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A GIFT 

TO THE LIBRARY OF 

MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY 

OF NEWFOUNDLAND 

FROM THE COLLECTION OF 

J. R. SMALLWOOD 



A Year 



AY 

Book AND ALMANAC!^f 

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or NEWFOUNDLAND 



FOR 



1903: 



Containing A Calendar and Nautical 
Intelligence for the year: 



AUTHENTIC AND VALUABLE INFORMATION RELATING TO PUBLIC 

OFFICES, INSTITUTIONS, BANKS, &C., &C., OF THE COLONY, 

TOGETHER WITH A CAREFULLY REVISED 



DIRECTORY 



OK ALL TOWNS, VILLAGES, AND SETTLEMENTS IN THE 

ISLAND. 



ST. JOHNS, N. F. : 
J. W. Withers, King's Printer. 

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APPENDIX. 



The following appointments, &c.., have been uiaile since going to press— (to date 
Gazette, Dec. 30th, 1902) :— 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL— page 17. 

After Hon. E. P. Morris, K. C, add Minister of Justice. 

Add Hon. Eli Dawe, Minister of Agriculture and Mines ; Hon. H. Gear, xoith- 
cut portfolio. 

DEPARTMENTAL. OFFICERS, (not in Cabinet)-page 17. 

Omit Eli Da-we, Minister of Agricidture and Mines. 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (By-Elections)— page 19. 

Bay-de-Veude. 

To fill vacancy occurring from the acceptance, by the Hon. H J. B. Woods, of 
ab office of emolument under the Crown :— 

I. Mercer ... ... ... ... ... 841 

W. P. Roger.son ... ... ... ... 721 

Trinity. 

To till vacancy occurring from the acceptance, by the Hon. W. H. Horwood and 
G. M. Johnson, Esq., K. C, ot offices of emolument under the Crown : — 

R. Watson ... ... ... ... ... 1,456 

W. Warren ... ... ... ... ... 1,421 

A. H. Martin ... ... ... ... 1,107 

JI. Dawe ... ... ... ... ... 1,101 

St. John's West. 

To fill vacancy occurring from the acceptance, by the Hon. E. P. Morris, K. C, 
of an office of emolument under the Crown : — 

Hon. E. P. Morri«, K. C, unopposed. 

House of Assembly— page ii>. 
Add I. Mercer, W. Warren, R. Watson. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. 
Inspectors of Weigrhts and Measures- page 21, 

Bay op Islands— For D. J. Gilker, read R. W. Barbour. 

District Surgeons— page 22. 
SlV John's East— F-or Dr. K, D. McKeiizie, 7-ead Dr. T. M. Mitchell,. 

General Hospital— page 22. 

Add, Superintending Nurse — Miss Southcott. 
Matron — For Miss Campbell, read Miss Hannaford. 

Lunatic Asylum— pags 22. 

Mairon—Omit Miss Scott. 



APPENDIX. 



Public Health— page 22. 
For Dr. K. D. McKeiizie, read Dr. A. Brelim. 

Health Offlceps— page 23. 

St. John's — For Dr. K. D. McKeuzie, read Dr. A, Brehni, 

Medical Practitioneps in Newfoundland -page 23. 
St. John's— 0»h'(; Dr K. D. McKeiizie. 

Post Office— page 24. 

Postmaster Oeneral—Yox H J. B. Woods, read Hon. H. J. B. Woods. 
Clerks— Omit John C. Mesher, add M. F. Aylward. 
Letter Carriers— Omit Arthur W. Shaiio, add Harrison Crocker, 
Travelling Post Office— Add, Mail Clerk, Coastal, lFw<— Arthur W. Shane. 

EDUCATIONAL. 
Roman Catholic Boards— page 12S. 
ii//^w,s— For Very Rev. E. F. Walsh, read'Rt. Eev. Monsgr. E. F. Walsh, V. G. 

Methodist Boards- page 130. 

16. Lower Island Cove — Add John W. Louis, Wm. Bussey, Philip S, Cooper; 
'lit Thomas Cooper, John Turner. 

24. Britannia Cote— Add Willis Gullifnrd, omit Pierce Currie. 

34, Xewtovm — Add Rev. F. W. Foote (Newtown), Jacob Andrews (Cape Islands). 

Methodist Board of Examiners for granting- Certificates to 

Teachers— page ih4. 

Add Ezra Lodge. 

Congregational Boards— page 134. 

T Will in gate— ^ ox Andrew Grey, read, Andrew Gray. 
Academy (St. John's)— Omit Miss Christian. ' 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. 
Minister of Justice, &c,— page 136. 
Insert Hon. E, P. Morris, K.C.. LLD. 

King's Counsel— page 138. 
Add J. A. Clift, F. J. Morris. 

Justices of the Peace (Colony)— page 145. 

Add G. Shea (Mayor of St. John's); J. P. Hoarn (Brigus) ; Thomas J. Walsh 
^atalina). 

Notaries Public— page 150. 
Add G. W. B. Ay re, LLB., Island— St. John's. 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND CUSTOMS. 
Preventive Officers- page 156. 
Whitbourne — For W. Spracklin, read Harold Leslie (acting). 



APPENDIX. Ill 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND MINES. 

Minister — For Eli Dawe, read Hon, Eli Dawe. 

DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES. 
Fisheries' Board— page 159. 
Add Alex. McDougall, Win. C. Job. 

Commissioners of 'Wpeeked Ppoperty— page 160. 

Add, From Cape Bonavista to English Head, in District of Trinity — 
W. J. Janes, 

Quarantine Officers, St. John's— page 102. 
For Dr. K. D. McKenzie, read Dr. A. Brelim. 

OUTPORT ROAD BOARDS. 
District of Twillingate. 

18. Robert's .4r»i— (page 1^9)— Add C, W. Warr, Mark Rowsell, Jas. Paddiek. 

District of Trinity. 

2. Little Catalina — (page 193) — Add Jos. G. Stead, 

ECCLESIASTICAL. 
Roman Catholic Church— Diocese of Harbor Grace— page 205. 

Brigus— For Very Rev. E. F. Walsh, V. G., read Right Rev. Monsiignor 
E. F. Walsh, V. G. 

Trinity — After Rev. W. Tarahan, insert P. P. 

Bonavista— After Rev. W. P Brown, insert P. P. 

Fortune Harbor— For Rev. John Scully, read Rev. Richard Walsh, P. P., ami 
3;iev. John Scully, C. C. 

Little Bay — After Rev. John Lynch, insert P. P. 

Coachman's Cove— After Rev. M. Shean, read P. P. instead of C. C. 

Conche— After Rev. J. Colbert, i7isert C. C. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCILS (since 1855)— page 229. 

In column for Minister of Agriculture and Mines, insert Eli Dawe, 
In column for Other Members, add H. Gear. 



fCu, 



II APPENUIX. 



Public Health— page 22. 

For Dr. K. D. McKeiizie. read Dr. A. Brelim. 

Health Officers— page 23. 

St. John's — For Dr. K. D. McKeiizie, read Dr, A, Brehni, 

Medical Ppactitioners in Ne^vfoundland -page 23. 
St. John's— Oh»'(! Dr K. D. McKeiizie. 

Post Office— page 24. 

Postmaster General — For H J. B. Woods, read Hon. H. J. B. Woods. 
Clerks — Omit John C. Meslier, add M. F. Aylward. 
Letter Carriers — Omit Arthur W. Shaiio, add Harrison Crocker, 
Travelling Post Office — Add, Mail Clerk, Coastal, West — Arthur W. Shano. 

EDUCATIONAL, 
Roman Cathoiie Boards- page 12S. 
Brigus—Yov Very Rev. E. F. Walsh, read'&.l. Kev. Monsgr. E. F. Walsh, V. G. 

Methodist Boards- page 130. 

16. Loiuer Island Cove — Add John W. Louis, Wni. Bussey, Philip S. Cooper; 
oviit Thomas Cooper, John Turner. 

24. Britannia Cote —Add Willis Gullitord, omit Pierce Currie. 

34, Xewtov-n — Add Rev. F. W. Foote (Newtown), Jacob Andrews (Cape Islands). 

Methodist Board of Examiners for granting Certificates to 
Teachers— page 134. 

Add Ezra Lodge. 

Congregational Boards— page 134. 

Twillin gate— For Andrew Grey, read Andrew Gray. 
Academy (St. John's) — Omit Miss Christian. ' 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. 
Minister of Justice, &c.— page 1S6. 
Insert Hon. B, P. Morris, K.C.. LLD. 

King's Counsel— page 138. 
Add J. A. Clift, F. J. Morris. 

Justices of the Peace (Colony)— page 145. 

Add G. Shea (Mayor of St. John's); J. P. Hearn (Brigus) ; Thomas J. Walsh 
(Catalina). 

Notaries Public— page loo. 
Add G. W. B. Ayre, LLB., L'iland— St. John's, 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND CUSTOMS. 
Preventive Officers- page 156. 
Wliilhourne — For W. Sprackliu, read Harold Leslie (acting). 



APPENDIX. Ill 



DEPARTMENT OF AORICULTURE AND MINES, 

Minister — For Eli Dawe, read Hon. Eli Dawe. 

DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES. 
Fishepies' Board— page 159. 
Add Alex. McDougall, Win. C. Job. 

Commissioners of Wreeked Ppoperty— page 160. 

A dd, From Cape Bonavista to English Head, in District of Trinity — 
W. J. Janes, 

Quarantine Offieers, St. John's— page 102. 
For Dr. K. D. McKenzie, read Dr. A. Brolim. 

OUTPORT ROAD BOARDS. 
District of Twillingate. 

18. Robert's Arm~{page 189)— Add C. W, Warr, Mark Rowsell, Jas. Paddiek. 

District of Trinity. 

2. Little CatoZiJia— (page 19S}—Add Jos. G. Stead, 

ECCLESIASTICAL. 
Roman Catholic Church— Diocese of Harbor Grace— page 205, 

Brigus~¥oT Very Rev. E. F. Walsh, V. G., read Right Rev. Mon.siguor 
E. F. Walsh, V. G. 

Trinity— After Rev. W. Tarahan, insert P. P. 

Bonavista— After Rev. W. P Brovsru, insert P. P. 

Fortune Harbor— For Rev. John Scully, read Rev. Richard Walsh, P. P., and 
Slev. John Scully, C. C. 

Little Bay — After Rev, John Lynch, insert P. P. 

Coachman's Cove— After Rev. M. Shean, read P. P. instead of C. C. 

Conche— After Rev. J. Colbert, insert C. C. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCILS (since 1855)-page 229. 

In column for Minister of Agriculture and Mines, insert Eli Dawe, 
In column for Other Members, add H. Gear. 



COMMON NOTES FOR THE YEAR 1903. 



Golden Nuinljer IV 

Epact 2 

Solar Cycle 8 

Ronuiii Iiuliction 1 

Doniiiiical Letter D 

Julian Period 6616 

Jewish New Year, 5664, begins... Sep. 22 
Moliamniedan New Year, 1321... Mar. 30 , 

Sundays after Trinity 24 j 

Septuagesima Sunday Feb. 8 s 

Ash Wednesday " 25' 

St. Patricia's Day Mar. 17 ' 



Good Friday Apr. 10 

Easter Sunday '' 12 

Rogation Sunday May 17 

Ascension Day " 21 

Whitsunday " 31 

Trinity Sunday June 7 

Corpus Christi " 11 

1st Sunday in Advent Nov. 29 

Christmas Day, Friday Dec. 25 

Birth of King Edward VII., 1841 Nov. 9 

Acce'nofKing Edward VII., 1901 Jan. 23 

Birth of Prince of Wales. 1865... June 3 



ECLIPSES, 1903. 

In the year 1903, there will be two Eclipses ot the Sun and two of the Moon. 

1. An annular eclipse cf the Sun March 28, 1903,. invisilile at Greenwich. 

2. A parti.",! eclipse of the Moon April 11, 1903, visible at Greenwich. 

3. A total eclipse of the Sun September 20, 1903, invisible at Greenwich. 

4 .V jiartial eclipse of the Moon October 6. 1903, partly visible at Green wicli, 



SEASONS. 

Spring commences March 21 Autumn commences Sept. 24 

Summer '• June 22 Winter " Dec. 23. 



RULERS OF SOME OF THE CHIEF COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD. 



Country. 



Ruler. 



Born. 



Acceded. 



Austraia-Hungary .. 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Portugal 

Russia 

Spain 

Sweden and Norway. . 

Tu-key 

U, States of Brazil .. 
United States 



Francis Joseph, JS?H^«-/-o/- 18 Aug., 1830i 2 

Leopold II.. A'iWf/ j 9 April, 1835110 

Christian IX., /i:tH(7 1 8 April. ISlS'lo 

Emile Loubet, President '31 Dec' |1838jl8 

William II., Emperor 27 Jan., 1859115 

Victor Emmanuel III., 7i.'iW(7 ...11 Nov., 1869129 

Wilhelmina, Queen 31 Aug., 1880i23 

Carlos, King J28Sept., 1863 

Nicholas II.. .Ewpejw 'l8 May, 1868 

Alfonso XIII. , King 19 May, 1 886 

O.scar II., iiTiw.; |21Jan., 1829 

Abdul Hamid IL, Sultan 21 Sept., 1842 

Gen. de Campos Salles, President\ 

Theodore Roosevelt, President... 21 Oct., 1858 



Dec, 
Dec, 

Nov. , 
Feb., 
June, 
July, 
Nov.. 
Oct.,' 
Nov., 
May, 
Sept., 
Aug. , 
Nov., 
Sept., 



1848 
1865 
1863 
1899 
1888 
1900 
1890 
1889 
1894 
1886 
1872 
1876 
1898 
1901 



Pope of Rome— Leo XTII. (family name Pecci). elected 18(8, 



Calendar. 



JANUARY, 1903. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 



First Quarter ■ 
Full Moon 



- ()th day, Uli. 20111., p. m. 
-ISth day, lOh. 4Giii., a. 111. 



Last Quarter — 20tli day, 8h. ISm., a. m. 
New Moon — 'istli day, Ih. .Sin., p. in. 



1st Month. 
31 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John's. 



5_ 


1 

(4-. 


Day of Week. 


Sun's Declina- 
tion. 






Hourly 
Variation. 


c5 
to 
< 




1^ 


1) 

s 
1 

: 


/J 

7i 


High Water 










„ 


m. s. s. 


cl. a.m.\p. 


m. a.m. 


21. in . 


1 


1 


Tliur. 


S2'3 4 42.6 


11.40 


3 17.8-1 1.197 


2.617 54I 4 


13 8 38 


9 02 


2 


2 


Fri. 


22 59 55.3 


12.54 


3 46.40 1.183 


3.61 7 54: 4 


14i 8 OS 


9 32 


3 


3 


Sat. 


22 54 40.5 


13.69 


4 14.631.168 


4.617 54 4 


14 9 46 


10 10 


4 


4 


Snn. 


22 48 58.4 


14.82 


4 42.49 1.152 


5.01 


7 54 4 


15 10 23 


10 47 


5 


5 


Moil. 


22 42 49.0 


15.95 


5 9.941.13:. 


6.61 


7 54 4 


K; 11 06 


11 30 


6 


6 


TiKVS. 


22 36 12.7 


17.07 


5 36.95 1.116 


7.61 


7 .''-I 4 


17 11 50 





7 


7 


Wud. 


22 29 9.5 


18.19 


6 3.49 1.096 


8.61 


7 53 4 


19 


29 


53 


8 


8 


Tliur. 


22 21 39. 


19.29 


6 29.54 1. 075 


9.61 


7 53| 4 


20 


2 26 


2 50 


9 


9 


Vd. 


22 13 43.7 


20.38 


6 5t,.07|1.052 


10.61 


7 531 4 


21' 3 26 


3 50 


LO 


10 


Sat. 


22 5 21.4 


21.47 


7 20.05 


1.029 


11.61 


7 .-)2' 4 


22 4 32 


4 56 


11 


11 


Sun. 


21 56 33.2 


22.54 


7 44.46 


1.005 


12.61 


7 52' 4 


23' 5 39 


6 03 


2 


12 


iMciii. 


21 47 19.4 


23.60 


8 8.29 


0.9S0 


13.61 


7 51 4 


25^ 6 27 


6 51 


13 


13 


Tufs. 


21 37 40.2 


24.66 


8 31.52 


0.955 


14.61 


7 51 4 


26 7 06 


7 30 


14 


14 


VVi^.l. 


21 27 35.8 


25.70 


8 54.13 


0.929 


15.61 


7 50 4 


28 7 44 


8 08 


15 


15 


Tliur. 


21 17 6.6 


26.73 


9 16.10 


0.902 


16.61 


7 50 4 


29 8 22 


8 46 


16 


16 


Fri 


21 6 12.8 


27.75 


9 37.42 


0.875 


17.61 


7 49 4 


30 9 00 


9 24 


L7 


17 


Sat. 


20 54 54.7 


28.75 


9 58.08 


0.847 


18.61 


7 49 4 


31 9 38 


10 02 


18 


18 


I§»nn. 


20 43 12.7 


29 74 


10 18.07 


0.818 


19.61 


7 48 4 


33 10 28 


10 52 


19 


19 


Moil. 


20 31 7.0 


30.72 


10 37.36 


0-789 


20.61 


7 47 4 


34 11 17 11 41 


20 


20 


Tues. 


20 18 38.0 


31.69 


10 .05.94 


0.759 


21.61 


7 46 4 


36 11 56 20 


n 


21 


Well. 


20 5 46.0 


32.64 


11 13.80 


0.729 


22.61 


7 45 4 


37 1 06 1 30 


li 


22 


Tliur. 


19 52 31.4 


33.57 


11 30.93 


0.698 


23.61 


7 44 4 


39 2 14 


2 38 


>3 


23 


Fri. 


19 38 54.6 


34.49 


11 47.31 


0.666 


24.61 


7 43 4 


40 3 12 


3 36 


24 


24 


Sat. 


19 24 55.9 


35.40 


12 2.92 


0.634 


25.61 


7 42 4 


42 4 09 4 33 


25 


25 


Sun. 


19 10 35.6 


36.29 


12 17.76 


0.602 


26.61 


7 41 4 


43 4 50 5 14 


26 


26 


Mou. 


18 55 54.2 


37.16 


12 31.82 


0.569 


27.61 


7 40 4 


45 5 30 5 54 


27 


27 


Tn^.s. 


18 40 52.1 


38.01 


12 45.09 


0.536 


28.61 


7 39 4 


46 6 04 6 28 


28 


28 WtMl. 


18 25 29.6 


38.85 


12 57.55 


0.502 


29.01 


7 38 4 


48 7 00 7 30 


29 


29 Thnr. 


18 9 47.2 


39. C8 


13 9.20 


0.468 


0.81 


7 37 4 


49 7 33' 7 57 


iu 


30 Pri. 


17 53 45.2 


40,48 


13 20.03 


0.434; 1.81 


7 36 4 


51 S 06 S 30 


!1 


31 


Sat. 


17 37 24.1 


41.27 


13 30.04 


0.400 


2.81 


7 34' 4 


53 


8 38 


9 02 



Meteorological Register for the Month of January, 1902. 



Barometer— Highest, 30..'j5(l ; Lowest, '29.240; Mean, 2fi.i;20. Tliermometer— Highest, 
; Lowest, 5'; Mean Max. Temperature, 22.11; Mean Min. Temperature, 13.S; Mean Teni- 
rature, 1S.7'; Rainfall (Inches), 2.10 ; Prevailing Winds, N. l\; X. E. 



Calendar. 



First Quarter— .jth day, 
Full Moon — llUi day, 



FEBRUARY, 1903. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 



(ih. 4-2111., a. 111. 
'.111. 27111., \). 111. 



Last Quarter — lOtli day, 21i. .12111., a. in. 
New Moon — 27tli clay, (ill. 4'jiii., a. iii. 



2nd Month. 

2S DAVb. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John's. 



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onth. 
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tion. 




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s 


CO 


High Water. 


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l&H^O 


W.* 


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a.m. 


p.m. 


32 


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Sun. 


S17 


20 44.3 


42.04 


13 39.21 


0.365 


3.81 


7 33 


4 54 


9 12 


9 36 


33 


2 


Moil, 


17 


3 46.1 


42.80 


13 47.55 


0.330 


4.81 


7 32 


4 56 


9 45 


10 09 


34 


3 


Tues. 


16 


46 30.0 


43.53 


13 55.05 


0.295 


5.81 


7 31 


4 57 


10 30 


10 54 


3r. 


4 


Wed. 


16 


28 56.5 


44.25 


14 1.72 


0.260 


6.81 


7 29 


4 59 


11 13 


11 37 


36 


5 


Tliur. 


16 


11 5.8 


44.96 


14 7.55 


0.226 


7.81 


7 28 


5 00 


11 48 


12 


37 


6 


Fii. 


15 


52 58.5 


45.65 


14 12.55 


0.191 


8.81 


7 27 


5 02 


1 26 


1 50 


38 


7 


Sat. 


15 


34 35.1 


46.30 


14 16.71 


0.156 


9.81 


7 25 


5 04 


2 53 


3 17 


dSi 


8 


Sun. 


15 


15 55.7 


46.96 


14 20.05 


0.122 


10.81 


7 24 


5 05 


4 07 


4 31 


40 


9 


Moil. 


14 


57 0.9 


47.60 


14 22.57 


0.088 


11.81 


7 22 


5 (17 


5 21 


5 45 


41 


10 


'riip.s. 


14 


37 51.0 


48.22 


14 24.29 


0.055 


12.81 


7 21 


5 08 


6 04 


6 28 


42 


11 


Wod. 


14 


18 26.5 


48.82 


14 25.21 


0.022 


13.81 


7 19 


5 10 


6 48 


7 12 


43 


12 


Thur. 


13 


58 47.8 


49.40 


14 25.35 


0.010 


14.81 


7 17 


5 12 


7 24 


7 48 


44 


13 


Fri. 


13 


38 55.3 


49.97 


14 24.73 


0.041 


15.81 


7 15 


5 14 


7 58 


8 22 


45 


14 


Sat. 


13 


18 49.3 


50.52 


14 23.36 


0.072 


10.81 


7 14 


5 15 


8 34 


8 58 


46 


15 


Sim. 


12 


58 30.2 


51.06 


14 21.25 


0.103 


17.81 


7 12 


5 17 


9 12 


9 36 


47 


16 


Men. 


12 


37 58.5 


51.58 


14 18-42 


0.133 


18.81 


7 11 


5 18 


9 55 


10 19 


48 


17 


Tues. 


12 


17 14.5 


52.08 


14 14.88 


0.162 


19.81 


7 10 


5 19 


10 38 


11 02 


49 


18 


Wed. 


11 


56 18.7 


52.56 


1^ 10. 05 


0.190 


20.81 


7 08 


5 20 


11 32 


11 56 


50 


19 


Thur. 


11 


35 11.5 


53.03 


14 5.75 


0.218 


21.81 


7 07 


5 21 


12 


36 


51 


20 


Fii. 


11 


13 53.3 


53.48 


14 0.16 


0.246 


22.81 


7 05 


5 23 


1 27 


1 51 


:>i 


21 


Sat. 


10 


52 24.6 


53.91 


13 53.92 


0.273 


23.81 


7 03 


5 25 


2 31 


2 55 


53 


22 


Sun. 


10 


30 45.7 


54.33 


13 47.04 


0.300 


24.81 


7 01, 5 27 


3 36 


4 00 


54 


23 


Moii. 


1(1 


8 57.0 


54.72 


13 39.54 


0.325 


25.81 


6 59^ 5 28 


4 2-2 4 46 


5 5 


24 


Tues. 


9 


46 59.0 


55.10 


13 31.42 


0.351 


26.81 


6 57 5 30 


5 06 5 ;J(i 


56 


25 


Wed. 


9 


24 52.1 


55.46 


13 22.70 


0.376 


27.81 


6 55 5 32 


5 43 6 07 


57 


26 


Thur. 


9 


2 36.7 55.81 


13 13.39 


0.400 


28.81 


6 53 5 33 


7 06 7 30 


58 


27 


Fii. 


8 


40 13.3 56.14 


13 3.50 0.423 


0.07,6 51, 5 35 


7 12 7 36 


59 


28 


Sat. 


8 


17 42.2156.45 


12 53.06 0.446; 1.07i6 49; 5 37 


7 44, 8 08 



Meteorolog-ical Reg-ister for the Month of February, 190S. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.2(iO; Lowest, 2S.040; Mean, 29.7(i0. Theriuoiiieter— Highest, 42; 
Lowest, (i ; Mean Max. Temperature, 34.23 : Mean Miii. TeniDerature, 26.04; Mean Teiiniera- 
ture, 30,2(3; Rainfall (inclies), 0.36 ; Prevailing S, & E. ' 



Calendar. 



mARCH, 1903. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 



First Quarter — Otli day, :^h. 43m., p. m. 
Full Moon —13th day, Sh. 42m., a. m. 



I^ast Quarter — 20tli day, lOli. 37m., p. m. 
jS''e\v Moon — 2Sth day, 91i. 55m., p. in. 



3rd Month. 
31 Davs. 



Apparent Noon at GREENwirn. 



St. John's. 



-* I ^ 

Kl I Cm 

o ; o 

>, i >, 

« i n 

a ! o 



60 

SI 
62i 
83| 
114 

<\:> 

(iO 
ti7 
GS 
f)9 10 

70 11 

71 12 

72 Ki 

73 U 

74 1.^1 
7? 10 

76 17 

77 18 

78 19 

79 20 

80 21 

81 22 

82 23 
S3 24 

84 2.5 

85 26 

86 27 

87 28 

88 29 

89 30 

90 31 



Sun. 

Mull. 
Tiies. 
Wed. 
Tliur. 
Fri. 

S;lt. 

Moil. 

Tiies. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Kri. 

.Sat. 

Moil. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Tliur. 

Kri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Moil. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Tiuir. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Snii. 

Mull. 
Tue-^. 



(null's Decli- 
nation. 


-.2 
^ .2 


- ' — <■ 
„ 


Hourly 
Variatioi 


'4 





X 


High Watt:r. 


S7° 55 


3.9 


56.74 


m. s. , s. . d. 
12 42.07 0.469^ 2.07 


a. VI. 
6 48 


p.m. 
6 37 


«. m.i 2J. in. 
8 33 8 57 


7 32 


18.7 


57.01 


12 30.55 0.491 3.07 


6 46 


5 39 


8 51 9 16 


7 9 


27.2 


57.27 


12 18.51 


0.512 4.07 


6 44 


5 41 


9 29 9 53 


6 46 


29.6 


57.51 


12 5.97 


0.533 5.07 


6 42 


5 42 


10 06 10 30 


6 23 


26.5 


57.74 


1152.94 


0.553 6.07 


6 40 


5 44 


11 01 11 25 


6 


18.1 


57.95 


11 39.44 


0.572' 7.07 


6 38 


5 45 


11 57 


5 37 


4.9 


58.14 


1125.49 


0.590' 8.07 


6 36 


6 47 


1 00 1 24 


5 13 


47.3 


58.32 


1111.11 


0.608 9.07 


34 


5 48 


2 40 3 04 


4 50 


25.7 58.48 


10 56.31 


0.625 10.07 


6 32 


5 50 


4 02 4 20 


4 27 


0.4 


68.62 


10 41.13 


0.640 11.07 


6 SO 


5 51 


5 02' 5 26 


4 3 


31.8 


58.75 


1025.57 


0.665,12.07 


6 28 


6 53 


5 40' 6 10 


3 40 


0.2 


58.87 


10 9.68 


0.669il3.07 


20 


5 54 


30 6 54 


3 16 


26.0 


58.97 


9 53.47 


0.682 


14.07 


6 24 


5 56 


7 06 7 30 


2 52 


49.5 


59.06 


9 36.96 


0.693 


15.07 


6 22 


5 5/ 


7 44' 8 OS 


2 29 


11.2 


59.13 


9 20.19 


0.704il6.07 


6 20 


5 59 


8 10 8 40 


2 5 


31.4 


59.19 


9 3.17 


0.714!l7.07 


6 18 


6 00 


8 56 9 20 


1 41 


50.3 


59.23 


8 45.93 


0.724118.07 


16 


6 02 


9 32 9 56 


1 18 


8.4 


59.25 


8 28.49 


0.730^19. 07 


6 14 


6 03 


10 20 10 44 


54 


26.1 


59.27 


8 10.88 


0.737:20.07 


6 12 


6 04 


11 04 11 28 


30 


43.6 


59.27 


7 53.11 


0.743,21.07 


6 10 


06 


11 3S' 02 


SO 7 


1.4 


59.24 


7 35.21 


0.748 22.07 


6 08 


6 07 


46! 1 10 


NO 16 


40.1 


59.21 


7 17.19 


0.753 23.07 


6 0( 


6 09 


2 00; 2 24 


40 


20.7 


59.16 


6 59.08 


0.756 24.07 


6 0-; 


6 10 


3 02 3 26 


1 4 


0.0 


59.10 


6 40.90 


0.759'26.07 


0? 


6 11 


3 54 4 18 


1 27 


37.5 


59.02 


6 22.66 


0.761 '26.07 


6 00 


6 13 


4 44 5 08 


1 51 


12.9 


68.93 


6 4.39 


0.762:27.07 


5 58 


6 15 


5 22' 6 46 


2 14 


45.9 


58.82 


5 46.10 


0.70228.07 


5 56 


6 16 


5 58; 6 22 


2 38 


16.1 


68.69 


5 27.80 


0.762,29.07 


5 54 


6 17 


7 06; 7 30 


3 1 


43.0 


58.55 


5 9.52 


0.761 


0.44 


5 52 


6 18 


7 27' 7 51 


3 25 


6.4 


58.39 


451.27 


0.759 


1.44 


6 60 


6 20 


8 02 8 26 


:; 48 


25.9 


58.22 


4 33.07 


0.757 


2.44 


5 48 


6 21 


8 33! 9 02 



Meteorologrical Reg-ister for the Month of March, 1902. 



Thermometer— Highest, 53 ; 
ilean Max. Temperature, 40.00 ; Mean Mhi. Temperature, 2S.01 ; Mean Tempera,- 
; KaiufaU (inches), 2.iio ; Prevailing Winds, N.E. & E. 



Bavonieter— Highest^ 30. 520; Lowest, 29.220; Mean, 29.920, 
owest, 9. ^' 
^re, 34.01 



Calendar. 



7 



APRIL, 1903. 



THASES OP THE MOON. 

First QiiarLcii' — 4lli day, lOli. l!Oiii., p. iii. i Last Quarter — li'tli day, ,'ili. S'.tiii., i>. iii. 
Full Jlijou — 11th day, 8h. 47m., p. in. ' New Moon — L'Tth day, lOli. Oiii., a. in. 



4th Month 
. 30 Days. 


Al'FARENT NOOX AT GREEWICH. St. JoUiV'S. 




o 
o 


k; 
c*-. 


Sun's Decli- 
uation. 


O-r 


s . 1 >yo 


to 

5 



;= ^ lligli Water. 

Si ^ 










lit,. ,v. 


a.m. 


p.7)l. 


('. 1:1 ■ l>. Ill . 


!)1 


1 


Wed. 


N4li 41.1 58.04 


4 14.92 .. 0.755. 3.44i5 46 


6 22 


9 16 9 1(1 


92 


2 


Thur. 


4 34 51.6 57.83 


3 56.85 ' 751 4.44' 5 44 


6 24 


10 (IC ](l -11 


93 


3 


Fri. 


4 57 57.1 57.62 


3 38.88 0.747 5.44 5 41 


6 26 


M 5' 11 11 


94 


4 


Sat. 


5 20 57.2 57.39 


321.01 0.742 6.44! 5 40 


6 27 


.11 5 J - 


Of) 


5 


Sim. 


5 43 51.6: 57.14 


3 3.27 0.736 7.44' 5 37 


6 29 


54 1 IS 


96 


6 


Mon. 


6 6 39.956.88 


2 45.68 0.730 8.44 


5 35 


6 3() 


2 24 2 48 


97 


7 


Tues. 


629 21.8 56.61 


2 28.25 0.722 9.44 


5 34 


6 31 


3 49, 4 13 


98 


8 


Wed. 


6 51 57.0 


56.32 


2 11.01 0.714 10.44 


5 32 


6 32 


4 5u 5 14 


99 


9 


Thur. 


7 1425. i 


56.02 


1 53.98 0.705 11.44 


5 30 


6 34 


5 33 


5 57 


10') 


10 


Fri. 


7 36 45.9 


55.711 


1 37.17 0.695 12.44 


5 28 


6 35 


6 16 


6 4(1 


1(11 


11 


Sat. 


7 58 58.9 


55.37 


1 20.61 0.684 13.44 


5 26 


6 37 


6 48| 7 12 


102 


12 


Sib 11. 


8 21 3.9 55.03 


1 4.32 ! 0.673 14.44 


5 24 


6 38 


7 ^81 7 52 


103 


13 


Mon. 


8 43 0.5 54.68 


48.33 1 0.660; 15.44 


5 22 


6 40 


S 00! 8 24 


104 


14 


Tue.s. 


9 4 48.5 


54.31 


32.64 0.647' 16.44 


5 20 


6 41 


S 401 9 04 


105 


15 


Wed. 


9 26 27.5 


53.93 


17.29 1 0.632 


17. U 


5 18 


6 43 


9 16' 9 4ii 


106 


16 


Thur. 


9 47 57.1 


53.53 


2.-Z9 ' 0.617 18.44 


5 15 


6 45 


9 54 10 18 


107 


17 


Fri. 


10 9 17.1 


53.12 


12.35 . 0.602 19.44 


5 14 


6 46 


1(1 34 10 58 


108 


18 


Sat. 


1030 27.1 


52.70 


26.60 0.585 20.44 


5 12 


6 47 


11 24 11 48 


109 


19 


Sun. 


10 51 26.8 


52.27 


40.45 i 0.568 


21.44 


5 10 


6 49 


(1 (13 1) -27 


110 


20 


Mon. 


1112 15.9 


51.82 


53.89 : 0.551 


22.44 


5 08 


6 5(1 


1 16 1 40 


111 


21 


Tues. 


11 32 54.0 


51. 3g 


1 6.90 0.533 


23.44 


5 07 


6 51 


2 20 2 44 


112 


22 


Wed. 


11 53 20.8 


50.88 


1 19.47 0.514 


24.44 


5 04 


6 53 


3 24 3 48 


113 


23 


Thur. 


12 13 36.0 


50.38 


131.58 : 0.495 


25.44 


5 03i 6 54 


4 12 4 38 


114 


24 


Fri. 


12 33 39.2 


49.88 


1 43.23 0.476 


26.44 


5 01' 6 55 


5 01 5 25 


115 


25 


Sat. 


12 53 30.1 


49.36 


154.41 0.456 


27.44 


5 00: 6 56 


5 41 6 do 


116 


26 


Sun. 


13 13 8.3 


48.82 


2 5.10 0.435 


28.44 


4 58' 6 58 


6 -l-l 6 46 


117 


27 


Hon. 


13 32 33.5 


48.27 


2 15.30 0.415 


29.44 


4 56 6 59 


7 06 7 30 


118 


28 


Tues. 


13 5145.4 


47.71 


2 25.01 0.394 


0.94 


4 54 


7 01 


7 51 8 15 


119 


29 


Wed, 


14 10 43.6 


47.13 


2 34.22 0.373 1.94 


4 53 


7 02 


8 3U 8 54 


120 


30 


Thur. 


14 29 27.8 


46.54 


2 42.92,0.352' 2.94 


4 52 


7 03 


9 10' 9 34 


Equation of 
of the month. 


Time to be added to Apparent Time to 16th, and subtracted 


the remainder 






Met 


eorological 


Reg-is 


ter for the Mc 


nth 


t Apr 


il, 19 


02. 





Barometer— Highest, 30.520; Lowest, -20.380; Mean, 29.680. Thermometer—Highest 
53 ; Lowest, 20 ; Moan Max. Temperature, 46.13 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 36.20 ; Mean Tem- 
perature, 41.21; Rainfall (inches), 2.80; Prevailing Winds, N. &S. 



Calendar. 



mPCV, 1903. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 

First yuiu-ter— 4th day, 'X\\. bbm., a. in. | Last Quarter— r.ith'day, llli., 47iu., n. in. 
F'.iU JIijuu — nth day, till. 47ui., a. 111. | Xew Moon — ^(3th day, 7li., l'.-'!ii., p. )"■ 



.'>lll ;M(INI!1. 


A 


■I'AKENT > 


'OOX AT GeEEN-WICLT. 




St 


JOHN-'S. 






5 


a: 


1 ^S 

buns Uecli- I gig 




tl 


/J5 




4 ■ 


Higli Water. 


4-. 


«IH 


<u \ 


nation. ' o.5 


rt OJ izl d 


5,2 


"r- 




... 








o 




WJ3 




> 


o 
o 


Si 


iC 










, . // 1 «^- »• 


s. 


d. 


a.m. 'p.m. 


a. in. 


p. 111. 


121 


1 


Fri. 


Nl°4 


47 57.7 45.94' 2 51.12 


0.331 


3.94 


4 50 7 04 


9 54 


1018 


122 


2 


Sat. 


J5 


6 12.9 45.32 2 58.80 


0.309 


4.94 


4 49 7 05 


10 46 


11 10 


123 


3 


Sun. 


15 


24 13.1 44.69 3 5.96 


0.287 


5.94 


4 47 7 07 


1148 





124 


4 


ilou. 


15 


41 58.0 44.05 3 12.60 


0.266 


6.94 


4 46 


7 08 


42 


106 


125 


5 


Tues. 


15 


59 27.3 43.39 


3 18.71 


0.244 


7.94 


4 44 7 10 


2 09 


2.33 


126 


6 


Wed. 


16 


16 40,6 


42.72 


3 24.29 


0.221 


8.94 


4 42 


711 


316 


3 40 


127 


7 


Tliiir. 


16 


33 37.7 


42.03 


3 29.32 


0.198 


9.94 


4 40 


7 13 


4 24 


4 48 


128 


8 


Fri. 


16 


50 18.2 


41.34 


3 33.80 


0.175 


10.94 


4 39 


7 14 


5 07 


5 31 


129 


9 


Sat. 


17 


6 41.9 


40.63 


3 37.73 


0.152 


11.94 


4 38 


7 15 


5 50 


6 14 


130 


10 


Sun. 


17 


22 48.5 


39.91 


3 41.09 


0.128 


12.94 


4 36 7 17 


6 28 


6 52 


131 


11 


Moil. 


17 


38 37.7 


39.18 


3 43.88 


0.104 


13.94 


4 35 7 18 


7 0b 


7 30 


132 


12 


Tue.s. 


17 


54 9.2 


38.44 


3 46.10 


0.080 


14.94 


4 33 7 20 


7 42 


8 06 


133 


13 


Wed. 


18 


9 22.8 


37.68 


3 47.74 


0.056 


15.94 


4 31 7 21 


818 


8 42 


134 


14 


Tliiu. 


18 


24 18.1 


36.92 


3 48.80 


0.032 


16.94 


4 30 


7 22 


8 58 


9 22 


135 


15 


Fri. 


18 


38 54.8 


36.14 


3 49.28 


0.008 


17.94 


4 29 


•7 23 


9 36 


10 00 


136 


16 


Sat. 


18 


53 12.7 


35.35 


3 49.17 


0.017 


18.94 


4 28 


7 24 


10 16 


10 40 


137 


17 


Sun. 


19 


7 11.6 


34.. 55 


3 48.48 


0.041 


19.94 


4 27 


7 25 


10 58 


1122 


138 


18 


Mon. 


1.9 


20 51.1 


33.74 


3 47.21 


0.065 


20.94 


4 26 


7 27 


1147 




139 


19 


Tues. 


19 


34 11.0 


32.91 


3 45..36 


0.089 


21.94 


4 25 


7 28 


24 


48 


14f) 


20 


Wed. 


19 


47 11.0 


32.08 


3 42.94 


0.113 


22.94 


4 24 7 29 


133 


1 57 


141 


21 


Thur. 


19 


59 50.9 


31.24 


3 39.95 


0.136 


23.94 


4 23 7 30 


2 39 


3 03 


142 


22 


Fri. 


20 


12 10.3 


30.38 


3 36.39 


0.160 


24.94 


4 22 7 31 


3 46 


4 10 


143 


23 


Sat. 


20 


24 9.1 


29.51 


3 32.29 


0.182 


25.94 


4 20 7 33 


4 36 


5 00 


144 


24 


Snn. 


20 


35 47.0 


28.64 


3 27.64 


0.205 


26.94 


4 19 


7.34 


5 26 


5 50 


145 


25 


Mon. 


' 20 


47 3.8 


27.75 


3 22.46 


0.226 


27.94 


4 18 


7 35 


6 06 


6 30 


146 


26 


Tues. 


20 


57 59.1 


26.86 


3 16.77 


0.248 


28.94 


417 


7 36 


7 06 


7 30 


147 


27 


Wed. 


21 


8 32.9 


25.95 


3 10.58 


0.268 


0.55 


417 


7 37 


7 41 


8 05 


148 


28 


Thur. 


21 


18 44.8 


25.04 


3 3.91 


0.288 


1.55 


4J6 


7,38 


818 


8 42 


149 


29 


Fri. 


21 


28 34.6 


24.11 


2 56.77 


0.307 


2.55 


415 


7 39 


9 02 


9 26 


150 


30 


Sat. 


21 


38 2.1 


2.3.18 


2 49.19 


0.325 


3.55 


414 


7 40 


9 44 


10 08 


151 


31 


Sun. 


21 


47 7.2 


22.24 


2 41.18| 0.342 


4.55 


414 


7 41 


10 32 


10-56 



Meteorological Register for the Month of May, 1902. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.340; Lowest, '2'j.500; Mean, 29.890. Thermometer- Hi'^he.st "3 • 
Lowest, 30; Mean Max. Temperature, 51.11; Mean Min. Temperature, 36.11; Mean Tpmno' 
rature, 43.22; Kaiiifall (inches), 2.14; Prevailing Winds, W. N. & E. .leinpe- 



Galendi 



ar. 



' 9 



JUNE, 1903. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 



First Quarter — 2nd day, 9h. 53m., a. m. 
Full Moon — Oth day, llh. 3Tra., p. in. 



Last Quarter — ISth day 3h. 13m., a. in. 
New Moon — 25tli day, ili 40m., a. ni.. 



6th Month. 
30 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. John's 


a 
o 
Q 


i 

s 

o 


o 


Sun's Declina- 
tion. 

i 


O-r- 

as 


C2 

o 

TO 2 




6 

<J 

o 
o 


C/l 

M 

« 

s 

CO 


to 

s 
a 

XI 


High Water. 


152 


1 


Mon. 


o / // 

N21 55 49.5 


2L29 


m. s. s. 
2 32.76 0.359 


d. 

5.55 


a.m. 
4.13 


p.m. 
7.42 


a. m. 
1127 


p. m>: 
1151 


153 


2 


Tues. 


22 4 8.9 


20.33 


2 23.94 0.375 


6.55 


4.12 


7.43 


09' 


33 


154 


3 


Wed. 


22 12 5.2 


19.36 


2 14.74 


0.391 


7.55 


4.12 


7.44 


130 


154 


155 


4 


Thur. 


22 19 38.3 


18.39 


2 5.19 


0.405 


8.55 


4.11 


7.45 


2 39 


3 03 


156 


5 


Fri. 


22 26 48.0 


17.41 


155.28 


0.420 


9.55 


4.10 


7.46 


3 48 


4 12 


157 


6 


Sat. 


22 33 34.1 


16.43 


145.05 0.433 


10.55 


4.10 


7.46 


4 38 


5 02 


158 


7 


Sun. 


22 39 56.5 


15.44 


134.50 0.446 


11.55 


4.10 


7.47 


5 25 


5 49 


159 


8 


Mon. 


22 45 55.2 


14.44 


123.64'0.458 


12.55 


4.09 


7.48 


6 04 


6 28 


160 


9 


Tues. 


22 51 29.8 


13.44 


1 12.510.470 


13.55 


4.09 


7.49 


6 42 


7 06 


161 


10 


Wed. 


22 56 40.3 


12.44 


1 1.10 0.480 


14.55 


4.09 


7.49 


7 18 


7 42 


162 


11 


Thur. 


23 1 26.7 


11.43 


49.45 0.490 


15.55 


4.09 


7.50 


7 53 


8 17 


163 


12 


Fri. 


23 5 48.7 


10.41 


37.56j0.500 


16.55 


4.09 


7.50 


8 29 


8 53 


164 


13 


Sat. 


23 9 46.4 


9.39 


25.46;0.508 


17.55 


4.09 


7.51 


9 04 


9 28 


165 


14 


Sun. 


23 13 19.6 


8.37 


13.16 0.516 


18.55 


4.09 


7.51 


9 42 


10 06 


166 


15 


Mon. 


23 16 28.2 


7.35 


0.690.523 


19.55 


4.0S 


7.52 


10 20 


10 44 


167 


16 


Tues. 


23 19 12.2 


6.32 


11.940.529 


20.55 


4.08 


7.52 


10 52 


11 16 


168 


17 


Wed. 


23 21 31.5 


5.29 


24.70,0.534 


21.55 


4.08 


7.52 


1152 





169 


18 


Thur. 


23 23 26.1 


4.26 


37.58 


0.538 


22.55 


4.08 


7.53 


31 


55 


170 


19 


Fri. 


23 24 56.0 


3.23 


50.54 


0.541 


23.55 


4.08 


7.53 


148 


2 12 


171 


20 


Sat. 


23 26 1.1 


2.20 


1 3.57 


0.544 


24.55 


4.08 


7.54 


3 04 


3 28 


172 


21 


Sun. 


23 26 41.4 


1.16 


1 16.65 


0.545 


25.55 


4.08 


7.44 


4 08 


4 32 


173 


22 


Mon. 


23 26 56.8 


0.13 


129.74 


0.545 


26.55 


4.08 


7.54 


5 06 


5 30 


174 


23 


Tues. 


23 26 47.5 


0.90 


142.82 


0.544 


27.55 


4.08 


7.55 


5 54 


6 18 


175 


24 


Wed. 


23 26 13.4 


1.94 


155.86 


0.54228.55 


4.09 


7.55 


7 06 


7 30 


176 


25 


Thur. 


23 25 14.5 


2.97 


2 8.83 


0.538! 0.24 


4.09 


7.55 


7 28 


7 52 


177 


26 


Fri. 


23 23 50.9 


4.00 


2 21.70 


0.534; 1.2414.09 


7.56 


8 07 


8 31 


178 


27 


Sat. 


23 22 2.6 


5.03 


2 34.45 


0.528 


2.24 4.10 


7.56 


8 47 


911 


179 


28 


Sun. 


23 19 49.6 


6.05 


2 47.04 


0.521 


3.2414.10 


7.55 


9 26 


9 50 


180 


29 


Mon. 


23 17 12.1 


7.07 


2 59.45 


0.513 


4.24 4.11 


7.55 


10 08 


10 32 


18.1 


30 


Tues. 


23 14 10.1 


8.09 


3 11.66 


0.504 


5.24 4.12 


7.54 


1100 


1124 



Equation of Time to be subtracted from Apparent Time to 15th, and added the re- 
mainder of the month. 



Meteorological Regrister for the Month of June, 1901. 

Barometer— Highest, 30.430 ; Lowest, 29.040 ; Mean, 29.960. Thermometer— Highest 71 • 
Lowest, 35 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 43.29 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 32.21 : Mean Tempera' 
ture, 37.14 ; Rainfall inches), V,69 ; Prevailing Winds, S. & N. E, ^ 



10 



Calendar, 



JULY, 1903. 



First Quarter- 
Full Moon 



PHASES OF THE MOON 

1st day, 5h. Sim., p. 111. I Last Quarter — 17th day, 3h. 53iii., p. in. 
9tli day, 2h. 12in., p. 111. I New Moon —24th day, 9h loin., a. m. 
First Quarter — 31st day, 3h. 44in. a. m. 



7th Month. 
31 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. Johns. 



o 



Sun's Decli- 
nation. 



.2"° 



O C3 

o c £ . 






to 



o 



a 

OS 



t« , High Water. 



(3 
02 



I I 

IjWed. 
aThur, 
SFri. 

4'Sat. 

5 Sun, 

6Mon. 
7Tues. 

8 Wed. 

9 Thiir. 
191 lOFri. 
19211 Sat. 

193|12Si,M. 
194113 Mon. 
195jl4,Tues. 
196'16 Wed. 



182' 
183l 

184' 
185, 
186j 
187 
188 
lS9l 
190; 



16 Thur. 
17Fri. 
18Sat. 
19 Sun 

20!Mon. 
:21ITues. 
; 22 1 Wed. 
23[Thur. 
205|24Fri. 
206 25 Sat. 
207!26Siin. 
208j27 Mon. 
209 28 Tues. 



197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 



210 
211 

212 



29 Wed. 
30, Thur 
3lFri. 



N23 10 
23 6 
23 2 
22 57 
22 52 
22 47 
22 41 
22 35 
22 28 
22 21 
22 14 
22 6 
2158 
2149 
2140 
2131 
2121 
21 11 
21 1 
20 50 
20 39 
20 28 
20 16 
20 4 
19 51 
19 39 
19 26 
19 12 
18 58 
18 44 
18 30 



// ; // 

43.7 9.11 
52.9!]0.12 
37.911.13 

58.8 12.13 
55.7 13.13 
28.7:14.12 
37.9ll5.ll 
23.6 16.09 



45.6 
44.4 
20.0 
32.6 



17.06 
18.03 
19.f0 
19.95 



22.4:20.90 
49.6|21.83 
54.4 22.76 
36.9:23.69 
57.3^24.60 
55.925.61 
32.9 26.40 
48.6'27.29 
43.0 28.16 
16.729.03 
29.6'29.89 
22.230.73 
54.7:31. 56 
7.4:32.38 
0.5,33.19 
34.433.98 
49.334.77 
45.435.55 
23.136.31 



m. s. 
3 23.63 
3 35.34 
3 46.79 
3 57.94 
8.77 
19.27 
29.43 
39.22 
48.64 
57.66 
6.28 
14.47 
22.23 
29.54 
36.39 
42.77| 
48.67'' 
n 54.08' 

5 58.99 
3.38 
7.24 

10.56 
13.33 
lC.i3 

i7.k; 

6 18.19 
6 18.63 
6 18.46: 
6 17.67 
6 16.26 
6 14.22, 



s. 
0.493 
10,482 
0.471 
0.458 
0.444il0 
0.43011 
0.416 12 
0.400 13 
|0.384 14 
'0.368'l5 
'0.350;16 
0.332!l7 
,0.314 18 
io.295;19 
:0.276'20 
■0.256'21 
0.236,22 
0.21523 
0.194124 
0.l72i25, 
0.150*26 
0.1272 
0.10428 
0.080j29 
0.065 
0.031 
0.006 
0.020 
0.046 
0.072 
0.098 




Meteorological Register for the Month of July, 1900. 

Barometer— Highest, 30.220; Lowest, 29.050 ; Mean, 29.690. Thermometer— Highest 
78 ; Lowest, 40 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 61.03 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 46.09 • °Meau 
Temperature, 53.13 ; Rainfall (inches), 4.7S ; Prevailing Winds, North & South, " ' 



Calendar, 



11 



AUGUST, 1903. 



PHASES OP THE MOON. 



Full Moon 
Last Quarter 



- SUi day, 
-16th day, 



5h. 23m., 
111. 51m., 



a. III. 
a. m. 



New Moon —22nd day, 41i. 20m., p. m. 
First Quarter— 29tli day, 5h. 3ui,, p. m. 



8th Month. 
31 Davs,. 


Apparent N( 


50N AT 


Greenwich. 




St 


. John 


's. 






4 

o 








^§ 




>^i 




CO 


j 

i 09 

1 -4^ 




o 




o 


Sun's Declina- 
tion. 


§1 


Equatio 
Time 
to be ad 
to A. 




5 i 
o 1 

^ 1 


a 


1 & 


High Water, 

t 
1 


Q 


Q 


o 
















i 


1 






o 


1 a 


il 


m. s. 


s. 


d. 


ffl.m. 


p.m. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


213 


] 


Sat. 


N18 


15 42.6 


37.06 


6 11.56 


0.124 


7.97 


4 41 


7 31 


1 09 


1 33 


214 


2 


Sun. 


18 


44.3 


37.80 


6 8.28 


0.150 


8.97 


4 42 


7 30 


2 26 


2 50 


215 


3 


Moil, 


17 


45 28.4 


38.53 


6 4.38 


0.175 


9.97 


4 43 


7 29 


3 32 


3 56 


216 


4 


Tues. 


17 


29 55.1 


39.24 


5 59.86 


0.201 


10.97 


4 45 


7 27 


4 22 


4 46 


217 


5 


Wed. 


17 


14 4.9 


39.94 


5 54.72 


0.227 


11.97 


4 46 


7 26 


5 09 


5 33 


218 


6 


Thur. 


16 


57 57.8 


40.64 


5 48.98 


0.252 


12.97 


4 48 


7 24 


5 49 


6 13 


219 


7 


Fii. 


16 


41 34.3 


41.31 


5 42.63 


0.277 


13.98 


4 49 


7 23 


6 26 


6 50 


220 


8 


Sat. 


16 


24 54.7 


41.98 


5 35.69 


0.301 


14.97 


4 50 


7 21 


7 02 


7 26 


221 


9 


Sun. 


16 


7 59.2 


42.64 


5 28.16 


0.326 


15.97 


4 52 


7 19 


7 36 


8 00 


222 


10 


Mod. 


15 


50 48.0 


43.28 


5 20.05 


0.350 


10.97 


4 53 


7 18 


8 09 


8 33 


223 


11 


Tues. 


15 


33 21.6 


43.91 


5 11.37 


0.374 


17.97 


4 54 


7 16 


8 41 


9 05 


224 


12 


Wed. 


15 


15 40.2 


44.53 


5 2.12 


0.396 


18.97 


4 55 


7 15 


9 17 


9 41 


225 


13 


Thur. 


14 


57 44.1 


45.14 


4 52.33 


0.419 


19.97 


4 57 


7 13 


9 53 


10 17 


226 


14 


Fri. 


14 


39 33.7 


45.73 


4 42.00 


0.441 


20.97 


4 58 


7 11 


10 41 


11 05 


227 


15 


Sat. 


14 


21 9.1 


46.31 


4 31.14 


0.464 


21.97 


5 00 


7 09 


11 30 


11 54 


228 


16 


Sun. 


14 


2 30.7 


46.88 


4 19.75 


0.485 


22.97 


5 02 


7 07 


10 


34 


229 


17 


Mod. 


13 


43 38.8 


47.44 


4 7.86 


0.506 


23.97 


5 03 


7 06 


1 59 


2 23 


230 


18 


Tues. 


13 


24 33.8 


47.98 


3 55.47 


0.527 


24.97 


5 04 


7 04 


3 20 


3 44 


231 


19 


Wed. 


13 


!i 16.0 


48.50 


3 42.58 


0.547 


25.97 


5 05 


7 02 


4 38 


5 02 


232 


20 


Thur. 


12 


45 45.6 


49.02 


3 29.22 


0.567 


26.97 


5 06 


7 01 


5 26 


5 50 


233 


21 


Fri. 


12 


26 3.1 


49.52 


3 15.38 


0.586 


27.97 


5 07 


6 59 


6 12 


6 36 


234 


22 


Sat. 


12 


6 8.7 


50.00 


3 1.07 


0.606 


28.97 


5 09 


6 57 


7 06 


7 30 


235 


23 


Sun. 


11 


46 2.9 


50.48 


2 46.31 


0.625 


0.67 


5 10 


6 55 


7 38 


8 02 


236 


24 


Men. 


11 


25 45.9 


50.94 


2 31.09 


0.643 


1.67 


5 12 


6 53 


8 16 


8 40 


237 


25 


Tues. 


11 


5 18.0 


51.38 


2 15.44 


0.661 


2-67 


5 13 


6 51 


8 51 


9 15 


238 


26 


Wed. 


10 


44 39.7 


51.81 


1 59.35 


0.679 


3.67 


5 15 


6 49 


9 31 


9 55 


2.9 


27 


Thur. 


10 


23 51.2 


52.23 


1 42.84 


0.696 


4.67 


5 16 


6 48 


10 12 


10 36 


240 


28 


Fri. 


10 


2 52.9 


52. G3 


1 25.92 


0.713 


5.67 


5 17 


6 46 


11 02 


11 26 


241 


29 


Sat. 


9 


41 45.1 


53.02 


1 8.60 


0.729 


6.67 


5 18 


6 44 


11 53 





242 


30 


Sun. 


9 


20 28.1 


53.39 


50.91 


0.745 


7.67 


5 19 


6 43 


36 


1 00 


243 


31 


Moil. 


8 


59 2.3 


53.75 


32.85 


0.760 


8.67 


5 20 


6 41 


1 51 


2 15 



Meteorological Register for the Month of August, 1902. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.120; Lowest, 29.620'; Mean, 30.000. Thermometer— Highest, 70 ; 
Lowest, 48 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 54.04 : Mean Min. Temperature, 44.20 ; Mean Tempera- 
ture, 47,18; Rainfall (inches), 2.44 ; Prevailing W. & S, Vf, 



12 



Calendar. 



SEPTEMBER, 1903. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 



Full Moon 
Last Quarter - 



- 6th day, Sh. 49ra., p. m. 
-14th day, 9h. 43ia., a. m. 



New Moon — 21st day, 
First Quarter —28th day. 



Ih. Om., a. m. 
9h. 38m., a. m. 



•*9th Month 
30 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greewich. 


St. John's. 


o 


5 
a 
o 

S 


i 


Sun's Decli- 
nation. 




o 
o ^ 

'^ s 




09 


(5 


1 


High Water. 




O 


o 




W^ 


3EH 


W« 


8 


3 
02 


03 
















m. s. 


s. , d. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


a. 


7n. 


p. m. 


244 


1 


Tues. 


N8°37 27.9 


54.11 


14.45 


0.774 


9.67 


5 21 


6 39 


3 


00 


3 24 


245 


2 


Wed. 


8 15 45.2 


54.44 


4.28 


0-787 


10.67 


5 23 


6 37 


3 


53 


4 17 


246 


3 


Thur. 


7 53 54.6 


54.77 


23.32 


0.799 


11.67 


5 25 


6 34 


4 


46 


5 10 


247 


4 


Fri. 


7 31 56.4 


55.08 


42.65 


0.811 


12.67 


5 27 


6 32 


5 


26 


5 50 


248 


5 


Sat. 


7 9 51.0 


55.37 


1 2.25 


0.822, 


13.67 


5 28 6 30 


6 


05 


6 29 


2^9 


6 


Sun. 


6 47 38.5 


55.66 


1 22.09 


0.831 ; 


14.67 


5 29 6 28 


6 


41 


7 05 


2.'10 


7 


Men. 


6 25 19.3 


55.93 


1 42.16 


0.841 


15.67 


5 31 6 26 


7 


16 


7 40 


251 


8 


Tues. 


6 2 53.8 


56.19 


2 2.44 


0.849 


16.67 


5 32 6 24 


7 


48 


8 12 


252 


9 


Wed. 


5 40 22.3 


56.43 


2 22.90 


0.856 


17.67 


5 33: 6 22 


8 


21 


8 45 


253 


10 


Thur. 


5 17 45.0 


56.67 


2 43.53 


0.862 


18.67 


5 35 6 20 


8 


53 


9 17 


254 


11 


Fri. 


4 55 2.2 


56.89 


3 4.29 


0.868 


19.67 


5 36, 6 18 


9 


26 


9 50 


255 


12 


Sat. 


4 32 14.3 


57.09 


3 25.18 


0.872 


20.67 


5 37! 6 16 


10 


24 


10 48 


256 


13 


Sun. 


4 9 21.7 


57.29 


3 46.16 


0.876 


21.67 


5 38 6 14 


11 


21 


11 45 


257 


14 


Moil. 


3 46 24.5 


57.47 


4 7.21 


0.878 


22.67 


5 40 6 12 


(J 


10 


34 


258 


15 


Tues. 


3 23 23.2 


57.63 


4 28.32 


0.880 


23.67 


5 41 6 10 


1 


50 


2 14 


259 


16 


Wed. 


3 tilS.l 


57.79 


4 49.47 


0.881: 


24.67 


5 42i 6 08 


3 


21 


3 45 


26U 


17 


Thur. 


2 37 9.5 


57.92 


5 10.63 


0.882 


25.67 


5 44 6 06 


4 


22 


4 46 


261 


18 


Fri. 


2 13 57.8 


58.05 


5 31.79 


0.881 


26.67 


5 45 


6 04 


5 


20 


5 44 


262 


19 


Sat. 


1 50 43.3 


58.16 


5 52.94 


0.880 


27.67 


5 46 


6 02 


6 


00 


6 24 


263 


20 


Sun. 


1 27 26.3 


58.25 


6 14.05 


0.879 


28.67 


5 48 


5 59 


7 


06 


7 30 


264 


21 


Moil. 


1 4 7.2 


58.33 


6 35.11 


0.876 


0.31 


5 49 5 57 


7 


28 


7 52 


265 


22 


Tues. 


40 46.5 


58.39 


6 56.11 


0.873 


1.31 


5 50 5 56 


8 


09 


8 33 


266 


23 


Wed. 


N01724.4 


58.44 


7 17.02 


0.869 


2.31 


5 51; 5 54 


8 


43 


9 07 


267 


24 


Thur. 


SO 5 58.7 


58.48 


7 37.84 


0.865 


3.31 


5 53 5 52 


9 


14 


9 38 


268 


25 


Fri. 


29 22.4 


58.50 


7 58.55 


0.860 


4.31 


5 54 5 50 


9 


58 


10 22 


269 


26 


Sat. 


52 46.5 


58.50 


8 19.13 


0.854 


5.31 


5 56 


5 47 


10 


42 


11 06 


270 


27 


Sun. 


1 16 10.4 


58.49 


8 39.56 


0.848 


6.31 


5 58 


5 45 


11 


26 


11 50 


271 


28 


Moil. 


1 39 34.0 


58.47 


8 59.81 


0.840 


7.31 


5 59 


5 43 





10 


34 


272 


29 


Teus. 


2 2 56.8 


58.43 


9 19.87 


0.831 


8.31 


6 00 


5 41 


1 


20 


1 44 


273 


30 


Wed. 


2 26 18.5 


58.37 


9 39.72 


0.822 


9.31 


6 02' 5 39 


2 


28 


2 52 



Equation of Time to be added to Apparent Time to 1st, and subtracted the remainder 
of the month. 



Meteorological Register for the Month of September, 190S. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.460; Lowest, 29.630; Mean, 30.190. Thermometer— Highest 
74; Lowest, 36; Mean Max. Temperature, 65.24; Mean Min. Temperature, 51.07; Mean°Tem- 
perature, 58.31 ; Rainfall (inches), 0.84 ; Prevailing Winds, S. & W. 



Oahmdar. 



13 



OCTOBKR, 1903. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 



Full Moon 
Last Quarter - 



- Oth day, llh. 53m., a. m. 
-13th clay, 4h. 25rn., p. lu. 



New Moon — 20th day. Oh. Om., Noon. 
First Quarter— 28th day, 5h. 2m., a. m. 



10th Month. 
31 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John's. 





.d 








J<! 


" 








o 




>H 


S 


^ 


Cm 






o 


o 


O 


>. 


>-. 


>, 




« 


a 


Q 


a 


a 



feuu's Decli- 
nation. 



Ms 



saBo 



>>§ 




i 


S 


3 ca 


<1 


m 


«l 


3 
o 




s 



High Water. 

















VI. s. 


s. 


d. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


a. m. 


p. VI. 


274 


1 


Thur. 


S2 


49 


38.7 


58.31 


9 59.34 


0.812 


10.31 


6 03 


5 37 


3 20 


3 44 


275 


2 


Fri. 


3 


12 


57.2 


58.23 


10 18.70 


0.801 


11.31 


6 05 


5 35 


4 13 


4 37 


276 


3 


Sat. 


3 


36 


13.5 


58.13 


10 37.78 


0.789 


12.31 


6 0( 


5 33 


5 07 


5 32 


277 


4 


Sun. 


3 


59 


L7.4 


58.02 


10 56.56 


0.776 


13.31 


6 07 


5 31 


5 47 


6 11 


278 


5 


Men. 


4 


22 


38.4 


57.89 


11 15.02 


0.762 


14.31 


6 09 


5 29 


6 21 


6 45 


279 


6 


Tues. 


4 


45 


46.2 


57.75 


1133.14 


0.747 


15.31 


6 10 


5 27 


7 00 


7 24 


280 


7 


Wed. 


5 


8 


50.6 


57.60 


11 50.88 


0.731 


16.31 


6 11 


5 25 


7 36 


8 00 


281 


8 


Thur. 


5 


31 


51.1 


57.43 


12 8.23 


0.714 


17.31 


6 12 


5 23 


8 11 


8 35 


282 


9 


Fri. 


5 


54 


47.4 


57.25 


12 25.16 


0.696 


18.31 


6 14 


5 21 


8 46 


9 10 


283 


10 


Sat. 


6 


17 


39.1 


57.05 


12 41.65 


0.677 


19.21 


6 15 


5 18 


9 31 


9 55 


284 


11 


Sun. 


6 


40 


25.9 


56.84 


12 57.67 


0.658 


20.31 


6 17 


5 17 


10 16 


10 40 


285 


12 


Men. 


7 


3 


7.4 


56.61 


13 13.21 


0.637 


21.31 


6 18 


5 16 


11 12 


11 36 


286 


13 


Tues. 


7 


25 


43.4 


56.37 


13 28.24 


0.615 


22.31 


6 19 


5 14 


07 


31 


287 


14 


Wed. 


7 


48 


13.3 


56,11 


13 42.75 


0.593 


23.31 


6 21 


5 12 


1 38 


2 02 


288 


15 


Thur. 


8 


10 


36.8 


55.84 


13 56.72 


0.570 


24.31 


6 22 


5 10 


3 10 


3 34 


289 


16 


Fri. 


8 


32 


53.5 


55.55 


14 10.12 


0.546 


25.31 


6 24 


5 08 


4 06 


4 311 


290 


17 


Sat. 


8 


55 


3.1 


55.24 


14 22.94 


0.522 


26.31 


6 25 


5 Ot) 


5 02 


5 27 


291 


18 


Sun. 


9 


17 


5.1 


54.92 


1435.17 


0.497 


27.31 


6 27 


5 04 


5 43 


6 0/ 


292 


19 


Mon. 


9 


38 


59.2 


54.58 


1446.80 


0.472 


28.31 


6 28 


5 03 


6 20| 


6 44 


293 


20 


Tues. 


10 





44.9 


54.22 


1457.81 


0.446 


29.31 


6 SO 


5 Ou 


7 06 


7 30 


294 


21 


Wed. 


10 


22 


21.8 


53.85 


15 8.19 


0.419 


0.85 


6 31 


4 59 


7 44 


8 08 


295 


22 


Thur. 


10 


43 


49.6 


53.46 


15 17.91 


0.392 


1.85 


6 33 


4 56 


8 24 


8 JS 


296 


23 


Fri. 


11 


5 


7.7 


53.05 


15 27.00 


0.365 


2.85 


6 34 


4 55 


9 00 


9 -4 


297 


24 


Sat. 


11 


26 


15.9 


52.62 


15 35.42 


0.337 


3.85 


6 36 


4 53 


9 42 


10 06 


298 


25 


Sun. 


11 


47 


13.6 


52.18 


15 43.16 


0.308 


4.85 


6 37 


4 52 


10 24 


10 48 


299 


26 


Moil. 


12 


8 


0.6 


51.72 


15 50.21 


0.279 


5.85 


6 39 


' 49 


11 02 


11 26 


:i00 


27 


Tues. 


12 


28 


36.3 


51.25115 56.56 


0.250 


6.85 


6 40 


4 48 


11 38 


02 


301 


28 


Wed. 


12 


49 


0.4 


50.75 


16 2.19 


0.219 


7.85 


6 42 


4 46 


36 


1 00 


302 


29 


Thur. 


13 


9 


12.4 


50.24 


16 7.09 


0.189 


8.85 


6 43 


4 45 


1 42 


2 06 


303; 


30 


Fri. 


13 


29 


12.1 


49.72 


16 11.26 


0.158 


9.85 


6 44 


4 44 


2 45 


3 09 


3041 


31' 


Sat. 


13 


48 


58.9 


49.18 16 14.67 


0.126'l0.85 


6 46 


4 42 


3 48 


4 12 



Meteorolog-ical Register for the Month of October, 1902. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.4S0 ; Lowest, 30.480 ; Mean, 2f>.!)S0. Thermometer— Highest, "2 ; 
Lowest, 24. Mean Max. Temperature, 55.4 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 40.S ; Mean Tempera- 
ture, 4S,2; Rainfall (inches), 5.04; Prevailing Winds, N. & W, 



14 



Calendar. 



NOVEMBER, 1903. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 



Full Moon — 5th day, Th., 57ni., a. \a. 
Last Quarter — lltli clay, llh., 15m., p. lu. 



New Moon —19th day, Ih., 39m., a. m. 
First Quarter— 27th day, tJh., 6ra., a. m. 



llTH Month. 
30 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. John's. 


s 

Cm 
O 

>. 

ci 


5 

c 
o 

o 


1 
a 

a 


Sun's Decli- 
nation. 


a: 

o.S 




to 

1 


t6 
be 

■< 

_X 

1 i 

1 s 


S 

5 


i 

3 

OQ 


High Water. 








o \ // 


// 


m. s. 


s. 


d. 


a.m. 


'p.m. 


a. m. 


■p. m. 


305 


1 


Sun. 


S14 8 32.5 


48.61 


16 17.31 


0.094 


11.85 


6 47 


4 40 


4 36 


5 00 


306 


2 


Moil. 


14 27 52.4 


48.04 


16 19.18 


0.062 


12.85 


6 49 


4 38 


5 22 


5 44 


307 


3 


Tnes. 


14 46 58.4 


47.45 


16 20.27 


0.029 


13.85 


6 50 


4 37 


6 01 


6 25 


308 


4 


Wed. 


15 5 49.9 


46.84 


16 20.55 


0.005 


14.85 


6 52 


4 35 


6 41 


7 05 


30.9 5 


Tliur. 


15 24 26.6 


46.21 


16 20.02 


0.039 


15.85 


6 54 


4 33 


7 22 


7 44 


310 


6 


Fri. 


15 42 48.1 


45.57 


16 18.66 


0.074 


16.85 


6 55 


4 32 


8 00 


8 24 


811 


7 


Sat. 


16 54.0 


44.91 


16 16.47 


0.109 


17.85 


6 57 


4 30 


8 39 


9 03 


312 


8 


vSnii. 


16 18 43.9 


44.24 


16 13.43 


0.144 


18.85 


6 58 


4 29 


9 23 


9 47 


313 9 


Mull. 


16 36 17.4 


43.55 


16 9.54 


0.180 


19.85 


7 00 


4 28 


10 07 


10 31 


314 10 


Tnes. 


16 53 34.1 


42.84 


16 4.79 


0.216 


20.85 


7 02 


4 26 


10 57 


11 21 


31511 


Wed. 


17 10 33.7 


42.12 


15 59.17 


0.252 


21.85 


7 03 


4 25 


11 54 


18 


316 12 


Tliur. 


17 27 15.7 


41.38 


15 52.68 


0.289 


22.85 


7 05 


4 23 


118 


1 42 


317!l3 


Fii. 


17 43 39.7 


40.62 


15 45.32 


0.325 


23.85 


7 Ob 


4 22 


2 42 


3 06 


31814 


Sal. 


17 59 45.3 


39.84 


15 37.09 


0.361 


24.85 


7 08 


4 21 


3 39 


4 03 


319 15 


Sun. 


18 15 32.2 


39.05 


15 27.99 


0.397 


25.85 


7 09 


4 20 


4 36 


5 00 


3-2o:i6 


Mon. 


18 30 59.9 


38.25 


15 18.03 


0.433 


26.85 


7 11 


4 18 


5 18 


5 42 


32l!l7 


Tues. 


18 46 8.0 


37.42 


15 7.22 


0.468 


27.85 


7 12 


4 17 


6 00 


6 24 


322' 18 


Wed. 


19 56.1 


36.58 


14 55.56 


0.503 


28.85 


7 14 


4 16 


7 06 


7 30 


323!l9 


Thur. 


19 15 23.9 


35.73 


14 43.06 


0.538 


0.28 


7 15 


4 16 


7 24 


7 48 


324120 


Fri. 


19 29 30.9 


34.85 


14 29.73 


0.572 


1.28 7 16 


4 15 


8 02 


8 26 


32521 


Sat. 


19 43 16.8 


33.96 


14 15.59 


0.606 


2.28 7 18 


4 14 


8 38 


9 02 


32622 


Sun. 


19 56 41.1 


33.06 


14 0.65 


0.639 


3.28 7 19 


4 13 


9 18 


9 42 


327 


23 


Mon. 


20 9 43.6 


32.14 


13 44.91 


0.672 


4.28 7 21 


4 12! 9 54 


10 18 


328 


24 


Tues. 


20 22 23.8 


31.20 


13 28.40 


0.704 


5.28 


7 22 


4 11 10 36 


11 00 


329 


25 


Wed. 


20 34 41.4 


30.25 


13 11.12 


0.735 


6.28 


7 23 


4 1011 16 


11 40 


330 


26 


Thui-. 


20 46 36.0 


29.29 


12 53.10 


0.766 


7.28 


7 25 


4 09 


11 43 


07 


331 


27 


Fri. 


20 58 7.4 


28.31 


12 34.34 


0.796 


8.28 


7 26 


4 09 


39 


1 03 


332 


28 


Sat. 


21 9 15.2 


27.32 


12 14.87 


0.826 


9.28 


7 28 


4 08 


2 18 


2 42 


333 


29 


Sun. 


'21 19 58.8 


26.32 


11 54.70 


0.855 


10.28,7 29 


4 07 


2 54 


3 18 


334 


30 


Mon. 


21 30 18.3 


25.30 


11 33.84 


0.883 


11.28,7 30 


4 07 


3 54 


4 18 



Meteorolog-ical Register for the Month of November, 1902. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.360; Lowest, 29.380; Mean, 29.860. Thermometer- Highest 60- 
Lowest, 18; Mean Max. Temperature, 41.17; Mean Min. Temperature, 29. 2S- Mean Teintip' 
r.iture, 33.27 ; Rainfall (inches), 3.43 ; Prevailing Winds, N. & E, ' ^ 



Calendar. 



15 



DECEMBER, 1903. 



PHASES OF THE MOON. 



Full Moon 
Last Quarter 



- 4th day, 2h. 42in., p. in. 
-11th day, 7h. 22m., a. ni. 



New Moon — 18th day, 5h. 55ni., p. m. 
First Quarter — 2(ith day, lOh. 52ui., p. ni. 



12th Month. 
31 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John's. 





X. 


^ 








crt 




<u 


l>i 


o 


> 


e+H 




° ! 


o 


o 


>> 


>. 


Day 


a 


a 



Sun's Declina- 
tion. 





^° 






5'S 


> 






^o 






6D 



S 



c 
o 
as 



High Water. 



335 


1 


Tues. 


336 


2 


Wed. 


337 


3 


Thm-. 1 


338 


4 


Fri. 


339 


5 


Sat. 


34U 


6 


Sun. 


341 


/ 


Mon. 


342 


8 


Tues. 


343 


9 


Wed. 


344 


10 


Thur. 


345 


11 


Fri. 


346 


12 


Sat. 


347 


13 


ISiin. 


348 


14 


Men. 


349 


15 


Tues. 


350 


16 


Wed. 


351 


17 


Thur. 


35-2 


18 


Fri. i 


353 


19 


Sat. 


354 


20 


Sun. 


355 


21 


Mon. 


356 


22 


Tues. 


357 


23 


\>'ed. 


358 


24 


Thur. [ 


359 


25 


Fri. 1 


360 


26 


Sat. 


361 


27 


Sun. 


362 


28 


Men. 


363 


29 


Tues. 


364 


30 


Wed. 


365 


31 


Thur. 1 



S21 
21 
•21 

22 



22 15 
22 23 
22 30 
22 37 
22 44 
22 50 

22 55 

23 1 
23 5 
23 9 
23 13 
23 16 
23 19 
23 22 
23 24 
23 25 
23 26 
23 26 
23 26 
23 26 
23 25 
23 24 
23 22 
23 19 
23 17 
23 13 
23 10 



13.3 
43.3 

48.3 
27.8 
41.6 
29.6 
51.3 
46.7 
15.5 
17.5 
52.4 

0.2 
40.6 
53.6 
3 .9 
56.3 
45.8 

7.4 

0.9 
26.2 
23.3 
52.1 
52.6 
24.8 
28.7 

4.4i 
11.8 
51.1 

2.2 
45.3 

0.4 



24. 
23. 
22. 
21. 
20. 
18. 
17. 
16. 
15. 
14. 
13. 
12. 
11. 

9. 

8. 

7. 

6. 

5. 

4. 

o 



I m. s. 
27:11 12 
•23 10 
18 10 

11:10 

114' 9 
9 



95, 
86j 
75 
64 
5-2 
39 
25 
11 
96 
81 
64 
48 
31 
14i 
97! 
79 
61 
57 
75 
93 
.10 
28 
.45 
62 
79 
95 



6'. 

31 0.910 
14:0.937 
33:0.963 
91 '0.988 
89|l.013 
3ti 1.036 
15 1.059 
47 1.081 
1.102 
1.121 
1.14(( 
1.158 



d. \a.m.\ 



12.28 
13.28 
14.28 
15.28 
16.28 
17.28 
18.28 
19.28 



15. 
44, 
14, 
44, 
13, 
42. 



20.28,7 
i21.28|7 



1.174 
1.188 
1.201 
1.213 
1.223 
1.231 
1.239 
].244 
1.248 
1.250 
1-251 
1.250 
1.248 
1.244 
1.239 
1.232 
1.224 
1.21.- 
1.204 



22.28 
i23.28 
[24.28 
J25.28 
126.28 
27.28 
28.28 
29.28|7 
0.617 
1.617 
2.6117 
3.61' 
4.61 
5.61 
6.61 
7.61 
8.61 
9.61 
[10.61 
!ll.6l|7 
|12.61 7 



32 

33 

35: 

36' 

37 

38 

39 

40, 

41 

42' 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49, 

49 

5(1' 

SO 

51 

51 

52 

52 

52 

53 
53 
53 
53 
54 
541 



p. m. 
4 i<6 



• 5 

11-1 

04 

(14 

03, 

('3i 

03 
03 
03 
03~ 
03 
03 
03 
03 
04 
04 
05 
do 
(i6 
(i6 
(I" 
07 
08 
(i8 
(i9 
111 
10 
11 



a. rii.i 

4 47| 

5 3« 



7 (i4 

7 4.'; 

8 25 

9 (14 
9 5(' 

1(1 36 

11 38 

(1 30 

1 52 

3 0(1 



;". m. 
5 11 
t; (II 
fi 4 4 

7 28 

8 (17 

8 49 

9 28 

10 14 

11 no 



54 
2 16 



1)5 
50i 
3(1 



29 



6 04 



06 
34 



8 


(i9 


8 


47 


9 


18 


9 


56 


1(1 


31 


11 


16 



5 14 

5 54 

6 -jS 

7 3(1 

7 58 

8 33 

9 11 
9 42 

](i 2n 

1(1 :,:, 

]] 4(1 



11 55! 
261 
1 
2 
4 
5 



II .'ill 

2 02 

3 18 

4 28 

5 26 



Equation of Time to be subtracted from Apparent Time to 25th, and added the remainder 
of the month. 



Meteorolog-ical Register for the Month of December, 1901. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.530 ; Lowest, 29.270 ; Mean, 29.750. Thermometer— Highest 
55; Lowest, 16 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 30.00 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 29.18 ; Mean Tem'- 
perature, 34.18 ; Rainfall (inches), 3.99 ; Prevailing Winds, N. & W. 



l6 The Royal Family. — The British Ministry. 



His Majesty Edward VIL, R. I., by the Grace of God, of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of the British Dominions 
l>^\uiiii tlie Seas, King, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India, horn 9th 
of November, 1841 ; succeeded to the Throne January 23rd, 1901 ; mar- 
ried March 10th, 1863, to the Princess Alexandra, horn December 1st, 1844, 
eldest daughter of the King of Denmark. His Majesty's children — 

1. H. R. H. Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence ; horn January 8th, 
1864 ; died 14th January, 1892. 

2. H. R. H. GeorCxE Frederick, Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall 
and York, &c., &c. ; horn June 3rd, 1865 ; married July 6th, 1893, to 
Princess Victoria Mary of Teck ; horn May 26th, 1867 ; and has issue — 

1. Prince Edward, horn June 23rd, 1894. 

2. Prince Allsert, horn December 14th, 1895. 

3. Princess Victoria Alexandra, horn April 26th, 1897. 

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

3. H. R. H. Princess Louise, horn February 20th, 1867 ; married July 
27th, 1889, to the Duke of Fife. 

4. H. R. H. Princess Victoria, lorn July 6th, 1868. 

5. H. R. H. Princess Maud, horn November 26th, 1869 ; married 
July 22nd, 1896, to Charles, second son of the Crown Prince of Denmark. 

6. H. R. H. Prince Alexander, horn April 6th, died April 7th, 1871. 



Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury — Mr. A. J. Balfour. 

Lord President of the Council — Duke of Devonshire. 

Lord High Chancellor — Lord Halsbury. 

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster — Sir William Walrond. 

Chancellor of the Exchequer — Mr. Ritchie. 

Secretary of Stcde for Home Affairs — Mr. A. Akers-Douglas. 

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs — Lord Landsdowne. 

Secretary of State for the Colonies — Mr. J. Chamberlain. 

Secretary of State for War — Mr. Brodrick. 

Secretary of State for India — Lord George Hamilton. 

First Lord of the Admiralty — Lord Selborne. 

President of the Board of Trade — Mr. G. Balfour. 

President of the Local Government Board — Mr. W. Long. 

Chief Secretary for Ireland— Mv. G. Wyndham. 

Lord Chancellor for Ireland — Lord Ashbourne. 

Secretary for Scotland — Lord Balfour of Burleigh. 

President Board of Agriculture — Mr. Hanbury. 

Works and Public Buildings — Lord Windsor. 

[The above are members of the Cabinet.] 

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland — Earl Dudley. 
Postmaster-General — Mr. A. Chamberlain. 



Executive Council. — The Legislature. 



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COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Population (vvitli Labrador), Census 1901, 330,594. 
Capital— ST. JOHN'S; Pop. 39,.594. 

Governor, Commander-in-Chief and Vice- Admiral over the Island 

and its Dependencies : 
Sir Cavendish Boyle, K.C.M.G. 

Private Secretary : 
D. C. Cameron, Esq. 

Honorary Aide- de-Camp : 
Inspector General John R. McCowen. 
Typevjriter — George Cake ; Orderlies — James Carter, P. McDermot. 



(iBxccutihc Council. 

Kt. Hon. Sir R. Bond, Colonial Secretary ; Premier. 



Hon 



-, Minister of Justice. 



E. M. Jackman, Minister of Finance and Customs. 

E. P. Morris, K.C., ] 

G. Knowling, | 

A. W. Harvey, )- Without Portfolio. 

J. S. Pitts, I 

J. D. Ryan, J 

Clerk to the Council — Rt. Hon. Sir R. Bond. 
[The above form the Executive Council.] 

Departmental Officers not in Council. 
E. Dawe, Minister of Agriculture and Mines. 
T. J. Murph}^ Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 
G. "VV. Gushne, Minister of Public Works. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 



The Hon. Sir E. D. Shea, President. 
James McLoughlan, 
George T. Rendell, 
James Angel, 
John Harris, 
Dr. George Skelton, 
Samuel Blandford, 



The Hon. George Knowling, 

" Daniel J. Greene, K.C. 
" James Baird, 
" Edgar R. Bowring, 
" John B. Ayre, 
" James S. Pitts, 
R. K. Bishop. 



Officers : 
Oier/c— Hugh H. Carter. 

Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod — Charles S. Pinsent. 
Official Reporters — R. Pittman, G. Carty, J. Gleeson. 
Doorkeeper — E. Morris ; Assistant Doorkeeper — P. Myler. 
Messenger — George Scott. 
C 



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House of Assembly. 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

[Elected November 8th, 1900.] 

Number of Districts, 18 ; Number of Members, 36. 

Speaker—Ylow. L. O'B. Furlong ; Chairman of Committees— lA. T. Knight (Act'g). 



1. Bay-de-Verd— Two members. 

■Z, (Population, 9827rVotefs, 2395)7 

H. J. B. Woods ... ... 916 

M.T. Knight 911 

/. Mercer ... ... ... 875 

fF. P. Rogerson ... ... 872 

Vote iwllef], 1834. 

8. Bonavista — Three members. 
rPopulation, 20,.^57; Voters, 5115). 

A. B. Morine. K.C. ... ... 1874 

D. Blandford ... ... ... 1843 

M, Chaplin ... ... ... 1774 

C. H. Hutchings ... ... 1266 

Hon. J. Coxvan ... ... 1258 

A. H. Martin ... ... 1238 

Vote polled, 3181. 

%. Burgeo & La Foile — One member. 
(Populatiou, 7011; Voters, 1670). 

C. Emerson ... ... ... 679 

R. Moxdton ... ... ... 514 

Vote polled, 1193. 

4, Burin — Two members. 

(Population, 10,402; Voters, 2480). 

H. Gear ... ... ... 990 

E. H. Davey ... ... ... 923 

J. E. Lake ... ... ... 492 

F.D.Lilly ... ... ... 464 

J. Coady ... ... ... 74 

Vote polled, 1588. 

5. Carbonear — One member. 
rPopulatiou, 5024; Voters, 1392). 

J. Haddock ... ... ... 591 

J. Powell ... ... ... 407 

Vote polled, 998, 

6. Ferryland — Two members. 

(Population, 5697; Voters. 1592). 

M. P. Cashiii ... ... ... 1048 

J, D. Ryan ... ... .. 837 

M. E. Condon ... ... 374 

J. W. McCulloch ... ... 190 

J. i\". deary ... ... ... 123 

Vote polled, 1393. 

7. Fogo — One member. 

(Population, 7570; Voters. 1773). 

H. J. Earle ... ... ... 743 

.4. Cook ... ... ... 351 

Vote polled, 1094. 



8. Fortune Bay — One member. 

(Population, 8762; Voters, 2090). 

C, Way ... ... ... 1006 

L. A. McCuish ... ... 228 

Vote polled, 1234. 

9. Harbor Grace— Three members. 
(Population, 12.671; Voters, 3111). 

E. Dawe ... ... .. 1242 

Hon. A. W. Harvey ... ... 1195 

W. A. Oke ... ... ... 1190 

C. Dawe ... ... _,\ 1016 

A. G. Munn ... ... ... 1012 

T. Ross ... ... 91,3 

Vote polled, 2321. 

10. Harbor Main— Two members. 
(Population, 9500; Voters, 2393). 

F. Morris ... ... 9,31 

J. J. .John ... ... 778 

/. Leivis ... ... ."; 583 

M. O'Toole ... ... ... 296 

T. Fitzgihbnn ... ... 950 

Vote polled, 1604. 

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

(Population, 15,194; Voters, 3762). 
E. M. Jackman ... 1907 

T. Bonia ;;'. 1885 

R. T. McGrath 1317 

T Fitzpatrick gi2 

M.p.Gihhs ... ::: .:: 553 

J . H. Dee ... ... 55J 

T. Sullivan ... ... igy 

M. Tobin ... ... ' 192 

Vote polled, 2730. 

12. Port-de-Grave— One member. 
(Population, 7445; Voters, 1944). 

^■p-^I^"^^y - - 684 

J. F. Thompson ^lofv 

Vote polled,' 1314. ■' 
13. St. Barbe— One member. 
(Population, 8134; Voter,?, 1807). 
A. A, Parsons.. 
H. Y. Mott ... 

Vote polled, 1256. 

14. St. George— One member. 

(Population, 9100; Voters. 1970) 

W. R. Howlcy ... ■ gg- 

504 



794 
462 



D. Mclsaac 



Vote polled. 1341. 



B.oxise of AsssonUy, 



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15. St. John's East — Three members. 
(Population, 21,512; Voters, 4815.) 



17. Trinity — Three members. 

(Population, 20,695; Voters, 4706). 

G. W. Guslme 1990 

G. M. Johnson, K. C. ... ... 1905 

Hon. W. H. Horwood, K. C. ... 1901 

li. Watson 1286 

J{. F. Horwood ... ... 1283 

A. P. McKay... ... ... 1172 

Vote polled, 2580. 

18. Twillingate— Three members. 
(Population, 19,453; Voters, 4655). 

Hon. R. Bond 2207 

J. A. Clift 2044 

G. Roberts ... ... ... 2002 

A. C. Goodridge ... ... 1244 

A. Kean ... ... ... 1119 

J. W. Aitkm... ... ... 1037 

Vote polled, 3327. 

NoTK. — The population given is that of the Census of 1901, The voters do not in- 
clude those added to the lists on Election day. The votes polled do not include 
ballots rejected when counting. 

House of Assembly. 

{Alphabetically arranged, giving name of District for which each member is returned). 



J. Dwyer 




... 2538 


Hon. L. O'B. Fi 


irlong ... 


... 2533 


T. J. Murphy... 




... 2500 


T. M. White .. 




806 


J. R.yan 




772 


R. J. Parsons 




749 


.J. J. Pitman ... 




229 


Vote 


polled,"3540. 




16. St. John' 


3 West— Three members. 


(Population, 


18,483; Voters 


4186). 


Hon. E. P. Morris, K. C. 


... 2317 


J, Anderson 




.. 2096 


J. Scott 




... 2012 


S. G Collier .. 




... 1059 


C. W. Ryan .. 




985 


J. J. Midlaly 




835 


Vote 


^ polIed,"3222. 





1 — Anderson, J., St. John's West. 

2 — fBlaudford, D. , Bonavista. 

3— +Bond, Rt. Hon. SirR., Twillingate. 

4 — Bonia, T., Placentia <£• St. Mary's. 

5 — fCashin, M. P., Ferryland. 

6 — Chaplin, M., Bonavista. 

7 — Clift, J. A., Twillingate. 

8 — Davey, E. H., Burin. 

9 — +Dawe, E., Harbor Grace. 
10 — + Dwyer, J., St. John's East, 
11 — Earle, H. J., Fogo. 
12 — Emerson, C, Burgeo <t La Poile. 
13— fFurlong, L. O'B., St. John's East. 
14 — Gear, H,, Burin. 
15— Gushue, G. W., Trinity. 
16 — Harvey, Hon. A. W , Harbor Grace. 
17 — Jackman, Hon. E. M., Placentia it 
Mary's. 



18— Knight, M. T., Bay-de-Verd. 
19 — MacKay, A. M., Port-de-Grave. 
20 — Maddocli, J., Carbonear. 
21— tMcGrath, B. T., Plcccentia d: St. 

Mary's. 
22 — fMorine, A. B., K.C., Bonavista. 
23— fMorris, Hon. E. P., K.C., St. John's 

West. 
24 — Morris, F. J., Harbor Main. 
25— f Murphy, T. J. M., St. John's East. 
26— tOke, W. A., Harbor Grace. 
27 — Parsons, A. A., St. Barbe. 
28 — Roberts. G., Tioillingate. 
29— Ryan, Hon. J. D., Ferryland. 
30— Scott, J., St. John's West. 
31 — fSt. John, J. J,, Harbor Main. 
32— fWay, C, Fortune Bay. 



A Representative Assembly was first granted to this Colony in 1822, under the Governor- 
ship of Sir Thomas Cochr.vne. By the Constitution nine Districts were established, returning 
fiftsen members, who were to hold their seats duiing 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 1S54, upon the granting of Responsible Government, the numberof members was 
increased, at the instance of the Imperial Government, to thirty. In 1S74 the membersliip 
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 1SS5, after the publication of the Census of 1SS4, a partial re-distribntion 
took place. The District of Twillingate and Fogo was divided, Twillingate retaining three 
members, Fogo was given one. Bay-de-Verde, 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. 



+ Were members of the last House of Assembly. 



20 Government Offices. 

Officers of the House of Assembly. 

Clerk— F. T. McGrath. 
Assistant Cleric — A. Le C. Berteau. 
Sergeant-at-Arms — M. J. Hawker. 
Supervisor of Debates — M. A. Devine. 

Official Reporters— W. Martin, Wm. Pratt, W. R. Warren, T. Colling- 
■wood, P. Power. 

Doorkeepers — Joseph Daley, Thomas Graham, J. P-oone, P. Long. 
Messengers — J. Hackett, T. Eustace, C. Taylor. 
Pages — J. St. John, P. Murphy. 

Officers of the Legislature, &c. 

Law Clerk— M. W. Furlong. 
Librarian — Miss Morris. 
Engrossing Clerk — Miss Salter. 
Keeper Legislative Building — Mrs. Ryall. 
Fireman Legislative Biiilding — J. Haley. 



OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL. 

Office : Departmental Building. 

Office hours : 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 

Comptroller and Auditor General — F. C. Berteau, J. P. 
Clerk and Assistant Auditor — W. L. Donnelly. 
Assistant Clerk and Typeivriter — George R. Cake. 
Messenger — C. Brocklehurst. 



<25obernment <©fHcc?, "^t. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. 

Office : Departmental BuiLDiNa 

Office hours : 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 

Colonial Secretary — Rt. Hon. Sir R. Bond. 

Deputy Colonial Sec'i/ and Registrar of Joint Stock Co s. — Arthur Mews 

First Clerk— E. W. Pilot. 

Second Clerk — W. G. Currie. 

Third Clerk- 



Typewriter and Stenographer — F. M. Stirling. 
Messenger — C. Brocklehurst. 

Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths. 

Registrar General — Edward Doyle. 

Registering Officers — The Clergymen of the different denominations. 



Government Offices. 



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Inspectors of Weights and Measures. 



Shoe Cove, inclusive, to Little Bay, ex- 
clusive — R. Batstone. 
Little Bay, inclus., to Leading Tickles, 

inclusive — W. For an. 
Exploits — George Foote. 
Ttvillingate — Elias Peyton. 
Herring Neck — A. Kearley. 
Fogo and adjacent Islands- — 

A. Anthony. 
Straight Shore— John B. Wheeler. 
■Greenspond — J. Sainsbnry. 
Happy Adventure to Greenspond — 

C. Harris. 
King's Gove to Keels — Thos. Curtis, 

(of Henry). 
Bonavista — E. Brown (of Wni.) 
Catalina — A. J. Crocker. 
Trinity — E. H. Maidment. 
Koster's Point — Geo. Reid. 
Bonaventure, British Harbour and 

vicinity — Henry Gardner. 
Smith's Sound and Random Sounds — 

Pierce Currie. 
Chance Cove to Green's Harbor — 

Joseph Newhook. 
Heart's Content — Charles Rend ell. 
Northern Bay to Bay -de- Verd and. Old 

Perlican — John Wiltshire. 
Freshwater to Northern Bay — 

Mark Moores. 
Carbonear — Laurence Mackey. 
Harbor Grace — M. Power. 
Spaniard's Bay — Esau Gosse. 
Bay Roberts — Adriel Hierlihy. 



Port-de-Grave and Bareneed, and 

Clarke's Beach to Hibb's Hole, in- 
clusive — J. T. Andrews. 
Whitbourne — Peter S. Murphy. 
Brigus to South River — Geo. 

Butland. 
Harbor Main — Jas. Murphy. 
Bell Island — Rd. Costigan. 
St. John's — Thomas Brien. 
Ferryland — Marmaduke Clow. 
Barrisway to Beckford — Walter 

Young. 
Placentia and Branch — John 

Handrick. 
Harbor Buffett and adjacent Islands 

— Charles D. Chambers. 
Burin — G. Ross. 
St. Laivrence — A. Fitzpatrick. 
Fortune— Henvj J. Haddon. 
Grand Bank — Eli Harris. 
Harbor Breton — Benjamin Chapman. 
Pass Island to Cape LaHune — 

Samuel P. Camp. 
Burgeo, Fast — James Caines. 
Burgeo to Isles-aux-Morts — James 

Le Moine. 
Isles-aux-Morts to Cape Ray — 

Manual Bragg. 
Cape Ray to Codroy, inclusive — 

James Collier. 
Cape Anguille to Serpentine Brook — 

George Goodland. 
Bay of Islands — D. J. Gilker. 
Bonne Bay — John C. Squires. 



Keeper of Observatory. 

Miss Delaney. 

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

Office : British Hall. 

Hours : 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. 
Commissioner — R. H. O'Dwyer. 
Inspector and Accountant — John Dunphy. 
Book-keeper — W. S. Dunphy. 
Clerk — Edward Rawlins. 

Relieving^ Officers in Outports. 



Manuels — George Squires. 
Harbor Main — Edwai'd Murray. 
Brigus — J. N. Leamon. 



Port-de-Grave — G. Andrews. 
Bay Roberts — Edward Taylor. 
Harbor Grace — Alex. Squires. 



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Government Offices. 



Spaniard's Bay — Esau Gosse. 
Garbonear — J. Mackey. 
Mulky's Cove — J. B. Le Grow. 
Western Bay — Eli Crumniey. 
Lower Island Cove — A. Hudson. 
Bay-de-Verde— Dajiiel O'Neil. 
Gh-ate's Gove—\\^. H. Meaclns. 
Old Perlican — Elias March. 
Hant's Harbor — J. Sheehan. 
Heart's Content — G. E. Charlton. 
New Harbor — Moses Parsons. 
Britannia Cove — D. Currie. 
Trinity— G. R. Lilly, J. P. 
Catalina — F. Somerton. 
Bonavista—T. W. Stabb, J. P. 
King's Cove — Re\-. W. Kirby. 
Open Hall — J. E. Long. 
James' Cove — George Haines. 
Salvage — K. Burden. 
St. Brendan's — Eev. G. Battcock. 
Wesleyville — S. Wicks. 
Greenspond — R. Humphries. 
Musgrave Harbor — J. B. Wheeler. 
Forjo—A. J. Eitzgerald. 
Twillingate — J. Colbourne. 
Exploits — S. Manuel. 
Little Bay— J. B. Blandford, J.P. 
La Scie — D. Duggan, J. P. 
St. Anthony— j'^T. Moore. 



Labrador — E. E. Burgess. 

Blanc Sablon — Benj. Parsons. 

Flower's Cove—S. B. Pike. 

Bonne Bay — J. F. Bancroft. 

Bay of Islands — A. McEchren. 

St. George's Bay— B.d. McDonnel, J.P. 

Channel — N. Smith. 

Eose Blanche — R. Furneaux. 

La Poile — J. C. Le Scelleur. 

Burgeo—Q. K. White. 

Rencontre, West — Jas. Wormold. 

Pushthrough — Wm. Camp (acting). 

Har. Briton— V. Hubert, J.P. (act'g.) 

St. Jacques — C. Clinton. 

Grand Bank — George Bell. 

Fortune— W. P. Lake. 

Lamaline — Tho«. Haley. 

St. Lawrence — Emanuel Pike. 

Burin — John Mitchell. 

Mortier Bay — John Walsli. 

Orferm— R.'McGrath, J. P. 

Prcsque — P. Sullivan, J. P. 

Harbor Buffett—C. D. Chambers, 

Placentia — J. 0'Reill3^ 

St. Mary's — James Power. 

Trepassey — R. H. Carey, J. P. 

Ferrylund — M. J. White (acting). 

Mobile—Wm. O'Driscoll. 

Witless Bay — Louis Mullowne^^ 



District Surgeons. 

St. John's West — Dr. N. S. Eraser. Hctrbor Grace 

-Dr. A. S. Pike. 
St. John's East—I>T. K. McKenzie. 

— Dr. J. G. Duncan. 



Dr. W. M. Allan. 
Placentia — Di'. N. IJ.'Kendrick. 
Burgeo—Dr. F. McDimald. 
' Channel — Dr. W. Grant. 



Lunatic Asylum. 
Resident Physician — Dr. J. S. Tait. 

Matron— Isiiss Scott. 

General Hospital. 
Resident Physician — Dr. Henry Shea. 
Visiting Physicians — Dr. H. Rendell, Dr. F. Stabb. 
Matron — Miss Campbell. 

Poor Asylum. 

Superintendent — William Pridf a ux. 
Matron — Mrs. W. Prideaux. 
Physician — Dr. J. S. Tait. 

Public Health. 
By Order in Council the functions of the Board of Health, for the 
Electoral District of St. John's, are exercised by Dr. K. McKenzie, who is 
also the Medical Health Officer for the said district. 



Government Offices 



23 



Health Officers. 
St. John's— Dr. K. McKenzie (Medical Health Officer). 

—Dr. H. Rendell, Dr. F. Stabb, (Attendants on H. M. 

seamen). 
— Peter Furlong (Inspector). 
Harbor Grace — Dr. W. Allan. i Trinity — Dr. R. White. 

Carbonear — Dr. A. Boyle. I Fogo — Dr. T. Malcolm. 

Hermitage Bay — Dr. E. Thompson. 



Fever Hospital. 

Physicians— Di: W. T. Scully, Dr. F. Stabb. 
Matron — Ida Noel. 

Twilling^ate Hospital. 

Keeper — Selina Roberts. 



MEDICAL BOARD. 



Dr. J. S. Tait, Registrar, 
" Hy. Shea, President, 
" N. McKendrick, 



Appointed by Government. 



H: Rendeirrr.asum-,}^PP°^"*"^ ^>' ^^- ^^^^"'"^ '^^^^^^^^ Society. 
Wm. M. Allan, Harbor Grace,"! Appointed by Conception Bay Medical 
J. G. Duncan, St. John's, j Society. 

Medical Practitioners Registered in Newfoundland. 



f R. A. Brehm, 
.1. D. Duncan, 
Nutting S. Eraser, 
Alfred Jos. Harvey, 
Laurence E. Keegan, 
W. Francis Kennedy, 
A. E. Lemon, 
C. M. Lemon. 
J. W. McCulloch, 

St. John's^ Ken. D. McKenzie, 
Tim. M. Mitchell, 
Geo. Nelson Murphy, 
Lamont Paterson, 
Alexander S. Pike, 
Herbert Rendell, 
W. T. Scully, 
Henry Shea (General 

Hospital). 
Fred. Albert Stabb. 
J. Sinclair Tait, Medical 
Supt. Lun. Asyl. 
/Geo. H. Thompson. 
\H. K. Stock well. 

Salmon Cove — Wm. Edward Jones. 

Whitbourne — Arch. A. Chisholm. 

Brigtis—Mich'l Roderick McDonald. 

Bay Roberts — Thos. C. McLeod. 



Bell Isle 



/William M. Allan, 
Harbor Grace j W. H. G. Aspland, 

i Walter A. Strapp. 
Cccrbonear {Albert Debrisy Boyle, 

{G. L. Stentaford. 
Broad Cove— Richard Dunn. 
Western Bay — Robert M. Nelson. 
Grate's Cove — Eli King. 
Old Perlican — Wellington Williams. 
Heart's Content — Arthur Anderson. 
Britannia Cove — Pickard. 
Tmu^vj?"^,'^'^* White, 

■^ (Arthur E. White. 
Greenspond — John Peter Smith. 

King's Cove — Chas. G. Levisconte. 
e , fWilliam Tulk, 
Salvage^j^^^^^ J. McDonald. 

Brookfield— Alitx. S. Smith. 
Fogo — Thomas Malcolm. 
Twillingate — Frederick R. Stafford. 
Exploits — A. A. MacDonald. 
Botwoodville — George F. Bovvden. 
Tilt Cove — James J. Smith. 



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Medical Board — Post Office Department 



Bonne Bay — George F. Prebble. 
Bay of Islands — George Webber. 
Birchy Cove — C. A. Ames. 
Stephenville — Thaddeus Scott. 
Bay St. George— Donald J. Betlnine. 
Channel — William Grant. 
Burgeo — Finlay McDonald. 
Hermitage Cove — Eben. Thompson. 
Harbor Briton— Conrad Fitzgerald. 
c,. T fL. J. Giovannetti, 

Sf. Jacques ^_ ^_ Fitzgerald. 



Placentia - 



Grand Bank — Allan McDonald. 
Burin — Herbert Smith. 

Neil McKendrick, 

T. J. O'Riftlly. 
St. ilfa?7/'s— William Hogan. 
TrejMSseij—Bohert Hillary Carey. 
Ferryland—U. J. Freebairn. 
Millerton—B. T. Richards. 
Bay Bulls— H. A. Smith. 
N. ct N. TV. Railway — L. Paterson. 



5^o^t Office a^cpartmcnt 

GENERAL POST OFFICE, ST. JOHN'S. 

Office Hours: 7.30 a. m. to 7.30 p.m. (Sundays excepted). 
Postmaster General — H. J. B. Woods. 

St. John's Office, General Department. 

Clerks — Geo W. LeMessurier, Arthur W. Martin, Jas. E. Campbell, 
Edw. Devereux, John W. Kins^lla, Alexander Ewing, James Cox, James 
Coughlan, John H. Clark, William Campbell, John F. Ne^vmau, Henry 
F. Shortis, John C. Mesher, Isaac J. Evelly, Charles Nicoll, Thomas 
J. Vavasour, Mark Davis, James Gushue, John Parrell, Bertram Jenkins, 
Edward Hudson. 

Letter Carriers — Edwin J. }*icGre£ror, Arthur W. Shano, Fi'ederick 
Du Tot, Arthur Watts, Samuel J. Bradbury, Michael Comerford, William 
F. Coady, Albert Atkinson, William P. Hiscock. 

Parcel Post Office. 
Hector F. Eraser, Walter A. Knight. 

Money Order Office. 
Henry B. Dryer, George B. Lloyd, John A. Noel. 

Keeper — Robert Walsh. 
Fireman — William Thistle. 
JFatchman — Michael Connors. 

Travelling Post Offices. 

Mail Clerk, S. S. Bruce— Thomas R. McGrath. 
Mail Clerk, Bonavista Bay — Francis Stares. 
Mail Clerk, Notre Dame £ai/— William Freeman. 
Mail Clerk, Trinity Bay — Stephen Jeans. 
Mail Clerk, Placentia Bay — David Coady. 
Mail Clerk, Straits of Belle Isle — John McNeil. 
3fail Clerk, Labrador — Cliarles Butler. 



Post Office Department. 25 



Branch Offices, St. John's. 

Garrison Hill — Miss Delaney. 

King's Bridge — Mrs. Richard Hayes. 

Monkstowyi — Miss Spry. 

Eiverhead — Miss Mealy. 

South Side — Mrs. "Warren. 

St. John's Central — Dicks & Co. 

" Prescott Street — Miss BuUey. 

" Duckworth Street East — Miss Coonan. 

Pillar Boxes. 

Job's Bridge; Junction LeMarcliant Road and Pleasant Street; Junc- 
tion Circular and Bannerniau Roads ; Junction Freshwater and Penny- 
well Roads; Central Fire Station; Rav.lins' Cross; Custom House; Rail- 
way Station; Entrance Gate, Colonial Building; Opposite the Court 
House on Duckworth Street; Foot of Prescott Street; Queen's Road, East 
of Victoria Street; Corner Brazil and New Gower Streets; Corner Cabot 
and Lime Streets. 

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

1. Collectors will eall regularly for letters at the Bi'anch Offices kept 
by Miss Coonan, Duckworth Street East; Miss Bulley, corner Prescott 
Street; Miss Mealy, Riverhead; Miss Delaney, Garrison Hill; Mrs. Rich'd 
Hayes, King's Bridge, and Mrs, Warren, South Side, every morning (ex- 
cept Sundays) at 7.30 o'elock. Stamps are sold at these offices. 

2. Pillar Boxes and Branch Offices at Miss Coonan's, Dicks & Co. and 
Miss Bulley's, will be cleared every week-day at 7.30 o'clock, a. m.; also 
at 2 o'clock, p. m. Correspondence posted after the hour's stated will be 
too late for mails to be despatched on that day. Tlie Box at Railway 
Station (except on Sundays) will also be cleared of late letters for despatch 
by rail ten minutes before starting of train. 

3. Late letters may be posted on board the Coastal Steamer for West 
.after 9 a. m. on morning of despatch, rip to time of starting. 

4. There is a free delivery of letters and papers, by Carriers, through- 
out the city limits, twice a day, at 9.30 a. m. and 2.30 p. m. Carriers are 
anthorized to collect insufficiently paid postage and nothing further. 

5. The city limits for the delivery of letters and papers are as fol- 
lows, viz.: — 

From Railway Wharf, including Battery Road and Walshtown, Signal 
Hill Road round by Quidi Vidi Road to eastern gate of Hospital ; 
thence by Railway track, west of Church of England Cemetery, to 
King's Bridge Way Office ; back to Circular Road to Belvidere Con- 
vent ; thence by Newtown Road to end of Le Marchant Road, and to 
jrmction of Shaw Street with Hamilton Street ; Water Street West 
to Cross Roads, Riverhead. 

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



26 Post Office Department. 

Licensed Stamp Vendors. 

7. Allan, T. J., Water Street ; Atlantic Book Store, Water Street ;. 
Berrigan, Wm., Gower Street ; Barry, Mrs., Colonial Street ; Bulley, Mrs. 
F., Duckworth Street ; Byrne, G., 357 Water Street ; Chisholm, J. F-r 
Water Street ; Connors, Mrs., 160 New Gower Street ; Coonan, Miss, cor- 
ner Duckworth and Ordnance Streets ; Coffee, Miss, King's Road ; Daw- 
son, Mi-s., Water Street West ; Dicks & *.;o., Water Street ; Fitzgerald, 
Mrs., 20 Carter's Hill ; Fitzpatrick, F., Cabot Street ; Fitzpatrick, John, 
Gower Street ; Furness, Mrs., cornei Waldegrave and George Streets ;. 
Garland, S. E., 177 Water Street; Gray & Goodland, Water Street; 
Hartery, Mrs., 1 New Gower Street ; Harvey, Mrs. John, South Side ; 
Fitzgerald, H., 1 Military Road ; Marcli, G. L., 299 Water Street; Milli- 
gan, G. S., 279 Water Street ; Paton, Mrs. T. H., Casey Street ; Quinlau, 
Mrs. E., Barnes' Road ; Rose, Mrs., .3 Cookstown Road ; Ryan, Mrs., 
Harvey Road ; Spry, J. W. W., 55 Monkstown Road ; Squires, Mrs., 
Spencer Street ; Whitten, Miss, 26 Hayward's Avenue. 

POSTAL RATES. 

Inland Postage, pre-paid by Stamps. 

Letters, per one ounce or fraction thereof ... ... ... ... 3 cents. 

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, newspaper MS., printers' joroof sheets 
(whether corrected or not), maps, drawings, photographs, sheet music 
(printed or written), documents (wholly or partly printed or written), 
such as deeds, policies of insurance, and of like character ; packages- 
of seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions or grafts ; patterns or samples of 
goods or merchandize ; eye-glasses, microscopic slides and spectacles. 

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

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

FRANKED LETTERS. 

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

The Governor ; the Governor's Private Secretary and Aide-de-Canip ;. 
the Members of the Executive Council ; the Members of the House of 
Assembly and Legislative Council, while in Session ; Secretary of Coun- 
cil of Higher Education ; the Judges, Supreme Court ; the Registrar of 
Births and Marriages ; the Heads of Departments ; the Judges of District 
Courts ; the Comptroller and Auditor-General ; the Inspector-General of 
Constabulary ; the Postmaster General ; the Government Engineer ; the 
Deputy Ministers, including the Assistant Collector and the Commissioner 
of Public Charities ; the Resident Physician, General Hospital and Lunatic 
Asylum ; the Secretary, Public Works' Department ; the Inspector Post 
Office Department ; the Chief Clerk, Post Office Department ; the Chief 
Clerk, Customs' Department ; the Inspector of Customs ; the Inspector of 
Lighthouses ; the School Inspectors. 



Fost Office Department. 



27 



FOREIGN POSTAGE TABLE. 



Countries. 



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Ahysinia 

a Aden (in Atrica) India Postal Agency 

Africa — West Coast (Native Possessions) 

a Algeria 

a Antigua 

Arabia 

Argentine Confederation 

Ascension... 

a Australia, South and WeRt 

« Austria-Hungary... 

a Bahania.s 

a Barbadoes 

Bechuanaland 

a Belgium... 

a Bermuda 

a Borneo (North British), (Sandakan; 

Brazil 

« British Guiana ... 

a Bulgaria 

a Burmah 

a Cameroous and Togo (West Coast .A^frica) ... 

a Canada ... 

a Cape Colony 

a Ceylon ... 

Chatham Islands 

« Chili ... ... ;;; ;;; ;.. 

China 

P. 0. at Amoy. Canton, Foo Chow, Hankow, Hoil; 

Ningpo, Shanghai, and Swatow 
a Congo Free State (, Banana, Borna, and Matidi) 
Cuba 
a Cyprus 

a Danish West Jndies (St. Croi.T, St. Thomas j" 
a Denmark (including Iceland and Faroe Islnnds 
a Dominica 
« Dutch Ea.st Indies 

«Egy])t ;;; ;;; 

a Falkland Islands 

Fiji ... ... ... ;;; ;;; 

a France ... 

a Gambia ... 

« Gaudur [in Belochistan] 

a Germany [and German East Afrija Protectorate] 

a Gibralter 

« Gold Coast ... .'; 

a Great Britain and Ireland... 

a Grenada... 

Greece 

Guiana [Dutch and Fren?l>]... 

a Hawaii ... 

Hayti 

« Holland... 

Honduras... 



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cts. 
5 
2 
5 
5 
2 
5 
5 
2 
5 
5 
2 
2 

10 
5 
2 
o 
5 
5 
5 
2 
5 
2 
2 
2 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
2 

5 
5 
2 
5 
5 
2 
2 
5 
2 
5 
5 
2 
2 
2 
2 
5 
.'i 
5 
5 
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2 



cts. 

[A] 

2 

[A] 

2 
2 

A] 

2 

A] 

2 
2 
2 
2 

A] 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

A] 

2 

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2 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 

9 
[A] 

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



cts. 
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 
] 

] 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



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5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 

5 

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5 

5 

5 

5 

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6 
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5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
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5 
5 

5 
5 
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5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
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5 
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Foreign Postage Table — (Continued). 



Countries. 



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■« Honduras, British [Belize] 

« Hong-Kong 

a India, British 

a Bundur Abbas, Biishire, Jask and Linga [India Postal 

Agencies] 
a Bagdad and Bassorah [India Postal Agencies] 
u Italy [with agencies at Tripoli. Assab and Msssowah]. 
a Jamaica... 
u Japan 
a Labuan ... 
a Lagos ... 
a Leeward Islands ... 
« Luxembourg ... .,. 

Madagascar 

a Malta ... 

« Mauritius 

« Mombassa and Laniu 

Mexico 

u Moutserrat 

Morrocco ... 

a Muscat [in Arabia], India Postal Agency ... 

^i Natal ... 

Navigator's Island (Samoa) 

^s Nevis ... ... ... ... ... ^ 

« New Guinea [German Protectorate] ... ...i 

a New South Wales ... ... ... . " | 

/^ New Zealand ... ... ... ... '"'. 

« Netherlands [Holland] ... ... ... .[ 

Norfolk Island ... ... ... ... ' 

u Norway . . 

« Orange River Colony ... ... ... "i 

^f Panama [British Postal Agency] ... .'. 

Persia 

Peru ... ... ..' ' ' 

Pitcairn Island 

Porto Rico 

a Portugal, Azores and Maderia Islands '.. 

« Queensland 

« Ronmania ... ... ... "\ 

Russia, including Finland ... 

a St. Helena 

St. Pierre and Miquelon 

.« St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent ... ... 

a Salvador 

San Domingo 

« Sandwich Islands (Hawaii) ... ... ' 

« Sa.rdwak 

•a Seychelles Islands 

« Siam 

a Sierra Leone 

Society Islands 

Spai« 

« Straits Settlements [Singapore, &c.] 



cts. 
5 
2 
2 

2 
2 
5 
2 
5 
5 
2 
5 
5 

2 
2 
5 
5 
2 





2 
5 
5 
2 
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5 
5 
2 
5 
5 
5 

5 

5 

5 
5 
5 
2 
5 
2 

5 
5 

5 
5 
.5 
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2 
5 
5 



cts. 


cts. 1 


2 




2 




2 




2 




2 




2 




2 




2 




2 




2 




9 





2 

[A] 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

[A] 

2 
2 

[A] 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

[A] 

2 

[A] 

2 
2 

[A] 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

[A] 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

[A] 

2 
2 
2 

[A] 

2 
2 
2 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



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5 
5 
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5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 

5 

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



Post Office Department. 



29 



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« Switzerland 


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5 


« Tangier... 


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a Trinidad, Tobago and Turk's L«land 


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« Tunis ... 


5 


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Turkey European and Asiatic | g^;;^,^ p^^t^l Agencies. 
a Constantinople and Smyrna 1 ° 


5 


2 




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a United States of America ... 


5 


2 




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a Urugay ... 


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5 


Uganda 


^ 


2 




5 


Venezuela... 


5 


2 




5 


« Victoria [Australia] 


5 


2 




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a Zanzibar [India Postal Agency] 


5 


2 




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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 the name oi which are 
in italics are not in the Universal Po.stal Union. 

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

MONEY ORDER OFFICE. 

In sending money by mail it is always best to transmit it by Money 
Oriler, if possible. If sent by letter, it should always be registered. No- 
half-pence to be introduced into Orders. Money Orders issued aud paid 
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. 



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 ... 
Over $10 not exceeding $20 



20 




30 


30 




40 


40 




50 


50 




60 


60 




70 


70 




80 


80 




90 


90 




100 



5 cents 


10 




15 




20 




25 




30 




35 




40 




45 




50 





No single Money Order, payable in Newfoundland, can be issued for 
more than $100 ; but as many up to $100 each may be given as the re- 
mitter requires. 



30 Post Office Departvient. 



On Dominion of Canada and United States. 



For sums not exceeding $10 ... 
Over $10 and not exceeding $20 



20 




30 


30 




40 


40 




50 


50 




60 


60 




70 


70 




80 


80 




90 


90 




100 



5 cents. 


10 




15 




20 




25 




30 




35 




40 




45 




50 





Maximum amount of any one Order to any of the above Countries, 
$100 ; but for a larger amount there can be as many Orders issued as the 
remitter may require. 

On the United Kingdom. 

For sums not exceeding £2 stg. 12 cents. 

Over £2 and not exceeding £5 25 " 

" 5 " 7 37 " 

" 7 " 10 49 " 

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

The other countries and British colonies upon which Money Orders 
are granted are distinguished by the letter (a) placed immediately before 
the name of tlie country or place in the Table published on pages 28, 29, 
30, of this Almanac ; the rates of commission may be learned at the Money 
Order Office. 

General Suggestions to the Public respecting Money Orders. 

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

State correctl}'' 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, payuient 
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 suffice. When an Order is 
presented through a bank, the Order, being properly signed, must also be 
crossed with the banker's name. 



Post Office Department. 



31 



POSTAL ORDERS. 

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





Cost in Local Cur- 1 




Cost in Local Cur- 


Amount of 


rency, including 


Amount of 


rency, including 


Order. 


Connnission. ! 


Order. 


Commission. 


Is. Od. stg. 


$0 27 


4s. 6d. stg. 


$1 14 


1 6 


39 


5 


1 26 


2 


53 


7 6 


1 87 


2 6 


65 


10 


2 48 


3 


77 


10 6 


2 60 


3 6 


90 


15 


3 71 


4 


1 02 


20 


4 93 



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 lbs., 
or that is not sufficiently paid ; the postage upon all parcels must in all 
cases be paid in advance by means of ordinary adhesive postage stamps. 
Such parcels may be registered, the fee therefor being three cents. 

United Kingdom. 

Parcels may be transmitted by Parcel Post to the United Kingdom 
(and through the United Kingdom to 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 or girth measured 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 pre-paid, will be as follows : On parcels 
not exceeding three pounds in Aveight, twenty-four cents — this being the 
minimum charge ; on parcels over three pounds in weight, up to seven 
pounds, forty-eight cents ; over seven pounds aiid under eleven pounds, 
seventy-two cents — eleven poiinds being the maximum weight. Parcels 
transmitted through the United Kingdom to countries with which the 
United Kingdom operates a parcel post system will be subject to the rates 
of postage chargerble by the United Kingdom on parcels to such countries, 
which postage shall be over and above the rates enumerated as aforesaid ; 
such parcels as last referred to shall be subject to the rules respecting 
transit thereof, etc., of the United Kingdom. 



32 



Post Office Department. 



Insurance of Foreign and Colonial Parcels. 

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



Foreign Countries. 



Limit of In 


sured Value. 




i Limit of Insured Value. 




Algeria 


... 


• > . 


£ 20'Hollaii.! 


£ 40 


Austria-HuDgary 


... 




120 -Italy 


40 


Belgium ... 






120 Luxemberg 


120 


Beyrout ... 


... 


... 


20 . Montenegro 


40 


Cameroons 


. ■• 


• • . 


120 j Norway' ... 


120 


China 


... 


. ■ . 


120 1 Roumania 


20 


Constantinople 


... 


> . . 


20 1 Russia 


120 


Denmark 


... 


. • ■ 


120 i Sarawak 


120 


Egypt ... 


• .. 




l20|Servia 


20 


Finland . . . 


• > • 


. . . 


120 1 Smyrna ... 


20 


France 


• • ■ 


• .. 


20 Sweden ... 


120 


Germany 


... 


• . . 


120 Switzerland 


120 




funis 


-. 


... 20 






British 


Col 


onies and Possessions. 




Limit of Insured Val 


ue. 


Limit of Insured Value. 




Aden 




• • . 


£120 Leeward Islands ... 


120 


Antigua ... 




• • ■ 


120 Mombasa 


120 


Ascension 




■ • ■ 


50 Montserrat 


120 


Bahamas 




• . ■ 


50 (New South Wales ... 


50 


Barbadoes 




• . . 


120 New Zealand 


50 


Bermuda 




• • • 


120 Nevis 


120 


British Gnina 




■ •. 


120 Niger Coast Protectorate 


50 


British North Borneo 


• ■ . 


120! Sarawak 


50 


Ceylon 




■ •■ 


120 i South Australia 


50 


Cyprus 




• .. 


50 St. Helena 


50 


Dominica 




• .• 


120 St. Kitt's 


120 


Falkland Islands 




• • • 


50 St. Lucia 


120 


Gambia 




... 


120 St. Vincent, West Indies 


50 


Gibraltar 




... 


50 { Straits Settlements 


50 


Grenada 






50 


Tasmania 


50 


Hong-Kong 






120 


Tobago 


120 


India 




• .. 


120 


Tortola 


120 


Labuan . . . 




... 


50 


Trinidad 


120 


Lagos 


Zanzibar 


... 


50 


Victoria 

... 120 


60 



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. ... 
To secure compensation up to 24 stg. 
To secure compensation up to 36 stg. 
To secure compensation up to 48 stg. 
To secure compensation up to 60 stg. ... 



... 10 cents 


... 15 


(( 


... 20 


a 


... 25 


(1 


... 30 


u 



Post Offlee Department. 3^^ 

To secure compensation up to 72 stg 35 cente. 

To secure compensation up to 84 stg 40 " 

To secure compensation up to 96 stg. ... ... 45 " 

To secure compensation up to 108 stg. ... ... 50 " 

To secure compensation up to 120 stg. ... ... 55 " 

Compulsory Insurance. 

It will he 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 he compulsorily registered, the addressee being charged with 
a fee of 8d. stg. The same rule will be enforced in this Colony in regard 
to parcels from the United Kingdom. 

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

Dominion of Canada. 

Parcels may be accepted at any Post Otiice in Newfoundland foi' tliu 
Dominion of Canada, subject to the conditions herein stated. The rate of 
postage being 15 cents per pound or fraction of a pound weight to all parts 
of Canada. No parcel can be forwarded if over seven pounds in weight, or 
if it measure more than two feet in length by one foot in width or depth. 

United States. 

Parcels are accepted for transmission to tlie United States subject to 
the following rates : — 

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

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

No parcel may exceed eleven povmds 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 destroj^ 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, 3 cents ; to the United Kingdom, 4 cents ; to 
Canada and the United States, 5 cents. , 

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

General. 

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

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



61 



LIST OF POST OFFICES IN NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Post Offices marked (*) are Money Order Offices. 



Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Nanie. 


Adam's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde 


Solomon Hudson. 


Amherst Cove 


Bonavista 


Thomas Ford. 


Anchor Boint ... 


St. Barbe 


Jacob Genge. 


Anderson's Cove 


Fortune 


Charles Thornhill. 


Argentia 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Mrs. J. McGratb. 


Arnold's Cove 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Mrs. M. A. Boutcher. 


*Avondale 


Harbor Main 


Edward Kennedy. 


Aquaforte 


Ferryland 


Henry Windsoi'. 


*Baine Harbor 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Eli Gardner. 


Baine Harbor 


Fortune 


L. Burgess. 


Balena 


Fortune 


A. Neilsen. 


Bareneed 


Port-de-Grave 


Amy Richards. 


Barons Island 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Eliza Shea. 


Bartlett's Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Emmanuel Caines. 


Bauline 


St. John's East 


Charlotte Butler. 


*Bay Bulls 


Ferryland 


Emily O'Brien. 


Bay-de-Verde 


Bay-de-Verde 


William North. 


Bay D'Espoir 


Fortune 


Geo. Collier, jr. 


Bay-du-Nord 


Fortune 


Thomas Farrell. 


*Bay L' Argent 


Fortune 


Mary L. West. 


*Bay of Islands 


St. George 


Maurice Boland. 


*Bay Roberts 


Harbor Grace 


D. G. Eraser. 


Beau Bois 


Burin 


John Dobcr. 


*BelleIsle 


St. John's 


Matthew Jackman. 


Bellvue 


Trinity 


Margaret Lynch. 


*Belloram 


Fortune 


Julia Cluett. 


Benoit's Cove 


St. George 


John S. Evitt. 


Benton 


Bonavista 


J. F. Carbery. 


Bett's Cove 


Twillingate 






Birchy Head 


St. Barbe 


Silas Halfyard. 


Bird Island Cuve 


Trinity 


Helen Tilley. 


Bishop's Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Ann Barrett. 


Black Island 




John E. Harris. 


JU* I CI. ^j i-V J.Oi(Xl.l<.,L • • • » • ■ 

*Blackhead 


Bay-de-Verde 


John C. Moores. 


*Black River 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Delia Blackadar. 


Blaketown 


Trinity 


Nathaniel Osbourne. 


Bonaventure 


Trinity 


Sarah A. Field. 


*Bona vista 


Bonavista 


Jabez Saint. 


*Bonne Bay 


St. Barbe 


John R. Roberts. 


Bonne Bay, Hermitage... 


Fortune 


See McCallum Bay. 


Boot Harbor 


Twillingate 


Clara Belle Barnes. 


*Botwoodvile 


Twillingate 


Jacob T. Bendell. 


Boxey 


Fortune 


Clara M. Miles. 


Boyd's Cove 


Twillingate 


Joseph Newman. 


Branch 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


John W. English. 



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Post Office Department. 



Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


Brent's Cove 


St. Barbe 


John Carroll. 


Brig Bay 


Port-de-Grave ... 


Hilda Bartlett. 


* Biigus 


St. Barbe 


Catherine J. Garreaux. 


Brigus Cross Roads 


Port-de-Grave 


John Byrne. 


Brigus Gullies .. 


Port-de-Grave 


Charlotte Roberts. 


Brigus South 


Ferr viand 


Richard Gregory. 


* Britannia Cove 


Trinity 


Pierce Currie. 


British Harbor 


Trinity 


Grace Gardner. 


Broad Cove 


Bay-de-Verde 


Archibald Baggs. 


Broad Cove 


Bonavista 


Ellen Lawton. 


Broad Cove, Renews ... 


Ferryland 


Elizabeth Murphy. 


Broad Cove 


St. John's West 


David Tucker. 


Brooklyn 


Bonavista 


M. D. Stares. 


Brnnnette 


Fortune 


Ambrose Thornhill. 


Bryant's Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Selby Noseworthy. 


* Burgeo 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


John C. Cunningham. 


Burgeo 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


James Chambers. 


Burgoyne Cove 


Trinity 


Matthias Pitcher. 


* Burin 


Burin 


Jessie Winter. 


Burin Bay Arm 


Burin 


Philip Hollett. 


Burin North 


Burin 


Ellen Sparrow. 


* Burnt Bay 


Twillingate 


Nathaniel Turner. 


Burnt Head 


Port-de-Grave 


John Bishop. 


Burnt Islands 


Burgeo and La Poile . . . 


John E. King. 


Burnt Island 


Bonavista 


John Kane. 


Burnt Point 


Bay-de-Verde 


Thomas Tucker. 


Burying Place 


Twillingate 


James Proule. 


Campbellton 


Twillingate 


Thomas Janes. 


Cape Broyle 


Ferryland 


Bridget Cashin. 


Cape Freels 


Bonavista 


Mary Hann. 


Cape La Hune 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


Robert Keeping. 


Cape Norman 


St. Barbe 


Robert Brewer. 


Cape Ray 


Burgeo and La Poile . . . 


James Janes. 


Caplin Bay 


Ferryland 


William Johnson. 


Caplin Cove 


Bay-de-Verde 


Thomas Cull. 


* Carbonear 


Carbonear 


Tryphtena NichoU. 


" (assistant) ... 


Carbonear 


Susie Pike. 


Cartyville 


St. George 


Thos. W. T. Evans. 


* Catalina 


Trinity 


Juliana Guy. 


Cat Harbor 


Fogo 


Henrv Robbins. 


Cat's Cove 


Harbor Main 


Elizaiaeth O'Brien. 


Cliance Cove 


Trinity 


Emmanuel Smith. 


* Change Islands 


Fogo 


Justinian Dowell. 


* Channel 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


Nathan Smith. 


Chapel Cove 


Harbor Main 


James Hawco. 


Charlottetown 


Bonavista 


Charlotte Spracklin. 


Clam Bank Cove 


St. George 


John W. Mclsaac. 


*C!arenville 


Trinity 


Jennie Plttman. 


i^ Clarke's Beach 


Bonavista 


W. H. Jerrett. 



Post Office Department. 



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Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


Clode Sound 


Bonavista 


Francis Stares. 


Coachman's Cove 




St. Barbe 


William Breen. 


Codroy 




St. George 


John Gillis. 


Coley's Point ... 




Harbor Grace 


Selina French. 


Collier's 




Harbor Main 


John Cole. 


Collier's Bay 'Cove 




Trinity 


Uriali Thome. 


Comfort Cove . . 




Twillingate 


Mrs. Reuben Cull. 


* Conception Harbor 




Harbor Main 


Patrick Buck. 


Conche 




St. Barbe 


Kate Dower. 


Connaigre 




Fortune 


Mary Ann Harris. 


Coomb's Cove ... 




Fortune 


Mrs. Margaret Paiaons. 


* Corner Brook ... 




St. George 


John A. Farnell. 


Cow Head 




St. Barbe 


John Payn, jr. 


Crabb'sHead ... 




St. George 


Mrs. Isabella Pike. 


Creek 




St. George 


Mrs. Cassy Gillis. 


Cupids 




Port-de-Grave ... 


Moses M. LeDiew. 


Cul-de-Sac West 




Burgeo and La Poile ... 


Arthur Spencer. 


Cuslett 




Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Joseph McGrath. 


Daniel's Cove ... 




Bay de- Verde 


John Howard. 


Daniel's Harbor... 




St.- Barbe 


Nathaniel Brophy. 


Daniel's Point ... 




Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Alice Finlay. 


Deer Island 




Bonavista 


Arthur King. 


Deer Harbor 




Trinity 


Jemima King. 


Deer Lake 




Trinity 


Mrs. Penny. 


Dildo 




Trinity 


Mrs. Emma Moore. 


Dog Bay 




Fogo 


John C. Cator. 


Dunville 




Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Joachim Connors. 


Elliott's Cove ... 




Trinity 


Thomas Smith. 


Englee 




St. Barbe 


B. C. Hopkins. 


English Harbor West 




Fortune 


Emma J. Evans. 


English Harbor... 




Trinity 


H. G. Batstone. 


* Exploits 




Twillingate 


Thomas A. Winsor. 


Fair Islands 




Bonavista 


James Brown. 


Farmer's Arm . . . 




Twillingate 


Mrs. M. E. Boyd. 


Fermeuse, North Side 




Ferryland 


Mrs. William Trainor. 


Fermeuse, South Side 




Ferryland 


John O'Shaughnessy. 


* Ferryland 






Ferryland 


Thomas G. Moitv. 


Flat Islands 






Bonavista 


Mrs. H. Sampson. 


* Flat Islands .. 






Burin 


Mrs. Lamb't Loughlan. 


Flat Rock 






St. John's 


Mrs. Kate Allan. 


Flower's Cove .. 






St. Barbe 


Mrs. Sarah Way. 


* Fogo 






Fogo 


Ambrose Fitzgerald. 


* Fortune 






Burin 


Amelia Bennett. 


Fortune Harbor.. 






Twillingate 


John Hamilton. 


Foster's Point .. 






Trinity 


Mrs. J. Lea wood. 


Fox Cove 






Fortune 


Selina Power. 


Fox Harbor 






Trinity 


Mrs. Sophia Adey. 


Fox Harbor 






Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Mrs. Bridget Duke. 


Fox Roost 






Burgeo ann La Poile ... 


Morgan Walters. 



64 



Post Office Department, 



Va.\aQ of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



Francois 
Ffesliwattr 
Fifsinvater Road 
Gauibo ... 
Gander Bay 
Gaigamelle 
Garnish 
Gaskiers 

* Gaultois 
George's Brook ... 
Georgetown, C. B. 

* Glenwood 
Glovertown 
Goddenville 
Gooseberry Island 
(lOoseberry Cove 
Goose Cove 
Goulds 

* Grand Bank 

Gi'and Bruit 

* Grand River Gut 
Grate's Cove 

* Gravels 
Great Burin 
Great Codroy 
Great Harbor Deep 
Great Jervois 
Green's Harbor ... 

* Greenspond 
Griguet 
Groias Island 
Grole 

Hant's Harbor ... 
Happy Adventure 

* Harbor Briton 

* Harbor Buffett 

* Harbor Grace... 

" (assistant), 

" (carrier)... 

* Harbor Main ... 
Harbor Mi He 
Harry's Harbor... 
Hatchet Cove ... 
Haystack 

Head of Fortune Bay ... 

* Heart's Content 
Heart's Ease 

Heart's Delight 

Heart's Desire 



Burgeo and La Poile . . 
Bay-de-Verde ... 

St. John's West 

Bonavista 

Fogo 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Placentia aud St. Mary's 

Fortune 

jTrinity 

.[Port-de-Grave 

. I Bonavista 

. I Bonavista 
.Harbor Grace ... 
.Bonavista 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

St. John's West 

Burin 

Burgeo and La Poile ... 

St. George 

Bay-de-Verde ... 

St. George 

Burin 

St. George 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

jTrinity 

j Bonavista 

; Fortune 

; Placentia and St. Mary'.s, 
I Harbor Grace ... '.., 
Harbor Grace ... 
Harbor Grace ... 

'Harbor Main 

Fortune 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Fortune 

Trinity ... .\, 

Trinity 

Trinity ... ." 

Trinity 



Robt. Durnford. 
William S. Davis. 
Mary DufF. 
Johanna Curran. 
Thomas Peckford. 
William Langdon. 
Sabina Grandy. 
Mrs. John Critch. 
Richard Bradshaw. 
Charles Pelley. 
Mrs. Thos. Chalker. 
W. B. Temple. 
Elijah Burry. 
Mrs. Mary Barrett. 
Theo. Janes. 
William H. Seward. 
Mrs. M. Manning. 
Emanuel Chafe. 
Jane Forsey. 
William Billiard. 
Thos. O'Quinn. 
Mary Snelgrove. 
Mrs." Julia McDonald. 
Benjanv'ii Hollett. 
James Downey. 
John Elgar. 
John Hull. 
Mary Grace Mitch am. 
Agnes Lang. 
Mark Alcock. 
James Breen. 
Sarah Jackman. 
Harriet Green. 
Jas. Handcock. 
Tryphccna Birkett. 
Susanna Collett. 
John Foley. 
John J. Casev. 
Ernest Walsh. 
Johanna Ezekiel. 
Mrs. Jane Barnes. 
Robert Upwards. 
Eleazar Robbins. 
William Coffin. 
Abigal Miles. 
George Moore. 
William Flynn. 
Stephen Humphries, 
Mrs, Fanny Lahey. 



Post Office Department. 



65 



Name of Office. 


District.' 




Postmaster's Name. 


Hermitage Cove 


Fortune 




Martha Francis. 


* Herring Neck... 


Twillingate 




Elizal)eth Holwell. 


Hickman's Harbor 


Trinity 




Joseph Pilley. 


Highlands 


St. George 




Margaret McPherson. 


Hodge's Cove 


Trinity 




Rosamond Peddle. 


* Holyrood 


Harbor Main 




Ellen Vcitch. 


Holyrood, St. Mary's ... 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. \ 


Mrs. D. St. Croix. 


Howards, Spruce Brook . 
Indian Arm 






Edward Tipple. 
Edward Humby. 


Bonavista 




Indian Islands 


Fogo 




Elizabeth Collins. 


Inner Island 


Bonavista 




Moses Davis. 


Ireland's Eye 


Trinity 




Thomas Cooper. 


Island Cove 


Harbor Grace . . 




Nathaniel Crane. 


Isle-anx-Morts 

Jackson's Arm 


T^nrcTpii ii7H"1 TiM P ^ila 




jJLiit^cw ami xJd J. 

St. Barbe 




Rosanna Sparks. 


Jackson's Cove ... 


Twillingate 




Henry Knight. 


Jamestown 


Bonavista 




George Haines. 


Jeau-de-Bay 


Fortune 


... 


Pieice Coady. 


Jersey Harbor ... 


Fortune 


. 


Susannah White. 


Jersey Side 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


John P. Bradshaw. 


Job's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde . 


. 


Richard English. 


John's Pond 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Alice Linnehan. 


Keels 


Bonavista 




Edward Pennv. 


Kelligrews 


Harbor Main 


. 


William TiUeV. 


Kilbride 


St. John's West . 


. 


Edward Norris. 


* King's Cove 


Bonavista 


• • • 


Patrick Murphy. 


Lady Cove 


Trinity 




Charles Soper. 


Ladle Cove 


Fogo 




Manesseh Tulk. 


Lally Cove 


Fortune 


. 


Stephen Gould. 


* Lamaline 


Burin 


. 


Harriet Pittman. 


La Manche 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. Margaret Rose. 


Lance Cove 


Trinitv 




Bertha Brown. 


Lance Cove, Smith's Sd... 


Trinity 


> < • • 


E. T. Gardner. 


Lance Cove, Bell Isle ... 


St. John's East . 




William Clements. 


*LaPoile 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


J. C. Le Seelleur. 


La Poile, Great Harbor... 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


Geo. F. Read. 


Lark Harbor 


St. George 




W. A. Gabriel. 


La Scie 


St. Barbe 




D. P. Duggan. 


Laurencetown ... 


Twillingate 


■ • • • • 


Jure. 


Lawn 


Burin 




F. Benning. 


Leading Tickles 


Twillingate 


■ • . . . 


Lilian E. Andrews. 


Leading Tickles, W. ... 


Twillingate 


. . . 


Mrs. W. Gillett, 


Lee Bight 


Trinity 


. . . 


Isaac Adey. 


Lewis 3ort 


Twillingate 


. . . 


Nathaniel Turner. 


* Little Bay 


Twillingate 


. . . 


Richard D. Walsh. 


Little Bay East 


Fortune 


.. 


Susan Thornhill. 


Little Bay West 


Fortune 




Mrs. Phffibe Harding. 


* Little Bay Island 


i Twillingate 


. . . . . 


Mrs. E. Campbell. 


Little Beaver Cove 


Fogo 





John Elliott. 



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Post Office Department. 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



Little Codroy 

Little Harbor ... 

Little Heart'.? Eose 

Little Placentia ... 

Long Beach 

Long Harbor 

Loon Bay 

Lord's Cove 

Low Point 

Lower English Harbor.. 

* Lower Island Cove .. 
Lushes Bight 
Lunibergrass 

IMaiii River 

Mall Bay 

Manuels 
Mai'vstowii 

McCallum Bay 

Merasheen 

Middle Brook 

Millertowu 

Millertown Junction ... 

Millville 

Mobile 

Moreton's Harbor 

Mose Ambrose ... 

Mosquito 

Mosquito, St. Mary's ... 

* Musgrave Harbor 
Musgravetown ... 
New Bay 

* New Harbor ... 
Newman's Cove... 

New Perlican 

* Nipper's Harbor 
Norman's Cove ... 
Norris's Arm 
Norris's Point ... 
Northern Arm ... 
Northern Arm, Exploits. 
Northern Bay ... 

* Northern Bight 
North West Arm 

North Harbor 

North West Point 
Ochre Pit Cove ... 
Oderin 

Offer Wadham Island ... 
*01d Perlican 



St. George 

iTwillingate 

'Trinity 

Placentia 

Trinity 

! Placentia an( 

Twillingate 

Burin 

Bay-de-Verde 

Fortune 

iBay-de- Verde .. 

iTwillingate 

j Placentia and St. 

St. George 

Placentia and St. 

Harbor Main 

Burin 

Fortune 

Placentia and St. 

Bon a vista 

Twillingate 

Twillingate 

St. George 

Ferry land 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

Carbon ear 

Placentia and St. 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate 

:Bay-de-Verdc .. 

Trinity 

.Twillingate 

(Placentia and St. 

St. Barbe 

Bay-de-Verde .. 

Placentia and St. 

Fogo 

Bay-de- Verde .. 



Wm. Knowling. 
Emma Wair. 
Eli Martin, 
ind St. Mary's. iSee Argentia. 

'...Mrs. M. A. Vey. 
St. Mary's. Mary J. Murray. 
... Robert Roberts. 
... Mr.*. Thomas Isaacs 
... Martin Power. 

Michael Hackett. 

I Mary J. Snelgrove. 

...jSanmei Parsons. 
Mary's, i Peter Tiemlett. 
...A.. Nardini. 
Mary O'Ronrke. 
Patrick Roach. 
Louisa Biirfitt. 
Emily Nash. 
Lucy M. Henessey. 
George Pritchett. 
E. B. Colbourne. 



Mary' 



Mary's 



,..i James Murphy. 
... Daniel Fitzgerald. 
.. Mark Osmond. 
.. Bessie Petites. 
... Mr.'!. Ann Wells. 
Mary's. Mrs. Bernard Doody. 
... John B. Wheeler. 
... R. S. Oldlbrd. 

Elizabeth Moore. 

Thomas Newhook. 

Gilbert Tilley. 
...! Peter MattheVs. 
...i Benjamin C. Bailey. 
...jEva Stowe. 
...jCharles Pittman. 
...'John A. Squires. 

Catherine Woodford. 

Luke Manuel. 

Mary Hogan. 

Bertha Churchill. 
...; Maria E. Bobbins. 
Mary's., Patrick Bonia. 

... Johanna AyiwanL 
...Wm. G. Benson. 
Mary's. jMary Maddock. 
...|Hugh Mouland. 
... George March. 



Post Office Department. 



67 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



Open Hall 


Bonavista 


George Shears. 


Paradise . . 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Ellen Healey. 


Pass Island 


Fortune 


William Strickland. 


Patrick's Cove . . 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Catherine McGratli. 


Peckfords 


Fogo 


Mary Hicks. 


Perry's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde 


Rachael Kellaway. 


Peter's River 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


M. Lundrigan. 


Petites 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


Eldred Gosse. 


Petit Fort 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Mary Joseph Hayes. 


Petty Harbor . . 


St. John's West . . 


Henry J. Bishop. 


Picadillv 


St. George 


James Joy. 


* Pilley's Island 


Twillingate 


E. Herbert. 


* Placentia 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Emma Bradshaw. 


" (assistant) . . 


■ * 


Bride Siteman. 


Plate Cove 


Bonavista 


John Cheevers. 


Point Enragee . . 


Fortune 


Thomas Gould. 


Point Leamington 


Twillingate 


W. K. Foote. 


Point Verd 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Margaret Breen. 


Pool's Cove 


Fortune 


Henrietta Williams. 


* Pool's Island .. 


Bonavista 


Peter House. 


Port Bland lord . . 


K 


Francis Stares. 


Port-de-Grave . . 


Port-de-Grave . . 


Margaret Usher. 


Portugal Cove . . 


St. John's East . . 


Martin Bolger. 


Pouch Cove 


U 11 


John B. Easterbrook. 


Presque . . 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


S. L. Sullivan. 


* Pushthrough . . 


Fortune 


William Camp. 


Quarry 


Trinity 


S. G. Forbes. 


Queen's Cove 


(1 


Simeon Gooby. 


Queenstown 


Fogo 


Levi Perry. 


Quirpon 


St. Barbe 


Willis Taylor. 


Ragged Harbor . . 


Trinity 


Callahan Scanlan. 


Ramea . . 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


William Collins. 


Ram's Island 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


David Fitzpatrick. 


Ranteni 


Trinity 


Mrs. Squires. 


Red Head Cove . . 


Bay-de-Verde . . 


Morgan Rice. 


Red Island 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Patrick Dunphy. 


Rencontre 


Fortune 


Ellen Giovaninni. 


Rencontre 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Joseph Earle. 


Renews 


Ferryland 


Margaret Leary. 


Renews, S. Side . . 


u 


Clara Shannahan. 


Richard's Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile 


Edwin Skinner. 


Riverliead 


Harbor Grace . . 


Mary Coady. 


Riverhead, St. Mary's . . 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Edward Lee. 


Robert's Arm ... 


Twillingate 


Charles W. Warr. 


Robinson's Head 


St. George 


James E. Carter. 


Rock Harbor 


Burin 


Henry Brown. 


Rocky Harbor . . 


St. Barbe 


John Parsons. 


* Rose Blanche . . 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Richard Furneaux. 


Russell's Cove , , 


Trinity 


Mrs. Mary J. Durdell, 



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Post Office Department. 



Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


Sagona 


Fortune 




Stephen Snook. 


Salt Pond 


Twillingate 




Susannah Snow. 


St. Anthony 


St. Barbe 




Mrs. J. Moore. 


St. Brendan's 


Bonavista 




Kate Turner. 


St. Bride's 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


James E. Conway. 


* St. George's 


St. George 




Annie Morris. 


* St. Jacques 


Fortune 




Beitha M. Young. 


St. John's City 


St. John's 




•Hon. H. J. B. Woods. 


Central 


u 




Dicks & Co. 


" East 


u 




Miss Fanny BuUey. 


•' Garrison Hill . 


(( 




Miss Delaney. 


" Duckworth St. 


(( 




Miss Coonau. 


" King's Bridge. 


ii 




Mrs. Richard Hayes. 


" Monkstown ... 


C( 




Miss Spry. 


" Riverhead ... 


u 




Joliauna Mealy. 


" South Sidr ... 


" 




Mrs. Wairen. 


St. Joseph's 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mary Cormack. 


* St. Lawrence 


Burin 




M. Vavasseur. 


St. Leonard's 


Placentia and Ft. 


Mary's. 


Annie J. Sullivan. 


* St. Mary's 


i( ( 


1 


Mrs. Mary Walsh. 


St. Paul's 


St. Barbe 




John Pittman. 


St. Shott's 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Thomas Molloy. 


* Salmon Cove 


Harbor Main 




See Avondale. 


Salmon C'e, South River 


Bay-de-Verde . 




George Parsons. 


Salmon Cove 


Port-de-Grave . 




Mary J. Hussey. 


Salmon Cove 


Trinity 




Charity Gabriel. 


Salmonier 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. Mary Carew. 


Salt Pond 


Twillingate 




Susannah Snow. 


* Salvage 


Bonavista 




James Burden. 


Salvage Bay 


11 




James Martin. 


Sandy Point, Smith S'd.. 


Trinity 




Mrs. Wm. Tilley. 


Scilly Cove 


u 




Jacob Hiscock. 


Seal Cove 


Bonavista 




William Prince. 


Seal Cove 


Fortune 




Charles Forsey. 


Seal Cove 


Harbor Main 




William Morgan. 


Seal Cove 


Trinity 




Jesse Buckler. 


Seal Cove 


St. Barbe 




John T. Robinson. 


* Seldom-Come-By 


Fogo 




Philip Newell. 


Shambler's Cove 


Bonavista 




Arthur Vivian. 


Sliearstown 


Harbor Grace . 




Martin Sharpe. 


Ship Cove 


Trinity 




Mrs. Mary Randall. 


Ship Harbor 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Jane A. Power. 


Shoal Bay 


Trinity 




Elias Jerrett. 


* Shoal Harbor 


11 




James S. Butler. 


Shoe Cove 


Twillingate 




Jos. Harding. 


Snook's Harbor 


Trinity 




John Loder. 


* Sound Island 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Wilson Hollett. 


South Side, Har. Grace .. 


Harbor Grace 




Arch. Noseworthy. 


South S., Bay St. George 


St. George 




Annie Morris, 



Post Office Department. 


69 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


S. W. Arm, New Bay ... 


Twillingate 


Mrs. E. Andrews. 


S. W. Arm, Green Bay .. 


i( 


M. T. Smart. 


Spaniard's Bay 


Harbor Grace . . 


Leah Sheppard. 


Spanish Room 


Burin 


Frank Coady. 


* Spoon Cove 


u 


Ernest Bradley. 


Springdale 


Twillingate 


Selina Brown. 


Step-aside 


Burin 


George Vigus. 


Steplienville 


St. George 


Patrick Kenny. 


Stock Covp 


Bonavista 
Fortune 


" 


Stone Cove 


Edward Pope. 


Snmmerside 


St. George . . 


John Barry. 


Sunnyside 


Trinity 


Solomon Hutchings. 


Sweet Bav 


Bonavista 


Mark Walker. 


Tack's Beach . . 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Elizabeth Foote. 


Thorough Tare 


Trinity 


John Mills. 


Three Arms 


Twillingate 


Fanny Batstone. 


Tickle Cove 


Bonavista 


Adam Skiffington. 


* Tilt Cove 


Twillingate 


Wm. Cunningham. 


Tiltou 


Harbor Graee . . 


Stephen Gosse. 


Tilton Harbor . . 


Fogo 


Patrick J. Brien. 


Tizzard's Harbor 


Twillingate 


Robert Boyd. 


Toad's Cove 


Ferryland 


Sarah Driscoll. 


Topsail 


Harbor Main 


Joseph Moyse. 


Torbay 


St. John's East . . 


Bessie Gosse. 


Traytown 


Bonavista 


Charles Kane. 


* Trepassey 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Elizabeth Stevenson. 


* Trinity ' 


Trinity 


Mary R. Buchanan. 


Trinity East 


i( 


Reginald Mills. 


Trouty 


a 


Frederick Gover. 


Troytown 


Twillingate 


Archibald Simnis. 


Turk's Cove 


Trinity 


Miss. H. M. Carberrv. 


* Twillingate 


Twillingate 


John White. 


Twillingate Soutli 


u 


George Gillett. 


UiDper Gullies . . 


Harbor Main 


Lavinia Andrews. 


Upper Small Point 


Bay-de-Verde . . 


Grace Hayden. 


Valen Island 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Lucretia Lockyer. 


Victoi'ia Village 


Carbonear 


Rebecca Powell. 


Ward's Harbor . . 


Twillingate 


Samuel Short. 


Wellman's Cove. . 


K 


Fannie Wellman. 


Wesley vi He 


Bonavista 


Miss M. J. Hann. 


Western Arm, Rocky Bay 


Fogo 


Matilda Parsons. 


* Western Bay . . 


Bay-de-Verde . . 


Jane Kennedy. 


Western Cove . 


St. Barbe 


William Rice. 


Western Point, La Poile. 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Peter McDermot. 


* Whitbourne . . 


Trinity 


Harold Leslie. 


White Rocks 


■ • 


Aaron Stone. 


Wild Bight 


Twillingate 


Mrs. F. Roberts. 


'- Witless Bay . . 


Ferryland 


James Shanahan. 


Wood's Island 


St. George 


Loughlan MacLean. 


Woody Island , , 


Placentia and St Mary's. 


James B. Williams, 



70 Fost Office Department. 

MAIL ROUTES. 

Winter Mails, commencing 27th December, 1902, will be despatched 
by railway and couriers every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday to Northern 
Biglit, Clarenville, Port Blandford, Benton, Glenwood, Slioal Harbor, 
Gambo, Norris Arm, Botwoodville, Bay of Islands, St. George's, Codroy 
and Channel, (Trinity, Catalina, Bonavista, King's Cove, on Sunday and 
Thursday only) ; and on every Thursday afternoon for Goose Bay, Indian 
Arm. On Saturday nights, mails close for Long Harbor, Alexander Bay, 
Salvage, Change Islands, Fogo, Herring Neck, Twillingate, Exploits, 
Leading Tickles, Pilley's Island, Little Bay Islands, Little Bay, Nippei'n 
Harbor, Tilt Cove, Coachman's Cove and Western Cove, Englee, Conche, 
St. Anthony, Griguet and Flower's Cove, and all places along the line of 
Newfoundland Kailway. 

Two mails will be forwarded via Quebec to Blanc Sablon, and thence 
to Battle Harbor, calling at places between, about 18th January and 15th 
February. The January mail will be forwarded from Battle Harbor to 
Cartwright. 

STEAMER MAIL SERVICE ON BAYS. 

Placentia Bay — Steamer leaves Placentia every Monday afternoon for 
north of Bay. Mails close at G. P. 0. Monday, 7.30 a. m. Return 
mails are due for delivery on Thursday at 9 a. m. ; and steamer 
leaves Placentia Wednesday, for west of Bay. Mails close at G. P. 0. 
Wednesday, 7.30 a. m. Return mails due for delivery at 8 a. m. on 
Mondays. 

Trinity Bay — Steamer leaves Clarenville every Monday and Friday morn- 
ing. Mails close at G. P. O., Saturdays, 8 p. m., and Thursdays at 
4 p. m. Return mails due at G. P. 0. 11 a. m. Mondays and Thurs- 
days. Same steamer also leaves Carbonear Tuesdays and Saturdays. 
Mails close at G. P. 0. 7.30 a. m. on those days. Return mails due 
for delivery at 9 a. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. 

Bonavista Bay — Steamer leaves Clode Sound every Monday and Friday 
morning. Mails close at G. P. 0. Saturdays, 8 p. ni., and Thursdays 
at 4 p. m. Return mails due at G. P. 0. 11 a. m. on Mondays and 
Thursdays. 

Notre Dame Bay— Sorith i^otfe— Steamer leaves Lewisport every Mon- 
day morning for eastern ports to Fogo. Mails close at G. P. 0. Satur- 
days, 8 p. m. Tliis steamer connects at Fogo with steam launch 
taking mails through Fogo district. Return" mails due at G. P. 0. 
Thursday, 11 a. m. North i?0M/e— Steamer leaves Lewisport every 
Friday for northern ports to Tilt Cove. Mails close at G. P. O. 4 p.m. 
on Thursdays. Return mails due at 11 a. m. Mondav. 

BAY STEAM MAIL SERVICE. 

The s. s. "Argyle" on Placentia Bay, leaves Placentia every Monday 
after the arrival of the train from St. John's for the following ports: Red 
Island, Ram's Island, Harbor Buffett, Haystack, Sound Island, Black 
River, Woody Island, Baron's Island, Burgeo, St. Leonard's, Isle-au'-Valen, 
Merasheen, and Placentia. 

Mails are closed for the above ports every Mondav morning at 7 30 
o'clock, ' " 



Post Office Department. 71 

Leaving Placentia every Wednesday afternoon, the Anjyle will pro- 
ceed to Presque, Paradise, Petit Fort, Oderin, Baine Harbor, Flat Islands, 
Maiystown, Beau Bois, Burin, St. Lawrence, Lawn, Lamaline. 

Mails clase every Wednesday morning at 7.30 o'clock. 

Tha s. s. " Ethie" on Trinity Bay, leaving Clarenville every IMonday, 
will ]ir()ceed to Hickman's Harbor, Ireland's Eye, Britannia Cove, Trinity, 
Heart's Content, Hant's Harbor, Old Perlican, Catalina, and back to Claren- 
ville. 

Mails close every Saturday night at 8 o'clock. 

Leaving Clarenville every Friday, the Ethie will proceed to the fol- 
lowing places: Fox Harbor, British Harbor, Trinity, Catalina, Old Peili- 
can, Hant's Harboi, Heart's Content, and back to Clarenville. 

Mails close every Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. 

Mails via Carbonear aie also sent by Tiain Tuesday and Saturday 
mornings, closing at 7.30. 

The. s. s. ^'■Dundee" on Bonavista Bay, leaves Clode Sound every Mon- 
dav and Friday for the following places: Charlottetown, Brooklyn or 
James' Cove, Open Hall, King's Cove, Keels, Bonavista, Salvage, Happy 
Adventure, Flat Islands, St. Brendan's, Gooseberry Islands, Fair Islands, 
Greenspond, Pool's Island, and Wesleyville. 

Mails close every Saturday night at 8 o'clock, and every Thursday 
afternoon at 4. 

The s. s " Clyde" on Notre Dame Bay, leaves Lewisport for the South 
side of the Bay every Monday, and will proceed to the following places: 
Kite Cove, Botwooclville, E.xploits, Morton's Harbor, Tizzard's Harbor, 
Twillingate, Herring Neck, Beaver v.!ove. Change Islands, and Fogo. The 
Clyde connects at Fogo with s. s. Sir Donald or Matilda, which steamer calls 
at Joe Batt's Arm, Tilton Harbor, Offer Wadhams, Peckford's, Musgrave 
Harbor, Ladle Cove, Western Arm, Rocky Bay, Fredericton, Gander Bay. 

Mails for the above-named places will be closed every Saturday night 
at 8 o'clock. 

Leaving Lewisport every Friday, the Clyde will proceed to the fol- 
lowing ports on the North side of the Bay: Fortune Harbor, New Bay 
Head, Leading Tickles, Triton, Pilley's Island, Springdale, Boot Harbor, 
Ward's Harbor, Little Bay Islands, Little Bay, Three Arms, Jackson's 
Cove and Northwest Arm (alternately), Nipper's Harbor, Snook's Harbor, 
Tilt Cove, and Shoe Cove. 

Mails close every Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. 

The s. s. " Glencoe " on the West Coast Service, will leave St. John's 
every alternate Wednesday, calling at the following places: Renews and 
Fermeuse (alternately). Cape Broyle and Ferryland (alternately), Trepas- 
sey, St. Mary's, St. Joseph's, Salmonier, Placentia, Burin, St. Lawrence, 
Lamaline, St. Pierre, Fortune, Grand Bank, Belloram, St. Jacques, Harbor 
Briton, Pass Islands, Hermitage, Gaultois, McCallum Bay, Ramea, Burgeo, 
La Poile, Rose Blanche, and Channel (Port-aux-Basque). 



72 



Post Ofice Department . 



LABRADOR SERVICE. 

The Mail Steamer -will leave St. John's for the following ports along 
the Labrador coast, commencing on or about 1st of June, and fcrtnightly 
thereafter during the season: Harbor Grace, King's Cove. Twillingate, 
Battle Harbor, Spear Harbor, Francis Harbor, Fishing Sliips' Harbor, 
Ship Harbor, Square Island, Dead Island, Snug Harbor, Venison Island, 
Hawk's Harbor, Bolster's Rock, Punch Bowl, Sandy Island, Batte.-ui, 
Domino, Black Island, Indian Tickle, Grady, Long Island, Caitwright, 
Pack's Harbor, Eigoulette, Indian Harbor, Smoky Tickle, White Bears, 
Emily Harbor, Holton, Cape Harrison, Ragged Islands, Ironbound Is- 
lands, Long Tickle, Macouvic, Hack, Turnavick East, Turnavick West, 
Windsor Harbor, Hopedale, Double Island, Fanny's Harbor, Cape Harri- 
gan and Nain (alternate trips). 

STRAITS OF BELLE ISLE. 

The s. s. Home will perform the service between Bav of Islands and 
Battle Harbor, calling at the following ports: Bonne Bay, Cow Head, 
Port Saunders, Bay St. John, Salmon River, Bonne Esperance, Isle-au- 
Bois and Blanc Sablon (alternately), St. Barbe, Flower's Cove, Forteau, 
Lance -au- Loup, Red Bay, Henley Harbor and Chateau (alternately), 
Chimney Tickle, Cape Charles, and Battle Harbor. 

Mails will be closed every Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, from Mav 
to November. 

NORTH-EAST COAST. 

The Mail Steamer en route to Labrador will supplv coast between 
Tilt Cove and Griguet, and probably call at La Scie, Cudchman's Cove, 
Western Cove, Sopp's Arm, Jackson's Arm, Great Harbor Deep, Englee, 
Conche, St. Anthony and Griguet, going and returning, making fort- 
nightly trips. 

Mails close every Thursday afternoon (from commencement of ser- 
vice) at 3 p.m., per train and Xotre Dame Bay steamer, connecting with 
the steamer at Tilt Cove. 

By Train. 
Daily — Fur Topsail, Manuels, Kelligrews, Holyrood, Harbor Main, Avon- 
dale, Conception Harbor, Brigus, Clarke's Beach, Whitbourne, Placen- 
tia, Bay Roberts, Spaniard's Bay, Harbor Grace, Carbonear, Fresh- 
water, Western Bay and Old Perlican. 

Mails close every morning (Sundays excepted) at 7.30 o'clock. 

Tri-Weekly — For Heart's Content and Argentia — Tuesday, Thursday 
and Saturday. New Harbor, Dildo — Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fri- 
days. Upper Gullies, Port-de-Grave, Island Cove — Mondays, Wed- 
nesdays and Fridays. 

Bi-Weekly — St. Mary's and Salmonier — Mondays and Thursdavs. 

Weekly — Arnold's Cove, LaManche, Chance Cove, Rantem, Collier's Bav 
on Thursdays. Norman's Cove, Tickle Harbor and Famish Cove' 
on Tuesdays. Come-by-Chance and Bay Bulls' Arm, on Thursdavs.' 
Long Harbor, Fox Harbor, Placentia Bay, Saturdays. Trepassev via 
St. Mary's, Mondays. 



Post Office Department. 7^ 

By Waggon. 

Ferryland District, Kilbride, Goulds and Petty Harbor, every Monday 
at 7 a.m., and on Tuesday and Thursday at 6.30 p.m. during summer. 
On Monday and Thursday at 6.30 p.m. during winter. 

For Portugal Cove and Bell Island every day (Sundays excepted). During 
winter, on Tuesdays and Fridays only. 

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. 

GENERAL DIRECTIONS TO THE PUBLIC. 
Registered Letters, 

Register all valuable letters. 

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

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

Address letters, &c., legibly, aud be 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 person. 

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

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

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

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

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

Re-directed Letters. 

Letters 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 
K 



74 Posi Office Ifepartment. 

AYRB & SONS, St. John's— Best Goods at Lowest prices. 



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 forvvardeil. 

A newspaper must have no cover, or a cover open at both ends, M'hich 
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 ouijces are charged at book rate. 

Books and Circulars. 

A book packet must be left open for inspection, it must not contain 
any enclosure, nor must it exceed twenty-four inclies 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 twenty- 
four ounces in weight, when posted in Newfoundland for places within 
Newfoundland, must be prepaid by postage stamp at the rate of one cent 
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 Newfound- 
land, can be registered on affixing thereto stamps of the value of three 
cents, in addition to postage stamps representing ordinary postage rate. 

The limit of weight to Great Britain and British possessions is 5 lbs., 
the United States, 12 ounces, and all countries in Europe, 8 ounces— post- 
age, 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 sample or pattern to 
a Postal Union countrj^ 

Registrction. 

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 St. John's 
(except the Postal Department), and also on registers sent by the Govern- 
ment offices to the Outports. The registration fee on letters and parcels 
to places in Newfoundland is three cents, including official refristration • 
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. 



Post OJice Directory. 



75 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's-Best place to buy Qpocepies. 



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), matched, leeches, 
or fruit. 

Letters containing gold or silver money, jewels, or anything liable to 
Customs' duty, cannot be sent out of Newfoundland. 

POST OFFICE DIRECTORY-NEWFOUNDLAND, 

Post Offices marked {*) are Money Order Offices. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Aaron Arm . . 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Aaron Cove . . 


Fortune 




Gauitois. 


Abraham's Cove 


St. George 




Gravels. 


Adam's Cove . . 


Bay-de-Verde. 




Carbonear (Forward). 


Admiral's Beach 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


St. Mary's. 


Admiral's Cove 


Ferryland 




Cape Broyle. 


Admiral's Cove 


a 




Fermeuse. 


Adventure, Big& Little 


Bonavista 




Glovertown. 


Alcock Island 


Twillingate . 




Leading Tickles. 


Alderburn 


a 




Norris' Arm. 


Alder Island . . 


Fogo 




Musgrave Harbor. 


Alexander Bay (Reach) 


Bonavista 




Glovertown. 


Allan Island . . 


Burin 




Lamaline. 


Amherst C's (Upper,"! 
Middle, liOwer), J 


Bonavista 




King's Cove. 


Anchor Point 


St. Barbe 


.! 


Flower's Cove, in summer ; 
Bonne Bay, in winter. 


Anderson's Cove 


Fortune 




Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 


Anderson's Cove 


Trinity 




New Harbor. 


Angel's Cove . . 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


St. Bride's, Placentia. 


Ann's Cove 


li 


K 


Presque, Placentia. 


Ann's Cove 


Burin 




Lamaline. 


Anstey Cove . . 


Twillingate . . 




Little Bay Island. [Cove. 


Anthony Island 


Trinity 




Ireland's Eye, Britannia 


Apsey Beach . . 


St. George 




Bay of Islands. 


Apsey Cove Point 


Trinity 




Shoal Harbor. 


Apsey Cove . . 


Fogo 




Musgrave Harbor. 


Aquaforte 


Ferryland 




Ferryland. 


Archie Campbell's C'e. 


St. George 




Gravels. 


Argentia 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Argentia (Little Placentia). 


Arnold's Cove 


(C 


a 


Arnold's Cove. 


Amnlfl'ci rinvp 


TTriTf nn A 






Aspen Cove , , 


J. Ui. LUiiC • . 

Twillingate , 


t T • • 


Little Bay Island, 



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Post Office Directory. 



AYRE & SONS, 


St. John's— Best place to buy Provisions. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Aspen Cove and Brook 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


At ilone 


Ferryland 


Caplin Bay. 


* Avondale . . 


Harbor Main ... 


Avondale. 


Bacalhao 


Twillingate 


Herring Neck. 


Baccalien 


Bay-de-Verde 


Lower Island Cove. 


Bachelor's Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Valen Island, Placentia. 


Back Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Back Cove 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Back Cove 


St. Barbe 


Western Cove. 


Back Harbor . . 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


Bacon Cove . . 


Harbor Main 


Avondale. 


Badger Ba}^ . . 


Twillingate 


Pilley's Island. 


Badger Quay . . 


Bonavista 


Pool's Island. 


Baie Verte 


St. Barbc 


Coachman's Cove. 


Bailey's Point 


u 


Bonne Bay. 


* Baine Harbor 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Baine Harbor, Placentia. 


Bait Cove 
Bakan Cove . . 


Twillingate 

St. George 




Bay of Islands. 


Baker's Brook, Bonne\ 
Bay 1 
Baker s Head . . 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Baker's Cove . . 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


Baker's Tickle 


a u 


Eose Blanche. 


Bald Nap 


Trinity ... ... 


Clarenville. 


Balena 


Fortune 


Balena. 


Ballentine Cove 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Balsom Bud Cove 


Twillingate 


Tilt Cove. 


Bank Head 


St. George 


St. George's. 


Barachois, Gt. & Little 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Barachois, Big, Mid- 1 
die and Lower J 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Barbaset 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay (Gargamelle). 


Barr'd Brook 


(1 


Flower's Cove. 


Barr'd Islands 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Bareneed 


Port-de-Grave 


Clarke's Beach. 


Baron's Island 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Barrocks 


St. Barbe 


Coachman's Cove. 


Barrow 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L'Areent. 


Barrow Harbor 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Bartlett Cove 


Twillingate 


Little' Bay. 


Bartlett Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Boune Bay. 


Bar Point 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Bassett's Harbor 


Fogo " , 


Gander Bay. 


Bateau Cove 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove. 


Bateau Cove 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Bateaux Cove 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Bat's Path End 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 



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


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Bauline 


Ferryland 






Toad's Cove. 


Bauline 


St. John's 






Pouch Cove. 


* Bay Bull's 


Ferrvland 






Bay Bulls. [Bull's Arm. 


Bay Bull's Arm 


Trinity 






via N. & W. T. P. 0. Bay 


Bay d'Est, Fortune Bay 


Fortune 






Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 


Bay d'Est, Her. Bay... 


a 






Ganltois. 


Bay de L'eau 


Placentia & St. 


Mary 




Baine Harbor. 


Bay de L'eau 


Fortune 






Pushthrough. 


Bay de L'eau Island ... 


(C 






a 


Bay du Loup 


Burgeo and La 


Poile 




Burgeo. 


Bay du Nord, For. Bay 


Fortune 






Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 


Bay du Nord, Her. Bay 


u 






Pushthrough. 


Bay de Pairs 


St. Barbe '.'. 






Coachman's Cove. 


Bay DEspoir 


Fortune 






Ganltois. 


Bay-de-Verde 


Bay -de- Verde.. 






Lower Island Cove. 


Bay des Vieux 


Burgeo and La 


Poile 




Burgeo. 


Bay L' Argent 


Fortune 






B. L'Argent, via Placentia. 


* Bay of Islands 


St. George 






Bay of Islands. 


* Bay Roberts 


Harbor Grace.. 






Bay Roberts. 


* Bay St. George ... 


St. George 






St. George's. 


Bay St. Genevieve ... 


St. Barbe 




f 

I 


Flower's Cove, in summer ; 
Bonne Bay, in winter. 


Bear Brook 


St. George 






N. N. W. R'y T. P. 0. 


Bear Cove 


Ferryland 






Renews. 


Bear Cove 


Twillingate . . 






Little Bay. 


Bear Cove 


u 






Three Arms. 


Bear Cove 


St. Barbe 






Flower's Cove. 


Bear Cove 


u 






Western Cove, White Bay. 


Bear Cove 


St. George 






Crabb's Brook. 


Bear's Cove 


Harbor Grace.. 






Harbor Grace. 


Beachy Cove 


a 






Bay Roberts. 


Beau Bois 


Burin 






Placentia. 


Beaver Cove ... 


Twillingate .. 






Tilt Cove. 


Beaver Cove 


U 




V 


Little Bay. 

Gander Bay, in winter ; 


Beaverton 


(• 




1 

I 


N.D.B.T.P.O., in summer. 


Beaver Cove 


St. Barbe 






Englee. 


Beck ford 


Placentia & St. 


Mary 


's! 


Placentia. 


Belburns 


St. Barbe 






Bonne Bav. 


Belle Isle (Beach) ... 


St. John's East 






Bell Island. 


Belle Isle (Lance Cove) 


u u 






Topsail. 


Belle Isle North 


St. Barbe 






Griguet. 


Bell Island South ... 


U 






Conche. 


Bellman's Cove 


St. George 






Gravels. 


* Belloram 


Fortune 






Belloram. 


Belvie Bav 


St. Barbe 






St. Anthonv. 


Ben Batt's Cove 


Twillingate ., 




* • 


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AYRE & SONS, 


St. John's— Best plaee to buy Dry Goods. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Bennett Island 


Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


Bennett's Cove 


St. George 


St. George's. 


Benoit's Cove... 


(( 


Bay of Islands. 


Benson Point 


Twillingate 


Little Bay. 


Bett's Cove 


(1 


Nipper's Harbor. 


Berry Head 


St. George 


Gravels. 


Be van Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


Bides Arm 


St. Barbe 


Western Cove. 


Bides Cove 


u 


C( 


Big Brook 


li 


Cape Norman, Griguet. 


Big Brouk 


St. George 


Channel. 


Big Cove 


St. Barbe 


Western Cove. 


Big Island 


a 


u 


Big Salmonier 


Burin 


Burin. 


Big River, Codroy ... 


St. George 


Grand River Gut. 


Bill Cove (Middle) ... 


Bonavista 


Pool's Island. 


Birch Cove 


u 


Bonavista. 


Birch Cove 


Trinity ... ... 


Fox Har., Northern Bight. 


Birch Island 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Bircliy Bay 


n 


Lewisport. 


Birchy Cove 


Bonavista 


Bonavista. 


Birchy Cove 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Birchy Cove ... 


Twillingate 


Jackson's Cove. 


Bircliy Head 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Baj'. 


Bird Cove 


it 


Flower's Cove. 


Bird Island Cove 


Trinity 


Bonavista. 


Bird Islands 


u 


Britannia Cove. 


Biscayan Bay 


St. John's ... ... 


Pouch Cove. 


Biscay Bay 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Bishop's Cove 


Harbor Grace... ... 


Spaniard's Bay. 


Bishop's Cove 


Port-de-Grave 


Brigus. 


Bishop's Harbor 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Black Brook 


Trinity 


Fox Har., Northern Bight. 
Gravels. 


Black Duck Brook ... 


St. George 


Black Duck Cove ... 


Trinity 


British Har., Shoal Har. 


Black Duck Cove ... 


a 


Hickman's Hr., Clarenville. 


Black Duck Cove ... 


St. Barbe ... C 


Flower's Cove, Bonne Bay, 






in winter. 


* Blackhead 


Bay-de-Verde 


Carbonear (Forward). 
St. John's. 


Blackhead 


St. John's 


Blackhead 


Twillingate 


Little Bay Island. 


Blackhead Bay 


Bonavista 


King's Cove. 


Blackhead CoVe 


Fogo 


Seldom-come-by. 


Black Island 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Black Island Tickle ... 


u 


1 

u 


Black Biver 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Blake Pond 


Twillingate 


Gander Bay, 



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AYRE & SONS, 


St. John's— Best place to buy Hardw^ape. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Blakeiown 


Trinity 




Whitbourne. 


Blancliarcl 


Fortune 




Harbor Briton. 


Blood}" Arm 


Fogo 




Gander Bay. 


Blooiiifield 


Bona vista 


■ > • 


Musgrave Town. 


Blow-me-duwu 


Bay -de- Verde 


• • « 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Blo\v-me-down 


Port-de-Grave 


• • • 


Port-de-Grave. 


Blow-me-down 


St. George 


. 


Bay of Islands. 


Blow-me-down 


Twillingate 


... 


Twillingate. 


Bluff Head Cove 


u 


. 


«( 


Bluff Head Cove 


Trinity 


1 • ■ • 


Shoal Harbor. 


Bluff Head Cove 


St. George 


• • ■ • 


Gravels. 


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. 


Bobby's Cove 


Twillingate 


> ■ • 


Tilt Cove. 


Bobby's Cove,New Bay 


.( 


• • • • 


Leading Tickles. 


Bonali, Great & Little. 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Paradise, Placentia. 


Bonaventure 


Trinity 


■ { 


T. P. 0., in summer ; 
Trinity, in winter. 






* Bonavista 


Bonavista 




Bonavista. 


* Bonne Bay 


St. Barbe 


• • . . 


Bonne Bay. 


Bonne Bay, Her. Bay.. 


Fortune 


. • . . 


Pushth rough. 


Boot Harbor 


Twillingate .. 


* > ■ ■ 


Hall's Bay, Springdale. 


Bordeanx 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Arnold's Cove. 


Bos Warlas 


St. George 


"... 


Gravels. 


* Botwoodville 


Twillingate 


• • . 


Botwoodville. 


Boutitou, Hillier's Hr. 


St. Barbe 


• ■ • ■ 


Englce. 


Bowling Pond Road ... 


Fogo 


, , , , 


Tilton Haiboi', Fogo. 


Bown's Mead 


Trinity 


> • ■ . 


Shoal Harbor. 


Bovey 


Fortune 


. 


St. Jacques. 


Boyd's Island 


Twillingate . 


. 


Twillingate. 


Boyd's Cove 


(( 


r 


Gander Bay ; Notre Dame 
T. P. 0. in summer. 


Bradbury's Hill 


Port-de-Grave 




Bay Roberts. 


Bradley's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde 




Carbonear (Forward). 


Bragg's Island 


Bonavista 


• . . 


Greenspond. 


Braha, Great & Little.. 


St. Barbe 




St. Anthony. 


Branch 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Brandy Hr., Cook's Hr. 


St. Barbe 


• . . 


Griguet (Cape Norman). 


Brandy Island 


a 


. 


u 


Braziel 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


Brend and Cheese Cove 


Ferryland 


• . • 


Bay Bulls. 


Bread Cove, Clode Sd.. 


Bonavista 




Brooklyn. 


Brent Island 


St. Barbe 


• • ■ ■ 


St. Antbonv. 


Brent's Cove 


St. Barbe 


■ ■ ■ . 


Tilt Cove. " 


Brierly C'e, Cape Shore 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Brick Yard 


Trinity 


. 


Clarenville, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's- Best place to buy Fishing Tackle. 



Name of Place. 




Post Town?. 



Biidgers 
Brig Bay 

* Biigus 
Biigns Junction 
Brigus South ... 
Brine's Cove 
Briney's Cove 

* Britannia Cove 

British Harbor 

Broad Cove 

Broad Co\'e, Sniitli's Sd 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove, N. Shore. 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove, Rushoon.. 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broads 

Brook Cove 

Brook Cove 

Brook tiehl 
Brookfield 

Brooklyn 

Broom Cove 
Broom Close 
Broom's Bottom 
Broom's Point 
Brown's Cove 
Brown's Cove 
Brown's Mead 
Brown's Harbor 
Brule, or Brewley, \ 

Merasheen Island, J 
Brunette 
Bryant's Hole, Clode) 

Sound, / 

Bryant's Cove 
Buckley Cove, New- 1 

man's Sound, / 



Twillingate ., 
St. Barbe 
Port-de-Grave 

Ferryland 
St. Barbe 
Twillingate 

Trinity 



Bay-de- Verde 
Ferryland 
St. George 
Bonavista 



Burin 

Harbor Main 
Placentia & St. Mary'^ 
St. John's AVest 
Harbor Grace 
Trinity 

r 

I 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Bay-de-Verde 

Bonavista 

St. George 

St. Barbe 

Burin 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Fortune 

Bonavista 

Harbor Grace 

Bonavista 



Flower's Cove, Bonne Bay, 

in winter. 
Brigus. 

Railway T. P. O. 
Brigus South, Bay Bulls. 
Tilt Cove. 

a 

Clarenville, in winter ; 
T. B. T. B. 0., in sum. 

u a 

Dildo. 

Shoal Harbor. 

Bonaventure. 

Carbonear (Forward). 

Renews. 

St. George's. 

King's Cove. 

Greenspond. 

Newman's Sound, Salvage. 

Baine Harbor. 

Conception Hr , Avondale. 

Trepassey. 

Broad Cove. 

Bay Roberts. 

Heart's Content. 

Hickman's Harbor, 

Clarenville. 
Pool's Island. 
Clarenville. 
Brooklyn. 

Carbonear (Forward). 
Salvage. 
Bay of Islands. 
Bonne Bay. 
Coachman's Cove. 
Burin. 
Shoal Harbor. 



Placentia. 
Harbor Briton. 
Port Blandford. 
Harbor Grace. 
Brooklyn. 









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AYRE 


& SONS, 


St 


. John 


's— Best place to buy Spopting- Goods. " 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Bull Arm 

Bull Cove 

Bull Cove 

Bullock's Tickle 
BunyanCove,Clode Sd. 

* Burgeo 
Burgeo 
Burgoyne's Cove 

* Burin 

Burin Bay 

Burin Island ... 
Burin Cove ... 
Burnt Arm 
Burnt Bay 
Burnt Brook ... 
Burnt Cove, or Harbor 
Burnt Head 

Burnt Island 

Burnt Island 
Burnt Island 
Burnt Island 
Burnt Islands 
Burnt Point 
Burnt Woods 
Burton's Pond 
Burt's Cove 
Burying Place 
Bussey's Point 
Bustard Cove 
Butler Cove 
Butler Brook 
Butter Cove 
Butter Harbor 
Button Hole Cove 
Cabot Island 
Canada Bay 
Canaille 
Candle Cove 

Canning Cove 

Cann Island 
Canaries 
Campbell's Cove 
Campbelltown 

Cap Cove 

Cape Anguille 



Trinity 
Port-de-Grave 
Burin 
Bonavista 

Burgeo and La 
Placentia & St. 
Trinity 
Burin 



Ferryland 
Twillingate .. 

a 

Trinity 

Twillingate .. 
Port-de-Grave 

Bonavista 

Twillingate . . 

It 

Placentia & St. 
Burgeo and La 
Bav-de-Verde., 



Poile... 
Mary's, 



Mary'i 
Poile., 



Twillingate 



Fogo 



Twillingate 



Fogo 



St. Barbe 
Twillingate .. 
St. George 
Trinity 
Burgeo and La 
Twillingate . . 
Bonavista 
St. Barbe 
Bonavista 



Fogo 
St. Barbe 
St. George 
Twillingate 
Trinity 
St. George 



Poile. 



N. & W. T. P. 0. 

Brigus. 

Burin. 



Port Blandford. 
Burgeo. 
Placentia. 
Shoal Harbor. 
Burin. 



Toad's Cove. 

Botwoodville. 

Burnt Bay. 

Shoal Harbor. 

Little Bay Island. 

Cupids. 

Gambo, in winter ; B. B. 

T. P. 0., in summer. 
Leading Tickles. 
Twillingate. 
Placentia. 
Rose Blanche. 
Carbonear (Forward). 

Nipper's Harbor. 

Change Islands. 

Tilt Cove. 

Gander Bay. 

Bonne Bay, Port-au-Choix. 

Leading Tickles. 

St. George's. 

Northern Bight. 

Channel. 

Tilt Cove. 

Greenspond, 

Englee. 

Bonavista. 

Greenspond. 

Brooklyn, in winter ; B. B. 

T. P. O., 
Seldom-come-by. 
Englee. 



Gravels. 
Lewisport. 
Trinity. 
Codroy, 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Cape Ballard 
Cape Bauld 
Cape Bona vista 
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 Spear 
Cape St. Francis 
Cape St. Mary's 
Caplin Bay 
Caplin Bay 
Caplin Cove (L.I.C.).., 
Caplin Cove 
Caplin Cove 
Caplin Cove 
Caplin Cove 
Caplin Cove 
Caplin Cove 

* Carbonear 
Carbonear Island 
Card's Harbor 
Carter's Cove 
Cascade Cove 
Castle Cove 
Castor's Harbor 
Castor's River 

* Catalina 
Cat Bay 
Cat Cove 
Cat Harbor 
Cat's Cove 
Cat's Cove 
Centre's Cove 



Ferry land 

St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

Ferryland 

Fogo 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

St. Geor.^e 

Bonavista 

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



Placentia & St. Marv's. 

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

St. Barbe 

St. John's 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Ferryland 

St. George 

Bay-de-Verde 

Ferryland 

Harbor Grace 

Trinity 

Twillingate 



Carbonear 

11 

Twillingate . . 

II 

Fortune 
Bonavista 
St. Barbe 

Trinity \. 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Fogo 

Burin 

Harbor Mai;i .. 

Trinity 



Renews. 

Griguct. 

Bonavista. 

Cape Broyle. 

Fogo. 

St. Mary's. 

Fogo. 

Pool's Island. 

Bay of Islands. 

Pool's Island. 

Pushthrousb. 

Trepassey. 

Griguet. 



Trepassey. 

It 

N. & W. T. P. 0. 
Oderin, Placentia. 
Conche. 
St. John's. 
I Pouch Cove. 
(Placentia. 
jCaplin Bay. 
jBay of Islands. 
I Lower Island Cove. 
! Toad's Cove. 
Harbor Grace. 
Northern Bight. 
Exploits. 

Little Bav Island. 
Tilt Cove. 
Carbonear. 



Morton's Harbor. 
Pushthrough. 
King's Cove. 

Bonne Bay. 

It 

Catalina. 

Gambo. 

Englee. 

Pool's Island. 

Burin. 

Avondale. [T. P. O. 

Bay Bulls' Arm, N. & W. 



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Aeolian, w^hich places the best Music within peach of all. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Chain Cove (Chance) .. 


Ferryland 


Renews. 


Chamberlains 


Harbor Main . . 


Manuels. 


Chamber's Brook 


St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove. 


Chaleur Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Pushthrougli, Cape La Hune 


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 


Dildo. 


Chapel Island 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate, Moreton'a Hr. 


Chapel's Cove 


Harbor Main . . 


Railway T. P. 0. 


Chapel's Island 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L' Argent. 


Charlie Shear's Cove... 


St. George 


Gravels. 


Charlottetown 


Bonavista 


Port Blandford. 


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 and La Poile . . 


La Poile. 


Cinq lies Bay 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 


Clam C'e (Glamorgan). 


Ferryland 


Renews. 


Clam Bank Cove 


St. George . . 


Gravels. 


* Clarenville 


Trinity 


Clarenville. 


Clarke's Beach 


Port-de-Grave 


Clarke's Beach. 


Clarke's Brook 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Clarke's Cove 
Clatise Harbor 


Twillingate . . 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 




Valen Island, Placentia. 


Clay Cove 


St. Barbe 


White Bay, Englee. 


Clay Pits 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


Clode Sound 


Bonavista 


Port Blandford. 


Clown's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde.. 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Coachman's Gove 


St.^ Barbe 


Coachman's Cove. 


Coachman's Island ... 


Burin 


Burin. 


Coal All 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate. 


Cobbler's Island 


Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


Cob's Arm 


Twillingate . . 


Herring Neck. 


Codroy 


St. George 


Grand River Gut. 


Cod's Head Cove ... 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


La Poile. 


Cod Jack's Cove 
Codrick's Cove 


Twillingate . . 
Fogo 




Change Islands. 


Coffee Cove 


Twillingate . . 






Colchester 


(1 


Nipper's Harbor. 


Cold Harbor 


Bonavista 


Greenspond, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's-Best place to buy Pianos & Opg-ans. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Goley's Point 
Collier's 

Collier's Bay Cove 
Colinet 
Colinet Island 
Collins' Cove 
Columbier Island 
Collett Cove 

Come-by-chance 

Comfort Cove 

* Conception Harbor 

Conche 

Coney Arm ... 

Confusion Bay 

Conn 

Connaigre Bay 

Conne River 

Connoire Bay 

Cook's Cove 

Cook's Cove 

Cook's Harbor 

Coomb's Cove 

C&oper's Cove 

Cooper's Covp 

Cooper's Poii.t 

Coppet 

Corbin 

Corbin 

Cormorandier 

Cornelius Island 

Corner Brook 

Corner Brook, N. W.^ 

Arm, / 

Cotrel's Cove 
Cottell's Island, now ) 

St. Brendan's, I 

Cottle Cove 
Country Path 
Courage's Beach 
Coward's Island 
Cow Cove, Cow Head.. 
Cow Harbor 
Crabb's Brook 
Crabb's Brook 
Crabb's Hole 
Crane's Brook 



Harbor Grace . . 
Harbor Main . . 

Trinity 

Placentia & Pt. Mary's. 

u u 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

I 

Twillingate 
Harbor Main 

St. Barbe 

(< 

a 

Fortune 



Burgeo and La 
Trinity 
St. George 
St. Barbe 
Fortune 
Placentia & St, 



. Mary 



St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile 

Burin 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile 

St. George 

Twillingate 



Bonavista 

Twillingate 
j Harbor Grace 

u 

Bonavista 
St. Barbe 

u 

iSt. George 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 
! Harbor Grace, , 



PoiU 



Bay Roberts. 

Avondale. 

Chance Cove. 

Whitbourne. 

Salmonier. 

Burin. 

u 

Placentia. 
Come-by-chance, via 

N. & W. T. P. 0. 
Lewisport. 
Avondale. 
Conche. 
Western Cove. 
Tilt Cove. 

Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 
Harbor Briton. 
Gaultois. 

Burgeo. [Cove. 

Old Perlican, Lower Island 
Bay of Islands. 
Griguet. 
St. Jacques. 

Tack's Beach, Placentia. 
Argentia. 
Bonne Bay. 
Burgeo. 
Birrin. 

Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 
Conche. 
Burgeo. 
N. & W. T. P. 0. 

Little Bay. 

Leading Tickles. 
Glovertown, in M'inter ; 
B. B. T. P. 0., in summer. 
Twillingate. 
Bay Roberts. 
Harbor Grace. 
Flat Islands. 
Bonne Bay. 

N. N. & W. Ry. 

Placentia, Baron Island. 
Bay Roberts. 



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AYRE & SONS 


, St. John's -Agents fop Roniseh Pianos. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Crawley's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Creek 


St. George 


Gravels. 


Cremaillere 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony. 


Cripple Cove 


St. John's 


Pouch Cove. 


Croc 


St. Barbe 


Conche. 


Crocker's Cove 


Carbonear 


Carbonear. 


Cross Island 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Oderin. 


Croucher Cove 


Twillingate ... 


Little Bay Island. 


Crow Head 


a 


Twillingate. 


Crow Head 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Cub Ce,WhiteBear Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Cuckold's Cove 


St. John's 


King's Bridge. 


Cuckold's Cove 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Cul de Sac (E. & W.). . 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Push through. 


Cull Harbor 


Bonavista 


Glovertown. 


Cull Harbor 


it 


Pool's Island. 


Culllsland 


Twillingate 


Leading Tickles. 


Cupids 


Port-de-Grave 


Cupids. 




St. Barbe 


Straits of Belle Isle T.P.O., 


Currant Island 


in summer ; Bonne Bay, 




in winter. 


Cuslett 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Cut well Arm ... 


Twillingate 


Little Bay Island. 


Cutwell Harbor 


u 


U u 


Damnable Harbor ... 


Bona vista 


Salvage. 


Dancing Cove 


u 


[POV" 




Daniel's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde. J. 


Old Perlican, Lower Island 


Daniel's Cove, Random 


Trinity 


Sboal Harbor. 


Daniel's Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Daniel's Point 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Dantzic Coves 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Dark Cove 


Bonavista 


Gambo. 


Dark Cove 


(.i 


Salvage. 


Dark Harbor, Random 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


Dark Hole 


(C 


Clarenville. 


Dark Tickles 


Twillingate 


Piliey's Island. 


Darrell's Home 


Port-de-Grave 


Port-de-Grave. 


Davy Button's Cove ... 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


Davis Cove 


u 


" 


Davies Ce, near Burgeo 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Dawson's Cove 


Fortune 


Hermitage Cove. 


Dead Isles, or lies "] 
aux Morts J 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Dead Lobster Bay ... 


Fortune 


Pushthrough. 


Deadman's Bay 


St. John's 


St. John's. 


Deadman's Bay 
Deadman's Cove 


Fogo 

Fortune 


Pool's Island. 



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



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Dead man's Cove 

Degrat du Cheval 
Deep flight, Random . 
Deep Cove 
Deep Cove 
Deep Cove 
Deep Cove 
Deepwater Bay 
Deep water Cove 
Deer Brook ... 
Deer Harbor ... 
Deer Haibor (Lower) . 
Deer Island ... 
Deer Island ... 
Deer Lake 

Delby's Cove 

Denier Island... 
Devil's Bay, Rencontre 

Devil's Cove 

Dildo 

Dildo Run 
Dirty Cove 

Dock Ridge 

Dock, Bareneed 
Doctor's Harbor 
Doctor's Harbor 
Dodding Head 

l^ogBay 

Dog Cove, Cottell's I'd 

Dog Cove 
Dog Cove 
Dog Cove 

Dog Har., Merasheen... 
Dog I'd, Bird Cove, ] 
Dog Peninsula j 
Dollard Arm .. 
Dollman's Point 

Dolly Cove 

Dominion Point 
Dossenger's Cove 
Doting Cove ... 
Dragoon Bay ... 

Drake Cove 

Dreadfall Point 



St. Barbe 



Trinity 

Ferryland 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

a 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

St. George 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Twillingate ... 

Bonavista 

Harbor Main ... 

Port-de- Grave 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

P'ortune 

Burin 



Fogo 
Bonavista 



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

St. Barbe ... J. 

Twillingate ... 
Bonavista 

Trinity 

Twillingate ... 

St. Barbe 

Fogo 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile.., 



f Flower's Cove, Bonne Bay, 
1^ in winter. 

Englee. 

Northern Bight. 

Caplin Bay. 

Presque, Placentia. 

Channel. 

Griguet. 

Exploits. 

Bonne Bav. 

Britannia Cove. 

Fox Har., Northern Bight. 

Gooseberry Island. 

Burgeo. 

N. & W. T. P. O. 

Trinity, British Harljor. 

Salvage. 

Pushthrough. 

Coachman's C'e, or Englee. 

Dildo. 

Twillingate. 

Salvage. 

Avondale. 

Clarke's Beach. 

Burgeo. 

Relloram, Bay L' Argent. 

Burin. 

Gander Bav, in winter ; 

N. D. Bav T. P. 0., in sum. 

Glovertown ; B. B. T. P. 0., 

in summer. 
Gambo. 
Pushthrough. 
Salmonier. 

Placentia, Harbor Buffett. 
Flower's Cove, Bonne Bay, 

in winter. 
Three Arms, Little Bay. 
Gambo. 

Britannia Cove. 
Botwoouville. 
Coachman's Cove. 
Musgrave Harbor. 
Pushthrough. 
Greenspond. 
'Channel, 



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AYRE & SONS, 


St. John's— Agents for Farrand Organs. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Drogheda 


Port-de-Grave 


Brigus. 


Droke 


Placentia & St. Marv's. 


Trepassey. 


Diiggan's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Western Cove. 


Dunsmere 


St. John's West 


St. Ann'.s. 


Dimville 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia (Railway). 


Durant Island 


Biirgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Duricle 


Burin 


Placentia, Beaubois. 


Diirrell's Arm 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


East Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


Easter Cove . . 


Fogo 




Indian Islands, Seldoui- 
conie-by. 


East Point 


Burgeo and La 


Poile... 


La Poile. 


Eastern Tickle 


Fogo 




Fogo. 


Eboulements 


St. Baibe 


• • • ■ ■ 


Port-au-Choix, Bonne Bay. 


Eddy's Cove 


u 





Flower's Cove. 


Elliott's Cove 


Trinity 





Clarenville. 


Elliott's Point 


Twillingate . 


. • • ■ • 


Exploits. 


Elliston 


Trinity 





Bonavista. 


Emberley's Pond 


Twillingate . 




Twillingate. 


Englee 


St. Barbe 




Englee. 


English Cove 


Harbor Main . 


> ■ • < • 


Collier's, Avondale. 


English Cove 


Placentia & St 


Mary's. 


St. Mary's. 


English Harbor East... 


Fortune 





Belloram, Bay L'Aigent. 


English Harbor West.. 


u 


... 


St. Jacques. 


English Harbor 


St. Barbe ] 


... 


r!onche. 


English Harbor 


Trinity 


. > ... 


Trinity. 


Epworth 


Burin 





Burin. 


Evan's Rock, Random. 


Trinity 





Clarenville. 


* Exploits 


Twillingate . 


... 


Exploits. 


Exploits (Lower Har.). 


a 


. . 


u 


Facheux Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Push thro ugh. 


Fair Island 


Bouavista 


Gambo, in wintei' ; B. B. 
T. P. 0., in summer. 




I 


Famish Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


N. N. & W. Railway. 


Farewell Harbor 


Fogo 




Change Islands. 


Farm 


St. George 




Bay of Islands. 


Farmer's Arm 


Twillingate . 




Twillingate. 


Farmer's Arm, N.W.I. 


u 




u 


Farrell's Cove 


u 




Fortune Harbor. 


Feather Point 


Harbor Grace. 




Harbor Grace. 


Felix Cove 


St. George 




St. George's. 


Femme 


Fortune 




Belloram, Bay L' Argent. 


Fermeuse 


Ferryland 




Ferryland. 


Ferrole Point, &c. ... 


St. Barbe 




Bonne Bay. 


* Ferryland 


Ferryland 




Ferryland. 


Fichot Islands 


St. Barbe 




Conche, 


Fischell's Brook 


St. George 




Robinson's Head. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— District Managers for 



Name o( Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Fish Head Cove 
Five Islands Bay 

Flagstaff 

Flambio' Head 

Flat Bay 

Fiat Islands 

* Fiat Island 

Fiat I'd, St. John's Bay 

FlatRoclv 

FlatRoclv 

Flat Rock 

Fleurde-Lys ... 

Fort Amherst 

Fort Point 

Flower's Cove 
Flower's Island 
Fliiiry's Bight 

* Fogo 

Foote's Cove .. 
Forrester's Point 
Foster's Point 

* Fortune 
Fortune Arm ... 
Foatune Harbor 
Fourcbette 

Fox Bay 

Fox Cove 
Fox Cove 
Fox Harbor ... 
Fox Harbor ... 
Fox Head Cove 
Fox IsVd, near Ramea. 
Fox Island 
Fox Island River 
Fox Point 
Fox Roost 
Fox Trap 
Francis Cove ... 
Francois, near Ren- ^ 
contre J 

Frank Island ... 
French Cove ... 

Fredericton ... 

Fiench's Cove 
French Island Harbor. 



Burgeo and La Poile. 

Fortune 

Burin 

Bay-de- Verde... 

St. George 

Bon a vista 

Burin 

'St. Barbe 

jCarbonear 
jFerr3'land 

St. John's 

1st. Barbe 

St. John's 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 

Fogo 
Burin 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 
Burin 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Bonavi.sta 

Burin 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 

Fortune 



■{ 



St. Barbe 

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

Burgeo and La Poile... 



Fortune 

Fogo 

Harbor Grace. 
St. Barbe 



La Poile. 

Belloram, Bay L'Ar ent. 

Lamaline. 

Lower Island Cove. 

St. George's. 

Glovertown, in winter ; 

B. B. T. P. 0., in summer. 

Placentia. 

Bonne Bay. 

Carbonear (Forward). 

Ac[uaforte (Ferryland). 

Pouch Cove. 

Coachman's Cove. 

St. John's. 

Trinity. 

Flower's Cove. 

Pool's Island. 

Fortune Harbor. 

Fogo. 

Burin. 

Flower's Cove. 

Clarenville. 

Fortune. 

Griguet. 

Fortune Harbor. 

Englee. 

Greenspond. 

Placentia, Beaubois. 

Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 

Fox Harbor. 

Northern Bight. 

Change Islands. 

Ramea. 

Gaultois. 

St. Anthony. 

Channel. 

Kelligrews. 

Valen Island, Placentia. 

Push through. 

Burgeo. 

Gaultois. 

Gander Bay, in winter ; 

Fogo, in summer. 
Bay Roberts. 
Flower's Cove. 





Post Office Direcioi 


ii- 




8^ 


the " New York Life Insurance Company." 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Frenchman's Cove ... 
Frenchman's Cove ... 
Frencliman's C'e Beach 
Frenney Cove 

* Freshwater ... 

Freshwater 

Freshwater 

Freshwater 

Freshwater 

Freshwater 

Freshwater, Belle Isle. 
Freshwater Bay 
Freshwater Bay 
Freshwater Bay 

Friday's Bay 

Frost Cove 

Fry's Beach 

Furby's Cove 

Gads' Harbor 

Gads' Harbor ... 

Gales' Cove 

Gales' Harbor... 
Galliboy Harbor 
Callow's Cove 
Callow's Harbor, "| 
St. Joseph's J 

Gander Bay ... 

Gambo 

Gargamelle ... 

Garia 

Garnish, Great & Little 
Garrott's Cove 

Garrett's 

Gaskier's (Gascoigne) . 
Caster's 

* Gaultois 

Genevieve Bay 
George's Brook 
George's Cove.. 
George's Cove... 
George's Town 

Giles' Point 

Gillams 

Gillard's Cove 

Gin Cove, Smith's S'd 
Glenburns 

* Glenwood 

M 



Ferryland 

Burin 

St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Bay-de-Verde... 

Ferryland 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

St, John's East 

Bonavista 

St. John's West 

Ferryland 

Twillingate 



Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

St. George 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Ferryland 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Harbor Main 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 



Port-de-Grave 
St. George 

Twillingate . , 
Trinity 
St. Barbe 
Fogo 



Renews. 

Garnish. 

Bay of Islands. 

Placentia. 

Carbonear. 

Ferryland. 

Renews. 

Placentia, Jersey Side 

Trinity. 

King's Bridge. 

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. 

Bay Bulls' Arm. 

Northern Bight. 

St. Mary's. 

Avondale. 

Gaultois. 

Bonne Bay. 

Shoal Harbor. 

Bonaventure. 

Northern Bight. 

Brigus. 

Bay of Islands. 

Twillingate. 
Shoal Harbor. 
Bonne Bay. 
N. & W. t. P. 0. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Agents fop Estey Organs. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Glide Brook 

Glover Harbor 
Glovertown ... 

Goblin Bay 

God Bay 

Goddenville ... 
Godfather's Cove 
God Hr., near Garnish 
Gold Cove, White Bay 
Golden Bay ... 
Goldson's Arm 
Good Bay, Port-au- ^ 
Choix J 

Goose Arm 

Goose Bay 

Gooseberry 

Gooseberry Cove 
Gooseberry Island 
Gooseberry Island 
Goose Cove ,. 
Goose Cove ... 

Goufre 

Goulds 

Goulds, Bay Bull's R'd 
Goulds' Point & Brook 
Governor's Island 
Grand Bay 

* Grand Bank 

Grand Beach 

Grand Brook 

Grand Bruit 

Grand Cove, Con- ^ 

fusion Bay J 

Grandes Ilettes Harbor 

Grandes Oies 

Grand Vache 

Grand Ferry 

Grand John 

Grand La Pierre 
Gransway 

* Grand River Gut ... 
Grandy's Brook 
Graudy's Island 
Grandy's Island 
Grandy's Passage 
Grandy's Point 
Grant's Cove 



St. George 

Twillingate 

Bonavista , 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile.., 

Harbor Grace 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

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

St. Barbe 

St. George 

Bonavista 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Trinity ... !.. 

St. Barbe 

Port-au- Grave 

St. John's 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile... 
Burin 

u 

Burgeo and La Poile. 
St. Barbe 



Fortune 



St. Barbe 

St. George 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 

St. Barbe ... '.'. 
Burgeo and La Peile.. 
Placentia & St. Mary's 
Fortune 



K & W. T. P. 0. 
Leading Tickles. 
Glovertown. 
Pushthrough. 
Channel. 
Spaniard's Bay. 
Western Cove. 
Burin. 

Western Cove. 
Placentia. 
Herring Neck. 

Bonne Bay. 

Bay of Islands. 

Brooklyn, Musgravetown. 

Placentia. 

Northern Bight. [sum. 

Glovertown, B.B.T.P.O., in 

Flower's Cove. 

St. Anthony. 

Trinity Harbor. 

Englee. 

Railway T. P. O. 

Goulds. 

Flower's Cove. 

Bay of Islands. 

Channel. 

Grand Bank. 

I " 

Channel. 
La Poile. 

Tilt Cove. 

Conche. 

Western Cove. 

Garnish. 

Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 

Conche. 

Grand River Gut. 

Burgeo. 

Western Cove. 

Rose Blanche. 

Valen Island, Placentia. 

Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 



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AYRE & 


SONS, St. John's— Hats and Caps. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns, 


Grapnell Cove 


St. Barbe 




Tilt Cove. 


Grassy Brook 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Grate's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde 


... 


Lower Island Cove. 


Gravels 


St. George 


. 


Gravels. 


Great Cat Arm 


St. Barbe 


. 


Western Cove. 


Great Codroy Eiver ... 


St. George 




Grand River Gut. 


Great Colinet Island... 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Salmonier. 


Great Coney Arm ... 


St. Barbe 


• • • • 


Western Cove. 


Great Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


Great Hr., Connaigre .. 


Fortune 




Harbor Briton. 


Great Harbor Deep ... 


St. Barbe 


. 


Western Cove. 


Great Island 


Ferryland 




Toad's Cove. 


Great Jervois 


Fortune 




Pushthrough. 


Great Lawn 


Burin 


• • • • 


Placentia. 


Great Merasheen 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia, Merasheen. 


Great Mosquito Cove .. 


Trinity 




Chance Cove. 


Great Paradise 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Paradise, Placentia. 


Great St. Joseph's 


K 


11 


Oderin, Placentia. 


Great Southern Har.... 


U 


11 


La Manche. 


Green Bay 


Trinity 




Catalina. 


Green Cove and Island 


11 




Trinity. 


Green Head 


Harbor Grace 




Spaniard's Bay. 


Green Gardens 


St. George 




St. George's. 


Green Island 


Trinity 




Catalina. 


Green Island Brook ... 


St. Barbe 




Flower's Cove. 


Green Island Cove ... 


.1 




11 


Green Island Cove ... 


Twillingate .. 




Exploits. 


Green Point 


St. Barbe 


' 


Bonne Bay. 


Green Point 


Fortune 




Gaultois. 


Green's Bight 


Trinity 


\ ... 


Britannia Cove. 


Green's Harbor 


11 


* 


New Harbor. 


* Greenspond 


Bonavista 




Greenspond. [Arm. 


Greenspond 


St. Barbe 




Western Cove, Jackson's 


Gree^ys Nest 


Port-de-Grave 




Brigus. 


Creep's Nest 


Trinity 


^ 


Shoal Harbor. 


Gregory Eiver 


St. George 


■ • • 


Bay of Islands. 


Griguet 


St. Barbe 




Griguet. 


Groais Island 


(1 




Conche. 


Groat's Island 


Bonavista 




Greenspond. 


Grole 


Fortune 




Pushthrough. 


Guggle's Cove 


Harbor Grace.. 




Bay Roberts. 


Gu 1 Cove, Branch ... 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Gulleys 


Harbor Main . . 




Upper Gullies. 


Gulleys 


Port-de-Grave 




Railway T. P. 0. 


Gull island 


Bay-de-Verde.. 




Lower Island Cove. 


Gull Island, Cape John 


Twillingate ,. 


. 


Tilt Cove. 


GiUl Island Cove ... 




, ... 


Exploits, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Boots and Shoes. 


Name of Place. District. Post Towns. 

1 





Gull Marsh 

Gussett's Cove 
Ha Ha Bay . . 
Halfway Bay . . 
Hall's Bay . . 
Hall's Bay Head 
Hall's (Tom) Harbor 
Hall's Town .. 
Hamilton Cove 
Handy Harbor 

* Hani's Harbor 
Happy Adventure . 

* Harbor Briton 

* Harbor Buffett 
Harbor Deep . . 
Harbor des Veaux 
Harbor Gallej' 

* Harbor Giace 
Harbor Grace Island . 
Harbor Island 
Harbor Le Cou 

* Harbor Main 
Harbor Mille . . 
Harbor Round 
Hardy Cove . . 
Hare Bay 

Hare Bay, Fresh- ) 
water Bay J 

Hare Bay, near Ren- "] 
contre J 

Hare Baj'^ 

Hare Harbor . . 

Harricot, or Harry's ^ 
Cove J 

Harry's Harbor 

Hart's Cove . . 

Hatchet Cove . . 

Hatcher's Cove 

Hatter's Point 

Hauling Point 

Hawke's Harbor 

Hayward's Cove, "| 
Cottell's Island J 

Hay Cove 
Hay Cove 
Hav Cove 



St. Barbe 
Bay-de-Verde 
St. Barbe 
St. George 
Tsvlllingate 



Port-de-Grave 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe 
Trinity 
Bonavista 
Fortune 
Placentia & St 
St. Barbe 

u 

Fortune 
Harbor Grace 



St. George 
Burgeo and 
Harbor Main 
Fortune 
St. Barbe 
Fortune 
St. Barbe 

Bonavista 



La 



Bonne Bay. 

Carbonear (Forward). 

Griguet. 

Bay of Islands. 

Springdale. 

Exploits. 
Bay Roberts. 
Fortune Harbor. 
Englee. 

Heart's Content. 
Glovertown. 
Harbor Briton. 
Mary's. I Placentia, Harbor Buffett. 
Western Cove. 
Conche. 
Gaultois. 
Harbor Grace. 



Poile.., 



Bay of Islands. 

Rose Blanche. 

Harbor Main. 

Belloram, Bav L'Argent. 

Tilt Cove. 

Ganltois. 

St. Anthony. 

Gambo. 



Burgeo and La Poile. . Push through. 



Fogo 
Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Twillingate .. 

Trinity .'. '.'. 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile . . 

St. Barbe 

u 

Bonavista ... \ 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 
St. Barbe 



Fogo. 
Belloram. 

Salmonier. 

Jackson's Cove, Little Bay. 

Twillingate. 

Northern Bight. 

Belloram. 

Burgeo. 

Western Cove. 

Bonne Bay. 

Glovertown, St. Brendan's, 
in winter ; Bonavista Bay 
T. P. O., in summer. 

Gambo. 

Flat Islands, Placentia, 

Griguet, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's-Llnes and Twines. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Haystack 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Head's Harbor, ^ 
H. B. Harbor j 


Twillingate . . 


Little Bay. 


Head of Fortune Bay.. 


Fortune 




Bellorani, Bay L'Argent. 


Healy's Cove . . 


Harbor Main . . 




Harbor Main. 


* Heart's Content . . 


Trinity 




Heart's Content. 


Heart's Delight 


u 




(( 


Heart's Desire 


u 




a 


Heart's Ease . . 


1( 




Northern Bight. 


Hermitage Cove 


Fortune 




Hermitage Cove. 


Herring Cove. . 


Burin 


, , 


St. Lawrence. 


* Herring Neck 


Twillingate . . 




Herring Neck. 


Hibb'sHole .. 


Port-de-Grave 




Port-de-Grave. 


Hickman's Harbor . . 


Trinity . . ^ 


Clarenville, T. B. T. P. 0. 
in summer. 


Highbeach 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Highlands 


St. George . . | 


Crabb's Brook, N. N. & W. 
E'y T. P. 0. 


Hilliard's Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Hiscock's Point 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


Hodder's Cove 
Hodder's Cove 


Bonavista 

Trinity 




Shoal Harbor. 


Hodge's Cove . . 


a 


Northern Bight. 


Hogan Cove . . 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia, Merasheen. 


Hollett's Cove 


Bonavista 


Glovertown. 


HoUoway's Passage . . 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Paradise, Placentia. 


Holyrood 


" " 


St. Mary's. 


* Holyrood . . 


Harbor Main 


Holyrood. 


Hoop Cove 


Fortune 


Belloiam. 


Hooping Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Hog's Nose 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Hope All 


a 


Dildo.' 


Hopewell 


Harbor Main 


Kelligrews. 


Hopeville 


Bonavista 


Brooklyn. 


Hornet Island 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Horse Chops . . 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Horse Cove . . 


Harbor Main 


Broad Cove. 


Horse Islands. . 


St. Barbe 


La Scie, Tilt Cove. 


Hoskin's Harbor 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Houses Point . . 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Howe Harbor... 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony. 


Hughes Brook 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Hungry Cove . . 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia, Baron Island. 


Hungry Cove . . 


Trinity 


Hickman's Harbor. 


Hunter's Point, \ 
Point-au-Choix, j 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Hunts 


Burgeo and La Poile 


- 


Burgee, 



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& SONS, 


St 


John' 


s— Orders by Mail carefully executed. 


Name 


of Place. 




District. 


Post Towns. 



Humber Valley 
Humber Eiver 
Indian Arm . . 
Indian Arm . . 
Indian Bay 
Indian Bight . . 
Indian Burying Place . 
Indian Cove, For- \ 

tune Harbor j 

Indian Cove . . 
Indian Cove . . 
Indian Cove . . 
Indian Har. and Island 
Indian Hr., Merasheen 
Indian Heail . . 
Indian Islands 
Indian Point . . 
Indian Pond . . 
Indian Tickle, Long 1 

Island / 

Ingle wood, Eandom 
Ingornachoix Bay 
Inner Pinchard's Isl'd 
Ireland Bight. . 
Ireland Island 
Ireland's Eye . . 
Irishtown 
Irishtown 
Irishtown 

Island Cove (Upper) 
Island Cove . . 
Island Cove . . 
Island Cove . . 
Island Harbor 
Isles aux Sauvages 
Isles anx Morts 
Isthmus Bay . . 
Ivany's Cove . . 
Jack of Clubs. . 
Jackson's Arm 

Jackson's Cove 

Jacob's Cove, New Bay 
Jacques Fontaine 

James Cove 

James Cove . , 



St. George 

Bonavista 
Twillingate 
Bonavista 
Twillingate 



Bonavista 
Fortune 
St. Barbe 
Burgeo and La 
Placentia & St 
St. George 
Fogo 

Twillingate 
Harbor Main 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La 

Trinity 

St. George 

Carbonear 

Ferryland 

Harbor Grace 

Trinity 



Fogo 
St. Barbe 
Burgeo and La 
St. Geoi'ge 
Trinity 
St. George 
St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

a 

Fortune 
Bonavista 
Harbor Main 



Poile... 
Mary's. 



Poile... 



Poile... 



Deer Lake, N. N. & W. Ry. 

Bay of Islands. 

Brooklyn. 

Lewisport. 

Greenspond. 

Little Bay. 

Tilt Cove. 

Fortune Harbor. 

Brooklyn, Port Blandford. 



Bonne Bay. 

La Poile. 

Placentia, Harbor Buffett. 

St. George's. 

Seldom-come-bv. 

Exploits. 

Railway T. P. 0. 

Little Bay Island. 

Lee Bight. 

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. 

Gravels. 

Western Cove. 

Little Bay, in winter ; 

N.D.B. T.P.O., in summer. 

Fortune Harbor. 

Belloram, Bay L' Argent. 

Jamestown ; B.B.T.P.O., 

in summer. 
Conception Har., Avoudale, 



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Name of Place. 




Post Towns. 



Jean-de-Bay . . 
Jenkins' Cove 
Jenning's Cove 
Jerritt's Point 
Jersey Harbor 
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 
JuUies Harbor 
Juniper Stump 
Kane's Point . . 
Kate Harbor . . 

Keels 

Kelligrews 
Kelly's Island 
Keppel Har., Port- 1 

au-Choix / 

Kerley's, or Careless \ 

Harbor / 

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 
Kippin's 
Kirby's Cove 
Kitchues 
Kite Cove 
Knife Cove 
Knight's Cove 
Kyer's Cove . 



Burin 

Tvvillingate . . 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile . . 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 
Bay-de- Verde... 

Trinity 

Fogo 
Twillingate . . 

r 
I 

St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Twillingate ... 
St. George 
Twillingate ... 
Port-de-Grave 
Twillingate 
Bonavista 

" - { 

Harbor Main . . 

St. Barbe ... | 

Trinity ... | 

Bay-de- Verde . . 

Twillingate . . 

St. John's 

Twillingate . . 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Twillingate . . 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. George 

Burin 

Harbor Main . . 

Twillingate 

Burgeo and La Poile . . 
Bonavista 
Twillingate . . 



Placentia, Beaubois. 
Twillingate. 



Channel. 

Harbor Briton. 

Jeisey Side. 

Placentia. 

Trinity. 

Carbonear (Forwaui). 

Trinity. 

Fogo. 

Twillingate. 

Little Bav, in winter ; 

N.D.B. T'.P.0., in summer. 

Bay of Islands. 

Whitbourne. 

Exploits. 

St. George's. 

Leading Tickles. 

Brigus. 

Exploits. 

King's Cove. 

King's Cove, in winter ; 

B. B. T. P. 0., in summei'. 

Kelligrews. 

Bonne Bay. 

Shoal Har., Bonaventui'c. 

Western Bay. 

Twillingate. 

Kilbride. 

Exploits. 

King's Cove. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

Jackson's Cove, Little Bay. 

Bonne Bay. 

Burgeo. 

Paradise, Placentia. 

St. George's. 

Burin. 

Avondale. 

Botwoodville. 

Burgeo. 

King's Cove. 

Exploits. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Ladle Cove 


Fogo ... 1 


Gander Bay, in winter ; 
Fogo, in summer. 


Ladj' Cove 


Twillingate 


Leading Tickles. 


Lady Cove, Eandom . . 


Trinity 


Clarenville. 


La Huue Bay . 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Push through. 


Laliey's Cove . . 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Lake's Brook . . 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Channel. 


Lake Cove 


Fortune 


Fortune. 


Lally Cove 


it 


Bellorani, Bay L'Argent. 


* Lamaline 


Bnria 


Lamaline. 


La Mancbe 


Ferry land. 


Toad's Cove. 


La Mancbe 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


La Manche. 


Lainble's Passage 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Lance Cove, near \ 
Rencontre / 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Push through. 


Lance Cove 


Harbor Main . . 


C. B. E. T. P. 0. 


Lance Cove, Belle Isle. 


St. John's 


Topsail. 


Lance Cove, P't Lance. 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Lance Cove . . 


Trinity 


Heart's Content. 


Lance Cove . . 


u 


Bonavista. 


Lance Cove, Smith's 1 
Sound J 


(( 


Britannia Cove. 


Langdown Cove 


Twillingate 


Jackson's Cove, Little Bay. 


Langue-de-Cerf 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L'Argent. " 


L'anse-a-Bark . . 


Burin 


Lawn, Placentia. 


L'anse-L'eau . . 


u 


Burin. 


L'anse-aii-Maree, or \ 
L'anse Maria J 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


L'anse-au-Medee, or \ 
L'anse-a-Meadow J 


({ 






CC 


L'anse-au-Loup 


Burin 


Burin. 


La Plante 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


La Poile. 


* La Poile 


u a 


(1 


L'Argent's Cove 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Lark Harbor . . 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


La Scie 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove. 


Lawn, or L'ane 


Burin 


Placentia. 


Lawrence Harbor, or 1 
Lavvrencetown / 


Twillingate . . 


Botwoodville. 


Lead Cove 


Trinity 


Heart's Content. 


Leading Tickles 


Twillingate .. 


Leading Tickles. 


Lear's Cove . . 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Lee Bight 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 
Salvage. 


Lion's Den 


Bonavista 


Lion's Den 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Little Barrow . . 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 
La Poile. 


Little Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 



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AYRB & SONS, 


St. John's— Best place to buy Gfocepies. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Little Bay- 


Burin 




Burin. 


Little Bay East 


Fortune 




Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 


Little Bay West 


u 




Harbor Briton. 


Little Bay, Her. Bay .. 


11 




Gaultois. 


Little Bay, or Baie "] 
Verte J 


St. Barbe 




Coachman's Cove. 


* Little Bay . . 


Twillingate .. 


... 


Little Bay. 


* Little Bay Island . . 


u 


• • > ■ 


Little Bay Island. 


Little Belle Isle 


Harbor Main . 




Manuels. 


Little Cat Arm 


St. Barbe 




Western Cove. 


Little Catalina 


Trinity 


• • • • 


Catalina. 


Little Chance Harbor . 


Twillingate . 


• ■ • > 


Morton's Harbor. 


Little Codroy Kiver ... 


St. George 




N. & W. Railway. 


Little Colinet Island... 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Salmonier. 


Little Coney Arm ... 


St. Barbe 


• • • • 


Western Cove. 


Little Denier 


Bonavista 




Salvage. 


Little Fogo Islands ... 


Fogo 


■ •• 


Fogo. 


Little French Beach... 


Twillingate . . 


■ > • ■ 


Twillingate. 


Little Harbor 


Bonavista 




Salvage. 


Little Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


Little Harbor 


Fortune 




Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 


Little Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Salmonier. 


Little Harbor 


(( 


11 


Placentia, Oderin. 


Little Harbor 


K 


(1 


Harbor Buffett, Placentia. 


Little Harbor and ^ 
Bateau Cove J 


St. George 


. 


Bay of Islands. 


Little Harbor Deep ... 


St. Barbe 




Western Cove. 


Little Heart's Ease ... 


Trinity 


■ ... 


Northern Bight. 


Little Lawn, or L'ane.. 


Burin 


. 


Placentia. 


Little Merasheen 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


It 


Little Mortier 


Burin 




11 


Little Northern Har. .. 


Twillingate . 


• > . * 


Exploits. 


Little Paradise 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Paradise, Placentia. 


Little Placentia 


11 


(( 


Argentia. 


Little Port 


St. George 


. . 


Bay of Islands. 


Little Reach 


Fortune 


< • * • • 


Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 


Little Ridge 


Trinity 


. • ... 


Dildo. 


Little River 


Burgeo and La Poile.., 


Burgeo. 


Little River 


Fortune 




Gaultois. 


Little Seldom-conie-by 


Fogo 


. . * . * 


Seldom-come-by. 


Little Springs 


St. Barbe 


. • . • . 


St. Anthony. 


Little St. Joseph 


Placentia & St 


Mary's. 


Oderin, Placentia. 


Little St. Lawrence ... 


Burin 




St. Lawrence. 


Little Ward's Harbor .. 


Twillingate . 


. . . . . 


Little Bay Island. 


Liverpool Cove 


St. George 


. . . 


Bay of Islands. 


Lobster Cove 


St. Barbe 


. . . 


Bonne Bay. 


Lobster Cove 


Fortune 





Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 



N 



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



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Lobster Harbor 
Lock's Harbor 
Lock's Cove ... 

Lock's Cove 

Lock's Cove ... 

Lodges 

Logy Bay 

Log Cabin 

Long Beach ... 

Long Beach 

Long Beach Pond 
Long Cove 
Long Cove 
Long Cove 

Long Cove, Clode S'd.. 
Long Harbor . . 
Long Harbor . . 
Long Harbor . . 
Long Island . . 
Long Island . . 
Long Island . . 
Long Island . . 
Long Point 

Long Ft, Port-au-Port 
Long Pond 
Long Tickle . 
Loo Bay 
Loon Bay 
Loon Cove 
Loon's Cove . , 
Lord's Cove . . 
Lories 

Love Cove, Clode S'd .. 
Lower Amherst Cove- 
Lower Bacon Cove . , 
Lower Cove . . 
Lower Burgeo 
Lower Dark Cove 
Lower Gullies 
Lower Harbor 
Lower English Harbor 
* Lower Island Cove .. 
Lower Kocky Brook . . 
Lower Shoal Harbor . . 
Lower Small Point . . 
Lowland Cove 
Low Point 



St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 
Fogo 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

St. John's 

St. George 

Placentia & St. Marv's, 

Trinity 

Port-de-Grave 

Trinity 

St. George 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Placentia «& St. Mary's. 

Twillingate 



St. George 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Burin 



Bonavista 

Harbor Main ... 

St. George 

Burgeo and La Po.le. 

Bonavista 

Harbor Main . . 

Twillingate ... 

Fortune 

Bay-de-Verde 

Trinity 

Bay-de- Verde... 
Twillingate ... 
Bay-de-Verde 



Coachman's Cove. 

Leading Tickles. 

Rencontre, Pushthrougb. 

Fogo. 

St. Anthony. 

Dildo. 

King's Bridge. 

N. & W. T. P. 0. 

Trepassey. 

Northern Bight. 

Port-de-Grave. 

Northern Bight. 

Dildo. 

Bay of I.slands. 

Port Blandford. 

Belloram, Bay L' Argent. 

LongHar., N.&W. T. P. 0. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

Salvage. 

[Placentia. 

[Little Bay Island. 

lExploits. 

jTwillingate. 

Gravels. 

' Manuel s. 

Little Bay Island. 

Griguet. 

Burnt Bay. 

Greenspond. 

St. Lawrence. 

Lamaline. 

Port Blandford. 

King's Cove. 

Conception Har., Avondale. 

St. George's. 

Burgeo. 

Gambo. 

Kelligrews. 

Exploits. 

Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 

Lower Island Cove. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

Clarenville. 

Carbonear (Forward). 

Twillingate. 

Carbonear (Forward). 



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


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Luke's Arm ... 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


Lunaire Bay 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Lush's Bight 


Twillingate . . . 


Little Bay Island, in winter; 
N.D.B.T.P.O., in summer. 


Mack's Island 


>i 


(( (( 


Maddox Cove 


St. John's .. "... 


Petty Harbor. 


MagottyCove 


Trinity 


Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 


Magotty C'e, Sound \ 
Island, J 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia, Sound Island. 


Mahony's Cove 


u u 


Valen Island, Placentia. 


Mainland, Gut River .. 


St. George 


St. Georges. 


Maiden's Arm 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony. 


Mai Bay 


U 


Bonne Bay. 


Mall Bay 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


J St. Mary's, Riverhead, 
\ Salmonier. 


Man o' War Cove 


St. George 


St. George's, 


Man Point 


Bonavista 


Gambo. 


Mansfield Bight 


Twillingate . . 


Tilt Cove. 


Manuels 


Harbor Main 


Manuels. 


Manuel's Cove 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate. 


Marches Point 


St. George 


St. George's. 


Mcrgaree 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Marquise 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Jersey Side. 


Marshall's Folly 


Bay-de-Verde 


Carbonear. 


Marshallville 


Twillingate ... 


Burnt Bay. 


Marticot 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Paradise, Placentia. 


Martin's Point 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Marystown 


Burin 


Paradise, Beaubois. 


Mauve Bay, Noddy '^ 
Bay J 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


May Pond, Point May. 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


McCallum Bay 


Fortune 


Pushthrough. 


Mclver's Cove 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Meadows 


u 


cc 


Menchin Cove, Ne\v-\ 
man's Sound J 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Merasheen 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Mercer's Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Bay Roberts. 


Mercer's Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Merchant's Cove 


Fortune 


Harbor Briton. 


Merritt's Harbor 


Twillingate 


Herring Neck. 


Merry Harbor 


Placentia <& St. Mary's. 


Placentia, Tack's Beach. 


Messervey's Cove 


St. George 


St. George's. 


Michael's Harbor 
Mick's Cove 


Twillingate 

Burin 




^___ 

Lamaline. 


Middle Arm 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Middle Arm 


Bonavista 


Glovertown, 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Middle Arm 

Middle Arm, Three \ 
Arms / 

Middle Arm, Rocky 1 
Bay ' j" 

Middle Barachois Br'k, 

Middle Bight... 

Middle Bill Cove 

Middle Brook 

Middle Cove ... 

Middle Cove ... 

Milkbo}' Cove 

Millertown 

Millertown Junction 

Miller's Passage 

Miller's Town 

Million's Cove 

Mill Cove 

Mill Island .. 

Ming's Bight .. 

Mint Brook .. 

Mint Cove, near Cas 
tor's River 

Mistaken Covi; 

Mobile 

Mock Beggar ... 

MoUiers 

Monk ton 

Montgoraeiy ... 

Mooney's Cove 

Mooxe's Cove ... 

Morgan Island 

Mortier 

Morton's Harbor 

Morts, Dead man's Bay. 

Mose Ambrose 

Mother Rex 

Mother Lake Bay 

Mouse Island 

Mud Cove 

Muddy Brook 

Muddy Hole West ... 

Muddy Hole 

Muddy Hole 

Mulley's Cove 

* Musgrave Harbor ... 



"-} 



Twillingate 



Fogo 

St. George 
Harbor Main . 
Bonavista 



St. John's 
Twillingate ... 



Fortune 
St. John'*; 
St. Barbe 
St. George 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe 
Bonavista 

St. Barbe 



Ferryland 
Bonavista 
Burin 

Placentia & St. 
St. George 
Placentia & St. 
Twillingate .. 
Burgeo and La 
Burin 

Twillingate . 
Burgeo and La 
Fortune 
Placentia k St. 
Burgeo and La 



Burin 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La 

Fogo 

Twillingate . 

Bay-de-Verde.. 

Fogo 



Mary's. 
Mary's. 
Poile!!! 

Poile... 

Mary's. 
Poile.. 

Poile!!! 



Little Bay, in winter ; 

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



Gander Bay, in winter ; 

Fogo, in summer. 
Robinson's Head. 
Kelligrews. 
Pool's Island. 
Gambo. 
Bonavista. 
King's Bridge. 
Little Bav I.^land. 
N. N. W; R'y T. P. 0. 

Harbor Briton. 

King's Bridge. 

Conche. 

Bay of Islands. 

Springdale, Hall's Bay. 

Coachman's Cove. 

Gambo. 

Bonne Bay. 

Flower's Cove. 

Mobile. 

Bonavista. 

Grand Bank. 

Placentia Bay T. P. 0. 

Channel. 

Placentia, Harbor Buffett. 

Fortune Harbor. 

Burgeo. 

Placentia, Beaubois. 

Morton's Harbor. 

Channel. 

St. Jacques. 

St. Mary's. 

Channel. 

u 

Bui in. Spoon Cove. 

Bonavista. 

Burgeo. 

Musgrave Harbor. 

Exploits. 

Carbonear. 

Musgrave Harbor. 





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


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Musgrave Town 

Mosquito and Muddy 1 
Hole J 

Mosquito Har., near \ 
Ramea J 

Mosquito Cove 

Mosquito 

Mosquitu 

Mussel Harbor Arm . . . 

Mussel Pond 

Mutton Bay 

Mumper's Island 

Naked Man 

Nameless Cove 

Narrows 

Neck Harbor ... 

New Bay ... ~1 

New Bay Head J 

New Bonaventure 

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 Suuud 
New Perlican... 

New Town 

New To\\n 

New World Island 

Nick's Nose, near ^ 

Jackson's Cove J 
Nimrod 

* Nipper's Harbor, "| 

Noble Cove J 

Noddy, or Mauve Bay 

Noggin Cgve 



Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile, 



Burin 

Carbonear 

Placentia & St. Mary's 






Twillingate 

u 

St. Barbe 
Burin 



Twillingate 
Trinity 



Brooklyn, in winter ; B. B. 
T. P. 0., in summer. 

Pushthrough. 
Ramea. 



Burin. 

Carbonear. 

Salmonier. 

Placentia, Harbor Buffett. 

Salmonier. 

Trepassey. 
...lExpIoits. 

...i Jackson's Cove, Little Bay. 
... [Flower's Cove. 
...iBnrin. 
Burgeo and La Poile. . jRose Blanche. 

f Fortune Harbor, in winter ; 

\ N.D.B.T.P.O., in summer. 

. .jTrinity, Shoal Harbor. 

. . I Shoal Harbor. 

. .! Trinity, Shoal Harbor. 

...JGreenspond. 



Bonavista 

St. Barbe 
Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile 

Fortune 
St. Barbe 
Trinity 
Bonavista 

Trinity 
Bonavista 
Harbor Main . . . 
Twillingate . . 



St. Barbe 
Fogo 



..I Bonne Bay. 
.. Greenspond. 

.;Pushthrough. 

.. Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 
..^Griguet. 
..jNew Harbor. 
. (King's Cove. 
. Salvage. 
..Heart's Content, 
f Pool's Island, in winter ; 
\:B. B. T. P. 0., in summei-. 
Holy rood. 

Twillingate and Herring 
Neck. 
/'Little Bay, in winter ; 
\,;N.D.B. T.P.O., in summei'. 
. . I Leading Tickles. 

... Nipper's Harbor. 

... Griguet. 
f Gander Bay, in winter ; 
\ Fogo, in summer, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's-Best place to buy Fishing- Taelile. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Nonsuch 
Norman's Cove 
Norman's Cove 
Norris Arm ... 
Norris Point ... 
North Arm .. 
Northern Arm 
Northern Bay 
Northern Bight 
Northern Bight 
Northern End 
Nortliciii Harbor 
Northern Harbor 
North Harbor 
Nortli Har., Sound I'd 

North River 

N. W. Arm, Alexan- 1 

der Bav / 

N. W. Arm, Clode S'd. 

N. W. Arm, Rocky Bay 

N. W. Arm, Green Bay 
North West Brook ..". 
North West Brook ... 
North West Cove 
N. W. Point, Hare Bay 
Norton's Cove, now "| 

Brooktield j 

Nuddick 

Nui Cove 

Oar Bay, near Cape ^ 

La Hune j 

Oar Cove 
Ochre Pit Cove 
Oderin 

Offer Wad hams 

Old Boiiaventiire 

OldFerole 

Old House Cove 

Old ¥an's Bay 

* 01(1 Perlican 

Old Port-au-Choix ... 

Old Shop 

Old Tilt 

Old Woman's Cove ... 
Oliver's Cove 



Placentia & St. Mary's, 
St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Twillingate ... 

St. Barbe 

St. George 
Twillingate ... 
Bav-de- Verde. . 
Trinity 

Fogo 
Twillingate . . 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

(( II 

Port-de-Grave 
Bonavista 



Fogo ... \ 

Twillingate ... 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile . 

St. Barbe 



Bonavista 
Trinity 



P. O. 



B. B. T 
Trinity. 
Clarenville. 

Burgeo and La Poile. . iPushthroucrh 



Placentia, Oderin. 

Griguet. 

N. ofe W. R'y T. P. O. 

N. N. & W. Railway. 

Bonne Bay. 

Bay of Islands. 

Botwoodvillo. 

Carbonear (Forward). 

Northern Bight. 

Catalina. 

Change Islands. 

Exploits. 

Little Bay Island. 

Whitbourne. 

Placentia, Sound Island. 

Clarke's Beach. 

Glovertown. 

Port Blandford. 

Gander Bay, in winter ; 

Fogo, in summei'. 

Little Bay. 

Northern Bight. 

Glovertown. 

La Poile. 

St. Anthony. 

Pool's Island, in winter ; 



in sunmier. 



Bay-de-Verde 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Fogo ... I 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate . . 
Burgeo and La Poile . . 

Bay-de-Verde 

St. Barbe 
Trinity 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 



[Burgeo. 

Carbonear (Forward). 

Oderin, Placentia. 

Musgrave Har., in winter ; 

Fogo, in summer. 

Trinity. 

Bonne Bay. 

Twillingate. 

Burgeo. 



Lower Island Cove. 

Bonne Bay. 

Dildo. 

Shoal Harbor. 



Valen Island, Placentia, 





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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Spopting Goods. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



s Isl'd. 



Oliver's Cove . . 
Onion Cove . . 
Open Bay 

Open Hall . . 

Orange Bay, or Great) 
Harbor Deep J 

Otterbury 

Otteibury 

Otterbnry 

Otter Island 

Otter's Point 

Otter's Point 

Ouinette 

Outer Cove 

Outer Pinchard' 

Our Harbor 

Pacquet 

Paddle Cove, near '^ 
Cape La Hune J 

Paine's Harbor 

Paradise 

Paradise 

Paidy's Island 

Parker's River 

Parker's Cove. . 

Park Harbor . . 

Parson's Pond 

Passenger Cove 

Pass Island 

Path End 

Pat Power's Cove 

Patrick Cove, C. Shore 

Patrick's Harbor 

Pat's Cove 

Paul's Island . 

Peach's Cove . 

Pearce's Harbor 

Pearl Island 

Pease Cove 

Peckford Island, 
Wadhams 

Peltry 

Pendergast Cove 

Penguin Island 
Perlican Island 



Fogo 
St. Barbe 



Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Bay-de-Verde... 
Harbor Grace... 
Port-de-Grave 
Twillingate ... 
Burgeo and La Poile., 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

St. .lohn's 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile., 

St. Barbe 



Fogo. 

Griguet. 

Flower's Cove. 
f King's Cove, in winter ; 
\B. B. T. P. 0., in summer. 

Western Cove. 

.ICarbonear (Forward). 

.j Harbor Grace. 

.[Bay Roberts. 

.[Little Bay. 

.j Burgeo. 

.jBritannia Cove, Slmal Har. 

. N.& W. T. P. 0. 

.King's Bridgt. 

.Pool's Island. 

. Burgeo. 

., Tilt Cove. 



Burgeo and La 

St." 



Fogo 
Placentia & 



Poile. . Pusli through. 

... I Fogo. 
Mary's. iParadise, Placentia. 

Twillingate . . . . 'Twillingate. 

Burin ... ... Burin. 

St. Barbe ... ... Griguet. 

Placentia & St. Mary's. iBaine Harbor. 

Bonavista ... ...Salvage. 

St. Barbe ... ... Bonne Bay. 

Trinity Clarenville. 

Fortune ... ... Pass Island. 

Burin . . . . Burin (Noith). 

Twillingate Little Bay Island. 

Placentia & St. Mary's. Placentia. 

Fortune Gaultois. 

Burin ... . . Burin. 

Bonavista ... . . ;Greenspond. 

Trinity jCatalina. 

Twillingate ... ...jMorton's Harbor. 

St. George ... ...jBay of Islands. 

Trinity . . . . i Trinity. 

-p ^ CjMusgrave Har., in winter ; 

° ■ ■ \ Fogo, in summer. 

Fortune Bay L' Argent. 

St. Barbe . . . . iCoachman's Cove. 

■p J iMusgrave Har., in winter ; 

° *■■ ) JFogo, in summer. 

Trinity i Lower Island Cove. 



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Name ot Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Pi.'iTv's Cove . . 
Petei's Amu . . 
Peter's River . . 
Petrie Valley . . 
Petipas Cove . . 
Petites Ilettes. . 
Petites 
Petit Fort 
Petty Harbor . . 
Philip's HeaW.. 
Piccadilly 
Piccaire 
Pick Eyes 
Pigeon Arm . . 
Pif^eon Cove . . 

* Pilley's Island 
Pilley's Cove . . 
Pike's Arm 
Pincliard's Island 
Pincher's Islands, ^ 

Ragged Islands J 
Pinch Gut 
Pinch Gut Tickles 
Pine Cove 
Piper's Hole . . 
Pistolet Bay . . 
Pitt's Harbor , . 

* Placentia 
Placentiaman's Cove, 

Sound Island 
Plate Cove . . 
Plate Harbor . . 
Platter Cove . . 
Plt-asant Cove 
Point-au-Gaul 
Point Crew 
Point Enragee 
Point La Hayse 
Point Lance 
Point May 
Point Moil 
Point Rich 
Point Rosie 
Point Rosie 
Point Verde 
Pond Cove 
Pool's Cove 



Bay-de-Verde. . 
Twillingate ... 
Placentia & St. Mary's 
St. George 

St. Barbe 

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

St. John's 

Twillingate ... 

St. George 

Fortune 

Port-de-Grave 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 



Bona vista 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 



St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 



Bonavista 

Fortune 
Bonavista 
St. George 
Burin 

u 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

St, George 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 



Carbonear (Forward). 
Botwoodville. 
St. Mary's. 
Bay of Islands. 

u 

Conche. 

Rose Blanche. 

Petit Fort, Placentia. 

Petty Harbor. 

Exploits. 

Gravels. 

Gaultois. 

Port-de-Grave. 

Englee. 

Flower's Cove. 

Pilley's Island. 

u 

Herring Neck. 
Pool's Island. 

Tack's Beach, Placentia. 

Famish Cove, N.& W.T.P.O. 

Salmonier. 

Flower's Cove. 

Black River, Placentia. 

Griguet. 

Northern Bight. 

Placentia. 

Sound Island. 

King's Cove. 

Belloram, Bay L' Argent. 

Port Blandford. 

Bay of Islands. 

Lamaline. 

Garnish, Burin. 

St. Mary's. 

Placentia. 

Lamaline. 

Little Placentia, Argentia. 

Bonne Bay. 

Garnish, Bnrin. 

Grand River Gut. 

Placentia. 

Flower's Cove. 

Belloram, Bay L' Argent, 



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Aeolian, ivhich places the best Music w^lthin peach of all. 



Name of Place. 




Post Towns. 



* Poors Isl'd, Pool's ^ 

Harbor J 

Pope's Harbor 
Port-au-Basque 
Port-au-Bras . . 
Port-au-Choix 
Port-au-Port . . 
Port Blandford, ") 

Clode Sound J 

Port-de-Grave 
Portland Creek 
Port Saunders 
Portugal Cove 
Portugal Cove 
Pouch Cove 
Pouch Cove 
Powles Head 
Presque 
Privecoeur 
Protestant Town 
Pvidding Bag Cove . 
Puffin Island 
Pumbley's Island 
Pump Cove 
Puncheon Cove 
Purbeck Cove 
Purcell's Harbor 

* Pushthrough 
Pyramid Point 
Queen's Cove 
Quidi Vidi 
Quillier 

Quinton's Ce, Long Id. 
Quirpon, Gaert & Little 
Ragged Harbor 
Ragged Harbor 
Ragged Islands 
Ramea 
Ram's Island 
Randall's Ce, Pillevs I. 
Random Harbor 
Rantem 

Rat Cove, Ha Ha Bay. 
Rattling Brook 
Raymond Point 
Red Brook and Mid- "1 
die Brook, J 



Bonavista 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Burin 

St. Barbe 

St. George 

Bonavista 

Port-de-Grave 
St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
St. John's 

Bonavista 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 



St. John's 
Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Burin 

Fogo 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

St. John's 

Fortune 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 
Trinity 

Fogo 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Twillingate ... 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

St. George 

Fortune 



St. George 



Pool's Island. 

Bona venture, Shoal Har 

Channel. 

Burin. 

Bonne Bay. 

Gravels. 

Port Blandford, 

Port-de-Grave. 
Bonne Bay. 

Trepassey. 

Portugal Cove. 

Pouch Cove. 

Pool's Island. 

Trepassey. 

Placentia, Presque. 

Placentia. 

Portugal Cove. 

Pool's Island. 

Greenspond. 

Western Cove. 

Lamaline. 

Change Islands. 

Western Cove. 

Twillingate. 

Pushthrough. 

Griguet. 

Northern Bight. 

St. John's, King's Bridge. 

Pushthrough. 

Little Bay Island. 

Griguet. 

Catalina. 

Musgrave Harbor. 

Tack's Beach, Placentia. 

Ramea. 

Placentia. 

Pillej^'s Island. 

Clarenville. 

N. & W. T. P. 0. 

Griguet. 

St. George's. 

Gaultois. 

Robinson's Head. 



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AYRB & SONS, St. 


John's— Best place to buy Pianos & Organs. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Red Cliff Island 


Bonavista 


King's Cove; B.B. T.P.O., 




in summer. 


Red Cove 


Fortune 


Harbor Briton. 


Red Cove, near Braneh 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Red Harbor 


Burin 


Flat Islands, Placentia. 


Red Head Cove 


Baj'-de- Verde. . 


Bay-de-Verde, L. I. C. 


Red Island 


Burgoo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Red Island 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Red Island 


St. George 


Gravels. 


Red Lands 


Bay-de-Verde. . 


Lower Island Cove. 


Red Rocks 


St. George 


Channel. 


Red Rod Cove 


Fogo , 


Change Islands. 


Rencontre 


Fortune 


Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 


Rencontre 


Burgeo and La Peile... 


Pushthrough. 


Renews 


Ferryland 


Renews. 


Richard's Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Pushthrough. 


Rider's Harbor 


Trinity 


Clarenville. 


Rip Rap 


Port-de-Grave 


Brigus. 


River Blanche 


St. George 


St. George's. 


Riverhead, Bay of Ids. 


n 


N. N. & W. T. P. 0. 


Riverhead, St. Mary's. 


Placentia <& St. Mary's. 


Salmonier. 


River Cove 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Rivers, Cape La Hune. 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Pushthrough. 


River of Ponds 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Rix Cove 


Twillingate . . 


Nipper's Harbor. 


Robbin's Cove 


a 


Twillingate. 


Robert's Arm 


(( 


Pilley's Island. 


Robin Hood 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Robinson's Bight 


« 


Clarenville. [W. R'y. 


Robinson's Head 


St. George 


Robinson's Head, or N. & 


Roche, or Rocky Har.. 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Rock Harbor 


Burin 


Placentia, Beaubois. 


Rocky Bay 


Fogo 


Gander Bay, in winter ; 
Fogo, in summer. 


Rocky Bay, Alexan- "] 
der Bay, J 


Bonavista 


Glovertown. 


Rocky Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Rocky Harbor 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


Rocky Brook 


u 


Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 


Rogues' Harbor 


Twillingate 


Nipper's Haabor. 


Rolling Ce, Stock Cove 


Bonavista 


King's Cove. 


Rope Cove 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Rose au Rue 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia, Harbor Buffett. 


* Rose Blanche 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


Roundabout 


Burin 


Lawn, Placentia. 


Round Cove 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Round Harbor 


(( 


<( 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's -Agents fop Ronisch Pianos. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
Rowsell's Ce, New Bay 
Rushoon 
Russell's Cove 
Russell's Ce, Smith's S. 
Sacred Bay 
Saddle Island 
Safe Harbor 
Sagoua 
Sailor's Island 

Sainter's Cove 

St. Anthony 
St. Ann's 
St. Ann's 
St. Barbe Bay 
St. Bride's . . 
St. Bernard's 

St. Brendan's 

St. Carols 
St. Genevieve 

* St. George 
St. Jacques 
St. John's Bay 

St. John's Bay ] 

St. John's Harbor \ 
St. John's Islands J 

* St. John's 
St. Jones' Without 
St. Jones' Within 
St. Joseph's 
St. Joseph's 
St. Joseph's 
St. Julien's 
St. Kyran's 

* St. Lawrence 
St. Leonard's 
St. liconard's, or \ 

Lunaire Bay, J 

St. Margaret's Bay 

* St. Mary's 
St. Mein Bay 
St. Paul's 
St. Shott's 



Burgeo and La Poile... 
Twillingate ... 

Trinity 

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

St. Barbe 

Fortune 
Bonavista 

Fortune 

Bonavista 

Trinity ... j 

St. Barbe 

Harbor Main 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
" " ' . 

Bonavista . . j 

St. Barbe 

St. George 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

St. John's 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. Barbe 

Blacentia & St. Mary's. 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
St. Barbe 

a 

Plaeentia <& St. Mary's. 



Tilt Cove. 

Northern Bight. 

Fortune Harbor. 

Placentia, Baine Harbor. 

Heart's Content-. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

Griguet. 

Pushthrough. 

Pool's Island. 

Harbor Briton. 

Salvage. 

Bay Bull's Arm, Chance 

Cove. 
St. Anthony. 
Railway T. P. 0. 
Presque, Placentia; 
Flower's Cove. 
Placentia. 

Glovertown, in winter ; 
B. B. T. P. 0., in summer. 
St. Anthony. 
Bonne Bay. 
St. George's. 
St. Jacques. 



Bonne Bay. 

St. John's. 

Fox Har., Northern Bight. 

Salmonier. 

Placentia, Oderin. 

Bonne Bay. 

Conche. 

Placentia. 

St. Lawrence. 

Placentia. 

Griguet. 

Bonne Bay. 
St. Mary's. 
St. Anthony. 
Bonne Bay. 
Trepassey, 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


St. Shore's 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Sally's Cove 


St. Barbe 


. 


Bonne Bay. 


Salmon Cove 


Bay-de- Verde. 


■ ■ • • 


Carbonear (Forward). 


* Salmon Cove 


Harbor Main . 




Avondale. 


Salmon Cove 


Port-de-Grave 




Clarke's Beach. 


Salmon Cove 


Trinity 


. 


Trinity. 


Salmon Cove 


(1 


... 


Clarenville. 


Salmon Cove 


Twillingate . 


• • . 


Jackson's Cove, Little Bay. 


Salmonier 


Burin 


. 


Burin. 


Salmonier 


u 




Lamaline. 


Salmonier 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Salmonier. 


Salmonier, PlacentiaB. 


u 


... 


Little Placentia. 


Salmon Point 


Fogo 




Fogo. 


Salt Arm 


St. Barbe 


. 


Englee. 


Salt Pond 


Twillingate .. 


. 


Pilley's Island. 


Salt Pond 


u 


. 


Burnt Bay. 


Salter's Cove 


Bonavista 


• • •! 


Brooklyn, Port Blandford. 


Salt Harbor 


Twillingate .. 


. 


Herring Neck. 


* Salvage 


Bonavista 


• • • ■ 


Salvage. 


Sam Hitches 


Fortune 




Gaultois. 


Sam's Cove 


Twillingate .. 




Morton's Harbor. 


Samson's Island 


u 




Exploits. 


Sandy Bay 


St. Barbe 


. 


Bonne Bay. 


Sandy Cove 


Bonavista 


• • • • 


Salvage. 


Sandy Cove 


Burin 


• ■ > 


Lamaline. 


Sandy Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Little Placentia, Argentia. 


Sandy Cove 


Port-de-Grave 


... 


Bay Roberts, 


Sandy Cove 


Fogo 


. 


Fogo. 


Sandy Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia, Burgeo. 


Sandy Lake 


St. George 


• • ■ . 


N. N. & W. Ry. 


Sandy Point 


u 


... 


St. George's. 


Sandsford, or Hoop- "| 
ing Harbor, J 


St. Barbe 


. . 


Western Cove. 


Sargent's Cove 


Fogo 




Fogo. 


Savage Cove 


St. Barbe 




Flosver's Cove. 


Scarce Harbor 


Fortune 
St. Barbe 


. 




Schooner Island 


Griguet. 


Scilly Cove 


Trinity 




Heart's Content. 


Scissor's Cove 


Twillingate . . 




Burnt Bay. 


Scouse Cove 


Fortune 




Gaultois. 


Seal Bay 


Twillingate .. 


. 


Leading Tickles. 


Seal Cove 


Bonavista 


. 


Brooklyn. 


Seal Cove 


Fortune 




Hermitage Cove. 


Seal Cove 


Harbor Main .. 


• ■ • • 


Railway T. P. 0. 


Seal Cove 


Trinity 


• • • • 


Heart's Content. 


Seal Cove 


Ferry land 


. 


Toad's Cove. 


Seal Cove 


4( 


. . 


Renews, 



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St. John's— Agents for Pappand Opgrans. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Seal Cove 




Fogo 


Change Islands. 


Seal Cove 




(( 


Fogo. 


Seal Cove 




(( 


Pool's Island (Cat Harbor). 


Seal Cove 




St. Barbc \.. ... 


Flower's Cove. 


Seal Cove 




u 


Bonne Bay. [in winter. 


Seal Cove, White Bay. 


(( 


Coachman's Ce ; N.W.Arm, 


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 


Seldem-come-by. 


Sergeant's Cove 


. , 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Serpentine River 




St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Shallop Cove 




« 


St. George's. 


Shalloway Cove 




Bonavista 


St. Brendan's. 


Shallow Bay, near 
Cow Harbor, 




St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Shambler's Cove 




Bonavista 


Ganibo, in winter ; 
Greenspond, in summer. 


Shandy Cove 




Burin 


Burin. 


Ship Cove 




u 


a 


Ship Cove, Oderin 




Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Ship Cove 




Trinity 


Trinity. 


Ship Cove 




Port-de-Grave 


Port-de-Grave. 


Ship Cove 




St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Ship Cove 


• • • 


St. George 


St. George's. 


Ship Cove 




Twillingate 


Exploits 


Ship Cove, Bay 




Fortune 


Gaultois. 


D'Espoir, 


^ 






Ship Harbor 




Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Ship Island 


. , , 


Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


Ship Island 




Ferryland 


Toad's Cove. 


Shoal Arm 




Twillingate 


Little Bay. 


Shoal Bay 


. . 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Shoal Bay 




Bonavista 






Shoal Brook 




St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Shoal Ce, Cotter's 


Id'..'. 


Bonavista 


St. Brendan's. 


Shoal Cove 




St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove. 


Shoal Cove 




Twillingate 


Fortune Harbor. 


* Shoal Harbor 




Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Shoal Bay, near 


V 


(1 


New Harbor. 


Heart's Delight, 


J 






Shoe Cove 




Twillingate 


Tilt Cove. 


Shoe Cove 




Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


Shoe Cove 




Feriyland 


Renews. 


Shoe Cove 


... 


St. John's 


Pouch Cove. 


Sibley's Cove (Selby's). 


Trinity 


Heart's Content, 



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Name of Place. 


District 




Post Towns. 


Sibley's Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia, 


Skibbereen 


Harbor Main .. 




Harbor Main. 


Skimmer's Cove 


Trinity 




Britannia Cove. 


Silver Hair Island . . 


Bonavista 




Gambo. 


Silver Point 


St. Barbe 




Bonne Bay. 


Silverton 


u 




" ' 


Skinner's Harbor 


Fogo 




Change Islands. 


Slaughter Cove 


St. Barbe 




Coachman's Cove. 


Sleepy Cove 


Twillingate . 




Twillingate. 


Small Point, Upper i 
and Lower, ( 


Bay-de-Verde.. 


. 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Small's 


Bui'geo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Smith Harbor (John).. 


Twillingate .. 


■ { 


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


Smooth Cove 


Bay-de-Verde.. 




Carbonear (Forward). 


Snelling Cove 


Twillingate 




Twillingate. 


Snook's Arm 


u 




Tilt Cove. 


Snook's Harbor 


Trinity 




Shoal Harbor. 


Snook's HarboT' 


T^'nrtnnp 






Sop's Arm 


1. kH LlilLX^ , 

Twillingate .. 




Pilley's Island. 


Sop's Arm and Island.. 


St. Barbe 




Western Cove. 


* Sound Island 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


South Dildo 


Trinity 




Dildo. 


South East Bight 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Paradise, Placentia. 


Southern Bight 


Trinity 




Northern Bight. 


Southern End 


Fogo 




Change Islands. 


Southern Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


La Manche. 


South River 


Port-de-Grave 




Clarke's Beach. 


South Side 


St. George 




St. George's. 


Southward, Southern) 
Bay, / 






o 


Bonavista 




Brooklyn. 


South West Arm 


it 




Pool's Island. 


South West Arm 


Twillin'^ate 




Little Bay, in winter ; 




.*- rj i& A A X iAiA Ui^ i-v i^^' V ■ 




N.D.B.T.P.O., in sunmier. 


Spaniard's Bay 


Harbor Grace.. 




Spaniard's Bay. 


Spaniard's Bay 


Trinity 




Trinity. 


Spanish Room 


Burin 




Burin. 


Spear Cove, White Bay 


St. Barbe 




Western Cove. 


Spencer's Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Spillar's Cove 


Trinity 




Bonavista. 


Spiller's Cove 


St. Barbe 




Griguet. 


Spirit's Cove 


Twillingate .. 




Twillingate. 


Spirity Cove 


St. Barbe 




Bonne Bay. 


* Spoon Cove 


Burin 




Burin. 


Spoon Cove 


Harbor Grace 




Harbor Grace. 


Spout Cove 


Bay-de- Verde.. 




Carbonear (Forward). 


Sprague's Cove 


Trinity 


f * • 


Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 



Post Office I)irectorij. 



Ill 



the "NewT York Life Insurance Company." 



Name of Place. 




Post Towns. 



Spread Eagle 
Spring<lale 
Springtielil 
Spring's Arm 
Sprncy Point 
Squid Cove 
Squid Cove 
Squid Tickle 
Staflbrdtown 
Stage Cove 
Stag Harbor 
Stanley's Cove 
Stanleyville 
Starke's Bight 
Starve Harbor 
Step-aside 
Stephenville 
Stevenson's Village . . 
Stock Cove 
Stock Cove 
Stocking Harbor 
Stone's Cove 
Stone Island 
Store House Cove 
Strickland Beach 
String Tickle 
Sugar Loaf 
Snlian's Cove 
Sullivan's Cove 
Summer^ide 

Sunday Cove Island . . 

Swain's Islond 
Swale Island 
Swan Island Harbor. . 
Sweet Bay 
Siyerry Island 
Sydney Harbor 
Tack's Beach 
Tantamorant 
Tassee D'Argent, or '^ 
Tosselo, j 

Taverner's Point 
Taylor Bay 
Taylor Island 
Tea Cove 
Terra Nova River 



Tiinity 

Twillingate ... 
Port-de-Grave 

St. Barbe 

St. George 
Harbor Grace. . 
Twillingate ... 
Bonavista 
Twillingate 

Fogo 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 
(I 

Twillingate ... 
Burin 
St. George 
Harbor Grace... 
Bonavista 

Trinity 

Twillingate ... 

Fortune 

Ferry land 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. George 

Trinity , 

Fortune 
Twillingate ... 



St. George 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 
Bonavista 



Dildo. 

Springdale. 

C. B. Railway. 

St. Anthony. 

Bay of Islands. 

Bryant's Cove, Har. Grace. 

Twillingate. 

Salvage. 

Little Bay. 

Tilt Cove. 

Fogo. 

Pushthrough. 

Bonne Bay. 

St. Anthony. 

Herring Neck. 

Burin (North). 

N. N. & W. R'y T. P. 0. 

Harbor Grace. 

King's Cove. 

Chance Cove, via Rantem. 

Nipper's Harbor. 

Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 

Caplin Bay. 

Valen Island, Placentia. 

Bay of Islands. 

Fox Har., Northern Bight. 

Pushthrough. 

Little Bay Island. 

Bay of Islands. 

Pilley's Island ; 

N.D.B.T.P.O., in .summer. 

Pool's Island. 

Salvage. 

Exploits. 

Brooklyn. 

Greenspond. 



Placentia & St 
Carbonear 



Mary's. 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

Burin 
Fortune 

Trinity 

iBonavista 



Placentia, Tack's Beach. 
Carbonear (Forward). 

Placentia, Presque. 

Trinity. 
Lainaline. 



Fox Har., Northern Bight. 
Glovertown, N. & W. R'y. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Ti-renceville 
Thicket 

Tliimble Tickles 
Tliomas Rowsell's Isld, 
Thoroughfare 
Three Arms 
Tliree Guts, Port-au- ^ 
Port Bay, j 

Three Island Harbor... 
Three Mountain Har... 
Three Rock Cove 
Thwart Island 
Tihbo's 

Tickle Cove 

Tickle Harbor 

Tickle Beach, Long H. 

Tickles 

* Tilt Cove 

Tilton 

Tilton Harbor 

Tinker's Island 

Tipe's Cove 

Tite's Cove 

Tithes Cove 

Tizzard's Harbor 



Toad's Cove 
Tom Hall's Harbor 
Too Good Arm 
Topsail 
Torbay 
Tosselo 
Trammer 

Trapper's Ce, Port- 
au-Choix, 

* Trepassey 
Trovtown 

* Trinity 
Trinity Bay, Bona- 

vista Bay, 
Trinney's Cove 
Triton (Troytown) 
Tronty 
Trout River 
Trump Island 
Trumpet Cove 



Fortune 
Harbor Grace. 
Twillingate .. 

Trinity 
Twillingate .. 

St. George 

Bonavista 
St. Barbe 
St. George 
Twillingate . . 
Burgeo and La 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. 

Twillingate .. 

Harbor Grace. 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Burin 

Trinity 

Twillingate .. 

Ferryland 
Twillingate . 

Harbor Main .. 
St. John's 
Placentia & St. 
Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Placentia & St. 
Twillingate .. 
Trinity 
St, Barbe 
Twillingate .. 



Mary's. 



Belloram, Bay L' Argent. 
Spaniard's Bay. 
Leading Tickles. 

Britannia Cove, Slioal Har. 
Little Bay, in winter ; N.D. 
Gravels. [B.T.P.O.,in sum. 

Greenspond. 

St. Anthony. 

St. George's. 

Exploits. 
Poile... Burgeo. 

f Kinp;'s Cove, in winter ; 
\ B.B.T.P.O., in summer. 

Chance Cove, via, Ranteni. 

Belloram, Bay L'Argent. 

Salmonier. 

Tilt Cove. 

Railway T. P. O. 

Fogo. 

Greenspond. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

Burin. 

Shoal Harbor. 
f Morton's Har., in winter ; 
L N.D.B.T.P.O., in summer. 

Toad's Cove. 

Exploits. 

Herring Neck. 

Topsail. 

Torbay. 

Placentia, Presque. 

Harbor Briton. 

Bonne Bay. 

Trepassey, 

Glovertown. 

Trinity. 

Gambo. 

N. N. k W. R'y, Famish Ce. 

Pilley's Island. 

Trinity. 

Bonne Bay. 

Twillingate. 

Morton's Harbor. 



Mary's, 



Mary's. 



Mary's. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Turk's Cove 
Turk's Cove 
Turk's Gut, N. Side . . 
Turk's Gut, S. Side . . 
Turnip Cove 
Turtle Island 
* Twillingate 
Unfortunate Cove ... 
Union Cove 
Upper Amherst Cove.. 
Upper Bacon Cove . . 
Upper Black Island . . 
Upper Burgeo 
Upper Dark Cove 
Upper Gullies 
Upper Island Cove . . 
Upper Lance Cove . . 
Upper Rocky Brook . . 
Upper Small Point . . 
Valen Island 
Valentine Cove, \ 

(Ballantine) J 

Venon's Bight 
Vry's Peach 
Victoria 

Victoiia Village 
Villa Maria 
Villa Veau 
Virgin Arm 
Virgin Cove 
Viter's Ce, N. Perlican. 

Wadham Islands 



Trinity 

Fortune 

Port-de-Grave 

Harbor Main . . 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Twillingate ... 

St. Barbe 

Bonavista 
Harbor Main ... 
Twillingate . . 
Burgeo and La Poile . . 
Bonavista 
Harbor Main . . 

Harbor Grace 

Trinity 

Bay-de- Verde... 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. George 

Twillingate 

St. George 

Trinity 

Carbonear 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 



Heart's Content. 



Twillingate . . 
Placentia & St. 
Trinity 

Fogo 



Wake's Brook 
Waldron's Cove 
Ward's Harbor 
Warren's Harbor 
Waterman's Harbor . 
Weasel Island 
Webber's Bight 
Wellman's Cove 

Wesley ville 

West Bay, Port-au-Port 
West Country Cove . 
West Cul de Sac 
Western Bay 



Trinity 
Twillingate 

Bonavista 
St. Barbe 
Fortune 
Twillingate 



Bonavista 



Mary's. 

"r 



Brigus. 

Belloram, Bay L' Argent. 

Flat Islands, Placentia. 

Twillingate. 

Flower's Cove. 

Englee. 

King's Cove. 

Avondale. 

Exploits. 

Burgeo. 

Gambo. 

Upper Gullies. 

Spaniard's Bay. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

Carbonear. 

Valen Island, Placentia. 

Bay of Islands. 

Tilt Cove. 

Bay of Islands. 

Bonavista. 

Carbonear. 

R'y T. P. 0., Whitbourne. 

Twillingate. 
Placentia, Merasheen. 
Heart's Content. 
Musgrave Har., in winter ; 
Fogo, in summer. 
Shoal Harbor. 
Fortune Harbor. 
Little Bay Island. 
Greenspond. 
Conch e. 



■{ 



St. George 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile . . 
Bay-de-Verde 



Fortune Harbor. 

Pilley's Island. 

Pool's Island, in winter ; 

B. B. T. P. 0., in summer. 

Gravels. 

Tilt Cove. 

Burgeo. 

Carbonear (Forward). 



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AYRE3 


& SONS, 


St. John's 


—Boots and Shoes. 


Name of Place. 


District. 




Post Towns. 



Western Cove and Arm 

Western Cove, Bar- 
ron Island 

Western Head 

Western Harbor 

Western Point 

Weymouth 

Whale's Brook 

Whale Cove 

Whale Cove 

Whale Gulch, New 
World Island, 

* Whitbourne 
White Bear Bay 
White Island 
White Island 
White Point Cove 
White Point 
White Point 
White Rock 
White Eock 
Wicklow 
Wigwam Point 
Wild Bight 
Wild Bight 
Wild Bight 
Wild Cove 
Wild Cove 
Wild Cove, three on 

Fogo 
Wild Cove 
Wild Cove 
Wilton Grove 
Winter Cove 
Winter House Brook.. 
Winterhouse Cove, 

N. W. Arm, 
Wiseman's Cove 

* Witless Bay 
Witless Bay 
Wolf Bay, Bay-de-Loup 



} 



Wolf Cove, now 

Spriugdale, 
Woodford Cove 
Woodford Station 
Woody Island 



St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Twillingate . . 

Burgeo and La Poile. . 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Burin 

Twillingate ... 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

St. Barbe 

Placentia k St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

Bonavista 
Trinity 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate 



Fogo 
St. Barbe 

Trinity 
St. Barbe 



Twillingate . . \ 

St. Barbe 

Ferryland , 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile.., 

Twillingate . . 

Harbor Main . . 
Placentia & St. Mary's, 



Woody Island Bight. . |Twillingate 



Western Cove. 
Placentia. 
Morton's Harbor. 

La Poile. 

Englee. 

Heart's Content. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

Burin. 

Twillingate. 

Whitbourne. 

Burgeo. 

Griguet. 

Channel. 

Englee. 

Valen Island, Placentia. 

Bonaventure, Shoal Har. 

Brooklj'n. 

Britannia Cove, Shoal Har. 

Hol3'rood. 

Botwoodville. 

Little Bay. 

Nipper's Harbor. 

Leading Tickles. 

Twillingate. 

Morton's Harbor. 

Fogo. 

Western Cove. 

Bonne Bay. 

Clarenville. 

Flower's Cove. 

Bonne Bay. 

Little Bay, in winter ; 

N.D.B. T.P.O., in summer. 

Coachman's Cove. 

Witless Bay. 

New Harbor. 

Burgeo. 

Hall's Bay, Springdale. 

Little Bay. 
Railway T. P. O. 
Placentia. 

Exploits. 



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Name of Place. 




District. 


Post Towns. 


Woody Point 
Wreck Cove 
Wreck Island 
Yellow Fox Cove, 

N.Bay 
York Harbor 
Young Head 
Zealot 


} 


St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Twillingate 

St. George 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 
Harbor Briton. 
Burgeo. 

Fortune Harbor. 

Little Bay Island. 
Nipper's Harbor. 
Conche. 



POST OFFICE DIRECTORY FOR LABRADOR COAST AND 
STRAITS OF BELLE ISLE. 



Places marked (*) are in the Straits of Belle Isle. 



Name or Place. 
Adnavick 
American Cove 
American Creek 
American Harbor 
American Tickle 

* Antelope 
Antelope Tickle 

* Assizes Harbor 
Back Cove 

Bake Apple Bight 

* Barge Bay 

* Barachois 
Batteaux 

* Battle Harbor 
Bird Islands 
Bird Rocks 

* Black Bay 
Black Gove 
Black Bear Bay 
Blackguard's Bay 
Black Island 
Black Tickle 

* Blanc Sablon 

* Bels Amours 
Big Brook 
Bolster's Rock 

* Bonne Esperance 
Bloomfield 

Bluff Head 

* Bradore 
Breen's Tickle 



Port op Call. 
Adnavick. 
Dead Island. 
Grady. 

Comfort Bight. 
Seal Islands. 
Henley Harbor. 
Indian Tickle. 
Battle Harbor. 
Dead Island. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Red Bay. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Batteaux. 
Battle Harbor. 
Venison Island. 

Do. 
Red Bay. 
Tub Harbor. 
Punch Bowl. 
Long Island. 
Grady. 
Domino. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Salmon River. 
Holton. 
Bolster's Rock. 
Bonne Esperance. 
Mannock's Island. 
Indian Harbor. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Indian Tickle. 



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Name of Place. 
Brig Harbor 
Brigus 

* Cape Charles 
Cape A Cock 
C^pe Greep (Gr^pe) 
Cape Harrigau 
Cape Harrison 
Cape North 

Cape Porcupine 

* Camp Islands 

* Capson Island 
Cartwright 
Caribou 

* Carrol's Cove 
Casey's Cove 

* Chateau 

* Chimney Tickle 

* Chiveiliere River 
Comfort Bight 
Cooper's Islands 
Coxe's Cove 
Conception Harbor 
Codner's Cove 
Corbett's Harbor 
Cradle Cove 

Cuff Harbor . . 
Cunningham's Liight 
Curlew 
Cut Throat 
Dark Tickle 
Davis' Inlet 
Dead Island 
Deep Water Creek 
Dog Island 
Domino 

Dooling's Tickle 
Double Mare 

* East St. Modest 
Edward's Harbor 
Egg Harbor 
Emily Harbor 
Entry Island 
Fanny's Harbor 
Farmer's Cove 
Fishing Ship's Harbor 
Five Islands 
Ferret Island 
Flat Islands 
Flounders Bight 



Port of Call. 
Brig Harbor. 
Punch Bowl. 
Cape Charles. 
Hack. 

Indian Tickle. 
Cape Harrigan. 
Cape Harrison. 
Grady. 

Pack's Harbor. 
Chimney Tickle. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Long Island. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Red Bay. 
Indian Tickle. 
Chateau. 
Chimney Tickle. 
Bonne Esperance. 
Comfort Bight. 
Snug Harbor. 
Venison Islands. 
Smokv Tickle. 
Indian Tickle. 
Punch Bowl. 
Seal Islands. 
Indian Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Long Island. 
Cut Throat. 
Emily Harbor. 
Fanny's Harbor. 
Dead Island. 
Spear Harbor. 
Adnavick. 
Domino. 
Smoky Tickle. 
Rigolet. 

L'Anse au Loup. 
Indian Harbor. 
Long Island. 
Emily Harbor. 
Indian Harbor. 
Fanny's Harbor. 
Domino. 

Fishing Ships' Harbor. 
Emily Harbor. 
Indian Tickle. 
Sandy Islands. 
Turnavick. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Guarantee satisfaction to pupchasers. 



Name of Place. 

* Forteau 

* Eorteau Light House 
Fox Cove 
Fox Island 

* Fox Harbor . . 
Francis Harbor Bight 
French Cove 
Frenchman's Isiand 
George's Cove 

Do. 
George's Island 
George's River 
George's Run 
Grady 
George's Island 

* Grassey 

* Greenly Island 

* Green Island 
Green Cove 
Griffin's Harbor 

* Gulch Cove 
Hackett's Harbor 
Hair Harbor 
Hair Island 
Hamilton Inlet 
Hare Tickle 
Hawk's Harbor 
Hill's Cove 
Hill's Harbor 
Hill's Harbor 
Hebron 

* Henley Harbor 
Hiscock's Island 
Holton 
Hopedale 
Horse Harbor 
Ice Tickle 
Hack 

Independent 
Indian Bight 
Indian Harbor 
Indian Islands — G. W. Bay 
Indian Tickle 
*■ Isle an Bois 
Ironbound Island 
Jigger Tickle 
King's Bay 
Kipicock 
Lady's Arm 



Port op Call. 
Forteau. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Dead Island. 
Emily. 

Battle Harbor. 
Francis Harbor. 
Scrammy. 
Seal Islands. 

Do. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Indian Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Batteaux. 
Grady. 

Indian Harbor. 
Blanc Sablon. 
do. 
do. 
Tub Harbor. 
Domino. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Grady. 
Long Island. 
Windsor's Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Adnavick. 
Venison Island. 
Bolster's Rock. 
Seal Islands. 
Grady. 
Nain. 

Heniey Harbor. 
Comfort Biglit. 
Holton. 
Hopedale. 
Emily Harbor. 
Indian Harbor. 
Hack. 

Pack's Harbor. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Indian Harbor. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Indian Tickle. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Ironbound Island. 
Jigger Tickle. 
Sloop Cove. 
Hack. 
Snug Harbor. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Best Goods at Lowest prices. 



Name of Place. 

* L'Anse aux Morts 

* L'Anse au Diable — Jibble 

* L'Anse an Clair 

* L'Anse an Cottar 
L'Anse an Lonp 
Lance Cove 

* Lewis Bay 
Lester's Point 
Little Harbor 

Do. -G.W.Bay 
Little Fisheries 
Little Holton 
Long Island 

* Long Point 
Long Tickle 
Lord's Arm 
Macovick 
Mannock's Islanrl 
Mark's Harbor 

* Mathias Cove 
Mecklenburgli 
Mercliantmen's Harbor 

* Middle Bay 
Mosquito 
Morgan Harbor 
Mousy 
Mullins' Cove 

Do 
Musgiave Harbor 
Murray's Harbor 

* Mutton Bay 
Nain 

* Natashquan 
New Harbor 

* Negro's Sound 
Noithwcst River 
Nowlan's Harbor 
Occasional Harbor 
October Harboi' 
Okack 
Open Bay 
Orleans Harbor 
Pack's Harbor 
Payn's Cove 
Pigeon Islands 

* Pigeon Island 

* Piednoir— (Pinware) 
Pinguin 
Pinsent's Arm 



Port of Call. 
L'Anse au Loup. 

do. 
Blanc Sablon. 

do. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Battle Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Little Harbor. 
Indian Harbor. 
Salmon River. 
Holton. 
Long Island. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Long Tickle. 
Snug Harbor. 
Macovick. 
Ironbound Island. 
Smoky Tickle. 
Battle Harbor. 
Little Harbor. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Salmon River. 
Little Harbor. 
Long Tickle. 
Emily Harbor. 
Grady. 
Rigolet. 
Grady. 

Murray's Harbor. 
Bonne Esperance. 
Nain. 

Bonne Esperance. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Chimney Tickle. 
Rigolet. 
Dead Island. 
Fishing Ships' Harbor. 
White Bears. 
Nain. 
Batteaux. 
Punch Bowl. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Indian Harbor. 

do. 
Bonne Esperance. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Bolster Rock. 
Scramrav. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Gpoeeries. 



Name of Place. 
Petty Harbor 
Pipers Tickle 
Partridge Bay 
Partridge Harbor 

* Pleasure Harbor 

* Point aux Moris 
Port Charlotte 
Pommeroy's Island 
Pennyhook Cove 
Punch Bowl 
Quare Island 
Ragged Islands 
Railway Islands 
Ramniah 
Rattler's Bight ... 

* Red Bay 
Ked Island 
Red Point 

Red Point Cove 
Rigolet 

Rodgers' Harbor 
Round Island ... 
Rover's Island ... 
Run by Guess ... 
Salmon Bight ... 
Salmon Point . . 

* Salmon River 
Sandy Cove 
Sandy Hook 
Sandy Hill Tickles 
Sandy Islands ... 
Salt Pond 

Salt Pond 
Seal Bight 
Sandwich Bay ... 

* Schooner Cove 

Do. 
Scrammy 
Seal Islands 
Seine Islands ... 
Selby'sCove ... 
Shoal Bay Islands 
Shoal Tickle ... 

Do. 
Ship Harbor 
Ship's Run 
Sloop Cove 

Do. 
Sloop Harbor ... 



Port of Call. 

Spear Harbor. 

Francis Harbor Bight. 

Seal Islands. 

Pack's Harbor. 

Chimney Tickle. 

L'Anse au Loup. 

Little Harbor. 

Indian Harbor. 

Domino. 

Punch Bowl. 

Batteaux. 

Ragged Islands. 

Windsor Harbor. 

Nain. 

Indian Harbor. 

Red Bay. 

Indian Tickle. 

Francis Harbor Bight. 

Dou;ino. 

Rigolet. 

Long Tickle. 

Long Island. 

Indian Tickle. 

Indian Harbor. 

Domino. 

Indian Tickle. 

Salmon River. 

Francis Harbor Bight, 
do. 
. Indian Tickle. 
. Punch Bowl. 
, Little Harbor. 
. Comfort Bight. 
, Murray Harbor. 
. Long Harbor. 
. L'Anse au Loup. 
. Dead Island. 
. Scrammy. 
. Seal Islands. 

do. 
. Punch Bowl. 

do. 
. Seal Islands. 
. Malta. 

. Fishing Ship's Harbor. 
. Smoky Tickle. 
. Sloop Cove. 
. Fishing Ship's Harbor. 
. Punch Bowl. 



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



Name of Place. 
Sloop Harbor ... 
So(1dy Island 
Sophia'.s Harbor 
South East Cove 
Snack Cove 
Snng Harbor 
Smoky Tickle ... 
Spear Harbor ... 
Spotted Islands 
Splitting Knife 
Square Islands ... 
Squasho Run 
Styles 
Siag Tickle 
Strawberry 

* Temple Bay ... 
Tinker Harbor ... 
Thomas' Bay 
Tickle ' ... 
Traniore 

* Trap Cove ... 
Transport Island 
Triangle 
Touckialick 

Tub Harbor 
Tub Island 
Turnavick 
Venison Islands 
Venison Tickle ... 

* West St. Modest 
Webber's Cove ... 
White Bears 
White Islands ... 
White Point Bay 
Wild Bight 
Wilcock's Arm . . 
Williams' Harbor 
Winter Cove 
Wolf Islands ... 
Zoar 



Port of Call. 
Emily Harbor. 
Scrammy. 
Murray's Harbor. 
Long island. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Snug Harbor. 
Smoky Tickle. 
Spear Harbor. 
Domino. 
Cut Throat. 
Scrammy. 
Venison Island. 

do. 
Holton. 
Hack. 

Henly Harbor. 
Holton. 

Mannock's Island. 
Windsor's Harbor. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Battle Harbor. 
Venison Islands. 
Dead Island. 
Cape Harrison. 
Venison Island. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Turnavick. 
Venison Island. 

do. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Punch Bowl. 
White Bears. 
Domino. 
Sloop Cove. 
Venison Island. 
Batteaux. 

Francis Harbor Bight. 
Indian Harbor. 
Indian Tickle. 
Nain. 



POSTAL TELEGRAPHS. 

List of Offices. 

St. John's, Superintendent, David Stott. 
" Line Foreman, William Tobin. 

Operators : ^ __ j _ Operators . 



Baine Harbor, Carrie E. HoUett. 
Bav-de- Verde, Mrs. T. O'Neill. 



Bay L'Argent, Mrs. Bantield. 
Beaverton, E. S. Hennebury. 



Postal Telegraphs. 



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



OjJerators : 

Birchy Cove, Alexander Eead. 
Bonavista, Mrs. T. W. Stabb. 
Bonne Bay, Chas. Read. 

Brookfielfl, Smith. 

Burin, Mrs. D. Long. 
Cape Race, Mrs. Myrick. 
Catalina, L. B. Jeans. 
Change Islands, Bertha Perry. 
Clarenville, Mrs. J. Pittman. 
Fogo, Fannie Miler. 
Fortune, Amelia Bennett. 
Gambo, N. P. White. 
Gander Bay, C. S. Rowland. 
Glen\vood,'W. B. Temple. 
Grand Bank, Rose Hickman. 
Grand Lake, Fred'k Manuel. 
Grand River, Maggie McDonald. 
Gravels, Rose Hynes. 
Greenspond, Agnes Lang. 
Hant's Harbor, J. W. Janes. 
Harbor Briton, J. W. Sodero. 
Herring Neck, Sarah J. Patten. 
King's Cove, B. Devine. 
Lamaline, Miss Pittman. 
Lewisport, W. F. Coaker. 
Little Bay, R. D. Walsli. 
Little River, J. J. Doyle. 
Lower Island Cove, M. J. Snelgrove. 

Millertown Junction, 

New Perlican, Lilian Martin. 
Nipper's Harbor, B. C. Bailey. 



Operators : 

Norris Arm, George Nichol. 
Old Perlican, Ethel March. 

Sandy Point, 

Scilly Cove, Sansom. 

Seldom-Come-By, Bessie Holmes. 
South-west Arm, M. P. Smart. 
Stephenville Crossing, Clara Hynes. 
St. George's, Wm. S. Hamlin. 
St. Jacques, P. J. MacEvoy. 
St. Joseph's, P. J. Cormack. 
St. Lawrence, Cecelia Fewer. 
St. Mary's, Stephen Gibbons. 
Tilt Cove, Wm. Cunningham. 
Trinity, S. C. Pittman. 
Twillingate, Mabel Blackmore. 
Wesleyville, M. J. Hann. 
Western Bay, Ewen Kennedy. 
Whitbourne, Geo. J. Veitch. 
" J. O'Donnell. 

Line Men : 

Little River, Thos. Skeard. 
Birchy Cove, Clement Pennell. 
Grand Lake, Joseph Pennell. 
Gambo, George Saunders. 
South-west Arm, Thomas Flynn. 
" " John Matthews. 

Fogo, Michael Fitzgerald. 
Beaverton, James Wagg. 
Harbor Briton, John Doyle. 
Trinity, Henry Hunt. 



Tariff between the following offices : — 25 cents for 10 words, and 
2 cents for each additional word ; five figures go as one word : 



Beaverton, 
Birchy Cove, 
Bonavista, 
Bonne Bay, 
Catalina, 
Change Islands, 
Clarenville, 
Fogo, 
Gambo, 
Gander Bay, 
Glenwood, 
Grand Lake, 
Grand River, 
Gravels, 

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Greenspond, 
Herring Neck, 
King's Cove, 
Lewisport, 
Little Bay, 
Little River, 
Millertown Junction, 
Nipper's Harbor, 
Norris Arm, 
Sandy Point, 
Seldom-Come-By, 
South-west Arm, 
Stephenville Crossing, 
St. George's, 



122 Postal Telegraphs — Educational Department. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Dry Ooods. 



Tilt Cove, j Twillingate, 

Trinity, ' Wesleyville. 

Tariff to all other offices in Newfoundland, including Bell Island, 
Conception Bay : 50 cents for 10 words an I 4 cents for each additional 
word ; five figures go as one M-ord. 

St. Pierre, Miquelon : 75 cents for 10 words and 6 cents lor each ad- 
ditional word. 



€tiucational a^ejjartment. 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF EDUCATION. 

For Church of England Schools— Uev. W. Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., F.R.G.S. 
Assistant — S. C. Thompson, A. A. 

For Roman Catholic Schools (Island, excluding Diocese of Harbor Grace) 
— Vincent Burke. 

For Roman Catholic Schools (Diocese of Harbor Grace) — T. Hanrahan. 

For Methodist Schools — Rev. L. Curtis, M.A. 

Assistant — E. Lodge. 

For Salvation Army Schools — Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D. 
Inspector of Congregational Schools — Rev. J. Thackeray. 
Inspector of Presbyterian Schools — Rev. A. Robertson. 

COUNCIL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION. 

President— Hev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., Church of England Super- 
intendent of Education. 

Vice-Presidents— ^&v. Levi Curtis, M.A., Methodist Superintendent of 
Education; J. W. Withers. 

Secretary and Registrar — Miss Lucv Meehan. 

V. Burke, Roman Catholic Superintendent of Education, Diocese of St. 
John's. 

T. Hanrahan, Roman Catholic Sxiperintendent of Education, Diocese of 
Harher Grace. 

Ezra Lodge, Assistant Superintendent Methodist Schools (ex ofUcio). 

S. Thompson, Assistant Supt. Church of Englaiid Schools (ex officio). 

W. W. Blackall, B.A., Head Master Church of England College. 

Rev. J. J. Downey, Head Master Roman Catholic College. 

R. E. Holloway, B.A., B.Sc, Head Master Methodist College. 

A. Wilson, Head Master Presbyterian College. 



Educational — Colleges. 123 

AYRB & SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Hardwape. 



Eev. M. Fenwick, 

Rev. Canon Cartwright, M.A. 

Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 

Rev. H. P. Cowperthwaite, M.A. 

Rev. A. P. Kennedy, 

Rev. John Rowe, 

Rev. Wni. Veitcli, 



Rev. E. P. Roche, 

Rev. A. Prenclergast, 

A. J. W. Harvey, 

H. C. Burchell, M.E., C.E. 

Campbell McPherson, 

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

James M. Kent, B.A. 



J. R. McCowen. 

The Superintendents and Assistant Superintendents of Education and 
Headmasters of Colleges are members ex officio. 

INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN 
NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Church of England College. 

Visitor : 
His Excellency the Governor. 

Directors : 

The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop j J. W. Withers, 

of Newfoundland. i Hon. W. H. Horwood, C.J. 

Right Hon. Sir W. V. Whitewav, A. J. Harvey, 

P.O., K.C., K.C.M.G., D.C.L. " I Hon. E. R. Bowring, 

Sir James S. Winter, K.C., ! " George Knowling, 

K.C.M.G. i M. G. Winter, 

Rev. Canon Dunfield, 1 C. S. Pinsent, 

" Canon Cartwright, M.A., ; R. Watson, 

" G. H. Bolt, M.A., I A. B. Morine, 

" T. E. Wilson, B.A. ! G. A. Hutchings, 

" W. R. Smith, I A. H. Martin, 

Hon. A. W. Harvey, j Dr. W. F. Lloyd. 

Staff : 

Boys' Department. 

(Bishop Feild College). 

Principal — William Walker Blackall, B.A., London University. 

Assistant Masters — First — A. E. Bernard, Univ., London ; Second — 

I. J. Samson, A.A., (Old Feildian) ; Third—E. Jeffrey, A. A., (Old Feildian). 

Preparatory Department. 
Miss Hutchings, CM. ; Miss Pinsent, CM. 

Girls' Department. 

(Bishop Spencer Collkge). 

Principal — Miss Stirling. 

J.ssistonis— Miss Emma Dawe, Mat. London Univ. ; Miss M. Worrall, 
Miss E. Wills ; Miss Pitcher, A.A. ; Miss Findlater. 
Draioing — Mr. Nichols, 
ilfiisic— Miss Wood, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's- Best place to buy Fishing Tackle. 



Board of Examiners for Granting- Certificates of Qualification 

to Teachers. 

Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., F.R.G.S., Su-perintendent. 
Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 
Rev. Canon Noel, R.D. 
S. C. Thompson, A.A. 

Colonial and Continental Church Society, Incorporated 1852, 

Patron — His Most Gracious Majesty the King. 

rllis Grace the Archbishop ot Canterbury. 
yr- T, . J His Grace the Arcli bishop of York. 

yice-ratrons i His Grace the Archbishop of Armagh ; and nearly all 

{ the Bishops of the Church of England. 

Corresponding Committee in Newfoundland, Incorporated. 

President — The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Newloundland. 
Vice-Pres't— The Rt. Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway, P.C, K.C., K.C.M.G. 
Secretary -Treasurer — Rev. W. Pilot, D.D. 

Rev. Canon Cartwright, M.A. Hon. W. H. Horwood, C.J. 

Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. Hon. Dr. Skelton, 

Sir J. S. Winter, K.C., K.C.M.G. J. A. Cliit, 

A. 0. Hayward, K.C. Alex. J. Harvev, 

H. J. Stabb. 

Central Training School 

Principal <f Boys' School — Augustus Coffin. 
Principal of Girls' School — Miss Short. 
Principal of Pupil Teacher's Home — Miss Pride. 

Each assisted with a staff of Pupil Teachers. 

Boards of Education. 

1. St. John's — The Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, Chairman; Rev. 
Canon Cartwright, M.A., Rev. Canon Dunfield, Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A., Rev. 
G. R. Godden, B.A.. J. Outerbridge, J. T. Southcott, J. W. Withers, Hon. 
Dr. Skelton, Hon. E. R. Bowring, W. C. Job, P. F. LeMessurier, Ethel- 
bert Colton, D. M. Browning, M.A., F. D. Lilly, Eli Da we. 

2. Pouch Cove — Rev. T. G. Netten, Chairman; Philip Grouchey, 
Robert Mundy, Thomas Eustace, Uriah Cole. 

3. Petty Harbor — Rev. H. K. Woodward, Chairman; Henry J. W. 
Bishop, Emanuel Chafe, Alan Chafe, Henry Winsor. 

4. Portugal Cove — Rev. W. Smith, C'hairmaii ; Rev. C. Booth, Geo. 
Parsons, William Clements, William Bennett (Bell Isle), Sol. Tucker, sr., 
Albert Squires. 

5. Topsail — Rev. H. Petley, Chairman ; Rev. Canon Colley, W. Butler, 
(Middle Bight), Job Coats (Upper Gullies), John Kelly (Lance Cove), 
Charles Carter, William Tilley. 

6. Brigus — Rev. T. Godden, Chairman ; Rev, W, A. Haynes, Elijah 
Bishop, Benjamin Morgan, Moses Bartlett, 



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AYRE 6s SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Spopting Goods. 

7. Port-de-Grave — Rev. A. A. Cramp, Chairman; Geo. Andrews, 
Wni. Dawe, Ricli'd Morgan, John French (Dock), J. T. Boone (Bareneed). 

8. Bay Roberts— Rev. W. T- Shears, Chairman ; John Dawe, John 
Jardine, J. Bradbury (of Samuel). 

9. Spaniard's Bay — Rev. T. P. Quinlin, Chairman ; Jas. Hutchings, 
Thomas Gosse, Nathaniel Gosse, James Gosse, John Sheppard, James 
Chipman. 

10. Upper Island Cove — Rev. F. Smart, Chairman ; Nathan Crane 
(of John), Archibald Crane, Thomas Nosevvorthy (Bryant's Cove), John 
R. Barret. 

11. Harbor Grace — Rev. J. M. Noel, Chairman; W. A. Oke, Wm. 
Ward, John Tapp, Tobias Sheppard, Thos. Courage, Geo. Badcock. 

12. Carbonear — Rev. F. Colley, Chairman; W. Hawker, Georj^e 
Crocker, John Lyte, Edward Chipman, James Bennett, Nath. Forwanl, 
Geo. Moulton. 

13. Bay-de-Verde — Rev. J. C. Cragg, Chairman ; W, Jacobs, Thos. 
Cnll, J. C. Meadus, James Blundon, Joseph Emberley, Moses Blundon, sr. 

14. Heart's Content — Rev. W. C. White, Chairman; Dr. Anderson, 
Henry Piercey, J. W. James, Adam Martin, Geo. Charlton, Geo. Young, 
Edmund Harnum, William Martin. 

15. New Harbor— Rev. E. K. H. Caldwell, Chairman; Wm. Hefford, 
Stephen Bennett, A. George, F. Woodman, Robert Pretty (of Samuel), 
Martin George. 

16. Norman's Cove — Rev. E. K. H. Caldwell, Chairman ; Wm. Day, 
Robt. Hillier, Thomas Warren, John Drover, Jas. Thorne, Solomon Reid. 

17. Random — Rev. , Chairman; John Vey, Edmund 

Seward, James Drover, Stephen Smith, William Balsom, James Dodge. 

18. Smith's Sound— Rev. , Chairman; Ed. T. Gardner, 

Wm. Frampton, Alfred Stone, John Baker, Aaron Stone, Wm. Hy. Ryan. 

19. Trinity (Proper) — Rev. H. Wilson, B. D., Chairman; Dr. A. 
White, George Lilly, J. P., R. Bremner, Arthur Gardner, Noah Miller, 
Wm. Wotton, H. J. Bennett. 

20. Trinity Bay North — Rev. G. H. Field, Chairman; Geo. Fuwlow, 
John Walters, Wm. Beston, Jos. Butler, Jas. Moody, Adam R. Randall. 

21. Trinity Bay East — Rev. G. S. Chamberlain, Chairman; Thomas 
Martin, Capiaiu John Hiscock, Dr. McKay, Wm. White (Wm.), William 
Ashford, Peter Coleridge. 

22. Bonavista Bay South— -Rev. A. G. Bayly, B. A., Chairman; 
Rev. A. E. C. Bayly, Wm. Sweetland, John Lawrence, Joseph Rolls, John 
S. Rowsell, Robert" Brown (Stephen), S. Mifflen, Walter Brown (Amherst 
Cove). 

23. Bonavista Bay West — Rev. William Ivivhy , Chairmnn : Jol:n 
Coffin, Samuel Brown, Ed. Penney, Fred. Shears, Matthew Waugh. 

24. Goose Bay— Rev. LI. Godden, Chairman; G. Haines, J.P., Levi 
Prince, Henry Humby, Albert Stares, Jas. Ryan, Wm. Greening. 

25. Salvage Bay — Rev. D. W. Blackall, Chairman ; Ken. Burden, 
Wm. Brown, sr., John Moss, Joseph Squires, AVm. Hiscock (Flat Islands), 
Stephen Oldford (Squid Tickle). 

26. Greenspond— Rev. S. A. Dawson, Chairman; Darius Blandford, 
Philip Hutchins, Benjamin Saunders, Job Hunt, E. J. Dorainy, E. Edgar, 



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27. Pinchard's Island— Rev. T. W. Upward, Chairman; James 
Parsons (Newtown), Charles Hounsell (Pouml Cove), Jos. Knee (Badger's 
Quay), Samuel Green (Pinchard's Island), Samuel E. Winsor. 

28. FoGO— Rev. E. A. Butler, Ghaiiinan ; Wm. Earle, Saml. Harnett, 
Robert Irish, Thomas Anthony, John Jones, Aaron Stone. 

29. Change Islands— Rev. E. Ciench, Chairman; F. C. Earle, Thos. 
Scammel, Arthur Scammell. 

30. Herring Neck— Rev. J. J. White, Chairman; Frank Miles, 
Robert Mundy, H. Dally (Pike's Arm), George Mercer. 

31. TwiLLiNGATE — Rev. Canon Temple, R.D., Chairman; Thomas 
Peyton, Richard Newman, William Taylor, Jas. Blackler, James Oakley, 
George Bland ford. William Blackler. 

32. Exploits Burnt Island — Rev. G. W^ood, Chairman; Jasper 
Rowsell, George Sceviour, George Foote, Elijah Banning, Moses Hill, 
Archibald Rowsell. 

33. NoTRK Dame Bay North — Rev. A. Pitman, Chairman ; W. R. 
Toms, H. M. Herbert, Henry Bind, W. E. Cunningham, F. J. Williams, 
B. T. Boyles, S. J. Blackler, William Walker. 

34. "Placentia Bay— Rev. A. Shorter, Chairman; W. H. Brown, 
Je8«e Slade, James Burton, T. Wakely, Thomas CoUett, William Thomas 
Holletc, Robert Thos. Dicks, John Rodway. 

35. Burin , Chairman ; Rev. J. Hewitt, Sidney 

Hussey, John Brushett, John Dibben, Wm. Day. 

36. Lamaline— Rev. H. K. Gilbert, Chairvian ; Henry Haskell, Eobt. 
Pitman, Abram Hillier, Henry Bonnell. 

37. Fortune Bay- Rev.E. Greenham, Chairman; Dr. C. Fitzgerald, 
P. Hubert, J. P., S. Fiander, W. Bungay, J. J. Rose, Joseph Sodero, Thos. 
White. 

38. Belloram— Rev. W. Goddard, Chairman ; L. T. Cluett, A. G. Cun- 
ningham, L. Angus McCuish, Uriah Whately, Philip Cluett, J. T. Cluett. 

39. Hermitage Cove— Rev. G. Bishop, Chairman ; Wm. Webb, Robt. 
Durnford, J. W. Bulley, John Pink, George Cliambers, William Camp, 
Charles Hill. 

40. BuRGEO— Rev. E. J. R. Nichols, Chairman; G. K. White, Edward 
Dicks, Wm. Caswell, J. Vatcher, sr., John Vatcher, jr., Henry J. Clement, 
Robert Moulton, John Cunningham. 

41. Rose Blanche— Rev. W. Whitehouse, Chairman; Prosper Gar- 
den, R. Furneaux, H. Horwood, Job Ridout, James Ridout. 

42. Channel— Rev. H. T. Read, Chairman; N. Smith, J. S. Hutch- 
ings, P. T. Clement, J. Jeans, H. McKay, Emmanuel Pike, Dominic Le 
Fresne, C. T. James. 

43. CoDROY— Rev. H. T. Read, Chairman; F. Braitliwaite, Charles 
Moore, George E. Collier. 

44. Sandy Point— Rev. Charles Jeffrey, Chairman; Wm. Pennell, 
Millage Messervey, Henry Haliburton, William Morris, Clement Renouf. 
Walter LeRoux, Philip Renouf. 

4.5. The Barachoix— Rev. Charles Jeffrey, Chairman ; Isaac Chaffey, 
Jeremiah Chaffey, Jeremiah Harvey, Philip Morris, Isaac GiUard, Richard 
Legge. 



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Aeolian, Avhieh places the best IVIusic within peaeh of all. 

46. Bay of Islands— Rev. G. H. Pe^g, Chairman ; G. Wlieeler, 
E. Brake, Alexander Reid, Major Sheppard, Jolm Leggo, John Bagg, J. A. 
LeGrandais, S. Ballam. 

47. Bonne Bay— Rev. C. W. Holland.?, Chairman; J. Noel, W. Raikep, 
J. A. Squires, AVni. Prebble. 

48. Spraits Belle Isle — Rev. Henry Leggo, Chairman. 

49. White Bay — Rev. , Chairman; John Jacob, William 

Rice, Thomas Rice, John Ford, George Pearce, Luke Gale (of Job). 

50. Battle Harbor- -Rev. E. W. Gardner. 

51. Sandwich Bay — 

52. Whitbourne — Rev. J. Bull, Chairman; E. Nosewoithy, N. Gosse, 
N. Osborne, F. Mercer. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN 
NEWFOUNDLAND. 



St. Bonaventure's College. 
Board of Directors. 



Right Rev. Dr. Howley, 
Very Rev. Dean Ryan, 



Hon. E. P. Morris, K.C. 
William P. Walsh, Esq. 



Hon. D. J. Greene, K.C. 

Principal — Rev. Bro. J. J. Downey. 

fRev. " Prendergast, 

Rev. " Culhaiie, 

Rev. " Strapp, 

T,. , I Rev. '• Daly, 

masters < -r, ,, t 

' Rev. " Lannon, 

Rev. " Fennessey, 

D. A. Flynn, Professor of Music. 

^Chas. Hutton, Professor of Vocal Music. 



Board of Examiners. 



Rev E. P. Roche, 
Rev. J. J. Downey, 



T. Hanrahan, Supt. Education. 
V. Burke, Snpt. Education. 



Roman Catholic Academy, Harbor Grace. 

Trustee — Right Rev. Dr. McDonald. 
Principal — John T. Lawton. 
Second Master — Ronald Kennedy. 

St. Patrick's Schools, St. John's. 

Committee of Management. 

Officers of the Benevolent Irish Society, ex officio. 
Clergymen, members of the Societv. 
Thirteen members, elected annually. 
Chairman— E. Rawlins. 
Secretary — W. S. Dunphy. 
Teachers — The Christian Brothers. 



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Holy Cross Schools, Riverhead, 

Teachers — The Christian Brothers. 

Convent Schools, Diocese of St. John's. 



St. John's Taught by 10 Nuns. 


Renews 


Tau 


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ay 4 Nuns 


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Riverhead " 13 




Trepassey 






5 " 


a 


Military-rd " 9 




St. Mary's 






4 " 


u 


Belvidere " 5 




Great Placentia. 






6 " 


(( 


St. Peters " 4 




Burin 






4 " 


Torbay 


" 5 




St. Lawrence ... 






5 " 


Witless 


Bay ... " 7 




St. Jacques ... 






5 « 


Ferryland ... " 4 




St. George's ... 






4 " 



Convent Schools, Diocese of Harbor Grace. 

Harbor Grace ... Taught bv 6 Nuns. Brigus ... Taught by 4 Nuns. 

Carbonear ... " ^ 9 " Conception Hr. " 5 " 

Harbor Main Taught by 9 Nuns. 

Roman Catholic Boards of Education. 

St. John's — Right Rev. Dr. HoAvley, Chairman; Very Rev. Dean 
Ryan, Hon. Sir E. D. Shea, Hon. John Harris, F. J. Morris, Jas. M. Kent, 
B.A., Hon. Jas. McLoughlan, Hon. h. O'B. Fuilong, Hon. E. M. Jackman. 

Topsail — Rev. E. P. Roche, Chairman; Thos. Dwyer, Geo. Squires, 
John Flannery, Patrick Walsh. 

Torbay — Rev. M. J. Clarke, Chairman; Messrs. Sanri^l Gosse, Jos. 
Maher, William Shea, Joeeph Brien. 

Portugal Cove— Rev. J. Ashley, Chairman; Patrick Hanlon, Peter 
Neary, Michael White, Edward Gladney. 

Harbor Main— Rt. Rev. Dr. McDonald, Chairman; Rev. P. O'Don- 
nell, Rev. Wm. Veitch, Rev. J. Murphy, Geo. Whelan, John O'Brien, sr., 
James Hawco. 

Brigus — Very Rev. E. F. Walsh, Chairman; James Moore, James 
Fardy, Robert Kehoe, Patrick Brophy. 

JH arbor Grace, Carbonear, and Trinity South — Right Rev. Dr. 
McDonald, C/iairman; Rev. J. D. McCarthy, Rev. John March, Rev. S. 
Wlielan, J. J. Murphy, John Casey, M. J. Jones, Joseph Mackey, George 
Brocklehuvst. 

Northern Bay— Rev. John Roe, Chairman; Richard Hayden, Thos. 
Ford, Timothy Doyle, Richard English. 

Bay-de-Verde— Rev. Joseph V. Donnelly, Chairman; Jas. Moore, 
John O'Neill, Thos. Hyde, Jeremiah Broderick, Thos. Moore (of James). 

Trinity Bay, North- -Rev. P. W. Browne, Chairman; John Murphy, 
Martin Kinsella, Jer. Connell, John Feehan, L. Peters, John Hunt sr. 

Trinity Bay, West— Rev. W. P. Tarehin, Chairman; R. Lawlor, 
F. Hoskins, W. Leonard, sr., J. R. Seward, A. Power, Wm. Connollv. 

Bonavista, South— Rev. T. E. Lynch, Chairman; S. Ryan, James 
Long, J. Mullowney, Jas. Aj'lward, Thos. Lane, D. A. Ryan, Laur. Moss 
R. Lawton. 

Bonavista Bay, North— Rev. G. J. Batcock, Chairman; Michael 
Cashin, Daniel Turner, Sam. Kelly, sr., Nich. Batterton, John Murphy. 



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AYRB & SONS, St. John's -Agents fop Roniseh Pianos. 

FoGO — Rev. W. Finn, Chairman; Jas. Keoiigb, Jolm Dwyer, M. E. 
Fitzgerald. 

Fortune Harbor — Rev. John Scully, Chairman; Richard Ciuiolj, 
Richard Quirk, Matthew Glavine, J. Hamilton, M. Butlei'. 

Little Bay — Eev. John Lynch, Chairman; P. Burke, Wm. Foran, 
Michael Bouzan, James Norris, John Walker, Daniel Denneliy. 

Coachman's Cove— Rev. R. M. Shean, 67!ai/7;i(i?i; Daniel Duggan, 
J. P., John Carroll, William Fitzgerald, Jeremiah Ford. 

CoNCHE — Right Rev. Dr. McDonald, Chairman ; Rev. John Colbert, 
Michael Lawless. 

Witless Bay — Rev. N. Roach, Chairman; Michael Burke, Aiden 
O'Driscoll, Michael Mulcahy, Jos. F. Williams. 

Mobile — Rev. P. O'Brien, Chairman; John Fitzgerald, Win. O'Dris- 
coll, Edward Fortune, Michael Melvin. 

Ferryland — Rev. L. Vereker, Chairman ; E. Condon, A. White, M. 
Devereaux, P. Power. 

Renews — Rev. J. Walsh, Chairman; E. Leary, Wm. Trainor, Garrett 
Jackman, Michael Sheehan. 

Trepassey — Rev. W^m. Born, Chairman; M. Kennedy, Jas. Murphy, 
D. Leary, M. Ryan. 

Salmonier — Rev. J. O'Rielly, D. D., Chairman; John Gott', John 
Daly, John Marey, D. Daley. 

St. Mary's — Rev. S. O'Driscoll, Chairman; Edward Walsh, J. Power, 
D. Dailey, M. Lundrigan, Wm. Hogan, M.D., Peter St. Croix. 

Great Placentia — Rt. Rev. Mongr. V. F. Reardon, Chairman; Ed. 
Sinnott, Nicholas Cosgrove, Patrick Dunphy, Patrick Keefe, Michael Col- 
lins, James Collins. 

St. Bride's — Rev. H. Renouf, R. Young, J. E. Conway, A. Power, 
B. McGrath, John Mooney. 

Little Placentia — Rev. John St. John, Alphonsus Keats, Andrew 
Hunt, James Houlihan, Patrick Murphy. 

Placentia West — Rev. Wm. Doutney, Wm. Brown, J. Hennessey. 

Burin -Rev. P. M. O'Connor, R. McGrath, M. Flynu. 

St. Lawrence — Rev. A. J. Maher, Michael Vavasour, Henry Slaney, 
Alphonsus Fitzpatrick, Patrick Murphy, David Collins, James Fleming. 

Harbor Breton — Rev. P. F. Adams, John Smith, James Gorman, 
Geo. Collier, Geo. Penney. 

St. Jacques — Rev. Geo. H. Hawkins, Michael Burke, jr., Charles 
Clinton, Denis Burke, Richard Johnson. 

CoDROY — Very Rev. W. J. Brown, V.G., James Doyle, John Tomkins, 
J. Downey, Thomas O'Quinn. 

Sandy Point — Right Rev. N. McNeil, D.D., Chairman; Hector Mc- 
Donald, John McPherson, Arthur Cashin, James R. Hayse. 

Stephenville — Rev. P. W. Brown, D. Alexandre, David Schumph, 
Paul Gadon, Caliste White. 

Port au Port— Rev. Jas. N. Joy, Angus Mclsaac, Arch. S. Campbell, 
Henry Duffenais, James Joy, P. O'Quinn, A. Lainez. 

Bay of Islands — Rev. A. Sears, Philip Mahoney, John Hackett, 
Maurice E. Boland, Jas. Petipas, Daniel Gilker. 

Bonne Bay — Rev. M. O'Rourke, Edward Marshall, Peter Jackman, 
James T. HoUahan, John M. Biliard. 



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Educational — Methodist College. 



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



METHODIST EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN NEW- 
FOUNDLAND. 

Methodist College and Home. 

Princi'pal — E. E. Hollowaj', B.A.. F.C.S., London. 

Assistants, Ufper School — Mr. John Hillyard, Harvard University; 
Miss A. A. Maxwell, B.A., Mt. Allison, N. B.; Miss Uawe, A.A.; S. P. 
Whiteway, Matric. London; Miss Grace Forbes, Matric. London- Mr. W. 
Boyle, Mat. Con. Univ. 

Model School, Primary and Infant — Miss Fanny Badcock, Certificated 
Teacher ; Miss Annie Dove, Certificated Teacher ; Miss Julia Woods, 
Matric. London. 

Kindergarten — Miss Ida B. Tuck, Certificated Teacher. 

Music-1\ Le Sueur, Mus. Bac, F.R.C.O., L.E.A.M., Oxford Univ. 

Drawing and Painting — Louis J. Therouin, Eleve de I'Ecole Normale 
de Versailles, Academie de Paris, B.S., B.L., Certificate d' Aptitude a I'En- 
seignement du Dessin. 

Shorthand and Typewriting — Miss Ethel Dickinson, Matric. Loudon. 

Gimrdian and Chaplain — Rev. M. Fenwick. 



Board of Governors. 



Rev. 


W. T. Dunn, President. 


Hon 


. J. S. Pitts, Chairman Exec 


H.J 


. B. Woods, Secretary. 


Hon 


. Jolm B. Ayie, Treasurer. 


Rev. 


L. Curtis, M.A. 


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Mark Fenwick. 


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F. W. W. Des Barres, B.A. 


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H. C. Hatcher, B.D. 


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Wni. Swann. 


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R. W. Freeman. 


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James Nurse. 


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Thomas H. James. 


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Sol. Matthews. 


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Thos. W. Atkinson. 


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Jesse Heyfield. 


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J. L. Dawson, B.A. 


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Jabez Hill. 


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Wm. Kendall. 


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H. P. Cowpertwaitbe, M.A 


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A. Hill. 



Rev. 



George Paine. 



" John Pratt. 

" James Pincock. 
Hon. J. J. Rogerson. 

" James Angel. 
John E. P. Peters. 
Alex. J. W. McNeily, K.C. 
Rt. Hon. Sir R. Bond. 
Hon. R. K. Bishop. 
Arthur Mews. 
C. MacPherson. 
A. J. Penney, J.P. 
S. R. March. 
A. F. Shirran. 
A. W. Martin. 
Gf'orge Gushue, M.H.A. 
H. C. Burchel], C.E. 
Chas. P. Ayre. 
Reuben Horwood. 
Sidney Woods. 



Methodist Boards of Education. 

1. St. John's East— Rev. H. P. Cowpertwaitbe, M. A., Chairman; 
Rev. F. W. W. Des Barres, B.A., Hon. James S. Pitts, H. J. B. Woods, 
S. H. Knight, Michael T. Knight, A. J. W. McNeily, K.C, J. E. Peters! 
Hon. R. K. Bishop, S. R. March. 



Educational — MetJiodist Boards. 131 

AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Agents for Farrand Organs. 

2. St. John's West — Rev. J. L. Dawson, B.A., Chainnan; Rev. C. 
Lench, Hon. J. J. Rogerson, John Steer, Hon. Jas. Angel, Wm. J. Mews, 
John Green, Geo. S. Milligan, jr., Samuel Bell, Isaac C. Morris, C. P. Ayre, 
W. F. Horwood, Thos. A. Pippy, Edward White. 

3. Pouch Cove— Rev. Jabez Hill, Chairman ; Clement Hudson, 
Charles Pippy, John B. Easterbrook, Matthew Butler, Thomas Hudson, 
John Churchill. 

4. Topsail — Rev. J. Heyfield, Chairman; Jos. Miller, Jas. Miller, 
J. J. Butler, Z. Fowler, Jos. Fowler, Thomas Hussey. 

5. Brigus — Rev. Geo. Paine, Chairman; John Bartlett, J. P. Thomp- 
son, J.P., Thomas Spracklin, H. T. Bartlett, W. Bartlett, Jno. Smith, J. P. 

6. Cdpids — Rev. W. Harris, Chairman; Jas. Butler, Nath'l LeDrew, 
Thomas Spracklin, Wm. Smith, H. S. Dawe, Samuel Dawe (of Henry), 
Solomon LeDrew, Nathan Norman. 

7. Clarke's Beach — Rev. W. Harris, Chairman; Francis Nose- 
worthy, J. P., Henry T. Hussey, Geo. Ralph, Joseph Moores, Thos. Snow, 
John C. Dawe. 

8. Port-de-Grave — Rev. W. Harris, Chairman; John Filyer, Sam'l 
Efford, A. Seely, Moses Batten, Robert Strange, George Richards. 

9. Bay Roberts — Rev. S. Matthews, Chairman; Isaac Mercer, Wni. 
Snow, Solomon French, George Mercer, Edmund Mercer, Wm. Belbin. 

10. Whitbourne — Rev. F. G. Willey, Chairman; Wilcox Spracklin, 
L. H. Simmons, Wm. Okc, Harold Leslie, Hugh McLellan. 

IL Harbor Grace — Rev. A. Hill, Chairman; Andrew Parsons, 
Edward Parsons, Robert Parsons, Robert French, Victor Parsons, George 
E. Stevenson. 

12. Carbonear — Rev. T. W. D. Dunn, Chairman; A. B. Boyle, M.D., 
N. Taylor, Wm. H. Soper, H. Cameron, J. P., Augustus Hopkins, Joseph 
Udell, James Peach, George Powell. 

13. Freshwater — Rev. T. H. James, Chairman; Geo. E. Parsons, 
Orestes Parsons, John Eveley, Wm. Parsons, James Case, Chas. H. Moore, 
W. T. Homer, John J. Moors. 

14. Blackhead — Rev. H. C. Hatcher, B.D., Chairman; Jabez LeGrow, 
Edward Hudson, Levi Hudson, Gregory Squires, Isaac King, John Cramm, 
Thomas Hudson, Thomas B. LeGrow. 

15. AVestern Bay — Rev. John Reay, Chairman; William Kennedv, 
N. Follett, John Halfyard, R. Sillars, S. Gillingham, Jos. Bishop, L. G. t. 
Crummey, Wm. G. Parsons. 

16. Lower Island Cove — Rev. R. W. Freeman, Chairman; J. Turner, 
Mark Puddister, Thos. Tucker, Thos. Cooper, Geo. Sparks. 

17. Old Perlican — Rev. James Nurse, Chairman; Stephen Cramm, 
Elias March, Joshua Benson, G. Howell, John Snelgrove, Joseph March. 

18. Hant's Harbor — Rev. T. W. Atkinson, Chairman: John Brown, 
A. Sparks, E. Button, J. W. Janes, Mai. Short, F. Single. 

19. Heart's Content— Rev. S. Snowden, Chairman; R. Penney, 
S. Stentaford, Arch'd Rabbits, Peter Matthews, A. A. Thompson, Thomas 
Oates. 

20. Scilly Cove— Rev. S. Snowden, Chairman; John C. Green, Ed. 
J. Sansom, Moses Gregory, Nath'l Percy. 

21. Green's Harbor — Rev. J. Wilson, Chairman; Chas. Newhook, 
Samuel Brace, Hezekiah Burt, Elias Jerrett, Nathan Rowe, J. Taylor, 



132 Educational — Methodist Boards. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Distpiet Managers for 

22. Norman's Cove — Rev. F. G. Wiley, Chairman; Uriah Tliorne, 
George Piercy, Wni. Temple, Thomas Collins, John Reid. 

23. Random, South — Rev. E. Lewis, Chairman; Simeon Adey, Benj. 
Squires, Martin Gooby, James Frost, Eli Martin, John Blnndon. 

24. Britannia Cove — Rev. A. A. Holmes, Chairman ; Pierce Currie, 
N. March, Daniel Currie, John Vardy, Azariah Thistle, John Leawood. 

25. Random, North — Rev. James Pincock, Chairman; Caleb Tulk, 
Wm. Pelley, J. Pelley, T. Dalton, A. Smith, George Balsom. 

26. Trinity— Rev. J. C. Sidey, Chairman; Martin Bugden, Jas. Lucas, 
Wm. Ivany, Wm. DeGrish, Jas. Crocker, Arthur Christian. 

27. Catalina — Rev. W. Swann, Chairman; Wm. Pomeroy, B. Perry, 
Aubrey Crocker, Chas. Dalton. Ricliard Hicks, F. Snelgrove. 

28. BoNAVisTA — Rev. J. T. Newman, Chairman; John Roper, John 
Brown, Joseph Swyers, Jas. Groves, Pliilip Templeman, Jolm Reader, 
Hezekiah Abbott, George Saint. 

29. Elliston— Rev. H. J. Creasy, Chairman; Horatio Clontci-, Wm 
James Hill, James Gough, John Cole. 

30. MusGRAVETowN— Rev. E. Bronghton, Chairman; Elias Ivany, 
Robt. Reader, John Oldford, Thomas Pye, R. S. Oldford, George Crew. 

3L Glovertown— Rev. H. Miller, Chairman; John House, Josiah 
Butt, Ambrose Jane.s, E. Burry, Geo. Arnold, Wm. Diamond. 

32. Greenspond — Rev. J. E. Peters, B.A., Chairman; Joseph Davis, 
Wm. Davis, John T. Oakley, Wm. H. White, Samuel Hoddinot, Arthur 
Vivian, Wm. Lang, jr., Wm. Blackwood. 

33. Wesleyville— Rev. Henry J. Indoe, M.A., Chairman; J. Kean, 
P. Galton, Wm. Tiller, Chas. Hann, John Winsor, jr., Chas. Stretton. 

34. Newtown— Rev. H. J. Indoe, M.A., Chairman; Esau Stokes, 
Capt. G. Baibour, Kenneth Ridout, Jonathan Parsons. 

35. Mus^iRAVE Harbor— Rev. F. R. Matthews, B. A., Chairman; 
Mark Mouland, Simeon Guy, J. R. Whiteway, William Whiteway, jr., 
J. Goodyear, Jonathan Parsons. 

36. FoGO— Rev. J. J. Dnrrant, Chairman; Dr. Thomas Malcolm, Eli 
Cull, John W. Hodge, J. P., Levi Perry, Titus Linfield, Alfred Pope. 

37. Seldom-Come-Ey— Rev. J. J.'Durrant, Chairman; Moses Holmes, 
S. Anthony, Mark Penney, R. Penney. 

38. Rocky Bay— Rev. S. Bennett, Chairman; John Perry, Edwin 
Tulk, Chas. White, Fred. Scott, George Perry, Nath'l Blake. 

39. Herring Neck— Rev. C. Howse, Chairman; Thos. Blandford, 
Ab. Hurley, John White, Elijah Elliott, Elijah French, Thos. Tizzard. 

40. Change Islands- Rev. Wm. Patterson, Cliairman ; Archibald 
Elliott, Francis Taylor, John Porter, S. Roberts, J. P., John Elliott, S. P. 
Ginn. 

4L Twillingate— Rev. C. Howse, Chairman ; Arch. Roberts, Wm. 
Ashbourne, J. P., Samuel Minty, A. Anstey, Charles Mayne, J. P., Peter 
Sam ways, George Roberts. 

42. Moreton's Harbor— Rev. W. H. Dotchon, Chairman; Tlieophilus 
Rideout, John Boyd, Titus Locke, Thomas French, Samuel Small, Eliiah 
Jennings, Jos. B. Osmond, A. Knight. 

43. Exploits— Rev. Edgar Taylor, Chairman; Jabez Manuel, Josiah 
Milley, Azariah Manuel, Adolph Yates, E. Sceviour, Henry Lacey. 



Echicational — Methodist Boards. 133 



the "New^ York Life Insurance Company." 



44. Lewisport— Rev, Edwin Moore, Chairman; Alfred Young, Nath. 
Turner, Stephen Janes, Thomas James, Thos. Manuel, Absalom Chalk. 

45. BoTWOODViLLE — Rev. W. A. Palmer, Chairman; Geo. A. Fowler, 
Kenneth Dean, Luke Manuel, Geo. Brown, Chas. LeDrew, John Peyton. 

46. Little Bay Island — Rev. Henry Scott, Chairman; J. Strong, 
S. Short, Geo. LeDrew, Archibald Simms, Chas. Wellman, Geo. Parsons, 
S. Short. 

47. Little Bay — Rev. R. Mercer, Chairman; James Boyde, Joseph 
H. Travenor, Geo. Clarke, Fred. Thistle, Ananias Yates, John Budden. 

48. Nipper's Harbor — Rev. A. Crossley, Chairman ; James Adams, 
Robt. Batstone, Hy. Knight, Azarilla Mills, Robert Upwards, Eli Sparkes. 

49. Tilt Cove — Rev. J. K. Curtis, B.A., Chairman; John Handcock, 
George Rideout, Benjamin Short, George Morgan, Wm. G. Adams, Henry 
J. Newman. 

50. Sound Island, Placentia Bay— Rev. S. Chancer, Chairman; 
Wm. H. Beck, James Beck, Alexander Hollett, Hy. T. Butt, Samuel J. 
Eddy, Samuel Stacev, Immer Williams, Colin Beck. 

51. Flat Islands, Placentia Bay— Rev. Charles R. Duriant, Chair- 
man; H. W. Crann, George Miller, James Hy. Loughlan, Wm. Loughlan, 
Walter Parsons. 

52. Burin— Rev. W. H. Browning, Chairman; Daniel Bishop, James 
Iiikpen, Robt. Vigus, Jas. B. Brushett, Geo. Collins, John Inkpen, Joseph 
Mitchell, James Moulton. 

53. Great Burin— Rev. W. H. Browning, Chairman; Cyrus Foote, 
Ed. M. Hollett, Henry Hallett, Ephraim Inkpen, Eli Brushett, William 
Inkpen, George Moulton, Wm. H. Hollett. 

54. Epworth— Rev. Thomas B. Darby, B.A., Chairman; Tliomas 
Bugden, Gabriel Goddard, Wm. Goddard, William Paul, Philip Hollett, 
Thomas Hodder. 

55. Fortune— Rev. J. J. Wheatley, Chairman; John E. Lake, A. W. 
Lake, John King, Robert Snook, Chas. Burton, Chas. Spencer. 

56. Grand Bank— Rev. J. Pratt, Chairman; G. R. Forsey, J.P., Wm. 
Forsey, G. Butfett, G. Bell, S. Harris, T. Foote, Charles Rose, John L. 
Patten. 

57. Garmsh — Rev. W. Hallings worth, Chairman; James Lorenzen, 
Eli Anstey, Richard Grandy, sr., Thomas Bond, John Hiscock, John 
Follett. 

58. BurCxEO— Rev. J. Pratt, Chairman; Chas.' Turpin, Joim Davidge, 
John Guy, Hugh Mattliews, Jos. Anderson, Wm. Harris. 

59. Petites— Rev. H. Godfrey, Chairman; Elias Maugei', W^illiam 
Courtney, Geo. Anderson, Samuel Billiard, Samuel Bennett, Jas. Mih-s. 

60. Channel— Rev. H. G. Coppin, Chairman; Thos. Ford, George 
W. Bragg, Edward Harris, Jos. Ford, Adam Powers, Frederic Cox. 

61. St. George's Bay— Rev. J. W. Bartlett, Chairman; N. Butt, 
J. Morris, A. Harvey, ji'., Edwaid Butt, Edward Cutler. 

62. Bay of Islands -Rev. R. L. Rowe, Chairman; Chas. P. Fariiell 
Augustus Penney, George Davis, sr., Samuel Moulton, Samuel Alien, Jas 
Hus^sey. 



134 Educational — Congreg'l and Salvation Army Boards. 
AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Agents fop Estey Organs. 

63. Bonne Bay— Rev. E. P. Ward, Chairman; A. Halfyard, William 
Strickland, Willis Clarke, I. Strickland, Wm. Moores, T. C. Duder, J. P. 

64. Flower's Cove — (Board to be appointed). 

65. St. Anthony — Rev. W. J. Morris, Chairman; Silas Clarke, Jolin 
Brewer, John Moore, J.P., Al. Pilgrim, Joseph Bussey, Thos. Penney. 

66. Englee — (Board to be appointed). 

67. Labrador, South — (Board to be appointed). 

68. Labrador, North — (Board to be appointed). 

Board of Examiners for giving Certificates of Qualification to Teachers. 



R. E. Halloway, B.A. 
H. C. Burchell, C.E. 



C. MacPlierson, and 

Superintendent of Methodist Schools. 



PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE. 

Directors— Rev. A. Robertson, Hon. Jas. Baird, Donald Morison, Jan)es 
Gordon, James 0. Fraser, D. Monroe, Esqrs. 
Prin cipal — And rew W i Ison. 
Intermediate and Primary Dejjartment — Miss Dunbar, Miss Hughes. 

Congregational Board of Education. 

St. John's— L. T. Chancey, Wm. J. Barnes, W. Martin, T. J. Dulev, 
W. H. Whiteley. 

TwillinciateS. Payne, jr., Andrew Grey, John Hodder, W. Baird, jr., 
G. B. Nott, Rev. J. Jones. 

Inspector — Rev. J. Thackeray 

Congregational Academy. 

Read Mistress- Miss Christian. 

Salvation Army Boards of Education. 

St. John's District— Brigadier Smeeton, Chairman ; Staff Captain 
McGillivray, J. Babcock, J. Tuft, G. Best, T. Cousins, J. Cook. 

Carbonear District— Brigadier Smeeton, Chairman; Adj. Gosling 
(Cajboneai), Capt. Moulron (Dildo), R. Pelly (Hant's Harbor),' C. Janes 
(Haut'.s Harbor). 

Bonavista District— Brigadier Smeeton, Chairman; Adj. Brown 
(Bonavista), Ensign Pitcher (Greenspond), S. Brown (Bonavista), F. G. 
Little (Bonavista). 

TwiLLiNGATE DISTRICT— Brigadier Smeeton, Chairman ; Ensign Burry 
(Twillingate), Ensign Baker (Botwoodville), J. Phillips (Twillingate) J J 
IManuels (Jackson's Cove). 

Southern District— Brigadier Smeeton, Chairman; Adj. Hiscock 
(Grand Bank), Ensign Bishop (Bonne Eav), W. Foote (Burin), J. Gosling 
(Burm). ' ® 



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OFFICE OF THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE. 
Office: Departmental Building. Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Nfld. 

Deputy Minister— C. H. Hutchings. 
Private Secretary — G. Hall. 
Messenger — F. White. 

SUPREME COURT. 

By Rule 2 of Order II. of the Act of the Session 1898, there are ap- 
pointed thx-ee sessions of the Supreme Court in St. John's, to be called 
respectively: — 

The Winter Session, commencing at the beginning of the second 
week* in January. 

The Spring Sbssion, commencing on the first of April; and 

The Fall Session, commencing on the first of October. 

The dates and periods of the sittings of the Court, the business to be 
transacted therein, and the vacations are, according to other rules of the 
same Order, as follows : — 

Winter Session. 

January : 2nd week — Sittings in banc. 3id week — Trials and hear- 
ings of civil causes and matters with witnesses, with or without juries. 

February : 1st week — Sittings in banc. 2nd week — Trials and hear- 
ings of civil causes and matters with witnesses, with or without juries. 
3rd week — Criminal trials. 

March ; 1st week — Sittings in banc. 2nd week — Trials and hearings 
of civil causes or matters with witnesses, with or without juries. 

The Spring Vacation. 



B}- Rule 1 of Order I. it is provided that the words '-first week," "second week," 
"third week" and "fourth week" of any month shall be held respectively to 
mean the days set forth in the following table : 



Supreme Court. 



137 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's-Lines and Twines. 



When the first day of 

the month falls on 

Sunday. 



When the first day of 

the month falls on 

Monday. 



When the first day of 
the month falls on 

any day except 
Sunday or Monday, 



First Week ...'From the 2nd to tlie'From the 1st to the 
7tb day of the month,! 6th day of the month, 
both days inrlusive. ! botli days inclusive. 



Second Week . 



Third Week, 



Fourth Week. 



From the 9th to the From the 8th to the 
14th day of the nio'h, 13th day of the nio'h, 
both days inclusive. both days inclusive. 



From the Ist to the 
7th day of the month, 
both days inclusive. 



From the 8th to the 
14th day of the mo'h, 
both days inclusive. 



From the 16th to the' From the 15th to the 
21st day of the mo'h, 20th day of the mo'h, 
both days inclusive. both days inclusive 



From the 23rd to the From the 22nd to the 
28th day of the mo'h, 27th day of the mo'h, 
both days inclusive. I both days inclusive. 



From the 15th to the 
21st day of the mo'h, 
both days inclusive. 



From the 22nd to the 
28th day of the mo'h, 
both days inclusive. 



Spring Session. 

April : 1st week — Sittings in l);inc. 2nd week — Trials and hearings 
of civil causes or matters, with or without juries. 

May : 1st week — Sittings in banc. 2ud week — Trials and hearings 
of civil causes or matters witli witnesses, with or without juries. 3rd week 
— Criminal trials. 

June : 1st week — Sittings in banc. 2nd week — Trials and hearings 
of civil causes or matters with witnesses, with or without juries. 4th week 
— Sittings in banc. 

The Long Vacation. 

Fall Session. 

October : 1st week — Sittings in banc. 2nd week — Trials and hear- 
ings of civil causes or matters with witnesses, with or without juries. 
3rd week — Criminal trials. 

November : 1st week -Sittings in banc. 2nd week — Trials and 
hearings of civil causes or matters with witnesses, with or without juries. 
3rd week — Criminal trials. 

December : 1st week — Sittings in banc. 2nd week -Trials and hear- 
ings of civil causes or matters with witnesses, with or without juries. 

The Christmas Vacation. 

N. B.^Sittings in banc include criminal matters. 
T 



138 Supreme Court. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Orders by Mail carefully executed. 

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 lOtli 
September. The Northern Circuit from about 10th September to 5th 
October ; and at Brigus, Harbor Grace and Carbonear, from about Novem- 
ber 22 to November 29. There is also a Spring Sitting in Harbor Grace 
about the last week in April. 

Judges and Officers of the Supreme Court. 

Chief Justice — Hon. William H. Horwood. 

Judges — Hon'bles Geoige H. Emerson and George M. Johnson. 

Registrar — D. M. Browning, K.c. 

Deputy Registrar — George J. Adams, j.p. 

Assistant Clerks — D, F. Kent, and S. Butler. 

Sheriff of Newfoundland — James Carter. 

Sub-Sheriff— WiWihm J. Carroll. 

Crier and Ti2}staff— John Burke. 

Law Society. 

President and Treasurer — Rt. Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway, k.c, k.c.m.g. 
Secretartj — D. M. Browning, k.c. 
Librarian — D. M. Browning, k.c. 

Benchers (ex officio) — Rt. Hon. Sir Wm. V. Whiteway, k.c, k.c.m.g. ; 
Sir J. S. Winter, k.c.,k.cm.g. ; D. Mori.son, k.c ; D. M. Browning, k.c 

Elective — D. J. Greene, k.c. ; Hon. E. P. Morris, k.c. ; M. W. Furlong ; 
J. A. Clift ; F. J. Morris ; J. M. Kent ; H. H. Carter. 

Masters. 

Rt. Hon. Sir W". V. Whiteway, K.c, k.c.m.g. ; Sir J. S. Winter, K.c, 
K.C.M.G. ; Alex. J. W. McNeily, K.c ; D. Jos. Greene, K.c : D. Morison, 
K.c ; Hon. E. P. Morris, k.c ; D. M. Browning, k.c 

Registrar of Deeds for Newfoundland. 
D. M. Browning, k.c 

King's Counsel (by seniority). 

Rt. Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway, ; A. 0. Hayward ; Sir J. S. Winter ; 
A. J. W. McNeily ; J. G. Conroy ; D. J. Greene'; D. Morison ; Hon. E. P. 
Morris ; A. B. Morine ; D. M. Browning. 

Practising Barristers and Solicitors (by seniority). 

Rt. Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway ; A. 0. Hayward ; Sir J. S. Winter ; 
A. J. W. McNeily ; D. J. Greene ; H. H. Carter ; D. Morison ; J. A. Clift ; 
Hon. E. P. Morris ; Frank D. Lilly ; H. E. Knight ; T. J. Murphy ; F. J. 



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Morris ; W. M. Clapp ; James J. Pitman ; P. J. Summers ; A. LeC. Ber- 
teau ; M. W. Furlong ; Chas. H. G. Emerson ; W. E. Wood ; C. H. Hutch- 
ings ; W. O'D. Kelly ; A. B. Morine ; J. M. Kent ; J. N. Cleary ; M. P. 
Gibbs ; Arthur W. Knight ; S. J. Foote ; Jas. J. McGrath ; F. A. Mews ; 
Charles O'N. Conroy ; John W. White; James P. Blackwood; John J. 
McCarthy ; J. A. W. McNeily : W. R. Warren ; G. W. Ayre. 



Practising Solicitors (by seniority). 

Sidney Blandford ; M. A. Kearney ; Geo. T. Carty. 

Commissioners of Supreme Court— within Newfoundland. 

Commissioners are authorized to take affidavits in any cause pending 
in the Supreme Court, and to take athdavits and acknowledgements in 
proof of deeds. Commissioners wliose names are italicized are also em- 
powered to issue Mesne Process. 



Bay Bulls — Joseph F. Williams. 
Ferryland — Thos. G. Morry. 

" — R. J. Freebairn. 
Fermeuse — John Walsh. 
Eeneivs — Gerald Jackman. 
Witless i^aj/^Patrick Smith. 
Trepassey — Robert Carey. 

" — J. L. Murphy. 
St. Manj's — Williain Hogan. 
St. Bride's — John Thos. Young. 
Salnionier — John Goff. 
Placentia — William O^Reilly. 

" -Edward Sinnott. 
Argentia — Alphonsus Keats. 
Harbor Buffett — Chas. D. Chambers. 
Isle Valen — Wm. F. Lockyer. 
Presque — Patrick Sullivan. 
Great Paradise — William Brown. 
Haystack — Thomas Whately. 
Oderin — Richard McGrath. 
Petit Forte — Patrick Cheeseman. 
Flat Islands— J&mes W. Bishop. 
Burin — Simeon Avery. 
St. Lawrence — Geo. Skiffington. 
Lawn — Joseph Benning. 
Lamaline — James Pitman. 
Grand Bank — Geo. R. Forsey. 
" —Dr. McDonald. 

—Geo. R. Buflett. 
St. Jacques — Charles Clinton. 
Belleoram — Arthur G. Cunningham. 
Pushthrough— John Camp. 
Harbor Briton — Philip Hubert. 
Gaw^fow— Richard Bradsha,w, 



Ramea — George Penney. 
Petites — Eldred Gosse. 
Burgeo — John Cunningham. 

" —George Q. Hunt. 
Rose Blanche — Richard Furneaux. 
Channel — Robert T. Squarey. 
Codroy — John Gillis. 
Little River — John F. Tompkins. 
Grand River — James Doyle. 
Robinson's Head — James E. Carter. 
St. George's — Richard MacDonnel. 

" — D. J. Bethune. 
Port-au-Port — Martin Hynes. 
Wood's Island, Bay of Islands — 

Loughlin McLean. 
Bay of Islands— Levi March. 
Bonne Bay — Thomas C. Duder. 

" —George W. Wilton. 
Flower's Cove — Stephen Pike. 
St. Anthony — John Moore. 
Conche — Edward L. Goff. 
La Scie— Daniel Duggan. 
Tilt Cove — William Cunningham. 
Nipper's Harbor— BqiV]. C. Bailey. 
Little Bay— J. B. Blandford. 
Little Bay Islands—Geo. Stewart. 
Pilley's Island — Horace H. Herbert. 
LeacUng Tickles — William lianning. 
New Bay — Peter Moores. 
Fortune Harbor — James Bingham. 
Bottvoodville—RsLVvy Burt. 
Norris Arm— Charles Pittman. 
Exploits— Wm. ^Y. Bradley. 
Leinsport — Alfred Young. 



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Twillingate — Andrew Pearce. 

" —Thomas Peyton. 

" — Francis Berteau. 

Moreton's Harbor — J. Sol. Colbourne. 
Fogo — Thomas Malcolm. 
Barr'd islands — T. M. Anthony. 
Tilton Harbor — P. J. Bryan. 
Seldom-Come- By — Philip Newell. 
Change Islands — Justinian Dowell. 
Gander Bay — George L. Phillips. 
Musgrave Harbor — John B. Wheeler. 
Pinchard's Island — Moses Davis. 
Wesleyville — Samuel Winsor. 
PooVs Island — Henry B. Chafe. 
Greenspond — Isaac J. Mifflen. 

" —Fred. White. 
Glovertoum — Victor Boach. 
Gambo — John Murphy. 
Brooklyn — Thomas Howe. 
Salvage — William Tulk. 
Alexander Bay — Ambrose Jeans. 
King's Cove — P. Levesconte. 

" — Bernard McGrath. 

Bonavisfa—T. W. Stabb. 
Catalina — Frederick Somerton. 
Salmon Gove — Obadiah Lang. 
Trinity — George R. Lilly. 
British Harbor- -Henry Gardner. 
Bonaventure — Llezekiah King. 
Gooseberry Cove — William Balsoni. 
Northern Bight — Edmund Benson. 
Britannia Gove — David Currie. 
Shoal Harbor — Caleb Tnlk. 
Clarenville — A. C. Pittman. 
Foster's Point — John Leawood. 

St. John's- 



Bay Bull's Arm—Thos. P. French. 
Whitbonrne — Wilcox Spracklin. 
New Harbor — George Bussey. 
Heart's Delight — J. G. Hodder. 
Heart's Content — C. Gaden Rendell. 
Neio Perlican — Luke Pittman. 
Hint's Harbor— T. G. Seeley. 
Old Perlican — George Tuff. 

" —Ellas March. 

Bay-de-Verde— Ihch-dGl O'Neill. 
Lower Island Cove — George Cooper. 
Blackhead — John C. ^[oores. 
Western Bay — John Lynch. 
Carbonear — Joseph Mackey. 

" — Alfred Penney. 
Harbor Grace — Wm. J. Lynch. 
"' — A. H. Seymour. 

" — M. A. Kearney. 

Spaniard's Bay — Jssse Gosse. 
Bay Roberts — John Jardine. 

' « — Wm. H. G. Bursell. 

Port-de-Grave — George S. Andrews. 
Brigus — Samuel E. Chal'e. 

" — Jabez Thompson. 
Conception Harbor — ISIich'l Hillyard. 
Harbor Main — Edward Murray. 
Holyrood — Richard Dwyer. 
Middle Bight— Y. F. Furneaux. 
Bell Island— T. P. O'Donnell. 
Torbay— Terence C. Kennedy. 
; Portugal Cove — Warwick Smith. 
; Petty Harbor — Henry Bishop. 
\ St. John'.^—D. M. Browning, K.C. 
" —Geo. J. Adams. 
— D. F. Kent. 
-Simon Butler. 



Commissioners of Supreme Court -without Newfoundland. 

England — 

London — Adcock, Edv.'ard, Solicitor— 3, Circus Place, Finsbury, E. C. 
Worsfield, T. S., 9 Staples Inn, Solicitor. Browning, T. B.,'l8 Bury 
Street, W.C. Chaplin, Nugent, 9 Lincoln's Inn Fields. Hayward, 
H. A., 10 Norfolk St., Strand. Heales, Alfred, Solicitor— lb Knight- 
rider St., Doctor's Commons. Harris, Wilnint M., Notary Public— 
17 Gracechurch St. McDiarmid, Jabez, 5 Newman Court, Cornhill. 
London, E.G. Parish, Fred., 23 Saint Swithen's Lane. Philpott, 
Fred. F., Solicitor— 12 Bedford Row, W.C. Warren, Geo. F., Notary 
Public— 11 Gracechurch St. W^olnough, Walter W., 68a Lincoln's 
Inn Fields. Williams, Monier F. Monier, Great Tower St., E.C., (i & 7. 

Nor/olk-Yov^ter, William, Aylsham, Solicitor.. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Groceries. 

Liverpool — Pennington, Thos. R., Solicitor — Presidential Assurance Build- 
ings, 36 Dale Street. 

Plymouth — Matthews, Coryndon, Solicitor, Frankfort Chambers. 

Torquay — Hooper, H., Dundee, Solicitor. 

Southampton — Linthorn, R. R., Solicitor, 4 Portland Place. 

Towcester, Northampton — Percival, Thomas L., Solicitor. 

Birmingham — Pinsent, Hume C, 6 TJennett's Hill. Svvinson, Frederick, 
Solicitor, 8h Waterloo Street. 

Exeter-~Clsii:>p,'Cedl R. M. 

Manchester — Hilton, Wm. H., Solicitor,, Dale Road, Sale, near Manchester. 

Bristol — Parr, Thomas, Solicitor. 

Teignmouth — Tozer, Edward John, Solicitor. 

Ireland — 
Waterford- -Kent, Patrick, Solicitor, No. 12, The Mall. 
Dublin— liitiie, Francis J., Solicitor, 3 Bushey Park Rd., Rathgate, Dublin. 

Scotland — 
Edinburgh — McLaren, William A,, Solicitor. Leahy, Arthur, Solicitor, 

Chambers, 29 Queen Street. Hamilton, Maxwell, W. S. 
Glasgow — Paterson, J., Solicitor. McKinlay, Wm., 67 W. -Regent St. 

Dominion op Canada — 
Charlottetown, P.E.I. — Haszard, Francis L., Barrister. 
Fredericton, New Brunswick — Winslow, Edward B., Barrister. 
St. John, N.B.~ Jilacrae, A. W., Barrister, 77 Prince William Street. 
Sydneif, Cape Breton — McEachren, Alexander J. G., Solicitor. 
N. Sydney — Phoran, M. J. Moseley, H. C, Barrister. 
Halifax, N.S. — Parsons, Jonathan, Barrister. Chisholm, J. M. 
Parrsboro — Mackenna, H. W., Solicitor. 
Montrecd, P. Q. Morris, William, Advocate. McDougall, Duncan LI., 

245 Sacrament Street, Advocate. Monk, Alfred, Advocate. White, 

John, Advocate. Davidson. Peers, Advocate. Curran, Francis, 180 St. 

James Street. 
QMcfiff^Dunbai', James, Barrister. Gibsone, Wm. C, Advocate. 
Toronto, Ont.—Eoy\e^,l^.W.; Moffat, F. C. ; Ogden, Albert. ; Smeeton, 

A. E. ; Macdonnell, A. Maclean. 
New IVestmivsIn; British Columbia — Hart, Fred., Commission Merchant. 
Kingston, Ontario — Whiting, John L., Barrister. 

United States of America — 
Bostoji, Massachusetts— Adum?, Charles H., 3 Court Street. Foster, A. D., 

New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. Building, Post Office Square. 

Shaw, Charles A., 11 Court Street. Torrey, Arthur R., 23 Court St. 
New York Ctty— Braman, Joseph B., Counsellor-at-Latv, Room 17, Boreel 

Building, 115 Broadway. Woods, Edwin B., 50, Wall St. Richards, 

William E., 2D3, Broadway. Carter, Leslie T., 96, Broadway, Coun- 

sellor-at-Law. White, AVa'llace, 305 Broadway. 
Brooklyn — Woods, Edwin B. 
Philadelphia— Hunt, Thomas J., Counsellor-at-Laic, 623, Walnut Street. 

MacAUistei', Rockland, Maine, Cnmsellor-at-Law, 

St. Pierre— 
(Sf, Pierre— Henrv CUiltoil. 



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

Commissioners of Affidavits in the Island of Newfoundland 
for British Colonies. 

A. 0. Haywarcl, Esq., K.C., Victoria (Australia), Nova Scotia, New 
Brunswick. 

A. Le C. Berteau, Nova Scotia. 

Deputy Sheriffs in Southern Districts. 



Residence. 



District. 



Name. 



Bay Bulls 

ToadjS Cove 

Mobile 

Cape Bioyle 

Feirylaud 

Feimeuse 

Renews 

Witless Bay 

Trepassey 

St. Ma)v''s 

St. Bride's 

Branche 

Salinoin'er 

Placeiitia 

Argeiitia 

Harbor Bnffett 

IkIb Valeu 

Presque 

Oderiu 

Petit Forte 

Black River 

Sound Island 

Flat Island 

Burin 

St. Lawrence 

Lawn 

Lamaline 

Grand Bank 

St. Jac(pies 

Belleorani 

Puslitlirnugh ■ 

Harbor Breton 

Raniea 

Petites 

Biirgeo 

Rose Blanche 

Cliannel 

Codroy 



Ferry land 



Placentia and St. Mary' 



Burin 



Fortune Bay 



Burgeo and La Poile 



St, George 



John T. Fitzgerald. 

George Geary. 
AVilliam Trainor. 



M. Mahonev. 



Francis R. Curtis. 
A. Collins. 



Thomas Sullivan. 
Peter Manning. 



H. T. Butt. 
Howard Parsons. 
Stephen White. 
Cyrus Beck, sr. 
Joseph Murphv. 
William G. Pittman. 
Eli Harris. 



William Grandy. 
Joseph Camp. 
Benjamin Chapman. 



James Moulton. 
Prosper A. Garden. 
James H. Wilcox. 
Henry Gallop. 



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Deputy Sheriffs in Southern Districts— (Continued). 



Residence. 



District. 



Name. 



Little River 
Grand River 
Robinson's Head 
St. George 
Port-au-Port 
Wood's Island 
Bay of Islands 
Bonne Bay 
Flower's Cove 



St. George 



St. Barbe 



Thomas B. Duyle. 
Abram Tilley 
M. E. Messervey. 

Simeon Jennex. 
Jos. L. Gilker. 
Geo. Hallyard. 



Northern Districts. 



Residence. 



District. 



Name. 



St. Anthony . . 
Conche 
La Scie 
Tilt Cove 
Nipper's Harbor 
Little Bay 
Little Bay Islands 
Pilley's Island 
Leading Tickles 
New Bay 
Botwoo' Iville 
Norris Arm 
Exploits 
Lewisport 
Twillingate 
Morton's Harbor 
Fogo 

Barr'd Islands 
Tilton Harbor 
Seldom-come-by 
Change Ishands 
Gander Bay ... 
Musgrave Harbor 
Pinchard's Island 

Wesley ville ... 

Pool's Island ... 
Greenspond ... 



St. Barbe 



Twillingate 



Fogo 



Bonavista 



James Johnson. 



William A. Toms. 
Constable Thos. Walsh 



Thos. E. Wells. 



Thomas Roberts. 



Peter Moores. 
J. T. Bendle. 



George S. Lilly. 
Alfred G. Young. 
William Baird. 



Clarence Fitzgerald 
George Fo.^ter. 



Philip Perry. 

Robert Pike. 
Adam Bradley. 
Jacob Hefferton. 
William Sainsburv. 
Peter Roberts. 

Thomas Wornell. 



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AYRE & SONS, 


St. John's— Best place to buy Dry Goods. 


Deputy Sheriffs in Northern Districts 


— (Continued). 


Residence. 


District. 


Name. 


Gloveitown 


Bonavista 


Charles Kean. 


Oanibo 


(C 


Samuel Kelly. 


Brooklyn 


(( 






Salvage 


ii 


John Burden. 


Alexander Bay 


t£ 


John Ralph. 


King's Cove 


11 


Thomas Curti.s. 


Bonavista 


11 


J. S. Rowsell. 


Catalina 


Trinity 


Isaac Manuel. 


Salmon Cove 


11 




Tii;:ity ..' '.'.'. 


It 


Richard Spence. 


Rritisli M;ifl>f)r 


11 




Bona venture ... 


11 


Noah Miller. 


Gooseberry Cove 


11 




Northern Bight 


11 


Edmund Benson. 


Britannia Cove 


11 


R. Currie. 


Shoal Harbor 


11 


Caleb Tuck. 


Clarenville 


11 


George Janes. 


Fo.ster's Point 


u 


George Leawood. 


Bay Bulls' Arm 


u 


Thos. P. French. 


Wliitbourne ... 


" ... .!! 


Elicl >i use-worthy. 


New Harbor ... 


11 


George Bussey. 


Heart's Delight 
Heart's Content 


it 


O *.' 


11 


Charles G. Rendell. 


New Perl i can 


11 
11 




Hant's Harbor 


A. Targett. 


Old Perlican ... 


11 


Moses Bursey. 


Bay-de-Verde 


Bay-de-Verde 


Reuben Curtis. 


Lower Island Cove ... 


11 


Eli Garland. 


Blackhead 


11 

u 




Western Bay 


Ewen Kennedy. 


Carbonear 


Carbonear 


Ernest Forward. 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace 


John Trapnell. 


Spaniard's Bay 


u 


Jesse Gosse. 


Bay Roberts 


11 


A. Hierlihv. 


Poit-de-Grave 


Port-de-Grave 

11 

11 


*■ 


Claike's Beach 




Brigus 


Benjamin Butler. 


Conception Harbor ... 


Harbor Main 


William Cole. 


Harl)or Main 


11 


James Murphy. 


Holyrood 


11 

... ... 


William Maher. 


Middle Bignt 


11 


William Butler, sr. 


Bell Island 


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

11 




Portugal Cove 


Edward Harding. 



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Bailiffs in St. John's. 

James Roil, James Kelly Burke. 

DISTRICT COURTS. 

Central District Court, Judge — James G. Conroy, K.C. 

" " Clerk— L J. Flannery, Barrister, J.P. 

Harbor Grace District Court, Judge — Alfred H. Sevmour. 

Cleric— W. J. Lynch. " 

STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES. 



La Scie — D. Duggan. 

Little Bay and Pilley's Island — 

James B. Blandford. 
Tivillingate — Francis Berteau. 
Fogo—'Dr. T. Malcolm. 
Greenspond — I. J. Mifflen. 
Bonavista — Thomas W. Stabb. 
Trinity— Q. R. Lilly. 
Old Perlican— Geo. R. Tuff. 
Carhonear — Alfred Penney. 
Harbor Grace — A. H. Seymour. 
Brigus — J. P. Thompson. 
Harbor Main — E. Murray. 
Bell Island— T. P. O'Donnell. 



St. John's — J. G. Conroy, K.C. 
Ferryland — Dr. R. J. Freebairn. 
Trepassey — Dr. Robert H. Carey. 
St. Alary' s — Dr. Wm. Hogan. 
Placentia—W. F. O'Reilly. 
Presque — Patrick Sullivan. 
Oderin — Richard McGrath. 
Burin — S. Avery. 
Grand Banlc — G. R. Forsey. 
Harbor Briton — P. Hubert. 
Channel — R. T. Squarey. 
St. George's Bay — R. MacDonnel. 
Bay of Islands — L. March. 
Bonne Bay — T. C. Duder. 



Clerks of the Peace. 

Central District, St. John's — John J. Flannery, '-'iP. 
Harbor Grace — W. L. Lynch. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

(Arranged alphabetically). 

For the Colony. 

The officers in command of war ships and the first lieutenants of the 
same receive Commissions to act as Justices of the Peace whilst engaged 
in the protection of fisheries. 



Name. 



Residence. 



The Judges of the Supreme Court 

and all Stipendiary Magistrates. 
Apsey, John F. 
Ashbourne, W. 
Berteau, F. C. 
Blandford, Hon. S. 
Bonia, Patrick 



Harbor Grace. 
Twillingate. 
St. John's. 

Placentia. 



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Justices of the Peace— (Continued). 


Name. Re.sidbnce. 



Burgess. J. E. 

Bradley, W.W. 

Buffett, G. A. 

Garty, Paul 

Chafe, G. 

Clement, Henry 

Clinton, Charles 

Collins, William 

Cunningham, J. 

Dawe, Captain Henry 

Devereux, E. 

Dodd, Charles 

Donnelly, Hon. W. J. S. ... 

Doyle, E. 

Dwver, Richard 

Edgar, E. 

Flannery, J. J. 

Fisher, C. 

Fortescue, M. 

Frost, N. 

Furneaux, Francis 

Gerrett, G. C. 

Grenfell, Wilfred T. 

Gushue, G. W. 

Halliburton, H. H. 

Hardy, J. T. 

Jackman, J. M. 

Janep, J. W. 

Jardine, John 

Jones, W. E., M.D. 

Keats, Alphonsus 

Kennedy, E. R. 

Le Vesconte, C, M.D. 

MacDonald, A., M.D. 

Marshall, J no. 

Moore, J. T. 

Moore, James H. 

McCombie, Charles 

McCowen, J. R. 

McGrath, Bernard 

McRae, Roderick 

Norris, James 

Noseworthy, Francis 

O'Reilly, J. J. 

O'Reilly, John 



Bain Harbor. 

Lewisport. 

Grand Bank. 

St. John's. 

Codroy. 

Burgeo. 

St. Jacques. 

Burin. 

Burgeo. 

Bay Roberts. 

St." John's. 

Log Cabin, Spruce Brook. 

St. John's. 

Holyrood. 

Greenspond. 

St. John's. 

Corner Brook, Bay of Islands. 

Ipplepen, Devon, England. 

Northern Bight. 

Kelligrews. 

Brigus. 

St. Anthony. 

St. John's and Whitbourne. 

Gravels, Port-au-Port. 

Harbor Briton. 

Tilt Gove. 

Hant's Harbor. 

Bay Roberts. 

Avondale. 

Little Placentia. 

Conception Harbor. 

i\ ing's Cove. 

G.and Bank. 

Burin. 

St. Anthony. 

Heart's Content. 

Glenwood. 

St. John's. 

King's Cove, B. B. 

Harbor Grace. 

Notre Dame Bay. 

North River, Port-de-Grave. 

St. John's. 

Placentia. 



Jiistices of the Peace. 



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Justices of the Peace— (Continued). 



Name. 



Residence. 



Parsons, Moses 


New Harbor. 


Paul, William 


Burin. 


Payn, W. B. 


St. John's. 


Pike, Stephen B. 


Flower's Cove. 


Pike, Mark 


Port-aux-Basques. 


Rabbitts, John 


Brigus. 


Rive, Walter 


Gaultois. 


Roberts, S. 


Ghange Islands. 


Robinson, J. A. 


St. John's. 


Rogerson, Hon. J. J. 


(( 


Scott, W. J. 


Twillingate. 


Shea, Hon. Sir E. D. 


St. John's. 


Simpson, R. 


Carbonear. 


Smith, G. 


Brigus. 


Smith, Dr. H. K. 


Bay Bulls. 


Sullivan, J. 


St. John's. 


Vallance, F. J. 


(( 


Veitch, John 


Holy rood. 


Walsh, P. 


St. Mary's. 


Waterman, J. C. 


Change Islands. 


Watson, J. H. 


St. John's. 


White, John 


Catalina. 


Whiteway, R. H. 


St. John'.s. 


Whiteley, A. L. 


a 


Whitman, F. E. 


Glen wood. 


Wilway, Dr. F. W 


Labrador. 



For the Northern and Southern Districts. 
Adams, G. J. ... ... ... | St. John's. 



Alcock, Azariah 
Aspland, W. H. G., 
Bemister, Reuben 
Brown, James 
Burt, Harry 
Burke, Patrick 
Bursell, George 
Button, Moses 
Burden, James 
Cameron, Hugh 
Colbourne, Josiah 
Croucher, John T. 



For the Northern District. 



M.D. 



Griguet. 

Harbor Grace. 

New Perlican. 

Bonavista. 

Botwoodville. 

Little Bay. 

Bay Roberts. 

Russell's Cove, Trinity Bay. 

Salvage. 

Carbonear. 

Twillingate. 

Trinity. 



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Justices of the Peace— (Continued). 



Name. 


Residence. 


Connors, Timothy 


Cottell's Island, St. Brendan's. 


Currie, David 


Britannia Cove. 


Cunningham, William 


Tilt Cove. 


Cook, John 


Heart's Content. 


Davis, M. 


Pinchard's Island. 


Da we, Charles 


Bay Roberts. 


Earle, Henry 


Fogo. 


Garland, William 


Pilley's Island. 


Greene, Daniel J. 


Harbor Grace. 


Haines, George 


James Cove, Bonavista. 


Hodge, Richard D. 


Twillingate. 


Hodge, John W. 


Fogo. 


Howson, J. B. 


Little Bay Mines. 


Hudson, A. G. 


Lower Island Cove. 


Janes, Ambrose 


Gooseberry Island. 


Kean, A. 


Pool's I'd, Norton's C'e and St. John's 


Lockyer, James 


Herring Neck. 


Lynch, W. J. 


Harbor Grace. 


Moore, George E. 


Blackhead. 


Mackey, Laurence 


Carbonear. 


Mackey, Joseph 


u 


Manuel, Josiah 


Exploits. 


McGrath, Johu 


King's Cove. 


Moulton, G. A. 


Carbonear. 


Murphy, John 


Gambo. 


Mayne,'W. C. 


Twillingate. 


Mercer, Isaac 


Bay Roberts. 


Osmond, Mark 


Moieton's Harbor. 


Penney, Richard A. 


Heart's Content. 


Penney, Edward 


Keels. 


Phillips, G. 


Gander Bay. 


Roper, John 


Bonavista. 


Ryan, Edward J. 


King's Cove. 


Ryan, D. A. 


a 


Ryan, James 


Bonavista. 


Ryan, N. B. 


(( 


Saint, Jabez 


a 


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. 


Somerton, Fred. 


u 


Templeman, Philip 


Bonavista. 



Justices of the Peace. 



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Justices of the Peace — (Continued). 



Name. 


Residence. 


Thompson, Wm. H. 


Harbor Grace. 


Tulk, William 






Salvage. 


Watson, Ellis C. 






St. John's. 


Wheeler, J. B. 






Musgrave Harbor. 


White, Frederick 






Greenspond. 


White, Dr. Robert 






Trinity. 


Winsor, Thomas 






Exploits. 


Winsor, William 






Wesleyville. 



For the Southern District. 



Bagg, William H. 
Bishop, James H. 
Bradshaw, John P. 
Brinston, Emanuel 
Burke, Denis 
Chambers, Charles D. 
Cotter, George J. 
Doyle, James 
Furneaux, Richard 
Gillis, John 
Haddon, Henry J. 
Hirst, Edward 
Hntchings, James 
Inkpen,* James, jr. 
LeMessurier, Henry W. 
LeScelleur, Joseph 
Monlton, Robert 
Murphy James L. 
Murphy, Patiick 
Parsons, Ricliard H. 
Pittman, Cyrus C. 
Penney, George 
Roach, J. F. 
Sinnott, Edward 
Small, Joseph 
Winsor, John 
Wilton, G. W. 



Bay of Islands. 

Flat Islands, Placentia Bay. 

Placeniia. 

Sound Island, Placentia Bay. 

St. Jacques. 

Harbor Buffett. 

Isle-aux-Morts. 

Codroy. 

Rose Blanche. 

Codroy. 

Fortune. 

Bay St. George. 

Channel. 

Burin. 

St. John's. 

La Poile. 

Burgeo. 

Trepassey. 

Little Placentia. 

Channel. 

Lamaline. 

Ramea. 

Branch. 

Placentia. 

Burgeo. 

Ferrylaiid. 

Bonne Bay. 



Labrador. 



McPherson, Cluny, M.D. 
Fraser, James) 



Red Bay, Labrador. 
Rigolet, Labrador, 



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AYRE 66 SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Pianos 66 Organs. 


NOTARIES. 


Name. 


Jurisdiction. 


Place of 
Residence. 



Ashbourne, William 
Aver3', Simeon, J.P. 
Barron, Laurence . 
Berteau, Francis, J 
Berteau, A. LeC. . 
Brown, R. 
Burt, Henry 
Carter, James 
Clift, J. Augustus . 
Coady, J. B. 
Collins, James J. . 
Dickinson, Gustavus H. 
Doyle, Edward 
Emerson. Charles H 
Forsey, G. R, J.P. 
Gibb?, M. P. 
Gillard, John T. 
Greene, Hon. D. J., K.C. 
Hart, John 
Hay ward, A. 0., K.C 
Hirst, Edward 
Hunt, George Q. . 
Hutchings, C. H. . 
Jardine, John 
Kearney, M. O. 
Keating, J. W. 
Keats, Alphonsus . 
Knight, H. E. 
Kelly, J W. 0'D.]1. 
Lilly, George R. . 
Lockyer, J. D. 
Mackey, J. 
Malcolm, T., J.P. . 
March, Levi, J.P. . 
McCoubrey, Henry B. 
Mare, Robert L. . 
Mifflen, I. J. 
Montgomery, J. H. 
Morine, A. *B., K.C. 
McNeily, A. J. W., K.C. 
Noel, John Legge ... 
Percy, John K. 
Peyton, Thomas ... 
Provrse. Robert H. 
Rendell, A. S, 



, 'giuof: 



Island 

Southern District 
Island 

a 

Northern District 
Island 


Twillingate. 
Burin. 
Carbonear. 
Twillingate. 
St. John's. 
Bonavista. 
Botwoodville. 
St. John's. 


Northern District 
Island 


Little Bay. 
St. John's. 


Northern District 
Island 

i( 

11 


It 

11 

Grand Bank. 

St. John's. 

11 


a 

Northern District 

Island 

Southern District 

Island 

11 

Northern District 

11 11 

Island 

Southern District 

Island 

11 


II 

King's Cove. 

St. John's. 

St. George's Bay 

Burgeo. 

St. John's. 

Bay Roberts. 

Harbor Grace. 

Channel. 

Placentia. 

St. John's. 


11 

u 

Northern District 

11 11 

Island 

11 

11 


Trinity. 

Herring Neck. 

Carbonear. 

Fogo. 

Bav of Islands. 

St.' John's. 


11 

11 
11 


Greenspond. 

St. John's. 

11 


11 

Northern District 

Island 

11 

11 


11 

Carbonear. 
St. John's. 
Twillingate. 
St. John's. 



int 



Notaries — Constabulary. 



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Notaries— (Continued). 



Name. 


Jurisdiction. 


Place op 
Residence. 


Reiiouf, C. H. 


Island 


St. John's. 


Robinson, J. A. 


(1 


u 


Scott, Wm. J. 


Northern District 


Twiljinrjate. 


Squarcy, Robert T., J. P. ... 


Island 


Channel. 


Thompson, J. P., J. P. 


a 


Brigus. 


Weeks, Hamilton ... 


Southern District 


Bav Bulls. 


Whiteway, Right Hon. Sir ] 
W. v.. K.C. i 


Island 


St. John's. 


White, Charles 


Northern District 


Twillingair. 


AVilton, G. W 


Southern District 


Bonne Bav. 


Winter, Sir J. S., K.C. 


Island 


St. John's. 



CONSTABULARY. 

OFFICE : FORT TOWNSHEND, ST. JOHN's. 

Inspector- General— John R. McCowen, j.p., a.d.c. 
Superintendent — John Sullivan, j.p. 
Secretary and Accountant — George Coughlan. 



Allocation of Districts and how manned. 
Central Station, No. 1. 



Inspect or-General 
Superintendent 
District Inspector 



Sergeants 
Detectives 
Constables 



3 

1 
16 



Eastern Station, No. 2. 



Sergeants 
Constables 



Total Force 



I Western Station, No. 3. 

2 1 Head Constables 1 

11 Sergeants (Acting) l 

! Constables ... ... ... 8 

. . 44 men. 



Harbor Grace Force. 

District Inspector 1 

Sergeant ... ... ... 1 

Constables ... ... ..- 6 

Total 8 



Carbonear Force. 



Sergeant 
Constables 



Total 



... 1 
... 3 



.. 4 



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Constahidary. 



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St. John's— Agents for Ludwig Pianos. 




Inspector-General 
Superintendent 
District Inspectors 
Head Constables 
Sergeants 


Recapitulation. 

1 Acting Sergeants 

1 Clerk 

2 Constables 

3 

9 Total Force 


. 4 
. 1 
. 73 

. 93 



m., first relief. 



Hours on and Hours off Duty. 

On Duty. 

Early Duty — From 6 a. m. to 10 a. m. 
Day Duty — From 10 a. m. to 2 p. 

" --From 2 p. m. to 6 p. m., second relief. 

" — From 7 p. m. till lip. m., all available. 

Night Duty — From lip. m. to 6 a. m. 

Off Duty. 

Early Duty — From 11a. m. to 2 p. m. 

Day Duty — From 10 a. m. to 2 p. m,, second relief. 

" — From 2 p. m. to 6 p. m., first relief. 

Early Duty — Fi-om 2 p. m. till following morning to 10 a. ni. 
Night Duty — From 2 p. m. till following morning to 10 a. m. 
" — From 6 a. m. to 11 p. m. 

N. B. — The above rules apply also to Harbor Grace. 



Outport Stations. 



Locality. 




Local Constables. 



Tilt Cove 

Little Bay 

Millertown 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Musgrave Harbor 

Wesleyvile 

Greenspond 

Gambo 

Salvage 

Tickle Cove 

King's Cove 

Bonavista 

Catalina 

Trinity 

Whitbourne 

Heart's Content 



Constable Thos. Walsh. 
Constable A. Anthony. 
Sergeant P. Lacey. 
Head Constable N. Petten. 
Constable Wm. Shave. 
Constable S. Mitchard. 
Constable T. McBay. 
Constable John Crane. 
Constable J. Ryan* 



Constable Thos. Murphy. 
Constable Wm. Long. 
Constable Arch. Gardner. 
Constable John Ryan .... 
Acting Sergeant Cox. 
Head Constable Bailey . . . 



Andrew Oldford. 
Adam C. Skeffington. 



R. Spence. 
Charles Rendell. 





Gonstabulanj. 


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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Agents for Fappand Organs. 


Outport Stations— (Continued). 


Locality. 


Police Force. 


Local Constables. 



Hant's Harbor 
Old Perlican 
Lower Island Cove. 

Carbonear -! 



Harbor Grace 4 

Spaniard's Bay 

Bay Roberts 

North River 

Brigus 

Conception Harbor.. 

Harbor Main 

Holyrood 

Manuel's 

Bell Isle 

Portugal Cove 

Bay Bulls 

Cape Broyle 

Ferryland 

Renews 

Fermeuse 

Trepassey 

St. Mary's 

Branch 

Great Placentia 

Oderin 

Burin 

St. Lawience 

Lamaline 

Fortune 

Grand Bank 

Harbur Briton 

Rose Blanche 

Burgeo 

Channel 

Bay St. George 

Bay of Islands 

Bonne Bay 



Constable Alex. Dwyer. 



John P. Green. 
H. Garland. 



Sergeant A. Newhook, 

and three Constables. 
District Insp. Bartlett, 
Sergeant Freeman, and 
six Constables. 

Robert Seymour. 
iConstable R. J. Wells 

Constable John Ryan 1 William Fillier. 

Constable B. Bishop Benjamin Butler. 

Constable M. Sullivan. 

James Murphy. 

George Squires. 

Wm. Hibbs. 



lActing Sergeant Loughlin. 
I Constable Wm. 6'Farreii. 



Constable Andrew Fahey, 
Constable Thos. Green. 

Cleary 



Sergeant R 



Constable James Brennan. 
Constable William Chafe. 
Constable D. Flynn. 
Sergeant James Kent. 
Constable M. Quirk. 
Constable Stephen White. 



J. Sullivan, sr. 
Edward Johnson. 
D. Trainor. 
George Sutton. 



Constable A. March 

Constable George Bennett. 
Constable George Bartlett. 



Sergeant A. Kelland. 
Constable Levi Sheppard. 
Constable Geo. Goodland. 
Sergeant Josiah Sheppard. 
Constable T. Forsey. 



E. Pike. 

Wm. G. Pittman. 

Charles Hillier. 



Jas. Le Moine. 



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i\re l)cpartment — Penitentiary. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Distpiet Manag-eps for 



CONSTABULARY FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent — Michael Dunn. 

District Chiefs — Ford Winsor ; James Treble ; Patrick Kane. 



Central Station, No. 1. 

1 District Chief. 
1 Engineer. 
9 Constables. 
43 "Reserve" men. 
7 Horses and equipments. 
1 Steam Fire Engine. 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 



Chemical Engine. 
Set of Extension Ladders. 
Hose Reels. 
Express Waggon. 
Hose Waggon. 

Salvage and Ambulance Waggon. 
19 ', Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxes. 



Eastern Station, No. 2. 

1 District Chief. 
5 Men. 
21 " Reserve" men. 
3 Horses and equipments. 

1 Steam Fiie Engine. 

2 Hose Reels. 
1 Waggon. 

I Set of Extension Ladders. 
14 "Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxes. 



Western Station, No. 3. 
1 District Chief. 
I Engineer. 
6 Men. 
23 "Reserve" men. 
4 Horses and equipments. 

1 Steam Fire Engine. 

2 Hose Reels. 

1 Hose Waggon. 
1 Set of Extension Ladders. 
18 "Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxes. 

South Side. 

1 Hand Fire Engine. 

2 Hose Reels. 

35 " Reserve" men. 

Recapitulation. 

1 Chief Officer. 
3 District Chiefs. 
22 Men. 
122 "Reserve" men. 

Total Force 148—16 Horses and 
51 "Gamewell" Fire Alarm 
Boxes. 



Colonial Penitentiary, St. John's, Forest Road. 

Tradesirarden — Theo. F. Thompson. 
Turnkeys— Q. Hudson, Geotf. Kelly. 
Orderly — R. Hammond. 
Matron — Miss Keating. 
Watchman — J . Duggan. 



Su2)erintendent 

Surgeon — Dr. Henry Shea. 
Chief JFarden — Richard Ryan. 
First Turnkey — John Fleet. 



Outport 

Little Bay — Constable A. Anthony. 
Twillingate — Head Con. N. Petten. 
Greenspond — K. Carter. 
Bonavista — Constable W. Long. 
Trinity — Constable J. Ryan. 
Harbor Grace— T. Trapnell. 
Harbor Grace — Turnkey — 
L. Parsons. 



Gaolers. 

j Ferryland — G. Geary. 

Brirjus — B. Butler. 
I Placentia — A. Collins. 

Biirin — Constable S. White. 

Harbor Briton — Cons. G. Bartlett. 

Channel— Constahle L. Sheppard. 

Gaol Surqeon, Harbor Grace — 
Dr. W. Allan. 



Department of Finance and Ctistoms. 155 

the " NewT Yopk Life Insurance Company." 

^cpactment of finance anti Cujeftoniifif, 



FINANCE BRANCH. 

General Office : Customs' Building. 

Office hours : 10 a. in. to 3 p. m. 

Minister of Finance and Customs — Hon. E. M. Jackman. 
Deputy Minister of Finance— Gcovf^e C. Coeii. 
First Clerk and Accountant of Contingencies — John S. Keating. 
Second Clerk and. Inland Revenue Clerk — Stephen Da we. 

Public Debt Office, Finance Department. 

Intere.'^t on Debentures paid on 2n(l day of January and 1st day of 
July in eacli year, tliose da3-s not being Sundays. 

Treasury Board. 

Cliairman— Hon. E. M. Jackman, Minister of Finance and Customs 
(ex officio). 

Right Hon. Sir Robert Tiond, Premier and Colonial Secretary. 
Hon. A. W. Harvey. 

Customs' Branch. 

Offices : Custom House, Water Street. 

Office hours : St. John's 9.30 a. rn. to 4 p. ni. 

Assistant Collector and Deputy Minister of Customs — H. W. LeMessuvier. 

First Clerk and Warehouse Keeper — James Corniack. 

Second Clerk and Cashier — Ethelbert Colton. 

Third Clerk— E. M. White. 

Fourth Clerk— E. Taylor. 

Fifth Clerk— \\\ G. Dryer. 

First Statistical Clerk — J. H. Noonau. 

Second Statistical Clerk — W. B. Payn. 

Assistant Statistical Clerk — T. P. Jackman. 

Inspector of Customs— W. J. S. Donnelly. 

Inspector «f Revenue Protection Service — J. O'Reilly. 

Landing Sitrveyor — W. R. Stirling. 

Tide Surveyor — H. J. Watts. 

First Landing Waiter — A. LeMessurier. 

Second Landing Waiter — A. Vincent. 

Raihvay Manifest Clerk — A. Whiteley. 

Clerk in Landing Surveyor's Office — W. R. Fiith, ji'. 

Examining Officer — James Jardine. 

Examining Officer, Outforts — N. Pike. 

Asiiistmt Examiner— T. Broderick, 



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AYRE 66 SONS, St. John's— Agents for Estey Organs. 



Locker— P. McGratb. 
Assistant Locker — P. J. O'Neil. 
Housekeeper — Mrs. McDonald. 
Authorized Broker — Robert Power. 



Sub- 
Bay of islands— A. McEachren. 
Bay St. George — C. Renouf. 
Bell Island — G. Foote. 
Blanc Sahlon — B. Parsons. 
Bonavista—i:. W. Stabb. 
Bonne Bay — J. F. Bancroft. 
Brigus — I. Bartlett. 
Burgeo — J. C. Cunningham. 
Burin— J. Winter. 
iCarbonear — L. Barron. 
Channel — C. T. James. 
Conception Harbor — P. St. John. 
Flower's Cove—S. B. Pike. 
Fogo — A. Stone. 
Gaultois — R. Bradshaw. 
Grand Bank — G. R. Forsey. 

Tivillingat 



Collectors. 

Greenspond — A. W. Earle. 
Harbor Briton — P. Hubert. 
Harbor Grace — W. Ward. 
Labrador — E. R. Burgess. 
Lamaline — C. C. Pittman. 
La Poile — J. C. Le Scelleur. 
Lewisport — W. W. Bradley. 
Little Bay—W. G. Duder. 
Millertown — E. B. Colbourne. 
Oderin—U. McGratli. 
Placentia — E. Sinnolt. 
Port-aux-Basques — M. Pike. 
Pushthrough — J. Camp. 
St. .Tacques — C. Clinton. 
Tilt Cove — W. Cunningham. 
Trinity — George Christian. 
e — A. J. Pearce. 



Preventive Officers. 



Bay Btdls—i. F. Williams. 
Bay Roberts — A . W. Piccott. 
Belleoram — A. G. Cunningham. 
Boticoodville — J. T. Bendle. 
C'a^e Broyle — J. C. Williams. 
Catalina — A. J. Crocker. 
Clarenville — A. C. Pittman. 
Clode Sound — A. Freeman. 
Codroy — J. Gillis. 
Ferryland~W. T. S. Carter. 
Fortune — George Vey. 
Gambo — J. Donnelly. 
Garnish — B. A. Brazil. 
Hant's Harbor — R. Belbin. 
Harbor Buffett—C. D. Chambers. 
Harbor Main — J, Kennedy. 
Heart's Content— C. G. Rendell. 
Herring Neck— J. T. Hiscock. 



King's Cove — R. Lawton. 
Lark Harbor — W. A. Gabriel. 
La Scie — D. Duggan. 
Little Placentia — P. Murphy. 
Little River — J. J. Doyle. 
Port-au-Port — A. S. Du Bourdieu. 
Presque — Patrick Sullivan. 
Renews — E. O'Leary. 
Robinson's Head — M. Cashin. 
Rose Blanche — R. Furneaux. 
Sahnonier — James White. 
Salvage — J. Burden. 
St. Anthony — J. T. Moore. 
St. Lawrence — M. Vavasour. 
St. Mary's— W. Hogan. 
Trepassey — J. L. Murphy. 
Western Bay — L. G. T. Crummey. 
Whitbourne— W. Spracklin. 



Registrar of Shipping, Newfoundland. 
Hon. E. M. Jackman, Registrar; Clement Alcock, Clerk. 

Registrar Royal Naval Reserve, 
W, B. Pavn. 



Surveyors of Shipping — Agriculture and Mines. 157 

AYRE 65 SONS, St. John's— Hats and Caps. 



Surveyors of Shipping. 



St. John's — C. Alcock. 
Little Bay—W. G. Duder. 
Twillingate to Change Islands — A. J. 

Pearce. 
Fogo — A. Stone. 

Salvage to Cape Freeh — A. W. Earle. 
King's Cove — R. Lawton. 
Catalina — A. J. Crocker. 
Trinity — G. Christian. 
Carbonear — L. Barron. 

Belleoram — A. 



Harbor Grace — W. Ward. 

Burin — John Winter. 

Fortune — H. J. Haddon. 

Grand Ba7ik—G. R. Forsey. 

Harbor Briton —P. Hubert. 

Kose Blanche — Richard Furneaux. 

Burgeo — J. C. Cunningham. 

Channel — C. T. James. 

Bay of Islands — A. McEchren. 
1 Bonne Bay — J. F. Bancroft. 
G. Cunningham. 



SDepartment of 5llgnculturc anb Sl^incjtf. 

Office : Customs' Building. Office Hours : 10 a. ni. to 3 p. m. 

Minister of Agriculture and Mines — Eli Dawe. 
Deputy Head— Thomas Long. 

First Clerk — George E. Turner. 

Second Clerk — Thomas Thorburn. 

Third Clerk— J. W. McNeily. 

Surveyor to Department — Francis H. Balfour. 

Public Analyst— li. E. HoUoway, B.A.. B. So. 

Messenger — Josiah Garland. 

Director of Gcoloqical Survey and Curator of Mnseum— James P. 
Howley, F.G.S. 

First Surveyor — Arthur M. White. 

Second Surveyor — William Noel. 

2'hird Surveyor — Henry J. Duder. 



Deputy Surveyors. 



[Authorised to act in anj 

Officers in the Department of Agri 

culture and Mines. 
Burgeo — G. K. Wiiite. 
Bay of Islands — G. Saunders. 
Bonavista—C. E. Thompson. 
Bonne Bay — J. F. Bancroft. 
Brigus — J. P. Hearn. 
Britannia Cove — J. T. Currie. 
Burin — G. M. Goddard. 

" — Simeon Avery. 
Camjibelltown—AW'ied Young. 
Carbonear— Q. A- Moulton. 



part of Newfoundland.] 

Carbonear — J. I/. Noel. 
Catalina — A. J. Crocker. 
Channel — R. T. Squarey. 
i'^ogfo— Thomas Lucas. 
Fortune — H. J. Haddon. 
Gander Bay— J. W. Webb. 
Goose Bay— Thoma.^ Howe. 
Millville—J. Murphy. 
Gremspond — John T. Oakley. 
Harbor Briton— V. Hubert. 
Harbor Grace— J. B. Coady. 
Heart's Content— C, G, Rendell, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Boots and Shoes. 



Hnmber River — Albert Bayly. 
King's Cove — Richard Lawtoii. 
Little Placentia — A. L. Keats. 
Lower Island Gove — A. G. Hudson. 

" " -Hedley Garland. 

Musgrave Harbor — J. B. Wheeler. 
Marystow7i — M. J. Flynn. 
Open Hall — Henry Miles. 
Placentia— W. F.'O'Reillv. 
Pilleifs Mand-R. M. Herbert. 
Port-au-Port — James Joy. 
Renews — Garrett Jacknian. 



Salvage — William Tiilk. 
Spaniard's Bay — B. B. Squires. 
St. Brendan's — Francis Hogan. 
St. J"o/i?i's— William Scott, C. E. ; 

Otto Emerson ; A. F. Y. Long ; 

C. Alsop ; M. Sullivan ; W. H. 

Taylor. 
Sweet Bay — Joliffe Quinton. 
Topsail — W. Swansborough. 
Trinity — Samuel Hussey. 
Timllingate — Tliomas Peyton. 
WhithouriLe — David Thistle. 



Board of Agriculture. 

Chairman — Eli Dawe, Minister of Agriculture and Mines ; Jno. Dwyer, 
M.H.A., Jas. B. Sclater, Samuel Bowcock, Samuel Ruby, John Nash, A. D. 
Rankin, J. T. Nevill ; Secretary— Jas. B. Sclater. 

Museum. 

Keeper — Robert Toucher. 

Open to the public every day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and fiom 2 p.m. 
to 4 p. m. 

Surveyors of Lumber. 



Alexander Bay — Victor Roacli. 
—John Whelan. 
Avondale — W. S. Clarke. 
Blackhead — Walter Crummy. 
Bell Islayid — Richaid J. Costigan. 
Bay of Islands — John Fisher. 

" — Joseph Fisher. 

Bay Roberts — Robert Pepper. 

" — Thomas Wilcox. 
Birchy Cove — Pierce Power. 
Bonavista — Chas. E. Thompson. 
Boniie Bay — Wni. Stamford. 
Bot^voodvillle — Abner Lacey. 
" —A. J. Harvey. 

Z?ri(/it.s— .James Fardy. 

" — Benjamin French. 
Burin — R. H. Parsons. 
" — Thomas Avery. 
Campbelltown — Thomas James. 
" — Alfred Young. 

Carbonear — George Best. 

" — James R. Guy. 
Carbonear — Mark Taylor. 
Catalina — A. J. Crocker. 
Clarke's Beach— Qeor^e Mugford, 



Clarke's Beach— W. J. Jeri-ett. 
Clode Sound — James B. Rnwsell. 
Colinet — Lemuel Simmonds. 
Cupids — J. Bad cock. 
Dog Bay — John E. Cater. 
Englee — James Dowe?'. 
Freshwater, Bay-de- Verde— 0. Parsons 
Gambo — A. Pritchett. 
" M. C. Martin. 
Gander Bay~io\m W. Webb. 
George's Pond — L. Maxfield. 
Greenspond — Walter G. Osmoml. 

" — Jno. Sainsburv. 

" — R. Humphries. 

Harbor Grace — J. B. Cody. 
Heart's Content — J umits H. Moore. 
Harbor Main — Jno. Quinlan. 
Joe Bait's Arm — Ambrose Cofiin. 
Leading Tickles— Leandev Rowsell. 
Leivisport — U. Freak. 
New i?ai/— Adolphus Yates. 
N. W. ^?-m— Jacob Churchill. 
Placentia— C. Sinnott. 
Pool's Island — B. J. Davis. 
Seal 5at/— Roland Roberts, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Lines and Twines. 



Smith's Sound— T. B. R. Stone. 
•S?. George— G. H. Dalton. 
'■ — A. Dul)as([ue. 
St. .John's — John Biidcock. 

— Echvar.l Bladder. 
" — A. R. Baine.s. 
'• — James Costello. 

— F. J. Dovle. 
" — Jolm Gribble. 
" — Maurice Hallereii. 
" — Albert Horwood. 
" — George A. Lilly. 
-S. J. McNeill. 
-G. T. Phillips. 



[ St. /o/m's— Robert Pittman. 
" — Edward Skinner. 
I " _-C. W. Sniallwdod. 
I " — W. Steed. 
i " —Michael Walsh. 
j " —Eli Whiteway. 
; " — Henry J. Vavaseur. 
Torbay — John Roche. 
Tv:illin(jate--T]]omii^ Pevtnn. 
" ■ — Alf. H. Pevtou. 
" — Elias Pevton. 

—A. A. Power. 
Wesleyville--\N. C. Winsi^r. 
Western Bay — M. H. Lynch. 



S)epartmcnt of ilC^arinc anti f i^JjcricjSf. 



Office : Cdstoms' Building. Hours : 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. 

Mi7iister of Marine and Fisheries — T. J. MutjiJiy. 

Superintendent of Fisheries — E. C. Watson. 

Secretanj—D. W. Pi-o\vse, K.C. 

Accoimtant — H. G. Morris. 

Stenorjrapher and Typewriter — J. J. St. Jolm. 

Messenger — W. Shaw. 

Inspector of Lighthouses — R. White. 

Lijhthouse Mechanician — T. Gornick. 

Inspector of Boilers — A. McLachlan. 

Fisheries Board. 

President — Minister of Marine and Fisheries, ex officio ; Hon. A. W 
Harvey, Hon. Sir Robert Thorbnrn, G. Way, M.H.A., Eli Dawe, M.H.A. 



Inspectors of Pickled Fish and Fish Oils. 

Chief Inspector — Nicholas Fitzgerald. 



Rirjolet, Labrador — Jas. Fraser. 
Greenspond — Mark Dowden. 
King's Core — Michael Martin. 
Trinity — George Oakley. 
Carbonear^-U. Joyce, W. G. Hawker, 

Geo. Soper, John Kennealy, J. H. 

Penney, J. Udell, L. Taylor. 



Harbor Grace — Sanniel Spence, Ed. 
Parsons, Henry Hiscock, Fritz 
Grimm, John Sheppard, Henrv 
Garland, Gharles Payne, James 
Gordon, Matthew Martin, John 
Goady, Michl. Brien, John Flynn. 

Bay Boberts — Henry Dawe. 



160 



Marine and Fisheries — Commissioners, Jcc 



VRE & SONS, St. John's— Orders by Mail carefully executed. 



Salmon Cove — Daniel Kennedy. 

St. ./o//?/'.s— Miclmel Murphy, Mich'I 
Lim-^'ar, Robert Moure, James 
Moore, Robt. Colford, John Lani- 
gan, P. McGrath, Jas. McFarlane, 
Stephen Roger:', James Kenney, 
Michael Doyle, Leonard Taylor, 
Freileiick Rowe, Francis Payne, 
M. Mullall.y. John Geary, Charles 
D. Garland, Jas. Moore, William 
Piender. 



Harbor Briton — James Hardy. 

Belleoram — Levi Cluett, J. C. Nose- 
worthy. 

Bay St. (reor^e— Charles Ozon, Wm. 
Ryan, E. Fillatre, Wm. Parsons, 
Edward Butt. 

Lark Harbor — George Sheppar(L 

Baij of Islands- William H. Mes- 
servey, James Leary, Philip 
Wadden. 

Bonne Bay — Francis Cox. 



S. S. "Fiona." 



Captain — E. English, jr. 
Chief Officer — P. Ciiristopher. 



Chief Engineer — J. Gear. 

Ship's Husband — Capt. E. English, sr. 



Newfoundland Government and Lloyds' Surveyor. 

OFFICE : 

George Wheatley. 

Mercantile Marine and Shipping OfSce. 
OFFICE : customs' building, queen's wharf, office hours : 10 TO 3. 
Siqjerintendent of Mercantih Marine and Shipping Master — Robt. Carter. 



Commissioners of Wrecked Property. 

Labrador — Snug Harbor to Indian Tickle — G. Taylor. 

" —Indian TicUe to Pack's Harbor— H. McRae. 

" — Pack's Harbor, exc, to Cape Harrison, exc. — G. Apsey. 
Blanc Sablon to Chateau — Josiah H. Penney. 
Gape John to Pilley's Island (both inclusive) — W. G. Duder. 
Twillingate — William Baird. 

Fogo, Little Fogo, Indian and Change Islands — James Jones. 
Cape Freels to Cape Farewell, including Penguin and TVadham Islands 

— Henry Robbins. 
Salvage to Cape Bonavista — D. A. Ryan, J. P. 
Tickle Point to Grate's Cove — Elias March. 
Grate's Point to Broad Cove, Blackhead Bay — John Ryan. 
Harbor Grace to Kelligrews — John Jardine, J. P. 
Cape Spear to Bay Bulls — Henry Chafe. 
Bay Bulls to La Manche — Benedict Mullowney. 
La Manche to Fermeuse, exclusive — William S. Carter. 
Fermeuse, inclusive, to Cape Race, exclusive — Edward Leary. 
Cape Race, inclusive, to E. Head St. Shotts — Jas. Murphv.' 
E. Head St. Shotts, inclusive, to Point Lance, inchisive — Jas. Power. 
Point Lance to Point Verde, exclusive — Walter Young. 
Point Verde, inclusive, to Rushoon, inclusive — John Handrick. 



ilarhoT Master and Dues 161 

AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Guarantee satisfaction to pupchaseps. 

Point May to Garnish — Eli Harris. 

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

Channel (Cape Ray to Coal Eiver)^J. W. Keating. 

By section 2, Con. Stats. (2ncl Series), the senior Customs' officer re- 
siding in or near any district in whicli there is no Wreck Commissioner, 
is 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. 



Harbor Master and Harbor Dues, St. John's. 

OFFICE : customs' building, office hours : 10 A. M. TO 3 p. M. 

Harbor Masfo'— Capt. E. English. 
Boatman — Thomas Dewling. 

Port Charges on Foreign-going Shipping, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

Light Dues. 

Payable once in every calendar year (but not oftener than once in 
three months), viz. : — 

24 cents per ton, up to and including 500 tons. 

12 cents per ton additional on every ton over 500 tons up to arul in- 
cluding 1,000 tons. 

6 cents per ton additional on every ton over 1,000 tons up to and in- 
cluding 2,000 tons. 

Not more than $240 in any one calendar year, or oftener than once 
in three months. 

Vessels arriving for repairs, coal or supplies, pay one-half of above 
rates. 

The foregoing applies to merchant vessels. 

Labrador, Bank and Coast Fishing vessels and coasters pay no dues 
vi^hilst engaged in those fisheries or trade. Should any such vessel proceed 
on any otlier than a fishing voyage, to any place outside the colony, such 
vessel shall be liable to pay once in each calendar year (but not oftener 
than once in three months) the rate of six cents per ton. 

Water Dues. 
5 cents per register ton, not to exceed $20. Payable once a year. 

Harbor Master's 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, viz, ; — 

W 



162 Jilxaminers Masters and Mates. 



AYRB & SONS, St. John's— Best Goods at Lov^est ppices. 



Vessels 60 to 100 tons register ... ... ...$2 00 

" 100 to 200 " ... ... ... 3 00 

" 200 to 300 " ... ... ... 4 00 

" 300 to 400 " ... ... ... 5 00 

" 400 to oOO " and upwards ... ... 6 00 

Payable once between 1st January and 30th June, and once between 
1st July and 31st December. 

Quarantine Officers, St, John's. 

First Quarantine Officer — Dr. N. S. Fraser. 
Second Quarantine Officer — Dr. K. D. McKenzie. 

EXAMINERS MASTERS AND MATES. 

Office : Light Hodse Building. 

Examiner-in-Chief — Capt. E. English. 

Instructor of Masters and Mates — F. J. Doyle. 

Pupil Teachers, Masters and Mates — A. E. Coffi.n, A. Barnes. 

Assistant Examiner — J. Moss. 

ExAMINATIOX OF MASTERS AXD MaTES. 

Examinations v.ill begin on Wednesday of each week, providing tliat 
the candidate produces the requisite certificates of character and time, and 
passes the color test. 

Application must be made to tlio E.xaminer on Form E.\;n. 2, and all 
l^revious certificates and testimonials dei^osited at least two days previous 
to the examination. Testimonials of character and sobriety must be pro- 
duced for twelve months immediately preceding the application. 

All services must be verified by a certificate of discharge. 

An Only Mate must not be less than nineteen years of age, and must 
have served five years at sea. 

A First Mate must not be less than nineteen years of age, and must 
have served five years at sea, of which one year must have been as Second 
or Only Mate. [From 1st Januarv, 1896, the Officer's Service must have 
been performed with the requisite *.. rtificate]. 

A Master must be not less than tv.enty-one years of age, and he must 
have served six years at sea, of which one year must have been in the 
capacity not lower than Only ^late of a foreign-going vessel whilst hold- 
ing a certificate not lower than an Only Mate's certificate for foreign- 
going vessels, and, unless this service as officer M'as performed whilst 
holding a First Mate's certificate for foreign-going vessels. He will also lie 
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 



Commissioners of Pilots, &c. 163 

AYRE & SONS, St. John's -Best place to buy Gpoeeries. 

These 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 hours, including the 
time allowed for the papers on cyclone or revolving storms, and for the 
correction of all errors and over-sights ; but the Nautical problems up to 
and including (K) of the Syllabus prescribed for Only and First Mate 
must be completed within six hours and without tlie candidate leaving 
the premises during that period. 

Candidates for Masters' Certificates must complete the whole of their 
examination in Navigation in fifteen hours, including the time allowed for 
the papers on the Chart, the Compass deviation. Cyclones, or revolving 
storms, and for the correction of all errors and over-sights ; but the prob- 
lems up to and including (K) of the Syllabus prescribed for Only and 
First Mate must be completed witliin six hours and without the candidate 
leaving the premises during that period. 

The examination commences punctually at 10 a. m., and closes at 
4 p. m., when all papers will be called up, and if not completed the can- 
didate will be declared to have failed. 

In all cases of failure the candidate will be examined de novo. 

If lie fails in Seamanship, lie will not be examined for six months. 

If he fails three times in Navigation, he will not be re-examinetl lor 
three months. 

For further information as to time, place, and objects of examination, 
applicants should apply to the Examiner-in-Chief. 

Rules. 

No books, papers or memoranda are allowed in tlie Examination 
room. 

In the event of any candidate being discovered copying from another, 
or referring to any book or memoranda, he will not be examined for six 
months. 

Navigation is taught at Carbonear, Harbor Grace, Bay Roberts and 
St. John's. 

Commissioners of Pilots. 

St. John's— CA-pt. E. l<lng\M-i, Chairman : Hon. P. Cleary, Geo. Shea, 
E. White. 

Fogo—J. W. Hodge, J.P., H. J. Earle, J. P., Dr. Thos. Malcolm, J. P. 

Little Bay—Ca.iit. Toms, R. D. Walsh. 

Pilleijs Islaud—C. F. Tayloi', J. Colbourne, E. Herbert. 





Pilots. 


St. John's. 




No. 1 Boat. 


No. 2 Boat. 


No. 3 Boat. 


No. 4 Boat. 


Wm. Lewis, 
Fred. Lewis, 
E. Lewis. 


Jno. Gallisliaw, 
Wm. Power, 
P, Horwood, 


Wm. Vinicombe, 
John Eagan, 
G- Lewis. 


F. Leary, 
J. Callahan, 
J, Leary. 



164 Towage Rates. 



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

Table of Rates of Pilotage of Vessels in and out of St. John's. 

Nev> Measurement. Rates Cy. yew Measurement. Rates Cy. 

On vessels under 80 tons S5.35 i On vessels from 3.^0 to 400 tons ... $16.00 

Do from 80 to 100 tons ... 6.70 Do from 400 to f>00 ton.s ... 18.75 

Do from 100 to 120 tons ... 7.35 i Do from 500 to 600 tons ... 21.35 

Do from 120 to 160 tons ... 8.00 1 Do from 600 tn 700 tons ... 24.00 

Do from 160 to 200 tons ... S.70 j Do from 700 to 800 tong ... 26.76 

Do from 200 to 240 tons ... 9.35 | Over that size— for every 100 tons 

Do from 240 to 280 tons ... 10,00 ' additional 1.35 

Do from 280 to 300 tons ... 10.70 i And on no sailing vessel is the 

Do from 300 to 3.50 tons ... 13.35. pilotage to exceed 32.00 

Steamers shall pay pilotage on tlieir net tonnage as in the case of 
sailing vessels. 

Steamers employed in the fisheries of the Colony shall be exempt, 
except when on foreign voyages. 

Coastal steamers shall also be exempt. 

Subsidized mail steamers, in connection with the Colony, shall pay 
on the horse-power, at the rate of eight cents iov each horse-power. 
No steamer shall pay more than fortv-eight 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 be payable on the register tonnage 
of all such vessels, as ascertained before going out of tlie harbor. 

His Majesty's vessels under sixth rate $14.00 

His Majesty's vessels of fourth, fifth and sixth rate ... 20.00 

His Maje Ly's vessels of first, second and third rale .. 34.00 

Towage Rates, St. John's. 

Gross Tonnage. \ Gross Tonnage. 

Vessels 60 tons and under $4.00 j Vessels from 301 to 350 tons . $24.50 

Do from 60 to 100 tons (10 ets. 

per ton additional.) | 

Do from 101 to 125 tons 10.00 

Do from 126 to 1.50 tons 12.00 

Do from 151 to 175 tons 14.00 

Do from 176 to 200 tons 16.00 

Do from 201 to 225 tons . 18.00 

Do from 226 to 250 tons 20. 00 ' 

Do from 251 to 300 tons 22.00 



Do 


from 351 to 


450 tons.... 


,. 26.00 


Do 


from 401 to 


450 tons 


,. 28.00 


Do 


from 451 to 


500 tons 


.. 30.00 


Do 


from 601 to 


550 tons 


.. 32.00 


Do 


from 551. to 


600 tons 


.. 34.00 


Do 


from 601 to 


700 tons.... 


.. 38.00 


Do 


from 701 to 


800 tons 


.. 42.00 


Do 


from 801 to 


900 tons .. 


,. 46.00 


Do 


from 900 to 1,000 tons 


.. 50.00 



Vessels requiring the Steamer to go beyond 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 th.e 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 assist- 
ance. Vessels employing 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 ten per cent, on towage rates for the same. 



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Block. Boufie — Sir/ncils. 165 



AYRE 6s SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Ships' Stores. 



In addition to the above rates one-third additional will be cliarged 
during winter months, commencing on 10th December and ending on 
10th April each year. 

N. B. — Special rates will be charged during the ice season. 

The owners are not responsible for any damage done by the vessel 
towed to themselves or others. 



Block House, Signal Hill. 

Signalman — Thomas Rose. 

Assistant Signalman — Michael Cantwell. 

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

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

One Sail in sight — Ball close up to yard. 

Two Sail in sight — Ball midway between yard and parapet of Block 
House. 

Three Sail in sight — Yellow Pennant close up to yard. 

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

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

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

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

Eight Sail in sight — Yellow Pennant at yard Arm ; Ball midway be- 
tween yard ium and parapet of Block House. 

Nine Sail in siglit— 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. 

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

A Blne-White-Eed 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 mast-head denotes a Topsail Schooner. 

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



166 Light Houses 



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



A St. George's Cross at the mast-head of the staff denotes a Steamer 
in sight from the Block House ; but, when it is hoisted on the yard south, 
it denotes that the Steamer is south ; on the yard north the steamer is 
noitli. 

When any National Flag is hoisted above the St. George's Cross, it 
denotes that a Man-of-War Steamer, belonging to the nation indicated liy 
flag, is in sight. 

When a Merchant's House-flag is hoisted on the south yard it de- 
notes tliat a vessel belonging to said merchant is south ; and, when hoisted 
on the north, it shows tliat said vessel is north. 

When a Square White Flag with a Red Ball in the centre is hoisted 
it denotes that a Steam-tug is required. 

The International Code of Signals is also in use at the Block House, 
and the I'eeoguized House Signals of the different merchants. 



LIGHT HOUSES. 

Office : Queen's Wharf. 

Office Hodrs : 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. 

Inspector of Light Houses — E. White. 
Mechanician — T. Cornick. 

Newfoundland Light Dues (included in Port Charges, see page i6i). 

Payable once in every calendar year (but not oi'tener than once in 
three months), viz. : — 

24 cents per ton up to and including 500 tons. 

12 cents per ton additional on every ton over .^)00 tons an to and in- 
cluding 1,000 tons. 

6 cents per ton additional on every ton over 1,000 tons up to and in- 
cluding 2,000 tons. 

Not more than $240 in any one calendar year, or oftener than once 
in thiee months. 

Vessels arriving for repairs, coal or supplies, pay one-half of above 
rates. 

The foregoing apj^lies to merchant vessels. 

Labrador, bank and coast lishing vessels and coasters pay no dues 
whilst engaged in these fisheries or trade. Should anv such vessel proceed 
on any other than a fishing voyage, to any place outside the colony, such 
vess(;l shall be liable to pay once in each calendar year (but not oftenev 
than once in three months) the rate of six cents per ton, 



Port-aux- Basques Buoys — St. Pierre Liglds. 167 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's-Best place to buy Hardwape. 



Port-aux-Basques Buoys have been placed in the following positions : 

Western Baldwin Rock— A Spar Buoy, painted black and white Jiorizoii- 
tal bonds, (surmounted by a cone.) Moored in 3| fathoms. 

Eastern Baldwin— A Spar Buy, painted red. Moored in 3i fathoms. 

Shoal lying between the Eastern Baldwin and Road Island— A Spar Buoy, 
painted white (surmounted by an X). Moored in 3-5- fathoms. 

ST. PIERRE LIGHTS. 

A Revolving Liijht on Galantry Head, giving white llasli, lasting 8 4-10 
seconds, followed after an interval of 9 6-10 seconds by a second \^hite 
Hash, lasting 8 4-10 seconds, then, after an interval of 12 6-10 seconds, by 
a red Hash, lasting 8 4-10 seconds, another interval of 12 8-10 seconds, fol- 
lowed by tlie first white ilasji. Height, 210 i'eet above tlie level of llie 
sea. Distance visible, 18 miles. The light is hidden at tlie nortiiward 
by the high land of St. PieiTe Latitude 46° 45' 43" N. ; Longitude 
f)'(S° 9' 52" W. Tower square, 36 feet high, painted white. 

The South Channel entrance to St. Pierre harbor is marked by two 
small fixed lights. One is white, illuminating three-fourths of the horizon ; 
it is placed on the rocks at Pointe au Canon. The other is red, and is 
placed on the plain at the nortli of the town. The White light is 36 feet 
above the sea level, and is visible six miles. Ths Red light is 65 ft. above 
the .sea level, and is visible three miles. The line connecting tliese two 
lights marks the middle channel. The Red light is so placed tliat as soon 
as it is seen o;>. the left of Cape Aigle, vessels coming from Columbiei-, in 
beating into the N. E. entrance, will be clear of the Cape Rodrigue Shoals. 

Fointe a Leconte Light, situate on the west point of the Island of 
Uogs, 62 feetabove the level of the sea, visible 7 miles. The light shows 
white between the bearings (from the towei-) of S. E. f S. and S. i W. 
Tins 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 t!ie 
right and Cape Noir and Bertrand Rocks on the left. It sliows j-eil from 
S. W. I 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 wdiite light from Pointe aux Canons and of the 
red light from the interior of the town. 

Poi7it Plate (Langlade) Light ; 1st order dioptric, visible twentv mile.s. 
Latitude 46" 48' 54" N. ; Longitude °56 24' 10" W. Light Tower "painted 
in black and wdiite bands alternately. 

Cape Blanc (Miqitelon) 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. Lat. 47" 05' 57" N. ; long. 56° 24' 10" W. 

French Fog Signals at St. Pierre and Miquelon. 

Fog Whistle, Gallantry Head, St. Pierre Island. 
Siren Trumpet, Plate IPoint, Langlade. 



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NEWFOUNDLAND LIGHTS, 



AYRK & SONS, St. John's- Best place to buy Pishing- Tackle. 







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Nanu' of 
Flare. 


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Description of Light. 



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OJ 


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OCO 1 


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3 £ 
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Gull Island. 
(Cape John). 



49 59 54 



Niiipei's Hr. Is,,!49 46 55 
N. D. Bay. ' 

South End Long 
Island, N.D.Bay. I 

Great Denier l49 39 45 
Island, N.D. Bay 

Long Point i49 41 23 

(Toulinguct). 



Baealhao 49 41 30 



49 34 30 
49 42 30 
49 35 05 



Wharf Light 
(Tonlinguet). 

Change Island, 

Stag Hr. Run. 

Tilton Harbor .. 

Caun Island 
(Seldoni-Conie- 

Bv). 

Offer Wadhani 

Island 



Penguin Islana, 

9 miles S W. 

mag. iron) Offer 

Wadhani Island 

light. 



Cahot, Bonavista 49 10 26 
Bay. 



55 2i 3318!-4 



55 49 00,1901 



55 32 30 



1895 



54 47 34a876 



54 33 08 



1894 



1885 



Intermittent White, 4th order 
Dioptric, making one comj/lete 
revolution in one minute, ap- 
pearing about eleven seconds 
light and nine seconds dark. 

Fixed White, 4th order 



Ft. 
525 



In course of construction 
Steady White 



Revolving White; Catoptric, at- 
tains greatest brilliancy every 
thirty seconds. 



331 



357 



54 24 10 1901 



54 03 30 
54 10 35 



49 35 35:53 45 12 1858 



1902 
1874 



i49 26 55 



Pntfin Island 
(Greenspondj. 



49 03 37 



Occulting White light making ten 
revolutions per minute, two 
flashes each revolution. The 
heat of lamp operates sindes on 
the Trotter-Linberg s\ stem. 

Fixed Red, 6th order Dioptric. ; 

Port light on the end of the' 
public wharf, Toulinguet. I 1 

Fixed Red I 43' 

Fixed Red ; in operation each 

year, from June 1 to Dec. 15. 
Fixed White, 8th order Dioptric. 85 

Revolving White, 4th order Diop- 1 100 
trie, of .six sides, Hashes white 
every thirty seconds. j 



;3 48 00 1890 



53 21 2111830 



53 32 37:1873 



Fixed White, 4th order Dioptric, 



Intermittent Wliite, 4th onler 
Dioptric, making one complete 
revolution in a minute, appear- 
ing about eleven seconds lightj 
and eleven seconds dark. ' 

Fixed Red, 4th order Dioptric, 
visible from N. by E. through 
S. to W. by N. mag. 



M. 
26 



llli 17 



16 
21 



21 



lOi 



lU 



62, 9 



74 10 



85 lOi 



LIGHTED FROM SUNSET TO SUNRISE. 



169 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Spoptingr Goods. 






Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



380 


2 Wick 
Concentric 


Iron Tower on apex of Island, 
painted Eed and White, verti- 
cally, 4 stripes of each colour; 
keeper's house painted white, 
112 feet distant. W. by N. 


M. Rousell. 


W. Purchase. 


All 


2 Wick 


Square Wood Tower, w hitc with 


Thos. Stark. 




Seaward 


Trinity. 


single r e d horizontal band 
around centre. 






Do. 






R. LeDrew. 
R. S. Roberts. 




Do. 


8 Argand 




Light Tower painted red, square 


J, H. Preston. 




Bnruers. 


on lower part, changing to 
octagon and finished by a cir- 
cular drum gallery and lan- 
tern ; keeper's house square ; 
(sides white, roof red), distant 
25 feet from tower. 






Do. 


1| Burner. 

Duplex. 

2 Wick 
Trinity, 


Circular Iron Tower, painted 
spirally, red and white alter- 
nately; keeper's house, partly 
visible, distant 75 feet N, E. 
J E. from Tower. 


J. Kearley. 

Jas. Hodder. 
Thos. Elliott. 






Square pyrniidal Tower, painted 
white. 




All 




Seaward 




Square pyramidal Tower painted 


Patrick Foley, 








white. 






270 


1 Argaud. 


Buildings wood, Light Tower 
rising from gable of house, 


Enos Penney. 








sides painted white, roof red, 






360 


2 Wick 
Concentric 


red and white vertically ; 
keeper's dwelling painted 
white, roof red (wood), thirty 


E. Abbott, 








feet from Tower. 






3B0 


2 Wick 


Circular Iron Tower and keeper's 


Esau Gilling- 






Concentric 


dwelling (wood) ; house and 
tower painted red and white, 
alternately, iu vertical stripes; 
house attached to tower on its 


ham. 








eastern side. 






3B0 


2 Wick 
Concentric 


Iron Light Tower in centre of 
square wooden building; roots 
flat; sides banded horizontally 
red and white alternately. 


Edw. Harding. 




2f0 


2 Wick 
Concentric 


Buildings granite, roofed with 
slate ; Light Tower at one 


F. W. Oakley. 








corner. 







X 



170 



Newfoundland LiyliU. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Only place to buy the wonderful 



Name of 
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Denier Island ...!48 41 0'5'53 34 40!l888 Revolving White, six sides to 298 

give single flashes at intervals 
of thirtv seconds. 



Kins's Cove Head 48 34 32 fi3 18 59,1893 



Cape Bonavista... 43 42 01 ?3 04 35 1843 



Green Island 
(Catalina). 



Fort Point 

(Trinity). 

Random Head 

(Trinity Bay). 



48 30 15 
(See end 
for Fog 
Alarm). 

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:48 21 55 
48 05 30 



Occulting White; twelve revolu- 
tions per minute, two Hashes 
each revolution. The heat of 
the lamp operates the shades on 
the Trotter-Lindberg system. 

Revolving Catoptric (6 Argand 150 
burners and reflectors, shewing 
two white flashes, followed by 
one red flash) each attaining 
its greatest brilliancy every 30 
seconds^ 



53 02 2011857 



Fixed White, 4th order Dioptric, 
visible W. S. W. to N. E). 



53 20 51'1874|Fixed White, 8th order Dioptric, 

53 33 00 1895;Occnlting White. 6th order Diop- 
tric, making fifteen revolutions 
per mihute; alternate light and 
dark every two seconds. Heat 
of lamp operates the screens on 
the Trotter Linberg system. 



92 

75 
126 



Heart's Content. 47 53 10 58 23 20(1901 



Fixed Red 83^ 



Hant's Harbor 48 01 07 53 15 07|1881 
(Trinity Bay). 



Baccalieu Island. 



48 08 58 52 47 32 



fiMn<'R''<u<w»i<i<>"'"*'<"*''*'"<' 



1859 



Fix«d White, 6th order Dioptric. 



65 



Catoptric Revolving White light, [443 
showing a flash every twenty 
seconds. 



Note.— The light is often obscur- 
ed by fog when the lower part 
of the island is clear. 



Nevjfoundland Lights. 



171 



Aeolian, which places the best Music within peach of all. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



360. 



All 
Seaward 



Do. 



202i 



320 



All 
Seaward 



Do. 



1^ Argand. 



If Burner. 



6 Argards, 



2 Wick 
Concentric 



1 Argand. 
if Burner. 



Argand. 



Do, 



360 



1 Argand. 



8 Argand 
Burners. 



Henry Squires. 



Phil. Batterton 



Iron Light Tower and a keeper's 
dwelling (wood) seventeen feet 
six inches apart; house and 
tower ])aint«rd red and white, 
alternately, in vertical stripes. 

Iron Light Tower painted white; 
a wood store and keeper's 
dwelling, visible North N. E. , 
painted white, roof black, 88 
feet from Tower. 



Square Wood Lighthouse, paint- Fred. White 
ed red and white in alternate 
vertical stripes; lantern in cen-j 
tre of roof. 



Wooden House, painted white R. Stevens... 
from centre of which rises the 
lantern, the dome of which is 
striped red ami white verti- 
cally. 

Wooden Tower, painted wliite... James Rowe. 



Circular Iron Tower, painted in Thos. Cooper. 

checkers of red and white al- 
ternately. Keeper's dwelling 

12 feet north ot Tower, and 

store at northern end of house 

15 feet distant — sides white. 

roof red. i 

Circular Iron Tower, painted red Barzillai 

and white spirally; a small Budden. 

dwelling is connected to the 

southern side of tower by a 

covered jjassage way. House 

and covered way painted white, 

roofs black. 



Octagonal Tower, painted white, 
small store at rear. 



W. Soper. 



Round Red Tower. Keeper's Francis Ryan, 
dwelling connected to Tower 
by covered passage way, square! 
white building with red roof. ! 
Buildings situate on northern] 
point of the island. The sou- 
thern end of island obscuresi 
the light for eight miles when 
bearing N. N. E. ^ E. 



S. Mifflei). 



Abel Stone. 



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Place. 



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Western Bay 
Point, Concep- 
tion Bay. 



Carbonear Island 



Harbor Grace 
Island. 



Harbor Grace 
Harbor Light, 



47 53 00 

(See end 
for I"og 
Signal), 



47 44 24 



47 42 45 



47 41 29 



Green Point 47 36 40 
(Bay Eoberts). , 



Brigus 
North Head, 



Cape St, Francis, 



Fort Amherst 

(entrance to St, 

John's), 



St, John's, 

(1) Leading 

Lights, 



47 32 .'54 



47 48 30 
Approx- 
imate, 
(See end 
for Fog 
Alarm). 

47 33 47 

(See end 

for Fog 

Gun), 



5°3 O'S d'o 1901 



53 09 22 



53 08 11 



53 12 33 



53 10 15 



53 10 35 



52 47 10 



1878 



1836 



1850 



1883 



52 40 20 



1885 



1877 



1813 



Fixed Green Lens Lantern hoist 
ed to frame work. 



Fixed White, 8th order Dioptric. 



Occulting White. Trotter-Lind- 
berg apparatus, worked by the 
heat of the lamp. Seven revo- 
lutions per minute; two flashes 
in each revolution. 

Fixed White, 6th order Dioptric. 



Fixed White, 6th order Dioptric. 
Inimedintely beneath the prin- 
cipal white light is a projecting 
lantern in which three lamps are 
pla,ced; the two outer ones will 
show white, and the centre one 
in a line with the Southern 
Kocks, N. E, \ E, (mag.) from 
the Tower, will show red. 

Fixed Eed, 6th order Dioptric ... 



Fixed Eed, 4th order Dioptric ... 



Fixed White, 4lh order Dioptric. 



Catoptric, Eed 



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151 



40 



56 



113 



123 



134i 



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Newfoundland Lights. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 


Description of Building, 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 


All 


Duplex. 


The Station— 1, comprises Signal 


Edmund Butt. 




Seaward 




Cabin, painted white ; 2, a 
Charging house, slate covered; 

3, an open frame work, from 
which the green light is shown ; 

4, a Keeper's wooden dwelling, 
painted white, roof black ; 5, a 






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Brick Magazine, painted red. 






3t)0 


1 Argand. 


Buildings Wood; Light Tower 
rising from the gable of tlie 
house, vertical parts white, 
roof red. 


Hy. Forward. 




360 




Square Wood House (sides 
painted white, roof r e d), 


T. Sheppard, 
[The Keeper 














from the centre of which rises 


does not reside 








the lantern. 


on the island]. 






Duplex. 


Hexagonal Wood Tower, painted 
wl)ite. 


Geo. Parsons. 










All 


1 Argand. 


Round Iron Tower, painted with 


A Andrews. 




Seaward 




two red and three white hori- 
zontal bands. Store in the 
rear, painted white. 






Do. 


1 Argand. 


Round Iron Tower, painted red 
and white vertical stripes 3) 
of each). House also painted 
red and white vertical stripes. 


S. S. Wilcox. 




Do. 


2 Wide 
Concentric 


Buildings of Wood, j^ainted 
white, roof flat. On the higher 
roof is the lantern, elevated 
above it on a square block. 
The lower building is the Fog 
Alarju. 


Jonas Soper. 


Thos. Hudson. 

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Seaward 


2 Wick 


Stone sides. Whitewashed, roof 


A. Sheppard. 


Thos. Moore. 


betweou 


Concentric 


red. Lantern on roof. 






W.S.W. 








and 










N. N. E, 












Argand 


Light in a Drum, painted white, 


John Cleary. 






Gas. 


on a mast in rear of new brick 
building on King's Wharf, 301 
feet from East wharf head. 







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Place. 



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St. John's, 

(2) Leading 

Lights, 



Cape Spear 



Ferrvland Head 



Powell's Head 
Trepassey. 



47 31 11 
[See end 
for Fog 
Alarm]. 
47 00 58 



46 41 20 



52 86 59,1835 



52 51 07 



1871 



53 24 00 1902 



Cape Pino 46 47 04 53 31 45 1851 



Poiut La Haye, 46 54 28 
St Mary's Bay. 



53 36 40 



1883 



Catoptric, Red, Keeping the 
lights or day marks, composed 
of three Heart shapes, painted 
white, on the lower light, and 
the Spire of the Congregational 
Church, in line, will clear all 
dangers. 



Catoptric, Revolving White; 
greatest brilliancy every minute. 



Fixed White, 3rd order Dioptric, 



Occulting White, 5th order, show- 
ing alternately light and dark- 
ness of one second. 

Fixed White, Catoptric. The 
intervening land being low the 
light can be .seen over it from 
St, Mary's Bay. 



Fixed White, 6th order Dioptric. 



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174^1 



264 22 



200 16 



lOlfl 14 



314 



63 



30 



Cajie St. Mary's.. 46 49 34 54 11 43 1860 Revolving Cato-Dioiitric of first 390 ' 23 

order, showing alternately a 
Red and White light at inter- 
vals of one minute. 



Point Verde, 
Placentia. 



47 14 11 



Long Island, 
near Oderin. 
Dodding Head, 47 00 26 
Burin. 



54 00 19 



55 08 43 



1876 

1902 
1856 



Fixed White. 5th order Dioptric, 



In course of construction 



2nd order Revolving White light 
[silvered reflectors and annular 
lenses] attains greatest bril- 
liancy every minute. Owing 
io great height this light is 
often obscured by fog when 
the coast is clear. 



98 



11 



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Neivfoundlancl Lights. 



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Kind of 
Lanij). 



Description of Biiikliug. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



Argand 
Gas. 



All 
Seaword 



Do. 



Do. 



7> Argand 
Burners. 



3 Wick 
Concentric 



17 Argand 
Burners. 



All 1 Argand. 
Seawan 



Do. 



Do. 



All 
Seaward 



12 Argand 
Burners. 



1 Argand. 



6 Argand 
Burners. 



Upper Light. — This Light hsisbeeu removed John ClearV. 
to, aud i!i future will be shewu from, the ^ ' 

Tower of the Cougrcgutioiuil Church. — 
The spire of this Tower will in future 
form :i Day Mark, which will be readily 
seen just clear of the Kastcru side of the 
square towers of the Roman Cathedral 
Cathedral. 

Lower Light. — The structure carrying the 
Lower Light and Day Mark (all painted 
white) has been renioAed 38 feet 'Westerly 
form its former position, and is now i)hiced 
301 feet from the head of the Kasterii pier 
of the King's A\'harf. luall other respects 
it remains unchanged. 

Houoe White, roof banded Ked 
and White horizontally; the 
lantern rises from the centre. 



D. Cantwell, ^ 
Principal | 

Keejier and j' 
Ch. Engineer, J 
W. Costello. 



Round Red Iron Tower, 28 feet 

from Keejier's house, which is 

wood, ]iaiiiteil white witli red 

roof. 
Square wood tower, with sloping Jno. Devereux. 

sides ; keeper's wood dwelling 

connected by covered passage 

30 it. ; all ])ainteii white. 
Round Iron Light Tower, 50 feet G. Hewitt. 

high, painted with Red and 

White horizontal bands. Keep- 
er's dwelling wood, conuecteJ 

with the Tower by a vovered 

way. ; 

Pound Iron Tower, painted withPat. Mooney. 

3 Red aud 3 White horizontal 

bands. Bands are continued 

around a fiat roof store in rear. 
Round Iron Tower, painted Red. P. Houlahau . 

A wooden house on each side 

of the Tower and connected 

therewith by a covered way. 

These houses are painted white 

with red roofs. 
Wooden House, painted White, Thos. Croucher 

fiat roof. Light Tower rises 

from roof of house. 



Square Wooden House, roof red. 
The Lantern rises from the 
centre of the house. 



Wm. Day 



(J. Cantwell, 
Keejier and 
I Engiii-ver. 
-I W. Uautwell. 
I As.sistant 
I Keeper and 
I, Engineer, 



J. Waddleton. 



P. O'Rielly. 



Jno. Darby. 



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l^twfoiLndlantl Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— District Managers for 



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Place. 





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Allan Island, 
[Lamaliiie]. 

Bnnietli! Island, 
[Fortune Bay]. 



Grand Bank, 
[Fortune Ba}']. 



Garnish, 
[Fortune. Bay]. 



Bellorani, 
[Fortune Bay]. 

Rocky Point, 
[Har. Briton]. 

Pass Island, 

[entrance to Her 

niitage Bay]. 



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1 46 51 00 



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55 45 30 



Gaultois 



Raniea Island 



Boar Island, 
[Burgeo]. 



Ap])rox 
iniate. 
47 15 32|55 51 50 



47 08 OOjf.5 42 40 
Approx 
imate. 



47 14 00 
Approx- 
imate. 



65 24 00 



47 29 00|o5 27 15 



47 27 30 



47 29 15 



47 36 00 



47 30 30 



47 36 12 



55 47 45 



56 12 02 



55 54 00 



57 24 35 



57 35 13 



1879 



1865 



1890 



1885 



1873 



1873 



1379 



Fixed White, 8th order Dioiitric. 



Ft. 
64 



Cato-Dioptric. Flashing White 408 
light, attains greatest brilliancy' 
every ten seconds. Obscured 
by the land from E.S.E. to S. 

Fixed Red, 6th order Dioptric, 28 
Port Light. 



1885 



1902 



1874 



Fixed Red, 6th order Dioptric 



Fixed White, 6tli order Dioptric 



Fixed White, 6th order Dioptric. 
Not visible in a line with Har- 
bor Rock. 

Fixed White, 4th order Dioptric. 

A fixed Red light, 4th order Dioptric, 
is placed below the White light to 
distinguish the rocks and reefs ex- 
tending from Wolf rocks, bearing 
(from lighthouse) S. 74. 47, W., to 
Basse Terre Poiut, S. 01.33 E. The 
Reef over the Wolf rocks is about 
\\ miles from the island. At a 
distance of 4i miles the two lights 
merge into one. 



Fixed White light. 6th order 
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 
8. W. by W. about 100 yards 
distant. 

Occulting White; equal periods 
light and darkness 1^ seconds. 
Obscured by Eastern Head of 
Rarnea Island. 



Fixed Red, 4th order Dioptric ... 



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20, 



35 7 



281; 19 
267 



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125 



16 



207 11 



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Kind of 
Lamp, 



Description of Building 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



170 


1 Argaiid. 


Wooden Octagonal Tower, paint- 
ed red and white on alternate 
sides. 


Wm. Corcoran. 




All 


9 Argand 


Square Wooden House, painted 


M. Sparrow ... 


T. Gaultou. 


Seaward 


Burners. 


white with red roof. The lan- 
tern rises from the centre of 
the roof. 






S.E.byS. 


Duplex. 


Wooden Beacon on Breakwater, 


Robert C. 




Souther- 




390 feet from end, painted red 


Forsey. 




ly to W. 




and white horizontal bands; 
light bears W.N.W. from end 
of breakwater. 








Do. 


Square Beacon Tower of Wood, 
standing at end of Breakwater, 


W, Eeeves. 












carrying an octagonal drum 










and lantern. 






270 


Do. 


Wooden Tower, painted white, 
on North end of beach. 


Robt. Jensen. 






Do. 


Circular Iron Tower, painted red 
and white in horizontal bands. 


Albert Jensen. 








300 


2 Wick 
Concentric 


Wooden House, sides painted 
white, with flat roof, on which 


T. W. Bulley. 




136.20 


1 Argand. 


the principal lantern stands. 
The one shewing the red light 
is 14 feet lower, and at the 
angle of the building. 






All 


Duplex. 




John House, 




Seaward 






Do. 




Cylindrical Iron Tower, painted 
spirally red and white bands. 


Jno. Chetfey ... 


Geo. Rossiter. 












"White flat roofed dwelling, E. 










of tower, connected by covered 










way; small white store, black 










roof, 50 feet S. of dwelling. 






2?0 


1 Argaud, 


Buildings Wood. Light Tower 
rising from the gable of the 
house. Vertical parts painted 
white, roof red. 


E. Dicks. 





178 



Newfoundland Lights. 



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Name of 
Place. 



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Ireland Island. 
(La Poile Bay). 



Rose Blanche 
Point, 



,47 37 52 



47 35 48 



58 22 13 



58 41 30 1873 



Channel Head, 47 33 49 59 07 09il875 
Port-aax-Basques (See end 
If or Fog 
Alarm), 



Port-anx-Basques 
Leading Lights, 
(1) Front Light. 



Port-aux-BasqueS) 
Leading Lights, : 
(2) Rear Light. 



5th order Revolring Wliite Isght, 
alternate tla.-,hes and total eclij)- 
ses, attaining greatest brilliancy 
every twelve seconds. 

Fixed White, 4th order Dioptric, 
.shewing all .seaward. 



Fixed Red, 4th order Dioptric. 



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95 



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Sandy Point, 
St. George's Bay 



48 29 27158 30 3lll883 



Occulting White, giving equal 
periods of light and darkness 
of li .seconds. Shown from a 
.square pyramidal Wooden 
Tower fw'hitej on S. W. point 
of Road Island; elevation 22 j 
feet. A fixed Red light (not 
visible from seaward) is shown 
Irom the Xorth and Western 
sides of this lantern for ships 
leaving the port. 

Occulting White, giving equal; 
periods of light and darkness 
of 1^ seconds. Structure is like 
that on Road Island, and stands 
on the mainland 400 yards dis- 
tant therefrom N. W, by N. | 
N. mag. ; elevation 81 feet. 

Fixed White, 6th order Dioptric. 



Frenchman 'sH'd,|49 03 45|58 09 3yjl901 lixed White, 4th order Dioptric. 
Bay of Islands. ! i i 



Lobster Cove |49 36 09 
Head. Bonne 
Bay, 



Kepple Island, j50 39 00 
Port Saunders, j 



57 56 51 



57 19 00 



1897 



1901 



35 



160 



Occulting White, 4th order Diop- 115J 16 
tiic, making normally 12 revo- 
lutions per minute, two flashes 
to each revolutions. 



Fixed White, 6th order Dioptric. 107^ 



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Newfoundland Lights. 



179 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Hats and Caps. 



3 



Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



Wliole 
horizon. 



168| 



All 
Seaward 



All 
Seaward 



Do. 



1:^ Argand. Circular Iron Tower; Keeper's James Simms. 
dwelling of wood T6 ft. apart! 
(W. S. W.), painted red and 
white alternate baiuls conti- 
nuous round both buildings. 
2 Wick Buildings granite (one side and John Cook. 

Concentric one end painted in red and 
white vertical stripes), roofed 
with slate. Light Tower at 
one corner. I 

Do. Round Iron Light Tower (white) T. Pike, 
and dwelling are connected by 
covered way; sides white, roof 
of dwelling red. A red brick 
magazine stands 30 feet N. E. 
of tower. 



Do. 



Do. 



1 Argand. 



2 Wick 
Trinity. 



2 Wick 
Concentric 



Duplex. 



Round Iron Tower ; Store on 
South side ; Tower and Store 
painted Red and White hori- 
zontal bands, 3 red, 2 white. 

Square Pyranudal Wood Tower, 
surmounted by an octagonal 
drum and lantern, Tower and 
dwelling jiainted red and white 
horizontal bands. 

Round Iron Tower, painted 
White, 28J ft high. Keeper's 
dwelling 20 ft. eastward, con- 
nected to Tower by covered 
way. Sides of house and cov- 
ered way White, roofs Black. 

Square Pyramidal Wood Tower, 
surrounded by an oct.agonal 
drum and lantern, painted Red 
and White horizontal bands. 



Wilson Vardy, 
(Keeper of 

Leading Lights 
and Buoys). 



Mellidge C. 
Messervey. 



M. Boland. 



Wm. Young. 



C. Pike. 



180 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Boots and Shoes. 



The following Lights upon Newfoundland Territory 



Name of 
Place. 


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Cape Ray [Ice 


1871 


47 37 00 


58 18 00 


Catoptric. Revolving White, at- 


127 


17 


report Station]. 




[See end 
ior Fog 
Alarm]. 




taining greatest brilliancy every 
20 seconds. 






Point Rich 


1871 


50 42 00 


57 24 30 


Catoptric. Revolving White, 
showing two bright flashes with 


93 


15 






















an interval of 15 secon<ls be- 














tween them, followed by an 














interval of 30 secon<is, dtiring 














greater part of which light is 














eclipsed. Complete revolution 














45 seconds. 






Cape Norman ... 


1871 


51 38 07 
[See eud 
for Fog 
Alarm]. 


55 54 06 


Catoptric, revolving White; 
greatest brilliancy every two 
minutes. 


116 


16 


Cape Bauld 


1884 


51 38 50 
[See end 
for Fog 
Alarm]. 


65 25 00 


Catoptric, alternating Red and 
White every 45 seconds. 


154 


18 


Belle Isle [Depot 


1858 


51 52 .52 


55 21 50 


First order Dioptric, fixed White 


470 


28 


of )irovisions for 




[See end 




light. 






shipwrecked 




for Fog 










mariners]. 




Alarm]. 










Do, 


1880 


Below 
main 




Catoptric, fixed White 


137 


17 


[Low Light], 












light. 










Point Amour. 


1855 


51 27 26 56 50 28 


2nd order Dioptric, fixed White. 


152 


18 


[Forteau]. 




[See end 
for Fog 
Alarm]. 










Greenly Island, 


1878 


51 22 26 


57 09 52 


Catoptric, showing White i min- 


108 


15 


[Blanc Sablon]. 




[Sep end 
for Fog 
Horn] 




ute. Red Jminnte. White, do., 
and eclipse 1^ minute. 






Cape Race 


1856 


46 39 24 


53 04 20 


Catoptric ; revolving White light, 
attains greatest brilliancy every 


125 


17 






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for Fog 




half minute. Visible between 










Alarm]. 




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






Flower Island ... 


1899 


51 18 26 


56 43 33 


Catoptric ; revolving White light, 
attains greatest brilliancy every 
half minute. 


51 


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Note- -Belle Isle, Cape Race and Cape Ray Signal Stations 



Nevjfoundland Lights. 



181 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Lines and Twines. 



are maintained by the Canadian Government. 



Illuminated 
Arc. 



Kind of Lamp. 



Description of Building, 



Keeper. 



All points 
Seaward. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



From N. W. 

by N. round 

by S. to E. 

In approach- 
ing from the 
Gulf. 

All points 
Seaward. 



Do. 



180 



Mammotli flat 

wick burner ; 

constant level 

oil reservoir. 

Do. 



No. 1 Circular, 



Mammoth flat 
wick ; constant 
level oil reser- 
voir. 
Five mammoth 
flat wick lamps 
in a cluster. 

' Silber' }iatent 

circular burner 

lamps ; constant 

level oil reservoir. 

Five mammoth 

flat wick lamps 

in a cluster. 

Mammoth flat 

wick burner ; 

constant level 

oil reservoir. 

No. 9 Argands. 



Duplex burners, 

wiLh constant 

level reservoirs. 



Visible from 
all points of 
approach by 

water. 

are included in Lloyds' system of Reporting Stations, 



Wooden Octagonal, painted 
White ; Iron Lantern Ked ; 
White dwelling and out- 
buildings, with red roofs, 
nenr by. 

White Octagonal wood, with 
iron lantern Red. White 
dwelling behind. 



Wooden Hexagonal Tower, 
painted white. 



White square wooden Tower, 
surmounted by a Red lan- 
tern ; dwelling attached. 

Circular stone Tower, covered 
with clapboards, painted 
' white ; dwelling attached. 
i 

i White square wooden Tower, 
; surmounted by a red iron 
1 lantern. 

Circular white stone, covered 
1 with clapboards ; roof red. 
Dwelling attached. 

Octagonal wooden Tower 
painted white, with red 
lantern ; white wooden 
dwelling attached. 

Round iron light tower, 46 ft. 
high, painted red and white 
in broad vertical stripes. 
Keeder's house attached, is 
square, painted white with 
red roof. The light tower is 
connected with the Alarm 
house by a covered way 250 
feet long. 

White, square wood, with 
polygonal i"on lantern red. 
Dwelling attached. 



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Newfoundland and Canadian Fog Signals. 



AYRE 6s SONS, St. John's— Orders tay Mail carefully executed. 

Newfoundland Fog Signals, Sounded Day and Night during Thick 
Weather and Snow Storms. 



" c 



Name of Plai'e. 



Description of 
Signal. 



Interval of Sound, Remarks. 



1883 
1901 

1887 
1877 

1878 
1902 

1898 



Green Island, 

Catalina. 
Western Bay.. 



Cape 

Bt. Francis. 

Fort Aniher-st,. 



Do. 
Cape Spear 
Trepassey .. 



Channel Head. 



Chan)inon Fog 

Horn, 

Gun Cotton 

Explosive. 

Siren Trumpet ... 

Gnn Cotton 
Explosive. 

Mechanical Fog 

Horn. 
Compressed Air 

Trumpet. 

Explosive Gun 

Cotton, 



Explosive Gun 
Cotton. 



Sonndpd 1-3 seconds, with intervals of silence 
of 47 seconds. 

A 4-oz. cartridge exploded every 15 seconds, 
A ship'.s signal at sea answered by two ex- 
plosions in quick succession. 

iSouuded 5 seconds, silent 5 seconds ; sounded 
5 sees,, and silent 45 sees, in each minute. 

During daylight, when Cape Spear is enveloped 
in fog, this will be discharged every 20 niins. 
A vessel's signal will be answered. 

Sounded in reply to vessel's gun or whistle 
between gnu discharges. 

Sounded 7 seconds, with interval of silence 
23 seconds. 

A 4-oz. cartridge of gun cotton is exploded 
every 12 minutes. A ship's signal at sea 
will be answered by two explosions in cjuick 
succession. 

A 4-oz. cartridge of gun cotton is fired every 
8 nanates during thick or foggy weather, .4 
ship's alarm at sea will be answered by two 
explosions in quick succession. The signal 
is erected 65 ft. South of the Light Tower, 
connected thereto by a covered i>assage way; 
sides white, roof black. 



Canadian Fog Signals on Newfoundland Coast. 



Date of 
Erectioi; 



Name of Place, j 



Description of 
Signal. 



Interval of Sound. Remarks, 



1872 

1872 

1384 

lt-80 

Changed 
1899 

1875 

Moved 
1892 

1878 

1890 



Cape Race .. 

Cape Ray .. 
Cape Bauld 



Belle Isle 



Point Amour 



10-inch Steam 

Whistle. 

Steam Fog Horn. 

Steam Fog Horn, 

1st order double 
Siren operated 
by compressed ' 



Steam Fog 
Whi.stle. 



Greenly IslandjSteam Fog Horn, 
Cape Norman ,'Steam Fog Horn. 



Sound blasts of 5 sees., interval 15 sees., 
blast 5 sees,, then interval of 35 sees. 

Blast of 10 seconds every minute 

Blast of 10 seconds every minute. 

Midway between the upper and lowsr lights, 
250 feet above tlio sea. The bl.Tsf; of the 
Sirens are low and high notes alternately, 
e.ach of 2J seconds duration, separated by a 
silent interval of 2i- seconds in every 2 min- 
utes, thus .-—Low note 2* seconds, Silent 2* 
seconds, High note 2i seconds, Silent inter- 
val lV2h seconds. 

Sounds S" seconds every niimute. If whistle 
disabled a steam horn sounds similar blasts. 
The Fog Alarm building is 166 feet S. by E. 
from lighthouse. 

Blast of 10 seconds every li minute. 

Blast of 6 seconds every SS'seconds. 



Department of Public tforhs. 



IS.*^ 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's-Guarantee satisfaction to purchaser 



IDcpaxtment of ^\ih\k Watk^, 

Office : Departmental Building, Duckworth Street. 

Office Hours :• 15 a. m. to 4 p. m. 

Minister of Public Works — Geoj'ge W. Guslnie. 

DepiUy Minister of Public Works and Govt. Engineer— H.. C. Buicliell. 

Secretary — James Harris (acting). 

First Clerk — 

Second Clerk — Thomas Morris. 

Third Clerk~Wm. C. Pearce. 

Superintendent of Public Works — Win. Churcliill. 

Acting Inspector of Oxitport Roads — Wm. Woodioril. 

Road^ Inspectors— '^m. Gosse, Patrick Mnrphy. 

Messenger — Michael Poland. 

Board of Works. 

The Minister, Chairman; Right Hon. Sir Robert Bond, and .Jolm 
Anderson, Albert H. Martin, Wm. Duggan, Esqrs. 

Keepers of Halfv/ay Houses. 

Salmonier Road — Lawrence Murphy. 
HcarVs Content-Carhonear — Jolm Hopkins. 
Trinity-Catalina — John Lockyer. 
Renews- Trepassey — John Lawlor. 

Ferries and Ferrymen. 



Ferrymen. 



Residence. 



Courses ot Ferries. 



Charles Kennedy 



Zach arias Webber, 
J. E. Quirk (actg) , 

John Gillard ... 

Solomon Warr 

Eli Reid ... 



Samuel Brinston, sr, 
N. Peckford 

R. Chalk 



Woody P't, Bonne Bay, 
St. Barbe District. 



Fortune Harbor, Twillin- 

gate District. 
Gillard's Ce, Main Tickle, 

Twillingate District. 
Herring Neck and Little 

Hr., Twillingate Dist. 
Change Islds, Fogo Dist. 

Rocky Bay, Fogo District 
Ragged Har., Fogo Dist. 

Deadman'a Bay, Fogo Dis- 
trict. 



Norris Point to Curzon Vil. 

or Woody Point. 
Little Bay to Three Arms. 
Acro.ss Fortune Harbor. 

Gillard's Cove to Tii^zard's 

Harbor. 
Jones' Cove or Main Tickle 

Cove to Merritt's Hai'. 
North to South Main Tickle, 

Change Islands. 
Rocky Bay, Fogo. 
Ragged Har. N. to Ragged 

Har. S., or Musgrave Hr. 
Deadman's Bay Pond N, to 

Deadman's Bay Pond S., 

or Deadman's Bay to 

Ragged Harbor. 



184 



Perries and Ferrymen. 



AYRE 66 SONS, St. John's— Best Groods at Lowest ppiees. 



Ferries and Ferrymen — (Continued). 



Fenynien. 



Eesidence. 



Courses of Ferries. 



Abraham fTriidger. 
Edward HL-H'erton... 

Eolit. Beddlecoinbe 

Philip Knee 

J(dni Winters 

Moses Hoskins 

John Critchley 

John Abbott 

Beiijaniiu Hayward. 

Wui. Gibbons 

John Burden, sr. ... 
Edward Moss 

Wni. Ryan 

Thos. Ford 

Tlionias Late 
John Bartlett, sr. .. 
George Duffitt 

Jamas Baker 

Thomas Smith 

l/cvi Nosevvorthy .. 

Isaac Dawe 

P. Gushue ... 

Thomas Myers, jr. . 

Patrick Duff 



Windmill Brook, Cat Hr., 
Fogo District. 
. iNewtown, Bonavista Dis- 
trict. 

Wcsleyville, Bonavista 

District. 
Pool's Island, Bonavista 

District. 
Tinker's Id., near Greens 

pond, Bonavista Dist. 
Greenspond, do. 



Do. 



do. 



Badger Quay, Bonavista 

District. 
Gooseberry Islands,Bona- 

vista District. 
Gooseberi-y Islands,Bo:ia- 

vista District. 
Salvage, Bonavista Dist. 

Do. do 

Southern Bay, Bonavista 

District. 
Amherst Cove, Bonavista 

District. 



Windmill Brook to end of 

Eoad. 
Newtown to York, Bungy's, 

Hall's, Norris and Outer 

Pinchard's Islands. 
Swain's Island to Weslev- 

ville. 
Pool's, Knee's Browne's and 

Dyke's Islands. 
Tinker's Island and Main 

Island to Pool's Island. 
Ship Island to Greenspond 

and Newell's Island. 
Shambler Cove or Mainland 

to Greenspond. 



One Island to the other. 

Fair and P. mi's Islands and 
Sydney Cove. 

From Side to Side. 

Sailor's Island to Mainland 
or Dark Cove. 

Southern Bay. 

King's Cove to Amherst 
Cove. 

iTrinity E., Trinity Dist.|Trinity East to Trinity. 
Trinity, Trinity District. [Trinity East to Southside. 
iBritanuia Cove, TrinitylBritannia Cove to Bur- 
j District. ; goyne's Cove. 

Snook's Harbor, Trinity'Snook's Hr. to Foster's P't, 
District. Whiterock, etc. 



Elliott's Ce, Bandom Sd, 

' Trinity Dist. 

Harbor Grace. Hr. Grace 

District. 
Bay Roberts, Har. Grace 

District. 



Foster's Point to Claren- 

ville. 
Harbor Grace Southside to 

Nortliside. 
Coley's Point to Bay 
Roberts. 



Conception Har., Harbor Kitchues to South Shore, 



Main District. 
Chapel's Cove, Hr, Main 

District. 
Holyrood, Hr. Main Dist. 



C. B. 

Chapel's Cove to Duff's. 

Duff's to Chapel's Cove. 



Ferries mid Ferry'tAen. 



ish 



AYRB &c SONS, St. John's -Best place to buy Gpoceries. 


Ferries and Ferrymen— (Continued). 


Ferrymen. 


Residence. 


Courses of Ferries. 



Philip Haley 
Wni. Clenieuts 
Matthew Jackman... 
James Cose 
Edward Doran 
Michael Stamp 

Michael Fagan 

John Christopher ... 
Richard Gregory ... 

James Butland 

JkCrs. Martlia King... 
Michael Doran 

Ambrose Power 
Mrs. Patrick Kemp, 
Wm. Senior 
John Hanrahan 
Patrick Hanrahan.. 
L. Power 

Joseph Mitchell .. 
John Wrixon 



North Arm to S. S. Holy 

rood. 
Bell Isle to Topsail. 



Holyrood, Noith Arm, 

Hr. Main Dist. 
Bell Isle, St. John's East 

District. 
Portugal Cove, St. John'sjPortugal Cove to Bell Isle. 

East District. 
Aquaforte, Ferryland 

District. 
Trepassey, Placentia and 



St. Mary's District 
Holyrood, St. Mary's, Pla 
centia and St. Mary', 
Disirict. 

Riverhead, St. Mary's,;South to North Side 
Placentia and St. Mary' 
District. 

North to South Side. 



Aquaforte to Fermeuse. 
West Side to Trepassey. 
Holyrood to Peter's River. 



Mall Bay, Placentia and 

St. Mary's District. 
Admiral's Ce, St. Mary's 
Bay, Placentia and St. 
Mary's District. 
Mussel Pond,St.Joseph's, 
Placentia and St. Mary's 
District. 
Salmonier, Placentia and 

St. Mary's District. 
North Hr., via Colinet, 
Placentia and St. Mary's' 
District. 
Branch, Placentia and St., Branch Gut, West to East 
Mary's District. Side 



Admiral's Beach to Colinet 
Island. 

Acioss Mussel Pond. 



King's Landing to Mount 

Carmel. 
Across North River. 



Placentia, Placentia and 
St. Mary's District. 

Flat Island, Burin Dis- 
trict. 

Mortier Bay, Burin Dis- 
trict. 

Little Bay, Burin District 



Jersey Side to Placentia 

proper. 
Flat Island to Davis 

Island. 
Across Little Bay. 



Little Bay to Spanish 
Room. 

Marystown, Mortier Bay,:North Side to South Side. 
Burin District. 



Collin's Ce, Burin, Burin 

District. 
Streets, Burin District ... 



Public Wharf, Burin, to 

Step-aside. 
Spoon Cove to Path 

End. 



186 



Ferries and Ferrymen. 



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



Ferries and Ferrymen — (Continuerl). 



Ferrvmeii. 



Residence. 



Courses of Ferries. 



Edward O'Eeillv .. 
E. Walsh .. 

Martin Strong 
Charles Follett .. 

Wilson White 



Edward Thompson. 
Andrew Harris 
Edward Bartlett .. 

Abraham Rose 

Miss Jane Manger... 
Edward Hay ward... 
John Francis 
James LeMoine 
John Hardy 
Eli Stroud 

Morgan Keeping ... 
George Harding ... 
Mrs. Wni. Kettle ... 

Francis Mclsaac ... 
Benjamin O'Quinn.. 
Michael Ryan 



Corbin, Burin District. 

Little St. Lawrence, 
Burin District. 

Lawn, Burin District. 

Grand Beach, Burin Dis- 
trict. 

Harbor Briton, Fortune 
Bay District. 

Harbor Briton, Fortune 

Bay District. 
Connaigre Baj^, Fortune 

Bay District. 
Coomb's Cove, Bay de 

L'eaii, Fortune Bay 

District. 
Little Bay, Fortune Bay, 

Fortune Ba}' District. 

Poile District. 
La Poile, Burgeo and La 

La Poile, Burgeo and La 

Poile District. 
La Plante, Burgeo and La 

Poile District. 
Rose Blanche, Burgeo 

and La Poile Dist. 
Rose Blanche, Burgeo 

and La Poile ])ist. 
Baker's Tickle, Rose 

Blanche, Burgeo and 

La Poile D. trict. 
Burnt Island, Li^-geo 

and La Poile Dj. t. 
Baker's Tickle, Buigeo 

and La Poile Dist. 
Grand Bay, via Channel 

P. Office, Burgeo and 

La Poile District. 
Little River, Codroy, St. 

George District. 
Grand River, Codroy, St. 

George District. 
Grand River, Codroy, St. 

George District. 



Across Corbin Harlsor. 
Across Little St. Lawrence. 

Across Lawn, Barrisway. 
From Side to Side. 

Jersey Har. S. S. to Jersey 
Hr. K S., thence to Har. 
Briton. 

Harbor Briton S. Side to 
N. Side. 

Harbor Briton to Hermit- 
age Cove. 

Coomb's Cove to Little 
Bay. 

Little Bay to Coomb's 
Cove. 

Across Little Harbor. 

Misery Point across Great 
Harbor. 

: Across La Plante Haibor. 

I 

Harbor Le Cou to Petites. 

Grandy's Passage to Burnt 

Islands and Main. 
Baker's Tickle to Harding's 

Island. 

Burnt Islands. 

Harding's Harbor to Stroud 

Tickle. 
Grand Bay to Port-aux- 

Basques. 

Little River, Soutli to 

Northside. 
Grand River, Codroy, S. S. 

to N. S. Gut. 
Grand Codroy River, South 

to North side. 



Ferries, &c. — Outport Road Boards. 



187 



AYRB «B SONS, St. John's-Best place to buy Ships' Stores. 



Ferries and Ferrymen— (Continued). 



Ferrymen. 



Residence. 



Courses of Ferries. 



Michael Jos. Gillis. 
Wm. Gillani 
James Gillam 
Josepli R. Legge .. 
John Barry 
Charles Poirier 
Wm. Ryan 
Daniel Dennis 



Highlands, St. George 

District. 
Crabb's Brook, St. George 

District. 
Middle Barachoix Brook, 

St. George District. 
Robinson's Head Brook, 

St. George District. 
Fischell's, St. George 

District. 
Flat Bay Brook, St. 

George Dist. 
Sandy Point, St. George 

District. 
Little Barachoix Brook, 

S.S., St. George Dist. 



Across Highlands to River 

Brook. 
Across Crabb's Brook. 

Across the Brook. 

Across Robinson's Brook. 

Across Fischell's Brook. 

Across Flat Bay Brook. 

Sandy Point to Southsidc. 

Across Barachoix Brook, 
Southside Sandy Point. 



Outport Road Boards, 
District of St. Barbe— 

1. Trout River — James Butt, Abel Barnes, George Crocker. 

2. Norris's Point, Bonne Bay — Jolin Harding, J. Payne, Jas. Endicott 
(Sandy's Cove), Wm. Young (Rocky Harbor), J. A. Squires. 

3. Bonne Bay — G. Halfyard, Rev. W. Browne, J. Campbell, G. W. 
Wilton, J. R. Roberts, S. Roberts, R. Sheppard, Jonathan Noel. 

4. Shoal Brooh to Glenburnie (both inclusive) — William Young, Hugh 
Mackenzie, Richard Cains, Charles Moores. 

5. Coiv Head — John Payne, Samuel Vincent, Geo. Hutchings, James 
Roche, Wm. Brown, Jesse Payne. 

6. Daniel's Harbor — Cornelius Biggins, John Brophy, Wm. Anderson, 
Uriah Hiscock, John House. 

7. Port Saunders — Abram House, Josepli Hicks, Joseph Patey, James 
Ryan, Henrj^ Rumbold. 

8. Currant Island — Abraham Gibbons, Manuel Cains, Jas. Williams, 
Philip Dredge, Samuel Coombs. 

9. Flower's Cove — Samuel Rose, Michael Lawless, Hy. Whelan, Henry 
Way, John Way, George B. Mittlen, Joshua Diamond, Patrick Walsh. 

10. Cajje Norman to Quirpon — Charles Longman, Nathaniel Decker, 
Henry Decker, Moses Pynn, William Decker, William Edison. 

11. Quirpon to Brehat — Henry Weir (Griguet), Wm. Alcock, Simon 
Hillier, C. LeDrew, Jacob Bussey (St. Leonard's), Joseph Guy (Quirpon), 
Wm. Edison (Noddy Bay), Jos. Taylor. 

12. St. Anthony — Joseph Moores, James Biles, Wm. Boyd. 

13. Conche — Rev. J. J. Lynch. 

14. i??if/;ee— Isaac Fillierl; Henry Gillard, Robert T, Gillard, 



18R Outport Moad Boards. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Best pla,ce to buy Dpy Goods. 

15. Canada Harbor — John Brenuock, Joseph Breen, Michael Haynes, 
Eli Brown. 

16. Hooping Harbor to Oat Ann (both inclusive) — Peter Rendell, Win. 
Rapson, Israel Nicholls, Wm. Carroll, W. John Rendell. 

17. No)-th Side White Bay— Joh Ford, J. Reid, J. Wicks, Jos. Condon, 
J. Taylor. 

18. South Side White Bay — John Jacobs, William Rice, Thomas Rice, 
James Sparkes, George Pierce. 

19. Fkur de Lys—Thos. Walsh, Fred. Noftal, John Walsh, Jeremiah 
Ford. 

20. Coacliman's Cove — Jas. McCormaek, Robert Barker, Andrew Mat- 
thews, John F. Downey, Francis La Mic. 

21. La Scie — Wm. Toms, George Moigan, Eli Bugdell, Jolin Clance, 
Robert Toms. 

22. Groais Islands — James Gardner, James Breen, James Wari'en. 

23. St. Barbe Islands — Joseph Curtis, John Burton. 

District of Twillin&ate— 

1. Shoe Cove — T. Walsliman, J. Harding, S. Martin, H. Foster, J. 
Wicks. 

2. Tilt Gove— J. Hearn, C. Coombs, A. Adams, E. Tillev, P. Winsor, 
E. Roberts, T. Carroll, W. Collins, Oliver Saunders. 

.3. Snook's Arm — T. Stoodley, Jonathan Adams, T. Bowers. 

4. Nipper's Harbor — Samuel Noble, Benjamin Bowers, Abel Randell, 
W. T. Noble, Charles Batstone. 

5. Eastern Stocking Harbor to Rouge Harbor — William Giles, Samuel 
Giles, Samuel Rideout, John Hounsell, Thos. Hounsell. 

6. N. W. Arm~F. Martin, A. Roberts, L. Skinner, W. Giles, Azariah 
Miles, Eleazai- Mile*, Edward Jillings, Wm. House. 

7. S. W. Arrn—Wm. Coombs, "jesse Newhook, Wm. Card, William 
Warlord, Thomas Burt, M. P. Smart, Esau Thorns, Richard Bridger, Sol. 
Rowsell, Jacob Thoms. 

8. Jackson's C'oye— Samuel Knight, Thomas King, Jolm England, J. J. 
Manuel, Lorenzo Newhook, John Wheeler, Wm. Janes, William Moores, 
Alfred Osmond. 

9. Three Arms— J. Batstone, F. Strong, James Morris, D. Strong. 

10. TFild Bight— Uohert Young, A. Roberts, Edward Brown, A. Yates, 
Thos, Colbourne. 

11. Littls Bay Mines— 'Rev. J. Lynch, Philip Brown, John Aspell, 
Wm. Foran, John Tobin, Patrick Leary, T. Richards, Thomas Colbuurne, 
Josiah Clarke. 

12. St. Patrick'.'!— John Delaney, Thomas Bouzan, Joseph Colbourne, 
Henry Gillard, M. Bouzan, J. R. Eouzan. 

13. Little Bay Island— Geovge Stewart, T. Thistle, Jas. Hibbs, Duncan 
Parsons, T. Wiseman, W. Anstey, Robert Morris, (^eo. Mitchell, jr. 

14. SouUan's Cove — John Hull, John Hibbs, Elisha Hutchings, Alfred 
Locke, Robert Hull, Frederick Wiseman. 

15. Little Ward's Harbor— George Thoms, James Hilliard, J. Benson, 
J. Budden, G. Osmond, A. Milley, J. White, E. Mercer, 



16. Boot Harior~F, Thistle, J. Taylor. 



Outport Road Boards. 189 



AYRE fie SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Hardware. 

17. Little Bmj South — James Strong, Richard Anstey, Ueorge Anstey, 
Frank Weir, Geo. Anstey, John Wiseman, George Murseil. 

18. Robert's Arm — H. C. LeDrew, Francis Warr, Samuel Coffin. 

19. Ward's Harbor — Samuel Short, Jasper Rowsell, Joseph Barton, 
John T. Paddick, James Croucher, sr. 

20. Cutwell Arm — Kenneth Short, Reuben Croucher, George Rideout, 
Samuel Hawkins, Samuel Croucher. 

21. Lush's Bight — J. Parsons, E. Slade, Samuel Parsons. 

23. Dark Tickle — 0. Burge, Geo. Fudge, James Fudge, Joseph Fudge. 

22. Nimrod and Triton — W. Enstrege, W. Vincent, Robert Fudge, 
Joseph Windsor. 

24. Sunday Cove Island — John T. Morey, William Wellman. 

25. Pilley's Island — J. Maddick, Benjamin Blackmore, Uiiah Stuck- 
less, Job Wells, John Purchase, Thomas Pride, H. G. LeUrew, John Gu_v. 

26. Card's Harbor — Thomas Roberts, Geo. Roberts, John Vatcher, 
James Vincent. 

27. Sop2:)'s Island — Joseph Curtis, John Durney, Albert Penney, Ed. 
Pool. 

28. Leading TicJdes — G. March, N. Chippett, J. Hoggert, J. Whelan, 
R. Alcock, Uriah Martin, jr., Wm. Lanning, Chas. Churchill, Frederick 
Moores. 

29. New Bay — J. Manuel, D. Spence, E. Boone, J. Moore, P. Moores, 
Tiios. Clarke, Timothy Moores, Joseph Rice (Flurry's Bight), Thos. Tates. 

30. /S. JV. Arm, New Bay — Eli Stuckless, John Coope)', Abm. Mug- 
ford, Jas. Ander.son, sr., Jos. Baggs. 

31. South ^rni— Mark Brett, Geo. Tucker, Thos. Stuckless, Charles 
Warford. 

32. Fortune Harbor — Rev. R. Walsh, Jas. Carroll (South East), John 
Hamilton, John Roberts (North West), John Shea (North Side), William 
Byrne (Webber's Bight), M. Byrne (Waldron's Bight), Patrick Glavine (of 
Denis). John Davis, David Glavine (D). 

33. Northern Harbor — Hy. Hutchings, Daniel Dekker, John Hutch- 
ings, Joseph Hutchings. 

34. Exploits Burnt Island — A. Manuel, J. Manuel, T. Wiiisor, M. 
Walton, G. Seviour, S. Manuel, W. Lilly, W. Bradley. 

35. Northern Arm — W. Evans, L. Manuel. 

36. Boiwoodville — Abner Lacev, A. Jewer, Elias Burt, Jas Handcock, 
T. Driscoll, S. Alson. 

37. Burnt Arm — Wm. Woolridge, James Elsworth, John Gill, Isaac 
Dean, John Elliott. 

38. Kite C'oit;— Wm. Lidstone, Fred. Jewer, Geo. Brown, Geo. Manuel, 
Samuel Manuel, Levi Baker. 

39. Scissor's Cove — Absalom Chalk, James Snow, sr., Robert Hiiyden, 
John Pardy. 

40. Lewisport — N. Turner, Richard Boone, Joseph Northcote, William 
Russell, W. G. Wuolfrey (Jas.). 

41. Campbelltoivji— Jos. Anstey, Wm. G. Hill, Carnell Harnett, Mai'k 
Snow, James Manuel. 

42. Loon Bail— J. Kol)erts, F. Slade, Alfred Linfield, Robert Roberts, 
Thomus Mani^el, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's- Best place to buy Fishing- Tackle. 

43. Birchy Bay — Samuel Mews, Joseph Quinlan, John Canning, Rd. 
Mews, Basil Osihgir]. 

44. Comfort Cove — Reuben Cull, Simon Cull, Ed. Connors, Stephen 
Cooper, Wm. Philpot. 

45. CotteWs Island — Wm. Hy. Philpot, Charles King, George TJulgin, 
Eli Moors, Mark Hudiort. 

46. Black Island — John Harris, William Davey, Rd. Hamilton, J. T. 
Barnes, Ambrose Hill. 

47. Samson's Island — Stephen Janes, T. Clark, John Baker, G. Treine. 

48. Fanner's ^rm —Elijah Wheeler, Philii^ Jenkins, James Boyde, 
George Gates, Thos. Wheeler. 

49. Moreton's Harbor — J. S. Colbounie, T. Rideout, Joseph Knight, 
J. Taylor, W. Taylor, A. Jones, J. Barnes, John Bennett, Alfred Bartlett. 

50. Tizzard's Harbor— R. Boyd, J. Small, Richard Small. 

51. Friday's Bay (South)— Wm. Gedge, Geo. Earle, Thos. Tizz.ird. 

52. Tramp Iskuai — Silas Smith, Eli Young, Chas. White, John Boyd, 
John Smith. 

53. Carter's Cove- Thomas Young, Samuel Burt, Richard Burt, Thos. 
Buit, David Dove. 

54. Tn-iUinr/ate—Ahnnu Young, ji'., James Gillett, Elijah Kendall, 
Philip Pipi)y, Edward Roberts, Thomas Young, Joseph Stuckless, Benj. 
Robeits, John Elliott, Stephen Anstey, Mark Luther, Silas Burt. 

55. Herring A'«c7i— Joseph Kearle}', Samuel Miles, John Card, John 
Edney, Benj. Toriaville. 

66. P2'A-e'5^r»i— Timothy Grime*, Elias Stuckley, W. Rose, Edward 
Richards, Levi Blandford, James Hurley. 

57. Bo-yd's Cove — John Freake, J. Clare, Peter Gunn, Michael Burry, 
Joseph Newman. 

58. Beaver Cove— James Elliott, T. Day, H. Elliott, Edwin Pilley. 

59. Springdale— George Clarke, S. Hnxter, U. Hamilton, R. Peters, 
Joseph Blackler. 

60. (?;e?iifoof^— Garrett Kelly, Howard Crowell, Daniel Blackmore, 
Wm. Rowsell, Andrew Porter. 

61. Glover's Harbor — Henry Rowsell, sr., Isaac Rowsell, Jos. Martin, 
Jesse Marsli, George Marsh. 

District of Fog-o— 

1. Change Islands— ■¥. C. Earle, Samuel Saunders, S. Roberts, W. Tor- 
raville, James C. Worrall, Jacob Le Drew, Thos. Elliott. 

_ 2. Fogo—ls. Banks, H. Bennett, Robert Scott, A. J. Fitzgerald, W. 
Elliott, J. Dwyer, Thomas Humphries, jr. 

3. Barr'd Island— T. M. Anthony, W. Goodwin, J. Watkins, G. Mit- 
chei-, Wm. Cull, R. Finnemore, JosejJh Cobb, Andrew Mew. 

4. Queenstown — W. Breth, A. Breth, R. Etheridge, T. Focrertv Georsre 
Miller, J. Freke. " -^ ' ^ 

5. Tilton Harbor— J. Burke, P. Brien, C. Lane, James Brauders, C. 
Green. 

6. Seldom.-Come-By—'H. Harnett, P. Newell, W. Penney, Geo. Pennej-, 
T. Holmes, J. Dawe, Joseph Anthony. 

7. hidian Islands— W, Collins, "W, Perry, jr., A, Cosh, E. Carnell 
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8. North Side, Gander Bay- Thoa. W. Pecki'ord, Charles Fi-aiicis, ji\, 
Jay. Francis, Jiio. Squires, Joliu Bull. 

9. South Side, Gander Bay — Win. Harris Jno. Payne, sr., Jas. Hodder, 
Francis Saunders, John Harris, N. Blake. 

10. Victoria Cove — J. W. Well, sr., Edwin Torraville, George Record, 
Jno. T. Oke, Andrew Bussey. 

11. Frcdericton—'Y vpAerick Scott, W. Wheaden, J. Button, W. Hodder, 
Isaac Thompson. 

12. liocky firtT/— Sam'l Russel, John Perry, Steplien Clialk, C. AVhite 
(Noggin Cove), B. Tulk, S. Parsons, Eli Steele, Sydney Greene. 

' 13. Ladle and Apsey Coves— 1,. Wellon, H. Chalk, 'E. Slielly, \\ . \\■e^l, 
Josiah Goodger, Arthur Wellon. 

14. Musgrave Harbor, Doting Core and Ragged Harbor — J. B. Wheeler, 
Eli Russell, Levi Hicks, R. Boland, W. Whiteway, H. Burt, Jos. Ahhott. 

15. Cat Harbor — H. Bobbins, W. Butt, C. Parsons, G. Noiman, E. 
Gudger, J. Parsons, M. Gibbons, S. Hatcher, G. Blackwood. 

District of Bonavista — 

1. Cape Freeh — Bishop Humphrey, Job Stocks, Jacol> Stocks, Jacob 
Andrews (Cape Island), Richard Hunt (Cajje Island). 

2. Pinchard's Island — Thomas Gill, Samuel Green, Thomas Iloiinscll, 
Henry Davis, Peter Gill, Philip Blackmore. 

3. Newtown — Daniel Green, James Hetferton, Geo. Sainsbury. Fiaidv 
Andrews, Capt. Thomas Barboui-, Capt. George Barbour, Henry Mulendv, 
Thomas Green (Pound Cove), Kenneth Ridout (Fox Cove). 

4. Wesley cille — Peter Winsor, J. Winsor, Tiios. Roberts, S. H. Hutch- 
ings, A. Roberts, T. Green, P. MuUett, G. Winsor. 

5. Pool's Island — Benjamin Kean, Eltazer Kean, John Spurrell, Geo. 
Rodgers, Marshall Kean, Samuel Dyke, Abm. Knee, James Spurrell, Geo. 
King. 

6. Safe ifa?-6oi'— William Davis, W. Attwoods, Stephen Born, Peter 
Barry. 

7. Greenspond — S. Peckfoi-d, J. S. Carter, Nathaniel Way, G. WDinell, 
S. Hoddnot, James Pond, Philip Barton, E. Carter, J. T. Oakk-y. 

8. Shanibler's Cove — Arthur Vivian, Robert Burton, Daniel Bragg, 
Jacob White (Loo Cove), John Burry (Loo Cove). 

9. Fair Island — Job Hunt, Robert Fermage, Moses Cutlei', Henry 
Rodgers (Pass Cove), Jacob Hunt (Silver Hair Island;, John Rodgers 
(Sydney Cove), Caleb Cutler (Fair Island). 

10. St. Brendan's— 'Rev. T. G. Battcock, Wm. Ryan, J. Turner (of 
Wm.), J. Bridgeman, J. Hynes (of Thos.), J. Whelan, John Connors. 

11. Burnt Island— ^amwel Kelly, G. Kelly, Thus. Kane, G. Hollohan, 
Sylvester Aylward. 

12. Gooseberry Island — Job House, sr., John House, R. S. Janes, 
R. Cashin, John Parsons, J. Perry, Jas. House, jr. 

13. Deer Island — John Tight, Samuel Feltliani, James Glover, Chas. 
Feltham, John Feltham. 

14. Hare Bay — Robt. Ferris, Thos. Collins, Samuel Collins, Charles 
Parsons (Shoal Bay), Wm. Brown (Derby Harbor). 

15. Gambo — Benjamin Saunders, Simeon Osmond, Geoige Pritchett 
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16. Flat 7s/«?!f/s— William Samson, jr., Henry Hiscock, Henry Kelli- 
j,n(;\v, John Davis, James Morgan. 

17. Alexander Bay— A. Janes, Wm. Ledrew, J. Ralph, R. Saunders, 
.Folni Wells, John Whelan, H. Davis. 

18. Salvage Bay— J. Dyke, Steph. Oldford, R. Oldford, Lewis Sriuire, 
J. Squire. 

19. Salvarje— James Oldford, Andrew Hunter, John Moss, J. Burden, 
Jno. Lane, Jas. Dyke, Jas. Burden. 

20. Happy Adventure— J o\\\\ Moss, William Quinton (Sandy Cove), 
Jas. Handcock, Wm. Brown, Wm. Hay ward. 

21. Bloomfield and Musgravetoivn— J ohn E. Oldford, Wm. Greening 
(of John), John Saint, James Little, George Reader (Bloomfield), James 
Old lord. 

22. Fort Blandford— J osmh. Stone, Jonas Webber, Geo. R. Plowman, 
Thos. Greening, Albert Freeman. 

23. Canning's Cove — John Yetman, John Pect, Wm. Hobbs, Charles 
Chatman, John Chatman. 

24. Clode Sound — Alex. Spracklin, William Ford, Jonathan Abbott, 
John Peddle, Arthur White, Thos. Brown (of Elias). 

25. BrooJdyn (Saltan's to S. W. BrooJc, both inclusive) — William Pye, 
Isaac Antle, Andrew Lethbridge, William Blunden, W. F. Stares, John 
Pardy, Charles Handcock. 

26. Jamestown — Geo. Haines, William Yetman, Josejah Lane, Henry 
Reader, C. Haynes. 

27. Svxet Bay — William Walkei', John Kelly, sr., James Connors, 
Michael Maloney, Thomas Maloney, sr., F. Hartery, D. D mley. 

28. Southern Bay — Robert Prince (of Geo.), Robert Prince (of Jno.), 
\V. White, S. Yetman, J. Quinton. 

29. Indian Arm — John Humby (of Ed.), Samuel Fry, sr., John Hol- 
lohan, John Mullowney, A. Newell, Aubrey Crocker, Laurence Hollohan. 

30. Plate Cove — Andrew Kehoe, jr., Jas. Tracey, Jas. Walsh, William 
Kehoe, Michael Kehoe. 

31. Open Hall— John Butt, William Gould, John Moss, Robt. Barkei', 
jr., W. Barker, Charles Murphy. 

32. Red Cliff —Chhvles Quinton (Chas.), John Quinton, John Quinton 
(Wm.), George Quinton, John Ryan. 

33. Tickle Cove — Adam Skitlington, Wm. Russell, Michael Connors, 
Patrick McCormick, Edward O'Neil, John Walsh, Wm. Taylor. 

34. Keels— C. Elliott, T. Hobbs, W. Penney, T. Penney, John Ducey, 
A. Moss, J. Hobbs, Ed. Mesh, Jno. Murphy, sr., Jno. Byrne, sr., Henry 
Fitzgerald. 

35. Broad Cove — Thomas Carew, Peter Donovan, John Carroll, Mich'l 
Kenetick, Michael Griffin. 

36. King's Cove — Alfred Brown, Bernard McGrath, Thomas Curtis, 
Thomas Ryan, Jno. Devine, sr., M. Devine, Michael Martin, sr., Henry 
Handcock, Thos. Brown (of John), Richard HoUahan, Patrick Barron. 

37. Stock Ooi;e— John Mahoney, David Walsh, Thos. Walsh, sr., Thos. 
Gallahue, Matthew Walsh. 

38. Knight's Cove — James Rickets, sr., Patrick Walsh (Pat.), Joseph 
Hodder, Joseph Aylward, David Ricketts, Thos. Ricketts, Wm. Aylward. 



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Aeolian, w^hich places the best Music within reach of all. 

39. Newmaiis Cove (Birchy Cove to Amlierst Cove) — Walter Squire, 
Walter Brown, E. W. Brown, Thos. Benger, Geo. Ednnindp, John Terry, 
Geo. Ryan, John Skiffington (of Wm.), Albert HoUett (Newman's Cove)." 

40. Bonavista — Wm. Skiffington (of James), John Templeman, James 
Way, John Tremblett, Thomas Abbott, James Wells, John Lawrence, 
Jeremiah Conuell, Michael Ryan, jr., Robert Brown. 

District of Trinity— 

1. Bird Island Cove — Robert Tucker, Maurice Fleming, R. Tilley, W. 
Hobbs, Thos. Porter, Jas. Goff, Azarinh Pearce. 

2. Little Catalina — Thomas Dalton, Wm. Johnson (of Jos.), J. Steel, 
Geo. Gudger, R. Johnson, J. G. Genge. 

3. Catalina — John Hunt, Job King, Mark Guy, James Murphy, 
Stephen Janes, Ronald House, Theophilus King, Jas. Howell, W. Manuel, 
Francis Wiltshire. 

4. Bagged Harbor — Edward Lane, R. Doody, Pat'k Doody, William 
Cotter, William Doody. 

5. English Harbor and Salmon Cove — Martin Bugden, Wm. Higdon, 
John Waltars, Obadiah Lang, James Moody, J. Gosse, Geo. Barnes, H. E. 
Batstone, R. Nurse, F. Gosse. 

6. Ship Cove and Robin Hood — Jolin Randell, Patrick Hanlon, Alex. 
Plowman, James Randell, AVilliam Butler (Wm.), Alex. Banister. 

7. Trinity East — Charles Holman, Wm. Fowlow, Wm. Fowlow (Jno.), 
Reginald Mills, Robert Miller, Richard Jones, Wm. Watts, R. Woodman. 

8. Trinity— Rohevt White, M.D., E. H. Maidment, Jno. Green, David 
B. Grant, Jno. Hoskins, Elijah Morris, sr. (Cuckold's Cove), John Brown 
(Trouty), J. Woolridge, sr. 

d.Bonaventure — Samuel Miller, Noah Miller (New Bonaventure), 
John King (George's Cove), James Millei', Zacharias Miller, Levi King, 
William Clarke (Kerlev's Harbor), Alfred Bayley (Old Bonaventure), Levi 
Short, Theo. King (White Point). 

10. British Harbor — Henry Gardner, Noah Gardner, Thos. N. Gard- 
ner, Thomas Leonard (of Thos.), Adam Bannister, Job Wiseman, Orestes 
Vokey (Paper Harbor), Peter Leonard, Noah J. Gardner, Geo. Leonard. 

11. Burgoynes Cove — Levi Rodgers, George Stevenson, John Duffett, 
Joseph Steel, George Ivany. 

12. White Eock~Aa.ron Stone, Wm. Gudger, Abraham Stone, James 
Duffett, Wni. Frampton, John Dalton. 

13. Broad Cove Thos. Pelley, Benj. Pittman, Simeon Tilley, Alex. 
Gardner, Moses Strong. 

14. George's Broolc — Edmund Pelley (George's Brook), Wm. J. Adams 
(King's Cove), John Pelley, Wm. Stanley, Fred. Peddle, F. Pelley. 

15. Snook's Harbor— John Baker, D. Phillips, Wm. Ryan. 

16. Britannia Co2;e— Robert Currie, Charles Late, J. Travener, E. J. 
Gardner, James Cash, Benjamin Bugden. 

17. Ireland's Eye— Y,. Cooper, J. Toop, J. Ivany (Old Tilt), AVilliam 
Watton, Tobias Miller. 

18. Deer Harbor and Thoroughfare— J. Mills, Thos. Mills, J. Whelan, 
J. Brown, George Mills. 

19. HicJcman's Ilccrbor— James Penney, Wm. Critch, Hezekiah Blun- 
don, Joseph Pilley, Stephen Blundon (of Alfred). 

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

20. Foster's Point — Richard Read, William Miller, Joshua Pond, John 
Pelley (Robinson's Bight), Hayward Burt, Jolin Soper (Lady Cove), Rich. 
Maidnient (Bar Point), Ephraim Smith (Elliott's Cove), Geo. Leawood, 
Aaron Smith. 

21. Croio Head to the Bar, Random — Juhn Leawood (Foster's Point), 
T. Crawford, E. Moore, T. Woodman, S. Bnrsey. 

23. Shoal Harbor and Clarenville — James S. Butler (Shoal Harbor), 
Richard Stanley (The Bar), Caleb Tuck, John Tilley, Richard Ea?enian, 
Edmnnd Seward, George Balsoni, Walter Tilly. 

23. Deep Bight and Lee Bight — Simeon Harris, Edward Adey, Samuel 
Short, William Avery, George Cooper. 

24. Northern Bight — Jas. Churchill, Edmund Benson, Jno. Churchill, 
Ambrose Brewer, Thomas Stentaford. 

25. Long Beach — Albert Smith (Island Cove), John Thomas Drodge 
(Caplin Cove), Josiah Gooby (Black Brook), John Peddle (Hodge's Cove), 
Thomas Gosse. 

26. Little Heart's Ease — Eli Martin, Michael Shaw, James Spurrell. 

27. Hearts Ease and Fox Harbor — Wm. Balsoni, David Spurrell, Hy. 
Lamlett, James Pond, Herbert Balsom, Patrick Seward. 

28. Bay Bulls Arm — Robert Mercer, jr., Jonathan Hntchings, John 
Drover, Thomas Snook, Emmanuel Peddle. 

29. Chance Cove and Rantem — Robert Smith. Benjamin Rowe, Josiah 
Warren, John Clarke, Thomas Warren. 

30. Bellevue — Uriah Thorne, John Fahey, Owen McCarthy, John 
Lynch, John Murphy. 

31. Norman's Cove and Chapel Arm — Michael Powei', Jas. Tom, Benj. 
Piercy, George Temple, William Thorne. 

32. Dildo — John Brazill, Edward Moore, Thos. Moore, John Pretty, 
Robert Pretty. 

33. Broad Gove (South) -J esse Lacey, W. W. King, Elijah Trickett. 

34. A^eiv Harbor — John Newhook, T. Cranford, J. Woodman, George 
Bnssey, Eli Hillier. 

35. Green's Harbor to Hopecdl — James Harnuni, Moses Drover, Ananias 
March, Joseph Percey, John Cooper, Stephen Bennett, Wm. Cramm, E. J. 
Cramm. 

36. Shoal Bay, &c. — H. Burgess, Leander Drover, Wm. Legge, John 
Bryant, Henry Jerrett (Slioal Bay). 

37. Witless Bay — Elias Jerrett (,Sboal Bay). 

38. Heart's Delight — James Reid, J.nies Wiseman, Sam. Humphreys, 
Edmund Harnum, Samuel Legge, Stephen Reid, William Crocker. 

39. Heart's Desire — John George, James George, Joseph Clarke, Wm. 
George (of John), John Clarke (of Adam), Joseph Lahey, Edmund George, 
Henry George. 

40. Heart's Content — Ambrose Young, Moses Moore, Wm. Pearcey, 
Robert George (Cross Roads), James Murphy, Luke Pittman. 

41. New Perlican — M. Smith, jr., Nathaniel Northover, Jas. Peddle, 
John Howell, Richard Seward, jr. 

42. Turk's Cove — Peter Jos. Carbery, of Jacob, Patrick Moore, John 
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43. Scilly Cove — Samuel Pinliorn, James Andrew?, Jasper Hiscock, 
Robert Parrett, of Peter, Ambrose Parrett, Wm. Kellaml, Mark Piercey. 

44. HanVs Harboi-— John Gulliford, T. G. Sealy, Archibald Targett, 
Enoch Green, Moses Tnck, John Price, sr. 

45. Seal Core— AVilliam Single, Israel Palmer, Josiah Harris, Moses 
Harris. 

46. Russell's Cove— Wm. J. Button, Wm. H. Goodwin, John Driscoll, 
Ambrose Harris, sr., Wm. Rowe (Whale's Brook). 

47. Lance Cove — John Browne, sr., Archibald Matthews, A. J. Brown, 
(Lance Cove), Abram Sparks (Sibley's Cove), Jas. Lambert, B. Bugden. 

48. Blaketoiun — N. Osborne, J. C. Smith, Wm. Jones, W. Drover, 
Geo. Sharpe. 

49. Whitbourne—L. W. Simmonds, R. Sj^arks, T. Brown, E. Foley, 
E. Noseworthy, L. H. Simmons. 

District of Bay-de-Verde— 

1. Old Perlican to Daniel's Cove, both inclusive — William Beckett (Old 
Perlican), Uriah Bursey, sr., Abraham Barrett, Esau Strong, Jno. Howard, 
Stephen Burt, Elijah Day. 

2. Grate's Cove to Red Head Cove, both inclusive — Peter Noel, Joshua 
Benson, Henry T. Norris, Josiah Cooper, Thomas Hyde. 

3. Baij-de-Verde to Low Point, both inclusive — Denis Noonan, John 
Noonan (of Denis), James Fleming, John Hearn, Moses Blundon, jr., 
S. Blundoii. 

4. Cctplin Cove to Lower Island Cove, both inclusive — Horatio Turner, 
John Louis, Joseph Shano, J. G. Snelgrove, W. G. Wiltshire, J. Garland, 
S. Reid, J. Lacey, J. Morris. 

5. Redlands to Burnt Point, both inclusive — Patrick Kinsella, William 
Halliday, Mich'l Colford, Jas. Colbert (of Thos.),_Thos. Tucker (of Tlios.) 

6. Gull Island to Northern Bay, both inclusive — D. Doyle, J. March, 
W. Howell, Wm. Butler, Chas. Steele. 

7. Smooth Cove to Western. Bay, both inclusive — Eli Crummy, John 
Sillars, Thomas White, John Walsh (of Michael), Lorenzo Crummy, Ed. 
Butt, Michael Butt. 

8. Adam's Cove to Broad Cove North, both inclusive — R. H. Hudson, 
Solomon Hudson, Nicholas Moran, Matthew Moorcs, Thomas Hilliard, 
Mark Forristal, Moses Le Grow. 

9. Broad Gove, South, inc., to Perry's Cove, exc. — Jesse Lacey, U. W. 
King, Elijah Trickett, John Hayden, Matthew Thistle. 

10. Perry's Cove to Salmon Cove, both inclusive — James Case, William 
Parsons, Thomas Wareham. 

11. Salmon Cove, exchisive, to Freshwater, inclusive — Geo. E. Parsons, 
Jesse Harvey, Charles Parsons, Francis Marshall, Chas. Butt. 

District of Carbonear— 

1. Victoria Village — Geo. Powell, Ananias An tie, Joseph Baldwin. 

2. Mosquito — John Thomey, Wm. Pike. 

3. Carbonear — Solomon Penney, Benj. Winsor, Wm. Badcock, Lemuel 
Taylor, Ambrose Tucker, Wm. Henry Clarke, James Redmond, James 
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District of Harbor Grace - 

1. Harbor Grace (Proper) — John Butler, Capt. J. J. Hennessey, Alex. 
Squires, John Walker, H. J. Fitzgerald, James Gordon, John McCarthy, 
H. C. Watts, John G. Munn, W. Noseworthy, James Jones, John Sbute. 

2. Harbor Grace (South Side) — Tobias ShejDpard, Wm. Ryan, James 
Parsons, of G., Alexander Shejjpard, William Noel. 

3. Brycnit's Gove — Patrick Norcott, L. Hayse, E. Briffett, J. Morgan, 
George Parsons. 

4. Upper Island Cove — Jas. Bradbury, W. H. Young, John E,eid, Fred. 
Young, J. A. Drovei'. 

5. Bishop^s Gove — William Smith, Israel Smith, Arnold Smith, Jethro 
Barrett, George Barrett. 

6. Spaniard's Bay — Jesse Gosse, Leonard Barrett, Solomon Gosse, sr., 
Edward Ryan, Abraham Collins, John Barrett, sr., Rcbt. Gosse, of Sol. 

7. Bay Roberts — Stephen Parsons, George Dawson, Israel Mercer, 
Augustus Calpin, Reuben Mercer, Edward Sparks, Thos. Delaney, John 
Evans, Geo. Bursell, Geo. H. Bursell. 

8. Coley's Point — Edward Mercer, William Parsons, George Bari'ett, 
John Bowring, William Belbin, Robert Parsons, of Abram. 

9. Tilton — Stephen Gosse, of Solomon, John Fitzgerald, Wm. James, 
Wm. Chipman, Jonathan Brown. 

District of Brigus and Port-de-Grave— 

1. Port-de-Grave (Proper) — W. G. Bussey, Tobias Bussey, John Mug- 
ford, M. H. Richards, Nathaniel Mugford. 

2. Ship Gove — Geo. Andrews, Jno. T. Andrews, Saml Da\\c, of Zac, 
Reuben Snow, Robert Porter. 

3. Barenc d to North River — Thos. Moore, Abram Sealey, Jno. French 
[Dock], W. .\ Thompson [Pond], Edwaid Skeans, John Brien, Edward 
Snow, Thos. Morrissey [North River]. 

4. South River — Wm. Flvnn, Thomas Russell, Geo. Read, Jas. Abbott, 
sr., W"m. John Wells, T. W. Hussey. 

5. Cupids — John Bishop, Richard Power, Josiah Badcock, Jas. Dunn, 
Elijah Bishop, J. Kelly, W. Le Drew. 

6. Clarke's Beach — Wm. H. Jerrett, Abram Snow, sr., Richard Farrell, 
Joseph Moores, Wm. Snow, of Abraham. 

7. Brigus—Qeorge Rutland, G. C. Jerrett, John Snow, W. A. Green, 
Caleb Clarke, John Brcen, Chas. Stentaford, Thos. Mosdell, Jas. P. Hearn. 

District of Harbor Main— 

1. Conception Harbor, including Bacon Cove, Collier's and Turk's Gut — 
Chas. McCue, of Chas., Patrick Leary, Richard Hearn, Laurence Whelan, 
Benjamin Gauney, R. King, James Kelly, W. Keating, J. Power, jr., 
Patrick Buck, James Mahoney. 

2. Harbor Main (Proper)— Rev. P. O'Donneli, Capt. John Sullivan, 
Edward Hannon, Jas. Woodford, S. Hickey, Edward Fewer. 

3. Avondale — R. Devereux, P. Moore, M. Hennessey. 

4. Chapel's Cove — Nicholas Conran, Philip Hawco, Jno. Fardy. 

5. Holyrood — Rev. J. Murphy, W. Maher, Jno. O'Neil, Philip Lewis, 
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6. Horse Cove to Indian Pond — Joseph Dawe, Jacob Mercer, Jabez 
Butler, James Neville, William Mercer, Nicholas Quilty, Chas. Haines, 
Wru. J. Morgan, Chas. Dawe, W. Swansboroiigh, Joseph Moores, Richard 
Dearin, Henry Lear. 

District of Ferryland— 

1. Bay Bulls— 'M. Brian, P. Williams, M. Mulcahy, jr. 

2. Witless Bay — Rev. N. Roach, J. Shannahan, T. Carew, G. Norris, 
D. Tobin, J. Murphy. 

3. Toad's Cove to La Manche—T. O'Driecoll, M. Power, M. Colbert, 
T. Reddin, N. Power, P. Ronayne. 

4. Brigus (South) — M. Hayse, J. Byrne, M. Gregory. 

5. Ca23e Broyle — John Cashin, John Williams, Michael Brine, Tohn 
Brine, Thomas Ryan, John Battcock, John Dalton, Thos. Moi'rissey. 

6. Aquaforte — P. O'Brien, H. Winsei', M. Meagher. 

7. Ferryland — Thos. Slaney, Jos. Kinsella, Nicholas Staflbrd, Michael 
Keough, John Tobin, William Johnson, Thos. Costello. 

8. Caplin Bay — L. Sullivan, Robt. Swain, John Power, Joseph Power, 
M. Power, J. Clancy. 

9. Renews, Fermeuse and Broad Cove — Rev. J. Walsh, R. Quinlan, 
Wm. Trainor, J. Dutton, jr., M. Sheehan, Jas. Jackman, Jno. Morry, 
Patrick Fennelley. 

District of Placentia and St. Mary's— 

1. Trepassey — Michael Sutton, sr., James Hewitt, Samuel Kennedy, 
Thomas Hartery, John Molloy, George Waddleton, Richard Neil, Henr-y 
J. Curtis, Thomas Kennedy. 

2. St. Shott's— John Molloy, sr., Thos. Finlay, John Finlay. 

3. Holyrood and Peter's i?iz;er— Peter St. Croix, John Gibbons, William 
Lundrigan, Patrick Hicks, Thos. Connors. 

4. Gaskier and Point La Haye — John Tobin, Pat'k Tobin, M. Bishop, 
John Critch, sr. 

5. St. ilfary's— Thos. Grace, Michael Mahoney, Patrick Quilty, Janrt'S 
Power, John Walsh, Joseph Pagan, John Power. 

6. Eiverhead, St. ilf«?7/'.s— Michael Fagan, Mich'l Daley, D. Corcoran, 
P. Nangle, Pnirick De Lucry. 

v. Mai Bay — James Tilley, Michael Rorke, James Rorke, Wm. Chris- 
topher, Michael Ryan. 

8. St. Mary's Bay (West Side)— 3. J. Linahan, P. Bonia, P. Downey, 
T. lanahan, T. Evoy! 

9. Colinet Island— James Dalton, Wm. Power, Alban Doody, John 
J. Doody, John T. Power. 

10. Sabnonier— John Gough, Tobias McGrath, Francis Curtis. 

11. Sabnonier (North Side)— John Marey, Michael ParTett, Patr'ick 
Murphv, Michael Nolan, Jno. McDonald, P. Hurley. 

12" St. Bride's— Anthony Lundrigan, John Doyle, Anthony McGrath, 
Ed. Conroy, sr., Thos. Tobin, John T. Young, James Doyle. 

13. Barrisicay and Ship Cove— 'Ed. Keefe, Jas. Foley, Tiros. Tobiir. 

14. Patrick's Gove (incl. Gooseberry and Angle's Cove)—'P. B. McGrath, 
M. McGrath, James Doyle, Pat'k Coffee, Jas. HoUett. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— District Managers for 

15. Point Lance — R. J. Careen, jr., E. Careen, John Careen, s^r., Micli'l 
Careen, sr., Philip Careen. 

16. Br a7ich (Cape Shore) — Pat'k Nash, John Hennebury, Hy. Roach, 
Michael J. Power. 

17. Point Verde — Wm. Greene, jr., of John, N. Carroll, James Rowe, 
W. Greene, sr., J. Greene, of James. 

18. Placentia — N. Cosgrove, John Mooney, James Clancy, Patrick 
Keefe, Nicholas Hendrick. 

19. S. E. Arm, Placentia — L. Keefe, W. McLennan, W. Barron, L. 
Brien, J. Lannon, J. Kelly. 

20. Jersey Side and N. E. Arm — Andrew Whelan, John P. Bradshaw, 
John Mansfield. 

21. DH?im/ie--Thomas Griffin, Patrick Power, Maurice Power, P. T. 
Power. 

2i2. Barn's Islund — D. Bruce, M. Bruce, sr., D. Fitzpatrick. 

23. Little Placentia— Pat'k Hunt, Wm. Dunphy, Rev. J. J. St. Jolin, 
Rich'd Murphy, Pat'k Ledwill, Jas. J. Dicks, Jas. Houlihan, Pat'k Cleary. 

24. Fox Harbor — Ricliard Davis, sr., Richard Healey, Philip Davis, 
Patrick Leary, Thomas O'Reilly, Patrick Davis. 

25. Ship Harbor — Pat'k Meade, John Fitzpatrick, Henry McFarlane, 
Pat'k Murphy. 

26. Moonies' Coi;e— Edmund Reid, Adam Vincent, Wm. Eddy, Rich'd 
Loder, Josiah PafFord. 

27. Long Harbor — Daniel Bruce, Peter Keating, Denis Murphy. 

28. Trinny and Famish Coves — John Collier, Geo. Gilbert, Jolm H. 
Crann, John Crann, Richard Crann. 

29. Southern Harbor — J. J. Best, Geo. Rose, John Dicks. 

30. Arnold's Cove — Jonathan Boutcher, Stephen Adams, Jas. Adams. 

31. Black River — Thomas Best, A. Gosney, A. Jameson, J. Crocker, 
Henry Beck. 

32. Harbor Buffett— John Hollett, Thos. Dicks, John Miller, George 
Ridout, Henry Ingram, C. D. Chambers. 

33. Sound hland, ct-c— Wilson Hollett, J. Beck, W. H. Beck, S. Stacey, 
P. Brown. 

34. Woody Island— 3. B. Williams, Jas. Barrett, Michael Grunter. 

35. Barron Island — D. Shea, Patrick Brown, John Flynn, Martin 
Flynn, Jno. Shea, Wm. Nugent. 

36. Haystack and Spencer's Cove — W. Coffin, Thos. Drake, F. Boutcher. 

37. Mussel Harbor Arm— Geo. Rodway, Josiah Boutcher, Wm. Green, 
Alfred Rodway. 

38. Ragged Island— Jus. Reid, Wm. Mitchell, W. Brown, Sam'l Best, 
Wm. Haynes. 

39. ikferas/iee?i— Patrick Ennis, John Hennessy, Joseph Pittman, Jas. 
Rose, Denis Walsh. 

40. Burgeo and vicinitij— Jas. Chambers, Thos. Foote, Wm. Brown, 
Peter Emberley. 

41. Clatise Harbor— Wm. FoUett, John Follett, Wm. Parsons, Peter 
Penney, Peter Connors. 

42. Isle Valen—Wm. Gaulton (of Martin), John Lockyer, Michael 
Leonard, <, i ■ ■ 



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the " New^ York Life Insurance Company." 

43. Presque and vicinity — Peter Canning, John Ryan, Denis Ryan, 
James Walsh, James Collins, Wni. Hickey. sr., Tiios. Sullivan, sr., Patrick 
Ryan. 

44. Red Island — Garret Ryan, P. Dunphy, Jer. Rose. 

45. Paradise and S. E. Bight — John Dunphy, Philip Power, S. White. 

46. MonJdon — James Monk, Samuel Peddle, Wni. Moultoii. 

47. Petit Forte— ¥. Hayden, J. Wakeham, R. Flyiin, P. Cheeseman, 
W. Prown. 

48. St. Jose])h's — Joseph Brown, Jno. Picot, Wni. Claike P. Brown. 

49. Oderin—iohw Kieley, Rich'd McGrath, Pal'k Abbott, Uin. Jarvis. 

50. Little Harbor and Bay du Lieu — Rich'd McGrath, Thus. Maiming, 
Thos. King. 

51. Bain Harbor — James Burgess, T. May, R. Rodway. Joiin Rodway, 
John Smith, John W. Smith, Levi Munden. 

52. Rushoon — W. Cheeseman, C. Cheeseman, Joseph Dicks. 

District of Burin— 

1. Flat Ldands— J ames W. Bishop, James H. Loughlin, Geo. Millei', 
Reuben Dicks, Samuel Dicks. 

2. Mortier Bay, Jean-de-Bay and Rock Harbor — John Walsh, Joseph 
Baker, Robert Hodder, M. J. Flynn (Marystown), Maurice Power (Little 
Bay, John Coady, jr., (Spanish Room), Thos. Devereaux (Mooring Cove), 
Henry Brown (Rock Harbor). 

3. Beau Bois to Fox Cove — J. Kavanagh, M. Heunel)U ry, Jos. Kuwiand 
(Beau Bois), Michael Power (of John). 

4. Burin — William Collins, Henry Hollett, John Likpen, sr., S. A. 
Darby, James Moulton, William Paul, George Dibben, John Marshall, 
Stephen White, Thomas LeFevre. 

5. Spoon Cove, Mud Cove and Uanse a L'eau — Gabriel Goddard, Hy, 
Paul, Thomas Grant, Frank Weare, Thomas Roberts, Jacob Street, Joseph 
Moulton, James W. Hollett. 

6. St. Laivrence — Bernard Murray, William Cusack, Alex. Fitzpatrick, 
George Skiffington, Henry Beck. 

7. Lawn— J. Edwards, T. Flannigan, Pat'k Murphy, Tiios. Edwards, 
Andrew Strang, Joseph Walsh. 

8. Lord's Cove — Thomas Isaacs, R. J. Bonnell, James Harnett, Albert 
Hillier. 

9. Lamaline—B. Haskell, A. Hillier, J. Flemming, En\. Hillier, P. 
Benteau, P. Ayres, W. G. Pittman, Michael Collins, B. Bonueli. 

10. i^orfmie— Charles King, Thomas Lake, Thos. Rodgers, Jas. Mayo. 

11. Grand Bank— Simeon Tibbo, John Hiscock, Aaron Grandy, Robt. 
Forsey, John Patten, John Forsey (of John). 

District of Fortune Bay— 

1. Garnish — William Reeves, Richard Bamfield, Jas. Lorenzen, Jas. 
Brown, Richard Grandy, sr., Thomas Chiett, Charles Baker. 

2. Outharbors—G. Keeping, P. Hartington, J. Thornhill, Geo. Powei', 
E. Pope, E. Kearley, W. Miles, J. Anderson, J. Bartlett, Edward Collis, 

G. Dodge. 

3. Bay-du-Nord—V. Farrell, J. "Ramberry, A. Lamb, J. H. Williams, 
J. Clement, Rev. H. D. Whitmore, Geo. Rose. 



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

4. Coomb's Cove — Win. H. Parsons, John Vallis, S. Fiander, E. Vallis, 
Stejilien Fiander, Geo. Thos. Miles. 

5. Belleoram — Geo. Chant, J. Noseworthy, P. Cliiett, Jame.s Kearley, 
Uriali Whitely, Philip Poole, Arthur Cunningham. 

6. St. Jacques — Charles Clinton, P. D. Burke, Abrani Skinner, John 
J. Burke, R. Lee, Rendell Young, J. H. Young. 

7. Encjlish Harbor West — J. Petite, Wm. Yarn, Aaron Fiander, Wm. 
Evans (of Thos.), Wm. Keeping. 

8. Harbor Briton— Dr. Fitzgerald, P. Hubert, Isaac Jensen, John 
Smith, T. Griffin, Benjamin Chapman, Hugh Coady. 

9. Jersey Harbor — James Griffin, Richard Rose, D. Bois, J. T. Rose, 
James Gorman. 

10. Hermitage Bay Soiith — Robert Roberts, Aquila Francis, Simeon 
Lovelfiss, Mark Way, R. Crew, S. Dowding, Dr. Thompson, R. Rose, Jas. 
Ingram. 

11. Hermitage Bay North — William Lee, T.Garland, William Camp, 
Edward Rowsell, John Sutton, Geo. Chambers, John Hull, R. Andrews, 
J. Rowsell. 

12. Bay d'Espoir—Qco. Hoskins, Mich'l Collier, Wm. Barnes, Morgan 
Roberts, Geo. Collier, jr., Samuel Snook, Francis Edoire, Wm. Hoskins. 

District of Burgreo and La Poile— 

1. RicharcVs Harbor (Eicliard's Harbor to Bay-de-Lievre) — E. Skinner, 
Benjamin Buff'ett, Abram Simms, Geo. Simms, Robert Simms. 

2. Cape La Hime (Cape La Hune to Rencontre) — John Pink, sr., Thos. 
Barter, Steph. Spence, John Le Poce, sr., Wm. Webb, sr , Wm. Chatman, 
Jno. Peterif, Robt. Durnford. 

3. Burgeo (Little River to Muddy Hole) — J. Gaines, Joseph Anderson, 
J. Small, Capt. Lambert Forward, Christopher Curtis, Wm. Davidge, Wm. 
Buckland, John Vatcher. 

4. Ramea Island— Geo. Penney, George Davis, John Ingram, George 
Rossiter, Geo. Drew, Henry McDonald, Charles Hatcher, Matthew Notli. 

5. Grand Bruit (Grand Bruit to Otter's Point) — J. P. Chetwynd, Wm. 
Billiaid, J. Hodder, Charles Collier, Martin Billiard (of Samuel). 

6. La Poile (West Point to Frenchman's Coyc)— Joseph Le Seelleur, jr., 
Joseph Munden, Wm. Harridge, John Francis, Geo. Read. 

7. Petites (Petites to Garia Bay) — Samuel Bennett, jr., Sam'l Morgan, 
Arthur Matthews, Robt. Strickland, Jos. Smith, Ed. Gosse, Elias Mauger. 

8. Rose Blanche (Harbor Le Gou to Baziel)—T. Garrett, J. Buckland, 
L. Chafe, Philip Le Moine, G. Hatcher, Wm. Wadham, Chas. Dallymount, 
Thos. Garcien, Mark Taylor, Charles J. Week,?, Thomas Burton, Richard 
Furneaux. 

9. Burnt Island (Baker's Tickle to Wolf Harbor)—}!. Smeridge, Mat. 
King, J. Newman, Israel Walters, Geo. Harding. 

10. Isle-aux- Morts — James Walters, John Sartin, Prosj)er Le Fresne. 

11. Fox Roost and Margaree—B. Walters, G. Billiard, Jos. Hodder, 
Wm. Currie, jr., Geo. Meade. 

12. Channel (Deep Cove to Grand Bay)~Yrcd''k Cox, Alfred Pulleys, 
Austin Martin, Reuben Bennett, George Bragg, W. Vardy, Nelson Bragg', 
Emmanuel Pike, 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Hats and Caps. 

13. GaiK Ray (Cafc, Ray to Rocky Barachoix) — Ernest H. Rennie, Jas. 
Denni?, J. W. Jeans, James Carter, sr., Jonas Goiizens, Henry Huelin, 
John Bragg, John Young (of Wni.). 

District of St. George— 

1. Caije Raij to Cape Anyuille — F. B. Braithwaite, John Hall, Paul 
Hall, Eeuben Candle, Chas. Martin, Reu. Fiander, Geo. Ellis, Geo. Frank. 

2. Little River, Codroy — Richard P. Tompkins, Jolm D. Campbell, 
Blaise Poirier, Angus McDougald, Sj'lvester White. 

3. Grand River, Codroy — Ale.\. Mclsaac, Alex. Gillis, Medric Blan- 
chard, Thomas Downey, Michael J. Gillis, Jas. Murphy. 

4. Highlands — Andrew Gillis, John McPherson, A. R. Gillis. 

5. River Brook to Middle Barachois, inclusive — Clem. Renouf (Crabbs), 
Philip Morris, Andrew Fortune, Archibald McKay, John Renouf. 

6. Cartyville to Rattling Brook, exclusive — Thomas Gale, J. Morris, 
Donald McPlierson, Stephen Hulan. 

7. Rattling Brook to Flat Bay Brook, inclusive — Angus McPherson, 
George Young, Andrew March, Peter Benoit. 

8. Shallop Cove to Main River — Walter McFatridge, Patiick White, 
Laurence Delany, Edmund Fillatre, Wm. McLean, Chas. Marks, D. J. 
Bethune, M.D. 

9. Sanely^ Point to Bank Head, exclusice — Henry McFatridge, John 
Edward Parsons, Albert Gamier, Ambrose O'Reilly, Philip Renouf. 

10. Main River to Kippenh Brook — Patrick Gadon, Tatien O'Quinn, 
Wm. McLean, John McLoud. 

11. Kippen's Brook to Coal River — John Romain, Dugald Mclsaac, 
Michael Leary, John Cole. 

12. Gracels to Cape St. Ge»rge, including Bos JVallas^l?A\\[ Aucoin, 
Arch. J. Campbell, Andrew Harvey, jr., Julian Bruce, James Carter, John 
Nowell. 

13. t'rtjje St. George to Piccculilly (via Black Duck Brook) — Peter LeRoux, 
John LeRiche, Hy. Young, Hy. DufFnev, Nicholas Flvnn, Frank Jesso, 
B. Harvey, Rev. j'. M. Joy, P.P. 

14. Lark Harbor to Frenchman's Cove, exclusive — Joseph Vincent, John 
Sheeliaii, Richard Sheppard, Jonathan Sheppard (of Isaac), Robt. Park. 

15. Frenchman's Cove to Bcdlantyne Cove — Edward Dermody, Joseph 
Hellier, Richard Furlong, Alexander Morrison, Thomas Perrott. 

16. Pleasant Cove to Riverhead — Alex. Hines, John Condon, John 
Leggo, Wm. Messervey, Chas. Farnell, Patrick Power, Edward Brake. 

17. Swmnierside, Irishtown and Middle Arm — W^ni. Percy, John Barry, 
George Davis, jr., Timothy Quigley, Albert Brake, Thomas Park, Thomas 
Ballam, E. Elford. 

18. Woods' Lsland — Loughlin McLean, John Duffy, Jeremiah Connell, 
Michael Hackett. 

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202 Ecclesiastical — Church of iJngland. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Boots and Shoes. 



CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 
Diocese of Newfoundland. 

Former Prelates — Aubrev George Spencer, D.D., 1839, Edwaiil Feilil, 
D.D., 1844. James Butler Kelly, D.D., 1876. 

Present BisJiop — Riglit Reverend Llewellyn Jones, D.D., Loiil Bishop 
of Newfoundland, Consecrated in St. Paul's Cathedral, London, on Festival 
of SS. Philip and James, 1878, hy the late Archbishop Tait, of Canterbury, 
the Bishops of London and Hereford, and Bishop Kelly. 

Gomviissaries in England — Rev. J. j. Curling, M. A., Hamble, South- 
ampton ; Rev. E. T. Heygate, M.A., King Cross, Halifax. 

Commissary in Bermuda — Ven. Archdeacon Tuckei', M.A. 
Diocesan liegistrar — Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 

Dkanery of Avalon : 

Rev. Canon CoUey, Rural Dean. 

St. John's, Cathedral — Rev. Canon Cartwright, M. A., Sub-Dean and 

Rector. 
" — Rev. H. G. Houseman, M.A., Senior Curate. 

" — Rev. C. Carpenter, Junior Curate. 

" —Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.G.L., Snccentor. 

—Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A., Lecturer. 
St. John's, St. Thomas' — Rev. Canon DunfieUI, Rector. 

—Rev. G. R. Godden, B.A., Senior Curate. 
" — Rev. F. Severn, Junior Curate. 

St. John's, St. Mary's— Rev. C. C. V. Cogan, Rectur. 
Topsail — Rev. Canon CoUey, R.D. 
Foxtrap and Hopeiuell — Rev. Henry Petley. 
Pouch Cove—Jiev. T. G. Netten. 
Petty Harbor — Rev. H. K Woodward. 
Portugal Coft— Rev. W. R. Smith. 
Bell Island— ^Qv. W. C. Booth. 

St. John's, No7i- Parochial — Re* Canon Pilot, D.D., St. John's, Sujh r- 
intendent of Church of England bc!iiols, E.vamining Chaplain to ti,c 
Bishop. 

Rev. J. C. Harvey, D.D. (retired). 

Rev. T. R. Nurse (on sick leave). 

Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A., Secretary-Treasurer Diocesan Synod. 

Theological College— Rev. T. E. Wilson, M. A., L. Th. Durham, Vice- 
Principal. 

Deanery of Conception Bay : 

Rev. Canon Noel, Rural Dean. 

Brigus — Rev. T. Godden. 

Salmon Cove—Rev. W, A. Haynes. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Lines and Twines. 

Port-ch- Grave — Rev. A. A. Cramp. 

Bay Roberts— Rev. Win. Shears ; Rev. J. Bell. 

S'paniard'.s Bay — Rev. T. P. Quintin. 

Upper Island Cove—Rev. Frank Smart. 

Harbor Grace — Rev. Canon Noel, R.D. ; Rev. John Go.lden (retired). 

Harbor Grace (South Side) 

Carhonear — Rev. F. W. CoUey. 
Bay-de-Verde — Rev. J. G. Cragg. 

Deanery of Trinity Bay : 

Rev. G. H. Field, Rural Dean. 

Heart's Content— R&w W. C. White, Rector ; Rev. A. B. S. Stirling, 

Curate. 
New Harbor, Trinity Bay -Rev. E. K. H. Caldwell. 

Random 

Trinity JVeat—Rev. F. Wilson, B.A., B.D. 
Trinity IJast—Rev. G. H. Field, R.D. 
Catalina — Rev. G. S. Chamberlain. 

Deanery of Bonavista Bay : 

Rev. Augustus E. C. Bayly, Rural Dean. 
Bonavista -Rev. Augustus G. Bayly, B.A. 
King's Cove— Rev. Win. Kirby. 
Goose Bay — Rev. LI. Godden. 
Salvage— Rev. D. W. Blackall. 
Greenspond — Rev. S. A. Dawson. 
Pinchard's Island— Rev. T. W. Upward. 

Deanery op Notre Dame Bay : 

Rev. Canon Temple, Rural Dean. 
Fogo—Rev. E. A. Butler. 
Twillingate — Rev. Canon Temple, R.D. 
" — Rev. J. Darrell (retired). 
Herring Neck — Rev. J. J. White. 
Change Islands — Rev. E. C. Clench. 
Exploits — Rev. C Wood. 
Green Bay — Rev. A. Pittman. 
White Bay 

Deanery of Placsntia Bay : 

Rev. John Hewitt, Rural Dean. 
Harbor Buffett — Rev. Arthur Shorter. 
Burin — Rev. John Hewitt, R.D. 
Lamaline — Rev. H. K. Gilbert. 
Whitbourne and Placentia- — Rev. J. H. Bull. 

Deanery of Fortune Bay : 

Rev. George Bishop, Rural Dean. 

Harbor Briton — Rev- Ernest G- Greenham. 



204 Ecclesiastical — Ch. of Eng. — Roman Catholic. 

AYRE3 & SONS, St. John's— Orders by Mail carefully executed. 

Hermitage Bay — Rev. George Bishop, E.D. 

Belleoram—'R<tv. W. H. W. Goddaid. 

Burgeo—Hev. E. J. R. Nichols. 

Rose Blanche — Eev. H. V. Whitehoiise. 

Channel — Eev. H. J. Eead. 

St. Pierre — Rev. T. W. Temple (under license of Bishop of London). 

Deanery op Strait of Belle Isle : 
, Rural Dean. 



St. George's Bay — Rev. Charles Jeffciy. 
Bay of Islands — Rev. H. Gordon Pi-^'j,'. 
Bonne Bay — Rev. Charles W. Hollands, 
Battle Harbor — Rev. E. W. Gardner. 

Sandwich Bay— 

Flower's Cove — Rev. Henry 1. Leggo. 

Theological College. 

Visitor — The Lord Bishop. 

Vice-Principal— R(tv. T. E. Wilson, U.K., L.Th. 

Council — The Lord Bishop, Eev. Canon Dunfield, Rev. Canon CoUev, 
R.D., Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.C.L.. Rev. Canon Cartwright, M.A., ReV. 
G. H. Bolt, M.A., Sir J. S. Winter, K.C.M.G., Mr. J. Outerbridge, Hon. 
Chief Justice Hor^\■ood. 

Diocesan Synod of Newfoundland. 

Executive Committee— Thu Loi'd Bisliop, Eev. Canon CoUey, E. D., 
Rev. Canon 1 dot, D.D., Eev. Canon Cartwright, M.A., Rev. Canon Dun- 
Keld, Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A., Eev. W. E. Sm'itli, Eev. F. W. Collev, Eev. 
T. E. Wilson, M.A., Hon. G. T. Eendell, J. W. Withers, Eight Hon. Sir 
W. V. Whitewav, K.C.M.G., Hon. Dr. Skelton, Chief Justice Horwood, 
Hon. A. W. Harvey, J. Outerbridge, Sir J. S. Winter, K.C.M.G. 

Secretary-Treasurer— 'Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 



ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

Diocese of St. John's. 

Former Prelates— 'R\g\\t Eev. Dr. O'Donel, died 1811 ; Right Rev. Dr. 
Lambert, died 1817 ; Right Rev. Dr. Scanlan, died 1830 ; Right Rev. Dr. 
Fleming, died 1850 ; Riglit Rev. Dr. Mullock, died 1869 ; Riglit Rev. Dr 
Power, died 1893. 



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Present Bishoj} — Right Eev. Dr. M. F. Ho\vle\-. 

Administrator of the Diocese — Very Rev. Charles O'Neill. 

Archdeacon — Very Rev. Charles O'Neill. 

Dean of the Diocese — Very Rev. John Ryan, D. D. 

Cathedral, St. John's— Yevy Rev. Chas. H. O'Neill, Rev. Wm. Jackman, 
Rev. J, M. White, Rev. A. Howley, L. T. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Guarantee satisfaction to pupchaseps. 

St. Patrick's, Biverhead — Very Rev. Dean Rvaii, D. D., Rev. Edmund 
Crook, Rev. J. McDermott, and Rev. W. Kitchin, D. Ph. 
Topsail and Kelligreios — Rev. E. P. Roche. 
Petty Harbor — Rev. Roger Tierney, P.P. 
Torbay—Tiev. M. J. CUirke, P.P. 
Pouch Cove—B.t\', Edward Curran, C.C. 
Portugal Coi^e— Rev. John Ashley- 
JVitless Bay— Rev. N. Roche, P.P. 
Mobile— Hew P. O'Brien, P.P. 
Ferryland — Rev. Laurence Vereker, P.P. 
Benews — Rev. John Walsh, P.P. 
Trepasseij — Rev. William Born, P.P. 
Si. Mary's— Rev. Stephen O'DriscoU, P.P. 
Salmonier — Rev. J. O'Reilly, D.D. 
Placentia — Rt. Rev. Monsignor V. Reardon, P.P. 
St. Bride's — Rev. Henry Renouf, Adnir. 
Little Placentia — Rev. J. St. John, P.P. 
St. Kyran's—Rev. W. P. Doutney, P.P. 
Burin— Rev. P. M. O'Connor, P.P. 
St. Lawrence — Rev. A Maher, P.P. 
Bell Lsland—Rev. J. McGrath, P.P. 

Institutions. 

St. Bonaventure' s College — In charge of the Christian Biolheis. 
St. Patrick's Schools— In charge of the Christian Brothers. 
Holy Cross Schools, Biverhead — In charge of the Christian Brothers. 
St. Peter's School, St. John's — In charge of Sisters of Mercy. 

Convents — Presentation Order, 9 ; Mercy Order, 5. 

St. Michael's Orphanage at Belvidere — for Girls — [under the Sisters 
ot Mercy]. 

Industrial School — for Boys — at Mount Cashel [under the Cliristian 
Brothers]. 

St. Bride's Academy — for young Ladies— at Littledale, St. Jolin's [ui 
care of Sistei's of Mercy]. 

Diocese of Harbor Grace. 

BishojJ-Right Rev. Dr. Ronald McDonald, Consecrated at Pictou, 
N. S., August 21st, 1881. 

Harbor Grace— Right Rev. Bishop McDonald ; Rev. J. Maicli. 

Holip'ood — Rev. J. Murjihv. 

Harbor Main— Rev. P. O'Donnell, P.P. 

Conception Plarbor — Rev. AV. Veitch, P.P. 

Brigus—Yevy Rev. E. F. Walsh, V.G. ; Rev. R. M. Walker. 

Whitbourne — Rev. S. Whelaii. 

Carbonear—Rev. J. D. McCarthy, C.C. 

Northern Baij—Rev. John Roe, P.P. 

Bay -de- Verde— Rev. J. V. Donnelly, P.P. 

Trinity -Rev. W, Tarahau, 



206 Ecclesiastical — Roman Catholic — Methodist. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Best Goods at Lowest pplces. 

Bonavista — Rev. P. W. Brown. 
Kinc/'s Cove— Rev. T. E. Lynch, P.P. 
St. Breiulan's—Rev. J. G. Baltcock, P.P. 
Tilton Harbor- Rev. W. P. Finn, C.C. 
Fortune Harbor — Rev. John Scully. 
Little Bay — Rev. John Lyncli. 
CoacJwian's Cove — Rev. M. Shean, C.C. 
Conche — Rev. J. Colbert. 

Labrador (Blanc Sablon) 

Labrador (North) — Attended by Priests from Harbor Grace in summer. 

Convents— Thrte of the Presentation Order and two of the Order of 
Mei'cy. 

Vicariate Apostolic of St. George's. 

Vicar Apostolic— Uight Rev. Dr. N. McNeil. 

St. George's— The Vicar Apostolic and Rev. R. McNeil. 

Stephenville—llev. P. W. Brown. 

Port-au-Port — Rev. J. M. Joy. 

Baxj of Islands — Rev. Andrew Sears. 

Bo7ine Bay — Rev. M. O'Rourke. 

Codroy Valley— Very Rev. W. J. Browne, V.G. 

Harbor Briton — Rev. P. F. A<lanis. 

St. Jacques— Rev. Geo. Hawkins. 

Convents— One of the Order of Mercy at St. George's, and one of the 
Presentation Order at St. Jacques. 

METHODIST CHURCH. 

Rev. W. T. D. Dunn, President. 
Rev. Jabez Hill, Secretary. 

1. — St. John's District. 

St. John's, Goioer Street— Rev. Humphrey P. Cowjieithwaite, M.A., Rev. 
Mark Fenwick, Guardian and Chaplain of the "Home." Revs. Wi'llian) 
Kendall, George E. Heal, Supernumeraries. 

St. John's JFest—Rev. Jno. L. Dawson, B.A., Rev. Charles Bench, Rev 
James Cove, D.D., Supernumerary. 

St. John's East— Rev. F. W. \V. DesBarres, B.A., Rev. L. Curtis M A 
Superintendent of Education, by request of Conference. ' ' ' 

Poach Cove and Bell Island—Rev. Jabez Hill, Secretarv of Conference 
ami NUpply. ' ' 

Topsail — Rev. Jesse Heyfield. 

Brigus — Rev. Geoi'ge Paine. 

Cupids and Clarice's Beach— Rev. W. Harris, and supply. 

Bay Roberts and Spaniard's Bay— Rev. Solomon Mattliews. 

Whitbourne—Rev. Francis G. Willey, and ammU 

Somid Island— Rev. Sidney Chancey. 

Red Bay— Rev. R. W. Bell. 

Hamilton /?i^ef— Supply. 



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AYRE & SONS, St. John's -Best place to buy Grocepies. 

Labrador Coast (siunnier inontlis)— Rev. J. Saint. 
Rev. F. W. W. DesBarre«, B.A., Cliaplain to tlie VVesleyans in His 
Majesty's Naval Forces on this Station. 

Chairman — Rev. H. P. Cowperthwaite, M.A. 

Financial Secretary — Rev. Mark Fenwick. 

2. — Carbonear District. 

Curbonear—}iti\\ Walter T. D. Unun, Re\-. W. G. iJcaii. 
Harbor Grace — Rev. A. Hill ; Rev. C. Squires, M.A., (Icavt- ni' al'st-nci'). 
Freshwater — Rev. T. H. James. 
Blaekhead—Rev. H. C. Hatcher, B.D. 

JVestern Bay — Rev. John Reay ; Rev. S. Halfvard (leave oi ;ib.-enci-). 
Loiver Island Cove — Rev. R. VV. Freeman. 
Old Ferlican — Rev. James N\irse. 
Hanfs Harbor — Rev. T. W. Atkinson. 
Heart's Content — Rev. Samuel Snowden. 
Green's Harbor — Rev. James Wilson. 
Shoal Harbor— Hey. James Pincock. 

Northern Bight — Rev. E. Lewis, \iniler tlie superintemlence of Rev. 
J. Pincock. 

Britannia Cove — Rev. AUiert A. Holmes. 

Chairman — Rev. W. T. 1>. Uunn. 
Finatuial Secretary — Rev. James Pincock. 

3.— Bon AVISTA District. 

Bonavista — Rev. J. T. Newman. 

ElKston—'Rev. H. J. Crcasey. 

Catalina — Rev. W. Swann. 

Trinity — Rev John G. Sidey. 

Musgravetoivn — Rev. E. Bronghlon. 

Glovertown — Rev. Hugh Miller. 

Greenspond — Rev. John E. Peters, B.A. 

Wesleyville—'Rev. Henry J. Indoe, M.A. ; R<-v. F. W. Knot,-. 

Miisgrave ifarftor- Rev. F. R. Matthews, B.A. 

Rocky Bay— Rev. Sidney Bennett. 

Fogo —Rev. John J. Durrant. 

Chairman — Rev. William Swuun. 

Financial Secrrtary—Rev. John E. Peters, B.A. 

4. — TWILLINGATE DISTRICT. 

Tivillingate -Rev. G. Howse, Rev. F. E. Boothioyd. 
Herring Neck and Change Islands— Rev. William Patterson, and (jne 
to be sent. 

Moreton's Harbor— Rev. W. H. Dotchon. 

Boticoodville—Rev. W. A. Palmer, and supply. 

Lewisport — Rev. Edwin Moore. 

Exploits— Rev. E. Taylor. 

Little Bay Island and Pilley's Island— Rev. H. Scott, and supply. 



208 Ecclesiastical — Methodist — Presbyterian . 



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

Little llay — Supply. 
Nipper's Ha rhor — Supply. 
rut C'offi— Rev. J. K. Curtis, B.A. 
JVhite f-'ay— Supply [I.B.M.] 
St. Anthony — Eev. W. J. Morris. 

Flowers Cove — Supply [H.M.], under superintendence of Chairman 
(il Disti-icl. 

Chairman— Eev. Edgar Taylor. 
Financial Secretary -Rev. W. H. Dotchon. 

5. — Burin District. 

Burin — Rev. W. H. Browning. 

Fpivorth—Rev. T. B. Darby, B.A. 

Flat Islajids — Rev. C. R. Durrant. 

St. Pierre — One wanted. 

Fortune — Rev. J. J. Wheatley. 

Grand Bank — Rev. John Pratt. 

Garnish and Jersey Harbor — Supply, under the superintendence of 
Cliaiiiiian of the District. 

/)((rr/c'o — Supply [C.C.], under the superintendence of Chairman of 
tl:e District. 

Fct.ites — Rev. Henry Godfrey. 

C/iaMeZ— Supply [H.G.C.] 

St. George's Bay and Bay of Islands — Rev. J. W. Bartlett ; 
l!c\-. H. L. Rowe. 

Bonne Bay — Rev. E. P. Ward. 

French Shore — Supply [I.C.] 

Chairman — Rev. John Pratt. 

Financial Secretary — Rev. T. B. Darby, B.A. 

Revs. Eugene Forsey, Samuel Halfyard and George Burry, have lfa\ e 
ol' absence for one year. 

Students. 

Mount Allison University— Chas. K. Hudson, R. H. Maddock, J Saisit 
H. a. Bandy, F. S. Hallett, C. A. Whitemarsh. 

IFesleyan Theological College, Montreal~C. Hackett, J. J. Sparks. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN CANADA. 

Presbytery Resident in Newfoundland. 

St. John's — Rev. A. Robertson. 
Harbor Grace — Rev. D. H. Frame. 
Bay of Islands — Rev. W. MacLeod, 
Bell Island — Rev. J. A. Greenlees. 

Elder— HtxiTy Henderson. 



lUcdcsiastical — Congregational^Salvation Army. 201) 



AYRE (Se SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Ships' Stores. 



CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 

St. John's — Eev. J. Thackeray. 

Twillingatc — Rev. J. Jones. ' 

Pool's Cove, Anderson's Gove and Little Bay East — Eev. H. D. Wliitniore. 

Belleoram — Eev. J. Middleton. 

Smith's Sound, Trinity Bay 

Secretary, St. John's Church — J. Cowan. 
Treasurer, St. John's Church — W. Martin. 
Senior Deacon, St. John's Church — W. H. Whiteley. 
Secretary, Board of Echication, St. John's — T. J. Duley. 
Secretary, Board of Education, Twillinrjate — G. B. Nott. 
Chairman, Board of Education, Tivillinyate — Eev. J. Jones. 
Supt. and Inspector of Conyregational Schools\Ti ^ - T Thn -1- 
Superintendent of Congregational Missions j ' ' ^ 'J' 



THE SALVATION ARMY. 

Brigadier A. E. Smeeton, Chief Officer for Newfoundland. 
Staif-Captain McGillivai^y, Chancellor. 
Captain A. E. Trickey, Secretccry. 

St. John's District : 
Staff-Captain McGillivray, District Officer. 

St. John's JFest — Staff-Captain Ayre, Captain Richie. 
St. John's East — Adjutant Ogilvie, Captain Way. 
Channel — Captain S. Mercer, Lieutenant Loveless. 

Bonne Bay District : 

Ensign Bishop, District Officer. 

Rochj Harbor — Captain K. Eideout. 

Trout River — Captain G. Sparks. 

Bonne Bay — Ensign Bishop, Lieutenant S. Sncw. 

BoNAViSTA District : 

Adjutant Brown, District Officer. 

Elliston — Captain Hepditch. 

Catalina — Captain P. Sainsbary, Lieutenant Sexton. 

Bonavista — Adjutant Brown, Lieutenant Palmer. 

Bat Eoberts District : 

Adjutant A. Boggs, District Officer. 

Clarke's Beach — Captain C. Eeader, Lieutenant Oldfotd. 

Port-dc-Grave — Lieutenant L. Eideout. 

Bay Eoherts—Adint&nt Boggs, Lieut. Harding, Lieut. Locke. 

CC 



210 . Ecclesiastical — Salvation Army. 

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



Carbonear District : 
Adjulant Gosling, District Officer. 
Carbonear — Adjutant Go5ling, Lieutenant Henderson. 
Old Perlican — Lieutenant A. Mercer. 
Seal Cove — Lieutenant Sherran. 

Rant's Harbor — Captain J. Baggs, Lieutenant E. Le Drew. 
Scilhj Cove — Captain Harding. 
Heart's Delight — Cairtaln R. Sainsbury, Lieutenant Moultou. 

DiLDO District : 
Adjutant Snow, District Officer. 

Blccketotcn — Captain Foid. 

Dildo—C suptain Moulton, Lieuteiiant Wliite. 

Arnold's Cove — Lieutenant Dait. 

Bay Bulls' Arm — Lieutenant Bowring. 

Harbor Grace — Adjutant Snow, Captain ^V^isenian. 

Paradise Sound — Captain J. Le Drew. 

Exploits District : 
Ensign Baker, District Officer. 

Comfort Cove — Lieutenant M. Rideout. 

Campbellton — Captain J. Reader. 

Cottle's Cove — Caj^tain J. Downey. 

Ex2)loits — Captain P. Mercer, Lieutenant Newbery. 

New Bay — Captain Cave. 

Boticoodville— Ensign Baker, Lieutenant S. Mercei'. 

Gambo District : 
Siaft'-Captain McGillivray, District Officer. 
Clarenville — Captain Barrett. 

Mnsgravetoicn— CuTptSiin Cafe, Lieutenant Diamond. 
Charlottetown — Lieutenant Summers. 
Gambo — Captain Ashford, Lieutenant Burt. 
Hare £a?/— Lieutenant F. Smith. 

GREENSPOIyD DISTRICT : 

Ensign Pitcher, District Officer. 

Loo Cove — Liei\tenant Chronic. 

Greensjjond — Ensign Pitcher, Lieutenant Wells. 

Wesleyville — Captain S. Hiscock, Lieutenant Fisher. 

Nevjtown — Lieutenant F. Janes. 

Gooseberry Island- Captain Foote, Lieutenant Hilliei-. 

Grand Bank District : 
Adjutant Hiscock, District Officer. 
Seed Gove, F. B. — Captain Beston. 
Grand Bank — Adjutant Hiscock, Lieutenant E. Mercer. 



Salvation Army — Municipal. . 211 

AYRK & SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Hardware. 

Fortune— CajitAm Higdon, Lieutenant Miller. ' 

Garnish — Lieutenant Cummins. 

Lamaline — Lieutenant Butler. 

Bhtoi— Captain M. Sainsbury, Lieutenant Peddle. 

TWILLINGATE DISTRICT : 

Ensign Burry, District Officer. 

Doting Cove — Captain Simmons, Lieutenant Grandy. 

Herring Neck — Lieutenant Ebsary. 

Twillingate — Ensign Burry, Captain Moore, Lieutenant Wiltshire. 

Morton's Harbor — Captain Oxford, Lieutenant E. Bowring. 

Black Island — Captain Trask. 

Tilt Cove District : 

Adjutant Spaiks, District Officer. 

Tilt Cove — Adjutant Sparks, Lieutenant Blackmore. 

Jackson's Cove — Lieutenant French. 

L. Ward's Harbor — Lieutenant D. Mercer. 

Little Baij — Lieutenant Skinner. 

Liltle Bay Island — Lieutenant Matthews Lieutenant Newman. 

Pilley's Island — Captain Brace, Lieutenant G. Janes. 

Tnioi— Lieutenant Smith, Lieutenant Morgan. 

Institutions, 

Womens' Eescue Home, St. John's : Matron — Ensign Hall ; Assistant 
-Lieutenant Snow. 

Poor Man's Shelter, St. John's : Manager — Capt. Stickland ; Assistant 
-Lieutenant Collins. 



KING'S PRINTER. 

John W. Withers. 

Royal Gazette Office, Gazette Building, W"ater Street. 

PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Directors— The Mayor of St. John's (ex oficio) ; Hon. E. R. Bowring, 
Hon. E. P. Morris, K.C., Hon. John Ayre, D. W. Prowse, Esq., K.C., LL.D. 

Office : Duckworth Street. Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Mayor — George Shea. 

Councillors— 3 . W. Bennett, W. J. Ellis, C. F. Muir, Hon. J. Harris, 
John Anderson, Michael Kennedy. 



212 Municipal — Har. Grace Water Company. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John's- Best place to buy Fishing Taekle. 

Officers. 
Mayor— G. Shea. 

Waterer of Vessels — John Flynn. 



Secretary and Cashier — J. L. Slattery, 
Accountant — M. K. Greene. 
Collectors — J. P. Gj-ace, J. Laikin. 
Town Engineer — John Ryan (actg). 
Plumbing Inspector — John Donnelly. 



Tax Collector — John Fitzpatrick. 
Sanitary Supervisor — R. E. Hughes. 
Road Inspector (East) — AV. Carnell. 
Road Inspector (TVest) — M. Bambrick 



Foreman of Water Works — P. Hayes. 

Sanitary Department. 

Supervisor — R. E. Hughes. 
Stable Keeper — Thomas Clancy. 
Impounder — Arthur Mabyn. 

Day of meeting : Friday afternoon. Pay day : Saturday. 
Auditor — The Comptroller and Auditor-General. 

Assessment. 

Water rates (town), 6 per cent, on appraised rental for occupier, three 
per cent, owner. 

Vacant lands, 5 per cent, on a^jpraised rental. 

Se\\'erage 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 owi.er of every such steam-ship, 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, payable 
once a year on all vessels entering the port of St. John's. 

Coal Duty — Fifty cents per ton collected on all coal imported at the 
port of St. John's. 

HARBOR GRACE WATER COMPANY. 

Directors — W. Ward (Government) ; J. F. Apsey, John Tapp, H. C. 
Watts, Norman Munn, George Parsons, James Clance. 
President — John F. Apsey. 
Treasurer — Bank of Nova Scotia. 
Secretary and Collector — Andrew Rutherford. 
Superintendent — J. Lynch. 

RATES PAYABLE HALF YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 

Owners, four per cent. ; occupiers, four per cent. ; leaseholders and 
occupiers, 7 3-15 per cent. ; landowners, 4-5 per cent. ; leaseholders only, 
3 1-5 per cent. ; and five cents per ton on all vessels entering from foreign 
ports to discharge or take in cargo — due and payable each year. Coasting 
and fishing vessels being exempt. Coal duty, 50 cents per ton. 



Carhonear Water Company — Banks. 213 

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

CARBONEAR WATER COMPANY. 

Directors — Laurence Barron, Josiali H. Penney. 
Secretary — G. A. Monlton. 

Government Stock $34,000 

Eate on appraised Rental 6 per cent. 

Note. — Fifty 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. Five cents 
per ton on all vessels entering the port of Carbonear, as water rates, on 
account of the Carbonear Water Company. 



SAVINGS' BANK-Duckworth Street. 
Hours of Business 10.30 a. m. to 3 p. m. 

Governors — Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Bond, Hon. E. P. Morris, Hon. Geo. 
C. Skelton, Hon. George Knowling, Hon. John Harris, H. Gear, and Tlie 
Speaker, House of Assembly. 

Directors — Rt. Hon. Sir R. Boni, Hon. E. P. Morris, and Hon. George 
C. Skelton. 

Cashier — Hon. E. D. Shea. 
Accountant — Stephen H. Knight. 
Clerk— W. H. J. Shears. . 

Branch Banks. 

Harbor Grace — Acting Clerk — John Foley. 
Heart's Content — CMc — George Moore. 

Number of Depositors 31st Dec, 1901, at St. John's, 3,485; Harbor 
Grace, 496 ; Heart's Content, 129 ; Total, 4,110. 

Total amount on deposit 31st December, 1901 ... $1,296,940.44 
Rate of Interest on deposits 3 per cent. 

BANK OF MONTREAL. 

[Established 1817.] 

HEAD office : MONTREAL. 

Paid up Capital $12,000,000.00 

Reserved Fund 8,000,000.00 

Undivided Profits 435,698.00 

President— ^\g\\t Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal. 
General Manacjer — E. S. Cloustou. 

Financial Agents for the Government of the Dominion of Canada. 
Bankers for the Government of Newfoundland, 



214 Banks, 

AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Only place to buy the wonderful 



St. John's Branch, Gazette Buildingf, Water Street. 

Manager — F. J. Hunter. 
Accountant — H. D. Carter. 
Faying Teller— R. M. Arnold. 
Receiving Teller — C. S. S3'me. 

Staff— W. F. Bensen, S. C. Nor.s worthy, H. W. Emerson, G. B. Hiitcli- 
ings, A. E. Archbold, V. Gordon, J. W. Fox. 

Messenger — W. 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. 

Scotland — Tlie Briti.sh Linen Co. Bank, and Branches. 

New Fo?-fc— National City Bank ; The Bank of New York, N. B. A. ; 
The Third National Bank. 

Boston — The Meichants National Bank ; J. B. Moors & Co. 

Buffalo — Marine Bank. 

Sa7i Francisco — The Bank of British Columbia ; The Anglo-Califor- 
nian Bank. 

Portland, Oregon — The Bank of British Columbia. 

Brandies in ail tlie chief cities and towns of Canada, as well as in 
London, New York, and Chicago. Letters of Credit issued, available in 
all parts of the world. 



BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

[Established 1832.] 

HEAD OFFICE : HALIFAX, N. S. 

Capital— $2,000,000 ; Reserve Fund- $2,809,000. 

GENERAL MANAGER'S OFFICE : TORONTO. 

H. C. McLeod, General Manager ; D. Waters, Chief Lisped or. 

Forty-four Branches in Canada, United States, Newfoundland, and 
West Indies. 

Branch Offices in Newfoundland. 

Hours foi business : 10 a. ni. to 3 p. ni. (excepting Saturday, lo a. m. 
to 12 noon.) 

St. John's Office. 

Manager — W. W. Watson. 

Accountant — W. J. Jardine. 

Teller — J. H. Stevenson. 

Ledger Keeper — C. R. Hill. 

Clcrh—n. A. Rice, A. S. R. Jackson, S. E- James, C. T. Crowdy, 



lianhs — Poreign Consuls. ^15 



Aeolian, ivhlch places the best Music virithin peach of all. 

Harbor Grace Office. 
Manager — G. R. Viets. 
Teller— D. C. Slieppaid. 
Clerk— 

Correspondents. 

Great Britain — Royal Bank of Scotland ami Biani-lu'.s ; New York — 
Bank of New Yoik, N. B. A. ; Boston — Merchant.* National Bank ; Chicago 
— Fiist National Bank ; Scm Francisco— Canadmn Bank of Coninierce ; 
St. Pierre, Miq. — Ban(|ue des Isles ; and in all the piinciijai citir.'^ of tlie 
world. 

THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA. 

(Incorporated 1869). 

Authorized Capital, f3,000,000 ; Rest, ^1,700,000. 

Paid-up Capital, $2,000,000. 

HEAD OFFICE : HALIFAX. 

President — T. E. Kenny ; Genc-al Manager — E. L. Pea.se. 

St. John's Branch : Goodfeliow's Building-, Water Street. 

Manager — W. H. Crowdy. 

Accountant — C. E. Meehan. 

Teller— A.\iiii. Marshall, jr. 

Clerks — Hubert Watson, James Howley, H. M. Smith. 

Correspondents : 

Dominion of Canada — Merchants' Bank of Canada. 

Berimida — Bank of Bermuda (Limiterl). 

New York — Agency : The Royal Bank of Canada. 

Boston — National Shawmut Bank. 

Great Britain — Bank of Scotland, London. 

France — Credit Lyonnais. 

foreign Con^ul^, 

Belgium — Consul-General, Canada and Nfld. — E. Donner, Ottawa. 
Consul for Newfoundland— H. E. Hayward. 

Brazil — Vice-Consul, St. John's— A. 0. Haywavd. 

Commercial Agent for St. John's— R. E. Hayward. 

Commercial Agent, Harbor Grace — W. H. Thompson. 
Denmark- -Consue — L. O'B. Furlong. 
German Empire — Consul, St. John's and Har. Grace — B. H. Pjowse. 

Acting Vice-Gonsul — Nain — F. W. Gericke. 
Italy— Consular Agent for Newfoundland— Renvy J. Stabb. 



216 Poreign Consuls — Telegraph Stations and Tariff. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Best place to buy Pianos <& Org-ans. 



Portugal — Consul, St. John's — J. R. Goodridge. 

Vice-Consul, St. John's — A. J. Goodridge, (acliug). 
" King's Cove — Daniel A. Ryan. 

La Foile~J. H. Clement. 
" i^Of/o— Henry J. Earle. 

" Harhor Briton — Philip Hubeit (acting). 

" Tu-iUingate — James D. Lockyer (acting). 

Consular Agents, Harbor Grace — Graham Miinn. 
Catalina — P. Templeman. 
Burin — Richard H. Parsons. 
Grand Bank — George A. Butiytt. 
Sfaix— Consul-General for B. N. America — Senor Manuel J. Quintana. 
Consul, St. John's — Don Jose Marie Perez. 
Vice-Consul, Harbor Grace — D. Munn. 
Consular Agent, La Poile — Joseph Le Scelleur. 
" Harbor Briton — Philip Hubert. 

Sweden and Norway — Vice-Consul, St. John's — Robt. H. Prowsc. 

United States of America — Consul, St. John's — Geo. O. Cornelius. 

Vice-Consul — H. F. Bradshaw. 
Consular Clerk — A. R. Bulley. 
Consular Agent, Bay Bulls — Hamilton 

Weeks. 
Consular Agent, Port-aux- Basques — 

Jas. W. Keating. 



ANGLO-AMERICAN TELEGRAPH COMPANY- 


-Foreign Tariff. 




10 words. Ad. word. 


Cape Breton, Nova Scotia and New Brunsv.'ick 


.. 81 


00 and 


9 cts. 


Ontario and Quebec 


.. 1 


05 and 10 cts. 


Maine 


.. 1 


15 and 10 cts. 


New England States, P. E. I. and New York City . 


.. 1 


25 and 11 cts. 


Great Britain and France 




25 cts. 


per ^\or(l. 


Germany 




25 




Spain (Barcelona via France and Marseilles cable) . 




38 




Spain (all other places) 




40 




Portugal 




39 




Italy, Sicil)^, Sardinia 




32 




Italy (via Eastern Co. cable) 




47 




Norway ... ... ... ... ... 




35 




Pernambuco 




85 




Rio de Janeiro ... 


" 1 


00 




Bahia 


.. 1 


00 





To calculate the cost of a message to Barbadoes, multiply 91 by num- 
ber of words and add 75 to total. If over ten words, add eight cents to 
the 75 for each word over the ten. 

Note— In Code messages words over ten letters count as two woi'ds. 
In plain English limit eighteen letters. This does not apply to local mes- 
sages or messages to Canada and United States. 



Tdc(jra])h Stations — Raihvay Stations. 



217 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's -Agents fop Ronisch Pianos. 



ANGLO-AMERICAN STATIONS IN NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Office Hours : 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. 

L 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 : — 

Bay Bulls, Dunsmere, 

Ferryland, 
Fermeuse, 
Harhor Grace, 
Harhor Grace Dejjot, 
Heart's Content, 
Holyrood, 
Kelligrews, 
Manuals, 

Whitbourne. 



Bay Roberts, 
Broad Cove, 
Brigus, 

Brigus Junction, 
Cape Broyle, 
Cape Eace, 
Caplin Bay, 
Carbonear, 



Placentia, 

Placentia Junction, 

Renews, 

Salmon Cove, 

Salmonier, 

St. John's, 

Tilton, 

Topsail, 

Trepassey, 



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



Arnold's Cove, 
Bay-du-Nord, 
Black River, 
Burgeo, 



Cape Ray, 
Channel, 
Conne River, 
La Poile, 



Long Harbor, 
Rose Blanche, 
St. Pierre, 
White Bear Bay. 



For Government Stations see Post Office, p. 120. 

Rates from North Sydney to Newfoundland are as follows :— 



To Anglo Stations 
To other Stations 



75 cents and 8 cents. 
$1.00 and 10 cents. 



REID NEWFOUNDLAND COMPANY. 
Newfoundland Railway and Steamship Service— Stations and Fares. 

St. .John's to Poet aux Basques. 



St. John's io- 


— 






Miles. 


ls(. 


Duiismeru ... 


"... 


$0 35. 


Irvine 


10... 


50 


Topsail 


15... 


60 


Manuels 


18... 


70 


Kelligrews 


22... 


75 


Seal Cove ... 


27... 


80 


Dutf's 


29... 


90 


Biien's 


82... 




Holyrooil 


33... 


1 00 


Woodford ... 


36... 


1 10 


Salmon Cove 


39... 


1 20 


Brigus Junction ... 


44... 


1 30 


Mahcr's 


47... 


I 30 


Hoilge Water 


52... 


1 55 


Whitbourne 


57... 


1 70 


Blaketown 


62... 


1 85 


Broad Cove 


67.,. 


2 00 



2nd, 
$0 20 
30 
45 
50 
55 
55 
60 

65 
75 
80] 
90 

90 

1 05 
1 15 
1 25 
1 35 





Miles. 


1st. 


2nd. 


Spaniard's Bay Rd, 


74... 


$2 25.. 


$1 50 


Tilton 


79... 


2 10.. 


1 45 


Harbor Grace 


84... 


2 25.. 


1 50 


Placentia Junction. 


64... 


1 90.. 


1 30 


Villa Maria 


71... 


2 15.. 


1 40 


Dunville ... 


80... 


2 40.. 


1 60 


Placentia ... 


84... 


2 50.. 


1 70 


Long Harbor 


71... 


2 15.. 


1 40 


Tickle Harbor ... 


82... 


2 50 


1 65 


Ran tern 


90... 


2 70.. 


1 80 


La Manche... 


92... 


2 75.. 


1 85 


Arnold'.s Cove 


101... 


3 00.. 


2 00 


Come-by-Chance ... 


105... 


3 15 . 


2 10 


Nortliern Biglit ... 


118... 


3 55.. 


2 35 


Clarenville... 


132... 


4 00.. 


2 65 


Shoal Harbor 


136... 


4 10.. 


2 70 


Thorburn Lake ... 


145 . 


4 35.. 


2 90 


Port Blandford ... 


153... 


4 60.. 


3 10 


Terra Nova 


167... 


5 00., 


3 35 


Alexander Bay ... 


183,.. 


5 50,. 


3 65 



DD 



218 



Itaikvdy Stations and I'ares. 



AYRE 6s SONS, St. John's— Agents for Ludwig- Pianos. 



Miles, 

Gambo 192... 

Benton 206... 

Glen wood 232... 

Notre Dame Jii'ctn. 245... 

Exploits 256... 

Bishop's Falls ... 268... 
Ru.shy Pond ... 280... 

Badger's Brook ... 296... 
Millertowii Tnnct'n 313... 
St. Patrick's Brook. 317,.. 
West Brook ... 324... 

Quarry ... ... 327. 



1st. 2nd. 

J5 75... -?3 80 

6 20... 4 10 

7 00... 4 65 
7 40... 4 90 

7 70... 5 10 

8 05... 5 40 

8 40... 5 60 
3 90... 5 90 

9 40... 6 25 
9 50... 6 35 
9 70... 6 50 
9 80... 6 55 



Gaff Topsail 
Kitty's Brook 
Howloy 
Grand Lake 
Deer Lake 
South Brook 
Bay of Islands 



... 335... 10 05... 6 70 

... 345... 10 35... 6 90 

... 359... 10 75... 7 20 

... 365... 10 95... 7 30 

... 376... 11 30... 7 50 

... 3S8... 11 60... 7 75 

... 407... 12 20... 8 00 



St. Goorge'.sBay ... 459... 13 75... 8 00 

Fischell's 474... 14 00... S 00 

Robin.son's 484... 14 00... 8 00 

Codroy 510... 14 00... 8 00 

Little River ... 629... 14 00... 8 00 

Fort-au-Basques ... 548... T4 00... 8 00 

Sydney 633... 16 00... 8 00 

Children under 12, half price; children 
fours years and nnder (one child only and 
in arras), with parents or servant, free. 



Brigds Branch. 



St. John's to — 



Brigus Junction 
Brigus 

Clarke's Bsach 
Bay Roberts 
Spaniard'.? Bar 
Tiltou 

Harbor Grace 
Carbonoar ... 



Miles. 
44... 
55... 
62... 
66... 
68... 
71... 
75... 
83... 



1st. 

30... 

65... 
. 85... 

95... 



2nd. 
$0 90 



2 00. 



10. 

25. 
45. 



Children under 12, half price; children 
four years and under (one child only n'nl 
in arms), with parent or servant, free. 

Trinity Bay. 

Between St. .John's and (via Carhonear 
every Saturday) — 

1st. 2iul. 

Carbonear 32 45 ... $1 70 

Western Bay 2 95 ... 2 00 

Bay-de-Verdu 3 20 ... 2 20 

OldPerlican 3 70 ... 2 50 

Cataliiia 

Trinity 

Hant's Harbor . . . 

Heart's Content 

Hickman's Harbor 

Clarenville 



4 50 



3 00 



Between St. John's and (via Clarenville 
every Friday) — 



Hickman's Harbor 
Fox H.irbor 
Britannia Cove ... 
White Rock 
British Harbor ... 
Ireland's Eye ... 
New Bonaventnre 

Trinity 

Salmon Cove 
Catalina 

Bay-de-Verdo ... 
Western Bay ... 
Carbonear 



1st. 
$4 50 



2nd. 

$2 95 



.J 



4 50 



3 00 



Between St. John's and (via Clarenville 
every Monday) — 



Lst. 
S4 50 



4 50 



2nd. 
S2 95 



3 06 



Hickman's Harbor 
Heart's Content 
Hant's Harbor ... 
Trinity 
Catalina 
Old Perlicaii 
Bay-de-Verde ... 
Western Bay 
Carbonear 



Between St. John's and (via Carbonear 
every Tuesday) — 





1st. 


2nd. 


Western Bay ... 


S2 95 . 


. $2 00 


Bay-de-V^erde ... 


3 20 . 


. 2 20 


Catalina 


^ 




Salmon Cove 


i 




Trinity 


1 




New Bonaventnre 


1 




Ireland's Eye 






British Harbor 


;- 4 50 . 


. 3 00 


White Rock 


1 




Britannia Cove 






Fox Harbor 






iTirknian's Harbor 






Ci;.reDville 


J 





Bona VISTA Bay. 

Between St, John's and (via Port Bland- 
ford and Steamer) — 



Charlottetown ... 
Brooklyn and MiLsgrave 

Open Hall 

King's Cove and Keels . 
Bonavista 



1st. 


2nd. 


85 00 .. 


$3 40 


5 00 .. 


3 45 


5 50 .. 


3 70 


5 80 .. 


3 90 


G 00 .. 


4 00 



Railway Stations and Fares. 



219 



AYRE «Ss SONS, St. John's— Agents for Fappand Organs 


• 




Lst. 


2nd. 






l.?t. 


2nd. 


Salvage 


^ 
1 




Woody Island ... 




$3 90 ... 


$2 65 


Flat Islands 






Barron's Island .. 




4 05 ... 


2 75 


Gooseberry Island 






Tack's Beach ... 




4 30 ... 


2 90 


St. Brendan's 

Fair Islands 


i>f6 20 ... 

i 


.$4 00 


Burgeo 

St. Leonard's ... 




4 65 ... 
4 90 ... 


3 15 
3 30 


Greeuspond 






Isle Valen 




5 00 ... 


3 35 


Pool's Island 






Merashesn 




5 15 ... 


3 45 


Wesley ville 


J 




Betioeen St. John's and 


Cvia Pla 






centia 


NoTRK Dame 


Bay. 




every alter 


nate Monday)— 




Bfiween St. John's (via 


Lewisport 


every 






1st. 


2nJ. 


Monday) I 


0— 




Merashe«n 




$3 05 ... 


12 10 




1st. 


2nd. 


Isle Valcn 




3 20 ... 


2 20 


Exploits 


$8 00 ... 


$5 15 


St. Leonard's .. 




3 25 ... 


2 20 


Moreton's Harbor 


8 0.5 ... 


5 20 


Burgeo 




3 55 ... 


2 40 


Tizzard's Harbor 


8 10 ... 


5 25 


Tack's Beach . . 




3 90 ... 


2 65 


Twillingate 


8 15 ... 


5 30 


Barron's Island.. 




4 15 ... 


2 80 


Herring Neck 


8 20 ... 


5 35 


Woody Island .. 




4 30 ... 


2 90 


Change Islands 


8 25 ... 


5 40 


Sound Island .. 




4 45 ... 


3 00 


FoEfo 


8 30 ... 


5 40 


Black River 




4 55 ... 


3 05 


A ^o ■ ■ ■ " • ■ ■ 






Brule 




4 75 ... 


3 20 


Between St. John's (via 
Thursday) 


Leioisport 
to— 


every 


Haystack 
Harbor Buffett.. 
Rose au Rue 




4 90 ... 

5 05 ... 
5 20 ... 


3 30 
3 40 
3 55 




1st. 


2nd. 


Indian Harbor .. 




5 20 ... 


3 55 


Botwoodville & Kite C'e 


$8 00 ... 


$5 15 


Ram's Island .. 




5 40 ... 


3 65 


Exploits 


8 00 ... 


5 15 


Red Island 




5 60 ... 


3 80 


Fortune Harbor 


.^ 10 ... 


5 30 










New Bay Head 
Leading Tickles 
Triton 


8 15 ... 
8 15 ... 
8 20 ... 


5 30 
5 30 
5 35 


Betiveen St. John's and 
every Wednesday) 


(via Placentia 


Pilley's L4and 

Springdalii 
Boot Harbor 


8 2.'. ... 


5 35 






Lst. " ■ 


2na. 


8 30 ... 


5 40 


Presque ... 




$3 30 ... 


f 2 30 


8 35 ... 


5 40 


Paradise 




3 50 ... 


2 40 


Little Bay Islands 


8 40 ... 


5 45 


Petit Fort 




3 70 ... 


2 50 


Little Bay 

Three Arms, Jackson's 


8 45 ... 


5 50 


Oderin 




3 95 ... 


2 65 






Baine Harbor .. 




4 10 .. 


2 80 


Cove, alternately 


8 50 .. 


5 50 


Flat Island 




4 30 ... 


2 90 


North West Arm 


8 55 .. 


5 55 


Mary's Town .. 




4 85 ... 


3 25 


Nipper's Harbor 
Snook's Ann 


8 60 .. 


5 55 


Beau Bois 




5 00 .. 


3 40 


8 65 .. 


5 60 


Burin 




5 40 .. 


3 60 


Tilt Cove 


8 70 .. 


5 60 


Epworth 




5 50 .. 


3 70 


Shoe Cove 


8 70 .. 


5 60 


St. Lawrence .. 
Lawn 




5 60 .. 
5 80 .. 


3 70 
3 80 








Lamaline 




6 00 ... 


3 90 


Placentia 


Bay. 




Fortune 




7 00 .. 


4 20 


Between Si. John's an 

7 J J 3IA 


d (via Placentia 

r_ __ 7 1 


Grand Bank 




7 00 .. 


4 20 


every alternate Monaayj — 














1st. 


2nd, 


St. John's to Port- 


\.ux-Basques. 


Ked Island 


$3 00 .. 


32 00 


From St. John's 


to (via direct Stea 


mtr) — 


Ram's Island 


3 05 .. 


2 10 










Indian Harbor ... 


3 10 .. 


2 15 






1st. 


2ud. 


Rose au Rue 


3 10 .. 


2 15 


Ferryland or 








Harbor Buftett 


3 25 .. 


. 2 20 


Renews 




-$3 00 .. 


$1 50 


Haystack 


3 45 . 


2 35 


Cape Broyle or. 








Brule ... 


3 55 .. 


. 2 45 


Fernieuso 




1 




Sound Island 


3 65 .. 


. 2 50 


Trepassey 




4 00 .. 


. 2 60 


Black River 


3 75 ., 


. 2 55 


St, Mary's 


. 


4 40 . 


. 3 00 



220 



Railway Stations and Fares. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— District IVIanag-ePS for 



Placentia 

Burin 

St. Lawrence ... 

Lanialiiie 

St'. Pierre 

Fortune 

Grand Bank 

Belleoram 

St, Jacques 

Harbor Briton ... 

Pass Island 

Hermitage 

Gaultois 

Pushtlirongh 

McCalluni Bay ... 

Chaleur Baj^ 

Cape La Huiie ... 

Raniea ... 

Wliite Bear Bay 

Burgeo ... 

La Poile 

Rose Blanche ... 

Port-aux-Basqnes 



Lst. 

$5 00 

7 10 



2nd. 



35 

80 
00 
50 



-50 
50 
70 



5 00 



9 50 
10 00 

10 50 

11 00 
11 20 



11 
11 

n 



30 
50 
80 



H2 00 

12 10 
12 50 

12 80 

13 00 

13 50 

14 00 



5 30 
5 80 

5 80 

6 00 
6 10 
6 20 
6 30 
6 40 
6 50 
6 80 



00 

10 
50 



7 60 

8 00 
8 00 
8 00 



Placentia and Port-aux-Basques 



Between Si. John's 
and Steamer )- 

Placentia 

Burin 

St. Lawrence ... 

Lanialine 

St. Pierre 

Fortune 

Grand Bank 

Belleoram 

St. Jacques 

Harbor Briton ... 

Pass Island 

Hermitage 

Gaultois 

Push through ... 

McCallum Bay ... 

Cape La Hune . . . 

Ramea 

Burgeo 

La Poile 

Rose Blanche ... 

Port-anx-Basqncs 



and (via Placentia 
1st. 2nd. 



$5 40 .. 

5 60 .. 

6 00 .. 
8 00 .. 
8 50 .. 

8 50 .. 

9 00 .. 
9 50 . 

10 00 .. 
10 20 .. 
10 30 .. 
10 50 .. 

10 80 .. 

11 00 .. 
11 ]0 .. 
11 50 .. 

11 80 .. 

12 00 .. 

12 50 .. 

13 00 .. 



S3 60 
3 70 
3 90 
90 
90 
90 
00 
10 
20 
30 
40 
50 
80 
00 
10 
50 
60 
00 
20 
00 



Bay of Island.s and Battle Harboe, 
DURING Open Navigation, 

Betjoeen St. John's and (via Bay of 
Islands and Steamer) — 

1st. 2ik1. 

Bay of Islands 

Bonne Bay $13 40 ... $8 80 

Cow Head 14 30 ... 8 80 



Port Saunders 
Bay St. John 
Salmon River 
Bonne Esperance 
Isle au Bois 
Blanc Sablon 
St. Barbe 
Flower's Cove 
Forteau 
Lance a a Loup 
Red Bay 
Henley Harbor 
Cliateau 
Chimney Tickle 
Cape St. Charles 
Battle Harbor 



Lst. 

$15 00 

15 00 

15 00 

15 00 

\ 15 00 



15 
15 
15 



00 
00 
00 



15 00 
15 00 

15 00 

15 00 
15 00 
15 00 



2nd. 

$8 80 
8 80 
8 80 
8 SO 

8 80 

8 80 
8 80 
8 80 
8 80 
8 80 

8 80 

8 80 
8 80 
8 80 



Labrador Skrvice. 

From St. John's and harbor Grace 
to— 



Battle Harbor ... 
Spear Harbor 
Francis Harbor ... 
Fishing Ship Har 
Square Islands ... 
Dead Islands 
Snug Harbor 
Venison Harbor ... 
Bolster Rocks 
Punch Bowl 
Sandy Island 
Bateau 
Domino 

Indian Tickle ... 
Grady 
Long Island 
Cartwright 
Pack's Harbor ... 
Rigoulette 
Indian Harbor ... 
Smoky Tickle ... 
White Bears 
Emily Harbor ... 
Holton 

Cape Harrison ... 
Ragged Islands ... 
Iroubound Islands 
Long Tickle 
Maccovick 
Hack 

Turnavick Ea.ft 
Turnavick West... 
Windsor Harbor... 
Hopedale 
Double Island 
Fanny's Aarbor ... 
Cape Harrigan ... 
Naiu 



1st. 
$12 00 
12 15 
12 30 
12 35 
12 45 
12 55 
12 65 
12 75 

12 85 

13 00 
13 05 
13 15 
13 20 
13 35 
13 70 

13 80 

14 00 

14 45 

15 40 

16 10 
16 15 
16 25 
16 45 

16 50 

17 00 
17 15 
17 45 
17 60 
17 90 

17 95 
IS 00 

18 00 
18 25 
18 55 
18 75 
18 90 
18 95 
20 00 



2nd. 

$7 10 
7 15 
7 20 
25 
35 
40 
45 
50 
7 60 
7 70 



9 95 
10 00 
10 30 
10 40 
10 60 
10 70 
10 70 

10 95 

11 00 
11 00 
11 15 
U 35 
11 50 
11 60 

11 60 

12 00 



Ret. 

$22 80 
23 10 
23 35 
23 45 
23 65 

23 85 

24 05 
24 25 
24 40 
24 70 

24 80 

25 00 
25 10 

25 35 

26 00 
26 20 

26 60 

27 45 

29 25 

30 60 
30 70 

30 90 

31 25 

31 35 

32 30 

32 60 

33 15 

33 45 

34 00 
34 20 
34 20 
34 20 

34 70 

35 25 
35 60 

35 90 

36 00 
38 00 



Letters Patent. 



221 



the " New York Life Insurance Company." 



LETTERS PATENT ISSUED IN NFLD., 1889 to 1902. 

Patent Office : Office of the Col. Sec. , Departmental Buildi\ig. 



Grantee. 



PUEPOSES FOR WHICH LbTTKRS GRANTED. 



Date of 

Issue. 



Frederirk W. Golder 
Lucien Benoist 
John H. Dinsmore 

Thomas J. Kliiio 

Johauii C, LoL'tfler 

James Hippisley 

William H. Daniels ... 

Lottis Perkins 

Universal Cool Air Dry- 
ing Co., Ltd 

Cathcart Toiusoii 

Edward Partington 

Edward Partington 
William L. Wood 
A, J. Harvey (Extension) 
Gustavus A. Weaber ... 
Edmund B. Dnfort 
Edward G. Coleman ... 
Lundholm and Sayer.s... 

Carl Kellner (4) 

John H. Noonan 
Edward Partington 
Edward Partington 
Siemens, Bros. & Co. ... 
Susan A, Makie 
H. J. Wickes 
Alfred Noble 
Ebenczer K. Kniglit ... 
Alex. Mituherlick 
Thos. DaTis Nicholls ... 
Christopher J.iL.es 
F. J. Kenny 
John Grothgar and John 

M. Garheld. 
Thomas S. Witnian 
Samuel Eastick 



Samuel F]a,stink 



l^hristopher James 

William Hawkins and 

Thos. Hawkins. 
Albert Legg 
Alexander Shields 



'A new and useful Oil Buoy Feb., 1889 

I Curing Hides a«d Skins Jan., 1889 

Manufacture of Coal Gas, &e j Mar, 1889 

Rotary Soldering and Floating Machine ... ...jMar., 1889 

Submarine Telegraph Cables ... ... ...tMar., 1889 

A new method of drying Fish JMar., 1889 

Antiseptic Compound for jireserving perishable! 

articles ... ... ... ... ... ... Aug., 1889 

Improvements in Refrigerators, &o. ... ...|Aug.. 1889 

Improvements in Drying Apparatus ... ...iQct., 1889 



Preserving Smoked and Salted Fish 

Manufacture of Sulphurous Acid and Sulphur 

Compounds 
Construction of Boilers for manufacturing Pulp.. 
Improved Anchor 

Improvements in Bread making ... 
Improvement.? in Metal Cans, &c. ... 
Feather Renovating Machine 
Improved Fog Horn... 
Manufacture of Explosives ... 

(Transferred to Noble Explosive Company).. 
Manufacture of Pulp and lining Boilers for that 

purpose ... 
Combination Safe and Cashier's Till 
Improvements in Boilers for wood fibre, &c. 
Improvements manufact'e Sulphurous Acids, &c. 
Improvements Submarine Telegraph Cables 
Macliine for Washing Clothes, &c. 
Reirigerator Structures 
JIanufacture of Explosives ... 
Improvements in Horse Machines for Sowing Seeii 
Manufacture of Paper Pulp... 
Improved method of refining Copper 
Improved method of refining Cop|ier 
Preserving Lobsters whole in tiieir Shells 
Improvement in the Keels for Vessels 

Artificial Drying and Preserving of Fi.sh 

Improved Boiler or Digester for the manufacture 
of Paper Pulp, and new method of rei.'over- 
ing the waste gases from same 

Improved method and apparatus for manufac- 
turing Sulphurous Aciils and Salts of Sul- 
phurous Acid ... 

Improved method for the protection of refined 
Copper ... 

Improvements in and relating to generating fluid 
pressure for motive power and other purposes 

Imjiroveuients in Sewing Machines 

Improvements in method and apparatus for auto- 
matically regulating temperature in ships, &c. 



Nov., 1889 



Nov. , 
Dec, 
June, 

;Ju!y, 
July, 
July. 
Sept., 
iJune, 

Sept., 

Oct., 

Nov.. 

Nov,; 

Jan., 

Jan., 

Jan.. 

Feb., 

April, 

May, 

Aug., 

Aug., 

Sept., 

Mar., 



1889 
1889 
1890 

1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 

1890 
1890 
1890 
lo90 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1801 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1891 
1892 



Mav. 1892 



.lulv, 1892 



July, 1892 



Sept., 
May, 

June, 
Aug., 5 



1892 
189-3 

1893 
1893 



222 



Letters Patent. 



AYRE 65 SONS, St. John's— Agents for Estey Opg-ans. 



Letters Patent— (Continued). 




Rev Patrick O'Brien ... 

John C. W. Stanley ... 
George C. Feani 
Albert W. Atwater and 

John P. Makif. 
John W, Poran 
William J. Clonston ... 
William Dickenson 

William L, Winans 
Henry Gear 

Geo. W. Clerihew 

Charles L. Davis 

Edward J. Pennington.. 

John C. W. Stanley ... 

Chas. K. Walsh 

Jacob P. Wright 

B. Beecher and Jacob 

P. Wright, 
Eben. B. Beecher and 

Jacob P. Wright, 
Rudolph Langhaus 



George Win, Clerihew.. 

Frederick A. Kiiapp 
Thos. Leopold Wil.son 

Tho.s. Leopold Wil.son 

Guglielmo Marconi 

John C. W. Stanley 

WiUard G. D.'iy 

Edward W. Giles 
Edwin B. McDoagall 



Gottfried Erickoff and 
P. E. T. Tiihl, 

Ch^s, H. Palmer, John 
W. Den mead and 
Jos. A. Bangniani, 



Improved form in the construction of tlie Hulls 
of Sliips and Boats 

Treatment of Fish and Fish Offal 

Transportation of Live Lobsters 
Improvement in Heat Deflector.? ... 



April, 
April, 
April, 

May, 



Freezing and Preserving Meats and other articles, June, 
Mauufact'e of tin cans for canning Lobsters, &c,. June, 
Recording Signals on Siphon, Recording in damp 

climates without aid of Statical Electricity ..July, 
Spindle-shapsd Ocean Steamers ... ... ...iSept., 

Improved and Economical method of heating| 

dwelling houses and other buildings ... April, 

New and useful invention for improvement in- 

hermetically sealed sheet metal cans ...jMay, 

New and useful improvement in rapid telegraphic | 

transmission on Cable lines ... ... ...jSept., 

Improvement in Engines, and in the method ofj 

mixing and Totalizing the gases in the same. .'Sept., 
ImprovemeuLs in or relating to the treatment of 

lish or other offal or similar refuse ... ...'June, 

Improvements in or relating to Air Valves tor 

Pnematic Tyres ... ... ... ... Jum 

Improvements in Machines for making Matche.s.. June. 
Improvements in Machines for making Matches.. June, 



Machines for making Wax 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 

1894 
1895 

189,T 
1895 

1896 

1896 

1896 

1896 

1897 

1897 
1897 
1897 

1897 



Imj-rovements in 

Matches |Juue, 

Improvements in the production of Coatings com- 
posed of oxides of the earth metals, and in 
the manufacture of incandescing media for 
use in Gas Lignting Aug., 1897 

Improvements iu the manufacture of Hermeti- 
cally Sealed Sheet Metal Cans 

Improvements in Marine Vessels ... 

Improvements in Electric reduction of refractory 
metallic compounds 

Improvements iu Metallic Carbides and the jiro- 
duction thereof ... 

Imjirovements in transmitting Electrical Ini))ulses 
and Signals and in apparatus therefor 

Improvements in or relating to the liberation or 
rocov«ry of Oils and the like 

Improvements in methods of preserving jierish- 
able substances 

Improvements in Water Pipe system for houses.. 

Improvements in the preparation of Pish for pur- 
poses of food and sale 

ilmprovements in a Machine for printing cylin- 
drical objects 

Improvements in and relating to Machines for 
filling boxes with matches 



Aug. 
Oct., 


1897 
1897 


Oct., 


1897 


Oct., 


1897 


Oct., 


1897 


Oct. , 


1897 


Dec, 
Dec, 


1897 
1897 


Jan., 


1898 


Jan., 


1898 


Mar. 


1898 



Letters Patent. 



223 



AYRE 6s SONS, St. John's-Hats and Caps. 



Letters Patent- (Continued). 




Alice Pigott 

Benjamin W. Mot-foot. ., 

Frederick Laniplough... 



John Armstrong 

Eiigeno Menrer 

Do. 
Carl R. A. VonWclvy)ank 

Augustus Howard 



J, C. W. Stanley 

Freilerk, A. Maximilian 

Schierhel, 
Oliver 8. Garretsnii 

Eniil Kreiiser 

John Davidson 
Giiglielnio Marconi 
Elizabeth B. Parnell ... 

Francis Ellershausen ... 

John P. Wetherill 
David Z. Baunigarten ... 
Chaa. C Bruckner 
Frcderii.: Bedell 

Harold Boyd 
Edward Hett 

Do. 

Do. 

Simon Albert Eraser ... 
Francis Edward Elmore 



Improvement in the treatment of Lead Ores 
Tinijrovement.i in key-opening Can heads 
Method and apparatus for saturating, vulcanizing 

anil oxidizing fibrous materials in the ]iro-: 

duction of njaterial to be used for insulating 

;nid other imrposen 
Tmproveiiicnts in treating complex arcs, mantles 

and the like, and in furnaces therefor 
Improvements in Digesters No. 1. 
Improvements in Digesters No. 2 
Improvements in Incandescent Electric Ijanips 

and processes I'o" production thereof 
Improvements in method of and apparatus for 

the conversion ol the energy of fuel and an 

expansion medium into power 
Improvements in or relating to the extraction of 

Oil from material containing it 
Improvements in ujagnetic sei)aration 



April, 
Aug., 



1898 
lb98 



Nov., 18P8 



Xo 
De. 
Dci 



1898 
1898 
1898 



Dec, 1898 



Feb,, 1899 



Mar. 
Mar. 



1899 
1899 



Guglielmo Marconi 

Adolph Nielsen 

Oluf Tyberg and others. 
Guglielmo Marconi .. 

Do. 



Improvements in Matte and Pyritic smelting anil 

converting or l)essemerizing Matte.' ..April, 1899 

Improvements in Electro-magnetic apparatus for 

separating Ores 'April, 1899 

Improvements in Fish food jireparations ...; April, 1899 

'Apiiaratus employed in Wireless Telegraphy ...!Mar., 1899 
ImproveuientK in or relating to the treatment ot 

Ores and in apparatus therefor ... ... June, 1899 

Improvements in the treatment of refractory 

Sulphuric Ores June, 1899 

Improvements in ujagnetic .separation 'July; 1899 

Improvements in Acetylene Gas Generators ...|Ang., 1899 
Imy>roveiue\its in Hydro-carbon vapor burners ..'Aug., 1899 
System of Telegraphy and transmission of .-ur- 

rentii by electricity O.t., 1899 

llmprovements in Explo-iives Nov., 1899 

llmproveinents in transferring and printing, and 

I mechanics therefor Nov., 1899 

llmprovements in making printing surfaces, and 

I mechanics therefor Nov., 1899 

llmprovements in printing, ami mechanisms 

therefor Nov., 1899 

llmprovements in Grippers 'Jan., 1900 

Improved method ot separating Metallic fromj 

rocky constituents of Ores, and apparatus 

for that purpose ... ... ... ...iMar., 

Improvements in apparatus employed in "Wire-| 

less Telegraphy May, 

'Time and Friction Fusee to be used in counec- 

tion with explosive bomb harpoons ..Oct., 

llmprovements in Cigar Machines Dec, 

Improvements in Pieceivers for Electrical oscilla 

tions 



Dec. 
.llmprovements in apparatus tor Wireless Telcg'hy Dec. 



1900 

1900 

1900 
1900 

1900 
1900 



224 



Letters Patent. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Boots and Shoes. 



Letters Patent — (Continued). 




John Darling 

H. F. Kiliiatriik-Picanl 

Mii'harl I. Pniiin 



Francis EUersliauseu 
Avi'h'J W, MacousL'hie, 
Eugene R. Edsou 

John S. Mort.on 
Vm\ a. Vou V/elsbach 
Do 

Lnilwiff RissnniUer 
U-i;o. Maokinson 
George Ri.smn\:ller 

J. B. de Alzugaray 
Alex. G. Stratheri! 

Eugene R. Edson 
Eiigoiie R. Edson 
Henry Carniiohael 
Henry Carmichael 
John H. Lubber 
Wni. J. Knox- 
James DouU 

F. R Stiker 
William Moir 
D. Drummond 
Eiiiil Kundsen 

G. Mantoni 
F. P. Stiker 
Tiios. H Churchill 
Wm. J. Knox 



'Improvements in Windows for Railway Carriages 
Improvement in treatment of Complex Sulphide 

Ores 

Improvements in the art of reducing attenuation 

of Electrical waves, and apparatus therefor , 
Improvements in complex and refractorj' Ores ... 
Improvements in Tins for preserved foods 
ImprovementB in obtaining Gelatine and Oil from 

Fish, &c., 

Imj)rovements in Pumps ... 

Inijn'ovements in supports for Osmium Filiments 

Improvements in Electrical accumulation and 

primary cells 
Process tor bleaching Whale and Seal Oil 
Apparatus lor saving or economizing of fuel 
Process for extraction of oil, &c., from refuse of 

meat, &c. 
Process for extraction of gold and silver from ores 
Manufacture of weldless chains and machinery 

for such 
Manufacture of oil from fish waste, &c. 
Manufacture of oil from fish waste, (fee. 
Apparatus for roasting ores 
Method of roasting ores 

Improvements in manufacture of glass articles ... 
Method of treating copper ores 
Manufacture of Peat, &c. 
Metal Dressing Machine 
Fixing tops Seamless Cans 
Spark preventer aud fuel economiser 
Process for treating ores 
Receiver suitable for Wireless Telegraphy 
Shute for Metal Dressing Machines 

Night Cribs for Children 

Linings of Vessels 



Mar., 


1901 


Mar., 


1901 


Mar. 


1901 


May, 


1901 


June 


1901 


July, 


1901 


Aug. 


1901 


Aug. 


1901 


Aug. 


1901 


Sept. 


, 1901 


Oct., 


1901 


Dec, 


1901 


Dec, 


1901 


Dec, 


1901 


Jan., 


1902 


Jan., 


1902 


Feb., 


1902 


Feb,, 


1902 


Feb.. 


1902 


Mar., 


1902 


Mar., 


1902 


Mar., 


1902 


May, 


1902 


May, 


1902 


Mav, 


1902 


Jnlv, 


1902 


Sept. 


1902 


Oct., 


1902 


Oct., 


1902 



Note,— Section 1, Chapter 109, of the Consolidated Statutes (2nd Series), provides 
that Letters Patent can be issued by the Governor in Council for a term not exceeding 
fourteen years, with the }iroviso that they may be extended for a further term of .seven 
years. Patent.s 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 a copy of any such Letters Patent, or drawing relating to the same, 
also the Petition whereon the said Letters Patent were issued, on payment of the 
usual fees charged for copies of other documents. 

Note.— Letters Pateut issued withiu the last fourteen years only, on above list. 



Incorporated Bodies. — Sailor's Hot)u. 



^25 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Lines and Twines. 

INCORPORATED BODIES. 
(Under the Act respecting- Companies, 62 and 6^ Vic, cap. 10.) 



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Name of Company, &c. j 




Name op Compaky, &c. 


1899 


Terra Nova Engine and Boiler Works, 


1900 


St. John's Nail Manufacturing Go. , 




Limited. 




Limited. 


1900 


Archibald Boot and Shoe Manufactu- 


a 


St. John's Shipwright Benefit 




ring Company, Limited, 




Society. 




Bowring Brothers, Limited. 


ti 


St John's Skating Rink Company, 




Cabot Steam Whaling Co., Limited. 




Limited. 




City Club Building Co., Limited. 1 


a 


St John's Steam Cooperage Co., 




Deer Lake Steamship Co., Limited. 




Limited. 




Glenwood Lumber Co., Linnted. 


a 


Victoria Cricket and Athletic Asso- 




Ma.sonie Hall Joint Stock Co., Ltd. 




ciation, Linnted. 




Newfoundland Boot and Shoe Manu- 


a 


British-American Paper, Pidp and 




facturing Co., Limited. 




Lumber Co., Linnted. 




Newfoundland Brewery Co., Ltil. 


it 


Highland Lumber Co., Limited. 




Newfoundland British Society. 


1901 


Colonial Cordage Co., Limited. 




Newfoundland Coastal Steamship 


(I 


Grand River Pnlp and Lund^er Co., 




Co., Limited. 




Linnted. 




Newfoundland Consolidated Foun- 


a 


Shoal Bay Mine Development Co., 




dry Co. Limited. 




Limited. 




Newfoundland Copper Concentrating 


a 


St. George's Lumber Co., Limited. 




Co., Limited. 


it 


Erik Steamship Co,, Limited. 




Newfouudland Furniture and Mould- 




Lindberg Brewing Co. , Limited. 




ing Co., Limited. 


a 


New Parrsboro' Lumber Co., Ltd. 




Newfoundland Live Stock and Gene- 


1902 


Avalon Steam Cooperage Co., Ltd. 




ral Insurance Co., Limited. 


a 


Horwood Lumber Co., Ltd. 




Newfoundland Oil Co., Limited. 


c: 


Newfoundland Petroleum Co.. Ltd. 




Newfoundland Sealing Co., Limited. 


a 


Dildo Saw Mill Co., Ltd. 




Newfouudland Steam Screw Tug Co., 


a 


The Printers' Co., Ltd. 




Limited. 


It 


Capo Broyle Whaling and Trailing 


.i 


Newfouudland Steam Whaling Co., 




Co., Limited. 




Limited. 


a 


Cumberland Lumber Co., Ltd. 




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Newtoundland Tobacco Works, Ltd. 


a 


Bennett Brewing Co., Ltd. 






New Walrus Steamship Co., Ltd. 


u 


Standard Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 




( 


Nutre Dame Mining Co , Linuted. 


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News Publishing Co., Ltd. 






Reguln.<; Steamship Co.. Linuted. 


<£ 


Western Copper Co., Ltd. 




£ 


.Reid .Railway Lands Co., Limited. 


li 


Barachoi.x Mining Co., Ltd. 




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Reid Steamship Co., Limited. 


" 


Placentia Lead and Silver Mining 




" 


Royal Stores, Limited. 


1 


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1 a 


New Panther S. S. Co , Ltd. 






Limited. 


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The Grand Lake S. S. Co., Ltd. 



FISHERMEN AND SAILOR'S HOME-Duckworth Street. 

(Opened to the Public, December 6th, 1886). 

Board of Directors : 

Preside7it—B.ou. E. R. Bowring. 
Vice-Presidents — Hon. J. J. Rogerson and R. G. Reid. 

Committee— Ron. G. T. Rendell, Hon. John B. Ayre, Hon. A. W. Harvey, 
W. Job, John Steer, Sir Robert Thorburn. 

Secretary and Treasurer ; Manager 



226 



Neiospapers — Game Close Time. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Orders by Mail carefully executed. 



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 funde- 
mental rules of the Home is that it shall be conducted on non-sectarian and tempe- 
rance principles. 



NEWSPAPERS PRINTED IN THE COLONY. 



Paper. 

Royal Gazette 

Daily News 

Weekly News 

Evening Herald 

Evening Telegram 

Free press. 

Harbor Grace Standard. . 
Orange News Letter 

Trade Review 

Tioillingaie Su>i 

The People 

The Vindicator 

Western Star 



Editor. 
.T. ,W. Withers 
H, Y. Mott ... 
H. Y. Mott ... 
P. T. McGrath 
A, A. Parsons 
J. A. Robinson 
W. A. Oke ... 



M. A. Devine 
George Roberts ., 

H. W. Thompson 
W. S. March 



When Pcblished. 
.. Tuesday afternoon. 
.. Daily (Sundays excepted), 
,. Weekly— Saturday). 
,.. Daily (Sundays ex>'epted). 
.. Daily (Sundays excepted). 
.. Weekly — Wednesday. 
,. Wednesday & Saturday morning. 
.. Fortnightly. 
.. Fortnightly — Monday. 
.. Saturday. 
.. Monthly. 
.. Weekly (Brigusj. 
.. Bi- Weekly — Tuesday and Friday 
(Bay of Island.s). 



CLOSE TIME FOR FISH AND GAME. 

For Willow Grouse (Partridge) and other Grouse, or for eggs of the same, Jan'y 
12th to Sept. loth in any year. (Sale permitted Sept, 15th to January 12th.) 

For Curlew, Plover, Snipe, or other wild or migratory birds (excejitiug Wild 
Geese), or the eggs of the same, 12th January to 20th August. 

For Caribou, 1st February to 31st July, both day.s inclu.sive, and from 1st Octo- 
ber to 31st October, both days inclusive, in any year. Killing prohibited at all times 
for area e.rtending from Goose Brook to Grand Lake, at a distance of 5 miles ou ea.'h 
side of the railway. 

For Moose or Elk, to 1st day of Janu.iry, 1912. 

For Otters, 1st April to 1st October, in ui y year. 

For Beavers, until 1st October, 1903. 

For Foxes, 15th March to 15th October, in any year. 

For Rabbits and Hares, 1st March to 15th September. 

For Herring— Seining— from 15th March to 25th April next following. E.ccept 
as regards vessels prosecuting the Bank Fishery, which are allowed to take eight 
barrels for each dory carried per voyage for bait. Inbarring prohibited between 25th 
April and 1st October next following— unless for packing immedi.itely in barrels for 
food purpose-s. 



Newfoundland Governors. 



227 



AYRB & SONS, St. John's— Guarantee satisfaction to pupchaseps. 

For Salmon and Trout; in any lake, river or stream, 15tli of September to 15th 
January next following. 

Lobsters— Cape Race West— 21st July to 30tli April, in following year. 
'' Cape Race North--2nd August to 9th May, in following year. 

Note- License to kill Caribou.— $100 for three stags. License for Guides (non- 
domiciled), $50 ; (domiciledj, free. A license is issued to any officer of any British 
war ship stationed on Fishery Protection Service, free of charge. 



NEWFOUNDLAND GOVERNORS. 



1S16, Aduural Pickuiore. 
1818, " Sir C. Hamilton. 
1825, Captain Sir T. Cochrane. 
1834, " Prescott. 
1841, Major-General Sir J. Harvey. 
1847, Lieut. -Colonel Sir J. Le Marchant. 
1852, Ker Baillie Hamilton. 
1855, C. H. Darling. 

1857, Sir Alexander Bannerman, Knight. 
1864, Anthony Musgrave. 
1869, Colonel Sir S. J. Hill, K.C.M.G. 
1876, Sir J. H. Glover, G. CM. G. 
1881, Sir F. B. T. Carter, K.C.M.G., Ad- 
ministrator. 

1881, Sir H. F. B. Maxse, K.C M.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. 
1898, Lieut. -Colonel Sir Henry McCallum, 

K. C. M. G. 
1901, Sir J. I, Little, Kt., Administrator. 
1901, Sir Cavendish Boyle, K.C.M.G. 

Note. — The Administrators nnhj who have actdl when there was no Governor 
are included in above list, 



1729, 


Captain Osborne. 


1737, 


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Vanburgh. 


1740, 


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Lord Graham. 


1741, 


11 


Hon. J. Byng. 


1744, 


11 


Sir C. Hardy. 


1749, 


11 


Lord Rodney. 


1750, 


(( 


Drake, 


1753, 


11 


Bonfoy, 


1755, 


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Dorril. 


1757, 


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Edwards. 


1760, 


Captain 


Webb. 


1761, 


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Graves. 


1764, 


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Palliser. 


1769, 


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Hon. J. Byron. 


1772, 


Commoc 


lore Shuldham. 


1775 


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Duff. 


1776, 


Admiral Montague. 


1779, 


i' 


Edwards. 


1782, 


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Campbell. 


1786, 


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Elliott. 


1789, 


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Milbanke. 


1792, 


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King. 


1794, 


a 


Sir J. Wallace. 


1797, 


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Waldegrave. 


1800, 


It 


Pole. 


1802, 


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Gambler. 


1804, 


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Sir E. Gower. 


1807, 


ti 


Holloway. 


1810, 


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Sir J. Duckwortli, 


1813, 


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Sir J. Keats. 



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



RAILROAD MILEAGE IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE, 



Countries. 


Mileage 
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Countries. 

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Mileage 
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United Kingdom 


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India 


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[Jamaica 


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Canada 


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Mauritius 


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Australia 


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Newfoundland 


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New Zealand 


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Hong Kong 


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Cape of Good Hope 


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Trinidad 


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Natal, with Zululand 


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Barbados 


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Rhodesia and East Africa . 


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British Guiana 


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Transvaal 


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Malta 


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Orange River State 


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Jersey 


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RAILROAD MILEAGE IN SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL 
FOREIGN COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD. 



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Mileage 
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Countries. 


Mileage 
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Austria-Hungary 


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Russia (Europe and Asia).. 


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Argentine Republic 


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Spain 


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Belgium ... 


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Sweden and Norway 


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Turkey 


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France and Algiers 


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Switzerland 


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Germany 


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United States 


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Italy 


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Chili 


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Japan 


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Roumania 


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Mexico 


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Egypt 


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SYNOPSIS OF LEGISLATION, 1902. 

Cap. 1. — An Act to continue for a further period " The Newfoundland 
French Treaties' Act." — This Act continues the modus vivendi under -which 
English and French prosecute the Lobster fishery on the Treaty shore till 
,31st December, 1902. 

Cap. 2. — A71 Act to amend Chapter 109 of the Consolidated Statutes 
(Second Series), entitled " Of Patents." — Under this Act, the certificate of 
a Notary Public to affirmations made before a British Ambassador or 
Consul, is dispensed with. 

Cap. 3. — An Act respecting the Registration of Deeds. — Lender this Act 
deeds, conveyances, &c., not proved in Newfoundland may be proved in 
Great Britain or Ireland or in the Channel Islands before a Commis- 
sioner of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland, before a Judge of a Court 



236 Synopsis of Legislation, 1902. 

AYRE 6e sons, St. John's— Only place to buy the wronderful 

of Record, a Mayor or Notary Public iinder seal ; in foreign countries 
before like officials or British Consuls or Vice-Consuls. When subscribing 
witnesses are incapable from any cause of proving a deed testimony shall 
be taken as to the handwriting and the deed registered. 

Cap. 4. — An Act to amend the Laiv relating to the Punishment and Re- 
mioval of Criminal Offenders. — This Act repeals Chapter 66 of the Conso- 
lidated Statutes, entitled " Of the Removal of Criminal Offenders from the 
Colony,'' and sections 12 to 39, Chapter 67, entitled " Of Whipi^ing and 
Hard Labor." 

Cap. 5. — An Act to amend the Law 'respecting Warehouse Receipts and 
other Securities in possession of Banks. — This Act applies to all Banks now 
or hereafter doing business in this Colony. It authorises them to acquire 
and hold warehouse receipts as collateral security for the payment of any 
debt incurred in its favor or as security for an}" liability incurred bj' it 
for any person, and from the time of acquisition by the Bank the right 
and title to such goods shall vest in the Bank. The Act further defines 
the nature uf securities, such as manufactured goods, agricultural products, 
products of the mine, standing timber, and sets out the form of security. 
It also permits removal of goods secured upon substitution of others sub- 
stantially the same. Bank has power in event of non-payment at matu- 
rity ot debt to sell goods by public auction. Right of sealers and fisher- 
men under Consolidated Statutes cannot be adversely affected. Ware- 
house receipts need not be registered as deeds. 

Cap. 6. — An Act for the Manngement of the Toion of St. John's and its 
Municipal Affairs. — This is a long Act of 159 sections which provides for 
the government of St. John's by a body consisting of a Mayor and six 
Councillors, to be called the St. John's Municipal Council. It provides 
that the Council sliall hold office lor four years and that the election shall 
be by tlie whole of the voters (not by wards) each person paying taxes to 
be a voter. It deals with the boundaries of the town, powers' and respon- 
sibilities of Council, vacation of seats, taxation, and all other matters ap- 
pertaining to the government of the city. 

Cap. 7. — An Act to amend 56 Victoria, Cap. 2, entitled " An Act to In- 
corporate the Placentia Water Co." — This Act authorizes the Placentia 
Water Company to increase their capital stock by $2,000. 

Cap. 8. — An Act to Incorporate the United Towns' Electrical Company, 
and for other purposes. — This Act incorporates a Company for the purpose 
of lighting the towns of Harbor Grace, Carbonear, and Heart's Content by 
electricity, of heating buildings in said towns and of building and opera- 
ting a system of tram cars to and from the said towns, and for tliis pur- 
pose gives the Company the right to use the waters of Blue Hill Pond, 
Rocky Pond, Gillett's Pond, Park's Pond and Little and Big Island Ponds, 
lying to the north and west of Carbonear and the rivers or streams flow- 
ing into or out of the said ponds, and an exclusive franchise for fiftv years. 
The capital of the Company is fixed at §20,000 and usual powers are "given 
for issuing bonds, &c. 

Cap. Q.—An Act Incorporating the Board of Trustees of " The Centunj 
Church and Manse Building F%md " for the Presbyterian Church in Canada, 



Synopsis of Legislation, 1902. 237 



Aeolian, which places the best Music within peach of all. 

Eastern Section. — This is a private Act the scope of which is sufficientlj'- 
defined by the title. 

Cap. 10. — An Act to amend Chapter 29 of the Cmisolidated Statutes 
(Second Series), entitled of the Insurance of Bank Fishermen." — By this Act 
the investment of monies collected under the Act shall be under the name 
of " The Customs' Trust Fund," instead of " The Bank Fishermen's Insu- 
rance Fund." 

Cap. 11. — An Act to regulate the Whaling hidtistry.— By the -provisions 
of this Act no person can engage in the whale fishery on the coasts of this 
Colony nor in any manufacture of the products of the fishery without first 
obtaining a license, for which he shall give notice of application lor two 
months in the Royal Gazette. Licenses shall be for not exceeding 10 years 
and the site of tlie factory, which shall not be within fifty miles of another 
similar factory, shall be approved by the Governor in Council before issue 
of licenses. Tlie holder of a license cannot employ more than one whaling 
steamer and must erect a factory within one year or forfeit license. An 
annual fee of $1,500 shall be paid by licensee and license is subject to for- 
feiture for breach of provisions. Whales must be traced and found, and 
the method of killing must include a harpoon with whaling line attached. 
Further, they must not be killed within one nautical mile from boat fish- 
ing at anchor or within half a mile of boat fishing not at anchor. The 
owner of whaling steamers is liable for all damage by collision with fish- 
ing boats, and shall give notice at nearest port, under penalty of fifty dol- 
lars, of any finding or fouling of fishing gear. Employment of foreign 
workmen is prohibited. 

Cap. 12. — An Act to amend Chapter 118 of the Consolidated Statutes 
.(Second Series), entitled " Of Neiufoundland Lloyds' Classification, and the 
.encouragement and im^provement of Shipbuilding." — Under this Act vessels 
claiming bounty of 20 to 30 tons must have planking not less than two 
inches, ceiling two inches and decking two and three-eights inches ; ves- 
sels Irom 40 to 60 tons, planking two and a half inches, ceiling two and a 
quarter inches, decking two and three-quarter inches ; vessels 60 to 90 
tons planking two and a-half inches, ceiling two and a quarter inches, 
decking three inches ; and in all vessels built for classification the inside 
bilge planks shall be one inch thicker than the planks above the bilges. 

Cap. 13. — An Act respecting Duties on Foreign-built Vessels. — Under 
this Act a duty of five per cent, is to be levied on all foreign ships, not 
employed in the trade of this Colony, for which application for registry 
shall be made. 

Cap. 14. — An Act respecting the Control and Management of the Harbor 
of Grand Bank. — A board of five members is to be appointed under this 
Act, and their duties defined. The Act also levies a tax of five cents per 
ton on vessels owned in Grand Bank over 40 tons, and f2 each on smaller 
vessels, to be paid to the Board once a yaar. 

Cap. 15. — An Act respecting the Disposal of Bog Lands. — By this Act 
Governor in Council may lea-e bog lands (not exceeding 500 acres.) Per- 
sons applying for lease must give notice in Royal Gazette and another 
paper, and every application must be accompanied by a survey and report 
on the land applied for. 



238 Synopsis of Legislation, 1902. 

AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Best place Ito buy Pianos & Opg-ans, 

Cap. 16. — An Act fm- the Preservation of Deer. — This Act forbids the- 
killing of moose or elk before 1st January, 1912, under a penalty of $200. 
Caribou may not be killed or hunted from 1st Feb. to 31st July, or from 
1st Oct. to 31st Oct. in each year, and no one without license can kill 
more than two stag and one doe in any year. No non-resident of the 
Oolony shall hunt or kill caribou in any year without a license, which 
may be obtained from a Magistrate, or the Department of Marine and Fish- 
eries on payment of a fee of $100, and which will entitle the licensee to 
kill by gun loaded with bullet or ball in all not more than three stag cari- 
bou. This license must be returned at the end of the season with a state- 
ment thereon of the exact number of deer killed and an affirmation by 
the holder that he has complied with the provisions of the Act in every 
respect. Officers of H. M. ships on this Station may obtain license without 
fee. All guides mast be licensed, the fee for one non-resident being $50. 
No fee is charged to resident guides but every person licensed must take 
oath that he will not violate any part of this" Act. Holders of licenses to 
hunt may export any portions of deer killed, on oath as to particulais and 
payment of fee of fifty cents, but export of antlers or skins or carcase other- 
wise than provided in this Act is forbidden, the article being liable to con- 
fiscation. Any resident of the Colony may export on affidavit as to parti- 
culars. No person is allowed to hunt with dogs or with any contrivance 
other than firearms loaded with bullet or ball, or while deer are swimming 
or crossing ponds or watercourses. False affirmations under this Act shall 
be deemed wilful and corrupt perjury and any person convicted shall be 
incapable of receiving another license. Magistrates may issue search war- 
rants under the Act, and dispose of deer meat found or confiscated to the 
poor. All violations of the Act are subject to fine of $200 or imprison- 
ment for six months. 

Cap. 17. — An Act respecting the Preservation of Game. — Under this Act 
the taking or killing of curlew, plover, snipe or 'other wild or mis^ratory 
bird (except wild geese) and the eggs thereof, is prohibited in the Colony 
between 12th January and 20th August in each vear ; penal ui not exceed- 
ing flOO. . r . 

Cap. \8.—An Act to amend " The Education Act, 1895."— Bv this Act 
$25,297.87 is appropriated as a supplemental grant, to be distributed as 
bonus to teachers, |;32 to each teacher with third grade ; #55 to each male 
teacher and $50 to each female teacher with second grade ; $75 to each male 
and $65 to each female teacher with first grade ; and to teachers with 
certificates granted after first April, 1902, (third grade), who have 
taught less than five years, $25 ; from five to ten years, $35 ; over 10 years, 
$45 ; second grade, males who have taught less than five years, $50 ; from' 
five to ten years, $60 ; over ten years, $70 ; females who 'have taught less 
than five years, $40 ; from five to ten years, $50 ; over ten years, $55. 
First grade, males who have taught I ^s than five years, $75 ; from five to 
ten years, $80 ; over ten years, $85. Females under five year's, $80 ; from 
five to ten years, $65 ; over ten years, #70. To teachers holding A.' A. of 
the C. H. E., males $100, females $80. A further sum of f 10,000 is gran- 
ted to be distributed denominationally according to population, and §'3000' 
for Industrial education. The Act makes further provision i'n reference 
to Salvation Army Boards, inspection and boundaries of districts. 



Synopsis of Legislation, 1902. 239 

AYRB & SONS, St. John's -Agents for Ronisch Pianos. 

Cap. 19. — An Act respecting the Sale of Tobacco to Juveniles. — This Act 
declares tluit persons selling or procuring tobacco or opium for any person 
under fifteen years of age, and any person under fifteen years of age hav- 
ing tobacco in his possession, shall be liable to a penalty, and in the former 
cases, imprisonment. 

Cap. 20. — An Act respecting Public Libraries. — The Governor in Coun- 
cil may appoint under this Act in any town or settlement a Public Library 
Board with power to acquire lands and to receive bequests, to invest money, 
and to have all necessary powers for control of Public Libraries. 

Cap. 21. — An Act to provide for the fulfilment of the terms of a Conven- 
tion between the United Kingdom and the United States of America, relative 
to the disposal of Heal and Personal Property. — Notice of the death of United 
States citizen leaving no heirs or executors in Colony shall be given by 
Colonial Secretary to U. S. Consul, who shall have the right to appear on 
behalf of absent representatives of deceased. 

Cap. 22, — A71 Act to amend the Law relating to the Liability of Employ- 
ers for Injuries to Workmen in their Service — This Act provides that no 
contract or agreement made by workman shall be a bar to his claim under 
cap. 87 of the Consolidated Statutes, entitled " Of the Liability of Employ- 
ers for Injuries to Workmen in their Service." It also provides for lia- 
bility for acts of sub-contractors and makes further provision respecting 
proceedings and notice of accident, &c. 

Cap. 23.—^?!, Act to amend " The Post Office Act, icSVOi."— This Act 
provides for the appointment of a Board to whom application for alter- 
ations shall be made. 

Cap. 24. — An Act respecting certain Retiring Allowances. — This Act 
grants retiring allowances to Peter Martin and Robert Oakley, Light keep- 
ers, of .^240 each per annum. 

Cap. 25.— An Act to amend " The Customs' Act, i595."— This Act re- 
fers to the reporting of vessels entering and clearing. 

Cap. 26. — An Act to amend the Revenue Act, 1901. — This Act reduces 
the duty on rough undressed leather when imported for further dressing, 
to 3 cents per lb. 

Cap. 27. — An Act to provide for the reduction of Duties on certain Por- 
tuguese Products. — Under this Act when Portugal reduces rate of duty on 
Newfoundland fish to that charged Norwegian fish, the rate of duty on 
port wine may be reduced from $1.80 to 90 cents per gallon. 

Cap. 28. — An Act to authonze the Raising of a Sum of Money by LoaUy 
for the Public Service of the Colony. — This Act autliorizes the raising by 
"loan of $125,000 for completion of Court-house, St. John's, new Court- 
house, Bay Robert?, Light-houses Ramea ; South Head, Long Island; 
Powell's Head, Bonavista ; Grey Island, Placentia, and for telegraph con- 
struction. 

Cap. 29. — Public Service Act. — This is the usual appropriation Act 
for the Civil Service and Public Works of the Colony. 



'240 



Table of Distances — Western Route. 



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Table of Distances — Northern Route. 



241 



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242 



Table of Distances — Labrador. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— District Manag-eps for" 



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Table of Distances — St. John's to Bay-de- Verde. 24:3 

the " New York Life Insurance Company." 



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-244 



Tahlc of Distances. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Agents fop Estey Opgans. 



ST. JOHN'S TO 

67i Carbonear. 

82^1 15 New Perlican. 



Table of Distances. 

CARBONEAR TO 



115ii 



48 



1331 68 
143i| 78 



33 Trinity, by water. 



51 
61 



18 Cataliiia. 

28 I 10 Bouavista. 



12 Heart's Content. 



15 

24 
40 
46 



3 New Perlican. 



12 
28 
34 



9 Hant's Harbor. 



25 
31 



16 Old Perlican. 

22 I 6 Grate's Cove. 



.ST. JOHN'S TO 
7 Torbay. 



10 
18 
21 



3 Flatrock. 



11 

14 



8 Pouch Cove. [St. Francis. 
11 I 3 Biscayan Govq, Cape 



ST. 


JOHN'S TO 


9i 
11 
14 

17 
20 


Por 

U 

lOi 


tug 
Bea 

3 

6 

9 


il Cove. 

chy Cove. 

Broad Cove. 
3 Horse Cove 
6 1 3 Topsail. 



ST. JOHN'S TO 



19 


Bay Bulls. 
















21| 


2| Witless Bay. 


23f 


4f 


2 Mobile. 


26f 




5 3 Toad's Cove. 


30J 


lU 


84 


64 


34 La Manche. 


38 


19 


16i 


IH 


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7| Cape Broyle. 


42 


23 


20i 


m 


15i 


Ill 


4 Caplin Bay. 


44A 


25i 


22$ 


20f 


171- 


14J 


64 


24 Ferryland. 


48 


29 


26i 


24i 


2U 


171 


10 


6 


34 Aqua 


51 


32 


29^ 


27i 


24i 


20f 


13 


9 


6^ 


3 ] 


54^ 


35i 


32i 


304 


274 


24 


161 


12i 


9f 


6.1 


81i 


62i 


59i 


57i 


54* 


51 


43i 


39J 


36| 


33J 



Fermeuse. 

2)\ Renews, [ing cou'try 
30J I 27 Trej)assey, cross- 



ST. JOHN'S TO 



54i 
55S 
59| 
611 
67S 
81§ 
84S 
881 



Renews Bridge. 

14 Quintou's House. 



54 

7 

134 
274 
304 
34i 



54 
12 
26 
29 
33 



22 
25 
29 



(By Shore Road.) 



Broad Cove. 

14 Maliany's House. 
64 Chance Cove. 

14 Portugal Cove. 



204 
234 

274 



17 
21 



Biscay. 
I 4 Tropassey Road. 



Ocean Distances. — Tiyne Tahle. 



245 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Hats and Caps. 



Approximate Ocean Distances from Cape Spear 




To Boston 


.. 885 


miles. 


To Demerara ... 


2,450 miles. 


" Beriuiida ... 


. 1,070 


u 


" Glasgow 


1,844 " 


" Barbadoes ... 


. 2,098 


u 


" Gibraltar 


2,124 " 


" Bahia 


. 3,711 


(£ 


" Halifax 


488 " 


« Bristol 


. 1,960 


U 


" Lisbon 


1,973 " 


" Bordeaux ... 


. 2,173 


" 


" Liverpool 


1,921 » 


" Cape Clear 


. 1,691 


" 


" London 


2,060 " 


" Cadiz 


. 2,161 


U 


" 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 

Ediuburgli 

Genoa 

Gibraltar 

Greenwicli 

Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Hamburg 

Lisbon 

Montreal 

Madrid 

Malta 

New Orleans 

New York 

Najjles 

Portland, Me. 

PMladelpbia 

Quebec 

Rome 

St. John's, Newfoundland 

St. John, N. B. 

San Francisco 

St. Jago de Cuba ... 

Toronto 

Washington 



h. ni. 


... 3 51 Fast. 


... 8 23 " 


... 27 Slow. 


... 1 35 " 


... 1 13 " 


... 42 " 


...3 9 Fast. 


... 3 6" 


... 3 18 " 


... 4 7" 


... 3 10 " 


... 3 31 " 


... 43 Slow. 


... 4 11 Fa.st. 


... 2 54 " 


... 1 23 Slovr. 


... 3 17 Fast. 


... 2 33 " 


...2 29 Slow. 


... 1 24 " 


... 4 28 Fast. 


... 1 10 Slow. 


... 1 30 " 


... 1 13 " 


... 4 21 Fast. 


... 00 at 12, noon 


... u 47 Slow. 


... 4 39 " 


... 1 32 " 


... 1 47 " 


... 1 37 " 



246 



Latitudes and Longitudes, Nev^foundland. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Boots and Shoes. 



Latitudes and Longitudes of the principal Harbors, Headlands, &c., on 
the Coast of Newfoundland. 



Places. 



Lat. N. 


Long. W. 


o / 


i\ 


o / i\ 


51 38 





55 53 40 


51 38 


50 


55 25 


49 59 


20 


55 21 


49 39 


30 


54 46 10 


49 35 


40 


53 45 


49 45 


30 


53 10 40 


49 36 


50 


54 12 


49 15 


20 


53 25 10 


49 4 


20 


53 33 40 


48 42 





53 5 10 


48 30 


15 


53 2 40 


48 22 


4 


53 21 33 


47 52 


35 


53 22 14 


48 4 47 


53 6 


48 8 


51 


52 47 50 


47 44 


24 


53 9 22 


47 42 


45 


53 8 11 


47 36 


40 


53 10 15 


47 32 


54 


53 10 35 


47 48 


30 


52 48 


47 33 


54 


52 40 18 


47 31 


11 


52 36 59 


47 


58 


52 51 6 


46 39 


24 


53 4 20 


46 26 


20 


50 52 30 


46 37 


4 


53 31 45 


46 49 


30 


54 11 34 


47 15 





54 


47 


26 


55 8 43 


46 46 


3 


56 9 7 


47 6 





56 21 


47 15 


32 


55 51 50 


47 36 


30 


57 36 10 


47 33 


66 


59 7 33 


47 37 





59 18 


47 52 


38 


59 23 47 


48 33 


50 


59 13 10 


49 2 


45 


58 20 45 


49 55 


20 


57 50 


50 41 


32 


57 24 48 


50 48 


25 


57 13 10 


51 24 


10 


56 33 45 



Cape Noiman Light 

Cape Bavikl 

Cape St. John, Gull Island 

Toulinguet Island, W. Island East Side 

Offer Wadham Light 

Funk Island 

Fogo Island, Seldoni-Come-By Hai'hor 

Cape Freels, Gull Island 

Green spond Island 

Cape Bonavista Liglit 

Catalina Harbor, Green Island Light 

Trinity Harbor, Church 

Heart's Content, Church 

Old Perlican, Church 

Baccalieu Island, Northern Point Light 

Carbonear Island Light 

Harbor Grace Island Light 

Bay Koberts, Green Point ... 

Brigus, North Head 

■Cape St. Francis 

St. John's Harbor, Fort Amherst Light 

Cape Spear Light 

Ferryland Head 

Cape Race Light 

Virgin Pocks (on Grand Bank) 

Cape Pine 

€ape St. Mary's Light 

Placentia Harbor Entrance 

Burin, Dodding Head Light 

St. Pierre Island, Galantry Head Light 

Miquelon Poad, Anchorage... 

Fortune Bay, Burnt Island Light 

Burgeo Islands, Large Island, S. E. End 

Port-au-Basque, Channel Church 

-Cape Pay Light ... 

Codroy Roads, Beach Point 

Cape St. George, Red Island, near ... 

Bay of Islands, Lark Harbor, Low Point 

Cow Head, N. W. Point ... 

Point Rich Light .. . 

St. John's Harbor, North Point of Sesostris Bay 

-Green Island 



High and Low Water. 



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High and Low Water. 



Place. 



St Pierre 
Miquelon Road 
'Great St. Lawrence Harbor 
Burin Harbor 
Little Placentia 
St. Maiy's Harbor 
Placentia 
Trepassey Harbor 
Cape Race 
Spaniard's Bay 
Harbor Grace 
•Carbonear 
Hearts Content 
Trinity Harbor 
Catalina Harbor ... 
Bonavista 
King's Cove 
Funk Island 
Gander Bay 

Fogo Island, Fogo Harbor ... 
Seldom-Come-By ... 
Change Island 
Fleur-de-Lys Harbor 
Croc Harbor 
St. Anthony Harbor 
Brehat Harbor 
St. Lunaire Bay ... 
Griguet Harbor ... 
Kirpon Harbor [North Coast] 
Sacred Bay [North Coast] ... 
St. John Harbor ... 
St. Barbe Harbor ... 
Old Ferrole Harbor and Brig Bay 
■Cow Head Harbor 
St. George Harbor, West Coast 
Lark Harbor, West Coast ... 
■Codroy Island 
Port-au-Basqne ... 
La Poile Bay 
Burgeo Islands 

La Hune Bay [Deadnian's Cove] 
Rencontre Bay (The Cove) 



High Water, 

Full 
and Change. 



h. m. 

8 33 

8 33 

8 30 

8 45 

7 58 



7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



40 



8 30 

7 




45 
25 
20 
33 
10 


25 
15 

0? 
55 
20 
13 
20 
15 



6 30 



10 



6 1 
10'^ 

5 
23 



10 40 

10 

9 46 

10 41 

10 3 

10 37 

9 15 

8 55 

9 
8 32 
8 40 
8 55 



Rise. 



Springs. | Neaps. 



Feet. 

6* 
3i 

1" 
6* 
7"' 

n 

7" 
6i 

6; 

4| 

4i 

4i 

4 

31 

6 

3j 
2-3 ? 
4 
4* 
4i 
4* 
2-4 ? 
41 
5 
2-3 ? 
5 
5 
5 
2i 
7i 
4 
5 ? 

8i 
6i 
5l 
6" 
51 
6 

6i 
6i 
6l 



Feet. 



4 
4 

4i 

5 

5 

5 

5 

3 

3 

3 

2i 

2 

4 
2i 

3 
3 
3 
3 



2f 



2^ 
2| 
If 



54 



6i 

4i 



4 
31 

4 
4 



4i 



248 



Night Signals — Steamship TAnes. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Orders by Mail carefully executed. 



DISTINGUISHING NIGHT SIGNALS OF STEAMSHIP LINES; 
AND FUNNEL MARKS. 



Lines. 



NioHT Signals. 



iCoLOB OF Funnels. 



Allan I^ine. Liverpool, Glasgow, T/iree 7ih(e lights, displayed in the Red with Black top 
Saint John's, N.F., Halifax, N.S.,i form of a triangle. and White band. 

Montreal and Baltimore, U.S.A. j 

Ked Cross Line. NeAvcastle, Eng.,jrico lleM-IVliite. Coston lights, sim-j White with Red cross 



New Yorlc, Halifax, N.S., and Saint 
John's, N.F. 

Black Diamond Line. Montreal, 
St. John's, N.F., and Halifax, N.S. 

Liverpool and Great Western 
S.S. Co. (Limited). Liverpool and 
New Yorl<. 

Canard Line. Liverpool, Havre, 
Glasgow, Londonderry, Mediterran- 
ean, Halifax, New York and Saint 
Thomas rio, IJermuda. 

State Line S. S. Coy. New Y'ork, 
Glasgow, Belfast and Liverpool. 

Nortli tierman Lloyd. Bremen 
and New Y'orli. 

CardifJf 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 Y'ork. 

General Transatlantic Compy 

Havre and New York, Havre and 
West Indies via Bordeaux, Saint 
Nazaire to Colon and Vera Cruz, 
Marseilles to Colon. 
Inman S. S. Co. (Limited). Liver- 
pool and New York. 

Oceanic Steam Navigation Co 

(White Star Line). Liverpool and 

New Y'ork. 

The Canadian Sliip|ping Comp'y 

(Limited), (Beaver Line). Portland, 
Montreal and Liverpool. 

Wliite Cro-ss Line. Antwerp and 

New York. 
Monarcli Line. London & N. York. 
Netlierland - Amei-ican Steam 

Navigation Co. New York and 

Rotterdam. 
Holme Line. Plymouth' (England) 

ami New Y'ork. 
U. S. and Brazil S. S. Co. New 

Y'ork and Brazilian Ports, via New- 
port News and Saint Thomas. 
TJ. S. Life Saving Service Patrol 

or Danger Signal. 
^Wilson Line. Hull, North Sea and 

Baltic Ports. Hull, Southampton 

and New Y'ork. 
International Navigation Co'y 

(Red Star Line). Antwerp, New 

York and Pliiladelphia. 
Dominion S. S. Co'y. Portland, 

Montreal and Liverpool. 



ultaueously, one forward, onej Blue band top and 
aft. 1 bottom. 

Black ; Red band ivitli 
Black diamond. 
Blue light forward and aft and on ! 
bridge, simultaneously. 



Blue light and two Roman candles, 
each throwing out six blue balls. 



Blue-Red Coston light 



Two Blue-Red Coston lights, one 
forward, one aft. simultaneously 
Elue-Red-Blue Coston light .... 



Bltie- Red- White Coston light .... 

Blue light forward and aft. and 
Red light on bridge, the whole 
forming a triangle. 

Blue light forward, imte light 
amidships, and Red light aft, 
displayed simultaneously. 



Blue light forward and aft, and 
Red light on bridge, simultane- 
ously 

Two Green lights simultaneously. 



Black with Red band 



Red with Black top. 



Buff with Black top 

and Red band. 
Black. 

Black with Red and 
Y'ellow bands. 



White with Black 
toiJ. 

Red with Black top. 



Black vrith White 
band. 

Cream with Black 
top. 



Three Green lights burning simul- Black with two 
taneously, viz: one at each end 'White bands, 
of the bridge and one at the 
stern of tlie vessel. 

2'it'o Green-White Coston lights, 
one forward, one aft, alternately 

Green-White-Green Coston light. .'. 

Green light forward and ai't and 
White light amidsliips, display- 
ed simultaneously. 

Green-Red-Green-Red Coston light 



Green - Red ■ 
light. 



Green - White Coston 



Red Coston light, burning over a 

minute. 
Two Red lights simultaneously, 

about sixty feet apart. 

Three Red Coston lights, one for- 
ward, one aft and one amidships, 
simultaneously. 

A Ronuin Candle sho\ving six Red 
balls at intervals of five seconds 



Black. 

Grey, Black top. 

Black with two Green 
bands and White 
band between. 

Red with Black top. 



Red with Black top. 



Black with White 
band. 

White-Red-Black. 



Night Signals — StmMskip Lines. 



24& 



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Distinguishing Night Signals.— (Continued.) 



Lines. 



Night Signals. 



Color of Funnels. 



American S. S. 

and Liverpool. 



Co. Philadelphia 



S. 



New York and Charleston S< 

Co.'i'New York and Charleston. 

Bristol City Line. Bristol (Eng- 
land and New York. 

Florio Line. Mediterranean Ports 
and New York. 

New York & Cul>a Mail S. S. Co. 
New York and Havana, New York 
and Cienfuegos, via Santiago de 
Cuba and Nassau, N. P. 

Great "Western H. S. Co. Bristol 
(England) and New York. 

Hamburg-American Mail S. S. 
Co. Hamburg and New York. 



U. S. Kevenue Marine Service. 

New York and Jamaica S. S. 
Line. 

Warren & Co. Liverpool and Bos- 
ton. 

Distress U.S. Lake and Sea Coasts. 

Metropolitan S. S. Line. New 
York and Boston. 

Liverpool, Brazil & River Plate 
Steam Nav'tion Co. Liverpool, 
Brazil, River Plate and New York. 

Anchor Line. Glasgow, Liverpool, 
'Derry, Loudon, Mediterranean, In- 
dia and New York. 

Hamburg-American 3Iail S. S. 
Co. West India and Mexico. 



Red-Green-Red-Green Coston light. 
Red-Green-lVhite-Red Coston light. 
Red-Green-Red-White Coston light. 



Red- White- Blue Coston light 



Red light, followed by Koman can- 
dle, throwing out six Red balls, 
followed by Bed light. 

Red-Green Coston light 



Merritt's Wrecking Organiza 
tion, New York. 

Red "©"Line. Venezuela and New 

York. 
U. S. Signal Service Station 

Lake and Sea Coasts. 



( 

I 

Txvo Red-White-Blue Coston lights 
at stern of vessel in succession, 
a quarter of minute interval be- 
tween each light. 

Red-White-Green Coston light . . 

Red - White - Green ■ White Coston 
light. 

Red light forward, White light 
amidships. Green light aft, sim- 
ultaneously. 

Red-White-Red Coston light 

Red-Whiie-Red-White Coston light. 

Roman Candle, throwing out one 
Red, one White and one Red ball 
in succession, 

Red and White lights, alternately 
(Lanterns). 

Two Red-Yellow-Blue Coston lights 
at stern of vessel, in succession, 
quarter minute interval between 
each light. 

Wliite-Green Coston light 



Red with White key- 
stone. Black top 
and White band. 

Black. 

Black with Blue star 
on White band. 



Black. 



Black with Red band 
near top on whicli is 
a Blue & White ball. 



Black. 

Blue and 
band. 

Black. 



Black. 



White 



U. S. Lighthouse Service 

Morgan's Line. New Y'ork, New 
Orleans and Galveston. 

Nickerson's Lines. Boston and 
Savannah, Boston, Halifax and 
p. B. Island. 

To call Pilot. Recognized by all 
U. S. Pilots. 

Thingvalla Line. Sweden, Den- 
mark, Norway and New York. 

Royal M. S. Packet Co. Liver 
pool (Eng.), New York and Jamaica. 

GG 



White-Green-Red Coston light .... 

White - Green - Red - Green Coston 

light. 

[This signal will always be shown 
from the stations in acknoivledge- 
ment of a signal of distress, and will 
be burned whenever a wreck is dis- 
covered to notify wreck that Signal 
Service Station is near, and that 
communication can be had by use 
of Coston Signals.] 
White-Green-White Coston light . . 
White-Red-Green Coston light 

White-Bed-Green-Red Coston light. 



Black; Red "D' 
White band. 



White-Red-White Coston light . . 

One White-Red, followed by one 
Red-White Coston light. 

FeHoiu Jight and Roman Candle, 
throwing out 12 White balls. 



Black. 



Yellow ; Black band 

with Blue star. 
Black. 



250 



Piihlic Debts in British Possession^. 



AYRE & SONS, St. John's— Best Goods at Lowest ppiees. 



Public Debts in British Possessions. 



Countries. 



Europe — 

* United Kingdom.... 

Gibraltar 

Malta 

Asia — 

* India 

Ceylon 

Hong Kong 

Africa — 

Manritins 

Natal 

Cape of Good Hope. 

Sierra Leone 

America — 

Canada 

t Newfoundland 

Bermuda 

British Honduras . 

British Guiana 

West Indies — 

Bahamas 

Jamaica 

Windward Islands . 

Leeward Islands .... 

Trinidad 

Australasia — 

New South Wales . 

Victoria 

Queensland 

South Australia .... 

Western Australia . 

Tasmania 



Commonwealth 
New Zealand 



Australasia 



South Seas- 
Fiji .... 



Year. 



Public Debt. 



Amount. 



Amount ! Multiple 
per head.i of Rev. 



I 



1901 
1900 
1900 

1900 
1900 
1900 

1900 
1900 
1900 

1897 

1901 

1901-2 

1900 

1900 

1900 

1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 

1900-1 
1900-1 
19("^-1 
1900-1 
1900-1 
1900-1 

1900-1 
1900-1 



$3,362,826,927' 
93,697' 

385,284 

1,032,551,255! 

17,692,391' 

1,663,427: 

5,787,849 

43,893,162 

151,342,748 

121,667 

268,480,004' 

19,647,218 

241,387 

169,049 

4,646,563 

546,167 

18,613,939 

3,579,774 

1,427,496 

4,469,902 



1900 



327,824,731 
269,643,107 
179,338,195 
128,596,851,' 

61,852,.559! 

41,420,224 



1,008,674,667| 
241,344,059! 



$80 
3 
2 

4 
4 
6 



975,942; 



41 
09 

46 
92 
41 



15 11 

47 20 

66 80 

49 

49 83 

89 20 

13 77 

4 80 

15 78 

10 16 
25 05, 

9 55 

11 18 

16 35 

230 23 
225 10 
359 93 
355 87 
329 59 
233 03 

266 85' 
313 15 



1900-1 1,250,018,726 275 01 



5.30 
0.31 

0.22 

3.09 
2.00 
0.39 

1.30 
4.78 
5.00 
0.15 

5.11 
8.96 
1.24 
0.12 
1.87 

1.42 
4.22 
2.05 
2.46 
1.39 



6.00 
6.85 
8.52 
8.81 
4.13 
8.07 



6.73 

8.40 



7.00 



7 861 1.80 



Year ended March 31. t This includeo deb*- (ifl, 100,000) due by St. John's Municipal 
Council. Population, 1901, viz, : 220,249. 



Public Debts in Foreign Countries. 



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Public Debts in Foreign Countries. 

The figures are taken from the Statesman's Year Book, and are, in most cases, for the 
Calendar Year 189S, or the Fiscal Year 1898-99. 









Public Debt. 


Countries. 










Amount. 


Per 
Head. 


Multiple 
of Rev. 


Europe — 








Avistria-Hungary 


$2,821,803,076 


$65 86 


5.65 


Belgium 






506,870,633 


75 99 


6.04 


Bulgaria 






50,613,000 


15 29 


3.09 


Denmark 






56,289,335 


25 76 


2.92 


France 






5,829,941,817 


151 36 


8.58 


Germany 






560,213,388 


10 72 


1.51 


Greece 




" 


157,568,066 


64 74 


7.57 


Italy 






2,388,743,668 


74 98 


7.36 


Holland 






470,544,519 


92 72 


8.05 


Norway 






48,956,301 


24 47 


2.40 


Sweden 






76,715,700 


15 15 


2.07 


Portugal 






622,916,300 


133 67 


10.88 


Eoumania 






249,291,826 


42 98 


5.77 


Russia 






3,847,287,583 


36 24 


4.86 


Spain 






1,743,160,186 


99 23 


10.63 


Switzerland 






16,428,407 


5 27 


0.98 


Turkey (Europe and Asia) 




726,035,613 


32 22 


9.19 


Asia — 








Japan 


201,116,509 


4 60 


1.88 


Africa — 








Egypt 


503,430,289 


51 72 


9.06 


Tunis 


27,749,733 


18 50 


5.92 


America— 








Argentine Republic 


393,963,096 


86 13 


4.71 


Chili 


114,613,358 


37 19 


3.55 


Mexico 


213,753,383 


16 92 


3.55 


United States 


* 2,143,326,934 


28 09 


3.06 


Uruguay 


124,425,396 


148 00 


7.90 


Venezuela 


37,859,052 


15 48 


5.82 



=i= Including casl; in the Treasury amounting to §1,098,587,814. 



252 Population of Nfid., 1901 — Factories, Mills, &c. 

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



Population of Newfoundland according to Denomination, Census of 1901. 



District. 



^-6 

^ c 

S CO 

OH 



ca o 
PhO 



■A 
a) 



CO r; 
Oh ^ 



•5 S g 

O C -3 
O 



St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Bay-de- Verde 
Carbonear 
Harbor Grace 
Port-de-Grave 
Harbor Main 
St. John's East ... 
St. John's West ... 
Ferryland 
Piacentia ... 

Burin 

Fortune ... 
Burgee and La Poile 
St. George 
Labrador ... 

Total 



3,651 

3,630 

2,927 

9,182 

10,294 

530 

883 

7,491 

2,776 

2,321 

5,549 

4,017 

147 

1,923 

1,887 

5,876 



2,066 
1,912 
l,-225 
3,101 
1,589 
2,168 
1,420 
2,838 
1,818 
6,903 
11,478 
10,098 
5,546 
12,230 
3,394 
2,037 



5,500 
2,886 
1,538 


312 

5,562 

322 


73,008 


75,989 



2,215 

11,742 
3,306 

7,205 
7,783 
7,104 
2,548 
1,813 
2,692 

247 

3,319 

3,418 

2 

881 
4,454 

225 
1,267 

479 

688 



61,388 



13 

41 



10 
38 



6 
119 

4 

7 
671 
391 

2 
21 

1 



11 

157 



189 
2,128 
112 
999 
991 

25 
167 
410 
155 

22 
495 
559 

139 

666 

624 

21 

16 

1.384 



1,497 i 9,102 



Factories, Mills, &c., in Newfoundland, Census of 1901. 



•No. of Saw Mills 191 

— " Tanneries 6 

"*~ " Breweries and Distilleries 3 

" Iron Foundries ... ... 1 

" Bakeries ... ... ... 7 

" Furniture Factories ... 10 

" Other Factories ... ... 71 



Value of above Factories $1,299,400 

" Goods produced 2,055,264 

No. of hands employed .. 3,865 

" Lobster Factories 1,469 

" persons employed 6,484 

Value of Lobster Fact's . $92,144 

No. cases iLobsters, 1901. 38,017 



Agricultural Stock and Produce, &c., in Newfoundland, Census of 1901. 

Acres Improved Laud 

" in Pasture ... 
Wheat and Barley — bushels 
Oats — bushels 
Hay — tons ... 
Potatoes — brls 

Fowl 



95,867 , Turnips— bi Is. 

35,133 I Horses 

824 : Milch Cows 

10,773 I Other Horned Cattle 

53,883 j Sheep 

541,766 ( Swine 

207,251 



65,298 
8,851 
14,135 
18,607 
78,025 
34,547 



Popnlation — Bank Fishery — Seal Fishery. 



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Population of Newfoundland, giving that of each District (Male and 
Female), together with the chief Towns or Settlements in each 
District, and their population [Census 1901]. 



District. 



PL, 



^ CS 




5 9 e 


• 


s &i2 


Tota 



Chief Town. 



Ph.2 

O +J 



St. Barbe . 
Twillingate. 



Fogo 



Bonavista ... 

Trinity ... . 

Bay-de-Verde 
Carbonear ... . 
Harbor Grace . 

Port-de-Grave . , 
Harbor Main 

St. John's East . 
St. John's West. 
Ferry laud ... 
Placentia ... 
Burin 

Fortune 

Burgeo (S La Poile 

St. George ... 



Labrador 



Total 



4,309 
10,135 

3,998 

10,768 

10,842 

5,101 
2,499 
6,420 

3,815 
4,920 

10,393 

8,876 
2,940 
7,938, 
5,260i 

4,603 
3,706 

4,788; 

Sex not 



3,825 
9,318 

.3,572 

9,789 

9,853 

4,726 
2,525 
6,251 

3,630 

4,580 

11,119 

9,607 
2,757 
7,256 
5,142 

4,159 
3,305 
4,312 



8,134[Bonue Bay 
19,453 



given. 



111,3111 105,726 



7,570 

20,557 

20,695 

9,827 

5,024 

12,671 

7,445 
9,500 

21,512 
18,4831 
5,697' 
15,194 
10,402 

8,762 
7,011 
9,100 

3,947 



Twillingate 
Tilt Cove ... . 

Fogo 

Change Island . 
Bonavista ... 
Greenspond 
Trinity ... . 
Heart's Content. 
Western Bay 
Carbonear ... 
Harbor Grace 
Bay Roberts 
Brigus 

Harbor Main 
Conception Hai-. 
\ St. John's 
j Torbay 
Ferryland ... 
Great Placentia . 

Burin 

Grand Bank 

Harbor Briton . 

Channel 

St. George . . 

Codrov 

Battle" Harbor . 



220,984 



1,137 
3,542 
1,370 
1.118 
1,067 
3,696 
1,358 
1,459 
1,079 

965 
3,703 
5,184 
2,226 
1,162 

798 

932 

29,594 

1,495 

535 
1,315 
2,719 
1,427 

763 
1,280 
1,0' 

532 
89 



Vessels employed — No. 
Tonnage of Vessels — tons 
Av. catch per schr. — qtls. 



Steam Vessels engaged in 

Seal Fishery— No. ... 20 

Tonnage of Steam Vessels 

engaged in Seal Fisherv. 6,410 

Crews— No "... 3,978 

* Peturns for 1902 not in, 



Bank Fishery, 1901. 

118 Men employed — No. 
... 5,282 Codfish caught— qtls. 

964 Av. catch per man — qtls, 

Seal Fishery, 1902. 



... 1,531 

... 113,841 



Seals taken— No 274,339 

Seals' weight— tons (gross). . . 6,441 
Greatest No. — (Vanguard)... 25,101 
Greatest weight one trip — 

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Newfoundland Fishing- Stock (Compiled from Census of 1901) 



Boats, 4 to 30 quintals 

Boats, 30 quintals and upwards 

Sailing Vessels from 20 to 60 tons ... 

Sailing Vessels from 60 tons upwards 

Nets and Seines ... 

Cod Traps 

Labrador. 
Boats from 4 to 30 quintals 
Boats from 30 quintals upwards 
Sailing Vessels from 20 to 60 tons 
Nets and Seines 
Cod Traps 

Value of Newfoundland and Canadian Fisheries, 1899-1900. 



24,342 

1,350 

1,424 

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34.915 
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Countries, 



1900. 



Newt'onndland * 


17,072,537 


$6,907,949 


Nova Scotia 




7,347,604 


7,809,1 5l' 


New Brunswick 




4,119,891 


3,769,742 


Quebec 




1,953,134 


1,989,279 


Prince Edward Island 




1,043,645 


1,059,193 


British Columbia 




.5,214,074 


4,878,820 


Ontaiio 




1,590,447 


1,333,294 


Manitoba and North West Territories 


622,911 


718,159 


Totals 


$28,964,243 


$28,465,588 



* The computation for Newfoundland includes the Labrador catch, but not bait sold to 
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Registered Shipping of chief Countries of the World, and of Nfld. 




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A dvo iisemenis. 



JOB BR0S. 8^ eo. 



-IMPORTERS OF- 



British and American Goods, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



(ter SdreelStto JoDnim 



-(o) 



Wtr- A lurse and well assorted Stock of GROCERIES, PROVI- 
SIONS, HARDWARE, &c., always on hand at lowest prices. Ex- 
porters of Codfish, Pickled Fish, Cod and Seal Oil, Seal Skins, Lobs- 
ters, and General Produce. 



-(o) 



ROYAL INSURANCE Co. 



OF LIVERPOOL, and 



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OF LIVERPOOL, LONDON, AND GLASGOW. 




V. 



j©B BROS. & e©. 



Mersey Chambers, 
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Liverpool, England. 



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Advertisements. 



Phenix Insurance So. 

©f Brooklyn, New York. 

(o) 



iDip~ Insui'cinces ett'ected at lowest Current Kntew of Preiiiinui on 
all kinds of property in Newfoundland. 

A. ©. HAYWHRD, K. e., 

AiiTut for Newfoiuidland. 



(jrive prompt and caieful attention to 
OuTz^oKT Orders. il)^~ Patterns and 
Quotations on application. 

THE RIGHT PLaeE T0 BUY 

Dress Goods, Millinery, Coats, Capes. 
Underclothing, Hoisery, Gloves. 

reaoymade clothimg, boots & shoes, 

RUBBER FOOTWEHR, &c.. &c. 

Water Street, St, John's, opposite the Post Office, 



GEO. J. CARTER 

Shipping and Commission Merchant* 

Office :— MARTIN'S BUILDING, 

Water Street, 5t. John's, Newfoundland 



Advertisements. 3 



SIGN OF THE CIRCULAR SAAV. 



J. H. MARTIN & CO. 



WATER STREET, 8T. JOHN'S. N. F. 



-IMPORTERS- 



Eliio-li^li and ^4^iiiei*ie{Xii 

J. Rodger's & Sons Cutlery. 

ELECTROPLATED AND BRITANNIA METAL GOODS. 
TROUT AND SALMON TACKLE. 

CRICKET GOODS AND FOOT BALLS, BREECH-LOADING 
GUNS, ELEY'S AMMUNITION. 

COAL VASES, BIRD CAGES, BRASS LIBRARY 
AND HALL LAMPS. 

(So Bo Bo aumd Br nar PnipeSo 

Wdodenware, Binishware, Hardware Novelties. Wringers, Bed- 
steads, Playing Cards, Japanned and Papier Mache Goods, Buildei-s' 
Hardware, Glassware, HoUoware, Sorby and Disston's Tools, Nails, 
Paints, Oils, Portable Forges, Powder, Shot. etc. 

(o) 

aiig- INSPECTION SOLICITED. Onlport orders carefully packed 
find promptly dispatched, 



4 



Advertisements. 



Telephone Connection. P, O. Box 693. 

(„) 

Prescriptions carefully coinpoimded, and their preparation perso- 
nally attended to. pT" Medicine Chests s\ipplied and refitted at 
shortest notice. 

(o) 



ENGLISH m HMEeiCIlN PAHNT MEDICINES, OROGS, Etc, 

Varnishes, Stains, Dry Paints, Toilet Requisites, 
Pepfumepy, Garden Seeds. 

H. eeURTENHY, - ^23 Water Street. 

PHGENIX ASSURANCE CO., Ltd. 




Insurances effected against fire on all descriptions of 
property in Newfoundland at lowest rates. B@^ Losses 
promptly adjusted and paid. 

.Vuents foi- Newfoundland. 







VT T~7 



KING 0F TaiL©RS! 




9 



FIRST CLSSS STOCK §^ 



ALWAYS ON HAND. 



Water Street East, St. John's, Nflrt. 



Advertisements. 



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eOHLOEM€ 



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East Side of Cliffs Cove. 



BA/RD, GORDON & CO. 



THE CORNER SHOP. 



S^ A full stock ol' Staple aiul Fancy Dry (xoods. Boots and Sliocs, 
Lines. Twines, ('ordage, and f -otton Dnclc. 

THE PROVISION STORE. 



SM- Entrance from (Jove. Always on hand— FLOUR. PORK, 
BEEF, MOLASSES, &c. Good value, and at lowest market rates. 
Outport friends will please note that Ave are prepared to handle Fish, 
Oil. Lobstei's, Furs, and other produce on the most favoinble leiius. 
Sloiatire and Wharfaae facilities. 



mwD)o 

^rTHE GROCERY SHOP! next to Baird, Gdrdox & To's, 
where ;i full and varied stock of fii'st class ^oods. firsl in (|uality 
and in price, will always be found. 

Groceries, Cigars, Tobaccos, 
Wines and Spirits. 



Sole Agent for Read Bros. "Dog's Head" Bottling Ale & Stout 
Wm. McEwau (Ltd) " Bidk Beer ;" Royal Highland Blend Whiskey 
Flov de Vnlde Cigars ; Ji>Un Gillon <S; Co.. Whiskey. 



Advertisements 



Tlie St Joliii's Nail Maiiiifadiiriiig Co, Ltd. 

HAMII/rON STREET, ST. JOHN'S. 

(o) 



TV/r ANUFACTURERS of Aniericcin Pattern Cut Nails ; Cut, Spike, 
^^^ Lath, Flooring, Clapboard and Finishing Nails ; Copper. Iron 
and Zinc Tacks, Swedes Iron Shoe Nails and Tacks, Iron and Zinc 



Shoe Bills. 



J. J. YEY, Manager. 




amdy aed Fmnnd Stoir© I 

I City Clt'h Buit.dinc.J 

Manufactiner and Wholesale Dealer in CONFECTIONERY of 
superior quality Also niatnifacturer of the Terra Nova )n-and of 
.JAMS and .TELLIES. 

Ail kinds of Fruit ijt season. 

Factory — Henry Street. Telephone connection. P. O. Box 576. 
Braxch Stores — Two doors east of Post Office, and No. 202 Duck- 
worth Street. 



FREa B. WOOD, 



Proprietor. 




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General Importer and Manufacturer 
of Lobster Cans, 

Has always on hand a large and varied stock of DRY GOODS. 
GROC'ERIES, &c., which he f)ffers at the lowest prices. Highest 
price given for Lobsters. 

327 = Wat^r-st., St. John's, Nfid, = 327 



Advertisements. 7 




General Merchants and 
Importers-^^ 



325 - Water Street, - 525 



ST. JOHN'S, N. F. 



Wholcsiilc and Retail Exporters 
of all kinds of .... 



PRODUCE. 



BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS. 



Witless Bay, Ferry land, 

Toad's Cove, Nipper's Harbor, 

Renews, Hant's Harbor, 

Caplin Bay, Round Harbor, 

IS^ Where FISHING OUTFITS can at all times 
be supplied* 



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Aclvertisemenls 




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WJKJLESALE AND RETAIL 



BOOK-BINDERS, BOOK-SELLERS, and STATIONERS. 



Fancy Goods, Fancy Glassware, 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. 

tm' Books bound or repaired in every style of binding. Prices 
niodeiate. Quality of the work guaranteed. 

Goodfellow's Block, Watef Stfeet, St, Johfi's, Newfoundland, 



BAINE, JOHNSTON & CO. 

S IP AND INSURANCE AGENTS, IMPORTERS 
OP GENERAL MERCHANDIZE. 

EKPOfllERS OF CODFISH, COO OIL, SOON, HFOOING, SFJL 
SKINS, S£SL OIL JID LOBSTERS, 



AGENTS EOK 



IVovinaii's Celebi'atecl 
POUT. 

in Hhds, Qr, Casks, Octaves and Cases, 
of one doz. in each. 



Steamers specially adapted for Arctic Exploration, 



Advertisements. 9 



KSTABLISHED 1797. 



©rwnelhi OmnciDim Fnre Dim^ 
sanrainie© SdDeneHyo 

Amount Insured - - $1,900,000,000 
Losses Paid - - - 70,000,000 

Premium Income - 5,000,000 

Fire Risis tateii on all Idiids of Property. 

LOW^EST RATES OF PREMIUM. 



Prompt and Lilieral 



i^" The Office of the above Company is now over the Jewellery 
Store of T. J. Duley & Co., and immediately opposite the premises 
of Baine, Johnston &Co., where the business will be attended to 
by Mr. F. W. KNIGHT, and where all orders for Insurance will be 
promptly executed. 




J. H. nONROE, Agent. 



10 



Advertisements. 



ESTABLISHED 1857. 



SCLATER'S. 361 Water-st. 



IMPORTERS OP 



Britisli and Foteip Manufactured Goads, llead^made C!oftiiii|i etc, 
HATS, WPS, BOOTS k SOOTS, a specialtj, 

§0^ Outport orders personally attended to with despatch. "Wt^ 

(o) 

Note the Address SCLATER'S, 361 'Watep-st., foot of Queen street. 




Don't save pennies to lose dol- 
lars — don't be too economical 
when yonr health's at stake. 
We sell dri;gs and medicines at 
reasonably cheap prices — we 
don't sell cheap drugs. Any- 
thing your physician prescribes 
or you order for yourself you'll 
get — no substitutes, but the gen- 
uine articles, at fair prices, 

THOS. McMURDO & CO. 

\Vholesale & Retail Dpug'gists, 

"Water Street. 



Jackman, 



The 
TaiLOR. 



Ours is the leading House 
in Newfoundland for 



Mens or ^oys (BlotSing. 



-(o)- 



Arcade Building, - ^ater street West. 



Advertisements. 11 



ESTABLISHED A. D. 1710. 



Sun Insurance Office, 



OF LONDON, ENGLAND. 



T INSUIiED 1901 - - - £460,OOMOO stg, 



A. S. REN DELL. - - AGENT. 



Mutual Liji Ins ce Co. 



OF NEW YORK. 



IISSETS DtCEMBEB 31, 1911 - - - $352,838,9/1 



A. S. RENDELL & J. H. MONTGOMERY, Managers. 



A. S. Rendell & Co- 

Ship Brokers and General Gom* 
mission Merchants. 

175 Water Street, St. John's, N. F. 175 



Telegraphic Address ,....,..,,,.,.,,., " Homefield," St. John's, 



12 Advertisements. 



P. e. ©'Driscoll, 

THE PEOPLE'S AUCTIONEER & GENERAL 
COMMISSION MERCHANT. 

pp- All consignments will receive prompt attention and remit- 
tances. Cable address : " O'Driscoll,." P. 0. Box 341, 



onice and Show Rooms - - Exchange Building-, Water Street. 



&c Konal ^ank of ganada ! 



Incorporated 1869. 

CAPITAL (authorized) - - $ 3,000,000 
CAPITAL (paid up) - - 2,000,000 

REST _ - _ - _ 1,700,000 

T. E. KENNY, President ; E. L. PEASE, General Manager. 

i^- Accounts opened on the most favorable terms. Notes of hand 
discounted. Loans granted on approved collaterals. Drafts issued 
payable at all the principal points in Canada and the United States. 
Sterling exchange bought and sold. Cable transfers made. Bills 
collected on lowest terms. 

SAVINGS' BANK DEPARTMENT ! 

Deposits accepted from One Dollar upwards. Interest at three 
per cent, per annum allowed on Deposits. 

ST. JOHN'S BRANCH : 

GOODFE1LI.OWS CORNER, WATER STREET. 

Office Hours :— 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Saturdays- 10 A. M. to Noon. 
X?Vr. H. 0I«0^7Vr>"^, .... Manager. 

GEORGE NEAL. 

COMMISSION MERCHANT. 

Wm- Importer of and dealer in all kinds of FRUIT, P. E. ISLAND 
and NOVA SCOTIA Produce. Consignments solicited. Satisfac- 
tion guaranteed. 

(o) 

Calt)le Address : " NEAL," St. John's, Newfoundland. P. O. Box 611. 



Advertisements 



13 



H. J, STABB & CO. 



-AGENTS FOR- 



eommercial Union Fire Insurance Go., 
London, Limited. 

Palatine Fire Insurance 60., of London, 

Limited. 

Standard Life Insurance Company, 

Edinburgli. 




IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF 



UQ 



©r(rD§©e( 



'ni (^(£< 



ALSO AGENTS FOR 



XVasdburn, Qroshif 60., 



GOLD MEDAL FLOUR. 



H. J. STHBB, 

CQnsular Ag-ent fop Italy. 



4 Water^st. East, 

St. John's. 



IJ^. Advertisements. 



A. G. McGOUBREY 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

Gothic Grates, Stoves, 

and every description of 

]3oinestic Tiii^v^ai^e, etc. 

(o) 

327 ' Water-st., St. John's, Nfld. - 327 



Sir ROBERT THORBURN, 

Agent of the ** Imperial ^^ 
Fire Insurance Co.^ of London. 

Commission %nt and Genefal [xporter of Fisliefj Pfoducts. 

(o) 

Office and Stores : Goodfellow's Building, Water-st. 



J. D. RYAN, 



WHOLESALE FAMILY GROCER, 
281 Water Street, St. John's, N. F. 281 



B@- Sole Importer " SEAL " Brand Tea and " PER- 
FECTION" Tobacco. 

p. 0. Box 884, Telephone 40, 



Advertisements. 15 



ESTABLISHED 1817. 






Financial Agents fop the Government of the 
Dominion of Canada. 

BANKERS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW^FOUNDLAND. 



Capital (all paid up) - $12,000,000 
Rest - . - - 8,000,000 



SAVINGS' BkM DEPARTMENT ! 

DEPOSITS OF FOUR DOLLARS AND UPWARDS 
RECEIVED. 



Head Office . . . MONTREAL. 

President— Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G.C.M.G. 

Vice-President — Hon. G. A. Drunimond. 

E. S. Clouston, - - - General Manager. 

BfilNCHES IN [VEfiy PROVINCE OE THE DOMINION OF mm, 



New York — Agents Bank of Montreal, 59 Wall Street. 

Chicago — Bank of Montreal. 

Boston— Merchants' National Bank. 

London, England — Bank of Montreal, 22 Abchurch Lane, E. C. 

Liverpool — Bank of Liverpool. 



HGENTS in all PHRTS of the WORLD. 



Manag'ep, St. John's, N. F. Accountant. 



i«5 



Advertisements. 






WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 




I»0I«K:, viz: -Mess, 
Bean, Rump, Ham, Butt 
Family, Family, Family 
Mess, Loin and Jowls. 

:]B E^ E? F', viz. ;— 
Packet, Family Mess. 

I?" Xv O XJ I« — All 

grades. 

SUOA^IiS- viz. : 
— G r a n 11 1 at e d. White, 
Moist, Cube, Yellow. 

I*EJ^2\.{S— Round and 
Split. 



RAISINS, CUI^RANTS. 



HP^ Sole Agents for " BIG BASS" Tobacco, and Manufacturers 



finest grades of Butterine. in all size Tubs. 



GEO. WHEATLEY 

Surveyor to Lloyd^s Register of British 
and Foreign Shipping, 

ALSO, SURVEYOR OF SHIPPING TO THE GOVERN- 
MENT OF NEW^FOUNDLAND. 

Begs most respectfully to call the attention of Ship- 
ownerst Merchants and others, to the provisions of the 
Shipping Act of Newfoundland, '9 J, especially to clause 
four. 

HS^* Any further information can be obtained by 
applying to the Surveyor at any time, either at the Cus- 
tom House, or at his private office, J 4 Gower-st, 



AdveHisemetik. 1^ 




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•OF- 



MewffdDttnimdIDainido 

(Under the Department of Marine and Fishepies.) 



ABSXRACX. 



Caribou.— Close season is, from 1st Feb. to 31st of July, and 
from 1st Oct. to 31st Oct., inclusive ; that is to say, Caribou or Deer 
may be hunted upon and after the 31st July till the 1st of Oct., and 
from 30th day of Oct. till 1st Feb. following. Penalty for violation 
of above, $500, or imprisonment. 

No person not usually resident in the Colony, shall kill or take 
Caribou without having fii-st procured therefor to himself a license. 
This license shall entitle the holder to kill and take three stag : the 
fee being One Hundred Dollars. Provided nevertheless, that no re- 
sident or officer of any British war ship, stationed on the coast of 
this Island for fisheries protection, shall be compelled to pay for such 
annual license. Guides not domiciled in the Colony are subject to 
Ucense ($50.00). 

No Venison allowed to be exported as an article of commerce ; and 
any person exporting, or carrying 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, or weapons, other than fire-arms, 
are prohibited. 

Grouse or Partridge. — Willow grouse, partridge or ptarmigan, 
may not be shot between Jan. 12th and Sept. 15th ; curlew, plover, 
snipe or other wild or migratory bird (except wild geese), cannot be 
shot between Jan, 12th and Aug. 20th ; nor shall any person be al- 
lowed 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 of $100. 

Wild Rabbit or Hare between March 1st and September 15th, 
under a penalty of $25.00. 

Otter between April 1st and October 1st. 

Foxes between March 15th and October 15th. 

Beaver -Close time to 1st October, 1903. 

The carrying or use of fire-arms on Sunday is prohibited. 

Game Fish. — The following is the law for the preservation of game 
fish : No trout, char, white fish, land-locked salmon, or grilse, or 
any freshwater or migratory fish, may be caught, taken or killed in 
any lake, river or stream in this Colony, from the 15th September 
to January 15th in each year, and only by means of rod, hook and 
line, under penalties. 

(Signed), EJ. O. ^VirA.^SOJV, 

Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 
3 



18 Advertisements, 



CALLAHAN, GLASS & Co. 

Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers, 
and General House Furnishers. 



i*- The largest and most varied stock of Furniture in the Colony, 
Prices as low as is consistent .with good workmanship. Sketches 
and estimates on application. 

SHOW ROOMS AND OFFICE— Corner Duckw^orth and Gowep 
Streets. FACTORIES— Gower Street. 



P. Rooerson & 




WATER STREET WEST. 



IS^ North Sydney Goal sold by cargo 
or retail. Hlso dealers In all kinds of 
P. E. Island Produce. 



(o) 

J. J. ROGERSON, Agent for General Mining Association, of 
London, England, and North Sydney, C. B. 



Newfoundland Consolidated Foundry 
Co. (Limited*) 



Dip- Manufacturers of Cooking, Parlour, Hall and Church Stoves, 
Gothic Grates, Mantlepieces, &c.. Windlasses, Rouse Chocks, Ha-<v- 
ser Pipes, and every variety of Ship and General Castings, Church- 
yard or Cemetery Railings, Crestings, and all Architectm-al Castings. 

S. WILL. CORNICK, - Manager. 



Advertisements. 



19 



CONSTABOLARY FIRE DEPARTMENT! 



(o) 

FIRE HLHRM TELEGRHPH. 

(o) 

Eastern District. 



No. Location of Boxes. 

12— Temperance-st., foot Signal-hill rd. 
13— Factory Lane. 
14 — Wator-st., foot Cochrane-st. 
15— Ducltworth-st., corner King's road. 
16— Cochrane-st., corner Gower-st. 
17— Colonial-st., corner Bond-st. 
112— In. Hospital, Forest-rd., special box. 



No. Location of Boxes. 

113-Penitentiary, cor. Quidi Vidi road. 
Tl4— Military-rd., cor. King's Bridge-rd. 
115— Circular road, cor. Bannerman road. 
116— King's Bridge road, near Railway 

Crossing. 
117— Military-rd., opp. Governm't House. 
118— Rennie s Mill Road. 



Central District. 



21— Horwood's Lumber Works. 
22— Water street, foot Prescott street. 
23— Water street, foot McBride's Hill. 
24— Gower street, cor. Prescott street. 
25 — Duckworth-st., head Markethouse 

Hill. 
26— Duckworth-st., cor. New Gower-st. 
27— Cathedral Square, foot Garrison-hill. 
28— Long's Hill and cor. Livingstone-st. 
221— Military road, Rawlins' Cross. 

235— Carter's 



223— Hayward Avenue, cor. William-st. 
224— Monkstown road, foot Fleming-st. 
225— Gate of Roman Catholic Orphanagej 

Belvidere. 
226— Carter's Hill and Cookstown Road. 
227— Lime street and Wickford Court. 
228— Freshwater-rd and Cookstown road. 
231— Scott street, cor. Cook street. 
232— Manager's residence, B. of Montreal. 
234— Queoivs road, cor. Allan Square. 
Hill— Centre. 



Western District. 



31— Water street, foot Adelaide street. 
32— New Gower street, cor. Queen-st. 
34— Waldegrave and George streets. 
35— Water street, foot Springdale street. 
36 — Water street, foot Patrick street. 
37— Head Pleasant street. 
38— Brazil's Square, cor. Casey street. 
39— In. Boot & Shoe Factory, special box. 
331— Le Marchant road, head Barters-hill. 



332— Pleasant street. 

334— Patrick street, cor. Hamilton stseet, 
335— Inside Poor Asylum, special box. 
336— Torpey's, Cross roads, Riverhead. 
337— Hamilton Avenue, cor. Sudbury-st, 
338— Flower Hill, cor. Duggan street. 

42— South Side, near Long Bridge. 

43— Central, South Side. 

46— Road near Lower Dundee Premises. 



On the discovery of a fire, go to the netirest box, break the 
glass, take the key, open the door of the large box, and give the 
alarm by pulling the HOOK ALL THE WAY DOWN ONCE, 
then let go and listen for the working of the machinery in the box. 
If you do not hear it, pull again. After giving the Alarm, remain 
at the box, so as to direct the Fire Brigade where to go. 

Caution.— Persons wilfully giving false alarms, or damaging the 
Fire Alarm apparatus, will be rigorously prosecuted. 

" FIRE OUT SIGNAL !"— Two strokes on the large Bell, repeated 
three times, thus : 11—11 — 11. 

JOHN R. MceOWEN, 

Inspector-General, 



20 Advertisements. 



PATERSON, DOWNING & CO. 

Wholesale Provisions and 
Naval Stores. 

Agents for "Northwestern," "Puritan," "White Coat," and 
"Duchess" Flours; also Agents for 

THE CARRITE PATERSON MFG. COMPLY, 

(for Roofing and Roofing Pitch.) 

THE CONSOLIDATED TEA AND LANDS CO. 

HP- Dealers in PORK, KERuSENE OIL, 
LEATHER, TOBACCO, &c. 

(o) 



Offices and Stores : — O'D'wyer's Cove. 

A. H. MARTIN. W^. J. MARTIN. 

MARTIN BROS. 



AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS, 



LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. 

iff- Shingles, Laths, Roofing material, etc, ; Prince Edward Is- 
land and Nova Scotia Produce. 



AVHARVES, STORES AND OFFICES : 

^\^ater Street East, St. John's, IST. F. 



Advertisement. 31 



SHEER PRESERVATION I 



'T'HE following Sections of the Acts 47th Victoria, Cap. 7, and 50th 
■■■ Victoria, Cap. 9, for the Preservation of Sheep, are published in 
consolidated form for the information of the public: — 

1. — It shall be lawful for the duly qualified Electors resident within an area or 
District within this Colony to present to the Governor in Council a 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 and certificate as hereinafter pro- 
vided) furnished to the Governor in Council. 

3. — Upon receipt of any sucli Petition or Requisition containing the signatures 
of not less than one-tlnrd of the Electors resident within any sucli area or District, 
certified as aforesaid, the Governor in Council shall issue a Proclamation or Public 
Notice prohibiting the keeping of Dogs within such area or District, 

4. — From and after the day prescribed in and by such Proclamation or Notice, it 
shall not be lawful for any person resident within such area or District to kee]5, 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 Mouths. This jn'ohibition 
shall uot apply to any person or persons travelling or passing through such area or 
Districts and having a licensed Dog or Dogs in his or their possession, charge or con- 
trol, and uot at large. 

5. — It shall be the duty ol 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 under the next preceding sec- 
tion, aud all such Dogs not so excepted may be killed by any person whomsoever. 
And it shall be 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 tines 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 Goveunor in Cooncil :— 

The Petition of the undersigned humbly sheweth, — 

That your Petitioners are duly qualified Electors residing iu 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 , 190 . 

a. G. COIMROY, 

Stipendiary Magistrate for Newloundland, 
PotiCB Office, St, John's, November, 



^2 Admrtisements. 



FOUNDED IN 1803 

THE OLOEST SAILMAKING ESTABLlSHMEf^T IN 



The undersigned begs to acquaint the Trade of the Country that 
he continues the Sailmaking business of his late father, Chabl.E8 
HuTCHiNGS, at the same escablishinent, corner of 

ADELAIDE: AND OEORGE: STREETS, 
near Water-st.. where he will always be happy to meet old and new 
customers and to give their valued commands the same close per- 
sonal attention and prompt despatch as business orders always re- 
ceived at the hands of the old firm, 

JOHN HUTCHINGS. 



Lawrence Bros., 

CARRIAGE AND SLEIGH BUILDERS AND 
GENERAL WHEELWRIGHTS. 

139 - - Gower Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. - - 139 

(o) 



jeHN BULLEY HYRE 

Is now showing 

A GRAND ASSORTMENT OF FANCY ORNAMENTS IN 
GLASS AND CHINAW^ARE. 

Also, Dinner, Tea, and Desert Sets, in Cliina and other wares. White Stoneware 
— Bean Crocks, Bread Crocks. Jam Crocks. Jars— half, one, two and three gallons. 
Also a full line of Plain and Fancy Biscuits (home made). English and American 
C^onfectionery, Grapes, Apples, Oranges, etc. Fresh Cakes, Pastry and Bread cverv 
day. WEDDING CAKES always on hand. 




MERCHANT'S BLOCK, WATER-ST., and 40 NEW GOWER-ST. 

. H. MURRAY, 

ST. JOHN'S, N. F. 

Importer of SUGHR, RieE, FLOUR, &c. 

Exporter of — 

COD OBL, HERRING, &Q. 



Advertisements. 



'JS 



T. J. DULEY 




WATER STREET, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 



V\; B Keep the largest stock of Jewellery, Silverware, Ttubleware, 
(in solid silver and silver plated). Watches, Clocks, China, 
Fancy Goods, Purses, Card Cases, Walking Sticks, Meerchauni and 
Briar Pipes, and a lot of other goods too numerous to specify. 

B^ When in need of anything good, useful and pretty, give us a 
call. Outport orders receive prompt and careful attention. 






Copr/fidH 



Tailop and Clothier, 

361 - Duckworth-st. - 361 

KM" Importer of Tweeds, Dia- 
gonals, Beavers, Whitneys, Mel- 
tons and Naps. Suits made to 
order on shortest notice. Also 
in stock, some durable Canadian 
Homespuns. Special attention 
to Outport ordeis. 

S^ Measurement forms sent 
on application. Good fit, and 
satisfaction guaranteed. 



iKg- The imdersigned begs to intimate to the Public of St. John's 
that he continues 

TKE WHEELWRfSHT BOSINESS 

at the old Establishment, corner Geoi'ge and Holdsworth Streets, 
where he is prepared to turn out Vehicles of all descriptions in the 
best material and of reliable make and finish. 

Repairs of every kind 

despatched promptly and at lowest prices. Outport orders atten- 
ded to at once. 

WILLmM H. eR©eKhR, 

30 Gower Street East 



u 



Advertisements. 



Some Leading Lines carried by 
the Leading Bookseller : 



Bibles, Ppayep and Hymn Books. 

Annuals and Pictupe Books. 

Standard and General Literat're 

Music Books and Sheet Music. 

School Books and Requisites. 

Musical Instruments and Tutors 

Hardware, Cutlery and Silver- 
^vape. 

Enamel, Earthen and China- 
ware. 

Glassware- Fancy & Domestic. 

Watches, Clocks, Wedding- 
Ring's. 

Jew^ellry of every description. 

Firew^orks, Fancy 



Artists' Material and Decorative 

Goods. 
Stationery and Account Books. 
Pipes, Cigars, Cig-arettes, 

Tobacco. 
Indoor and Outdoor Games. 
Trout and Salmon Tackle. 
Cricket, Football and Tennis 

Goods. 
Dolls and Toys at all prices. 
Berlin AVools, Plain and Shaded. 
Washable Silks, all colors. 
Spectacles, Spy and Mineral 

Glasses. 
Lanterns, Fans, &c. 



Colored Pictures, Engravings, Picture Mouldings, 
Mirrors, Glass, <fec. g)*- Send for 8-page Catalogue, 
free. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

S. E. GARLAND, 

177-179 Water Street East, St. John's, N. F. 



NFLD. BOOT & SHOE MFG. CO.,Ld. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Goodyear Welts, McKay Sewed, Hand and Machine Pegged, and 
dealers in Rubbers and Overshoes. 

JAMES BAIRD, President. 
C. K.THOMPSON, Manager, 



Advertisements. 21 



^o 



F. W. Finlay, 

C-oiniiiissioii Merchant, luiporler of 
Flour and Provisions. 

ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLaND. 



Ageut for SWIFT & CO.. Chicago, the largest packers of Pork 
and Beef in the world. Sole Importer of the following brands of 
Flonr :— 

" White Star," " W^ondei'," " America's Best," " Goldie's Star," 

"Primrose," "Crown," "Harp," "Ontario,' 

"Golden Age," " Planet," &c., &c. 

EDEN VALLEY TEA, Winchester HAMS and BACON, Silver 
Leaf Lard, Coin Brand Canned Meats, Swift's Celebrated Soaps 
and Washing Powder. 



Special quotations by wire on carload lots of 
Flour and Provisions. 



J AS. STOTT 

GENERAL IMPORTER, 
GROCER, Etc-^ 

Tea, Wine and Spirit 
Merchant. 

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



OUTPORT ORDERS CAREFULLY PACKED & PROMPTLY 
ATTENDED TO. 

4 



^S AdveriisemenU 



Harvey &t So. 



AGEXTS FOR 

NEW YORK, NEWFOUNDLAND, HND 
HaLIFHX STEAMSHIP 60. 

Running between New York, Halifax 
and St John's. 



^laek S)iamond Jsine. 

Bonavista, Goban, Cacouna, Louisburq 
and 6ape Breton. 

Running between Montreal, P. E. Island, 
Sydney and St. John's. 



'Wde dominion Qoal (Bo. 



Proprietors of the following Coal Mines : VICTORIA. RESERVE. 
LITTLE GLACE BAY, PH::LAN, CALEDONIA, COW BAY, 
HARBOR SEAM, RIGBY SEAM, and EMERY. 



THE N. Y. BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS AND THE BOSTON 
MARINE BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. 

!»- Exporters of Fish, Oil, and other Newfoundland Produce, 
and General Exporters. 

^o) 



Water Street East, St. John's, Nfld. 



Advertisement. 37 



FISHING BOOTS, SEIl BOOTS, ILKING BOOTS, HJNO SEWEO ! 
ACKNOWLEDGED THEDEsf EVERYWHERE ! 

BICCAUSE they stand the Wear and Tear M^hen hard work is to 
be done : BECAUSE one pair will outwear two pair mac-hine-mado. 

will considt their own interests and that of their Dealeis by K'vinjj; 
us their valued orders for this best class of Fishing Boots. giC- We 
supply them as cheap as those made by machines ; in point of dura- 
l)ility and economy they are 50 p(>r ceiit. cheaper. 

jaMES H. EYHIVS, 

298 N. S. Watei-st.. a few doors \ves( (if Howi'ing Bros. 

Queen Fire Insurance Co. 



POLICIES OF INSURANCE against Loss or 
Damage by Fire are issued by the above well-known 
Office on the most liberal terms. 

Agent for Newfoundland. 

To Contractors and Builders ! 



SILLS, JOISTS, STUDDING, of every kind and everv size, 
P. and T. BOARD, in PINE and SPRUCE. 
ROUGH BOARD, in PINE and SPRUCE. 
CLAPBOARD, FLOORING, CEILING. 

PINE and SPRUCE PLANK of various thicknesses and lengths, or 
cut to any desired size. 

D^- The facilities afforded by the transfer of our machinery and 
stores to Messrs. Clift, AVood & Go's Waterside, enables us to fill 
orders in every class of edifice quickly and at cheapest rates. Con- 
tractors and Builders will find it to their advantage to see us and 
"et oiir prices and terms before purchasing elsewhere. 



^8 



Advertisements. 



WILLIAM FREW 



GREAT BARGAINS in high class goods. Everything new and desirable can be 
found in our stock. No customer displeased ; no customer dissatisfied. "We 
never sacrifice the quality to lower the price ; we never misrepresent the goods to 
make a sale ; we never take advantage of a patron's lack of knowledge or expe- 
rience in buying ; we never insist on a purchase simply because we have shown the 
goods ; we never endeavor to force a customer to take something they don't want ; 
wc never try to sell a'l inferior article to 

Man, Woman or Child. 

We have a great variety of bargains. Evoi'y article marked at the lowest possible 
price. Tl\e entire stock bovight for cash. PT" Call and examine our stock. 



WATER STREET, 



"BAIRD'S BUILDING, 



Wm. J. eiouston, 



EAST CORNER MARKET-HOUSE IIII.I,, 

AVATER STREET, ST. JOHN'S, NEW^FOUNDLAND. 




Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of TINWARE, IRON. STOVES. 
ENAMELLED WARES, &c. W^~ Jobbing promptly attended to. 



ESTABLISHED 1857. 



J. F. eHISHOLM, 

STATION EK AX1> BOOKSEI.1.ER, 



Books and Pepiodieals of all kinds ; Headquapteps fop Chapts 

and Nautical "Works. 

Accoiuit Books, Writing and Printing Papers, Office and School re- 
qtusites of all kinds, Musical Instruments aud Music, Artists' ma- 
terials. Charts and Nautical Works, Fishing Tackle, Football, 
Cricket and Tennis Goods, Pipes and Smokers' requisites of all 
kinds. High class Fancy Goods and Toys of every descinption. 
Playing Cards, Bezique Sets and other Games ; Goods of all kinds 
imported to order, with despatch, and at lowest I'fttes, 



Advertisements. 29 



Bai^k of NoVa Scotia ! 

Incorporated 1832. 

CAPITAL (Paid up) - - $2,000,000 
RESERVE - - - - 2,800,000 

General Office ^ * TORONTO. 

H. C. McLEOD, General Manager. 

Head Office : HflLIFRX, N. S. 

with forty-six Branches in Canada, United States, Ne\vfo\mdland, 

and West Indies. 

BRANCHES IN NEWFOUNDLAND : 

St. .John's W. W. Watson, MaiiMKcr. 

Harbor Grace G. K. Viets, Manajjjcr. 

— (o) 

i^ A general Banking Business conducted. Drafts and Letters of 
Credit issned, available in all parts of the world. Special attention 
given to Collections. Correspondence solicited. 

SAVINGS' DEPARTMENT.— Small Deposits received and Inter- 
est allowed on sanu'. 



COMMISSION MERCHANT, 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN FRUITS <te CANADIAN PRODUCE 

-(o)— 

Fruits— Oranges, Apples, Grapes, Lemons, Bananas. Produce 
— Bntter, Hay, Cattle Feed, Bran, &c. All orders personally at- 
tended to. Outport Customers may rely on best quality and lowest 
inices. [P.O.B. 304. 

James B. Sclater, 

COMMISSION AGENT AND BROKER, 

WATER STREET, ST. .lOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Representing :— \Valtei- Thomson & Son, Oatmeal Millers, Lf)ndon, 
Ontario; Fisher & Co., Tsveeds, Hiiddersfield, England; Allan 
Cockshut, W^all Papers ; and other first class Houses in Eng- 
land, United States and Canada. 

4^ Special attention given to sale of Fish, Oil, and Lobsters ; also 
RealEstftte, 



30 Advertisements. 

NOTARY PUBbIG, 

REAL ESTATE AGENT, GENERAL BROKER 
AND AUCTIONEER. 

aw Offico :— Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 



Dr. A. B. LEHR, Dentist, 

Water Street St, John s, cK. K 
Hale Method of Painless Dentistry. 



s^ Office and Residence :— Opposite T. McMurdo & Go's. 

A CARD, 

S. J. F0OTE, 

Barrister-at-Law. 

Commercial Chambers t St, John's, NeTbfoundland, 

Sydney D. Blandford, 

SOLICITOB, CONVEYANCER, &e. 

AGENCY FOB 

TlB Intiial Life Assurance Coimaiy of Caiafla. 

Law Offices ;— 280 Duckworth Street, 



Advertisements. 31 



St John's Gas Light Co. 

The Humphrey System of Incandescent 
Gas Arc Lights. 

Most Magnificent, Powerful and Economical Gas Light 
Ever Produced. 

o 

IK Complete Revolution in Gas Lighting. (One^Half the cost of 

Electricity. 

o 

For the Lighting of Stores and Large ^reas. Gives a Larger Vol* 
ume of Light. BETTER DIFFUSED AND STESDIER 
than an ELECTRie TIRG. 



WIO guarantee our 4-light T^anq) to give from i'la to .iod caudles of liKlit, de- 
pcnding on the Jiind and quality of the gaK used, wliether coal or water, 
with a consumption of 14 to 15 feet jier hour. This is an efflcicnc.v of 28 to 
■,U candles per cubic foot of gas used. 

These startling results are obtained without the nse of chimneys, the peculiar 
construction of the burners creating their own draft and making a complete mix- 
ture of gas and air. Also the grouping of the mantles around the central supply 
])ipe preheats the gas several hundred degrees, which greatly expands the gases, 
increasing the temperature of combustion and ctteeting a great economy and in- 
creased eniciency. 

i0~ BLACKENED MANTLES arc almost impossible. 

The saving in cost of maintenance by the non-breakage of chimneys and the 
consequent loss of mantles is of great importance and will pay the entire cost of 
lamj) in a short time. 

One large globe, which will not break from the heat, or require constant clean 
ing. surrounds the mantles. 

In lighting there is no explosion to rupture the mantles, the entire grouji being 
lighted from one small centre light. 

The shades arc opal and globes clear glass, the entire tixtvu'c being tinoly nuidc. 

E. H. 8^ G. OAVEY 

Tel. No. 71. Ill BOND STREET. P.O.B. 275. 

CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, AND DEALERS IN 
BUILDING MATERIAL. 



WHARF AND STORES. - - g^OB'S COVE. 



A dvertisements. 



XVoodss Jiardware ! 



ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE AND (JUTLERY. 
Builders' Supplies, Agricultural Implements, Paints, Oils, Best 
Brand Roofing Felt, with firt^proof conting. Sporting Goods, Shoe 
Findings, nnd General House Furnishings, Household and Office 
Furniture. Electric Bell hanging in all its Ijranches. Agent foi- 
the "CRESCENT" Bicycles— Cheapest and Best. P.O.B. 847. Tel. 75. 

SIDNEY WOODS, Water-st., St. John's. 



LEVI OmMOND, 

[opposite bowbing brothers.] 

DEALER in Stoves, Tinware, Windlasses, Steering Wheels, 
Hawser Pipes, Rouse Chocks, Iron Pumps, and general Ship 
work. iDiF~ Jobbing and repairs attended to with despatch. Satis- 
faction guaranteed. 



Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 



J 



INDEX. 



Academies— R. C, (St. Bride's), 
St. John's 
— R. C, Har. Grace ... 
—Congregational [see 

. . , App.] 

Agriculture and Mines— Dep't of . 
Agriculture and Mines— Minister 

[see App.] 

Agriculture — Board of 

Agricultural Stock and Produce in 
Newfoundland (Census 1901) ... 
Assembly — House of (see App.)... 
Attorney General (see App.) 
Auditor General and Office 

Bailiffs in St. John's 

Banks in Newfoundland 

Barristers and Solicitors, Supreme 

Court 
Bishops— Churcli of England 

— Roman Catholic 
Block House, Signal Station 
Boards of Education, viz. : (see Ap.) 

Chur:h of England 

Roman Catholic 

Methodist 

Presbyterian ... 
Congregational 

Salvation Army 

Board of Health, St. John's [see 

App.] 

Boards — Road fsee App. ) 
Board of Works ... 

British Ministry- The 

Broker (Authorized (Customs) ... 
Calendar of Months, &c., 1903 ... 
Chief Justice 

Chief Towns and Villages in Nfld. 
(population of) Census 1901 ... 

Circuits ot Court 

Clergymen of the Church of Eng- 
land in Newfoundland ... 
Clergymen of the Church of Rome 
in Newfoundland (see App.) ... 
Clergymen of the Metho't Church 

in Newfoundland 
Clergymen of the Presbyterian 

Church in Newfoundland 
Clergymen of the Cougregational 
Church in Newfoundland 

Clerks of the Peace 

Clerks of the Supreme Court 
Close Time for Fish and Game ... 
Collector of Customs — Assistan t.. 
Colleges, viz. : 

Church of England 

T'neological (Church of Eng,; 



PAGE 

205 
127 

134 
157 

157 
158 

252 
18 

136 
20 

ur-, 

213 

138 
202 
204 
165 

124 
128 
130 
134 
134 
1.34 

22 
187 
183 
16 
156 
4-15 
138 

253 

138 

202 

204 

206 

208 

209 
145 
138 
226 
155 

123 
204 



l'At;E 



Collegps, viz. : 

St. Bonaventure ... ...127- 

Methodist 

Presbyterian ... 
Colonial and Continental Church 
Society 
] Colonial Secretary and Depart- 
ment 
Commissioner of Charities, and 

Office 

Commissioners of Pilots ... 
Commissioners of Supreme Court 

within and Avithout Nfld. ... 139- 
Conimissioners of Wrecked Pro- 
perty [see App.] 
Common Notes for the year 1903. 

Constables — Looal 

Con.stables— St. John's and Out- 
ports 151- 

Consuls — Foreign 

Convents ... ... ... ...205, 

Council of Higher Education 
Courts, viz. : Supreme 
District 
Customs (Sub) Depart, [see App.] 
Deer — Close Time for ... 
Debt — Public, of Great Britain, 

Colonies and Foreign Countries 250, 
Debt — Public, of Newfoundland, 

1892-1902 

Departments, Government, viz. : 
Agriculture and Mines 
Auditor General 
Colonial Secretary 
Commiss'ner of Charities [Sub] 

Education [Sub] 

Finance and Customs 

Justice [.see App.] 

Marine and Fisheries [see Ap.] 

Public Works 

Post Office [Sub] (see App.) .. 
Departmental Officers (see App.) . 
Directory of Nfld. Post Office ... 75- 
Distances — Table of, [Newfound- 
land and Foreign] 240- 

District Courts 

District Surgeons (see App.) 

Eclipses in 1903 

Educational — Government Boards 
of, viz. : [see App.] 

Church of England 

Church of Rome 

Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Congregational 

Salvation Army .,, .,, 



205 
130 
134 

124 

20 

21 
163 

141 

160 

3 

152 

153 
215 
206 
122 
136 
145 
155 
226 

251 

259 

157 

20 

20 

21 

122 

155 

1.36 

159 

183 

24 

17 

120 

245 

145 

22 

3 



124 
128 
130 
134 
134 
134 



II 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Eilucntion — Superintendents of ... 122 

Educational [Sub] Department — 

Government [see App.]... ... 122-185 

Elections, 1900 — Result of (see 
App.) 

Examiners for granting Certifi- 
cates to School Teachers, [see 
App,] 124, 127 

ExMiniuers lor granting Certifi- 
cates to Masters and Mates 

Executive Council [see App.] 

Executive Councils since 1855 (see 
App.) 228-229 



18 



134 

162 
17 



Expenditure— Nfld., 1892 1901-2 

Expenditure — Detailed Compara- 
tive Statement of Newfoundl'd, 
1900-1901,1901-1902 

Exports — Value of Newfoundl'd. 
1892-1902^ : 

Exports — Principal articles of — 
1899-1900 to 1901-1902 

Factories. Mills, &c. , in Nfld., 
[Census 1901] 

Ferries and Ferrymen 

Finance — Department of ... 

Finance Minister ... 

Fiona, s. s 

Fish — Close time for 

Fishermen and Sailor'.s Home 

Fisheries — Bank and Seal 

Fisheries' Board [see App.] 

Fishing Stock, &c. [Ceusus 1901].. 

Fisheries — Value of Canadian and 
Newfoundland, 1899-1900 

Fire Department — Constabulary .. 

Fog Signals — Nfld.. Canadian in 
Nfld. and St. Pierre 

Franked Letters 

Game — Close time for 

Gaols and Gaolers ... 

Government Engineer 

Governor of Newfoundland 

Governors of Nfld. since 1729 . . . 

Governor's Secretary 

Harbor Dues, St. John's 

Harbor Master, St. John's 

Health Officers, St. John's and 
Outports [see App.] 

High and Low Water [time of] in 
Newfoundland Harbors 

Higher Education — Council of ... 

Hospitals— St. John's and Out- 
ports (see 4pp.) 

House of Assembly [see App.] . . . 

Imports — Value of Newfoundl'd, 
1892-1901-2 

Imports— Principal articles of — 
1899-1900 to 1901-1902 

Incorporated Bodies 

Inspector-General of Constabulary 

Inspectors of Pickled Fish and Oils 

Inspectors of Schools 



259 



258 

259 

256 

252 
183 
155 
155 
160 
226 
225 
253 
159 
254 

254 
154 

167,182 

26 

226 

154 

183 

17 

227 

17 

23 

247 
122 

22, 23 
18 

259 

255 
225 
151 
159 
122 



PAGE 

Inspectors of Weights and Mea- 
sures [see A.pp.] 21 

Judges — Supreme Court 138 

Di.strict Courts 145 

Justices of the Peace (see App.).. 145 

Keepers of Halfway Houses ... 183 
Keepers of Lighthouses in New- 
foundland and Canada ... .. 168-181 

King's Counsel (see App.) ... 138 

King's Printer 211 

Latitude and Longitude of various 

Harbors in Newfoundland ... 246 

Law Society 138 

Legislative Acts, 1902-Synopsi.s of 2-35 

Legislative Council ... ... 17 

Light Dues 161,166 

Lighthouses in Nfld., Canadian in 

Nfld. and St. Pierre 167-181 

Lloyds' Surveyor 160 

Loans, Nfld. Debenture and Pub- 
lic Debt, 1892, 1901-'2 259 

Lunatic Asylum [see App.] ... 22 

Magi-strates — Stipendiary 145 

Mails — Information relative to 

route and despatch 70 

Marine and Fisheries — Depart, of. 159 

Do. Minister of 159 
Masters and Mates — Rules rela- 
tive to Examination and Fees 

for Certificates for ... ... 162 

Masters, Supreme Court 138 

Mayor. St. John's 211 

Medical Board 23 

Medi:-al Practitioners in New- 
foundland [see A)ip.] 23 

Mercantile Marine Office 160 

Meteorological Register, 1902 ... 4-15 
Minister of Agriculture and Mines 

[see App.] 157 

" Finance and Customs . 155 

" Justice [see App.] ... 136 

" Marine and Fisheries . 159 

■' Public Works 183 

Ministry— The British . 16 
Money Order Offices, St. John's 

and Outports 29, CI 

Money Orders — Rules relative to 

and Commission ou . 29 

Moon— Phases of 1903 '. 4-15 

Museum ijg 

Municipal — Office and Officers^ 

St. John's 211 

Municipal Assessment, St. John's 212 

New.spai3ers printed in the Colony 218 

Notaries Public [see App.] ..". 150 

Observatory — Keeper of 21 

Officials— Government, viz. : 

Agriculture and Mines, De- 
partment of 157 

Auditor General— Depart, of. 20 
Charities — Public, Sub-De- 
partment of [see App.] ... 21 



INDEX, 



III 



Officials — Government, viz. : 

Colonial Secretary — Depait- 

ment of the 

Constabnlajy ... 
Custoni.s — Branch Depart, of. 
Departmental [see App,] 
Eirlucation — Sub.-Dejiart. of .. 
Finance — Branch Depart, of . 
House of Assembly ... 
Justice — Depart, of [see Ap.] 

Legislative Council 

Legislature 

Lighthouses ] 

Magistracy 

Marine and Fisheries — De- 
partment of [see App,] 
Penitentiary ... 

Police Courts 

Post Office — Sub-Depart, of 

[see App.] 

Postal Telegraphs 

Public Works — Depart, of ... 
Supreme Court 
Parcel Post and Rates 
Patents in force in Newfoundland 

Penitentiary 

Pickled Fish and Oils— Inspectors 

of 

Pillar Bo.xcs in St. John's 

Pilots and Commissioners of Pilots 

Pilotage — Rates of 

Police Force, St. John"s and Out- 
ports 

Poor Asylum, St. John's 

Population of Chief Towns and 

Villages in Ntld., Cen.sus 1901 .. 

Population of Nfld., according to 

Denomination, Census 1901 ... 

Population of Nfld., Male and 

Female, Census 1901 

Population. St. John's, Census 

1901 ■ , 

Port Charges, St. John's 

Postal Rates — Local, Inland and 

Foreign 

Postal Orders 

Postal Telegraphs 

Postmaster-General [see App.] ... 
Post Office— [Sub] Depart, of the 
Post Office Directory 

" General Directions to 

Puldic 

" Parcel Post and Rates 

•' Branch, St. John's ... 

" Pillar Boxes, St. John's 

■' Rules and Regulations 

Post Offices in Outports 

Preventive Officers [see App.] ... 
Proclamations Prohibiting Sale of 

Intoxicating Liquors 

Proclamations nnder Sheep Pro- 
tection Acts 



PAGE 



20 
1.51 
155 

17 
122 
155 

20 
136 

17 

20 

66-181 

145 

159 
154 
145 

24 
120 
183 
138 
31-60 
221 
1.54 

159 

25 

163 

164 

1.51 
22 

253 

252 

253 

17 
161 

26-29 
31 

120 
24 
24 

75-120 

73 

31-60 

25 

25 

25 

61-69 

156 

2-30 

232 



Public Charities- 



PAGE 

-Sub- Depart, of. 21 

Commissioner of 21 

Public Debt of Gt. Britain, Colo- 
nies and Foreign Countries ... 250-251 

Public Debt of Newfoundland— 
1892 to 1901-2 

Public Debt Office 

Public Health Office [see App.] ... 

Public Library, Directors of 

Public Works — Depart, of 
" Minister of 

Quarantine Officers [see App.] ... 

Railroad Mileage [British Empire 
and chief countries of the 
world] 



259 
155 
23 
211 
183 
183 
162 



235 



, and 



.217,21b 



20 
156 
156 
138 

21 

259 



247 
187 

183 

183 

10 



Railway Stations and Fares 
Registrar-General Births, &c 

Office 

Registrar of Shipping 

Registrar Royal Naval Reserve ... 

Registrar of Deeds... 

Relieving Officers in Ovitports ... 

Revenue of Newfoundland, 1892 

to 1901-2 

Revenue of Newfoundland, Com- 
jiaratii'e Detailed Statement of, 

1900-1901, 1901-1902 

Road Boards — Outport [see App.] 
Road Inspector [Acting] — Out- 

2')ort . ... 

Road Inspectors, St. John's 

Royal Family 

Rulers of some of the chief coun- 
tries in the world 

Salvation Army — Officers of. 

Newfoundland ... 
Sanitary Department, St. John's 

Municipal Council 
Seasons 

Sessions of Court 

Schools, viz. : 

Central Training 
Convent 

Holy Cross 

Mount Ca.sliel [Industrial] . . . 

St. Patrick's 

St. Peter's [St. John's] 
Schools — Return of Government . 

Sheriff 

Sheriffs- Deputy, iu Outports ... 
Shipping Master, and Office 
Shipping— Registered, of the prin- 
cipal countries of the world, 

and of Newfoundland 

Shipping— Surveyors of 

Signals— Block House 

Signals of Atlantic S. S. Lines ... 
Solicitors of Supreme Court 
! Stamp Vendors — Licensed 
' Statutes, 1902— Synopsis of 
Steamer Rates [passage], Bay and 
Coastal 218-220 



in 

209 

212 

3 

136 

124 
128, 205, 206 
...128,205 
205 
127 
205 
135 
138 
144 
160 



254 
157 
165 
248 
1.39 
26 
235 



IV 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Sub-Collectors of Customs ... 156 

Suprt-nie Court 136 

Surveyor — Governm't and Lloyds' 160 

fcjurveyors — Deputy Land... ... 157 

Surveyors of Shipping ... ... 157 

Surveyors of Lumber ... ... 158 

Superintendent of Fisheries ... 159 

Superintendents of Education ... 122 

Synod— Diore.san of Nfld. ... 204 

Telegraph Stations — Government 
and Anglo- American ... ...121.217 

Telegraph Operators ... ... 120 

Telegraph Rates [Local and For- 
eign 121, 216, 217 



St. 



PAGE 



245 
164 
155 

212 
213 



Time — Difference of. between 
John's and foreign places 

Towage Rates 

Treasury Board 

Water Companies — 
Harbor Grace ... 
Carbonear 

Water Rates— St. John's, Harbor 

Grace and Carbonear ... 161, 212, 213 

Water— Time of High and Low... 247 

Weights and Measures — Inspec- 
tors of [see App.] ... ... 21 

Wreck Commissioners [see Appen- 

di.\] 160 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Angel, James & Co., Dry Dock, 
(Inside front cover). 

Ayre, John Bulley, Fancy Goods. 

Baine, Johnston & Co., Importers 

Baird, Gordon & Co., Groceries ... 

Bank of Montreal 

Bank of Nova Scotia 

" Big Bass" Tobacco, Hearn& Co.. 
Agents 

Black Diamond Line, Harvey & Co. 
Agents 

Blaiidford, Sidney D., Solicitor ... 

Bowring Brothers, Limited, Ship- 
owners, etc. [before Title jiage]. 

Callahan, Glass <fe Co., Cabinet- 
makers, Upho' ters, etc. 

Carter, Geo. J.. General Importer 

Chaplin, King of Tailors 

Chisholm, J. F. , Stationer, etc.... 

Clouston, Wm. J., Dealer in Tin- 
ware, etc. 

Commercial Union Fire Insurance 
Co., Linnted 

Connors, Frank J., Saddler, eti\ 
[before Title page]. 

Consular Agent for Italy, Henry 
J. Stabb 

Constabulary Fire Department ... 

Cormack, John, Queen Fire In- 
surance Co. 

Courtenay, H., West End Phar- 
macy 

Crocker, Wm. H., Wheelwright... 

Davey, E. H. & G., Contractors, 
Builders, etc 

Dicks & Co. , Book-binders, etc.... 

Dominion Coal Co., Harvey & Co. 
Agents 

Dry Dock, James Angel & Co'py. 
[Inside front cover]. 

Duley, T. J. & Co., Watchmakers 

Evans, Jas. H., Boots and Shoes,. 



PAGE 



'^2 
8 
5 

15 
29 

16 

26 
30 



18 
2 

4 

28 

28 
13 



13 
19 



4 
23 

31 

8 

26 



23 

27 



PAGE 

Finlay, F. W,, Commission Mer- 
chant, etc ... ... ... 25 

Foote, S. J., Barrister-at-Law ... 30 

Frew, Wni., General Importer ... 28 

Garland, S. E,, Bookseller, etc.... 24 

Game Laws ... ... ... 17 

General Miniiig Association, J. J. 

Rogerson, Agent ... ... 18 

Goodridge, Alan & Sons, General 

Merchants and Imiiortcrs ... 7 

Gray & Goodland, Printers, etc., 

[after Index]. 
Hale Method of Painless Dentistry .30 

Harvey & Co., Agents for N. Y., 

etc., Steamship Company ... 26 

Hay ward, A. 0., K. C, Phenix 

In.surance Co. ... ... ... 2 

Hearn & Co., Wholesale Dealers.. 16 

Hutchings, John, Sailmaker ... 22 

"Imperial" Fire Insurance Co., 
Sir Robert Thorbuni. Agent ... 14 

Jackman, The Tailor 10 

Jackson ,& Co., Geu'l Dry Goods, 

Ladies' Coats, etc, 2 

Job Bros. & Co., Importers Brit- 
ish and American Goods ... 1 
Lawrence Brothers, Carriage and 

Sleigh Builders ... ... 22 

Lehr, Dr. A. B., Dentist ... .30 

Lloyds' Surveyor. Geo. Wheatly . 16 

Martin Bros., Auctioneers, Com- 
mission Merchants ... .. 20 

Martin, J. H. k Co., Hardware. , 3 

Maunder, John, Tailor, etc. ... 23 

Murray, Edwin, Commission Mer- 
chant, etc. 29 

Murray, A. H., Importer ... 22 

Mutual Life Insur'ce Co. , of N. Y, 1 1 

Mutual Life Assurance Co'y. of 

Canada 30 

McCoubrey, A. G., Dealer in Tin 
and Enamelled Ware 14 



INDEX. 



McMurdo, T. & Co., Druggists 

Neal, George, Coniniission Mer- 
chant 

NewfoumUanil Boot atid Shoe Co., 
Limited 

Newfouiulland Consolidated Foun- 
dry Company, Limited 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance So- 
ciety, J. H. Monroe. Agent ... 

New Yorlv, NHd., and Halifa.x S.S. 
Co., Harvey & Co., Agents 

Newman's Celebrated Port, Baine 
Johnston <fe Co., Agents 

O'Driscoll, P. C, People'.s Auc- 
tioneer 

Paterson, Downing & Co., Whole- 
sale Provisions, etc. 

Pheni.x Insurance Co., A, 0, Hay- 
ward, K. C, Agent 

Phieni.x Assurance Co. 

Queen Fire Insurance Co. 

Kendell, A. S. & Company, Ship 
Brokers, etc. 

Eenouf, C. H., Notary Public, etc. 

Kendell, W. k G., Agents 

Rogerson, P., k Son, Coal Mer- 
chants, etc. 

Reid-Nlid. Co. [Inside back cover] 

Rennie's Biscuits [back edge]. 

Royal Bank of Canada 



PAGE 

10 
12 
24 
18 

9 
26 

8 
12 
20 

2 

4 
27 

11 

30 

4 



12 



Royal Gazette Printing Office (be- 
fore Title page;. 

Ryan, J. D., General Importer ... 

Royal Insurance Co., Job Bros, 
and Co., Agents 

Sclatcr's, Importers of British and 
Foreign Manufactured Goods ... 

Sclater, James B., Coinnjission 
Agent and Broker 

Sheep Preservation 

Stabb, H. J. Si Co., Estate Agents 
and General Merchants 

Standard Life Insurance Co, 

Stott, Jas., General Inijiorter, etc. 

St. John's Nail Manufacturing Co. 

Sun Insurance Oflice 

Tenipleton, Robert, General Im- 
porter, etc. 

The Royal Bank of Canada 

Thistle D., & Co., Lumber, etc.... 

Thorljuru, Sir Robert, Commis- 
sion Agent, etc. 

Union Marine Insurance Co., Job 
Bros. & Co., Agents 

Vey, J, J., St. John's Nail Manu- 
facturing Co., Limited. 

Washburn, Crosby Co., Flour ... 

West End Pharmacy 

Wheatley. Geo., Lloyds' Surveyor 

Wood's Candy and Fruit Store ... 



PAGE 



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29 
21 

13 
13 
25 
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6 
12 
27 

14 



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13 

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PRINTING.— We are well fitted to do all varieties of job 

PICTURE FRAMING.— We keep a large assortment of 

the newest mouldings. 
RUBBER STAMPS.— We can make you anything you 

require in this line. 
PHOTO GOODS.— W^e keep an up-to-date stock of all 

the sundries needed. 
SCHOOL REQUISITES —Everything usually required 

will be found here. 
S. S. REWARD BOOKS.— Cards, Registers, &c. 
COMMERCIAL and Social Stationery in great variety. 






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