s I. 


Twillingate 


Pilley s Island. 


Random Harbor 


Trinity 


Clarenville. 


Rantem 


u u 


Chance Cove. 


Rat Cove, Ha Ha Bay. 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Rattling Brook 


St. George 


St. George s. 


Raymond Point 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Red Brook and Mid- _ 
die Brook, 


St. George 


Robinson s Head. 


Red Cliff Island 


Bonavista .King s Cove. 


Red Cove 


Fortune 


Harbor Briton. 



Red Cove, near Branch Placentia & St. 
Burin 

Bay-de-Verde 
Burgeo and La 
Placentia & St. 
St. George 
Bay-de-Verds 



Red Harbor 
Red Head Cove 
Red Island 
Red Island 
Red Island 
Red Lands 
Red Rocks 
Red Rod Cove 
Rencontre 
Rencontre 
Renews 



St. George 
Fogo 
Fortune 
Burgeo and La 
Ferryland 



Mary s. Placentia. 

Flat Islands, Placentia. 

Bay-de-Verds. 
Poile... Burgeo. 
Mary s. Placentia. 

St. George s. 

Blackhead. 

Channel. 

Change Islands. 
...iBelloram, Bay I/Argent. 
Poile... j Harbor Briton. 
..(Renews. 



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Name of Place. 



Distvict. 



Post Towns. 



Richard s Harbor 
Rider s Harbor 

Rip Rap 

River Blanche 

Riverhead 

Riverhead, St. Mary s . 

River Cove 

Rivers, Cape La Hune, 

River of Ponds 

Rix Cove 

Robbin s Cove 

Robert s Arm ... " 

Robin Hood Trinity 

Robinson s Bight ... " 

Robinson s Head ... St. George 



Burgeo and La Poile... 

Trinity 

Port-de-Grave 

St. George 



|Placentia& St. 
;St. George 
Burgeo and La 
St. Barbe 
Twillingate .. 



Mary s. 
Poile... 



St. Baibe 
Burin 

Fogo 

J- IBonavista 

JSt. Barbi- 
Trinity 

<c 

Twillingate 
Bonavista 
St. George 
Placentia & 
Burgeo and 
Burin 
Fortune 



Roche, or Rocky Har. . 

Rock Harbor 

Rocky Bay 

Rocky Bay, Alexan 
der Bay, 
Rocky Harbor 
Rocky Harbor 
Rocky Brook ... 
Rogues Harbor 
Rolling C e, Stock C e.. 
Rope Cove 
Rose au Rue ... 
* Rose Blanche 
Roundabout ... 

Round Cove 

Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
Rowsell s Cove, New B. 
Rushoon 
Russell s Cove 
Russell s C e, Smith s S. 
Sacred Bay 

Saddle Island 

Safe Harbor ... 

Sagona 

Sailor s Island 

Sainter s Cove 



St. Anthonv . .. St. Barbe 



St. 
La 



Harbor Briton. 

Clarenville. 

Brigns. 

St. George s. 

Bay of Islands. 

Salmonier. 

Bay of Islands. 

Harbor Briton. 

Bonne Bay. 
... Nipper s Harbor. 
... Twillingate. 
... Pilley s Island. 
...Trinity. 
... Clarenville. 
{ St. George s, in summer ; 

( hannel, in winter. 
. . . Bonne Bay. 
... Placentia, Beauboi.-. 
... Mnsgrave Harbor. 

... Glovertowu. 

...] Bonne Bay. 

... Northern Bight. 

... Britannia Cove. Shoal Har. 

... Nipper s Harbor. 

... King s Cove. 

... Bay of Islands. 
Mary s. Placentia, Harbor Buffett. 
Poile... ;Rose Blanche. 

... Lawn, St. Lawrence. 

..!Gaultois. 



Burgeo and La Poile... 

Twillingate 

Trinity 



Twillingate 
Placentia cS; 
Trinitv 



Tilt Cove. 
Northern Bight. 



St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

Bonavista 



... Fortune Harbor. 
St. Mary s. Placentia, Baine Harbor. 
...iHeart s Content. 
... Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 
... Griguet. 
... Pushth rough. 
... Pool s Island. 
... Harbor Briton. 
. . . Salvage. 

f Bay Bull s Arm, Chance 

t Cove. 
... St. Anthunv. 



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Aeolian, which places the best music within reach of all. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


St. Ann s 


Harbor Main 


Kailway T. P. 0. 


St. Ann s 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Presque, Placentia. 


St. Barbe 


St. Barbe 


Flower s Cove. 


St. Bride s 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 


St. Bernard s 


U 11 


it 


St. Brendan s ... 


Bonavista 


Glovertown. 


St. Carols 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony. 


St. Genevieve... 


it 


Bonne B;iy. 


* St. George ... 


St. George 


St. George s. 


* St. Jacques ... 


Fortune 


St. Jacques. 


St. John s Bay 


u 


Harbor Briton. 


St. John s Bay ~\ 




St. John s Harbor >-... St. Baroe 


Bonne Bay. 


St. John s Island* J 




* St. John s St. John s 


St. John s. 


St. Jones Without ... Trinil \ 


Fox Hr., Northern Bight. 


St. Jone s Within ... 


u it 


St. Joseph s Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Salmonier. 


St. Joseph s ... 


It It 


Placentia, Oderin. 


St. Joseph s ... 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


St. Julien s 


u 


Conche. 


St. Kyran s 


Placentia & St. Mary s. Placentia. 


* St. Lawrence 


Burin 


St. Lawrence. 


St. Leonard s ... 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 


St. Leonard s, or 
Lunaire Bav, 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


St. Margaret s Bay ... 


Bonne Bay. 


* St. Mary s Placentia & St. Mary s. 


St. Mary s. 


St. Mem Bav St. Barbe 


St. Anthony. 


St. Paul s " 


Bonne Bay. 


St. Shott s Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Trepassey. 


St. Shore s 


u 


Sally s Cove 


St. Barbe ... ...j Bonne Bay. 


Salmon Cove 


Bay-de-Verds 


Carbonear. 


* Salmon Cove 


Harbor Main 


Railway T. P. 0. 


Salmon Cove 


Port-de-Grave 


Brigus. 


Salmon Cove ... 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Salmon Cove ... 


u 


Clarenville. 


Salmon Cove ... 


Twillingate ... 


Jackson s Cove, Little Bay. 


Salmonier 


Burin. 


Burin. 


Salmonier 


1C 


Lamaline. 


Salmonier 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Salmonier. 


Salmonier, Placentia B. 


11 11 


Little Placentia. 


Salmon Point 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Salt Arm 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Salt Pond Twilliugate 
Salt Pond 


Pilley s Island. 
Burnt Bay. 


S 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town.-. 


Baiter s Cove 


1 iona vista 


Brooklyn, Port Bland ford. 


Salt Harbor ... 


Twillingate 


Herring Neck. 


* Salvage 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Sam Hitches ... 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Sam s Cove 


Twillingate 


Moreton s Harbor. 


Samson s Island 


a 


Exploits. 


Sandy Bay 


St. Barbe 


Flower s ( love, I .niiur P.ay. 


Sandy Cove 


Bonavista 


Salva. 


Sandy Cove ... 


Buriu 


Lamaline. 


Sandy Cove ... 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Little Placentia. 


Sandy Cove 


Port-de-Grave 


l .a\ Huberts. 


Sandy Cove ... 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Sandy Harbor 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia, Burgeo. 


Sandy Lake 


St. George 


(Hide Brook, X. X. &W. B. 


Sandy Point 


u 


St. George -. 


Sandsford, or Hoop- \ 
ing Harbor, J 


St. Barl 


Englee. 


Sargent s Cove 


Kny 


Fogo. 


Savage Cove 


St. Barbe 


FlowerV Cove. 


Scarce Harbor 


Fortune 




Schooner Island 


St. Barbe . . . . . . 


Griguet. 


Scilly Cove 


Trinity 


Heart s Content. 


Scissor s Cove 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Scouse Cove ... 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Seal Bay 


Twillingate 


Leading Tickle.-. 


Seal Cove 


Bonavi.-ta 


Brooklyn . 


Seal Cove 


Fortune 


Hermitage Cove. 


Seal Cove 


Harbor Main 


Railway T. P. 0. 


Seal Cove 


Trinity 


Heart s Content. 


Seal Cove 


Ferryland 


Toad s Cove. 


Seal Cove 


u 


Renew-. 


Seal Cove 


Fogo 


Change Island.-. 


Seal Cove 


1C 


Fogo. 


Seal Cove 


[( 


Pool s Island (Rat Harbor). 


Seal Cove 


St. Barbe 


Flower s Cove. 


Seal Cove 





Bonne Bay. 


Seal Cove, White 1 
Bay, 


CC 


Coachman s Cove. 


Sealing Bight 


Twillingate ... 


Exploits. 


Seal Islands ,.. 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


Seal Eocks 


St. George 


St. George s. 


Selby s Cove 


Trinity 


Heart s Content. 


Seldom-Come--By 


Fogo 


Seldom-Come-By. 


Sergeant s Cove 


Twillingate ... 


Exploits. 


Serpentine River 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Shallop Cove 


u 


St. George s. 


Shalloway Cove 


Bonavista 


St. Brendan s, Glovertown. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Shallow Bay, near ] 

Cow Harbor, 
Shambler s Cove 
Shandy Cove 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove, Oderin 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove, B. 
Ship Harbor . 
Ship Island . 
Ship Island . 
Shoal Arm 
Shoal Bay 
Shoal Bay . 
Shoal Brook . 
Shoal Cove, Cottell s I. 
Shoal Cove 
Shoal Cove 
* Shoal Harbor 
Shoal Bay, near 

Heart s Delight, 
Shoe Cove 
Shoe Cove 
Shoe Cove 
Shoe Cove 

Sibley s Cove (Selby s). 
Sibley sCove ... 
Skibbereen 
Skimmer s Cove 
Silver Hair Islam! 
Silver Point ... 
Silver-ton 
Skinner s Harbor 
Slaughter Cove 
Sleepy Cove ... 
Small Point, Upper 

and Lower, 
Small s 

Smith s Har. (John)... 
Smooth Cove ... 
Snelling Cove .. 
Snook s Arm ... 
Snook s Harbor 



St. Barbe 

Bonavista 
Burin 



. Bonne Bay. 



Gambo. 
Burin. 



.. 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 




Trinity 


Trinity. 




Port-cle-Grave 


Bay Roberts. 




St. Barbe 


Ti-iguet. 


f t 


3t. George 


St. George s. 




Twillingate 


Exploits. 


ir 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 




Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 




Bonavista 


jtreenspond. 


. . 


KVriylarul 


Toad s Cove. 




Twillingate ... 


Little Buy. 




Fogo 


Fogo. 




Ron -1 vi^tn 






1 > ( 1 1 . 1 V 1 L > 1 i > . . 

St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


r 


Bonavista 


Glovertown, St. Brendan .- 


_ 


St. Barbe 


Flower s Cove. 


t r 


Twillingate ... 


Fortune Harbor. 




Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


1 

i 


K 


New Harbor. 




Twillingate 


Tilt Cove. 




Bonavista 


Greenspond. 




Ferryland 


Renews. 




St. John s 


Pouch Cove. 


8). 


Trinity 


Heart s Content. 




Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia. 




Harbor Main 


Harbor Main. 




Trinity 


Britannia Cove. 




Bonavista 


Gambo. 




St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 




a 


u 




Fogo 


Change Islands. 




St. Barb. 


Coachman s Cove. 




Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


1 


Bay-de-Verds... 


Carboncar. 


1 








Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 




Twillingate 
Bay-de-Verds 


Little Bay. 
Blackhead. 




Twillingate 


Twillingate. 




u 


Tilt Cove. 


...(Trinity 


Shoal Harbor, 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


**!nnnT.- e TTar1-\m 







Sop s Arm 

Sop s Arm 

* Sound Island 

South Dildo 

South East Bight 
Southern Bight 
Southern End 
Southern Harboi 

South River 

South Side 
Southward, Southern) 

Bay, / 

South West Ann 
South West Arm 
Spaniard s Bay 
Spaniard s Bay 
Spanish Room 
Spear Cove, White Bay 
Spencer s Cove 
Spillar s Cove 
Spiller s Cove 
Spirit s Cove 
Spirity Cove 

* Spoon Cove 
Spoon Cove 
Spout Cove 
Sprague s Cove 
Spread Eagle 
Springdale 
Springfield 
Spring s Arm . . . 
Sprucy Point... 
Squid Cove ... 
Squid Cove ... 
Squid Tickle ... 
Staffordtown ... 
Stage Cove 
Stag Harbor ... 
Stanley s Cove 
Starke s Bight 
Starve Harbor 
Step-a-side 
Stephenville ... 
Stevenson s Village . 
Stock Cove 

Stock Cove .,. 



Twillingate 

St. Barbe 
Placentia & 
Trinity 
Placentia & 
Trinity 
Fogo 



... Pilley s Island. 

Coachman s Cove. 

St. Mary s. Placentia. 

... ...Dildo. 
St. Mary s. Paradise, Placentia. 

... Northern Bight. 

... Change Islands. 
St. Mary s. 1 La Manche. 

... Brigus. 

... St. George s. 

... Brooklyn. 

... Pool s Island. 

... Little Bay. 

... Spaniard s Bay. 

... Trinity. 

... Burin. 

...Coachman s Cove. 
Mary s. Placentia. 

... Bonavista. 

... Griguet. 

... Twillingate. 

. . Bonne Bay. 

...Burin, Spoon Cove. 

... Harbor Grace. 

... Carbonear. 

...(Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

...j Dildo. 
Twillingate ... ...jSpringdale (Wolf Cove). 

Port-de-Grave ... Brigus. 

St. Barbe St. Anthony. 

St. George (Bay of Islands. 

Harbor Grace ...j Bryant s Cove, Har. Grace. 

Twillingate ... ... Twillingate. 

Bonavista ... Salvage. 

Twillingate ... ... Twillingate. 

Tilt Cove. 

Fogo ... ... Fogo. 

Fortune ... ...Push through. 

3t. Barbe ... ...St. Anthony. 

Twillingate Herring Neck. 

Burin ... ... Burin. 

St. George ... ... St. George s. 

Harbor Grace Harbor Grace. 

Bonavista ... ... King s Cove. 

Trinity Chance Cove, via Rantem, 



Placentia & 
Port-dc-Grave 

St. George 

Bnnavi-ta 

u 

Twillingate . 
Harbor Grace. 
Trinity 
Burin 
St. Barbe 
Placentia & St 
Trinity 
St. Barbe 
Twillingate . 
St. Barbe 
Burin 

Harbor Grace 
Bay-de- Verds . 
Trinity 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Stocking Harbor 


Twillingate ... 


Nipper s Harbor. 


Stone s Cove 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L Argent. 


Stone Island 


Ferryland 


Caplin Bay. 


Store House Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Valen Island, Placentia. 


Strickland Beach ... St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Strong Tickle 


Trinity Fox Har., Northern Bight. 


Sugar Loaf 


Fortune Pushthrough. 


Sulian s Cove 


Twillingate Little Bay Island. 


Sullivan s Cove 


11 a 11 


Summersicle ... 


St. George Bay of Islands. 


Sunday Cove Island ... 


Twillingate Little Bay Island. 


Swain s Island 


Bona vista 


Pool s Island. 


Swale Island ... 


a 


Salvage. 


Swan Island Harbor... 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Sweet Bay 


Bonavista 


Brooklyn. 


Swerry Island 


11 


Greenspond. 


Sydney Harbor 


11 


it 


Tack s Beach ... 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia, Tack s Wadi. 


Tantamorant ... 


Carbonear 


Carbonear. 


Tasse D Argent, or ( 
Tosselo, [ 


Placentia & St. Mary s. 


Placentia, Prespur. 


Tavernor s Point 


Trinity Trinity. 


Taylor Bay 


Burin Lamaline. 


Taylor Island... 


Fortune 






Tea Cove 


Trinity Fox Har., Northern Bight. 



Terra Nova River .. Bonavista 



Thicket 

Thimble Tickles 
Thomas Kowsell s Isl d 

Thoroughfare 

Three Arms 

Three Guts, Port- 

au-Port Bay, 
Three Island Harbor ., 
Three Mountain Har. . 
Three Rock Cove 
Thwart Island 

Tibbo s 

Tickle Cove 

Tickle Harbor 

Tickle Beach, Long H. 

Tickles 

* Tilt Cove ... 

Tilton 

Tilton Harbor 

Tinker s Island 



Harbor Grace 

Twillingate 
(i 

Trinity 
Twillingate .. 

St. George 

Bonavista 
St. Barbe 
St. George 
Twillingate . . 
Burgeo and La 
Bonavista 
(Trinity 
! Fortune 
Placentia & St. 
Twillingate .. 
Harbor Grace 
Fogo 
Bonavista 



f Glovertown, N. & W. Rail- 

l way. 
... Spaniard s Bay. 

... Leading Tickles. 

i 
... , 

... Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 
... Little Bay. 

... St. George s. 

...Greenspond. 

... St. Anthony. 

... St. George s. 

...! Exploits. 
Poile... Burgeo. 

...! King s Cove. 

... Chance Cove, via Ran tern. 

... Belloram, Bay L Argent. 
Mary s. Salmonier. 
. ...Tilt Cove. 

... Railway T. P. 0, 

...jFogo. 

...[Greenspoud. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



irt-\ 



Tipe s Cove . . . 
Tite sCove ... 
Tithes Cove ... 
Tizzard s Harbor 
Toad s Cove ... 
Tom Hall s Harbor 
Too Good Arm 
Topsail 
Torbay 
Tosselo 
Trammer 

Trappei .s ( love, I ort- 
au-Choix, 

* Trepassey . 
Troytown 

Triniu 

Trinity Ba} , Bona- ) 
vista Bay, J 

Tiililley s Cove 
Triton (Troytown) ... 
Troulv 

Trout River 

Trump Island 
Trumpet Cove 

Turk s Cove 

Turk s Cove 

Turk s Gut, X. Side ... 
Turk s Gut, S. Side ... 
Turnip Cove ... 
Turtle Island 

* Twillingate 

Unfortunate Cove 
Union Cove ... 
Upper Amlierst Cove.. 
Upper Bacon Cove ... 
Upper Black Island ... 
Upper Burgeo 

I "pper Dark Cove 
Upper Gullies 
Upper Island Cove ... 
Upper Lance Cove ... 
Upper Rocky Brook... 
Upper Small Point ... 

Valen Island 

A r aleutine Cove, ! 

(Ballantine), 
Yenon s Bight 



Trinity 
Burin 
Trinity 

Twillingate .. 
Ferryland 
Twillingate .. 

a u 

Harbor Main 
St. John s 
Placentia & St. 
Fortune 

St. Barbe 



M;ir\ ,-. 



Placentia ^ St. Mary s. 
l .ona\ i-ta 

Trinitj 

Bonavista 

Placentia <t St. Mary s. 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

It 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Port-de-Grave 
Harbor Main 

Foltllllr 

Placentia .v St. Mary s. 

Twillingate 

St. Bailie 

u 

(Bonavista 

Harbor Main 
Twillingate ... 
Burgeo and La Poile... 
;Bonavi>ta 
Harbor Main ... 

Harbor Grace 

Trinity 

u 

Bay-de-Verde 

1 Placentia & St. Mary s. 

St. George 

Twillingate 



Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 
Burin. 

Shoal Harbor. 
Twillingate. 
Toad s Cove. 
Exploits. 
Herring X>vk. 
Topsail. 
Torbay. 

Placentia, Presque. 
Harbor Briton. 

Bonne Bay. 

Trepassey. 

Glovertown. 
Trinity. 

Ganibo 



Pilley s Island. 
Trinity. 

Bonne Bay. 
Twillingate. 
Moi ton s Harbor. 
Heart s Content. 



Brigus, Railway T. P. 0. 

a .. u 

Belloram, Bay L Argent. 

Flat .Wands, Plac-entia. 

Twillingate. 

Flower s ( love. 

Englee. 

King s Cove. 

Conception Harbor. 

Exploits. 

Burgeo. 

Gam bo. 

Upper Gullies. 

Spaniard s Bay. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

I U 

Carboiiear. 

Valen Island, Placentia. 

Bay of Islands. 
Tilt Cove. 



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Name of Place. 



I Hstrict. 



Post Towns. 



Vey s Beach ... 
Victoria 
Victoria Village 
Villa Maria ... 
Villa Veau ... 
Virgin Arm ... 
Virgin Cove ... 
Viter s Cove, New 

Perlican, 
Wadham Islands 
Wakes Brook 
Wald rou s Cove 
Ward s Harbor 
Warren s Harbor 
Waterman s Harbor ... 
Weasel Island 
Webber s Bight 
Wellmau s Cove 
Wesley ville 

West Bay, Port-au-Pt, 
West Country Cove . . . 
West Cul-de-Sac 
Western Bay 
Western Cove and Arm 
Western Cove, Bar- ~| 

ron Island, 
Western Head 
\Vestern Harbor 
Western Point 
Weymouth 
Whale s Brook 
Whale Cove 
Whale Cove 
Whale Gulch, New 1 

Island, f 
* Whitbourne 
White Bear Bay 
White Island 
White Island 
White Point Cove ... 
White Point 
White Point 
White Rock 
White Rock 
Wicklow 
Wigwam Point 
Wild Bight 



St. George 

Trinity 

Carbonear 

Placentia & St. Mary s 

u a 

Twillingate ... 
Placentia & St. Mary s. 

Trinity 

Fogo 
Trinity 
Twillingate ... 

u 

Bonavista 
St. Barbe 
Fortune 
Twillingate ... 

u 

Bonavista 

St. George 

St. Barbe 

Bnrgeo and La Poile... 

Bay-de-Verds 

St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary s. 
Twillingate ... 



Bay of Islands. 

Bonavista. 

Carbonear. 

Hail. T. P. O., Whitbourne. 

u a 

Twillingate. 
Placentia, Merasheen. 

Heart s Content. 

Musgrave Harbor. 
Shoal Harbor. 
Fortune Harbor. 
Little Bay Island. 

I iivi lispoll l. 
t oiielie. 



Exploits. 

Twillingate. 
Tool s Island. 

St. George s. 

JTilt COVC. 

[Harbor Briton. 

Blackhead. 
Coachman s Cove. 

Placentia. 
Morton s Harbor. 



Burgeo and La Poile. ..JLa Poile. 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 



. ! Englee. 



Burin 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Eurgeo and La Poile... 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary s, 

Trinity 

Bouavista 

Trinity 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate 



Heart s Content. 
Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 
Burin. 

Twillingate. 

Whitbourne. 

Burgeo. 

Griguet. 

Channel. 

Englee. 

Valen Island, Placentia. 

Bonaventure, Shoal Har. 

Brooklyn. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

Holyroocl. 

Botwoodville. 

Nipper s Harbor. 



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Name of Place. 



AYBE & SONS, St. John s Agents for 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Wild Bight 

Wild Bight ... 

Wild Cove 

Wild Cove 

\ViId ( \ivrs, three onl 

Fogo Island, 

Wild Cove 

Wild Cove 

Wilton (trnv.. 
Winter Cove ... 
Winter House Brook .. 
Winter House Cove, 1 

X. W. Arm, 
\Vi.~e in an s Cove 
* Wille-s ] ;.i\ 

Witless Bay 

Wolf B., Bay-de-Loup. 
Wolf Cove, now ( 

Springdale, 
Wiiodfurd ( Vive 
Woodford Station 
Woody Island 
Woody Island Bight... 

Woody Point 

Wreck Cove ... 

Wreck Island 

Yellow Fox C e, N. Bay 

York Harbor 

Young Head 

Zealot 



Twillingatc 



Fogo 
St. Barbe 

U 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

it 

Twillingate .. 

St. Burl,,. 
1 Vi ryland 
Trinity 
Burgoo and La 

Twillingalc .. 

u 

Harbor Main .. 
Placentia & St. 
Twillingate .. 
St. Barbe 
Fortune 
Burgeo and La 
Twillingate . . 
St. George 
Twillingate .. 
St. Barbe 



...Little Bay. 
....Leading Tickles. 
... Twillingate. 
... Morton s Harbor. 

... Fogo. 

...Coachman s Cove. 

... Bonne Bay. 
... Clarenville. 
... Flower s Cove. 
. . . Bonne Bay. 

... Little Bay. 

... Coachman s Cove. 
... Witless Bay. 
... New Harbor. 
Poile... Burgeo. 

... Hall s Bay, Springdale. 

. . . Little Bay. 

... Railway T, P. O. 
Mary s. Placentia. 

... Exploits. 

...! Bonne Bay. 

...;Harbor Briton. 
Poile... Burgeo. 

... Fortune Harbor. 

... Bay of Islands. 

. . Nipper s Harbor. 
.. Conche. 



^Department. 



SUPREME COURT. 



Terms of Court. 

tyring Term Commences 20th May ; ends 10th June. 

Autumn Term Commences 20th November ; ends 20th December. 

NOTE. The Court has power to extend these Terms for six days 
should press of business render it necessary. 

Post Terminal Sittings. 

One week from and after the first Monday in February, March, April 
and July in each year. 



Judicial Department. 



Cleveland Bicycle, America s Best. 



Special sittings of the Court may be held in vacation, at the discre 
tion of the Judges whenever business may require. 

Supreme Court on Circuit. 

Terms are fixed each year by Proclamation of the Governor. The 
Southern Circuit usually occupies from about the 15th August to 10th 
September. The Northern Circuit from about 10th September to 5th 
October ; and at Brigus and Harbor Grace from about 26th October to 
8th November. There is also a Spring Sitting in Harbor Grace about the 
first week in May. 

Chief Justice Hon. Sir Frederic B. T. Carter, K.C.M.G. 

Judges Hon bles Joseph I. Little and George H. Emerson. 

Attorney General Hon. Sir James S. Winter, Q.C., K.C.M.G. 

Chief Clerk and Registrar of the Supreme Court 

Acting Chief Clerk and Registrar, Supreme Court Geo. J. Adams, j.r. 

Sheriff Central District Lionel T. Chancey (acting). 

" Northern District Alfred H. Seymour. 

" Southern District James Carter. 

Assistant Clerks, Supreme Court Geo. J. Adams, J. p., and William J. 
Carroll. 

Keeper of Court House Lionel T. Chancey. 
Crier and Tipstaff John Burke. 

Law Society. 

President and Treasurer Rt. Hon. Sir Wm. V. Whiteway, Q.C., K.c.M.G. 

Secretary Donald M. Browning. 

Librarian John Burke. 

Benchers (ex officio)Rt. Hon. Sir Wm. V. Whiteway, Q.c., K.C.M.G. ; 
Hon. Sir James S. Winter, Q.C., K.C.M.G. ; Donald Morison, Q.c. ; A. J. W. 
McNeily, Q.C. 

Elective D. J. Greene, Q.c. ; P. J. Scott, Q.C. ; A. 0. Hayward, Q.C. ; 
W. H. Horwood, Q.C. ; Geo. M. Johnson, Q.C. ; Donald M. Browning, M.A. 

Masters-in-Chancery. 

Rt. Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway, Q. c. ; Hon. Sir J. S. Winter, Q. c., 
K.C.M.G. ; Alex. J. W. McNeily, Q. c. ; D. Jos. Greene, Q.C. ; Geo. M. John 
son, Q.C., and Donald Morison, Q.c. 

Registrar of Deeds for the Island of Newfoundland. 

George J. Adams (acting). 

Queen s Counsel (by seniority). 

Rt. Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway ; A. 0. Hayward ; Sir J. S. Winter ; 
A. J. W. McNeily ; D. W. Prowse ; J. G. Conroy ; D. J. Greene ; Patrick 
J. Scott ; George M. Johnson ; D. Morison ; W. H. Horwood ; E. P. Morris. 

Practising Barristers and Solicitors (by seniority). 
Rt. Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway ; A. 0. Hayward ; R. J. Parsons ; Sir 
J. S. Winter ; D. J. Greene ; P. J. Scott ; H. H. Carter ; G. M. Johnson ; 

T 



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M. H. Carty ; D. Morison ; J. A. Clift ; E. Shea ; W. H. Horwood ; E. P. 
Morris ; Frank D. Lilly ; H. E. Knight ; T. J. Murphy ; F. J. Morris : 
D. M. Browning ; William Clapp ; J. J. Pitman ; H. R. Hayward ; W. J. 
Median ; P. J. Summers ; A. Le C. Berteau ; M. W. Furlong ; Charles 
H. G. Emerson ; W. E. Wood ; C. H. Hutching* ; W. O D. Kelly ; A. B. 
Morine ; J. M. Kent ; J. N. Cleary ; Joseph Shea ; Francis J. Connolly ; 
M. P. Gibbs ; Arthur W. Knight, 

Solicitors (by seniority). 

John W. White ; Sidney Blandford ; M. A. Kearney ; Geo. T. Carty ; 
C. Wearing Hayward. 

Commissioners of Supreme Court of Newfoundland for issuing Mesne 
and Final Process and for taking Affidavits. 

("Alexander J. W. McNeily, Q. ( . 
St. John s \ George J. Adams, J. P. 
(W. J. Carroll. 

Commi>.-ii>iuT> Supreme Court for issuing Mesne Process onlv and 
for taking Affidavits. 



Conche Patrick Carrol I. 
Little Bay 3. B. Blandford ; 
Tnillingate Francis Berteau ; 

Andrew Pearce. 
Fogo S. Baird. 
Greenspond R. P. Rice. 
Musgravc Town Gideon Way, 
King s Cove Philip Le Vesconte 

Bernard McGrath. 
BonavistaT. \V. Stabb. 
< ufaUna Isaac Mittlen. 
Trinity Gilbert H. Cole ; 

I M ward Doylr. 

Ili-iiauitia Cove David Cume. 
New Harbor Moses Parson-. 
//Mir/ s I nii i nt Richard Pennev 

Charles G. Rendell. 
<Jld Perlican William Christian. 
Lower Island Core Eli Garland. 
Blackhead John C. Moores. 
Carbonear J. Hippisley ; Joseph 

Mackey. 
Harbor Grace A. T. Drysdale ; 

W. J. Lynch. 
Brigus Samuel G. Chafe ; 

Jabez P. Thompson. 
Port-de-Grave Geo. S. Andrew.-. 
Harbor Main Edward Murray. 
Holyrood John Veitch. 



Foa Tni/,F. F. Furneaux. 

Toad s Core Thomas Driscoll. 

Ferryland John Ryan. 

Trepassey George Sutton. 

St. Mary s Wm. Hogan. 

Placentia Edward Sinnott. 

Harbor BuffettQ. D. Chambers. 

Presque Patrick Sullivan. 

Oderin Richard McGrath. 

Nf. Lawrence Geo. Skiffington. 

Burin Geo. R. Forsey. 

Lamaline James Pitman. 

Grand Bank Edward Evans. 

English Harbor Charles Clinton. 

Harbor Briton Philip Hubert. 

Ga nltois Richard Bradshaw. 

Bunjeo John Cunningham ; 
George Q. Hunt. 

Channel R. T. Squarey. 

Codroy John Gillis. 

Little River, Codroy John B. 

Tompkins. 

St. George s Bay M. E. Dwyer. 
Port -au-Port Martin Hynes. 
Bay of IslandsGeorge Lilly ; 

Laurence Barren. 
Bonne Bay Simeon A very. 
Flower s Core Stephen Pike. 
WTwtbottrneWilcQx Spracklin. 



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Commissioners of Supreme Court Abroad. 
ENGLAND 

London Aclcock, Edward, Solicitor 3, Circus Place, Finsbury, E. C. 
Heales, Alfred, Solicitor 15, Knight rider Street, Doctors Commons. 
Harris, Wilmer M., Notary Public 17, Graceclmrch Street. Parish, 
Fred., 23, St. S with ill s Lane. Philpott, Fred. F., Solicitor 12, Bed 
ford Row, W. C. Warren, George F., Notary Public 17, Gracechurch 
Street, Woodnough, Walter W., 68A, Lincoln s Inn Fields. Williams, 
Monier F. Monier, Great Tower Street, E. C., 6 & 7. 

Liverpool Pennington, Thos. R., Siilicitnr Presidential Assurance Build 
ings, 36, Dale Street. 

Plymouth Matthews, C oryndon, Solicitor, Frankfort Chambers. 
Torquay Hooper, H., Dundee, Solicitor. 
Southampton Linthorn, R. R., Solicitor, 4, Portland Place. 
Tinri f*ter, Ni>rl]n()iii>ton Percival, Thomas L., Solicitor. 

Birmingham Pinsent, Hume C., 6, Bennett s Hill. Swinson, Frederick, 

Solicitor, 8i Waterloo Street. 
Exeter Clapp, Cecil R. M. 

Manchester Hilton, Win. H., Solicitor, Dane Road, Sale, near Manchester. 
Bristol Parr, Thomas, Solicitor. 
Teignmouik Tozer, Edward John, Solicitor. 

IRELAND 

WaterfordKent, Patrick, Solicitor, No. 12, The Mall. 
Dublin Little, Francis J., Solicitor, 3, Bushey Park Rd., Ratligae, Dublin. 

SCOTLAND 

Edinburgh McLaren, William A., Solicitor. Leahy, Arthur, Solicitor, 
Chambers, 29, Queen Street. Hamilton, Maxwell, W. S. 

Glasfioir T. Paterson, Solicitor. 
DOMINION OP CANADA 

( lutrlottttown, P. E. I. Haszard, Francis L., Barrister. 
Fredericton, New Brunswick Winslow, Edward B., Barrister. 
St. John, N. B. Macrae, A. W., Barrister, 77 Prince William Street. 
Sydney, Gape Breton Alex. J. G. McEachren, Solicitor. 
Halifa?, Nora Scotia Parsons, Jonathan, Barrister. 

Montreal, P. Q. Morris, William, Adrocate. McDougall, Duncan., LI., 
245, Sacrament Street, Advocate. Monk, Alfred, Advocate. White, 
John, Advocate. Davidson, Peers, Advocate. 

Toronto, Ontario Hoyles, Newman W., Barrister. Moffatt, Frederick! ., 
Barrister. Ogden, Albert, Solicitor. 

Quebec Dunbar, James, Barrister. Gibsone, Win. C., Advocate. 



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New Westminster, British Columbia Hart, Frederic, Commission Merchant. 
Kingston, Ontario Whiting, John L., Barrister. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

Boston, Massachusetts Adams, Charles H., 3, Court Street. Foster, A. D., 
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. Building, Post Office Square. 
Shaw, Charles A., 11, Court. 

New York City Braman, Joseph B., Counsellor-at-Law, Room 17, Boveel 
Building, 115, Broadway. Woods, Edwin B., 50, Wall Street. 
Richards, William E., 203, Broadway. 

Brooklyn Woods, Edwin B. 

t, Thomas J.. Counsellor-at-Law, > >-2?,. Walnut Street. 



Deputy Sheriff. 

Nortln-ni iiiul X/ntth<-ni l>i*triets James Roil. 

Deputy Sheriffs in Outports. 
NORTHERN DISTRICTS. 



Conche John Pine. 
St. Anthony Hy. Moort-s. 
Little Bay Thomas E. AVdl>. 
Twillingate William Baird. 
Fogo Alexander W. N. Burt. 
Greenspond Samuel Da we. 
King s Cove William Devine. 
Bonavista Joseph Brown. 
I atalina Patrick Murphy. 



Trinity Richard Spence. 
Heart s Content Charles Rendell. 
< ild I crlicmi Elias March. 
Lower Island Cove Eli Garland. 
Carbonear Ernest Forward. 
Harbor Grace John Trapnell. 
Bay Roberts A. Hierlihy. 
Brigm Benjamin Butler. 
Harbor Main Ed. O Brien. 



SOUTHERN DISTRICTS. 



Placentia Andrew Collins. 
Burin William F. Simmons. 
llnrlnr Ili itnn Benjamin Chapman. , 



Burgeo Alfred Parsons. 
Channel John Le Moine. 



/. in/ f />/<//< /.; Joseph D. Gilker. 



Bonne Bay George Halfyard. 

Bailiffs in St. John s. 
James Roil, James Kelly Burke, Richard Whitten. 



Bailiffs in Outports. 



Twillingate William Baird. 
Bonavista Joseph Rolls. 
Catalina William Ash ford . 
Trinity John Smith. 
Carbonear William Rowe. 
Harbor Grace G. Stirling. 



Brigus Thomas W. Butler. 
Ferryland George Geary. 
Trepassey William Sutton. 
Oderin Patrick A. Power. 
Placentia Samuel Collins. 
LamalineWi\\ia.m G. Pitman, 



St. Mary s Michael Mahoney, 



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DISTRICT COURTS. 

Central District Court, Judges Daniel W. Prowsc, Q.C., and 

James G. Conroy, Q.c. 
Clerk John J. Flannery. 

Harbor Grace District Court, Judge Thomas R. Bennett.. 

Clerk W. J. Lynch. 

STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES. 



La Scie Daniel Duggan. 

Little Bay James B Blandf ord. 

Pilley s Island Thomas Peyton. 

Twillingate Francis Bevteau. 

f ogo S. Baird. 

Greenspond Richard P. Rice. 

Bonavista Thomas W. Stabli. 

Trinity Gilbert H. Cole. 

Old Perlican George Tutl . 

CarbonearJ. Hippisley. 

Harbor Grace Thomas R. Bennett. 

Brigus Jabez P. Thompson. 

Harbor MainT. P. O Donnell. 

St. John s T). W. Prowse, Q.c. 

Bonne Bay 



St. John s J. G. Conroy, Q.C. 
Ferry land John Ryan. 
Trepassey Robert H. Caivv. 
St. Mn / ! .< Dr. Win. Hogan. 

Placentia 

Presque Patrick Sullivan. 
Oderin Richard McGratli . 
Burin George R. Forsey. 
i!rdnd Bank Edward Evans. 
Harbor Briton Philip Hubert. 
Burgeo Dr. G. Q. Hunt. 
Channel Robert T. Squat ey. 
St. George s Bay Michael E. 
Bay of Islands George B. Lilly 
-S. Averv. 



Clerks of the Peace. 

Central District, St. John s John J. Flannery. 
Harbor Grace W. J. Lynch. 
Garbonear Joseph Mackay. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

(Arranged Alphabetically), 
FOR THE COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 

The Officers in command of \Var Ships on this Station receive Commissions to act 
as Justices of the Peace whilst engaged in the protection of the fisheries. 



ISLAND. 



The Judges of the Supreme Conrt and all 
Stipendiary Magistrates. 

Apsey, John F- ... 

Bayley, Joseph B. 

Berteau, F 0. 

Blandford, Hon. S. 

Boyd, Joseph 

Burgess, E. R. (while engaged on Labra 
dor Revenue Service; 

Buffett, George A. 

Carty, Paul 



RESIDENCE. 



Harbor Grace. 

St. John s, Colonial Secretary s Office, 
do. 
do. Poor Asylum. 

do. 

Grand Bank. 
St. John s, 



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Justices of the Peace, (Continued) 



ISLAND, 



RESIDENCE. 



Da we, Henry 

Devereux, Edward 
Donnelly, W. J. S. 
Fortescue, M. 
Flannery, John J. 
Guslnie. (lenr^c M. 
Le Vesconte, Charles 
Lnndrigan, Michael 
March, Levi 
Moore, John T. ... 
McCowen, John 1. . 
M> liar, lloderifk ... 
Pai "us, Moses 
I ayn, \V. I!. 
I ennev. Alfred ... 
Khe, Walter 
Rogersou, Hon. Jamr J. 
Seymour, Alfred II. 
Shea, Hon. Edward 1>. 

Speller. SalMIU-1 ... 

Sullivan, Joiin 
Yallanee. Frederick J. 
Veitch, John 
\Vaivin. James II. 



Port-de-Grave. 
St. John s. 
do. 



St. John s, Central District Cnint. 

Whitbonrnc. 

Kind s Cove. 

Peter s Rivur. St. Mary s Hay. 

Old IVvlican. 

St. Anthony. 

St. John s, Constabulary Ot!i< r. 

Harbor Grace. 

New Harbor. 

St. John s. 

Carbonear. 

( ianltois. 

St. John s. 

Harbor Grace. 

St. John s, Savings Bank. 

llailxir (Jracc ainl Flower s Cove, 

St. John s. 

do. 

Holyrood. 
St. John s, H. M. Customs. 



Northern and Southern Districts. 



,\(>irnn:i;\ AMI SnrxHEnN DISTIIII rs. 



\<l i ii is, George J. 



DEKCE. 



St. John s, Supreme Court. 
Northern District. 



Noirnn:iiN - DISTRICT. 



Alcock, Azariah ... 
l ! nister, Reuben 
Brown. James 
Burt. Harry 
Burke, Patrick 
Bursell, George ... 
Button, Moses 
Blackler, Samuel J. 
Beatty, A. H. 
Burden, James 
Cameron, Hugh ... 
Colbonrne, Josiah 
Croucher, John T. 
Connors, Timothy 
Connors, Thomas... 
Carrie, David 
Cunningham, William 



RESIDENCE. 



Griguet. 

New Perlieau. 

Bonavista. 

Botwoodville. 

Little Bay. 

Bay Roberts. 

Russel s Cove, Trinity Bay. 

Nipper s Harbor. 

Pilley s Island. 

Salvage. 

Carbonear. 

Twillingate. 

do. 

Cottel s Island, St. Brendan 
Pushthrough. 
Britannia Cove. 
Tilt Cove, 



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Justices of the Peace, Northern District. (Continued). 



NORTHERN DISTRICT. 



RESIDENCE. 



Cook, John 


Heart s Content. 




Davis, M. 


Pinchard s Island. 




Dawe, Charles 


Bay Roberts. 




Drysdale, Andrew T. 


Harbor Grace. 




Duder, Thomas C. 


St. John s. 




Earle, Henry 


Fogo. 




Garland, William 


Pilley s Island. 




Goddard, William 


Old Perlican. 




Godden, Joseph ... 


Harbor Grace. 




Green, Daniel J. ... 


do. 




Haines, George 


James Cove. Munavistn. 




Hodge, Richard D. 


Twillingate. 




Hodge, John W. ... 


Fogo. 




Howson, J. B. 


Little Bay Mines. 




Hudson, A. G. 


Lower Island Cmr. 




Janes, Ambrose ... 


Gooseberry Islands. 




Kean, Hon. A. 


Pool s Island, Norton s Cove. 


Lang, William 


Greenspond. 




Lockyer, James ... 


Herring Neck. 




Moore, George E. ... 


Blackhead. 




Moore, James 


Bay-de-Verde. 




Mackey, Laurence 


Carbonear. 




Manuel, Josiah ... 


Exploits. 




McCarthy, Felix ... 


Carbonear. 




MeCormack. Thomas 


Cataliua. 




McDonnell, Richard 


Whitbourne, X. N. & W. 


Railway. 


McGrath, John ... 


King s Cove. 




Mifflin, Isaac J. ... 


Caralina. 




Monlton, G. A. ... 


Carbonear. 




Murphy, John 


Gambo. 




Murray, Edward ... 


Harbor Main. 




Mayne, W. C. 


Twillingate. 




Mercer. Isaac 


Bay Roberts. 




Osmond. Mark 


Moreton s Harbor. 




Owen, John W. ... 


Twillingate. 




Penney, Richard A. 


Heart s Content. 




Penney, Edward ... 


Keels. 




Philips, G. 


Gander Bay. 




Roper, John 


Bonavista. 




Ryan, Edward J. ... 


King s Cove. 




Ryan, D. A. 


do. 




Ryan, James 


Bonavista. 




Ryan, N. B. 


do. 




Saint, Jabez 


do. 




Scott, Robert 


Fogo. 




Shears, F. H. 


Open Hall. 




Sheehan, John 


Heart s Content. 




Skelton, Hon. Dr. George 


St. John s. 




Smith, John 


Brigus. 




Snelgrove, Norman 


Catalina. 




Smith, W. D. 






Sterritt, W. T. ... 


Glenwood. 




Tarahan, James ... 


Brigus. 




Thompson, Wm. H. 
Trippe, C. 


Harbor Grace. 
Heart s Content. 





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Justices of the Peace, Northern District. (Continued). 



NORTHERN DISTRICT. 



RESIDENCE. 



Tulk, William 


Salvage. 


Watson, Ellis C. ... 


St. John s. 


Wheeler, J. B. ... 


Musgrave Harbor. 


White, Frederick... 


Greenspoml. 


White, Dr. Robert 


Trinity. 


Winsor, Thomas ... 


Exploits. 


Winser, William ... 


Wesleyville. 


Southern District. 


Bagg, William H. 


li.i\ "f Islands. 


Bishop, James H. 


Flat Islands, I lacentia Bay. 


Hradshaw, John P. 


Placentia. 


Brhiston, Emanuel 


Sound Island, Plaoentia Bay. 


Burke, Denis 


St. Jai ipii s. 


i hatnber , ( li.n-les D. 


Harbor Buti ett. 


Cotter, George J. ... 


[sle-aux-Morts. 


1 >"vlr, James 


( oilroy. 


11. Timlin 


Toad s Cove. 


Kvans. 1-M \v .-in I ... 


Grand Bank. 


l- uriM .-uix. l!i -hard 


Rose I .i rache. 


i lallop, IMward ( . 


Harbor Britnn. 


Willis, John 


Codroy. 


1 [addon, limn- J. 


Fortune. 


Edward 


Bay St. George. 


1 1 utchings, .inline 


Channel. 


Inkpen, .lames, jr. 


Burin. 


Le MessuriiT. Henry W. 


St. John s, 11. M. C listouis. 


Le Scelleur, Joseph 


La Poile. 


M r-liall, Richard 


Burin. 


Monlton, Robert ... 


Burgeo. 


.Murphy, .lames L. 


Trepassey. 


.Murphy, Patrick ... 


Little Pl. kelitia. 


l. K liiird H. 


Cuauuel. 


Pitman, Cyrus C.... 


Lamaline. 


Phoran. William ... 


Little Placentia. 


Penney, George ... 


Ramea. 


h,J. F. 


Brand i 


Sinuott, Edward ... 


Placentia. 


Small, .(osejih 


Burgeo. 


Winsor, John 


Ferry land. 


Wilton. C. \\ . ... 


Bonne Bay. 



NOTARIES. 



Name. 


Jurisdiction. 


Place of Residence. 


Avery, Simeon 
Baird, Samuel 
Barren, Laurence 
Berteau, Francis, J. P. 
Berteau, A. Le C. 
Bradshaw, William G. 


Island 
a 

Southern District 

Island 
it 

Southern District 


Bonne Bay. 
Fogo. 
Bay of Islands. 
Twillingate. 
St. John s. 
Great Placentia. 



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Notaries. (Continued). 



Name. 



Brown, K. 

Carter, James 

Carty, M. H. 

Clift, J. Augustus 

Coady, J. B. 

Collins, James J. 

Dickinson, Gustavus H. 

Doyle, Edward 

Drysdale, Andrew J. ... 

Dwyer, Michael E. , J. P. 

Emerson, Charles H. ... 

Forsey, G. R., , T . P. ... 

Gibbs M. P. 

Gillanl, John T. 

Goddeu, Joseph, .1. P. 

Greene, Hon. D. J., Q.C. 

Hart, John 

Hayward, A. (.)., (}. ( . 

Hay ward, H. R. 

Hirst, Edward 

Hunt, George Q. 

Johnson, George M., Q. C. 

Keating, J. W. 

Keats. Alphonsus 

Knight, H. E. 

Kelly, W. O D. 

Lilly, George R. 

Loekyer, J. D. 

Mackey, J. 

Mare, Robert L. 

Morine, Hon. A. B. 

Morison, Donald, Q. C. 

McNeily, A. J. W., Q. C. 

Parsons, Robert T. 

Peyton, Thomas 

Pinsent, C. A. M. 

Prowse, Robert H. 

Rendell, A. S. 

Robinson, Hon. J. A. .. 

Shea, Edward, jr. 

Smith A. G. 

Squarey, Robert T., J. P. 

Weeks, Hamilton 

White way, Rt. Hon. Sir VV. V.. 

Q. C., 

White, Charles 
Winter, Hon. Sir J. S... 



Jurisdiction. 



Place of Residence. 



Island 
if 

:t 

i i 

Northern District 
Island 
tt 

Northern District 

4( (C 

Island 



Northern District 
Island 
" 

Southern District 
Island 



Southern District 
Island 



.. Northern District 
Island 



Island 



Southern District 
Island 

Northern District 
Island 



Bonavista. 
St. John s. 



: Little Bay. 
I St. John .. 

Trinity. 

Harbor Gr;i.v. 
Bay St. (u-ui^c. 
St. John s. 
Burin. 

St. John s. 

* i 

Harbor Grace. 
St. John s. 
King s Cove. 

St. John s. 
a 

St. George s Bay. 
Burgoo. 
i St. John .-. 
Channel. < 
Placentia. 

St. John s. 

< i 

Bay of Islands. 
Herring Neck. 
Carbonear. 
St. John s. 



St. John s. 
Twillingate. 
St. John s. 



Channel. 
Bay Bulls. 

St. John s. 

Twillingate. 
St. John s. 



CONSTABULARY. 

OFFICE : FORT TOWNSEND, ST. JOHN S. 

luspcdor-Ueneral John E. McCowen, J. P. 
Superintendent Julni Sullivan. 
Clerk George Covtghlan. 
U 



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Judicial Department Co 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Hardware. 



Allocation of Districts and how manned. 
CENTRAL STATION. 



1 ii -pector-< reneral 
Superintendent 



Sergeants 



EASTERN STATION. 
District In.-peclor 
Sergeants 
Constables 

Total Force 



1 Acting Sergeant> 
1 l)elrc:tive~ 
3 Constables 



11 



Sergeants 

< tn i stables 



WESTERS STATION. 
In-peetor 



1 
2 

10 



men. 



HAKUOK (I 

District Inspector 

Sergciinl 

Acting Sergeant 
e- 

Total 



FOKCE. CARBONEAB FOKCE. 

1 Head ( unstable 
... 1 I Constables 

I 

Total 



8 



Insperlui ( ielleial 

Superintendent 

District Insjjectoi-s 

I h ,id CoiistaViles 
Sergeants 



RKCAPITDI/ATIOX. 

II Acting Si-ryea 
... 1 Clerk 
... 3 



Total Fi.r.:e 



.121 



Hours on and hours off duty. 
O.N DI-TY. 

iiarlv l)ulv J Yom (I a. in. to 10 a. in. 

Day I)ut.y---From 10 a. in. tn -2 [>. in., fir>t iclirl. 

From -2 n. in. to 6 p. in., second relief. 

From 7 ji. m. to 11 p. m., all a\-ailalile. 
Xiglit Duty From 11 p. in. to 6 a. m. 

OFF DUTY. 

Early Duty From 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. 

Day Duty From 10 a. in. to 2 p. in., second relief. 

-From 2 p. in. to 6 p. m., first relief. 

Early Duty From 2 p. m. to following morning to 10 n. m. 
Night Duty From 6 a. in. to 11 p. in. 

N. B. The abovu rules apply also to Harbor Grace. 



Judicial Department Constabulary. 



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AYBE & SONS, St. John s -Best place to buy Fishing Tackle. 



Outport Stations. 



Locality. 


Police Force. 


Local Constables. 


Tilt Cove 
Lit.tlo Bay 

Twillingate 

Fortune Harbor 
Fogo 
Greenspond 
King s Cove 
Bonavista 
Catalinu 
Trinity 
Heart s Content 
Old Perlican 
Western Bay 
Spaniard s Bay ... 
Bay Roberts 
Lower Island Cove. 


Constable Thomas Forscv. 
Head Constable Wells. 
Head Constable Petten. 
Constable Sidney Bennett. 
Constable John K> lly. 
Constable Archibald I ees. 
Constable B. Day. 
Constable Thomas Murpliy. 
Head Constable William Bailey, 
Constable Arch, Gardner. 
Sergeant Henry Perks. 

Aeting Sergt. Josiali Sheppanl, 
( onstable William Hailey. 
Constable Levi Hussey. 
Constable William Shave, 
Constable R. J. Wells. 


Patrick MurpM . 

.1. While, i;. Spenca. 
( liarles llcndell. 

H. Garland. 


Pilley s Island 
Port de-Grave ... 
Brigtix 
South Shore 


Constable Thomas McBay. 
Constable William Turner. 
Constable. Stephen White. 


Benjamin Butler. 
i ienr-e Squires. 


Holy rood 
Tickle Cove 


Constable Edward Longhlan. 


John Murjilij. 
George Skitlingtou. 


Salvage 




Albert OMfonl. 


Portugal Cove ... 
Torbay 
Bay Bulls 
Conception Harbor 
Cape Broyle 
Ferry land 
Fermeuse 


Constable John Ley. 
Constable Maurice Murpliy. 
Constable Michael Quirk. 
Constable William Chafe. 
Constable James Fitzgerald. 
Constable Ambrose Sparks. 


John Sullivan. 
W. Treanor. 


Renews 
Brigns South 


Constable Thomas Flynn. 


N. B. Power. 


Trcpassey 
St. Mary s 
( Jreat Placentia... 
Oderin 
Burin 
Lamaliuu 
Fortune 
Grand Bank 
Gaultois 


Constable James Brennan. 
Constable Michael Sullivan. 
Sergeant Richard Cleary. 
Constable Andrew Fahey. 
Constable Jacob Cox. 
Sergeant Albert Kelland. 
Constable Alexander March. 
Acting Sergeant Oldf ord. 


George Sutton. 

William Pitman. 
H. C. < arter. 


Harbor Briton ... 
IJnrgeo 
Raniea 
liosi Blanche 
l hannel 
( lodroy 


Constable George Bart lei t. 
Constable Benjamin Bishop. 
Constable George While. 
Constable A. Snow. 
Constable Levi Sheppard. 


John Le Moine. 


Hay St. George ... 
Bay of Islands ... 
Bonne Bay 
Whitbourne 
X, N. & W, Railway ... 


Constable George Goodland. 
( onstaUc John Crane. 
Sergeant Philip Lacey. 
Constable Thomas Walsh. 
( onstable Andrews, 





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Fire Department Registrar of Birtlix, <i>. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Sporting Goods. 
Outport Stations (Continued). 



Locality. 


Police Force. 


Local Constables. 


Harbor Grace ... 
Carbonear 


[ 


I list. - 1 us) lector Jackson, Sergeant 
Freeman, Act g-Sergeant Kent, 
and five Constables. 
Head Constable Squires and ton r 
Constables. 





CONSTABULARY FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

I ln i fx Michael Dunn ; Kurd Winsor ; James Treble. 

WESI ERN STATION, Xo. 3. 

I District < hid . 

1 Sergeant. 

1 Engineer. 

3 Men. 
23 "Reserve" Men. 

3 Horses and Equipments. 

I Steam Fire Engine. 
; 2 Hose Reels. 

1 Set of Extension Ladders. 
1C "Gamewell" Fire Alarm 



CENTRAL STATION, N<>. 1. 
I District Clnrf. 
1 Sergeant. 
1 Engineer. 

H ( lllistalllr-. 

43 " Reserve" Mm. 
7 llci-es and K<[uipnn nK 
1 Strain Kin- Engine. 
I ( licinical Engine. 
1 Sri i.l KxtriiMoii Ladders. 

i iio-i- Reels. 

1 Express Waggon. 

1 Salvage anil Ambulance 

Waggon. 

17 "Gamewell Fire Alarm 
Boxes. 

KASTKUN Sr vnnx. No. 2. 

1 Di.-trid ( Ihief. 

4 Men. 
21 " Reserve .Men. 

1 Horse and Equipment. 

1 Steam Kin- Engine. 

2 Hose I>( <! . 

1 Set of Extension Ladders. 
12 "Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxes. 



SOUTH SIDE. 
1 Hand Fire Engine. 
1 Hose Reel. 
33 "Reserve" Men. 

REG VF-ITULATIOX. 

1 Chief Officer. 
3 District Chiefs. 
18 Men. 

120 "Reserve" Men. 

Total Force 142--11 Horses and 
45 "(Jamewell" Fire Alarm 
Boxes. 



REGISTRAR OF UNION AND COMMERCIAL BANK NOTES. 

OFFICE : COLONIAL BUILDING. 

Office hours : 10 a. in. to 3 p. in. 
The Eegixtmr William B. Payn. 

REGISTRAR OF BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

OFFICE : COLONIAL BUILDING. 

Office hours : 10 a. m. to 3 p. in. 
Tim Eeyistrar General Aubyu Pearce. 
Registering Officers The Clergymen of the different Denominations, 



Poor Department Inspectors of Fish, &c. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Pianos & Organs. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE POOR COMMISSIONER. 

OFFICE : BRITISH HALL. 

Office hours : 10 a. in. to 3 p. in. 

The Poor Commissioner R. H. O Dwyer. 

Inx/iirtor (nul Clerk John Dunpliy. 

Assistant Clerk Ann Hayes. 

District Surgeons St. John s East Dr. McKenzie ; Dr. Kendidl. 

St. John s West Dr. N. S. Eraser ; Dr. A. Pike. 

Conception Ban Dr. AV. Allan. 



Relieving Officers in Outports. 



Labrador-- 



and 



P.P. 



T. Moo,,. 

La SeieY). Duggan, J.P. (acting). 
Little Bay John B. Blandiurd, .1.1 . 
Ticilli Kija fe Josiah Colboin nr. 
Fogo Ambrose Fitzgerald. 
Musgrave Harbor J. B. Wheeler. 
Greenspond Robert Humph rey^. 
Salvage Kenneth Burden. 
King s Cove Rev. T. E. Lynch 

Rev. Win. Kirby. 
Wesley vil I e Samuel Wicks. 
St. Brendan s Rev. G. Battcock 
BonaristaT. AV. Stabb, J.P. 
Trinity G. H. Cole, J.P. 
Catalina- -Thomas Soper. 
Britannia Cove David Cuirie. 
New Harbor Moses Parsons. 
Heart s ContentGeo. E. Chailton. 
limit s Harbor John Sheehau. 
Old Perlican Elias March. 
Grafts CW AV. H. Meadows. 
Bay-de- Verde John O Neil. 
Lower Ixlainl Core Allan Hudson. 
Blackhead John C. Moores. 
Carbonear and Upper Division, Bay- 

de-Verde to Perry s Cove Joseph 

Mackey (acting). 
Harbor Grace N. Pike. 
Bay Roberts E. Taylor. 
Port-de-Grave George Andrews. 



J. N. Leamon. 

Har. MainT. P. O Donnell, .I.P. 

Nf/t/// Sliore, Con. Jinii ( . Squire^. 
; Witless Bay Louis Mullowney. 

Ferryland M. AA hite (acting). 
! Mobile Thomas O Driscoll. 

Tre/iasseyDr. R. H. Carey, J.P. 
j St. Mary s James Power. 

Great i l<-< ntia 

Jfarbor Bu/ettC. D. Chambers. 
! Presquc Patrick Sullivan, J. P. 
i Oderin Richard McGrath, J.P. 

Burin John Mitchell. 

St. Lawrence Michael J. Murray. 
Lamaline Edgar Kelland. 

Uriind Bank E. Evans (acting). 

Harbor Briton Philip Hubert, J.P. 

Pushthrough. Hermitage Bay Heurv 

Camp. 
\Bencontre, U est James Wormold. 

La Poile J. C. Le Scelleur. 

Bunjeo G. Keppel White. 

Ease Blanche H. Furneaux. 

Channel Nathan Smith. 

Bay of Islands Laurence Ban-on. 

Cape Ray to Port-au-PnrtM. E. 

Dwyer, J. P. 

1 Gape Gregory to Port Sai iidi /-* J. F. 
Bancroft, J.P. 

Flower s Cove, from Port Saunders, 
exclusive, to CooV* Harbor, inclusiv* 
S. B. Pike. 



INSPECTORS OF PICKLED FISH AND FISH OILS. 

t artn:rii/hf, Labrador Jas. Frasei-. Greenspond Mark Dowden. 
!,-,) Jas. Wilson. King s Cove Michael Martin. 



150 



Inspectors of Fish, Meats, 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s-Only place to buy the wonderful 



John Lanigan, Patrick McGratb, 
Jas. McFarlane, Stephen Roilgers, 
James Kenney, Michael Doyle, 
Leonard Tayk.r, Frederick llouv, 
Francis Payne, Michael Mnllnlly, 
John Geary, Charles T). Garland, 
, \Villiani Premier. 



T i- iii it y Geo. Oakley. 

Carbon in- llobert Joyce, W. C. 

Hawker, itolu-rt Penney, George 

Soper, John Kennealy, .T. H. 

Penney, Joseph I di-ll, Lemuel 

Taylor. 
i/iir/iur Graci Samuel Spence, Ed. j Jamo 

Piirsons, Henry Hiso.rk, Writ?.] Harbor Briton , lame.- Hardy. 

Grimm, John sheppard, Henry \ Belloram -Levi Cluett, Jno. C. Nose- 
Garland, Charles lYiyne, .lames worthy. 

Gordon, Mallhew Miiriin, .lohn Bay St. George C\w\e$ <>/on. Wm. 

Coady, Mich l Bricn, Jno. Flynu. Ryan, E. Fillatre, Wm. Parsons, 
I In il Roberts Henry Dawe. Edward Butt. 

Salmon Con D-miel Ke/ineJ\. Larlc Harbor- < Jeurj. v shi-ppard. 

M iehae] Murph\-, Mii-h l 



iir, Itnlil. Moore, .las. Moore, 



I.<l<ni.< Win. II. Messcrvey, 
James Li-ary. 



Hin/n, HIII/ Fraud- ( u.\. 

INSPECTOR OF MEATS. 

William Cook. 



INSPECTORS OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

Iliiii-t i onti ut- ( has. Heinle!!. 
North fii /, // H n/-il -] erdandOld 



Cove, inclusive, in I.inl>- Hni/. * 

!!. Hat -lone. 

Hiii/, inclusii e, ny 

. inclusive \\ m. l- oran. 
// r ard s ll ti bor in<l rit nitii - .lulu: 

Roberts. 

l-;.i-/iluit.t Grni^v Foote 
Tiritli iiiiiiti l^.liiis IVyton. 
/il X<i !: A. Ke.-irlr\ . 
Fogo and adjacent Islands .Inhn G 

Luca - 

Slriiiiihl >7/ //-, .Inhn I .. Wheeler. 
, ;. , n \pond .). S.iin.-liiii-y. 

ii r in Cfrei a ipond 



Perlican J. \\ . Louis. 

rjl /i (M/--Ed\\;ird Butt. 
( f ar6onear Laurence Mackey. 
Grac< I h imas Harry. 

i I m i! --K-:Ul Gosse. 

./.< Adriel Hieilihy. 
Port-de-Grave and I mn need < 
Andrews. 

Xni lli Jlh-ir tn ]IH>1 .< Jin!, , inclusivi 
- J. T. Andrew-. 

Brigus Constable Stephen While. 

.1. W. Culleii. Jliii Iinr Main Jas. Murphy. 

King s Cove to Indian Arm -Il.Coftin. I mii-h Cove A. Pitcher. 
(rooseberry l^luml <nnl ml/m-i >it fxfintils N/. Jolm * Thomas Brien. 

C. Harris. Ferryland~M.a.Tma.<\\ike Clow. 

/ /(/A Covi fni 7m/, S.I /K/ John A. XV. J/iov/ .s P.Walsh. 

Mills. I liti-i ntiii Bay, East Sid John 

]!i>:i trixtii R. Brown (of Wm.) Sinnott. 

Catalina l.- iac .1. Miiilen. Placentia n.nd Brun,-!^ including Capt 

Shore John Handrick. 
Littlf Plui-i /(f(V(--Alex. Burke. 
Harbor Buff, it nm ttiljm; ,,t 



1 i initij Heber Maidnient. 
Bonavi nture, Llrifith Harbor 
vicinity Henry Gardner. 

X/;///// .; Xii/ // / t.niil. J lintliini Xi 

Pierce Gurrie. 
CJhance Qove Thomas Fren 



-Charles D. Chambers. 
Burin G. Ross. 
St. Lawrence A.. Fitxpatrick. 



Examiners Muni //.-.- and M<ii<-*. l5l 



Aeolian, which places the best music within reach of all. 



Henry J. Haddon. | Rose / : l<ntrlieJo}m Cunningham. 

Urn ml Banfc Eli Harris. I /mnnel George Le Moine. 

Fortune lluii --Lemuel Robert:-. Cape /. // t*> I mlmi/, inclusin 
M. Jacijueg Benjamin Chapman. Emmanuel Gallop. 

Pass Island to Gapt I. a limn Sam. \OapeAnguilletoSerpentiiu ! 
P. Camp. i ;, orpe Shears. 

Uni-i/i ii, Kutt Amice Pellel. l ,i iij nf l.-il<iii<l.< I). .1. (lilluT. 

Bonne l>aij John C. Squires. 

EXAMINERS MASTERS AND MATES. 
OFFICE : CUSTOMS Brir.i>ix<;. 

K,i <iinim:r-iii-L lii< f Capt. E. English. 
Assistant Hsu mi tier J. Moss. 

KXAMINATIOX OK MASTKKS AM) MATES. 

Examinations will begin on Wednesday of carb week, |>n>\ -iding that 
the candidate produces the requisite certificates of character and lime, and 
passes the color test. 

Application must be. made to tie- Kx.miiucr on Form Exn. -2, and all 
previous certificates ami testimonials deposited at least two days previous 
to the examination. Testimonials of character and sobriety must lie pro 
duced for twelve months immediately proceeding the application. 

All services must be verified by a certificate of dischai L:> . 

Au Only Male must be not less than nineteen years of age, and must 
have served five years at sea. 

A First Mate must be not less than nineteen years of age, and must 
have served live years at sea, of which one year must have been as Second 
or Only Mate. [From 1st January, 1896, the Officer s Service must have 
been performed with the requisite certificate]. 

A Master must, be not less than twenty-one years of age, and lie must 
have served six yeais at sea, of which one year must have been in the 
capacity not lower than Only Mate of a foreign-going vessel whilst hold 
ing a certificate not lower than an Only Mate s certificate for foreign- 
going vessels, and, miles.- this >ervice as officer was performed whilst 
holding a Fiivt Mate s certificate for foreign-going vessels, lie will also be 
required to prove the officer s service prescribed for that grade. 

FEES. 

For a Certificate as Mate ................................. $ 5 00 

For a Certificate as Master ................................. 10 00 

For a Certificate for Colors ................................ 20 

Tiiese fees admit of two examinations. After the second examination 
another fee will be required. 

Candidates for Only and First Mates Certificates must complete the 
whole of their examination in Navigation in twelve and a-half hours, in 
cluding the time allowed for the papers on the adjustment of the Sextant, 
and Hie Chart, Simmer s method, working both altitudes, que.-tions relating 
to Cyclones, and for the correction of all errors and over-sights ; but the 



Examiners JA/.s/<v.s and Mates E<li c<itnin.l. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John sBest place to buy Bicycles. 



Nautical problems on Form Exn. 4, Exn. 5 and Exn. 6 must be completed 
\vitliin six hours and without tlir candidate leaving tlie premises. 

Candidate* lor Masters - ( Vrt iticales niuM complete the whole of their 
examination in Navigation in fifteen hour-, including the time allowed for 
the papers on the Sextant, the Chart, tin- Compass deviation, Sumner s 
n let hod, u nrkin^ lioth altitudes, question- relating to Cyclones, and for the 
correction of all errors and over-sights; but the Nautical problems on 
Forms Exn. 4, Exn. 5 and Exn. 6 must be completed within six hour*, 
and without the candidate leaving the premise-. 

The examination commences punctually at 10 a. in., and close- at 
4 ]i. m., when all papers will he called up, and if not completed the can 
didate will lie declared to have failed. 

In all cases of failure the candidate will he examined ill novo. 

If failed in Seamanship, he will not he examined for six month-. 

If failed three times in Navigation, he will not be re-examined fur 
three months. 

I or further information as to lime, plaee, and objects ol examination, 
:i|i|ilieants -hoiihl apply to the Kxaminer-in-Chief. 

li i i.r.s. 

\o liook>. puper- or memoranda are allowed in the Examination 
in. 

In the evenl of any candidate being discovered copying from another, 
or referring to any bunk or memoranda, he will not he examined for six 
months. 

\avigation i> taught at Carbonear, Harhor Grace, Bay Roberts and 
Si. John s. 



^Educational ^Department. 

SUPERINTENDENTS OF EDUCATION. 

For Church of England N-7,/x Rev. W. Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., F.R.C.S. 
/ (/; Jt niiiiiii I li/Imlii- N<7/fi/x --.lames J. Wickham. 
For M lliiitl/st Si-hook Re\ . ( !. S. Milligan, LL.D. 
luf/ui /(// of Congregational S7<f.o/x Rev. J. Thackery. 
Inspector of Presbyterian Si7/i//s- Rev. A. Robertson. 

COUNCIL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION. 

l rf*i<li at Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., Clum-li of Entjhu><! ^HJHT- 
i u ti n<lfitl of Eiliinttion. 

Vice-Presidents -Rev. Dr. Milligan, Mdhuilixt Siij>>-rt nt< intent o/ Edu 
cation; J. W. Withers. 

Secretary and Registrar Miss Lucy Meehan. 

J. J. Wickham, Roman Catholic Superintendent of Education. 

W. W. Blackall, B.A., Head Master Church of England Collui, . 

Rev. G. B. Lavelle, Head Master Roman Catholic College. 

R, E. Holloway, B.A., B.Sc., Head Master Mdhudist <j Ur</,. 

J. Wilson, Head Matter Presbyterian L ullnji. 



Educational Colleges. 153 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Ronisch Pianos. 

Rev. Canon Browne, M.A., LL.D. E. P. Morris, Q.C. 

Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. J. T. Lawton, 



Rev. A. R Kennedy, 
Rev. John Rowe, 
Rev. Levi Curtis, B.A. 
Rev. J. T. Newman, 
Rev. M. J. Ryan, Ph. D. 



F. C. Bertean, 

A. J. W. Harvey, 

H. C. Burchell, M.E., C.E., 

Campbell McPherson, 
W. F. Lloyd, LL.B. 



James M. Kent, B.A. 

The Superintendents of Education and Headmasters of Colleges aiv 
members ex officio. 

INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN 
NEWFOUNDLAND, 

Church of England College. 

Visitor : 
His Excellency the Governor. 

Director* : 

The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop J. R. McCowen, 

of Newfoundland. H. W. LeMessurkr, 

Right Hen. Sir W. V. Whiteway, J. W. Withers, 

Q.C., K.C.M.G. \V. H. Horwood, 



Hon, Sir James S. Winter, Q.( ., 

K.C.M.G. 

Ven. Archdeacon Botwood, 
Rev. H. Dimfield, 

" Canon Browne, LL.D. 

" W. R. Smith, 
A. W. Harvey, 
J. Outerbrklge, 



F. C. Berteau, 
A. J. Harvey, 
E. R. Bowring, 
W. H. Crowdy, 
George Knowling, 
M. G. Winter, 
C. S. Pinsent, 
R. Watson. 



STAFF : 
J Department : 
(BISHOP FEILD COLLEGE). 

Principal William Walker Blackall, B.A., London University. 

Vice-Principal W. F. Lloyd, LL.B., London University. 

Assistant Masters J. W. James, B. A., University of Cambridge ; 
R. Wood, B. A., Cambridge ; Arthur Stirling, Adolphus Bernard, Old 
Feildians. 

Girls Department : 
(BISHOP SPENCER COLLEGE). 

Principal Miss De la Mare, Salisbury Training College. 
Assistants Miss Stirling ; Miss Clara Wood. 
Drawing and J/u*iV Master J. W. James, B.A. 
V 



154 Educational Examiners Ch. of Eny. Hoards. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Ludwig Pianos. 



Board of Examiners for granting- Certificates of Qualification to Teachers. 

Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., F.B.C.S. Superintendent. 

Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 

Rev. Canon Noel, R.]). 

J. W. Marriott, Superintendent J //<> i nlii/iin/ </ Continental Chun-It 

.W/V/)/ .s- ,s i 7u i As- /// X<-irfiii< ml/mill. 

Colonial and Continential Church Society, Incorporated 1852. 

I ti t run Her Most Gracious Majesty the ( v )iieen. 

/"His (Trace the Archbishop of ( ank-rliury, 



/"His (Trace the Archbishop of ( ank- 

- ; , I His Grace the Archbishop of York. 

icf-l atronx < TT- * i i A i 

His Grace the Archbishop of Armagh ; a 

the Bishops of the Church of England. 



in 

and nearly all 



Corresponding ( inmnilti i- in .Y< n-fnn/ii llmnl. incorporated 

rn-*iili-.nl The l!ight lu v. ihc Lord Hi-hop of Newfoundland. 
Vice-President The Iti^ht Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway, Q.C., K.C.M.G. 

? /vr The Her. Canon Pilot, 1 ).!)., D.C.L. 

<niil XII/I. ,-M//, (/, /// <;/" Society s S<-h<><i]x J. W. Man-ioit. 

The Yen. Arclidearon l ,ot\vood, Hon. Dr. Skelton, 

Eon. Sir J.S. Winter, Q.C., K.C.M.G. J. A. Clil t, 

\. 0. Hayward, Q.C. Alex. J. Harvey, 

W. II. Horwood, Q.C. H. J. Stabb. 

Cent rill Trai-niiuj School. 

Principal of Boys School Augustus Coffin. 
/ riiiri/Hit of i;irlx ti-hoal Miss Short. 
I rini-i/icl i if In fit nt x School Miss Pride. 

Each assisted with a staff of Pupil Teachers. 

Boards of Education. 

1. ST. JOHN S CENTRAL Rev. Canon Browne, M.A., Chairman : Rev. 
Hugh Bradford, Rev. T. G. Wil-nn, B.A., Right Hon. Sir Win. V. White- 
way, K.C.M.G., J. Outerbriilgc, H. J. Stabb, J. W. Wither-, W. H. Hor 
wood, J. W. Marriott, Win. C. Job, John T. Southcott. 

2. ST. JOHN S EAST Rev. Henry Dunfield, Chairman ; Rev. G. E. 
i iodden, B.A., Hon. Sir J. S. Winter, K.C.M.G., Hon. Dr. Skelton, F. C. 
Berteau, J. R. McCowen, E. Bowring, A. J. Harvey. 

3. ST. JOHN S WEST Ven. Arclicleacon Botwood, R. D., Chairman ; 
Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A., P. G. Tessier, F. H. Axford, N. C. Cousens, J. H. 
Ebsary, Cyrus Warren, E. Colton, W. White, P. F. LeMessurer, E. W. 
Bennett, jr., Wni. Bolt, Jas. Worrell, J. B. Lloyd, J. Cormack, A. Pitman. 

4. ST. JOHN S OUTPORTS Rev. H. Elrington, Philip Grouchy (Pouch 
Cove), Thomas Eustace (Torbav), Emannel Chafe (Goulds), Henrv Bishop 
(Petty Harbor). 

5. PORTUGAL COVE Rev. W. Smith, Chairman; Ananias Squires 
Esau Tucker (Broad Cove), Wni. Clements, Win. Bennett, (Belle Isle). 



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AYBE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Farrand and Votey Organs 

6. TOPSAIL Rev. E. Colley, Chairman; Rev. H. Petley, William 
Churchill, (Topsail), W. Gifford, (Long Pond), Alfred Butler, W. Butler, 
(Middle Bight), Job Coats, (Upper Gullies), John Kelly, (Lance Cove) 

7. BRIGUS - Rev. J. White, Chairman ; Elijah Bishop, Benjamin 
Morgan, Moses Bartlett. 

8. PORT-DE-GRAVE Rev. T. G. Netten, Chairman; Henry Dawe, 
George Andrews, Henry B. Dawe, Thomas Batten, Isaac Richards. 

9. BAY ROBERTS Rev. W. Shears, Chairman; John Dawe, John 
Jardine, Azariah Dasve, J. Bradbury (of Samuel). 

10. SPANIARD S BAY Rev. S. A. Dawson, Chairman; Jas. Hatchings, 
Thomas Gosse, Nathaniel Gosse, J. F. Sheppard, John Sheppard, James 
Chipman. 

11. UPPER ISLAND COVE Rev. J. S. Saunderson, Cltuirmait ; Nallian 
Crane (of John), Archibald Crane, Thomas Noseworthy, (Bryant s Cove), 
John R. Barrett. 

12. HARBOR GRACE Rev. J. M. Noel, Cliainnan ; Judge Bennett, 
Jos. Godden, B, Eiulcoak, Thos. Gossu, jr., A. Noel. 

13. CARBONEAR Rev. F. Colley, Chairman; W. Hawker, George 
Crocker, John Lyte, Ambrose Tucker, Jus. Bennett, Nath. Forward. 

14. BAY-DE-VERDE Rev. J. G. Cragg, Chairman : Stephen Blundon, 
W. Jacobs, Thomas Cull, J. C. Meadus. 

15. TRINITY BAY, WEST Rev. II. C. H. Johnson, ( htiirmau : James 
H. Moore, Henry Piercy, J. W. James, Adam Martin, George Charltm,, 
Alfred G. Williams, Edmund Harnum. 

16. NEW HARBOR Rev. E. K. H. Caldwcll, Chairman ; Wm. Hefford, 
Stephen Bennett, Josiah Williams, A. George, John Pretty, F. Woodman. 

17. NORMAN S COVE Rev. E. K. H. C akhvell, Chairman : William 
Pike, Wm. Day, Robt. Hillier, Jacob Smith, Thos. Warren, John Drover. 

18. RANDOM Rev. - , Chairman : Edward Benson, John 
Vey, Richard Sewaril, John Duffett, Edmund Seward. 

19. TRINITY (PROPER) Rev. F. Smart, Chairman; Dr. White, G. H. 
Cole, J. P., R. Bremner, Edward Doyle, Moses King, Arthur Gardner. 

20. TRINITY BAY, NORTH Rev. G. H. Feild, Chairman ; Robert 
Fowlow, John Randall, J. Gosse, sr., Wm. Beston, Jos. Butler, Jas. Moody. 

21. TRINITY BAY, EAST Rev. - , Chairman; David 
Rennie, Isaac, Mifflen, Thomas Martin, Capt, John Hiscock, Dr. McKay, 
William White (William). 

22. BONAVISTA BAY, SOUTH Rev. A. G. Bayly, B.A., R.D., Chairman ; 
Rev. A. E. C. Bayly, Wm. Sweetland, John Lawrence, Joseph Rolls, John 
S. Rowsell, Robert Brown (Stephen), S. Mitten. 

23. BONAVISTA BAY, WEST Rev. William Kit-by, Chairman; John 
Coffin, Samuel Brown, Ed. Penney, Fred. Shears, Matthew Waugh. 

24. GOOSE BAY Rev. T. R, Nurse, Chairman; Lvi Prince, Edward 
Humby, Thomas Moss, Francis Stares, John Yetman, Charles Gillings. 

25. SALVAGE BAY Rev. H. Wilson, B. A., Chairman; Ken. Burden, 
Win. Brown, sr., John Moss, Edward Hiscock, John Parsons, Jos. Squires, 



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26. BONAVISTA BAY NORTH Eev. H. J. Read, Chairman; Darius 
Blandford, Samuel Dawe, Philip Hutching, Benjamin Saunders, Job Hunt. 

27. PINCHARD S ISLAND Rev. D. W. Blackall, Chairman; James 
Parsons, (Newtown), Charles Honnsell, (Pound Cove), Edward Bishop, 
(Swain s Island), Jos. Knee, (Badger s Quay), Samuel Green, (Pinchard s 
Island). 

28. FOGO Rev. W. C. White, Chairman ; Henry J. Earle, Josiah 
Waterman, Natli. Banks, Samuel Harnett, Tliomas Anthony, John Jones. 

29. CHANGE ISLANDS Rev. G. S. Chamberlain, Chairman : F. C. 
Earle, Ed. Hyde, Thomas Scammall, Thomas Torraville. 

30. HERRING NECK Rev. G. S. Chamberlain, Chairman ; Joseph 
Kearley, Moses Burton, Frank Miles, William F. Coaker. 

31. TWILLINGATE Rev. Canon Temple, R. D., Chairman; J. Col- 
bmirnt 1 , Thomas Peyton, Richard Newman, William Hiscock, Thomas 
Purchase, William Taylor. 

32. EXPLOITS BURNT ISLAND Rev. C. Wood, Chairman; Thomas 
Wiii.-nr, George Sceviour, Geo. Panniter, Thomas Rowsell, Uriah Martin. 

33. NOTRE DAME BAY NORTH Rev. A. Pittnian, Chairman ; W. R. 
Toms, H. M. Herbert, Giles Foote, Hy. Lind, J. P. Diem, W. E. Cunning 
ham, F. J. Williams, B. T. Boyles, S. j. Blackler. 

34. PLACENTIA BAY Rev. A. Shorter, Chairman; J. Chambers, Jos. 
Shrave, James Burton, R. Rod way, W. Coffin, Thomas Collett, Wm. Thos. 
Hollett, Robert Thos. I>i, k-. 

35. BURIX , i. luiiriinni ; Rev. J. Hewett, John Paul, 

John Dibben, Charles Hallett, William Day. 

36. LAMALINE Rev. J. Gilbert, B. A., Chairman : John Cake, Henry 
Haskell, Robert Pitman, Richard Cake. 

37. FORTUNE BAY Rev. T. P. Quintin, Chairman ; Ed. C. Gallop, 
Dr. C. Fitzgerald, P. Hubert, J. P., S. Fiander, W. Bmigay, John Rose, 
Joseph Sodero. 

38. BELLORAM Rev. W. Haines, Chairman; Philip Grandy, Levi 
Tulk Cluett, Robert Lee, John Evans, Geo. Keeping, Stephen Gould. 

39. HERMITAGE BAY Rev. Geo. Bishop, R.D., Chairman ; W. T. Rive. 

40. BURGEO Rev. T. Allsop, Chairman: G. Q., Hunt, J. P., G. K. 
White, Ed. Dicks, Win. CaMvell, J. Ya teher, sr., John Vatcher, jr., Henry 
J. Clement, Robert Moulton. 

41. ROSE BLANCHE Rev. J. W. R. Bache, Chairman ; J. M. Arnold, 
Prosper Garcien, Francis A. Reid, R. Furneaux, H. Honvood, Job Ridout. 

42. CHANNEL Rev. Llewellyn Godden, Chairman; R. Squarey, J.P., 
N. Smith, J. S. Hutching*, P. T. Clement, J. Jeans, G. LeFresne, H. 
McKay, Emmanuel Pike. 

43. CODROY Rev. Llewellyn Godden, Chairman ; F. Braithwaite, 
Charles Moore, John Roll:;, George Galpin. 

44. SANDY POINT Rev. Charles Jeffrey, Chairman ; Win. Pennell, 
Millage Messervey, Henry Halibnrton, Win. Morris, Clement Renouf, 
Walter Le Rons, Philip Renouf, 



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45. THE BARACHOIX Rev. Charles Jeffrey, Chairman; Isaac Chaffey, 
Jeremiah Chaffey, Jeremiah Harvey, Philip Morris, Isaac Gillanl, Richard 
Legge. 

46. BAY OF ISLANDS Rev. A. Waghorne, Chairman ; G. R. Lilly, 
J.P., G. Hunt, G. Sheppard, G. Wheeler, E. Brake, Alexander Reid. 

47. BONNE BAY Rev. C. W. Hollands, Chairman; J. Roberts, J. Noel, 
W. Raikes. J. A. Squires. 

48. STRAITS BELLE ISLE Rev. C. M. Stewart, Ghairuum. 

49. WHITE BAY Rev. Cyril Cogan, Chairman; John Jacob, William 
Rice, Thomas Rice, John Ford, John Wicks, Abraham Gale. 

50. BATTLE HARBOR 

51. SANDWICH BAY 

52. WHITBOURNE Rev. J. Bull, liiiirnnni ; E. Nosewoithy, N. <;<>>. 
X. Osborne, F. Mercer. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN 
NEWFOUNDLAND. 

St. Bonaventure s College. 

Board of Directors : 



Right Rev. Dr. Howley, 
Rev. John Ryan, 
Judge Little, 



Hon. Thomas Talbot, 
William P. Walsh, 
Hon. D. J. Greene, Q.C. 



Principal Rev. Bro. G. B. Lavelle. 
f Rev. Bro. Prendergast, 
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I D. A. Flynn, Esq., Professor of Music. 

Board of Examiners. 

Rev. J. O Reilly, D.D., , J. T. Lawton, and 

Rev. G. B. Lavelle, James J. Wickham, N/ / - 

Roman Catholic Academy, Harbor Grace. 
Trustee Right Rev. Dr. McDonald. 
Principal John T. Lawton. 
Second Master Thomas Hanrahan. 

St. Patrick s Schools, St. John s. 

Committee of Management : 

Officers of the Benevolent Irish Society, <;< oftirin. 

Clergymen, members of the Society. 

Thirteen members, elected annually. 

Chairman 

Secretary 3. S. Keating. 

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Teachers The Christian Brothers. 

Convent Schools, Diocese of St. John s. 
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6 " St. Jacques ... 5 

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Convent Schools, Diocese of Harbor Grace. 

I hi -I. or ( I race ... Taught 1 iv C Nuns. Brians Taught by 4 Nuns. 

Carbonear., .. 9 " Conception Harbor " 5 " 
llarluir Main Taught by 9 Nuns. 

Roman Catholic Boards of Education. 

ST. JOHN S ItiL ht Ucv. Dr. I[o\\l.-v, Very l!rv. Dt-an Ryan, Hon. 
I .. I). Shea, Hon. John Harris, Hon. M. H. Carty, J. J. Callanan, J. P. Fox, 

F. .1. Morris .las. M. Ki-nt. 

I .ititifs - \Vry KVv. K. F. Walsli, James Tarahan, James Mooiv, las. 
l- ,ii ly, Iloliri-1 Kehoe, Patrick Bropliv. 

TORBAY Rev. M. J. Clarke, Mc->. Sannu-l (TUSSO, Juscj>h Maln-r. 
William Slica, .ln-rjih Brien. 

HARBOR MAIN- -Right Rt-v. Dr. Mi Dmiald, Rev. P. O Donnell, Rev. 
Win. Yi. itrh, Ki v. .1. Murphy, J. Veitch, Patrick Conran, Rev. F. D. 
Mi ( iirtliy, Kev. P. \Y. Browne, James Hearu. 

KARBOR GRACE, CARBOXEAR AND TRINITY SOUTH Right Rev. Dr. 
MrDuiiaM, Aii ltvw Drysdale, Ricliard McCartliy, J. J. Murphy, John 
( -isi.y, M^. J. Joni.-s, Jo~epl) Markry. 

NORTHERN ]- .AY Rev. John Roe, Ridiard Hayden, Thomas Fnnl, 
Timothy Doyle, Richard English. 

BAY-DE-VERDS--Rev. Joseph \ . Donnelly, Jas. Moore, John O Xeil, 
Thomas Hyde, Jeremiah Broderick, Thomas Moore (of James). 

TRINITY BAY NORTH Win. Keough, Thomas McCormaek, Jeremiah 
Si.-anlon, John Doody. 

TRINITY BAY WEST R. Lawlor, F. Hoskins, W. Leonard, sr., J. 1>. 
Seward, A. Powei 1 , Win. Connolly. 

BONAVISTA SOUTH -Rev. T. E. Lynch, S. Ryan, James Long, John 

Chievers, J. M^ullownej , James Ayhvard, Thomas Lane, D. A. Rvan. 

BONAVISTA BAY NORTH Rev. G. J. Batcock, Michael Cashin, Daniel 
Turner, Samuel Kelly, sr., Nicholas Batterton, John Murphy. 

FOGO Rev. W. Finn, James Keough, John Dwyer, Michael E, Fitz 
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FORTUNE HARBOR Rev. R. Walsh, Richard Hamilton, Sain. Gillispie, 
Richard Quirk, Matthew Glavine, J. Hamilton, M. Butler. 

LITTLE BAY Rev. S. O Flynn, William Foley, James Roche, Joseph 
Deloughery, P. Burke, Jos. McKinxen, Thomas Conway, William Phonin, 
John Delany, J. Bozan, John Weeks. 

COACHMAN S COVE Rev. R. M. Shean, Daniel Duggan, J. P., Jnlm 
Carrol], William Fitzgerald, Jeremiah Ford. 

CONCHE Right Rev. Ur. McDonald, Rev. J. Lynch, Michael Lawles.-. 

BAY BULLS Rev. Nicholas Roche, Rev. M. O Driscoll, Jn.-eph J. 
Williams, Thomas Driscoll, Michael Carey, Joseph F. Williams. 

FERRYLAND Rev. L. Vereker, E. Condon, A. Wliilr, M. Devereaux, 
P. Power. 

RENEWS Rev. J. Walsh, J. Jackman, M. Jaokman, E. Leary, I!. 
Duggan, William Trainer, James Dutton. 

TREPASSEY Rev. William Born, M. Kennedy, James Murphy, D. 
Leary, M. Ryan. 

SALMONIER Rev. J. McDermot, John Goff, John Daly, John Marey, 
D. Daley. 

ST. MARY S Rev. V. F. Reardon, P. Walsh, J. Harney, J.P., Edward 
Walsh, J. Power, D. Dailey, M. Lundrigan. 

GREAT PLACENTIA Rev. V. F. Reardon, Edward Sinnolt, Nu-hc>la> 
Uosgrove, Patrick Dunphy, Patrick Keefe, Michael Collins. 

ST. BRIDE S Rev. S. O Driscoll, R. Young, J. E. Comvay, A. Power, 
P. Sinnott, B. McGrath, E. Carew. 

LITTLE PLACENTIA Rev. John St. John, Alphonsus Keats, Andrew- 
Hunt, Jas. Houlahan, Patrick Murphy. 

PLACENTIA, WEST Rev. Wm. Doutney, Wm. Brown, J. Hennessey. 

BURIN Rev. P. M. O Connor, R. Marshall, Pat k O Neil, R. McGrath, 
M. Flynn. 

ST. LAWRENCE Rev. J. Whelan, Michael Vavasour, Henry Slaney, 
Alphonsus Fitzpatrick, Patrick Murphy, David Collins, James Fleming. 

FORTUNE BAY Rev. Win. Browne, Michael Burke, jr., C. Clinton, 
D. Burke, R, Marshall, J. Thomey. 

CODROY Rev. C. O Regan, D. D., James Doyle, John Tomkins, J. 
Downey, Thomas O Quinn. 

SANDY POINT Right Rev. N. McNeil, M. E. Dvvyer, J. P., Hector 
McDonald, John McPherson, Arthur Cashin, James R. Hayes. 

STEPHENVILLE Rev. M. O Rourke, M. Hayes, Peter Renaud, T. 
O Quinn, D. Mclsaac. 

PoRT-AU-PoRT--Rev. D. A. Mclnnis, Angus Melsaac, Archibald S. 
Campbell, Henry Dnffenais, James Joy, P. O Quinn, A. Lainez. 

BAY OF ISLANDS Rev. A. Sears, L. Barren, F. Carter, R. Furlong, 
M. Power. 

BONNE BAY Rev. P. W. Brown, W. J. Hollahan, T. Martin, J. Mar 
shall, F. Butler, A. Brean. 



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METHODIST EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN NEW 
FOUNDLAND. 
Methodist College and Home. 

/Y/,/,-/><Z R. E. Hollaway, B.A., F.C.S., London. 
Assistants, l />)><)- Srltool Mr. .lol.n Hillyard, Harvard University; 
Mi.-s K. Allison, Graduate Prov. Normal School, N. S. ; S. P. Whitewaj, 
Matrii 1 ., London ; Miss S. March, Certificated Teacher ; Miss Jean Simpson, 
( Vrtifirah d Teacher, 

Mmlil X(7irin/, rrhiim-ii mill Infant - Mis.- Kannv Badcock, Certificated 
Teacher ; .Miss K. Jardine, Certificated Teacher. 

Kiiiil i-i/ni-ti n Miss Ida B. Tuck, Certificated Teacher ; Miss Annie 
I >ove, < Vi-iiliratcd Teacher. 

iV Mr. P. Le Sueur, Oxford I niversity. 

nnil 1 ithitinij Louis ,1. Themuin, Klcve de 1 EcoU- Xorinale 
de Versailles, Academic de Paris, B. S., B. L., Certificat d Aptitude a 1 En- 
du 1 )>- ID. 

nnil ( liii/i/m n Rev. M. Femvick. 

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Rev. II. C. Hatcher, B.D., President. 

I loii. .1. S. I iiis, Chairman Exec. 
1 1. .1. 11. \\ oods, Secretary. 
Hon.. John B. Ayre, Treasurer. 
l!i-v. J. T. Newman, 

" Mark Femvick, 

" ( !eo. Paine, 

" L. Curtis, B.A. 
\Vni. Su-ann, 

" James Nurse, 

Thomas H. James, 

" Sol. Matthews, 

" Thos. \\ . Atkinson, 

" Robt. W. Freeman, 

" Jesse Heyfield, 

" John Pratt, 

" Jabez Hill, 

" Win. Kendall, 

" H. P. Cowpertliuait.-, M.A. 



Rev. Anthony Hill, 

" J. Wilson, 
Hon. J. J. Rogerson, 

" James Angel, 
John Steer, 
John E. P. Peters, 
Alex. J. W. McNeily, Q.C., 
W. F. Burns, 
R. K. Bishop, 
George W. Me\v>, 
C. MacPherson, 
A. S. Penney, 
S. R, March , 
A. F. Shirran, 
A. W. Martin, 
Thomas C. Duder, M.H.A., 
Dr. R. G. Forbes, 
Charles P. Ayre, 
H. C. Burchell, C.E. 



Methodist Boards of Education. 

1. ST. JOHN S EAST Rev. L. Curtis, B. A., Chairman; Rev. George 
Paine, Hon. James S. Pitts, H. J. B, Woods, S. H. Knight. M. T Knight 
A. J. W. McNeily, Q. C., J. E. Peters, Geoige W. Mews. 

2. ST. JOHN S WEST Rev. J. T. Newman, Chairman ; Rev. F. G. 
Willey, Hon. J. J. Rogerson, John Steer, John Angel, Hon. James An<*el, 
John B. Ayre, Win. J. Mews, John Green, Richard White, Geo. S. Milli- 

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3. POUCH COVE Eev. T. \V. Atkinson, Chairman; Clement Hudson,, 
Charles Pippy, John B. Easterbrook, Ezra Churchill, Mattln-w Butler, 
Thomas Hudson. 

4. BRIGUS Rev. Jas. Wilson, Chairman; John Bartlctt, H. Roberts, 
Thomas Spracklin, H. T. Bartlett, W. Bartlett, J. Clarke. 

5. CUPIDS Rev. Win. Swann, Chairman; Geo. Smith, S. Spiacklin, 
Azariah Smith, Abram Butler. 

6. CLARKE S BEACH Rev. Wm. Swann, Chairman; Francis Nose- 
worthy, Eli Fillyer, David Garland, Henry T. Hussey. 

7. PORT-DE-GRAVE Rev. W. A. Palmer, Chairman; Wm. Kelland, 
John Fillyer, John Hampton, Isaac Da\ve, A. Seely, Moses Battru. 

8. BAY ROBERTS Rev. Charles Lench, Chairman; Isaac Clover, Wm. 
Snow, Solomon French, George Mercer, Edmund Mercer, Wm. Bellini. 

9. SPANIARD S BAY Rev. Chas. Lench, Chairman ; R. Gosse, F. Gosse, 
C. Gosse, L. Barrett, Stephen Earle, Mark Gosse. 

10. WHITBOURNE Rev. John C. Sidey, Chairman ; Wilcox Spracklin, 
David Thistle, L. H. Simmons, Jas. R, Scott, Geo. Gushue, Wm. Ruxton. 

11. HARBOR GRACE Rev. W. T. D. Dunn, Clmh-nnnt ; Willis Par 
sons, John Haddock, Geo. Parsons, Nath. Pike, Wm. Butt, H. G. A. Squires, 
James Warren, Capt. Val. Webber. 

12. CARBONEAR Rev. H. P. Coperthwaite, Chairman ; A. B. Boyle, 
M.D., N. Taylor, J. G. Maddock, W. Guy, F. T. Bemister, A. Penney, Jas. 
Peach, Geo. Powell. 

13. FRESHWATER Rev. W. R. Freeman, ( Ii<tir,i/tni ; Wm. Vatcher, 
Orestes Parsons, ,l<>lm Eveley, Robert Parsons. 

14. BLACKHEAD Rev. Geo. C. Frazer, Chairman; William Lacey, 
Jabez LeGrow, Thomas Hillyard, Peter Diamond, jr. 

15. WESTERN BAY Rev. Jabez Hill, Chairman ; J. Crowley, William 
Kennedy, N. Follett, John Halfyard, R. Sillars, S. Gillingham. 

1G. LOWER ISLAND COVE Rev. S. J. Russell, Chairman; John Turner, 
Eli Garland, Newman Shano, Mark Puddister, Thos. Tucker. 

17. OLD PERLICAN Rev. Jesse Heyfield, Chairman; Wm. Christian, 
J.P., Ebenezer March, Elias March, Joshua Benson, G. Howell, Eli King. 

18. HANT S HARBOR Rev. William Kendall, Chairman; N. Short, 
W. Single, Moses Button, John Brown, James Gulliford, A. Sparks. 

19. HEART S CONTENT Rev. Anthony Hill, Chairman; R. Penney, 
S. Stentaford, Reuben Bemister, A. Follett, A. A. Thompson, Thos. Gates. 

20. GREEN S HARBOR Rev. Sol. Matthews, Chairman ; Hy. March, 
Samuel Brace, Hezekiah Burt, Absalom March, Thos. Newhook, J. Taylor. 

21. NORMAN S COVE Rev. John C. Sidey, Chairman; Uriah Thorne, 
George Pierey, Wm. Temple, Thomas Collins, John Reid. 

22. RANDOM, SOUTH Rev. C. K. Hudson, Chairman; Joseph Green, 
N. Frost, Isaac Adey, Geo. King, Eli Martin, Eliab Robbins. 

23. BRITANNIA COVE Rev. Charles Flemington, Chairman ; Pierce 
dime, H. Blundell, N. March, W. Gulliford, N. Mills (Eng.), W. J. King. 

24. RANDOM, NORTH Rev. Wm. H. Hutcheson, Chairman ; Caleb 
Tulk, Frederick Pelley, J. Pelley, T. Dalton, G. Smith, J. Sommers. 

25. TRINITY, NORTH Rev. John Reay, Chairman ; George Christian, 
Martin Bugden, James Lucas, William Ivany, William DeGrish, Robert 
Morris. 

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26. CATALINA Rev. Samuel Snowden, Chairman ; B. Snelgrove, Jolin 
Hicks, N. Snelgrove, B. Perry, Aubrey Crocker, (one wanted). 

27. BONAVISTA, SOUTH Rev. Jas. Pincock, Chairman ; John Roper, 
Jabez Saint, John Swyers, Dr. R. G. Forbes, James Grove.-, Philip Tem- 
pleman. 

28. BIRD ISLAND COVE Rev. Henry Scott, CI<"inn<iit; R. Hobbs,. 
B. Baker, James Gough, John Cole. 

29. MUSGRAVE TOWN Rev. S. A. Chancey, Chairman : JnhnOldford,. 
Elias Ivany, James Oldf ord, Robert Reader, Win. Pye, Geo. Crew. 

30. GLOVERTOWN Rev. J. J. Durrani, Chirnin : Josiah Bntt, A. 
Butt, Ambrose Janes, E. Burry, Geo. Arnold. 

31. GREENSPOND Rev. T. B. Darby, B.A., Chairman : Joseph Davis, 
Jas. Burry, Mark Dowden, Arthur Vivian, Robt. Grunter, "\Viii. Lang, jr. 

32. WESLEYVILLE Rev. W. R. Trait, Chairman j G. \V. Hann, 
A. Kane, George Barber, Hy. Meleiuly, John Win-or, jr., Esau Stokes. 

, ,?>. M.USGRAVE HARBOR Rev. Edgar Taylor, Ch\ : Simeon 

Gn\, J. II. White\vay, E. Uussell, J. Goodyear. 

34. FOGO Rev. W. H. Browning, ( Iniir/iniu : Ilr. Thomas Malcolm, 
Andivu ( MM!,, Eli Cull, Robert Scott. 

35. SELDOM-CoME-BY Rev. Aykroyd Stoney, < hairman : John Perrv, 
.liihn Holm.--, I.evi Perry, Israel Hicks, Wm. Anthony, Win. Perry. 

36. II UIIMXG NECK--RCV. A. A. Holmes, Chairman : K-au Blandford,. 
Sylvester Tull m, John Card, S. Roberts, T. W. Ginn, James Waterman. 

:;7. TwiLLINGATE Rev. T. H. James, Chinnmni : Elias Roberts, J. 
Minly, Andtvw Linlield, A. Anstey, Charles .Mayne, Peter Samu-ays, Geo. 
Robei 1 3. 

38. MORETON S HABBOR Rev. W T . J. Bartlett, hairman : M. Osmond, 
Tho>. French, Sam l Small, Elijah Jennings, Jos. B. Osmond, A. Knight. 

39. EXPLOITS Rev. S. Jefferson, Chairman : Josiah Manuel, Simon 
Manuel, Matiliew !>alton, jr., \Vm. I/icey, Josiah Milk-y, A/ariah Manuel. 

40. LAURENCETOWN Rev. J. K. Curtis, Chairman; Luke Manuel, 
Juhii \\ oll i vy, Joseph Wolfrey, Abuer Lacey, Geo. Brown, John Kinsman. 

41. LITTLE BAY ISLAND Rev. John J. Wheatley, Cltairman ; J. 
Strong, G. Paddock, E. W. Roberts, Archibald Simms, Charles Wellnian, 
George Par-sons. 

42. LITTLE BAY Rev. John Pye, Chairman; J. B. Howson, Joseph 
H. Taverner, Geo. Clarke, Fred. Thistle, Ananias Yates, John Budclen. 

43. NIPPER S HARBOR Rev. Wm. Harris, Chairman ; Robt. Batstone r 
J. Mackey, W. T. Noble, Job Randall. 

44. SOUND ISLAND, PLACENTIA BAY Rev. Edwin Moore, CJmirmfni ; 
Alexander Hollett, James Williams, William Eddy, W. Hollett, Samuel 
J. Eddy, Sanmel Stacey. 

45. FLAT ISLANDS, PLACENTIA BAY Rev. James Smith, B.A., Chair- 
man : H. W. Crann, C. Joyce, C. Senior, Wm. Loughlan, Walter Parsons. 

46. BURIN Rev. H. C. Hatcher, B. D., Chairman; T. Foote, Robert 
Inkpen, James Vigus, Daniel Bishop, James Iiikpen, jr., John Weare. 

47. SPOON COVE Rev. H. J. Indoe, M. A., Chairman; Frank Weare r 
Tlios. Bugden, Gabriel Goddard, Thomas Welsh Beazley, Philip Hollett, 
Henry Hodder. 

48. FORTUNE Rev. John Pratt, Chairmvn; John E. Lake, William- 
P. Lake, John King, Robert Sncok, Henry Haddon, Charles Burton. 



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AYBE & SONS, St. John s Best Goods at lowest prices. 

49. GRAND BANK Rev. Jas. Nurse, Chairman; G. Forsey, J. Forsey, 
T. A. Hickman, G. Buffett, G. Bell, S. Harris, T. Foote, Chas. Rose. 

50. GARNISH Rev. C. R. Durrant, Chairman; James Lorenzen, Eli 
Anstey, Richard Grandy, sr., Thomas Bond. 

51. BURGEO Rev. Jas. Nurse, Chairman; William Davidgc, John 
Davidge, Andrew Parsons, Hugh Matthews, Jos. Anderson, Win. Harris. 

52. PETITES Rev. Samuel Haltyanl, Chairman; Elias Mauger, Win. 
Courtney, Henry Riles, William Stone, William Collins, James Giles. 

53. CHANNEL Rev. John E. Peters, B.A., Chairman; Nelson Bragg, 
Geo. W. Bragg, Edward Harris, Jos. Ford, Adam Powers, Frederic Cox. 

54. ST. GEORGE S BAY Rev. W. H. Dotchon, Chairman; N. Butt, 
.S. Butt, J. Morris, A. Harvey, jr. 

55. BAY OF ISLANDS Rev. W. H. Dotchon, Chairman; Charles P. 
Farnell, Keating Hynes, Augustus Penney, George Davis, sr. 

56. BONNE BAY Rev. T. E. Roberts, Chairman ; Hy. Half yard, Geo. 
Halfyard, Simeon Avery, J.P., C. Moors, W. Strickland, Alfred Halfyard. 

57. FLOWER S COVE (Board to be appointed). 

58. ST. ANTHONY Mr. R. M. Bickle, Chairman; John Colbourn, 
.John Brewer, John Guy, Jacob Bussey, John Moore, Albert Pilgrim. 

59. ENGLEE (Board to be appointed). 

60. LABRADOR, SOUTH (Board to be appointed). 

61. LABRADOR, NORTH (Board 10 be appointed). 

Board of Examiners for giving Certificates of Qualification to Teachers. 



R. E. Holloway, B. A., 
Rev. Levi Curtis, B. A., 



H. C. Burchell, C. E., 
C. MacPherson, and 



Superintendent of Methodist Schools. 

PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE. 

.Directors Rev. Dr. Harvey, Rev. A. Robertson, Sir Robt. Thorburn, 
James Goodfellow, James Baird, James Gordon, Esquires. 

Principal Andrew Wilson . 

Intermediate and Primary Departments Miss Muir, Miss Hughes and 
Miss Johnston. 

Presbyterian Board of Education. 

Harbor G-race William H. Thompson, - 

Congregational Board of Education. 

St. John s John Haddon, L. T. Chancey, William J. Barnes, William 
Martin, T. J. Duley, W. H. Whitely. 

TwillingateB. T. Gillingham, Andrew Grey, John Hodder, William 
Baird, jr., George B. Nott. Inspector Rev. J. Thackery. 

Congregational Academy. 

Head Mistress Miss B. Radford. I Assistant Mistress Miss M. Chancey. 

Reformed Church of England. 
BOARD FOR ISLAND OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Rev. W. M. Goodchild, Chairman; John Bartlett, Nath. Heffoed, John 
.Moore, Conception Bay. Chas. Newhook, John Moore, Aubrey Newhook, 
Trinity Bay. 



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Ecclesiastical Church of Jn<il<niil. 165 



CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 
Diocese of Newfoundland. 

Former Prelates Aubrey George Spencer, D.D., 1839. Edward Feilil, 
D.D.. 1844. James Butler Kelly, D.D., 1876. 

Present Bishop Right Reverend Llewellyn Jones, D.D., Lord Bishop 
of Newfoundland, Consecrated in St. Paul s Cathedral, London, on Festival 
of SS. Philip and James, 1878, by the late Archbishop Tait, of Canterbury, 
the Bishops of London and Hereford, and Bishop Kelly. 

Archdeacon Ven. Edward Botwood. 

Commissary in Newfoundland Ven. Archdeacon Botwood. 

Commissaries in England Rev. Canon Jones, M. A., SiTtnn Park, 
Liverpool ; Rev. J. J. Curling, M. A., Hanible, Southampton. 

Commissary in Bermuda Ven. Archdeacon Tucker. 

Diocesan Registrar Rev. Charles Knapp, M.. A. 

DKANERY OF AVALON : 

Rev. Canon Colley, Rural Dean. 

{Rev. Canon Browne, M. A., LL.D., Sub-dean 
and Rector. 
Rev. J. H. Bradford, Senior Curate. 
Rev. T. E. Wilson, B.A., Junior Curate. 
Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., Succentor. 

/Rev. H. Dimtiehl, Rector. 
G. R. 



cu i\/r > (Ven. Edward Botwood, Rector. 
St. Mary s- M . A .; Curate . 



Topsail Rev. Cancn Colley, Rural Dean. 
Foxtrap and Hopewell Rev. Henry Petley. 
St. John s OutportsEtv. H. Elrington. 

Portugal Core Rev. W. R, Smith and Rev. H. K. Woodward. 
Non-Parochial Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., St. John s, General Inspector 
of Church of England Schools, Examining Chaplain to the Bishop. 
Theological College Rev. C. Knapp, M.A., Principal. 

DEANERY OF CONCEPTION BAY : 
Rev. Canon Noel, Rural Dean. 
Brigus Rev. James J. White. 
Salmon Cove Rev, J. Darrell. 
Port-de-Grave Rev. T. G. Netten. 
Bay Roberts Rev. Wm. Shears. 
Spaniard s Bay Rev. S. A. Dawson. 
Neio Harbor, Trinity Bay Rev. E. K. H. Caldwell. 
Upper Island Cove Rev. J. S. Sanderson. 
Harbor Grace Rev. Canon Noel, R.D. 
Harbor Grace (South Side) 



1C6 Ecclesiastical Church of England. 

I m-bonear Kev. F. W. Colley. 
Bay-de-Verds Rev. J. G. Cragg. 

DEANERY OF TRINITY BAY : 
Rev. Henry C. H. Johnson, Rural De.an. 
Ifmrt x Content Rev. G. H. Johnson, R.D. 
Random Rev. Harold F. Wilson, B.A. 
Tiin it a West Rev. Frank Smart. 
Trinity /;</.-/ -Rev. G. H. Field. 
< ,il,i/ini( Rev. Ernest G. Greenham. 

DEANERY OF BONAVISTA BAY : 

Ucv. Augustus E. C. Bayly, Rural Dean. 
Honavista Rev. Aug. G. Bayly, B.A. 
l\ iii</ s Cove Rev. Win. Kirby. 
Goose Bay Rev. T. R. Nnr.-c. 
Salvage 

Rev. H. J. Ri-.-id. 

Rev. D. W. Blackall. 

DEANERY OF NOTRE DAME BAY : 

v. ( .-111(111 Temple, Rural D< <IH. 
,, Rev. \V. C. U liitc. 

i Rev. Canon Temple, R.D. 
Herri mi X,rk Kev. G. S. Chamberlain. 
Exploits -Kev. (A Wood. 
Little ! if Rev. A. Pittman. 
JHiitr Bay Rev. Cyril C. V. Cognn. 

DEANERY OF PLACENTIA BAY. 

Rev. John Hewitt, Rural Dean. 
Harbor Buffett Rev. Arthur Shorter. 
I .nrin Rev. John Hewitt, R.D. 
Lamaline Rev. H. K. Gilbert. 
iriiitlinnriii mill I litn-ntia Rev. J. H. Bull. 

DEANERY OF FORTUNE BAY : 

Rev. George Bishop, Rural Dean. 

H<t flu ir I liiton Rev. T. P. Quintin. 

Hermitage Bay Rev. George Bishop, R.D. 

Belloram Rev. William A. Haynes. 

Burgeo Rev. Thomas A. R. Allsopp. 

Rose Blanche Rev. J. W. R, Bache. 

Channel Rev. Llewellyn Goclden. 

St. Pierre Rev. T. W. Temple (under license of Bishop of London). 

DEANERY OF STRAIT OF BELLE ISLE : 



Rural Dean. 



St. George s Bay Rev. Charles Jeffery. 
Bay of Islands Rev. Arthur Waghorne. 
Bonne Bay Rev. Charles W. Hollands. 
Battle Harbor 



Ecclesiastical Ch. uf Eny Roman Citf/m/ir. 1G7 



Sandwich Bay 

Strait of Belle Isle Rev. Samuel M. Stewart. 

Theological College. 

Visitor The Lord Bishop. 

Principal Rev. C. Knapp, M.A. 

Council The Lord Bishop, The Veil. Archdeacon, Rev. H. Dunfiekl, 
Rev. Canon Colley, R.D., Rev. Canon Pilot, D. D., D. C. L., Rev. Canon 
Browne, LL.D., Sir J. S. Winter, K.C.M.G., Mr. J. Outerbridge, Mr. AY. H. 
Horwood, Q.C. 

Diocesan Synod of Newfoundland. 

Executive Committee The Lord Bishop, Ven. Archdeacon Botvvood, 
Rev. Canon Colley, R. D., Rev. Canon Pilot, Rev. Canon Browne, Rev. 
Canon Noel, R.D., Rev. H. Dunfield, Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A., Rev. AY. II. 
Smith ; Hon. G. T. Rendell, J. AY. Withers, Right Hon. Sir AY. Y. AYhite- 
way, K.C.M.G., Hon. Dr. Skelton, AY. H. Horwood, Q.C., A. \V. Harvey, 
J. Outerbridge, J. R. McCowi ii. 

Secretary-Treasurer Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 
Diocese of St. John s. 

Former Prelates Right Rev. Dr. O Donel, died 1811 ; Right Rev. Dr. 
Lambert, died 1817 ; Right Rev. Dr. Scallan, died 1830 ; Right Rev. Dr. 
Fleming, died 1850 ; Right Rev. Dr. Mullock, died 1869 ; Ri^ht Rev. Dr. 
Power, died 1893. 

Present Bishop Right Rev. Dr. M. F. Howley. 

Administrator of the Diocese Right Rev. Monsignor Scott. 

Archdeacon 

Dean of the Diocese Very Rev. Dean Ryan. 

Cathedral, St. John s Right Rev. Mgr. Scott, Rev. Charles H. O Neill,. 
Rev. M. Ryan, Ph. D., Rev. j. O Reilly, D.D. 

St. Patrick s, Biverhead Very Rev. Dean Ryan, Rev. Edmund Crook,. 
Rev. P. O Brien. 

Topsail and Kelligreivs Rev. E. P. Roche, Admr. 

Petty Harbor Rev. Roger Tierney, P.P. 

Torbay Rev. M. J. Clarke, P.P. 

Portugal Cove Rev. John Walsh, P.P. 

Whittle s Bay Rev. N. Roach, P.P. ; Rev. M. P. O Driscoll. 

Ferryland Rev. Laurence Vereker, P.P. 

Renews Rev. John AYalsh, P.P. 

Trepassey Rev. AA^illiam Born, P.P. 

St. Mary s Rev. AVilliam Jackman, Admr. 

Salmonier Rev. J. McDermott, Admr. 

Placentia Rev. V. Reardon, P. P. 

St. Bride s Rev. Stephen O Driscoll. 

Little Placentia Rev. J. St. John, P.P. 

St. Kyran sRev. AV. P. Doutney, P.P. 

Burin Rev. P. M. O Connor, P.P. 

St. Lawrence Rev. James Whelan, P.P. 

Bell Island Rev. J. McGrath. 



1 G<S J<Jri !i :<iit.<;fi<:nl Roman Catholic. 

Institutions. 

St. Bonaventure s College In charge of the Christian Brothers. 

,sy. Patrick s Si/ni ils In charge of the Christian Brothers. 

I lulu i ross Si-hool, Riverhead In charge of the Christian Brothers. 

,S7. Pett r s ,sV/VW, ,s /. John s In charge of Sisters of Mercy. 

Conrents Presentation Order, !> ; Mercy Onli-r, .">. 

St. Michael - Orphanage at P.elvidere for girls (umler the Sisters of 
Mercy). 

St. Tliom.i i s Ilonu for boys at Power s Court, Manuels, (under the 
Christian Brother-). 

St. Bride s \c.-idnn\- fin- young ladies at Littledale, St. John s, (in 
care ot Si.-t<-r- of Mercy). 

Diocese of Harbor Grace. 

I .iJiop Right Her. Dr. Ronald McDonald, Consecrated at Pictou, 

N. S., An-ii ! L lst, 1881. 

Hurl" ! Graa liiglit Rev. Bishop McDonald ; Rev. J. March. 

Holi/i-<i"<l Krv. .1. Murphy. 

Harbor -I/,//// Rev. P. O Donuell, P.P. 

Goni-ijilinii Ili/rliui- -\\c\-. \\ . Veitch, P.P. 

Bri . E, I . Walsh, V.G. ; Rev. R. M. Walker. 

ll liii Rev. P. "W. Browne. 

i Rev. P. 1). McCarthy, ( .( . 
\ / Rev. John Itoe, P.P. 

Bay i Verdi Rev. J. Donnelly, P.P. 

Bonaw ta Rev. Walter Tarahan. 

King s Rev. T. E. Lynch, P.P. 

,s7. Bra Rev. J. G. Battcock, P.P. 

Till,,,, Harbm Rev. \\ . P. Finn, C.C. 

/ ., - R chard \\ al>h and Kev. John Joseph Colbert. 

/,////, Bay Rev. S. OTlynn, P.P. 

Con- ! v. M^. Sheehan, C.C. 

i cmchi licv. John Lynch. 

Labrador (Blanc 



Labrador (North) Attended by Priests fiom Harbor Grace in summer. 
Convents Three of the Presentation Order and two of the Order of 
Mercy. 

Vicariate Apostolic of West Newfoundland. 
Ficar Apostolic Right Rev. Dr. Neil McNeil. 

Sandy Point, I .ny St. Geonye Right Rev. Dr. McNeil: Rev. Charles- 
Kenonf. 

Highlands ~Rev. G. Hawkin-. 
Stephenville Rev. M. O Ronrkc. 
Port-u-Port A T acant. 
Codroy Valley Rev. D. Mclnnes. 
Baij of Islands Rev. A. Sears. 
Bonne Bay Rev. P. W. Brown. 
Harbor Briton Rev. C. O Regan, D.D. 
St. Jacques Rev. W. J. Browne. 



Ecclesiastical Methodist. 169 



METHODIST CHURCH. 

Rev. H. C. Hatcher, B.D., President. 
Rev. John T. Newman, Secretary. 

1. ST. JOHN S DISTRICT. 

St. John s, Gower Street Rev. Levi Curtis, B.A., Rev. Geo. S. Milligau, 
LL.D., Superintendent of Methodist Schools by permission of Conference ; 
Rev. Mark Fenwick, Guardian and Chaplain of the Home. 

St. John s West Rev. John T. Newman, Secretary of Conference ; 
Rev. George E. Heal ; Rev. James Dove, D.D., Supernumerary. 

St. John s East Rev. George Paine. 

Pouch Cove Rev. Thomas W. Atkinson. 

Topsail Rev. F. G. Willey. 

Brigus Rev. James Wilson. 

Cupids and Clarke s Beach Rev. Win. Swann ; Rev. Win. A. Palmer. 

Bay Roberts and Spaniard s Bay Rev. Charles Lench. 

Whitbourne Rev. J. C. Sidey, and an agent. 

Sound Island Rev. Edwin Moore. 

Flower s Cove Supply under Chairman of District. 

Bed Bay Rev. George Stoney. 

Hamilton Inlet Supply (F. H.) 

Labrador Coast (Summer months) Rev. R. K. Peck. 

CJiairman Rev. Win. Swann. 

Financial Secretary Rev. Mark Fenwick. 

2. CARBONEAR DISTRICT. 

Carboncar Rev. H. P. Cowperthwaite, M.A. ; Rev. F. R. Matthews. 

Harbor Grace Rev. W. T. D. Dunn. 

Freshwater Rev. R. W. Freeman. 

Blackhead Rev. George E. Frazer. 

Western Bay Rev. Jabez Hill. 

Lower Island Cove Rev. Samuel J. Russell. 

Old Perlican Rev. Jesse Heyfield. 

Hant s Harbor Rev. Wm. Kendall. 

Heart s Content Rev. Anthony Hill. 

Green s Harbor Rev. Solomon Matthews. 

Shoal Harbor Rev. Wm. J. Hutcheson. 

Northern Bight Rev. C. H. Hudson, under superintendence of Rev. 
Chas. Flemington. 

Britannia Cove Rev. Chas. Flemington. 

Musgrave Town Rev. Sidney Chancey, [under superintendence of 
Rev. W. J. Hutcheson. 

Chairman Rev. H. P. Cowperthwaite, M.A. 
Financial Secretary Rev. Jabez Hill. 

3. BONAVISTA DISTRICT. 

Bonavista Rev. James Pincock. 
Bird Island CoveRev. Henry Scott. 
Catalina Rev. Samuel Suowden. 
Trinity Rev. John Reay. 

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Glovertowii Supply under direction of Chairman. 

Greenspond Rev. Thomas B. Darby, B.A. 

Wesley ville Rev. Win. R, Tratt. 

Musgrave Harbor Rev. Edgar Taylor. 

Indian Islands and Seldom- Come-By Rev. Achroyd Stoney. 

For/o Rev. William Henry Browning. 

Chairman Rev. James Pincock. 
Financial Secretary Rev. W. H. Browning. 

4. TWILLINGATE DISTRICT. 

Tmllingate Rev. T. H. James ; supply (H. J. C.) 

Herring Neck and Change Islands Rev. A. A. Holmes. 

Moreton s Harbor Rev. W. J. Bartlett. 

Laurenceton and Marshallville Rev. J. K. Curtis. 

Exploits Rev. Selby Jefferson. 

Little Bay Island and Pilley s Island Rev. J. J. Wheatley ; Rev. John 
Bartlett. 

Little Bay Rev. John Pye. 

Nipper s Harbor and Tilt Cove Rev. William Harris ; Rev. William 
B. Ambrose. 

White Bay Rev. George Burry. 

St. Anthony Rev. R. M. Bickle, under Chairman of District. 

Chairman Rev. T. H. James. 
Financial Secretary Rev. J. J. Wheath-y. 

5. BURIN DISTRICT. 

1 iiirin Rev. H. C. Hatcher, B.D., President of Conference. 

Spoon Cove Rev. Henry J. Indoe, M.A. 

Flat Islands Rev. James Smith, B.A. 

<S/. Pierre One wanted. 

Fortune Rev. John Pratt. 

Grand Bank Rev. James Nurse. 

Garnish and Jersey Harl/or Rev. C. R. Durrant, and supply under 
superintendence of Rev. H. C. Hatcher, B.D. 

Ilnrgeo Supply C. C., under superintendence of Rev. Jas. Nurse. 

Petites Rev. Samuel Halfyard, under superintendence of Rev. John 
E. Peters, B.A. 

Channel Rev. John E. Peters, B.A. 

St. George s Bay and Bay of Islands Rev. W. H. Dotchon. 

Bonne Bay Rev. Thomas E. Roberts. 

French Shore Supply. 

Chairman Rev. H. C. Hatcher, B.D. 
Financial Secretary Rev. James Nurse. 

Students at College. 

Sackville Herbert Clegg, Eugene Forsey, C. W. Squires, Charles 
Howse (has leave of absence for one year if necessary), W. J. Luscombe, 
James Opie. 

Wesley College, Montreal J. J. Blythe, Wrn. Patterson, J. J. Durrant, 
Edgar Jones, A. E. Rowson (have one year s leave of absence). 



Ecclesiastical Presbyterian, &c. Medical Board. 171 



PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN CANADA. 

PRESBYTERY RESIDENT IN NEWFOUNDLAND. 

St. John s Rev. M. Harvey, LL.D., (retired) ; Rev. A. Robertson, 
Harbor Grace Rev. G. Milligan. 
Bay of Islands Rev. J. Morrison, 
Elder James Goodfellow. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, 

St. John s Rev. Joseph Thackeray. 

Pool s Cove, Fortune Baytiev. John Squires. 

Little Bay East, Fortune Bay Rev. Heibert Whitmore. 

Twillingate Vacant. 

Smith s Sound, Trinity Bay Vacant. 

REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 
Or Reformed Church of England in Newfoundland. 

Right Rev. Thomas W. Campbell, S. T. B., 21 Brunswick Avemu>, 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Presiding Bishop. 

Brigus One wanted. 

Clark s Beach Rev. William Good child, E. P. U. 

New Harbor Rev. C. F. Hubbard, E. P. U., Corresponding Secretary 
of the Evangelical Protestant Union of Great Britain and Colonies. 

QUEEN S PRINTER. 

John W. Withers. 
"Royal Gazette" Office, Gazette Building, Water Street, St. John s. 

MEDICAL BOARD. 

Dr. J. S. Tait, Registrar,} 

Hy. Shea, President, V Appointed by Government. 
N. McKenclriek, J 

N. S. Fraser, I Appointed bv St. John s Medical Society. 

H. Rendell, Treasurer,) 

Win. M. Allan, Harbor ffrace,\Appointed by Conception Bay Medical 
J. G. Duncan, Brigus, J Society. 

Medical Practitioners Registered in Newfoundland. 

f Fred. G. Bunting, [Henry Shea (General 



Nutting S. Fraser, 
Alfred Jos. Harvey, 
Laurence E. Keegan, 
St. John s <{ Henry E. Kendall, 
Ken. D. McKenzie, 
Tim. M. Mitchell, 
Alexander S. Pike, 
Herbert Rendell, 



St. John s- 



I Hospital), 

Fred. Albert Stabb, 



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U. 



Sinclair Tait. 



( William M. Allan, 
Harbor Grace-l Lamont Paterson, 

[Walter A. Strapp, 
Heart s Content A. R. Anderson. 

^ Jqhu Peter Smith, 



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Medical Practitioners Municipal Council. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Groceries. 



Heart s Content Allan Leo. Smith. 
Carbonear Albert Desbrisy Boyle. 
Bay of Islands George Webber. 
Trepassey Robert Hillary Carey. 
Brigus John George Duncan. 
Harbor Briton Conrad Fitzgerald. 
Blackhead Thomas C. McLeocl. 
BrooJcfield Alex. S. Smith. 
Bonne Bay George F. Prebbh-. 
Salvage William Ttilk. 

John McDonald. 
Bonavista Robert E. Forbes. 
Ktlligrews R. Jardine Freebairn. 
lintmel William Grant. 
Pilley s Inland Richard F. Hili-y. 
St. Xfanj s William Hoyan. 
Sitlnwn Cove \\ m. l-Mward Jones. 
Till <. uc, Sidney ( . Lawivnr, . 
Khii/ f < <we Charles G. Levi.-r.intc. 
/ /<> Thomas .Malcolm. 
HaW& Bay /;./, . -Kdw d N. Martin. 



FerrylandJ. W. McCulloch. 
Burgeo Finlay McDonald. 
Grand Bank Allan McDonald. 
Greenspond John S. Brookman. 
l!<ni Kt. George Donald J. Bethune. 
Gatalina Alexander P. McKay. 
/ /nrMi^ <!--Xcil McKendrick. 
I In it Roberts George F. Bo\vden 

John Knox McLeod. 
JVestim I m it Robert M. Nelson. 
Lamalini Tl.addeus Scott. 
Burin Herbert Smitli. 
TinUiimnte Owen Van B. Smith. 

-Frederick R. Stafford. 
Hi rm it ii/i Core Eben. Thompson. 
Herrimj Neck G. S. Chamberlain. 
I In,, nl i "(v Richard Dunn. 
St. Jacques Henry Peter Gouthro. 
Old Perlican William Goddard. 
niti i, (Jove Eli King. 
Trinity Robert White. 



PPhitbourne Archibald A. Chisholm. 

Board of Health, St. John s. 

By Order in Council the finn-timis of the Board of Health, St. John s, 
arc exercised by Dr. A. S. Pike. 

Health Officers St. John s and Outports. 



St. John s Dr. Fraser.Dr. A.S. Pike, 
(Quarantine) ; Dr. Pike (Attendant 
mi British Seamen). 

Harbor Graa Dr. \V. Allan. 

Hermitage Eaij- 



Garboncar Dr. A. Boyle. 
Trinity Dr. R. White. 
FogoDr. T. Malcolm. 
TirillingateDr. F. Stafford. 
Dr. E. Thompson. 



ST. JOHN S MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. 
OFFICE : DUCKWORTH STREET ; OFFICE HOURS : Kt a. m. to 5 p. m. 

Chairman M. Power, (electtil Inj tit 1 < mincil). 

Appointed by the E.i-<i-i/liri-3o]m E. Fmnranx and John W. Foran. 
Elected No. 1 Ward John Harris 

No. 2 Ward Thomas Keating. 

No. 3 Ward John V. O Dea. 

No. 4 Ward M. Power. 

No. 5 Ward J. J. Callanan. 



Chairman M. Power. 
Secretary P. W. Kelly. 
General Accountant J. Syme. 
Water Department Accountant- 
J. L. Slatterv. 



OFFICERS : 

i Collectors J. P. Grace, J. Larkin. 
Tou-n Engineer John Ryan (act g). 
Plumbing Inspector John Donnelly. 
IVaterer of Vessels John Flynn. 



Water Companies Commissioners of Pilots, 173 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Provisions. 



SANITARY DEPARTMENT. 
Supervisor R. E. Hughes, 
Stable Keeper Thos. Clancy. 
Impounder Peter L Estraiige. 
Day of meeting : Friday afternoon. Pay day : Saturday. 

ASSESSMENT : 

Water Rates (Town), 6 per cent on appraised rental. 

Vacant Lands, 5 per cent, on appraised rental. 

Sewerage Rates, one-fifth of the above percentage. 

An annual tax of one cent per gross ton upon every steamship, or 
steam-boat, or steam-tug, entering the port of St. John s, to be paid by 
the master or owner of every such steamship, or steam-boat, or steam-tug, 
not oftener than once in any one year. 

Water Rates (Shipping), five cents per ton, not to exceed $20, pay 
able once a year on all vessels entering the port of St. John s. 

Goal Duty Thirty cents per ton collected on all coal imported at the 
port of St. John s. 

HARBOR GRACE WATER COMPANY. 

Directors A. H. Seymour, J. F. Apsey, J. Paterson, D. Shea, J. F. Tapp, 
James Henry Parsons, John Hogan. 
President John F. Apsey. 
Vice-President and Treasurer G. Paterson. 
Secretary and Collector Andrew Rutherford. 
Manager of Works J. Lynch. 

RATES PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 

Owners, 3f per cent. ; occupiers, 3f per cent. ; leaseholders and occu 
piers, 6| per cent. ; landowners, f per cent. ; leaseholders only, 3 per cent. ; 
and five cents per ton on all vessels entering from foreign ports to dis 
charge or take in cargo -due and payable each year. Coasting and fishing 
vessels being exempt. 

CARBONEAR WATER COMPANY. 

Directors James Hippisley, J. P., Felix J. McCarthy, I. P., George 
Moulton, J. P. 

Government Stock $34,000 

Rate on appraised rental 6 per cent. 

NOTE. Thirty cents per ton, duty, is charged on all coals entered at 
the ports of Harbor Grace and Carbonear, the amounts collected being 
paid towards the support of their respective Water Companies. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTS. 

St. John s H. J. Stabb, Chairman ; P. Cleary, Hon. George Shea, Henry 
Goodridgc, Edward White. 

Foffo -John W. Hodge, Henry J. Earle, Dr. Thomas Malcolm, 
Pelley s Islands W. Garland, W, Bladder, F, Curtis, 



174 



Pilots Towage Rates. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Ships Stores. 



\o. 1 Boat. 
William Cantwell, 
John Gailishaw, jr., 
William Power, 
James Collins. 



Pilots. 

No. 2 Boat. 
Samuel Ryan, 
Richard Vinicombe. 
John Kagan. 



No. 3 Boat. 

William Lewis, 
Frederick Lewis. 
E. Lewis. 



Table of Rates of Pilotage of Vessels in and out of St. John s. 



.V, ( . Measurement. Itn.tes Cy. 

On vessels under 80 tons $ 5.35 

Do from 80 to 100 tons ... 6.70 
from 100 to 120 tons ... 7.35 
from 120 to 160 tons ... 8.00 
from 160 to 200 tons ... 8.70 
from 200 to 240 tons ... 9. 35 
from 240 to 280 tons .. 10.00 
from 280 to 300 tons . 10.70 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



from 300 to 350 tons .. 13.35 



Xfiu Measurement. 



Rates Cy. 



On vessels from 350 to 400 tons ... 16. 00 

Do from 400 to 500 tons ... 18.70 

Do from 500 to 600 tons ... 21.35 

Do from 600"to 700 tons ... 24.00 

Do from 700 to 860 tons ... 26.70 

Over that size for every 100 tons 

additional 1 . 35 

Ami <in no sailing vessel is the 

pilotage to exceed 32.00 



Strainers shall pay pilotage on their net tonnage as in the ease of sailing vessels. 

Strainers employed in the fisheries of the Colony shall be exempt, except when 
mi foreign voyages. 

Coastal Steamers shall also be exempt. 

Subsidi/fd Mail Steamers, in connection with the Colony, shall pay on the 
horse-power, at Hie rate of eight cents for each horse-power. 

No Steamer shall pay more than forty dollars at one time. 

All Coasting vessels which may take Pilots to pay one-half of the above rates of 
Pilotage in proportion to their tonnage. 

The above scale of Pilotage .shall lie payable on the Register Tonnage ot all such 
vessels, as ascertained before going out of the harbor. 

Her Majesty s vessels under .sixth rate 14.00 

Her Majesty s vessels of fourth, fifth, and sixth rate 26.00 

Her Majesty s \esselsoffirst, second, ami third rate 34.00 

Towage Rates, St. John s. 

Rates of Towage of Vessels in and out of St. John s Harbor, from one mile outside 
the Heads to Consignee s Wh.irf. or from the Consignee s Wharf to a mile out 
side the Heads : 

Vessels under 60 tons 4.00 Vessels from 301 to 350 tons 24.00 

Do from 60 to 100 tons 8.00 Do from 351 to 400 tons 26.00 

Do from 101 to 125 tons 10.00 Do from 401 to 450 tons .. .. 28.00 

Do from 126 to 150 tons 12.00 Do from 451 to 500 tons . 30.00 

Do from 151 to 175 tons 14.00 Do from 501 to 550 tons 32.00 

Do from 176 to 200 tons 16.00 Do from 551 to 600 tons . 34.00 

Do from 201 to 225 tons 18.00 Do from 601 to 700 tons 38.00 

Do from 226 to 250 tons 20.00 Do from 701 to 800 tons 42.00 

Do from 251 to 300 tons 22.00 Do from 801 to 900 tons 46.00 

Vessels from 900 to 1000 tons 50.00 

NOTE. Vessels from 40 to 100 tons pay ten cents additional per ton. 

Vessels requiring the Steamer to go beyond the above limits as far as Cape Spear 
to pay one-third additional, and any vessel requiring towage beyond the Cape to the 
South or an equal distance to the Northward, will be charged by special agreement. 

The above rates apply only to ordinary circumstances. Vessels in distress or 
otherwise disabled, will have to make special contract for assistance. Vessels em 
ploying the Steamer inwards will be taken outwards on their next voyage at two- 
thirds of the above rates. Vessels using the steamer s hawser to pay tenper cent,, 
011 towage rates for the. sa.u.i, 



Banks. 175 

AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Dry Goods. 



In addition to the above rates, one-third additional will be charged during winter 
months, commencing on 10th December and ending on 10th April each year. 

The Owners are not responsible for any damage done by the vessel towed, to 
themselves or others. 

N. B. Special rates will be charged during the ice season. 



SAVINGS BANK Duckworth Street. 
HOURS OF BUSINESS : 10.30 A. M. TO 3 r. M. 

Governors Hon. Sir Jas. S. Winter, Hon. Chas. Dawe, Hon. Jas. Bainl, 
Hon. G. Knowling, Hon. John B. Ayrc, John Cowan, Esq., M. P. Gibbs, 
Esq. 

Directors Hon. Sir Jas. S. Winter, Hon. Charles Dawe, Hon. J. Baird. 

Cashier Hon. Edward D. Shea. 

Accountant Stephen H. Knight. 

Clerk W. J. H. Shears. 

Branch Banks. 

Harbor Grace Cashier and Clerk A. T. Drysdale. 
Heart s Content Clerk George Moore. 
Placentia Clerk -- 

Number of Depositors 31st Dec., 1896, St. John s, 3,224 ; Har. Grase, 
362 ; Heart s Content, 83 ; Placentia, 20 ; Little Bay, 19. 

Total amount on deposit 31st December, 1896 ... $1,363,857.41 
Kate of Interest on deposits .............................. 3 per cent. 

BANK OF MONTREAL. 

[Established 1817.] 

Paid up Capital .................. $12,000,00000 

Reserved Fund .................. 6,000,000 00 

Undivided Profits .................. 896,85004 

HEAD OFFICE : MONTREAL. 

President Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal. 
Vicc-President Hon. G. A. Drummond 
General Manager E. S. Clouston. 
Inspector A. Macnider. 

St. John s Branch : Gazette Building, Water Street. 

Manager F. J. Hunter ; Accountant A. E. Nash. 
Staff A. S. Holt ; H. D. Carter ; A. M. Peters ; J. H. Hudspeth ; 
A. C. Drummond ; Chas. Syme ; V. Cleary. 
Messenger William J. Hammond. 

CORRESPONDENTS : 

London The Bank of England ; The Union Bank of London ; The 
London and Westminster Bank ; The National Provincial Bank of Eng. 
Liverpool The Bank of Liverpool, Limited. 



176 Banks, 

AYBE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Hardware. 



Scotland The British Linen Company Bank, and Branches. 

New York National City Bank ; The Bank of New York, X. B. A. ; 
The Third National Bank. 

Boston The Merchants National Bank ; J. B. Moors & ( <>. 

Buffalo Marine Bank. 

San Francisco The Bank of British Columbia ; The Anglo-Califor- 
nian Bank. 

Portland, Orerjon The Bank of British Columbia. 

Branches in all the chief cities and towns of Canada, as well as in 
London, New York and Chicago. 

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. 
[Established 1832]. 

HEAD OFFICE : HALIFAX, X. S. 

Capital, $1,500,000 ; Reserve Fund, $1,500,000. 
II. C. McLcod, Cashier ; D. Waters, Inspector. 

Branch Offices in Newfoundland. 

Hours for business : 10 a. m. to 3 p.m., (incepting Thursday, 10 a.m. 
to 1 p. m. 

ST. JOHN S OFFICK : 
Manager W. E. Stavert. 
Accountant W. W. Watson. 
Teller W. J. Hunt. 
Ledger Keeper H. E. Gordon. 
Clerks G. G. Moffatt, W. Hiscock. 

HARBOR GRACE OFFICE : 
Manager W. S. Moore ; Teller J. A. Tenipleton. 

CORRESPONDENTS : 



London Royal Bank of Scotland. 
Nero York Bank of New York. 
Boston Merchants National Bank. 



Chicago Bank of Nova Scotia. 
Montreal Bank of Nova Scotia. 
Halifax Bank of Nova Scotia. 



St. Pierre, Miquelon Banque DCS I>les. 

MERCHANTS BANK OF HALIFAX. 

[Incorporated 1869.] 
Capital, $1,500,000 ; Rest, $1,075,000. 

HEAD OFFICE : HALIFAX, N. S. 

President T. E. Kenny ; Cashier D. H. Duncan. 

St. John s Branch Goodfellow s Building, Water Street. 

Manager F. H. Arnaud. 

Accountant and Teller A. S. Burchell. 

Clerics John J. Scanlan, E. M. Arnaud. Alex. Marshall, jr. 



foreign Consuls Telegraph Tariff. 177 

AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Fishing Tackle. 



CORRESPONDENTS. 

Dominion of Canada Merchants Bank of Canada. 
Bermuda Bunk of Bermuda, (Limited.) 
New York Chase National Bank. 
Boston National Hide and Leather Bank. 
< treat Britain Bank of Scotland, London. 
France Credit Lyonnai*, Paris. 

FOREIGN CONSULS. 

BELGIUM Consul-General , (itlnn;i. 

Consul for Newfoundland H. E. Haywanl. 
BRAZIL Vice-Consul, St. John s A. 0. Hayward. 

Consular Agent, Harbor Gran W. H. Thompson. 

Harbor lln tunK C. Gallop. 
GERMAN EMPIRE Consul, tit. John .-! Robert II. Prowsr. 

ITALY Consul- General for Newfoundland and Canada "W. J. Fisher. 

Consular Agent for Ni ii-fnuinlland Henry J. Stabb. 
PORTUGAL Consul-General Thomas R. Smith. 

Vice-Consul, St. John s C. A. M. Pinsent. 

Harbor Grace . 

Trinity Gilbert H. Cole. 
King s Core Daniel A. Ryan. 
Catalina Isaac J. Miftlen. 
La PoileS. H. Clement. 
" TwillingateJohn W. Owen. 

Fogo Henry J. Earle. 
Renews Richard Gooclridge. 
" Harbor Briton H. T. Holman. 

SPAIN Consul-General for Brit. N. America Don Eusebis de Bonilla. 
Consul, St. John s Don Jose Marie Perez. 
Consular- Agent, Harbor Grace D. Munn. 
Trinity Gilbert H. Cole. 
" La Poile Joseph Le Scelleur. 

" Harbor Briton Philip Hubert. 

Gaultois Edward C. Gallop. 

SWEDEN AND NORWAY Vice-Consul for Nfld. Robt. H. Prowse. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Consul, St. John * - Carter. 

Vice-Consul H. F. Bradshaw. 

ANGLO-AMERICAN TELEGRAPH COMPANY-Foreign Tariff. 

10 words. Add. word. 
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick .. SI 00 and 9 cts. 



Ontario and Quebec 
Maine 

New England States, P. E. I. and New York City 
Great Britain and France ... 
Germany 

Spain (Barcelona via France and Marseilles Cable) 
Spain (all other places) 
Y 



1 05 " 10 cts 

1 15 " 11 cts. 

1 25 " 11 cts. 

25 cts. per word. 

25 " " 

38 " " 

40 " " 



178 Telegraph Tariff- Railway Stations and Fares. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Sporting Goods. 



Telegraph Tariff (Continued). 
Portugal 

Italy, Sicily, Sardinia (via Eastern Co. Cable) 
Norway 
Pernambuco 
Rio de Janeiro 
Bahia 



39 cts. per word. 

49 

35 

11 

35 

35 



To calculate the cost of a message to Barbadoes, multiply $2.21 by number of 
words, and add 75 to total. If over ten words, add eight cents to the 75 for each 
word over the ton. 

NOTE. Words over ten letters count as two words, except in local messages and 
messages to Canada and United States. 

NEWFOUNDLAND RAILWAY Stations and Fares. 



St. .John s to Dunnsmere ... 7 miles 

Do Irvine ... 10 

Do Topsail ... 15 

Do Mauuels ... 18 

Do Kelligrewx . . 2 i 

Do Seal Cove ... 27 

Do Duff s ... 2V 

Do Holyrood :!:! 

Do Woodford ... 36 

Do Salmon ( love ... 38i 

Do Brigus Junction . 47s 

Do Hodge Water " 

Do Wliitliourue ... 57 

Do Blaketown ... (i j 

Do Broad Cove ... iiil. . 

Do Span d s Bay K d 7<i" 

Do Tilton ... 79 

Do Harbor Grace ... 83i 



1st Class $ 
do 50 
do 60 
do 
do 



2nd Class -SO 20 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



070 
080 
100 
100 
1 20 
135 
1 50 
1 80 
190 
200 
225 
250 
250 
250 
250 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



030 
045 
050 
060 
075 
075 
090 
100 
1 10 
130 
140 
1 50 
1 65 
170 
170 
170 
170 



Children under 12, half-price ; hildren under 5 (one child 
with parent or servant, free. 

Excursion rates : one single lirst-olass fare. 



only and in arms), 



NEWFOUNDLAND NORTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY 

Stations and Fares. 



\Vliitbourue 


to Placeiitia .J ction 7 miles 


Do 


Long Harbor ... 14 " 


Do 


Tickle Harbor... 25 " 


Do 


Rantem ... 32 " 


Do 


La Mandie ... 34 " 


Do 


Arnold s Cove ... -12 " 


Do 


Come-by-chance 50 


Do 


Northern Bight .62 " 


Do 


Clarenville ... 75 " 


Do 


Shoal Harbor ... 79. " 


Do 


Thorburn Lake . 89 " 


Do 


Clode Sound ... 97 " 


Do 


Terra Nova ... 110 " 


Do 


Alexander Bay.. 127 " 


Do 


(Sambo ... 135 \" 


Do 


Bentou ... 149 " 


Do 


Gander River ... 175 " 


Do 


Oiiinette ... 190 " 


Do 


Exploits ...200 " 



1st Class 40 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



060 

75 

1 00 
105 
125 
1 50 
185 
225 
235 
265 
290 
330 
380 
4 05 
450 
525 
560 
600 



2n.l Class SO 30 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



040 
55 
070 

75 
080 

1 00 
1 20 
150 
155 
175 
1 90 
220 
250 
270 
300 
3 50 
370 
400 



Children under 12, half-price ; children under 5 (one child only and in arms) 
with parent or servant, free. 



Letters Patent. 



179 



AYBE & SONS Maypole Soap will not stain the hands. 



PLACENTIA RAILWAY-Stations and Fares. 



Whitbourne to Placentia J ction 7 miles 

...17 " 



1st Class $0 40 



2nd Class SO 30 



Do Ville Marie ...17 " do 070 ... do 060 

Do Dunnville do 1 00 ... do 75 

Do Placentia ... 27 " ... do 1 00 ... do 75 

Children under 12, hall price ; children under 5 (one child only and in anus), 
with parent or servant, free. 

LETTERS PATENT IN FORCE IN NEWFOUNDLAND. 

PATENT OFFICE : Office of the Colonial Secretary, Colonial Building. 



GRANTEE. 



PURPOSES FOR WHICH LETTERS GRANTED. 



Alfred Swann 

C. Smith and 

T Moore, 
Carl Pielsticker .. 

Alfred Swann 
Raphael Josia 
Bell Telephone Co. 
Bell Telephone Co. 
Hugh Gemiuel 

T. S. Calpin 

Hugh Gemmel 
George L. Anders 
E. G. Coleman .. 

John Eckart 

. T . F. Johnstone .. 
John W. Hayward 
Lewis S. Browning 
George C. Fearn .. 
Samuel C. Crowe . . 
Richard Roozen .. 
Edward Robinson 
Moses G. Farner .. 
Elisha Robins 
James G. Murphy 
J. W. Stairs and 

J. Craig, 
John Skeoch and 

A. Taylor, 
James Stark 



Incandescent Lamps and Apparatus 
Method of breaking do\vu Coal 

Food Preserving Process ... 

Improvement Incandescent Light Globes 

Manufacture of Artificial Stone ... 

Telephone 

Improvement in Telegraphy 

Improvement in manufacture of Manure 

Improvement in Anchors ... 

Manufacture of Manure from Offal 

Improvements in Telephones 

Improvement in House Bells 

Improvement in art of Preserving Fish .. 
...j Drying Apparatus ... 
...Cod and Squid Jiggers 
...Improvements in Stoves 

Preserving Fish, Meat, &c. 

Improvement in Shoes 

New process for preserving Food ... 

New process for drying Codfish, &c. 

Signalling through Cables 

Improvement in Axles, &c. 

Saving Chains after slipping 

Concentrated Extract Cod Livers... 



DATE OF 

ISSUE. 



I 



Improvement in Cooking Stoves ... 

Apparatus for manufacture of Casks 

Carl Adolph Sahlstrom.j Apparatus for Preserving 

Andrew Flick ; Invention taking Lobsters . . . 

Stewart Noel A new process of Sealing Tins 

Amos Herbert Hobson ..Fertilizer from animal waste 

William H. Rhodes ... Improved Anchor, c 

01. Christian Hausen ...jNew and useful Fog Horn 

Frederick W. Golder ...jA new and useful Oil Buoy 

Lucien Benoist [Curing Hides and Skins ... 

. | Manufacture of Coal Gas. &c. 
/Rotary Soldering and Floating Machine 
.{Submarine Telegraph Cables 

I A new method of Drying Fish 

Antiseptic Compound for preserving perishable 
articles ,,, 



John H. Dinsmore 
Thomas J. Kline 
Johann C. Loeffler 
James Hippisley 
William H, Daniels 



Dec., 1883 
June, 1883 

Dec., 1883 
Dec., 1883 
July, 1883 
July, 1883 
July, 1883 
Feb., 1883 
May, 1884 
Sept., 1884 
April, 1884 
May, 1884 
May, 1884 
Sept., 1884 
Jan., 1885 
Sept., 1886 
Sept., 1886 
Feb., 1887 
April, 1887 
June, 1887 
July, 1887 
July, 1887 
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Oct., 1887 

Nov., 1887 

Jan., 1888 
Jan., 1888 
Jan., 1888 
April, 1888 
June, 1888 
Aug., 1888 
Nov., 1888 
Feb., 1889 
Jan., 1889 
Mar., 1889 
, Mar., 1889 
Mar., 1889 
Mar., 1889 

Aug., 1889 



180 



Letters Patent. 



AYBE & SONS, St. John s- Best place to buy Pianos & Organs. 


Letters Patent. (Continued) 


GRANTEE. 


PURPOSES FOR WHICH LETTERS GRANTED. 


DATE OF 
ISSUE. 


Lottus Perkins ... 
Universal Cool Air 
Drying Co y Lt d. ... 
C iithcart Tomson 
Edward Partington 

Edward Partington 
William L. Wood 
A. J. Harvey (extension) 
(lustiivn-i A. Weaber 
Ivliniiiid 1!. Dufort ... 
Kduanl (i. ( nil-man ... 
Lundholiu and S;i\ er 

Carl Kellner (4) 

.Inlin II. Noonan 
Kdward Partington 

l- .dward i"aitiirj,!on 

Sli-li li -Iiv, I .ms. .V i o. ... 

Susan A. Makic 
11. J. Wickes 
Alfred Noble 

Klii-m-ner 11. Knight ... 
Alex. Mitcherlick 
Thos. Davis Nicholls ... 
( hristopher James 
Y. J. Ki-nny 
.Inlin Grotligar and 
John M. Garlield ... 
Thomas S. Witmnn 
Samuel Kastick 

SainiU l Kastick 

Christopher James 

William Hawkins and 
Thomas Hawkins. 
Albert Legg 
Alexander Shields 

Rev. Patrick O Brien ... 

John C. W. Stanley ... 
George C. Fearu 
Alb. W. Atwaterand 
John F. Mackie 
John W. Foran 
William J. C louston ... 


Improvements in Refrigerators, &c 

Improvement in Drying Apparatus 
Preserving Smoked and Salted Fish 

Manufacture of Sulphurous Acid and Sulphur 
Compounds 


Aug., 1889 

Oct., 1889 

Nov., 1889 

Nov., 1889 
Dec., 1889 
June, 1890 

July, 1890 
July, 1890 
Jul v. 1890 
Sept., 1890 
June, 1890 

Sept., 1890 
Oct., 1890 
Nov., 1890 
Nov., 1890 
Jan., 1891 
Jan.. 1891 
Jan.; 1S91 
Feb., 1891 
April. 1891 
May, 1891 
Aug., 1891 
Aug., 1891 
Sept., 1891 

Mar., 1892 
May, 1892 

July, 1892 

July, 1892 
Sept., 1892 

Mav, 1893 
June. 1893 

Aug., 1893 

April, 1894 
April, 1894 
April, 1894 

May, 1894 
June, 1894 

June. 189;" 


Construction of Boilers for manufacturing Pulp. 
Improved Anchor 


Improvements in Bread making ... 
Improvements in Metal Cans, &e. 

I Valhi i- Keiimuting Machine 
Improved KML; I lorn 


Manufacture of Explosives 

(Transferred to Noble Explosive Company) ... 
Manufacture of Pulp, and lining Boilers for that 

purpose. 


Combination Sad- and Cashier s Till 

Improvi-men! in Boilers for wood tilnv. it -. . . 
Improvements manufact e Sulphurous Acids, ite. 
Impi-iivements Submarine Telegraph Cables ... 
Machine for Washing Clothes, &c. 
Refrigerator Structures 


Manufacture of Explosives 
Improvement in Horse Machines for Sowing Seed 
Manufacture of Paper Pulp 
Improved method of refining Copper 
Improved method of refining Copper 
I n-M-rving Lobsters whole in their Shells 

Improvement in the Keels for Vessels 
Artificial Drying and Preserving for Fish 
Improved Boiler or Digester for the manufacture 
of Paper Pulp, and new method of recover 
ing the waste gases from same 
Improved method and apparatus for manufac 
turing Sulphurous Acid and Salts of Sul 
phurous Acid 


Improved method for the production of Refined 
Copper 


Improvements in and relating to generating fluid 
pressure for motive power and other purposes 
Improvements in Sewing Machines 
Improvements in method and apparatus for 
automatically regulating temperatures in 
Ships, &c. ... ... 


Improved form in the construction of the Hull s 
of Ships and Boats 


Treatment of Fish and Fish Offal 
Transportation of Live Lobsters ... 

Improvement in Heat Deflectors ... 
freezing and Preserving Meats and other articles 
Manufacture of Tin Cans for the Canning of 
Lobsters. &c. 



Letters Patent. 



181 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Ronisch Pianos. 



Letters Patent. (Continued). 



GRANTEE. 


P0EPOSES FOR WHICH LETTERS GRANTED. 


DATE OF 

ISSUE. 


William Diekenson 

William L. Winans 
Henry Gear 

Geo. W. Clerillieu 
Charles L. D ivies 
Edw d J. Peiiniugton ... 
John 0. W. Stanley ... 
Chas. K. Welsh 


Recording Signals on Siphon Recorders in damp 
climates without aid of Statical Electricity.. 
Spindle-shaped Ocean Steamers ... 
Improved and economical method of heating 
dwelling houses and other buildings 
New and useful invention tor improvement in 
hermetically "sealed sheet metal cans" 
New and useful improvement in rapid telegraphic 
transmission on Cable lines ... 
Improvement in Engines, and in the method of 
mixing and rotalilizing the gases in the same 
Improvements in or relating to the treatment of 
Fish or other Offal or similar refuse 
Improvements in or relating to Air Valves for 
Pneumatic Tyres . . . 


Jnlv, 1895 
Sept., 189.") 

April. 189(5 
May, 1896 
Sept., 1896 
Sept., 1896 
June, 1897 
June, 1897 


Jacob P. Wright 
B. Beecher and 
Jacob P. Wright 
Ebenezar B. Beecher | 
& Jacob P. Wright ) 


Improvements in Machines for making Matches. 

Improvements in Machines for making Matches. 
Improvements in Machines for making Wax 
Matches 


June, 1897 
June, 1897 
June, 1897 


Rudolph Langhans 


Improvements in the production of Coatings com 
posed of oxides of the earth metals, ami in 
the manufacture of incandescing media for 
nse in Gas Lighting 


Aug., is:*; 


George Win. Clerihew .. 

Fred k A. Knapp 
Thos. Leopold Willson.. 


Improvements in the manufacture of Hermeti 
cally Sealed Sheet Metal Cans 
Improvements in Marine Vessels 
Improvements in Electric reduction of refractory 
metalic compounds 


Aug., 1897 
Oct., 1897 

Oct., 1897 


Thos. Leopold Willson.. 


Improvements in Metalic Carbides and the pro 
duction thereof 


Oct., 1897 


Giiglielmo Marconi 
John C. W. Stanley ... 


Improvements in transmittingElectrical Impulses 
and Signals and in apparatus therefor 
Improvements in or relating to the liberation or 
recovery of Oils and the like 


Oct., 1897 
Oct., 1897 



NOTE. --Section 1, Chapter 54, Title 15, of the Consolidated Statutes, provides 
that Letters Patent can be issued by the Governor in Council for a term not exceed 
ing fourteen years, with the proviso that they may be extended for a further term 
of seven years. Patents granted to non-residents which have not been brought into 
use in Newfoundland within two years from the date of the Patent are no longer 
valid. 

Section 3 of the same Chapter provides that any person may obtain from the 
Colonial Secretary i copy of any such Letters Patent, or drawing relating to the same, 
also the Petition whereon the said Letters Patent were issued, on payment of the usual 
fees charged for copies of other documents, 



182 Incorporated Bodies Dock Fisheries Dept. 

AYBE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Ludwig Pianos. 



INCORPORATED BODIES. 




1857 
1859 
1861 
1868 
1869 

IN;:; 



NAME OF COMPANY, &c. 



1876 
1877 

i ( 

1883 



1884 
1 835 



Mechanics Society. 
Law Society of Newfoundland. 
Benevolent Irish Society. St. John s. 
Total Abstinence & Benefit Society. 
Floating Dry Dock, St. John s. 
Sous of Temperance, Union Division. 
Sons of Temperance, (Jrand Division. 
Atlienieum Joint Stock Company. 
Total Abstinence Society, Hr. tirtv-. 
Boot and Shoe Manufacturing (Vy. 
tndepend l order Jof Good. Templars, 

Synod n! \Y\\ I oundland. 

Irish Society. ( oneeplidii Bay. 

I ial holie Irish Society. Harbor < rrai e. 

Newfoundland I re.sUvterv. 

e Association, Victoria Lodge. 
Orange Association. ( Irand Lodge. 
1 ohuiial ( lordage < "mp y ( Limited). 
St. John s Nail Factory Limited). 
.n and Sailoi s Home Joint 
\\ < oni|iany, 
Kle ti ic Light i iiidpaiiy. 



1890J Monroe Fibre Company. 
1891 United Assistants Association. 
1892|West End Club. 



NAME OF COMPANY, &c. 



1893 
1894 



Knight Broadcast Seed Planting Co., 

(Limited). 
St, Joint s Butterine Company, 



Newfoundland Oil Company. 
Glemvood Lumber Company. 
l ort-au-Port Asbestos Company. 
Newfoundland British Society. 
Newfoundland Docking Company. 
Newfoundland Brewing Company. 
No Surrender Lodge (Orange). 
1885 " linger" S S, Company. 

Boston and Newfoundland S, S. C/i. 
Stores (Liniil.-d . 



Masonic Hall Joint Stork ( oiii|>;iny. 

\ irtoi-ia Hull Company (Limite<l)." 
1886 City Club (Limited). 

Xtld. Foundry Company (Limited). 

Protestant Industrial Society. 

:n Screw Tug ( to.. (Limited). 
ISSOICity l!o-u Club. 



IS .tii Indian Harbor Trading Company 
" Odd Fellows Soriety. 

Newfoundland Sealing Company. 
Newfoundland Furnishing & Mould 

ing Company (Limited) 
Newfoundland Tobacco Works (L d). 
I niiivptiiiii Hay British Society. 
( lape Broyle Gold Mining Co , (L d) 
St. John s Journeyman Cooper s I" n. 
Sahlstrom Fish Biscuit Co, (Limited). 
" Regulus" S. S. Company. 
Carthage Company (Limited). 
New Walrus" S. S. Co. (Limited). 



NEWFOUNDLAND GOVERNMENT GRAVING DOCK. 
RIVERHEAD, ST. JOHN S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Length of Dock . ..600 Jeet. 

Width of Body 



Width of Entrance 85 feet. 

Draft of water over Sill .. ..25 " 



DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES. 

FISHERIES BOARD. 

A. W. Harvey. Commissioner of Fisheries; Rev. M. Harvey, Secretary. 

>Y. Jnli it s Hon. E. D. Shea, Sir Robert Thorburn, and Messrs. Patrick J. Scott. 
A. M. Mackay, R. H. O Dwyer, A. F. Goodri<lge, E. C. Watson, H. W. LeMessurier! 
T. R. Smith, W. H. Whitely, J. Martin, L. March, G. C. Fearn, Hon. S. Blandford 
T. J. Mur].hy, J. T. [Gillard, J. Power, R. Pike. Twilliugate J. W. Owen, T! 
Peyton. FogoS. Baird. Greenspan/I . Bonavista James Ryan. 

i;ird Island Cove A.. Tilley. CatalinaT. McCormack. Ti-inityR. Bremner. 

Britannia Cove D. Currie. C arbonear A. S. Penney. Bay Roberts C. Dawe 

Brigus3. Bartlett. Harbor Main W. Woodford. St. Peter s Rive,-W. Lun- 
drigan. PlacentiaA. Bradshaw, E. Sinnott. Harbor Bu/ettC. D Chamlier< 
Burin J. Paul, D. Bishop, G. R. Forsey. St. Jacques D. Burke fiiiroeoP j 
Clement. Bonne Bay- J. A. Roberts. 

Superintendent of Fisheries Adolph 



Sailor s Home Newspapers Close Time, Fish, &c. l8o 
AYRE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Farrand and Votey Organs 



FISHERMEN AND SAILOR S HOME -Duckworth Street. 

(Opened to the Public December 6tb, 1886.) 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS : 
President A. W. Harvey. 
Vice- Presidents Hon. J. J. Rogerson and James Murray. 

Committee Sir R. Thorburn, Hon. G. T. Rendell, G. A. Hutchings, James P. 
Furlong, James Coodfellow, Hon. E. R. Bowring. 



Secretary and Treasurer - 



Manager Joseph Pike. 



While this Institution is chiefly for the use of fishermen and sailors, it is never 
theless hoped that it may prove beneficial to the general public. One of the funda 
mental rules of the Home is that it shall be conducted on non-sectarian and tempe 
rance principles. 



NEWSPAPERS PRINTED IN THE COLONY. 



PAPER. 

Daily News 

Weekly Xevjs 

Evening Herald 

Evening Telegram 
Harbor Grace Standard 

Royal Gazette 

Trade Review 

Twilli-ngate Sun 

Northern Standard ... 

Trinity Record 

The People 



EDITOR. 
J. A. Robinson 

do. 

P. J. McGrath 
A. A. Parsons 
W. A. Oke ... 
J. W. Withers 
M. Devine 
George Roberts 
W. J. Scott ... 
J. A. Barrett... 
F. L. Marriott 



WHEN PUBLISHED. 
Daily ("Sundays excepted). 
Weekly Saturday. 
Daily (Sundays excepted). 
Daily (Sundays excepted). 
Wednesday & Saturday morning 
Tuesday afternoon. 
Fortnightly Mondays. 
Saturday. 

Weekly Wednesdays. 
Saturday. 
Monthly. 



CLOSE TIME FOR FISH AND GAME. 

For Willow Grouse (Partridge) and other Grouse, or for eggs of the same, Jan y 
12th to Sept. 15th in any year. (Sale January 22nd to Sept. 15th in any year). 

For Curlew, Plover. Snipe, or other wild or migratory birds (excepting Wild 
Geese), or the eggs of the same, 12th January to 20th August. 

For Caribou, 1st February to 15th July, both days inclusive, and from 7th Octo 
ber to 20th October, both days inclusive, in any year. 

For Moose or Elk, for ten years from the 1st January, 189G. 
For Otters, 1st April to 1st October, in any year. 
For Beaver, 1st April, 1897, to 1st October, 1900. 
For Rabbits and Hares, 1st March to 15th September. 

For Herring Seining from 20th October to 18th April next following. Seining 
not permitted during months of April and May in any year in Placentia Bay, North 
of Sound and Woody Islands. 



184 



Newfoundland Governors. 



AYBE & SONS, St. Jolm s-Only place to buy the wonderful 

For Herring Netting when nets are less than 2g inches, from 20th December 
to 1st of April next following. 

For Salmon, from llth September to 30th April, both inclusive. 

For Trout, Char, Whiteh sh, Land-locked Salmon, or any freshwater tish, in any 
lake, river or stream, 10th of September to 15th January next following. 

For Lobsters, 5th of August to 10th September next following Cape Race to 
Cape John. 

For Lobsters, 1st of August to 1st April next following Cape Ray to Cape Race, 
15th July to 1st September next following. 



NOTE- License to kill Caribou 100 for non-residents of Colony. Not more 
ili:m tlmv sdi- mid two doe to be killed per season. 



NEWFOUNDLAND GOVERNORS. 



1729, Captain Osborne. 

1737, " Vanbnrgh. 

1740, " Lord Graham. 

1741, " Hon. J. Byii^. 
1744, " Sir C. Hardy. 

1749, " Lord Rodney. 

1750, " Drake. 
1753, " Bonfoy, 
1755, Dorril. 
1757, " Edwards. 

1760, Webb. 

1761, Graves. 
1764, " Palliser. 

1769, " Hon. J. Byron. 

1772, Commodore Shuldham. 
1775 Duff. 

1776, Admiral Montague. 

1779, Edwards. 

1782, " Campbell. 

1786, Elliott. 

1789, Milbankc. 

1792, " Kin-. 

1794, " Sir J. Wallace. 

1797, " Waldegravc. 

1800, " Pole. 

1802, " Gambier. 

1804, " SirE. Gower. 

1807, " Holloway. 



1S10, Admiral Sir J. Duckworth. 
1813, " Sir J. Keats. 
1816, " 1 irkmore. 
1818, " Sir C. Hamilton. 
1825, Captain Sir T. Coohrane. 
1S34, Prescott. 
1841, Major-General Sir J. Harvey. 
1847, Lieut. -Colonel Sir J. LeMarchant. 
1852, Ker Baillie Hamilton. 
1855, C. H. Darling. 
1857, Sir Alexander Baunerman, Knight. 
1864, Anthony Musgrave. 
1869, Colonel Sir S. J. Hill, K.C.M.G. 
1876, Sir J. H. Glover, G.C.M.G. 
1881, Sir F. B. T. Carter, K.C.M.G., Ad 
ministrator. 

1881, SirH. F. B. Maxse, K.CM.G. 

1882, Sir F. B. T. Carter, K.C.M.G., Ad 

ministrator. 

1884, Sir J. H. Glover, G. C. M. G.] 

1885, Sir F. B. T." Carter, Administrator. 

1886, Sir G. Wm. Des Vceux, K.C.M.G. 

1887, Sir F. B. T. Carter, Administrator. 

1887, Henry A. Blake, C.M.G. 

1888, Lieut. -Colonel Sir J. Terence N. 

O Brien, K.C.M.G. 

1895, Sir F. B. T. Carter, Administrator. 
1895, Sir Herbert H. Murray, K.C.B. 



NOTE. The Administrators only who have acted when there was no Governor 
are included in above list. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John s -Agents for 



SYNOPSIS OF LEGISLATION, 1897. 



[PASSED 12TH MAY, 1897]. 

CAP. 1. An Act for </rniiliii<i In HIT ALtjixhj n fmili /- sum <>f Money 

for defraying the expeii** <>f Hie I iril <!<<r,rithic/it of this Colony froi/i July 

1st, 1897, to June .loth, //v W, inn! far alln- iirposes. This Act makes an 

u[>pn>[iri:i(ion of $65,524 for services supplementary to the Supply Act of 

previous Session. 

CAP. 2. An Act for granting to l << M<<,- . . // certain I fifties on Gwh, 
U dri:- /mil Mi rrlnniili::i imfinHn! into fhi* I olnnij nm/ it* <l )icinl?uries. This 
Act continues the Revenue Act of 59 Vic., Cap. 14, till 1st July, 1898, and 
allows the workers in iron n drawback equal to amount of duty. 

< \i . 3. An Act for granting In ll<r Mnjatfii </ *un< of Mon,>/ for Con- 
structing and Repairing Roads, Streets nml Bridges, and other I ulilic H orL-t 

irilliiii /A/x I oloinj, I/IK/ In uiiil.-f jiroriaion for tin- protection iiinl /ir<*r ration 
of tin mill .--This Act appropriates ,S li!. r >,000 W constructing ami repair 
ing mads in tliis Colony, enacts penalties for encroachments, &<_., and pro 
vide.- lor valuation of property taken !>\ arbitration. 

CAP. I. .\n Act I" provide for the N/nrc//, Location, Construction, Com 
pletion, l : :/in /niii ii/, Maintenanct and Operation f <; r/ni,i Lines of Railway, 

niiJ / IT oilier /nir/ioai tt. Under this Act the (iovernor in Council has 
power to contrai-l I m (it) the construction of a line of Railway from the 
terminus, near Clarke s Beach, to a [mint near Tiltou ; (b) for the con 
struction of a line of Railway to < arlionear ; (<:) for the construction of a 
line of Railway to Heart s Content ; (d) for an extension of the Northern 
and We.-tern Railway to Burnt Bay ; (e) to fence the Newfoundland Rail 
way and to lay thereon heavier rails ; and (f) to maintain and operate the 
Newfoundland Railway and l>raiieh lines. Payment for these services to 
be made through the sale of Debenture Bonds of 100 each, hearing inte 
rest at the rate of ; ,. , per eent., and maturing at end of fifty years. Con- 
trad or- under this Act may take necessary land, compensation being made 
by arbitrations. Rails, li.-h plates, fish bolts and track spikes required by 
eontractors to be admitted free of duty. 

CAP. 5. An Act to continue for a further period "Tin-. X- n-founiUand 
French Treaties Act." By this Act "The Newfoundland French Treaties 
Act" is continued until 31st December, 1898. 

t .vr. 0. An Aei to mm, a! <_ !niji. . , of the Consolidated Statutes (second 
xn-irs), nifi/lxl "< if the RepreseitlKtivii in, the House of Assembly, and the 
powers and privileges thereof." This Act defines more definitely than in 
the Consolidated Statutes the boundaries of the Districts of Twillingate 
and Bonavista, amending, for that purpose, Sub-sections 2 and 4 of Sec 
tion 3 of Chap. 2, Consolidated Statutes. 

CAP. 7. An Act to amend the Law relating to Education Commemo 
rating Her Majesty s Jubilee, 1897, this Act ^appropriates six hundred 
dollars annually for scholarships : (1) "The Jubilee Scholarship" of 200, 
tenable for three years, open to natives of the Colony (or to candidates 
having resided five years in the Colony) who shall have attended one 
or more of the public schools of the Colony for two years ; it will be 



Synopsis of Legislation, 1897. 193 



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awarded to the candidate who passes, or passes highest, at the Matricula 
tion Examination of London University, held in this Colony in June. 
The holder must prosecute his studies at a University (British or ( olmiial) 
approved by the Council of Higher Education, to which Cor first two years 
he shall forward certificates of progress and good conduct, which, if ap 
proved by the Council, shall entitle tin- holdei to payment for thiid year ; 
(2) Two Collegiate Scholarships, of $100 each, leiiaMe for one year, open 
to cmtport stiiilents who shall pa^s highest in the Junior Grade of tin 
Examination of tin- Council of Higher Education, .subject to the condi 
tion that the students shall attend one of the Colleges or ( onvenl Schools 
in St. John s for the year following; (3) Jubilee Collegia! 1 Seliolarsliiji, 
of an a in ( m nt to be fixed by Council of Higher Education, upen to out] port 
students who shall pass highest in the Senior Grade of the Examinai ion 
of the Council of Higher Education, and subject to same conditions as 
preceding. 

CAP. 8. An Ad respecting the Administration / Local (fairs. Thi 
Act simplifies the procedure imder Chap. r> of the Con-olidated Statutes, 
entitled "Of the Administration of Local Affairs in Out-port Distri- 
It provides that the provisions of the tdiaplcr shall be applied to an\ 
locality defined in a petition to the Governor in Council from tin electors 
thereof, the nearest Stipendiary .Magistrate having certilied that it < 
talus the signatures of two-thirds of the resident electors. On receipt of 
petition a proclamation shall issue for the election of a Local Hoard, which 
shall name t lie Returning Officer ; candidates for election shall be nomi 
nated iu writing, and any resident elector, excluding member.; of the 
Legislature, may be so nominated ; where only live candidates nominated 
they shall be declared elected, but in ease more than live, then an election 
shall be held, conducted similarly to an election for a member of the 
House of Assembly, and the five candidate-; receiving the majority of 
votes shall be I elected. Each voter being entitled to vote for as 

many candidates as are required to be elected. The names of the elected 
Board shall be published in the 7 oi/c/ Gazette, stud thereafter they shall 
pi> ess the duties, powers, privileges and functions of a Road Board. The 
Board holds office for two years. 

CAP. 9. A,-. ting Inllfiiiinnible Oils. This Act, amending 

Cap. 39, of the Consolidated Statutes, sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6, prohibits : 
(1) The keeping of more than two barrels of such oils in any building 
within the towns of St. John s, Harbor Grace and Carbonear ; (2) The 
keeping of more than five barrels in any vessel lying in the harbors or in 
any building on the south side of Water Street of the said towns ; (3) The 
keeping more than five barrels of such oils in any building in the Colony 
not approved by the Governor in Council. Penalty for breach not to 
exceed $200, with forfeiture of oils at discretion of Justice. Buildings to 
be approved for storage of oils must have the floor, which must be con 
crete or brick, at least five feet below the surface of the ground, with 
walls, live feet from floor, of brick or concrete. The roof shall be of wood, 
covered with three feet of earth, and all exposed wood of the building 
covered with iron or other uninflammable material ; ventilating shafts 
shall be provided standing four feet above roof. Fees for the storage of 
oils in Government store shall be fixed by Governor in Council. 

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194 Synopsis of Legislation, 1897. 

AYKE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Boots & Shoes, 



CAP. 10. An Act to amend the Act 58 Vic., Cap. 11, entitled "An Act 
respecting Warehouse Receipts and other Securities in the possession of Banks." 
Tliis Act meets the difficulty experienced in identifying the products of 
the fishery covered by Warehouse Receipts, and enacts generally that 
goods, the subject of a Warehouse Receipt or security, may be described 
by quantity and quality and need not be more closely ideiititit-il, and that 
other products of the sea may be substituted for those originally the sub 
ject of the security. Rights of fishermen in seals or fish are not affected 
by this Act. 

CAP. 11. An Act to amend the Acts relating to the Harbor Grace Water 
iiii. This Act provides for a tax of five cents per ton on every 
vessel, except fishing or coasting vessels, entering the port of Harbor 
Grace, payable, once a year, in no case to exceed $20. 

CAP. 12. An Art ti> ummd the Law rdatiwj to the Keeping of Dogs. 
By this Act every dog, except licensed pointers, setters, spaniels and 
terriers, found at large in districts in which the keeping of clogs is not 
prohibited, without owner or person in charge and without being clogged 
or effectually muz/led, may be shot by constable. The Act provides that 
a petition for prohibition of dogs must be signed by a majority of the 
electors, instead of one-third as enacted in Consolidated Statutes. 

CAP. 13. An Act to amend "The Deer Pri Scrration Act, 18 Ji;." The 
rlo-r season for deer by this Act is from 1st February to 15th July and 
from 7th October till 20th October ill each year, and no person is allowed 
to sell any part of a carcase from 20th February till 15th July. 

CAP. 14.--.4w Art tn amend "The Post Ojfio Act, 1891." This Act 
provide.- penalties for various breaches of the postal regulations, and the 
method of recovery. 

CAP. 15. An Ail ri *iii.<:tin<i Insane Persons. This is a long Act in 
truded for the protection of insane persons, bringing the law of this 
Colony in harmony with outside legislation. 

CAP. 16. An Art t<> /mifinl Chapter 119 of the Consolidated Statutes, 
(.s, , ond si ries), < ;/////< <l ^nf Pilots and Pilotage for the port of St. John s."- 
By this Act the Commissioners of Pilots have power to license pilots, but 
no person shall be licensed unless he has served an apprenticeship of five 
years and has satisfied the Commissioners of his fitness. The number of 
licensed pilots, shall not exceed twelve. 

CAP. 17. An Act respecting tin I ris/.rmtion of Beavers. This Act 
makes a close season for beavers from 1st April, 1897, to 1st October, 1900. 
Breaches of law to be visited by penalties not exceeding $200, or impri 
sonment for three mouths. Penalties may be recovered on information 
and complaint before a Justice of the Peace, half to be paid to informer 
and half to Colony. 

CAP. 18. An Act to Incorporate the Roman Catholic Bishop of Saint 
John s. 

CAP. 19. An Act to Incorporate the Roman Catholic Bishop of Harbor 
Grace. 

CAP. 20. An Act to Incorporate the Vicar Apostolic of St. George s. 

The titles of these Acts sufficiently define their scope and intention. 



Synopsis of Legislation, 1897. Societies, &c. 195 

AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best Goods at lowest prices. 

CAP. 21. An Act to amend the Law of Evidence. This Act provides 
that an entry in a Banker s book (ledger, cash book, &c.,) shall in legal 
proceedings be received as prima facie evidence of such entry and of 
matters therein recorded. Copies of entry must be proved as regards the 
book and its mode of entry, and as to the copy being examined with Un 
original entry. 

CAP. 22.- .4 w Act to amend "The Judicature Act, 1889." Tins Act 
provides Governor in Council may appoint Acting Judge of the Supreme 
Court, with all the powers of a Judge of said Court, for the trial of pro 
ceedings before the Court in cases where the Judges are precluded from 
such trial. 

CAP. 23. An Act respecting the Summary Jurisdiction of Magistrates 
and Justices of the Peace. Under this Act any person summarily convicted 
of any offence for which a fine or penalty is provided, who is ttualiK (<> 
pay the said fine may be imprisoned for a term equivalent, according to 
the Schedule of the Act seven days for $2.50 ; fourteen days for not 
exceeding $5 ; one month for not exceeding $25 ; two months for not ex 
ceeding $25 ; three months for not exceeding $100. Any person convicted 
of being drunk, or of carnally knowing any girl under sixteen years of 
age, may be fined and imprisoned, or imprisoned for six months with 
hard labor. 

CAP. 24. An Act to Indemnify His Excellency the Governor of Neic- 
foundland for certain sums of money advanced by him from tlie Colonial 
Treasury for the service of this Colony. 

CAP. 25. An Act for granting to Her Majesty a sum of Money for 
defraying the expenses of the Civil Government of this Colony, from the First 
day of July, 1897, to the Thirtieth day of June, 1898, and for other purposes. 

CAP. 26. An Act to provide, for the Contingent Expenses of the Legis 
lature. 

These are the usual money appropriation bills for the various services 
of Government. 

CAP. 27. An Act to amend Chapter 124, f ^ ie Consolidated Statutes 
(second series), entitled " Of the Coast Fisheries." 

CAP. 28. An Act to amend the "Election Act, 1S89," and the Acts in 
amendment thereof. 

These Acts were reserved for the consideration of Her Majesty s 
Government and have not been assented to. 

SOCIETIES, INSTITUTIONS AND CLUBS IN ST. JOHN S. 

ATHEN^UM LITERARY INSTITUTE. President James Baircl ; Secretary 
P. J. Summers. 

BENEVOLENT IRISH SOCIETY. President J. D. Kyan ; Secretary 
P. J. Doyle. 

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. President Right Rev. Dr. 
Jones ; Secretary H. J. B. Woods. 

CHURCH INSTITUTE. Chairman J. W. Withers ; Secretary Sidney 
D. Blandford. 



196 Societies, Institutions and Clubs. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Groceries. 



CITY CLUB. President A. M. Mackay ; Secretary "R. L. Mare. 
CITY BOAT CLUB. President A. W. Harvey ; Sec ty W. H. Rennie. 

CRICKET CLUB LEAGUE. President H. A. Bowring ; Secretary 
J. L. Slattery. 

CRICKET CLUBS : 

AVALON. Captain C. Ellis ; Secretary W. Martin. 
NONDESCRIPT. Captain Dr. N. S. Fraser ; Secretary Jos. Sbea. 
SHAMROCK ASSOCIATION. Hon. President E. P. Morris ; Captain 
Henry Simins ; ,S MT< //// J. L. Slattery. 

TERRA NOVA. Captain Henry A. Bowring ; Sec y W. J. Martin. 
INSTITUTE. Captain Fin I. Mews ; Secretary J. T. Mews. 
YOUNG NONDESCRIPT. Captain Charles M. C. White ; Secretary 

liihu J. Scanlan. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS (ATLANTIC LODGE). Noble 
Hi-mid J. T. Southcott ; Secretary Alfred Martin. Meets each Monday. 

INSTITUTE FOOT BALL CLUB. Captain John B. Rear ; Secretary- 
Treasurer W. T. Reay. 

DORCAS SOCIKTY. PrmWent Lady Thorburn ; Secretary .Mrs. Pitts. 

FISHERMEN UNITED SOCIETY OF GRAND LODGE. U . < !. M. Rev. 
W. Pilot. ]>.!>. ; D. G. M. E. H. Davey ; Secretary J. A. Clift. 

FISHERMEN UNITED SOCIETY OF ST. JOHN S LODGE. IF. Master 
Alexander Moore ; Sn-rrtitry W. H. Goodland. Meets first and third 
Tuesday in each month. 

HOLY NAME SOCIETY. President W. F. Trelegan ; Secretary Chas. 
M. C. White. 

LAWN TKNNIS CLUB. Pratid nt A. J. Harvey ; S,r- //)>/ Henry 
Bowring. 

LOYAL ORANGE ASSOCIATION. Grand Master D. M orison ; Secretary 
E. G. Martin. 

MISSION OF DEEP SEA FISHERMEN. Patron Her Majesty the Queen; 
Committee of Newfoundland Auxiliary. Chairman His Excellency the 
Governor ; Sir W. V. Whiteway, Sir R, Thoruurn, A. W. Harvey, Jas. S. 
Pitts, W. B. Grieve, W. C. Job, A. Neilsen, E. R. Bowring, A. F. Good- 
ridge, J. Outerliridge, .Tames Watson, John B. Ayre, Alex. McDougall, 
Charles Steer, Capts. S. Bland ford, Wm. Bartlett and N. Fitzgerald ; A. B. 
Morine. Secretary Charles H. Emerson. Supt. Dr. Will way. 

MASONIC. District Grand Master, E. E. Brother Sir W. V. White- 
way, D.C.L. 

District Grand Secretary, B. D. Brother J. A. Clift. 
Provincial Grand Master, R. S. Brother A. M. Mackay. 
Provincial Grand Secretary, R. S. Bro. R. A. McCoubrey. 
Royal Arch. Grand Superintendent Comp. C. S. Pinseut. 
Shannon Cliapter, No. 9, E.A.M., of Nova Scotia. M.E.H.P. 
Comp. F.C.Cornick, P.M.; E. K. -Dr. T. L. Hallett; 
E. S.E. F. LeMessnrier ; Secretary E. W. Lyon. 
Regular Convocation first Thursday in each month. 



Societies, Institutions and Clubs. 
AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Provisions. 

St. John s Lodge W. Master Brother ; 

Secretary Bro. J. Jeans. Meets first Friday in each 

month. 
Avalon Lodge. W. M. Bro. T. L. Hallett ; Secretary A. 

Woolgar. Meets second Thursday in each month. 
Tanker Lodge. R W. M.Bro. C. R. Duder ; Secretary 
A. Johnson. Meets third Thursday in each month. 

MECHANICS SOCIETY. Preside??* T. M. White; Secret yF. J. Kenny. 
METHODIST COLLEGIATE LITERARY INSTITUTE. President Richard 
White ; Secretary H. E. Cowan. 

MICMAC CURLING CLUB. President ; Secretary . 

TERRA NOVA CURLING CLUB. President J. Syme; Secretary (ico. 
Tessier. 

NEWFOUNDLAND BRITISH SOCIETY. President Albert H. Martin ; 
Secretary J. W. Collier. Meets first Monday in each month. 

NEWFOUNDLAND CYCLING CLUB. President Chas. O Neill Conroy, 
C. T. C. ; Secretary H. E. Cowan. 

SONS OF ENGLAND (DUDLEY LODGE). President Mark Chaplain ; 
Secretary Arthur W. Martin. Meets second and third Tuesdays in each 
month. 

ST. ANDREW S SOCIETY. President L. H. Miller ; Secretary . 

ST. GEORGE S SOCIETY. President E. R. Bowring ; Secretary F. W. 
Hay ward. 

ST. PAUL S CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION. President Chas. M. C. White ; 
.Secretary James J. Coady. 

STAR OF THE SEA ASSOCIATION. President Edward M. Jackman ; 
.Secretary Terence Morrissey. 

ST. JOHN S RIFLE ASSOCIATION. President A. J. \V. McNeily, Q. C. ; 
.Secretary . 

ASSOCIATED RIFLE CLUB, ST. JOHN S. Captain R. L. Sleator ; Sec y 
H. W. LeMessurier. 

ST. VINCENT-DE-PAUL SOCIETY (MEN). President J. J. Bates ; Sec y 
J. Howlett. 

ST. VINCENT-DE-PAUL SOCIETY (LADIES). President Miss Gleeson ; 
.Secretary . 

TEMPERANCE SONS OF 

GRAND DIVISION G. W. P. L. T. Chancey ; G. S.3. W. Spry. 
UNION DIVISION. -W. P.- -; R. S. 

TEMPERANCE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SOCIETY. 

CATHEDRAL BRANCH. President The Rev. Canon Browne ; Sec y 
G. R. Williams ; Superintendents Juvenile Branch Miss A. 
Hayward, Miss A. Le Messurier. 

ST. THOMAS BRANCH. President - ; Secretary 
; Supt. Juvenile Branch . 



198 



Societies, &c. Railroad Mileage. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Ships Stores. 

ST. MARY S BRANCH. President Ven. Archdeacon Botwoocl ; Secre- 
tunj W. J. Thompson. 

TEMPLARS INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD 

G. C. Templar I. C. Morris ; G. Secretary I. C. Phillips. 

G. ,S . /. Templars Miss Taylor ; D. R. W. G. T.Vf. Clouston. 

TOTAL ABSTINENCE AND BENEFIT SOCIETY 

Senior Branch. President J. J. Bates ; Secretary Geo. Coughlan. 
Junior llnimlt. President T\io*. Walsh ; .SV,-. T. O Brien (act g). 



NOTE. The above list is, of necessity, incomplete. It only professes 
In ;j,ive a list of the principal Societies, Chilis, &c., which exist in St. John s. 
Tlie editors iif this Almanac would lie glad to receive from the Secretary 
n| any which may have lieen omitted, the name of the presiding officer of 
the Society or ( lull to which he belongs. 

RAILROAD MILEAGE IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE. 



Mileage 
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Countries. 



United Kingdom 21,174 

India 19,407 

( uiada 16,270 

New South Wales 2,615 

New Zealand i 2,189 

Victoria 3,120 

Queensland 2,379 

South Australia 1,888 

Newfoundland 



Tasmania 

Western Australia ... 
Cape of Good Hope... 

Natal 

South Africa 

Ceylon 

Jamaica 

Mauri tuis 

626 



Mileage 
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475 

1,184 

2,975 

402 

218 

297 

130 

105 



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FOREIGN COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD. 



Countries. 


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Mileage 
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Austria-Hungary 
Argentine Republic . . . 

Belgium 

Brazil 

France 

Germany 

Italy ..I 



18,317 

8,766 

2,839 

8,086 

24,729 

28,357 

9,580 



Mexico 6,933 

Russia 23,220 

Spain 7,543 

Sweden 6,058 

Norway 1,073 

Switzerland 2,304 

i United States 17.9,821 



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Table of Distances. 



203 



AYBE & SONS Maypole Soap will not stain the hands. 



ST. JOHN S TO 



Table of Distances. 

CAEBONEAR TO 



67 Carbonear. 


12 Heart s 


Content . 


824 


15 New Perlican. 


15 


3 New Pei lirim . 


I16J 


48 


33 Trinity, by water. 


24 


12 


9 


Hant s Harbor. 


133J 


68 


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40 


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16 Old Perlifiin. 


1431 


78 


61 


28 | 10 Bonavista. 


46 


34 


31 


22 | 6 Grate s Cove. 



ST. JOHN S TO 



ST. JOHN S TO 



7 Torbay. 




9* Portugal Cove. 


10 


3 Flatrock. 




11 


1 , I .eaeliv Cove. 


18 


11 


8 Pouch Cove. 


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14 


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21 


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19 Bay Bulls. 










21| 2J Witless Bay. 










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2 Mobile. 










26| 


71 


5 3 Toad s Cove. 










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84 


64 


34 La Manche. 


38 


19 


16| 


141 


Ill 73 Cape 


Broyle. 


42 


23 


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181 


15| 


1 1 v 4 


Caplin Bay. 


444 


254 


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141 64 


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Ferry land . 


48 


29 


26J 


24J 


211 


178 


10 


6 


34 Ai[nal iirl e. 


51 


32 


291 


27| 


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13 


9 


64 


3 Fermeuse. 


54J 


35J 


32i 


30* 


274 


24 


161 


121 


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61 


31 Renews, [iugcou try 


811 


621 


594 


574 544 


51 


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362 


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14 Quinton s House. 
54 4 Broad Cove. 



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274 
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54 


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26 


22 


29 


25 


33 


29 



Mahany s House. 

64 Chance Cove. 
1<>1 14 Portugal Cove. 
17 



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3 Biscay. 

7 | 4 Trepassey Road. 



204 



Ocean Distances. Time Talk. 



AYRE & SON S, St. John s Best place to buy Pianos & Organs. 



Approximate Ocean Distances from Cape Spear. 



To Boston 


... 885 miles. 


To Demarara ... 


... 2, 450 miles. 


" Bermuda ... 


... 1,070 


Glasgow ... 


... 1,844 " 


" Barbadoes ... 


... 2,098 


Gibraltar ... 


... 2,124 " 


" Bahia 


... 3,711 


Halifax ... 


... 488 " 


" Bristol 


... 1,960 


Lisbon 


... 1,973 " 


Bordeaux . . . 


... 2,173 


Liverpool ... 


... 1,921 " 


" Cape Clear 


... 1,691 


London 


... 2,060 " 


" Cadiz 


... 2,161 


Sandy Hook 


... 1,213 " 



Difference of Time between St. John s, Nfld., and the following- places ; 



Amsterdam 

Bombay 

Barbadoes 

Baltimore 

Boston 

Charlottetown, P. E. Island 

Cadiz 

Dublin 

Edinburgh 

Genoa 

Gibraltar 

Greenwich 

Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Hamburg 

Lisbon 

Montreal 

Madrid 

Malta 

New Orleans ... v 

New York 

Naples 

Portland, Me. 

Philadelphia 

Quebec 

Rome 

St. John s, Newfoundland 

St. John, N. B. 

San Francisco 

St. Jago de Cuba ... 

Toronto 

Washington 



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3 51 Fast. 

8 23 " 

27 Slow. 

1 35 " 

1 13 " 
42 " 

3 9 Fast, 
36" 
3 18 " 
47" 
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3 31 " 

43 Slow. 

4 11 Fast. 

2 54 " 

1 23 Slow. 

3 17 Fast. 

2 33 " 

2 29 Slow. 
1 24 " 

4 28 Fast. . 
1 10 Slow. 

1 30 " 

1 13 " 

4 21 Fast. 

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47 Slow. 
4 39 " 

1 32 " 
1 47 " 
1 37 " 



Latitudes and Longitudes, Newfoundland. 



205 



AYBE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Ronisch Pianos. 

Latitudes and Longitudes of the principal Harbors, Headlands, &c., on 
the Coast of Newfoundland. 



PLACES. 


Lat. N. 


Long. W. 


Cape Norman Light 


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55 5:: l< 


Cape Baulcl 


51 38 50 


55 i o 


Cape St. John, Gull Island" 


49 59 20 


55 21 


Toxuinguet Island, VT. Island East Side 


49 39 30 


r> i n; 10 


Offer Wadham Light 


49 35 40 


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Funk Island 


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Fogo Island Seldom-Come-By Harl mi- 


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54 12 o 


Cape Fivels, Gull Wand ... 


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53 25 10 


Gm-nspond Island 


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Cape Pxmavista Light 


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53 :. lo 


Catalina Harbor, Given Island Light 


48 30 15 


53 _ 10 


Trinity Harbor, Church 


48 2-2 \ 


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Heart s Content, Church 


47 52 35 


53 22 11 


Old Perlican, Church 


48 4 47 


53 (> 


Baccalieu Island, Northern Point Light 


48 8 51 


52 47 5O 


Carhonear Island Light 


47 44 24 f>3 9 22 


Harhor Grace Island Light 


IT IL 15 53 8 11 


Bay Roberts, Green Point 


17 3<i 40 5:; in i;, 


Brigus, Nui-ih Hi-ad 


47 :;2 r,\ 53 10 35 


Cape St. Franri- 


17 48 30 52 48 0- 


St. John s Harbor, Fort Amln-vst Light 


17 :,:>, ;,i :,- in is 


Cape Spear Lighl 


47 31 11 


->-2 36 59 


Ferry land Head 


47 r>s 


52 51 6 


Cape Race Light 


46 39 24 53 4 20 


Virgin Rocks (on Grand Bank) 


46 26 20 50 52 30 


Cape Pine Light 


46 37 4 


53 31 45 


Cape St. Mary s Light 


46 49 30 


51 11 34 


Placentia Harbor Entrance 


47 15 


54 


Burin Dodding Head Light 


47 26 


55 8 43 


St. Pierre Island, Galantry Head Light 


46 46 3 


56 9 7 


Miquelon Road, Anchorage... 


47 6 


56 21 0- 


Fortune Bay, Burnt Island Light 


47 15 32 


55 51 50 


Burgeo Islands, Large Island, S. E. End 


47 36 30 


57 36 10 


Port-au-Basque, Channel Church 


47 33 66 


59 7 33 


Cape Ray Light ... 


47 37 


59 18 


Codroy Roads, Beach Point 


47 52 38 


59 23 47 


Cape St. George, Red Island, near ... 


48 33 50 


59 13 10 


Bay of Islands, Lark Harbor, Low Point 


49 2 45 


58 20 45 


Cow Head, N. W. Point ... 


49 55 20 


57 50 


Point Rich Light ... 


50 41 32 


57 24 48 


St. John s Harbor, North Point of Sesostris Bay 


50 48 25 


57 13 10 


Green Island 


51 24 10 


56 33 45- 



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High and Low Water. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Ludwig Pianos. 


High and Low Water. 




High Water, 


ElSE. 


PLACE. 


Full and 






Change. 


Springs. 


Neaps. 




h. m. 


Feet. Feet. 


St. Pierre 


8 33 


6i 


4i 


Miquelon Road 


8 33 


3j 





Great St. Lawrence Harbor 


8 30 


7" 4 


Burin Harbor 


8 45 


6i 41 


Little Placentia ... ... ... 7 58 


7 4j 


St. Marv s Harbor ... ... 7 40 


7i 5 


Placentia ... ... ... 8 30 


7 5 


Trepassey Harbor 


7 


6i 5 


Cape Eace 


7 


6j 5 


Spaniard s Bay 


7 45 


4f 3 


Harbor Grace 


7 25 


4j 3 


Carbonear 


7 20 


4 3 


Heart s Content 


7 33 


4 2^ 


Trinity Harbor 


7 10 


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Catalina Harbor 


7 


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4 


Bona vista 


7 25 


3i 


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King s Cove 


7 15 


3i 


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Funk Island 


7 0? 


2-3 1 




Gander Bay 


7 55 


4 


3 


Fogo Island, Fogo Harbor ... 


7 20 


4.1 


3 


Seldom-Come-Bv 


7 13 


4! 


3 


Change Island 


7 20 


4l 


3 


Fleur-de-Lys Harbor 


7 15 


2-4 ? 




Croc Harbor 


6 30 


41 





St. Anthony Harbor 


7 10 


5 


2| 


Brehat Harbor 


7 


2-3 ? 





St. Lunaire Bay 


7 6 ? 


5 


2| 


Griguet Harbor 


7 10? 


5 


2| 


Kirpon Harbor (North Coast) 


7 5 


5 


1| 


Sacred Bay (North Coast) 


7 23 


2* 




St. John Harbor 


10 40 


7! 


5i 


St. Barbe Harbor 


10 


4" 3 


Old Ferrole Harbor and Brig Bav 


9 46 


5 ? 


Cow Head Harbor 


10 41 




St. George Harbor, West Coast 


10 3 


6r 4j 


Lark Harbor, West Coast 


10 37 


5i 





Codroy Island 


9 15 


6" 


4 


Port-au-Basqne 


8 55 




La Poile Bay 


9 


6 2 4" 


Burgeo Islands 


8 32 


6j 4 


La Hune Bay (Deadman s Cove) 
Rencontre Bay (The Cove) ... 


8 40 
8 55 


6i 

6j 


4 



Night Signals Steamship Lines. 207 

AYRE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Farrand and Votey Organs 

DISTINGUISHING NIGHT SIGNALS OF STEAMSHIP LINES; 
AND FUNNEL MARKS. 



LINES. 



NIC. FIT SIGNALS. 



COLOR OF I i N NKI x. 



Allan Line. Liverpool, Glasgow, 

Saint John s, N.F., Halifax, N.S., 

Montreal and Baltimore, U.S.A. 
Ked Cross Line. Newcastle, En. 

New York, Halifax, N.S., and Saint 

John s, N.F. 
Black Diamond Line. Montreal, 

St. John s, N,I< ., and Halifax, N.S. 
Liverpool and Great Western 

S.S. Co. (Limited). Liverpool and 

New York. 
Cuiiard Line. Liverpool, Havre, 

Glasgow, Lcind Miclrny, .Mi-dil c-ia an- 
I lalil ax, New Vcirk and Saint 
Tl as rin l!rr la. 

State Line S. S. Coy. NV\\ fork, 

(ilasgnH, Ili ll a ,1 and I ,h 61 i I. 

North German Lloyd. I: in 

and New York. 

Cardiff and New York (Edward s 
Line). Sharpness and New York. 

Bordeaux Steam Navigat n Co. 
Bordeaux and New York. 

National S.S. Co. Liverpool, Lon 
don and New York. 

General Transatlantic Compy. 

Havre and New York, ila\rr and 
West Inclii .; via Bordeaux, Saint 
Nazaire to Colon and Vera Cruz, 
Marseilles to Colon. 
Imuaii S. S. Co. (Limited). I , 
pool and New York. 

Oceanic Steam Navigation Co 

(White Star Line). Liverpool and 
New York 
The Canadian Shipping Coinp y 

(Limited), (Beaver Line). Portland, 
Montreal and Liverpool. 

White Cross Line. Antwerp am 

New York. 

Monarch Line. London & N. York 
Netherland - American Steam 

Navigation Co. New York ant 

Rotterdam. 
Holme Line. Plymouth (England 

and New York. 
U. S. and Brazil S. S. Co. Nev 

York and Brazilian Ports, -via New 

port News and Saint Thomas. 
U. S. Life Saving Service Patro 

or Danger Signal. 
Wilson Line. Hull, North Sea an 

Baltic Ports. Hull, Southampto: 

and New York. 
International Navigation Co ; 

(Red Star Line). Antwerp, Nei 

York and Philadelphia. 
Dominion S. S. Co y. Portland 

Montreal and Liverpool. 



Ihree Jllnc lights, displayed in (In 
form of 



mi Hi-il-ll lii/f ( (isliill lights, silll- 

iiltaiircpiislv, cine forward, c,nr 
aft. 



.i- li. hl forward and at l and KM 
ainlillaii . 

h<e If-dil and IWK Human randl, ,. 

eaoli throw ue lulu. 



in light 



ins. one 
i one ail. sMiiuli . 

a light 



a, light 



U. d null lilarl, t.ip 
and \\ hid 1 band. 

li I.Vdc riiss 

Klin Land top and 
Ml. 

Black; Bed band with 
i : . diamond. 

lllac K ,.. ill, i;, 1 I 



lie-el ivitli 1:1 



and li i d liand. 
Black. 

li I .Yd and 
kinds. 



ward and . I 
;. ../ light mi bridge, the wb le 

fiii-miiig a In 
I m li lit fcirwai-d, IIVi 
amidships, and Ri 
displuvc d -annilta u 



1, ul liglit oil 
inisly 

llts Mnmlta! 






Wllitc 

top. 

R i ck tup. 



B White 

with Black 



taneou.- ! 

of tin 

stern of the vessel. 

Vo <li-cni-]l hitc Coston 1. 
one forward, one aft, alternately 

!reen-White-i it Coston light. .. 

reen light forward and aft and 
Wliite light amidships, display 
ed simultaneously. 

rreen-Red-Green-Red Coston light 

Green - lied - Hi-ecu - White Coston 
light. 

Red Coston light, burning over 

minute. 
Two Red lights simultaneously 

about sixty feet apart. 

Time Red Coston lights, one for 
ward, one aft and one amidships 
simultaneously. 

A Roman Candle showing six Ret 
balls at intervals of five second 



bands. 



Black. 

top. 

lit wo Green 
kili U and \Vhiti- 
hand I n t wrc-ii. 
!i d wilh Black top. 



Red with Black top. 



Black with White 
band. 

Red-White-Red- 
Black. 



208 



Night Signals Steamship Lines. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Only place to buy the wonderful 



Distinguishing- Night Signals. (Continued.) 



LINES. 


NIGHT SIGNALS. 


COLOR OF FlTNXELS. 


American S. S. Co. Philadelphia 
lunl Liverpool. 

New York :in(l Charleston S. S. 


Hi-it light, followed by Roman can 
dle, throwing out six Red balls, 
followed by Jii-il light. 
Unl-iireen Coston light 


Red with White key 
stone, Black top 
and White band. 
Black 


Co. New York and Charleston. 
Bristol City Line. Bristol (Eng 
land and New York. 
Florio tine. Jlc-liti-i Min-an Ports 


Red-Green-Bed-Green Cn-ion light. 
Bed-Green-White-Bed I <,M"II light. 


tic lilnestar 

)i \\ liih liand. 


and N i W York. 
vrir v-,.i.- Xr r nK.i nTi;i e fc fn 







New York and Havana, Nr\v York 

and Cienfnegn^, oia Santiago dr 

Cuba and Nassau. \. P. 
Great Western S. S. Co. Iirist.il 

(Bnglnnd) ;iiiil Ni - York. 
Hamburg-American Mail S. S. 

Co. 1 1,-tnil iii x and .\c York. 



V. S. Kevciuie Marine Service. 

New York and Jamaica S. S. 
Line. 

"Warren & Co. I.: <T] 1 ;md Bos 
ton. 



Distress U.S. La), 
Metropolitan S. S. Line. 

York and Boston. 

Liverpool, Brazil & River Plate 
Steam Nav tioii Co. Liverpool, 
Brazil, River Plate and Xi- 

Anchor Line. G .iverpool, 

Derry, London, Mediterranean, In 
dia and Ni W Ym k. 

Hamburg-American Mail S. S. 
Co. We-.f India and Mi-xico. 



Merritt s "Wrecking Organiza 
tion, Ne\v York. 

Ked "D" Line. Vi. iieznl.i an\ 
York. 

17. S. Signal Service Station. 
Lake and 5 



RetJ-II 

i loston lights 
I i ei si l in siiece 
a quarter of minute inter-, 
twi i ii each light. 

. ;/ ( lislun 



. . 
Red- in,;, , - - wen - Il /iite Costou 

light. 

Red lighl forward, Wh ite light 
ami 1 Id aft. siin 

iiltaneously. 

.... 
! iston light. 



Black. 



ith Red band 
near top on ivliieli is 
a liln. i iVli. 



it one 
- ball 
in succession, 

(Lanterns). 

at stern o1 

minute interval betweer 

hi 



U. S. Lighthouse Service 
Morgan s Line. Nov. York, New 

Orleans and Galveston. 
Nickerson s Lines. Boston and 



. i ah, Boston, 
P. E. Island. 



Halifax and 






To call Pilot. 

U. S. Pilots. 
Thingvalla Line. 



Recognized by all 



i, Den 



mark, Norway and New York. 
Royal M. S. Packet Co. Liver 
pool (Eng.), New York and Jamaica. 



<. oston lig)it .... 

One I -- one 

-White Coston light. 

light and Roman Candle, Black. 
throwing out 12 iriiiir. balls. 






and Vi liite 
band. 



Black. 



- D"on 
Wh 



Black. 



Yellow : Black band 
with 



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Port Charges. Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 
Aeolian, which, places the best music within reach of all. 



PORT CHARGES ON FOREIGN-GOING SHIPPING, 
St. John s, Newfoundland. 

LIGHT DUES. 
24 cents per register ton, not to exceed $115. Payable once a year. 

WATER DUES. 
5 cents per register ton, not to exceed $20. Payable once a year. 

HARBOR MASTER S DUES. 

Vessels 60 to 100 tons register ... $200 

" 100 to 200 ... ... ... 3 ou 

200 to 300 ... ... ... 4 00 

" 300 to 400 ... ... ... "> <) 

" 400 to 500 ... ... ... 6 00 

Payable once between I.*- 1 January and 30th June, and once between 
1st July and 31st December. 

NEWFOUNDLAND CUSTOMS TARIFF. 

As PASSED THE 29xn OF JUNE, 1895, AND AMENDED 30ra JUNE, IMM;. 

Table of Duties. 

Ale, Porter, Older and Perry the gallon ... ... ... J? U 35 

Animals, vizi- 
Calves, Pigs, Sheep each ... ... ... ... o i; 

Horses, Mares, &c. ... ... ... ... ... 600 

Apples the barrel ... .. ... ... 60 

Apples (dried) the pound ... ... ... ... 02 

Bacon, Ham, Tongues, Smoked Beef, Sausages the e\vt. ... - ti."> 

Beef, Pigs Heads, Pigs Tongues, Feet and Hocks (salted and 

cured)- -the barrel of 200 pounds ... ... ... 1 05 

Butter, Oleo, and other compounds representing butter -the ewt. 3 00 
Casks, empty second-hand, 45 gallons and under each ... 45 

Casks, empty second-hand, over 45 gallons each ... ... 1 -!."> 

Cask Staves, second-hand manufactured, capable of making casks 

of 45 gallons and upwards per one hundred ... ... 5 75 

Cask Staves, second-hand manufactured, capable of making casks 

under 45 gallons per one hundred ... ... ... 1 40 

Cheese the cwt. ... ... 3 00 

Chocolate and Cocoa the pound ... 006 

Cigars 20 per cent, ad valorem, and the thousand ... 9 00 

Cigarettes 30 per cent, ad valorem, and the thousand 2 00 

Coffee (green) the pound 05 

Coffee (roasted or ground) the pound 07 

Coals, imported or brought into the ports of St. John s, Harbor- 
Grace and Carbonear the ton 30 
Coals, imported or brought into the port of Placentia, provided 
duties shall not be levied 011 any greater quantity than four 
hundred tons of coal imported annually into Placentia by 
any person or corporation for the purpose of railway opera 
tion the ton 
Confectionery, not including confectioner s ornaments the cwt. 7 00 

CO 



210 Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 



AYBE & SONS, St. John s Agents for Estey Organs. 

Feathers and Feather-beds the pound ... ... ... 8007 

Fish, viz: Codfish and Haddock, save as hereinafter exempt 

the quintal of 1 12 pounds ... ... ... ... 1 50 

Flour the barrel ... ... ... ... ... 025 

Fruit, dried (except dried apples), Currants, Raisins, &c. the Ib. 03 

Fruit Cake of all kinds, not cut by machinery the pound ... 07 

Hay the ton of 2240 pounds ... ... ... 180 

Herring barrels each ... ... ... ... ... 025 

Indian Corn the bushel of 57 pounds ... ... ... 006 

Indian Meal the barrel... ... ... ... ... 025 

Jams and Preserves 30 per cent, ad valorem and the pound ... 05 
Lumber, one inch thick, and so in proportion for any greater 

thickness the thousand ... ... ... ... 3 50 

Lumber, grooved, tongued or planed, one inch thich, and so in 

proportion for any greater thickness the thousand ... 5 00 

Meat (fresh) and Poultry the pound ... .. ... OH 

Molasses the gallon ... ... ... ... ... 07" 

Oats the bushel ... ... ... ... ... 005 

Oatmeal the barrel of 200 pounds ... ... ... 030 

Oil, Kerosene the gallon ... ... ... ... 06 

Peas the barrel ... ... ... ... ... 030 

Pork the barrel of 200 pounds ... ... 1 50 

Salt, in bulk the ton ... ... ... ... ... 020 

Shingles and Laths the thousand ... ... ... 060 

Spirits, viz: 

Brandy and other Spirits not herein defined or enumerated, 
and not exceeding the strength of proof by Sykes Hydro 
meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 
the strength of proof the gallon ... ... ... 3-20 

All other Spirits of greater strength than forty- three per 
cent, over proof shall be deemed to be undefined Spirits 
and be subject to duty accordingly the gallon ... 320 

Whiskey, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sykes 
Hydrometer, and so in proportion for any greater strength 
than the strength of proof the gallon ... ... 260 

Gin, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sykes Hydro 
meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 
the strength of proof- the gallon ... ... ... 2 30 

Rum, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sykes Hydro 
meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 
the strength of proof the gallon ... ... ... 2 00 

Cordials, Shrub and other Spirits, being sweetned or mixed 
so that the degree of strength cannot be ascertained the 
gallon ... ... ... ... ... ... 2 20 

Straw the ton of 2240 pounds ... ... ... ... i oo 

Sugars 1st grade, viz: Loaf, Cut Loaf and Cube the cwt. ... 500 

2nd grade, viz: Bastard, Crystallized and Granulated 

the cwt. ... ... ... ... ... 4 00 

3rd grade, viz: Unrefied, Brown and Straw the cwt. . 3 50 
Tea 30 per cent, ad valorem and the pound ... ... o 05 

Timber, including Lignum Vitre the ton ... ... ... Q 60 



Newfoundland Custom^ Tariff. 211 
AYRE & SONS, St. John s Pianos, Organs and Aeolians. 

Tobacco, manufactured, including Leaf Tobacco, stripped or 

partly manufactured 5 per cent, ail valorem and the lb.... $0 30 

Tobacco Leaf and Stems the pound ... ... ... 030 

Tobacco Stems for Snuff the cwt. ... ... 060 

Vegetables, viz:-- 

Cabbages the one hundred ... ... ... ... 200 

Potatoes the bushel ... ... ... ... 005 

Turnips, Parsnips, Carrots and Beets the bushel ... 10 

Vinegar the gallon ... ... ... ... ... 15 

Wines, viz: 

Champagne the gallon ... ... ... ... 420 

Claret the gallon ... ... ... ... 055 

Hock, Burgundy and Light Renish Wines the gallon ... 1 no 
Malaga and Montilla, costing at port of shipment MO cents 
a gallon, and any other above th.-il price -- - IL . , per rent. 

ad valorem and the gallon ... ... ... ... 1 00 

Malaga and Montilla, costing at port of ^hipmenl under 80 

cents a gallon the gallon ... ... ... ... 3 ~> 

Port and Macleria the gallon ... ... ... 1 ( > > 

Sherry and Manzanilla 12^ per cent, ad valorem and tin- 
gallon ... ... "... ... ... ... 1 00 

Spanish Red, Denia, Sicilian, Figueira, Red Lisbon, Cape 

and Lisbon Common the gallon ... ... ... 035 

All other Wines 15 per cent, ad valorem and the gallon... 1 10 

Ad Valorem Duties. 

Tallow, Grease, Palm Oil, and Eggs ... ... ... 7. 1 , per cent. 

Anchors and Chain Cables, Copper and Composition Metal 
for ships, including Bars, Bolts, Sheathing and Nails, 

of the same materials ... ... ... ... 10 

Bread-bag Brin, when imported direct [by Biscuit Bakers, 

for making bags to contain biscuit ... ... 10 

Book-binder s Tools and Implements, including Ruling 
Machines, Leather, Book-binder s Cloth, Marble Paper 
and Paper board, imported direct by Book-binders for 

use in their trade and not for sale ... ... 10 

Brick ... ... ... ... ... ... 10 

Canvas, Sail-cloth, Tarpaulin Canvas for ships use] ... 10 

Cement ... ... ... ... ... ... 10 

Cordage, viz: Rope and Hemp, Coir and Manilla Cables. 10 

Corks and Corkwood ... ... 10 

Diving Apparatus ... ... ... 10 

Fishing Tackle (except fishing tackle for anglers) ... 10 
Hook Iron, Iron of all kinds in bars, bolts, sheets, plates, 

and pieces (except as hereinafter exempt) ... ... 10 

Machinery and parts of machinery ... ... 10 

Machinery Belting, of Rubber, Leather, or other material. 10 
Nails (wrought) 

Oakum, Pitch and Tar, Resin and Raw Turpentine 
Oranges, Lemons, Grapes, Nuts, Limes and Olives, and 

Olive-oil ... ... 10 



212 Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 



AYBE & SONS, St. John sBest place to buy Bicycles. 



Olein, Beef-oil, Neutral Lard Stock, Cotton Seed-oil, Se 
same and other oils, to be used in the manufacture of 

Artificial Butter ... ... ... ... 10 percent, 

Plaster ... ... ... ... ... ... 10 

Poultry (alive) ... ... ... ... ... 10 

Saws, used as part of the original construction of Mills and 

Factories ... ... ... ... ... 10 

Sewing Machines, Knitting Machines, and parts of same... 10 " 

Sheet Tin, Block Tin, and Solder ... ... .. 10 

Steam Engines and Boilers, Propellers and Water-wheels . 10 

Worsted and Woolen Yarn of all kinds ... ... 10 

Vegetables of all kinds, except those before mentioned in 

the Table of Duties ... ... ... ... 10 

Bran, Barley, Malt, Eice, and Hops ... ... 12^ " 

Mast-pieces and Spars, not manufactuird ... ... 12j 

Staves, undressed ... ... ... ... ... 12^ " 

Medicines ... ... ... ... ... 20" " 

Oxen, Cows, and Bulls ... ... ... ... 20 " 

Dories, and Dory Oars ... ... ... ... 25 

Leather ... ... ... ... ... ... 25 " 

Bread and Biscuit (except thai known as Ships Biscuit)... 40 
Goods, Wares and Merchandize, not otherwise enumerated 
described or charged with duty, and not otherwise 

exempt ... ... ... ... ... 30 " 

Saws ... ... ... ... ... ... 30 " 

Blocks, Cabinet- wares, Candles, Carriages, Waggons, Sleighs 

and Harness ... ... ... ... ... 35 

Cut Nails and Cut Spikes of Iron or Steel ... ... 35 

Pressed Nails and Pressed Spikes of Iron or Steel ... 35 

Casks in which dry goods are imported, when fit to hold 

liquid ... ... ... 35 

Manufactures of Wood (except Musical Instruments) ... 35 
Readymade Clothing, viz. : Coats, Jackets, Trowsers, 

Waist-coats, Mantles, Dresses, Cloaks and Sacques ... 35 

Stockings, Skirts and Drawers (made by hand)... ... 35 

Staves, manufactured and dressed, or partly dressed ... 40 
Cans, imported in a manufactured state tor hermetically 
sealed goods, including the cases in which they are 

contained ... ... ... ... .., 40 

Brooms or Whisks, manufactured wholly or parti v of corn 50 

Table of Exemptions. 

The following articles imported into this Colony and its dependencies 
shall be exempt from the payment of duties : 

Agricultural Implements and Machinery, imported by Agricultural Socie 
ties for the promotion of agriculture. 

Agricultural Implements and Machinery, when imported by persons en 
gaged in agricultural pursuits, for their own operations and not for 
sale. 

All Live Stock, imported by Agricultural Societies for improving the 
breed of stock in this country. 



Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 213 

A5TKE & SCWS, St. John s Best place to buy Hats & Caps. 

Arms, Clothing and Provisions for Her Majesty s land and sea forces. 

Arricles imported for religious purposes not intended for sale. 

Articles of every description imported for the use of the Governor. 

Articles for the official use of foreign Consuls. 

Articles imported for the use of the St. John s Municipal ( Vmncil. 

Artificial Limbs. 

Bait. 

Bark for tanning Leather. 

Boiler and Ship Plates. 

Ceresene, Chloro di Nitro Bensole, Xatro of Ammonia. 

Chair Cane, or Reeds of Whitrods, when imporled in an unmanufactured 

state. . 
Coals, when not imported into the ports of Si. .John s, IJ.irlioi- ( (race, 

bonear, or Placentia. 
Coin and Bullion. 

Corn for the manufacture of Brooms. 
Cotton Yarn, Cotton (raw), Coke. 
Cotton Seed Oil, Olive Oil, Boracic Acid, Acetic Acid, I n -<T\aleue, \\hni 

imported direct to be used in the picserving nf Ki-h or Fi.-h-glur. 
Cranes, Derricks, Fire-clay and Fire-brick, Kock-dri]]-, Holler .Mill-, 

Separators, when imported direct bv parties engaged in mining and 

not for sale. 

Crushing Mills for Mining purposes. 
Donations of Clothing, especially imported for "gratuitous distribution by 

any charitable society. 
Dye Stuffs. 

Fish of British catch ami cure, and Oil the produce of such fish. 
Fruit not being canned, bottled or preserved, and not otherwise enumerated. 
Gas Engines, when protedeil by patent. 

Hemp, Hemp Yarn, Coir Yarn, Sisal, Manilla, Flax and Tow. 
Herring-barrel Hoop Iron or Hoop Steel, splayed, punched or nosed and 

cut in lengths not to exceed sixty-eight inches. 
Hides, or pieces of Hides, not tanned, curried or dressed. 
Household Furniture and Working Tools and Implements used and in the 

use of persons arriving in this colony. 
Junk, Old Iron, Old Copper and Old Composition Metal. 
Manures of all kinds. 
Materials for sheathing the bottoms of vessels, such as Zinc, Copper and 

Composition Metal, together with Nails and Paper or Felt, which may 

be used for or under such sheathing when used for sheathing the entire 

bottom of a vessel. Provided that such materials when warehoused 

or bonded shall be marked with the name of the vessel to be sheathed, 

and shall be used in sheathing such vessel and no other. 
Mining and Smelting Machinery of every description, and Dynamite Fuse 

and Drill-steel, when imported directly by persons engaged in mining, 

to be used in their mining operations and not for sale. 
Music, written or printed. 
Oil Cake, Oil Cake Meal, Cotton-seed Cake and Cotton-seed Meal, Pease 

Meal, Bran, and Preparations for Cattle Feed. 
Ores, to be used in the manufacture of Copper Paint. 
Ores, to be used as Flnx. 



214 Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John s Agents for 

Oysters or Clams in shell. 

Parchment or Wax Paper when imported direct for wrapping Boneless 
Fish for export. 

Passenger s baggage. 

Patented Machinery (for new industries in this colony), which cannot be 
manufactured in this colony. 

Pig-iron, Nail Strips, whether Iron, Zinc or Brass, to be used in the manu 
facture of Cut Nails in this colony. 

Plants, Trees and Shrubs. 

Ploughs, Harrows, Reaping, Raking, Ploughing, Mowing, Stumping, Pota- 
toe and Seed -sowing Machines to be used in this colony. 

Printed Books, Pamphlets, Newspapers, Maps and Charts. 

Printing Papers, Printing Presses, Printing Types, and all other printing 
requisites. 

Refuse, Rice, Sand. 

Scientific Instruments and Apparatus, including Globes, when imported 
for the use of Colleges and Schools and Scientific or Literary Societies. 

Seed for agricultural purposes. 

Specimens illustrative of Natural History. 

Steel Strips, to lie used in the manufacture of Cut Nails in this colony. 

Sulphuric Acid, when used- in the manufacture of Manures. 

Twines, to be used in the manufacturing of Nets and Netting in this colony. 

Type-writing Machine.?. 

Unmanufactured Wool. 

Wheat. 

Works of Art, vix. : Engravings, Paintings, Statutary, not intended for 
sale. 

Goods manufactured or produced wholly or in part by prison labor, or 
which have been made within or in connection with any prison, gaol 
ni 1 penitentiary, shall not be imported into this colony under a penalty 
of two hundred dollars ; and, if imported, such goods, and the parcels 
and packages in which they are contained, shall be forfeited. 

Local Distillation, 

The following Duties shall be raised, levied and collected on the fol 
lowing articles distilled or brewed in this colony, namely : 
Brandy, not exceeding the strength of proof" by Sykes Hydro 
meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 

the strength of proof the gallon " $235 

Whiskey, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sykes Hydro 
meter, and so in promotion for any greater strength than the 

strength of proof the gallon 1 85 

Gin, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sykes Hydrometer, 
and so in proportion for any greater strength than the strength 

"t proof the gallon 1 75 

Rum, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sykes Hydrometer, 
and so in proportion for any greater strength than the strength 

of proof the gallon 1 50 

Ale, Porter, Bavarian Beer, Botanic Beer, and all other small and 

dextrinous liquors the gallon ,,, ,,, ,., ,,, ,,. Q 07 



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AYBE & SONS, St. John s Best Goods at lowest prices. 


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Public Debts in British Possessions. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Ships Stores. 


Public Debts in British Possessions. 


COUNTKIES. 


Year. 


I rr.Lic DEBT. 


Per 

Amount. ,, , 
Head. 


Multiple 

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EUROPE 
United Kingdom 


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385,284 

1,130,462,845 
18,121,140 
3,116 

6,212,470 

39,197,802 
133,998,693 

243,: ,":; 

258,497,433 
* 13,248,210 
229,220 
169,049 
4,539,326 

555,413 

10,569,441 
3,532,470 
1.468,619 
2,772,438 

282,144,406 
228,438,063 
106,114,415 
16,946,969 
155,119,812 
37,876,147 
200,513,796 

1,075,714 


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67 08 
75 91 
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63 69 
14 51 
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11 97 

220 79 
193 30 
296 90 
167 40 
336 81 
235 50 
299 86 

8 95 


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1-54 
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0-51 

7-06 
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1-24 
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1-64 

1-80 
2-67 

2-53 
2-53 
1-03 

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7.01 
8-33 
3-09- 
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Ceylon 


Honff Konff 


AruiCA 
iMauritius 


Natal 


< lape ni Good Hope .... 
Sierra Leone 


AMERICA- - 
Canada 


Newfoundland t . . . 


Bermuda 


British Honduras 


British Guiana 


WJ:>T INDIES 
Bahamas 


Jamaica 


Windward Islands 


Leeward Islands 


Trinidad 


AUSTRALASIA 
New South Wales 


Victoria 


South Australia 


Western Australia 


Queensland 


Tasmania 


New Zealand 


SOUTH SEAS 
Fiji 





* This includes the debt due by St. John s Municipal Council, but raised 
]>y the Colony, the interest being repaid to the Government by said Council 
t Population estimated at 208,000. 



Fisheries. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John s Best place to buy Fishing Tackle. 

Newfoundland Fisheries, (Compiled from Census of 1891). 
FISHING STOCK, <. 

.Sailing Vessels from 20 to 60 tons ... ... 1,410 

Sailing Vessels from 60 tons upwards 271 

Boats, 4 to 30 quintals ... ... ... 19,312 

Boats, 30 quintals and upwards ... 1,140 

Nets and Seines ... ... : . 2,995 

Cod Traps ... :_ ,."> 1 1 

Population engaged in the Fisheri.- ... :>n .->(>2 

Value of Newfoundland and Canadian Fisheries, 
Countries. IMM. 



1895 



Ni U Inllliill.-llld * 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Quebec 

Prince Edward Island 

British Columbia 

Ontario 

Manitoba and North \\V-t 

Totals 



-.1 ! 1,589 $5,853,132 


6,547,387 6,213,13] 


i.::.M,527 t,403,158 


- ,: .n:>,,386 l.si;7,!20 


1,119,738 


976,836 


3,950,478 


1,354 


l.i;:.:,969 1,584,474 


787,088 


752,466 


25,864,162 





! ! mputation for Newfoundland includes the Labrador catch, bnt n,>t Iviit sold to 

foreigTicr.s, nor fish used for lunm riinsumi>1 inn, viiliir.l .-if o >.,iO more. 

Registered Shipping of Chief Countries of the World, and of Nfld. 



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United Kingdom ... 21,0038,988,450 Netherlands 


581 


293,226 


United States * ... 22,9084,703,880 
Sweden and Norway 11,4742,149,467 


Austria-Hungary ... 
Denmark 


204 
3,591 


200,080 
334,899 


German Empire ... 3,665 1,553,902 Greece 720 


254,635 


Canada 7,279 782,299 Portugal ... . 258 


88,885 


France 15,528 ! 890,539 1 Belgium ... 55 


79,188 


Italy 6,559 779,135 


Turkey ... 864 


189,643 


Russia 


2,657 528,988 


China 


207 


44,675 


Spain 


1,468 


485,907 


Japan 


1,467 


212,925 


Australasia ... 2,763 367,059 


Newfoundland ... 2J340 


104,379 



* Including licensed and enrolled vessels. 

This Statement and the preceding one are taken from the Statistical Year Book of Canada 
for 1 896. 



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; SIGN OF THE CIRCULAR SAW. 

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J. H. MARTIN f CO 



WATER STRKKT, ST. JOHN S, N. F. 

^^>^<>A<><>-fr*-0-<><-A^-C-<>-<K^<f<K>-C*^>-^^ 



-IMPORTERS 



ENGLISH Ml) AMERH AN HARM, 



J. Rodger s At Sons Cutlery, Klectroplated ami Dritaiinia 
Metal Goods, Coal Vases, Bird ( ages, 

BRASS LIBRARY AND HALL LAMPS, 

TROUT AND SALMON TACKLK., CRICKET GOODS AND FOOT BAI i 
BREECH-I.OADIM; (HNS, l ,i.i-:\ s AMMUXII ION. 

^-MK^-*--e~^<^-6<K> ^<>-o-c-CH> CM^H^^ 

G. B. D. and Briar Pipes, Woodenware, Brushware^ 

Hardware Novelties, Wringers, Bedsteads, Play 

ing Cards, Japanned and Papier Mache Goods, 

Builders Hardware, Glassware, Hollo- 

ware, Sorby and Disston s Tools ; 

Nails, Paints, Oils, Portable 

Forges, Powder, Shot, etc. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ! 1 1 i 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II i 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 in i: 

OUTPORT ORDERS CAREFULLY PACKED AND PROJIPTLY DISPATCH I;D. 



INSPECTION SOLJCiTED. 



vui 



. Idvcr/isements. 




OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. 

Insurances effected at lowest Current Rates of Premium on 
all kinds of property in Newfoundland. 

A. O. 1 1 AY WARD, O.C., 

Agent fur Newfoundland. 

AT TV /TICHAELS & CO., Jewellers, invite 
. \ ><p 1VJL a ll their friends and customers to inspect 

their stock of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, BRONZES, 
ELECTROPLATE WARE, MUSIC BOXES, &c. Novelties con 
stantly arriving. JO?" Prices low ; quality best. 

A. T^. HVIIOHAEJt, c CO., 

Commercial Chambers, U ater Street. 



FINE WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. 



Is NOW SHOW INT; A GRAND ASSORTMENT or KAXCT ORXA.MI-;XT.-S IN GLASS 
AND CHINAWARE. Also, Dinnor, J ca, IJreakl,: - in China and otlier 

varos. Trinket and ToiK t Sets in all tin- newest patterns. Faucj Sjmn^r .nul limited wares. 
White iSMiie ware. JJcan Cruel;s. Bi rud Croeks. Jam Crocks. Jars half, one, two and thnv 
gallons. J[oHst:icli :ind fancy motto Cnjis and Saucers suitable for Xmas ; Also 

a full lini- of Plain and Fancy Biscuits (Home made) ; English and Ann riean ConfectioniT\\ 
Grapes, Apples, Oranges, etc., etc. Fi Pastry and Bread every clay. WEDDING 

Cakes always on hand. 



Merchant s Block, Water-st., and 40 New Gower-st. 

A. G. M C COUBREY 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

GOTHIC GRATES, STOVES, 

And every description of 



327 WATER-ST., ST. JOHN S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 327 



Advertisements. 



IX 




WM. J. (HOUSTON, 

Water Street, - St. John s, Newfoundland, 

EAST CORNER MARKET-HOUSE HILL. 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of Tinware, Iron, Stoves, 
Enamelled Wares, &c. 



JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

2 



Advertisements. 



DICKS &, CO. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Bookbinders, Booksellers & Stationers* 



Fancy Goods, Trouting and Cricketing Goods, Fancy Glass 
ware, Toys, Walking Sticks, Charts and Maps, etc. School Books 
and School Supplies of every class. Special attention to Outport 
orders. 



PROMPTNESS AND DESPATCH OUR MOTTO ! 



Books bound or repaired in every style of binding. Prices mode 
rate. Quality of the work guaranteed. 

GOODFELOTS BLOCK - - WATER STREET ST, JOHN S, 



COMMISSION MERCHANT. 

Importer of and dealer in all kinds of Fruit, Prince Edward 
Island and Nova Scotian Produce, &c. Consignments solicited. 
Satisfaction guaranteed. 



Cable Address : " NEAL," St. John s, Newfoundland. P. O. Box 611. 

EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY. 



Every style of wearing apparel done up at shortest notice. 
Special arrangements made for Household washing. jfigp- No 
chemicals used. 

Address : Corner QUEEN & GEORGE STREETS. 



Advertisements. XI 



& 



Importers of British and Foreign Manufactured Goods, Plain and Fancy Woollen 
Suitings, Tweeds and Seruys, H,-:iver and other Oven-oaliii.ns, Indigo Blue Pilot Cloths 
and Nap Witueys , also, Hat*, ( ajis, Underwear, and Gents Outfitting generally. 
All orders for clothing receive their best attention in every particular. Good fitting 
guaranteed. 

JORDAN BUILDING, 178 WATER STREET. 

BAINE, JOHNSTON & 00. 



IMPORTERS <>K 



General flfcercbanbfse ! 



Jnxporters of Codfish, Cod Oil, Refined Cod Liver Oil, 
(Norwegian Process), Salmon, Herring, Seal 
Skins, Seal Oil and Lobsters. 



-ACENTR FOB- 




liiiiiii and General Mariaetara ceCo. 



OF" 



The St. John s Nail Manufacturing Co., Lini. 

HAMILTON STREET, ST. JOHN S. 

Manufacturers of American Pattern Cut Nails ; Cut, Spike, Lath, 
Flooring, Clapboard and Finishing Nails ; Copper, Iron and Zinc 
Tacks ; Swedes Iron Shoe Nails and Tacks ; Iron & Zinc Shoe Bills. 

J. J. VEY, - Manager, 



xii Advertisements. 



WEST END PHARMACY 



TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 



PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded, and their preparation 
personally attended to. Medicine Chests supplied and re 
fitted at shortest notice. English and American Patent Medicines, 
Drugs, etc. Varnishes, Stains, Dry Paints, Toilet Requisites, Per 
fumery, Garden Seeds. 

W. T. COURTENAY, - 423 Water Street. 
CALLAHAN GLASS & CO. 



Upholsterers, and General House Furnishers. 



The largest and most varied stock of Furniture in the Co 
lony. Prices as low as is consistenr with good workmanship. 
Sketches and estimates on application. 

Show Rooms and Office ...... Corner Duckworth and Gower Sts. 

Factories .......................................... Gower Street. 



& scxivs, 

SHIPOWNERS, 

Coal and Commission merchants. 



-IMPORTER OF- 



CAPE BRETON, ANTHRACITE, WELSH, 
HOUSE AND STEAM COALS. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

WATER-ST, EAST, - - ST. JOHN S, NEWFOUNDLAND, 



Advertisements. xm 



TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS : POST OFFICE Box 

" Avalou," St. John s. No. 720. 






BROKER, NOTARY PUBLIC, 

[Commission dated Jan. 1S79.] 

Ariel Average Adjuster. 

Agent for ELLIS Estate ; Trustee and Liquidator for the 
Creditors of the Commercial Bank of Newfoundland; Dealer in all 
kinds of Stocks, Government Debentures, Bonds, &(-., and Real 
Estate, &c., r. 



Offices :- Water Street, 

St. John s, Newfoundland. 




JOMIV S, 

BROKER, COMMISSION MERCHANT 
AND ESTATE AGENT- 



Unsurances of all fceecriptions a specialty. 

Consignments solicited, upon which reasonable advances are made on receipt of 
goods. Agent for Newfoundland of Northern Fire Assurance Co., of London, Eng. 
Agent for Newfoundland of the Underwriting and Agency Association, of London, 
England. Manager for Newfoundland of the Sun Life Assurance Co., of Canada. 
Vice-Consul for the Kingdom of Portugal. Agent for Colonel Young s, Jagg .- . 
Wrey s, and other Estates. 

Cable Address : " Pinsent," St. John s. " A. B. C." " Scott s," 
and Private Code. 



In thanking all who have kindly entrusted business with me 
during the past, I respectfully invite a continuance of the same, 
having increased facilities. 



COMMERCIAL CHAMBERS, WATER STREET, 



xiv Advertisements. 



merchant s Bank of Halifax ! 



INCORPORATED 1869. 



CAPITAL (paid up) - $1,500,000 

BEST - 1,075,000 

THOMAS E. KENNY, PRESIDENT. D. H. DUNCAN, CASHIER. 

Accounts opened on the most favorable terms. Interest allowed 
on Deposits. 

Notes of hand discounted. Loans granted on approved collaterals. Drafts issued 
payable at all the principal points in Canada and United States. Sterling exchange 
bought and sold. Cable transfers m:\de. Bills collected on lowest terms. 

SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT : 



Deposits accepted from $1.OO upwards. 

St. John s Branch South-west Corner Water-st. & McBride s Cove. 
OFFICE HOURS 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. ; Thursdays, 10 A.M. to i P.M. 

F*. H. A!*:iVA.Ur>, Manager. 

CARNELL S CARRIAGE FACTORY ! 



ELIZABETH R. CARNELL wishes to intimate to her friends and the public 
generally that she still carries on her late husband s business, under the supervision 
of Mr. N. J. Cou.lEl!, who has had many year s experience. Orders for Carriages, 
Sleighs, Carts, and every description of Vehicle executed promptly, or tilled fiviiu 
large stocks on hand. Terms moderate. 

UNDERTAKING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ! 



Ste 

361 - DUCKWORTH ST., ST. JOHN S, NEWFOUNDLAND. - 361 



Importer of TWEEDS, DIAGONALS. BEAVERS, WHITNEYS. MELTONS 
AND NAPS. Suits made up to order on shortest notice. Also in stock some dura 
ble CANADIAN HOMESPUNS. Special attention to Outport orders. Measurement 
forms s?nt on application, 155^ Good fit, ami satisfaction guaranteed, 



Advertisement. xv 



Game Protection Society of Nfld., 

1896. 



President Mr. R. L. Mare ; Vice-President Mr. Alex. J. W. 
McNeily, O. C., C. C. & R. ; Sec.- Treat. Mr. Charles H. 
Emerson, B. L. 

Committee Messrs. W. C. Job, Michael Thorburn, R. Von 
Stein, John Harvey, R. L. Sleater, W. B. West, Captain 
Perez, H. Fraser, J. C. Strang, B. Williams, P. Tessier. 

GAME LAWS (Abstract). 

Caribou Close season is, 1 roin 1st Feb. to 15th .Inly, and IVinn 7tli 
Oct. to loth Nov., inclusive; that is to say, ( anliou or Deer may h<- hunted 
upon and after 15th July till 7th day of Oct., and from loth day of Nov. till 
1st Feb. following. Penalty for violation of above $400. 

No person, not usually resident in the Colony, shall kill or take caribou 
without having first procured therefor to himself a license, issued for the 
season, as hereinafter provided, and shall pay for such license an annual fee 
of $100, under a penalty of $400. Provided, nevertheless, that no resident 
or officer of any British war-ship, stationed on the coast of this Island for 
fisheries protection shall be compelled to procure or pay for such annual 
license. 

No one person shall, during any one season, kill or take more than three 
stag and two hind caribou under a penalty of $400. 

No venison allowed to be exported as an article of commerce ; and any 
person exporting, or carying with him for private use, any venison, or the 
heads, antlers, or skins, must clear the same at the Custom House. 

Dogs, pitfalls, snares and traps, are prohibited. 

Grouse or Partridge Willow grouse, partridge or ptarmigan, 
cannot be shot between January l 2th and September 15th ; nor shall any 
person be allowed to have in his possession, give away, barter or sell, or 
expose for sale, any willow grouse, partridge or ptarmigan, after the 22nd 
day of January, under a penalty off" 



Sliipe, etc. Curlew, plover, snipe, or other wild or migratory birds 
(except wild geese), between January 12th and August 20th, under a penalty 
of not exceeding $200. 

Wild rabbitt or hare between March 1st and September 15th, under a 
penalty of $25. 

Otter aud beaver between April 1st and October 1st. 

Game Fisll The following is the law for the preservation of game 
fish: No trout, char, white fish, laud-locked salmon, or grilse, or any fresh 
water or migratory fish, can be caught, taken or killed in any lake, river or 
stream in this Colony, from September to January 15th in eacli year, under 
a penalty of $10 for each fish. 



Advertisements. 




PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST ! 



STUDIO BUILDING : 

Cor. WATER & PRESCOTT 
STREETS. 



STUDIO : 
310 WATER STREET. 

I L lidi.-i- Hi.- niaiiagsinont of Win. Parsons.] 



Silver Medal and Diploma of Merit Awarded, Barcelona, 1888. 






PORTRAITS enlarged and finished in Oils, Water Colors, Crayon 
or Ink. MOULDINGS Frames made to order. Views of 
every place of importance in Newfoundland. All the latest New 
York styles ; Platinotype, Paris Panel, <S:c., &c. 

GEO. WHEATLEY, 



SURVEYOR TO LLOYDS REGISTER OF BRITISH AND 
FOREIGN SHIPPING, 

ALSO SURVEYOR OF SHIPPING TO THE GOV 
ERNMENT OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



BEGS most respectfully to call the attention of Shipowners, Mer 
chants, and others to the provisions of the Shipping Act of 
Newfoundland of 1891, especially to clause 4. JH@P" Any further 
information obtained by applying to the Surveyor at any time, either 
at the Custom House, or at his private office, 



Advertisement. 



XVII 




xvin Advertisements. 



Queen fire Insurance Company. 



Policies of Insurance 

Against Loss or Damage by Fire are issued by the above well-known 
Office on the most liberal terms. 

JOHN CORMACK, 

Agent for Newfoundland. 



CARRIAGE AND SLEIGH BUILDER AND 
GENERAL WHEELWRIGHT. 



UNDERTAKING - IN - ALL - BRANCHES. 



CORNER DUCKWORTH & PRESCOTT STREETS, 

St. John s. Newfoundland. 



Estimates given for all kinds of work. Satisfaction guaranteed. 



3 v "w* if"**^ ^p y 



Sazette Building, Water-st. 

CV 



[OPPOSITE AVRE & SONS.] 



PHOTOS enlarged and finished in Oil, Crayon, Water Colors and Ink. Full sup 
ply of D. Plates, P. 0. Paper, Chemicals, etc. Amateurs Negatives developed, 
printed and finished at reasonable rates. European, American and Canadian Mould 
ings always in stock. 

3VIA.13EJ TO 



Advertisement. XIX 



ESTABLISHED 1817. 



3Banh of /Ifoontreal ! 



*"9<*^<i*>-*^^ 



CAPITAL (all paid up ... ... ... ... $12,000,000.00 

Reserve Fund and Undivided Profits ... ... 6,859,698.40 



2Xead Office, = - Dytontreat 



<>4<re>rt^ 



President Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Viscount Royal, G.C.M.G- 

Vice-President Hon. G. A. Drummond. 
E. S. Clouston - - General Manager. 

^ 



Branches in cucrp Province of tDc Dominion or Canada. 

WX>^^ 



NEW YORK Agents Bank of Montreal, 59 Wall Street. 

CHICAGO Bank of Montreal. 

BOSTON Merchants National Bank. 

LONDON, ENGLAND Bank of Montreal, 2 2 Abchurch Lane, E.G. 

LIVERPOOL Bank of Liverpool. 



AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE WOULD I 

^*<<-^<i<<4.-><K>><^<K^<K ^^<HMH^ 

F. J. HUNTER, Manager, - St. John s, Nfld. 



XX Advertisements. 



W. D. MOKISON & CO. 

FAMILY GROCERS. 



MATTRASSES AND FEATHER BEDS, PIL 
LOWS, BOLSTERS & FEATHERS, 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 



301 - WATER STREET, ST. JOHN S, NEWFOUNDLAND. - 301 








300 - WATER STREET, 300 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Boots and Shoes, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
OUTPORT ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. 

JOHN T, GILLARD, 

NOTARY PUBLIC, 

AVERAGE ADJUSTER, SHIP AND GENE 
RAL BROKER. 



WATER STREET, ST. JOHN S, NFLD. 



Advertisement. 



xxr 



L 




i 




GENERAL MERCHANTS 
and Importers* 



I 



Wholesale and Retail Exporters of all kinds of 






325 WATER STREET, 

St. John s, Newfoundland. 



BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS : 

WITLESS BAY, TOAD S COVE, FERRYLAND, RENEWS, 
NIPPER S HARBOR. JB"- Where Fishing Outfits can at 
all times be supplied. 



xxil Advertisements. 



Tie St. Jota s 




GAZETTE BUILDING, WATER-ST. 




l^^ 1 Cheapest and best. Fifty Candle power light for | of a cent per 
hour. For full particulars apply at the Offices of the St. John s Gas Light 
Company, " Gazette " Building. 




jgp" Latest development of the Incandescent Gas system. Gives 150 
Candle power with a consumption of 8 feet of gas per hour ; most suitable 
for street lighting and large rooms. 
Full particulars on application to 

W. H. RENNIE, 

Sec. St. John s Gas Light Co. 

ROBERT TEMPLETON, 

GFNERAL, IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OF 

IX>RSTER CANS, 

Has always on hand a large and varied stock of DRY GOODS, GRO 
CERIES, &c., which he offers at the lowest prices, ^^^ Highest price 
given for Lobsters. 

327 Water Street, - St. John s, Newfoundland. 

CHAPLIN, 



FIRST CLASS STOCK always on hand. 



NEW BUILDING I 

WATER STREET EAST, ST. JOHN S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Advertisement. xxni 



EAST SIDE CLIFT S COVE. 



James Baird 

NOW OCCUPIES HIS NEW PREMISES. 



The Corner 



With ii full stock of Staple and Fancy Diy Goods, Boots and 
Shoes, Lines, Twines, and Cordage ..... 



The Provision 



Entrance from Cove. Always on hand, Flour, Pork, Beef, 
Molasses, &c. Good value, and at lowest market rates . . 



The Grocery 



Next to Drapery Shop, with his usual full and varied stock 
of first class goods, first in quality and in price 



groceries, teas, Wines and Spirits. 



Outport friends will please note that we are prepared to handle Fish, 
Oil, Lobsters, and other produce on the most favorable terms. 



Storage and Wharfage Facilities. 



Sole Agents for Read Bros. " Dog s Head " Bottling Ale and Stout ; Win. 
McEwan, (Limited), " Bulk Beer ;" W. & A. Gilbey, " Wines and Sirits ;" 
"Royal Highland Blend Whiskey;" "Flor de Valde Cigars;" John 
Gillon & Co." (Limited), " Whiskey." 



XXIV 



Advertisements. 











The up to Date House for 

DRESS STUFFS, PRINTS, 

DELANES, MUSLINS, MILLINERY, 

Sackets, Capes, Waterproofs, 

UNDERCLOTHING, WINDOW HANGINGS, 

BED AND TABLE NAPERY, 
STAPLE DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES. 



Prompt and Careful attention to Outport 
Orders at JACKSOX & CO S. 




Co., Lira. 



TV /T ANUFACTURERS of Cooking, Parlour, Hall and Church 
IV J. Stoves, Gothic Grates, Mantelpieces, &c. ; Windlasses, 
Rouse Chocks, Hawser Pipes, and every variety of Ship and general 
Castings ; Churchyard or Cemetery Railings, Crestings, and all 
Architectural Castings, 

Manager. 



HUNT& CO. 



Wholesale Agents for the following brands of Flour : 

"GOLD SEAL," "GRAND," 
"KOBE," "LILLY WHITE," 

"DAKOTA," "CHARM," "TART." 



Advertisement. xxv 



SHEEP PRESERVATION! 



1. It shall be lawful for the duly qualified Electors resident wit 
District within this Colony, to present to the Governor in Council a I 



IJIHE following Sections of the Acts 47th Vic., Cap. 7, and 5Oth Vic., Cap. <J, 
for the Preservation of Sheep, are published in consolidated form for 
the information of the Public: 

within an area or 
Petition or Re 

quisition in the form prescribed in the schedule to this Act, or as near thereto as may 
be, setting forth the limits or boundaries within which such area or District is com 
prised, and the names of the towns, harbors or settlements included therein, and pray 
ing for a Proclamation prohibiting the keeping of Dogs within such area or District. 

2. Such Petition or Requisition shall be sent to the nearest resident Stipendiary 
Magistrate, and shall be by him (after examination ami certificate as hereinafter pro 
vided) furnished to the Governor in Council. 

3. Upon receipt of any such Petition or Requisition containing the signatures 
of not less than one-third of the Electors resident within any sndi area or District, 
certified as ato.csaid, the Governor in Council shall issue a Proclamation or Public 
Notice prohibiting the keeping of Dogs within such area or District. 

4. From and after the day prescribed in and by such Proclamation or Notice, it 
shall not lie lawful for any person, resident within such area or District to keep, or to 
have in his possession, or under. his control, any Dog within the area or District to 
which such Proclamation or Notice shall relate, under a penalty not exceeding Fifty 
Dollars, or imprisonment for a term not exceeding Three Months. This prohibition 
shall not apply to any person or persons travelling or passing through such area or 
Districts ami having a licensed Dog or Dogs in his or their possession, charge or con 
trol, and not large. 

5. It shall be the duty of all Police Constables to kill all Dogs found by them 
in any area or District in which the. keeping of Dogs is prohibited under this Act, 
except Shepherd Dogs or Collies, and those excepted nnder the next preceding sec 
tion, and all such Dogs not so excepted may be killed by any person whomsoever. 
And it shall lie lawful for any person to destroy any Dog kept in contravention of 
the provisions of this Act. 

%* All penalties under this Act may be sued for and recovered in a summary 
manner before a Stipendiary Magistrate or Justice of the Peace, and all fines shall 
be paid to the person who shall give information of the offence and prosecute the 
offender to conviction. 

SCHEDULE. -FORM OF PETITION OR REQUISITION. 

To His EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. IN COUNCIL : 

The Petition of the Undersigned humbly sheweth, 

That your Petitioners are duly qualified Electors residing in an area or section of 
the Electoral District of , comprised and bounded as follows : 

That the said area or section contains the following Towns (or Harbors or Settle 
ments, as the case may be). 

That your Petitioners are desirous, and humbly pray Your Excellency in Council, 
that a Proclamation or Notice be issued under the provisions of an Act passed in the 
Forty-seventh year of the Reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, Cap. 7, entitled 
"An Act to provide for the better Preservation of Sheep, and for other purposes," 
prohibiting the keeping of Dogs within the above described area or section of the 
said District, and your Petitioners will ever pray. 

Dated at , the day of , 189 . 



D. \A/ 

J. C3. COIN! ROY, 

Stipendiary Magistrates for Newfoundland. 
POLICE OFFICE, St. John s, November. 
4 



XXVI 



Advertisements. 




OFFICE: 339 WATER STREET, ST. JOHN S. 



Club opens March i5th and ends December 315!. For any 
information required apply to 

JAMES R. MOSS, Secretary. 




THIS HOTEL occupies a commanding and central position on 
Duckworth Street, between Prescptt and Victoria Streets. 
Its windows overlook the two chief thoroughfares, the Harbor and 
Narrows, and afford pleasant views at all times. It is most conve 
niently situated for business men, being almost in the heart of the 
business district, and within a few minutes walk of the Banks, the 
Steamship Piers, the Churches and Public Halls. It was specially 
designed and erected as an Hotel and is replete with every modem 
convenience for the accommodation of its sixty guests, being fitted 
up with Lavatories, Bath-rooms, Hot and Cold Water, Electric Bells, 
and is heated throughout by hot water, and lighted by electricity. 
Foreign and Outport travellers are cordially invited to visit the 
Hotel and examine its advantages. 



Mrs. . C. CROSBIE, 
Proprietress. 



J. C. CROSBIE, 
Manager. 



CHA8. W. H. TESSIEK, 

AGENT, GENERAL. IMPORTER OF FISHERY SUP 
PLIES AND GROCERIES. 



jg^ 1 Exporter of Codfish and Cod Liver Oil ; Export of Codfish to 
Brazil a specialty. Purchaser of Codfish, Cocloil, and general produce 
of the country. 



Advertisements. xxvii 



ESTABLISHED A. D. 1710. 



SUN INSURANCE OFFICE. 

OF LONDON, ENGLAND. 

Amount Insured 189 - 3SS,95O,OOO Stf?. 



A. S. RENDELL, - - Agent 

THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

OF NEW YORK. 
Assets Dec. 31st, 1896 #234,744,148.42 

A. S. RENDELL, - - Agent 

A, 8, RENDELL & Co, 

SHIP BROKERS AND GENERAL COMMISSION: 

MERCHANTS. 



175 Water Street St. John s, Md. 175 



Telegraphic Address : " HOMEFIELD," St. John s. 



xxvili Advertisements. 



[LATE OF J. & w. STEWART,] 

GENERAL, COMMISSION AGENT, ACCOUNTANT, 

ADJUSTER AND ARBITRATOR. 
Offioe s- 



REPEESENTING E. B. Eddy & Co., of Hull, Canada, " Paper, Paper 
Bag*, Fibreware, &c. ;" W. D. Stroiul & Sons, of Montreal, " China 
and Ceylon Teas ;" Canadian Bail way Accident Insurance Co., of Ottawa ; 
Holdsworth s and Carwithen s Estates. 

All business entrusted to me will receive personal supervision. 
Prompt returns for all consignments, which are solicited. 

fjglP Ontport orders, accompanied by cash, fish or other produce, filled 
satisfactorily. [Telephone 35 ; P.O.B. 892. 



t^^ 



Standard marble Works ! 



- < 



237 GOWER STREET. 



z 

* HEADSTONES, MONUMENTS, TO3IBS, 
CEMENT, PLASTER, &e. 

ENTIRE SATISFTCTION GUARANTEED. 

<&<f&rt<rtw^<>4*4<>^**^^ 




B Tailors! 



Is the leading House in Newfound 
land for Men s or Boy s Clothing. 



Advertisement. XXIX 



THE COLONIAL CORDAGE CO., Limited. 



A perfect Outfit for the Fish 
ery is 

The " SAMSON " 

Brand of Lines, (registered), made in Long Sed, Long 
Shore, 15, 18, and 21 M. St. Peter s, from the strongest 

and finest quality of Hemp grown. All sizes in Cotton 
Lines, barked or tarred, made from specially selected 
American Cotton ; and 

The Gold Medal 

Brand of Twine, (registered), hard, firm, suant, manufac 
tured from specially selected material, Hemp and Cotton, 
all sizes. 



If you have never used the " SAMSON " Line or 
"GOLD MEDAL" Twine, try them and save half 
the cost of your gear.-^H Sold by all respectable 
merchants. 



XXX 



Advertisements. 



GEJSTERAL, IMPORTER, 

Shippzpg and Commission Merchant. 



OFFICE : MARTIN S BUILDING, 

WATER STREET, ST. JOHN S, NFLD. 



, Boot it Shoe Majiufacturing Co,, Limited 




H 
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MANUFACTURERS OF BOOTS AND SHOES. Goodyear 
Welts, McKay Sewed, Hand arid Machine Pegged, and 
dealers in Rubbers and Overshoes. 

JAMES BA1RD, President. 
C. R. THOMPSON, Manager. 






[OPPOSITE BOWRING BROTHERS], 

I2r Dealer in Stoves, Tinware, Winrllasse?, Steering Wheels, Hawser 
Pipes, Rouse Chocks, Iron Pumps, and general Ship work. Jobbing and 
repairs attended to with dispatch. Satisfaction guaranteed. 



Water Street, 



St. John s, Newfoundland. 



Advertisement. xxxr 



Harvey & Co. 

AGENTS FOR 

XEW YORK, NEWFOUNDLAND, AND HALIFAX 

STEAMSHIP COMPANY. 

t_ _.___ ? 

Sr* s . PORTIA & SILVIA, 

UUXX1XO I .KTWFKX XFAY YOKK, HALIFAX AND ST lOllX S. 

BLACK DIAMOND LINE. 



Steamers Bonavista, Coban, Cacouna, Louisburg, 
and Cape Breton, 

RCNNLXO I;KT\VI;KX MONTREAL, i v . K. [SLAND, 

SYDXKV A XI) ST. JOHN S. 



THE DOMINION COAL COTY. 

Proprietors of the following Coal Mines : "VICTORIA," "RESERVE," 
"LITTLE GLACE BAY," "PHELAN," "CALEDONIA," "Cow BAY," 
"HARBOR SEAM," " RIGBY SEAM," and ""EMERY." 



The New York Board of Underwriters* 



THE BOSTON MARINE BOARD OF UNDER- 

WRITERS. 



EXPORTERS OF FISH, OIL, AND OTHER NEWFOUNDLAND PRODUCE, 
AND GENERAL IMPORTERS. 



WATER STREET EAST, ST. JOHN S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 



xxxii Advertisements. 



<*U D. RYANl* 

GENERAL IMPORTER, 

AND DEALER IN PROVISIONS AND GROCERIES, 
WINES AND SPIRITS. 

281 Water Street, St. John s, N,F. 28 7 



Sole Agent for Messrs. A. Drouillard & Co., "Cognac, Brandies ;" Sacell 
Brewery Co., Paisley, "Ales ami Stout ;" Messrs. ( ).-terlmtt\t Schmidt, 
Hamburg, " Cigars." [Telephone No. 25 ; P.O.B. 884. 



Do NOT pay 50 cts. for Jamaica Gillger when you can 
get the same size but better quality at our Store for 3octs. bottle. 

J8@= Use EMERALD BAKINCi POWDER !" the 

cheapest and purest on the market. 

For chapped hands, etc., try the best remedy 



O MARA S HAIR LOTION prevents the hair falling off, 
and is unrivalled as a dressing. 




Water Street, St. John s, Newfoundland. 

PARTICULAR attention given to sales of Codfish, Lobsters, and 
all sorts of native produce. The highest prices obtained, and 
all kinds of provisions shipped at the lowest wholesale rates. Cor 
respondence solicited. [P. O. Box 711. 



Advertisement. xxxill 



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X 

^l^/v M^*-^l /*^**/4.^4v, J .W. WITHERS, 



Clx Ropal 6azem. 



PROPRIETOR. 



LAW FORA\5, CARDS, BILL HEADJ, LETTER HEADJ, 
5M1PPINQ FORt^;^, ^^"AND ALL OYMEK JOE 

EXECUTED WIT!-! DSirATCM. 

] ; OFFICE GAZETTE BUILDING. WATER STREET, ST. JOHN S. NEWFOUNDLAND. 

, -bW<><&rt4<K~!rJ^<*>4-<><r+<*>^^ 



Shipping and Commission Merchant. 



Office arid Stores : 

WATER STREET, - - ST. JOHN S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 



xxxiv Advertisements. 



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ESTABLISHED 1857. 



BOOKS AND PERIODICALS of all kinds, Account Books, Writing 
and Printing Papers, Office and School requisites of all kin. Is, Musi 
cal Instruments and Music, Artists materials, riiaiN ami XauiiVal U oiks, 
Fishing Tackle, Football, Cricket and Tennis Goods, l i].> - and Smol 
requisites of all kinds. High class Kancv (Jouds and Toys of every de 
scription. Playing Cards, Bezique Sets and oilu-r Ciaim-. ( ;.,od> (JC all 
kinds imported to order, witli despatch, and al lo\\c-t rab 

Water Street, St. John s, Nat found land. 



.^<H^e-o-<^<^ 

S.P.C.K. fipAv i nnnni Awn DEPOT. ! 




Importers of all kinds of Fancy Goods, Glassware Novel 
ties, Toys, &c. Books of all kinds constantly on hand. 
Printing and Picture Framing promptly attended to. Best 
attention to Outport orders. 



2o6 Water Street, St. John s, Newfoundland. 206 I 

Sfl^&trltWWSWXf*^^ 

LAWRENCE BROTHER^ 

Carriage and Sleigh Builders 




139 Gower Street, St. John s, Newfoundland. - 13 



INDEX. 



PAGE 
Academies Roman Catholic, Hr. 

Grace 157 

Congregational ... lii:! 

Agriculture Board of 23 

Agricultural Stivlc and Produce in 

Newfoundland ... ... ... 2 2l 

Assembly 1 1 " 18.\ 

Attorney General ... ... ... 137 

Bailiffs in St. John s and Outsorts 1 10 

Banks in Newfoundland ... ... 175 

Barristers and Solicitors, Sii|>ivnie 

Court 1:17 

Block House, Signal Slafinu ... 2~i 
Boards of Education, viz. : 

Chuivli nt Kii-land 154 

Rom 1:1 i t Imlic ... ... 158 

Methodist (and see Ap.) ... |ti() 

Presbyterian ... ... ... 163 

Congregational ... ... 163 

med Church n;:! 

Board of Health (and see. Ap.) ... 172 

Boards Road (and see Ap. ) ... _ <!- - !7 

Board of Kevennc ... ... ... I! 1 

Board of Works Department 
Board of Works ( liairman, Mem- 

bers of, and Office 2-1 

British Ministry The 17 

Broker Authorized (Customs) ... 19 

By-Elections 18e 

Calendar of Months, &c., 1898 ... ! 15 

Chancery Master in 137 

Chief Justice 137 

Chief Towns and Villages in Ntld. 

(population of) ... 

Circuits of Court ... ... ... ! > " 

Clergymen of the Church of Eng 
land in Newfoundland ... ... 165 

Clergymen of the Church of Rome 

in Newfoundland ... ... 167 

Clergymen of the Method t Church 

in Newfoundland ... ... 169 

Clergymen of the. Presbyterian 

Church in Newfoundland ... 171 
Clergymen of the Congregational 

Church in Newfoundland ... 171 
Clergymen of the Reformed Ch. 

in Newfoundland ... ... 1/1 

Clerks of the Peace (and see Ap.) 

Clerks of the Supreme Court ... 137 
Close Time for Game and Fish ... 

Clubs in St. John s 195 

Collector of Customs Assistant. . . 19 
Colleges, viz. : 

Church of England (see Ap.) 

Theological (Church of Eng.) 167 



PAGE 

Colleges, viz. : 

St. Bonaventure 157 

Methodist 160 

Presbyterian ... ... ... 163 

Col. and Continental Ch. Society. 154 

Colonial Secretary, and Office ... 19 
Commissioner of Poor, and Office 
(and see Ap. ) 

C .iiiini- sioner.s of Pilots 173 

Commissioners of Supreme Court 

in Newfoundland and Abroad... 1 - 38-139 

( iimiiiis nfrsof Wrecked Property 21 
( lommon \<>fes I m (he Year 

( onstablcs Local... ... ... 147 

Constabulary St. John s and Out 

ports 145-148 

Consuls Foreign ... 177 

Convent Schools ... 158 

Courts, viz. : Supreme 136 

District 141 

Crown Lands Office 22 

Customs Department ... ... 19 

Deer Close time for ... ... 183 

Debt Public, of Great Britain 

and Colonies 220 

Debt Public, of Newfoundland, 

1886-1S96 215 

Departmental Officers ... ... 18 

Directory of Nnd. (Post Office) ... 98-136 
Distances Table of, (Newfound 
land and Foreign) 199-203 

District Courts [and see Ap.] ... 141 

District Surgeons [and see Ap.] ... 149 

Dock Newfoundland Graving ... 182 

Eclipses in 1898 3 

1-M u M( km Government Boards 
of, viz. : 

Church of England 154 

Church of Rome 158 

Methodist (and see Ap.) ... 160 

Presbyterian ... ... ... 163 

Congregational 163 

Reformed Church 163 

Education Superintendents of ... 152 
Educational Department Gov 
ernment ... ...157-164 

Elections, 1897 Result of ... ISA 
Examiners for granting Certifi 
cates to School Teachers, 154, 157., 163 
Examiners for granting Certifi 
cates to Masters and Mates (and 

see Ap. ) ... ... 152 

Executive Council ... ... ... 18 

Executive Councils since 1855 ... 190-191 

Expenditure Nfld., 1886 1895 96. 215 



II 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Expenditure Detailed Compara 
tive Statement of Newfoundl d, 

1894- 95- 96 217 

Exports Value of Newfoundland, 

1893, 1895-96 218 

Exports Principal articles of 

1S9S, 1895- 96 218 

Factories, Mills, &c., in Nfld. ... 221 

Ferries ami Ferrymen [see Ap.] ... 37 

Fish Close time for 183 

Fishermen and Sailor s Home ... 183 

Fisheries Bank and Seal .. ... 29.2 

Fisheries Department ... ... 182 

Fisheries Newfoundland. 1895... 223 
Fisheries Value of Canadian ami 

Newfoundland, 1893- 94 ... 223 

Fire Department Constabulary .. 148 
Fog Signals, Nfld., Canadian in 

Nfld. and St. Pierre 39,52 

Game Close time, for ... ... 183 

Gaols and Gaolers 2f> 

Geological Surveyor, and Depart. 22 

Government Engineer, and Office . 23 

Government Telegraphs 23 

Governor of Newfoundland ... 18 

Governors of Nfld. since 1729 ... isi 

Governor s Secretary ... ... 18 

Harbor Dues, St. John s ... .. 22 

Harbor Master, St. John s [and 

see Ap.] ... ... ... ... 22 

Health Officers, St. John s and 

Outports [and see Ap.] 172 

High and Low Water (time of) in 

Newfoundland Harbors.. ... 206 

Higher Education, Council of ... 152 

Hospitals, St. John s [and see Ap.] 24 

House of Assembly 18.\ 

Imports Value of Newfoundland, 

1836, 1895- 96 215 

Imports Principal articles of 

1893, 1895 - 96 219 

Incorporated Companies, &e. ... 182 

Inspector-General of Constabulary 145 

Inspector of Meats l, r >0 

Inspectors of Pickled Fish and Oils 149 

Inspectors of Schools 152 

Inspectors of Weights and Mea 
sures ... ISO 

Judges Supreme Court 137 

District Court [see Ap.] . 141 
Judicial Department [and see Ap.] 136-145 
Justices of the Peace (and see Ap.; 141-144 
Keeper of Colonial Building ... 25 
Keepers of Lighthouses in New 
foundland [and see Ap,] ... 41-51 

Labrador Mail Service 94 

Latitude and Longitude of various 

Harbors in Newfoundland ... 205 

Law Society Benchers 137 

Legislative Acts, 1897 Synopsis of 192 

Legislative Council 18 

Light Dues . . 209 



PAGE 

Lighthouse Department [see Ap.] 
Lighthouses in Nfld., Canadian in 

Nfld., and St. Pierre 39-51 

Lloyds Surveyor ... ... ... 20 

Loans, Nfld., Debenture and Pub 
lic Debt, 1886, 1895- 96 ... 215 

Lunatic Asylum ... 24 

Magistrates Stipendiary [see Ap.] 141 
Mails Information relative to 

route and despatch 93 

Masters and Mates Rules rela 
tive to Examination and Fees 

for Certificates for 151 

Medical Hoard ... 171 

Medical Practitioners in Nfld. ... 171 

Mercantile Marine Office ... ... 21 

Meteorological Register, 1897 ... 4-15 
Money Order Offices, St. John s 

and Outports 86-93 

Money Orders Rules relative to 

and Commission on 58 

Moon Phases of 4-15 

Museum 23 

Municipal Council, Office and 

Officers, St. John s 172 

Municipal Assessment, St. John s 173 

Newspapers printed in the Colony 183 

Notaries Public 144 

Officials Government, viz. : 

Board of Works Department 24 

Colonial Secretary s Office ... 19 

Customs Department ... 19 

Departmental ... ... ... 18 

Government Engineer s Office 23 

House of Assembly ISA 

Legislative Council ... ... 18 

Lighthouse Depart, [see Ap.] 38 

Money Order Office 58 

Museum 23 

Penitentiary ... 25 

Police Courts [and see Ap.]... 141 

Police Force 145 

Poor Commissioner s Depart. 

[and see Ap.] 149 

Postal Department [and see 

Ap.] 53 

Registrar General, Births, &c. 148 
Registrar Union and Commer 
cial Bank Notes 148 

Supreme Court [and see Ap.] 136 

Surveyor General s Depart. ... 22 

Treasury ... 19 

Parcel Post and Rates 62 

Patents in force in Newfoundland 179 

Penitentiary 25 

Pickled Fish & Oils Inspectors of 149 

Pillar Boxes in St. John s 54 

Pilots and Commissioners of Pilots 174 

Pilotage Rates of 174 

Police Force, St. John s and Out- 

ports 146,147 

Poor House, St. John s ... 25 



INDEX. 



Ill 



PAGE 

Poor Commissioner s Department 

[and see Ap.] 149 

Population of chief towns and vil 
lages in Nfld., Census 1891 ... 222 
Population of Nfld., according to 

Denomination, Census 1891 ... 221 
Population of Nfld., Male and 

Female, Census 1891 222 

Population, St. John s, Census 91 18 

Port Charges, St. John s 209 

Postal Rates Local, Inland and 

Foreign 55-85 

Postmaster General 53 

Post Office Department of the 

General [and see Ap.] 53-97 

Post Office Directory 98-136 

" Geu l directions to Public 96 

11 Parcel Post and Rates ... 62 
Branch Offices, St. John s 

[and see Ap.] 53 

Pillar Boxes, St. John s.. 54 

" Rules and Regulations ... 54 

Post Offices in Outports [see Ap.] 86 

Post-terminal Sittings of Court ... 136 

Prelates, former, Church of Eng. 165 

Church of Rome 167 
Preventive Officers... 
Proclamations Prohibiting Sale of 

Intoxicating Liquors 185 

Proclamations under Sheep Pro 
tection Acts 187 

Public Debt of Great Britain and 

Colonies ... ... 220 

Public Debt of Newfoundland, 

1886, 1895- 96 215 

Public Debt Office 19 

Quarantine Officers [and see Ap.] 24 

Queen s Counsel ... ... ... 137 

Queen s Printer ... ... ... 171 

Railroad Mileage of some of the 

chief countries of the world ... 198 

Railway Stations and Fares ... 178 

Receiver General, and Office ... 19 
Registrar General, Births, &c., and 

Office 148 

Registrar of Union and Commer 
cial Bank Notes 148 

Registrar of Shipping ... ... 20 

Registrar of Deeds... ... ... 137 

Relieving Officers in Outports [and 

seeAp.] 149 

Revenue of Newfoundland, 1886, 

1895- 96 21 P 

Revenue of Newfoundland, Com 
parative Detailed Statement of, 

1894- 95- 96 ... 216 



TAGS 

Road Boards, Outport [and see 

Ap.] 26-37 

Road Inspector, St. John s [and 

see A p.] 24 

Royal Family 16 

Rulers of some of the chief coun 
tries in the world ... ... 3 

Sanitary Department, St. John s 

Municipal Council 172 

Seasons 3 

Schools, viz. : 

Central Training ... ... 154 

Convent 158 

Presbyterian 163 

St. Patrick s 157 

St. John s Training (Congre 
gational) 163 

Schools Return of Government . 164 
Sheriffs, Central, Northern aud 

Southern Districts [and see Ap.] 137 

Slid ill s, Deputy, in Outports ... 137 

Shipping Master, and Office ... 21 
Shipping, Registered, of the prin 
cipal countries of the world, 

and of Newfoundland ... ... 223 

Shipping Surveyors of 20 

Signals & Signalmen, Block House 25 

Signals of Atlantic S. S. Lines ... 207 
Societies in St. John s 

Solicitors of Supreme Court ... 137 

Stamp Vendors (licensed) ... 54 

Statutes, 1897 Synopsis of ... 192 

Sub-Collectors of Customs ... 20 

Supreme Court [aud see Ap,] ... 136 

Surveyor Lloyds .. 20 

Surveyor General, and Departm t -1 
Surveyors Deputy Land [and see 

Ap.] 22 

Surveyors of Shipping ... ... 20 

Superintendent of Fisheries 

Superintendents of Education ... 152 

Synod Diocesan of Xewfoundl d 167 

Tariff Customs , of Newfoundl d 209 

Telegraph Stations & Rates (local) 23 

" (foreign) 177 

Terms of Court 136 

Time Difference of, between. St. 

John s and foreign places ... 204 

Towage Rates 174 

Treasury Department ... ... 19 

Water Companies Harbor Grace 

and Carbonear ... 173 

Water Rates St. John s, Harbor 

Grace and Carbonear ... ... 173 

Weights & Measures Inspectors. 150 

Wreck Commissioners 21 



IV 



INDEX. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Angel, James, & Co., Dry Dock, 

(Inside front cover). 
Alliance Marine and Geu l Marine 
Insurance. Company 

Ayre, John Bulley, Fancy goods . 

Ayre & Sous, (Outside back cover). 

Baine, Johnston & Co., Importers 

Baird, James, Groceries, Teas, etc. 

Bank of Montreal 

Bennett, E. W., & Co., Kiverhead 
Brewery, [before title page]. 

Bishop and Monroe, General Mer 
chants, (Title page). 

Black Diamond Line, Harvey & 
Co., Agents 

Bowring Bros., Importers, [before 
title page]. 

British and Foreign Marine Insur 
ance Co., H. J. Stabb 

Callahan, Glass & Co., Cabinet 
makers, Upholsterers, etc. 

Carnell s Carriage Factory 

Carter, Geo. J., General Importer 

Chaplin, King of Tailors 

Chisholm, J. F., Stationer 

Clift, Wood & Co., General Ship 
ping, &c. , Merchants ... 

Clouston, Wm. J., Tinware, etc. . 

Colgate s Sterling Soap 

Colonial Cordage Co., Limited ... 

Commercial Union Fire, Life and 
Marine Assurance Co., limited, 
H. J. Stabb 

Com sion Merchants, Martin Bros. 

Connors, M., West End Drug Store 

Connors, Frank J.. Saddler, etc., 
[before title page]. 

Consular Agent for Italy, Henry 
J. Stabb 

Cormack, John, Queen Fire Insur 
ance Company ... 

Courtney. W. T . 

Cowan, John, General Commis 
sion Agent, etc 

Crosbie s Hotel 

Diamond, Levi, Dealer in Stoves, 
Tinware, etc 

Dicks & Co., Bookbinders, etc. ... 

Dominion Coal Co., Harvey & Co., 
Agents 

Dry Dock, James Angel & Com yj 
(Inside front cover). 

Duley, T. J., & Co., Watchmakers 

Encourage Home Industries [be 
fore title page]. 



PACE 



II 
8 

11 
23 
19 



31 



12 

14 
30 
22 
34 

3 

9 

6 

29 



18 
12 

28 
26 

30 
10 

31 



PACE 

Excelsior Laundry 10 

Galaxy Flour, Rothwell & Bow- 
ring, Agents, (Inside back cover), 

Game Protection Society 15 

Garland, S. E., Bookseller, [before 

title page]. 

Gillard, John T., Notary Public 
Average Adjuster, etc. ... ... 20 

Goodridge, A., & Sons, General 

Merchants and Importers ... 21 
(Iray and Goodland, Printers, etc. 34 
Harvey & Co., Agents for New 

York, etc., Steamship Company 31 
Hay ward, A. 0., Agents Phenix 

Insurance Company 8 

Hearn & Co., Commis. Merchants 6 

Hunt & Co., Brokers, etc. ... 24 

Jackmau, The Tailor ... ... 28 

Jackson & Co. , Dress Stuffs, etc. . 24 
Job Bros. & Co., Importers Bri 
tish and American goods ... 5 
Jordan, P., & Son, Tailors, etc. ... 11 

Kehoe, M. , Boots and Shoes ... 20 
Knight, James R., General Im 
porter, etc. ... ... ... 33 

Laurence s Spectacles, McMurdo, 

Thos., & Co 3 

Lawrence Bros., Carriage Builders 34 
Lloyds Surveyor ... ... ... 16 

Maunder, John, Tailor, etc. ... 14 

March. S., & Sons, Shipowners, 

Coal and Commission Merchants 12 
Mare, Robert L,, Broker, etc. ... 13 

Martin Bros. , Com sion Merchants 2 

Martin. J. H., & Co., Hardware . 7 

Merchant s Bank of Halifax ... 14 
Michaels, A. L., & Co., Jewellers 8 

Montreal Board of Underwriters, 

H. J. Stabb 1 

Morrison, W. D,, & Co., Family 
Grocers ... ... ... ... 20 

Mutual Life Insurance Com y, (of 

New York) 27 

MeCoubrey. A, G., Grates, etc. ... 8 

Mclutyre, J., Standard Marble 

Works 28 

McMurdo, Thos.. & Co., Druggists 3 
Neal, Geo., Commission Merchant 10 
Newfoundland Boot & Shoe Manu 
facturing Company, Limited ... 30 
Newfoundland Consolidated Foun 
dry Company, Limited 24 

Newfoundland Mutual Marine In 
surance Club ... ... ... 26 

Oke, John C., Carriage Builder ... 18 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

O Mara s Drug Store 32 

Parker & Monroe, Boots & Shoes . 6 

Parsons, S. H,, Photo. Artist ... 16 

Phenix Insurance Co. (Brooklyn). 8 
Phoenix Fire Insurance Company, 

W. & G. Rendcll, Agents . .. 4 

Pinsent, Chas. A. M., Broker, etc. 13 

Queen Fire Insurance Company ... 18 

Railway Nfld. X. an. I W. ... 17 

Reliance Marine Insurance Com 
pany, H. J. Stalil . 1 
Reudell, A. S., & Company, Ship- 
brokers, etc. .. . . ... 27 

Rendell, W. & G., Phoenix Fire 

Insurance Co. ... ... ... 4 

Riverhead Brewery, E. W, Ben- 

nett & Co., [before title page], 

Royal Insurance Company ... "> 
Ryan, J. D. , General Importer ... 

Sheep Preservation 25 

Small wood, F., Boots and Shoes . 9 



PAGE 
Stabb, H. J., & Co., Agents for 

Standard Life Assur. Co., &c. ... 1 
Standard Life Assurance Comp y, 

H. J. Stabb 1 

Standard Marble Works 

St. John s Gas Light Company .. 22 
St. John s Nail Manufacturing Co. 11 
Stott, James, Gen l Import !. &c. 
Sun Insurance Ofh cc (of London). 27 
Tcmpleton, Robert, General Im 
porter, etc, ... ... ... -- 

Tessier, Chas. W. H.. Agent, etc. 26 
Union Marine Insurance Co. 

Vey, Photographer IS 

West End Drugstore, M. Connors :; 

West End Pharnin. \ 12 

Wheatley, Geo. , Lloyds : ]>; 

\Vinr, &c., Merchant, Jam< - Stot! 1 

Woods, Sidney, Hardwiu. . Xr. ... 4 
Wright, Robert, Mann(:i lMrcr-. 

and Commission Avnl ... : .. 




APPENDIX. 



Appointments, Jtc., xi>i-<- i/oiinj to IH-CSH : 

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. 

Harbor Master. Pagi- ._. 
HAUBOR MASTER Omit Edward Knglisli. 

BOARD OF WORKS DEPARTMENT. 

Board of Works. Page 24. 

.\ ltd after Clerks SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.!. T. Southcott. 
iNsi-EiTou OF ROADS, ST. JOHN S Omit P. Murphy. 

Lunatic Asylum. --Page 21. 
.\il<l llr.siDFNT PHYSICIAN Dr. L. E. Keegau. 

Public Buildings. Page 38. 

SUPERINTENDENT Omit William Churchill ; add 3. T. Southcott. 

ROAD BOARDS. 

District of St. Barbe. Page 20. 

2. BONNE BAY AM G, W. Wilton, J. R. Roberts, S. Roberts, R. Shej.j.ar.l : 
omit S. Wilton, sr., J. McL. Muir. 

District of Bonavista. Page 2!>. 
30, KING S COVE Add R. Lawton ; umit Rev. T. E. Lynch. 

District of Trinity. Page 31. 

22. CHANCE COVE Add Henry Winton. 

23. BELLEVUE (TICKLE COVE) Add John Murphy. 

35. HANT S HARBOR Add E. Greene : omit John Short. 

District of Harbor Main. Page 34. 
3. SALMON COVE Add P. O Brien ; omit E. O Brien. 

District of Placentia and St. Mary s. Page 34. 

2. PETER S RIVER [New Board] To be the Board : Thos, Connors, W. Lundri- 
gau, M, Lvmdrigan. 

2. HOLYROOD [New Board] To be the Board : P, St. Croix, John St. Croix, 
T. Stamp, D. Hayward, T. Halleran. 

POINT LANCE [New Board] To be the Board: R, J, Carew, jr., E, Carew. 
John Carew, sr,, Michael Carew, sr,, Philip Carew, 

RAGGED ISLANDS [New Board] To be the Board : William Mitchell, John 
Warren, James Brown. 

26. AUDIERNE Add William Jarvis, sr. ; omit P. Power, 

District of Fortune Bay. Page 36. 
10. BAT D EsPOlR Add Rev. H. Renouf. 

District of Burg-eo and I>a Poile. Page 36. 

3. BURGEO To be the Board : John Colback, T. Moulton, W. Taylor, L. For 
ward, J. Caines, R, Porter, Jos, Anderson. 



APl KNIHV II 



t> LA POILE To be the Board : G. F. Read, IF,MIV\ Kiles, Henry Jeffreys, 
illiam Stone, sr., C. Colliers. 

9, KURNT ISLAND .1(W J. T. Hiscock ; //(./< J. M. Arnold. 
11. CHANNEL Add A. Pnllens ; omit A. Power. 

FERRYMEN. I agv 38, 
TKIMTY Replace Ke-inald Mills % William Quinlaii. 

LIGHTHOUSES. Page 12. 

1 1 Mini in ( ;i;.u i; HAUBOU LIGHT Replace G Parsons by Henry Thomey, sr. 
HARBOR HIJACK ISLAND-- Replace T, Sheppard /<// .1. ( . Hayter. 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Post Office, St. John s.- P;w 53. 

0//i/7 ;ill ullirials down to ,-uid ir.rludiii^ those nl tin- " C oastal Travelling Post 
li -i ," ami read it / whole staff ;is follows, viz. : 

POSTW \--iii: <|I:M;I:AI, lames 0. Fraser. 
Kihviinl Deveivux. 



St John s Office, General Department. 

FIRST CLEUK \NH \> i.ii NTANT G. W. Lr . \losiiricr. 
ASSISTANT Vccoi XTANT E. A. I ayn. 

-Alexander Kwin^ 1 
TILIKM < i I.I;K .lames ( ani|ilM-ll. 
KOI I:TII CI.I:I:K John H. (. lark.-. 
FIFTH ( I, KIIK-- Arthur W. Martin. 
ii CLERK -William < amjibell. 

UK. Henry Short is. 
I- JCIITII CLERK Hector Fras.-r. 

XlXTH r LERK John A. Xucl. 

TENTH C F.ERK Harold Mews. 
FIRE JEAN William Thistle. 
\\"ATCHJEAN Michael Fiunerty. 

LETTER CARRIERS H. Blaekh r. .1. llvull>. H. .1. McGrregor, \V. S. Shaim. 
!;. Gladney, W. Korsyth, F. Du Tot. 

Money Order Office. 

Si. pi.TJNTKNDENT Henry B. Dryer. 
CLERK George B. Lloyd. 

Railway Mail Clerks. 

ST. JOHN S TO HARBOR GRACE James Coughlan, Janms .1. Co 
\. N. & W. RAILWAY Charles Nicol, Mark Davis. 

Mail Clerks, Coastal Steamers. 

WEST John W. Kinsella. 
NORTH John F. Newman. 
LABRADOR John C. Mesher. 

Branch Offices. 

A (lil MO.NKSTIAVN Miss Spry. 

Postmasters. 

Page 88. FORTUNE Replace Miss Tuck by Miss A. Bennett. 

Page 89. HERRING NECK Replace W. F. Coaker l>>/ Miss K. (. issels. 

Page 92. Add St. John s, Monkstown, Miss Spry. 



Ill APPENDIX. 



JUDICIAL. 

Justices of the Peace. Page 141. 

For. THI: COLONY Frederick W. Willway, M. D,, L<iln-(t<l< r. 

James A. Wilson, Rif/nM, J.(iln-t1<i,-. 

Edward Doyle, Chan if!. 

Joseph O Reilly, St. John s (Customs Department). 

Joliu Babbitts, Briyus. 

John Jardine, Bay Roberts. 

Robert Simpson, Carbonear. 

Philip T. Clement. Channel. 

Ebene2er March, Old J fi lii-ini. 

William J. Scott, Tvill iH<i<il -. 

Patrick Walsh, ,S7. J/ 

James E. Burgess, Bain Harbor. 

William Ashbourne, Twill in - 
SOUTHERN DISTRICT John F. Roach, BI-K a f n. 

Clerks of the Peace. Page 141. 
; ; MIIIOE GKACE VV. J, Lynch. 

iONEAU 0. 



Stipendiary Magistrates Page 141. 

Hectare J. Hippisly ly A. Penney. 
HAEBOR BRITON 7,vy,/,/r, p. Huberl /<// G. R. Lilly. 
CHANNEL Replace R. T. Squ:nv\ by K, Doyle. 
\\.\\~ op ISLANDS Replace G, R. Lilly lj R. T. Squ 
LITTLE BAY and PILLEY S ISLAND J. B. Blandforcl. 



< tut it LA SCIE D. Duggan. 

PILLEY S ISLAND T, Peytmi. 
! OGO S. Baird. 
&REENSPOND R. Rice. 



Omit TRINITY G. H. Cole. 

OLD PEIILICAN G. Tuff. 
" BRIGUS J. B Thompson. 
" HARBOR MAIN T. O Donnell. 



Omit BURGBO G, Q. Hunt. 

Sheriffs. -Page 137. 

NORTHERN DISTRICT Replace A. H. Seymour by J. Carter [acting]. 
C KNTKAL DISTRICT Lionel T. Chancey [acting] liy J. Carter [acting]. 

BELIEVING OFFICERS.- Page 149. 

POKT-DE-GRAVK Replace G. Andrews by Henry Taylor. 

HARBOR MAIN Replace T. P. O Donuell by E. Murray. 

SOTJTH SHORE. CONCEPTION BAY Replace George Sqn ires by Wm. Tilley. 

INSPECTOR OF MEATS. Page 150. 
Omit William Cook. 

EDUCATIONS 

Church of England College. Page 153. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Add Rev. G. H, Bolt, M.A. 

Methodist Boards. Page li.:j. 
52, PETITES Add Rev. H, J. Creasy ; omit Rev, S. Kailyard. 

BOARD OF HEALTH, ST, JOHN S.- Page ITi. 

By Order in Council the functions of the Board of Health for the Electoral Dis 
trict of St. John s are exercised by A. J. Harvey, M. D., who is also Medical Health 
Officer for the said District. 

HARBOR GRACE WATER COMPANY. Pagp 17::. 

DIRECTORS Omit A, H. Seymour ; add W. Ward. 



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