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A YEAR BOOK AND ALMANAC 
OF NEWFOUNDLAND 



1908: 






CONTAINING A CALENDAR AND NAUTICAL 
INTELLIGENCK FOK THE YEAR ; 



AUTHKNTIC AND VALUABLE INFORMATION RELATING 

TO PUBLIC OFFICES, INSTITUTIONS, BANKS, &c., 

OF THE COLONY; TOGETHER WITH A 

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190S. 



Calendar. 











JANUARY, 


1908. 














Phases of the Moon. 


New Moon - 


-3rd day, 6h. 11m., p. m. Full Moon —18th day, 1 Oh. 6m., a m 


First Quarter - 


-10th day, lOh. 22ui., a. in. Last Quarter —26th day, llh. 30ni., a ni 


1st Month. 
31 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. Johns. 


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Sun's Decli- 




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m. s. 


s. 


d. 


a.m. 


p. m. 


a. m. 


p. m. 


1 


1 


Wed. 


S23 5 46.7 


11.14 


3 10.33 


1.200 


27.07 


7 54 


4 12 


5 20 


5 44 


2 


2 


Thur. 


23 1 5.6' 


12.29 


3 39.00 


1.188 


28.07 


7 54 


4 13 


5 57 


6 21 


3 


3 


Fri. 


22 55 56.8' 


13.44 


4 7.35 


1.174 


29.07 


7 54 


4 14 


7 06 


7 30 


4 


4 


Sat. 


22 50 20.6 


14.58 


4 35.35 


1.159 


0.59 


7 54 


4 15 


7 43 


8 07 


5 


5 


Sun. 


22 44 17.2 


15.71 


5 2.97 


1.142 


1.59 


7 54 


4 16 


8 24 


8 48 


6 


6 


Men. 


22 37 46.6 


16.83 


5 30.17 


1.124 


2.59 


7 54 


4 17 


9 04 


9 28 


7 


7 


Tues. 


22 30 49.2 


17.95 


5 56.91 


1.104 


3.59 


7 53 


4 19 


9 AQ 


10 10 


8 


8 


Wed. 


22 23 25.1 


19.06 


6 23.17 


1.U83 


4.59 


7 53 


4 20 


10 30 


10 54 


9 


9 


Thur. 


22 15 34.5 


20.15 


6 48.91 


1.061 


5.59 


7 53 


4 21 


11 20 


11 44 


10 


10 


Pri. 


22 7 17.7 


21.24 


7 14.11 


1.038 


6.59 


7 53 


4 21 


11 52 


16 


11 


11 


Sat. 


21 58 34.8 


22.82 


7 38.75 


1.014 


7.59 


7 53 


4 22 


1 02 


1 26 


12 


12 


Sun. 


21 49 26.3 


23.39 


8 2.79 


0.989 


8.59 


7 52 


4 24 


2 13 


2 37 


13 


13 


Mou. 


21 39 52.3 


2^.44 


8 26.22 


0.963 


9.59 


7 52 


4 25 


3 14 


3 08 


14 


14 


Tues. 


21 29 53.2 


25.48 


8 49.02 


0.936 


10.59 


7 51 


4 26 


4 13 


4 37 


15 


15 


Wed. 


21 19 29.2 


26.51 


9 11.17 


0.909 


11.59 


7 51 


4 27 


4 58 


5 22 


16 


16 


Thur, 


21 8 40.6 


27.53 


9 32.66 


0.881 


12.59 


7 50 


4 29 


5 44 


6 08 


17 


17 


Fri. 


20 57 27.7 


28.54 


9 53.46 


0.852 


13.59 


7 49 


4 30 


6 22 


6 46 


18 


18 


Sat. 


20 45 50.8 


29.53 


10 13.57 


0.823 


14.59 


7 48 


4 32 


7 01 


7 25 


19 


19 


Sun. 


20 33 50.4 


30.50 


10 32.97 


0.793 


15.59 


7 47 


4 34 


7 36 


8 00 


20 


20 


Mon. 


20 21 26.6 


31.47 


10 51.65 


0.763 


16.59 


7 46 


4 36 


8 11 


8 35 


21 


21 


Tues. 


20 8 39.8 


32.42 


11 9.60 


0.733 


17.59 


7 45 


4 37 


8 44 


9 08 


22 


22 


Wed. 


19 55 30.4 


33.36 


11 26.81 


0.701 


18.59 


7 44 


4 39 


9 18 


9 42 


23 


23 


Thur, 


19 41 68.7 


34.28 


11 43.26 


0.670 


19.59 


7 43 


4 40 


9 54 


10 18 


24 


24 


Fri. 


19 28 5.0 


35.19 


11 58.96 


:0.638 


20.59 


7 42 


4 42 


10 30 


10 54 


25 


25 


Sat. 


19 13 49.8 


36.08 


il2 13.89 


0.606 


121.59 


17 41 


4 43 


11 16 


11 40 


26 


26 


Sun. 


18 59 13.3 


36.95 


,12 28.05 


!0.574 


22.59 


I? 40 


4 45 


11 54 


18 


27 


27 


Mon. 


18 44 16.0 


37.82 


12 41.44 


0.541 


23.59 


7 39 


4 46 


1 06 


1 30 


28 


28 


Tues. 


18 28 58,1 


38.66 


12 54.03 


i0.508 


24.59 


7 38 


4 48 


2 39 


3 03 


29 


29 


Wed. 


18 13 20.2 


39.49 


13 5.84 


'0.475 


25.59 


7 37 


4 49 


3 51 


4 15 


30 


30 


Tjiur. 


17 57 22.5 


40.31 


13 16.85 


0.442 


26.59 


7 36 


4 51 


5 04 


5 28 


31 


31 


Fri. 


1 17 41 5.5 


41.10 


13 27.05 


0.408 


27.59 


7 35 


4 52 


5 53 


6 17 






Mete< 


arolog-ical R< 


sg-iste 


r for the 


Moni 


ih of, 


Janu 


ary, 1 


907. 





Barometer— Highest, 30.:,:.U; Lowest, 2P.000 ; Me.iii, 29.860. Thermometer— Highest, 
47.00; Lowest, 0.1; Mean Max. Temperature, 33.11; Mean Min. Temperature, 17.02; Mean, 
j^emperature, 25.18 ; Rainfall (inches), 4.23 ; Prevailing Winds, S. E. &. N. 



CaUndar. 



5 



FEBRUARY, 1908. 



New Moon 
First Quarter- 



2nd day, 
9th day, 



Phases of the Moon. 

5h. 6m., a. m. I Full Moon — 17th day, 5h. 34ni., a. in. 
Oh. .57m., a. m. | Last Quarter — 24th day, llh. 53m., p. m. 



2nd Month. 
20 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. John's 




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Equati 
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Hi 


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d. 


a.m. 


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a. 


m. 


p.m. 


32 


] 


Sat. 


S 1°7 24 29.6 


41.88 13 36.44 


0.374 


28.59 


7 33 


4 


54 


7 


06 


7 30 


33 


2 


Sun. 


17 7 35.2 


42.64jl3 45.01 


0.340 


0.14 


7 32 


4 


56 


7 


25 


7 49 


34 


3 


Moil. 


16 50 22.7 


43.39|13 52.76 


0.306 


1.14 


7 31 


4 


57 


8 


04 


8 28 


35 


4 


Tues. 


16 82 52.6 


44.11:13 59.68 


0.271 


2.14 


7 29 


4 


59 


8 


41 


9 05 


S6 


5 


Wed. 


16 15 5.2 


44.83:14 5.77 


0.237 


3.14 


7 28 


5 


00 


9 


18 


9 42 


37 


6 


Thur. 


15 57 1.0 


45.52 


14 11.03 


0.202 


4.14 


7 27 


5 


01 


9 


40 


10 04 


38 


7 


Fri. 


15 38 40.4 


46.19 


14 15.46 


0.168 


5.14 


7 25 


5 


03 


10 


43 


11 07 


39 


8 


Sat. 


15 20 3.9 


46.84 


14 19.07 


0.133 


6.14 


7 24 


5 


05 


11 


30 


11 54 


40 


9 


Sun. 


15 1 11.9 


47.48 


14 21.86 


0.099 


7.14 


7 22 


5 


07 





08 


32 


41 


10 


Mou. 


14 42 4.8 


48.10 


14 23.83 


0.065 


8.14 


7 20 


5 


09 


1 


30 


1 54 


42 


11 


Tiies. 


14 22 43.1 


48.70 


14 24.99 


0.032 


9.14 


7 19 


5 


10 


2 


33 


2 57 


43 


12 


Wed. 


14 3 7.0 


49.29 


14 25.36 


0.001 


10.14 


7 17 


5 


12 


3 


32 


3 56 


44 


13 


Thnr. 


13 43 17.0 


49.86 


14 24.95 


0.033 


11.14 


7 16 


5 


13 


4 


33 


4 57 


45 


14 


Fri. 


13 23 13.7 


50.41 


14 23.77 


0.065 


12.14 


7 14 


5 


15 


5 


16 


5 40 


46 


15 


Sat. 


13 2 57.3 


50.95 


14 21.83 


0.096 


13.14 


7 12 


5 


17 


5 


58 


6 22 


47 


16 


Sun. 


12 42 28.3 


51.46 


14 19.14 


0.127 


14.14 


7 11 


5 


18 


6 


34 


6 58 


48 


17 


Moil. 


12 21 47.1 


51.96 


14 15.72 


0.157 


15.14 


7 09 


5 


20 


7 


10 


7 34 


49 


18 


Tues. 


12 54.1 


52.45 


14 11.59 


0.187 


16.14 


7 08 


5 


21 


7 


40 


8 04 


50 


19 


Wed. 


11 39 49.6 


52.91 


14 6.76 


0.215 


17.14 


7 06 


5 


22 


8 


11 


S 35 


51 


20 


Thur. 


11 18 34.2 


53.36 


14 1.26 


0.?43 


18.14 


7 05 


5 


23 


8 


52 


9 16 


52 


21 


Fri. 


10 57 8.1 


53.80 


13 55.09 


0.271 


19.14 


7 03 


5 


25 


9 


34 


9 58 


53 


22 


Sat. 


10 3,5 31.8 


54.22 


]3 48.27 


0.297 


20.14 


7 02 


5 


26 


10 


16 


10 40 


54 


23 


Sun. 


10 13 45.7 


54.62 


13 40.82 


0.323 


21.14 


7 00 


5 


27 


10 


58 


11 22 


55 


24 


Mon. 


9 51 50.2 


55.00 


13 32.75 


0.348 


22.14 


6 58 


5 


29 


11 


57 


, 


56 


25 


Tues. 


9 29 45.6 


55.37 


13 24.10 


0.373 


23.14 


6 56 


5 


31 





56 


1 20 


57 


26 


Wed. 


9 7 32.3 


55.72 


1^ 14.87 


0.396 


24.14 


6 54 


5 


32 


2 


26 


2 50 


58 


27 


Thur. 


8 45 10.8 


56.06 


13 5.07 


0.420 


25.14 


6 52 


5 


34 


3 


56 


4 20 


59 


28 


Fri. 


8 22 41.4 


56.38 


12 54.73 


0.442 


26.i;4 


6 50 


5 


36 


4 


52 


5 16 


60 


29 


Sa.. 


8 4.6 


56.68 


12 43.85 


0.464 


27.14 


6 48 


5 


37 


5 


48 


6 ]2 



Meteorolog-ical Eeg'ister for the Month of February, 1907. 

Barometer— Highest, 20.330 ; Lowest, 2S.0S0 ; Mean, 30.000. Thermometer— Highest, 
47.00; Lowest, 00.0; Mean Max. Temperature, 2S.0f> ; Mean Min. Temperature, 15.24; Meaft 
remperatnre, 21.43; Rainfall (inches), 2.59 ; Prevailin.!;- Winds, N. & N. W. 



Caletidar, 



MARCH, 1908. 



Phases of the Moon. 



New Moon — 2nd day, 3h. 26m., ij.ni. 
First Quarter — 9th day, 6h. llm,, p.m. 



Full Moon —17th day, lOh. 5Sm., p.m. 
Last Quarter —2.5th day, 9h. Im., a.m. 



3ed XdONTH. 
31 DAyb. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John's. 





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62 
6.3 
64 
65 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86:26 

87^27 

88;28 

89:29 

90 20 

91 31 



Sun. 

Mon. 

Tiies. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

SUK. 

Mon. 
Tiies. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tue.s. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

oat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 



S 7 37 

7 14 

6 51 

6 28 



42 
18 
55 
32 
S 
45 



3 21 

2 57 



34 
10 
46 
23 



59 

35 
S 12 
NO 11 

35 

58 

1 

1 

2 

2 

2 
3 
3 
4 



22 
46 

9 
33 
56 
19 
43 

6 







20.7 


56.97 


30.2 


57.23 


33.5 


57.48 


31.0 


57.71 


23.2 


57.93 


10.4 


58.13 


53.1 


58.31 


31.6 


58.47 


6.4 


58.62 


37.9 


58.75 


6.3 


58.87 


32.2 


58.96 


55.9 


59.05 


i;.7 


59.13 


37.9 


59.18 


57.1 


59.22 


15.5 


59.24 


33.5 


59.25 


51.3 


59.25 


9.5 


59.23 


31.8 


59.20 


12.2 


59.15 


51.2 


59.09 


28.7 


59.02 


4.2 


58.93 


37.4 


58.83 


8.0 


58.71 


35.6 


58.58 


59.8 


58.43 


20.3 


58.27 


36.8 


58.09 



m. s. 

12 32.46 

12 20.56 

12 8.17 

n 55.30 

11 41.97 

11 28.18 

11 13.97 

10 59.34 

10 44.31 

10 28.91 

10 13.16 

9 57.07 

9 40.67 

9 23.99 

9 7.03 

49.83 

32.41 

14.79 

57.00 

39.06 

20.99 

2.83 

6 44.58 

6 26.27 

7.94 

49.59 

31.24 

12.92 

54.64 

36.42 

18.27 



s. 

0.485 
0.506 
0.526 
0.546 
0.565 
0.583 
0.601 
0.618 
0.634 
0.649 
0.663 
0.677 
''.689 
0.701 
0.712 
0.721 
0.730 
0.738 
0.744 
0.750 
0.755 
0.759 
0.762 
0.763 
0.764 
0.765 
0.764 
0.763 
0.760 
0.758 
0.754 



d. , 
28.141 
29.14; 

0.71| 

1.71 

2.71 

3.71 

4.71 

5.71 

6.71 

7.71' 

8.71 

9.71 6 
10.71i 6 
11.71 
12.71 
13.71 

15.71 
16.71 
17.71 
18.71 
19.71 
20.71 
21.71 
22.71 
23.71 
24.71 
25.71 
26.71 
27.71 



■1, 



m. 
46 
44 
42 
40 
38 
36 
34 
32 
30 
28 
26 
24 
22 
20 
18 
16 
14 
12 
10 
08 
06 
04 
02 
00 
58 
56 
54 
52 
50 
48 
46 



f.m. 
39 

41 



a. m. 


7 06 


7 14 


7 48 


8 22 


9 00 


9 36 


10 20 


11 02 


11 58 


40 


1 54 


3 08 


4 06 


4 54 


5 34 


6 12 


6 50 


7 28 


7 58 


8 28 


9 15 


9 42 


10 36 


11 34 


33 


2 16 


3 28 


4 4] 


5 24 


6 08 


7 06 



p. m. 
7 30 

7 38 

8 12 

8 46 

9 24 
10 00 

10 44 

11 26 



1 04 

2 18 



32 
30 
18 

58 



6 36 
14 



52 
22 
52 
39 



H) 06 

11 00 

11 58 

57 

2 40 

3 52 
5 05 

5 48 

6 32 

7 30 



Meteorological Register for the Month of March, 1907. 

Barometer— Highest, 30.450 ; Lowest, 28.010 ; Mean, 29.940. Thermometer— Highest 
54.00; Lowest, —5 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 30,1S ; Mean Min. Temperature, IT. 00 ■ Mean' 
Temperature, 23.34 ; Rainfall (inches), .'i.54 ; Prevailing Winds, Jf. E. & E. " 



Calendar. 



7 



APRIL, 1908. 



Phases of the Moon. 



New Moou — 1st day, Ih. aim., a.m. 
First Quarter — 8tli day, lli. Im., p.m. 



Full Moon — ICtli day, lli. ■J4iii., ij.ni. 
La.st Quarter — 'J3rd day, 31i. 3(Jm., p. in. 



4J'I1 JtONTU. 

30 Uay.s. 






92' 

9:V' 
94., 
i)o 
96 1 

97i 
98 
99 
1(10 
lol 
lir2 
lii3 
104 
U)^ 
106 

107 
108 
lu9 
110 
111 



1 
2 

■6 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

121 
12 
14 
15 

16: 

17 

18 

19 

20 



112 21 
li:V22 
1 1 4 23 
115 24 



116 

117 
118 
119 



12(i[29 
121130 



Wed. 
Thur. 
Fri. 
Sat. 
Sun. 
Mod . 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Fri. 
iSiit. 

ISb'N. 

Mod. 
Tues. 
Wed. 

Thur. 
Fri. 

Sat. 

>UN. 

Moil. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thuv. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

VVed. 

Thur. 



AwAUENT Noon at Gbeexwjc ii. 



iSt. Jojin's. 



^ 




■M 


ii 






-1 


OJ 


r^ 


Ef 






o 


O 


>, 


•^_ 


n1 




O 


— 



Sun's Uecliiia- 
tion. 



ffi.S 



.9 i 












liigli Water. 



N°429 4S.7 


57.90 


4 52 55. ^ 


57.69 


5 15 57.6 


57.46 


5 38 53.9 


57.21 


6 1 44.2 


56.96 


6 24 28.2 


56.69 


6 47 5.5 


56.40 


7 9 35.7 


56.10 


7 31 58.6 


55.79 


7 54 13.8 


55.46 


8 16 20.9 


55.12 


8 38 19.6 


54.76 


9 9.6 


54 40 


9 21 50.6 


54.01 


9 43 22.2 


53.61 


10 4 44.1 


53.20 


10 25 ■■<>). 


52.78 


10 46 .f>7.6 


52.34 


11 7 48.6 


51.90 


11 28 28. 7 


51.44 


11 48 57.6 


50.96 


12 9 15.0 


50.48 


12 29 20.5 


49.98 


12 49 13.8 


49.46 


13 8 54.6 


48.93 


13 28 22.6 


48.39 


13 47 37.4 


47.84 


14 638.7 


47.27 


14 25 26.3 


46.68 


14 43 59.6 


46.09 



m. 
4 



s. 

0.21 
42.25 
24.42 

6.71 
49.16 
31.77 
14.56 
57.55 
40.77 
24.22 

7.92 
51.89 
36.16 
20.73 

5.63 



9. 
23. 
37. 
51. 

4. 
17. 
29. 
41. 
52. 

3. 
13. 
23. 
32, 
41. 
50. 



s. 
0.750 
0.746 
0.740 
0.735 
0.728 
0.721 
0713 
0.704 
0.694 
0.684 
0.674 
0.662 
0.649 
0.636 
0.622 



607 
591 

575 
558 



d. la. 

0.29]5 

1.29|5 

2.29;5 

3.29:5 

4.2915 

5.29'5 

6.2915 

7.29 5 

8.29 

9.29 

10.29:5 

11.295 

12.29|5 

13.2915 

14.29!5 



15, 

16. 

17, 
18. 



16 u 
51 !o, 
0, 


0, 
0, 

0, 



54o|19, 

522I20 

503 

483 

463 

442 

421 

4(M) 

378 

356 

334 



21, 

22, 

•;,3. 

24. 

25, 
26, 
27, 
28, 
29, 



29 5 
29 5 

29 is 

29 

29 

29 

29 5 

29 1 5 

29i5 

29[5 

29 

29 

'29 

29 

29 



2}.'ni. 


a. m. 


6 24 


7 24 


6 25 


8 02 


6 27 


8 41 


6 28 


9 20 


6 30 


9 58 


6 31 


10 46 


6 33 


11 36 


6 34 


14 


6 35 


1 26 


6 37 


2 34 


6 38 


3 41 


6 40 


4 26 


6 41 


5 12 


6 43 


5 50 


6 44 


6 28 


6 45 


7 07 


6 47 


7 36 


6 4 


8 14 


6 50 


8 51 


6 51 


9 38 


6 52 


10 26 


6 53 


11 30 


6 54 


38 


6 55 


2 02 


6 56 


3 26 


6 57 


4 16 


6 59 


5 08 


7 00 


5 44 


7 01 


6 18 


7 03 


7 06 



p. m. 



48 
26 



9 05 
9 44 

10 22 

11 10 

38 



50 
58 
05 
50 
36 



6 14 

6 52 



7 31 

8 00 

8 38 

9 15 
10 02 

10 50 

11 54 



02 
26 
50 
40 
32 
08 
42 
30 



Equation of Time to be added to Apparent Time to 15th, and subtracted the remaiiide r 
of the month. 



Meteorological Register for the Month of April, 1907. 

ljarouiet«i."— Higliiitst, so.i.ViiO ; Luwe.^t. JS.TSo; Jlean, ■2'.i.vi40. Tluirmometer— Highest, 
jS.iX); Lowest, 1-5.00; Mean Ma.v. Temperature, 3.S.2,5 ; ,'Meau Min. Temperature, 27.00; Mean 
Teraperatiire, .?2,S.t ; Rainfall (inches), 4,'J6; Prevailing Winds, S. E, & K.W. 



Calendar. 



MAY, 1908. 



Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter — 8th clay, Tli., ij2m., ii. in. I 
Full Moon —10th day, Ih., Im., a. lu. | 



Last Q\iarter— 22u<l day, Sh., 4i;.in., p. in. 
New Moon — 29tli day, llh., 44in., \>. m. 



5th Month. 
31 Days. 



>H 



S 



^ 



P 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John's. 



Sun's Decli- 
nation. 



1 


w 


i ^ 




1 TH 


O 






o 




a 




1 


> 






> 1 a 



rt 



OQ 



Hi.-li Water. 



K 



122 


1 


Fri. 


123 2 


Sat. 


124 


3 


Sux. 


125 


4 


Mou. 


126 


5 


Tues. 


127 


6 


Wed. 


128 


7 


Thur. 


129 


8 


Fri. 


130 


9 


Sat. 


131 


10 


Sun. 


132 


11 


Mon. 


138 


12 


Tues. 


134 


13 


Wed. 


135 


14 


Thur. 


136 


1.5 


Fri. 


137 


16 


Sat. 


138 


17 


Sun. 


139 


18 


Mou. 


140 


19 


Tues. 


141 


20 


Wed. 


142 


21 


Tluir. 


143 


22 


Fri. 


144'23 


Sat. 


145'24 


Sun. 


146 25 


Mon. 


147 26 


Tues. 1 


148 27 


Wed. 


14928 


Thur. 


15029 


Fri. 


15130 


Sat. 


152 


31 


Sun. ' 



N15 2 

15 20 

15 38 

15 55 

16 13 
16 30 

16 46 

17 3 
17 19 
17 35 

17 50 

18 6 
18 21 
18 35 

18 50 

19 4 
19 18 
19 31 
19 44 

19 57 

20 9 
20 -I] 
20 33 
20 44 

20 55 

21 6 
21 16 
21 26 
21 36 
i,l 45 



18.4 
22.3 
11.0 
44.2 

1.5 

2.6 
47.1 
14.8 
25.5 
18.8 
54.4 
11.9 
11.1 
51.8 
13.7 
16.5 

0.0 
23.9 
28.0 
12.0 
35.7 
38.8 
21.2 
42.5 
42.6 
21.1 
37.9 
32.7 

5.3 
15.4 

2.9 



45.47 
44.85 
44.21 
43.55 
42.88 
42.20 
41.50 
40.80 
40.08 
39.35 
38.61 
37.85 
37.08 
36.30 
35.51 
34.71 
33.90 
33.08 
32.25 
31.41 
30.56 
29.70 
28.83 
27.95 
27.05 
26.15 
25.24 
24.32 
23.39 
22.45 
21.50 



m. s. . 
2 57.78J 
5.01 
11.70 

17 Sfi 



23.46 
3 28.53 
3 33.04 
3 37.01 
3 40.42 
3 43.27 
45.57 
47.31 
48.49 
49.10 
49.15 
48.63 
47.55 
45.90 
43.68 
40.90 
37.55 
33.65 
'.^9.20 
24.21 
18.68 
12.64 
6.111 
59.07 
51.57 
43.62 
35.24 



s. 1 
0.312J 
0.290| 
0.268; 
0.2451 
0.223 
0.200, 
0.177i 
0.1541 

o.isoj 

0.107! 

0.084 

0.061 

0.037 

0.014 

0.010 

0.033 

0.057 

0.081 

0.104 

0.128 

0.151 

0.174 

0.197 

0.219 

0.241 

0.262 

0.283 

0.303 

0.322 

0.340 

0.358 



d. 

0.85 
1.85 
2.85 
3.85 
4.85 
5.85 
6.85 
7.85 
8.85 
9.85{4 

10.85^4 

11.854 

12.85i4 

13.854 

14.85'4 

15.85 

16.85 

17.85 

18.85 

19.85 

20.8.S 

21.85 

22.85 

23.85 

24.85 

25.85 

26.85 

27.85 

28.85 
0.36 
1.36 



m. 

49 

48 

46 

44 

43 

42 

40 

39 

37 

36 

347 

3217 

31 7 

29 7 

28,7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



4 


27| 


4 


26| 


4 


25 


4 


24 


/ 


23 


4 


22 


4 


21 


4 


20 


4 


19 


4 


18 


4 


18 


4 


17 


4 


16 


4 


15 


4 


15 


4 


14 



m. 
05 
06 
08 
09 
10 
11 
13 
14 
16 
17 
19 
20 
21 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
24 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



9 
10 
11 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
5 
7 
7 



in 

33 

30 

01 

44 

26 

12 

42 

48 1 12 

54 2 18 

56 3 20 

56 4 20 

40 5 04 

26 5 50 

04' 6 28 

43; 7 07 

21: 7 45 

OOJ 8 24 

44i 9 08 

26 9 50 

24 10 48 

20 11 

12 



7 57 

8 54 

9 25 
10 08 

10 50 

11 36 
06 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
5 
6 
7 
7 



51 
56 

50 
42 
20 
58 
06 
34 
18 



44 
36 

2 15 

3 20 

4 14 



06 
44 
22 
30 
58 
42 



Meteorological Register for the Month of May, 1907. 

Barometor—Hij*hest, 30.510 ; Lowest, 29.220; Mean, 30.010. Thennouieter- Highest, 
66.00; Lowest, 27 00; Meiin Max. Temperature, 46.09 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 31. IS; Mea 
Temperature, 38,37 ; Rainfall (inches), 3,33 ; Prerailing Winds, S. & S. E, 



Calendar. 



JUNE, 1908. 



Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter 
Full Moon 



- 7tli day, lli. 25m., a.m. 
-14th day, lOh. 24ni., a.m. 



Last Quarter 
New Moon 



-21st day. 111. .55m. 
-28tli day, 111. Im., 



a.m. 
IJ.m. 



tjTH Month. 
30 D.A.Y,s. 


Apparent Noon 


4.T Greenwich. 


1 

St. John's. 


^ 
g 
>" 


5 

o 

% 




hull's Decli- 




o 

I 1 




15 


03 


i 

ID 


High Water. 


o 


o 


o 


nation. 

- 








o 
o 


1 


rt 
m 














Ui. H. 


s. 


d. 1 a.m. 


p.m. a. m. 


]i. 111. 


153 


1 


Mon. 


N22 '2 27.6 


20.55 


2 26.44 


0.375 


2 36 4 12 


7 43 8 41 


9 05 


154 


•^ 


Tues. 


22 10 29.2 


19 58 


2 17.25 


0.391 


3.36 


4 12 


7 44 9 16 


9 40 


155 


8 


Wed. 


22 IS 7.6 


18.61 


2 7.68 


0.406 


4..33 


4 11 


7 45 9 50 


10 14 


156 


4 


Thur. 


22 25 22 6 


17,63 


1 57.75 


0.421 


536 


4 10 


7 46 10 36 


11 00 


157 


5 


Fii. 


22 32 13.9 


1665 


1 47.49 


0.434 


6.36 


4 10 


7 47 11 26 


11 .50 


158 


6 


Sat. 


22 38 41.6 


15.66 


1 36.91 


0.447 


7.36 


4 09 


7 48 11 52 


16 


159 


7 


Sun. 


22 44 45.5 


1466 


1 26.04 


0459 


8.36 


4 09 


7 49 48 


1 12 


169 


8 


Mon. 


22 .50 25.4 


13.66 


1 14.89 


0.470 


9.36 


4 09 


7 49 1 54 


2 18 


161 


9 


Tues. 


22 55 41.1 


12.65 


1 3.49 


0.480 


1036 


4 08 


7 50 3 00 


3 24 


162 


10 


Wed. 


23 32.7 


1164 


51.85 


0.490 


1136 


4 08 


7 50 3 56 


4 20 


163 


11 


Thur. 


23 5 0.0 


1063 


39.99 


0.498 


12.36 


4 08 


7 50 4 52 


5 16 


164^ 


12 


Fri. 


23 9 28 


9.61 


27.93 


0.506 


13.36 


4 08 


7 -0 5 40 


6 04 


165 


13 


Sat. 


23 12 41 3 


8.59 


15.70 


513 


14.36 


4 08 


7 51 6 28 


6 52 


166 


14 


Sun. 


23 15 55.1 


7.56 


3 31 


.0 519 


15,36 


4 08 


7 51 7 08 


7 32 


167 


15 


Mon. 


23 18 44.3 


6.54 


9.23 


0.525 


16.36 


4 08 


7 52 7 50 


8 14 


168 


16 


Tue.s. 


23 21 90 


551 


21.89 


0.530 


17 36 


4 08 


7 52 8 32 


8 56 


169 


17 


Wed. 


23 23 8.9 


4.48 


34.66 


0.534 


1836 


4 08 


7 .53 9 14 


9 38 


170 


18 


Thiu'. 


23 24 44.1 


3.45 


47.52 


0.537 


19 36 


4 08 


7 53 10 05 


10 29 


171 


19 


Fri. 


23 25 54. 6 


242 


1 45 


0.540 


2036 


4 o8 


7 ,54 10 56 


11 20 


172 


20 


Sat. 


23 26 40.3 


1.39 


1 13. 43 


0.541 


21.36 


4 08 


7 54 11 36 





173 


21 


Sux. 


23 27 1.3 


0.36 


1 26 44 


0..542 


2236 


4 09 


7 54 52 


1 16 


174 


22 


Mon. 


23 26 57.5 


0-68 


1 3945 


0.541 


23,36 


4 09 


7 55 2 (14 


2 28 


175 


23 


Tues. 


23 26 28.8 


1.71 


1 52.43 


0.540 


24 36 


4 09 


7 55 3 16 


3 40 


176 


24 


Wed. 


23 25 35.5 


274 


2 5.37 


0.538 


2536 


4 09 


7 55 4 06 


4 30 


177 


25 


Thur. 


•'3 24 173 


3.77 


2 18.24 


0.534 


2636 


4 10 


7 55 4 55 


5 19 


178 


26 


Fri. 


23 22 34. 5 


4.79 


2 31.00 


0.529 


27.36 


4 10 


7 55 5 34 


5 58 


179 


27 


S8t. 


23 20 27.0 


5.82 


2 43 63 


0.523 


28.36 


4 11 


7 54 6 12 6 36 


180 


28 


Sun. 


23 17 54.9 


6.85 


2 56.10 


0516 


29.36 


4 12 


7 54 7 06 7 30 


181 


29 


Mon. 


23 14 58. 3 


7.87 


3 8.40 


0..508 


81 


4 12 


7 54 7 41 8 05 


182 


30 


Tues. 


23 11 37. 1 


8.89 


3 20.49 


0.499 


1.81 


4 13 


7 54 8 18 8 42 



Equation of Time to be subtracted froiu' Apparent Time to 14tU, and added the remainder 
of the month. 



Meteorological Register for the Month of June, 1907. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.380; Lowest, 29.000; Mean, 30 i20. Thermometer— Highest, 
74.00 ; Lowest 32.00 ; Mean Mas. Temperature, 54.12 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 42.12 ; Meau 
Ttiinperature, 4S.24; Rainfall (inches), S.aS; Prevailing Winds, S. & S, W. 



10 



Ccdendat 



JULY, 1908. 
Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter — ijth day, -Ih. 54ni., p.m. 
Full Moon —13th day, Oh. 17m., p.ui. 



Last Quarter — ioth day, sh. 31iii., a.m. 
New Moon — iSth day, ib. 40m., a.m. 



7TH MO>-TH. 

31 Days. 


Appabest Koon at Gkeeswich. 




St. 


JOHS 


s. 




O 

4-4 

o 
>. 

a 


O 
>> 

a 


Snns Decli- 
nation. 




Ill 


— .i < 


= Si 


High Water. 












m. s. 


S. 


d. 


a.m. 


p. m . 


a. on.li). m. 


183 


1 


Wed. 


N23 7 51.6 


9.90 


3 32.34 


0.488 


2 81 


4 13 


7 54 


8 56 9 20 


184 


2 


Thur. 


23 3 41.7 


10.91 


3 43.93 


0.477 


3.81 


4 13 


7 54 


9 30 9 54 


185 


3 


Fii. 


22 59 7-7 


11.92 


3 55.24 


0.465 


4-31 


4 14 


7 54 


10 02 10 26 


186 


4 


Silt. 


22 54 9.6 


1292 


4 6.24 


0.451 


5.81 


4 14 


7 54 


10 42 11 06 


187 


5 


Svy. 


22 48 47. 6 


1.391 


4 16.91 


0.437 


6.81 


4 15 


7 53 


11 24 11 48 


188 


6 


Mon. 


22 43 1.7 


14.90 


4 27-23 


0.422 


7.81 


4 16 


7 53 


11 40 04 


189 


7 


Tues. 


22 36 52.2 


1588 


4 37-18 


0.406 


8.81 


4 16 


7 .53 


39 1 03 


190 


8 


Wed. 


22 30 19 2 


16.86 


4 46.74 


0.390 


9-81 


4 17 


7 52 


1 56 2 20 


191 


9 


Thur. 


22 23 228 


1783 


4 55-89 


0.373 


10.81 


4 18 


7.52 


3 11 3 35 


192 


10 


Fri. 


22 16 3 3 


1879 


5 4.62 


0.355 


11.81 


4 19 


7 51 


4 12 4 36 


198 


11 


Sat. 


22 8->0.8 


19.75 


5 12,91 


0.336 


12.81 


4 20 


7.51 


5 14 5 38 


191: 


12 


Sun. 


22 15,4 


20-69 


5 20 74 


0.317 


13.81 


4 21 


7 50 


6 06, 6 30 


195 


13 


Mon. 


21 51 47.5 


2163 


5 28. 11 


0.298 


14.81 


4 21 


7 50 


6 58 7 22 


196 


14 


Tues. 


2142 57.1 


22.56 


5 35. 02 


0.278 


15-81 


4 22 


7 49 


7 38: 8 02 


197 


15 


Wed. 


21 33 44.5 


23.48 


5 41.44 


0.2.58 


16-81 


4 23 


7 48 


8 20 8 44 


198 


16 


Thur. 


2124 9.8 


24.40 5 47.:38 


0.237 


17-81 


4 25 


7 47 


9 00 9 24 


199 


17 


Fri. 


21 14 13.4 


25. 30 5 52.81 


0.216 


18.81 


4 26 


7 46 


9 3810 02 


200 


18 


Sat. 


21 3 553 


2620 5773 


0.195 


1981 


4 27 


7 4.5 


10 28 10 52 


201 


19 


Sux. 


20 53 15.8 


2709 6 2.15 


0.173 


20-81 '4 28 


7 44 


11 18 11 42 


202 


20 


Mon. 


20 42 152 


27.96 6 6.05 


0.151 


21.81 


4 29 7 43 


24 


203 


21 


Tue.s. 


20 30 .53.6 


2883 6 9.42 


0.129 


22-81 


4 30 


7 42 


1 18 1 42 


204 


oo 


Wed. 


20 19 11.3 


29-69 6 1224 


0.106 


23-81 


4 31 


7 41 


2 28 2 52 


205 


23 


Thur, 


20 7 8.6 


30-54 


6 14.51 


0.083 


24 81 


4 32 


7 40 


3 38 4 02 


206 


24 


Fri. 


19 54 45.6 


31.38 


6 16.23 


0.059 


25.81 


4 33 


7 39 


4 24 4 48 


207 


25 


Sat. 


19 42 2.6 


.3220 


6 1737 


0.035 


26.81 


4 35 


7 38 


5 11 5 35 


208 


26 


Sux. 


19 29 0.0 


33.01 


6 17. 93 


0.011 


27.81 


4 36 


7 37 


5 52 6 16 


209 


27 


Mon. 


19 15 38.0 


33.81 


6 17-90 


0.014 


28 81 


4 37 


7 36 


7 06 7 30 


210 


28 


Tues. 


19 156.8 


34.61 


6 17-28 


0.039 


0.20 


4 38 


7 35 


7 18 7 42 


211 


29 


Wed. 


18 47 56.8 


35.39 


6 16-06 


0.064 


1.20 


4 39 


7 34 


7 53 8 17 


212 


30 


Thur. 


18 33 38.1 


36-16 6 14.23 


0,089 


2.20 


4 40 


7 32 


8 27 8 51 


213 


31 


Fri. 


18 19 1.2 


36.91 


6 11.80 


0.115 


3.20 


4 41 


7 31 


9 00 9 24 



Meteorological Register for the Month of July, 1907. 

Barometer— Highest, 30.300; Lowest iy.500 ; Mean, 30.000; Tliermoineter— Highest 
76.00 ; Lowest. -16.00 : Mean Max. Temperature, 62.01 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 52.11 ; Mean' 
Temperature, -57. 12 ; Rainfall (inches), 3.97 ; Prevailing "Winds, N. E. & S. E. 



Calendar. 



11 



AUGUST, 1908. 



Phases of the Moon. 

First Quarter — 5Hi day, Oh., 9m., a. m. | Last Quarter — 18th day, 5h., 55m., p. m. 
Full Moon —12th (lay, Ih., 28m., a. m. | New Moon — 2(ith.day, 7h,, 28m., p. m. 



8th Month. 
31 Days. 


Apparent Noon ai 


Greenwich. 




Sl 


. John's. 


u 


5 


4 






O a; fc^ 




» 










1 


^ 

"s 


Sun's Decli- 
nation. 


•3.2 


ition 
e tOb 
I to A 


si 


31 


.2 


03 


High Water. 




OS 






";2 


5,.S «^ 

e3 


«i 


1 


iJQ 


S 




a 


Q 


P 



















1 












m. s. 


s. 


d. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


a. m. 


p. m' 


214 1 


Sat. 


N18 


4 


6.3 


3^66 


6 8.74 


0.141 


4.20 


4 42 


7 30 


9 34 


9 58 


215 2 


Sun. 


17 


48 


53.7 


38.39 


6 5.05 


0.167 


5.20 


4 43 


7 29 


10 12 


10 36 


216 3 


Men. 


17 


33 


23.7 


39.11 


6 0.75 


0.192 


6.20 


4 45 


7 27 


10 41 


11 05 


217 4 


Tues. 


17 


17 


36.6 


39.81 


5 55.83 


0.218 


7.20 


4 46 


7 26 


11 24 


11 48 


218 5 


Wed. 


17 


1 


32.7 


40.51 


5 50.29 


0.243 


8.20 


4 48 


7 24 


11 54 


18 


219 6 


Thur. 


16 


45 


12.3 


41.19 


5 44.14 


0.269 


9.20 


4 49 


7 23 


1 12 


1 36 


220 7 


Fri. 


16 


28 


35.8 


41.85 


5 37.37 


0.295 


10.20 


4 50 


7 21 


2 32 


2 56 


22ll 8 


Sat. 


16 


11 


43.4 


42.51 


5 29.99 


0.320 


11.20 


4 51 


7 20 


3 48 


4 12 


222 9 


Sun. 


15 


54 


35.5 


43.15 


5 22.01 


0.345 


12.20 


4 53 


7 18 


5 06 


5 30 


223 10 


Men. 


15 


37 


12.3 


43.78 


5 13.45 


0.369 


13.20 


4 54 


7 16 


5 56 


6 20 


224 11 


Tiies. 


15 


19 


34.1 


44.40 


5 4.30 


0.393 


14.20 


4 55 


7 15 


6 48 


7 12 


225 12 


Wed. 


IE 


1 


41.3 


45.00 


4 54.59 


0.416 


15.20 


4 57 


7 14 


7 26 


7 50 


22fi 13 


Thur. 


14 


43 


34.2 


45.59 


4 44.32 


0.439 


16.20 


4 57 


7 12 


8 04 


8 28 


227,14 


Fri. 


14 


25 


12.9 


46.18 


4 33.50 


0.462 


17.20 


4 59 


7 10 


8 40 


9 04 


228 15 Sat. 


14 


6 


37.8 :46.74 


4 22.15 


0.483 


18.20 


5 00 


7 08 


9 18 


9 42 


229 Ifi Sun. 


13 


47 


49.2 


47.30 


4 10.30 


0.r)04 


19.20 


5 01 


7 07 


10 04 


10 28 


230 17 


Moil. 


13 


28 


47.4 


47.84 


3 57.94 


0.525 


20.20 


5 02 


7 06 


10 50 


11 14 


231 


18 


Tues. 


13 


9 


32.8 


48.37 


3 45.09 


0.547 


21.20 


5 04 


7 04 


11 50 





232 


19 


Wed. 


12 


50 


5.5 


48 89 


3 31.76 


0.565 


22.20 


5 05 


7 02 


40 


1 04 


23g 


20 


Thur. 


r^ 


30 


25.9 


49.40 


3 17.95 


0.585 


23,20 


^07 


7 00 


1 56 


2 20 


234 


21 


Fri. 


12 


10 


34.4 


49.89 


3 3.69 


0.604 


24.20 


5 C8 


6 58 


3 14 


3 38 


235 


22 


Sat. 


11 


50 


31.2 


50.37 


2 48.99 


0.622 


25.20 


5 10 


6 56 


4 04 


4 28 


236 


23 


Sun. 


11 


30 


16.6 


50.84 


2 33.84 


0.640 


26.20 


5 11 


6 54 


4 54 


5 18 


237 


24 


Men. 


11 


9 


51.1 


51.29 


2 18.26 


0.658 


27.20 


5 13 


6 52 


5 32 


5 56 


238 


25 


Tues. 


10 


49 


14.9 


51.73 


2 2.26 


0.675 


28.20 


5 14 


6 50 


.6 08 


6 32 


239 


26 


Wed. 


10 


28 


28.3 


52.15 


1 45.86 


0.692 


29.20 


5 16 


6 48 


7 06 


7 30 


•240 


27 


Thur. 


10 


7 


31.7 


52.56 


1 29.07 


0.708 


0.54 


5 17 


6 46 


7 36 


8 00 


241 


28 


Fri. 


9 


46 


25.5 


52.95 


1 11.89 


0.724 


1.54 


5 18 


6 44 


8 08 


8 32 


242 


29 


Sat. 


9 


25 


9.9 


53.34 


54.34 


0.739 


3.54 


5 20 


6 42 


8 36 


9 00 


243 


30 


Sun. 


9 


3 


45.3 


53.70 


36.44 


0.753 


3.54 


5 21 


6 41 


9 14 


9 38 


244 31 


Moil. 


8 


42 


12.1 


54. 06 


18.20 


0.767 


4.54 


5 22 


6 39 


9 40 


10 04 



Meteorological Register for the Month of August, 1907. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.250 ; Lowest, 29.460; Mean, 29.060. Thermometer- Highest, 
SO.OO ; Lowest, 40,00; Mean Max. Temperature, 04.11 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 51.15; Mean 
Temperature, 57..30 ; Rainfall (inches), 4..S1 ; Prevailing Winds, S. W. & S. B., 



12 



Calendar. 



SEJPTEMBER, 1908. 



Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter — 3r<l. day, 5h. 20in., p.m. 
Full Moon — 10th day, Sh. 52m., a.m. 



Last Quarter — 17th day, 7h. 2m., a.m. 
New Moon — 25th day, llh. 28m., a.m. 



Oth Month. 
30 Days. 



o 
O 



Apparent Noon at Geejenwich. 



g: Sun's Declina- 
=" tion. 






las'- 









to 



St. John's. 

•f. 

"^ High Water. 

7: 



245 


1 


Tubs. 


246 


2 


Wed. 


247 


3 


Thur. 


248 


4 


Fri. 


249 


5 


Sat. 


250 


6 


Sun. 


251 


7 


Men. 


252 


8 


Tue.s. 


253 


9 


Wed. 


254 


10 


Thur. 


255 


11 


Fri. 


256 


12 


Sat. 


257 


12 


Sun. 


258 


14 


Moil. 


259 


15 


Tues. 


260 


16 


Wed. 


261 


17 


Thuv. 


262 


18 


Fri. 


263 


19 


S.at. 


264 


20 


"^UN. 


265 


21 


Men. 


266 


■J 2 


Tues. 


267 


23 


Wed. 


268 


24 


Thur. 


269 


25 


Fri. 


270 


26 


Sat. 


271 


27 


.^UN. 


272 


28;. Moil. 1 


273 


29 


Tues. 


274 


30 


Wed. 



N8 20 
7 58 
7 36 
7 14 
6 52 
6 30 
6 7 
545 
5 22 
4 59 
4 37 
4 14 
3 51 
3 28 
3 5 
2 42 
219 
1 55 
132 
1.9 
45 
N 2-1 
S 
24 

47 

1 11 
134 

1 57 

2 21 
2 44 



30.5 
40.9 
43.8 
39.3 
27..- 

9.7 
45.3 
14.9 
38.8 
57.3 
10.8 
19.5 
23.6 
23.6 
19.7 
12.2 

1.5 
47.9 
31.7 
13. .3 
.^3.0 
31.1 
52.0 

1.T.9 

411.4 
4.9 
29.2 
52.9 
1.-1.5 
36.9 



54.40 
54 72 
55.03 
55.33 
55.62 
55.89 
56.14 
56.39 
56.62 
50.83 
57.0:1 
57.23 
57.41 
57.58 
57.74 
57.88 
58.01 
58.12 
58.-J-J 
.58.31 
5S.38 
58.44 
58.48 
58 51 
58 52 
58.52 
58.5(1 
58.47 
58.42 
58.35 



m. s. 

19 
38 
57 



s. 
0.780 
0.793 
0.805 
X.817 
.6810.827 
.66J0.837 



17 
37 

57. 88 {(I 846 
18.3110.855 
38 



S.9] 
.68 



20 

41 

)> 

2B 

45 

6 

27 

48 

9 



6 31 

6 52 

7 13 
7 33 

7 54 

8 15 
8 35 

8 55 

9 15 
9 35 
9 55 



0.862 
0.868: 
0.873' 
0.877' 
881' 
0.883 
0.885 
0.885 
0.885 
0.883 
0.881 
.07J0.879 
.1310.875 
.09!o,871 
.94'0.866 
66|0.860 
23i0.854 



.59 
.70 
7 
.08 
.32 
.56 
.78 
.9.0 



.65 
.89 
.9l' 
.73 
39 



0.847 
0.839 
0.880 
0.821 
0.811 



d. 

5.54 
6.54 

7.54 

8-54 

9.54 

10.54 

11-54 
12.54 

13.54 
14.54 
15.54 

16.5) 

17.54 

IS. 54 

19.54 

20.54 

21.54 

22.54 

23.54 

24.54 

25.54 

26.54 

27.54 

28.54 

29.54 
0.88 
1.88i5 
2.8816 
3.88 6 
4.88l6 



m. 
23 
24 
26 
27 
iS 
30 
31 
32 
H4 
35 
36 
38 
39 



40, 6 



46j6 
48, 6 
49; 5 

5^^! 5 

5315 

S5,5 
56 5 

5715 

58 5 

00 5 

01 5 

02 5 



m. 

37 

35 

33 

31 

29 

27 

25 

23 

21 

19 

17 

15 

13 i 

111 

08; 

06l 

04! 
021 
oo| 

58i 

56i 

54; 

52 

50 

4 

46 

44 8 

42: 8 

40 9 

38110 



a. 
10 
10 
11 



1 

3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
7 
8 

9 

10 

n 

2 
2 
3 
4 
5 
5 

6 

7 
7 



16110 40 

56|ll 20 

55 



i2\ 

58: 

54 

54 

54 

36 

16 

55 

24 

04 

-5 

36 

28 

16 

04 

56 

47 

30 

12 

45 

18 

06 

42 

1:1 

46 

24 

00 



o(i 
22 
18 
18 
18 
00 
40 
19 
48 
28 
09 
00 
52 
40 
28 
20 
11 
54 
36 
09 
42 
30 
06 
38 
10 
48 
24 



Meteorological Register for the Month of September, 1907. 

Barometer— Hi<;hest, 30.380; Lowest, 20.150; Mean, 29.S20. Tlierniometer--Hifhest 
73.00 ; Lowest, 34.00 ; Mean Max. Temper.ature, 5S.2S ; Mean Min. Temperature, 44.25 ;''Mean! 
I'emperature, 51.34; Rainfall (iiuOie-;"). 1.112; Prevnilin.L; Winds, S. \- S. W. 



Calendar. 



13 



OCTOBER, 1908, 



Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter - 
Full Moon 



3ri:l day, 2h. 43iii., a.m. 
Otli day, 5h. 32m., p.m. 



Last Quarter — 17th day, 
New Moon — 25tli day, 



Oh. 4ni., a.m. 
3h. 16m., a.m. 



!^ 10th Month. | 
31 DAVb. 


Appakext Noon at Greenwich. 




St. John's. 




CM 1 

o 


5 
c 
o 

£i 

o . 

Pi 


1 




Sun's Declina- 
tion. 




nil 




5 c 
3 


a 


Hi 


ih Water. 












m.s. s. 


<l. , a. 


m. 


V- 


m. 


a. 


m. 


f. m. 


275 


1 


Thur. 


S 3 '7 56.5 


5S 27 


10 14.66 0.800 


5.88 


6 


03 


5 


37 


10 


45 


11 09 


276 


2 


Fii. 


3 31 14.(1! 


58 1 8 


10 33.73 


0.788 


6.68 


6 


05 


5 


34 


11 


45 





•277 


3 


Silt. 


3 54 29.(1 


58.07 


1(1 52.51 


0.776 


7.88 


6 


06 


5 


32 





36 


1 00 


278 


4 


Sun. 


4 17 41. '2 


57.94 


11 10.98 


0.763 


8.88 


6 


(.8 


5 


30 


2 


14 


2 38 


279 


5 


Moll. 


4 40 50.1 


57.80 


11 29.12 


0.749 


9.88 


6 


09 


5 


28 


3 


50 


4 14 


•J8" 


fi 


Tiles. 


5 3 55.5 


57.64 


11 46.92 


0.734 


](..88 


6 


1(' 


5 


26 


4 


48 


5 12 


281 


7 


Wed. 


5 26 57.0 


57.47 


12 4.34 


0.717 


11.38 


6 


12 


5 


24 


5 


46 


6 10 


•282 


8 


Tliuv. 


5 49 54.2 


57.29 


12 21.36 


0.701 


12.88 


6 


13 


5 


22 


6 


24 


6 48 


283 


9 


Fii. 


6 12 46.9 


57.09 


12 37.97 


' .683 


13.88 


6 


15 


5 


20 


7 


02 


7 26 


284 


10 


Silt. 


6 35 34.7 


56.88 


12 54.12 


0.664 


14.88 


6 


1% 


5 


18 


7 


36 


8 00 


285 


11 


Sun. 


6 58 17.1 


56.65 


13 9.82 


0.644 


15.88 


6 


17 


5 


16 


8 


10 


8 34 


286 


12 


Moil. 


7 20 53.9 


56.41 


13 25.03 


0.623 


16. S8 


6 


19 


5 


14 


8 


50 


9 14 


287 


13 


Tiies. 


7 43 24.8 


56.15 


13 39.73 


o.6(ii 


17.88 


6 


2 


5 


13 


9 


30 


9 54 


288 


14 


Wed. 


8 5 49.3 


55.83 


13 53.88 


0.578 


18.88 


6 


22 


5 


10 


10 


22 


10 46 


28P 


15 


Tluir. 


8 28 7.2 


55.60 


14 7.47 


0.555 


19.88 


6 


23 


5 


(8 


11 


14 


11 38 


290 


Ifi 


Fri. 


8 5o 18.0 


55.30 


14 20.50 


0.631 


20.88 


6 


25 


5 


(^6 


11 


57 


21 


291 


17 


Sal. 


9 12 21.4 


54.98 


14 32^94 


0.506 


21.88 


6 


26 


5 


( 5 


1 


14 


1 38 


292 


18 


Sun. 


9 34 17.0 


54.65 


14 44'.76 


0.480 


22.88 


6 


28 


5 


03 


2 


16 


2 40 


293 


19 


Moil. 


9 56 4.4 


54.30 


14 55.97 


0.454 


23.88 


6 


3( 


5 


00 


3 


2(' 


3 44 


294 


2(1 


Tiies. 


10 17 43.3 


53.93 


15 6.54 


0.427 


24.88 


6 


31 


4 


59 


4 


02 


4 26 


29s 


I2I 


Wed. 


10 39 13.1 


53.55 


15 16.45 


0.399 


25.88 6 


33 


4 


56 


4 


44 


5 08 


296 


,22 


Thiiv. 


11 33.5 


53.15 


15 25.69 


0.371 


•i6.88'fi 


34 


4 


55 


5 


20 


5 44 


297 


[•>3 


Fri. 


11 21 44.1 


52 73 


15 34.25 


0.34^^ 


27 88 6 


35 


4 


53 


5 


57 


6 21 


298 


24 


Sat. 


11 42 4'J.5'52.30 


15 42.11 


0.313 


28.88. 6 


37 


4 


52 


6 


34 


6 58 


299 


25 


Sun. 


12 3 3J.:i 51.84 


15 <19.27 


0.283 


0.22 (i 


38 


4 


50 


7 


06 


7 30 


300 


26 


M oil . 


12 24 13.0,51.37 


15 55 72 


i'.253 


1.22 6 


40 


4 


48 


7 


54 


8 18 


,3(11 


27 


Tues. 


12 44 40.2'50.89 


:6 1.43 


(i.'223 


2.22 6 


41 


4 


47 


8 


34 


8 58 


302 


■28 


Wed. 


13 4 55.5'50.38 


16 6.42 


0.192 


3.22i 6 


42 


4 


46 


9 


10 


9 34 


303 


,29 


Tliiir. 


13 24 58.5 49.86 


16 10.66 


0.161 


4.22 6 


44 


4 


44 


9 


50 


10 14 


304 


20 


Fii. 


13 44 48.7,49.32 


16 14.15 


0.120 


5.22 6 


45 


4 


43 


10 


41 


11 05 


305 


31 


Sat. 


14 4 25.8 


48.76 


16 16.88 


0.098 


6.22 


6 


47 


4 


41 


11 


38 






Meteorological Register for the Month of October, 1907. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.:)1() ; Lowest, 29.150; ."Mean, 30.010. Thermometer— Highest, 
(iO.OOO; Lowest, 25.(3 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 54.01 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 39.03 ; Mean, 
reniperature, 4(i.l3 ; Rainfall (inches), 12.00; Prevailing Winds, 8. \V. & S. E. 



14 



Calendar. 



NOVEMBER, 1908. 



Phases of the Moon- 
First. Quarter— 1st day, lOh. 4.5m., a. m. I La.st Quarter —15th day, 8h. lOra., p. m. 
Full Moon — Sth day, 4h. 27m,, a. iii. | New Moon —23rd day. Oh. 22m., p. m. 
Fir.st Qiiiirt.er— .iOtli day, (Ih. ]3ni., p. m. 



llTH Mo>fTH. 
30 Davs. 



Appaeent Noox at Greenwich. 



St. John's 



et-r 
O 

>> i 

(3! 



^ 



I Sun's Declina- 
tion. 



O-r; 



Ills 



SO 

> 



to 



o 

o 



I .2 

i § 



OS 
C 
OS 



High Wator. 



306 
307 
308 
309 
310 
311 
312 
313 
314 
315 



] 


Sun. 


2 


Mon. 


3 


Tues. 


4 


Wed. 


5 


Thur. 


6 


Fri. 


7 


Sat. 


8 


Sun. 


9 


Moil. 



10 



316 ,11 



317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
330 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 



Tues. 

Wed. 

Thnv. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Moil . 

Tiie.s. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 



24!Tues. 
25; Wed. 
26 Thur. 
27'Fri. 
28;Sa„ 
29'SUN. 
30 Mon. 



14 23 

14 42 

15 1 
15 20 
15 38 

15 57 

16 15 
16 32 

16 49 

17 7 
17 23 
17 40 

17 56 

18 12 
18 27 
18 42 

18 57 

19 12 
19 20 
19 40 

19 53 

20 7 
20 19 
20 33 
20 44 

20 55 

21 7 
21 17 
21 28 
21 38 



49.2 
58.6 
53.6 
33.7 
58 7 
8.0 
1.3 
38 
58.5 
1.5 
47.1 
14.8 
24.2 
14.9 
24.2 
.'■|8.9 



48. 
47. 
46. 
46. 
45. 
45. 
44. 
43. 
42. 
42. 
41. 
40. 
40. 
39. 
38. 
37. 



ril 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 



51.3136, 

23.5135.9 

£5.1'35. 



25.7 
54.9 

2.4 
47.7 
10.5 
10.5 
47.3'2S 

0.527 
49.8126 
14.8:25 
15.324 



26 16 
53,15 
77 15 
00(15 
22 15 
42115 
60 15 
76,14 
ljl4 
05 14 
16ll4 
26 14 
35:13 
42 13 
48 13 
52,12 
5412 
55112 
55ill 
53,11 
50 11 



18.83' 
20.03 
20.41 
2ii.01 
18.80 
16.78 
13.93 
10 25 
5.73 
0.35 
54.12 
47.02 
39 06 
30.23 
20.. 55 
10.00 
58.60 
46.34 
.13.23 
19.29 
4.52 
48.94 
32.56 
15.39 
57.45 
38.77 
19.35 
59.23 
38.43 
16.96 



s. 

0.065 
0.033 
O.OOU 
0.034 
0.067 
0.101 
0.136 
0.171 
(I.2U6 
0.242 
0.278 
0.314 
0.35U 
0.385 
0.421 
0.457 
0.493 
0.529 
0.564 
0.598 
0.632 
0.666 
0.699 
0.732 
0.763 
0.794 
0.824 
0.853 
0.881 
0.908 



d. 

7.22 
8.22 
9,22 

10.22 

11.22 

12.22 

13.22 

14.22 

15.22 

16.22 

17.22 

18.22 

19.22 

20.22 

21.22 

22.22 

23.22 

24.22 

25.22!7 

26.22|7 

27. 22^7 

28.2217 

29.2217 
0.597 
1.597 
2.59,7 
3.59i7 
4.59 7 
5.59 7 
6.59 7 



a-mAy-m. 



48^4 
50j4 

52 j 4 

53 i 4 
55|4 
57|4 
5814 

oo!4 

02;4 

03:4 

05'4 

06i4 

08 

09 

11 

12 

14 

15 

17 

18 

19 

21 

22 

23 

24 

26 

27 

29 

30 

31 



39 
37 
35 
34 
32 
30 
29 
28 
26 
25 
23 
22 



4 21 


4 20 


4 19 


4 18 


4 16 


4 15 


4 14 


4 13 


4 12 


4 11 


4 11 


4 10 


4 10 


4 09 


4 03 


4 07 


4 07 


4 06 



a.m. 
31 


2 07 


3 20 


4 34 


5 19 


6 04 


6 4(' 


7 16 


7 55 


8 34 


9 17 


10 00 


10 48 


11 44 


18 


1 26 


2 24 


3 24 


4 06 


4 50 


5 28 


6 06 


7 06 


7 36 


8 16 


8 57 


9 42 


10 28 


U 21 


03 



■p.m. 
55 

2 31 

3 44 

4 58 

5 43 

6 28 

7 04 

7 40 

8 19 

8 58 

9 41 

10 24 

11 12 

42 



50 

48 



30 
14 
52 
30 
' 30 
i 00 
40 
•9 21 
10 06 

10 52 

11 45 
27 



Meteorological Reg'ister for the Month of November, 1907. 

Barometer— Highest, SO.toO ; Lowest, 29.210; Mean, 2P.940. Thermometer— Highest, 
riS.Oi); Lowest, -^i.OO : Mean Max. Temperature, 42.28; Mean Min. Teniperature, 32.04 ; Mean. 
Temperature, 37.32; Rainfall (inches), J.'jCt \ Prevaiiing Winds, . 



ValenciaT. 



1^ 



DE3CEIVIBER, 1908. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Full Moon 
Last Quarter 



- Ttli clay, (ill. 13iii., j<. iii 
-15tli day, Oil. 42iii., p in 



New Moon — ionl day, .Sli. lOiii., a. iii. 
First Quarter- 30tli (lay, I'li. Hiii.. a. in. 



12th Month. 
31 Days. 



o 



336 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
352 
353 



254 19 



355 
356 
357 

358 
359 

360 
361 
362 
363 



lOThuv. 
lliB'ri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Tliur. 

Pii. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 



25 
26 
27 
28 
364129 
365J30 
366 j31 



Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Tuur. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



Sun's Decli- 
nation. 



>> 




1 


Tues. 


2 


Wed. 


3 


Thur. 


4 


Fri. 


5 


Sat. 


6 


Sun. 


7 


Mob. 


8 


Tues. 


9 


Wed. 



S21 47 

21 57 

22 5 
22 14 
22 21 
22 29 
22 36 
22 43 
22 49 

22 54 

23 
23 4 
23 9 
23 13 
23 16 
23 19 
23 21 
23 23 
23 25 
23 26 
23 26 
23 27 
23 26 
23 25 

23 :4 
23 22 
23 20 
23 17 
23 14 
23 10 
23 6 




St. John s. 



« <» HiKli Water. 



19.6 
47.3 
46.9 
18.4 
21.7 
56.7 
3.4 
41.9 
52.0 

33.7 
47.2 
32.4 
49.4 
38.4 
59.4 
52.5 




oil. 9 2:3. 4h 10 
1.3 22.41 10 

46.4 21.34 10 
5.8 20.27 9 

59.319.18 

26.6,18.09 

27.6 16.99 
2.0 15 
7.7 14.76 

50.4 13.63 
4.0^12.60: 

50.3111.36 
9.2 10.21 
0.4 9.06 

23.9 7.90 
6.74 
5.57 
) 4.1 

3.22 
2.05 
0.87 
0.31 
1.49 



il. a. 

935 7.59 7 

96(1 8.59 7 

985 9.59 7 

OU9;10.59 7 

032 11.5917 

12.59 7 

13.5917 

14.59|7 

15.59 7 

16.59J7 

17.59I7 

18.59 

19.59 

.195;20.59 

.207121.59 

.2I8i22.59i/ 

.227:23.5917 

.235i24.59'7 

.242125.59 7 

.247j26.59|7 

.251I27.59I7 

.253128. 59^7 

253 0.01 J7 

1.01 7 

2.0i;7 

3.ni!7 

4.(ili7 

5.0l|7 

6.0117 

7.01 7 

8.01I7 



m. 


P- 


m. 


a. m. 


p. m. 


33 


4 


05 


1 


26 


1 50 


34 


4 


05 


1 


41 


2 05 


35 


4 


U5 


3 


66 


4 20 


37 


4 


04 


4 


44 


5 08 


38 


4 


04 


5 


33 


5 57 


39 


4 


04 


6 


12 


6 36 


4(1 


4 


03 


6 


51 


7 15 


41 


4 


03 


7 


30 


7 54 


42 


4 


(13 


8 


10 


8 34 


43 


4 


(i3 


8 


49 


9 13 


44 


4 


(13 


9 


28 


9 52 


45 


4 


U3 


lU 


12 


10 36 


46 


4 


(12 


10 


54 


11 18 


47 


4 


(12 


11 


36 





48 


4 


02 





10 


34 


49 


4 


02 


1 


09 


1 33 



49 
50 
50 
51 
51 
52 
52 
52 
52 
53 
53 
53 
53 
54 
54 



03 
03 
04 
04 
05 
05 
06 
07 

07 
08 
09 



34 
36 
21 
05 
54 



101 
12 
57 
41 

5 30 

6 18 
07 
56 

32 i 

oSj 

58:10 22 
lOilO 48 U 12 
lllll 43i 



2 
3 
3 
4 



6 42 

7 30 

8 20 

8 56 

9 32 



11 
12 



21 

1 42 



45 
2 06 



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



Meteorolog'ical Register for the Month of December, 1907. 

Barometer— Highest, .SO. -220 ; Lowest, 2.S.n(W ; Mean, Cf^.080. Tliermonieter— Highest 
58.00; Lo\TOst, ri.W; M<vinMax. Tminperature, .3.5.13; Mean Mjn. Tempflrature, 27.01 ; Jlean 
rcjBjwature, .'il.U ; R^lnfall (inches), 3.74 ; Pn^vHilinft Wfnd.s" fi- 'W, &. N. E. 



16 The Royal Famihj. — The British Minisiry. 

Ct)c iHopal iramilp. 

His Majesty Edward VII., R. I., by the Grace of God, of tlie United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of all tlie British Dominions 
lieyond the Si-as, King, Defender of the Faith, Eni]ieror of India, horn 9th 
of Novenibei', 1841 ; succeeded to tlie Throne January 22rjd, 1901 ; rroumed 
August 9tli, 19U2 ; married 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 ; born January 8th, 
1864 ; died 14th Jannary, 1892. 

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

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

2. Prince Albert, born December 14th, 1895. 

3. Princess Victoria Alexandra, bor7i April 25th, 1897. 

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

5. Prince Gfntge, horn December 20th, 1902. 
6 Prince .b.lui, boru July 12th, 1905. 

3. H. R. H. Princess Louise, born Felnaiary 20th, 1867 ; married Ju]\- 
27th, 1889, 10 tlie Duke of Fife. 

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

5. H. R. H. Princess Maud, born November 26th, 1869 ; married 
July 22nd, 1896, to Haakon VIl., King of Norwav.' 

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



Prime Minister and first Lord of (he Treasury — Sir Henry Canipbell- 

Bannei man, G. C. B. 
Chancellor of the Exchequer — Mr. Herl)ert Henry A>(jn!it.l). 
Secretary of State for Home Affairs—Mr. Herljeit John Gladstone. 
Secretary of State for Foreirjn Affairs — ?>\\- Edward Grey, Bt. 
Secretary of State for War — Mr. Richard Burdon Hablane. 
Secretary of State for India — Mr. John Morley. 
Lord High Chancellor — Lotd Lorebnm, (t. C. M. G. 
Secretary of State for the Colonies — The EhiI of Elgin. 
First Lord of the Admiralty — Lord Tweedmouth. 
President of the Board of Trade — Mr. David Lloyd George. 
President of the Local Government Board — Mr. John Burns. 
Secretary for Scotland — Mr. John Sinclair. 
President Board of Aciriculture — Earl Carringlon. 
Postviaster- General— Mr. Sydney Buxton. 
Chief Secretary for Ireland — Mr. Augustine Bifrell. 
Lord President of the Council — The Earl (if Crewe. 
Lord Privy Seal — The Man|uis of Ripon. K. G. 
President Board of Educaiion — Mr. Reginald j^lcKennu. 
OhcfnceUor of the Buchy af Lanca$ter-^Bir Henry Hartley-Fowler, 



Executive Council — The Legislature' 



i? 



If In Doubt-go to AYRE^S. 



COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Population (witli Labrador), Census 1901, 236,984. 
ST. JOHN'S, Population, 39,594. 



Capital — 



Governor, and Comvmnder-in-Chief, in and over the Island and its Dependencies . 
Sir William MacGregor, G.C.M.G., C.B., M.D., LL.D., D. Sc, &c. 

Private Secretary and Aide-de-Camp : 

(Acting) Miss Mary MacGregor. 

Hon. Aide-de-Camp : 

Inspector-General John R. McCowen, I.S.O., J. P. 

Confidential Clerk — George R. Cake. 
Orderlies — James Carter ; W McDermot. 



Right Hon. Sir R. Bond, RC, K.C.M.G., LL.D., Col. Sec; 
Hon. J. M. Kent, B.A., K.C, Minister of Justice (Acting). 

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

E. Uawe, Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 

J. A. Clift, K.C, Minister of Agriculture and Mines. 

G. Knowling, 

J^S_^ Pitts, [jVithout Portfolio. 

n. ijear, 

George Shea, J 
Clerk to the Council — Rt. Hon. Sir R. Bond. 

[The above form the Excutive CounciL] 

Departmental Officers not in Council. 
G. W. Gusliue, Minister of Public Works. 



Preniier. 



€f)c l[egr^Iaturc» 

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 



The Hon. Sir E. D. Sliea, Kt., Pres. 
James McLoughlan, 
George T. Rendell, 
Tames Angel, 
John Harris, 
Dr. George Skelton, 
Samuel Blandford, 
George Knowling, 
Daniel J. Greene, K.C, 



The Hon. James Baird, 

" Edgar R. Bowriiig, 
" John B. Ayre, 
" James S. Pitts, 
" R. K. Bishop, 

J. D. Ryan, 
" J. Anderson, 
'• J. Harvey, 
S. Milley. 



officers : 
C/erA;— Hugh H. Carter, K.C. 

Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod — Charles S. Pinsent. 
Official Beporters — R. Pittman, W. J. Higgins. 
Doorkeeper — E. Morris. Assistant Doorkeeper — P. Myler. 
Messe.nner — {^pnrof Snntt 



18 



House of Assembly. 



^^ OuB* Own '^ FlouE* has an enviabie 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

ELECTRO OCTOBER 31, 1904. 

Number of Districts, i8; Number of Members, 36. 
Speaker — F. J. Morris, K. C. ; Chairman of Coiiunittees — A. Barnes- 
1. Bay-de-Verd — Two members. I 7. Fogo— One member. 

(Population, 9827; Voters, 2499). ' (Population, 7570; Voters, 1962). 



W. C. Winsor 

C. H. Hutchings, K.C. 

G. E. Moores 

y. C. Crosbie 

Vote polled, 1914. 



941 

938 
934 
918 



5. ISonavista— Three members. 

(Population, 20,557; Voters, 5447). 

A. B. Morine, K.C. . . .. 2133 

M. Chaplin . . . . 2032 

S. D. Blandford . . . . 1936 

J. J. Roper .. . . 1304 

T. Howe . . . . . . 1 197 

S. Winsor . . . . 1064 

Vote polled, 3322. 

3. Burgeo & La Poile — One member. 

(Population, 701 1; Voters, 1772). 

R. Moulton . . . . 713 

C. Emerson, K.C. . . . . 705 

Vote polled, 1418- 

4. Burin — Two members. 

(Population, 10,402; Voters, 2564). 

E. H. Davey .. .. 1138 

Hon. H. Gear . . . 1124 

Sir y. S. lVi7iter, K.C. .. 707 

y. A. Rohinson . . . . 686 

Vote polled, 1965. 

5. Carboneai" — One member. 

(Population, 5024; Voters, 1371). 

J. G. Maddock . . . . 497 

y. R. Goodison . . . . 423 

Vote polled, 920. 

6. Ferryland — Two members. 

(Population, 5697; Voters, 1690). 

M. P. Cashin . . . . 1159 

W. J. Ellis . . . . 904 

y. Winser . . . . 497 

Vote polled, 1386. 



H. J, Earle . . . . 902 

H. F. Fitzgerald . . . . 249 

Vote polled, 1151. 

8. Fortune Bay— One member. 
(Population, 8762; Voters, 2239). 

A. H. Martin . . . . 955 

S. Fooie . . . . . . 564 

Vote polled, 1519. 

9. Harbor Grace— Three members. 
(Population, 12,671; Voters, 3064). 

1158 



I141 

I132 

1060 

976 

884 



Hon. E. Dawe 
W. A. Oke 
A. Barnes. . 
C. Dawe . . 

E. Parsons 

Rt, Hon. Sir IV. V. White- 
way, K. C. 

Vote polled, 2210. 

10. Harbor Main— Two members. 
(Population, 9500; Voters, 2480). 

F. J. Morris, K.C. . . . . 863 
J.Lewis .. .. .. 764 

W. Woodford .. 745 

M. F. O' Toole .. .. 699 

Vote polled, 1637. 

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

(Population, 15.194; Voters, 3876). 



2376 
2296 
1861 
1063 

943 
866 



Hon. E. M. Jackman 
T. Bonia . . 
M.S. Sullivan 
A. F, Goodridge 
R. T. AIcGrath 
R. Callahan 

Vote polled, 3267, 

18. Port-de-Grave— One member. 
(Population, 7445; Voters, 1922). 
A. M. MacKay . . . . ggg 

//. G. Daive . . g 

Vote polled, 1319. " 



House of Assembly. 



10 



record. -AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 



13. St. Barbe — One member. 

(Population, 8134; Voters, 2083). 

W. M. Clapp . . . 833 

y. Noseivorthy . . . . 362 

A. Bradshaw . . . . 180 

Vote polled, 1365. 

14. St. George— One member. 

(Population, 9100; Voters, 2444). 

G. T. Carty . . . . 791 

Af. P. Gibbs .. .. 783 

Vote polled, 1574. 

15. St. John's East— Three members. 

(Population, 21,512; Voters, 5125). 
J. M. Kent, B.A., K.C. . . 2544 
G Shea 
J. Dwyer 



PF. K. Howlev 
J. IV. McGrath 
F. H. Viguers 



2508 

2339 
1603 
981 
869 



J. 


P. Scott 




2082 


J. y. McCarthy . . 




1073 


T. 


M. White 




942 


IV 


. J. Myler 




772 




Vote polled, 


3286. 






17. Trinity— Three mem 


bers. 


(Population, 20, 695; 


Voters, 5010). 


G. 


W. Gushue 




. 1893 


W 


. F. Lloyd, D.C.L. 




■ 1655 


A. 


W. Miller 




1560 


R. 


Watson 




1544 


IV. R, Warren 




1496 


7- 


Whiteivay 




1269 




Vote polled, 


3275- 





18. Twillingate — Three members. 

(Population, 19,453; Voters, 4749). 

Rt. Hon. Sir R. Bond . . 2425 



J. A. Clift, K.C. . . 




2287 


G. Roberts 




2192 


A. C. Goodridge 




1248 


D. Morison, K.C. . . 




1 182 


F. A. Mews 




IC07 


Vote polled. 


3551- 





Vote polled, 3790. 

16. St. John's West— Three members. 

(Population, 18,483; Voters, 4317). 
Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, K.C. . . 2394 
J. R. Bennett . . . . 2287 

Note. — The population given is that of the Census of 1901. The voters do 
not include those added to the Lists on Election day. The votes polled do not 
include ballots rejected in counting. 

By-Election, Port-de-Grave, February ist, 1906. 

To fill the vacancy caused by the death of A. M. MacKay, Esq.: 
Charles Davi'e . . .. .. 717 

Henry G. Daive . . . . 645 

Vote polled, 1362. 

By-Election, Bonavista, November 6th, 1906. 

To till the vacancy caused by the resignation of A. B. Morine, K.C. : 

Donald Morison, K.C., (unopposed). 

House of Assembly, 1905. 

(Alphabetically arranged, giving the name of District for zuhich each 
Member is returned). 



I — Barnes, A., Harbor Grace. 
2— Bennett, J. R., St. John's West. 
3 — Blandford, S. D., Bonavista. 
4— *Bond, Rt. Hon. Sir R., P.C, 

K.C.M.G., Twillingate. 
5_*Bonia,T.,/fe^^«//« & St, Mary's. 
6— Carty, G. T., St. George. 
7 — *Cashin, M. P., Ferryland. 
8 — *Chaplin, M., Bonavista. 



9— Clapp, W. M., .SV. Barbe. 
10— *Clift, Hon. J. A., K.C, Twillin- 
II — *Davey, E. H., Biiriit. \gate 

12 — *Dawe, Hon. E., Harbor Grace. 
13 — Dawe, C, Port-de- Grave. 
14 — *Dwyer, J., St. John's East. 
15— *Earle, H. [., Fogo. 
16— Ellis, \V. J,", Ferryland. 
17 — *Gear, Hon. H., Burin. 



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i8— *Gushue, G. W., Trinity. 

19 — Hutchings, C. H., K.C., Bay-de- 

Verd. 
20 — *Jackman, Hon. E. M., Placentia 

and St. Marfs. 
21— Kent, Hon. J. M., B.A., K.C, 

St. yokn's East. 
22 — Lewis, J., I/arbor Main, 
23— Lloyd, W. F., D.C.L., Trinity. 
24 — *Maddock, J. G., Carbonear. 
25 -Martin, A, H,, Fortune Bay 



27— Morison, Donald, K.C Bonavista. 
28_*Morris, F. J., K.C, I/arbor Main. 
29— *Morris, Sir E. P„ Kt., K. C., 

St. John's West. 
30— Moulton, R., Burgee and LaPoile. 
31— *Oke, W. A., Harbor Grace. 
32— ^Roberts, G., Twillingate. 
33_*Scott, T. P., St. John's West. 
34— Shea, G., .SV. John's East. 
35— Sullivan, M. S., Flacetitia and St. 

Mary's. 



26— Miller, A. W., Trinity. \ 36— Winsor, W. C, Bay-de-Verd. 

A Representative Assembly was iirst granted to this Colony in 1832, under the Governor- 
ship of Sir Thomas Cochrane. By the Constitution nine Districts were established, return- 
ing fifteen members, who were to hold their seats during Her Majesty's pleasure. In ls38 the 
members of the Assembly were elected for four years, and this term has been adhered to since 
that date. In 1854, upon the granting of Responsible Government, the number of members 
was increased, at the instance of the Imperial Government, to thirty. In 1874 the member- 
ship was further increased to thirty-one, by the addition of one member to the number of those 
representing the District of Twillingate and Fogo. In 1882 the number of members was in- 
creased to thirty-three, by the erection of St. George and St. Barbe into Districts, with one 
member each. In 1885, after the publication of the Census of 1884, a partial re-distribution 
took place. The District of Twillingate and Fogo was divided, Twillingate retaining three 
members, Fogo was given one. Bay-de-Verd, to which was added part of the then District of 
Trinity, was allowed an additional member, as was also Harbor Grace. These alterations in- 
creased the number of members to thirty-six. 



Were members of the last House of Assembly. 

Officers of the House of Assembly. 
aerk~V. T. McGiaih. 
Assistant Clerk — A. Herder. 
Sergea7it-at-Arms — M. J. Hawker. 
Supervisor of Debates— J ohu S. Clapp. 
Official Reporters — W. Martin, T. Carew, A. Squires, J. McGiath, 

W. McNeily, W. Pippy. 
Doorkeepers — Joseph Daley, Thomas Graham, J. Boone, P. Long. 
Messengers — J. Hackett, T. Eustace, C. Taylor. 
Pages — T. Murphy, A. Woolgar. 

Officers of the Legislature, &c. 
Law Clerk — M. W. Furlong. 
Librarian — Miss Morris. 
Engrossing Clerk — Mrs. Earle. 
Keeper Legislative Building — Mrs. Ryall. 
Fireman Legislative Building — G. Haley. 



OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR-GENERAL. 

office: DEPARTMENTAL BUILDING. 

The Comptroller and Auditor-General — F. C. Berteau, J. P. 

Clerk and Assistant Auditor — W. L. Donnelly. 

Second Clerk— E. M. White. 

Assistant Clerk and Typewriter — F. C. Brien. 

Messenger— 0:. Bro"'''''°i^"'''^^ ^^^^^^^^^ 



Government Offices. 



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Leading Ury Goods House. 



<©obernmcnt #fficc^, <ittc. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. 



office: court house building. 



Office hems 



ni. 



10 a. ni. to 4 p. 

Colonial Secretary— Right Hon. Sir R. Bond, P.C, K.C.M.G., Ll.D. 
Deputy Colonial Secretary ~ Kvihur Mews. 
First aer/c— Freel. M. Stirling. 
Second Clerk- -Wni. G. Ciirrie. 

Third Clerk 

Typewriter and Stenographer — Arth\ir E. Hawkins. 
Assistant Tyjjewriter and Stenographer — Malcolm Godden. 
Messengers — Glias. Brocklehurst, Frank Brocklehurst. 

Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths. 

Registrar General — Edward Doyle. 

Begistering Officers — Tiie Clergymen of the different Denominations. 

Inspectors of Weights and Measures. 



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

exclusive — W. Foran. 
Exploits — George Foote. 
Tvyillingate — William Peyton. 
Hemng Neck — A. Kearley. 
Fogoand adjacent IsVds — Thos. Lucas. 
Straight Shore — John B. Wheeler. 
Greenspond — W. M. Dominey. 
Happy Adventure to Gooseberry Islands 

— William Turner. 
Tickle Cove to Sweet Bay — John Long. 
Jamestown to Charlottetown — James 

Old ford. 
King's Cove to Keels — Thomas Curtis 

(of Henry). 
Bonavista — R. Brown (of Wni.) 
Gatalina — A. J. Crocker. 
TriniM)—E. H. Maidment. 
Foster's Point — George Reid. 
Bonaventure, British Harbor, and 

vicinity — Noah Gardner. 
Smith Sou,nd and Random Sound 

— Pierce Curry. 
Chance Cove to Green's Harbor — 

Joseph Newhook. 
Witless Bay to Heart's Desire — 



Heart's Content to Scilly Cove — 

J. G. Hodder. 
Hant's Harbor to Lead Cove — 

Arch. Targett. 
Northern Bay to Bay-de-Verde and 

Old Ferlican — John Wiltshire. 
Freshwater to Northern Bay — Mark 

Moores. 
Oarbonear — Laurence Mackey. 
Harbor Grace- Cornelius Griffin. 
Spaniard's Bay, Tilton and Upper 

Island Gove — Jacob Neil. 
Bay Roberts — Adriel Hierlihy. 
Port-de-Grave and Bareneed, and 

Clarke's Beach to HibVs Hole, inc. 

— J. T. Andrews. 
Whitbourne — Peter S. Murphy. 
Brigus to South River — Geo. Rutland. 
Harbor Main — James Murphy. 
Bell Island — Richard Costigan. 
St. John's — Thomas Brien. 
Ferryland—M. J. White. 
Barrisway to Beckford- 
Placentia and Branch— John 

Handrick. 
Harbor Buffett and adjacent Islands 

— W. Wareham. 
Burin — L. Cheeseman. 

'— A. Fitzpatrick.. 



-W. Young. 



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Laicn to Lord's Cove— Jos. Manning 
Fortune — Henry J. Hacklon. 
Grand Bank— Uoht. F. Forsey. 
Harbor Briton — Benj. Chapman. 
Pasi Island to Gape La Hune — 

Samuel P. Camp. 
Biirgeo to Isle-aux- Marts — James 

LeMoine. 
Burgeo East — James Caines. 

Hamilton Inlet — 



""' T". 



Isle-aux-Morts to C. Bay- --. ^ >gg 

Cape Ray to Codroy, inclusive— 
Jame.^ Collier. 

Cape Anguille to Seipe^itine Brook- 
George Goodland. 

Bay of Islands— R. W. Barbour. 

Bokne Bay— John C. Squires. 

Labrador (except Hamilton Inlet)— 
Sergt. J. Sheppard. 
Stephen Bradbury. 



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 — W. S. Dunphy. 
Cashier — Edwai 1 1 Rawlins. 
Book-keeper — P. W. Jordan. 



Relieving' 

Kelligrews — F. Furneaux. 
Harbor Main — Edward Murray, J. p. 
Conception Harbor — Wm. Burke. 
Brigus — J. N. Leamon. 
Port-de-Grave — Harold Andrews. 
North River — Robt. Kehoe. 
Bay Roberts — Wm. Paisons. 
Spaniard's Bay — Esau Gosse. 
Harbor Grace — Alex. Squires. 
Carbonear — J. Mackey. 
Freshicater — Jas. Noel. 
Broad Cove—T. B. LeGiow. 
Western Bay — Eli Crummey. 
Northern Bay — A. Hudson. 
Bay-de-Venle—T>ime\ O'Xeill. 
Grate's Cove-W. H. Mead us. 
Old Perlican—EliAS Mnich. 
Hanfs Harbor— J. T. Slieehan. 
Heart's Content— G. E. CliHrlton. 
New Ha rbor — Moses Pa r-si ms. 
Britannia Cove — Rolit. ('urrie. 
Trinity— G. R. Lilly, J p. 
Cafalina — Isaac Manuel. 
Bonavista — John Ropt-r, J P. 
King's Gove— liev. W. Kirby. 
Open Hall— J. E. Long 
James' Core— George Hninnf . , 



Officers in Outports. 

Salvage — K. Burden. 

St. Brendan's — Fred. Hogan. 

IVesleyville — W. Wicks. 

Greenspond — I. J. Mifflen, J. p. 

Musgrave Harbor — J. B. Wheeler. 

Fogo — A. J. Fitzgerald. 

Ticillingate — J. White. 

Exploits — G. H. Foote. 

Little Bay Islands— Thos. E. Wells. 

La Scie — D. P. Duggan, j.p. 

Western Cove — G. H. Pearce, j.p. 

Conche — B. Carev. 

St. Anthony— 3. H. Biles. 

Labrador — W. Green. 

Bla)ic Sablon — Benj. Parsons. 

Floicer's Cove—S. B. Pike. 

Bonne Bay—F. G. Cox. 

Bay of Islands — A. McEehren. 

St. George's Bay — R. McDoiuiel, j.p. 

Channel — R. T. Squaiey, j.p. 

Rose Blanche — R. Fuineaux. 

La Poile~G. F. Read. 

Burgeo— G. K. White. 

Rencontre West — Jas. Wormold. 

Pushthrough — Wm. Camp (acting). 

Harbor Briton — C. Way. 



Government Offices. 2^ 



Br>own Shoe COa The Largest an the World. 



Grand Bank — George Bell. 
Fortune—W. P. Lake. 
Lamaline — Thomas Haley. 
St. Laivrence — Emanuel Pike. 
Burin — S. Avery, J.P. 
Mortier Bay — John Walsh. 



Presque — T. P. Sullivan, J.X'. 
Harbor Buffett~W. McK. Chamber.^ 
Placentia—J. O'Reilly. 
St. Mary's — Patrick J. Power. 
Tre]}assey — L. J. Giovannetti, 

M.D., J.P. 



Flat Island— i. W. Bishop. Ferryla7id~M. J. White. 

Oderin—C Bailey. | Mohile~Wm. O'Driscoll. 

Witless Bay — James Burke. 

District Surgeons. 



St John's (Dv. N. S. Fraser. 

West. \ Dr. H. H. Cowperthvvaite. 
St. John's East— Mr. T. M. Mitchell. 
— Dr. H. L.S.Chaplin. 



Harhor Grace— Br. W. M. Allan. 
Bay Roberts — Dr. J. C. McLeod. 
Placentia — Di-. N. McKendrick. 
Burgeo—T>v. F. McDonald. 



Channel — Dr. W. Grant. 

Lunatic Asylum. 

Resident Physician — Dr. J. G. Duncan. 
Matron— Miss 

Commissioners under Lunacy Act. 

Dr. W. T. Scully. J. P. Blackwood, B. L. Hon. Dr. G. Skelton. 

General Hospital. 

Besidejit Physician — Dr. Henry Sliea. 

Visiting Physicians — Y)y. H. Uendell ; 

Superintendinci Nurse — Miss Southcott ; Matron — Miss Hannaford. 

Poor Asylum. 

Superintendent — William Piideaux ; Matron— Miss Prideaux. 
Physician — Dr. J. G. Duncan. 

PUBLIC HEALTH. 
Board of Health, Electoral District of St. John's. 

Dr. H. Shea, President; J. Alex. Robinson, Secretary. 

Sir E. P. Mori is, K. C., LL. D., Hon. E. M. Jackman, Hon. John 
B. Ayre, Hon. R. K. Bishop, Hon. George Shea, Dr. H. Rendell, L. O'B. 
Furlong, W. W. Blackall, Dr. N. S. Fraser, Hon. J. A. Clift, K. C., Dr. 
J. S. Tail, Albert Martin, Hon. John Anderson, R. Watson, J. Sullivan. 

Health Officers. 

St. John's- Dr. R. A. Brehm (Medical Health Officer). 
-William O'Brien (Inspector). 



Harbor Grace — Dr. W. Allan. 
Carbonear — Dr. A. Boyle. 



Trinity— Dr. R. White. 

Fogo 



Fever Hospital. 

Attendant Physicians — Dr. W. T. Scully ; 
Matron — Miss Duncan. 



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Lazaretto. 
Matron — Mrs. Winslow. 

Twillingate Hospital. 
Keeper — Selina Eoberts. 

MEDICAL BOARD. 

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

N. S. Eraser, 
H.Rendell, Treasurer, 
Wm. M. Allan, Harbor Grace, 
J. G. Duncan, St. John's, 



Appointed by Government. 



Appointed by St. Jolin's Medical Society. 

) Appointed by (inception Bay 
\ Medical Society. 



Medical Practitioners Registered in Newfoundland. 



(■ Tlios. Anderson, 
R. A. Brehm, 
H. H. Cowperthwaite, 
Alex. Campbell, 
H. L. S. Chaplin, 

I J. G. Duncan, (Medical 
Supt. Lun. Asylum). 
Nutting S. Fraaer, 
F. D. (iill, 
Laurence E. Keegau, 
St. John's J H. A. Leslie, 

Timothy M. Mitchell, 
Cluny MacPherson, 
Geo. Nelson Murphy, 
Lamont Paterson, 
Herbert Rendell, 
W. T. Scully, 
Henry Shea (General 

Hospital.) 
F. R. Stafford, 

^.T. Sinclair Tait. 
W. L. Carnochan, and 
H. P. Gouthro. 

Avondale — Wm. Edward Jones 
Whitbourne— Arch. A. Chisholm. 
^rz^iw— Michael R. McDonald. 
Clarke's Beach— ^^. E. Procunier. 

rThos C. McLeod, 
Bay Roberts \ L. S. Vritchard. 

( H. Atkinson, 
„ , „ I William M. Allan, 
Harbor Grace | y^^i^^j. a. Strapp. 

„ , ( Albert Debrisy Boyle, 

Carbonear. j ^ ^ stentaford. 



il Broad Cove — C. A. Ames, 
Western Bay — J. A. Ferguson. 
Old Perliean — C. A. Mcl)ouald. 
Heart's Content — Arthur Anderson. 
Britannia Cove — L. N. Pickard. 



Belle Isle 



Trinity 



Robert White, 
Arthur E. White. 



Bouavisia 



Catalina — Alexander P. McKay, 
Robert E. Forbes, 
. A. C. Rutherford. 
King's Cove—Chas. G. Leviscoute. 
Salvage — John J. McDonald. 
Brooklyn~Y. W. H. Pilot. 
Brookfleld— Alex. S. Smith 
Change Islands—^. E. Kean. 
Fogo—A. J. Wood. 
Herring Neck— A. A. Campbell. 

Ticillingate \ l' ^.^ 5''^.^' «"d 

^ I C. V, Smith. 
Botivoodville — J. J. Smith. 
Pillcy's Island G. F. Bowdeu. 
Tilt Cove—0. V mith. 
Baie Tcrfe— Thomas S. Burr. 
Bo7ine £ay~W. H. Parsons. 
Grecnspond—\N . Roberts. 
Bay of Islands- George Webber. 
Bircky Cove— C. Fisher. 
Port au Por<— Thaddeus Scott. 
^ay ^t. Georgc~V)om\il J. Bethune. 
Little River— ^. E. McLean. 
CAa«?icZ— William Grant. 
Slcpcnville—'R. E. Delaney. 
Joe Bail's Arm-D. A. Henderson 
i?«rrjreo— Finlay McDonald. 



Dental Board. — Po&t Office Department 2o 

and '^ American Gentleman " Boots. 



Rose Blanche — C. T. Fitzgerald. I Greensjtond — W. lloberts. 

Hermitage Cove — Ebeu. Tlioriipsou . \Placentia — Neil McKendrick. 

Harbor Briton— J. J. O'Connell. \ St. Mary's— WiWiam Hogaii, J. P. 
<SV. Jaeques — C. Fitzgerald. Trcpasscy — L. J. Giovannetti, J. P. 

Grand Bank — Allan McDonald. Fcrrijhtnd — K. J. Freebairn, J. P. 

Lamaline — J. B. Lynch. . Bay Bulls — H. A. Giovannetti, J.P 

„ . I Herbert Sinitli, and ] Grand Falls — H. B. Cliamberlain. 

( Leon Mattassevii). I n <? i/-' ■ S^ '^- Cirenfell, and 

Odcrin—i. W. McCnlloch, J.P. ' ^- '^- ^'^'«"°" \ E. K,. Mumiord. 

Ex^ploits — H. R. Overton. \ Okkak ( Labrador) — S. K. Hutton. 



J^r. N. S. Fraser, 
" J. G. Duncan, 
" W. T. Scully, 



DENTAL BOARD. 

Dr. H. H. C'owpertlnvaite, 
•« A. B. Lehr, 
" T. E. BuUard, and 
Dr. T. P. Smith. 



^o0t <0ffii:c ^Department, 



GENERAL POST OFFICE. 

OFFICE hours: 9 A. M. to 6 p. M. (Sundays excepted). 

Postmaster General — Hon. H. J. B. Woods. 
Chief Clerk and Accountant — Geo. VV. LeMessurier. 
Assistant Accotmtant — Arthur W. Martin. 
Secretary to Postmaster General — William Canipbell. 
Dead Letter and Stamp Clerk— Edwin G. MacGregor. 
Junior Glerk — Edward Smith. 

Money Order Office. 

Superintendent — Henry B. Dryer. 
Fird Uerfc— George B. Lloyd. 
Second Clerk— John A. Noel. 
Third C7er/c -Charles Nicol. 

ST. JOHN'S POST OFFICE. 
Registration Department. 

Superintendent — Edward Devereux. 
Assistant Registration Glerk — Ira Curtis. 

Parcel Post Department. 

First Clerk — John W. Kinsella. 
Second Glerk— 5ohn Babbitts. 
Third Clerk—Thonias Young. _ 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltil,-Rubbeps 



Distribution Branch. 
7.30 A, M. TO 6.30 p. M. 

General Delivery — James Campbell. 

Cleric in Gharcje — Alexander Ewing. 

Foreign Dispcdchin<i Clerks — James Coiighlan, James Cox. 

Locai Dispah-Unrj Clerks— John H. Clark, John F. Newman. 

WerA— Henry F. Shortis. 

Assorters — Wm. Elackler, Wra. F. Coady. 

First Letter Carrier — Wm. G. Atwill. 

Second Letter Carrier— J unas Murray. 

Third Letter Carrier — John De Lacey. 

Fourth Letter Carrier — John Hamlyn. 

Fifth Letter Carrier — John F. Murphy. 

aixth Letter Carrier— HdroM G. Butler. 

Seventh Letter Carrier — Charles J. O'Keefe. 

Fjighth Letter Carrier — James Whitten. 

Ninth Letter Carrier — Ronald Clark. 

Tenth Letter Carrier — William J. Thistle. 

Keeper — Robert Walsh. 

Fireman — William Thistle. 

TFatchman — John Culleton. 

Travelling Post Offices. 

Mail Clerk, S. S. Bnue—Jumee, Gushue. 
Mail Clerk, Western Coastal T. P. 0.— Michael ¥. Aylward. 
Mail Clerk, Bonavisla Bay—Ahia. Purchase. 
Mail Clerk, Notre Dame Bay— William Freeman. 
Mail Clerk, Trinity Bay— Stephen Jeans. 
Mail Clerk, Placentia //«y— David Coady. 
Mail Clerk, Straits of Belle Isle— John McNeil. 
Mail Clerk, Labrador- Charles Butler. 
Mail Clerk, South Coast— John T. Dunphy. 
Mail Clerk, N. E. Coast— Wm. Young. 

Railway Mail Clerks— A. W. Shano, S. J. Bradbury, Philip Moore 
Robert Peach, Geo. A. Collins, Gaudin Dutot, William Facey. 

Branch Offices, St. John's. 

Garrison Hill— Miss Delaney. Monkstoivn—Miss Spry. 

King's Bridge— Mrs. Richard Hayes. Riverhead— Mrs. Mealey. 

(Central — Dicks & Co. 
East End— Miss Bulky. Assistant— Miss F. Meehan. 
Duchcorth Street East — Miss Coonan. 

Pillar Boxes. 

Railway Station, Job's Bridge ; Junction of LeMarchant Road and 
Pleasant Street; Junction Patrick Street and Hamilton Street; Junction 
Circular and Bannerman Roads; Junction Freshwater and Pennywell 
Roads; Foot of Long's Hill: Rawlins' Cross: Custom House- Ki»r.'., 



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for '^Tbe Whole Household.'' 



Road and Gowt^r Street ; Entrance Gate, Colonial Building ; Opposite the 
Court House on Duckworth Street ; Foot ot Prescott Street ; Queen'.s 
Road, We.«t of Victoria Street ; Corner Brazil and New Cower Streets ; 
Corner Cabot and Lime Streets. 

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

Collectors will call legnlarly foi' letters at Postal Telegraph Offices in 
Court House and Customs' Building, and at tlie Branch Oflices kept by 
Miss Coonan, Duckworth Street East ; Miss Bulley, Waverly Building, 
Duckworth Street ; Mrs. Mealey, Riverhead ; Miss Delaney, Garrison 
Hill, and Mrs. Riciiard Hayse, King's Bridge, every morning (except 
Sundays) at 6.30 o'clock. Stamps are sold at these offices. 

Pillar Boxes and Branch Offices at Miss Coonan's, Dicks & Co. and 
Miss Bulley's, will be cleared every week-ilay at G o'clock, a.m. ; also 
at 2 o'clock, p.m. Correspondence postcil al'tei' the hours stated will be 
too late for mails to be despatched on that day. The Box at Railway 
Station will also be cleared of late letteis for de.-^patch by rail (provided 
two cents, late fee, is paid), ten minutes before starting of train. 

Thei-e is a free delivery of letters and papers by Carriers throughout 
the city limits, twice a day — at 9 a.m. and 3 y3 m.— and a delivery in busi- 
ness portion of city at noon, when practicable. Carriers are authorized 
to collect insufficient paid postage, and nothing fiuiher. 

The city limits for the delivery of letters and papers are as follows, 
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 junction of Shaw's Street with Hamilton Street; Water Street 
West to Syme's Bridge ; Waterford Biidge Road ; and in the busi- 
ness section of the city there is an additional delivery at noon after 
arrival of morning mail train. 
The public are requested to have tiieir correspondence addressed to 
the street and number, and to notify the Postmaster General, in writing, 
of any change in residence. Box-holders should have their correspondence 
addressed to their respective numbers. 

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

Licensed Stamp Vendors. 

Allan, T, J., Water Street ; Atlantic Book Store, Water St. ; Axford, 
Mrs. F., South Side East ; Barnes & Co., Water Street ; . Berrigan, Miss, 
Theatre Hill ; Brien, P. J., corner Alexander and Water Streets ; Bulley, 
Mi.ss, Duckworth Street ; Byrne, G., 357 Water Street ; Campbell, J. W., 
102 New Gower Street ; Gash, J. P., Water Street, Coonan, Miss, corner 
Duckwoith and Ordnance. Streets- fJonnnrs M Druggist, corner Water 



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and Queen Streets ; Coiirtenay, H., Druggist, Water Street Y^''est ; Dawsou, 
Mrs., Water Street West ; Dicks & Co., Water Street ; Eniii?, Julia, Water 
Street West ; Fitzgerald, Mrs., 20 Carter's Hill ; Fitzpatrick, F., Cabot St. ; 
Fitzpatrick, Jolni, Gower Street ; Fnrness, Mrs., corner Waldegrave and 
George Streets ; Garland, S. E., 177 Water Street ; Gray & Goodland, Water 
Street ; Hartery, Mrs. 1 New Gower Street ; Hai'vey, Mrs. John, Soiitli 
Side ; Keeijing, H., corner Job's Street, opposite Railway Station ; Kenny, 
P. J., Cabot Street ; Larkin, Mrs. E. M., Gower Street East ; March, C. 
L., 299 Water Streei ; Oniara's Drug Store, Rawlins Cross ; O'Mara, Peter, 
Druggist, Water St. ; MacRae, Mrs., Water St. ; Mealey, Mrs. M., Water 
St. West ; Mnllani, ]\Iiss E., Gower Street, near Victoria Street ; Parsons, 
Edwin, Hayward Avenue ; Power, E. M., Fleming Street ; Ryan, Mrs., 
Harvey Road ; Spr^', Miss, 55 Monkstown Road ; Whilten, Miss, 26 Hay- 
ward Avenue ; Wilson, Mrs. H., Gower Street East ; Woods, C. L., Water 
Street East. 

POSTAL RATES. 

Inland Postage, pre-paid by Stanqjs. 

Letters, per one ounce or iracfion thereof . . . . . . . . 2 cents. 

Letter.'^, St. John's (city delivery), one ounce or fraction thereof. , 1 cent. 
New.spapers, local or foreign, under four ounces . . . . . . Fiee. 

Newspapers, local or foreign, over four ounces — at book rate. 
Paicels, first pound, 8 cents ; Parcels, each additional pound, 3 cents. 

Book Postage rate : — One cent 2>or two ounces oi fraction thereof. Books, 
book packets, pamphlets, magazines and periodicals, prices current, 
printed circulars, hand bills, newspaper M.S., printer's proof 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, loots, scions or grafts ; patterns or samples of 
goods or merchandise ; eye-glasses, mici-oscopic slides and spectacles ; 
articles of a fragile nature, such as the last three, should be sent by 
parcel post and not by ordinary book post mail. 
Post Cards, 1 cent ; Regi.stration, 3 cents. 

N.B.— Letters from any Settlement to any other Settlement are liable 
to postage of two cents per ounce, as are also written communications 
whether the enveloix; containing them be open or closed. ' 

FRANKED LETTERS. 

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

The Governor : the Governor's Private Secretary and Aide-de Camn • 
the Members cf the Executive Council; the Members of the House of 
Assembly and Legislative Council, while in Session ; Secretary of Courril 
of Higher Education ; the Judges, Supreme Court ; the Heads of DenaVt 
ments ; the Judges of District Courts ; the Comptroller and Au lifrr 
General ; the Lispector General of Constabulary ; the Postmaster G ^ 
ral; the Government Engineer; the Deputy Ministers," iududingTh ' 



Post Office Department. 



29 



Department.— AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 



Assi&tanl Collector and the Commissioner of Public Charities ; the Eesi- 
dent Physician (General Hospital and Lunatic Asylum) ; the Secretary, 
Public Works' Department ; the Chief Clerk, Post Office Department ; 
the Chief Clerk, Customs' Department; the Inspector of Lighthouses; 
tlie School Inspectors ; the Eegistrar of Births and Marriages. 

FOREIGN POSTAGE TABLE. 

The rate of postage on letters addressed to tlie United Kingdom, the 
Dominion of Canada and the undermentioned British Possessions is 2 cents 
per ounce or fraction of an ounce. 



Countries. 





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Aden (including Perim)... 

Ascension 

■^Australia — Commonwealth of ... 

Bahama Islands 

Barbados 

Bermuda 

British Central Africa ... 

British East Africa 

British Guiana... 

British Honduras 

British India ... 

Biitish North Borneo Company's Territory 
(including Colony of Labuan) 

British Postal Agencies in China, viz.: — 
Amoy, Canton, Chefoo, Foo-chow, Han- 
kow, Hoihow, Lin-Kung-Tau (Wei-Hai- 
Wei), Ningpo, Shanghai, Swatow and 
Tietsin ... 

Canada 

Cape Colony ... 

Cayman Islands 

Ceylon 

Cyprus 

*Egypt 

Fanning Island 

Falkland Islands 

Fiji ... 

Gambia 

Gibraltar 

Gold Coast 



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



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









5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 


1 


5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 


1 


5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




5 




2 




.5 



31 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONSy Ltdv foe Carpets, 



Foreign Postage Table — (Continued). 



Countries. 





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Jamaica ... ... ... ... 2| 2 1 5 

Johore ... ... ... ... 2 ' 2 ; 1 5 

Lagos ... ... ... ... 2 1 2 1 5 

Leeward Islands (Antigua, St. Kitts, Nevis, 

Dominica, Montserrat and the Virgin 

Islands) ... 
Malay States (Perak, Selangor, Negri-Sembi- 

lan and Paliang) 
Malta 
Mauritius 

Natal (including Zululand) 
New Zealand (including Cook Islands, the 

Islands ot Aitutaki, Niae, Mangaia and 

other British Islands within the bounda- 
ries of the Colony of Nev.- Zealand) ... 
Nigeria (Northern) 
Nigeria (Southern) 
Orange River Colony 
Sarawak 
Seychelles 
Sierra Leone ... 
Somaliland Protectorate 
Straits Settlements 
St. Helena 
Tobago 
Transvaal 
Trinidad 
Turk's Islands ... 
Uganda 
Windward Islands (Grenada, St. Lucia, St. 

Vincent and the Grenadines) 
Zanzibar .^ ^- .j^ ^ 

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

* Though letters can be sent to Australia and Egypt for 2 cents per 
ounce, letters from Australia and Egypt are subject to the postal union 
rate of 5 cents first ounce and .3 cents for each additional ounce or fi action 

The letter rate to all otlier Postal LTnion Countries, France, Spain, 
Germany, Russia, Italy, China (except British Agencies), Japan, &c., is 
5 cents for the first ounce or fraction thereof, and 3 cents for each addi 
tional ouoce or fractior ~' " 



2 


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2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


1 


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2 


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2 


2 


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2 


1 


2 


2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


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2 


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5 
5 
5 
5 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 



Post Office Department. 



31 



Linoleums, Mattings, etc. 



MONEY ORDER OFFICE. 

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

Commission on Money Orders. 

Un Money Orders drawn by any Monej' 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 




ICO .. 



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. 



On Dominion of Canada and United States. 

For sums not exceeding $10 5 cen 

Over $10 and not exceeding $20 10 

" 20 " 30 15 

" .30 " 40 20 

40 " 50 25 

50 " 60 30 

60 " 70 35 

70 " 80 40 

80 ' " 90 45 

90 " 100 50 



ts. 



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



On the United Kingdom. 



For •Burns not exceeding £2 stg. 
Over £2 and not exceeding £ 5 

"5 " 7 



10 



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... 12 cents 

... 25 " 

... 38 " 

... 49 ■' 

Kingdom, £10. 



32 



Post Office Department. 



Use ''Sanitas/' the Modern Covering 

The otlier countries and British colonies upon which Money Orders 
are granted are distinguished by the letter (a) placed immediately before 
the name of the country or place in the table published on pages 29, 30 
and 31, of this Almanac ; the rates of commission may be ascertained at 
the Money Order Ottice. 

General Suggestions to the Public respecting Money Orders. 

This Office will not be liable for any Order after payment 

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

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

Should any alteration be made in the name of the person in whose 
favor an Order is drawn, a new Order will have to be issued and commis- 
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, paymenf 
will be made upon application, subject to certain conditions. 

To Postmasters. 

Obtain from the presenter cif a Money Order (whether lie or she he 
tha 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 ot the firm and address will suflfice. When an Order is 
presented through a bank, the Order, being properly signed, must also be 
crossed with the banker's n*me. 



POSTAL ORDERS. 

Postals Orders payable in the United Kingdom for the following sums 
may be obtained at the principal Post Offices in Newfoundland, and^Postal 
Orders from the United Kingdom can now be cashed at the Monev Order 
Office, St. Joliu's :— 



Amount of 
Order. 



Cost in Local Cur- 
rency, including 
Commission. 



Is 


Od. 8tg. 


1 


6 


2 





2 


6 


3 







6 


4 






$0 



27 
39 
53 
65 
77 

90 

1 02 



Amount of 
Order. 



Cost in Local Cur- 
rency, including 
Commission. 



4s 


6d. 


stg. 


5 







7 


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10 







10 


6 




15 







20 








14 
26 

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48 
60 
71 
93 



Po&t Office DeiMrtment. 33 



for Walls.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 



PARCEL POST. 

Inland. 

Parcels not exceeding eleven pounds weight may be transmitted by 
post between places within tlie Colony (except to and from places with 
which postal communication is maintained by couriers carrying mails on 
foot). Such parcels shall not exceed three feet six inches as the greatest 
length, or six feet in lenglli and girth combined, the girth being measured 
round the tliickest part (jf tlie parcel. No parcel will be accepted which 
weighs moie tl)an eleven His , or tiiat 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. 

Inland Parcel Post Rates. 



Under 2 


ozs. 




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Maximum weight eleven 


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1 cent. 


2 cents. 


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4 




5 




6 




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11 




14 




17 




20 




23 




26 




29 




32 




35 





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

United Kingdom. 

Parcels may be transmitted by Parcel Post to the United Kingdom 
(and through the United Kingdom ti countries having a Parcel Post 
with the United Kingdom, of such weight, and at such special rates, as 
mav from time to time be agreed upon by the Governor in Council), not 
„„„^^.i:«^ ..i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^H^ inches in length, or 



34 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SOMSy Ltd., for House 



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 prepaid, will be as follows : — On parcels 
not exceeding three pounds in weight, twenty-four cents — this being the 
miuimum charge ; on parceh over three pounds in weight, up to seven 
pounds, forty-eight cents ; over seven pounds and under eleven pounds, 
seventy-two cents—eleven pounds 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 chargable by the United Kingdom on parcels to such countries, 
which postage shall be over and above the rate enumerated as aforesaid ; 
such parcels as last referred to shall be subject to the rules respecting 
transmission thereof, etc., of the United Kingdom. 

Insurance of Foreign and Colonial Parcels. 

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



Foreign Countries. 



Limit of Insi 


,red Value. 


Limit 


Algeria 


£ 20 


Holland .. 


Austria-Hungary 


120 


Italy 


Belgium ... 


... 120 


Luxemberg 


Beyrout! ... 


... 20 


Montenegro 


Cameroons 


... 120 


Norway . . 


China 


... 120 


Roumania 


Constantinople 


20 


Russia 


Denmark ... 


... 120 


Sarawak .. 


Egypt 


... 120 


Scrvia 


Finland ... 


120 


Smyrna .. 


France 


20 


Sweden .. 


German V ... 


... 120 


Switzerland 



Limit of Insrired Value. 



Tunis 



£20 



.. £ 40 

.. 40 

.. 120 

.. 40 

.. 120 

.. 20 

.. 120 

.. 120 

.. 20 

.. 20 

.. 120 

.. 120 



British Colonies and Possessions. 



Limit of Insured Value. 



Limit of Insured Value. 



Aden 


... £120 


Gambia ... 


... £120 


Antigua ... 


... J20 


Gibraltar ... 


... 50 


Ascension... 


... 50 


Grenada ... 


... .50 


Bahamas ... 


... 50 


Hong-Kong 


... 120 


Barbadoes... 


... 120 


India 


... 120 


Bermuda ... 


... 120 


Labuan 


... 50 


British Guiana 


... 120 


Lagos 


... 50 


British North Borneo 


... 120 


Leeward Islands 


... 120 


Ceylon 


... 120 


Mombasa ... 


... 120 


Cyprus 


... 50 


Montserrat 


... 120 


Dominica... 


... 120 


New South Wales ... 


50 


Falkland Islands ... 


F.r\ 


Xl'mt' yc»rilor»rl 


... 50 



Post Office Department. 



35 



Furnishings of Every Kind. 



Limit of Insured Value. 

Nevis 

Niger Ccast Piotectoiate 

Sarawak ... 

South Australia 

St. Helena 

St. Kitt's ... 

St. Lucia ... 

Zanibar 



■'■ 1 

...£ 120 


... 50 


... 50 


50 


... 50| 


... 120' 


... 120 



Limit of Insured Value. 

St. Vincent, West Indies ... £50 

Straits Settlements... ... 50 

Tasmania... ... ... 50 

Tobago ... ... ... 120 

Tortola ... ... ... 120 

Trinidad ... ... ... 120 

Victoria ... ... ... 50 

£120 



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

The sums payable for insurance are as follows : — 

To secure compensation up to £ 12 stg 10 cents. 

To secure compensation up to 24 sig. ... ... 15 

To secure compensation up to 36 stg 20 

To secure compensation up to 48 stg. ... ... 25 

To secure compensation up to 60 stg. . . ... 30 

To secure compensation up to 72 stg. ... ... 35 

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

Any uninsured parcel found iu the United Kingdom to contain such 
articles will be compulsorily registered, the addressee being charged with 
a fee of 8d. stg. The same rule will be enforced in this Colony in regard 
to parcels from the 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 Office in Newfoundland for the 
Dominion of Canada, subject to the conditions lierein 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 nieasirres ijiiore than two feet in length by one foot. in. width or; 



36 Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS^ Ltd., for Good 

United States. 

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

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

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

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 any Post Office in this colony must be 
sent to the General Post Office, St. .John's, to be made up in mails. 

Post Card Concessionss. 

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

The right hand half ot the face is reserved for the postal directions 
and address ; the left liand half is available for purposes of the sender. 
It is not compulsory to affix the postage stamp to the address side. 

In addition to stamps for pre-payment post cards may bear small labels 
showing the name and address of the sender and of the addressee ; and 
engraving and photographs on very tliin paper may be affixed to the'back 
and left liand half of the address side, provided that they are completelv 
adherent. 

Cards bearing the title " Post Card " or its equivalent are admitted at 
rate for printed matter, provided that they conform to the general regula,- 
liojis respecting papers. 



Post Office Department. 



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Value in Fiour, Pork^ Molasses, etc. 




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LIST OF POST OFFICES IN NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Post Offices marked (*) are Money Order Offices. 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



Adam's Cove 

Admiral's Beach 

Amherst Cove 

Anderson's Cove 

*Argentia 

Arnold's Cove 

A quaforte 

*Avondale 

Avondale North 

Badger Brook 

*Baie Verte 

'''Baiue Harbor 

Balena .. 

Bank Head 

Bareneed... 

Baron's Island 

Barred Island 

Bartlett's Harbor 

Bauline ... 

*Bay Bulls 

Bay d'Espoir 

*Bay-de-Verde 

Bay-du-Nord, Fortune B 

Bay-du-Nord, Her. Bay. 

*Bay L'Argent 

*Bay of Islands 

*Bay Roberts 

Beau Bois 

*Belle Isle 

Belle Isle Mines 

Belle vue ... 

*Belleoram 

Benoit's Cove 

Birchy Bay 

Birchy Head 

Bishop's Falls 

Bishop's Cove 

*Blackhead 

Black Island 

*Black River 

Blaketown 

Bonaventure 



Bay-de- Verde ... 
Placentia & St. Mary's 
Bona vista 
Fortune ... 
Placentia & St. Mary's 

Ferryland 
Harbor Main 

Twillingate 
St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary's 
Fortune ... 
St. George 
Port-de-Grave 
Placentia & St. Mary's 
Fogo 
St. Barbe 
St. John's East 
Ferryland 
Fortune ... 
Bay-de- Vi-iile 
Fortune ... 
P'oituiie ... 
Fortune ... 
St. George 
Harbiir Giace 
iBiititi 
!St. John's 

iTrinity ... 

i Fortune ... 

'St. George 

JTwillingate 

,St. Barlie 

JTwillingate 

! Harbor Grace 

Bay -de-Verde 

jTwilliiigHte 

{Placentia & St. Mary's 

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Elizabeth Hudson. 
Albin Hearu. 
Elizabeth Ford. 
Charles Thornhill. 
J. J. McGrath. 
Mrs. M. A. B(nitcher. 
Henry C. Windsor. 
Edward Kennedy. 

Operator. 
Agnes Jacknran. 
Hannah Hollett. 
•lames Pike. 
.Vlargaret M. Power. 
.Mrs. May Boone. 
Eliza Shea. 
Thomas Anthony. 
Enmianuel Cains. || 
Elizabeth Butler. 
Emily O'Brien. 
George Collier, jr. 
William North. 
Thomas Farrell. 
James Thomey. 
Mary L. West;. 
M. E. Boland. 
D. G. Fra.ser. 
Mai V Ann Dober. 
W. k. Murphy. 
Robert Burke. 
Margaret Lynch. 
Julia Cluett. 
William Wayson. 
Henry French. 
Silas Halfyard. 
Paul Mercer. 
Ann Barrett. 
John C. Moores. 
Thomas E. Harris. 
Delia C. Blackadar. 
Nathaniel 0.-,borue 
R G Mifflen. 



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Fishing Tackle^ etc-AY^E & SONS, Ltd. 



Name of Office. 




Postmaster's Name. 



*Bonavi.sta 
*Boune Bay 
Bos Warlos 
Boot Harbor 
*Botwoodville ... 

Boxey 

Boyd's Gove 

*Branch ... 

Brent's Cove 

Brewley ... 

*Brigus ... 

Biigus Cross Roads 

Brigus Gullies ... 

Brigus Sou 111 

Brig Bay... 

Brieu's Stand ... 

*Britannia Cove 

British Harboi' ... 

Broad Ce, Bay-de-Verde. 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove, Renews 

Brook field 

Brodklyri 

Brunette ... 

Bryant's Cove ... 

*Bunyan's Cove 

*Buigeo ... 

Buigeo, Placentia Bay .. 

*Bnrin 

Burin Bay Arm... 

*Buriii Nortli 

*Buigoyne's Cove 
Burnt Islands 
Burnt Islands ... 

*Burnt Point 

Burying Place ... 
Campbelltoii 
*Cape Broyle 

Cape Freels 

Cape La Hune 

Cape Norman 

Cartyville 

Cape Race 

Cape Ray 

Cmjin Bay k.^.^^— . 



Bonavista 
St. Barbe 
St. Ceorge's 
Twillingate 

Fortune ... 

Twillingate 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Brigus 

Port-de-Grave ... 

Ferryland 

St. Barbe 

Harbor Main 

Trinity 

Bay-de-Vertle ... 
Bonavista 
Placentia 
'Ferryland 
Bonavista 
Bonavista 
Fortune 

Harbor Grace ... 
Bonavista 
Burgee & La Poile 
Placentia & St. Mary's 
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Trinity 
Bonavista 
Burgeo & La Foile 
Bay de- Verde ... 
Twillingate 

Ferryland 
Bonavista 
Burgeo & La Poile 
St. Barbe 
St. George 
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Burgeo & La Poile 



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Sarah A. Field. 

John R. Roberts. 

Tryphena Taylor. 

Mrs. Andrew Harvey. 

Operator. 

Clara M. Miles. 

Joseph P. Newman. 
..jJohn W. English. 
..I John Carrol. 
..jMrs. Wm. Emberley. 
..] Annie Babbitts. 
..John Bryne. 
..jMary N. Leanion. 
.. I Richard Gregory. 
..jThomas S. Sheppard. 
..'John O'Brien. 
..Operator. 
..jGrace Gardner. 
..j Archibald Baggs. 
.. I Ellen Lawton. 
..I Mary E. Hartley. 
.. I Elizabeth Murphy. 
. 'C. C. Kean. 
..|M. D. Stares. 

Ambrose Thornhill. 

Alex. Noseworthy. 

Mrs. James Burry, 

John C. Cunningham. 

James Chambers. 

W. E. Bishop. 

Philip Hollett. 

Ellen Sparrow, 

Susannah Pitcher. 

John Kane. 

John R. King. 

Rebecca Tucker. 

James Proule. 

jThomas Janes. 

Caroline Best. 

I Mrs. Mary Hann. 

Robert Keeping. 

John Brewer. 

Richard T. Legge. 

Hannah G. Myrick. 
. I James Janes, 
eter Johnson, 
homas Cull. 



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Name of Office. 


District. 


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Postmaster's Name. 


*Carbonear 


Carbonear 


George E. Moulton. 


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Susie Pike. 


Carter's Cove 


Twillingate 


Edward G. Farr. 


*Catalina 


Trinity 


Juliana Guy. 


Cat Harbor 


Fogo 


Henry Robins. 


Cat's Cove 


Harbor Main 


Elizabeth O'Brien. 


Cavendish 




Mrs. E. L. Jerrett. 


Chance Cove 


Trinity 


Emmanuel Smith. 


^Change Islamls 


Fogo 


Justinian Dowell. 


*Clianne] 


Burgeo & La Poile 


Jacob A. Poole. 


Chapel Arm 


Trinity 


Ellen Power. 


Chapel's Cove 


Harbor Main 


James Hawco. 


Charlottetown 


Bonavista 


Ellen Spracklin. 


Clam Bank Cove 


St. George 


John W. Mclsaac. 


*Clarenvine 


Trinity 


Jennie Pittman. 


Clarenville South 


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Walter Tilley. 


*Clarke's Beach 


Port-de-Grave 


W. H. Jerrett. 


Coachman's Cove 


St. Barbe 


John M. LaMee. 


*Codroy 


St. George 


John Gillis. 


Coley's Point 


Harbor Grace ... 


Selena French. 


Colinet 


Pl'dcentia & St. Mary's ... 


Mrs. J. Didhani. 


*Collier's 


Harbor Main 


John Cole. 


Collier's Central 


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Mrs. Philip Hedison. 


Collier's Bay Cove 


Trinity ... '... 


Uriah Thorn. 


Come-by-Chanee 


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Stephen Adams. 


Comfort Cove 


Twillingate 


Mrs. Sarah Cull. 


*Conception Harbor ... 


Harbor Main 


Patrick Buck. 


*Conche 


St. Barbe 


Kate Dower. 


Connaigre 


Fortune 


Mary Ann Harris. 


Coomb's Cove 


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Alfred Parsons. 


■^Corner Brook 


St. George 


James Stewart. 


Cottle's Island 


Bonavista 


Mrs. Eli Anstey. 


Cow Head 


St. Barbe 


John Payne, jr. 


Coward's Island 


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Job Lane. 


Crabb's Brook 


St. George 


Isabella Pike. 


Creek 


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Bridget S. Campbell. 


Cul-de-Sac West 


Fortune 


Arthur Spencer. 


*Cupids 


Port-de-Grave 


W. J. LeDrew. 


Current Island 


St. Barbe 


James Williams. 


Cuslett 


Placentia & St. Mary's ... 


Joseph McGrath. 


Daniel's Cove 


Bay-de- Verde 


John Howard. 


Daniel's Harbor 


St. George 


Nathaniel Brophy. 
Alice Finlay. 


Daniel's Point 


Placentia & St. Mary's ... 


Dark Tickle 


Twillingate 


Joseph Fudge. 


Deer Harbor 


(( 


Jemima King. 


Deep Bight 


Trinity '..'. ..'. 


Mrs.Chas^^Hansford. 


Deer Island 







Post Office DepaTtment. 



67 



and Mattrasses 


.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


Deer Lake 


St. George 




Mrs. Lizzie Penny. 


Dildo 


Trinity 


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Emma Moore. 


t>og Bay 


Fogo 


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Mrs. Lizzie Cater. 


Doyle's Station 


St. George 




J. J. Doyle. 


Dunville 


Placentia & St. I 


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Joachim Connors. 


EUiston 


Trinity 


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Alfred Crewe. 


Elliott's Cove 


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Deborah Smith. 


Englee 


St. Earbe 





Mrs. R. S. GiUard. 


English Harbor 


Trinity 


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li. G. Batstone. 


English Harbor West ... 


Fortune 




Emma J. Evans. 


■"■Epworth 


Burin 


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Ernest Bradley. 


*Exi3loits Harbor 


Twillingate 


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Thomas A. Winsor. 


Fair Islands 


Bonavista 


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James Brown. 


Famish Cove 


Placentia & St. 1 


Gary's ... 


John C. Cramm. 


Farmer's Arm 


Twillingate 


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Mrs. M. E. Boyd. 


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Fermeuse, Riverhead ... 


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Fermeuse South 


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Thomas G. Morry. 


Flat Islands 


Bonavista 


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Anna Sampson. 


*Flat Islands, Burin ... 


Burin 


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Mrs. Lambt. Loughlan 


Flat Rock 


St. John's 


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Kate Allan. 


Fleur de Lys 


St. Barbe 


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John S. Walsh. 


Flower's Cove 


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Mrs. Sarah Way. 


*Fogj 


Fogo 


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Ambrose Fitzgerald. 


*Fortune 


Burin 


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Amelia Bennett. 


^Fortune Harbor 


Twillingate 


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John Hamilton. 


*Foster's Point 


Trinity 


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Fox Cove, Burin 


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Fox Cove, Bonavista . . 


Bonavista 


• >• 


Henry Melindy. 


Fox Cove, Fortune Bay... 


Fortune 


• . • ■• 


George Power. 


Fox Harbor, Plac. Bay... 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's... 


Bridget Duke. 


Fox Harbor, Trinity Bay 


Trinity 




Mrs. Sophia Adey. 


Fox Island 


Twillingate 


... 


Charles AVarren. 


Fox Roost 


Burgeo and La 1 


'oile ... 


Morgan Walters.? 


Francois 


<( u 




Maggie Durnford. 


*Fredericton 


Fogo 


. . * ■ 


Frederick Scott. 


*Freshwater 


Bay-de-Verde 




William S. Davis. 


Freshwater Road 


St. John's West 




Bridget Duff. 


*Gambo 


Bo aa vista 





Operator. 


*Gander Bay 


Fogo 


• . ... 


Minnie L. Colbouine. 


Gargamelle 


St. Barbe 





Richard Atkins. 


Garnish 


Fortune 


• . ... 


Sabina Grandy. 


Gaskiers 


Placentia & St. I 


Gary's . . 


Mrs. John Critch. 


*Gaultois 


Fortune 


. . ... 


M. Simms. 


Gallon's Island 


Burin 


• . 


Mrs. John Warren. 


r\ — „„„'o "Dv^^v 


Tl^iriitTr 




Malcolm Pilley. 



68 Post OJice Department. 




We are Agents for Law, Union and 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Georgestown 
*Glenwoo(l 
Glovertowii 
Goddenville 
Goose Gove 
Gooseberr}' Cove 
Goosebeiry Islands 
Goulds 
*Grand Bank 
Grand Beach 
*Grand Bruit 
*Grand Falls 
*Grand Lake 
*Grand River Gut 
Grate's Cove 
*Gravers 
♦Great Burin 
Great Codroy 
Great Harbor Deep 
Great Jervois 
Green's Harbor 
*Greenspond 
*Griguet 
Groais Islands 
Grole 

Gull Island 
*Hant's Harbor 
Happy Adventure 
*Harbor Briton 
*Harbor Buffett 
*Harbor Grace 



Harbor Le Cou 
*Harbor Main 
Harbor Mi lie 
Hare Bay 
Haricot 

Hariy's Harbor 
Hatchet Cove 
Haystack 

Head of Fortune Bay 
♦Heart's Content 
Heart's Delight 
Heart's Desire 
♦Hermitage Cove 
♦Herring Neck, 



Poit-de-Grave 
Bonavista 

u 

Harbor Grace 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

St. John's We.st 

Burin 

Burin 

Burgeo and La Poile 

St. George 



Bay-de-Verde 

St. George 

Burin 

St. George 

St. Biube 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

St. Barba 

Fortune 

Baj'-de-Verde 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

Placeniia and St. Mary's. 

Harbor Grace 



Fortune 

Harbor Main 

Fortune 

Bonavista 

Placentia and St. Mary's, 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Fortune 

Trinity 



Fortune 
Twillingate. 



Janie E. Bartlett. 

W. B. Temple. 

Elijah Burry. 
. I Mary Barrett. 
.iMrs. M. Manning. 
. I William H. Seaward. 
. Heury House. 
.jEmmanuel Cliafe. 
. I Mabel Forsey. 
. !john Hiscock. 

I William Billiard. 
.[Operator. 

• ! " 

.Thomas O'Quinn. 
. Jana Duggan. 
.Julia McDonald. 
. I Benjamin Howlett. 
.1 James Downey. 
.iJobn Elgar. 

John Hull, jr. 

Mary Grace Mitcham. 

Agnes Lang. 

Mary A. Alcock. 

Francis Gardner. 

Theodore Jackman. 

Wm. J. Doyle. 

Archibald Targett. 

Clara J. Handcock. 

W. E. Parsons. 

Susannah CoUett. 

John Folej'. 

John J. Casey. 

George Gordon. 

Miss Buckland. 

Bridget Ezekiel. 

jJane Barnes. 

Samuel Collins. 

IMrs. James Fulford. 

Robert Edwards. 

Eleazar Bobbins. 

William Coffin. 

Abigail Miles. 

George Moore. 

S. Humphries. 

Theresa George. 

Matthew Francis, 

A. G. luders 



Post Office Departmmt. 



69 



Crown Fire Co.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 



Name of Office. 


District, 




Postmaster's Name. 


*Hickman's Harbor 


Trinity 




Joseph Pilley. 


Highland's 


St. George 


... 


John McPherson. 


Hodge's Cove 


Trinity 


. ... 


Rosamond Peddle. 


*Holyrood 


Harbor Main 




John B. Veitch. 


Holyrood, St. Mary's . . 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. D. St. Croix. 


Hope All ^ . . 


Tjinity 


... 


Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn. 


^> *Humbermout!i 


St. George 


. ... 


Operator. 


Indian Arm 


Bonavista 


. 


Edward Hnmby. 


Indian Harbor 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. Peter Hayes. 


Indian Islands 


Fogo 




Lorenzo Collins. 


Ireland's Eye 


Trinity 


. 


Thomas Cooper. 


Island Cove 


Harbor Grace . 


. 


Nathaniel Crane. 


Isle aux Morte 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


Dominic Le Frense. 


Jackson's Arm 


St. Barbe 


> t • . 


Rosanna Sparks. 


*Jackson's Cove 


Trinity 


. 


Lorenzo Newhook. 


Jamestown 


Bonavista 


... 


George Haines. 


Jean de Bay 


Fortune 


. 


Pierce Coady, 


Jersey Harbor 


(( 


• . . 


Susannah White. 


Jersey Side 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


John P. Bradshaw. 


Job's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde .. 


> • • ■ 


Richard English. 


*Joe Batt's Arm 


Fogo 


• • • 


Levi Perry. 


John's Pond 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mary T. Linnehan. 


Kitchuses 


Harbor Main 




Annie M. Kennedy. 


Keels 


Bonavista 


• > > • 


Edward Penney. 


Kilbride 


St. John's West . 


. 


Edward Norris. 


*Kelligrevps 


Harbor Main 


. 


William TiUey. 


*King's Cove 


Bonavista 


• > • • 


Patrick Murphy. 


Ladle Cove 


Fogo 


. 


Mannasseh Tnlk. 


Lady Cove 


Trinity 




Isabella March. 


Lally Cove 


Fortune 


. 


E. J. Baker. 


*Lamaline 


Burin 




L. B. Collins. 


La Manche 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. Rose. 


Lance Cove, Bell Isle . . 


St. John's East . 


. 


William Clements. 


Lance Cove, Smith's Sd.. 


Trinity 


... 


Annie Gardner. 


Lance Cove, T. B. South. 


11 




Rebecca March. 


*La Poile 


Bonavista 


. 


T. Le Seeleur. 


La Poile, Great Harbor... 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


George F. Read. 


*Lark Harbor 


St. George 




W. A. Gabriel. 


*La Scie 


St. Barbe 




Daniel P. Duggan. 


Lawn 


Buiin 




Joseph Benning. 


*Laurencetown 


Twillingate 




Thomas Green. 


Leading Tickles 


u 




Lilian E. Andrews. 


Leading Tickles West . . 


(( 




Helen M. Rowsell. 


Lee Bight 


Trinity 




Isaac Adey. 


Lear's Cove 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. James Young. 


*Lewisporte 


Twillingate 


^^^M 


iNathaniel Turner. 
lEiehard D. Walsh. 



70 Post Offi.ce Department. 




Our Mail Order System '''Taps'' 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Little Bay East 
Little Bay, Her'tage Bay 
*Little Bay Islands 
Little Bay West 
Little Beaver Cove 
Little Burnt Bay 
Little Catalina 
*Little River 
Little Fogo Island 
Little Har., Tvvillingate.. 
Little Ward's Harbor ... 
Little Heart's Ease 
Long Beach 
Long Harbor 
Loon Bay 
Lord's Cove 

Lower English Harbor. . 
*Lower Island Cove 
Lnshe's Biglit 
Low Point 
Lunibergrasse 

Man Point 

Main River 

Mall Bay 

Manuels 

Marquise 

*Mary.stown 

McCalluni Bay 

M crash een 

Middle Brook 

*Mil]ertown 

Miller's Passage 

Millville 

Milltown, Bay D'Espoir.. 

*Mobile 

*Moreton's Harbor 

Monkstown, P. B. 

Mose Ambrose 

Mosquito, Carbonear . . 

Mosquito, St. Mary's . . 

*Musgrave Harbor 

*Musgravetown 

Mussell Pond 

New Bay 

New Bridges 

*Nevv Harbor 

Newman's Cove 



Fortune 

Tvvillingate 

Fortune 

Fogo 

Trinity 
St. George 
Fogo 

Twillingate 

11 

Trinity 

Placentia and 

Twillingate 

Burin 

Fortune 

Bay-de-Verde 

Twillingate 

Bay-de-Verde 

PJacentia and 

Bonavista 

St. George 

Placentia and 

Harbor Main 

Placentia and 

Burin 

Fortune 

Placentia and 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

St. George 

Fortune 

Ferryland 

Twillingate 

Placentia and 

Fortune 

Caj'bonear 

Placentia and 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

Placentia and 

Tvvillingate 

St. Mary's ^ 

Trinity' 



Ingoretha Good. 

Thomas Doniiny. 

E. Campbell. 

... Phcebe Harding. 

Herbert Elliott. 

Mrs. Solomon Snow. 

...;James Johnson. 
J. J. Doyle. 

... John Aylvvard. 

Leah Warr. 

Mrs. Theo. Saunder?. 

Eli Martin. 

Mary A. Vey. 

St. Mary's.! Mary J. Murray. 

... Robert Robercs. 

... Susannah Walsh, 
Martha Hackett. 

... Mary J. Snelgrove. 

... George Parsons. 

Mrs. Peter Power. 

St. Mary's. P. Murphy. 



St. 
St.' 



Mary's 
Marv's 



St. Mary's 




A. Nardini. 
Mary Bonia. 
Patrick Roach. 
Mrs. Maggie Davis. 
Louisa Burfett. 
Emily Nash. 
Mrs. Hennessey. 
George Pritchett. 
E. B. Colbourne. 
J. B. Gorman. 
James Murphy. 
Francis Edouare. 
jJohn Fitzgerald. 
I Hannah G. Knight. 
William J. Ford. 
Bessie Petites. 
Ann Wells. 
Mrs. Bernard Doody. 
John B. W^heeler. 
Robert S. Oldibrd. 
James Rutland. 
Elizabeth Moore. 
John MocDonald. 
Thomas Newhook. 





Post Office Bejmrtment. 


71 


th© CSosamtry,- 


-MRE & ^QUSy Ltd, 


Nanie of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



*New Melbourne 

New Perlican 

*NeM't( \vn, Bonavista . . 

Newtown, Holyrood 

*Nippei''s Harbor 

Norman's Cove 

*Norris' Arm 

Noriis' Point 

Noitbern Aim, Woodfds 

Noi thurn Arm, Exploits. 

Noitheni B.iy 

*Northern Bight 

North River 

North East Cove, W. By. 

*Northwest Arm 

North Harbor, Piacentia. 

Nortli Harbor, St. Maiy's 

Northwest Point 

Notie Damn .Junction . . 

Oclire Pit Cove 

*Odcrin 

Offer Wadham Island . . 

*01d Perlican 

Openhall 

Fac(|uet 

Paradise 

Parson's Pond 

Pass Island 

Patrick's Cove 

Peck ford's 

Peter's River 

Petites 

Petit Fort 

Petty Harbor 

Picadilly 

Pike's Arm 

*Pilley's Island 

Pinchard',^ Island 

Perry's Cove 

*Placeiitia 

Piacentia South Ea.'<t . . 
Plate Cove 
Plate Cove West 
Point Enragee 
Point Lance 



Trinity 

Bonavista 
Plarbor Main 
Twillingate 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Harbor Main 
Twillinijate ... .... 

Bay-de-Verde ... 

Trinity 

Port-de-Grave ... 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

Piacentia and St. Maiy's. 

St. Barbe 

Twillirigatc 

Bay de- Verde 

Piacentia and St. Mary's. 

Fogo 

Bay -de -Verde 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Piacentia and St. Maiy's. 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Piacentia and St. Mary's. 

Fogo 

Piacentia and St. Mary's. 

Biirgeo and La Poile ... 

Piacentia and St. Mary's. 

St. John's West 

St. George 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Bay-de-Verde 

Piacentia and St. Mary's. 



Bonavista 

Fortune 

Piacentia and^St. Mary's, 



Amelia W. Button. 
Frances Bemister. 
Moses Davis. 
Mrs. Walter Kennedy. 
Benjamin C. Bailey. 
Eva Stowe. 
Charles Pittman. 
John A. Squires. 
Catherine Woodford. 
Luke Manuel. 
James March. 
Bertha Churchill. 
Madeline Seward. 
William Cassell. 
George Bobbins. 
Jessie Eddy. 
Patrick Bonia. 
William Elliott. 
Mis. P. Hannon. 
William G. Benson. 
Mary Braithwaite. 
Hugh Mouland. 
jTryphena March. 
George Shears. 
Eleazer Butler. 
Ellen Healey. 
Samuel Payne. 
j William Strickland. 
Catherine McGrath. 
Mary Hicks. 
Michael Lundrigan. 
Julia Courtney. 
j\Irs. R. M. Gudger. 
'Henry J. W. Bishop. 
James Joy. 
Emma J. Richards. 
Operator. 
William Green. 
Richard Kellaway. 
il. J. Collins. 
B. Sitenioir (Assist.) 
Mrs. James Lannon. 
Agnes Moss. 
John Furlong. 
Ernest Walters. 
John Carew. 
A. H. Hutchcroft. 



Post Office Department 



OuB* MaiB Orciler System has been satisfactory to 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



Point Verde 

Pool's Cove 

*Poors Island 

Port anx Bras 

*Port au Port 

*Port Blandford 

Port Saunders 

Port-de-Grave 

Portugal Cove 

Portugal Cove, Trepassey 

*Pouch Cove 

Pound Cove 

Presque 

*Push through 

Quarry 

Queen's Cove 

Quirpon 

Ragged Harbor 

*Ramea 

Ram's Island 

Ilantem Station 

Rattling Brook 

Red Head Cove 

*Red Island 

Rencontre, Fortune Bay. 

Rencontre, Her'tage Bay. 

*Renews 

Renews, South Side 

Richard's Haibor 

Riverhead, Harbor Grace 

Riverliead, St. Mary's . . 

*Robinson's Head 

Robert's Arm 

Rock Harbor, Burin 

Rocky Har., Bonne Bay.. 

Roddickton Mills 

•^Round Harbor 

Round Harbor 

*Rose Blanche 

Safe Harbor 

Salt Pond 

Sagone 

St. Ann's 

*St. Anthonv 

*St. Bride's " 

*St. Brendan's 

*St. George's 



Placentia and St. Mary's 

Fortune 

Bona vista 

Burin 

St. George 
Bonavista 

St. Barle 

Port-de-Grave 
St. .John's East 
Placentia and St. Mary's, 
St. John's East 



Placentia and St. Mary's, 
Fortune 

Trinity 

Trinitv 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile ... 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Bay de Verde 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile 

Ferry land 

Burgeo and La Poile 

Harbor Grace 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

St. George 

Twillingate 

Buri n 

St. Barbe 

Notre Dame Bav 



Margaret Breen. 
Henrietta Williams. 
Peter House. 
Alice Cheeseman. 
Operator. 
Operator. 
Elizabeth House. 
Margaret E. Usher. 
Maitin Bolger. 
Daniel Leary. 
^A'alter E. Easterbruok. 
Thumas Green. 
S. L. Sullivan. 
William Camp. 



Simeon Gooby, juni'. 
Joseph Tayloi-. 
Callahan Scanlon. 
William Collins. 
Mrs. Bridget Pope. 
.VIrs. Levi Sharpe. 
Charles Oke. 
Morgan Rice. 
Patrick Dunphy. 
Mrs. M. Collis. 
Jane Ball. 
Thomas Jackman. 
Clara M. Foley. 
Richaid Skinner. 
Mary Coady 
Edward Bonia. 
Richard B. Shears. 
Charles W. Warr. 
Henry Brown. 
John Parsons. 



Burgeo and La Poile ... 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

Harbor Main 

St. Barbe 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Bonavis^ 



Robt. Coombs. 
Joshua Kendall. 
Richard Furneaux. 
Josephine Davis. 
Susannah Snow. 
Stephen Snooks. 
Kate Aylwaid. 
Noah Simms. 
John E. Conway. 
Francis Hogan. 



Post Ojfice Department. 



Vs 



Others. Give it 


a Triai.-AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


*St. Jacques 


Fortune 


Bertha M. Young. 


St. Jones' Within 


Trinity 


Mrs. Simeon King. 


St. Jones' Without 


(( 


Mrs. Mary Ann Green. 


St. John's, Central . . | 


St. John's East 


Dicks & Co. 


" *East 


St. John's East 


Jessie BuUey. 


" Ducliwortli St. E.i 


St. John's 


Miss Coonan. 


" Garrison Hill 


a 


Miss Delaney. 


" King's Bridge . . 


(( 


Mrs. Margaret Hayes. 


" Monkstown 


i( 


Miss Spry. 


" Riverhead 


West '.'.'. ... 


Mrs. M. iVIealey. 


St. Joseph's, Placentia . . 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Mrs. Maggie Clarke. 


St. Joseph's, Salmonier. . 


U (1 


P. J. Cormack. 


*St. Lawrence 


Burin 


M. Vavasseur, 


St. Leonard's 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Annie J. Sullivan. 


*St. Mary's 


" " 


Mrs. Mary Walsh. 


St. Michael's Harbor . . 


Twillingate 


Ezekiel Buddon. 


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


(( 


John Delaney. 


St. Paul's 


St. Barbe ... ... 


John Pittman. 


St. Philip's 


St. John's West 


David Tucker. 


St. Shott'fi 


Placentia & St. Mary's ... 


Anthony MoUoy. 


Salmon Cove 


Bay-de- Verde 


Mrs. Mark Vater. 


Salmon Cove 


Port-de-Grave 


Mary J. Hussey. 


Salmon Cove 


Trinity 


Charity Gabriel. 


Salmonier 


Placentia & St. Mary's ... 


Mary Carew. 


♦Salvage 


Bonavista 


James Burden. 


Salvage Bay 


<( 


James Martin. 


Sampson's Island 


Twillingate 


Mrs. Martha Potter. 


*Sandy Point 


St. George 


Hector McDonald. 


Sandy Point, Smith's Sd. 


Trinity 


Mrs. Leah Tilley. 


.j^Scilly Cove 


<( 


Allison Kelland. 


Scissor's Gove 


Twillingate 


Abraham Chalk. 


Seal Cove 


Bonavista 


William Prince. 


Seal Cove 


Fortune 


Charles Forsey. 


Seal Cove 


Harbor Main 


William Morgan. 


Seal Cove 


Trinity 


Jesse Buckler. 


Seal Cove, White Bay ... 


St. Barbe 


Joshua Robinson. 


*Seldom-Come-By 


Fogo 


P. Newell. 


Shambler's Cove 


Bonavista 


Arthur Vivian. 


Shearstown 


Harbor Grace 


John Holmes. 


Ship Cove, Placentia ... 


Placentia & St. Mary's ... 


Thomas Tobin. 


Ship Cove 


Trinity 


Mary Randall. 


Ship Harbor 


Placentia & St. Mary's ... 


Jane A. Power. 


*Shoal Harbor 


Trinity ... " ... 


James S. Butler. 


Shoe Cove 


Twillingate 


Joseph Harding. 


Snook's Arm 


K 


Andrew Elliott. 


Snook's Harbor 


Trinity 


John Loder. 
P^^ilson HolletU 



n 



Post Office Department. 



I* Mail Order System means '^Easy 



Name of Office. 




Postmaster's Name. 



South Branch ... 

South Side, Hr. Grace ... 

Southwest Arm, New B. 

Southwest Arm, Green B, 

^'Spaniard's Bay 

Spaniard's Bay, Riverh'd. 

Spanish Room 

Springdale 

Squid Tickle 

Step-a-Side 

Sre[(hL'inille Crossing 

*stf [ilieiiviUe 

Slock and Knight Coves. 

Stone's Ctive 

Summerside 

Sunny side 

Sweet Bay 

*Swdnev, C.B. . 

Tack's Beacli . 

Thoroughfare 

Three Arms 

Thimble Tickle . 

Tickle Cove 

*Tilt Cove 

Tilton ... 

*Tilting ... 

Tizzard's Harbor 

Toad's Cove 

Topsail ... 

*Torbay ... 

TraytoM-n 

■*Trepassey 

*Trimtv 

*TrinityEast . 
Trouty ... 
Trout River 
Troy town 
Turk's Cove 
Turk's Gut 
*Twillingate 
Twillingate South 
Upper Ferry 
Upper Gullies 
Upper Small Point 
Victoria Cove .. 
Valen Island 
Victoria Village.. 



St. George 
Harbor Grace 
Twillingate 

a 

Harbor Grace 

Burin 
Twillingate 

Burin 
St. George 

u 

Bonavista 
Fortune 
St. George 
Trinity 
Bonavista 



Placentia & St. Marv's 
Trinity ... ' 

Twillingate 

a 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 

Harbor Grace ... 

Fogo 

Twillingate 

Ferryland 

Harbor Main 

St. John's East 

Bonavista 

Placentia & St. Mary's , 

Trinity 



St. Barbe 
Twillingate 
Trinity 

Port-de-Grave ... 
Twillingate 

St. George 

Harbor Main 

Bay-de- Verde ... 

Fogo 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Carbrinear ,. 



. Wm. Dwyer. 
.Arch. Noseworthy. 
.Mrs. Clar'd Andrews. 
. H. F. Colhouine. 
. Jesse Gosse. 
. Joseph Kane. 
.Frank Coady. 
.iBelle HuxteV. 
.Charlotte A. 01 (i ford. 
.jMrs. Thomas Wagg. 
.Clara S. Hynes. 
.Adeline White. 
.[Catherine Walsh. 
. I Mary J. Pope. 
.'John Barry. 
.Solomon Hutchings. 
.iMary M. Kelly. 
.'Alexander Malheson. 
.! Elizabeth Foote. 
.iJohn Mills. 
.jMrs. Fanny Batstone. 

George Marsh, juur. 

Adam Skiffington. 

William Cunningham. 

Josiah Janes. 

Patrick J. Brien. 

John Boyd. 

Sarah Driscoll. 

Annie Movse. 



Charles Kean. 
Elizabeth Stevenson. 
Emma C. Hiscock. 
L. G. Mills. 
Frederick Gover. 
Charles W'hite. 
Archibald Simms. 
H. M. Carberry. 
Jacob Hedison. 
John White. 
Mary J. Pond. 
A. D. Mclsaac. 
Lavinia Andiews. 
Grace Hayden. 
Benjamin Torraville. 
Lucretia Lockyer. 
Rebecca Powell. 



ijiicli 

■Cm; 



Post Office Department, 



75 



Shopping/ '-AYRE & SONS. Lid. 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Naiiie. 



"Ward's Harbor 




... Twillingate 


Mrs. Susie B. Rowsell. 


Wellman'sCove... 


... Twillingate 


Fanny Wellman. 


*Wesleyville 


• • • 


... Bonavista 


E. B. Sainsbury. 


* Western Arm, 


Rocky 


B. Fogo 


Ella Carnell. 


*Western Bay 




.. Bay-de- Verde 


Jane Kennedy. 


*Western Cove, 


White 


B. St. Barbe 


H. L. Pearce. 


Western Point, 


La Poil 


e.. Biugeo and La Poile ... 


Peter McDermott. 


^Whitbourne 




.. Trinity 


Harold Leslie. 


White Rocks 




(1 


J. T. Stone. 


Wild Bight 




.. Twillingate 


Mrs. Louisa Young. 


*Witless Bay 




.. Ferryland 


James Shanahan. 


Wood's Island 




.. St. George 


Loughlan MacLean. 


Woody Island 




.. Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Immer Williams. 


*York Harbor 


... 


.. St. George 


A. G. Diamond. 



DESPATCH AND RECEIPT OF MAILS AT ST. JOHN'S. 

(Subject to change). 



Mails Close. 



Mails Due for 
Delivery. 



Argentia M. 

Avoiidale T.M. 

Arnolfl's Cove 

Bale Verte, in win. ... T M 

In sunnner 

Baine Harbor 

Barciieerl 

Baron's Island 

Bay Bulls M. 

6 Bay-de-Verde Dist. T.M. 
BayL'Argent T.M. 

Bay of Islands T.M. 

Bay Roberts T.M. 

Beau Bois 

Belle Island (daily) M 

Bellevue 

a Belleoram T.M 

Bishop's Cove 

Black River M 

h Bonavista (in win. )T,M | 

In summer 

Bonne Bay T.M 

Botwoodville T.MJ 

Brauoh 

M— Money Order Offices. 



a, ni. 
7.30 
7.30 



9.00 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
See 
7.3o 
7.3 

7.30 



7.30 
Noon 

7.'30 
7.30 
7.30 



7.30 



7.30 



p. m. 

i'30 
4.30 
9.30 
Alter 



Fer 



4.30 
9.30 

4,30 



iDailv 
'Daily 

Thursdays . 
Saturdays . 
nate Wednesdays 
Wednesday 
Men., Wed., Fri. 
Monday 
ryland. 
Daily 
Saturdays , 

Tues, Thur, Sat. 

Daily 

on Mon.,Th, Sat. 

Wednesday 



4.30 Thursdays . 

Saturdays . 

Mon., Wed., Fri. 

Mondays 
4.30 Thursdays . 
9.30 Saturdays . 

Tuesdays 
4.30 Tuesdays . 
4.30 Tiies., ThuTS 
9.30 Saturdays 

Monday, Thurs. . 



a. m. 
9.00 
Noon 
Noon 
Noon 

9.00 
9.00 
9.00 

9."00 
9.00 

Noon 

9.00 

9.00 

11.00 

Noon 

9.00 

9.00 

9.00 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 



Daily 
Daily 
Saturdays 
Mondays 

Monday 

Tues , Th., Sat. 

Wednesday 

Daily 
Monday 

Mon., Th., Sat. 

Daily 

Monday 

Saturdays 

Saturdays 

Tues., Th., Sat. 

Wednesday 

Mondays 

Thursdays 

Thursday 

Mon., Thur., Sat. 



T— Postal Telegraph Offices. 



Daily- means Sundays ex- 

m., by Coastal Steamer 

■lays, in summer at 9 a.m. 



76 



Post O^ce D^artment 



The Great Mail Order House. 



Despatch and Receipt of Mails at St. John's.— (Continued). 



Mails Close 



Mails Due for 
Delivbbt. 



Brigus . 



.m{ 



Britannia Cove T.M | 

Broad Cove, St. Philip's... 
Daily in summer 



Brooklyn / 

a Burgeo M 

a Burin T,M. 

a Cape Broyle M 

Caplin Bay 

Carbonear T.M 

b Catalina (in win.) T.MJ 

Also in sumn)er 

Chance Cove 

Change Islands T.M 

Channel T.MJ 

Chapel's Cove 

Clarenville T.M/ 

Clarke's Beach M 

b Coachman'.s Cove 



Codroy / 

Collier's M 

Collier's Bay Cove 

Colinet 

Conception Harbor ...T.M 

b Conche, in winter M 

Cupids M. 

Dildo 

Dunville M 

?j Englee in winter 

6 Exploits in winter M 



In summer. 



Elliott's Cove 



/ 
I 

J 
( 
a Ferryland Dist. in win.M 

In summer j 

Flat Island, Bon., in win.M 

(in Slimmer) / 

Flat Island, Burin Mj 

Flower s Cove I 

6 Fogo T.M' 



a. ra, 
7.30 



Noon 
Noon 



7.30 
7.30 

See 

7.30 



7.30 

30 
7.30 

7.30 

7.'30 
7.30 

7.30 

7^30 



7.30 



.30 



p. m. 
... Daily 

4.30 Mon..Thur., Sat. 
4.30 Thursdays . 
9.30 Saturdays . 

Tues. and Friday 

4.30 Thursdays 1 '"' 

9,30 Saturdays [ • 

Saturdays . 

... Sat, and Wed. . 

Fer ryland 

Fer ryland 
4.30 Daily 
4.30 Thursdays . 
9.30 Saturdays . 

Tues, Saturday 
4.30 Thursdays . 
9.30 Saturdays . 
4.30 Tues, Thxirsday 
9.30 Saturday 

... Dady 

4.30 Tues, Thursday 
9.30 Saturday 

... Dady " . 
9..30 Saturdays, iu 

winter, 
4.30 Tues, Thursday . 
9 30 Saturday 

... Dady 
4.30 Thursday 

Fridays, Tues. . 

... Daily 
4.30 Tuesdays 

... Daily 

4,30 Mon., Wed., Fri, 

... Dailv 
4.30 Tuesdays 
9.30 Saturdays 
4.30 Thursdays 
9.30 Saturdays 
9.30 Saturdays 
4.30 Thursdays 
6.30 Mondays, Thurs. 

Mondays 
6,30 Tuesday.s, Thurs. 
9.30 Saturdays 
4.30 Thursdays 
9.30 Saturdays 

Wednesdays 
4.30 Tuesdays ' 
9.30 Saturdays 



a. m. 
9.00 

Noon 

Noon 



Noon 



Noon 
Noon 

Noon 

Noon 



9.00 
Noon 

9.00 
Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

9,30 

Noon 

Noon 

9.00 

9.00 

9.00 

Noon 

Noon 



Noon 



9.30 
Noon 



9.00 
Noon 

Noon 



Daily 

Thur.s., Monday 

Tues. and Friday 
Daily in summer 

Thursday, Mou. 



9,00 i Saturday 

9.00 i Satur, Monday 



and 9,30 Daily 
Monday, Thurs, 

Saturdays 
Thursdays 



Daily 

Mon., Th., Sat. 

Daily 
Moudays 

Mon., Th., Sat. 

Dady 

Tliursdays - 

Wed.. Monday 

Daily 

Mondays 

Daily 

Tues., Wed., Fri. 

Daily 

Mondays 

Monday 



Thursday, Mon, 

Wed, Saturday 
/"Tuesday 
I Thursday 
'-Saturday 



Mondays 

Mouday 

Thursdays 



M— Money Order Offices, 
cepted. a— Also 
(West), yia Placeni 

hv r!na«tal Stpn.mftl 




means Sundays ex- 

" Coastal Steamer 

\er at 9 a.ni. 





Post Office Department. 


77 


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Despatch and Receipt of Mails at St. John 


s. — (Continued). 




Mails Close. 


Mails Due for 
Delivery. 



aFortune T.M 

h Fortune Har. (iu win.) M 

In Slimmer 

Fox Har., Placentia Bay,. 
Freshwater, C Bay M. 

Gambo T.M. 

Gander Bay T.M 

Garnish 

a Gaultois 

Georgetown 



Glenwood T.M 

Glovertowu i 

Gooseberry Island; in win. 
In summer 



« Grand Bank T.M 

Grand River Gut T.M 

Gravels T.M 

h Greenspond, in win. T.M 

In summer / 

6 Griguet (in winter) ...M 

Hant's Harbor T.M 

a Harbor Briton T. M 

Harbor Buflfett M 

Harbor Grace T.M 

Harbor Main T.M 

Haystack 



Heart's Content 



.T.Mj 



a. ni. 
7.30 



7.30 
7.30 



7,30 
7.30 
7.30 



7.30 



h Herring Neck T.M 

a Hermitage Cove T 

/ 



Hickman's Harbor 

In summer 

Highlands j 

Holyrood t{ 

Indian Island 

Jersey Side 

Kelligrews 

In summer 



.M 



7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 



7.30 
7^30 
"7.30 



7.30 
7.30 



6 King's Cove T.MJ 

In summer j 7.30 

a Lamaline T.M' 7.30 



p. m 

9.".30 

4.30 



r4,30 

19.30 

9.30 



/4.30 

19.30 

9.30 

4.30 

9.30 

f4..30 

»9.30 

/4;30 
\9.30 
9.30 
9.30 
4.30 
4.30 



4.30 



9.30 
9.30 

4^30 
9.30 

"4.30' 
9.30 
4.30 

9.'30 



4.30 
4.30 
9.30 



Saturdays 
Saturdays I 

Thursday J 

Wednesday, Sat. 
Daily 

Tuesday, Thur. 1 
Saturdays f 

Saturday 
Wednesday 
Saturdays 
Mon., Wed., Fri. 
Tuesday, Thur. \ 
Saturday J 

Saturdays \ 

Tuesday, Thur./ 
Saturdays, ^ 

Thursday, ■ 

Saturdays ■•' 

Saturday 
Tuesday, Thur. I 
Saturdays / 

Saturdays 
Saturdays I. 

Thursdays i 

Tuesdays 
Tues., 'Th., Sat. 
Saturdays 
Mondays 
Daily 
Daily 
Monday 
Tues, Wed, Thur, 

Fri., Sat. 
Saturdays in sum 
Saturdays 
Saturdays 
Thursdays | 

Saturdays ' 

Tuesday, Sat. 
Tuesday, Thur. I. 
Saturdays ' 

Daily 

Saturdays 

Daily 

Daily 

Thursdays \ 

Saturdays J 

Tuesdays 
Wednesdays 



a. m, 
9,00 

Noon 

9.00 
9.00 

Noon 

Noon 



9.00 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

900 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

9.00 

9.00 

9.00 

9.00 

Noon 

Noon 

Noon 

|9.00 

Noon 
9.00 

Noon 

9.00 

Noon 

9,00 

Noon 

Noon 

9.00 

9.00 

Noon 

Noon 
9.00 



Saturday 
Monday 

Daily 

Thur., Sat., Mon. 

Thursdays 

Saturday 

Mon. Thur,, Sat. 
Mon Thur., Sat. 

Monday, Thur. 

Monday 

Mon., Thur., Sat. 

Thursdays 

Monday, Thur. 

Saturday 

Wed., Fri,, Mon. 

Saturday 

Wednesdays 

Daily 

Daily 

Wednesdays 



Thursday 
Saturday 

Monday, Thur. 

Monday, Wed. 

Mon., Thur., Sat. 



} Daily 

Thursday 
Daily 

I 
i 



Daily 



I Monday, Thur. 
Monday 



M— Money Order OfBces. T— Postal Telegraph Offices. Daily— means Sundays ex- 

cented. a— Also on alternate Wednesdays at 9 a. ni. by Coastal Steamer 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^esdays in summer at 9 a. m 



78 



Post Office Department. 



We make a speciality of Camping 

Despatch and Receipt of Mails at St. John's. — (Continued), 









Mails Close. 


Mails Due for 
Dblivery, 


LaManche 


a. m. 

noon 
7.30 

7,30 

7."30 
7.30 
7.30 

See 

7l30 

7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 

7.30 
noon 
noon 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
See 


p. ni. 
4.30 

4."30 
9.30 
4.30 
4.30 
4.30 
9.30 
9.30 
4.30 
9.30 
9.30 

4.30 
4.30 

... 
Fer 
9.30 

9.'30 
4.30 
4.30 
9.30 
4.30 
4.30 
4.30 
9.30 
Same 

4^30 
4,30 
9.30 

See 
4.30 
9.30 

9.ho 

4.30 
4.30 
9.30 

... 

.■;; 

Fer 


Thursdays 
Daily 
Saturdays 
Tuesdays 
Saturdays 
Thursdays 
Tuesdays 
Thursdays 
Saturdays 
Saturdays 
Thursdays 
Saturdays 
Saturdays 
Wednesdays 
Daily 
Daily 

Wednesdays 
Monday 
ryland 
Saturdays 
Daily 
Saturdays 
Mon, Wed, Fri, . 
Thursdays 
Saturdays 
Tues, Thursday . 
Daily 

Tues., Thursdays 
Saturdays 
as Nipper's Har. 
Wednesdays 
Daily 
Thursdays 
Saturdays 
Wednesdays 
Ferry land 
Thursdays 
Saturdays 
Daily 
Saturdays 
Thursday 
Tues., Thursdays 
Saturdays 
Mon, Wed, Fri. , 
Daily 

Tues, Fridays . 
Wednesday 
Saturdays 
Saturdays 
Mondays 
ryland 


a. ra. 
noon 

9.00 
noon 
noon 
noon 

noon 

noon 
noon 
noon 
noon 
9.00 
9.00 
noon 
9.00 
9.00 

noon 
9.00 
noon 
noon 
noon 

noon 

9.00 

noon 

9.00 
9 00 

noon 

9.00 

noon 

9.00 
noon 
noon 
noon 

9 00 
noon 
9.00 
9.00 
9.00 
9.00 
9.00 


Thursday 


Lance Cove, B. I 


Daily. 

Saturdays 

Saturday 

Mondays 

Monday.^ 


a LaPoile M 

Larlv Harbor M 

Leading Tickles, in win... 
b In summer 


Lewisporte T.M-! 

Little Bay, in win. ...T.M 
ft Little Bay, in sum. ...M 
Little Beaver Cove 


Mon, Thur, Sat. 

Mondays 

Mondays 

Thursdays 

Mondays 

Mondays 

Daily 

Daily, & at 9 a.m. 

Mondays 

Wednesdays 


Long Harbor, P. Bay 

Lord's Cove 


Lower Island Cove .. 

Manuels 

aMarystown 


.T.M 


Merasheen 


Mobile 


6 Morton's Harbor M 

Mosquito, Carbonear 

Mu.sgrave Harbor T.M 

New Harbor M 

b Nipper's Hr., in summer 
In winter 


Thnrsdays 
Daily 
Thursdays 
Tues, Wed, Fri. 
Mondays 


Norman's Cove 


Mon, Thursday 
Daily 

1 Mon, Thur, Sat 


N. Arm, Woodford's 

Northern Bight 

North West Arm 


H 


Oderin 

ftOldPerlicau 


.T.M 
( 


Mondays 
Daily 

Mon, Thursday 

Mondays 


Open Hall 


Paradise 


I 


Petty Harbor 


6 Pilley's Id., in sum. 
in winter 


T.M 


Mondays 


Placentia 

Pool's Island 

6 Also in summer 

Port-au-Port 

Port-de-Grave 


/ 
.... ^ 


Daily 

Mondays. Thurs. 
Mon., thur.. Sat. 


Portugal Cove 


Daily 

Tues, Fridays 

Mondays 

Saturdaj's 

Saturdays 

Wednesday 


Pouch Cove 

Presque 


....M 


a Pushthrough 

a Ramea 

Red Island 

a Renews 


.,..M 
... M 



jVI— Money Order Offices. T-Postal Telegrraph Offices. Daily— means Sundays ex- 
c;eptcfl. a— Also on alternate Wediu'sdays at 9 a. m. by Coastal Steamer 



(West), via Placentis 



at 9 a.m. 



Post Office l)eparimeni. 



79 



Outfats.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 



Despatch and Receipt of Mails at St. John's. — (Continued). 



Mails Close. 



Mails Due for 
Delivery. 



UiVL'iliead, Harbor Grace.. 

Robinson's Head M | 

ic Ilose Blanche M 

h St. Anthony, in win. M 

St. George T.M | 

8t. Philip's, in oiiiiinier ... 

In winter 

b St. Jacques T.M 

St. Lawreiue T.M 

a St. Mary'.s M 

Sahuonier 

b Salvage, in summer 

Salvage, in winter M 

Seal Cove Harbor Main... 

Searstown / 

b Seldom Come Bve 



Shoal Harbor M ' 

Souhd Island T.M 

Soiith River 

Spaniard's Bay ..M 

Stephenville T.M J 

Tilt Cove, in win. ...T.M. 

h In summer 

Tilton 

Toad's Cove 

Tnp.sail 

Torbay M 

Trepassey, in winter ...M 

a Also in sunjmer ... -' 



iTrinitv TM 



( 

ffTWillingate T.M 

Upper Gnllies 

Upper I>;land Cove 

Valen Island 

Victoria Village 

Ward's Harbor, in win. ... 

In snnimer 

Western Bay T.M 

b Western Cove, in win. M 

Whitliourne T.M 

Witless Bav M 

Woody Island P. B 

York Harbor M 



a. m. p.m. i 
7.30 ... I Daily 

4.30 Tues., Thursdays 

9.30 Saturdays 
7.30 ... Saturdays 

4.30 jTiiesdays 

4.30 jTiies., Thursdays 

9.30 [Saturdays 

... [Daily 

7.30 ..'. Saturdays 
7.30 ... Wed. Saturday 
7-30 ... Men, Thursday 
7 30 ... Mon, Thursday 
4-3o Thur. & Sat. 9,30 
9-3o Saturdays 
7-3o ... Tnes, Thur, Sat 
4.3o Tues,, Tnursdays 
9.30 Saturdays 
T.M. 9-3o Saturdays 

4.3o Tues,, Thursdays 
9.-30 Saturdays 
7-3o ... I Monday 
7-3o ... Mon, Wed, Fri 
7-3o ... 'Daily also 4 p. in 
Mon, Thur, Sat. 
4.3o iTues., Thursdays 
9.3o, iSaturdays 
9-3o |Saturdays 
4.3o Thursdays 
7-3o ... Daily 
See Ferjrylaiid 
V-3o 4.3o I Daily 
noon ... iTuesday, Friday 

6.30 : Monday 
7-3o ... i Monday 

6-3o iThursdays 
4-3o IThursdays 
9-3o ISaturdays 
9.3o ... JTue.s., Sat. 
9-3o [Saturdays 
7-3o ... I Mon, Wed, Fri 
7-3o ... ;Mon, Wed, Fri 
7-3o ... I Monday 
Daily 
Saturdays 
Thursdays 
Daily 
Satnrdavs 
Daily 
ryland 
Monday 
Tuesday 



7-3o 






9.3o ( 




4 3o 




4.3o 




9.3o 


7-3o 


7-3o 


See 


Fer 




7-3o 


7 3o 


4-3o 



a. m. 

9.00 

noon 

9.00 
noon 

noon 
noon 

9.00 
9.00 
noon 
noon 
noon 

9-00 



noon 
noon 

9-00 
9-00 
9-00 

n 0011 

noon 

9-00 

9-00 



noon 
noon 



noon 
9-00 
9-00 
9-00 
9-00 

noon 

9-00 

9 fi 21 

9-00 
ll-oo 



Daily 

Mon., Thur., Sat. 

Saturdays 
Mondays 

Mon., Thur., Sat. 
Daily in summer 

Saturdays 
Mon, Saturdays 
Mon, Thursday 

Mon., Thursdays 
Thursdays 
Mon, Wed, Fri. 

I Mon., Th.. Sat. 

Mon., Thur., Sat. 

Wednesday 
Thnes, Thur, Sat. 
Daily 

Mou., Thur., Sat, 

Mondays 

Daily 



Tues, Fridays 



Thursdays 

Mondays 

in summer 

Thursdays 

Tues, Thur, Sat. 

Tues, Thur, Sat. 

Wednesdays 

Daily 

Mondays 

Daily 

Daily 

Wednesdays 
Thursdays 



M— Money Order Offices. T— Postal Telegraph Offices. Daily— mean.s Sundays ax- 
cept'ed. a— AIko on alternate Wednesdays, at 9 a. m. by Coastal Steamer 
.„. ^^ -;, T^i ^^- .- .1 1^— ■ ^" - r- xioirc. yfi summer at 9 a.m. 



80 ^ost Office Department. 



Carpets made and laid^ Linoleum cut 

LABRADOR WINTER ROUTES. 

Three mails will be forwarded via Quebec to Blanc Sablon, and 
thence to Rigolet, calling at places between, about January 18, February 
15 and March 10. 

BAY AND COASTAL STEAMERS, 1908. 

Placentia Bay, 

The s. s. Anjyle leaves Placentia every Monday afternoon after the 
arrival of the mails from St. John's, and proceeds to the following places 
on the North Side of the Bay: Red Island, Ship Harhor, Indian Harbor, 
Ram's Island, Rose-au-Rue, Harbor Buffett, Haystack, Brewie}', North 
Harbor, Sound Island, Black River, Woody Island, Barren Island, Tack's 
Beach, Burgeo, St. Leonard's, Valen Island, and Mera?heen. 

Mails close for the above places on Monday morning at 7.30 o'clock. 

Leaving Placentia every Wednesday afternoon after the arrival of the 
mail train Irom St. John's, will call at the following places: Presque, Para- 
dise, Petit Fort, St. Joseph's, Oderin, Baine Harbor, Flat Islands, Marys- 
town, Beau Bois, Fox Cove, Burin, Great Burin, Epworth, St. Lawrence, 
Lawn, Lord's Cove, and Lamaline. 

Mails close for the ab<n'e places every Wednesday morning at 7.30 
o'clock. 

Trinity Bay. 

The s. s. Ethie, on Trinity Bay, will leave Clarenville every Monday 
(except in January, February, March and April), and call at the following 
places: Hickman's Harbor, Lady Cove, Heart's Content, Hant's Harbor, 
Old Perlican, Trinity, Salmon Cove, Calalina, Bay-de-Verde, Western Bav 
and Carbonear. 

Mails for the above places will close every Saturday evening at 9.30 
o'clock. 

Leaving Clarenville eveiy Friday (except in four winter months), the 
Ethie will call at the following places: Lady Cove, Hickman's Harbor, 
Fox Harbor, Deer Harbor, Britannia Cove, Thoroughfare, Ireland's Eye, 
British Harbor, Bonaventure, Trinity, Salmon Cove, Catalina, Bav-de- 
Verde, Western Bay and Carbonear. 

Mails for the above places will be closed every Thursday afternoon 
at 4 o'clock. A mail to connect with the steamer at Carbonear is also 
despatched on Tuesday and Saturday mornings at 7.30 o'clock. 

Bonavista Bay. 

The s. s. Dundee leaves Port Blandford every Monday and Friday 
(except in January, February, March and April), for the following places: 
Charlottetown, Bunyan Cove (alternately), Musgrave Town, Brooklyn" 
James' Town, Sweet t^ "t 'annfimrn Pn-,-. t^^;.„ i,„„^ ^'^"W fn -r, Open 



Post Office Department 81 

and fitted.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 

Hall, Keels, King's Cove, Bonavista, Salvage, Flat Islands, St. Brendan's, 
Gooseberry Islands, Fair Islands, Greenspond, Pool's Island and Wesley- 
ville. 

Mails close for the above places every Saturday evening at 9.30 o'clock 
and every Thursday afternoon at 4.30 o'clock, and for Bonavista (proper) 
and King's Cove every alternate Tuesday morning at 7.30 o'clock, via train 
to Carbonear and Trinity Bay .steamer. 

Fogo District. 

Tlie s. s. Annie leaves Fogo on Tuesdays, after arrival of s. s. Clyde, 
for Barr'd Islands, Joe Ball's Arm, Little Fogo, Tilting, Seldom-ceme-by,- 
Indian Island, Dog Bay, Victoria Cove, Gander Bay, Fredericton, Rocky 
Bay, Ladle Cove, Musgrave Harbour, VVadhams, Cat Harbor, Newtown, 
and Wesleyville. 

Notre Dame Bay. 

The s. s. Clyde leaves Lewisporte for the South side of the Bay every 
I\Ionday (excpj^t in four winter months), calling at the following places: 
Campbelltown, Kite Cove, Botwcodville, Exploits, Moreton's Harbor, Tiz- 
zard's Harbor, Twillingate, Herring Neck, Little Beaver Cove and Beaver- 
ton (alternately), Dog Bay, Change Islands and Fogo. 

Mails for tlie above places will be closed Saturdays evenings at 9..30 
o'clock. 

, Leaving Lewisporte every Friday, the Clyde will proceed to the follow- 
ing places on the North side of the Bay. Exploits, Fortune Harbor, New 
Bay Head, Leading Tickles, Triton, Piliey's Island, Springdale, Boot Har- 
bor, Wellman's Cove (S.C.T.), Want's Harbor, Little Bay Islands, Little 
Bay, Three Arms, Jackson's Cove and South West Arm, alternately, Nordi 
West Arm, Nipper's Harbor, Snook's Arm, Tilt Cove and Shoe Cove. 

Mails for the above places will be closed every Thursday afternoon at 
4.30 o'clock. 

LABRADOR SERVICE. 

The s. s. Virginia Lake will perform this service fortnightly, mak- 
ing 10 trips, commencing the .service about the 15th June, sailing from St. 
John's, and will call at the following places going and returning : Harbor 
Grace, Catalina, King's Cove, Twillingate, Tilt Cove, Battle Harbor, Spear 
Harbor, Francis Harbor, Fishing Ship's Harbor, Ship Harbor, Square Is- 
land, Dead Island, Snug Harbor, Venison Island, Hawk's Harbor, Bols- 
ter's Rock, Comfort Bight (alternately), Frenchman's Island, Punch Bowl, 
Sandy Island, Batteau, Domino, Black Island (coming South only), Indian 
Tickle, Black Tickle, Grady, Long Island, Cartwright (calling one way 
only). Pack's Harbor, *Rigoulette (calling one way only), Indian Harbor, 
Smoky Tickle, White Bears, Horse Harbor, Emily Harbor, Holton, Cape 
Harrison, Ragged Island, Long Tickle, Maccovick Islands, Turnavick 
Eat, Turnavick West, Winsor Harbor, Hopedale, Double Island, Fanny's 
Harbor, Spracklin Island and Nain (alternately). 



82 Post Office Departmenl. 



Dressmaking in all its branches. Send for 

* The s. s. will probably connect with the s. s. T'injinia 

Lake at Rigoulette on her way Xorth, proceeding to the following places in 
Hamilton Inlet : North-west Eiver, French Trading post, Gillis post, 
Grand River Pulp Company post and Kenimon Lumber post, returning 
to Rigoulette, Lester Point and on to Indian Harbor to connect with the 
Virginia Lake on the return trip South. 

STRAITS OF BELLE ISLE AND WHITE BAY SERVICE. 

The s. s. Home, leaving Riverhead, Humbermouth, Bay of Islands, 
every Wednesday, except four winter mouths, will call at the following 
ports going and returning : York Harbor, Lark Harljor, Trout River, 
Bonne Bay, Cow Head, Port Saunders, Bartlett's Harbor, Brig Bay, 
Currant Island, Salmon River, Bonne Esperance, Middle Bay, Isle-aux- 
B.>is, Blanc Sablon, Bradore, Flower's Cove, Forteau, Lance-au-Loup, West 
St. Modest, Red Bay, Henley and Chateau (alternately), Chimney Tickle, 
Cape Charles and Battle Harbor. 

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

NORTHERN COAST SERVICE. 

The s. s. Poiiia will perform this service, leaving St. John's every 
alternate Wednesday, except four winter months, calling at the following 
named places : Bay-de-Verde or Old Perlicau, Trinity, Catalina, Bunavista, 
King' Cove, Salvage, Greenspond, Pool's Island, Mnsgrave Hirbor, Seldom- 
Come-By, Fogo, Herring Neck, Twillingate, Moreton's Harbor, Exploits, 
Fortune Harljor, Leading Tickles, Pilley's Island, Little Bay Islands, 
Little Bay, Nipper's Harbor, Tilt Cove, La Scie, Bale Verte, Coachman's 
Cove, Western Cove, Jackson's Arm, Harbor Deep, Englee, Conche, St. 
Julian's, St. Anthony and Griguet. 

Mails for the above-named places will be closed at the G. P. 0. evci v 
alternate Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. 

SOUTH AND WEST COAST SERVICE. 

The South-west Coast Service will be performed by the s. s. Prospero, 
leaving St. John's every alternate Wednesday, will call at the following 
named places : Cape Broyle, Ferryland, Renews and Fermeuse (alter" 
nately), Trepassey, St. Mary's, Salmonier, Placentia, Mortier Bav, Burin, 
St. Lawrence, Lamaline, Fortune, Grand Bank, Belleoram, St.' Jacques) 
Harbor Briton, Hermitage, Gaultois, Pushthrough, Cape La Hune, Ramea' 
Burgeo, La Poile, Rose Blanche, Channel (Port-aux-Basques), 'Bav Sr! 
George (Sandy Point, monthly), Port-au-Port (monthlv), Bay of Islands 
(Curling), Bonne Bay (Curzon Village). 

Mails for places between St. John's and Channel for despatch bv this 
steamer will be closed by the G. P. 0. every alternate Wednesday at nine 
o'clock, a. m., and to connect with the steamer at Placentia the followintr 
Thursday morning at 7.30 a. m. If it should be possible to hasten de*^ 
livery of mail matter for any of the above-named places by despatching it 



Post Offi,ce Department. 83 

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per rail to connect with this steamer on her return to Port-aux-Basques, 
it will be so sent. 

SOUTH COAST SERVICE. 

The s. s. Glencoe performs this service, leaving Placentia every Satur- 
day evening after arrival of mail train fi'oni St. John's, and will call at 
the following named places : Burin and St. Lawrence (alternately), For- 
tune, Grand Bank, Eelleoram, St. Jacques, Harbor Briton, Hermitage, 
Pushthrough, Balena, Rencontre (each alternate trip), Raniea, Burgeo, 
Grand Bruit (each alternate trip), La Poile, Rose Blanche and Channel, 
(Port-aux-Basques). 

Mails for the above places will be closed every Saturday morning at 
7.30 o'clock. A supplementary mail will also be despatched to connect 
with this steamer at Port-aux-Basques by the Sunday express, and will be 
closed at the G. P. 0. every Saturday evening at 9.30 o'clock, unless it 
would expidite delivery to hold it back for despatch by the Coastal steamer 
from St. John's. 

MAIL SAILING PACKET SERVICE. 

Fortune Bay. 

A Mail Packet will leave St. Jacques weekly after the arrival of the 
mail from St. John's, calling at the following named places going and re- 
turning : Belleoram, Pool's Cove, Bay du Nord, Bay d' East, Lally Cove, 
Rencontre, Fortune Bay, Stone's Cove, Anderson's Cove, English Harbor 
East, Terencevill^, Harbor Mille, Little Bay East, Fox Cove and Bay 
L'Argent. 

Harbor Briton, Sagona and Brunette. 

Packet leaves Harbor Briton fortnightly calling at Brunette and 
Sagona Islands. 

Garnish and Belleoram, 

A Mail Packet leaves Garnish fortnightly after the arrival of the 
mails per courier overland from Burin, calling at English Harbor West, 
Point Enragee, St. Jacques and Belleoram. 

Hermitage Bay. 

A Packet leaves Pushthrough weekly after the arrival of mails 
from St. John's, calling at the following named places : Great Jervois, 
Bay D'East, Bay du Nord, McCallum Bay, Little Bay, Round Harbor, 
Gaultois, Hermitage, Grole and Pass Island. 

BY V;^AGGON. 

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. 
AT„n. „i^.^ ^v, Af.„j.,. „^,i rru„„.,i.,/„^ £. o/^ p j^^_ during winter. 



84 Post Office Department. 

Special attention given to Orders for 

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

during winter, and, in smumer, Mondays at 7 a. m. and Thursdays at 

6.30 p. m. 
For Portugal Cove and Bell Island every day (Sundays excepted). 
For Broad Cove and Freshwater Valley, daily from 1st May to 31st Oct. 

Bi-weekly from 1st Nov. to 30th April. 

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

GENERAL DIRECTIONS TO THE PUBLIC. 

Registered Letters. 

Register all valuable letters. 

Always communicate to the 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, and be carelul to discriminate between 
places of the same name. 

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

Letters containing gold or silver money, jewels, or anything liable to 
Customs duty, 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, unless ad- 
dressed in care of a resident, or to some box in the Post Office. 

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

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

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

Re-directed Letters. 

Letters re-directed to places in Newfoundland, 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 reciuest from the sender that the 
Letter, if not delivered ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^peciHed 



Post Office De2}artment. 85 

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in the request, may be returned to his address as reqviested, will be return- 
ed to tlie sender at the expiration of the time specified. 

Newspapers. 

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

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

Newspapers over four ounces 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 inches in length, nor twelve 
inches in breadth or depth. The limit of weight of a book packet ad- 
dressed to any place within the Colony, Great Britain, Canada or the 
United States, is three pounds. Postage — one cent per two ounces. Cir- 
culars — one cent each v\nder 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 to the value of three 
cents, in addition to postage stamps representing ordinary postage rate. 

The limit of weight to Great Biitain and British possessions is five 
pounds ; the United States, twelve ounces ; and all countries in Europe, 
eight ounces. Postage— 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 country. 

Registration. 

Every letter and packet intended for registration must be handed in 
at the wicket, and a receipt obtained therefor. On no account should it 
ba 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 registeis sent by the Govern- 
ment offi.ces to the Outports. The registration fee on letters and parcels 
to places in Newtoundland is three cents, including official registration ; 
to Great Britain, four cents ; to Canada and the United States, five cents. 

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



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Post Office Department. 



Ready-to-wear Skirts^ Blouses 



Matters which cannot be forwarded by Post. 

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

Letters containing gold or silver money, jev.'els, or any coin, or any- 
thing 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 


... 


Gaultois. 


Abraham's Cove 


St. George 




Port-au-Port. 


Adam's Cove 


Bay de Verde... 


• • • 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Admiral's Beach 


Placentia & St. M 


iry's. 


Salmonier. 


Admiral's Cove 


Ferryland 




Cape Broyle. 


Admiral's Cove 


u 


... 


Fernieuse. 


Adventure, Big & Little 


Bona vista 




Glovertown. 


Alcock Island 


Twillingate 


-1 


Leading Tickles; 
N.D.T.P.O. in summer. 


Alderburn 


(( 




Norris' Arm. 


Alder Island 


Fogo 


( 


Musgrave Harbor; 




O 


s. s. in summer. 


Alexander Bay (Reach) 


Bonavista 


• > •, 


Glovertown. 


Allan Island 


Burin 




Lamaline. 


Amherst Coves, ^ 
Upper, Mid., Low.j 


Bonavista 


... 


King's Cove. 


Anchor Point 


St. Barbe 


{ 


Flower's Cove, in summer; 

1-. -r~» 






Bonne Bay, in wintei'. 


Anderson's Cove 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


Anderson's Cove 


Trinity 




New Harbor. 


Angel's Cove 


Placentia & St. M 


ary's. 


St. Bride's, Placentia. 


Ann's Cove 


11 u 




Presque, Placentia. 


Ann's Cove 


Burin 




Lamaline. 


Anstey's Cove 


Twillingate ... 




Little Bay Island, 


Anthony Island 


Trinity 


•■■{ 


Ireland's Eye. Britannia 
Cove; T.P.b. in sum. 


Apsey Beach 


St. George 




Bay of Islands. 


Apsey Cove Point 


Trinity 




Shoal Harbor. 


Apsey Cove 


Fogo 


... y 


Musgrave Harbor; 
s. s. in sum. 


Aquaforte 


FfMivlaiid 


... 


Fprvvland. 



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Pest Office Directory.— (Continued). 



Name of Place. 


District, 


Post Town. 


Aquiilier 


Fortune 






Pushthrough. 


Archie Campbell's (J'e. 


St. George 






Port-au-Port. 


Argentia 


Placentia & St. 


Mary 


s. 


Argentia; Placentia R'way. 


Arnold's Cove 


(( 


11 




Arnold's Cove. 


Aspen Cove 


Twillingate .. 




.. 


Little Bay Island. 


Aspen Cove and Brook 


Trinity 




.. 


Shoal Harbor. 


Atlilone 


Ferry laud 






Caplin Bay. 


*Avondale 


Harbor Main 




.. 


Avondale. 


Bacalhoa 


Twillingate .. 




. 


Herring Neck, 


Baccalieu 


Bay -de-Verde 




.. 


Lower Island Cove. 


Bachelor's Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mavy 


's. 


( Valen Island, Placentia 
1 Bay T.P.O. 


Back Cove 


Burgeo & La Foile 




Buigeo. 


Back Cove 


Fogo 






Fogo. 


Back Cove 


St. Barbe 






We.^teru Cove; Coastal 








T.P.O. in summer. 


Back Harbor 


Twillingate .. 






Twillingate. 


Bacon Cove ... 


Harbor Main . 






Avondale. 


Badger Bay 


Twillingate . 






Pilley's Island, N.D.T.P.O 


Badger Quay 


Bonavi?ta 






Pool's Isiand. 


Baie Verte 


St. Barbe 




1 


Bay Verte; Coastal T.P.O 








in summer. 


Bailey's Point 


11 






Bonne Bay. 


*Baine Harbor 


Placentia & Si. 


Mary 


) . 


\ Baine Harbor, Placentia 
1 Bay T.PO. 


Bait Covp 


Twillingate . 

St. Geoi-ge 






' 


J-JtX L ' Vy w V \j ••• ... 

Bakan Cove 






Bay of Islands. 


Baker's Br'k, Bonne B. 


St. Barbe 


. 




Bonne Bay. 


Baker's Head 


Placentia & St. 


Marv 


s. 


Tre jassey. 


Baker's Cove 


Buigeo and La Poile 




La Poile. 


Baker's Tickle 


11 






Rose Blanche. 


Bald Nap 


Trinity 






Elliott's Cove. 


Balena 


Fortune 




, , 


Balena, per s. s. Glencoe. 


Ballentine Cove 


St. George 




, , 


Bay of Islands. 


Balsoni Bu<l Cove 


Twillingate . 






Tilt Cove. 


Bank Head ... 


St. George 






Railway T.PO. 


Barachois, Gt. & Little 


Placentia & St. 


Mary 


s. 


Placentia. 


Barachois, Big, Mid- f 
die and Lower, \ 


Burgeo and La Poile 


.• 


Channel. 


Barbaset 


St. Barbe 




{ 


Boune Bay (Gargamelle), 








T.P.O. in summer. 


Barr'd Brook 


U 


, 




Flower's Cove. 


Barr'd Islands 


Fogo 






Fogo, s.s. Annie iu summer. 


PnrpnpprT 


Mr-^yf-rlo-f-lino rra 






i^hrke's Beach. 



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Up-to-date Millinery^ Mantles and 





Post Office Directory.— (C 


ontinued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Baron's Island 




Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Barrocks 




St. Barbe 


... { 


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


Barrow 




Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L' Argent. 


Barrow Harbor 




Bonavista 




Salvage. 


Bartlett Cove 




Twillingate . . 


. . . 


Little Bay. 


Bartlett Harbor 




St. Barbe 




Bonne in winter ; 

rp "n r\ ' 








l.P.O. in summer. 


Bar Point 




Trinity 




Shoal Harbor. 


Bassett's Harbor 




Fogo 


■ '}. 


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


Bateau Gove 




St. Barbe 




Tilt Cove. 


Bateau Cove 




St. George 


• > • 


Bay of Islands. 


Bateaux Cove 




St. Barbe 




Bonne Bay. 


Bat's Path End 




Trinity 


• • . 


Shoal Harbor. 


Bauline 




Ferryland 


• . . 


Toad's Cove. 


Bauline 




St. John's 




Pouch Cove. 


*Bay Bulls 




Ferryland 




Bay Bulls. 


Bay Bulls' Arm 




Trinity 




Siintiyside, 


Bay d'Est, Fortune 


Bay 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


Bay-d'Est, Her. Bay.. 


a 




Push through. 


Bay de L'eau 


... 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


\ Baine Harbor, Placentia 
\ Bay T.P.O. 
Piishthrough. 


Bay de L'eau 




Foituiie 


... 


Bay de L'eau Island ... 


c; 


... 


(1 


Bay du Loup 




Burgeo and La 


Poile!!! 


Buigeo. 


Bay du Nord, For 


Bay 


Fortune 


... 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


Bay du Nord, Her. 


Bay 


11 




Pushthrough. ' 


Bay de Paris 




St. Barbe '.'. 




Pacquet, Tilt Cove. 


Bay D'Espoir 


... 


Foitune 


■ 1 


Gaultois. 

Lower Is. Cove, and T.P 0. 


*Bay de Verde 


... 


Bay-de-Veide .. 


on Tuesday and Saturday 








morning in summer. 


Bay des Vieux 


... 


Burgeo & La Pc 


ile ... 


Burgeo. 


*Bay L' Argent 




Fortune 


i 


Bay L'Argent via Placentia 
Bay T.P.O. 


*Bay of Islands 




St. George 




Bay of Islands. 


*Bay Roberts 




Harbor Giace.. 




Bay Roberts. 


Bay St. Genevieve 


... 


St. Baibf 


i 


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


Bear Brook 




St. George 




N.N.W. Railway T. P.O. 


Bear Cove 


... 


Ferryland 




Renews. 


Bear Cove 


... 


Twillingate ... 


... 


Little Bay. 


Bea,r Cove 


... 


l( 


... 


Three Arms, 



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Post Office Directory.— (Contir.ued). 


> 

Name of Place. 

f 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Bear Cove 


St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove. 


Bear Cove 


i( 


Western Cove, White Bav, 
N. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 


Bear Cove 


St. George 


Crabb's Brook, N.N. &W.II. 


Bear's Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace. 


Beachy Cove 


t( 


Bay Roberts. 


Beau Bois 


Burin 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Beaver Cove 


Twillingate 


Tilt Cove. 


Beaver Cove 


(( 


Little Bay. 


Beaverton 


(( 


Bovd's Cove, in winter ; 
N.D.B. T.P.O., in sum. 


Beaver Cove 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Beck ford 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 1 


Placentia. 


Bclburns 


St. Barbe 


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


*BeU Isle 


St. John's East 


Bell Island. 


Bell Isle (Lance Cove).; 


« 


Bell Isle. 


Belle Isle K 01 th 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Bell Island South ... 


c 


Oonehe. 


Bellman's Cove 


St. George 


Port-au-Port. 


*Belleoram 


Fortune 


Belleoram. 


Belvit- Bhv 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony. 


Ben Batt's Arm 


Twillingate 


Little Bay. 


Bennett Island 


Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


Bennett's Cove 


St. George 


St. George's. 


Benoit's Cove 


u 


Bay of Islands. 


Benson Point 


Twillingate 


Little Bay. 


Bett's Cove 


(( 


Nipper's Harbor. 


Berry Head 


St. George 


Port-au-Port. 


Be van Cove 


Burgee & La Poile ... 


La Poile. 


Bides Arm 


St. Barbe 


Western Cove, Coastal 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Bides Cove 


(( 


(1 


Big Brook 


u 


Cape Norman, Griguet. 


Big Brook 


St. George 


Channel. 


Big Cove 


St. Barbe 


Western Cove. 


Big Island 


u 


(( 


Big Salmonier 


Burin 


Burin. 


Big River, Codrov .. 


iSt. George 


Grand River. 


Bill Cove (Middle) .. 


Bonavista 


Pool's Island, Cape Freels. 


Birch Cove 


i u 


Bonavista. 


Birch Cove 


Trinity ; 


Fox Har., Northern Bi^ht, 
T. Bay T.P.O., in sum. 


Biich Island 


. Twilliogate ... 


Exploits. . 



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Celebrated '' Cravenette'^ Raincoats 



Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 



Name oi' Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Birchy Bay 

Birchy Cove 
Birchy Gove 
Birchy Cove 

Birchy Head 
Bird Cove 
Bird Island Cove 
Bird Islands 
Biscayan Bay 
Biscay Bay 
Bishop's Cove 
Bishop's Cove 
Bishop Harbor 
Black Brook 

Black Duck Brook 
Black Duck Cove 

Black Duck Cove 

Black Duck Cove 

*Blackhead 
Blackhead 
Blackhead 
Blackhead Bay 
Blackhead Cov^ 

Black Island 
Black Island Tickle 
*Black River 
Blake Pond 
Blaketown 
Blan chard 
Bloody Arm 
Bloomfield 

Blo\v-me-do\vn 
Blovv-nie-down 
Blo\v-me-down 
Blo\v-me-down 

Bluff Head Cove 



Twillingate .. 

Bona vista 
St. George 
Twillingate .. 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

St. John's East 
Placentia & St. 
Harbor Grace.., 
Port-de-Grave 
Bonavista 
Trinity 

St. George 
Trinity 



St. Barbe 

Bay-de-Verde.. 
St. .John's 
Twillingate .. 
Bonavista 
Fogo 

Twillingate .. 

u 

Placentia & St. 

Fogo 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

Bay-de- Verde... 
Port-de-Grave 
St. George 
Twillingate ... 



Mary's 



Lewisport, Campbellton, 

in summer. 
Bonavista. 
Bay of Islands. 
IJackson's Cove, N.D. Bay 
! T.P.O. in summer. 
Bonne Bay. 
Flower's Cove. 
Bonavista. 
Britannia Cove. 
Ponch Cove. 



Portugal Cove via Benews. 
.. Spaniard's Bay. 
. Brigus. 
.! Salvage. 

.Fox Har., Northern Bight, 
I T.P.O. in summer. 
.iStephenville Crossing. 
British Har., Shoal Har., 

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

T.P.O. in summer. 
Flower's Cove, Bonne Bay, 

in winter. 
Carbonear (Forward). 
St. John's. 
Little Bay Island. 
King's Cove. 
Seldom-come-by, s.s. Falcon 

in summer. 
Exploits. 

Mary's Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Gander Bay. 

Whitbourne. 

Harbor Briton. [sum. 

Gander Bay s.s. Falcon in 

Musgrave Town, B. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 
... Carbonear (Forward). 
... Port-de-Grave. 
... Bay of Islands. 
... Twillingate. 
..,1 « 



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Post Office Directory. — (Continued). 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Bluff Head Cove 


Trinity 




Shoal Harbor. 


Bhiff Head Cove 


St. George 


. . . 


Stephenville Crossing. 


Boar Island 


Burgeo and La 


Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Boat Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Baine Harbor, Placentia 








Bay T.P.O. 


Boat Har., Boat Stern. 


St. Barbe 


. 


Flower's Cove. 


Bobby's Cove 


Twillingate .. 




Tilt Cove. 


Bobby's C'e, New Bay. 


u 


... 


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


Bonah, Great & Little. 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Bonaventure 


Trinity 


. 


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


*Bonavista 


Bonavista 


. 


Bonavista. 


*Bonne Bay 


St. Barbe 


■ ■ • • 


Bonne Bay. 


Bonne Bay, Her. Bay.. 


Fortune 


..■ 


Pushth rough. 


Boot Harbor 


Twillingate .. 


. 


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


Bordeaux 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Arnold's Cove. 


Bos Warlas 


St. George's .. 


> . ■> 


Stephenville Crossing. 


*Botwoodville 


Twillingate .. 


. 


Botwoodville. 


Boutiton, Hillier's Hr.. 


St. Barbe 


• • * ■ 


Englee. 


Bowling Pond Road ... 


Fogo 


• 


Tilton Harbor, Fogo, 
s.s. Falcon in summer. 


Brown's Mead 


Trinity 


• •■ 


Shoal Harbor. 


Boxey 


Fortune 


• • •• 


St. .Jacques. 


Boyd's Island 


Twillingate .. 


• ■ •• 


Twillingate. 


Boyd's Cove 


a 


• 


Boyd's Cove, in winter ; 
N.D. T.P.O., in summer. 


Bradbury's Hill 


Port-de-Grave 


• •■ 


Bay Roberts. 


Bradley's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde.. 


• • •• 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Bragg's Island 


Bonavista 


. 


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


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 


u 


« • • • 


(( 


Braziel 


Burgeo and La 


Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


Bread and Cheese Cove 


Ferryland 


. 


Bay Bulls. 


Bread Cove, Clode Sd.. 


Bonavista 


. 


Charlottetown, B.B. T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Brent Island 


St. Barbe 


• 


St. Anthony. 


Brent's Cove 


<( 


. 


Tilt Cove. 


-,-. . t r^ n m 


Til J . O (-.J 


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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Bridgers 
Brig Bay 


Twillingate 

St. Barbe 




Straits T.P.O. ; Bonne 






Bay, in winter. 


Brigus 


Port-de-Grave 


Brigus. 


Brigus Junction 




Bailwav T P 


Brigus South 


Ferry land 


Brigus South, Bav Bulls. 


Brine's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove. 


Briney's Cove 


Twillingate 


u 


*Britannia Cove 


Trinity 


Elliott's Cove, in winter; 
T.B. T.P.O. in summer. 


British Harbor 


(( 


Trinity, in winter ; 
T.B. T.P.O. in summer. 


Broad Cove 


(( 


Dildo. 


Broad Be., Smith's Sd. 


a 


Shoal Harbor. 


Broad Cove 


(( 


Bonaventure, T. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Broad Cove, N. Shore.. 


Bay-de-Verde 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Broad Cove 


Ferry land 


Renews. 


Broad Cove 


St. Geoige 


St. George. 


Broad Cove 


Bonavista 


King's Cove. 


Broad Cove 


C-. 


Greenspond. 


Broad Cove 


u 


Newman's Sound, Salvage. 


Broad Cove, Rushoon.. 


Burin 


Baine Har., Railway T.P.O. 


Broad Cove 


Harbor Main 


Conception Hr., Avondale. 


Broad Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Trepassey. 


Broads 


Harbor Grace 


Bay Roberts. 


Brook Cove 


Trinity 


Heart's Content. 


Brook Cove 


(I 


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


Brooktield 


Bonavista 


Pool's Island, Wesleyville. 


Brookfield 


Trinity 


Clarenville. 


Brooklyn 


Bonavista 


Brooklyn, B. Bay T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Broom Cove 


Bay-de-Verde 


Carbonear (Forward). 
Salvage. 


Broom Close 


Bonavista 


Broom's Bottom 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Broom's Point 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Brown's Cove 


it 


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


Brown's Cove 


Bi\rin 


Burin. 


Brown's Mead 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Brown's Harbor 


Burgeo & La Poile ... 




Brule, or Brewley, 
Merasheen Island,... 





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Name of Place. 


District. Post Towns. 


Brunette 


Fortune 


Harbor Briton. 


Bryant's Cove, Clode 


Bonavista 


Port Blandford, T.P.O. in 


Sound, 




summer. 


Bryant's Cove 


Harbor Grace 


... Harbor Grace. 


Buckley Cove, New- 


Bonavista 


■ > • • t 


man's Sound 




Salvage. 


Bull Ann 


Trinity 


N.N.W. Eailway T.P.O. 


Bull Cove 


Poit-de-Grave 


... Brigus. 


Bull Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Bullock's Tickle 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Bunyan Cove, Clode Sd. 


a 


Port Blandford, T.P.O. 

in summer. 


*Burgeo 


Burgeo and Li 


i Poile. . Burgeo. 


Burgeo 


Placentia & St 


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


Burgoyne's Cove 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


•*Burin 


Burin 


... Burin. 


*Burin North 


(1 


*Burin North. 


Burin Bay 


u 


Burin. 


Burin Cove 


Ferryland 


Toad's Cove. 


Burnt Arm 


Twillingate 


Botwoodville. 


*Burnt Bay, Lewisport 


(( 


Lewisporte. 


Burnt Brook 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Burnt Cvoe, or Harbor 


Twillingate 


Little Bay Island. 


Burnt Head 


Port-de-Grave 


... Cupids. 


P)urnt Island 


Bonavista 


.. Gambo, via Fair Island, in 
winter ; B.B. T.P.O. in 
summer. 


Burnt Island 


Twillingate 


Leading Tickles, N. D. Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 


Burnt Island 


C( 


Exploits. 


Burnt Island 


Placentia & St 


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


Burnt Islands 


Buigeo & La " 


^oile ... Rose Blanche. 


Burnt Point 


Bay-de-Verde 


... Carbonear (Forward). 


Burnt Woods 


u 


<i (( 


Burton's Pond 


Twillingate 


Nipper's Harbor. 


Burt's Cove 


Fogo 


Change Islaude. 


Burying Place 


Twillingate 


Tilt Cove. 


Bussey's Pofnt 


Fogo 




... Urdnuei iJdy, b.f>. in 






; summer. 


Bustard Cove 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay, Port-ru.Choix, 

T.P.O. in summer. 


Butler Cove 


Twillingate 


Leading Tickles. 


■Rntler Bi'nok 


St. George 


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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Butter Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Button Hole Cove ... 


Twillingate 


Tilt Cove. 


Cabot Island 


Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


Canada Bay 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Canaille 


Bonavista 


Bonavista. 


Candle Cove 


u 


Greenspond. 


Canning Cove 


it 


Musgravetown, in winter ; 
B.B. T.P.O., in summer. 


Cann Island 


Fogo 


Seldom-come-by. 


Canaries 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Campbell's Cove 


St. George 


Stephenville Crossing, 
Port-au-Port. 


Campbellton 


Twillingate 


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


Cap Cove 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Cape Anguille 


St. George 


Codroy, Searstown. 


Cape Ballard 


Ferryland 


Renews. 


Gape Bauld 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Cape Bonavista 


Bonavista 


Bonavista. 


*Cape Broyle 


Ferryland 


Cape Broyle. 


Cape Cove 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Cape Dog ... 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Mary's. 


Cape Fogo 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Cape Freels 


Bonavista 


Wesleyville. 


Cape Gregory 


St. George 


Trout River. 


Cape Island 


Placentia 


Wesleyville. 


Cape La Hune 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Coastal T. P. 0. West. 


Cape Mutton 


Placentia & St. Mary's, 


Trepassey. 


Gape Norman 


St. Barbe 


Griquet. 


Cape d'Ognon, or 






Cape Onion 


11 


(( 


Gape Pine 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Cape Eace 


It 11 


Portugal Cove, via Renews. 


Cape Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Railway T. P. 0. 


Gape Piodger Harbor... 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T. P. 0. 


Cape Rouge Harbor... 


St. Barbe 


Conche. 


Cnpe Spear 


St. .John's 


St. .John's. 


Cape St. Francis 


It 


Pouch Cove. 


Gape St. Mary's 


Placentia & St. Mary'?. 


Placentia. 


Caplin Bay 


Ferryland 


Caplin Bay. 


Caplin Bay 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Caplin Cove 


Bay-de- Verde 


Lower Island Cove. 


Caplin Cove 


Ferryland 


Toad's Cove. 


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Name of Place.i 


District. 


Post Towns. 



'Japlin Cove 
Capliu Cove 
Caplin Cove 
Caplin Oove 
*Caibonear 
Caibonear Island 
Card's Harbor 

Carter's Cove 
Cascade Cove 
Castle Cove 
Castor's Harbor 
Castor's River 
*CHtalina 
Cat Bay 
Cat Cove 
Cat Harbor 
Cat's Cove 
Cat's Cove 
Ceutie's Cove 
Chain Cove (Chance) 
Chaleur Bay 
Chalker's Cove 
Chamberlains 
Chamber's Brook 
Chance Cove 
Chance Cove 
Chance Harbor 
*Cliange I^ian(ls 
*Chaiuiel 
Chapel Arm 
Chapel Island 
Chapel's Cove 
Chapel's Island 
Charlie Shear's Cove. 

Charlottetown 
Child's Point 
Chimney Bay 
Chimney Cove 
Chouse Brook 

Chuixh Cove 
Church Cove 



Trinity 
Twillingate 



Carbonear 
Twillingate ... 

u 

Fortune 
Bona vista 

St. Barbe 

it 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Fogo 

Burin 

Harbor Main 

Tiinity 

Ferryiand 

Burgeo & La Poile 

St. Barbe 

Harbor Main ... 

St. Barl)e 

Ferryiand 

Trinity 

Twillingate ... 

Fogo 

Burgeo & La Poile 

Trinity 

Twillingate ... 

Harbor Main ... 

Fortune 

St. George 

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

St. John's East 
Ferryiand 



Northern Bight. 

Exploits. 

Little Bay Island. 

Tilt Cove, 

Carbonear. 

Herring Neck, N. D, Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Moreton's Harbor. 
Fash through. 
King's Cove. 
Bonne Bay. 

Catalina. 

Gambo. 
lEnglee. 

Wesley ville. 

Burin. 

Avondale. 

Bay Bulls Arm, Ry. T.P.O. 

Renews. 

South Coast T. P. 0. 

Flower's Cove. 

Topsail. 

Flower's Cove. 

Renews. 

Chance Cove, vio Rantem. 

Moreton's Harbor. 

Change Islands. 

Channel. 

Railway T. P. 0. 

Twillingate, Moreton's Hr. 

C. B. Railway T. P. O. 

Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 

Stephenville Crossing, 
Purt-au-Port. 

Port Blandlbrd, B.B.T.P.O. 

Bay of Islands. [in sum. 
.lEnglee. 
. St. George. 
.iCoachman's Cove, N. E. 

j Coast T.P.O. in summer. 
.:Torbay. 
. iCape Broyle. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns 



Cinq Cerfs 
Cinq lies Bay 
Clam C'e (Glamoi 
Clam Bank Cove 
*Clarenville 



gan), 



*Clarke's Beach 
Clarke's Brook 
Clarke's Cove 
Clatise Harbor 
Clay Cove 
Clay Pits 
Clode Sound 
Clown's Cove 
Coachman's Cove 
Coachman's Island 
Coal All 
Cobbler's Island 
Cobb's Arm 
Codroy 

Cod's Head Cove 
Cod Jack's Cove 
Cod rick's Cove 
Coifee Cove ... 
Colchester 
Cold Harbor ... 
Coley's Point ... 
Collier's 

Collier's 15ay Cove 
Colinet 
Colinet Island 
Collins' Cove ... 
Columbier Island 
Collett Cove ... 
Come-by-Chance 



Burgeo & La Poile .. 

Fortune 

Ferryland 

St. George 

Trinity 

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

St. Bar be 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Bay-de-Verde 

St. Barbe 

Buiin 

Twillingate ... 
Bonavista 
iTwillingate ... 
St. George 
(Burgeo & La Poile 
Twillingate ... 
Fogo 
{Twillingate ... 

Bonavista 
Harbor Grace 

Harbor Main 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 



Conie-by-Chance Vill'e " " 

Comfort Cove Twillingate 

*Conception Harbor... Harbor Main 

Conche St. Barbe 

Coney Arm " 

Confusion Bay ...j " 



La Poile, 

Belleoram, Bay L'Aigent. 

Renews. 

Stephenville Crossing, 

Port-au-Port. 
Clarenville. 
Clarke's Beach. 
Bay of Islands. 



Placentia Bay T. P. 0. 

Englee. 

Nortliern Bight. [in sum. 

Port Blandford, B.B.T.P.O. 

Carbonear (Forward). 

Coachman's Cove. 

Burin. 

Twillingate. 

Green spond. 

Herring Neck. 

Searstown. 

La Poile. 



Change Islands. 



Nipper's Harbor. 
Greenspond. 
Bay Roberts. 
Avondale. 
Chance Cove. 
Whitbourne. 
Salmonier. 
Burin. 

Placentia. 
Come-bv-chance, via Rv. 

T.P.6. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Lewisport, Campbellton, 

in summer. 
Avondale. 
Conche. 
Jackson's Arm, N. 

T.P.O. 

TUt Cove. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Conn 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L' Argent. 


Connaigre Bay 


u 


Harbor Briton. 


Conne River 


li 


Gaultois. 


Connoire Bay... 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo, or Grand Bruit. 


Cook's Cove 


Trinity 


Old Perlican, Lower I. Ce. 


Cook's Cove 


St. George 


Bry of Islands. 


Cook's Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Coomb's Cove 


Fortune 


St. Jacques. 


Cooper's Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Cooper's Cove 


U 11 


Argentia, Plac. By. T.P.O. 


Cooper's Point 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Coppet 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Ramea. 


Corbin 


Burin 


Burin. 


Corbin 


Fortune 


Belleoram. 


Cormorandier 


St. Barbe 


Conche. 


Cornelieus Island 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


^Corner Brook 


St. George 


Railway T.P.O. 


Corner Br'k, N.W.Arm 


Twillingate 


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


Gotrel's Cove 


(1 


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


Cottell's Island, now \ 
St. Brendan's, J 


Bonavista . . \ 


Glovertown, in winter; 
B.B. T.P.O., in summer. 


Cottle Cove, "1 


Twillingate ... \ 


Lewisport, in winter; 


Farmer's Arm, J 


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


Country Path 


Harbor Grace 


Bay Roberts. 


Courage's Beach 


u 


Harbrr Grace. 


Coward's Island 


Bonavista 


Flat Islands, B. Bay. 


Cow Cove, Cow Head.. 


St. Barbe ... f 
1 


Bonne Bay, Straits T.P.O. 


Cow Harbor 


in summer. 


Crabb's Brook 


St. George 


Railway T.P.O. 


Crabb's Hole 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Crane's Brook 


Harbor Grace 


Bay Roberts. 


Crawley's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Creek 


St. George 


Stephenville Crossing, 
Port-au-Port. 


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. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Croucher Cove 


Twillineate 


Little Bay Island. 





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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Cub C'e, White Bear B. 
Cuckold's Cove 
Cuckold's Cove 
Cul-de-Sac 

Cull Harbor 
Cull Harbor 
Cull Island 
*Cupids 
Currant Island 



Cuslett 
Cutwell Arm 
Cutwell Harbor 
Damnable Harbor ... 
Dancing Cove 
Daniel's Cove 
Daniel's Cove, Random 
Daniel's Harbor 

Daniel's Point 

Dantzic Coves 

Dark Cove 

Dark Cove 

Dark Harbor, Eandom 

Dark Hole, 

Dark Tickles 

Derrell's Home 

Davy Button's Cove ... 

Davis Cove 

Davies Ce, near Burgee 

Dawson's Cove 

Dead Isles, or Isles 

aux Morts 
Dead Lobster Bay 
Dead man's Bay 
Deadman's Bay, Cat H. 
Deadman's Cove 
Deadman's Cove 

Degrat du Cheval 
Deep Bight, Random... 



Burgeo & La Poile 

St. John's 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

Bona vista 

Twillingate ... 
Port-de-Grave 
St. Barbe 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Twillingate . 

u 

Bonavista 

n 

Bay -de-Verde 
Trinity 
St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burin 

Boaavista 

u 

Trinity 

u 

Twillingate ,, 
Port-de-Grave 
Twillingate .. 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Fortune 

Burgeo & La Foile ... 

Fortune 

St. .John's 

Fogo 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 



Burgeo. 

King's Bridge, 

Trinity. 

Cape La Huue, per Coastal 

T.P.O. 
Glovertown. 
Pool's Island. 
Leading Tickles. 
Cupids. 
Straits of Belle Isle T.P.O. 

in summer; Bonne Bay 

in Avinter. 
Placentia. 
Little Bay Island. 
Little Bay Island. 
Salvage. 



Old Perlican, L. I. Cove. 

Shoal Harbor. 

Straits T.P.O. in summer. 

Bonne Bay in winter. 
Trepassey. 
Lamaline. 
Gambo. 
Salvage. 

Northern Bight. 
Clarenville. 

Pilley's Island, Troytown. 
Port-de-Grave. 
Twillingate. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Hermitage Cove. 

Channel. 
Pushthrough. 
St. John's. 
Wesleyville in summer. 



Flower's Cove, Bonne Bay, 

in winter. 
Englee. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Deep Cove 
Deep Cove 
Deep Cove 
Deepwater Bay 
Deep water Cove 
Deer Brook 
Deer Harbor 

Deer Harboi' (Lower).. 
Deer Island 

Deer Island 
Deer Lake 
Delby's Cove 

Denier Island 

Denier Island 

Devil's Bay, Eencontre 

Devil's Cove 

Dildo 

Dildo Run 

Dirty Cove 

Dock Ridge 

Dock, Bareneed 

Doctor's Harbor 

Doctor's Harbor 

Dodding Head 

Dog Bay 

Dog Cove, Cottell's Id. 

Dog Cove 
Dog Cove 
Dog Cove 

Dog Har., Merasheen... 
Dog Isld., Bird Cove,) 
Dog Peninsula, / 
Dollard Arm 
Dollman's Point 
Dolly Cove 
Dominion Point 
Dossenser's Cove 



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

Trinity 



Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile. 
St. George 
Trinity 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Harbor Main 

Port-de-Grave 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

Fortune 

Burin 

Fogo 

Bonavista 



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



St. Barbe 

Twillingate 
Bonavista 
Trinity 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe 



Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Channel. 

Griguet. 

Exploits. 

Bonne Bay. 

Britannia Cove, T. Bay, 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Fox Har., Northern Bight. 
Gooseberry Island, B. Bay, 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Burgeo. 

Railway T.P.O. 
British Har., T. Bay, 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Salvage. 
Pilley's Island. 
S.S. ' Glencee.' 
Jackson's Arm. 
Dildo. 

Say Farmer's Arm. 
Salvage. 
Avondale. 
Clarke's Beach. 
Burgeo. 

Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 
Burin. 
Boyd's Cove in winter; 

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

in summer. 
Gambo. 
Pushthrongh. 
Salmoniar. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Flower's Cove, Bonne Bay, 

in winter. 
Three Arms. 
Gambo. 

Btitannia Cove. 
Botwoodville. 
Coachman's Cove. 

,'le's Station, Rv T.P.O. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns, 



Dragoon Bay, near 

Richard's Harbor ... 
Drake Cove 
Dreadfall Point 
Drogheda 
Droke 

Duggan's Cove 

Dunsmere 

*Dunville 

Durant Island 

Duricle 

Durrell's Arm 

East Bay 

Easter Cove, Indian Id, 

East Point 
Bastean Tickle 
Ebonlements, Port- 

au-Choix 
Eddy's Cove 
Elliott's Cove 
Elliott's Point 
EUiston 
Emberley's Pond 

Englee 

English Cove 

English Cove 

English Harbor East. . . 

English Harbor West.. 

English Harbor 

English Harbor 

*Ep\vorth 

Evan's Rock, Random, 

^Exploits 

Exploits (Lower Har.), 

Facheux Bay 

Fair Island' 

Famish Cove 
Farewell Harbor 



Burgeo and La Poile... 

Bona vista 

Burgeo & La Poile ... 
Port-de-Grave 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. Barbe 

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

Twillingate ... 
Burgeo & La Poile ... 
Fogo 

Burgeo & La Poile ... 
Fogo 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Twillingate ... 

St. Barbe 

Harbor Main 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Burin 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Burgeo & La Poile ... 
Bona vista 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 
Fogo 



Pushthrough. 

Greenspond. 

Channel. 

Brigus. 

Portugal Cove, Trepassev 

Bay. 

Lnglee, White Bay. 
St. Ann's, C. B. Railway. 
Placentia Railway. 
Channel. 

Placentia, Beaubois. 
Twillingate. 
La Poiie. 
Seldoin-come-by, 

s.s. in sum. 

LaPoile. 
Fogo. 

Bonne Bay T.P.O. in sum. 

Flower's Cove. 

Elliott's Cove. 

Exploits. 

Bonavista. 

Boyd's Cove, N.D. Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Englee. 

Collier's, Avondale. 
St. Mary's. 

Belleoram, Bay L' Argent. 
St. Jacques. 
Conche. 
Trinity. 
Ep worth. 
Glarenville. 
Exploits. 

Pushthrough. 

Gambo in winter; B. B. 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Change Islands, or 

)ve. 



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Piano and Organ Warehouse 


in the City. 


Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Farmer's Arm 


Twillingate 


Lewisport in wintej; N.D. 


Farmer's Arm, N.W.I. 


u 


" [T.P.O. in snm. 


Farrell'a Cove 


u 


Fortune Harbor. 


Feather Point 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace. 


Felix Cove 


St. George 


Port-au-Port, Ste, Crossing. 


Femme 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


Fermeuse 


Ferry land 


Fermeuse. 


Ferrole Point, &c. 


St-Barbe 


Bonne Bay in winter; 
T.P.O. insum mer. 


*Ferryland 


Ferryland 


Ferryland. 


Fichot Islands 


St. Barbe 


Conche, St. Julian's. 


Fishell's Brook 


St. George 


Railway T.P.O. 


Fish Head Cove 


Burgeo & La Poile ... 


La Poile. 


Five Islands Bap 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


Flagstaff 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Flambro' Head 


Bay-de- Verde 


Lower Island Cove. 


Flat Bay 


St. George 


Railway T.P.O. 


Flat Islands 


Bonavista 


Salvage, in winter ; 

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


*Flat Island 


Burin 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Flat Id, St. John's ) 
Bay, / 


St. Barbe ... ' 


Bonne Bay; Straits T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Flat Rock 


Carbonear 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Flat Rock, Aquaforte.. 


Ferryland 


Ferryland. 


Flat Rock 


St. John's 


Flat Rock. 


Fleur de Lys 


St. Barbe 


Coachman's Cove. 


Fort Amherst 


St. John's 


St. John's. 


Fort Point 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Flower's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove. 


Flower's Island 


Bona vista 


Pool's Island. 


Flurry's Bight 


Twillingate 


Fortune Harbor. 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Foote's Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Forrester's Point 


St. Barbe 


Bonne 1 Bay, in winter ; 
Straits T.P.O., in sum. 


*Foster's Point 


Trinity 


Elliott's Cove. 


*Fortune 


Burin 


Fortune. 


Fortune Arm 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


*Fortune Harbor 


Twillingate 


Fortune Harbor. 


Fourchette 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Fox Bay or Cove 


Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


Fox Cove 


Burin 


Beaubois, Placeutia Bay 


T.f.U. 



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AYRE & SONS, I.td., for Chickering, 


Post Office Directory. — (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Fox Harbor 
Fox Harbor 

Fox Head Cove 
Fox Island 
Fox Island 
Fcx Island River 
Fox Point 
Fox Roost 
Foxtrap 
Francis Cove 
Francois, near Ren- 
contre, 
Frank Island 
French Cove 
Fredericton 

French's Cove 
Frenoh Island Harbor. 
Frenchman's Cove ... 
Frenchman's Cove ... 
Frenchman's Ce Beach 
Frenney Cove 
*Fresh water 
Freshwater 
Freshwater 

Freshwater, Placentia.. 
Freshwater 
Freshwater 

Freshwater, Bell Isle .. 
Freshwater Bay 
Freshwater Bay 
Freshwater Bay 
Friday's Bay 

Frost Cove 
Fry's Beach 
Furby's Cove 
Gad's Harbor 
Gad's Harbor 
Gales' Harbor 
Gales' Harbor 
Galiboy Harbor 



Placentia & St. 
Trinity 



Mary's. 



Fogo 

Burgeo & La Poile . . 

Fortune 

St. Barbe ... '... 
Burgeo & La Poile ... 

Harbor Main 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burgeo and La Poile 



Fortune 
Fogo 

Harbor Grace, 

St. Barbe 

Ferryknd 

Burin 

St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary 

Bay-de-Verde. 

Ferryland 

Placentia & St. Mary' 

Trinity 

St. John's East 

Bonavista 
St. John's "West 
Ferryland 
Twillingate ... 

(1 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

St. George 

Burgeo and La Poile 



Fox Harbor. 
Northern Bight, T. Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Change Islands. 
Ramea. 
Gaultois. 

St. Anthony. 

Channel. 

C. B. Railway. 

ValanId, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Rencontre, per Glencoe. 

Burgeo. 

Gaultois. 

Gander Bay in winter. 

s.s. in summer. 

Bay Roberts. 

Flower's Cove. 

Renews. 

Garnish. 

Bay of Islands. 

Placentia. 

Caibonear. 

Ferryland. 

Renews. 

Jersey side. 

Trinity. 

Freshwater. 

Bell Island. 

Gambo. 

St. John's. 

Toad's Cove. 

Twillingate, N. D. Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Morton's Harbor. 
Litile Bay. 

Gaultois, Hermitage Cove. 
Bonne Bay. 
Trinity. 
Codroy. 
Channel. 



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Kouiscli and Bell Pianos. 


Post 


Office Directory. — (Continued). 


•> 

Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Gallow's Har., St. "( 
Joseph's, j 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Placentia Bay. 


Gander Bay 


Fogo 


Gander Bay. 


*Ganibo 


Bonavista 


Garnbv. 


Gatgaiuelle 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay ; Straits 
TP.O. in sum. 


Garia 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


Garnish, Great & Little 


Fortune 


Burin. 


Garrott's Cove 


Trinity 


Bay Bulls Arm ; 
Railway T.P.O. 


Garrett's 


11 


Northern Bight. 


Gaskier's (Gascoigne)... 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


St. Mary's. 


Gasters 


Harbor Main ... 


Avondale. 


*Gaultois 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Genevieve Bay 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


George's Brook 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


George's Cove 


<( 


Bonaventurt. 


George's Cove 


i( 


Northern Bight. 


George's Town 


Port-de-Grave 


Brigus. 


Giles' Point 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Gillanis 


u 


(( 


Gi Hard's Cove 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


Gin Cove, Sniitn's Sd.. 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Glenburns 


St. Baibe 


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


*Glenwood 


Fogo 


Glen wood. 


Glide Brook 


St. George 


Railway T.P.O. 


Glover Harbor 


Twillingate ... 


Leading Tickles. 


Glovertown 


Bonavista 


Gl")vertovvn. 


Goblin Bay 


Fortune 


Pushthrough. 


God Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Goddenville 


Harbor Grace 


Spaniard's Boy. 


Godfather's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Western Cove, White Bay 
N. Coast T.P.O. sum. 


God Hr., near Garnish 


Fortune 


Burin. 


Gold Cove, White Bay 


St. Barbe 


Western Cove, White Bay 
N. Coast T.RO. sum. 


Godden Bay 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Goldson's Arm 


Twillingate 


Herring Neck. 


Good Bay, Port-au- | 
Choix, 


St. Barbe ... | 


Bonne Bay, fn winter; 
Straits T.P.O. in summer. 


Goose Arm 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 



Doklyn, Mussravetown 



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Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Gooseberry 


Pkcentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Gooseberry Cove 


Trinity 


Northern Bight, Fox Hr. 
in summer. 


Gooseberry Island ... 


Bonavista 


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


Gooseberry Island ... 


St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove. 


Goose Cove 


i( 


St. Anthony. 


Goose Cove 


Trinitv 


Trinity Harbor. 


Goufre 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Goulds (Brigus) 


Port-de-Grave 


C.BRailway T.P.O. 


Goulds, Bay Bulls Rd.. 


St. John's West 


Goulds. 


Goulds' Point & Brook 


St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove. 


Governor's Island ; ... 


C( 


Bay of Islands- 


Grand Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


*Grand Bank 


Burin 


Grand Bank. 


Grand Beach 


C( 


a 


GrandjBrook 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Grand Bruit' 


■ ... 


Grand Bruit. 


Grand Ce, Confusion B. 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove. 


Grandes Ilettes Harbor 


u 


Conche. 


Grandes Oics 


t'. 


u 


Grand Vache 


" 


Western Cove, White Bay ; 
N. E. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 


Grand Ferry 


Fortune 


Garnish. 


Grand John 


(( 


Belleoram, Bay L' Argent. 


Grand La Pierre 


(( 


u ' n 


Gransway 


St. Barbe 


Conche. 


*Grand River 


St. George 


Searstown. 


Grandy's Brook 


Burgro and La Poile... 


Burgeo, 


Grandy's Island 


u u 


(( 


Grandy's Island 


St. Barbe 


Western Cove, White Bay ; 
N. E. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 


Grandy's Passage 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


Grandy's Point 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Valen, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Grant's Cove 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L' Argent. 


Grapnell Cove 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove. 


Grassey Brook 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Trepassey. 


Grate's Cove 


Bay-de- Verde 


Lower Island Cove. 


Gravels, now Port-au- 






Port 


St. George 


Stephenville Crossing. 


*Great Burin 


Burin 


Burin. ^ 


Great Cat Arm 


St. Barbe 


Jackson's Arm, N. E. Coast 



Post Ojjice, Depart'tiieiit. 


iOo 


Home, the Church and the School. 


Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place, District. 


Post Towns. 



Great CoUinet Island- 
Great Coney Arm 

Great Harbor 

Great Har., Connaigre. 

Great Harbor Deep ... 

Great Island 

Great Jervis 

Great Lawn 

Great Merasheeu 

Great Mosquito Cove... 

Great Paradise 

Great St. Joseph's 

Great Southern Har... 

Green Bay 

Green Cove and Island 

Green Head 

Green Gardens 

Green Island 

Green Island Brook ... 

Green Island Cove ... 

Green Island Cove ... 

Green Point 

Green Point 

Green's Bight 

Green's Harbor 

*Greenspnnd 

Greenspond 

Greep's Nest 

Greep's Nest 

Gregory River 

Griguet 

Groais Island 

Groat's Island 

Grole 

Guggle's Cove 

Gull Cove, Branch ... 

Gulleys 

Galleys (Brigus) 

Gull island 

Gull Island, Cape John 



Placentia & St. Mary's 
St. Barle 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Ferryland 

Fortune 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's 



Trinity 

Harbor Grace 
St. George 
Trinity 
St. Barbe 

Twillingate 
St. Barbe 

Fortune 

(I 

Trinity 
Bonavista 
St. Barbe 

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



Bonavista 
Fortune 
Harbor Grace 
Placentia & St. Mary's 
Harbor Main ... 
Port-de-Grave 
Bay-de-Verde... 
Twillingate ... 



Salmonier. 

Jackson's Arm, White Bay, 

N.E. Coast T.P.O. sum. 
La Poile. 
Harbor Briton. 
Western Cove, White Bay ; 
N. E. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 
Toad's Cove. 
Pushthrough. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Placentia T.P.O. 
Chance Cove. 
Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O, 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
La Manche. 
Catalina. 
Trinity. 
Spaniard's Bay. 
St. George's. 
Catalina. 
Flower's Cove. 

Exploits. 
Bonne Bay. 
Gaultois. 
Greenspond. 
New Harbor. 
Greenspond. 

Western Cove, White Bay ; 
N. E. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 
Brigut. 

Shoal Harbor. 
Trout River. 
Griguet. 
Conche. 
Greenspond. 
Pass Island. 
Bay Roberts. 

Placentia. [T.P.O. 

Upper Gullie, C. B. Ry. 
C.B. Railway T.P.O. 
Lower Island Cova. 
Tilt Cove. 
Sxploits. 



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Post 


Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Gull Marsh 


St.Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Gussett's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde... 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Ha Ha Bay 


St.'Barbe 


Griguet. 


Halfway Bay 


St. George 


Bry of Islands. 


Hall's Bay " 1 


Twillingate ... i 


Springdale, N. D. Bay 


Hall'e Bay Head 1 


T.P.O. in summer. 


Hall's (Tom) Harbor... 


Cfc 


Exploits. 


Hall's Town 


Port-de-Grave 


Bay Roberts. 


Hamilton Cove 


Twillingate 


Fortune Harbor. 


Handy Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


*Hant's Harbor 


Trinity 


Heart's Content. 


Happy Adventure ... 


Bona vista 


Glovertown. 


*Harbor Briton 


Fortune 


Harbor Briton. 


*Harbor Buffett 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Harbor Buffett, Plaeentia 
Bay T.P.O. 


Harbor Deep 


St. Barbe 


Coastal Steamer, in sum.; 
Jackson's Arm, in win. 


Harbor des Veoux . . , 


11 


Conche. 


Harbor Galley 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


*Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace 


Harbcr Grace. 


Harbor Grace Island.. 


a 


(( 


Harbor Island 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Harbor LeCou 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


*Harbor Main 


Harbor Main 


Harbor Main. 


Harbor Mille 


Fortune 


Belleoram. Bay L' Argent. 


Harbor Round 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove. ^ 


Hardy Cove 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Hare Bay 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthon}-, Lock's Cove, 
in winter. 


Hare Bay, Freshwater 






Bay 


Bonavista 


Gambo. 


Hare Bay, near 






Rencontre 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Glencoe. 


Hare Bay 


Fogo 

Fortune 




Hare Harbor 


Belleoram. 


Harricott, or Harry's 






Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Whitbourne. 


Harry's Harbor 


Twillingate 


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


Hart's Cove ...1 


a 


Twillingate. 


Hatchet Cove ...i 


Trinity ... '... 


Northern Bight. 


Hatcher's Cove ...' 

1 


Fortune 


Belleoram. 


Hatter's Point ...| 


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Great Dress Goods House. 


Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Hauling Point 
Hawke's Bay 

Hay ward's Cove, 
Cottell's Island, 

Hay Cove 

Hay Cove 

Hay Cove 

Haystack 

Head's Harbor, H. B 
Harbor, J 

Head of Fortune Bay .. 

Healej''s Cove 

*Heart's Content ] 

Heart's Delight V 

Heart's Desire J 

Heart's Ease 

Hermitage Cove 

Herring Cove 

■^Herring Neck 

Hibb's Hole 

Hickman's Harbor 

Highbeach 
Highlands 
Hilliard's Harbor 
Hiscock's Point 
Hodder's Cove 
Hodder's Cove 
Hodge's Cove 
Hogan Cove 

Hollett's Cove 
Hollowav's Passage 
Holyrood 
*Holyrood 
Hoop Cove 
Hooping Harbor 
Hog's Nose 
Hope All 
Hopewell 
Hopeville 



St.»:Barbe 



Bonavista . . -j 

u 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. Barbe 

Placentia & St, 

Twillingate . 

Fortune 
Harbor Main . 



Trinity 



Western Cove, White 13av 

N. Coast T.P.O. sum. 
Bonne Bay, in winter ; 

Straits T.P.O., in sum. 
Glovertown, in winter; 

B.B. T.P.O., in summer. 
Gambo. 

Flat Ids., Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
... Griguet. 
Mary's. {Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

' N. D. Bay; Springdale in 
winter; T.P.O. in sum. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 
Harbor Main. 

Heart's Content. 



Fortune 

Burin 

Twillingate ... 

Port-de-Grave 

Trinity 

Burin 

St. George 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo & La Poile ... 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Bonavista 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Harbor Main ... 
Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Harbor Main 

Bonavista 



Northern Bight. 

Hermitage Cove. 

St. Lawrence. 

Herring Neck. 

Port de Grave. 

Elliott's Cove, T.B. T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Lamaline. 
T.P.O. Bail way. 
Englee. 
Rose Blanche 



Shoal Harbor. 
Northern Bight. 
Merasheen, Placentia 

Bay T.P.O. 
Glovertown. 

Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
St. Mary's. 
Holyrood. 
Belleororii. 
Englee. 
Trinitv. 
Dildo." 
Upper Gullies. 

Brooklyn, Bonavista Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 



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Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Hornet Island 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Horse Chops 


Trinity 


Trinitv. 


Horse Cove 


Harbor Main 


St. Philip's. 


Horse Islands 


St. Barbe 


La Scie, Tilt Cove. 


Hoskin's Harbor 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Houses Point 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Howe Harbor 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony. 


Howard's 


St. George 


Railway T.P.O. 


Howley 


(C 


u 


Hughes's Brook 


(( 


Bay of Islands. 


Hungry Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia, Barron Island. 


Hungry Cove 


Trinity 


Hickman's Harbor; T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Hunter's Point, "1 
Point-au-Choix, J 


St. Barbe 


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


Hunts 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Surgeo. 


Humber Valley 


St. George 


Deer Lake, Ry T.P.O. 


Humber Eiver 


... ■ •. 


Bay of Islands. 


Indian Arm] 


Bona vista 


James Town, in win.; 


Indian Arm, Camp- 




T.P.O. in sum. 


belltown 


Twillingate 


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


Indian Bay 


Bona vista 


Greenspond. [sum. 


Indian Bight 


Twillingate 


Little Bay. 


Indian Burying Place.. 


... • • . 


Tilt Cove. 


Indian Cove, Fortune 






Harbor 


(( 


Fortune Harbor. 


Indian Cove 


Bonavista 


Brooklyn in winter; 
Bay E.P.O. in summer. 


Indian Cove 


Fortune 

St. Barbe 




Indian Cove 


Bonne Bay. 


Indian Hr. and Island. 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


Indian Hr., Merasheen 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Indian Har., Placentia Bay 
T.P.O. 


Indian Head 


St. George 


Stephenville Crossing. 
Seldom-come-by, 


Indian Islands 


Fogo 


Indian Point 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Indian Pond 


Harbor Main 


C. B. Railway T.P.O. 


Indian Tickle, Long Is. 


Twillingate 


Little Bay Is. (Ward's Hr.) 
Northern Bight. 


Inglewood, Random ... 


Trinity 


Ingornachoix Bay ... 


St. Barbe 


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


Inner Pinchard's Isld.. 


Bonavista 


^-^ • ■»■** >~' L\ 141 114 tri 

Wesleyville. 


Ireland Bight 


St-,- Bnrbp 


, St- Antbnnv. ^^ 





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Post Office Directory. — ^Continued). 


Name of Place, 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Ireland Island 
Ireland's Eye 

Irishtown 
Irishtown 
Irishtown 

Island Cove (Upper). 
Island Cove (Lower). 
Island Cove 
Island Cove 
Island Cove 
Island HarbOr 
Isles aux Sauvages . 
Isle aux 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 
Jean-de-Ba)'^ 

Jenkin's Cove 
Jenning's Cove 
Jerri t's Point 
Jerse}' Harbor 
Jersey jSide 
Jigging Cove, Branch.. 
Jigging Hole 
Job's Cove 
Job's Head 
Joe Batt's Arm 
Jones, or Jours Cove... 
John Smith's Harbor.., 



Burgee & La Poile 
Trinity 

St. George 

Carbonear 

Ferryland 

Harbor Grace 

Bay-de-Verde 

Trinity 



Fogo 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

St. George 

Trinity 
St. George 

St. Barbe 



Twillingate 



Fortune 
Bonavista 

Harbor Main 

Burin 

Twillingate ... 

Fortune 

Burgro and La Poile... 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Trinity 

Bay-de-Verde 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Twillingate 



La Poile. 

Britannia Cove in winter; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Bay of Islands. 
Carbonear. 
Bey Bulls. 
Spaniard's Bay. 
Lower I,sland Cove. 
Trinity. 

Northern Bight. 
Heart's Content. 
Fogo. 

Bonne Bay. 
Channel. 
Port-au-Port, Stephenville 

Crossing. 
Clarenville. 
Port-au-Port, Stephenville 

Crossing. 
Jackson's Arm; N. Coast 

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

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

summer. 
Conception Hr., Avondale. 
Beaubois, Placentia Bay 

T.P.O. 
Twillingate. 



Channel. 

Horbor Briton. 

Jersey Side, Plac. Railway. 

Placentia. 

Trinity. 

Carbonear (Forward), 

Trinity. 

Fogo, s.s. in summer. 

Twillingate. 
King's Point in winter; 
N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 

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Post Office Directory. — (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


John's Pond 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Whitbourne. 


Josiah Spencer's Cove.. 


Twillingate ... 


Exploits. 


Journois 


St. George 


St. George's, Bank Head. 


.Jollies Harbor 


Twillingate ... 


Leading Tickles. 


.Juniper Stump 


Port-de-Grave 


Brigus. 


Kane's Point 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Kate Harbor 


Bonavista 


Southern Bay. 


Keels 


u 


King's Cove in winter; 
B.B. T.P.O. in summer. 


Kelligrews 


Harbor Main 


Kelligrews. 


Kelly's Island 


i( 


a 


Keppel Harbor,! ) 
Port-au-Choix, i 


St. Barbe ... j 


Bonne Bay; Straits T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Kerloy's, or Careless H. 


Trinity 


Bonaventure. 


Kettle Cove 


Bay-de- Verde... 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Kettle Cove 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


Ivilbride 


St. .John's 


Kilbride. 


Killick Island 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


*King's Cove 


Bonavista 


King's Cove. 


King's Cove 


Trinity 


British Har., Shoal Har., 
T.P.O. in summer. 


King's Cove 


Twillingate 


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


King's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay in win. ; Straits 
T.P.O. in summer. 


King's Harbor 


Bnrgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


*King's Point 


Bonavista 


King's Point. 


Kippin's Point 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Kippin's 


St. George 


Stephenville Crossing. 


Kirby s Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Kitchnes 


Harbor Main ... 


Avondale. 


Kite Cove 


Twillingate 


Botwovdville; T.P.O. in 
summer. 


Knife Cove 


Burgeo & La Poile ... 


Cargeo. 


Knight's Cove 


Bonavista 


King's Cove. 


Kyer's Cove 


Tv.illingate ... 


Exploits. 


Ladle Cove 


Fogo 


Gander Bay in winter. 
s.s. in summer. 


Lady Cove 


Twillingate 


Treading Tickles; T.P.O. 
in .summer. 


Lady Cove, Random... 


Trinity 


Trinity Bay T.P.O.; 
Elliott's Cove in win. 


La Hune Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


CajDe La Hune. 


Lahey's Cove 




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Leading Dry Goods House. 



Post Office Directory. — (Continued). 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Lake's Brook 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Cnannel. 


Lake Cove 


Fortune 




Fortune. 


Lally Cove 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L' Argent. 


*Lamaline 


Burin 




Lamaline. 


La Manche 


Ferryland 




Toad's Cove. 


La Manche 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


La Manche. 


Laruble's Passage 


Fortune 




Gaultois. 


Lance Cove, near 








Rencontre 


Burgeo and La 


Poile.. 


Rencontre, per s.s. Glencoe. 


Lance Cove 


Harbor Main . . 




C. B. Railway T.P.O. 


Lance Cove, Bell I^e.. 


St. .John's 




Bell Island. ' 


Lance Ce., Point Lance 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Lance Cove 


Trinity 




Heart's Content. 


Lance Cove 


a 




Bonavista. 


Lance Cove, Smith's Sd 


11 


• 


Britannia Cove. 


Langdown Cove 


Twillingate .. 




Jackson's Cove, T.P.O. in 
summer. 


Lanoue-de-Cerf 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L' Argent. 


L'anse-a-Bark 


Burin 




Lawn, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


L'anse L'eau 


(( 




Burin. 


L'acse-au-Maree, or 








L'anse Maria 


St. Barbe 




Grignet. 


L'anse-au-Medee, or 








L'anse-a- Meadow ... 


u 




a 


L'anse-an-Loup 


Burin 




Burin. 


La Plante 


Burgeo & La P 


:iile 


La Poile. 


*La Poile 


(( 




a 


L' Argent's Cove 


Fogo 




Fogo. 


*Lark Harbor 


St. George 




Birchv Cove. 


La Scie 


St. Barbe 


.. 


Tilt Cove, N. D. T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Lawn, or L'ane 


Burin 




Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Lawrence Hai'bor, or 1 
Lanrencetown, \ 


Twillingate . 


■ ■{ 


Botwoodville; N. D. T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Lead Cove 


Trinity 


. 


Heart's Content. 


Leading Tickles 


Twillingate .. 




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


Lear's Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Marj^'s. 


Placentia. 



Lee Bight 
*Lewi.>porte 
Lion's Den 



Lion's Den 



. Trinity 
.. Twillingate 
.. Boaavista 

.. Fugo 

Trniiiiii 



Northern Biglit. 

Lewisporte. 

Salvage ; B. B. T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Fogo. 

^ " I tram, Bay L' Argent. 



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Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



} 



Little Bay 
Little Bay 
Little Bay East 
Little Bay West 
Littie Bay, Her. Bay 
Little Bay, or Bale 

Verte, 
*Little Bay 
*Little Bay Island 
Little Bell Isle 
Little Cat Arm 



Little Catalina 
Little Chance Harbor.. 
Little Codroy River ... 
Little Colinet Island... 
Little Coney Arm 

Little Denier 
Little Fogo Islands ... 
Little French Beach ... 
Little Harbor 
Little Harbor 
Little Harbor 
Little Harbor 
Little Harbor 

Little Harbor 
Little Harbor and 

Batteau Cove 
Little Harbor Deep ... 

Little Heart's Ease .., 
Little Lawn, or L'ane. 
Little Merasheeu 
Little Mortier 
Little Northern Har.., 
Little Paradise 
Little Placentia 
Litte Port 
Little Reach 
Little Ridge 
Little River 



Little River 



Burgeo and La Poile 

Burin 

Fortune 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 
Twillingate ... 

u 

Harbor Main 
St. Barbe 



Trinity 

Twillingate ... 
St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

Fogo 

Twillingate ... 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 



St. George 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burin 

Twillingate ... 
Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. Geoige 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile... 



La Poile. 

Burin. 

Belleoram, Bay L' Argent. 

Harbor Briton. 

Gaultois. 

Bale Verte, N. Coast 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Little Bay. 
Little Bay Island. 
Manuels. 
Jackson's Arm ; W. B. 

N. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 
Catalina. 

Moreton's Harbor. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Salmonier. 
Jackson's Arm ; W. B. 

N. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 
Salvage, B. B. T.P.O. 
Fogo. 

Twillingate. 
Salvage, B. B. T.P.O. 
La Poile. 

Belleoram, Bay L' Argent. 
Salmonier. 
Oderin ; Placentia Bay 

T.P.O. 
Harbor BufFett, Placentia. 
Bay of Islands. 

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

Englee, in winter. 
Northern Bight. 

'Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Exploits. 

Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Argentia. 

Bay of Islands. 

Belleoram, Bay L' Argent. 

Dildo. 

Ramea. 



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Post Office Directory. — (Continued). 



Name of Place. 


District 




Post Towns. 


Little Seldom-come-by 


Fogo 




Seldom-come-by. 


Little Springs 


St. Barbe 




St. Anthony. 


Little St. Joseph 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Oderin, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Little St. Lawrence ... 


Burin 


. 


St. Lawrence. 


Little Ward's Harbor.. 


Twillingate .. 




Little Bay Island, N.D. 
Bay T.P.O. 


Liverpool Cove 


St. George 


■ • • • 


Bay of Islands. 


jjobster Cove 


St. Barbe 


. 


Bonne Bay. 


Lobster Cove 


Fortune 


. 


Belleoram, Bay L'Brgent. 


Lobster Harbor 


St. Barbe 


■ ■ • • 


Coachman's Cove. 


Lock's Harbor 


Twillingate .. 




Leading Tickles ; 
T.P.O., in summer. 


Lock's Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rencontre, T.P,0. West. 


Lock's Cove 


Fogo 




Fogo. 


Lock's Cove 


St. Barbe 




St. Anthon}', in summer ; 
N.W. Point, in winter. 


Lodges 


Trinity 




Dildo. 


Logy Bay 


St. John's 




King's Bridge. 


Log Cabin 


St. George 




Railway T.P.O. 


Long Beach 


Placentia & St 


Mary's 


Portugal Cove, Trepassey. 


Long Beach 


Trinity 




Northern Bight. 


Long Beach Pond 


Port-de-Grave 




Port-de-Grave. 


Long Cove 


Trinity 




Northern Bight. 


Long Cove 


li 




Dildo. 


Long Cove 


St. George 




Bay of Islands. 


Long Cove, Clode Sd .. 


Bonavista 




Port Blandford. 


O ' 

Long Harbor 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


Long Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Long Hr., Railway T.P.O. 


Long Harbor 


Trinity 




Britannia Cove, Shoal Hr. ; 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Long Island 


Bonavista 




Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 


Long Island 


Placentia & St. 


'Mary'.;; 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Long Island 


Twillingate .. 




Little Bay Island. 


Long Island 


u 


. 


Exploits. 


Long Point 


cc 




Twillingate. 


Long Pt, Port-au-Port. 


St. George 


. 


Stephenville Crossing, 
Port-au-Port. 


Long Pond 
Long Tickle 


Harbor Main .. 


• • • • 


Manuels. 


Twillingate .. 


• • • 


Little Bay Island. 


Loo Bay 


St. Barbe 


. . > 


Griguet. 


Loon Bay 


Twillingate .. 


. 


Lewisporte ; 

Campbelltown, in sum. 


Loon Cove 


Bonavista 


. 


Greenspond. 


Loon's Cove 


Burin 


• » ■ . 


St. Lawrence. 



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Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Lord's Cove 


Burin 


... 


Lamaline. 


Lories 


it 




« 


Love Cove, Clode Sd... 


Bonavista 




Port Blandford. 


Lower Amherst Cove- 


«( 




King's Cove. 


Lower Bacon Cove ... 


Harbor Main .. 




Conception Hr., Avondale. 


Lower Cove 


St. George 




Port-au-Port. S. Crossing. 


Lower Burgeo 


Burgeo & La Foile ... 


Burgeo. 


Lcwer Dark Cove ... 


Bonavista 


... 


Gambo. 


Lower Gullies 


Harbor Main . . 


■ > • 


Kelligrews. 


Lower Harbor 


Twillingate .. 


• ■ • 


Exploits. 


Lower English Harbor 


Fortune 


... 


Belleoram, Bay L' Argent. 


*Lower Island Cove ... 


Bay-de-Verde.. 


■ > ■ 


Lower Island Cove. 


Lower Eocky Brook.. 


Trinity 


... 


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


Lower Shoal Harbor.... 


(( 


... 


Clarenville. 


Lower Small Point ... 


Bay-de-Verde 


• ■ ■ 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Lowland Cove 


Twillingate .. 


... 


Twillingate. 


Low Point 


Bay-de-Verde.. 


• . • 


Carbonear (Forward). 


L-ike's Arm 


Twillingate . . 




Twillingate. 


Lunaire Bay 


St. Barbe 


• • • 


Griguet. 


Lushe's Bight 


Twillingate 


... 


Pilley's Island, in winter ; 
N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 


Mack's Island 


" 


• •• 


U (1 


Maddox Cove 


St. .John's 




Petty Harbor. 


Magotty Cove 


Trinity 




Britannia Cove ; T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Magotty Ce, Sound Id. 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Mahony's Cove 


" 


u 


Valen Island, Placentia 
Bay T.P.O. 


Mainland, Gut Elver... 


St. George .. 




St. George's. 


Maiden's Arm 


St. Barbe 


* • • ■ 


St. Anthony. 


Mai Bav 


u 


• • • . 


Bonne Bay. 


Mall Bay 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


St. Mary's, Eiverhead, 
Salmonier. 


Man o' War Cove ... 


St. George 


• • .. 


Port-au-Port, S. Crossing. 
Gambo. 


Man Point 


Bonavista 


• • •• 


Mansfield Bight 


Twillingate .. 




Tilt Cove. 


Manuel's 


Harbor Main 


... 


Manuels. 


Manuel's Cove 


Twillingate . . 


• . ■ . 


Twillingate. 


Marchese Point 


St. George 


• . • 


Port-au-Port, S. Crossing. 
Channel. 


Margaree 


Burgeo & La Poile ... 


Marquise 


.Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Placentia Railway. 


Marshall's Folly 


Bay-de-Verde.. 


... 


Carbonear. 


MarsballviUe 


jTwillinaai.p 




Tifiwisnnrt*. 



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n Gentleman '' 


Boots. 


Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Marticot 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Martin's Point 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


*Morysto\vji 


Burin 


Marystown. 


Mauve Bay, Xoddy B.. 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


May Pond, Point May. 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


McCallum Bay 


Fortune 


Push through. 


Mclver's 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Meadows 


(( 


<i 


Menchin Cove, New- 






man's Sound, 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Merasheen 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


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. 


Tack's Beach ; Placentia 
Bay T.P.O. 


Messervey's Cove 


St. George 


St. George's. 


Michael's Harbor 


Twillingate 


Lewisporte ; 
Campbelltown in sum. 


Mick's Cove 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Middle Arm 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Middle Arm 


Bonavista 


Glovertown. 


Middle Arm, Green B 


" - { 


King's Point, in winter ; 
N.D.B. T.P.O., in sum. 


Middle Arm, Three \ 
Arms j 


Twillingate ... J 


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


Middle Arm, Rocky \ 

Bay J 

Middle Baracliois Br'k 


|Fogo ... { 
St. George 


Gander Bay, in winter ; 


Robinson's Head. 


Middle Bight 


Harbor Main 


Kelligrews. 


Middle Bill Cove ... 


Bonavista 


Wesleyville. 


Middle Brook 


« 


Gambo. 


Middle Cove 


(( 


Bonavista. 


Middle Cove 


St. John's !.. !!! 


King's Bridge. 


Milkboy Cove 


Twillingate 


Little Bay Island. 


Millertown 


1 


Millerton Junction. 


Millertown Junction... 


' * • ■ 


a u 


Miller's Passage 


1 Fortune 


Harbor Briton. 


Miller's Town 


1 St. John's East 


King's Bridge. 


Million's Cove 


1 St. Barbe 


Conche. 


Mill Cove 


|St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Mill TolaTifl 


iTTOilliriCTntp 


Snringdale, Hall's Bay ; 






^T.P.O. in summer. 



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Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. District. 


Post Towns. 



Ming's Bight 
Mint Brook 
Mint Cove, near Cas- 
tor's River 
Mistaken Cove 
Mobile 
Mock Beggar 
Molliers 
Monckton 
Montgomery 
Mooney's Cove 

Moore's Cove 
Morgan Island 
Mortier 

Moreton's Harbor 
Morts, Deadman's Bay. 
Mose Ambrose 
Mother Hicks 
Mother Lake Bay 
Mouse Island 
Mud Cove 
Muddy Brook 
Muddy Hole West ... 
Muddy Hole 
Muddy Hole 
MuUey's Cove 
*Musgrave Harbor ... 
*Musgravetown 
Mosquito and Muddy 

Hole 
Mosquito Harbor, near 

Ramea 
Mosquito Cove 
Mosquito 
Mosquito 
Mussel Harbor Arm 

Mussel Pond 
Mutton Bay 
Mumper's Island 
Naked Man 

Nameless Gove 



St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Ferryland 

Bonavista 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Twillingate ... 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Burin 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Burin 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile... 
Fogo 

Twillingate 

Bay-de-Verde... 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile... 



Burin 

Carbonear 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

U (1 



Twillingate 



Tilt Cove. 
Gambo. 

Bonne Bay. 

Flower's Cove. 

Mobile. 

Bonavista. 

Grand Bank. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Channel. 

Harboi Buffett, Placentia 

Bay T.P.O. 
Fortune Harbor. 
Burgeo. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Morton's Harbor. 
Channel. 
St. Jacques. 
Salmonier. 
Channel. 

Burin, Ep worth. 

Bonavista. 

Burgeo. 

Musgrave Harbor. 

Exploits. 

Carbonear (Forward). 

Musgrave Harbor. 

Brooklyn, in winter ; 

B. B. T.P.O. in summer. 
Pushthrough. 

Ramea. 

Burin. 

Harbor Grace. 

Salmonier. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O., 

Harbor Buffett. 
Salmonier, St. Joseph's. 
Trepassey. 
Exploits. 
Jackson's Cove ; 

T.P.O., in summer. 



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Post Office Directory. — rContinued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Narrows 


Burin 


Burin. 


Neck Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


New Bay, New Bav \ 
Head, ' J 


Tvvillingate ... \ 


Botwoodville, in winter ; 


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


New Bonaventure 


Trinity 


Trinity ; T.P.O., in sum. 


New Burnt Cove 


a' 


Shoal Harbor. 


New Cut Room 


(( 


Trinity, Shoal Harbor. 


Newell's Island 


Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


"NJp\i7pll'o T^rnnt 


(( 




New Ferole 


St. Barbe ... 


Bonne Bay T.P.O. in sum. 


New Harbor 


Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


New Harbor, near 






Roncontre, 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rencontre, per s.s. Glencoe. 


New Harbor 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


New Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


*New Harbor 


Trinity 


New Harbor. 


Newman's Cove 


Bonavista 


King's Cove. 


Newman's Sound 


11 


Salvage. 


New Perlican 


Trinity 


Heart's Content. 


Newtown 


Bonavista 


Wesleyville. 


Newtown 


Harbor Main ... 


Holyrood. 


New World Island ... 


Twillingate 


Twillingate and Herring 
Neck. 


Nick's Nose, near )^ 


" - { 


King's Point, in winter ; 


Jackson's Cove, J 


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


Nimrod 


(1 


Leading Tickles. 


*Nipper's Harbor, 






Noble Cove, 


(1 


Nipper's Harbor. 


Noddy, or Mauve Bay. 


St. Barbe ... ... 


Griguet. 


Noggin Cove 


Fogo 


Gander Bay, in winter ; 


Nonsuch 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Oderin, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Norman's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Griguet ; Lock's Cove, 
in winter. 


Norman's Cove 


Trinity 


C. B. Railway T.P.O. 


*Norris's Arm 


Twillingate 


Norris Arm. 


Norris's Point 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


North Arm 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Northern Arm 


Twillingate 


Botwoodville. 


Northern Bay 


Bay-de- Verde 


Carbonear (Forward). 


*Northern Bight 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


Northern Bight 


11 


Catalina. 






fiimnge Islands. 



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Post Office Directory.^(Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Northern Harbor 


Twillingate 


Little Bay Island. 


North Har., St. Mary's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Whitbourne. 


North Har., Sound Id. 


(1 u 


Placentia Bay T.P.O, 


North River 


Port-de-Grave 


Clarke's Beach. 


N. W. Arm, Alexan- 






der Bay, 


Bonavista 


Glovertown. 


N. W. Arm, Clode Sd. 


u 


Port Blandford. 


N.W. Arm, Rocky Bay 


Fogo 


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


*N.W. Arm.Green Bay 


Twillingate 


N.W. Arm; T.P.O. in sum. 
King's Point in winter. 


North West Brook ... 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


North West Brook ... 


Bonavista 


Glovertown. 


North West Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. [in winter. 


N. W. Point, Hare Bay 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony; Lock's Cove, 


Norton's Cove, now 
Brookfield, 


Bonavista . . -1 


Pool's Island in winter; 
B.B. T,P.O. in summer. 


Nuddick 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Nut Cove 


(( 


Clarenville. 


Oar Bay, Cape 






La Hune, 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


C. T. P. 0. West, 


Oar Cove 


(( u 


Burgeo. 


Ochre Pit Cove 


Bay de Verde 


Carbonear (Forwaid). 


"*Oderin 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Offer Wadhams 


Fogo 


Musgrave Har. in winter; 
S. S. in summer. 


Old Bonaventnre 


Trinity 


Trinity; T.P.O. in sum. 


Old Ferole 


St. Barbe 


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


Old House Cove 


Twillingate 


Twillingale. 


Old Man's Bay 


Burgeo & La Poile . . . 


Ramea. 


*01d Perlican 


Bay-de-Verde 


Lower Island Cove. 


Old Port-au-Choix ... 


St. Barbe 


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


Old Shop 


Trinity 


Dildo. 


Old Tilt 


u 


Shoal Harbor. 


Old Woman's Cove ... 


Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 




Oliver's Cove 


Valen Island, Placentia 






Bay T.P.O. 


Oliver's Cove 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Onion Cove 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Open Ba}' 


u 


Flower's Cove. 


Open^;Hall 


Bonavista 


Jamestown in winter- 
B. B. T.P.O. in summer. 


Orange Bay, or Great 


Sl^Bflrhp 




Harbor Deen 




Tn oii-t-v^ 



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Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Otteibuvy 


Bay-de- Verde 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Otterbury 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace. 


Otterbiiry 


Port-de-Grave 


Bay Roberts. 


Otter Island 


Tvvillingate 


Little Bay. 


Otter's Point 


Bnrgeo & La Poile ... 


Burgeo. 


Otter's Point 


Trinity 


Britannia Cove; T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Ouinette 


Twillingate 


Railway T.P.O. 


Outer Cove 


St. .John's 


Outer Cove. 


Outer Pinchard's Isld.. 


Bona vista 


Wesleyville. 


Our Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Pacquet 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove. 


Paddle Cove, near 






Cape La Hune, 


Burgro and La Poile... 


C. T. P. 0. West. 


Paine's Harbor 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Paradise 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bry T.P.O. 


Paradise 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


Paradise 


Harbor Main 




Pardy's Island 


Burin 


Burin. 


Parker's River 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Parker's Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Baine Har., Placentia Bay 
T.P.O. 


Park Harbor 


Bona vista 


Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 


Parson's Pond 


St. Barbe 


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


Passenger Cove 


Trinity 


Clarenville. 


Pass Island 


Fortune 


Pass Island. 


Path End 


Burin 


Burin (North). 


Pat Power's Cove 


Twillingate 


Little Bay Island. 


Patrick Cove, C. Shore 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Patrick's Harbor 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Pat's Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Paul's Island 


Bonavista 


Greenspond. 


Peach's Cove 


Trinity 


Catalina. 


Pearce's Harbor 


Twillingate 


Morton's Harbor. 


Pearl Island 


St. George ... 


Bay of Islands. 


Pease Cove 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Peckford Island, 
Wadhams, 


Fogo ... 1 


Musgrave Harbor, in win. ; 
s.s. in sum. 


Peltry 


Fortune 


Bay L'Argent, 


Pendergast Cove 


St. Barbe 


Coachman's Cove. 


Penguin Island 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor, in win. ; 
s.s. in summer. 



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Post Office Directory. — (Continued). 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Perry's Cove 


Bay-de-Verde 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Peter's Arm 


Twillingate 


Botwoodville. 


Peter's River 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Mary's. 


Petrie Valley 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Petipas Cove 


u 


Bay of Islands. 


Petites Ilettes 


St. Barbe 


Conche. 


Petites 


Bnrgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


Petit Fort 


Placentia & St. Mar'vs- 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Petty Harbor 


St. John's West 


Petty Harbor. 


Philip's Head 


Twillingate 


Botwoudville. 


Piccadilly 


St. George 


Stephenville Crossing. 


Piccaire 


Forttine 


Gaultois. 


Pick Eyes 


Port-de-Grave 


Port-de-Grave. 


Pigeon Arm 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Pigeon Cove 


u 


Flower's Cove. 


*Pillev's Island 


Twillingate 


Pilley's Island. 


Pilley's Cove 


(( 


u 


Pike's Arm 


u 


Hei ring Neck. 


Pinchard's Island 


Bona vista 


Wesleyville. 


Pincher's Islands, \ 
Ragged Islands, / 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


j Tack's Beach, Placentia 
( Bay T.P.O. 


Pinch Gut 


n a 


Famish Cove, Ry. T.P.O. 


Pinch Gut Tickles ... 


il u 


Colinet, via Whitbourne. 


Pine Cove 


St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove. 


Piper's Hole 


Placentia cSj St. ^&Yf^. 


Black River, P. B. T.P.O. 


Pistolet Bay 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Pitt's Harbor 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


*Placentia 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Placentianian's Cove, 






Sound Island 


t( C( 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Plate Cove 


Bona vista 


Jamestown, ia winter ; 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Plate Harbor 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


Platter Cove 


Bonavista 


Port Blandford. 


Pleasant Cove 


St. George 


Bay of Islands. 


Point-au-Gattl 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Point Crew 


C( 


(( 


Point Enragee 


Fortune 


Belleoram. 


Point La Hayse 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Mary's. 


Point Lance 


b4 CC 


Placentia. 


Point Leamington ... 


Twillingate ... 


Botwoodville, in summer; 
Pt. Leamington, in win. 


Point May 


Buriu 


Lamaline. 


Point Moll 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Argentia, Placentia Ry. 



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Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. j 


District. 


Post Towns. 


1 
Point Eich 


St. Barle 


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


Point Eosie 
Point Rosie 


Fortune 

St. George 




Grand River Gut. 


Point Verde ...1 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Pond Cove 


St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove. 


Pool's Cove 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


*Pool's Isld, Pool's Hr. 


Bonavista 


Pool's Island. 


Pope's Harbor 


Trinity 


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


Port-au-Basque 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel; Ry T.P.O. 


Port-au-Bras 


Burin 


Burin. 


Port-au-Clioix 


St. Barbe 


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


Port-au-Port 


St. George 


Stephenville Crossing. 


*Port Blandford, 






Clode Sound 


Bonavista 


Port Blandford. 


Port-de-Grave 


Port-de-Grave 


Port-de-Grave. 


Portland Creek 


St. Barbe 


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


Port Saunders 


<; 


a u 


Portugal Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's, 


Portugal Cove, Trepassey. 


Poitugal Cove 


St. John's 


Portugal Cove. 


*Poucli Cove 


u 


Pouch Cove. 


Pound Cove 


Bonavista 


Wesley vi lie. 


Powles Head 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Presque 


t( (( 


Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Priveccceur 


" " 


Placentia. 


Protestant Town 


St. .John's 


Portugal Cove. 


Pudding Bag Cove ... 


Bonavista 


Pool's Island. 


Putlin Island 


u 


Greenspond. 


Pumbley's Island 


St. Barbe !!! 


Western Cove, W.B.; 
N. C. T.P.O. in sum. 


Pump Cove 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Puncheon Cove 


Fogo 


Change Islands. 


Purbeck Cove 


St. Barbe 


Western Cove, W. B. ; 
N. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 


Purcell's Harbor 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


*Pushthrough 


Fortune 


Push through. 


Pyramid Point 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Queen's Cove 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


Quidi Vidi 


St. John*s East 


St. John's; Branch Office, 
St. John's East. 


Quillier 


Fortune 


Pushthrough. 
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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Quirpon, Great & LittlCjSt. Barbe 
Ragged H., now Melrose|Trimty 
Ragged Harbor ...Fogo 



Ragged Islands 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 



Burgeo and La Poile. 



*Ramea 

Rani's Island ...'Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Randall's Ce.,Pilley's I. {Twillingate 



Random Harbor 
Rantem 

Rat Cove, Ha Ha Bay 
Rattling Brook 
Raymond Point 
Red Brook and f ' 

Middle Brook [ 

Red Cliff Island 



Red Cove 

Red Cove, near Branch 

Red Harbor 

Red Head Cove 

Red Island 

*Red Island 

Red Island 

Red Lands 

Red Rocks 

Red Rod Cove 

Rencontre 

Rencontre 

*Renews 

Richard's Harbor 

Rider's Harbor 

Rip Rap 

River Blanche 

Riverhead, Bay of Ids.. 

Riverhead, St. Mary's.. 

River Cove 

Rivers, Cape La Hune. 

River of Ponds 

Rix Cove 
Robbin's Cove 

Robert's Arm 



Trinity 

St. Barbe 
St. George 
Fortune 

St. George 

Bonavista 



Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burin 

Bay-de-Verde... 

iBurgro and La Poile... 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. George 

Baj'^-de-Verde... 

St. George 

jFogo 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Ferryland 

(Burgeo & La Poile ... 

Trinity 

Port-de-Grave 
St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 
St. George 

Burgeo & La Poile ... 
St. Barbe 

Twillingate , 



Griguet. 
Catalina. 
Musgrave Harbor ; 

s.s. in siimuier. 

|Tack's Beach, Placentia 

Bay T.P.O. 
Raniea. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Pilley's Islend. [in .«iim. 
Hickman's Harbor; T.P.O. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Griguet. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Gaultois. 
Robinson's Head; Railway 

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

in summer. 
Harbor Britou. 
Placentia. 

Flat Ids, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
iBay de Verde, L.t.C. 
Burgeo. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Stephenville Cro-s.^ing. 
Lower Island Cove. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Change Islands. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 
S.S. Glencoe. 
Renews. 

Balena, Pushthiough. 
Clarenville. 
Brigus. 

Stephenville Crossing. 
Humbermouth. 
Salmonier. 
Bay of Islands. 
Ramea. 

Bonne Bay in winter; 
Straits T.P.O. in summer. 
; Nipper's Harbor. 
Twillingate. 
iPille.v'a Island. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Robin Hood . . | 


Trinity 




Trinity. 


Robinson's Bight 


u 




Elliott's Cove. 


*Robinson's Head 


St. George 




Robinson's Head ; Ry T.P.O. 


Roche, or Rocky Har.., 


St. Barbe 




Bonne Bay. 


Rock Harbor 


Burin 




Beaubois,' Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Rocky Bay 


Fogo 


... 


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


Rocky Bay, Alex. Bay. 


Bona vista 




Glovertown. 


Rocky Harbor 


St. Barbe 




Bonne Bay. 


Rocky Harboi' 


Trinity 


• • ■ 


Northern Bight. 


Rocky Brook 


fc( 




Shoal Harbor. 


Rogue's Harbor 


Twillingate .. 




Nipper's Harbor. 


Rolling Ce., Stock Cove 


Bonavista 




King's Cove. 


Rope Cove 


St. George 




Bay of Islands. 


Rose-an-Rue 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


*Rose Blanche 


Burgeo & La Poile ... 


Rose Blancne. 


Roundabout 


Burin 


• ■ • • 


Lawn; Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Round Cove 


Fortune 


■ ■ • • 


Gaultois. 


Riund Harbor 


IC 


• ■ • • 


u 


Round Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Pushthrougn. 


Round tiarbor 


Twillingate .. 




Tilt Cove; T.P.O. in sum. 


Round Harbor 


Trinity 


• • ■ > 


Northern Bight. 


Rowsell's Ce., New Bay 


Twillingate .. 


• ■ * 


Point Leamington in win.; 








T.P.O. in sum. 


Rushoon 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Baine Har., P.B. T.P.O. 


Russell's Cove 


Trinity 


> ■ > ■ 


Heart's Content. 


Russell's Ce., Smith's S. 


u 


, 


Britannia Ce, Elliott's Ce, 
in win.; T. Bay T.P.O. 
in sum. 


Sacred Bay 


St. Barbe 




Griguet. 


Saddle Island 


Fortune 




Pushthrough. 


Safe Harbor 


Bonavista 




Pool's Island; B.B. T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Sagona 


Fortune 




Harbor Briton. 


Sailor's Island 


Bonavista 




Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 


Sainter's Cove 


Trinity 


• • • > 


Bay Bull's Arm Ry T.P.O. 


St. Anthony 


St. Barbe 




St. Anthonv. 


St. Ann's 


Harbor Main 


... 


C.B. Railway T.P.O. 


St. Ann's 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


St. Barbe Bay 


St. Barbe 




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


*St. Bride's 


Placentia & St 


Mary's 


Placentia. 


*St. Brendan's 


Bonavista 


. 


Glovertown in winter; 
B.B. T.P.O. iu summer. 



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Post Office Directory. — (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



St. Carols 
St. Genevieve 

*St. George 

*St. Jacques 

St. John's Bav 

St. John's Bay 

St. John's Harbor 

St. John's Islands 

*St. John's 

*St. John's East 

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. Leonard's, or 

Lunaire Bay 
St. Margaret's Bay . 
*St. Mary's 
St. Mein Bay 
St. Paul's 

St. Shott's 
St. Shore's 
Sally's Cove 
Salmon Cove 
*Salmon Cove, now 

Avondale ... 
Salmon Cove 
Salmon Cove 
Salmon Cove 
Salmon Cove 

Salmonier 
Salmonier 
Salmonier 

Salmonier, Plac. Bay, 
Salmon Point 

Sa,lt Artft • 



St. Barbe 



St. George 
Fortune 



St. Barbe 

St. John's 

St. John's East 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary 
11 11 

St. Barbe 
11 

Placentia & St. Mary 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary 

St. Barbe 

11 

Placentia & St. Mary 

St. Barbe 

11 

Placentia & St. Mary 
11 11 

St. Barbe 
Bay-de- Verde... 

Harbor Main . , . 

Port-de-Grave 

Trinity 



Twillingate ... 



Burin 

II 

Placentia & St. Mary 



{ 



Fogo 



St. Anthony. 

Bonne Bav in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 

St. George. 

St. Jacques. 
(1 

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

St. John's. 

11 

Fox Har., Northejn Bight. 

11 11 

Salmonier. 

Oderin; Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Bonne Ba3^ [in sum. 

Conche in win.; C.T.P.O. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

St. Lawrence. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Griguet. 
Bonne Bav. 
St. Mary's. 
St. Anthony. 
Bonne Bay in winter; 
Straits "T.P.O. in summer. 

Trej'^assey. 

11 

Bonne Bay. 
Carbonear (Forward). 

Avondale. 
Clarke's Beach. 
Trinity. 
Clarenville. 

Jackson's Cove, King's Pt 
in win. ; T.P.O. in sum. 
Burin. 
Lamaline. 
Salmonier. 

Argentia, Plaeentia Bay. 
Fogo. ^ 

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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Salt Pond 


Twillingate 


Pilley's Island. 


Salt Pond 


a 


Lewisporte. 


Salter's Cove 


Bona vista 


Brooklyn; T.P.O. in sum. 


Salt Harbor 


Twillingate ... 


Herring Neck. 


*Salvage 


Bona vista 


Salvage; T.P.O. In sum. 


Sam Hitches 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Sam's Cove 


Twillingate 


Morton's Harbor. 


Samson's Island 


a 


Exploits. 


Sandy Bay 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay. 


Sandy Cove 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Sandy Cove 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Sandy Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Argentia, Placentia Bay. 


Sandy Cove 


Port-de-Grave 


Bay Roberts. 


Sandy Cove 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Sandy Harbor 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Burgeo; Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Sandy Lake 


St. George 


Railway T.P.O. 


Sandy Point 


" 


St. George. 


Sandsford, or Hooping 






Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Sargent's Cove 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Savage Cove 


St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove. 


Scarce Harbor 


Fortune 


Belleoram. 


Schooner Island 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


Scilly Cove 


Trinity 


Heart's Content. 


Scissor's Cove 


Twillingate 


Lewisporte. 


Scoase Cove 


'Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Seal Bay 


Twillingate 


Leading Tickles in winter ; 
N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 


Seal Cove 


Bonavista 


Jamestown; T.P.O. in sum. 


Seal Cove 


Fortune 


Hermitage Cove. 


Seal Cove 


Harbor Main 


Railway T.P.O. 


Seal Cove 


Trinity 


Heart's Content. 


Seal Cove 


iFerryland 


Toad's Cove. 


Seal Cove 


1 '« 


Renews. 


Seal Cove 


Fogo 


Change Islands. 


Seal Cove 


(( 


Fogo. 


Seal Cove, Cat Harbor. 


i( 


Wesley ville. 


Seal Cove 


iSt. Barbe '.". '.'.'. 


Flower's Cove. 


Seal Cove 


i( 


Bonne Bay. 


Seal Cove, White Bay. 


a 


Bale Verte in winter; 
Coastal T.P.O. in sum, 


Sealing Bight 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Seal Islands 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 
■HHSorge, 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Towns. 



Selby's Cove 
*Seldom-come-by 
Sergeant's Cove 
Serpentine River 
Shallop Cove 
Shalloway Cove 
Shallow Bay, near 

Cow Harbor, 
Shambler's Cove 

Shandy Cove 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove, Oderiu 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove 



Ship Cove 

Ship Ce., Bay D'Espoir 

Ship Harbor 

Ship Island 

Ship Island 

Shoal Arm 

Shoal Bay 

Shoal Bay 

Shoal Brook 

Shoal Ce., Cottel's Isld. 

Shoal Cove 

Shoal Cove 

*Shoal Harbor 

Shoal Bay, (now 

Cavendish) 
Shoe Cove 
Shoe Cove 
Shoe Cove 
Shoe Cove 
Sibley's Cove (Selby's). 
Sibley's Cove 
Skibbereen 
Skimmer's Cove 
Silver Fox Island 
Silver Point 
Silverton 



Trinity 
Fogo 

Twillingate ... 
St. George 

u 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe ... | 

Bonavista 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Trinity 

Port-de-Grave 

St. Barbe 

St. George 

Twillingate ... 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Bonavista 

Ferry land 

Twillingate ... 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Bonavista 
Twillingate ... 

St. Barbe 

Trinitv 



Twillingate ... 

Bonavista 

jFerryland 

1st. John's 

JTrinity 

I Placentia & St. Mary's 

I Harbor Main 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 



Heart's Coatent. 

Seldom-come-by. 

Exploits. 

Bay of Islands. 

tS. George. [sum. 

St. Brendan's; T.P.O. in 

Bonne Bay in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Gambo in winter; 

Greenspond in sununer. 
Burin. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Trinity. 

Port de Grave. 

Griguet. 

Port-au-Port, Stephen- 

ville Crossing. 
Exploits. 
Goultois. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Greenspond. 
Toad's Cnve. 
Little Bay. 
Fogo. 
Gambo. 

Bonne Bav. [sum. 

St. Brendan's; T.P.O. in 
Fortune Harbor. 
Flower's Gove. 
Shoal Harbor. 

New Harbor. 

Tilt Cove; T.P.O. in sum. 

Greenspond. 

Renews. 

Pouch Cove. 

Heart's Content. 

Burgeo; Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Harbor Main. [sum. 

Britannia COve; T.P.O. in 

Fair Island. 

Bonne Bay. 



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Post Office Directory. — (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Skinner's Harbor 


Fogo 


Change Islands. 


SliUigliter Cove 


St. Barbe 


Coachman's Cove, 


Sleepy Cove 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


Small Point (Upper 






and Lower 


Bay-de-Verde 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Small's 


Burgee and La Poile... 


Burgee. 


Smith HavV)or (.Julm).. 


Twillingate 


King's Point in winter; 
N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 


Smoutli Cove 


Bay-de-Verde 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Snelling Cove 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


Snook's Arm 


u 


TiltCove; T.P.O. in smn. 


Snook's Haibor 


Trinity 


Elliott's Cove. 


Snook's Harbor 


Fortune 


Belleoram. 



Sop's Arm ... Twillingate 

Sop's Arm and Lsland.. St. Baibe 



Placentia & St. 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Placentia & Si. Mai'ys- 

Poit-de-Giavc 

St. George 

Buiiavisia . . -! 



*Sound Island 
South Dildo 
South East Bight 
Southern Bight 
Southern End 
Southern Haibor 
Soutli River 
South Side 

Southward, Soulliern) 
Bay, I 

South West Arm 
S. W. Arm, Green Bay 
S. W. Arm, New Bay'. 
*Spaniard's Bay 
Spaniard's Bay 
Spanish Room 
Spear Cove, White Bay 

Spencer's Cove 

Spillai's Cove 

Spillei's Cove 

Spirit's Cove 

Spirity Cove 

Spoon Ce,n(nvEpworth! Burin 

Spoon Cove ... Harbor Grace 

Spout Cov(i .. Bay-de-Verde 

Sprague's Cove ...| Trinity 



... Pillev's Island. 
... I Western Cove, W. B.; 
T.P.O. in sum. 
Mary's; Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

...IDildo. 
iVIary's.j Paradise; Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Northern Bight. 



Twillingate ... 

Haibor Grace 
Trinity 
Burin 
St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. 
Tiinitv 
St. Bfiihe 
Twillingate .. 
St. Barbe 



Chai]ge Islands. 



La Manche. 

Clarke's Beach. 

St. Geoi'ge's. 

.Jamestown; B.B. T.P.O. in 

summer. 
Pool's Island. 
King's Point. 
Point Leamingtcn. 
Spaniard's Bay. 
Trinity; T.B. T.P.O. sum. 
Burin North. 
Western Cove, W. B.; 

T.P.O. in sum. 

Mary's Placentia Ray T.P.O. 
Bonavista. 

..'Griguet. 
..iTsvillingate. 
. jBonne Bay. 
..jBurin. 
. j Harbor Grace. 
..iCarbouear (Forward). 
..jBritanniBCe,Elliott's Ce, in 
[win.; T.P.O. in sum. 



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Post Office Directory.— 


-(Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


Springdale 


Twillingate . . 






Springdale; T.P.O. in sum. 


Springfield 


Port-de-Grave 






C. B. Railway. 


Spring's Arm 


St. Barbe 






Conclie. 


Spruce Point 


St. George 






Bay of Islands. 


Squid Cove 


Harbor Grace 






Bryant's Cove, Hr. Grace. 


Squid Cove 


Twillingate .. 






Twillingate. 


Squid Tickle 


Bonavista 






Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 


Stafford town 


Twillingate . . 






Little Bav. 


Stage Cove 


(( 






Tilt Cove. 


Stag Harbor 


Fogo 






Fogo. 


Stanley's Cove 


Fortune 






Pushthrougli. 


Stanleyville 


St. Barbe 






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


Starke's Bight 


u 






St. Anthony. 


Starve Harbor 


Twillingate .. 






Herring Neck. 


Stepaside 


Burin 






Burin (North). 


Stephenville 
*Stephenville Crossing 


St. George 




} 


Stephenville Crossing. 


Stevenson's Village ... 


Harbor Grace.. 






Harbor Grace. 


Stock Cove 


Bonavista 






King's Cove. 


Stock Cove 


Trinity 






Chance Cove. 


Stocking Harbor 


Twillingate .. 






Nipper's Harbor. 


Stone's Cove 


Fortune 






Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


Stone Island 


Ferryland 






Caplin Bav. 


Store House Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary 


J 


Valen Id, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Strickland Beach 


St. George 






Bay of Islands. 


String Tickle 


Trinity 






Fox Har., Northern Bight. 


Sugar Loaf 


Fortune 






Pushthrough, 


Sulian's Cove 


Twillingate .. 






Litsle Bay Island. 


Sullivan's Cove 


u 






<< « 


Summerside 


St. George 






Bay of Islands. 


Sunday Cove Island ... 


Twillingate .. 






Pilley's Island in winter; 
N.D.B. T.P.O. in summer. 


Swain's Island 


Bonavista 






Pool's Island. 


Swale Island 


u 






Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 


Swan Island Harbor... 


Twillingate .. 






Exploits. 

Jamestown, T P.O. in sum. 


Sweet Bay 


Bonavista 






Swerry Island 


u 






Deer Island. 


Sydney Harbor 


u 






Fair Islands. 


Tack's' Beach 


Placentia & St. 


Mary 


's! 


Tack's Beach, P. B. T.P.O. 


Tantaniorant 
Tasse D'Argent, or 


Carbonear 


• 


•• 


Carbonear (Forward). 


Tosselo 
Tavenor's Point 


Placentia & St. 
Trinity 


Mary 


's. 


Pcesque; Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Trinity. 


Taylor's Bay 


•r* :_. 






T 1;_, 



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Post Office Directory. — (Continued). 


Name of Place. District. 


Post Towns. 



Taylor Island 

Tea Cove 

Terra Nova River . 

Terenceville 

Thicket 

Tliimble Tickets 

Thos. Rowsell's Isl'd. 

Thoroughfare 

Three Arms 



Fortune 
Trinity 
Bonavista 
Fortune 
Harbor Grace. 

Twillingate . 

Trinity 
Twillingate . 



Three Guts, Port-au- 

Port Bay ... St. George 

Three,Island Harbor... Bonavista 
Three Mountain Hr.... St. Barbe 
Three Rock Cove ... St. George 



Thwart Island 
Tibberts 
Tibbo's 
Tickle Cove 

Tickle Harbor 

Tickle Beach, Long H. 

Tickles 

*Tilt Cove 

Tilton 

*Tilting 

Tinker's Island 
Tipe's Cove 
Tite's Cove 
Tithe's Cove 
Tizzard's Harbor 

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

Tapper's Cove, Port- ) 
au-Choix, J 

*Trepassey 



Twillingate .. 
St. George 
Burgeo and La 
Bonavista 



Poile. 



Trinity 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Twillingate 

Harbor Grace 



Fogo 



Bonavista 
Trinity 
Burin 
Trinity 
Twillingate .. 

Ferryland 
Twillingate . . 

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

St. Barbe 
Placentia & St. 



Mary's 

■ ■{ 

Mary's. 



Belleoram. 

Fox Har., Northern Bight. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 
Spaniard's Bay. 
Leading Tickles ; T.P.O. 

in summer. [sum. 

Britannia Cove; T.P.O. in 
King's Point in winter; 

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

Stephenville Crossing. 

Greenspond. 

St. Anthony. 

Port-au-Port, Stephen- 
ville Crossing. 

Exploits. 

Wood Island. 

Burgeo. 

King's Cove, in winter ; 
B. B. T.P.O. in summer. 

Chance Cove. 

Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 

Colinet, Whitbourne. 

Tilt Cove. 

C. B. Railway T.P.O. 

Fogo, in winter ; 
s.s. in summer. 

Greenspond, Pool's Island. 

Britannia C; T.P.O. in sum. 

Burin. 

Shoal Harbor. • 

Morton's Har., in winter ; 
N.D.B. T.P.O. in sum. 

Toad's Cove. 

Exploits. 

Herring Neck. 

Topsail. 

Torbay. 

Presque ; Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Harbor Briton. 

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

Trepassey. 



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Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towus. 



Tray town 
*Trinity 
*Trinity East 
Trinity B., Bonavista B 
Trinney's Cove 
Triton (Troy ton) 

Trouty 

Trout River 

Trump Island 

Trumpet Cove 

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 
Venon's Island 
Vry's Beach 
Victoria 
Victoria Cove 
Victoria Village 
Villa Maria 
Villa Veau 
Virgin Arm 
Virgin Cove 

Viter's Ce.^ N. Perlicau 



Bonavista 
Trinity 

Bonavista 
Placentia & St. 
Twillingate 

Trinity 
St. Barbe 
Twillingate 

u 

Trinity 
Fortune 
Poit-de-Grave 
Harbor Main 
Fortune 
Placentia &;St 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe 

Bonavista 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate 
Burgeo and La 
Bonavista 
Harbor Main 
Harbor Grace 
Trinity 



Bay-de-Verde 
Placentia >i St, 

St. George 

Twillingate 

St. George's 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Carbonear 

Placentia & St, 

Twillingate 
Placentia & St, 

Trinity 



... Glovertown. 
.. Trinity. 

... Gambo. 
Mary's. Ry. T.P.O. Famish Cove. 
...IPilley's Island, in winter; 
N. D. B. T.P.O. in sum. 
...jTrinity. 

...JBonne Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
...iTwillingate. 
...jMoreton's Harboi-. 
...'Heart's Content. 
... Belleoram. * 

... Brigu.s. 

, (( 

... Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 
Mary's. Flat Islands, P. Bay T.P.O. 

... Twillingate. 

...j Flower's Cove. 

...JEnglee. 

... King's Cove. 

...'Avondale. 

... Exploits. 
Poile.... Burgeo. 

... Gambo. 

...jUpjjor Gullies. 

...j Spaniard's Bay. 

...|Shoal Hr., in winter ; 
- T.P.O. in summer. 

...j Shoal Harbor. 

... Carbonear (Forward). 
Mary's. Valen Is., Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

...,Bay of Islands. 
...iTiltCove. 
...jBay of Islands. 
...[Bonavista. 

...JGander Bay; s.s. in 

.. [Carbonear. [sum. 

Mary's. IPlacentia Ry. T.P.O. 

..., Twillingate. 
Mary's. iMerasheen, Placentia Bay. 
.«. I Heart's Content 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 


I 
Wadham Islands 


Fogo 


Musgrave Har., in winter ; 
s.s. in summer. 


Wake'a Brook 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Waldron's Cove 


Twillingate 


Fortune Harbor. 


Ward's Harbor 


(1 


Pilley's Is.;T.P.(). in sum, 


Warren's Harbor 


Bonavista 


Greenapond. 


Waterman's Harbor ... 


St. Barbe 


Conche. 


Weasel Island 


Fortune 


Belleoram. 


Webber's Bight 


Twillingate 


Fortune Harbor. 


Wellman's Cove 


a 


Pilley's Island, in winter ; 
N.D.Bay T.P.O. in sum. 


*Wesleyvllle 


Bonavista 


Wesleyville. 


West Bay, Port-au-Port 


St. George 


Stephenville Crossing. 


West Country Cove ... 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove. 


West Culde Sac 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Cape La Hune. 


*Western Bay 


Bay-de-Verde 


Carbonear (Forward). 


*Western Cove 


St. Barbe 


Western Cove, B. B. ; 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Western Cove and Arm 


St. George 


St. George's. 


Western Cove, Barron 






Island 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Western Head 


Twillingate 


Morton's Harbor. 


Western Harbor 


(( 


11 


Wectern Point 


Burgeo & La Poile ... 


La Poile. 


Weymouth 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


Whale's Brook 


Trinity 


Heart's Content. 


Whale Cove 


(1 


Britannia Cove ; 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Whale Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Whale Gulch, New 






World Island 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


*Whitbourne 


Trinity 


AVhitbourne. 


White Bear Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


White Island 


St. Barbe 


Griguet. 


White Island 


Burgro and La Poile... 


Channel. 


White Point Cove ... 


St. Barbe 


Englee. 


White Point 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Valen:isd, Plac. Bay T.P.O 


White Point 


Trinity 


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


White Rock 


Bonavista 


Brooklyn ; T.P.O. in sum. 


White Rock 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Wicklow 


Harbor Main 


Holy rood. 


Wigwam Point 


Twillingate ... 


Botwoodville. 
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Post Office Directory.— (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Towns. 



Wild Biglit 

Wild Bight 

Wild Cove 

Wild Cove 

Wild Ce, three on Fogo 

Wild Cove 

Wild Cove 
Wilton Grove 
Winter Grove 
Winter House Brook... 
Winter House Cove, \ 

N. W. Arm, J 

Wiseman's Cove 
*Witless Bay 
Witless Bay 
Wolf Ba}^, B^y-de-Loup 
Wolf Cove, novp- 1 

Springdale, j 

Woodford Cove 
Woodford Station 
Wood's Island 
Woody Island 
Woody Island Bight. . 
Woody Point 
Wreck Cove 
Wreck Island 
Yellow Fox Gove, \ 

New Bay J 

Yellow Fox Cove 
*York Harbor 
Young Head 
Zealot 



Twillingate 



Fogo 
St. Barbo 



Trinity 
St. Barbe 



Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Ferryland 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 

Twillingate 

u 

Harbor Main 

St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

Twillingate 

Bouavista 
St. George 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe 



Nipper's Harbor. 

Leading Tickles. 

Twillingate. 

Morton's Harbor. 

Fogo. 

Western Cove, W. B. ; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Bonne Bay. 
Clarenville. 
Flower's Cove. 
Bonne Bay. 
King's Point, in winter ; 

N. D. Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
Coachman's Cove. 
Witless Bay. 
New .Harbor. 
Burgeo. 
Hall's Bay, Sjjringdale ; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Little Bay. 
C. B. Railway T.P.O. 
Bay of Islands. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Exploits. 
Bonne Bay. 
Harbor Briton. 
Burgeo. 
Fortune Harbor. 

T.P.O. in summea. 
Wesleyville. 
Bay of Islands. 
Nipper's Harbor. 
Conche. 



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



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



Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



Adnavick 
American Cove 
American Creek 
American Harbor 
American Tickle 
*Antelope 
Antelope Tickle 
*Assizes Harbor 
Back Cove 
Bake Apple Bight 
*Barge Bay 
*Barachois 
Batteau 

*Battle Harbor . 
Bird Islands 
Bird Eocks 
*Black Bay 
Black Cove 
Black Bear Bay, 
Blackguard's Cove 
Black Island 
Black Tickle 
*Blanc Sablon 
*Bels Amours 
Big Brook 
Bolster's Eock 
*Bonne Esperance 
Bloomfield 
Bluff Head 
*Bradore 
Breen's Tickle 
Brig Harbor 
Brigus 

*Cape Charles 
Cape Creep (Grepe) 
Cape Harrigan .. 
Cape Harrison .. 
Cape North 
Cape Porcupine.. 
*Camp Island .. 



Adnavick. 
I Grady. 
\ Dead Island. 

Comfort Bight. 

Seal Islands. 

Henley Harbor. 

Indian Tickle. 

Battle Harbor. 

Dead Island. 

Smokey Tickle. 

Eed Bay. 

Blanc Sablon. 

Batteaux. 

Battle Harbor. 

Venison Island. 
Do. 

Eed Bay. 

Tub Harbor. 

Punch Bowl. 

Long Island. 

Grady. 

Black Tickle. 

Blanc Sablon. 

Salmon Eiver. 

Holton. 

Bolster's Eock. 

Bonne Esperance. 

Mannock's Island. 

Indian Harbor. 

Blanc Sablon. 

Indian Tickle. 

Brig Harbor. 

Punch Bowl. 

Cape Charles. 

Indian Tickle. 

Fanny's Harbor. 

Cape Harrison. 

Grady. 

Pack's Harbor. 

Cnimney Tickle. 

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Post Office Directory for Labrador, Etc, — (Continued). 



Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



Cartwright 
Caribou 
*Carroirs Cove 
Casey's Cove 
*Chatteau 
♦Chimney Tickle 
*Chiviliere River 
Comfort Bight ... 
Cooper's Islands 
Coxe's Cove 
Conception Harbor 
Codner's Cove ... 
Corbett's Harbor 
Cardie Cove 
Cuff Harbor 
Cunningham's Bight 
Curlew 
Cut Throat 
Dark Tickle ... 
Davis' Inlet 
Dead Island 
Deep Water Creek 
Dog Island 
Domino 

Dooling's Tickle 
Double Mare 
*East St. Modist 
Edward's Harbor 
Egg Harbor 
Emil}^ Harbor ... 
Entry Island 
Fanny's Harbor... 
Farmer's Cove ... 
Fishing Ship's Harboi- 
Five Islands 
Ferret Island ... 
Flat Island 
Flounder's Bight 
*Forteau 

*Forteau Lighthouse 
Fox Cove 
Fox Island 
*Fox Harbor 
Franci? Harbor Bight 
French Cove ,., 



Cartwrignt. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Red Bay. 
Indian Tickle. 
Chatteau. 
Chimney Tickle. 
Bonne Esperance. 
Comfort Bight. 
Snug Harbor. 
Venison Islands. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Indian Tickle. 
Punch Bowl. 
Seal Islands. 
Indian Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Long Island. 
Cut Throat. 
Emily Harbor. 
Fanny's Harbor. 
Dead Island. 

Do. 
Spear Harbor. 
D.iraino. 

Do. 
Smokey Tickle. 
L'Anse on Loup. 
Indian Harbor. 

Do. 
Emily Harbor. 

Do. 
Fanny's Harbor. 
Domino. 

Fishing Ship's Harbor. 
Emily Harbor. 
Indian Tickle. 
Sandy Islands. 
Turnavick. 
Forteau. 

L'Anse au Loup. 
Dead Island. 
Emily Harbor. 
Battle Harbor. 
Francis Harbor, 



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Post Office Directory for Labrador, Etc —(Continued). 


Name of 


Place. 


Port of Call. 


Frenchman's Island 




Seal Islands. 


George's Cove ... 


• < ■ • ■ • 


Do. 


Do. 


... 


Francis Harbor Biglit. 


George's Island ... 


• ■ • • ■ • 


Indian Harbor. 


George's River ... 


• ■ • ■ ■ ■ 


Rigolet. 


George's Run ... 


. . • ■ • • 


Batteaux. 


Grady 


... • .. 


Grady. 


George's Island ... 


. • • ■ > t 


Indian Harbor. 


*Grassey 


... ... 


Blanc Sablon. 


*Greenly Island 


• • ■ • • k 


Do. 


*Green Island ... 


■ ■ • ■ • ■ 


Do. 


Green Cove 


. • . » •■ 


Tub Harbor. 


Griffin's Harbor 


... 


Griffin's Harbor. 


*Gulch Cove ... 


... 


Blanc Sablon. 


Racket's Harbor 


• • • • ■ • 


Grady. 


Hair Harbor 


... 


Long Island. 


Hair Island 




Windsor's Harbor. 


Hamilton Inlet... 


... 


Rigolet. 


Hare Tickle 




Adnavick. 


Hawk's Harbor... 




Hawk's Harboi'. 


Hill's Cove 


... 


Bolster's Rock. 


Hill's Harbor ... 


... 


Seal Islands. 


Hill's Harbor ... 


■ ■ ■ • > • 


Grady. 


Hebron 


... 


Nain. 


*Henley Harbor 


• ■ > > ■ . 


Henly Harbor. 


Hiscock's Harbor 




Comfort Bight. 


Hoi ton 


. • • • . > 


Holton. 


Hopedale 


■ ■ • • . ., 


Hopedale. 


Horse Harbor ... 


• ■ • • • - 


Emily Harbor. 


Ice Tickle 


... 


Indian Harbor. 


Hack 


... 


Hack. 


Independent 




Pack's Harbor. 


Indian Biglit 




Francis Harbor Bight. 


Indian Harbor ... 




Indian Harbor. 


Indian Islands, G. 


W. Bay !;; 


Pack's Harbor. 


Indian Tickle . . 


... 


Indian Tickle. 


*Isle au Bois 


... 


Blanc Sablon. 


Ironbound Island 


• • • • • ■ 


Ironbound Island. 


Jigger Tickle ... 


• • ■ ■ ■ * 


Jigger Tickle. 


King's Bay 


... ... 


Sloop Cove. 


Kipicock 


... ... 


; Hack. 


Lady's Arm 


• . ■ ... 


! Snug Harbor. 


*L'anse au Morts 


... . ■ ■ 


! L'Anse au Loup. 


*L'anse au Diable- 


-Jibble 


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Post Office Directory for Labrador, Etc.— (Continued). 



Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



*L'anse an Cottar 

L'anse au Loup . 

Lance Cove 

*Le\vis Bay 

Lester's Point . 

Little Harbor . 

Little Harbor, G. W. Bay 

Little Fisheries 

Little Holton 

Long Island 

*Long Point 

Lord's Arm 

Macovick 

Mannock's Island 

Mark's Harbor 

^Mathias C'ove 

Mecklenburgh 

Merchantman's Harbor 

*Middle Bay .. 

Mosquito 

Morgan Harbor.. 

Mousy 

Mullins'Cove .. 

Do. 
Musgrave Harbor 
Murray's Harbor 
*Muttbn Bay 
Nain 

''''Natashquan 
New Harbor 
Negro's Sound 
Northwest River 
Nowlan's Harbor 
Occasional Harbur 
October Harbor... 
Okack 
Open Bay 
Orleans' Harbor 
Pack's Harbor ... 
Payne's Cove 
Pigeon Islands ... 
*Pigeon Island . . 
*Piednoir — Pinware 
Pin ware 
P'etty Harbor ... 



Blanc Sablon. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Battle Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Spear Harbor. 
Indian Harbor. 
Salmon River. 
Holton. 
Long Island. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Long Tickle. 
Macovik. 

Do. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Battle Harlior. 
Spear Harbur. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Salmon Ri\i'r. 
Spear Hai liur. 
Little Harbor. 
Long Tickle. 
Emil}' Harbor. 
Grady. 

Do. 
Spear Harbor. 
Bonne Esperance. 
Nain. 
Bonne Esperance. 

Do. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Dead Island. 
Fishing Ships' Harbor. 

Do. 
Nain. 



{ Punch Bowl. 

I Pack's Harbor. 

! Indian Harbor. 

i Do. 

I Bonne Esperance. 

i Do. 

1 West St. Modeste. 

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Directory 


for Labrador, Etc — (Continued). 


Name of Place. 


Port of Call. 


Piper's Tickle ... 






Bolster's Rock. 


Partridge Bay ... 


» » • 


... 


Scram my. 


Partridge Harbor 


« ■. 


, ^ 


Spear Harbor. 


*Pleasure Harbor 


... 


« .. 


C limney Tickle. 


* Point aux Morts 


... 


... 


Seal Islands. 


Port Charlotte ... 


... 




Pack's Harbor. 


Pommeroy's Island 


... 


... 


Chimney Tickle. 


Penuyhook Cove 


... 


• • . 


Puncli Bowl. 


Punch Bowl 


... 


... 


Indian Harbor. 


Quare Island 


, , 


■ •• 


L'Anse an Loup. 


Ragged Islands ... 


... 


• •• 


Ragged Island. 


Railway Islands 


... 


• •• 


Punch Bowl. 


Rammah 


... 


• . • 


Batteau. 


Rattler's Bight ... 


... 


. . « 


Nain. 


*Red Bay 


... 


■ . • 


Red Bay. 


Red Island 


... 


... 


Indian Tickle. 


Red Point 


... 


... 


Francis Harbor Bight. 


Red Point Cove ., 


... 


... 


Domino. 


Rigolet 


... 


• . . 


Rigolet. 


Roger's Harbor ... • 




... 


Long Tickle. 


Round Island ... 


... 


... 


Long Island. 


Rover's Island ... 


... 


... 


Indian Tickle. 


Run by Guess ... 


... 


... 


Indian Harbor. 


Salmon Bight ... 


... 


■ • . 


Black Tickle. 


Salmon Point ... 


... 




Indian Tickle. 


*Salmon River ... 


... 


... 


Salmon River. 


Sandy Gove 


... 


..* 


Francis Harbor Bight. 


Sandv Hook 


... 


■ ■ . 


Do. 


Sandy Hill Tickles 


... 


• .* 


Indian Tickle. 


Sandy Islands ... 


■ «• 


■ ■■ 


Sandy Island. 


Salt Pond 


* . • 


... 


Little Harbor. 


Salt Pond 


... 


• .. 


Comfort Bight. 


Seal Bight 


• a. 


... 


Murray Harbor. 


Sandwich Bay ... 


. .. 


... 


Cartwright. 


*Schooner Gove... 


> • ■ 


... 


L'Anse au Loup. 


*Schooner Gove... 


... 


. • • 


Dead Island. 


Sciaramy 


... 


... 


Scrammy. 


Seal Islands 


... 


... 


Seal Islands. 


Seine Islands ... 




• ». 


Do. 


Selby's Cove 




... 


Punch Bowl. 


Shoal Bay Islands 


• > . 


■ . • 


Do. 


Shoal Tickle ... 


... 


... 


Seal Islands. 









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Post Office Directory for Labrador, Etc.— (Continued). 



Name of Place. 


Port of Call. 


Ship Run 


Smokey Tickle. 


Sloop Cove 


Sloop Cove. 


Do 


Fishing Ships Harbor. 


Sloop Harbor ... 


Punch Bowl. 


Do. i 


Er.iily Harbor. 


Soddy Island 


Scrammy. 


Sophia's Harbor 


Murray's Harbor. 


South East Cove 


Long Island. 


Snack Cove 


Pack's Harbor. 


Snug Harbor ... 


Snug Harbor. 


Smoky Tickle .. 


Smokey Tickle. 


Spear Harbor ... 


Spear Harbor. 


Spotted Islands... 


Domino. 


Splitting Knife ... 


Smokey Tickle. 


Square Islands ... 


Square Islands. 


Squasho Run ... 


Venison Islands. 


Styles 


Do. 


Stag Tickle 


Holton. 


Strawberry 


Hack. 


*Temple Bay ... 


Henley Harbor. 


Tinker Harbor ... 


Holton. 


Thomas Bay 


Mannock's Island, 


Tickle 


Windsor's Harbor. 


Tramore 


Pack's Harbor. 


*Trap Cove 


Battle Harbor. 


Transport Island 


Venison Island. 


Triangle 


Dead Island. 


Tonckialick 


Cape Harrison. 


Tub Harbor 


Venison Island. 


Tub Island 


Pack's Harbor. 


Turnavick 


Turnavick. 


Venison Is ands 


Venison Island. 


Venison Tickle ... 


Do. 


*West St. Modest 


L'Anse au Loup. 


Webber's Cove ... 


Punch Bowl. 


White Bears 


White Bears. 


White Islands ... 


Domino. 


White Point Bay 


Sloop Cove. 


Wild Bight 


Venison Island. 


Wilcock's Arm ... 


Batteaux. 


Williams' Harbor 


Francic Harbor Bight. 


Winter Cove 


Indian Harbor. 


Wolf Islands ... 


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List of Offices. 

St. John's: Superintendent — David Stott. 

" Clerk in Charge — George J. Veitch. 

Check Clerk—Hedley V. Garland. 

" Assistant Checker — Alex. Rooney. 

" Chief Operator — .John Curtis. 

" Operatm-s—ino. W. Mitchell, J. D. O'Donnell, F. Manuel, 

Harold Russell, William P. Hiscock, Alan M. Fraser, 
Philip J. Murphy, W. W. Blackadar, H. J. Inder. 

" C7erA;s— William Mitchell, Sidwell AVilley, Edw. Wilson, 

Alfred Rees. 

" Messengers — Chesley Coultas, .Jno. Kavanagh, Wm. Ryan, 

Henry Peckham, John Rooney, J. Williams, John 
Andrews, Harry Giles, Herbert Bartlett, Alexander 
Noseworthy, George Squires, John Maddick, William 
Squires, John Kenna. 

" Lineman — William Tobin. 



Office. Operator. 

Avondale Annie Moore 

Badger A. J. Kirby 

Baie Verte Agnes Jackman 

Baine Harbor Hannah HoUett 

Bay-de-Verde Theresa A. O'Neil 

Bay L'Argent V. E. Banfield 

Bay Roberts Thos. R. Delaney 

Beaverton E. S. Hennebury 

Belleoram Ida Cluett 

Birchy Cove Alexander Read 

Do. (Assistant) Lena Read 

Bonavista Mrs. A. Stabb 

Bonne Bay Charles Read 

Botwoodv'ille Maud B. Tilley 

Branch Sarah M. Barron 

Brigus Annie Babbitts 

Brigus Junction Joseph Small 

Britannia Cove Ellie G. Gardner 

Burin Christina Flynn 

Cape Race Hannah J. Myrick 

Cape Ray 

Carbonear W. J. McCarthy 

Catalina Lena Guy 

Change Islands Ethel B. Taylor 

Channel Lilian Pike 



Office. Operator. 

Clarenville .Jennie Pittman 

Come-by-chance ... Thos. J. Murphy 

Conception Harbor Shan Buck 

Crabbs H. E. Hardy 

Epworth Elsie Keech 

Fogo Fannie Miles 

Fortune Amelia Bennett 

Gaff Topsails Ronald Bursey 

Gambo Eleanor Gillis 

do. Assistant 

Gander Bay ...Minnie L. Colbourne 

Glenwood W. B. Temple 

Grand Bank Mabel Forsey 

Grand Falls Robert F. Nowhook 

do. Assist.. ..Clarence A. Wells 

Grand Jjake 

Grand River Agnes O'Quinn 

Green's Harbor Miss Mitcham 

Greenspond Agnes Lang 

Hant's Harbor Bertha Targett 

Harbor Breton J W. Sodero 

' Harbor Grace Arthur W. Heath 

\ Harbor Main Bridget Ezekiel 

; Heart's Content ...Florence Wilcox 
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Office. Operator. 
Hermitage Effie Way- 
Herring Neck Malcolm Simms 

Holyrood John B. Veitch 

Holy rood, St. 1 ^ „ „ „ 

Mary's Bay, } ^^^- ^^- '='^- *"^°'^ 

Hunibermouth Veronica Barry 

Joe Bait's Arm Plujebe Coffin 

King's Cove Bride Devine 

King's Point ...Harry G. Colboiirne 

Lamaline Lucy B. Collins 

Lark Harbor W. A. Parsons 

Lawn 

Lewisport Edith B. Holmes 

Little Bay Richard D. Walsh 

Little River John Doyle 

LongHr. Beach ..Philip E. Grandy 
Lower Is. Cove ...Mary J. Snelgrove 

Manuels Stella Kearney 

Marystowu L. C. Mahoney 

Milferton Junc....E. A. W. Newhook 

Moreton's Harbor M. Blackmore 

Musgrave Harbor... Emmeline Burt 

New Harbor Annie Newhook 

New Perlican Frances Bemister 

Newtown Jessie Davis 

Nipper's Har Benjamin C. Bailey 

Norris' Arm Charles Pittman 

North West Arm Fred. H. Rice 

Old Perlican Allan J. Coombe 

Pilley's Island Geo. D. Mayne 

Placentia Ida Hartigan 

Pool's Cove Rhoda Payne 

Port-au-Port Rose Hynes 

Whitbourne 



Office. Operator. 

Port-aux-Basques — 

First Operator M. P. Smart 

Assistant Operator ... H. A. Da we 
Assistant Operator... James Norris 

Messenger Otto Vardy 

H. Master & "Watchman, W. Vardv 

Port Bland ford Chas. W. Tilley 

Riverhead, St. Mary's... Maggie Daly 

St. Bride's Kate Conwav 

St. George's S. J. McDonald 

St. Jacques.. P. J. McEvoy 

St. Joseph's P. J. Cormack 

St. Lawrence Cecilia Fewer 

St. Mary's Honora Gibbons 

Sandy Point Aggie R. Barter 

Seldom-Come-By Edith Miller 

Scilly Cove Allison KellHiid 

Sound Island J. JMmiesDii 

Spaniard's Bay N. H. Gossi; 

Springdale There.-a House 

Stephenville Adeline White 

StephenviileCrossing, Clara S.Hynes 

Stone's Cove Fred. Diiihani 

Terenceville Cecilia B. Jaynes 

Tilt Cove W. Cunninghini 

Tilting Isal)ella Burke 

Topsail Florence Miller 

Trepassey Nettie Murphy 

Trinity Lilian Fowlow 

Twillingate Mabel Blackmore 

Upper Island Cove ...Alex. Myrden 

Wesleyville E. Sainsburv 

Western Bay Ewen Kennedy 

Maggie Cook. 



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Twenty cents for ten words, and two cents for each additional word. 
Five figures go as one word. 

Cable Connection. 

The Government Postal Telegraph Cable between Port-aux-Basques, 
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The German Atlantic Cable Co. 
The Halifax and Bermuda Cable Co. 
The Direct West India Cable Co. 
The Postal Tel. Cable Co. (of America). 
The C. p. R. Telegraphs. 
The Marconi Wireless Tel. System. 

J/ew Cable 7{oute to Soutfj j^tTjerica : 

Via Commercial, Azores, St. Vincent. To 
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they must be handed to Postal Telegraph Offices. 

J^ew yUl-Submarine Cable to S{avana : 

The Commercial Cable Co. has opened an All- 
Submarine Cable Route from N'ew York direct 
to Havana. Cablegrams for Cuba and other 
West India Idands, should be filed with the 
Newfoundland Postal Telegraphs. 

St. John's, jy/ld.. City Offices : 

General Post Office, Court House, and 
King's Wharf. Ring us up, and our messen- 
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SUPERINTENDENTS OF EDUCATION. 

For Church of England Schooh— "Rev. W. Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., F.R.G.S., 
I.S.O. 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. Levi Curtis. M.A., D.D. 
Assistant — E. Lodge, A.A. 

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 — Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., I.S.O., Church of England 
Superintendent of Education. 

Vice-Presidents — Rev. Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D., Methodist Superinten- 
dent of Education; W. W. Blackall, B.A. 

Secretary and Registrar — Andrew Wilson. 

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

Thomas Hanrahan, Roman Catholic Superintendent of Education, Dio- 
cese of Harbor Grace. 

Ezra Lodge, Assistant Superintendent of Methodist Schools. 

S. Thompson, Assistant Superintendent Church of England Schools. 

Rev. P. .J. Culhane, Head Master Roman Catholic College. 

S. T. Harrington, M.A., Head Master Methodist College. 

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

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Rev. M. Fenwick, 

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Rt. Rev. Monsignor Roche, 

Very Rev. John Roe, 

Rev. T. A. Prendergast, 



Rev. Canon Saunders, M.A., 

Rev. George R. Godden, M.A., 

Alex. Harvey, 

John W. Withers, 

Campbell MacPherson, '^ 

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

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

C. N. Dodd, B. Sc. 



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INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Church of England Colleges. 

Visitor : 
His Excellency the Governor. 



Directors : 



The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop 

of Newfoundland. 
Right Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway, 

RC, K.C., K.C.M.G., D.C.L. 
Sir Jas. S. Winter, K.C., K.C.M.G. 
Rev. Canon Dunfield, 

" Canon Temple, 

" Canon Smith, 

" G. H. Bolt, M.A., 
J. W. Withers, 
J. Outerbridge, 



A. J. Harvey, 

Hon. E. R. Bowring, 

" George Knowling, 
M. G. Winter, 
C. S. Pinsent, 
R. WatsoD, 
H. J. Earle, 
W. S. Monroe, 
A. H. Martin, 
Dr. W. F. Lloyd, 
Hon. J. A. Clift, K.C. 



Staff 



Boys'' DeiMrtment. 
(Bishop Feild College). 

Head Master of the College and Warden of the Hostel.~W. W Blackali 
B.A., (London). 

Master of Classics— Yrazer Taylor, M. A., (Cambridge), (2nd Class 
Classical Tripos). 

Master of Modern Languages—Mons. Bernard, (London Univ.) A. A. 
(prizeman). 

Master of Mathematics— Mr. G. House, A. A. 

Master of Manual Training— I. J. Samson, A. A., (Graduate of the 
McDonald Training School, Truro). 

Master of History and Geography— C. E. A. Jeffery, (Lon. Univ.) A A. 

Master of Science — The Head Master. 

Mistress of the Preparatory Department— Miss Pinsent, C. T. 

Assistant Mistress of the Preparatory Department— M\ss Steed, A. A. 

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Girls^ Department. 

"* (Bishop Spencer College). 

Principal — Miss Stirling. 

Assistants — Miss Emma Dawe, Mat. London Univ. ; Miss HarVey 

Miss M. Worrall, A.A. ; Miss 

Drawing — Mr. Nichols. 
Music— Mr. H. Stirling. 

Board of Examiners for granting Certificates of Qualification 

to Teachers. 

Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., F.R.G.S., Superintendent. 
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. 

THis Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury. 
TT- p J His Grace the Archbishop of York. 

Vice- matrons.. . jjj^ ^^.^^^ ^j^^ Archbishop of Armagh ; and nearly all 

[ the Bishops of the Church of England. 
Corresponding Com.mittee in Newfoundland, Incorporated.. 

President — The Right Rev. the Loid Bishop of Newfoundland. 
Fice-Presi't -The Rt. Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway, P.C, K.C., K.C.M.G. 
Secretary-Treasurer— Rev. W. Pilot, D.D. 
Hon. Sir W. H. Horwood, A. O. Hayward, K.C. 

Rev. Canon Smith, Hon. Dr. Skelton, 

Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. Hon. J. A. Clift, K.C. 

Sir J. S. Winter, K.C, K.C.M.G. Alex. J. Harvey, 
Rev. Canon Saunders, M.A. 

Central Training School. 

Principal 0/ Boys' School — Augustus Coffin. 

Principal of Girls' School — Miss Short. 

Principal of Pupil Teachers' Home — Miss F. Field. 

Each assisted with a staff of Pupil Teachers. 

Boards of Education. 

1. St. John's— The Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, Chairman; Rev. 
Canon Dunfield, Rev. C. V. Cogan, Rev. G. R. Godden, M.A., Rev. Wm. 
Mosdell, J. Outerbridge, J. T. Southcott, J. W. Withers, Hon. Dr. Skelton, 
Hon. E. R. Bowring, W. C. Job, P. F. LeMessurier, D. M. Browning, M.A., 

K.C. Hon. Eli Dawe. 

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3. Petty Harbor— Rev. , Chairman; Emanuel Chafe, 

Josiah Chafe, Alan Chafe, Henry Winsor. 

4. Portugal Cove— Rev. Canon Smith, Chairman; S. Tucker, A. 
Squires, E. Harding, E. Sonierton. 

5. Bell Island — Rev. W. C. Booth, Chairman; G. Foote, William 
Bennett, Wm. Clements, Geo. Parsons, sr. 

6. Topsail — Rev. Canon Temple, Chairman; Azariah Squires, A. 
Squires, W. H. Smith, B. Jaynes, James Sharpe. 

7. FosTRAP — Rev. E. K. H. Caldwell, Chairman; P. Greenslade, Hy. 
Hynes, Job Coates, John Kelly, W. H. Morgan, J. H. Lear. 

8. Erigus — Rev. J. H. Bull, Chairman; S. E. Chafe, Elijah Bishop, 
George Butlands, John Bishop, Wm. Bishop (Burnt Head). 

9. Salmon Cove — Rev. , Chairman; William Hussey, 

Benjamin Morgan, C. Morgan, J. Snow, Wm. Hussey. 

10. Port-de-Grave— Rev. F. Severn, Chairman; Harold Andrews, 
John French, J. T. Boone, C. H. Morgan, S. Dawe (Z.), S. Christopher. 

11. Colby's Point — Rev. Edgar Jones, Chairman; Wm. Russell, (of 
Wm.), W. H. Greenland, Horatio Bradshaw, Joseph Batten. John Smith, 
John Dawe, Azariah Russell, Samuel Bradbury. 

12. Bay Roberts — Rev. Edgar Jones, Chairman; Dr. L. S. Pritchard, 
Richard Mosdell, George Jardine, William Parsons, Robert Saundt-rs, 
Moses Earle, Robert Bradbury, R. Dawe. 

13. Spaniard's Bay — Rev. Jos. Adams, Chairman; James Hutchings, 
Thos. Gosse, Nathaniel Gosse, Jas. Gosse, John Sheppard, James Chipman, 
Josiah Gosse. 

14. Upper Island Cove — Rev. F. Smart, Chairman; N. Crane, E. 
Peddle, H. Yetman, J. T. Jones. 

15. Harbor Grace — Rev. Canon Noel, Chairman; John C. Ash, 
Thomas Courage, Geo. Badcock, Wm. Titfoid, Tlios. Ross, Levi Chafe. 

16. Harbor Grace (South)— Rev. C. Carpenter, Chairman; S. Noel, 
J. Yetman, Selby Noel, Alex. Sheppani, A Noseworthy. 

17. Carbonear — Rev. F. Colley, Chairman; W. Hawker, George 
Crocker, John Lyte, Edward Chipman, James Bennett, Nath. Forward, 
George Moulton, Chas. Frumpton. 

18. Bay-de- Verde— Rev. William Brittnell, Chairman; W. Jacobs, 
Thos. Cull, J. C. Meadus, Jas. Blundon, Jos. Emberley, Moses Blundon, sr. 

19. Heart's Content — Rev. W. C. White, Chairman; Dr. Anderson, 
Adam Martin, Geo. Charlton, George Young, Edmund Harnum, Robert 
Hiscock (of Jacob), Willis Piltman, James Cunningham. 

20. New Harbor— Rev. James White, Chairman; Wm. Hefford, A. 
George, F. Woodman, Robert Pretty (of Samuel), Martin George, Enoch 
Reid, Leander Drovei'. 

21. Norman's Cove— Rev. James White, Chairman; William Day, 
Robert Hillier, Thos. Warren, Jas. Thome, Solomon Reid, John Luther.' 

22. Random— Rev. M. K. Gardner, Chairman; Stephen Smith, John 
Vey, James Drodge, Joliu Luther, John Clarke, Herbert J. Batston. 

23. Smith's Sound— Rev. A. Tulk, Chairman; Alfred Stone, Wm. 
H. Ryan, Matt. Pitcher, Jas. Walters, J. T. Stone, John Stone. 

24. Trinity (Proper)- Rev. C. W Hollands, Chairman; George R. 
Lilly, J. P., Noah narrl.,,... Mn.T. AT^iin.. w;ii; — w^^^■^■^^ u t p^^^^^^^ 



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25. Trinity Bay Nokth— Eev. G. H. Field, Chairman; Geo. Fowlow, 
John Walters, "Wni. Beston, Jos. Butler, Jas. Moody, Adam R. Randall. 

26. Catalixa — Rev. G. S. Chanibeilain, Chairman; Thomas Martin, 
Peter Coleridge, F. Someitou, L. Miles, AVilliam White, John Raymond. 

27. BoNAVisTA Bay Sooth — Rev. A G. Bayly, B. A., Chairman; 
Rev. A. E. C. Bayly, "\\^m. Sweetlaml, John Lawrence, Joscpli Rolls, John 
S. Rowsell, Robert Brown (Stephen), S. MitHen, Walter Brown (Amherst 
Cove), Jos. Thompson, Wni. Miles. 

28. BoNAVisTA Bay West — Rev. S. A. Dawsou, Chairman; John 
Coffin, Samuel Brown, Ed. Penny, Fred. Shears, Matthew Waugh. 

29. Brooklyn — Rev. E. Nichols, Chairman; Levi Prince, Henry 
Humhy, Albert Stares, Wm. Greening, Abraham Penny (Canning's Cove), 
Jos. Yetman (Jamestown). 

30. Salvage Bay — Rev. E. Rusted, Chairman; Jos. Squires, Wm. 
Hiscnek (Flat Islands), Stephen Oldt'onl (Squid Tickle), D. Biown, J. 
Babstock, Hen?y J. Oldford, Wm. Turner. 

?,]. Greensi'OND- Rev. H. Earle, M. A., Chairman; E. J. Dominy, 
E. E(lf,'ar, E. Young, W. Granter. 

3:1. Finchard's Island — Rev. T. W. Upward, Chairman; James 
Parsons (Newtown), Charles Hounsell (Pound Cove], Jos. Knee, (Badger's 
Quay), Samuel Green (Pinchard's Island), Samuel R. Winsor. 

33. FoGO— Rev. A. E. Butler, Chairman; Rev. K. Pitcher, E. Hyde, 
A. Stone, James Jones, Samuel Harnett, W. Earle, Robt. Irish, W. Furze. 

34 Barr'd Island — Rev. A. E. Butler, Chairman; Rev. K. Pitcher, 
Jiilih Rrett, Joseph I. Coffin, Geo. Foster, Joseph Call, Ambrose Coffin, 
JoliM v.'offin, Joseph Cobb. 

35. Change Islands — Rev. N. Facev, Chairman; F. C. Earle, Thos. 
Scanjnieli, sr., Arthur Scammell, Walter Torraville, Thomas Torraville. 

36. Gander — Rev. N. Facey (Change Islands;, Chairman; Benjamin 
Torraville, Aichibald Scammell, Frank Simms, John Payne, Chas. Francis, 
Hezekiah Gillingham. 

37. Herring Neck — Rev. H. Kirby, Chairman; H. Dally (Pike's 
Arm), Geoige Mercer, J. D. Lockyer, Benj. Torraville. 

38. TwiLLiNGATE — Rev. A. B. S. Stirling, Chairman; John White, 
James Black lei', James Oakley, Geo. Blandford, Wm. Peyton, Theophilus 
Taylor. 

39. BoTWOODviLLE, OR Grand Falls — Rev. Henry Uphill (Grand 
Falls), Chairman; John Albert Bayly (Grand Falls), James E. Outerbndge 
(Bishop's Falls), Charles Pittman (Norris' Aru)), Henry Burt, J. P.,'^(Bot- 
wood\'ille). 

40. Exploits— Rev. LI. Godden, Chairman; Jasper Rowsell, George 
Sceviour, George Foote, Moses Hill, Archibald R jwsell. 

41. Pilley's Island— Rev. -^ — , Chairman; T. E. Wells, 

J. P., J. Purchase, Ed. Spencer, S. Lanning. 

43. Notre Daair Bav NnRTw_P^<. a Ti:.— -^.^^ Chairman; W. E. 
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43. Placentia Bay — Rev. A. Shorter, Chairman; W. H. Brown, 
Jesse Slade, James Burton, T. Wakely, Thomas Collett, William Thomas 
Hollett, Robert Tlios. Dicks, John Rothvay. 

44. Burin— Rev. J. Hewitt, Chairman; Sidney Hussey, Jno. Brushett, 
John Dibben, William Da}'. 

45. Garnish— Rev. John Hewitt, C'Af6i;rHifm ; John R. Courage, Chas. 
Marsh, Thomas Moulton, Richard Grandy. 

46. Lamaline— Rev. H. K. Gilbert, Chairman; Hy. Haskell, Henry 
Bonnell, Albert Hillier, Gei. S. Walters. 

47. Fortune Bay— Rev. R. F. Mercer, Chairman; S. Fiander, W. 
Bungay, J. J. Rose, Joseph Sodero, Thomas White, Henry Elliott, Jens 
Jensen, Thomas Jensen. 

4H. Belleoram — Rev. Wni. Grouchy, Chairman ; L. T. Cluett, L. 
Angus McCuish, Uriah Whately, Philip Cluett, J. T. Cluett. 

49. Hermitage Cove— Rev. G. Bishop, Chairman; William Webb, 
Robert Durnford, J. W. Bulley, John Pink, George Chambers, William 
Camp, C. Hill. 

50. Burgeo — Rev. C. Stickings, Chairman; J. Vatcher, sr., John 
Vatcher, jr., Henry J. Clement, John Cunningham, J. Matthews, A. Kel- 
land. Ph. Dicks, Wm. Matthews, George Saniways. 

51. Rose Blanche — Rev. H. V. Whitehouse, Clmirman; Prosper 
Garcien, R. Furneaux, H. Horwood, John Ridout, James Ridout. 

52. Channel — Rev. H. J. Read, Chairman; N. Smith, J. S. Hutch- 
ing?, P. T. Clement, J. Jeans, H. McKay, Emmanuel Pike, Dominic Le 
Fresne, C. T. James. 

53. CoDROY — Rev. H. J. Read, Chairman; F. Braithwaite, George 
Ball, George B. Collier. 

54. Sandy Point — Rev. Charles Jeffrey, Chairman; Wm. Pennell, 
Millage Messervey, Henry Halliburton, William Morris, Clement Renouf, 
Walter LeRoux, JPhilip Renouf. 

55. The Barachoix— Rev. Chas. Jeffrey, Chairman; Fred'k Renouf, 
James A. Shears, Joseph Chaffey, Geo. A. Shears, Robert Shears, Clement 
Renouf. 

56. Bay op Islands— Rev. H. Petley, Chairman; G. Wheeler, F. 
Brake, Alexander Reid, Major Sheppard, John Leggo, John Bagg, J. A. 
LeGrandais, S. Bellam. 

57. Bonne Bay — Rev. Isaac Parsons, Chairman; J. Noel, J. Raikes, 
J. A. Squires, Wm. Prebble. 

58. Straits op Belle Isle— Rev. J. T. Richards, Chairman. 

59. White Bay— Rev. C. Wood, Chairman; John Jacob, Wm. Rice, 
Thomas Rice, John Ford, George Pearce, Luke Gale (of Job). 

60. Battle Harbor — Rev. E. W. Gardner, Chairman; F. Lewis, 
Wm. Stone, Wm. Pye, Barton Green. 

6L Sandwich Bay — Rev. E. Clench, Chairman. 

6-2. Whitbouene — Rev. J. G.^ Cragg, Chairman; E. Nuseworthy, 
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St. Bonaventure's College. 

Board of Directors : 

Most Rev. M. F. Howley, D.D. Hon. D. J. Greene, K.C. 

Rt. Rev. N. McNeil], D.D. .T. G. Conroy, Esq., K.C, B.A. 

Rt. Rev. J. March, D.D. (Lon.), .J.P. 

Very Rev. Dean Ryan, D.D. Thomas Eclens, Esq. 

Sir E. P. Morris, K.C., LL.D. James P. Howley, Esq., F.G.S. 

William P. Walsh, Esq. Hon. J. D. Ryan, M.L.C. 

Principal — Rev. Bro. Culhane. 

f Rev. " Prendergast, 
Rev. " Strapp, 
Rev. " J. B. Ryan, 
Rev. " Lannon, 
Masters ■{ Rev. " Fennessey, 
Rev. " Keely, 
D. A. Flynn, Professor of Music. 
Chas. Hutton, Professor of Vocal Music. 
^ W. Ryall, Violin. 

Board f Examiners. 

Rt. Rev. E. P. Roche, V. G., 

Rev. Bro. Culhane, 

Rev. Bro. Prendergast, 

T. Hanrahan, Supintendent Education, Harbor Grace. 

V. P. Burke, 8upt. Education, (Island, excluding Diocese of Har. Grace). 

Roman Catholic Academy. Harbor Grace. 



Trustee — 

Principal — -Ronald Kennedy. 
Second — Annie Casey. 

St. Patrick's Schools, St. John's. 

Committee of Management. 
Officers of the Benevolent Irish Society, ex officio. 
Clergymen, members of the Society. 
Thirteen members, elected annually. 
Chairman — T. Nash. 
Secretary— W. S. Dunphy. 
Teachers — The Christian Brothers. 

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Harbor Grace ... Taught by 6 Nuns j Brigus Taught by 4 Nuns 

Carbonear " 9 " | Conception Har. •' 5 " 

Roman Catholic Boards of Education. 

St. John's — Most Eev. Dr. Howlev, Chairman: Ve7v Rcv. ])^nv 
Ryan, D.D., Hon. E. D. Shea, Hon. John Hani?, Hon. F. J. Mmris 
K.C., Hon. James M. Kent, B.A., K.C., Hon. Jas. McLoughlau, L. OB 
Furlong, Hon. E. M. Jackman. 

Topsail — Rev. Wm. O'Fiaherty, Chairman; Thomas Dwyei, Georgt 
Squires, John Flannery, Patrick Walsh, A. A. t liisliolm, M.D. 

Torbay — Rev. M. J. Clarke, C*/iairma?i; Samuel Gosse, .los. Maher 
William Shea, Joseph Brien. 

Portugal Cove— Rev. J. Ashley, Chairman; Thomas Haulou, Petei 
Neary. Michael White, Edward Gladney. 

Bell Island — Rev. J. J. McGrath, Chairman; M. Dwyer, P. Murphy 
O. Kelly, P. Quigley. 

Harbor Main — Rev. John Roe, Chairman; James Hawco, senr. 
E. Murray, J.P„ P. O'Brien, Patrick Flynn. 

HoLYROOD — Rev. Joseph Murphy, D.D., Chairman; J. Lewis, M.H.A. 
W. Kennedy, James Carroll, James Quinlau, Rev. James Donnelly. 

Conception Harbor — Rev. Wm. Veitch, P.P., Chairman ; P. Larii 
sey, D. Gushue (of Pat'k), G. Whelan, S. Whelan, sr. 

Brigus— Right Rev. Monsgr. E. F. Walsh, V.G., Chairman; Patricl 
Brophy, Pat'k Delaney, Thos. Fowlow (of N.), Ghas. McHugh (of Chas..) 
Thomas Delaney, Wm. Burke (of Wm.) 

North River— Rev. Dr. S. J. Whelan, P. P., Chairman ; Jas. Seward 
jr., Patrick Morrissey (of Rd.), John Dawson, Patrick Delaney (of Patrick) 
Martin Neville, Francis Kelly. 

Harbor Grace and Carbonear — , Chairman 

Rev. J. D. McCarthj', M. J. Jones, W. J. Lynch, Rev. Wm. Finn, W. A 
Strapp, M.D., Pierce Finn, Patrick Hogan, John Foley. 

Northern Bay — Rev. John Rowe, Chairman; Richard Hayden 
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Bay-de- Verde — Rev. Joseph V. Donnelly, Chaii-mcm ; Jas. Moore, 
John O'Neill, Thos. Hyde, Jeremiah Broderick, Thos. Moore (of Jas.). 

Trinity South — Rev. G. P. Battcock, Chairman ; A. Turner, John 
Murphy, Dr. Guthro, D. Blackniore. 

Trinity Bay, North — Rev. W. Tarahin, Chairman; Jno. Murphy, 
Jeremiah Connell, L. Peters. 

Trinity Bay, West — Rev. W. Tarahin, Chairman; Wm. Flynn, 

C. Tonlman, M. Lawloi-, Wm. Power, Thomas Leonard, Wm. Connolly. 

Bonavista, South — Rev. John Scully, Chairman ; Dr. G. C. Le Vis- 
conte, E. J. Ryan, Thos. Walsh, jr., John'Walsh, L. Ducey, E. Neill, W. 
Barker, Ed. Dooley, F. Haitery. 

Bonavista Bay, North — Rev. Jno. J. Mackey, Chairman; D. Turner, 
Michael Ayhvard, John Walsh, Thomas Kane. 

FoGO— Rev. W. Finn, Chairman; M. E. Fitzgerald, D. Foley, W. J. 
Bryan. 

Fortune Harbor — Rev. J. Lynch, C.C., Chairman; Richard Carroll, 
Richard Quirk, Matthew Glavine, J. Hamilton, M. Butler. 

Little Bay — Rev. John Lynch,: C/iaz/'Wrt/i ; P.Burke, Ml. Bouzan, 
James Norris, John Walker, Daniel Dennehy, Thomas Hearn, R. Walsh, 
Wm. Foran. 

Coachman's Cove — Rev. R. M. Shean, Chairman; John Carroll, Wm. 
Fitzgerald, Jeremiah Ford. 

CoNCHE , Chairman; Rev. John Colbert, Michael 

Lawless. 

Petty Harbor — Rev. R. Tierney, Chairman; Thomas Stack, Martin 
HefFerman, Michael Joyce, Samuel Raj'mond. 

Witless Bay — Rev. N. Roach, Chairman; Michael Burke, Aiden 
O'Driscoll, Michael Mulcahy, Jos. F. Williams. 

Mobile — Rev. P. O'Brien, Chairman; Jolm Fitzgerald, Edward For- 
tune, Michael Melvin. 

Ferryland — Rev. L. Vereker, Chairman ; E. Condon, A. White, M. 
Devereux, P. Power. 

Renews — Rev. J. Walsh, Chairman; J. J. Edstroin, James Fowlow, 
John Johnson, Arthur O'Leary. 

Trepassey— Rev. Wm, Born, Chairman; Jas. Murphy, M. Kennedy, 

D. Leary, M. Ryan. 

Salmonier — Rev. Ales. Howley, D.D., Chairman; John GofF, John 
Daly, John Marey, D. Daly. 

St. Mary's— Rev. S. O'Driscoll, Chairman ; Stephen Gibbons, John 
Walsh (of Ed.), D. Daley, M. Luudrigan, Wm. Hogan, ]\LD., Peter St. Croix. 

Great Placentia — Right Rev. Monsgi\ V. F. Reardon, Chairman; 
Ed. Sinnott, Nicholas Cosgrove, Maurice Power, Patrick Keefe, Michael 
Collins, James Collins. 

St. Bride's — Rev. H. Renouf, R. Young, J. E. Conway, A^ PoAver, 



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Little Placentia— Rev John St. John, Alphonsus Keats, Andrew 
Hunt, John Houlihan, Patrick Murphy. 

Placentia West— Eev. Wni. Doutney, Wm. Brown, J. Hennessey. 

Burin— Rev. J. MacNamara, R. T. McGrath, M. T. Flvun, R. O'Brien, 
John O'Neil. 

St. Lawrence— Rev. A. J. Maher, Michael Vavasour, Davirl Collins, 
James Fleming. 

Harbor Briton — Rev. M. F. Power. John Smith, James Gorman, 
George Collier, George Penney, Hugh Coady, J. J. O'Connell, B.A., M.D. 

St. Jacques — Rev. George H. Hawkins, Denis Burke. 
Codroy— Very Rev. W. G. Brown, V. G., James Doyle, J. Downey, 
Thomas O'Quinn, W. McLellan, sr. 

St. George's— Right Rev. N. McNeil, D. D., Chairman; Hector 
McDonald, John McPherson, Arthur Gashin, James R. Hayse. 

Stephenville— Rev. P. F. Adams, D. Alexandre, David Schump, 
Paul Gadon, Caliste White. 

Port-au-Port — Rev. James N. Joy, Angus Mclsaac, Arch. S. Camp- 
bell, Henry Duffen^is, James Joy, P. O'Quinn, A. Lainez. 

Bay of Islands — Rev. A. Sears, Jno. Buckle, John Hacket, Maurice 
E. Boland, James Petipas, Daniel Gilker, John Buckle. 

Bonne Bay — Rev. M. O'Rourke, Edward Marshall, Peter Jackman, 
James T. Hollah^n, John M. Billiard. 

METHODIST EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN 
NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Methodist College and Home. 

Principal— "&. T. Harrington, M.A., Jesus College, O.xford. 
Vice- Principal — C. IST. Dodd, B.Sc. (Durham). 

Assistants, TJijper School — Mr. John Hillyard, Harvard Universitv ; 
Miss M. V. Nash, Toronto Normal College ; Miss J. N. Dodd, B.Lit, 
(Durham) ; Miss Ethel Dickinson, Matric. London ; S. P. Wliiteway, 
Matric. London ; Miss Annie Dove, Certificated Teacher. 

Model School, Primary and Infant — Miss Fannie Badcock, Certificated 
Teacher; Miss Rachael Bradbury, Certificated Teacher; Miss D. Pike, 
Certificated Mistress. 

Kindenjarten — Miss J. Woods, Matric. London; Miss G. March, A. A. 

il/Msif— Herbert Macfarren, A.R.A.M.; Miss Pittman, Halifax Con- 
servatory of Music. 

Brcmimj and Painting— C. T. C. Hall, Cheltenham College, South 
Kensington, D. 

Manual Training — N. Cooke, McDonald Manual Training Institute. 
Training of Pupil Teachers— C. T. C. Hall. 

Shorthand and Tijpeioriting — Miss Ethel Dickinson, Matric. London. 
Guardian arid Chaplain — Rev. M. Fenwick. 



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" H. J. 13. Woods, Secretary. " A. Hill, 

" John B. Ayre, Treasurer. " George Paine, 

Rev. Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D., Hon. J. J. Rogerson, 

" M. Fenwick, " James Angel, 

" James Pincock, John E. P. Peters, 

« H. C. Hatcher, B.D., Alex. J. W. McNeily, K.C. 

" Wm. Swann, Right Hon. Sir R. Bond, P.C, 

" R. W. Freeman, K.C.M.G., LL.D. 

" James Nnrse, Hon. R. K. Bishoj), 

" Thomas H. James, Arthur Mews, 

" Solomon Matthews, C. MacPherson, 

" ThoniAS W. Atkinson, A. J. Penny, J. P. 

" Jesse Heyfield, S. R. March, 

" C. Hackett, A. F. Shirran, 

" J. T. Newman, . A. W. Martin, 

" C. Bench, George Gnshue, M.H.A. 

" J. B. Darby, B.A., Charles P. Ayre, 

" W. T. Dunn, Reuben Horwood, 

" Wm. Kendall, Sidney Woods. 

Joseph Peters. 

Methodist Boards of Education. 

1. St. John's East — Rev. F. R. Matthews, B.A., Chairnmn ; Rev. 
W. T. D. Dunn, Hon. James S. Pitts, Hon. H. J. B. Woods, S. H. Knight, 
Michael T. Knight, A. J. W. McNeily, K.C, J. E. P. Peters, Hon. R. K. 
Bishop, S. R. March. 

2. St. John's West — Rev. R. \V. Fieeman, Cliainnan ; Rev. C. 
Hackett, Isaac C. Moi'ris, C. P. Ayre, W. F. Horwood, Thomas A. Pippy, 
Jesse Whitewav, Hon. H. Gear, Fiank Steer, S. J. Tucker, C. H. Hutch- 
ings, K.C., R. St. Hill, Z. Cox, Hon. James Angel. 

3. Pouch Cove — Rev. Edwin Moore, Chairman; Clement Hudson, 
Charles Pippy, Thos. Hud.son, John Churchill, Rennie Easterbrook, Alan 
Noseworthy. 

4. Topsail — Rev. F. G. Willey, Chairman; Jos. Miller, James Miller, 
J. J. Butler, Z. Fowler, Jos. Fowler, Thomas Hussey. 

5. Briods — Rev. Jas. Nurse, Chairman; J. P. Thompson, J. P., Thos. 
Sprackliu, H. T. Bartlett, W. Bartlett, John Smith, J.P., John Spracklin. 

6. Cupids — Rev. T. H. James, Chairman; Jas. Butler, Nath'l LeDrew, 
Thomas Spracklin, Wm. Smiih, W. S. Dawe, Samuel Dawe (of Henry), 
W. J. LeDrew, Nathan Norman. 

7. Clarke's Beach — Rev. T. H. James, Chairman; Francis Nose- 
worthy, J. P., John C. Dawe, W. H. Jerrett, John Hussey, Nath. Dawe (of 
John), Geo. Mugford (of James), Joseph Moores, Joseph Ralph. 

8. Port-de-Gravr—'Rhv A p.i^i.o,-. ^''J- ■"• --^nan ; John Filyer, Sam 1 

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9. Bay Roberts— Rev. S. Snowden, Chairman; Geo. Mercer, Wm. 
Belbin, John Snow (of Wra.), Josiah Gosse, E. Badcock, Isaac Mercer, Jiio. 
Snow, Nalhan Frencli. 

10. Hakbor Grace — Rev. H. P. Cowperthwaite, M.A., D.D., Chair- 
man; George E. Stevenson, R. M. Duff, T^enj. Parsons, Ed. Taylor, Willis 
Davis, Alfred D. Davis, Ernest Simmons, Douglas Muun. 

11. Carbonear— Rev. J. B. Darby, B. A., Chairman; H. Cameron, 
J. P., Augustus Hopkins, Joseph Udell, James Peach, Gilbert Hiscock, R. 
Fraize, Henry Burke, John R. Goodison. 

12. Freshwater — Rev. C. Lench, Chairman; Wni. Parsons, Charle.s 
H. Moore, W. T. Homer, John J. Moores, Wm. C. Moores, John Parsons, 
Wm. T. Pottle, Edgar Case. 

13. Blackhead — Rev. J. T Newman, Chairman; Edward Hudson, 
Levi Hudson, Isaac King, John Cramm, Leonard Curtis, Gilbert LeGrow, 
Benj. Moores, John Murray (of Michael). 

14. Western Bay— Rev. W. H. Browning, Chairman ; L. G. T. Cruni- 
mey, Levi Butt, Edmund Butt, Richard Halfyard, Henry Follett, Robert 
Penney, S. Halfyard, Reuben Sellars. 

15. Lower Island Cove — Rev. George Pdine, Chairman; Joshua 
Tucker, Philip S. Cooper, George Bussey, Jordan Moores, A. G. Hudt^oii, 
J. P., Robert Whiteway, Jos. Shano, Benj. Morris. 

16. Old Perlican — Rev. S. Matthews, Chairman; Wm. Day, S. Burt, 
Joshua Benson, John Snelgrove, Uriah Bursey, Wm. Hopkins, Nathan 
Barrett, Elias Strong, sr. 

17. Haxt's Harbor — Rev. Henry Scott, Chairman; R. Button, W.J. 
Button, H. Single, Wm. Brown, A. Ta'rgett, S. Short, E. C.Janes, P. Tuck. 

18. Heart's Coatent— Rev. Jas. Wilson, C/i«irma?i ; Jos. Rnwe, W. 
Stentaford, Arch. Rabbits, Peter Matthews, Wm. Hopkins, S. S. Stentaford. 

19. SciLLY Cove — Rev. James Wilson, Chairman; John G. Grven, Ed. 
J. Sansom, Nath. Percy, John Green (of James), N. Green, W. H. Parrott. 

20. Green's Harbor— Rev. E. Taylor, Chairman; Chas. Newhook, 
Nathan Rowe, J. Taylor, Alfred Reid, Henry Jerrett, S. Brace. 

21. Bay Bulls' Arm-Rcv. John Reay, Chairman; Uriah Thorne, 
Gro. Piercy, John Reiil, L. H. Simmonds, Jas. Hutchings, Edgar Adams. 

22. Random South— Rev. H. B. Parnaby, Chairman; Simeon Adey, 
Martin Gooby, Jos. Frost, Eli Martin, Joiin Blundon, R. Miller. 

23. Random West— Rev. Sidney Bennett, Chairman; N. March, 
Willis Gulliford, John Loder, A. Smith, JohnDalton, Benj. Pitman. 

24. Random North— Rev. G. Storr, Chairman ; George Balsom, S. 
Palmer, M. Pelly, G. Adams, J. Blunden. 

25. Random East— Rev. Sidney Bennett, Chairman; D. Currie, 
John Leawood, John Vanly, Wm. King, John Mills, sr., Reuben Thistle. 

26. Trinity- Rev. Jesse Heytield, Chamnan ; M-ATtin Bugden, Wm. 
Ivany, James Crocker, Arthur Christian, Chas. Fleet, Thos. Christian. 

27. Catalina— Rev. T. W. Atkinson, Chairman; F. Snelgrove, W. 
N. Snelgrove, Albert Lodge, Benj. Perry, Alex. Johnson, Thos. A. Dalton, 
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28. BoNAViHTA— Rev. H. C. Hatcher, B. D., OJiairman ; John Brown, 
Alex. Groves, George Saint, Dr. R. E. Forbes, John Roper, J. P., Heber 
MitHen, John Abbott, Hezekiah Abbott. 

29. Elliston — Rev. AVni. Harris, Chairman; Wni. Jas. Hill, I^saac J. 
Cole, A. Cole, A. Hobbs, Thos. Baker, John Hiekss. 

30. MusuRAVETOwn — Rev. Jolm Line, Chairman ; A. Saint, R. S. 
Oldford, George Reader, John Handcock, George Fye, Ezek. Lethbridge. 

31. Port Blande'ord — Rev. H. Philipson, Chairman; S. R. Oakley, 
W. WJiite, A. Sprackliu, S. Osmond. 

32. Glovertown — Rev. A. Mercer, Chairman ; John House, William 
Diamond, Wm. Ralph, R. S. James, I. N. Sparks, B. Burry. 

33. Greenspond — Rev. J. J. Durrant, Chairman; Joseph Davis, 
Wni. Davis, Wm. H. Wliite, Samuel Hoddinot, Wm. Blackwood, Robert 
Burton, Arthur Boorne, Robert Burton, K. Oakley. 

34. Wesleiville— Rev. A. A. Holmes, Chairman; J. Kean, P. Gal- 
ton, Wm. Tiller, Cha.<. Hann, Chas. Stretton, George Hann. 

35. Newtown— Rev. A. A. Holmes, Chairman; Esau Stokes, Captain 
G. Baibour. Kenneth Ridout, Jonathan Parsons, Jacob Andrews (Cape 
Lslands), Alp. Barbour. 

36. MusGRAVE Harbor — Rev. H. J. Crea.sy, B.A., Chairman; Wm. 
Whiteway, jr., S. Hicks, Walter Abbott, T. Abbott, N. Goodyear, Samuel 
Wellon. " 

37. FoGO — Rev. J. R. Saint, S.T.L., Chairman ; Eli Cull, A.Cook, 
Thos. Lucas, J. W. Hodge, J. P., Levi Perry. 

3H. Seldom-Come-By — Rev. Geo. Sparkes, Chairman ; Mark Penney, 
M(>^^es Holmes, Joseph Anthony, Geo. Perry, Eli Sheppard, Samson Coish. 

39. Rocky Bay — Rev. W. A. Bugden, Chairman; John Perry, A. J. 
Tnik, Freil. Scott, Eli Steele, Mark Parsons, Stephen Chalk. 

40. Herring Neck — Rev. George Pickering, Chairman; John White, 
Elijah Elliott, I. Farthing, Thos. Tizzard, Isaac Hurley, S. Keefe. 

41. Change Islands — Rev. George E. W. Bryant, Chairman; Aich. 
Elliott, Francis Taylor, S. Roberts, J. P., S. P. Ginn, S. D. Cook, Herbert 
Elliott. 

42. TwiLLiNGATE— Rev. J. K. Curtis, B.A., Chairman; Sam'l Minty, 
William Guy, George Roberts, M H.A., Samuel Moore, John Pardy, J. S. 
Le Drew, M.D. 

43. Moreton's Harbor— Rev. S. A. Cbancey, Chairman; John Boyd, 
Titus Locke, Thomas French, Jos. B. Osmond, A. Knight, Thos. Wheeler, 
Az. Jones, John W. Small. 

44. Exploits — Rev. R. H. Maddock, Chairman; Jabez Manuel, Hy. 
Lacey, Manuel Lacey, Rev. R. S. Smith, Jacob Manuel, Step. Purchase. 

45. LEWispORTE— Rev. W. H. Dotchon, Chairman,; Stephen Janes, 
Thomas Janes, Thciuias Manuel, Absalom Chalk, Aquila Woolfrey, W. W. 
Bradley, J. P. 

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47. Springdale— Rev. H. G. Hatcher, Chairman; G. W. Clarke, 
Hy. Clarke, Fred. Thistle, jr., S. Thistle. 

48. Little Bay Island— Rev. J. C. Sidey, Chairman; T. Paddock, 
Thos. Thistle, Eli Stuckless, Peter Parsons, Willis Purchase, Jas. Jones. 

49. Little Bay— Rev. F. Dickenson, Chairman; H. Tavenor, John 
Upwards, Samiisl Knight, John Wells, Robert Young (Wild Bight), Job 
Wells. 

50. Nipper's Harbor — Rev. H. G. Coppin, Chairman; Jas. Adams, 
Andrew Roberts, Wni. T. Batstone, Stanley G. ]\Iaidment, Eli Jennings, 
Samuel Giles. 

5L Tilt Cove — Rev. W. J. Morris, Chairman; John Handcock, 
Benjai^in Short, Joseph Morgan, Hy. J. Newbury, Abraham Bartlett, A. 
J. House. 

52. Sound Island, Placentia Bay — Rev. E P. Ward, Chairman; 
William H. Beck, A. E. Stacey, Colin Beck, Edmund Reid, Charles Eddy, 
Archibald Beck. 

53. Woody Island — Rev. E. P. Ward, Chairman ; Rev. E. Codling, 
Inimer Williams, R. J. Barrett, Thomas Williams, Geo. Coffin, John H. 
Crann. 

54. Flat Islands, Placentia Bay — Rev. Henry Godfrey, Chair- 
man; George Miller, James H. Loughlan, Walter Parsons, J. P. Moulton, 
Wm. Collins (of Isaac), Reuben Dicks. 

55. Burin — Rev. C. Howse, Chairman; Robert Vigus, John Inkpen, 
Joseph Mitchell, Wm. Bishop, Joseph Inkpen, Benj. Vigus, S. Avery, J. P., 
Stephen Darby. 

56. Great Burin— Rev. C. Howse, Chairman; E. M. Hollett, Eph. 
Inkpen, George ;Movilton, Wm. H. Hollett, John Darby, Ed. Churchill 
J. Dancy, James W. Hollett. 

57. Epworth — Rev. Frank D. Cotton, Chairman; Thomas Bugden, 
Wm. Goddard, Wm. Paul, Thos. Hodder, Wm. Keech, Reuben Hollett. 

58. Fortune — Rev. William Swann, Chairman; A. W. Lake, Charles 
Spencer, Isaac Hillier, Geo. Collier, John S. Bennett, Geo. Dixon. 

59. Grand Bank — Rev. J. W. Bartlett, Chairman; William Forsey, 
S. Harris, T. Foote, Charles Rose, John P. Patten, John B. Foote, A. 
Buffett, B.A., Dr. Allan McDonald. 

60. Garnish— Rev. Solomon Hann, Chairman; Jas. Lorenzen, John 
Follett, S. Tibbo, J. H. Grandy, Cyrus Newport, Stephen Bond. 

6L Burgeo , Chairman; Chas. Turpin, John Davidge, 

John Guy, Hugh Matthews, Jos. Anderson, Wni. Harris. 

62. Petites — Rev. J. Moore, Chairman; Charles Courtney, George 
Anderson, Samuel Billiard, Samuel Collier, James Miles, Henry Riles. 

63. Channel— Rev. Frank E. Boothroyd, Chairman; Dean Bragg, 
Samuel Dingwell, G. G. Cotter, Mark Pike, Wilcox Spracklin, Joshua 
Bennett. 

64. St. George's Bay — Rev. E. Broughton, Chairman; A. Harvey 
jr., Edward Butt, E.Cntlsr. A. Brett. Dr. D. J. Bethune. Alen. Hu^dson. 



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65. Bay op Islands— Eev. E. C. Tait, Chairman; Chas. P. Farnell, 
Augustus Penney, Samuel Moulton, Samuel Allen, Alan Bartlett, J. B. 
Barrett, Isaac Bartlett. 

66. Bonne Bay— Rev. Norman M. Guy, Chairman; T. H. Wheeler, 
W. Clarke, T. C. Duder, J.P., Jas. Seeley, Wm. Strickland, Henry Follett. 

67. Flower's Cove — (Board to be appointed). 

68. St. Anthony — Rev. C. H. Brown, Chairman; Silas Clarke, Jos. 
Bussey, Hy. Beaufield, Wm. Pilgrim, Joseph Taylor, Frederick Penney. 

69. Englee — (Board to be appointed). 

70. Labrador South— (Board to be appointed). 

71. Labrador North — (Board to be appointed). 

Board of Examiners for giving Certificates of Qualifications 

to Teachers, 



Rev. L. Curtis, M.A., D.D., Su2}t. 
S. T. Harrington, M.A. 



C. MacPherson. 
Ezra Lodge, Secretary. 



PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE. 

Directors — Rev. A. Robertson, Hon. J. Baird, and Donald Morison, 
James Gordon, D. Monroe, Alex. Robinson, Esquires. 

Principal — John Gariock, M.A., and Miss Carmichael. 

Intermediate and Primary Department — Miss Dunbar, Miss Hughes. 

Harbor Grace Board — Rev. A. W. Lewis, Chairman ; J. Crowe, E. 
Parsons, D. Munn, R. M. Duflf, J. G. Munn, A. G. Munn. 

Congregational Boards of Education. 

St. John's— L. T. Chancey, Wm. J. Barnes, Wm. Martin, T. 'J. Duley. 

Twillingatc- S. Payne, jr.. Andrew Grey, John Hodder, W. Baird, jr., 
G. B. Nott. 

Inspector — Rev. J. Thackeray. 

Salvation Army Boards of Education. 

St. John's District — Lieut.-Colonel S. Rees, Chairman; J. Badcock, 
G. Best, T. W. Cousens, A. Cook, W. J. Cofield, A. Cummings. 

Carbonear District — Lieut.-Colonel S. Rees, Chairman; Adjutant 
Pitcher, Adjutant Hiscock, R. Pelly, S. Brown, P. G. Little, C. Janes. 

Twillingate District — Lieut.-Colonel S. Rees, Chairman; Ensign 
Edwin Brace, J. Phillips, J. J. Manuel. 

Sodthern District — Lieut.-Colonel S. Rees, Chairman; Adjutant 



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OFFICE OF THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE. 

Office : Departmental Building. Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Newfoundland — Hon. Jas. 
M. Kent, B.A^, K.C. 

Deprity Minister— 

Private Secretary and Accountant — W. Smith. 

Messenger — R. Andrews. 

Regis :ry of Deeds. 

Registrar — George J. Adams, J. P. 
Typeim-iter — Mrs. M. Corbett. 

SUPREME COURT. 

By Order LVI. of the Judicature Act, 1904, it is provided that there 
shall be three Sessions of the Supreme Court in St. John's, to be called 
respectively : 

The Winter Session, commencing at the beginning of the second 
week in January. 

The Spring Session, 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, and the business 
to be transacted therein for the year 1908, are as follows : 



Sittings in Banc. 



Sittings for Civil 
Causes. 



Sittings for Criminal 
Causes. 



January 8 to Jan. 14 
February 1 to Feb. 7 
March 2 to March 7 



April 1 to April 7 
May 1 to May 7 
June 1 to June 6 
June 22 to June 27 



October J to October 7 
November 2 to Nov. 7 



Winter Session. 

January 15 to 21 
February 8 to Feb. 14 
March 9 to March 14 

Spring Session. 

April 8 to April 14 
May 8 to May 14 
June 8 to June 13 



Fall Session. 

October 8 to Oct. 14 
Nov. 9 to Nov. 14 



February 15 to Feb. 21 



May 15 to May 21 



October 15 to Oct. 21 
Nov. 10 to Nov. 21 



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Supreme Court on Circuit. 

Terms are fixed each year by Proclamation of the Governor. The 
Southern Circuit usually sits from 15th August to 10th September; the 
Northern Circuit from ioth September^to .5th October ; and at Brigus, 
Harbor Grace and Caibonear, from Nov. 22nd to Nov. 29th. Tliere is 
also a Spring Sitting in Harbor Grace about the last week in April. 

Judges and Officers of the Supreme Court. 

Chief Justice — Hon. Sir William H. Horwood. 

Judges — Hon'les George H. Emerson and George M. Johnson. 

Registrar — D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Clerks— T>. F. Kent and S. Butler. 

Sheriff of Neivfoundland—Ja.ines Carter. 

Sub-Sheriff— William J. Carroll. 

Crier and Tij)staff — Robert Alsop. 

Stenographer — Cyril J. Fox. 

Masters, 

Right Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway, P.C, K.C, K.C.M.G.; Sir Jas. S. 
Winter, K.C, K.C.M.G.; Alex. J. W. McNeily, K.C; D. .Jos. Greene, 
K.C; D. Morison, K.C; Sir Edward P. Morris, Kt., K.C; D. M. Brown- 
ing, K.C 

Law Society. 

President and Treasurer — Right Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway, P.C, K.C, 
K.CM.G. 

Secretary — D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Librarian — D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Bdnchers (ex o§cio)— Wight Hon. Sir W. V. Whiteway, P.C, K.C, 
K.CM.G.; Sir J. S. Winter, K.C, K.CM.G.; Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, Kt., 
K.C; D. Morison, K.C; D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Elected— V). J. Greene, K.C; A. .T. W. McNeily, K.C; M. W. Fur- 
long, K.C. ; .J. Aug. Clift, K.C ; Frank J. Morris, K.C. ; James M. Kent, 
K.C. ; H. H. Carter, K.C. 

King-'s Counsel (by seniority). 

Rt. Hon. Sir W. A^ Whiteway ; A. 0. Hayward ; Sir J. S. Winter ; 
A. J. W. McNeily ; J. G. Conroy ; D. J. Greene ; D. Morison ; Sir E. P. 
Morris ; D. M. Browning ; Hon. J. A. Clift ; F. J. Morris ; H. PI. Carter ; 
M. W. Furlong ; Charles H. Emerson ; Charles H. Hutchings ; Hon. Jas. 
M. Kent. 

Practising Barristers and Solicitors (by seniority). 

Rt. Hon. Sir W. Y. Whiteway ; A. O. Hayward ; Sir J. S. Winter ; 
A. J. W. McNeily ; D. J. Greene ; H. H. Carter ; D. Morison ; Hon. J. A. 
Clift ; Sir Edward P. Morris ; H. E. Knight ; Thomas J. Murphy ; Frank 
J. Morris; Wm. M. C '' ^ ■"■^- "" '' "^ ; M W. 



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Furlung ; Charles H. G. Emerson ; W. E. Wood ; Chas. H. Hutchings ; 
W. O.D. Kelly ; J. M. Kent ; M. P. Gibbs ; Arthur W. Knight ; W. R. 
Howley ; S. J. Foote ; James J. MeGrath ; F. A. Mews ; Charles O'Neil 
Coiiroy ; James P. lilackvvood ; John J. McCarthy ; J. A. W. McNeily ; 
W. R/ Warren ; G. W. Avre ; J. J. Fenelon. 



Practising Solicitors (by seniority). 

Sidney Blandford ; M. A. Kearney ; George T. Carty 
R. A. Sqiures ; Cyril J. Cahill ; H. M. K. Whiteway. 



W. F. Lloyd ; 



Commissioners of Supreme Court—within Newfoundland. 

Commissioners are authorized to take affidavits in any cause j^ending 
in the Supreme Court, and to take affidavits and acknowledgments in 
proof of deeds. Commissioners whose names are italicized aie also empow- 
ered to issue Original or Mesne Process. 



Fatty Harbor — Henry Bishop. 
Bay Bulls— Jos. F. Williams. 
Ferryland — R. J. B'reehairn. 

" — Thomas G. Morry. 
Fermeuse — John Walsh. 
Reneivii — Gerald Jackmau. 
JVitless Bay — Patrick Smith. 
Trepassey — J. L. Murphy. 
St. iffoy.s— William Hoj^an. 
St. Bride's — John Thos. Youug. 
Salmonier — John J. Goff. 
Placenfia — William O'Reilly. 

" -Edward Sinnott. 
Argentia — Alphonsus Keats. 
Hur. /i«/e«— Chas. D. Chambers. 
Lde Valen — Wm. F. Lockyer. 
Bresque—T. P. Sullivan. 
Great Paradise — William Brown. 
//a?/stot7j— Tliomas Whately. 
Uderin—J. JV. McGidloch. 
Petit Forte — Patrick Cheeseman. 
B'lat Islands—James W. Bishop. 
Burin — Simeon Avery. 
St. Lawrence— Giio. Skiffington. 
iawii- Joseph Penning. 
Lamaline—(^. C. Pitman. 
Grand Bank— Geo. R. Forsey. 
" —Dr. McDonald. 

_Geo. Buffett. 
St. Jacques— H. R. Clinton. 
jBeaeora??^— Frederick Curnew. 
Pushthrough- John Camp. 
Harbor Briton— Philip Hubert. 



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Garnish — B. A. Brazil. 
Hermitage Bay — Mark Way. 
Ramea — George Penney. 
La Poile — Thomas Le Scelleur. 
Fetiles — Eldred Gosse. 
Burgeo — Joseph Small. 

" — John Cunningham. 
Rose Blanche — Richard Furneaux. 
Channel— Robert T. Squarey. 
Codroy — John Gillis. 
Little River — John T. Tompkins. 
Grand River — James Doyle. 
Robinson's Head — James E. Carter. 
St. George — Richard McDonnell. 

— D. J. Bethune. 
Port-au-Port — Martin Hynes. 
Wood's Island, Bay of Islands — 

Loughlin McLean. 
Bay of Islands — Levi March. 
Bonne Bay — Thos. C. Duder. 

—Oeorge W. Wilton. 
Flower's Cove — Stephen Pike. 
St. Anthony — Noah Simms. 
Conche — Edward L. GofF. 
La Scie — D. P. Duggan. 
Tilt Cove — William Cunningham. 
Nipper's Harbor — Benj. J. Bailey. 

" — Wm. Blackler. 

Little Bay— Thomas E. Wells. 

" ' —Patrick Burke. 
Little Bay Islands — Geo. Stewart. 
Pilley's Island — Wm. Garland. 
Leading Tickles — Wm. Lanning. 

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Fortune Harbor — James Bingham. 
Botivoodvillc — Harry Burt. 
Norris' Arm — Charles Pittman. 
Grand Falh—F.. B. Colbonrne. 
E.cploits — George Foote. 
Levjisporte — Alfred Young. 
Tioillingate — J. B. Blandford. 

" — Andrew Pearce. 

" — Thomas Peyton. 
Moreton's Harbor — J. Sol. Colbonrne 
Herring Neck — M. Simms. 
Fogo— Robert Scott. 

" — Aaron Stone. 
Barrkl Islcmds~T. M. Anthony. 
Tilton Harbor — P. J. Bryan. 
Seldom-Come-By — Philip Newell. 
Change Islands — Justinian Dowell. 
Musgra-ve Harbor — John B. Wheeler 
Pinchard's Island — Moses Davis. 
Wesleyville — Samuel Winsor. 
PooVs Island — Henry B. Chafe. 
Greenspond — Isaac J. Mifflen. 

—Fred. White. 
Glovertown — Victor Koach. 
Terra Nova — Horace M. Flerhert. 
Ga.onbo — John Murphy. 
Brooldvn — Thomas Howe. 
Salvage— W\\i\d.m Tulk. 
Port Blandford — Nathaniel Chafe. 
Alexander Bay — Ambrose Jeans. 
Keels — Edward Penney. 
King's Gove — C. G. Levisconte. 
Bonavista — John Roper. 
Gatalina — Frederick Somertoii. 
Salmon Gove — Oba 
Trinity — George li. Lilly. 
British Harbor — Heniy Gardner. 
Bonaventure — Hezekiah King. 
Gooseberry Gove — "William Balsom. 
Northern Bight — Edmund Benson. 

St. John's— 



liali Lang. 



Britannia C'ot;e— Moses Currie. 
Shoal Harbor~Ca.\eh Tuck. 
Clarenville — A. C. Pittmai;. 
Fosters Point — Jolni Leawouil. 
Bay Bull's Arm— Thos. P. French. 
Wiiithourne— Harold Leslie. 
Heart's Delight— 1^. G. Hodder. 
Heart's Gontent—C. Gaden Kendell. 
Neiv Perlican — Luke Pittman. 
Hant's Harbor— J. W. Janes. 
Old Perlican— George Tuff. 

" — Elias March. 

Bay-de-Verde — Michael O'Neill. 
Loiver Island Cove — George Cooper. 
Blackhead — John C. Moores. 
Western Bay — Tohn Lynch. 
Garbonear — A If red Penney. 

" — Joseph Mackey. 
Harbor Grace — A. H. Seymour. 
" — fF//i,. J. Lynch. 

■' — M. A. Kearney. 

—J. D. Munn. 
Spaniard's Bay — Jesse Gosse. 
Bay Roberts- -John Jardine. 

Wm. H. G. Bursell. 
Port-de-Grave — George Da we. 
Brigns — Jabez Thompson. 
" —Samuel E. Chafe. 
" —J. T. Hearn. 
Conception Harbor — Mich'l Hillyar( 
Harbor Main — Edicard Murray. 
Holyroocl — Richard Dwyer. 
Middle Bight~F. F. Furneaux. 
Bell Island— T. P. O'Donnell. 

— G. Foote. 
Portugal Gove — Henry Somerton. 
Pouch Cove — Albert Grouchey. 
j Torbuy — Matthew Power. 
St. John's— J). M. Bi'owning, K. C. 
I " — D. F. Kent. 
Simon Butler. 



Commissioners of Supreme Court, without Newfoundland. 

England — 

London — Adcock, Edwaid, Solicitor — 3, Circus Place, Finsbury, E C 
Browning, T. B., 18 Bury Street, W. C. 
Chaplin, 9 Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
Hayward, H. A., 10 Norfdk St., Strand. 

Heales, Alfred, Solicitor— 15 Knightrider St., Doctor's Conrnions. 
Harris, Wilmot M., Notary Public, 1" Gracechurch St. 



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McDiard, Jabez, 5 Newman Court, Cornhill, Lorulon, E. C. 

Parish, Fred., 23 St. Swithen's Lane. 

Pliilpott, Fred. F., Solicitor, 12 Bedford Row, W. C. 

Solonion, G. E., 5 Water Lane, Great Tower St. 

AVarren, Geo. F., Notary Public, 17 Gracechurch St. 

Woolnough, Walter W., 68a Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

Williams, Monier F. Monier, Great Tower St., E. C. 

Welsford, 11. M., 22 Aldernianbury. 

Worsfield, T. S., 9, Staples Inn, Solicitor. 
Norfolk — Foster, William Aylsliom, Solicitor. 

Liverpool — Vennington, Thos. R., Solicitor — Presidential Assurance Build- 
ing, 30 Dale Street. 
Plymouth — Matthews, Corydon, Solicitor — Frankfort Chambers. 
Torquay — Hooper, H., Dundee, Solicitor. 
Soiothampton — Linthorn, R. R., Solicitor, 4 Portland Place. 
Towcester, Northampton — Percival, Thomas L., Solicitor. 
Birminrjham — Pinaent, Hume C, 6 Bennett's Hill. 

Swiiison, Frederick, Solicitor, 8h Waterloo Street. 
Exeter~C\app, Cecil R. M. 
Manchester — Hilton, Wm. H., Solicitor, Dale Road, Sale, near Manchester. 

Hayne, A. H., Solicitor, 13 Spring Gardens. 
Bristol — Parr, Thomas, Solicitor. 
Teignmouth — Tozer, Edward John, Solicitor. 

Ireland — 

Waierford—Ktiwl, Patrick, Solicitor, No. 12, Tlie Mall. 

Dublin — Little, Francis J., Solicitor, 3 Bushey Park Rd., Rathgate, Dublin. 

Scotland — 

Edinburgh — McLaren, William A., Solicitor. 

Leahy, Arthur, Solicitor, Chamber's, 29 Queen Street. 
Hamilton, Maxwell W. S. 
Glasgow — Paterson, J., Writer. 

McKinley, Wm., 67 W. Regent Sti^eet. 
Turnbuli, John, 133 St. Vincent Street, W. S. 

Dominion of Canada — 
Charlottetouii, P. E. I. — Haszard, Francis L., Barrister. 
Frederictoii , Neio Brunswick — Winslow, Edward B., Barrister. 
St. John, N. £.— Macrae, A. W., Barrister, 77 Prince William Street. 

Pickett, Henry H. 
Sydney, Cape Breton — -McEachren, A. J. G., Solicitor. 
North Sydney—ThoTAu, M. J. 

Moseley, H. C, Barrister. 
Halifax, N. jS'.— Parsons, Jonathan, Barrister. 

Chisholm, J. M. 
Parsboro — Mackenna, II. W., Solicitor. 
Montreal, P. Q.— Morris, William, Advocate. 

McDougall, Duncan, LI, 245 Sacrament Street, Advocate. 

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White, John, Advocate. 
Davidson, Peers, Advocate. 
Curran, Francis, 180 St. James Street. 
Quebec — Dunbar, James, Barrister. 

Gibsone, Wm. C., Advocate. 
Toronto, 0»e.— Hoyles, N. W. 
JVIotfatt, F. C. 
Ogden, Albert. 
Smeeton, A. E. 
Macdonnell, A. Maclean. 
Kingston, Ont. — Whiting, John L., Barrister. 
New Westminster, British Columbia—Rart, Fred., Commission Merchant. 

United States of America - 

Boston, Massachusetts— Aiiams, Charles H., 43 Tremont Street. 

Foster, A. D., New England Miitual Life Insurance 

Co. Building, Post Office Square. 
Shaw, Charles A., 11 Court Street. 
Torey, Arthur E., 23 Court Street. 
Nevj York City — Braman, Joseph B., Gounsellor-at-Laiv, Boom 17, Boreel 
Buildings, 115 Broadway. 
Wood.s, Edwin B., 220 Broadway. 
Richards, William E., 203 Broadway. 
Carter, Leslie T., 96 Broadway, Counsellor-at-Law. 
White, Wallace, 305 Broadway. 
Brooklyn — Woods, Edwin B. 

Fhiladelphia—Uimt, Thomas J., Counsellor-at-Law, 623 Walnut Street. 
r.7aca(/o— Bradley, Ralph, 627 The Rookery. 
Springfield, III. —George A. Sanders. 
Rockland, Maine — MacAllister, — , Counsellor-at-Law. 
Westerly, R. I. — Kingsley, Everett A., Attorney -at- Laiv. 

Commissioners of Affidavits in the Island of Newfoundland 
for British Colonies. 

A. O. Hayward, Esq., K. C. — Victoria (Australia), Nova Scotia, New 
Brunswick. 

C. O'N. Conroy — New Brunswick. S. J. Foote — Nova Scotia. 

Deputy Sheriffs in Southern Districts. 



Residbxce. 


District. 


Name. 


Mobile 

Ferry land 

Fermeuse 

St. Mary's 


Ferryland 

Placeutia and St. Mary's ... 

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John T. Fitzgerald. 
George Geary. 
William Traiuor. 
James J. Bishop. 


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Kesidence. 


District. 


Name. 


Placentia 


Placentia and St. Mary's ... 


Jos. Collins. 


Oderin 


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Peter Manning. 


Flat Island 


Burin 


Howard Parsons. 


Burin 


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Stephen White. 


St. Lawrence ... 
Lamaline 


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William G. Pittman. 


Grand Bank 


(1 


Eli Harris. 


Belleoram 


Fortune Bay 


J. Pearce. 


Pushthrough 


(( 


Joseph Camp. 


Harbor Briton 


(( 


Benjamin Chapman. 


Raniea 


Burgeo and LaPoile 


Matthew Nash. 


Burgeo 


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Albert Kelland. 


Rose Blanche 


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Prosper A Garden. 


Channel 


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James H. Wilcox, 


Codroy 


St. George 


Henry Gallop. 


Grand River 


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Thomas B. Doyle. 


Robinson's Head 


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Abram Tilley. 


Sandy Point 


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M. E. Messervey. 


Wood's Island 


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Simeon Jennex. 


Bay of Islands 


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Daniel J. Gilkcr. 


Bonne Bay 


St. Barbe 

Northern Districts. 


Jno. Tapper. 


St. Anthony 


St. Barbe 


James Johnson. 


La Scie 


11 


William A. Toms. 


Tilt Cove 


Twillingate 






Little Bay 


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Patrick J. Lcary. 


Little Bay Islands ... 


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Peter Can\pbell. 


Springdale 


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Jonathan Ansiey. 


Pilley's Island 


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William Lanning. 


New Bay 


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Peter Mf)ores. 


Botwoodville 


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J. T. Bendle. 


Exploits 


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George S. Lilly. 


Lewisporte 


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Alfred G. Young, 


Grand Falls 


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Wm. H. Ash. 


Twillingate 


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William Baird. 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Ambrose Fitzgerald. 


Barrd Islands 


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George Foster. 


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Philip Perry. 


Gander Bay 


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Robert Pike. 


Musgrave Harbor ... 


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Adam Bradley. 
Newman Gillingham. 
Jacob Hefferton. 



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Deputy Sheriffs in Northern Districts.— (Continued). 



Residence. 



District. 



Name. 



Wesleyville 
Greenspond 
Glovertown 
Ganibo 
Salvage 
Bonavista 
Catalina 
Trinity 
Bouaventure 
Northern Bight 
Britannia Cove 
Shoal Harbor... 
Clarenville 
Foster's Point... 
Heart's Content 
Hant's Harbor 
Old Perl i can 
Bay de Verde 
Lower Island Cove 
Western Bay 
Carbonear 

Harbor Grace 

Bay Roberts 
Brigus 

Harbor Main 
Holyrood 
Kelligrews 

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Portugal Cove 



Bonavista 



Trinity 



Bay-de-Verde 

Carbonear 
Harbor Grace 



Port-de-Grave 

Harbor Main 

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St. John's East 



Peter Roberts. 
Thomas Wornell. 
Charles Kean. 



E. Old ford. 
Noah Bulge. 
Isaac Manuel. 
John W. James. 
Noah Miller. 
Edmund Ben.^on, 



Caleb Tuck. 
George Janes. 
George Lea wood. 
Charle.-* G. Reii.lel 



.Mosps Bursey. 
Reuben Curtis. 
Eli Garland. 
Ewen Kennedy. 
Ernest Foiwaid. 
John Trapnell. 
Eli Verge. 
A. Hierlihy. 
Jno. Leamon. 
James Murphy. 
William Maher. 
Isaac LeDrew. 
A. E. Rees. 



Edward Harding. 



Bailiffs in St. John's. 
James Roil, James Kelly Burke, R. Cross. 



DISTRICT COURTS. 

Central District Court, Judge— Jsunes G. Conroy, K.C. 

" " Clerk— S. J. Flannery, Barrister, J. P. 

Harbor Grace District Court, Judge — Alfred H. Seymour. 

*' '•' Clerk— W. J. Lynch, 



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STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES. 



Western Cove—G. H. Pearce. 

La Scie — D. P. Duggaii. 

Little Bay and Pilley's Island — 

T. E. Wells. 
Botiuoodville — Henry Burt. 
Twillingate — .J. B. Bland lord. 

Fogo— ' 

Greenspond — I. J. Mifflin. 
Bonavista — J. J. Eoper. 
Tnnity—0. R. Lilly. 
Old Perlican — George TnfT. 
Carbonear — Alfred Penney. 
Harbor Grace — A. H. Seymour. 
Brigus—J. P. Thompson. 
Harbor Main — E. Murray. 
Bell hland—T. P. O'Donnell. 



St. John's— J. G. Conroy, K.C. 
Ferryland — Dr. R. J. Freebairn. 
Trepassey — Dr. L. J. Giovaunetti. 
St. Mary's — Dr. Wm. Hogan. 
Flacentia—W. F. O'Reilly. 
Presque — T. P. Sullivan. 
Oderin—Dv. J. W, McCuUoch. 
Burin — S. Avery. 
Lawn — J. Penning. 
Grand Bank — G. R. Forsey. 
Harbor Briton — C. Way. 
Burgee — J. P. Small. 
Channel — R. T. Squarey. 
St. George — R. MacDonnell. 
Bay of Islands — L. March. 
Bonne Bay—T. C. Duder. 



Clerks of the Peace. 

Central District, St. John's — John J. Flannery, J. P. 
Harbor Grace — W. J. 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 the fisheries. 



Name. 



Residence. 



The Judges of the Supreme Court, 




and all Stipendiary Magi 


strates. 




Ashbourne, John W. 




Twillingate. 


Bagg, John C. 






Bav of Islands. 


Bartlett, John 






Quebec, Canada. 


Berteau, F. 




• • 


Twillinerate. 


Berteau, F. C. 






St. John's. 


Blandford, Hon. S. 






(( 


Bonia, Thomas 






Placentia. 


Burgess, J. R. 




.. 


Burin. 


Bradley, W. W. 






Lewisporte. 


Bursell, George H. 






St. John s. 


Buffett, G. A. 






Grand Bank. 


Button, Elias 




•• 


New IMelbourne, 



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Justices of the Peace. — (Continued). 



Name. 



Residence. 



Cater, J. E. 
Chafe, C. 
Chisholm, D. F. 
Clement, Henry 
Clement, Philip T. 
Colbourne, E. B. 
Collins, William 
Cunningham, J. 
Curnew, Frederick 
Currie, J. T. 
Dawe, Henry 
Dawe, Charles 

Dawson, 

Devereux, E. 
Devine, Thomas 
Dodd, Charles 
Donnelly, W. J. S. 
Doyle, E. 
DuBordieu, A. S. 
Dvvj'er, Eichard 
Edgar, E. 
Elliott, Henry 
Flannery, J. J. 
Fisher, C. 
Fortescue, M. 
Frost, N. 

Furneaux, Francis 
Giovannetti, H. A. 
Golf, Edward L. 
Grenfell, Wilfred T., M.D 
Gushue, G. W. 
Haliburton, H. H. 
Halibnrton, J. P. 
Hearn, J. P. 
Hogan, Francis 
Hunt, G. A. 
Jackraan, J. M. 
Janes, J. W. 
Jardine, John 
Jones, W. E. (M.D.) 
Keats, Alphonsns 
Kennedy, E. B. 
Law ton, J. T. 
li? Visconte, C. (M.D.). 



Horwood, N. D. Bay. 

Codroy. 

Manuels, 

Burgeo. 

Channel. 

Grand Falls. 

Burin. 

Burgeo. 

Belleoram. 

Britannia Cove. 

Bay Roberts. 



St. John's. 

King's Cove. 

Log Cabin, Spruce Brook. 

St. John's. 

Port au Port. 

Holy rood. 

Greenspond. 

Harbor Briton. 

St. John's. 

Corner Brook, Bay of Islands. 

Ipplepen, Devon, England. 

Northern Bight. 

Kelligrews. 

Bay Bulls. 

Port Saunders. 

St. Anthony. 

St. John's. 

Gravels, Port au Port. 

Bonne Bay. 

Brigus. 

St. Brendan's. 

Burgeo. 

Tilt Cove. 

Hant's Harbor. 

Bay Roberts. 

Avondale. 

Presque. 

Conception Harbor. 

St. John's. 

Kincr'g Pnvp 



Justices of the Peace. 



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Peace.- 


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Name. 






Residence. 



Lonj;, J. E- 

MacDoualJ, A. (M.D.) 
Marshal], John 
Mitchell, William 
Moore, James H. 
McCoweri, J. R. (I.S.O.) 
McRae, Roderick 
Murphy, Johu 
Nurris, James 
Oke, W. A. 
O'Neil, M. J. 
O'Reilly, J. J. 
O'Reilly, John 
Parsons, A. A. 
Parsons, B. 
Parsons, Moses 
Paul, William 
Payn, W. B. 
Pike, Stephen B. 
Pike, Mark 
Rabbitts, Johu 
Rive, Walter 
Roberts, S. 
Robinson, J. A. 
Ryiier, Kenneth 
Scott, W. J. 
Sliea, Hon. Sir E. D. 
Shea, Hon. G. 
Simpson, R. 
Skeftington, G. 
Smith, G. 
Smith, Dr. H. 
Smith, Dr. H. K. 
Sullivan, .J. 
Tuck, Caleb 
Vavaseur, Michael 
Vallance, F. J. 
Walsh, I'Vancis J. 
Waterman, J. C. 
Watson, J. H. 
Whire, John 
White, G. Keppel 
Whiteway, R. H. 

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Mortier Bay. 
Grand Bank. 
Burin. 

Sound Island. 

Heart's Content. 

St. John's. 

Harbor Grace. 

Keels. 

Notre Dame Bay. 

Harbor Grace. 

Bav de Verde. 

St." John's. 

Placentia. 

St. John's. 

Harbor Grace. 

New Harbor. 

Burin. 

St. John's. 

Flower's Cove. 

Port aux Basques. 

Brigus. 

Jersey, Channel Islands. 

Change Islands. 

St. John's. 

B'iower's Cove. 

Twillingate. 

St. John's. 

Carbonear. 

St. John's. 

Brigus. 

Burin. 

Bay Bulls. 

St. John's. 

Shoal Harbor. 

St. Lawrence. 

St. John's. 

Catalina. 

Fogo. 

Torquay, ?h)gland, 

Catalina. 

Burgeo. 

St. John's. 



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The Great Mail Order House.— 



Justices of the Peace. — (Continued] 



Name. 



Residence. 



For the Northern and Southern Districts. 
Adams, G. J. ... ... | St. John's. 



For the Northern District. 



Eemister, Reuben 
Brown, James 
Burke, Patrick 
Burden, James 
Cameron, Hugh 
Oroucher, John T. 
Cunningham, William 
Cook, John 
Davis, M. 
Dowell, Justinian 
Earle, Henry J. 
Garland, William 
Greene, Daniel J. 
Haines, George 
Hodge, Richard D. 
Hodge, John W. 
Hudson, A. G. 
Janes, A. 
Kean, Abram 
Lockyer, James 
Lynch, Wm. J. 
Moores, George E. 
Mackey, Lawience 
Mackey, Joseph 
Moulton, G. A. 
Murphy. John J. 
Mayne," C. D. 
Penney, Edwaru 
Ryan, Edmund J. 
Ryan, D. A. 
Ryan, James 
Ryan, N. B. 
Scott, Robert 
Shears, F. H. 
Skelton, Hon. Dr. G. 
Smith, John 
Snelgrove, Norman W. 
Somerton, Fredeiick 
Templeraao, Philip 



j New Perlican. 
j Bonavista. 

Little Bay. 

Salvage. 

Carbonear. 

St. John's. 

Tilt Cove. 

Heart's Content. 

Pinchard's Island. 

Change Island. 

Fogo. 

Port Saunders. 

Boston, Mass. 

James Cove, Bonavista Bay. 

T\vi]]ing;ite. 

Fogo. 

Lower Lsland Cove. 

(ilovertown. 

Norton's Cove and St. John's. 

Herring Neck. 

Harbor Grace. 

St. John's. 

Carbonear. 



' St. John's. 
Twillingate. 



Keel's. 
King's Cove. 

Bonavista, 

i Fogo. 
i Open Hall, 
j St. John's. 
' Brigus. 
Catalina. 

Bonavista. 



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Justices of 


the Peace. — (Continued). 


Name. 


Residence. 


Northern 


District.— (Continued). 


Thompson, Win. H. 






Harbor Grace. 


Tulk, William 


• • • 


• . ■ 


Burgoyne's Cove, Smith's Sound. 


Wheeler, J. B. 


< • ■ 


■ ■ ■ 


Musgrave Harbor. 


White, FreJerick 


• • • 


« . . 


Greenspond. 


White, Dr. Robert 


■ • 


■ ■ • 


Trinity. 


Winsor, Thomas 




. .. 


Exploits. 


Winsor, William 


... 


... 


Wesleyville. 




For the 


Southern District. 


Angwin, W. K. 






Bay of Islands. 


Bishop, James H. 


• • • 


■ . . 


Flat Islands, Placentia Bay. 


Brads law, John P. 




... 


Placentia. 


Brinston, Emanuel 


> • • 




Sound Island, Placentia Bay. 


Burke, Denis 


« •• 


. . . 


St. Jacques. 


Cotter, George J. 




.. • 


Channel. 


Doyle, James 


... 


• . . 


Codroy. 


Furneaux, Richard 


.. 


* .* 


Rose Blanche. 


Haddon, Henry J. 


... 


... 


[ Fortune. 


Hiist, Edward 


... 


. . . 


Bay St. George. 


Hutching-, James 




... 


Cajpe Breton, N. S. 


lukpm, James, jr. 


, , 


# ■ ■ 


Burin. 


LeSle-isurier, Henry 


W. 


> . . 


St. John's. 


Murpliy, James L. 


. • * 




Tiepassey. 


Murphy, Patrick 


. ■■ 


, , . 


Little Placentia. 


Parsons, Richard H. 


... 


• « ■ 


Burin. 


Piltman, Cyrus C. 


. ■ < 


> . ■ 


Lamaline. 


I'liimey, George 


. • ■ 


. . . 


Ramea. 


RoaclC J. F. 


■ » ■ 


* • • 


Branch. 


Siunott, Ell ward 


... 


... 


I Placentia. 


Winsor, John 


... 


« . • 


Ferry land. 


Wilton, G. W. 


... 


... 


1 Bonne Bay. 






Labrador. 


Fraser, James 


... 


... 


! Eigolet. 



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Notaries. 



We make a speciality of Camping 


NOTARIES. 


Name. 


Jurisdiction. 


Place 
or Kesidence. 



Aug. K.C. 



Asliboiirue, William 

Avery, Simeon, J. P. 

Ayre, G. W. B., LL.B. 

Barron, Laurence 

Bertean, Francis, J. P. 

Bremner, E. S. 

Brown, R. 

Burt, Henry 

Carter, James 

Clift, Hon. J. 

Clift, T. B. 

Coady, J. B. 

Dickinson, Gustavus H. 

Doyle, Edward 

Emerson, Charles H., K.C. 

Forsey, G. R., J.P. 

Gibbs, M. P. 

Greene, Hon. J. D., K.C 

Hart, John 

Hayward, A. 0., K.C. 

Hirst, Edward 

Hunt, George Q. 

Hutchings, C. H., K.C. 

Jardine, John 

Kearney, M. 0. 

Keating, J. W. 

Keats, Alphonsus 

Knight, H. E. 

Kelly, W.O'D. 

Lilly, George R. 

Lockyer, J. D. 

Mackey, J. 

March, Levi, J.P. 

Mews, F. A. 

McCoubrev, Henry T. 

McGrath, J. J. 

Mifflen, I. J. 

McNeily, A. J. W., K.C. 

O'Driscoll, P. C. 

Oke, W. A. 

Percy, John K. 

Peyton, Thomas 

Prowse, Kenneth R. 

Rendell, A.S. 



Island 



Southern District 
Island 



Northern Distiict 
Island 



Northern District 

Island 

Northern District 

Island 



Northern District 

Island 

Southern District 

Island 

if. 

Northern District 

Island 

Southern District 

Island 



Northern District 
Island 



T Willi ngate. 

Burin. 

St. John's. 

Carbonear. 

Twillingate. 

St. John's. 

Bonavista. 

Botwoodville. 

St. John's. 



Little Bay. 
St. John's. 



Grand Bank. 
St. John's. 

u 

King's Cove. 
iSt. John's. 
St. George. 
[Burgeo. 
[St. John's. 
Bay Roberts. 
Harbor Grace, 
j Channel. 
jPlacentia. 
St. John's. 

Trinity. 
Herring Neck. 
Carbonear. 
Bay of Islands. 
St. John's. 



Greenspond. 
St. John's. 

Harbor Grace. 
St. John's. 
Twillingate. 
St. John's. 



Notaries. — Constahu lary . 



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Notaries.— (Continued). 


Name. 


Jurisdiction. 


Place of 
Residence. 



Renonf, C. H 

Robinson, J. A. 

Scott, William J 

Sqiiarey, Robert, J. P. 
Squires, R. A., LL.B. 
Swyers, H. J. 
Thompson, J. P. J. p. 
Weeks, Hamilton 
Whitevvay, Right Hon. Sir \ 
W. V.,'K.C. J 

White, Charles 

Wilton, a. W 

Winter, Sir J. S., K.C. 



Island 

Northern District 
Island 



Southern District 

Island 

Northern District 
Southern Di-strict 
Island 



St. John's. 

u 

Twillingate. 
Channel. 
St. John's. 
Bonavista. 
Brigus. 
Bay Bulls. 

St. John's. 

Twillingate. 
Bonne Bay. 
St. John's". 



CONSTABULARY. 

OFFICE : FORT TOWNSEND, ST. JOHN'S. 

Ins]}ector-General—io\\XY R. McCovven, J. P., A.D.C., I.S.O. 
SujJerintendent — John Sullivan, J. P. 
Secretary and Accountant — George Coughlan. 

Allocation of Districts and how manned. 
Central Station, No. 1. 



Inspector-General 
Superintendent 
District Inspector 



Constables 



1 I Head Constables 
1 li Sergeants 
1 \ Detectives 
16 



Eastern Station, No. 2. 



Sergeants 
Constables 



Total Force 



Harbor Grace Force. 

District Inspector 

Head Constable 

Constables 



Western Station, No. 3. 



2 Sergeants 
11 Constables 



44 men. 



Carbonear Force. 



1 : Sergeant 
1 Constables 

41 



Total 



1 
3 



172 



Constabulary, 



Carpets made and Said, Linoleum cut 



Recapitulation. 



Inspector-General 
Superintendent 
District Inspectors 
Head Constables 



Sergeants 

Clerk 

Constables 



Total Force 



11 

1 

82 

100 



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. m., first relief. 

" —From 2 p. m. to 6 p. m., second relief. 

" — From 7 p. m. to 11 p. m., all available. 
Night Duty — From 11 p. m. to 6 a. m. 

Off Ddty. 

Early Duty — From 11 a. ra. to 2 p. m. 

Day Duty — From 10 a. m. to 2 p. m., secoml relief. 

" — From 2 p. ni. to 6 p. m., first relief. 
Early Duty — From 2 p. ra. till following morning to 10 a. m. 
Night Duty — From 2 p. m. till following morning to 10 a. m. 

" — From 6 a. m. to 11 p. m. 
N. B. — The above rules also apply to Haibor Grace. 

Outport Stations. 



Tilt Cove. 



Police Force. 



Local Constables. 



Tilt Cove 
Little Bay 
Pilley's Island 
Twillingate 
Fogo 

Greenspond 
Gambo 
Salvage 
Tickle Cove 
King's Cove 
Bonavista 
Catalina 
Trinity 

Heart's Content 
Britannia Cove 
Old Perlican 
Blackhead 
Bay Bulls 



Constable Thomas Walsh. 



Constable Wm. O'Farrell. 
Head Constable N. Petten. 
Constable Wm. Shave. 
Constable Arch. Gardner. 
Constable Thomas Forsey. 



Constable Thos. Murphy. 



Constable Jas 



Fitzgerald. 



Constable .John Ryan. 
Constable Thomas Wells. 
Constable Benjamin Day. 
Constable Alex. Dwyer. 



Constable A. Fabpv 



William Foran. 



Andrew Oldford. 
Adam C. Skeffington. 



R. Curtis, 



( 


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Outport Stations.— (Continued). 


Locality. 


Police Force. 


Local Constables. 



Bay-de- Verde 
Lower Island Cove , 

Carbonear ^ 



Harbor Grace 



Spaniard's Bay 

Bay Eoberts 

Brigus 

Conception Harbor. 

Harbor Main 

Holyrood 

Portugal Cove 

Bell Isle 

Cape Broyle 

Ferryland 

Renews 

Fermeuse 

Trepassey 

St. Mary's 

Great Placentia 

Eed Island 

Lawn 

Burin 

St. Lawrence 

Lamaline 

Fortune 

Grand Bank 

Harbor Briton 

Rose Blanche 

Channel 

Port-aux-Baques .. 

Bay St. George 

Curling 

Birchy Cove 

Bonne P>ay 

Lewisporte 

Grand Falls 



Constable A. Green. 



Sergeant A. Newhook, and 
three Constables, 

District Inspector Bailey, 
Head l/onstable Freeman 
and four Constables. 



Constable Levi Sheppard. 
Constable B. Bishop. 
Constable John Ryan. 



Sergeant Loughlin. 



Constable Thomas Greene.. 
Constable Patr'k Hanrahan 
Sergeant R. Cleary 



H. Garland. 



Constable James Brennan. 
Constable William Chafe. 
Sergeant James Kent. 



Constable D. Flynn. 
Constable George Bartlett. 



Constable A. March. 
Constable George Bennett. 
Constable Wm. Raviuoml. 



S. Gosse. 

James Murphy. 
William Hibbs. 



J. Sullivan, sr. 
Edward Johnson. 
D. Trainor. 
George Sutton. 



D. McCarthy. 



E. Pike. 

Wm. G. Pittman. 



James LeMoine. 



Constable John Crane. 
Constable Jacob Cram. 
Constable Gen. Goodland. 
District Inspector Bartlett. 
Constable Rodger Quinlan. 
Constable A Anthonv. 
Constable F. Ciiurch'ill. 
Constable W. Martin. 



CONSTABULARY FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent — Michael Dunn. 

District Chiefs — Ford Winsor ; James Treble ; Patrick Kane, 



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Dressmaking in all its branches. Send for 



Central Station, No. 1. 

1 Superintendent. 
1 District Chief. 
1 Engineer. 
9 Constables. 
43 " Reserve " men. 
7 t[orses and equipments. 
1 Steam Fire Engine. 
1 Chemical Engine. 

1 Set of Extension Ladders. 

2 Hose Reels. 

1 Express Waggon. 
1 Hose Waggon. 

1 Salvage and Ambvlance Waggon. 
20 " Gamewell " Fire Alarm Boxes. 



Eastern Station, No. 2. 



1 District Chief. 


Recapitulation. 


1 Sergeant. 


1 Chief Officer. 


4 men. 


1 Superintendent. 


22 " Reserve " men. 


3 District Chiefs. 


4 Horses and equipments. 


23 Men. 


1 Steam Fire Engine. 


130 "Reserve" men. 


2 Hose Reels. 





1 Waggon. 


Total Force 157—15 Horses am 


1 Set of Extension Ladders. 


56 " Gamewell " Fire Alarn 


14 " Gamewell " Fire Alarm Boxee. 


Boxes. 



Western Station, No. 3. 

1 District Chief. 
1 Sergeant. 
1 Engineer. 
6 men. 
30 " Reserve " men. 
4 Horses and equipments. 

1 Steam Fire Engine. 

2 Hose Reels. 

1 Hose Waggon. 
1 Set Extension Ladders. 
22 " Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxes. 

South Side. 

1 Hand Fire Engine. 

2 Hose Reels. 

35 "Reserve "men. 



Colonial Penitentiary, St. John's, 



Siiperintendent— k. A. Parsons, ,J.P. 
Deputy Siipt. — Theo. F. Thompson. 
Surgeon — Dr. Henrj' Shea. 
First Warden — Michael Manning. 
Second Warden — Geo. Hudson. 



Tradeswarden — Leonard Rose. 
Turnkeys— D. Crotty, Jas. Oaliley. 
Third Turnkey and Orderly — 

R. Hammond. 
Alatron— Mrs. Annie M. J. Walsli. 



Watchman — J. Duggan. 



Outport Gaolers. 



Little Bay — William Forau. 
Twillingate — Head Con. N. Petten. 
Greens-pond — K. Carter. 
Bonavista — Cons. James Fitzgerald. 
Trinity — Constable J. Ryan. 
Harbor Grace- J. Trapnell. 
Harbor Grace— Turnkey — 
L. Parsoqs, 



Brigus—ConsiaUe B. Bishop. 

Femjland — G. Geary. 

Placentia — A. Collins. 

Burin — Cons. George Bartlett. 

Har. Briton — Cons. Wm. Raymond 

Channel — Cons. John Crane. " 

Gaol Surgeon. Harbor Grace — 

Dr W A AIIq,^ 



Finance and Customs. 17b 

S©If-nieasuring Cards.— AYRE &. SOS^S, Ltd. 

^Departments of finance anti OTuStomS* 

Minister of Finance and Customs — Hon. E. M. Jacktnan. 
FINANCE DEPARTMENT. 
General Office : Customs' Building. 
Office Hours ; 10 a. m. to 3 p. ni. 

Deputy Minister of Finance — J. S. Keating. 

Accoimtant nf Gontimjencies and Inland Revenue Clerk — Geo. Bursell. 

Clerk— C. H. Eenouf. 

Typewriter — May Cooke. 

Public Debt Office, Finance Department. 

Interest on Debentures paid on 2ncl da}^ of January and 1st day of 
July in each year, those days not being Sundays. 

Treasury Board. 

Cliairman — Hon. E. M. Jacknian, Minister of Finance and Customs, 
(fx officio ) 

Kight Hon. Sir Robert Bond, Premier and Colonial Secretary. 
Hon. G. Iviinwliijg. 

Customs' Department. 

Office : Custom House, Water Street. 

Office Hours : St. John's 9.30 a.m to 4 p.m. 

Assist. Collector and Dep. Minister of Customs — H. W. LeMessurier, j.p. 

First Clerk and Warehouse Keeper — James Cormack. 

Second Clerk and Cashier — J. Noouan. 

Third Clerk— E. Taylor. 

Fourth Clerk — A. E Snelgrove. 

, Fifth Clerk— W. G. Dryer. 

Sixth Clerk— Y. F. Berteau. 

First Statistical Clerk — A. B. LeMessurier. 

Second Statistical Clerk — George E. Moores. 

Assistant Statistical Clerk — T. P. Jacknian. 

Inspector of Customs — Hon. W. J. S. Donnelly. 

Inspector of Eevenice Protection Service — J. O'Reilly, J.P. 

Landing Surveyor — W. R. Stirling. 

Tide Surveyor— B.. J. Watts. 

First Landing Waiter — A. Vincent. 

Second Landing Waiter— i. J. Fox. 

Railicay Manifest Clerk- P. J. O'Neil. 

Clerk in Landing Surveyor s Office — "W. R. Firlh, jr. 

Examining Officer^i a-nwrn Jardiue. 
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Special attention given to Orders for 



Assistant JExaminer—J . Bancroft. 
Storekeeper — T. Broderick. 
Locker— T. Coffin. 

First Assistant Locker — P. McGratli. 
Second Assistant Locker — M. Kelly. 
Third Assistant Locker — P. Eeardon. 
Housekeeper — Mrs. McDonald . 
Authorised Broker — Eobert Power. 



Sub-Collectors. 



Bay of Islands — A. McEachren. 

Bay Roherts— W. Parsons. 

Bell Island — G. Foote. 

Belleoram — J. Curnew. 

Blanc Sahlon — B. Parsons. 

Bonavista — R. Bro\\'n. 

Bonne Bay — W. White. 

Brigus—S. E. Chafe. 

Britannia Cove — J. Leawood. 

Burgeo — J. C. Cunningham. 

Burin — W. Paul. 

Gape Broyle — J. T. Carew. 

Garbonear — L. Barron. 

Channel— C T. James. 

Conception Harbor- —V. Kennedy. 

Codroy—'E.. J. Gillis. 

Exploits, Bip-nt Island — A. Freeman, 

Ferryland — J. A. Caiter. 

Floiver's Cove—S. B. Pike. 

Fogo—A. Stone. 

Gambo — M. J. Nugent. 

Gaultois — W. R. Andrews. 

Glenwood — W. B. Temple. 

Grand Bank — G. P. Forsey. 

Greenspond — A. W. Eaile. 

Hani's Harbor — James Tuck. 

Harbor Breton — C. Way. 

Harbor Buffett^W. McK. Chambers. 

Harbor Grace — W. Ward. 

Herring Neck — M. Simms. 

Holyrood — W. Joy. 

Humbermouth — W. C. Gear. 

Wood's Island- 



\ Kuig's Point — H. F. Colbourne. 
I Labrador — W. Green. 
I Lamaline — C. C. Pitman. 

Lawn — J. Benning. 

La Poile—G. F. Read. 

La Scie — D. P. Diiggan. 

Lewisporte — W. W. Bradley. 

Little Ba7j—\V. G. Duder. ' 

Marystown — J. E. Long. 

Grand Falls— K B. Colboui'ne. 

Nipper's Harbor — B. C. Bayly. 

Norris' Arm — Charles Pittman. 

Oderin — F. W. Power. 

Pilley's Island— W. G. Duder. 

Placentia — E. Sinnott. 

Port ail Port — A. S. DuBourdieu. 

Port aux Basques — M. Pike. 

Port Blandford—C. W. Tilley. 

Port Saunders— W. J. Garland. 

Presque—T. Sullivan. 

Pushthrough — J. Camp. 

Ramea — A. H. Ingrahani. 

Rigoulette — S. Bradbury. 

Robinson's Head— A. Tilley. 

Sandy Foint—C. Renouf. 

St. Anthony — N. Simms. 

St. George's~A. O'Reilly. 

St. Jacques— B.. R. Clinton. 

Sound Island— R. T. Butt. 

Tilt Cove — W. Cunningham. 

Trinity— George Christian. 

Twillingate—A. J. Pearce. 

T. M. Costello. 



Preventive Officers. 



Bay Bulls- S. F. Williams. 
Botwoodvillc— J . T. Bendle. 
Gatalina — A. J. Crocker. 
Clarenvilk^A. C. Pittman. 



I Fortune— G^:yvge Vey. 

\ Garnish— B. A. Brazil. 

i Harbor Main— J. Kennedy. 

' Beart's Content— C. G. Rendell. 



Finance and Gudoms. — Ayrwultarc and iMincs. 17/ 

Wedding Outfits.-AYRE & SONS, Ltd, 

King's Cove — R. Lawton. Salmonier — James White. 

Lark Harbor — W. A. Gabriel. Salvage — J. Burden. 

Little Placentia — P. Murpliy. ij St. Laicrence — M. Vavasour. 

Little River— J. J. Doyle. \ St. Manfs—\\\ Hogan 

Eeneivs — E. O'Leary. Trepassey — J. L. Murpliy. 

Roue Blanche — R. Furiieaux. I Western Bay — L. G. T. Cruunuej'. 

JVhitboiirne — H. L. Leslie. 

Registrar of Shipping, Newfoundland. 
IIou. E. M. Jackinan, Registrar ; Clement Alcoek, Clerk. 

Registrar Royal Naval Reserve. 

W. B. Pay", J- P. 

Surveyors of Shipping. 

St. John's — C. Alcock. i Harbor Grace — W. Ward, 

Little Ban—W. G. iJuder. 1 Burin— W. Paul. 

TiriUimjate to Change Lslands Fortune — H. .1. Haddon. 

A. J. Pearce. Grand Bank — G. R. Forsey. 

Fogo — A. Stone. Belleoram — A. G. Cunningham. 

Salvage to Cape Freels— A. W. Earle. Harbor Breton. — C. Way. 
King's Cove — R. Lawton. Rose Z?Za?u7ic— Richard Furneaux. 

Catalina — A. J. Crocker. i; Burgeo — J. C. Cunningham. 

Britannia Cove — J. Leawood. \ Channel — C. T. James. 

Trinity — G. Christian. I Bay of Islands — A. McEachren. 

Garbonear — L. Bairon. I Bonne Bay — W. White. 

Surveyors of Passenger Accommodation. 

E. English, C. Alcock. 



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^Department of ^Igncuiture anU a^ine^. 

Office : Cdstoji«' Builuixg. Office Hodks : lU a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Minister of Agriculture and Mines — Hon. J. A. Clift, K.C. 

Deputy Head — Thomas Long, I.S.O. 

B\rst Clerk — George E. Turner. 

Second Clerk — Thomas Thorburu. 

Third Clerk— J. W. McNeily. 

Surveyor to Department — Francis H. Balfour. 

Stenographer and Typeioriter — Leo C. Murphy. 

Director of Geological Survey and Curator of Museum — James P. 

Howley, F.G.S. 
First Surveyor — William Noel. 
Second Surveyor— Henry J. Duder. 

timber ayid Mill hispectors — Charles J. Forau, jas. Peytbn. 
Fire fF'a.rifjJi— Thopias.Hbwe. 



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Ready-to-wear Skirts, Blouses 

Deputy Surveyors. 

[Authorized to act in any part of New found land] 



Officers in the Department of Agri- 

cnlture and Mines. 
Bay of Islands — G. E. Sanders. 
Bay Roberts — A. Calpin. 
Botiavisfa — C. E. Thompson. 

Bonne Bay — 

Bricius — J. P. Hearn. 
Brooklyn — Thomas Howe. 
Buryeo—G. K. White. 
Burin- G. M. Goddard. 

" — Simeon Avery. 
Biirgoyne\s Cove — William Tulk. 
Bell Island — Thomas J. Nurse. 

" — Peter Quigley. 
Cajie Broxjle — J. E. Hussey. 
C'arbonear — G. A. Moulton. 
Gatalina — A. J. Crocker. 
Ohannel—H. T. Squarey. 
Fogo — Thomas Lucas. 
Fortune — H. J. Haddon. 
Gander Bay— J. W. Webh. 
Grand Falls — Albert Bayly. 
Harbor Briton — P. Hubert. 
Harbor Grace — J. B. Goad v. 
Heart's Genfent—C. G. Rendell. 
Kings Cove — Richard Lawton. 
Lance Cove (Smith's Sound) — E. T. 

Gardner. 



Lciuisporte — Alfred Young. 

Little Placentia — A. L. Keats. 

Lower Island Cove — A. G. Hudson. 
" " — Hedley Gailand 

Millville—3. Murphy. 

Musgrave Harbor — J. B. Wheeler. 

Marystown — M. J. Flynn. 

Norris' Arm — A. C. Constable. 

Open Hall — Henrv Miles. 

Placentia— V^ . F. O'Reilly. 

Pilley's Island— E^. M. Herbert. 

PooVs Island — Jos. Davis. 

Renews — Garrett Jackman. 

Pose Blanche — R. Furneaux. 

Spaniard's Bay — B. B. Squires. 

St. Brendan's — Francis Hogan. 

St. John's ~ William Scott, C. E. 
Otto Emerson ; A. F. Y. Long 
M. Sullivan ; W. H. Taylor 
C. White; A. R. G. McNeilv 
^N. F. Canning. 

Sweet Bay — Jolitfe Quinton. 

Topsail — W. Swansborough. 

Torbay — J. Roche. 

7>-MnVi/— Samuel Hussey. 

Twillingate — Thomas Peyton. 

Whitbourne—'D^v\(\ Thistle. 



Board of Agriculture. 

Chairman— Row. J. A. Clift, K.C., Minister of Agriculture and Mines; 
John Dwyer, James B. Sclater, Samuel Ruby, Thomas Martin, Thomas 
Lawlor, James Lester. 

Secretary — James B. Sclater. 

Museum. 

Curator— J. P. Howley, F.G.S. 
Keeper — Robert Toucher. 

Open to the public every day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and from 2pm 
-to 4 p.m. ^' 

Surveyors of Lumber. 



Adams Cove- -Gftorge Moores. 
Alexander Bay — Victor Roach. 
—John Whelan. 



Avondale—'W . S. Clarke. 
^dger Bay—Wm. Campbell. 
Barred Isk?t&— Andrew M;ead. 



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Stirvcyors of Lrimher. 



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Bay of Island)) — John Fisher. 

" — James Knight. 

" — Joseph Fisher. 

" — Joseph Gribble. 

" — Jos. Pettipas. 

Baie Verte — W. J. Jackman. 
Bay Roberts — Thomas Wilcox. 

-J. Russel (of Elijah). 
" -B. Mercer. 

" —A. Wilcox. 

Bay Roberts West — Isaac Sparks. 
Baydn-Nord — R. Dunford. 
Bell Island — J. D. Coleman. 

" — Richard D. Costigan. 
« — S. K. LeDrew. 
Birchy Gove — Pierce Power. 
Bonavista — Clias. E. Thompson. 

" — Robert Brown. 
Bonne Bay — Wm. Stamford. 

' — R. Sheppard. 
Botwoodville — Abner Lacey. 
" — A. J. Harvey. 

" — A. D. Sergeant. 

" — W. H. Monroe. 

" — James Monroe. 

Brigus — James Fardy. 
" — Benjamin French. 
" — R. Bartlett. 
Bunyan's Cove— James Burry. 
Burin — R. H. Parsons, 
" — Thomas Averv. 
" — S. A. Darby. ' 
" — E. A. Winter. 
" — E. Burgess. 
Campbelltoicn — Thomas James. 
" — Alfred Young. 

" — George Manuel. 

Canada Bay— Wm. Fillier. 
Carbonear—Oeorgc Best. 
'• — James R. Guy. 
« — Mark Taylor. 
Catalina—A. J. Crocker. 
Channel~E. Bragg. 
Clarke's Beach— George Mugford. 

" — W. J. Jerrett. 

Clode Sound— JsLTiies B. Rowsell. 

" —James Burrey. 

Golinet — Lemuel Simmonds. 
" — John Sparks. 
(^ -»»H. W. Simmonds. 



Corner Brook — Patrick Power, jr. 

" — N. Young. 

Cupids — J. Badcock. 
Englee — James Dower. 

" — W. Gillard. 
Freshwater,Bay-de- Verde~0. Par.son.s 
Gambo — A. Pritchett. 
" — M. C. Martin. 
" —Job C. Pritchett. 
Gander Bay— John \X. Webb. 
George's Pond — L. Moxfiehl. 
Green's Harbor — W. Drover. 
Greenspond- — Walter G. Osmond. 

" — John Sainsbury. 

" — R. Humphries. 

" -James Granter. 

" — E. Pitman. 
Grand Lake — W. F. S(iuires. 
Hall's Z?a?/— Henry Clarke. 
Harbor Grace — J. 13. Cody. 

" - A. Rodgers. 

» _W. E. Car.son. 

" — George Pynn. 

Harbor Main— John Quitilan. 
Haricot— G. Butt. 

" — G. Simmons. 
Heart's Content — James H. Moore. 
" — G. J. Young. 

" — M. George. 

Heart's Delight — A. Pitman. 

" —A. Case. 

Heart's Desire — Thomas Geoige. 
Honvond — John E. Cater. 

" —Robert Pike. 
Jackson's Arm (JV.B.) — K. Lash. 
Joo Bait's ^r/rt— Ambrose Coffin. 
Kelligreu-s-Wm. Hibbs. 
King's Point, S. W. Arm, Green Bay 

—R. Batstoue, F. H. Thistle. 
Little Bay, N. D. Bay- H. A. Strong. 
Leading Tickles— henndev Rowsell. 

"" — Wm. Lanning. 

Leidsporte — U. Freak. 

•' — J. W. Noseworthy. 
Loon Bay — W. G. Roberts. 
Main En-er— Allison Purdy. 
Moreton's Harbor— ^y. S. French. 
Musgrave Hr. — N. W. H. Gillingham. 
Northern Arm, Exploits Bay — 

W. Manuel. 



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Surveyors of Lumber. — Marine and Fisheries. 



Up-to-date Millinery^ Mantles and 



New Bay — Adolphus Yates. 

'• iV^JF. ^rm— J. Churchill. 

'' S. W. ^rm— Jos. Baggs. 

" " — Jas. Andrews. 

" " — O. Stuckless. 

" " —J.H.Andrews 

" " —J. Thompson. 

Norris' Arm — Fred. Ross. 

" A. C. Constable. 
JVotre Dame Junction — A. Freeman. 
Old PerUcan^Wm. Beckett. 
Pilley's Island — Philip Pride. 

" —Charles Tucker. 

Placentia — C. Sinnolt. 
— T. Poltery. 
" — J. Drover. 
Point Leamington — Jas. Andiews. 

" — Jno. Hutchcrnft. 

Pool's Island — B. J. Davis. 
Pool's Cove (F. B.)~G. Banbury. 
Port-aux- Basques — W. Vardy. 
Robinson's Head — G. M. Shears. 
Rocky Harbor ^Jfis. Shears. 
Seal Bay, N.D.Bay — Roland Roberts. 

— W. Hellimnre. 
Seldom-Come-By—W. A. Rovve. 
Shoal Harbor — L. Lowe. 
Shoal Bay, B. B. — Harrison Smith. 
Smith's Sound— T. B. R. Stone. 
Spaniard's Bay — M. Ryan. 
Springdale, N. D. B. — John Grimes. 
St. George— Q. H. Dalton. 

'■ — A. Dubasque. 
Sandy Point — John McLennan. 
St. John's — John Badcock. 
—A. R. Barnes. 

- Edward Blackler. 

- E. Best. 






St. John's — John Collins. 
" — .James Costello. 
— Duncan Cook. 
— F. J. Dovle. 

- -J. G. Dwyer. 
" —John Gribble. 

" — Maurice Halleren. 
" — Albert Horwood. 
" — George A. Lilly. 
" — T. A. Lawrence. 
" — Wm. Moores. 

- G. W. Mews. 

" — Wm. O'Connor. 

— G. T. Phillips. 
" Robert Pittmati. 

" —Edward Skium-i-. 
" ._C. W. Smallwond. 

__G. G. SlKirr. 

_\V. Steed. 

- Michael WhIsIi. 

- Wm. Watson. 

- Eli Whiteway. 

" — Heinv .'. Vava^iseu^. 
Ti~:Mrd'.<< Harhor—R. Small. 
Torbay—.lnh}\ Hoc lie. 
Trinity— Yj. T. Giaiigei. 
Tmllingate — E. MaiuK-l. 
— T. Peyton. 
-A. H. Peyton. 
" — A. A. Power. 
Upper Island Cove — A. Crane. 
Wesleyville — W. C. Winser. 
Western Bay—M. H. Lynch. 

" ■ — G. Perry (of G.) 

—J. Lynch. 
" — John Lynch. 
TVhitbourne—J . J. St. John. 
— R. H. Gosse. 



aDepartmeiit of a^arinc anti f i^lieric^. 

Office : Customs' Building. Hours : 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries— Hon. E. Dawe. 

Superintendent of Fisheries— W . B. Payn, J.P. 

Secretary — D. W. Prowse. K.C. 

Accountant — H. V. Hutchings. 

Stenographer and Ty2mvriter— Thomas Devine, 

Messenger — W, Shft^v. 



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Jackets. AYRE & SOJ^S, Ltd. 

Inspector of Lighthouses — R. White. 
Lighthouse Merhanician — T. Cornick. 
Inspector of Boilers — A. McLachlan. 
Fishery Expert — W. Miiir. 

Fisheries' Board. 

President — Ministci' of Marine and Fisheries, ex officio; A. McDougall, 
W. C. Job, T. Bonia, M.H.A., J. Lewis, M.H.A., W. B. Grieve. 

Examiners for granting Certificates to Engineers. 

R. W. Mclntyre. 

A. McLachlan, hispector of Boilers. 

Inspectors of Pickled Fish and Fish Oils. 

Rigolet, Labrador — James Frazev. i Moore, Robt. Colford, P. McGrath, 
Greenspond — Mark Dowdeti. Ja=. McFarlane, Stephen Rogers, 

King's Gove — Michael Martin. Leonard Taylor, Frederick Rowe, 

Trinity — George Oakley. I Francis Payne, John Geary, Jas. 

(hrbonear~W. C. Hawker, G. Soper, I Moore, Mieh'l Wall, R. Marshall, 

John Kennealy, J. Udell, L. Tay- ; J. Chafe. 

lor, N. Penney. j St. Jacques— J. C. Noseworthy. 

Harbor Grace — Ed. Parsons, John i Belleoram — Levi Cluett. 

Sheppard, Henry Garland, Mat- ' Bay St. George—'E. Fillatre, William 

thew Martin, John Coady. Parsons, Edward Butt. 

Bay Roberts — Henry Dawe. I Lark Harbor — George Sheppard. 

Salmon Cove — Daniel Kennedy. ' Bay of Islands — William H. 

.?/. Jo/t?i'i^— Michael Murphy, Mieh'l Me.sservey. 

Linegar, Robert Moore, James ! Bonne Bay — Francis Cox. 



S. S. "Fiona." 



Captain — E. English, jr. 
Cliief Officer — P. Christopher. 



Chief Engineer — J. Gear. 

Ship's Husband- G-A^t. E. English, sr. 



Newfoundland Government and Lloyds' Surveyor. 



Mercantile Marine and Shipping Office. 

Office : Customs' Building, Kincj's Wharf. 

Office Hours : 10 to 3. 

Superintendent Mercantile Marine and Shipping Master — Frederick 
( 'arter. 

Commissioners of Wrecked Property. 

Lalrrador — Snug Harbor to Indian Tickle — G. Taylor. 

" — Indian Tickle to Pack's Harbor — R. McRae. 

" — Pack's Harbor, exc, to Cape Harrison, cxc. — G. Apsey, 
'Blrinr' Firthlnti. tn Chnfenu ,, _ = 



182 Mcrine and Fisheries — Harbor Dues. 



Celebrated '' Cravenette" Raincoats 



Gape John to Pilley's Island (both inclusive))— W. G. Duder. 

Twillingate—W iWmm Baird. 

Fogo, Little Fogo, Indian and Change Islands — Aaron Stone. 

Cape Freels to Cape Fareicell, ^ncluding\-^^ Bobbins. 
Penguin and Wadham Islands, J 

Salvage to Cape Bonavista — D. A. Ryan, J. P. 

Cape Bonavista to English Head — W. S. Jones. 

Tickle Point to Heart's Content, incbisive— Moses Parsons. 

Heart's Content to Grate's Core— Elias March. 

Grates Point to Broad Cove, Black Head Bay— John Ryan. 

Harhor Grace to Kelligrews— John Jar-'ine, J. P. 

Cape Spear to Bay Bulls — Henry Chafe. 

Bay Bulls to LaMa9ic/ie— Michael Burke. 

La Manche to Fermeuse, exclusive — James Carter. 

Fermeuse, inclusive, to Cape Race, exclusive — Edward Leary. 

Cape Race, inclusive, to E. Head, St. S/iof(-s— James Murphy. 

E. Head St. Shotts, inclusive, to Point Lance, inclusive—J . J. Bisliop. 

Point Lance to Point Verde, exclusive — Walter Young. 

Point Verde, inclusive, to Rushoon, inclusive — John Hand rick. 

Point May to Garnish — Eli Harris. 

District of Fortune Bay — C. Way. 

Burgeo Division District of Burgeo and LaPoile — M. H. Genge. 

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

By section 2, Con. Stats. (2nd series), the senior Customs' officer re- 
siding in or near any district in which there is no Wreck Commissionei, 
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 Master — Capt. E. Englisli. 
Boatman — Thomas Dewling. 

Port Charges on Foreign-going- Shipping, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

Light Dues. 

Payable once in every calendar year (liut 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 and in 
eluding 1000 tons. 

5 cents per ton additional on every ton over 1,000 tons up to and in 
eluding 2,000 tons. 

Not more than $240 in any one calendar year, or oftener than onc( 
in three months. 

Vessels arriving for repairs, coal or supplies, pay one-half of abovi 
rates. 

The foregoing applies to merchant vessels. 



Examiners Masters and MaUs- l8o 

for Ladies.— AYAE & SONS^ Ltd. 

Labi'ador, Bank and Coast fishing vessels and coasters pay no dues 
whilst tr-iigaged in those fisheries or trade. Should any such vessel pro- 
ceeil on any other than a fishing voyage, to any place outside the colony, 
^ucll 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 Duks. 
5 cents per register ton, not to exceed $20. Payable once a year. 

Hakuor Master'^ Dues. 

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

Vessels 60 to 100 tons register ... ... ... |2 GO 

" 100 to 200 " .. ... ... 3 00 

" 200 to 300 " ... ... ... 4 00 

" 300 to 400 " ... ... . . 5 00 

" 400 to 500 " and upwards . . . . 6 00 

Payable once between January 1st and 30th June, and once between 
1st July and 3Ist Decenilier. 

Quarantine Officers, St. John's. 

h'ird (.Quarantine Officer — Dr. N. S. Fra^er. 
Second Quarantine Officer — Dr. E. A. Brehni. 

EXAMINERS MASTERS AND MATES. 

Office : Light Hou.se Building. 

Examiner-in-Chief — Capt. E. English. 
Assistant Examiner — Capt. J. B. Moss. 
Instructor of Masters anil Mates — F. J. Doyle. 
['ayil Teacher^ Masters and Mates —A. E. Cofftn. 

Examination of Masters and Mates. 

Examinations will begin on Wednesday of each week, providing that 
the candidate produce the requisite certificates of character and time, and 
passes the color test. 

Application must be made to the Examiner on Form Exn. 2, and all 
previous certificates and testiamnials deposited 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 yeauB at sea. 

A First Mate; piust not be less than nineteen years of age, and must 



184 IJxamination Masters and Mates. 

ildB*en'S Dresses and Coats — London 



or Only Mate. [From 1st Januai7, 1896, the Officers' Service iuiL-.t have 
been performed with the requisite certificate]. 

A Master must not be less than twentv-one year^^ of age, aii<l ln; nj-.ist 
have served six years at sea, of which one year must have been in the 
capacity not lower than Only Mate of a foreign-going vessel whilst hold- 
ing a certificate not lower than an Only Mate's certificate for foreign- 
going vessels, and, unless this service as officer was performed whilst hold- 
ing a First Mate's certificate for foreign-going vessels. He will also be 
required to jirove the'ollicer's service jjrescribed for that grade. 

Feks. 

For a Certificate as Male .. ... . . $ .5 OU 

For a Certificate as Mastei . . . . . . 10 00 

For a Certificate for Colors .. ... ... 20 

These fees admit of two examinations. After the sc-ond examination 
another fee will be required. 

Candidate's for Only and First Mates' Certificates must complete the 
whole of their examination in Navigation in twelve houi-s, including the 
time allowed for the papers on cyclone or revolving storms, and for the 
correction ot all errors and oversights ; but the Nautical problems up to 
and including (K) of the Syllabus prescribed lur Only and First Mate 
must be completed within six liours and willi'iut the candidate leaving 
the premises during that period. 

Candidates for Ma-ters Certificates must complete the whole of their 
examination in Navigation in filteeti liours, incliidiog the time allowed lor 
the papers on the Chart, the Compass deviation, Cyclones, or rev<dvHig 
storms, and loi' the cdrreclioti ut' all eriors Mud ovei sights ; but the ])rnb- 
lems up to and iricliKling (K) of the Sylhilnis prescribed for Only and 
First Mate must be completed within six liours and without the candidate 
leaving the premises during that ])eriod. 

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 he declaied Ui have failed. 

In all cas"s of lailiire the candidate will be examined dc novo. 

If he fails in Seamanship, he will not be examined for six months. 

If he fails three times in Navigation, he will not be re-examined for 
three months. 

For further information as to time, place, and objects of examination 
applicants should apply to the Examiner-in-Chief. ' ' 

Rules. 

No books, papeis w memoranda are allowed in the Examination room. 

In the event of any candi.late being discovered copying from another 
or referring to any book or memoranda, he will not be examined for siv 
months. ' ' . . " 

Navigation is taught at Carbonear, Harbor Grace, Bav Rbherts and 
ot. J onltt s. ^ 1 V 



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Commissioners of Pilots. 

St. John's — Captain E. English, Chairman ; The Minister of Marine 
and Fisheries, Hon. George Shea, Hon. John Harris, R. B. Job. 
Forjo—J. W. Hodge, J.P., Wm. Earle. 
Little jBaf;— Capt. Toms, R. D. Walsh. 
Pilley's Islaiid—C. F. Taylor, J. Colbourne, E. Herbert. 
LewispoHe—\Y . W. Bradley, N. Turner, Uriah Freake. 

Pilots, St. John's. 

No. 1 Boat. No. 2 Boat. No. S Boat. No. 4 Boat 

Wni. Lewis, W. Vinicombe, F. Leary, P. Howard, 

Fred. Lewis, F. Jackman, J. Callahan, Joseph Goss, 

E. Lewis. G. Lewis. J. Leary. J. Furlong. 

Table of Rates of Pilotage of Vessels in and out of St. John's. 

Hates C'l/. ! Xnw Measurement. Rates Uy, 

. $5.35 I On vt'ssels from 350 to 400 tons ... $16.00 
6.70, Do from 400 10 500 tons ... 18.75 

7.35 Do from 500 to 600 tons ... 21.35 

8.00 Do from 600 to 700 tons ... 24.00 

8.70 i Do from 700 to 800 tons ... 26.76 
9.35 Over that size — for every 100 tons 

... 10.00. additional 1.36 

10.70 i And on no sailing Vessel is the 
13.35! j.ilotage to exceed 32.00 

Steamers .shall pay pilotage ou their net tonnage, as in the case o^ 
sading vessels. 

Steamers employed in the tisheries of the Colony shall be exempt, 
except when on foreign voyages. 

Coastal steamers shall also be extiiipt. # 

Subsidized mail steamers, in connection with the Colony, shall pay 
on the liorse-power, at the rate of eight cents for each horse-power. 

AU 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 vessel!^, as ascertained before going out of the harbor. 

His Majesty's vessels under sixth rate . . . . . $12.00 

His Majesty's vessels of fourtl^, fifth and sixth rate ... 26.0O 

His Majesty's v<jSsek of first, second and third rate . . 3400 
2 



iVeio 


Meas'urement. 


On vessel 


.s under 80 tons 


Do 


from 80 to 100 tons 


Do 


from 100 to 120 tons 


Do 


from 120 to 160 tons 


Do 


from 160 to 200 tons 


Do 


from 200 to 240 tons 


Do 


from 240 to 280 tons 


Do 


froTn 280 to 300 tons 


Do 


from 300 to 3.50 tons 



186 Block House Signals. 



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Forest Mills/' Wright's '^ Health'' and 

Towage Rates, St. John's. 

Oross Tonnage. i (Jross TouiLuyc. 

Vessels 60 tons and under $4.00 Ves.sels froni 301 Vo 350 tons §24.00 

Do from 60 to 100 tons (10 cts. | Do "from 351 to 400 tons 26.00 

per ton additional.) 1 Do from 401 to 450 tons '2S.00 



Do from 101 to 125 tons 10.00 

Do from 126 to 150 tons 12.00 



Do from 451 to 500 tons -30 00 

Do from 501 to 5.50 tons 32.00 



Do from 151 to 175 tons 14.00 1 Do from 551 to 600 tons 34.00 

Do from 176 to 200 tons 16 00 i Do from 601 to 700 tons '^8.00 

Do from 201 to 225 tons 18-00 Do from 701 to 800 tons 42 00 

Do from 226 to 250 tons 20.00 ! Do from 801 to 900 tons 46 00 

Do from 251 to 300 tons 22.00 | Do from 901 to 1,000 tons • 50-.00 

Vessels re<]uiring the steamer to go bej'ond limits as far as Cape Spear 
to pay one-third additional, and any vessel requiring towage beyond the 
Cape to the South or an ecjual distance to the Northward will be charged 
by special agreement. 

The above rates apply only to ordinary circunistances. Vessels in 
distress or otherwise disabled will liave to make special contract for a.ssisi- 
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 hawsei', to pay ten per cent, on towage rates for the same. 

In addition to the above rates, one-third additional will be charged 
during winter month.?, commencing on the 10th December and ending on 
10th April each year. 

N.B. — Special rates will be charged during the ice season. 

The owners are not lesponsible for any damage 'done by the vessel 
towed to themselves or others. 

Block House, Signal Hill. 

Signalman — Thomas Rose. 

Assistant Signalman — jNlichael Cantwell. 

Description of Signals in Use at the Block House, Signal Hill, 
St. John's, Newfoundland. 

Balls and Flags, hoisted in different positions at the Yard Arm, show 
the number of Sail that are signalled either North or South viz.: 

^ One Sail in sight— Ball close up to yard. 

-V Two Sail in sight— Ball midway between vard and parapet of Block 
House. ' ' 

Tliree Sail in siglit— Yellow Pennant close up to yard 
Four Sail in sight-Yellow Pennant midway between yard and para- 
pel 01 Block House. ' 

Five sail in s%ht-Same as foui' 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. pjacLu im 

, Eight Sail in- sight— Yellov.- Pennant at Yard Arm- Ball mi^^.-av 
between Yard Arm a^d PaYa^t of BloQk House ' ^ 



Ligld Rouses. 187 



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Nine Sail in sight— Ball at Yard Arm ; Yellow Pennant midway be- 
tween yard and parapet of Block House. 

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

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

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

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

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

A White-Blue Pennant at the masthead denotes a Topsail Schooner. 

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

A St. George's Cross at the mast-head of the staff denotes a Steamer 
in sight from Block House ; but, when it is hoisteil on the yard south, 
it denotes tliat the Steamer is south ; on the yard north, the Steamer is 
north. 

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 by 
flag, is in sight. 

When a Merchant's House-flag is hoisted on the south yard it denotes 
that a vessel balonging to said merchant is south ; and, when hoisted on 
the north, it shows that said vessel is north. 

When a Square White Flag with a Red Ball in the centre is hoisted 
it denotes that a Steam-tug is required. 

The International Code of Signals is also in use at tlie Block House, 
and the recognized House Signals of tlie different merchants. 

LIGHT HOUSES. 

Office : Queen's Wharf. 

Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. 

Inspector of Lighthouses— H . White. 
M'ichanician — T. Cornick. 

Newfoundland Light Dues (included in Port r.harges, see page 182). 

Payable once in every calendar year (but not ollencr than once in 
three months), viz.: — 

24 cents per ton, up to and including 500 tons. 

12 cents per ton additional on everv ton over .^OO tons up to and in- 
cluding 1000 tons. 

G 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 month?. 

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 
whilst engaged in those fisheries or trade Should any such vessel proceed 
on any other than a fishing voyage, to any place outside the colony, such 
vessel shall be liable to pay once in each calendar year (but not oftengv 
than once i'l three months), the rate of six cents per' ton, 



188 



Newfoundland Lights, 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for 



Name of 
Place. 



'Z o 
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Gull Island 
(Cape John) 



Nipper's Har- 
bor Island, 
N.D, Bay. 



Little Bay 
Island. 

Southern end 

Long Island, 

N.D. Bay. 

Great Denier 

Island, 

N. D. Bay. 

Leading 

Tickles. 



49 46 55 55 49 00 



49 36 00 55 34 00 



49 39 45 



Fortune Har. 



Exploits Har. 



St. Michael's 
Head (S. side 
of entrance to 
Burnt Bay, 
Bay of Ex- 
ploits) . 
Long Point 
(Toulinguet) 



47 59 54 



55 21 23 



55 32 30 



49 17 00i54 58 00 



49 41 23 54 47 34 



1884 



1901 



1908 
1904 

1895 
1908 
1908 
1907 



1904 



1876 



Description of Light. 



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Intermittent White, 4th order 
dioptric, making one com- 
plete revolution in i minute, 
appearing about 1 1 seconds 
light and 9 seconds dark. 

Fixed Red, 4th order. Shows 
white between the island and 
mainland. 



Harbor Light Station in course 
of erection on Port hand en- 
trance. 

Fixed White, 4th order diop- 
tric. 



Fixed Red, 'dioptric 



Harbor Light Station in course 
of erection on Port hand en- 
trance. 

Harbor Light Station in course 
of erection on Starboard 
hand entrance. 

Three Spar Buoys moored to 
show the deep water chan- 
nel. Entering the harbor 
keep the red buoy on the 
starboard hand, and two 
black ones on the port hand. 

Fixed White Lens Lantern 
Light. 



Revolving white, catoptric, at- 
tains greatest brillancy every 
thirty seconds, 



Ft. 
525 



M. 

26 



m \z 



io3i, 15 



331 21 



Nciofoundiand Lights. 



189 



'* Ostermoor " Mattrasses. 



0) 



3 



Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



380 



2 wick 
Concentric 



All 
Seaward 



2 wick 
Trinity 



2 wick 
Trinity 



All Duplex 

Seaward 



Iron Tower on apex of island, 
painted red and white ver- 
tically, four stripes of each 
color; keeper's house paint- 
white, 112 feet distant, W. 
by N. 

Square wood tower, white, 
with one red horizontal 
band around centre. A 
small square wood house 
attached to N. E. side, 
painted white. 



Geo. Ridout . (Geo. Morey 



T. Stark 



Iron tower, 2-storey mansard 
roof dwelling; all white. 



Sam. Short 



R. LeDrew 



P. Upward 



All 
Seaward 



8 Argand 
burners 



An open wood frame, painted Ezek. Budden 
white. The light will be 
kept in operation during 
open navigaiion 



Light tower, painted red, R. S. Roberts. J. H. Preston 
square on lower part, chang-: 
ing to octagon, and finished' 
by a circular drum, gallery; 
and lantern; keeper's house 
square; sides white, roof red,! 
distant 35 feet from tnwer, j 



190 



Neiofoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for 



Name of 
Place. 



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Decription of Light. 



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Wharf Light 
(Toulinguet). 



1885 



Bacalhao 



Fogo Harbor 



Change Island 

South end 
Stag Hr. Run. 

Stag Harbor 

Tickle (off 

South Point). 



49 33 3054 16 501905 



Burnt Point, 

Seldom-come- 

by). 



49 41 3054 33 08 1894 



49 34 30 



ii9o8 



54 24 10 1901 



1908 



49 36 00 54 09 00 1905 



Ft. M. 



(This light was destroyed by 
sea, which carried away the 
wharf in Sept. '07. Notice 
will be given when it is re- 
established. 



Occulting White light; 1)4 357 21 
seconds light and dark. 



Pilley's or Ragged Island Light 
Station. Fixed White, to be 
put in operation in 1908. 1 

Fixed Red; visible in Stag Har-i 
bor Run, except where ob-j 
scured by projecting land. 

Spar Buoy, white, moored in' 
three fathoms, indicates posi-, 
tion of the Stag Rock off the^ 
South Point, Stag Harbor! 
Tickle. Removed on ap- 
proach of ice. j 

Two Iron Nun Buoys, painted 
Red, moored on the South- 
ern side, and two painted 
Black, on the Northern side 
of the narrow part of the 
Run, indicate the deep water 
channel. | 

Fog Alarm, sounded during 
thick or foggy weather, giv- 
ing blasts of 5 seconds, silent 
113 seconds. Fixed Red! 
Lens Lantern Light on 
southern side of Fog Alarm 
buildings; visible two miles 
in all directions seaward. 
Fog Alarm and Light oper- 
ated from opening of navi- 
gation in Spring till close in 
Decemlier, 



43 



25 



ISfeioj'oundland Lights. 



191 



Century " Washing- Machines. 



c 6 



Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building, 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



R. Moss 



All ijin. 

Seaward Humers 



All 



fard 



Circular Iron tower, spirally jEdw. Hussey. 
red and white alternately; 
keeper's dwelling partly! 
visible, distant 75 feet N. 
E. % E. from tower. 



2 wick Square pyramidal tower, iThos. Elliott 
Trinity painted white. Dwelling 

connected by covered pas- 
sage way. 



Three" one -story flat - roofedjAlf. Randell 
structures: Fog Alarm build- 1 
ing, keeper's dwelling, store 
house. Painted white ; black 
band horizontally around: 
each building. ' 



192 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for Best Stocked 



Name of 
Place. 




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J3 


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Description of Light. 



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4j _0 
'3) "" 

•2 12; 
Q7^ 



Cann Island, 
Seldom- 


o / 

49 35 


II 

05 


Come-Ey. 






Brooke's Pt., 
Fogo Island, 
(;l4mile W.N. 


49 45 


30 


W. from Joe 






Batt's Point. 






Tilton Har. 


49 42 


30 



54 10 35 



54 09 00 



54 03 30 



Offer Wad- 49 35 35 53 45 12 1858 
ham Island. 



Tenguin Isl'd 49 26 55 53 48 00 

9 miles S W. 
mag. from] 
Offer Wad- 
ham Island 
light. 

Cabot Island, 49 10 26 53"2i 21 
Bonavista 
Bay. 



1874 Fixed White, 8th order diop- 
tric . 



1905 Occulting White, 4lh order 
Dioptric, alternately 7 sec- 
onds light and 3 seconds 
dark. 



1902 



Puffin Island, 
Greenspond. 



49 03 37 



53 32 37 



1890 



Fixed Red ; in operation each 
year from June i to Dec, 15. 
Visible in all directions sea- 
ward, except in line with 
Pigeon Island. This li^ht 
has been established for 
small craft which visit Til- 
ton Harbor during the fish- 
ing season. 

Revolving White, 4th order 
dioptric, of six sides, flashes 
white every 30 seconds. 



Fixed White, 4th order diop- 
tric. 



Ft. 
85 



974 



100 



62 



1880 Intermittent White, 4th order' 
, dioptric, appearing about! 
II seconds light and 9 sec- 
onds dark. 



gle flashes at intervals of 
30 seconds. 



M. 



15 



"4 



74 10 



i873Jl:'ixed Red, 4th order dioptric, 85 ! lo^ 
- visible from N. by E.throngh 

J S. to. W. by N. mag. 



^'^ Ula^nd""' ^^ ^' °^ '' '^ ^°i'^^^ Revolving White, to give sin- 298 I9 



Neicfoundland Lights 



193 



Piano and Organ Warehouse in the City. 




270 I Aigand. 



215 Chance's 
Capiiliary. 



360 



360 



2 Wick 
Concentric. 



2 Wick 
Coiic ntric. 



Buildings wood. Light 
Tower rising from gable 
of house, sides painted 
white, roor red. 

Wood Tower, square, slop- 
ing sides; a flat-roofed one- 
storey dwelling and store 
on southern side of tower. 
Dwelling and tower paint- 
ed white. 

Shown from a square sided 
tower painted white. 



Enos Penney, 



Nath. Brett. 



P Broaders. 



Round Kcd Tower, dome 
striped red and white ver 
lically ; keeper's dwelling 
painted white, roof red 
(wood), 30 ft. from Tower. 

Circular Iron Tower and 
keeper's dwelling (wood); 
house and tower painted 
red and white alternately, 
in vertical stripes; house 
attached to tower on its 

] eastern side. 

Iron Light Tower in centre 
of square wooden building; 
roof flat ; sides banded 
horizontally, red and white 
alternately. 



270 2 Wick 'Buildings granite roofed with 
jConceutric; slate; Light Tower at one 
' corner- 



360 



2 Wick 
Concentric. 



360 



i:^ Argand..Iron Light Tower and keep- 
er's dwelling (wood) 17 ft 
1 6 inches apart ; house and 
' tower painted red and 

j j white, alternately, in ver 

I I tical stripes. 

AA 



Step. Abbot. 



Esau Gilling- 
nam . 



John Sains, 
bury. 



Walter 

Jennings. 



Hy. Squires. 



194 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for Chickering:, 



Name of 
Place. 



D 

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■*-• f/7 



M-< 


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Description of Light. 



0) 




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King's Cove 
Head. 



Squarey Isld. 
(entrance to 
Bonavista). 

Cape Bona- 
vista. 



48 34 32 



S3 18 5'3 1893 



Green Island, 
Catalina. 



Fort I'oint, 
Trinity. 

Random Hd. 
Trinity Bay. 



48 21 55 53 20 SI 



48 05 30 53 33 00 



Heart's Con- 
tent. 



Hant's Har., 
Trinity Bay. 



48 39 00 



48 42 01 53 04 35 1843 



48 30 15 S3 02 201857 



Occulting White; i^ seconds 
light and dark, alternately. 



Ft. 
1764 



53 07 40 1905 Fixed Red, 6th order dioptric 57 
1 ight not constantly 
watched. 

Revolving Catoptric (_6 Ar- 150 
gand burners and reflectors, 
showing two 7uhite flashes,' 
followed by one red flash),, 
each attaining its greatest' 
brilliancy every 30 seconds.! 

Fixed White, 4th order diop- 92 
trie, visible W.S.W. to N. 
E. At this station thei"e is 
a Champion Fog Horn ;, 
sounded 14 seconds, with; 
intervals of silence of 45 
sees. Established 1883. 

iJi74 Fixed White, 8th order diop-' 75 
trie. To be changed in I 
1908 to Occulting White, i 

1895 Occulting White, "6th order|i26 
dioptric; alternate light! 
and dark every 2 seconds. 



47 53 10 



53 23 ,20 



1901 



Fixed red 



834 



48 01 07 5S 15 07 i88ilFixed White, 6th order diop- 65 



trie 



15 



II 



10 



12 



Newfoiindlmid Lights. 



195 



Rouiscli and Bell Pianos. 



.S 'd 


Kind of 
Lamp. 


Description of Building. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 


All 
Seaward 

All 


i| Burner. 


Iron Light Tower, painted 
white ; a wood store and 
keeper's dwelling, visible 
N. N. E., painted white, 
roof black, 88 feet from 
Tower. 

Square pyramidal wood tow- 
er, with octagonal drum 
and lantern; painted white. 


P. Batterton. 
Thos. Abbott. 




Seaward 






All 
Seaward 


6 Argands. 


Square "Wood Lighthouse, 
painted red and white in 
alternate vertical stripes; 
lantern in centre of roof. 


Fred. White. 


S. Mifflen. 


202| 


2 Wick 

Concentric. 


Wooden House, painted 
white, from centre of which 
rises the lantern, dome of 
which is striped red and 
white vertically. 


R. Stevens. 


Abel Stone. 


o 

320 


I Argand. 


Wooden Tower, painted 
white. 


Wm. Rowe. 




All 
Seaward 


if Burner. 


Circular Iron Tower, painted 
in checkers red and white. 
Keeper's dwelling 12 feet 
N. of Tower and stores at 
northern end of house, 15 
feet distant — sides white, 
roofs red. 


Hy. Cooper. 




All 
Seaward 


2 Wick 
Trinity. 


Circular Iron Tower, painted 
red and white spirally ; a 
small dwelling is connect- 
ed to the southern side of 
the tower by a covered pas- 
sageway. House and cov- 
ered way painted while, 
roofs black. 


Rob. Piercey. 




All 

Seaward 


Duplex. 


Octagonal Tower, painted 
white, small store at rear. 


W. Soper. 





196 



Ntv)fouiidlwnd Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., Org:ans tor the 



Name of 
Place. 



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1 • 


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5) 


rt 


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HI 


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J3 


n1 


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Baecalieu 
Island. 



Baecalieu 

Island Fog 

Alarm, S.W, 

Point. 



Western Bay 
Point, Con- 
ception Bay. 



Carbonear 
Island. 



Harbor Grace 
Island. 



9, '« " 

fc8 o8 58 



52 47 



48 06 20 52 48 10 



47 53 00 53 03 00 



47 44 2453 09 22 



47 42 45 53 08 II 



Harbor Grace 
Harbor Lijrht 



47 41 29 S3 12 33 



1859 



1806 



1901 



1878 



[836 



1850 



Ft. 
443 



Catoptric Revolving White 
light, showing a flash every 
20 seconds. 

Note. — The light is often 
obscured by fog when the 
lower part of the Island is 
clear. 



Diaphone Fog Alarm, sound- 
ed during thick oi- foggy 
weather, 5 seconds blast,! 
55 seconds silence. In ope-: 
ration annually from open-i 
ing of navigation to close. 

Fixed Green Lens Lantern, 
hoisted to framework. Fog 
Alarm: Gun Cotton Explo- 
sive. A 4-07,. cartridge ex-| 
ploded every 15 minutes.) 
A ship's signal at sea an-| 
swered by two explosions 
in quick succession. 



Fixed White, Sth order diop 165 
trie. 



Occulting White. Equal pe- 151 

riods of light and darkness, 
D 2 seconds. 



Fixed Red, 6th order dioptric 40 



/-: 



Newfoundland Lights. 



197 



Home, the Church and the School. 



13 

.s ^ 

3 



Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper, 



Assistant 
Keeper, 



360 



6 Argand JRound Red Tower. Keeper's 
Burners. _ dwelling connected to tow- 
1 er by covered passage way, 
square white building with 
red roof. Buildings situ- 
ate on northern point of 
Island. The southern end 
of Island obscures the light 
for 8 miles when bearing 
N.N.K 14 E. 



Francis Ryan, 



|A11 
Seaward 



Duplex. 



;6o 



I Argand. 



360 



The Station comprises: — i.jFrancis Ryan, 
Store House ; 2. The 
Alarm House ; 3. Keep- 
er's wood dwelling; all 
painted white and black 
vertical stripes. 

The Station comprises: — i. Edmund Butt, 
Signal Cabin, painted 
white ; 2, A Charging 
house, slate-covered ; 3, 
An open framework, from 
which the green light is 
shown ; 4, A keeper's 
wooden dwelling, painted; 
white, roof black ; 5, A 
brick magazine, painted 
red. 

Buildings wood ; light tower;Hy. Forward, 
rising from the gable of 
the house, vertical parts 
white, roof red. 



Duplex. 



Square Wood House (sides 
painted white, roof red), 
from the centre of which 
rises the lantern. Keep- 
er's dwellinsr westward' of 
light tower. 



Hexagonal Wood Tower, iGeo. Parsons, 
painted white. 



T. Sheppard. 



198 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., The 



Name of 
Place. 



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56 



Green Point, 
Bay Roberts, 



Brigus, 
North Head. 



Salmon Cove 
Point. 



Cape 
St. Francis. 



47 32 54 53 i" 35 1885 



Fort Amherst 
(entrance to 
St. John's). 



St. John's 

Narrows, 

Cahill'sRock 

Pancake 

Shoal and 

Ruby Rock, 



o t II 



A7 36 40153 10 15 



47 40 30 52 47 10 
Approxi 
mate. 



47 33 47 52 40 20 



1883 Fixed AVhite, 6th order diop 
trie. Immediately beneath 
the principal white light is a 
projecting lantern in which 
three lamps are placed ; the 
two outer ones will show 
white, and centre one in 
line with the Southern rocks, 
N.E. I E, (mag.) from the 
tower, will show red. 
Fixed Red, 6th order dioptric 



"3 



Occulting White, 6th order 
dioptric, showing 7 seconds 
light 3 sees. dark. 



1887 Fixed Red, 4th order dioptric 
Fog Alarm : Siren Trumpet 
sounded 5 seconds, silent 
5 seconds ; sounded 5 sees 
and silent 45 seconds in 
each minute. 

1813 Fixed White, 4th order diop- 
tric. 
Fos Alarm : Gun Cotton Explosii-e. 
During daylight, when Cape Spear 
is en^■eloped in fog, this will be 
discharged every 20 minutes. A 
vessel's signal will be answered. 
During 190S a Fog Alarm sounded 
by Compressed Air will replace 
the Explosive Signal. 
1905 Spar Buoy, painted white, to 
be changed to black in 1908, 
showing position of Cahill's 
Rock ; Spar Buoy, painted 
black, to indicate position 
of Pancake Shoal. Spar 
Buoy painted red, to indi- 
cate position of Ruby Rock, 
near Chain Rock, on North- 
east side of Narrows. j 
Buoys will be removed with-1 
out further notice when ice 
is on the coast. 1 



12', 



i34i 



M. 



81 



12 



12 



12 



Newfoundland Lights. 



1&9 



Great Dress Goods House. 



3 ^ 

1— 1 


Kind of 
Lamp. 


Description of Building. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 


Ai; 

Seaward 
Do. 


I Argand. 
I Argand. 


Ivound Iron Tower,' painted 
witli two red and tliree 
wliite horizontal bands. 
Store in the rear painted 
white. 

Round Iron Tower, painted 
red and white vertical 
stripes (3 of each). House 
also painted red and white 
vertical stripes. 


Rd. Lear. 
S. S. Wilcox. 




Do. 

Seaward 

between 

W. S.W. 

and 

N. N. E. 


2 Wick 
Concentric 

2 Wick 
Concentric 


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

Stone sides., whitewashed ; 
roof red ; lantern on roof. 


Jonas Soper, 
Engineer. 

A. Sheppard. 


T. Hudson. 






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NewfoundlaMd Lights. 



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(i) Leading 

Lights. 



St. John's, 

(2) Leading 

Lights. 



Cape Spear . ^y 33 n 



Bay Bulls 

Northern 
Head. 

Ferryland 
Head. 



47 00 58 



Powell's Hd., 46 41 20 
entrance to 
Trepassey. 



Ft. 
1744 



52 36 59 1835 



Catoptric Red. Keeping the 
lights or day marks, com- 
posed of three Heart shapes, 
painted white, on the lower 
light, and the spire of the 
C' ngregatioi'al Church, in 
line, will clear all danger. 



Catoptric Red 76^ 



M. 



52 51 07 



53 24 00 



1908 

1871 

mo2 
1907 



Catoptric, Eevolving White ; 264 
greatest brilliancy e > e r y 
minute. Fog Alar m :— 
Compressed Air Trumpet, 
sounded 7 seconds, with in- 
tervals of silence 23 sees. ' 

'ron Towc, Occulting 4th 

order dioptric white light, 1 
7 seconds light 3 seconds' 
eclipsed. j 

Fixed White, 3rd order diop- 200 
trie. 



Occulting White, 5th order, loif 
showing alternately light 
and darkness of one second. 

Fog Alarm :_A Diaphone 
will give blasts of 5 seconds 
duration, separated by silent 
periods of 112 sees., thus : 
Blast, 5 seconds] Silent,; 
112 seconds. Blast, 5 sec- 
onds ; Silent, 112 seconds.' 



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14 



Neiofoundland Lights 



201 



record.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 






Kind of 
Lamp. 



Aigand 
Gas. 



-Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



John Cleary. 



All 
Seaward 



John Cleary. 



Do. 



Do. 



Upper Light, shown from 
the tower of the Congrega- 
tional Church. The spire 
of this tower form a Day 
Mark which will be readily 
seen just clear of the east- 
ern side of the square 
towers of the Catholic Ca- 
thedral. 

LowEii Light. — The struc- 
ture carrying the Lower 
Light and i3ay Mark, 
3 Heart shapes, all paint- 
ed white, is erected on a 
red brick building, distant 
301 feet from the end of 
the Eastern pier of the 
King's wharf. 



7 Argand j House White, root banded;!). Cantwell, 
Burners. red and white horizontal-' principal 



ly ; the lantern rises from 
centre. 



keeper and 
chief engineer 



J. Cantwell, 
keeper and 

engineer. 
W. Cantwell, 

assistant 
keeper and 

engineer. 



3 Wick 
Concentric 



Round Iron Tower, red, 28 ft. J. W^. Costello 

from keeper's house, which 

is wood, painted white 

with red roof. 
Square wood tower, with J. Devereux. 

sloping sides; keeper's 

wood dwelling connected; 

by covered passage 30 ft. ; 

all painted white. 
A new flat-roofed, one-story 

building, painted white, 

has been erected South- 

Easterly from the light 

tower. The Horn projects 

from the Southern side of 

this building. 



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J. Waddleton 



202 



Neiofounclland Lights. 



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Place. 



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Cape Fine. 



46 47 04 



S3 3 ' 45 



Point 46 54 28 53 36 40 
La Haye, St. 
Mary's Bay. 



Cape 
St. Mary's. 



46 49 34 



Point Verde, 
Placentia. 



47 14 " 



1851 



1883 



54 II 43 i860 



Fixed White, Catoptric. The 
intervening land being low, 
the light can be seen over 
it from St. Mary's Bay. 



314 



Fixed White, 6th order diop- 62 
trie. 



M. 
30 



54 00 19 



1876 



Revolving Cato-Dioptric first 390 
order, showing alternately 
a red and white light at in- 
tervals of one minute. 



Occulting White; about one 98 
second dark, two seconds 
light, alternately. 



23 



II 



Point Latine,47 18 4053 59 40 1904 Fixed Red, 6th order dioptric 42 i 10 
Placentia, | r t 



Newfoundland Lights. 



203 



Leading Dry Goods House. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building, 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



Do, 



17 Argand 
Burners, 



I Argand. 



12 Argand 
Burners 



Do. 



Do. 



Round Iron Light Tower, G. Hewitt.^ 
50 feet high, painted with 
red and white horizontal 
bands. Keeper's dwelling 
wood, connected with the 
Tower by a covered way. 
Store in rear. 

Round Iron Tower, painted Patk. Mooney 
with three red and three 
white horizontal bands. 
Bands are continued 
around a flat roof store in 
rear. 

Round Iron Tower, painted P. Houlihan, 
red. 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, T. Croucher. 
flat roof. Light Tower 
rises from roof of house. 



Wooden Tower, bearing N, 
E. 4 N. Mag. 4^ miles 
from Point Verde light- 
house. 

The Station comprises : 

I St. A wood tower, octa- 
gonal, painted red and white 
horizontal bands, two of each, 
the first upper band under the 
gallery red, the drum and 
lantern being white. 

2nd. A keeper's dwelling, 
flat roofed, sides white, roof 
black. 

3rd. A flat-roofed store 
sides white, roof black. 



Francis Foran 



T. English. 



204 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd.-Agents for Hamilton. 



Name of 
Place. 






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Lonjr Island, 
near Oderin, 
Placentia Bay 



47 17 40 



Iron Island, 

off entrance to 

Burin, Pla 

centia Bay 



Dodding 
Head, Burin, 



St. Lawrence. 

Allan Island, 
Lamaline. 

Green Island, 
off Lamaline. 
Biunettelsld. 
Fortune Bay. 



47 02 40 



54 42 00 



55 06 50 



1903 



Fixed White, dioptric 



1904 



Ft. 

2375 



Fixed Red Light, 6th order 118 
dioptric. It should be visi- 
ble in clear weather 8 miles 
in all directions seaward. 

The Fog Bell is permanently 
discontinued. 



47 00 26 55 08 43 185612nd order Revolving White 
' light (silvered reflectors and 
annular lenses), attains 
greatest brilliancy every 
minute. Owing to great 
height, this light is often 
obscured by fog when the 
coast is clear. 

55 20 00 1908 A Harbor Light, to be erected 
m 1908.' 

55 45 30 1879 Fixed White, 8th order diop 
trie. 



430 



46 54 00 
46 51 00 



46 52 30 56 05 00 1908 



47 -5 32 



55 51 so'1865 



A Fog Alarm to be establish 
ed in 1908. 

Cato-Dioptric. Flashing 
white light, attains greatest 
brilliancy every 10 seconds 
Obscured by the land from 
E.S.E. toS, 



64 



408 



24 



23 



Newfoundland Lights. 



205 



Brown Shoe Go. The Largest in the World. 



11 

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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



2 Wiclv 

Trinity. 



All 
Seaward 



170 



All 
Seaward 



6 Argand 
Burners. 



Argand. 



riie Station comprises : — 

(a) Circular Iron Tower 
and Lantern, painted white. 
{b) Keeper's flat-roofed 
dwelling connected to the 
North-western side of Tower 
by covered passage-way 44 
feet long, painted white. 

(r) A flat-roofed Store, 
13 feet North-westerly from 
dwelling, painted white. 

((/) A flat -roofed Store, 
112 feet below on the point 
of the Island, painted white. 
This Store may be seen when 
the lighthouse is enveloped 
in fog. 

A Square Pyramidal Wood 
T ower, 18 feet high, with 
flat-roofed keeper's dwel- 
ling attached to Northern 
side, all painted white. 



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



9 Argand 
Burners. 



Wood Octagonal Tower, 
painted red and white on 
alternate sides. 



Square Wooden House, 
painted white with red 
roof. The lantern rises 
from the centre of the roof 



Philip Power. 



Wm. Day. 



W. Cochrane 



M. Sparrow. 



John Darby, 



206 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd. ~'< American Lady" 



Name of 
Place. 



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Grand Bank, 
Fortune Bay, 



GarnisQi, 
FoituneJi'Bay. 



Belleoram, 
Fortune Bay. 

Eocky Point, 
Har. Briton. 



Pass Island, 

entrance Her 

mitage Bay. 



47 o8 oo 
Approx 



55 42 4° 



47 14 00 55 24 00 1885 
Approx 



1890 



47 29 00,55 27 IS 
47 27 30 55 47 45 

47 29 15 56 12 02 



Fixed Red, 6th order dioptric. 
Port Light. 



Fixed Red, 6th order dioptric 



1873 Fixed White, 6th order diop- 
tric. 



Gaultois 



St. Jacques 
Island. 



1873 



1879 



Fixed White, 6th order diop- 
tric. Not visible in a line 
with Harbor Rock. 

Fixed White, 4th order diop- 
tric. 



47 36 00 55 54 00 



47 28 0055 25 00 



A fixed Red Light, 6th order 
dioptric, is placed below the 
White light to distinguish 
the rocks and reefs extend- 
ing from Wolf Rocks, bear- 
ing (from lighthouse) S. 74, 
47 W. to Basse Terre Point, 
S. 61 33 E. The reef over 
the Wolf is about i:^ miles 
from the island. At a dis- 
tance of 41 miles the two 
lights merge into one. 

1885 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 S. W. 
by West, about 100 yards 
distant. 

iQoSjOcculting 4th order dioptric 
White light, 7 seconds light 
3 seconds eclipsed. 



28; 



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20 



35 7 
68 9 



281 



19 



267 . 



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207 



and '^ American Gentleman'' Boots. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building, 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



S. E. by 

iSouth 
Souther- 
ly to W. 



Duplex 



270 



300 
136.20 



do. 



do. 



do. 



2 wick 

Concentric 

I Argand 



All 
Seaward 



Duplex 



Square Beacon on Break 
water, 100 feet from end, 
painted red and white 
horizontal bands ; light 
bears W. N. W, f.om end 
of Breakwater. 

Square Beacon Tower of 
wood, standing at end of 
Breakwater, carrying an 
octagonal drum and lan- 
tern. 

Wooden Tower, painted 
white, on end of beach. 

Circular Iron Tower, painted 
red and white in horizontal 
bands. 

Wooden Houses, sides paint- 
ed white, with flat roof, on 
which the principal lan- 
tern stands. The one 
showing the Red light is 
14 feet lower and at the 
angle of the buildinjj. 



R. C. Forsey 



W. Reeves 



Circular iron Tower. 



Robt. Jenson 



A. Jenson 



T. Gaulton 



John House 



208 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd,-Rubbers 



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Place. 



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Ramea Islind 



47 30 30 



57 24 35 



Boar Island, 
Burgeo. 



Ireland Isld., 
La Poile Bay. 



Rose Blanche, 
Caine's Isld., 

entrance to 

Rose Blanche 

Harbor. 



Rose Blanche 
Point. 



Isle-aux- 
Morts. 



47 36 12 



47 37 52 



47 36 00 



47 35 48 



47 3'1 40 



57 35 13 



58 22 13 



58 41 55 



58 41 30 



58 58 



1902 Occulting White; equal pe- 
riods of light and darkness 
i^ Seconds. < Obscured by 
eastern head of Ramea Is- 
land. 



1874 Fixed Red, 4tli order dioptric 



1886 Fifth order Revolving White 
light, alternate flashes and, 
total eclipse attaining great- 
est brilliancy every twelve 
seconds. 



Ft. 
125 



1904 



187; 



207 



A Diaphone Fog Alarm, on 
the South Western end of 
Caine's Island at the en- 
trance of Rose Blanche 
Harbor. Changed in Feb- 
ruary, 1907, tosound 6 sec- 
onds, silent 15 seconds; 
sound 6 seconds, silent 93 
seconds. A fixed Red light 
is shown from the roof of 
the Engine house. 



Fixed White, 4th order diop- 
tric, showing all seaward. 



1902'Fixed Green, on Western end 
' of Pitman's Island. 



67 



95 



26J 



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Neivfoundland Lights. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



270 



Whole 
horizon. 



2 Wick 
Trinity. 



i;^, Argand 



168a 



2 Wick, 
Concentric 



Duplex. 



Cylindvical 1 r o n Tower, John Cheffey, 
painted spirally red and 
white bands. White fiat- 
roofed dwelling East of 
tower, connected by cov- 
ered way ; small white 
store, black roof, 50 feet 
South of dwelling. 

Buildings Wood. L i g h t E. Dicks. 
T o w e r rising from the 
gable of the house. Ver- 
tical parts painted white, 
roof red. 

Circular Iron Tower. Keep- James Simms, 
er's dwelling of wood, 
16 feet apart (W. S. \V. ), 
painted red and whi e al- 
ternate bands continuous 
round both buildings. 



The Station comprises : — John Garcin. 

I St A square flat-roofed 
Engine house painted alter- 
nately black and white hori- 
zontal bands, the iirst upper 
band being black. 

2nd. A square flat-roofed 
keeper's dwelling of wood 
I ainted white, roof black. 

3rd. A, square flat-roofed 
store painted white, roof 
black. 

Buildings granite, one sidejohn Cook. 

and one end painted in red 

and white vertical stripes, 
. roofed with slate. Light 

Tower at one corner. 



Light shown from a lens lan- 
tern on an open, wood 
frame, painted white. 



John Sartin. 



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210 



Newfoundland Lights. 



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Place. 



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Channel Head 

Port-aux- 

Basques 



47 33 49 



59 07 09 



Port-aux- 
Basques Lead- 
ing Lighis: 
(,i)FrontLight 



Port-aux- 
Basques Lead- 
ing Lights : 
(2) Rear Light 



1875 



Fixed •■c(l,4th order dioptric. 

Fog Alarm is a Diaphone, 
operated by Compressed 
Air, giving blasts of 3^ 
seconds followed by 114 
seconds silence. A flat- 
roofed white painted Engine 
house has been added to the 
Station, built to the .South 
end of the covered passage- 
way. The Trumpet projc cts 
through the Southern end 
of this building. 

Occulting White, giving equal 
periods of light and" dark- 
ness of I _^^ seconds. Shown 
from a square pyramidal; 
wooden tower (white) on 
S.W. point of Road Island. 
Elevation 22>^ feet. A fixed 
Rtd liglit (not visible from 
seaward) is shown from the 
orth and Western sides of 
the lantern, for ships leav 
ing the port. 



Occulting White, giving equal 
periods of light and darkness 
1? sees. Structure i.s like that 
on Road Island, and stands on 
the mainland, 400 yds. distant 
therefrom, N. W. by N i N 
mag.; elevation 81 feet. ' ' "' 

Port-aux-Basques Buoys have 
been piaced in .the following 
positions: Western Baldwin! 
Rock— A Spar Buoy,- pain ted 
black, surmounted by a cone. 1 
Moored in 3i ftms. Eastern' 
Bald wm-A Spar Buoy, paints 
ed red. Moored in-'3i iftms. 
bhoal lyin^ between the East- 
ern Baldwin and Road Island 
^ A bpar Buoy, painted white 
surmounted by an X. Moor- 
®^ .^°T?,- ^'i™!- Pancake Shoal 
—A Black Cask, moorsd in 2i 
rtm£. Tbese buoys ace lemqv'- 
ed during winter montJis when i 
anrt ice is about. 1 



Ft. 
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Newfoundland Lights. 



211 



Department.-AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All I 2 wick : Round Iron Ught Tower 
Seaward Concentric (white) and dwelling are 
connected by covered way, 
sides white, roof of dwel- 
ling red. A red brick 
magazine stands 30 feet 
N. E. of tower. 



E. Pike 



Wilson Vardy, 



019 



Newfo^indkmd Liglits. 



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Place. 





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Sandy Point, 

St. George's 

Bay. 



Frenchman's 
Head, Bay of 

Islands. 



49 03 45 



Lobster Cove 

Head, 
Bonne Bay. 



Keppel Island 
Port Saunders 



4i5 29 27 



49 36 09 



50 38 00 



Straitsof Belle 51 43 15 
Isle, Red Bay. 



5S 30 31 



58 09 35 



57 56 51 



57 19 00 



56 25 15 



1883 



1 901 



1897 



1901 



1906 



I Ft. 1 M. 
Fixed "White, 6th order diop-i 35' 7 
trie. To be altered to Oc- 
White. 1908. 



Fixed White. 4th order diop- 160 
trie. j 



Occulting White, 5th order 
dioptric ; \\ seconds light 
and dark alternately. 



Fixed White, 6th order diop- 
trie. 



Fixed White Light is exhibited 
from a lens lantern, hoisted 
to an open frame-work 
painted white, on western 
end of Saddle Island, and 
will be kept in operation 
during period of open navi- 
gation, or from June to 
end of December annually. 
Established as a Harbor 
Light only. 



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14 



Neivfoundland Lights. 



213 



Linoleums, Mattings, etc. 



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Arc. 


Kind of 
Lamp. 


Description of Building. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper, 


All 


I Argand 


Round Iron Tower; keeper's 


Mellidge C. 




Seaward 




dwelling attached to south- 
ern side of Tower ; Tower 
and Store painted red and 
white horizontal hands, 
3 red and 2 white. 


Messrrvey. 




Do. 


2 wick 
Trinity. 


Square Pyramidal Wood 
Tower, surmounted by n.n 
octagonal drum and lan- 
tern. The tower and dwel- 
ling painted red and white 
horizontal bands. 


M. Boland. 




Do. 


2 wick 
Concentric 


Round Iron Tower, painted 
white, 23J ft. high. Keep- 
er's dwelling 20 feet east- 
ward, connected to tower 
by covered way. Sides 
of the house and covered 
way, white ; roofs, black. 


Wm. Young. 




Do. 


Duplex. 


Square Pyramidal Wood 
Tower, surmounted by an 
octagonal drum and lan- 
tern, painted red and white 
horizontal bands. 


C. Pike. 
J. Yetman. 








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St. Mein Bay, 
St.- Anthony 

Harbor, 
White Bay. 



Canada Bay, 

Aiguillettes or 

Inglee Hr., 

White Bay. 

Jackson's Arm 
White Bay. 



Western Cove, 
White Bay. 



Seal Cove, 
White Bay. 



SI 22 oo 

Approx. 



SO 43 3C 

Approx. 



49 SI 4° 



49 47 lo 



49 S6 00 



55 33 oo 



Double Island,] 52 16 00 
off Battle Hr., 
Coast 
Labrador. 



White Point, 
N. entrance of 
Indian Tickle, 

C I^^brador. 



S3 34 30 



56 06 00 



56 44 30 



56 37 20 



56 22 30 



S5 32 30 



Ft. I M, 



1906 A Fixed White Light is exhibit- 
I ed fi'om a lens lantern in thej 
approach to St. Anthony Har-; 
bor, hoisted to an open frame- 
work painted white, and willj 
bo kept in operation during- 
period of open navigation, or 
from June to end of December; 
annually. Established as a! 
Harbor Light only. ; 



1906 



Do. Do. 

In the approach to Ingleo Har. 



I Do. Do. 

1906 On Southern extremity of Kast- 
ern Head. 



1906 Do, Do. 

On Northern Point of Cove. 



1906 



Do. 



Do. 



■ On the Northern extremity of 
Southern Arm Head, about 
! ai cables West from Church 
I Spire. 



1 90s I Fixed Red, 4th order dioptric 



1 26 



12 



56 01 00 190S Occulting White, alternate ^2\ 12 
periods of 7 seconds light 
and 3 seconds dark. 



Newfoundland Lights. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



Geo. Head. 



J. Pearce. 



H.T.Robinson 



All 
Seaward 



Do. 



2 Wick 
Trinity. 



Do. 



Keeper's dwelling wood ; J. T. ColLurne 
Circular Iron Tower paint- 
ed in alternate black and 
white bands, two of each. 



A fiat-roofed one story dwel- 
ling and a storehouse ure 
erected on the Korthern 
side of the tower. Tower, 
dwelling and store, paint- 
ed white. 



W. Bradbury, 



216 



Netvfoundland Lights. 



Use '^SaBiitas/' tlie Modern Covering 

The following Lights on Newfoundland Territory 



Name of 
PJace. 



=" be 






J' 



o 



Description of Ligbt. 



a 








o 


, ; 




iJ 


!^ 


?- 




oi 










_bo 

3J 




M 


1 



za 



Cape Ray (Ice 
report Station ). 



Cape Auguille 
Point Rich 



Flower Island 



Cape Norman 



1871 



47 37 00 



1871 



^lO 42 00 



59 IS 00 



57 24 30 



1899 



51 18 26 



Cape Bauld .. 



Belle Isle 

(Depot of pro- 

(visions for 

shipwrecked 

mariners). 



1871 51 38 07 55 54 06 



56 43 33 



Catoptric. Revolving White, at- 
taining greatest liriliiancy every 
20 seconds. 

Fog Alarm: A Diajilione, operated 
by compressed air; blast of five 
seconds every minute. Estab- 
lished 1872; changed 1906 

Light Station under construction 



1884 



51 38 50 



55 85 03 



1859 



51 52 52 



55 21 55 



Catoptric, Revolving White, show- 
ing two bright flashe.s with an in- 
terval of 15 sees, between them, 
followed by an interval of 30 sees, 
during greater part of which light 
is eclipsed. Complete revolution 
45 minutes. 

Catoptric. Revolving White light 
attains greatest brilliancy every 
half minute. 

3rd order Diojitri..', Flashing White, 
group of 3 Hashes every 30 sees, 
(flashes; at intervals of 6 seconds, 
followed by an eclipse of 17^ 
seconds). 

Fog Alarm: Diaphoue, operated by 
compressed air; blast uf 7 sees, 
every 35 sees Established 1890; 
changed 1907. 

Catojitrir. Alternating Red and 
White every 45 seconds. 

Fog Alarm: Diaphone, ojierated iiy 
compressed air; blast of 7 sees, 
every 45 sees. Estaiilished 1884; 
changed 1906. 

First order Dioptric. Fixed White 
light. 

Fog Alarm: 1st order double Siren, 
operated by compressed air; ndd' 
way between the upper ami lower 
lignts, 254 feet above the sea 
The blasts of the Siren.s are low 
ami high notes alternately, each 
of 2^ seconds duration, separated 
by a sii,-,it interval of 2;^- seconds 
II) every two minutes thus: Low 
note, 2i seconds; Silent, 2i sec- 
onds ; High note. 2i-. seconds; 
Silent ihtervaU 1V2-S seconds 
Established 1880; cha'uged 1S99. 



Dutport Road Botird^. 



217 



for Walls.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 

are Maintained by the Canadian Government. 



Tlhimiuated 
Arc. 



Kiud of Lan 



ip. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



All points 
Seaward. 



Do. 



Maminotli flat 

wick burner; 

constant level 

oil reservoir. 



Visible from 

all points of 

approach by 

water. 

Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Wooden Octagonal Tower, 
l)ainted white ; Iron lantern, 
red; white dvvelling and 
outbuildings, with red roofs, 
near by. 



White octagonal wood, with 
iron lantern red. White 
dwelling behind. 



E. H. Rennie 



N, Breton 



Duplex burners. White, scjuare, wood, with poly- J. Lavallce 

with constant gonal iiou lantern red. Dwel- 
levfl re.servoirs. ling attached. 

Incandescent White Cylindrical Iron Tower ; J. W. Camp- 
petroleum vapour White circular iron lantern bell, 
lam 11. : with red roof. 



From N. W. 
by N. round 
l.y S. to E. 
S. 



Mammoth flat 
wick; constant 
level oil reser- 
voir. 



Five mammoth 

flat wic-k lamps 

iu a cluster. 



White square wooden tower, 
surmounted by a red iron 
lantern ; dwelling attached. 



j Circular stone tower, covered 
I with clapboards painted 

white ; white dwelling at 

taehed. 



E. Fontaine 



J. L. Thibau- 
deau. 



d £ 
i-i a. 



lis 



218 



Netofoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONSy Ltd., for House 



The following- Lights on Newfoundland Territory 



Name of 
Place. 







(U 


=*- QC 


OJ 


rs 


o ^ 


^o ^ 




fit 






•^ o 


Longi 
We 



Description of Light. 



« 



(u 












Belle Isle, 
(Low Light). 



Belle Isle, 
North-east Eml 



1880 



1905 



Below 

main 

light. 

52 01 62 



55 15 08 



Poiut Amour, 
(Forteau). 



1855 



Greenly Island, 
(Blanc Sablou). 



Cape Race 



51 27 26 



56 50 28 



1878151 22 26 



1856 



I Ft. 
Catoptric. Fixed White 137 



2iul order Dioptric, tlashitig White; 137 
flash, \ secoiiil; eclipse, 10^ sees. 



Fog Alarm: Diaphone, operated by 
compressed air; blast of 3J sees, 
every minute. Estab. 1906. 



46 39 24 



2t)d order Dioptric. Occulting 
White, visible 16 seconds; eclips- 
sed four seconds. 

Fog Alarm: Diaphone, operated by 
compres.sed air; sounds 7 seconds 
every minute. The Fog Alarm 
building is 166 feet S. by E from 
lighthouse. Established 1875 ; 
changed 1906. 



57 09 52 2nd order Dioptric, Flashing White: 
flash I second, eclipse 2\ seconds.' 

Fog Alarm: Diaphone, operated by 
compressed air; blast of 5 seconds 
every minute. Established 1878; 
changed 1906, 

Hyper Radial light, 1st order Dio- 
ptric, flashing White, one flash 
every 5 seconds. 

Fog Alarm: Diaphone, operated by 
compressed air; sounds blast of 5 
seconds; interval 15 sees.; blast 
5 seconds; then interval of 35' 
seconds. Estab. 1872; changed' 



152 



53 04 20 



116 



165 



M. 
17 



17 



18 



16 



19 



KQTE-Belle Isle and Cape Ray Signal Stations 



NeAofmindland Lights. 



219 



Furnishings of Every Kind. 



are maintained by the Canadian Government. 



lllumiuated 



Kiiul of Lamp. 



Description of Building, 



Keeper. 



p 



W 



In approach- 
ing from the 
Gulf, 



Visible from 

all points of 

approach by 

water. 



All points 
Seaward. 



■ Silber' patent 

circular burner 

lamps ; constant 

level oil reservoir. 

Incandescent 

petroleum vapour 

lamp. 



Do. 



Do. 



Visible from 

all points of 

approach by 

water. 



Do. 



Incandescent 

petroleum vapour 

lamp. 



White square wooden Tower, 
surmounted by a red iron 
lantern. 



Red cylindrical iron Tower, red 
polygonal iron lantern. 



Circular, white, stone, covered 
with clapboards ; roof, red. 
Dwelling attached. 



Octagonal wooden Tower, paint- 
ed white, with red circular 
iron lantern ; white wooden 
dwelling .attached. 



J. L. Thiban- 
deuu. 



P. Thomas. 



T. M. Wyatl. 



Oct. Duboia. 



Round iron light tower, 46 feet Jno. Myrick, 
high, painted red and white 
in broad vertical stripes, now 
disused. Keeper's house at- 
tached, is square, painted 
white with red roof. The 
light tower is connected with 
the Alarm house by a covered 
way 250 feet long. New tower 
is a cylindrical reinforced con-i 
Crete tower, painted in red 
and white broad vertical 
stripes ; red circular iron lan- 
tern. I 



are included m Lloyds' system of Reporting Stations, 



220 Port-auX'Basc[ues Buoys — St. Pierre Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for Good 

Port-aux-Basques Buoys have been placed in the following positions : 

Western Baldwin Rock — A Spar Buoy, j^ainted black, (surmounted by a 
cone.) Moored in 3i fathoms. 

Eastern Baldwin — A Spar Buoy, painted red. Moored in 3i fathoms. 

Shoal lying between the Eastern Baldwin and Eoad Island — A Spar Buoy, 
(painted white surmounted by an X). Moored in 3^ fathoms. 

ST. PIERRE LIGHTS. 

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

The South Channel entrance to St. Pierre harbor is marked by two 
small fixed lights. One is white, illuminating three-fourths of the horizon ; 
it is placed on the rocks at Pointe aux Canons. The other is red, and is 
placed on the plain at the north of the town. The White light is 36 feet 
above the sea level, and is visible six miles. The Red light is 65 ft. above 
the sea level, and is visible three miles. The line connecting these two 
lights marks the middle channel. The Red light is so placed that as soon 
as it is seen on the left of Cape Aigle, vessels coming iVom Columbier, in 
beating into the N. E. entrance, will be clear of the Cape Rodrigue Shoals. 

Pointe a Leconte Light, situate on the west point of the Island of 
Dogs, 62 feet above the level of the sea, visible 7 miles. The light shows 
white between the bearings (from the tower) of S. E. | S. and S. i W. 
This white sector of the light marks tlie South-east passage, so as to per- 
init vessels which keep within this cone to avoid the Bataille shoal on the 
right and Cape Noir and Bertrand Rocks on the left. It shows red from 
S. W. J W., westward, to N. W. J W., and should be avoided by vessels 
entering by the S. E. passage. It will enable them when thev have quit- 
ted the Avhite cone to come to anchor in the Roadstead or in the Barachois 
by following the line of white light from Pointe aux Canons and of the 
red light from the interior of the town. 

Point Plate (Langlade) Light ; 1st order dioptric, visible twenty miles 
Latitude 46'' 48' 54" N. ; Longitude 56° 24' 10" W. Light Tower painted 
in black and white bands alternately. 

Cape Blanc (Miquelon) Light; revolving ; showing 10 seconds in each 
minute ; visible 16 miles. Shows white from North through W to S W 
covering the Seal Rocks with a red sector of light. It also lights the en- 
trance to Miquelon Roads, showing 230 yards north of the Chatte Shoals 
which are thus let 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 Point, Langlade. 



Department of PtMic Works. 



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^Department of ^ButiUc UDocfe^, 



Office : Departmental Building, Duckworth Street. 

Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 4 p. ni. 

Minister of PtMic Works — George W. Gnslme. 
Government Engineer — T. A. Hall. 
Secretary— M. T. Knight. 
First Gierk — James Harris. 
Second Clerk — Thomas Morris. 
Book-keeper — William C. Pearce. 
Stenographer and Tijpist — Ralph Buinham. 
Superintendent of Public Works — Wm. Churchill. 
Assistant Superintendent of Public Works — S. A. Churchill. 

Inspector of Outport Roads — 

Boad Inspectors — James Parsons, Patrick Murphy. 
Messenger — Michael Boland. 

Board of Works. 

The Minister, Chairman ; Right Hon. Sir Robt. Bond, P.O., K.C.M.G., 
LL.D., Hon. John Anderson, Albert H. Martin, M.H.A., and Wm. Duggan, 
Esqrs. 

Keepers of Halfway Houses, 

Salmonier Boad — Lawrence Murphy. 
Hearths Content-Carhonear— Charles Wright. 
Trinity-Catalina — Charles Mackay. 
Renews- Trepassey — Michael Lawlor. 
yNeiv Harbor Road — Mis. Peddle. 

Ferries and Ferrymen. 



Ferrymen. 


Residence. 


Course of Ferries. 


Charles Kennedy ... 


Woodv P't, Bonne Bay, 


Norris Point to Curzon Vil- 




St. Barbe District. 


lage, or Woody Point. 


Andrew Humber ... 


Castor River, St. Barbe 
District. 


Castor River. 


Zacharias Webber... 


Three Arms, Twillingate 
District. 


Little Bay to Three Arms. 


Ambrose Norris ... 


Three Arms, Twillingate 


Three Arms to Southern 




District. 


Arm. 


James Power 


Fortune Harbor, Twillin- 
gate District. 


Across Fortune Harbor. 


John Gillard 


Gillard'sCe, Main Tickle, 


Qillard,s Cove to Tizzard's. 




Twillingate District. 


Harbor. 



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In Flour^ we strongly recommend '^Our 



Ferries and Ferrymen. — (Continued). 



Ferrymen. 



Eesidence. 



Course of Ferries. 



Solomon Warr 
John Clench 



Samuel Brinston, sr. 
N. Peckford 

R. Chalk 



Abraham Grudger. 
Edward Hefferton. 

John Brenton 



Jones' Cove, Main Tickle, Jones' Cove or Main Tickle 

Twillingate District, j Cove to Merritt's Har. 
Change Isl'ds, Fogo Dist.iNorth to South Main Tickle 

Change Islands. 
Gander Bay, Fogo Dist. Gander Bay. 
Rocky Bay, Fogo Dist. Rocky Bay, Fogo 
Ragged Har., Fogo Dist. 

Deadman's Bay, Fogo Dis- 
trict. 



Windmill Brook, Cat Hr., 
Fogo District. 

Newtown, Bonavista Dis- 
trict. 



John Winters 
MoseS Hoskins 
John Critchley 
Adam Abbott 
Edward Blackwood 
Benjamin Hayward 
Jonas Pickett 
Wm. Handcock ... 
James Ryan 
Thomas Ford 
Thomas Late 
John Christian 



Ragged Har. N. to Ragged 
Har. S. or Musgrave Hr. 
Deadman's Bay Pond N._^to 
Deadman's Bay Fond S., 
or Deadman's Bay to Rag- 
ged Harbor. 
Windmill Brook to end of 

Road. 
Newtown to York, Bungy's, 
Hall's, Norris and Outer 
Pinchard's Island. 
Wesleyville, Bonavista Swain's Island to W^esley- 

District. ville. 

Pool's Island, Bonavista Pool's, Knee's, Brown's and 

District. Dyke's Island. 

Tinker's Id, near Greens- Tinker's Island and Main 

pond, Bonavista Dist. Island to Pool's Island. 
Greenspond, do. iShip Island to Greenspond 

and Newell's Island. 
Do. do. .Shambler Cove or Mainland 

to Greenspond. 
Badger Quay, Bonavista : Pool's Island and Greens- 
District, pond. 
Loo Cove, near Greens- Loo Cove to Greenspond. 

pond. 
Gooseberry Island, Bona-:One Island to the other. 

vista District. ' 

Fa|r Island, Bonavista iPair and Paul's Islands and 



District 
Salvage, Bonavista Dist. 



Sydney Cove. 
From Side to Side. 



Sweet Bay, Bonavista ISouthern Bay. 

District. 
Amherst Cove, Bonavista 

District. 
Trinity E., Trinity Dist. 



Trinity, Trinity District, 



King's Cove to Amherst 

Cove. 
Trinity East to Trinity. 



Trinity East to Southsjde. 







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'1/men 






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Ferries and Ferrymen. - 


-(Continued), 






FeiT} 


Muun. 


Residence. 


1 


Course 


of Ferries. 





George Dufilt 

James Baker 

Allan SiiiiLli 

John Simmons 

Edgar Nosewoitby 

(Acting) 
Samuel Dawe 

David Kenney 

Tlios. Meyers, jr. ., 

Patrick Duff 
Thomas Penney 
Pliilip Haley 

James Cose... 
Edward Doran 

Michael Stamp 

Wm. Lundrigan 
Michael Fagan 

Richard Gregory . 

Richard Gregory . 
James Butland 

Michael Meaney . 
Michael Doran 



Britannia Cove, Trinity 

District. 
Snook's Harbor, Trinity 

District. 
Elliott's Cove, Random 

Sound, Trinity Dist. 
Hickman's Hr., Trinity 

District. 
Harbor Grace, Harbor 

Grace District. 
Bay Roberts, Har. Grace 

District. 
Conception Harbor, Har. 

Main District. 
Cliappel's Cove, Hr. Main 

District. 
Holyrood, Hr. Main Dist. 

Do. do. 

Holyrood, North Arm, 

Hr. Main Dist. 
Aquaforie, Ferryl'd Dist. 
Trepassey, Placentiii and 

St. Marv's Dist. 
Holyrood,"'St.Mary's, Pla- 

centia and St. Mary's 

District. 
Peter's River, Plaeentia 

and St. Mary's Dist. 
Riverhead, St. Mary's, 

Plaeentia & St. Mary's 

District. 
Admiral's Cove, S.Mary's, 

Plaeentia & St. Mary's 

District. 



.Mussel Pond, S. Joseph's, 
Plaeentia & St. Mary's 
District. 
. ;Salmonier, Plaeentia and 
1 St. Mary's District, 
i North Har., via Colinet, 
Plaeentia & St. Mary's 
' District. 



Brittannia Cove to Bur- 

goyne's Cove. 
Snook's Hr. to Foster's P't, 

Whiterock, etc. 
Foster's Point to Claren- 

ville. 
Across Hickman's Harbor. 

Harbor Grace, Southside to 

Northside. 
Coley's Point to Bay 

Roberts. 
Kitchuses to South Shore, 

C. B. 
Chapel's Cove to Duffs. 

Duffs to Chapel's Cove. 
Holyrood Arm. 
North Arm to S. S. Holy- 
rood. 
Aquaforte to Fernieuse. 
West Side to Trepassey. 

Holyrood to Peter's River. 



South to North Side. 



Admiral's Beach to Colinet 
Island. 

Mother Rex to Admiral's 

Beach. 
Across Mussel Pond. 



King's Cove Landing to 

Mount Carmel. 
Across North Harbor. 



224 




Ferries and Fei 


rymen 






If 


your Raincoat 


is a 


'^Cravenette'^ 






Ferries and Ferrymen. - 


—(Continued). 


Ferrymen. 


Kesidence. 




Course of Ferries. 



Matthew Nolan 

Ambrose Power 
Patrick Mansfield 
Timothy Connors 
John Lake ... 

John McGrath 

James Foley 

Wni. Senior 

Daniel Dober 

J. Dober 

Patrick Han rah an. 

L. Power ... 

Joseph Mitchell . 

John Wiixon 
Edward O'Riellv . 
E. Walsh ... ^ . 

Martin Strang 
Charles Follett 

Wilson White 

Robert Ridout 
Andrew Harris 
Rich'd Hanrahau ., 



Rocky Rivor, near Coli- 

, net, Placentia and St. 

! Mary's District. 

Branch, Placentia & St. 
Mary's District. 

Placentia, Placentia and 
St. Mary's District. 

Clatice Cove, Placentia & 
St. Mary's District. 

St. Kyran's, Placentia, 
Placentia & St. Mary's 
District. 

Beck ford's River, Placen- 
tia & St. Mary's Dist. 

Placentia Sound, Placen- 
tia & St. Mary's Dist. 

Flat Island, Burin Dis- 
trict. 

Spanish Room, Burin 
District. 

Mortier Bay, Burin Dis- 
trict. 

Little Bay, Burin Dis- 
trict. 

Marystown, Mortier Bay, 
Bmin District. 

Collin's C'e, Burin, Burin 
District. 

Streets, Burin District... 

Corbiii, Burin Di.strict ... 
iLittle St. Lawrence, ! 

' Burin District. \ 

(Lawn, Burin District ... 
, Grand Beach, Burin Dis- 
' trict. 

Harbor Briton, Fortune 
Bay District. 



Across Reck}' River. 

Branch Gut, West to East 

Side. 
Jersey Side to Placentia 

Proper. 
Across the Cove. 

St. Kyran's. 

Across River. 

On Sound. 

Flat Islnud to Davis Island. 

Big Head, Mnrtier Bay. 

Across Little Bav. 

Little Bay to Spanish Room 

North Side to South Side. 

: Public Wharf, Burin, to 

! Step-a-Side. 

Spoon Cove to Path Kud. 

JAcross Corbin Harbur. 

{Across Little St. Lawrence. 

i 

Across Lawn Barrisway. 

From Side to Side. 



Harbor Briton, Fortune 

Bay District. 
Connaigre Bay, Fortune 

Bay District. 
Bay-du-Nord, Fortune 

Bay District. 



Jersey Har. S. S. to Jersey 

Har. N.S., thence to Har 

Briton. 
Harbor Briton, S. Side to 

N. Side. 
Harbor Briton to Hewiiit 

age Cove. 
Acro.-s Bay-du-Nord. 





Ferries and Ferrymen. 


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Ferries and Ferrymen.— (Continued). 




Ferrymen. 


Residence. 


Course of Ferries. 



Edward Bartlett 

Joseph Hackett 
Wm. Barnes, sr. 
Abraham Rose 



Coomb's Cove, Bay de Coomb's Cove to Little Bay 

L'eau, Fortune Bay 

Distiict. 
Knglish Harbor East. 



Bay D'Espoir. 



Across English Har. East. 
Across Bay D'Espoir. 
Little Bay to Coomb's Cove 



.. Little Bay, Fortune Bay, 

Fortune Bay District. 
Miss Jane Mauger... La Poile, Burgeo and La i Across Little Harbor. 

Poile District. 
Edward Hayward ...|La Poile, Bvrgeo and La Misery Point across Great 

Poile District. Harbor. 

.. La Plaute, Burgeo and Across La Plante Harbor 

La Poile District. 
.. Rose Blanclie, Burgeo and 

La Poile District. 



George Francis 
John Hardy 
James LeMoine 



Grandy's Passage to Burnt 

Islands and Main. 

. Rose Blanche, Buigeo and Harbor Le Cou to Petites. 

La Poile District. 

( D 1 1 -y- 1 1 r> jBaker's Tickle to Harding's 

Bakers lickle, Rose I t i i 

TDi 1 c p T island. 

Blanche, Burgeo & La „ ,. , „ , , c^ i 

o ■\ T\- ^ ■ P Harding s Harbor to Stroud 

Poile District. rp. , S' 

\\ iickle. 

Joseph Henwood ...I Burnt Island, Buigeo andlMain to Burnt Islands. 

La Poile District. ' 



Eli Stroud ... 



Grand Bay to Port-au.K- 
Basques. 

Little River, South to 

North Side. 
Grand River, Codroy, South 

to North Side. 



Mrs. Wm. Kettle ... Gravid Bay, via Channel 

P. Office, Burgeo and 

La Poile Disti ict. 
Alexander Mclsaac . Little River, Codroy, St. 

George District. 
Michael J. Ryan . ..Grand Rivei', Codroy, St. 

1 George District. 
William Moore ... Grand River, Codroy, St. Grand River, Codroy, S. S. 

George District. " ! to N. S. Gut. 
Angus Maclnnis ... Highlands, St. George 

District. 
Simon McEachren... Crabb's Brook, St. George 

District. 
James Morris ... Robinson's Head Brook, 

St. George District. 
John Bany Fischell's Brook, Saint 

George District. 
Alexander Young ... Sandy Point, St. George 

Diatu'ict. 



Across Highlands' Brook. 
Across Crabb's Brook. 
Across Robinson's Brook. 
Across Fischell's Brook. 
Sandy Point to ^outh Side. 



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Outport Road Boards, 



Our Post Cards include Tuck's Artistic 



Ferries and Ferrymen. — (Concluded). 



Ferrvnien. 




Course of Ferries. 



Levi Hulan... 
Joseph Henouf 
Charles Porrier 
William Kuth 



Middle Baraclioix, Carty- 
ville, St. George Dist. 

Little Barachoix Biook, 
S.S., St. George Dist. 

Flat Bay Brook, Saint 
George District. 

Curling, St. George Dist. 



Across Middle Barachoix 

Brook. 
Acro.'^s Barachoix Brook, 

S. S. Sandy Point. 
Across Flat Bay Brook. 

Curling to Summerside. 



Outport Road Boards. 
Labrador— 

\. Blanc Sahlon and l/anse au Olair — Wni. Durnaresq, Thos. Thom- 
pier, Francis Letto, John Thompier. 

District of St. Barbe— 

1. Trout River— -George Crocker, John McLean, Win. Parsons, John 
Harris. 

2. Norris Point, Bonne Baij— George Bugden, Jesse Humber-. Willie 
Clarke, Moses Reid, Timothy Reid, William Ryan. 

3. Eoclqi Harbor— James Shears, Arthur Watts, John Parsons, Wrn. 
Payne, Wm. Elsworth. 

4. Bonne Bay— J. P. Haliburton, A. Ingram, J. R. Roberts, William 
Wheeler, Jas. Hollahan, J. W. Roberts. 

5. Shoal Brook to Glenhurnie (both inclusive) — Richard Cain« Heniv 
Follett, E. McKenzie, Albeit White, Wm. Standlord. 

6. Green Point to C'oic Head— Jai?. Endicott, Thos. Knott, Jnc Gillev 
Absalom Decker, John Brake, Peter Payne, Eli Roberts. ' ' 

7. Cow Head—John Payne, Samuel Vincent, George Hutchings Wm 
Brown, Jesse Payne. & ' • 

a. Daniel's ifarto;— Cornelius Biggins, John Brophy, John House 
Af u- Fn^- '^'"""f^^-Abraliam House, James Ryan, 'Henry Rumbold, 
Michael Caines, E. L. Goff, X. Levers. ' 

10. BHcj Bay ami vicinity-T. H. Sheppard, Jno. Pittman, E. Caines, 
Jos. Apphn, S. Coombs. ' 

n. Currant Island— Ahr&ham Gihhons, James Williams, A Dredee 
George Coombs. " ' 

12. Floiver's Coi-e— Michael Lawless, Henry Way, John Wav Toshna 
Diamond, Patrick Walsh, Isaac Genge. >, -^o^^n waj, Joshua 

13. Savage Cove to Eddies Gove (inclusioe)— Kenneth. Rvder Tnn Xn*^ 

cot "Tif; V££ 'i:^iTs^-- °- ^^^^ 

14. CooJ:^I^arbor-Wm. Brewer Nath. Decker, Thos. Gates. 

15. Ma, Ha Bay to L'anse au Medee—Eenry Decker 

Jos. TtygfC. Mtt7,J''"'' '""'• ^■'""" H.'lta-, Jacob B„r«y, 



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17. St. Anthony — Wm. T. Boyd, Noah Simtns, Fred. OUerhead, Wm. 
Pilgrim, sr., R. Pilgrim. 

18. Goose Gove — H. C. Haines, Joseph Murrin, John Newell, sr., Tim. 
Sexton, sr., Alfred Powgll. 

19. St. Jnlien's — Timothy McGrath, John Bromley, Timothy Kear- 
ney, John Fitzpatrick, James Davis, sr., P. W. Bromley. 

20. Conche — B. Casey, J. Power, M. Casey, D. J. Flynn. 

21. Englee—1\\0K Elworth, Robert Gillard, sr., Noah Gillard, Shem 
Handcock, John Wilcox. 

22. Ganada Harbor — William Clark, Michael Hynes, John Reeves. 

23. Hooping Harbor to Gat Arm (both inclusive) — W. John Rendell, 
Geo. Newman, J. Nicholas, Wm. Cassell, A. Rendell, Thos. Rendell. 

24. North Side White Bay — Job Ford, James Reid, Joseph Combden 
J. Taylor, Alfred Pittman. 

25. South Side White Bay — John Jacobs, Thos. Rice, Geo. H. Pearce, 
Darius Jacobs, Simeon Jacobs. 

26. Fleur de Xys— Thos. Walsh, Fred. Noftal, John Walsh. 

27. Goachman's Cove — J. F. McCormack, Jas. McCormack, Elias Phil- 
pott, Jos. Aylward, John Downey. 

28. La Scie — Wm. A. Toms, Geo. Morgan, Elias Budgell, Jno. Clance, 
J. R. Toms. 

29. Groais Islands — Patrick Gardner, Anthony Gardner. 

30. St. Barbe Islands — C. Greenham, Jolm B'lrton, A. Booth. 

District of Twillfng-ate— 

1. Shoe Cove — T. Walshman, J. Harding, S. Martin, J. Dicks. 

2. Tilt Cove~J. Hearn, C. Coombs, E. Tilley, E. Roberts, W. Collins, 
J. M. Jackman, Job Randall, Robert Gates. 

3. SnooFs Ao-m—T. Stoodley. 

4. Indian Burying Place — Francis Bowers, W. White, A. Elliott. 

5. Nip2>er's Harbor S. G. Maidment, George Starks, sr., Arthur 

Noble, John Andrews, Nathaniel Noseworthy. 

6. Eastern Stocking Harbor to Rouqe Harbor — William Giles, Samuel 
Giles, Samuel Ridout, John Hounsell, Thomas Hounsell, Ed. Fleming. 

7. N. W. Arm, Green Bay — Azarilla G. Mills, William House, Noah 
Robbins, R. Mercer, sr., Jas. Martin, Eli Jennings. 

8. King's Point, Green Bay — Esau Thorns, Richard Bridger, J. Smith, 
H. Starks. 

9. /S. W. Arm, Green Bay — P. Upward, Is. Noble, Jesse Newhook, 
Sol. Roivsell, Thomas Burt. 

10. Rattling Bwok {S. JF. Arm, Green Bay)~A\hevt Bartlett, Enos 
Ludlow, Wm. Budgell, Job Randall, Geo. Chippett. 

11. Southern Arm, Green Bay — Jos. Gillard, Thos. Verge, Selby Verge, 
James Gillard, Adam Saunders, Daniel England, Job Wells. 

12. Jackson's Gove — Samuel Knight, Thomas King, John England, 
Lorenzo Newhook, John Wheeler, William Janes. 

13. Three Arms — D. Strong, James Norris, Fred. Strong, Job Wells. 

14. JFild Bight — Robert Young, Jonathan Young, Edward Brown, 
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15. Little Bay Mines— 'Richard Penney, P. J. Leary, T. W. Wells, 
R. T. Boyles, John Walsh, J. W. Boyde, M. Armstrong, Job Strong. 

16. St. Patrick's— John Delaney, Joseph Colbourne, John Joyce, Sanil. 
Hurley, J. R. Bouzan, John Mercer. 

17. S^mngdale— George Clarke, N. Peters, Walter Clarke, Joseph 
Anstey, Jos. Blackler. 

18. Little Bay Island— T. Thistle, Jas. Hibbs, Duncan Parsons, Geo. 
Mitchell, jr., John Wiseman, Robert Morris. 

19. Soidian's Cove — John Hull, John Hibbs, Elisha Hutchings, Alfred 
Locke, Robert Hull, Frederick Wiseman. 

20. Woodford's Cove— Geo. Osmond, Arch. Locke, Alfred Milley. 

21. Little JFard's Harbor — George Thomas, Theophilns Saunilers, J;i-. 
Inder, James Bennett. 

22. Boot Harbor— Simeon Thistle, W. J. Taylor. 

23. Robert's Arm~C. W. Warr, Mark Rowsell, James Pad<lick. 

24. Ward's Harbor— Wm. Shoit, Joseph Burton, John T. I'adilick, 
James Croucher, sr., George B. Paddick, D. J. Rowsell. 

25. Gutwell Arm — Kenneth Short, Reuben Croucher, Geo. Rid eon t, 
Samuel Hawkins, Samuel Croucher. 

26. Lush's Bight — Joshua. Parsons, Robert, SUide, .1. J. Roberts. 

27. Dark Tickle— 0. Burge, Geo. Fudge, James Fudge, Jo'-. Fudge. 

28. Nimrod and Triton — W. Enstrege, W. Vincent, Jos. Winsur. 

29. Newtoion {Sunday Gove Island) — Jolin T. Morey, B. Lear, Arch. 
Martin, Jasper Reid, Jacob Morey. 

30. Hcdl's Bay {North Side)— George Grant, Martin Williamson, Jno. 
Butt. 

31. Pilleifs Island — Gerald Whelan, Uriah Stuckless, John Purchase, 
Thos. Pride, G. LeDrew, John Guy, F. Locke, S. Anthony, Jno. Sherring, 
Thomas Moores, Arch. Rowsell, Luke Roberts. 

32. Card's Harbor— Thos. Roberts, Geo. Roberts, Jas. Vincent, John 
Roberts, Joseph Lush. 

33. Sojjp's Island— Jos. Curtis, John Dinney, Alb. Pennev, Ed. Pool, 
M. Anderson. 

34. Glover's Harbor— Kenry Rowsell, sr., Israel Rowsell, Jos. Martin, 
Jasper Marsh, George Marsh. 

35. Leading Tickles, £a.sf--Mark C. Alcock, Henry Andrews, Robert 
P. Alcock, John Loveman, Mark Loveman. 

36. Leading Tickles— N. Chippett, J. Haggett, J. Phalan, Uriah T. 
Martin, Wm. Lanning. 

37. Fleuries Bight— J osep]! Rice, James Llills, George Rparce Peter 
Mitchell. ' 

38. Xeiu Bay— J. Manuel, D. Spence, E. Boone, J. Moores, P. Moores, 
Thomas Clarke, Timothy Moores, Geo. White. 

.T., .^^\^- ^- ^™' ^<^'^''' Bay-Ghsis. Churchill, Frederick Moores, Thos 
White, Jacob Churchill, Kenneth Yates. 

w°- '^•^^■^'™'/^'^^^, -Say-Eli Stuckless, Ed. Cooper, Jas. Andrews, 
sr., Wm. H. Baggs, Joseph Shirran. 

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42. Fortune Harhor — Rev. R. Walsh, James Cfirroll, John Hamilton, 
John Shea, William B^'rne, M. Bjrne, Patrick Glavine (of Denis), John 
Davis, David Glavine, (D.) 

43. Northern Harbor — Hy. Hutchings, Daniel Dekker, John Hatch- 
ings, Joseph Hatchings, J. Downton, G. Sceviour. 

44. Exploits Harbor — J. Manuel, T. A. Winsor, G. Sceviour, Abm. 
Lilly, Geo. Lilly, Alp. Milley. 

45. Su-a7i Harbor — James Wells, Zephaniah Wells, Geo. Dawe. 

46. Northern Arm — W. Evans, P. Manuel, H. Lanorlon. 

47. Botwoodville — J. J. Dean, Alfred Jure, John Roberts, Abraham 
Mngford, Geo. Noseworthy, Harris Hayter, Jas. Barnes, Robt. Tarrent. 

48. Norris^ Arm — W. J. Spurrell, John C Hopkins, John Handcock, 
■John Snow, Thomas Sexton. 

49. Burnt Arm — Wm. Woolridge, John Elliott. 

59. Laurenceto^cn — Isaac Lidstone, Eph. Brown, Fred. Jewer, George 
Hutchings, George Manuel, Eli Bell. 

51. Scissor's CW— Absalom Chalk, James Snow, sr., Robt. Hayden, 
John Pardy. 

52. Leivisporte — N. Turner, Robert J. Small, Geo. Brown, William 
Russell, W. G. Wolfrey (James). 

53. Gamphelltoiun — William G. Hill, Cornelius Harnett, Jesse Snow, 
James Manuel, Ambrose Hill. 

54. Loon Bay — J. Roberts, F. Slade, Alfred Linfield, Robert Roberts. 

55. Birchij Bay — Samuel Mews, Jos. Quinlan, Jolin Canning, Richard 
Mews, Basil Osinond. 

56. Comfort Core — Reuben Cull, Simeon Cull, Ed. Connors. 

57. CotteU's Mand—Wm. Hy. Philpot, Charles King, Elihu Moors, 
Mark Hudford, Samuel Rideout. 

58. Black Island — Thos. E. Harris, William Dory, Richard Hamilton, 
Ambrose Hill, Joseph Barnes. 

59. Samson's Island — Stephen Janes, Samuel Potter, John Baker, T. 
Perry. 

60. — Farmer's Arm — Elijah Wheller, Philip Jenkens, James Boyde, 
George Gates, Thomas Wheller. 

61. Little Chance Harbor — Matthew C. Verge, Charles Young, James 
Jones, Thomas Osmond, Jabez Lowe, James Stride, Tlios. Boyd. 

62. Salt Pond — Jos. Bursey, Daniel Hodnott, John Snow, Solomon 
Stride, Az. Manuel. 

63. Moreton's Harbor — John Taylor (of Jos.), Leadore Rideout, Joseph 
Knight, J. Taylor, W. Taylor, A. Tones, J. Barnes, John Bennett, William 
Knight, John^Y. Small. 

64. Tir.zardsHarbor~R. Boyd, J. Small. 

65. Virgin Arm — K. Burt, John Hicks, Josiah Bowden, Wm. Price. 

66. Friday's Bay (South) — Wm. Gedge, Geo. Earle, Thomas Tizzard, 
James Burt, Joseph Burden, Wm. Ings, 0. Burt, Thomas Gosse. 

67. Trump Island— Silas Smith, Samuel Keefe, Charles White, F. J. 
Boyd, S. J. Smith. 

68. Carter's Gove — Richard Burt, Tliomaa Burt, David Dove, Kenneth 
Burt, Robert Small, John Hicks, Jonah Burden. 



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69. Twillingate—T\\omfiB Young, James Gillett, Philip Pippy, Abram 
Young, Joseph Stuckless, Benjamin Roberts, Levi Elliott, John Anstey, 
John Luther, Silas Burt, J. Gillard, jr., Ed. Smith. 

70. Herring Neck — James Crossley, Samuel Miles, John Edney, Benj. 
Torraville. 

7L Meiritt's Harbor — Andi'ew Powell, Sam'l Langdon, Elijah Elliott, 
William Hicks, Elijah Powell, John Card. 

72. Pike's Arm — Elias Stuckley, W. Rose, Ed. Richards, Jas. Hurley. 

73. BoycVa Cove — John J. Freake, Michael Burry, Jos. P. Newman. 

74. Beaverton—'E. S. Hennebury, Richard Elliott, sr., Edwin Pelley. 

75. Horivood {North <Sirfe)— James Hodder, William Hodder, George 
Steele, Jesse Hodder, Arch. Scammell. 

76. Glemcood — Garrett Kelly, W. H. Crowell, Daniel Blackmore, Geo. 
Perry, Andrew Porter. 

District of Fogo— 

1. Horwood {South Side) — John Blakey, Wm. Cull, Hy. Wills, Simeon 
Gillingham, Samuel Simmons. 

2. Change Islands— ¥. C. Earle, Samuel Saunders, S. Roberts, W. Tor- 
raville, JacolD LeDrew, sr., Thomas Elliott, sr., Arthur Scammell, Andrew 
Elliott. 

3. Island Harbor — Patrick Kenna, John Mitchell, Henry Hait, Jacob 
Ford, Thomas Thistle. 

4. Fogo~ls. Banks, H. Bennett, Robert Scott, A. J. Fitzgerald, W. 
Elliott, J. Dwyer, Thomas Humphries. 

5. Barr'd Island— \Y. Goodwin, J. Watkins, G. Wicher, R. Fennemore, 
Joseph Cobb, Andrew Mew, Rd. Hewlett. 

6. Joe Batt's 4fm— N. Brett, W. H. Brett, T. Fogerty, Geo. Miller, 
C. Freke, S. Newman, jr., C. Penton, John Coffin. 

7. Tilton Harbor— J. Burke, P. J. Brien, C. Lane, Peter Brauders, C. 
Greene, E. Sandy, C. Walsh, F. Mahoney, James Foley. 

8. Little Fogo 7s^an&— Jeremiah Donohue, Ed. Taylor, Jas. Purchase, 
James Pearce, John Cobb, Stephen Pinsent, Bertram Tulk. 

9. Seldom- Co me- By — Mark Harnett, W. Penney, George Pennev, T. 
Holmes, J. Dawe, Joseph Anthony, Jacob Rowe. 

10. Indian Islands— W. Perry, sr., A. Coish, E. Carnell, R. Collin?, 
sr., Lorenzo Collins. 

11. North Side, Gander Bay— Churles Francis, jr., Thos. Francis, John 
Squires, John Ball, Jas. Rowsell, F. Saunders, L. A. Francis, A. Gilling- 
ham, John Gillingham, jr. (of Robert). 

12. South Side, Gander Bay— J ai. Hodder, Francis Saunders Arthur 
Hodder, N. Blake. ' 

T 1 ^'^ Victoria Cove— 3. W. Webb, Edwin Toriaville, George Record, 
John T. Oke, Andrew Bursey, Tlumas Leat. 

14 Frederickton-'FK&'k Scott, W. Wheaton, J. Budden, Jos. Hodder, 
Isaac Thompson. ' 

T^r'i/'-i^''?''/'''^^^''™'"'^?"''^"' -^"^'^ ^*^"T, C.White, S. Parsons, 
Eh Steele, Sydney Greene, Edmund Tulk. 

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17. Miiagrave Harbor and Ragged Harbor — J. B.Wheeler, H. Burt, 
Stanley Abbott, Adam Bradley, John Whiteway, sr., Josiah Guy. 

18. JJotinij Cove — Wm. Pardy, Hugh Mowland, Janie.s Hicks, Walter 
Abbott, Tlionias Dyke. 

19. Cat Harbor — H. Bobbins, G. Parsons, G. Norman, R. Gudyer, J. 
Parson.'-, M. Gibbons, S. Hatcher, G. Blackwood, E. Gibbons, S. Gibbons, 
C. Parlous. 

District of Bonavista. 

I. Cape Frccls — Bishop Humphries, Jacob Andrews, Jesse Hunt, Jacob 
Stokes. 

•2. Pinehard'a Idand — Thos. Gill, Samuel Greene, Thomas Hounsell, 
Peter (iill, Philip Blackmore. 

3. Newtown— Vliimel Green, Jas. Heft'erton, George Sainsbury, Frank 
Andrews, Thos. Barbour, Geo. Barbour, Hy. Meleiidy, Ken. Ridout. 

4. Weshyville — Thos. Winsor, J. Winsor, S. Roberts, S. H. Hutchiiigs, 
A. Roberts, T. Green, P. Mullett, G. Winsor, Wm. Tiller. 

5. Valley Field — John Roberts, Joseph Kean, Samuel Shutton, Robert 
Green, Thomas Roberts. 

6. Pool's Idand — Benjamin Kean, Eleazer Kean, John Spurrel, Geo. 
Rodgers, Marshall Kean, Samuel Dyke, James Spurrell, David King. 

7. Portland — W. Attwood, Stephen Boorne, Peter Burr}', Philip Knee, 
Thomas Lane. 

8. Greenspond — S. Peckford, Nathaniel Way, T. Wornell, Jas. Pond, 
E. Carter, J. T. Oakley, Philip Batterton, Ken. Oakley, Wm. Peckford. 

9. Shatiibler's Cove — Arthur Vivian, Robert Burton, Daniel Bragg, 
John Burry, Samuel White. 

10. Fair Island — Job Hunt, Robert Fermage, Moses Cutler, Henry 
Rodgers, John Rodgeis. Wm. Button, A. Parsons. 

II. 8(. Brendan'a — W'yu. Ryan, J. Turner (of Wm.), J. Bridgeman, 
J. Hvnes (of Thos.), John Connors, .bis. Whelan. 

12. Burnt Island— Thu^. Kean, Thos. McDonald, John Kelly (of S.), 
Jos. Kean, James Hollahan. 

13. Gooseberry Island — John Parsons, John House, Job House, George 
Seymour, James Wells, jr., Jos. Perry, Rich. Cashin. 

14. Dt'cr /.5t«»i(?— John Tite, Samuel Felthani, John Glover, Charles 
Feltham, John Feltham. 

15. Hare Bay — Robert Farridge, Thomas Collin.s, Samuel Collins, 
Charles Parsons, Wn>. Brown. 

16. Mint Brook and Ga7)i6o— Simeon Osmond, Andrew Kelly, Peter 
Sullivan, James Beresford, Peter Cashin, Samuel Kelly, Patrick White. 

17. Samson — Henry Kelligrew, John Davis, Jas. Morgan, Stephen 
Ralph, Reuben Ralph. 

18. Alexander Bay— A. Janes, J. Ralph, R. Saunders, John V/ells, 
John Whelan, Robert Brooking, B. Davis. 

19. Salvcuje Bay—i\. Dyke, Stephen OkUord, R. Oldford, Lewis Squire, 
J. Scjuire. 

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21. Ha])]:iy Adventure— ^ohu^^loss, William Quinton, Jas. Handcock, 
Wm. Brown, Wm. Havward. 

22. Port Blandford— Geo. li. Plowman, Tlio^f. Greene, George Black- 
more, Roger Harris, Frank Stares, James R. Eowsell, N. Ford. 

23. Bumjan's Cove— Wm. White, Joseph Martin, John Oldford, John 
Burke, James Burry, Andrew Hobbs, Isaac Hussey. 

24. Gannincfs Cot-e— Abraham Penney, Wm. Penney, John Pitts, jr., 
John Simmonds, John Chatman, G. Penney. 

25. ChaiiottetoKn — Alex. Spracklin, Wm. Ford, Jonathan Abbott, 
Arthur Templemap, Simeon Spracklin. 

26. Bloomfield and Musgravefoivn- John E. Oldford, Wm. Greening, 
(of John), John Saint, James Little, George Reader, James Oldford. 

27. BrooMyn, West— Thorn :is Blundon, S. Matchani, G. Lethbridge, 
Isaiah Pye, David Diamond, Thomas Oldford, Thomas Dufl'ett. 

28. Brooklyn, East — Wm. Pye, W. F. Stares, Chas. Handcock, George 
Pye, William Coles. 

29. Jamestown — George Haines, William Yetman, Samson Handcock, 
Henry Reader, C. Haines, Thomas Moss, sr., Wm. Pike. 

30. Sv:eet Bay — John MuUowney (of Thos.), James Connors, Thonias 
Mahoney, sr., Nicholas Kelly, D. Dooley, sr. 

31. Southern Bay — Robert Prince (of Geo.), Robert Piince (of John), 
W. White, S. Yetman, John Pomeroy. 

32. Indian Arm — John Hundoy (of Ed.), Samuel Fry, sr., John Hol- 
lahan, A. Newell, Joseph Tilley, Thomas Whelan, John Humby. 

33. Plate Cove — Andrew Kehoe, James Lacey, James Walsh, Pierce 
Haney, sr. 

34. Open Hall — James Gould, Robert Gould, James Barker (of Jos.), 
John Moss (of Geo.), Jolm Moss (of John). 

35. Red Cliff— John Quinton, sr., Joliffe Quinton, John Ryan, sr., 
William Bowen, sr., Jacob Quinton. 

36. TirJdc Coi;e— Adam C. Skiffington, Wm. Russell, Michael Connors, 
Nicholas Kelly, William Taylor, James Lane (of Joseph). 

37. Keels— G. Elliott, W. Penney, T. Penney, John Ducey, A. Moss, 
J. Hobbs, Ed. Mesh, Jolm Murphy, sr., Henry Fitzgerald. 

38. Broad C'oce— Thomas Carew, Peter Donovan, Jolm Carroll, Mich'l 
Kenetick, Michael Griffin. 

39. Kinr/s Cove— Thos. Curtis (of Hy.), Michl. Martin, Thos. Devine, 
Stephen Brown, Jas. Hogan, Aubrey Brown, Wm. Brown (of John), John 
Barrett, Peter Barron. 

40. Stock C'ofc— Thomas Gallahue, Matthew Walsh, Edward Brennan 
Patrick Mahoney, jr., Matthew Aylward. ' 

41. K^iighl's Cove— J Ames nicketts, sr., Patrick Walsh (Pat) Joseph 
Hodder, Jos. Aylward, P. Ricketts (of James), John Ricketts, sr William 
Aylward. ' 

42. Neivman's Cove (Birchy Cove to Amherst Ooto)— Walter Brown 
E. W. Brown, Francis A. Edwards, John Terry, Geo. Rv^n s,- John 
Skefiington, s.., George B. Mifflen, Albeit Elliott. ' ' ' 

43. Bonavista-Dv. R. E. Forbes William Skiffington (of Jas.), John 
Templeman, James Way, John Tremblett, Thomas Abbott, James Well* 
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District of Trinity— 

1. Spillev''s Gove — Jolm Fleming (of Win.), Stephen Street, Maurice 
Fleming, George Chard, Gilbert Hayley. 

2. Ellidon — Robert Tucker, E.Tilley. VV. Hobb«, Tliouias Porter, Jas. 
Gough, John Goodland. 

3. Little Gatalina — Joshua Jolinsun, Aug. Ualton, John Dalton, Wni. 
Eddy, Simeon Stead. 

4. Gatalina — John Hunt, Job King, Mark Guy, James Murphy, John 
G. Stone, Ronald House, James Howell, W. Manuel, Francis Wiltshire, 
William Halfyard. 

5. Melrose — Edward Lane, R. Doody, Patrick Doody, jr., Wm. Cotter, 
William Doody. 

6. English Harbor and Salmon Gove — Martin Bugden. George Randell, 
John Walters, Obadiah Laiiig, George Barnes, H. E. Batston, R. Nurse, 
F. Gosse, Albert Freeman. 

7. Ship Gove and Robin Hood — JoVin Randell, Patrick Hanlon, Alex. 
Plowman, James Randell, Wm. Butler. 

8. Trinity East — Chas. Toulman, Wm. Fowlov, Robt. Miller, Richard 
Jones, Wm. Watts, R Woodman. 

9. Ti-Miiff/— Robert White, M.D., E. H. Maidnieiit, John Green, Jolm 
Hoskins, Elijali Morris, sr., Jolin Brown, J. Woodridge, sr. 

10. Bonaventure — Samuel Miller, Noah Miller, John King, James 
Miller, Zacharias Miller, Levi King, William Clark, Alfred Bailey, Levi 
Short, Theo. King. 

11. British Harbor — Eli Gardner, Noah Gardner, Thos. N.Gardner, 
Adam Bannister, Job Wiseman, Orestes Vokey, Peter Leonard, Noah J. 
Gardner, George Leonard, Thomas Leonard (of Thos.) 

12. B\n-(joyneh Gove — Levi Rogers, Geo. Stephens, Joseph Steel, Geo. 
Ivany, John DutRtt, Cornelius Pitcher. 

13. While Rock — Ronald Stone, Wm. Gudger, Abraham Stone, Wm. 
Franipton, John Dalton, Joseph Dalton, William Reid. 

14. Broad Gove — Thomas Pelley, James Pittman, Simeon Tilley, Alex. 
Gardner, James Strong. 

15. George's firooi-— Edmund Pelley, Wm. J. Adams, F. Pelle}'. 

16. Snook's Harbor — John Baker, D. Phillips, Wm. Ryan. 

17. Britannia. Gove — Robert Currie, Charles Late, J. Taverner, Benj. 
Bugden, Joseph Pittman. 

18. Ireland's Eye — E. Cooper, J. Toop, J. Ivany, Wm. Watton, Eli 
Toop. 

19. Deer Harbor — E. T. King, Jesse Crocker, John G. Penney, Wm. 
J. King, Edward Whelan. 

20. Thoroughfare— 3. Mills, Thos. Mills, J. Whelan, J. Brown, Geo. 
Mills. 

21. Hickman's Harbor — Jas. Penney, Wm. Critch, Hezekiah Blundon, 
Joseph Pilley, Stephen Blundon. 

22. Broad Gove (Smith Sound) — Simeon Tilly, James Pittman, Robert 
Samson, James Pelley, sr., Albert Stone. 

23. Foster's Point— John Pelley, Theo. Hart, Samuel Gooby, James 
Eeidi Wm. Ad^, S. Hart, 

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24. Elliotth Gove to the Bar—Jas. Blundon, Olishem Maidment, Jethro 
Pellev, John Gooby, Aaron Smith. 

25. Shoal Harbor and ClarenviUe— J iiiues S. Butler, Richard Stanley, 
Charles Clench, George Balsoni, E. Snmnieri*. 

26. Deep Bight and Lee Bight— Simeon Hanis, Edward Adey, Sanniel 
Short, Wm. Avery, Geo. Cooper. 

27. Northern Bight— \Nm. Churcliill, Eduiiind Benson, Jno. Churchill, 
Ambrose Brewer, Thos. Stentaford, Eleazer Benson, Simeon King, Aibert 
House. 

28. Queen's Cove— Josiah Gooby, Simeon Gooby, Wm. Morris. 

29. Long Beach — Thomas Gosse, Alfred Vey, Stepben Burtitt. 

30. Hodge's Gove— iohn Peddle. John T. Drodge, Simeon Smith, Mark 
Peddle, J. F. Smith. 

31. Fox Harbor — Hy. Lambert, A. Hiscock, Jas. Langer, Jno. Balsom. 

32. Little Hearfs Ease — Jonas Stringer, Alex. Benson, Jonas Soper, 
W. T. Shaw. 

33. Heart's Ease — Benjamin Smith, Moses Spurrili, Patrick Seward. 

34. at. Jones (Within) — Geo. Smith, John Blundon, Absalom Price, 
Eli King, Bobert Miller. 

35. tit. Jones (Without) — James; Hiscock, Charles Green, Jolin Green, 
Caleb Green, Samuel Green. 

36. Bay Bulk' Arm — John Williams, James Drover, Mark Rockwood, 
Robert Piercey, James Hutchings. 

37. Chance Cove and Rantem — Robt. Smith, Eli Rowe, Josiah Warren, 
Jolin Clarke, Thomas Warren. 

38. Bellevue — Uriah Thorne, John Fahey, Owen McCarthy, John 
Lynch. 

39. Norman's Cove — Michael Power, Geo. Newhook,' George Temple, 
William Thorne, James Thorne. 

40. Chapel Arm — George Warren, Reuben Reid, Thomas Power, sr., 
William Smith, Michael Power. 

41. I^iWo— John Brazil, Thomas Moore, Martin Smith, Walter L. 
Moore, Sidney G. Moore. 

42. New Harbor — John Newhook, Robert Woodman, George Bu=sey 
Eli HiUier, R. F. Crawford. 

43. Witless Bay— John Bryant, John H. Jackson, Wm Legge, Moses 
George, Henry Burgess. 

44. Green's Harbor to Hopeall — Stephen G. Bennett, Eleazer Burt 
Ananias March, John Cooper, Joseph Pearcey. 

45. Cavendish— John Bryant, John H. Jackson, Eliel Jerrett. 

46. Heart's Delight— J ame? Wiseman, Samuel Humphries, Edmund 
Harnum, Samuel Legge, Stephen Reid, Wm. Crocker, E. Legge. 

47. Heart's Desire— J &mes George, John Clarke, Jos. Lahey, Edmund 
George, Henry George. 

48. Heart's. Content— Amhrose M. Young, Moses Moore Wm Percev 
John Butler, James Murphy. " "^' 

49. Sibky's Cove— Thos. Sparkes, Simeon Squires, Jas. Sparkes, Elias 
Barnes, James Lambert. r i ^^ 

50. Nm Parlidan^-U. Smith, jr., Jas. Peddle, John Ho^vell, Richard 
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51. Turk's Cove — Peter Jos. Carbery, Henry Deane, Philip Moores. 

52. Scilhj Cove — A. Kelland, Robert Pariott (of P.). John Piercey, 
E. Green, E. Andrews. 

53. Hani's Harbor — William Soper, Enoch Green, Moses Tuck, T. G. 
Leahy, Elias Critch, Obadiah Strickland. 

54. Seal Cove — Josiali Harris, Moses Harris, Herbert Single. 

55. New Melbourne — Wm. J. Button, Wni. H. Goodwin, Jno. Driscoll, 
Ambrose Harris, sr., Wni. Rowe. 

56. Lance Cove — John Browne, Archibald Matthews, John Thorne, 
Edward Bursey, Ambrose Matthews, John Austin. 

57. Lead Cove — Abraham Button, James Lambert, Eli Squires, James 
Sparks, Simeon Squires. 

58. Pdaketown — N. Osborne, J. C. Smith, William Jones, W. Drover, 
A. Brown. 

59. Whithourne — John Walsh, Thomas Noseworthy, Arch. Brown, 
Henry Kilpatrick, Wm. Wells, E. Noseworthy. 

District of Bay-de-Verde (County Councils)— 

L Old Perlican — Uriah Bursey, Wm. Day, John Coombs. 

2. Lower Island Cove — Herbert Lewis, Joseph Turner, Geo. Bussey. 

3. Blackhead— 'Nicholn.i' Moran, J. B. LeGrow, James Short, R. H. 
Hudson, Joseph King. 

4. Freshicafer —John Parsons (ot Jos.), J. M. Butt, Jos. P]vely. 

(Road Boards). 

1. Orate's Cove to Bed Head Cove, both inclueive — Peter Noel, Joshua 
Benson, Josiah Cooper, Thomas Hyde, Patrick Doyle. 

2. Bay-de-Verde to Low Point, both inclvsive — Denis Noonan, John 
Noonan (of Denis), Jas. Fleming, Moses Blundon, jr., S. Blundon, Maurice 
Hearn. 

3. Red Lands to Burnt Point, both inclusive— PaVk Kinsella, William 
Haliday, Michael Colford, Thos. Tucker (of Thos.), John Murphy (D.) 

4. Gull Island to Northern Bay, both inclusive — D. Doyle, J. March, 
W, Howell, Wm. Butler, Frederick Puddister. 

5. Smooth. Cove to Western Bay, hotli inclusive — Eli Crummy, John 
Sillars, Geo. H. White, John Walsh, Lorenzo Crummy, Mark Butt. 

6. Perry's Cove to Salmon Cove, both inclusive — James Case, William 
Parsons, Thomas Wareham. 

District of Carbonear- 

1. Victoria Village — Geo. Powell, Ananias Antle, Joseph Baldwin. 

2. Mosquito — John Thoraey, John Peddle. 

3. Oarbonear — William Pike, Josiah Mahoney, Rich. Badcock, Lemuel 
Taylor, Robert Baker, William Henry Clarke, James Redmond, Patrick 
McCarthy, John Riley, Michael Harrington. 

District of Harbor Grace - 

1. Harbor (.Trace (Proper) — Augustus Pynn, John Mackey, John 
Walker, John McCarthy, H. C. Watts, John A- Nash, Jordan Sheppard, 
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2. Harhor Grace (South Side)~'Wm Ryau, James Parsons, of G., Alex. 
Shepparri, Wm. Noel, William Callahan. 

3. Bryant's Cove — Simeon Noseworthy, Henry Noseworthy, Linns 
Hayes, James Hearn, Ambrose Stone. 

' 4. Uiyper Iseand Cove—W. H. Young, John Reid, John Lundrigan, A. 
Drover, Wm. Gieely, Sol. Jones, Rev. ¥. Smart, J. T. Jones. 

5. Bishop's Cove— Israel Smith, William Smith (of Geo.), Matthew 
Menchins (of M.), Geo. Fred. Barrett, Wm. Noseworthy, Martin Gos.se. 

6. Tilton— Stephen Gosse (of Sol.), John Fitzgerald, Wm. Chipman, 
Jonathan Brown, J. Jeanes. 

7. SpaniarcVs Bay — Jesse Gosse, Solomon Gosse (of Wm.), Ed. Ryan, 
Benjamin Strickland, John Barrett, Wm. Noseworthy, Martin Gosse. 

8. Shearstoum - Patrick Butcher, Ebenezer Sparks, James Titford, 
Thomas Sparks, John Badcock, John Parsons, Stephen Earle. 

9. Bay Roberts — Geo. Dawt^oii, Augu.stusC'alpin, Edward Sparks, Win. 
Cleary, George Mercer, W. H. Greenland, John Evans, Joseph Snow, .John 
Mercer, (of Eli. 

10. Coley's Point — Wm. Parsons, Roliert Parsons, John Curnew, Win. 
Earle (of Isaac), Jolm Kelly. 

District of Brigrus and Port-de-Grave— 

1. Port-de-Grave (Proper) - W. G. Bussey, Julin Mugford, W. H. 
Richards, Nathaniel Mugford, Samuel Effort, Robt. Hussey, (C), Matthew 
Petten. 

2. Clarke's Beach— W. H. Jerrett, Rich'd Farrell, Jos. Moires, William 
Snow (ot Abm.), Charles Mugford. 

3. Ship Cove — John T. Andrews, Samuel Dawe, Reuben Snow, Robt. 
Porter, Z. Dawe. 

4. Bareneed — Thomas Moor.s, Abram Sealey, John French, Wm. J. 
Thompson. 

5. North River — Henry Dawe, John Crowley, Wm. Fillier, John 
Cummings, James Snow, Jacob Hall, of Jacob. 

6. South River — William Flynn, James Abbott, sr., Wm. Wells, Jos. 
Wilson, Archibald Reid. 

7. Cupids—Richard Power, Josiah Badcock, James Dunn. J. Kellv 
W. LeDrew. 

8. Burnt Head— Elijah Bishop, sr., Jno. Bishop (of John), Jno. Dawe, 
Wm. Fowler (of Robert), Elisha M. Bishop, Thomas F. Bishop. 

9. jBngfws— George Butland, William Rose, John Brien, John Clarke, 
Thomas Mosdell, Jas. P. Hearn, Robert Bartlett, John Hanrahan, Albert 
Harvey. 

District of Harbor Main— 

1. Colliers- Samuel Whelan, L. Whelan, R. Ganey, P Learv C 
McCue. .. > • 

2. Ttirk's Gut, English Cove- -Jos. Fry, Chas. McCue, Denis Ryan. 

3. Conception Harbor, including Bacon Cove~Ja.&. Kelly, W Keating 
Patrick Buck, Patrick Kennedy, R. Kenny, James Costello. ' " 

Tir 4. fla?-6orMawi (Prober)- John Sullivan, Patrick F, Brick, Patrick 
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5. Avondale — R. Devereux, P. Moore, M. Hennessey. 

6. CJiapeVs Gave — Martin Myers, James Kennedy, Thos. Hawco, Wni. 
Duggan, Patrick Crawley, Thomas Sliney, Rev. J. Rowe. 

7. Holyrood — Michael Diuipliy, John O'Neill, Jani's Bntler, John F. 
Carney, R. Dw3^er, James Qitinlan, P. MiiUowney. 

8. Horse Gove to Indian Pond — Jos. Da we, Jos. Fowler (of John), Jas. 
Morgan, VVni. Mercer, jr., John Lawlor (Horse Cove), Charles Haines, 
William J. Morgan, Charles Dawe, W. Swansboroiigh, Richard Dearin, 
George Fagan. 

District of Ferryland— 

1. Bay Bulls— P. Williams, Wm. Mulcahy, M. Williams. 

2. witless /)'«?/— James Burke, D. Tobin, A. O'DiiscoH. 

3. MoW^— Willian) O'Driscoll, John Fitzgerald, Ed. Murphy, Robert 
Davis. 

4. Toad's Cove to La Manche—M. Power, M. Colbert, T. Reddix, N. 
Power, P. Ronayne. 

5. Brigus (South) — J. Byrne, M. Gregory, John Badcock. 

6. Cape Broyle — John Cashin, John Williams, John Brine, Thomas 
Ryan, John Dalton, Thomas Morrissey. 

7. Aquaforte—ii. C. Winser, M. Meagher, P. Brine. 

8. Ferryland — Joseph Kinsella, Nicliolas Staffor'^, Michael Keough, 
John Tobin, William Johnson, Thos Costello, Michael Slane}'. 

9. Caplin Bay — Robert Swain, John Power, J. Clancey. 

10. lieneios, Fermeuse, and Broad Cove— Rev. J. Walsh, R. Qninlan, 
J. Button, M. Sheehan, Jas. Jackman, John Morry, Patrick Fennelly, 

District of Placentia and St. Mary's— 

1. Drool and Long Beach — Thos. Neil, Jos. Perry. Patrick St. Croix. 

2. Trepassey — George Waddleton, Richard Neil, Francis Curtis, Thos. 
Kennedy, sr., Thomas Sutton (Michael), W. D. Pennell. 

3. St. Shott's—John Molloy, si-., Thomas Finlay, John Finlay. 

4. Peter's River) — David Hicks, David Molloy, L. W. Ijimdrigan, Wm. 
Mandeville. 

5. Ho?i/roo(Z— Peter St. Croix, E. Gibbons, D. Power, W. Gibbons, 
P. Stamp. 

6. Gashier and Point La Haye — Richard Critch, Patrick Tobin, M. 
Bishop, John Critch, sr., Michael Gahill. 

7. St. Mary's— John Walsh, Jas. Molloy, Denis Woods, Geo. Meehan, 
Patrick Peddle, James Brown, James Walsh. 

8. Eiverhvad, St. Mm'i/'s— Michael Fagan, Michael Daly, D. Corcoran, 
P. Nagle, Patrick Delucry. 

9. Mai Bay — Michael Rourke, Jas. Rourke, Michael Ryan, Jas. Daly. 

10. St. Marij's Bay {West Side) — T. J. Liuahan, P. Bonia, P. Downey, 
T. Li nab an, T. Evoy. 

11. Colinet Island — James Dalton, Alban Doody, Bernard Doody, Jno. 
T. Power. 

12. Salmonier — Tobias McGratb, Francis Curtis, J. C. MHcDonald, 
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13. Muasel PonrZ— John T. Pewers, Stephen Butlin, John Hanlon 

14. Salmonier (North Side) -Michael A. Nolan, John Marcy, William 
Dakin, Patrick Hurley, John McDonald. , ^ ■ i i i 

15. CoUnd-Midmel Keefe, Wm. Davis, jr., Michael Linahan, John 
Didham, Patrick Downey. 

16. John's Po7id~-J ohn Linahan, Daniel Linahan, Amb. Linahan. 

17. North Harbor-S. Bonia, P. Ryan, B. Bonia, J. Power, Michael 

18. BecJcford~J ohn Whelan, Wm. Heffernan, P. McGrath, Patrick 

Downey. ^ , t. d i 

19. Branch (Cape S/iore)— Patrick Nash, Henry Roach, B. Koiirke, 

John Power, E. English. 

20. Point Lanco^'R. J. Careen, jr., N. Careen, John Careen, sr.. Ml. 
Careen, sr., Philip Careen. 

21. Patrick's Cove— P. B. McGrath, M. McGrath, Jas. Doyle, Patrick 
Coffev, James HoUett, John Finlay. 

22. St. Bride's—Anthnxij Lnndrigan, John Doyle, Anthony McGrath, 
Ed. Conway, John T. Young. 

23. Barrisumi and Ship Cove—YA. Keefe, Jas. Foley, Thos. Tobin. 

24. Point Ferrfe—Wm. Greene, jr., N. Carroll, John Rowe, Thomas 
Greene (Wm.), J. J. Greene. 

25. Plarentta—'S. Cosgrove, John Mooney, James Clancey, Patrick 
Keefe, Nicholas Hendrick, John Grace. 

26. S. E. Arm, Placentia-L. Keefe, W. McLennan, W. Barron, L. 
Brien, .J. Lannon, J. Kelly. 

27. Placentia SonnxZ— Richard Dormidy, George Ryan, John Cun- 
ningham. 

28. Jo'sey Side and N. E. ^rai— Andrew Whelan, John P. Bradshaw, 
John Mansfield, James Kelly. 

29. DiMn'iWe— Thomas 'Griffin, Maurice Power, Peter Power, Peter 
Griffin, Tiioinas Smith, J. Connors, James Hartley. 

30. Eamh Island— M. Bruce, N. Bruce, P. Murphy. 

31. Argentia — Rev. J. J. St. John, Patrick Ledwell, James Houlihan, 
Patrick Cleary, P. Hunt, Wm. Dunpliy. 

32. Fox Harbor — Richard Davis, Patrick Murphy, John Sampson, Jas. 
Haley, John Davis, Michael King. 

33. Ship Harbor — Patrick Meade, John Fitzpatrick, Hy. McFarline, 
Patrick Murphy, Michael A. Griffiths. 

34. Long Harbor — Daniel Bruce, Peter Keating, Denis Murphy. 

35. Tfinney and Famish Coves — John Collins, George Gilliert, John 
H. Crann, John Crann, Richard Crann. 

36. Little Harbor — John Dicks, George Upshall, Wm. Dicks. 

37. La Manche and Southern Harbor — Maurice Best, Joshua A. Pretty, 
Michael Best, James Flynn, George Rose. 

38. Arnold's Cove — Walter Bontcher, S. Adams, Jos. Adams. 

39. CWe-6?/-(7/irt?ice—Stephen3 Adams, James Gilbert, Arch. Gilbert, 
James Eady. 

40. Black i2ii;e>— Thomas Best, A. Jameson, J. Crocker, Henry Beck, 
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41. Harhor Bujfett — Archibald Upshall, Thomas Dicks, John Miller, 
John CoUett. 

42. CoUett and Hay Cove — Henry Button, Geo. Button, Hy. Ingram. 

43. Sound Island — Walter Beck, Jo.siah N. Briuston, Michael Brown, 
Hy. Biinston, V/m. H. Beck. 

44. I'Voody Idand — J. B. Williams, Patrick Marooney, Heman Wil- 
liams, Thomas William.?. 

45. Barron Island — Patrick Brown, John Flyun, Martin Flynn, John 
Shea, Wm. Nugent, James Brown. 

46. Crmdey^s Island, Sibley's Cove — Alphonsus Murphy, Augustine 
Nolan, Peter Keating. 

47. Hai/sfack — W. Cothn, Thos. Drake, T. Boutcher, Albert Gregory, 
(Jharles Gilbert. 

48. S'pcncers Cove — A. Hollett, Alberto Wareham, Walter Boutcher, 
William Berkshire, Malcolm Boutcher. 

49. Mussel Harbor Arm, — Geo. Rodway, Josiah Boutcher, Wm. Green, 
Alfred Rodway, Joseph Hann. 

50. Mussel Harbor — John Miller, M. Hann, James Barrey. 

51. Brewley — Wm. Emberley, P. Traverse, Peter Traverse, P. Bennett. 

52. TacFs Bearh—Wm. H. Brown, Benj. Foote, Jas. Brown, William 
Monks. 

53. GauUon's Island — John Warren, John Dowden, Wm. Williams. 

54. Ragged Island — Jas. Reid, Wm. Mitchell, Hy. C. Brown, Samuel 
Best, Wm. Haynes. 

55. Merasheen — Patrick Ennis, Joseph Pittman, James Rose, Denis 
Jos. Trowbridge. 

56. N. W . Ann, Clatise Harbor— John Barsons, Jas. Parsons, Thomas 
Carroll. 

57. Clatise Harbor~Wm. Ftfllett, John Follett, Wm. Parsons, Peter 
Penney, Peter Connors. 

58. Isle Valen—Wm. F. Lockyer, Edward Gaulton, Jas. Bennett. 

59. St. Ky rail's— G-a.net Hickey, Jos. Collins, John Leonard, William 
Oollin.s, John Lake. 

60. St. Ann's — James Collins, Joseph Wakehani, Michael Masters. 

61. Presque and vicinity — John Ryan, Denis Ryan. 

62. Red Island — Garret Ryan, P. Dunphy, Jer. Ro.se. 

63. Paradise — Wm. Ryan, John Byrne, Mat. A. Power. Wm. Pearson, 
sr., Martin Byrne. 

64. Little Paradise — Thomas Ryan, Michael Brennan, Ml, P. Brennan. 

65. S. E. Bight— John Dunphy, Wm. Hines, S. White. 

66. Monkston— John Peddle, Samuel Monks, Wm. J. Ford. 

67. Chandler's Harbor — John Pittman, P. Dunphy, Ed. Hunt. 

68. Petit Forte— P. Hayden, J. Wakeham, P. Cheeseman, W. Brown. 

69. St. J osejjh's— Joseph Brown, John Picot, P. Brown, Maurice King_ 

70. Bay de Lieu — Jos. Bailey, Thomas Burton, Thomas Day, Patrick 
Walsh. 

71. Oderin — Chas. Bailey, Jas. Murphy, John Williams, Robt. Mur- 
phy, S. Drake, John Drake. 

72. Little Harhor — Richard McGrath, Thomas Manning, Th'omae 
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73. Boat Har&or— Wilson Denly, Samuel Singer, Wm. Melay, Eichard 
Fewer. 

74. Parker's (Jove — James Smith, Samuel Butler, John Foote. 

75. Baine Harbor— John R. Roclway, T. May, John Rodway, Levi 
Mundeii, John Clark, Tbos. Smith, J. E. Burgess. 

76. Burnt Islands — Joseph Picco, J. Pardy, Wm. Deer, 

77. Bushoon — W. Cheeseman, C. Glieeseman, Joseph Dicks, M. ( 'heese- 
man, W. Vaters. 

District of Burin (County Councils)— 

1. Flat Islands— James W. Bishop, S. Dicks. J. H. Loughlin, George 
Miller, R. Dicks, Robert Whiffin. 

2. Mortier Bay— Ed. J. Baker, A. MoUoy, Hy. Stevens, H. E. Hodder, 
A. Burfett, C. Davis, Hy. Brown. 

3. B(tmi—G. A. Bartlett, L. Cheeseman, John Kavanagh, S.White, 
P. Hollett. 

4. Ep'worth — William Collins. Gab. Gdddard, Henry Hollett, Thomas 
Grant, John Inkpen. 

5. St. Lawrence — Geo. Skeliiugton, A. V. Farrell, Henry Beck, Victor 
Turpin. Wm. Cusack, Alexander Fitzpatrick, Bernard Murray, Archibald 
Slaney, Alexander Slaney, Abraham Pike. 

6. Lamaline — John Coady, Jas. Fleming, Robt. J. Bonnell, Thomas 
Collins, Chas. Hillier, LI. Hillier, C. Benteau. 

7. Fortune^^Y. P. Lake, John P. Strickland, A. W. Lake, Thomas 
Spencer, Philip Lake. 

8. Grand Banl: — Simeon Tibbo, Thomas Foote, Wm. French, Robert 
Stoodley, John Forsey, sr. 

(Road Boards.) 

1. Lawn — Leo Edwards, James Connors, Pi-ter Connors, Thouias 
Edwards (of John), Jos. Connor.'^, si-., Tbos. Flanuigau, R. Edwards. 

2. Frenchman's Gove to Grand Beach — Thos. Pond, Ambrose Tapper, 
Benj. Osborne, John FoUett, John Hiscock. 

District of Fortune Bay— 

1. Garnish— V\^ m. Reeves, Jas. Lorenzen, Jas. Brown, Rich'd Grandy, 
sr., Thos. Cluett, John A. Courage, Beujamiu A. Brazil. 

2. Pomi Enragee~\y iWmm May. Philip Miles, Robert Mav, sr., John 
Strowbridge, Robert May, jr., Thomas May, Thomas Grandy. 

3. Bay L Argent— J rs.T. Banfield, Jos. West, John T. Lawrence, Wm. 
Banfield, Eli Parsons. 

4. Bay-du-Nord—V. Farrell, J. Bamberry, A. Lamb, J. H. Williams, 
Geo. Rose, Wm. Hillier, Wilson Mai shall, Rev. H. McDermott. 

5. Coomb's Core— Malcolm Andrews, John Vallis, S. Fiander Geoise 
Thomas Miles, Abm. Skinner. ' ^ 

6. Beileorantr—?. Cluett, Jas. Kearley, Uriah Whitely, Philip Poole 
Samuel Lee, Philip Rose, Wm. Grandy. • i > 

T> l\?^</''"^'^'r1^-J'- Clintou, P. D. Burke, Abram Skinner, R. Lee, 
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8. English Harbor East~T!\wi. Hackett, J. S. Hackett, Ed. Baker, 
M. Fudge, Jas. Hackett. 

9. English Harlior JFest — J. Petite, \Vm. Yarn, Aaron Fiander, Wm. 
Evans, Wm. Keeping. 

10. Harbor Briton — Jens Jensen, Chas. Way, J. P., Henry Elliott, 
John Smith, Benjamin Chapman, Hugh Coady. 

11. Jersey Haibor— James Grittin, Richard Rose, D. Boyce. 

12. Hermitage Bag South — Robert Roberts, Aquila Franci«, Simeon 
Loveless, Mark Way, R. Crew, S. Dowding, Dr. Thompson, R. Rose, Jas. 
Ingram. 

13. Hermitage Bay North — Wm. Lee, T. Garland, Edward Rowsell, 
John Sutton, John Hull, J. Rowsell, Wilson Garland, Robt. Chambers. 

14. Bay d'Espoir — Thomas Barnes, Francis Edoire, N. Organ, Wm. 
Perry. 

15. Shij) Cove — Geo. Hoskins, sr., David Collier, sr., Rd. J. MacDonald, 
Samuel Snook, Ml. Collier (of Samuel), Wm. Hoskins, Wm. Collier. 

District of Burgeo and La Poile— 

1. Riehard's Harbor to Mosquito — Edwin Skinner, Thomas Chapman, 
George A. Simms, Edwin J. Skinner. 

2. Cape La Hune — Thomas Barter, Samuel Bagg. 

3. Cul de Sac, West — Stephen Spencer. 

4. Francois — R. Durnford, sr., George Carter. 

5. Neu) Harbor and Chaleur— John Peters, J. Le Foce, sr. 

6. Rencontre, L'anse Cove and Cul de Sac, East — Wm. Webb, sr., James 
Worniold. 

7. Burgeo (Little River to Muddy Hole) — J. Cains, Joseph Anderson, 
Lambert Forward, William Davidge, John Guy, Thomas Dicks, Mathew 
Matthews, G. H. Samways. 

8. Ramea Island — George Penney, John Ingram, Reuben Bowdridge, 
John Keeping, John Kendall, sr., C. Hatcher, Geo. Janes, 

9. Grand Bruit to Otter's Point— J. P. Chetwynd, William Billiard, 
J. Hodder, C. Collier. 

10. La Poile (West Point to Frenchman's Cove) — Thomas Le Scelleur, 
Joseph Munden, Wm. Herridge, John Francis, George Read. 

11. Petites (Petites to Garia jBaj/j— Samuel Morgan, Robt. Strickland, 
Elias Mauger. 

12. Harbor Le Con — Jonas Buckland, Ad. Heron, John Herridge 
Cornelius Brett. 

13. Rose Blanche — William Horwuod, Luke Chafe, Chas. Dallymount' 
William Garcin, Richard Furneaux, Thomos Burton, Job Ridout. 

14. Barnt Island (Baker's Tickle to Wolf Harbor) — Henry Keeping, 
Israel Walters, James Chalk, Nl. Herritt. 

15. Hiscock's Point — John Seymour, John Witt, Eli Seymour. 

16. Isle aux Morts — James Walters, John Sartin, Prosper LeFresne. 

17. Fox Roost and Margaree — B. Walters, G. Billiard, Joseph Hodder, 
William Currie, jr., George Meade. 

18. Channel (Deep Cove to Grand Bay) — Alfred J. PuUins, Austin 
Martin, Reuben Bennett, W. Vardy, Emmanuel Pike, Thomas Dennis. 

19. t)riadfall Point td RackiJ Bcim'c^idia!— Jdnas Cou^dns, Jas. Y'oung. 

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20. Middle Barachoix to CcqM i?ay— Ernest Reunie, James \Y. Jeans, 
J. Tapp, sr., James Osmond. 

District of St. Georg-e— 

1. Oodroy — Jolm Henry Collier, James Hall, Charles Martin, Julm 
Hall. George Young, John Anthony, Reuben Fiander. 

2. Little River, Codroy — Angus McDougald, John MacDonald. 

3. Grand River, Codroy — James Downe}', Alex. Gillis, Clia.s. Blanchaidj 
Thoma-s Downey, Michael Gillis. 

4. Highlands — Mel. Gillis, Roderick MacPherson, John Hall, Joseph 
Gillis. 

5. River Brook to Middle BarUchoix, indudre — Clem. Reuouf (Crabb's), 
Philip Morris, Andrew Fortune, Archibald McKaj', Jolm Eenouf. 

6. Cartyville to Rattling Brook, exclusive- — Thomas Gale, J. Morris, 
Donald McPherson, Stephen Hv^lan. 

7. Ratflinrj Brook to Flat Bay Brook, inclusive — Angus McPherson, 
George Young, Andrew March, Peter Benoit. 

8. Flat Bay Brook to Barachoix Brook, Mfc^Msire— Charles Marks, Wm, 
Aforris, Ambrose O'Reilly, Kenneth White, Jos. White, Jos. Delaney, 
Ed. Benoit. 

9. Sandy Point to Bank Head, exclusive — Henry McFatridge, John 
Edward Parsons, Albert Garnier, Ambrose O'Reilly, Philip Renout, Fred. 
Young. 

10. Main Ricer to Kippen's Brook— 3o\m McLeod, E. O'Quinn, Victer 
0"Quinn, W^m. White, Wm. March. 

11. Romaine's Biidfje to Goal River — Rev. J. M. Joy, William Hynes, 
\V. F. Abbott, John Moirell, Alex. Mai'cli, M. Joy, R. J. Barrett. 

12. Grant's to Abrccham's Cove, including Bosivcn-las — Hugh Gillis, Julien 
Biucc, Paul Hall, Dougald Gillis, Benj. Harvey. 

13. Ahraham.s Gove to Gape St. George— Clmrhs Duffy, Ste]ihen Welier, 
Jos. Cartel', Jos. M. Benoit. 

14. Cape St. George to Piccadilly (via Black Duck Brook)— Pettii' LeRoux 
Hy. Young, Hy. Duffenais, Nicholas Flvnn, Frank Jesso, Rev. J M Jov 
P. P., Charles Benoit. " ' •'' 

15. Lark Harbor to Frenchman's Gove, ca-^Hsifc— Joseph Yiijceut, Jolm 
Sheehan, Richard Slieppard, Jonathan Sheppard (of Isaac), Robt. Park. 

16. Frenchman's Cove to Ballantyne Core— Edward Dermodv Richdrd 
Furlong, Alex. Morrison, Thomas Ferrott. " ' 

IT. Pleasant Cove to Grow Gv.lch~A\ex. Ryan, Wm. Messervev Alex 
Canning, Jas. Duggan, Thos. O'Brien. ' ■- j > - • 

18. Cro^u Gulch to Humhermouth—C. Farnell, P. Power Ed Brake 
Thomas Moore. ' " ' 

19. Summerside,IrishtoKn, and Middle Arm—Wm Percy Genrcre A 
Davis, Timothy Quigley, Albert Brake, Thomas Park, j'ohn Cox ^ 

20. Wood's Island.— DiOK Wade, .Louglilin McLean ■ Tf.lm n,-,v.r.i ,, 
Felix Gallant, Wm. O'Coniaell, MfcTa^l Hkr^el^ £■ fe^? SoS ^ ^' 



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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 

Diocese of Newfoundland. 

Former Prelates^ — Aubrey George Spencer, I). I)., 1830. Edwanl Feilil, 
D.D., 1844. James Butler Kelly, D.D., 187G. 

Present Bishop — Right Reverend Llewellyn Jone-;, D.D'., Lord Bishop 
of Newfoundland, ( "onsecrated in St. Paul's Cathedral, London, on Festival 
ol" SS. Philip and James, 1878, by the late Archbishop Tait, of Canterbury, 
the Bishops of London and Hereford, and Bishop Kelly. 

Commissary in England — Rev. R. T. Heygate, M.A., Boston. 
Commissary in Bermuda — Ven. Archdeacon Tucker, ]\LA. 
Diocesan Registrar — Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 

Deanery of Avalon. 

Rev. Canon Smith, Rural Dean. 

St. John's Cathedral — The Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, Dean. 

" — Rev. Canon Saunders, M.A., Rector. 

" —Rev. J. Bell, Senior Curate. 

" — Rev. J. Brinton, Junior Curate. 

" — Rev. Canon Pilot, Succentor. 

—Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 
St. John'.<!, St. Thomas' ~^.&\\ Canon Dunfield, Rector. 

" —Rev. G. R. Godden, M.A., Senior Curate. 

" -Rev, E. L. Birchby, Junior Curate. 

St. John's, St. Mary's-Uev. C. V. C. Cogan, Rector ; Rev. W. L. 

Mosdell, Curate. 
Topsail- Rev. v.'anon Temple. 
Foxtrap and Hojjeall — Rev. E. K. H. Caldwell. 
Pouch Coue— Rev. T. G. Netten. 
Petty Harbor— Rev. E. L. Wright. 
Portugal Cove— Rev. Canon Smith, R.D. 
Bell island— Rev. W. C. Booth. 

St. John's -Non- Parochial— Rev, Canon Pilot, D. D., Superintendent 
C. of E. Schools, Examining Chaplain to the BiMiop and Episcopal Com- 
missary. 

Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A., L.Th., Secretary-Treasurer Diuce.~an Synod. 

Deanery of Conception Bay. 

Rev. Canon Noel, Rural Dean. 

Brigus — Rev. J. Bull. 

Salmon Cove— Rev. H. F. J. Taylor, M.A. 

Port-de-Grave — Rev. F. Severn. 

Bay Roberts — Rev. E. Jones, Rector. 

Spaniard's Bay — Rev. J. S. Adams. 



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Ufper Island Gove — Rev. Frank Smart. 
Harbor Grace — Rev. Canon Noel, R.D. 
Harbor Grace (South Side) — Rev. C. Carpenter. 
Garbonear — Rev. F. W. CoUey. 
Bay-cle-Verde — Rev. J. 0. Britnell. 

Deanery of Trinity Bay. 

Rev. G. H. Field, Rural Dean. 

Heart's Content— B.ev. W. C. White, Rector ; Rev. ,T. L. Broclie, Curate, 

]^eiv Harbor, Trinity Bay — Rev. J. J. White. 

Sfdith's Sou«d— Rev. A. T. Tulk. 

Random — Rev. M. K. Gardner. 

Trinity rFest—Eev. C. W. Hollands. 

Trinity IJast—Uev. G. H. Field, D.D. 

Catalina^Rew G. S. Chamberlain. 

Deanery of Bonavista Bay. 
Rev. Augustus E. C. Bayly (retired). 
Bonav\sta — Rev. Augustus G. Bayly, B.A., Rtiral Dean. 
King's Cove—'Rev. S. A. Dawson ; Rev. Win. lvirl)y (retired), 
Brooklyn — Rev. E. J. R. Nichols. 
Salvage— Rev. E. E. Rusted. 
Greenspond — Rev. H. Earle, M.A. 
Pinchard's Island — Rev. T. W. Upward. 

Deanery of Notre Dame Bay. 
Rev. A. Pittman, Rural Dean. 

Fogo—Uev. E. A. Butler, Rector ; Rev. W. K. Pitcher, Cura 

Twillingate—Ilev. A. B. S. Stirling. 

Herring Neck— Ray. II. F. G. D. Kirby. 

Change Islands— Rev. N. S. Facey. 

Exploits — Rev. LI. Godden. 

Tilt Cove—Rev. A. Pittman, R.D. 

IVhite Bay— Rev. C. Wood. 

Grand Falls— Rev. H. Uphill. 

Deanery of Placentia Bay. 

Rev. John Hewitt, Rural Dean. 

Harbor Buffett—Rev. Arthur Shorter. 
^Mnn— Rev. John Hewitt, R.D. 
Lamaline — Rev. H. K. Gilbert. 
JVhitbourne and Placentia — Rev. J. G. Crar^cr 

Deanery of Fortune Bay. 
Rev. George Bishop, Rural Dean. 
Harbor Briton— Rev. R. F. Mercer. 
Hermitage Bay— Rev. George Biship, R.D. 



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Belleoram — Rev. W. Grouchy. 

Burgeo — Rev. C. M. Stickings. 

Rose Blanche — Rev. H. V. Whitehouse, 

Channel — Rev. H. J. Read. 

St. Pievrc — 

Deanery of Straits of Bet.le Isi,e. 
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St. George's Bay — Rev. Charles Jeffery. 
Bay of Islands — Rev. H. Petley, 
Bonne Bay — Rev. I. Prtrsons. 
Battle Harbor— Rav. E. W. Gmdner, 
Sandwich Bay — Rev. E. C. Clench, 
Flower's Cove— Rev. J. T. Richardi!. 

Mission at Ungava. 
Rev. S. M. Stewart. 

Theological College. 

Visitor — The Lord Bishop. 

Vice- Principal — 

Council— The Lord Bishop, Rev. Canon Dimfield, Rev. Canon Pilot, 
D.D., D.C.L., Rev. G. H. Bolt, M. A., Bursar, Sir J. S. Winter, K.C.M.G., 
Mr. J. Outei bridge, Hon. Sir \V. H. Hor\voo<), C..J. 

Diocesan Synod of Newfoundland. 

Executive Committee — The Lord Bishop, Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., Epis- 
copal Commissaiy, Rev. Canon Dunfield, Rev. Canon Temple, Rev. G. H. 
Bolt, M.A., Rev. Canon Smitli, Rev. F. W. Collev, Rev. G. R. Godden, 
M.A., Rev. F. Smart, Hon. G. T. Rendell, J. W. Witliers, Ripht Hon. Sir 
W. V. Whiteway, K.C.M.G., Hon. G. Skelton, Hon. Sir W. H. Horwoo.l, 
J. Outerbridge, Sir J. S. Winter, K.C.M.G., Hon. G. Knowling. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

Arch-Diocese of St. John's. 

Former Prelates— Hioht R^v. Dr. O'Donel, died 1811 ; Right Rev. Dr. 
Lambert, died 1817 ; Right Rev Dr. Scallan, died 1830; Right Rev. Dr. 
Fleming, died 1850 ; Right Rev. Dr. Mullock, died 1869 ; Right Rev. Dr. 
Power, died 1893. 

The Diocese was raised to an Arcliiepiscopal See on 7th Feb., 1904. 

Present Archbishop and Metropolitan — Most Rev. M. F. Howley, D.D. 
Administrator of the Diocese — Right Rev. IMgr. E, P. Roche, V.G, 
Vicar-General— B.\g\-\t Rev. Mgr. Roche, 



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Cathedral, St. Jo/in's— Eight Rev. Mpr. Roche, V.G. ; Revs. William 
Jackniaii, A. Fynie and D. Callaglian. 

St. Patrick's, Eiverhead — Very He v. Dean Ryan, D.D. ; Rev. J. McDer- 
mot, Rev. James Coady. 

St. Joseph's, Hoylestown, St. John's — Jiti v. W. Kitchin, D. Pli. 

Topsail and Kelligrews — Rev. W. O'Flaliertv. 

Petty Harbor— Yery Rev. Roger Tiernev, P.P. 

Torbay—Yevy Rev. M. J. Clarke, P.P. ' 

Pouch Cove— Rev. Edward Ciirran, C.C. 

Portugal Cove— 'Rev. John Asliley, P.P. 

IVitless Bay- Verv Rev. N. Ruche, P.P. ; Rev. Clias. McCartliv, C.C. 

Mobile— YeiY Rev. P. O'Brien, P.P. 

Ferryland—Yery Rev. Laurence Veieker, P.P. 

Eenm-s—Yory Rev. John Walsli, P.P. 

Trepassey—Yerv Rev. William Born, P.P. 

St. Mary's;— Yery Rev. Stephen O'Dri.scoU, P.P. 

Salmonier — Rev. A. R. Howley, D.D. 

Placentia— Right Rev. Monsignor V. Reardon, P.P. 

St. Bride'.s—'Rev. Heni'y Renouf, Adnir. 

Argentia-Yery Rev. J. St. John, P.P. 

St. Kyrans—Yevy Rev. W. P. Dontney, P.P., Rev. F. Cacciola, C.C. 

Burin — Raw Jas. MacNamara, P.P. 

.SY. Laiorence—Yerv Rev. A. Malier, P. P , Rev. J. Wlielau. 

Bell Mnnd—Yery Rev. J. McGratli. 

Institutions. 

St. Bonavcnture's College — In charge of tlie Christian Brother.^. 
St. Patrick's Schools— In charge of the Christian Brothers. 
Holy Gross Schools, Eiverhead— In charge of the Christian Brothers. 
St. Vincent's School, St. John's— In chaige of the Sisters of Mercv. 
St. Joseph's School, St. Johns— In chaige of the Sisters of Mercy. 
Co?Jt;e)if.s— Presentation Older, 9 ; Meicy Order, 5. 

St. Michael's Orphanage at Belvedere— for Cirls— (under the Sisters 
of Mercy ; 100 orphans. 

:, Industrial School— for Boys— at Mount Cashel (under the Christian 
Brothers) ; 75_boys. 

St. Bride's Academy— for young ladies— at Littledale, St. John's (in 
care of the Sisters of Mercy). 

Diocese of Harbor Grace. 

Present Bishop-R]^ht Rev. John March, D.D., consecrated in Haibor 
Grace, November 4th, 1906. 

^on/V■'^ ^^l^^^'^V^'^''*^ ^''''- ^''''°1' ^^^^0"' consecrated 1856, died in 
n n-' f'S''^!^'^^'- Bishop Caitagnini, consecrated in 1870, translated to 
Galhpoli, Italy, in 1880; Most Rev. R. MacDonald, consecrated in 1881 
resigned 1906. ' 

Harbor Grace— Right Rev. Jotni March, D.D. • Rev W Finn 

Bay-de-Verde-R^v. J. Donnelly, P.P. 



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Brigus — Very Kev. Mgr. Walsh.. 
North Eiver~B.e\\ S. J. Whelan, D.J). 
Conception Harhor — Very I'ev. Mgr. Veitcl). 
Harbor Mawt— Rev. John Roe, P.P. 
Holyrood — Rev. J. W. Donnellv. 
Carhoncar—\\QX. F. 1). McCarthy, C.C. 
Northern Bay — Rev. J. Lynch, P.P. 
Trinity — Rev. Win. Tarahan, P. I^. 
Bonavista — Rev. J. Murphy, LL.D. 
Kimfs Core— Rev. J. ScuUv, P.P. 
(?am6o— Rev. G. J. Battcock, P.P. 
St. Brendan's — Rev. J. Mackey. 
Tilton Harbor— Id&v. W. Finn, P.P. 
Fortune Harbor — Rev. J. Nolan, P.P. 
Little Bay — Rev. J. Nolan. 
Coachman's Cove -Rev. M. Slieehan, P.P. 
Cojic/ie— Rev. G. A. Thibault. 

Diocese of St. George's. 

Bishop — Wight Rev. Dr. N. McNeil. 

St. George's — The Vicar Apostolic and Rev. R. McNeil. 

Stejjhenville — Rev. P. F. Adams. 

Port-au- Port— 'Rev. J. M. Joy, P.P. 

Harbor Briton — Rev. M. F. Power. 

Wood's Island — Rev. P. Pineault. 

Bonne Bay—Rev. M. O'Kourko, D. 

Codroy Valley — Very Rev. W. J. Browne, V.G. 

Bay of Islands — Rev. Andrew Sears. 

Bay cVEspoir — Rev. Mai tin Sears. 

St. Jacques — Rev. Geo. Hawkins. 

Convents — One of the Older of Mercy at St. George's, and one of the 
Presentation Order at St. Jacques. 

METHODIST CHURCH. 

Rev. Sanniel Snowdeu, President. 
Rev. William H. Dotchen, Secretary. 

1. — St. John's District. 

St. John's, Gower Street — Rev. W. [T. D. Dunn ; Rev. Mark Fenwick, 
Chaplain and Guardian of the "Home." 

St. Jolin's, George Street— Rev. Charles H^ickett. 

St. John's, Cochrane Street — Rev. Frederick R. Matthews, B.A., D.D., 
Chaplain to the Wesleyan Methodists of Hi^ Mnjesty's Naval Forces on 
this Statii)!^ ; Rev.' Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D., Siiperintendent of Education, 
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St. Johns, Alexander Street—'Rev. R. W. Freeman, Rev. Wm. Kendall 
Supernumerary. 

Pouch Cove and Bell Island — Kev. Edwin Moore ; Supply (T.S.A.) 

Topsail — Eev Fiancis G. Willey. 

Brigus — Rev. James Nurse. 

Cupids and Clarke's Beach — Rev. T. H. James ; Supply (A.B.) 

Bay Roberts and Spaniard's Bay — Rev. Samuel Snowden, President of 
Conference, and Supply (A.O.B ) 

Whitbourne — Rev. Juhn Rea}'. 

Sound Island and Long Island — Rev. E. PoUit Ward ; Supplv. 

EedBay-Su-p^\y{W.P.W.) 

Hamilton Inlet and Sandwich Bay — Rev. J. W. Guy; Supply (G.G.B.) 

Chairman — Rev. Samuel Snowden. 
Financial Secretary — Rev. F. G. Willey. 
Sunday School Secretary — Rev. Charles Hackett. 

2. — Carboa'ear District. 

Carbonear- Rev. T. B. Darby, B.A. ; Supply (G.H.R.); Supply 
(L.E.G.T.) 

Harbor Grace — Rev. Humphrey Cowperthwaite, M.A., D.D. 

Freshwater — Rev. Charles Lench. 

Blaclchead — Rev. John T. Newman. 

Western Bay — Rev. W. H. BrowninfT. 

Lower Island Gove— Haw Georfje Paine. 

Old Perlican — Rev. Solomon Matthe\\s. 

Hant's Harbor — Revs. Henry Scott, Artliur W. Dvcer. 

Heart's Content — Rev. James Wilson. 

Green's Harbor — Rev. Edgar Taylor. 

Shoal Harior— Supplv (N.G.S ) 

Northern l?tg/i^— Supply (H.B.P.) 

Britannia Cove — Rev. Sidney Bennett, Edward Woollev. 

Chairman — Rev. W. H. Browning. 
Financial Secretary — Rev. James Wilson. 
Sunday School Secretary — Rev. T. B. Darbv, B.A. 

3. — BoNAvisTA District. 

Bonavista — Rev. Henry C. Hatcher, B.D. 

Elliston — Rev. William Harris. 

Catalina — Rev. T. W. Atkinson. 

Trinity — Rev. Jesse Hey ti eld. 

Musgravetown- Rev. John Line. 

Port BiaMfZ/orrf— Supply (F.H.P.) 

G/oreWoiCTi— Supply (A.M.) ; Supply (A.S.A.) 

Greenspond — Rev. James Pincock. 

Wesleyville and Newtown— Rev. A. A. Holmes, Rev. Simon Edwards 

Musgrave Harbor— Uev.^H. J. Creasy. 

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ifV/o— Eev. Jabez R. Saint, S.T.L. 

SMo Ill-Come-By and Indian Idandu — Supply (G.S.) 

Chairnum — Rev. H. C. Hatcher, B.D. 

Financial Secretary — Rev. T. W. Atkinson. 

Sunday School Secretary — Rev. Jabez R. Saint, S.T.L. 

4. — TWILLINGATE DISTRICT. 

Twillingatc — Rev. J. K. Curtis, B.A. ; Rev. W. J. Mumford. 

Change Islands — Rev. George W. E. Bryant. 

Herring iVect— Supply (G.P.) 

Moreton's Harbor — Rev. Sidney A. Chancey ; Supply (F.B.) 

Caiiiphellton — Supply (A.H.) 

Lewisporte — Rev. William H. Dotchon, Sec. of Conference. 

dander and Exploits Rivers — Rev. James Leacli. 

Boticoodville and Lairrenceton — Rev. John J. Durrant ; Supply. 

Exploits and New Bay — Rev. Robert H. Maddock, Rev. R. S. Smith. 

Little Bay Islands and Pilley's Island — Rev. John C. Sidey ; 

^ Supply (E.G.) 
Springdale — Rev. H. Gordon Hatchei'. 
Little Bay — Rev. Frank Dickinson. 
Nipper's Harbor — Rev. Harry G. Coppin. 
Tilt Cove — Rev. William J. Morris. 

JVhite Bay Soutli — Rev. John W. Winsor ; to reside at Racquet. 
White Bay iVoy^/i— Supply (C.B.T.) ; to reside atEnglee. 
St. Anthony— Sni,iAy (C.H.B.) ; Rev. W. Wilson. 
Flower's Coi^e— Supply (E.C.C.) 

Chairman — Rev. W. H. Dotchon. 

Financial Secretary — Rev. John C. Sidey. 

Sunday School Secretary — Rev. Robert H. Maddock. 

5. — Burin District. , . 

Btiriji — Rev. Charles Howse. 

i^p2(;o></i— Supply (F.D.C.) 

Flat Islands — Rev. Henry Godfrey. 

St. Pierre — 

Fortune — Rev. Wm. Swann, and supply, to work on the North Side 
of Fortune Bay. 

Grand Bank—Uev. John W. Bartlett. 
Garnish — Rev. Solomon Hann. 
Burgeo - Supply (C.C.) 
Petites—'Rev. Job Moore. 
Channel — Rev. Frank E. Boothroyd. 
Bay St. George — Rev. Ezra Broughton. 
Bay of Islands— 'Rov. Robert C. Tait. 
Bonne ZJay—Supply (N.M.G.) 
French Sftore— Supply (J.C.) 

Chairman— Rev. Wm. Swann. 

Finayicial Secretary — Charles Howse. 

Sunday S<M6l S^cMccri-^'R^v. John W. B'artlitt> 
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students at College. 

Mount Allison Univcrdtii — Geo. A. Steel, Isaac French, Ernest Baines, 
Wm. H. Webber, Edwin J. Pratt, Harry Royle, William H. Pike, C. E, 
Powell, Francis J. Hayden, Wm. Grimes. 

Victoria University, Toronto — Arniinius Young, K. L. Biggs, Peter 
Bryce, Archibald G. Young, James Bright, Samuel H. Soper, Archer 
Wallace. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 

St. John's — Rev. J. Thackeray. 

PooVs Cove, Anderson's Cove — Rev. H. J. A. MacDerniott. 
Britannia Gove, T. B. — Rev. H. D. Whitmore. 
Bellcoram — Rev. J. Middlton. 

Little Bay, East — Rev. . 

Secretary, St. John's Church — T. J. Duley. 

Treasurer, Si. John's Church — W. Martin. 

Secretary Board of Education, St. John's — T. J. Dnley. 

Secretary Board of Education, Twillingate — G. B. Nott. ' 

Supt. and Inspector of Congregationcd Schools "!„ t Tl • 1. 

Superintendent of Congregationcd Missions J^^e^'- J- lii'ickeray. 

Secretary of Sunday Schools, St. John's — P. H. Cowan. 

Secretary of Mission Board — W. J. Barnes. 

Teachers. 

Bi'itannia Cove — Miss S. Keeping. 
Fortune Bay, Pool's Cove — Miss B. Gard. 

" Anderson's Cove— Miss, E. Gard. 

" Little Bay East— Miss S. Green. 

" Twillingcde— Miss Hodder. 

THE SALVATION ARMY. 
Provincial Headquarters. 

LieuL-Col. and Mrs. S. Rees, Chief Officers for Newfoundland. 
Chancellor and Mrs. J. Barr. 
Captain Bigelow, Chief Assistant.' 
L. Rees. 

Bonne Bay District. 
Rocky Harbor— Lien. E. Cole. 
Bonne J5a7j— Ensign M. Noel, Lieut. B. Tucker 
Troui i?trer~Captain J. Wells. 

BoNAvisiA District. 
Ensign and Mrs. P. Cxfoid, District Officers 
Bdnavista— Ensign and Mrs. Oxford, Lieut. S Cave 
Elhsm—Ensign Chafe^ I^ieut. S. CVaclfe'r. 
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Bay Egberts District. 

Chancellor and Mrs. Barr, District Officers. 
Clarke^s Beach — Captain Woollrey. 
Port-de-Grave — Captain and Mrs. .T. Oake. 
Bay Bobertx — Ensign Ashford, Lieut. Trowbridge. 

Carbonear District. 
-, Distriet Officers. 



Carbonear — Ensign Stickland, Captain G. Janes. 
HanVs Harbor — Ensign K. Eidout, Captain Morgan. 
Sfillij Cove — Ensign L. Blackmore. 
Hearts Delight — Capt. S. Matthews, Lieut. Peach. 
Scid Core, T. B. — Captain E. Keepin. 

DiLDO District. 

Adjutant and Mrs. Hiscock, District Officers. 

Blaketown — Captain L. Shears. 

Famish Cove — Lieut. J. Caines. 

Dildo — Adjutant and Mrs. Hiscock, Lieut. Straflbrd. 

Arnold's Cove — Lieut. Stickland. 

Barj Bull's Arm — Captain H. Wiltsliire. 

Paradise Sound — Lieut. A. Keepin. 

Harbor Grace — Ensign and Mrs. Higdon. 

Exploits District. 

Adjutant and Mrs. E. Brace, District Officers. 

Comfort Cove — Lieut. Warren. 

OampbelUon — Ensign Se,\lon. 

Cottle's Cor«— Lieut Ball. 

Exploits — Adjutant and Mrs. Brace, Lieut. 3. Cane. 

New Bay, S. IF. ^rm— Captain Thornhill, Lieut. A. Inkpen. 

i^ofrroofh-'i^/e— Captain Collins. 

Gambo District. 

Adjutant and Mrs. S. Bishop, District Officers. 

Clarenville— Captain N. Cole. 

Mus(/rawfozOTi— Captain Blackmore, Lieut. E. Oxford. 

Charlottetown — Captain S. Howell. 

Gambo— Adjut^int and Mrs. Bishop, Lieut. Newbury. 

Hare Bay — Captain J. Hussey. 

Greenspond District. 

Chancellor and Mrs. Barr, District Officers, 

Loo Cove — Lieut. J. White. 

Greenspond— C&])t3im R. Sain^bury, Lieut. N. Rose. 

Gooseberry Island — Captain M. Eidout, Lieut. Anstey. 



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We are Agents for Law, ynion and 

Wesleyville — Ensign and Mrs. Trask, Lieut, J. Matthews. 
Newtown — 

Grand Bank District. 

Adjutant and Mrs. Brown, District Officers. 

Seal Gove, F. B.— Lieut Marsli. 

Grand Bank — Adjt. and Mrs. Brown, Capt. Miller, Lieut. J. Fowler, 

Lamaline — Captain C. Tuck. 

Fortune — Capt. Butler, Lieut. Ash. 

Garuis/i^Captain Ellsworth. 

Burin — Caytain M. Tuck, Lieut. \Vhitten. 

St. Jojin's District. 

Chancellor and Mrs. Barr, District Officers. 
St. John's West — Adjutant Smith, Captain Grandy. 
St. John's East — Captains Snelgrove and Mclnnis, Lieut. Miller and 
Cadets in training. 

St. John's Central — Captain Moulton, Lieut. Bury. 

TWILLINGATE DISTRICT. 

Adjutant L. M. Ogilvie, District Officer. 
Doting C'oi;e— Capt. Tilley, Lieut, G. French. 
Herrinfi AW,;— Capt. F. Smith, Lieut. G. Ash. 
Black Island — Captain G. Earle. 
Tinllinr/ate — Adjutant Ogilvie, Capt. L. Burry. 
Moreton's Harbor — Capt. L. Simmons, Lieut. A. D.iwe. 
Cottle's Island — Lieut. C "Woodland. 
Dog Bay — Ensign J. Downey. 

TiLT Cove District. 
-, District Officer. 



Tilt Cove- Captain and Mrs. Harding, Lieut. Mitcliard. 

Jcickson'e Core— Capt. K. Diamond, Lieut. C. Collins. 

Little Ward's Harbor — Lieut. F. Jones. 

Little Bay Island— Cai^ta'm M. Loveless, Lieut. E. Porter. 

BUley's Island—'Eui-} gu Sainsberjy, Lieut. J. Moulton. 

TVtioji— Captain Pelley, Lieut. A. Burry. 

Harry's Harbor — Captain Canning. 

Note.— These do not include 64 "Outposts" attached to Corp^ an 
worked by officers of the Salvation Army. "' 

Rescue Home, Childrens' Shelter and Maternity Hospital. 
No. 28, Cook Street, St. John's, Nfld, 
Mairo?i— Staff Captain Holman. 
Asisstant Ma<ro?i— Lieut. Howson. 
Nurse— IjKnt. Mayo, 



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Poor Mens' Shelter, St. John's. 

Manager — Ensign Monlton. 
Helper — Captain OlclCoul. 

Mens' Training Garrison, Power Street, St. John's. 
Principcd — Adjutant Sniitlj, 

Women's Training Garrison, Cookstown Road, St. John's. 
Principal— Captain Snelgrove. 

KING'S PRINTER. 

John W. Withers. 
"Ro^al Gazette" Office, Gazette Buihling, Water Street. 

S©unkipaf. 

ST. JOHN'S MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. 

Office: Duckworth Street. Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Mayor— M. P. Gibbs. 

OouncHlors~'-\Y . J. Ellis, Michael Kennedy, .Tolin Carew, S. G. Collier, 
John Cowan, James T. Martin. 

Officers : 

Mayor— M. P. Gibbs. 

Secretary and Cashier — J.*L. Slattery. ! Tax Collector — Jolin Fitzpatrick. 
Accountant — M. K. Greene. Sanitary Supervisor —J >\mes Dwyer. 

Collectors — J. P. Grace, J. Larkin. Roctd Inspector {East) — Hy. Barnes. 
City Engineer — Jolin Rvan. , lioad Inspector (]Vest)—ls\. Bambriok 

I'lumbing Inspector -Jolin Donnelly. I Fo)'eman of IVater JVorls — 
ICaterer of Vessels — John FJynn. J. Donnelly. 

Sanitary Departme.vt. 

Supervisor — James Dwyer. 

Stable Keeper — John Beer. 

hiipoundcr — Arthur Desert. 

Day of meetiug : Friday evening. Pay day : Saturday. 

Auditor — The Coniptj'oller 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 appraised rental, 



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Our Mail Order System ''Taps'' 

Sewerage rates, one-fourth of the above percentage. 

An annual tax of one cent per gross ton upon every steamship, or 
steam-boat, or steam-tug, entering port of St. John's, to be paid b}' the 
master or owner of every such steamship, or steam-boat, or steam-tug, not 
oftener than once in any one j'ear. 

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. 

Goal Duty — Seventy cents per ton on bituminous, and one dollar per 
ton on anthracite, collected on all coal imported at the port of St. John's. 

HARBOR GRACE WATER COMPANY. 

ZHVecfors— W. Ward (Government) ; John Tapp, H. (\ Watts, George 
Parsons, John G. Munn, Rev. T. Godden. 
President — N. Munn. 
Treastirer — Bank of Nova Scotia. 
Secretary and Collector — J. L. Oke. 
!^uperintendent — John Tapp. 
Forenmn — J. Griffin. 

Stock (guaranteed by Government), $70,400.00. 

RATES PAYABLE HALF YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 

Owner,^, 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 ves.sels being exempt. Coal duty, 50 cents per'ton. 

CARBONEAR WATER COMPANY. 

Directors—Lawrence Barron, Josiah H. Pifnnev. 
Secretary ~W. T. Guy. 

Government Stock $37,000.00 

Rates payable half yearly in advance, 6 percent, on all property • five 
cents per ton on all vessels entering the port ; fifty cents per ton on coal. 

PLACENTIA WATER COMPANY. 
Directors : 

Pre.«-rfe«i E^Sinuott ; Secretary-U. Verran ; T. Bonia, E. O'Reillv, 
IN. Handrick, P. Mansfield, P. Delaney. " 

Rate on appraised Rental 6 per cent 

Stock (guaranteed by Government) $14 000. 

nn.tff'K '^"*.' P?, ^°''' ''"^^' i^f'^^'^gef^ on domestic coals entered at the 

t^h W 1 n "' '''' ""°"f '""r^'^'^'' '^^'"S I^^''' ^'^"'^^''^ the support f 
the Water Company, as is also a charge of five cents per ton as water r=,tP 
on vessels entering the port, coasting Ind fishing vess^S Sng exempt 



Banks. 255 

the Country,— AYRE & SOHS^ Ltd. 

SAVINGS' BANK--Duckworth Street. 
Hours of Business 10 a.m. to 3 r. m. 

Govcrnors—'Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Bond, P.C, K.C.M.G., Ll.D. ; Hon. 
Geo. C. Skelton, Hon. Geo. Knowling, Hon. John Harris, Hon. H. Gear, 
E. H. Davey, M.H.A., John Dwyer, M.H.A., and The Speaker House of 
Assembly. 

Director.^ — Kt. Hon. Sir R. Bond, Hon'ble Geo. C. Skelton, and John 
Dwyer, M.H.A. 

Cashier -L. O'B. Furlonj^. 

Accountant — W. H. J. Shears. 

Teller— F. W. Pincock. 

Inspector — Stephen H. Kniglit. 

Branch Banks. 

Harbor Grace — Acting Clerk — Jolm Foley. 
Heart's Content Clerk — George F. Moore. 
Bay Roberts — Clerk— D. C. Fraser. 

Number of Depositors 31st December, 190G, at St. John's, 5,276 ; 
Harbor Grace, 852 ; Heart's Content, 236 ; total, 6,364. 

Total amount on deposit 31st December, 1906, $2,188,792.67. 

Rate of Interest on deposits, 3 per cent. 

BANK OF MONTREAL. 

[Established 1817]. 

Head Office, Montrea];]. 

Capital (all paid up) ^14, 400,000 

Rest 11,000,000 

Undivided Profits 699,969 

Hon. President — Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G.C.M.G. 
President — Hon. Sir Geo. A. Driiminond, K.C.M.G. 
Vice-President arid Genercd Manager — E. S. Clouston. 
Financial Agents for the Government of tlie Dominion of Canada. 
Bankers for the Government of Neufoundland. 

St. John's Branch : Gazette Building-, Water Street. 

Manager — J. A. Paddon. 

Bay of Islands Branch : Birchy Cove. 
Manager — W. W. Symonds. 

London, England, Branch. 
Manager- -F. W. Taylor. 46 and 4? Th'r'cadncedle Street. 



256 Banks. 

OuE* Maifi Order System has been satisfactory to 



In the United States. 

New Yorli-\\. Y. Hebdon, W. A. Bol and J. F. Molineux. Agents, 
31 Pine Street. 

Chicago— J. M. Greatn, Manager. 

Bankers in Great Britain. 

London — The Bank of England. 

" — The Union of London and Sniitlj'.s Bank, Ltd. 

" — The London and Westminster Bank, Ltd. 

" — Tlie National Provincial Bank of England, Ltd. 
Liverpool — The Bank of Liverpool, Ltd. 
Scotland — The British Linen Co. Bank and Branches. 

Bankers in the United States. 

N'eiv York— Thi} National City Bank. 
—The Bank of New York. 
" — The National Bank of Commerce in New York. 
Boston — Tlie Mercliant*' National Bank. 

" — J. B. Moors& Co. 
Buffalo-The Marine Bank, Buffalo. 
San Francisco — The Fir.st National Bank. 

" — Aiiglo-Californian Bank, Ltil. 

Branches in all the chief cities and towns of Canarla, Letters of 
Credit issued, available in all parts of the Avorld. 

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

[Established 1832]. 

Capital, $3,000,000 ; Reserve, $-5,250,000. 

head office : Toronto, ont. 

H. C. McLeod General Manager. 

Over seventy Branches in Canada, United States, West Indies and New- 
foundland. 

Branches in Newfoundland. 

St. John's — R. H. Anderson. 

Harbor Grace — J. A. Teinpleton, Manager. 

Correspondents. 

Great Britain — Royal Bank of Scotland, and Branches 
Neiv For^— Bank of New York, N.B.A. 
Boston — Merchants National Bank. 
Chicago — First National Bank. 
San Francisco — Canadian Bank of Connnerce. 
St. Pierre, Mir/.— Banque des Isles, St.. Pierre et Miquelon. 
And in all the principal cities of the world. 



)3anks. — Foreign Consuls. 257 



Others. Give it a Trial.— AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 

THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, 

[Incorporated 1869]. 

Authorized Capital— $10,000,000 ; Rest— $4,390,000. 

Paid-up Capital— $3,900,000. 

HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL. 

President — T. E. Kenny ; General Manager — E. L. Pease. 

St. John's Branch : Goodfellow's Building, Water Street. 

Manager — W. H. C^n\vd3^ 
Accountant — C. E. Meehan. 
Teller — Alexander Marshall, jr. 

Clerks— Yl. W. Smith F. L. Bradshaw, S. Robertson, ,1. E. Hanhani, 
G. B. Cross. 

Correspondents. 

Dominion of Canada — Merchants Bank of Canada. 

Bermuda — Bank of Bermuda (Limited). 

Neio York — Agency : The Royal Bank of Canada. 

Boston — National Shawinut Bank. 

Great Britain — Bank of Scotland, London. 

i''ra?ice— Credit Lyonnais. 

CANADIAN COMMERCIAL AGENT. 

E. D. Arnadd. 

Office . Gazette Building, St. John's. 

f ordgn Coitjsu!^. 

Belgium— (Jonsul-General, Catuala and Nfld. — H. Ketels, Dttawa. 

— Consul for Newfoundland— E. A. Hayward. 

BRA/AL—Vice-Consul, St. John's— A. 0. Hayward. 

— Conunercial Agent, Harbor Grace — W. H. Thompson. 

Cuba.— Consul — W. H. Franklin. 

Denmark — Consul — J. Browning. 

France — Consul — Julian Rigoreau. 

— Consular-Agent, Sandy Point — Walter Le Roux. 

German Empire — Consul, St. John's and Ear. Grace — K. R. Prowse. 

— Acting Vice-Consul, Nain-^E. A. Martin. 
Italy — Consular- Agent for Neufoundland — Henry J. Stabb. 
Netherlands — Vice-Consul, St. John's — J. Harvey. 

NoRWAY-CWu^-Dr. H. R. Yates, \Montreol. 

— Vice-Consul — A. Jacobsen, J 
.^Vic&'Consul, St John'si—T, K. Cqok. 

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2B8 Foreign Consuls. — Anglo-American Telegraph Go. 



Our Mail Order System means '^ Easy 

Portugal— Consul, St. John's — J. R. Goodridge. 

Vice-Oonsul, St. John's — A. J. Goodridge. 
" King's Cove — Daniel A. Ryan. 

" La Poile—J. H. Clement. 

" Fogo— Henry J. Earle. 

" Harbor Briton- 



" Twillingate and Herring Neck — J. D. Lockyer. 

" Grand Bank—G<eovge A. Buffett. 

Consular Agents, Har. Grace — Graham Mnnn. 

Catalina — P. Templeruan. 

Burin- Charles F. Bishop. 

8pAis—Consul-Ge7ieral for B. N. Americco— Don Emilio de Perera, (act'g). 
Consul, St. John's — J. Morey. 
Vice-Consul, Harbor Grace— D. Munn. 
Consular Agent, La Poile- 



Harbor Briton- 



U. S. OF America- Consul, St. John's— James S. Benedict. 
Vice-Consul — H. F. Bradshaw. 
Consular Clerk — A. D. Parsons. 
Consular Agent, Bay Bulls— BamiMon Weeks. 
Consular Agent, Fort-aux- Basques— J 3iS. W. Keating. 

ANGLOA-MERICAN TELEGRAPH COMPANY, Ltd. 

R. C. Smith, General Superintendent, Newfoundland. 



Offices in Newfoundland. 



Admiral's Cove 
Aquaforte 
Avondale 
Bay Bulls 
Bay du Nord 
Bay Roberts 
Beil Island, East 
Do. West 
Brigns 

Brigus Junction 
Broad Cove (S. Shore) 
Broad Cove (Ry. Stu.) 
Burgee 
Burnt Island 
Cape Broyle 
Cape Ray 
Cupids 



Cape Race 
Caplin Bay 
Carbonear 
Conn River 
Channel 
Clarke's Beach 
East Wabana 
Fermense 
Ferryland 
Harbor Grace 
Heart's Content 
Holyrood 
Kelligrews 
La Poile 
Long Harbor 
Mobile 
Mill Town 

Whitbourne. 



Port-aux -Basques 
Portugal Cove, near 

Cape Race 
Placentia 

Placentia Junction 
Rantem 
Renews 
Rose Blanche 
St. John's 
Salmon Cove 
Tilton 
Toad's Cove 
Topsail 
Trepassey 
West Wabana 
Western Junction 
Witless Bay 



Local Tariff between all Offices in Newfoundland -—20 cpnt^ f^n ti 
"^ •»;;-*. ™<1 2 cents for .,ch aclcH.,„„al ..^Tf i^^lVZ^. 




ANGLO-AMERICAN 

TELEGRAPH GO'Y, Limited, 

IN CONNECTION WITH 

Western Union Telegraph Co. of America^ 
Great North Western Telegraph Co. of 
I Canada, and the Postal System of 

the United Kingdom. 



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I CITY OFFICES. 

J MhCHANlC'S BUILDING EAST END . 

^1 Opposite Harvey & Go's Wharf, [| 

,| EXCHANGE BUILDING CENTRAL J| 

j (Main Office) Bank Square. (j 

KING EDWARD HOTEL WEST END 



I* Opposite General Post Office. , 

% 8#= In direct communication with all parts of (1 

fl the world through the Company's system. ' 1 

ll Telephone No. 378 for Messenger. , , 

|1 MONEY TRANSFER DEPARTMENT. " 

I Money Transferred by Telegraph promptly and safely L 
^1 to and from all parts of Canada and the United / ■, 

I I States. For Rates see page 258. I > 

|[ R. C. SMITH, [j 

General Superintendent. , , 

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Ijj St. John's, Newfoundland. ^ 



Telegraph Tariff. 



25^ 



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Tariff for places in United States and Canada : — 



Alabama 

Arizona Territory 

Arkansas 

British Columbia 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho Territory 
Illinois, Chicago 
" other offices 

Indiana 

Indian Territory 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Keiitiickv 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Manitoba 

Maryland 

Massachusetts ... 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

Montana 

Wyoming Terri 



10 words. Ad. w'd 
$1 35 $0 11 



60 
35 



1 60 



60 
35 



1 10 



1 10 
1 10 
1 35 
1 35 
1 60 
20 
35 



20 
35 
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11 

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10 

II 

10 

11 

11 

11 

10 

11 

9 

11 

9 

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10 

11 

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tory, 11.35, ten w 

Cable Rates to following places 

Per word I 



Nebraska ... . 

Nevada 

New Brunswick 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico Territor 

New York ... 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Nova Scotia 

Ohio 

Oklahoma Territory 

Ontario 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

P. E. island 

Quebec 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee ... 

Texas 

Utah Territory 

Vermont ... 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin ... 

ords ; 11 cents, additi 



10 word.s. Ad. w'd 
H 35 fO 11 
1 60 13 



1 
1 
1 

1 
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onal 



85 
10 
10 
35 
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20 
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90 
60 
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60 
10 
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word. 



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11 



Bermuda 

East Indies 
Colombo 

Europe— 

Denmark 

Germany 

Greece 

France 

Italy 

Norway 

Portugal 

Spain 

Sweden 

Uniteil Kingdom 



$0 46 



76 



35 

25 
36 
25 
31 



South America — 

Bahia 

Pernambuco 

British Guiana & W 
Antigua ... 



1 



Barbadoes 

Cuba : Havana 
Other offices 

Demerara 
35 j Jamaica ... 
39 i Porto Rico 
38 j Santiago... 
38 St. Thomas 
25 I St. Vincent 
Trinidad, $1.05 per word. 

Note —In Code messages woids over ten letters count as two words. 



Per word 

... fl 00 
85 

Indies — 
92 
98 
27 
32 
50 
55 
82 
32 
03 
93 



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Telefiraph Tariff. — Letters Patent. 



The Great Mail Order House. 



Money Transfer Department. 

The Anglo-American Telegraph Company accepts Orders, both donu's- 
tic and foreign, for the immediate transfer of money hy telegiaph and 
cable to Canada and United States. These Orders are available for pay- 
ment of dues and obligations jetjuiring prompt attention. They are par- 
ticularly available in making remittances. 

Rates and conditions governing this branch of tlie service may be 
obtained on application to St. John's Central Office, Water Street, open on 
Sundays, noon to 1 p.m., and from 8 to 9 p.m., or until such hour as any 
business offering has been forwarded. 

Main Office : Exchange Building, Water Street. 

Branch Offices in direct communication (through Company's sy.stem) 
with all parts of the world : — King Edward Hotel, opposite Oeneral Piv-t 
Office, St. John's ; Mechanics' Building, Water Street Ea^t. 

LETTERS PATENT ISSUED IN NFLD , 1894 to 1907. 

Patent Office: Office of tlie Coloiiial Secretar}-. Court Hodse Buililiug. 



Grantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date of 
Issue. 



Rev. Patrick O'Brien ... 

JohnC. W. Stanley ... 
George C. Feani 
Albert W. Atwater and 

John F. Mackie 
John W. Foran 
William J. Clouston ... 
William Dickenson 

Willioin L. Winans ... 
Henry Gear 

George \V. Clerihew ... 

Charles L. Davi.s 

Edward J. Pennington.. 

John C. W Stanley ... 

Charle.s K. Wal.sh 

Jarob P Wright 

11 Beeclier and Jacob 

P. Wright 
Eben. B. Beccher and 

Jacob P. Wright 



Improved form in the construction of the Hulls 

of Ships and Boats 
Treatment of Fish and Fi>h Offal... ''" 
Transportation of Live Lobsters JAijril. 1894 



Aiiril. 1894 
jAi)ril, 1894 



Improvement in Heat Deflectors 

Freezing and Preserving Meatsand other articles 
Manufact'e of tin cans for canning Lolisters. &c. 
Piocordiiig Signals on Siphon, recording in damp 

climate without aid of Statical Electricity... 

Spindle shaped Ocean Steamers 

Improved and Economical mi'thod of jieatin," 

dwelling houses and other Ijuildiugs... 
New and us(^ful invention for improvement in 

hermetically sealed sheet metal cans. 
New and useful improvement in rapid telegraph 

transmission on Cable lines 
Improvement in Engines, and in the niethod of 

mixing and rotalizing the gases in the .same 
Improvements in or relating to tlie treatment of- 
fish or other offal or similar offal 
Inip70ventsjits in or relating to Air Valves for 

Pneumatic Tyres 
Improvements in Machines for making Matches 
Improvements in Machines for makinS Matches' 



Improvements 
Matches ... 



Machines lor making Wa.v 



May, 1894 
Jnne, 1894 
June, 189.^ 

July 189.^) 
Sept., 189f. 

April, 1896 

May, 1896 

Sept. 1896 

Sept., 1896 

Jnne. 189? 

Jnne, 1897 
June. 1897 
June, 1897 

■Tnne, 1897 



Letters Patent 



261 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



Letters Patent.— (Continued). 




Ituilolph Langliaus 



George Wni. Clerihow... 

Frederick A. Kuavp ... 
Thomas Leopold Wilson 

Thomas Leojiold Wilson 

Guglielnio Mar''orii 

John W. Stanley ... 

WillardG. Day 

Edwanl W. Giles 
E<lwiii B. Mt^Dongall ... 

Gottfried Eri.:kson add 
P. E. T. Tuhl 

Cliarles H. Palmer, Jno 
W. Deniiiiead and 
Jos. A. Bangmau 

Alice Pigott 

Benjamin W. Mortoot... 

Frederick Lamploiigh .. 



John Armstrong 

Etiaeiie Menrer 
Do. 

C'arlR.A.VonWtlsbacl. 

Augustus Howard 



J. C. W. Stanley 

Fredk. A. Maximilian 

Schiechel. 
Oliver S. Garretson . 

Endl Kreuser 

John Davidson 
Guglielnio Marconi 

Elizabeth P- Parnell . 



Improvements in the production of Coatings com- 
posed of oxides of the earth nietals, and in 
the manufacture of incandescing media for 

use in Gas lighting Aug., 1897 

Inijirnvemeiits in the mauufacture of Hernieti- 

': cally Sealed Sheet Metal Cans Aug., 1897 

Improvements in Marine Vessels ... ... ... Oct., 1897 

(Improvements in Electric redintioii of refractory 

njctallic cnm|)Oiinds ... ... ... ... Oct.. 1897 

ilmprovements in Metallic Carbides and the jiro- 

(luction thereof ... Oct , 1897 

Improvements in transndttingElfi'^trical Impulses 

and Signals and in appar.-itns therefor ... Oct., 1897 
Improvements in or relating to the liberation or 

j recovery of Oils and the like Oct., 1897 

Slniprovements in nietbods of pressrving perish- 
able substances Dec, 1897 

Improvementf in Water Pipe System lor houses. Dec , 1897 
Improvements in the preparation of Fish for pur- 
poses of food and sale Jan, 1898 

Itnprovements in a Machine Inr jirinting cvlin- 

drical objects " ... Jan., 1898 

Improvements in and relating to Machines for 

filling boxe.s with Matches Mar., 1898 

Im[)rovements in the treatment of Lead Ore ... April, 1898 
Ini]irovcnients in key-opening Can heads ... Aug., 1898 

Method and apparatus for saturating vulcanizing 
and oxidizing fibrous materials in the pro- 
duction of material to be used for ins\ilating 
and other jnirposes ... ... ... ... Nov., 1898 

Improvements in treating complex arcs, mantles 
i and the Hive, and in furnaces therefor ... Nov., 1898 
Improvements in Di.gesters No. 1... ... Dec, 1898 

Improvenjents in Digesters No. 2... ... ... Dec, 1898 

k Improvements in Incandescent Electric Lamps, 

and y)rocps-^es tor production thereof ... Dec, 1898 

.ilmprovements in method of and ap))aratus for 
the conversion of the energy of fuel and an 
1 expan.sion medium into power ... ... Feb., 139^ 

. Improvements in or lelating to the extraction of 

Oil from material containing it ; Mar,, 1899 

Improvements in nnignetic separation ... ... {Mar,, 1899 

. Improvements in Matte and Pyritic .smelting and 

converting or bessemerizing Matte ... ... Ayiril, 1899 

. Improvements in Electro-magnetic apparatus tor 

separating Ores ^April 1899 

. Improvements in Fish food prepartions ... .. April, 1899 

.Apparatus employed in Wireless Telegra]ihy ... iMay, 1899 

.'Improvemeids in or relating to the treatment of 
I Ores and in apparatus thrrefor .., .,, June, 1899 



262 



Letters Patent. 



We make a speciality of Camping 


Letters Patent.— (Continued). 


Grantee. 


Purposes for which Letters Granted. 


Date of 
Issue 



Francis Ellersliauseu ... 

John P. Wetlierell 
David Z. Baunigarten... 
Chas. C. Bruckner 
Frederick Bedell 

Harold Boyd 
Ell ward Hett 

Do. 

Do. 

Simon Albert Fraser 
Francis Edward Eltnore 



GiiglieJnio Mari.oni 
Adoljili Xit'lsDii 

Olnf Tyberg and others. 
Gnglielinio Marconi ... 

Do. 
•John Darling 
H. F. Kilpatrick-Pieani 

Michael L. Pn]iiii 

Francis EUershausen 
Arcli. W. Maronochie... 
Engene R. Edson 

John S. Monston 
Carl A. Von Welsback.. 
Do. 



Ludwig Rismuller 
George Mackinson 
George Rismuller 

J, B. de Alzngaray 
Ale.v. G. Strathcrn 

Eugene R Edson 

Do. 
Henry Carmichael 

Do. 
John H. Lubber 
W;)i. H. Knox 
James DouU 



Improvements in the treatment of rei'raetory 
Sulphuric Ores... 

Iniprovenieiits in magnetic separation ... 

Inijirovenients in Actylene Gas Generators 

Improvements in Hyilro-carbon va)ior burners... 

System of Telegraphy and transmission of eur- 
reni.s by electricity 

Improvements in Explosives 

Improvements in transferring and printing, and 
mechanisms therefor ... 

Improvements in making jirinting surfaces, and 

I mechanisms therefor ... 

!lmprovements in printing and mechanisms there- 
for 

Improvements in Grippers... 

Improved method of separating Metallic from 
ro'ky constituents of Ores, and apparatus 
lor that purpose 

Improvetnents in apparatus employed in Wire- 
less Telegraphy 

Time and Friction Fuses to be used in connec- 
tion with e.fplosive ))omb harpoons... 

Improvements in Cigar Machines 

Improvements in Receivers for Electrical o.scilla- 
tions 

Improvements in apparatus for Wireless Teleg'liy 

Improvements in Windows for Railway Carriages 

Improvements in treatment of complex- Sulphide 
Ores 

Improvements in the art of reducing attentuation 
of Electrical waves, and apparatus therefor. 

Improvements in complex and refractory Ores 

Improvements in Tins for preserved foods 

Improvements in obtaining Gelatine and oii 
from Fish, &(• 

Improvements in Pumps 

Improvements in supports for Osmium Filaments 

Improvements in Electrical accumulation and 
primar}' cells 

Process for bleaching Whale and Seal oil 

Apparatus for saving or economising fuel 

Process for extraction of Oil, ^c irom refuse of 
meat, <tc, 

Pro.^essof extraction of gold and silver from Ores 

Manufacture of Weldless Chains and niachinerv 
ior smh ... .. •' 

Manufacture of oil from tish waste. &c 

Manufacture of oil from tish waste' &c" 

Apparatus for roa.sling ores ' 

Method of roasting ores 

Improvenicnts in mannfacture of glass articles 

Method ot treating cojiper ores 

Manufacture of Peat, &c, ,,, 



■June, 1899 

July, 1899 

Aug., 1899 

Aug., 1899 

'Oct., 1899 
Nov., 1899 

Nov., 1899 

iVov., 1899 

jiSrov., 1899 
I Jan., 1900 

i 
Mar., 1900 

May, 1900 

O-it., 1900 
Dec, 1 (C 

Dec, 1900 
Dec, 1900 
Mar., 1901 

Mar., 1901 

Mar., 1901 
Mav, 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 

Feb., 1902 

Mar,, 1902 



Letters Patent. 



268 



Outfits.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 



Letters Patent. — (Continued). 



Grantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date of 

Issue. 



E. P. Stiker 
William Moir 

D. Druiimioiid 
Eniil Kunsdeu 
G. Marconi 

E. P. Stiker 
Thos. H. Churchill 
Win. J. Knox 
Charles Filor 
A. E. Kent and others!, 
Thaddeus S. C. Lowe. 
Henry F. Campbell 



F, A. Knapp 

Jos, Simons and Karl 

P. Hangb. 
James Donll 

Oskar H. Anderson 
A. S. Elmore 



C. A. Hege 

Ludwig Risniuller 

A. Ellefs(n) and E. Son) 

merfeldt, 
Ludwig Kismullcr 



...I Metal Dressing Machine 

...iFixing tops Seamless Cans 

...Spark Preventer and Fuel Economiser 

... I Process for treating ores ... 

...iReceiver suitalile for Wireless Telegraphy 

...Sliute for Metal Dressing Machines 

... Night Cribs for Children 

... Lining*! of Vessels ... 
...IBlind Stitching Sewing Machines 
.Automatic Telephone Exchange ... 
.Process and apparatus lor manufacture of Coke. 
.iMethod and ajiparatus tor extraction of magne- 
tic parti<'l('s from Ore Pulji ... 
.Lnprovements in Marine Vessels... 
Manufactu-e ot Fuel Briquettes and machines 
therefor ... 
. Manufacture of Peat and Peat Moss and machi- 
nery therefor 

. Manufacture of Artificial Stone 

. Process and apparatus for separating Mineral 

.substances by selective actioti of oil 
,. Machine for Cutting Railroad Cross Ties 
..Oil-proof and Acid-proof Tanks ... 
Method of regulating Tension on Harpoon Rope 



Baron Victor Baretto 

H. C, Woltreck 

Win. R. Montgomery 
Michael J. Pupin 

Michael J. Pupin 

H. C. Woltreck 

Hubert C. Booth 



Agazio Falcone 

Jos. B. de Alzugaray... 

Wm. H. Storey 

John S. Rigby 

Joseph Roper 

Samuel Butler 

Pierce J. Brieu 



.. Machine for Drying, Grimling, and Screening 

Meat and other substances ... 
...Process and apj)aratus for manufacture of Bricks 

or Building Blocks, &c. 
... Improvements in process for producing Ammo- 
nia by Synthsis... 
... Ping Machines for Tobacco 
. .. Art of reducing the attenuation of Electrical 

waves and apparatus therefor 
... Apparatus for redm.ing attenuation of Electrical 

! waves 
MiProcess for the production ot Ammonia by Syn- 

1 thesis 

Improvements relating to the extraction of dust 

from carpets and other materials ... 
Improvements in Electric Telegraph ajiparatiis . 
Manufacture of Iron and Steel and their alloys... 



Mar., 

Mar,, 

May. 

May, 

July, 

Sept , 

Oct., 

Oct., 

Dec. , 

Dec. , 

Dec, 



Improvements iu Trawls, Nets, and other fishing 
gear 

[niprovements iu the nianufac'ture of Briclcs and 
Artificial Stone... 

Improvements in connection with Compasses for 
taking bearings... 

New and useful means of )ireventing the skid- 
ding or side slipping of Motor Cars, kv. ... 
iXew and useful Button to be applied to the mov- 
[ able Jaw of all Wreuches 



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Jan., 1903 

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Feb., 'igOS 

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April, 1903 

April, 1903 
May, 1903 

June, 1903 

June, 1-903 

Aug., 1903 

Aug., 1903 
Aug,, 1903 
Aug., 1903 

Sept., 1903 
Sept., 1903 
Sept. , 1903 
Oct., 1903 
Dec, 190.3 



2G4 



Letters I'atent. 



Carpets made and Baid^ Linoleum cut 



Letters Patent. — (Continued). 



Grantee, 



PUKPOSES FOlt WHICH LETTERS GRANTED. 



Date of 

Issue. 



John Edwaid Cooper.. 

Do. 

John Ffel Moretey 

Charles Suiuiiiers 

Eugene Riley Eilsloii ... 

Guglieliiio Marioni 
Walter Lamb 
Elias Roberts 
John Coriiiack 

John H. Lubbers 
Utley Wedge 

Charles C. Hovey 
Walter Lauib 
James Bergan 

John A. Fleming 

Do. 
William B. Kerr 

John Henry Lubbers... 

John Clouston 
Hallack Henry Penrose 
Thos. Leopold Wilson... 
Edward Daniel Sidimitt 
Charles A. Petrie 
John Ambrose Fleming 

Charles Maurice Allen. 
Ralph Raggaley 
Ralph Baggaley and 
Chas. Maurice Allen. 

Ralph Baggaley and 
Chas. Maurice Allen. 

Ralph Baggaley, Charles 

Maurice Allen and 
• Edw. Will. Lindqnist 
Aleisandro Artom 



Marcus Augustus 

Goodwin, 
James Law Crawford. 



Anti-frii;tion mechanism of the Axle Shafts ot 

Railway Carriages and other veliicles 
jAnti-friclion mechanism as applied to Railway j 

and other vehicles ... ... ... ... I 

Sound-producing devices suitable for Syrens and 

like iustruments 
Appliances for lifting and turning Anvils for 

rock boring and other purposes 
Improvenieutis- in Rendering or Reducing Appa- 
ratus 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy 
Improvements in the method of preserving hsli . 
Ajijiliances in conuection with Artificial Arms... 
Iniprovements in connection with Air Coolers, 

Refrigerators and Bait Freezers 
Method of and Apparatus for Drawing Glass 
Improvements in preparing particles of Iron 

Pyrites for Desuliihurization 
Ajiparatus for Canning Food 
Improvement.s in the method of preserving fish . 
.Apparatus for automatically lighting ami extin- 

lingnisliing Street and otlierGas Lamps 
Transmitting instruments for Wireless Teleg'pliy 
Telegraphic Signalling Keys 
Proces.s for separating the Fluid portions froiii 

Solid portions of Fatty Substances. 
Method of and Apparatus for Drawin 

Glass 

Air Cooler, Refrigator and Bait Freezer 

Shipping Cases for Botlled Liquids 

Automatic Gas Buoys 

Bottle Seals ... 

Devices for Cutting Shi [is' Cables 

Instruments for Detecting and M' 

nating Electric Currents 
Method for Converting Copjier Matter 
Method of Refining Copper 



Dec, 
JDec, 

'Feb., 
Mar. . 



1903 
1903 
1904 
1904 



Mar., 1904 
April, 1904 
May, 1904 
May, 1904 



June, 
Juue. 

tJulv, 



1904 
1904 

1904 
1904 



Sept., 1004 



Sept. 
Oct., 
Oct., 



1904 
1904 
1904 



Sheet 



Dec, 1904 



leasuring Alter- 



Jan.. 
Jan., 
May, 
May, 
May, 
Aug., 

Aug., 
Aug., 
Aug., 



1905 
190.'. 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 

1905 
1905 
1905 



Method of recovering values from Ores by 
solving ill a Molten Bath 



dis 



Aug., 1905 



Method of Smelting Ore and cleaning Converter 
Slag . 

Method of Smelting- Ores and Separating Mattes |Xu|:: 1905 

Iniprovements in an<l relatingtothe transmission 
ot Electrical energy through space for ehe 
purpose of Wireless Telegraphy and the like, Au- 1905 

Bottle Sealing Dpvices '^^" |-«-"o-, i»uj 

Aug., 1905 



''^^SriSStS;t^^°^"'^'"^^^^^^^ 



Sept., 1905 



Letters Patent. 



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Letters Patent. — (Continued). 



Grantee. 



Purposes kou wiiicH Letters Granted. 



Date ok 
Issue. 



Lieut. -Co]. Otho Glynn 

Bolitho, 
Eniil L. Oppeniiann ... 

Thos. Leopold Wilson... 

Reginald A. Fessendeu. 

John W. Hay ward 

Jacob David Wolf 

Guglielmo Marconi 
William Oliphant 
William Oliphant 

Alfred C. Lawrence ... 

Robert White 

Lonis Arsene Desy 
Horace Fowler Brown .. 
George Dexter Burton ,. 

Lee lie Forest 
Frank Creelinaii 

Cornelius Lie 
Walter Clouston 

Ale.\. McMartiu Stark.. 

Robt. Allison Chatiibers 

Berthold G. Reschke 

Will. Blac.kmore and 
Alfred Howard. 

Roliert Burn 

Williatn Janiiesou 

Alessandro Artoii 

Aiihnr Wesley Lake 

William Jiimiesou 
John Pell Nortbey . 
KK 



Improvement in Apparatus for Catching Fish ... 

huprovements in and relating to Electric Secon- 
dary Batteries 

Improvements in combined Gas Whistling and 
Bell Buoys 

Improvements in Signalling 

Art and method of and for attaching, connecting, 
l^rotecting and preserving Bait used with, 
upon and in connection with Fish Hooks ... 

Iniprovenient.s in or relating to the separation o( 
Metals Irom their Ores 

Jniprovenients in or relating to Wireless Teleg'hy 

Improvements in Gas Machines ... 

Improvements in an apparatus for decanting 
Aerated Liquids into open vessels... 

Improvements in Surface Carburettors ... 

Iniproven)ents in Gas Burners, and in Signalling 
apparatus in connection therewith ... 

Improvements in Excavating Apparatus 

Improvements in methods ot Treating Ores 

Improvements in methods of treating Hides and 
Skiu.s by Electricity ... 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy 

Iiiiproven)ents in an improved Striking means 
for Bell Buoy.s 

Improvements in Net-making Machines... 

New and useful Artificial Bait for Cod and other 
fishes 

Improvements in communicating Electric Light 
and Power Systems 

Improvements in method and apparatus for till- 
ing Ore, Coal, and the like 

Improvements in the manufacture of Safety Ex- 
plosives ... 

Iinjirovements in the treatment of Pyritic Ores 
containing gold, silver, and other valuable 
metals 

Improvements in method of Fastening the Heads 
of Casks or like yossel.s 

Improvements in Machines for shajiing ami pre- 
paring Staves for Casks and the like 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy Receiving 
Apparatus 

Improvements in method of packing fresh Cod- 
fish, Codfish Tongues, and other similar 
articles of food in tins 

Improvements in Machines for Clamping together 
pieces of Wood or other material .,,: 

Improvements in sound producing, devices, suit- 
able {or Syreos and iika iustruaients 



Dec, 1905 



Feb., 1906 

Feb., 1906 
Feb, 1906 



Feb., 1906 



Mar . 
April, 
April, 

April, 
April, 



April, 

May, 

June, 

June, 
June, 

June, 

J line 

June, 
June, 
Ang., 
Aug., 

Aug., 
Aug., 
Aug., 
Aug., 

Sept., 

Oct., 

Oct.. 



1906 
1906 
1906 

1906 
1906 



1906 
1906 
1906 

1906 
1906 

1906 
1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 

^906 
19C6 
1206 



266 



Letters Patent. 



Dressmaking in all its branciies. Send for |1 



Letters Patent. — (Continued). 



GHANTEE, 



Purposes fok which Letters Granteu. 



Geo. Farquhar and 
Kobt. Nortli. 

Berthold Gustav 

Reschke. 
Ralpli Baggaley 

Alfred Schwarz 

Louis Arseiie Desy 
Valdemar Poulsen 

Valdemar Poiilseii 

Valdemar Poulsen 

Valdemar Poulsen 

Thos. Jensen 



Herman Chas. Wnlterock 
Franci.s Edward Elmore. 



Charles Conistock Lane. 
Guy H. Mallain 



Improvements in and relating to Devices for 
Hermetically Sealing Metal Receptacles lor 
Food and the like ... 

Improvements in the Manufacture of Safety Ex- 
plosives 

Methods of and Apparatus for Extracting Metal 
Values from Ores 

Improvements in Method of and Apparatus for 
Concentrating Ore . . ... 

Excavating Apparatus 

Improvements in Receivers for the Wireless 
Transmission of Signals 

Improvements in Receiving Systems for Wireless 
Transmission of Signals 

Improved Methods of Signalling in Wireless 
Telegraphy ... '_ 

Improvements relating to the Production of Al- 
ternating Electric Currents 

Improvements in Devices for binding or fasten- 
ing together the Claws or Pinchers of Lob- 
sters and like Crustacea 

Process for the Production of Ammonia 

Improvements in Processes for Separating cer- 
tain constituents of finely divided material 
by causing them to rise or float in a liquid, 

[mprovemcnts in Ore Crushing Machines 

Improvements in Steam Digesters for Treating 
Wood Fibre .. 

Improvements in Typewriters ... ^.^ 



Wellington Parker 

Kidder. 
Chis. Wesley Davis 

and Geo. Wm. Davis. Improvements in Typewriters 



Date of 

Issue. 



'Dec, 190t) 

Dec, 1906 

Jan., 190? 

April, 1907 
April, 1907 

April, 190? 

April, 1907 

April, 1907 

April, 1907 



April, 1907 
A.pril, 1907 



April, 1907 
April, 1907 

April, 1007 
June 1907 



Johannes Angus Garms. 
Chas. Petrie 
Herman Zerning 
Thos. Leopold Wilson ., 



June, 1907 



Improvements in or relating to Trawling Nets i 
for use in Herring or olher fisheries ' 

Improvements in Hawse Pipes 



July, 1907 
'Aug., 1907 



Improvements in the Manufacture of Filaments 

for Incandescent Electric Lamps Igept 1907 

Improvements in Fog Signalling Apparatus "" 'oct "' 1907 



t>,.t??f?-7p'f'? ^' ^yy- ^°f' °f the Consolidated Statutes {2nd Series) provides 
that Letters Patent can be issued by the Governor in Council tor a term not exceeding 
fourteen years, with the proviso that they may be extended for a f irtW tprn?<,f ^ 
years. Patents granted to non-residents which have not W Z}\ f ^ '^'^" 
Newfoundland within two years from the .X.^oU^VS^Z no7oSer^"Sid"" "^ 

coioS^4ay!:^:t?'oS?^!^irS:^ir^!?rr "'t,°'^^'" ^°- ^'- 

also the Petition' wherion the Lid Letters PatSwP^^^ '''^^'"^ t° ^^"^ ■'^'^"^*^' 

usual fees charged for copies of other documents '''""^' °° P^^^™^"* "^ ^""^ 

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loicoi'poratfd Bodies. 



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INCORPORATED BODIES. 
(Under the Act respecting Companies, 62 & 63 Vic, c. :o). 

Registrar — Geo. J. A.DAMS. 






Name of Company. &c. 






Name of Company, &c. 



1899 
1900 



1901 



1902 



Terra Nova Engine & Boiler Works 
Limited, 

Archibald Boot and Slioe Manufac- 
turing Company, Limited, 

Bowring Brothers, Limited. 

Cabot Steam Whaling Co., Limited. 

City Club Building Co., Limited. 

Glen wood Lumber Co,, Limited. 

Masonic Hall Joint Stock Co., Ltd. 

Newfoundland Boot and Shoe Manu- 
facturing Co., Linn ted. 

Newfoundland Brewery Co , Ltd, 

Newfoundland British Society. 

Nevvfoandland:Consolidated Foundry 
Co., Limited. 

Newfoundland Copper Concentrating 
Co., Limited. 

Newfoundland Furniture and Mould- 
ing Co. Ltd. 

Newfoundland Live Stock and Gene- 
ral Insurance Co., Limited. 

Newfoundland Sealing Co., Ltd. 

Newfoundland Steam Screw Tug Co., 
Limited. 

Newfoundland Steam Whaling Co., 
Limited. 

Newfoundland Tobacco Works, Ltd. 

New Walrus Steamship Co,, Ltd, 

Notre Dame Mining Co., Limited. 

Regulus Steamship Co., Limited. 

Royal Stores. Limited. 

St. George's Fiehl Joint Stock Co., 
Limited. 

St. John's Nail Manufacturing Co., 
Limited. 

St. "John's Shipwright Benefit Society. 

St." John's Skating Rink Co., Ltd. 

British-American Paper, Pulp and 
Lumber Co., Limited. 

Colonial Cordage Co , Limited. 

Grand River Pulp and Lumber Co,, 
Limited. 

Shoal Bay Mine Development Co., 
Limited 

St. George's Lumber Co., Limited. 

Erik Steamship Co., Limited. 

Lindberg Brewing Co., Limited. 

New Parrsboro' Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Avalon Steam Cooperage Co., Ltd. 



1902 



1903 



1904 



1905 



Horwood Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Dildo Saw Mill Co,, Ltd. 

Cumberland Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Bennett Brewing Co., Ltd. 

Standard Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 

News PuVjlishing Co., Ltd. 

Western Copper Co., Ltd. 

Barachoi.x Mining Co., Ltd. 

Placentia Lead and Silver Mining 
Co., Limiteil. 

New Panther S. S. Co., Ltd. 

The Grand Lake S. S, Co., Ltd. 

Imperial Tobacco Co., Limited, 

Ayre & Sons, Limited. 

Newfoundlanil Timber Estates, Ltd. 

New Land Lumber & Pulp Co., Ltd. 

Goldenville Mining Co., Limited. 

Lewisport Store Co., Limited. 

Crown Manufacturing Co., Limited. 

Steamship Newfoundland Sealing 
Co., Limited. 

Bell Island Steamship Co., Ltd. 

Angel Engineering Supply Co.. Ltd. 

Union Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Nfld. Clothing factory, Ltd. 

Empire Wood Working Co,, Ltd. 

Fortune Bay Whaling Co., Ltd. 

Eastern Railway Supply Co., Ltd. 

Nfld. Brick and Manufacturing Co., 
Ltd. 

Charles Brook Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Leonard Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 

Labrador Whaling and Manufactur- 
ing Co., Ltd. 

Avalon S. S, Co,, Ltd, 

Harbor Grace Whaling Co.. Ltd. 

United Seal Manufacturing Comp'y> 
Limited. 

St, Julien Copper Mining Co., Ltd. 

Hawke's Bay Whaling and Manufac- 
turing Co.. Ltd. 

Ellis k Co , Ltd. 

Angwiii & Co , Ltil. 

Nfld. Talc Co., Ltd, 

Anglo-Nfld. Development Co., Ltd, 

William Duff k Sons, Ltd. 

Terra Nova Lumber Co,, Ltd. 

Deer Lake Lumber Co., Ltd. 

The A<-lvencure Steamship Co,, Ltd, 



268 



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Special attention given to Orders for 



Incorporated Bodies— (Continued). 



H 

>< 



Name of Company, &c. 



1905 



1906 



Thomas Smyth Co., Ltd. 

The NJid. Petroleum Co., Ltd. 

Western Star Printing Co., Ltd. 

The United Traders, Ltd. 

C. L. March Co.. Ltd. 

Smith Company, Ltd. 

Hue Mattress Co., Ltd. 

Transatlantic Talc Co., Ltd. 

Nfld. Produce Co., Ltd. 

Electrical Ore Finding and Appli- 
ances Co., Ltd. 

St. John's Floating Dry Dock Co., 
Linnted. 

The Pine Lands Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Phosnix Whaling and ManufauUiringj 
Co.. Ltd. 1 

Safe Harbor Whaling and Manufac-i 
turing Co., Ltd. 

Newfoundland Pine and Pnl)> Co., 
Ltd. 

F. B. Wood Co., Ltd. 

Northern Mining Co., Ltd. 

Robinson & Co., Ltd. 

Humber River Pulp and Lumber 
Co., Ltd. 

Newfoundlaiiil Fish Packing Com- 
pany (Lamb's Patent) Ltd. 



PS 



Name of Company, &c. 



1906 



1907 



Archibald. Bros , Ltd. 

Harbor Grace Boot and Shoe Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd. 

White Bay Trading Company, Ltd. 

Our Own Woolen Mills, Ltd. (name 
changed on 21 Nov.. '07, to "The 
Woolen Mills. Liudted." 

The St. George's Lunjber Co., Ltd. 

The St. John's Games Association. 

Newfoundland Amusement C'imp,v 
Ltd. 

Abbott & Haliburton. 

Heart s Content Athletic Association, 
Limited. 

Conception Bay Mutual Marine In- 
surance Co., Limited. 

Bonavista Bay Mutual Marine Insur- 
ance Co., Limitc'iL 

The Noire Da)jie Mutnnl Insur:uice 
Clul> Limited. 

The St. John's Amusement Co., Ltd. 

The Chroid.-le Publishing Co.. Lt.l. 

The Trinity Mutual Marine lusiir- 
ance Co., Limited. 

The Colonial Chemical Co., Ltd. 

The Northern Stave and Hea<ling 
Company, Limited. 



FISHERMEN AND SAILOR'S HOME-Duckworth Street. 



(Opened to the Public, December 6th, 1886). 

Board of Directors : 

President — Hon. E. R. Bowring. 

Vic- Presidents — Sir R. G. Reid and — . 

Committee— Roxt. G. T. Rendell, Hon. John B. AjTe, W. C. Job, John Steer, 
Hon. John Harvey. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Wm. McNeily. 

Manager — J. Oakley. 

While this In.stitution is (;hietly for the use of fishermen and sadors, it is uever- 

llieless hoped tliat it may prove beneticial to the general publiL-. One of the tnmla- 

meutal rules of the Home is that it sh.tll be rrinducted on non-sectarian and tempe- 
faiu'e principle.^, 



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NEWSPAPERS PRINTED IN THE COLONY. 



Paper. 

Royal Gazette 

Daily Neivs 

Kveninfi Herald 

Eceninij Telegram 

Evening Chronicle 

Free hress 

Harbor Grace Standard ... 
The Xeiofinntdland Outlo' k 

Trade Review 

Twillingate Sun 

The People 

\Ve.siern Star 

The Xewfimndl'd (.Jnarterly. 

The Phdiulealer 

The SewfoundVd Workman . 



Editor. 

J. W. Withers... 
J. A. RoVj'm.soii 
J. T. Lawtoii ... 
W. F, Lloyil.Ll.D. 
P. T. McGrath... 
J. A.. Robinson 
W. A. Oke ... 
H. M. Mosdell... 
M. A. Devi lie ... 
George Roliorls 
J. W. Wilhers 
J. A. Barrett ... 
Jolni J. Evans... 



When Published. 

Tuesday afternoon. 

Daily (Sundays excepted). 

Daily (Sundays excepted). 

Daily (Sundays oxcepted). 

Daily (Snnday.s excepted). 

Weekly— Tuesday, 

Weekly — Friday. 

Weekly— Saturday (Bay Roberts) 

Weekly — Saj iirday. 

Weekly — Saturday. 

Monthly. [(Bay of Islands). 

Bi- Weekly— Tuesday and Friday. 

Quarterly. 

Fortniglitly. 

Monthly. 



CLOSE TIME FOR FISH AND GAME. 

For Willow Grouse (Partridge) and other Grouse, or for eggs of the same, Jan'y 
12th to October 1st in any year. 

For Curlew, Plover. Snipe, or other wild or ini,'^r,itory birds (excepting Wild 
Geese), or the eggs of the same, r2th .January to 20th August in any year. 

For Caribou, 1st February to 31st .July (both days included) in any year, and 
1st day of Oeto-ber to 20th October (l)Oih days included), in any year. Killing pro- 
hiliited at all times in the following area, viz. :— Commencing 1^ miles South of 
Grand Lake Station on the .shores of the Lake, to a point at the same distance from 
the r.ailway at Howley; thence to Goose Brook, H miles from the railway near Kitty's 
Brook Falls; thence Northward %\ miles; thence to a jioiiit at Jimction Brook, 3 mile.s 
North ot Grand Lake St.itinn. and thence Southwardly along the course of the Brook 
and the shorn of the Lake to ptiiiit of connnencement. 

Note -License to kill Caribou for non-residents in Colony, JS.^O for three stags. 
R.isidents may kill two stags aud one doe in any one year. License for Guides (non- 
domic-iled), $50 ; domiciled, free. A license is issued to .any officer of any British 
war .ship stationed on Fishery Protection Service iree of charge. Cariliou cannot be 
hunted with dogs, or killed with any weapon other than fire-arms, or while crossing 
a pond, stream or water-cour.se. 

For Moose or File, to 1st January, 1912, 

For Otters, 1st April to 1st October, in any year. 

For Beavers, to 1st October, 1910. 

For Fo.xes, Mrircli Iptli to 0''tol)er l,')th, in any yeai'. (Use of poisons for killing 
prohibited), 



270 Game Close Time. — Newfoundland Governors. 



Ready-to-wear Skirts^ Blouses 

For Capercailk- and Black Game, or eggs of the same, from 12th October, 1907, 
to 12th October, 1917 

For Salmon and Trout; or Inland Water Fishes, in any lake, river or stream, 
15th of September to 15th January next following. Not to be taken by any other 
means except rod, hook and line. 

For Herring — Vessels prosec;uting the Bank Fishery are allowed to take eiglit 
barrels for each dory carried, for bait, per voyage. 

Note. — For s])ecial rules respecting dates, regulating or prohibiting use of traps, 
seines, &c., in certain sea areas of the colony, see Fishery Rules and Regulations to 
be be obtained at the Marine and Fisheries Department. 

Lobsters— Cape Race to Cape Ray— 24th July to 20th April, in following year 
" Cape Ray to Cape Gregory--31st July to 20th April, do. 

'• , Cape Gregory to Flower's Cove— 20th August to 10th May, do. 
" Flower's Cove to Cape John— 10th August to 1st May, do. 

" Cape John to Cape Rai-e— 1st August to 10th May, do. 

Note.— The carrying of fire-arms on Sunday is prohibited (traveller-; excepted). 

NEWFOUNDLAND GOVERNORS. 



1729, Captain Osborne. 

1737, " Vanburgh. 

1740, " Lord Graham. 

1741, " Hon. J. Byng. 
1744, " Sir C. Hardy. 

1749, " Lord Rodney. 

1750, " Drake. 
1753, " Bonfoy, 
1755, " Dorril. 
1757, " Edwards. 

1760, " Webb. 

1761. " Graves. 
1764, " Palliser. 

1769, " Hon. J. Byron. 

1772, Commodore Shuldhaiu. 

1775 " Duff. 

1776, Adnural Montague. 

1779, '• Edwards. 

1782, " Campbell. 

1786, ■' Elliott. 

1789, " Milbanke. 

1792, " King. 

1794, " Sir J. Wallace. 

1797, " Waldegrave. 

1800, " Pole. 

1082, " Gambier. 

1804, Admiral Sir E. Gower. 

1807, " Hollo way. 

1810, '■■ Sir J. Duckworth. 

1813, " Sir J. Keats. 

1816, " Pickmore. 

1818, Admiral Sir C. Hamilton. 



1825, Captain Sir T. Cochrane. 
1834. " Prescott. 
1841, Major-General Sir J. Harvey. 
1847, Lieut. -Colonel Sir J. Le Man.hant. 
1852, Ker Baillie Hamilton. 
1855, C. H. Darling. 

1857, Sir Alexander Bauiierman, Knight. 
1864, Anthonv Mu.sgrave. 
1869, Colonel'Sir S. J. Hill, K.C.M.G. 
1876, Sir J. H. Glover, G.C.M.G. 
1881, Sir P. B. T. Carter, K.C.M.G., Ad 
iiiinistrator. 

1881, SirH. 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 P. B. T. Carter, Administrator. 

1886, Sir G. Wm. Des Vohix, 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 Fi. Murray, K.C.B. 
1898, Lieut. -Colonel Sir Henry McCallum 

K. C. M. G. 
1901, Sir J. 1, Little, Kt., Administrator. 
J 901, Sir Cavendish Boyle, K.C.M G 
1904, Sir W. H. Horwood, Kt., Adnir 
1904, Sir William McGregor M D 

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



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and waters to the Kippen's River or Romaine's River on the East to the 
coastline across country to the Coal or Serpentine River, and which includes 
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Poirrt, The Farms, Port-au-Port, The Grayels, Hyneton, Blackhead, Point- 
au-Moll, Fox Island River, Big Cove, Bear Cove, Campbell's Creek, The 
Creek Road, Berry Heatl, and Kippen's or Romaine's. 

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5th Dec, 1905 

27th Feb., 1906 


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1st Oct., 1907 ... 





Synopsis of Legislation, 1907. 283 

" Century " Washing Machines. 

SYNOPSIS OF LEGISLATION, 1907. 

Cap. L — An Act to amend 5 Edward VII., Cap. 1, entitled '■'■An Act re- 
specting certain Loans upon the credit of the Colony and for other purposes. — 
This Act provides that Debeutnres issued undei 5 Edward VII., cap. 1, 
shall be of different denominations, viz. : $250, $500, $1,000 and $10,000. 

Cap. 2. — An Act respecting the Imposition of Taxes on Banks doing busi- 
ness in the Colony. — This Act levies taxes upon all Banks doing business in 
Newfoundland— Bank of Montreal, $5,000 ; Bank of Nova Scotia, $3,000 ; 
Royal Bank of Canada, $2,000 ; any other Bank, $2,000. 

Cap. 3. — An Act respecting Express Companies doing business in the Colony. 
- This Act provides that every Express Company shall farnish the Min- 
ister of Finance with an itemized statement of its affairs up to 31st Dec. 
of each year. 

Cap. 4. — An Act respecting the Assessment of Life Insurance Companies.^ 
This Act provides that every licensed Life Insurance Company shall pay 
towards the expenses of carrying out the Insurance Companies' Act, 1906. 
a sum equal to one-tenth of one per cent, on the reserve value of its out- 
standing policies appearing upon its last annual statement. 

Cap. 5. — An Act to amend the Law icith respect to Persons carrying on 

business as Money Lenders. This Act is for the protection of borrowers 

against excessive interest charges by money lenders and provides that 
where proceedings are taken by a money lender for recovery the Court 
may re-open the transaction and relieve the person sued of any sum in 
excess of the sum adjudged by the Court to be fairly due, and may set 
aside any agreement and order indemnity to the borrower. A money 
lender must register himself as a monny lender under his own or his usual 
trade name under a penalty of five hundred dollars, or if a body corporate, 
of two thousand dollars. Regulations as to registration of money lenders 
may be made fron time by the Governor in Council. A money lender 
making false statements to borrower shall be liable to imprisonment or to 
a penalty not exceeding $2,000, or both. 

Cap. 6. — An Act respecting Accident and other Insurance Companies doing 
business in the Colony. — This Act provides that no accident Insurance Co. 
hall do business without license, such license to be in the form determined 
by the Minister of Finance, and the license fee $50 per annum. Every 
company shall furnish an annual report of its business. 

Cap. 7. — An Act respecting Dealers in Marine Stores. — Under this Act 
every dealer in old anchors, chains, cables, sails, junk, or marine stores of 
any kind, shall have his name and the words "Dealer in Marine Stores " 
distinctly printed on some come conspicuous part of said warehouse or 
place of deposit belonging to him. He shall keep books of all articles he 
may obtain, describing their character and any marks thereon. He may 
not purchase old marine stores, anchors, cables, &c,, from any person under 
sixteen years of age under penalty of $4 for first offence and $6 for every 
subsequent offence, and can only buy between sunrise and sunset, and he 
may not cut up any cable or other like article exceeding five fathoms in 
length nor unlay the same into twine without a written permit from a 
Justice of the Peace to be given on declaration of all particulars. 

Cap. 8. — An Actio amend the Acts in relation to the Harbor Grace Water 
Company. — X'^^nder this Act the Harbor Grace Water Co. may increase 



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284 Synopsis of Legislation, 1907. 

AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for Best Stocked 

its capital stock f 12,000, and any shareholder is made eligible to be a 
Director. 

Cap. 9. — An Act further to amend 56 Vic, Cwp. 11, entitled An Act tn 
Incorporate the Placentia Water Co. — Thi? Act provides that the Placentia 
Water Co. may increase its capital stock by $1,500. It exempts houje- 
holders living above the level of the water supply from the payment of 
water rates and gives the company control of the lake and land around it. 

Cap. 10. — An Act further to amend 50 Vic, Cap. .10, entitled " An Act tn 
Incorporate a Compaay under the Style and Title of The St. John's Gas Lighf 
Company. —Thin Act authorizes the St. John's Gas Light Co. to inci ease 
its stock from $96,000 to $250,000. 

Cap. 11. — An Act to amend the Law relating to Railway Traffic. — Under 
this Act any Company is liable for loss or injury to cattle, horses or otlier 
animals, or goods, in forwarding them, occasioned by neglect or default ut 
such company, notwithstanding any notice, condition or declaration giv^u 
by such company contrary thereto. 

Cap. 12. — An Act respecting the Hours of Labor of Raikvay Servants. — 
By this Act the Government engineer may, on representation by any ser- 
vants of a Railway Company that the hours of labor are excessive, enquin- 
into the representation, and may. if lie deems there is a reasonable ground 
of complaint, order the company to submit to liini a schedule of time tliat 
will bring the actual hours of work within reasonable limits. Sliould tlie 
company fail to comply the company sliall be liable to a fine of one huii- 
drtd dollars for each day such default continues. 

Cap. 13. — An Act respecting Insane Perso/is.— This Act defines ihe re- 
sponsibilities of the Department of Public Works in connection with the 
Lunatic Asylum and the duties of the medical superintendent wlio is to I.e 
appoin,ted by the Governor in Council, and provides for the appointment 
of a Board of Commissioners in Lunacy to consist of three persons, and 
defines at length their duties, &c. The Act further makes provision for 
orders of admission to the Asylum to be i.-sued by magistrates, for enqui- 
ries as to sanity of alleged lunatics, for treatment of insane prisoners, fur 
securing cost of maintenance of patients, &c., and as to the powers of' the 
Supreme Court in this behalf. 

Cap. lA.—An Act to amend G Edward VII., Cap. 2, entitled " An Act re- 
specting the Immigration of Chinese Per sons." --T:h\s Act makes a few verlial 
amendn;ents in the original Act and authorizes the Governor -n Council 
to prescribe forms for certificates &c., required by the Act. 

Cap. I^.—Am Act respecting the Estahlishment of Speedier Communication 
Ijeticeen Great Britain and the Continent of ^menVa.— This Act confii'ms an 
agreement between the Government of Newfoundland and certain contrac- 
tors for the establishment of a transatlantic steam service between Britain 
and the Northern part of Newioundland, and for a railroad and ferries or 
tuunel muler the Straits of Belle Lsle in connection therewith, the object 
bcngtoobtaui speedier communication with the continent of Amer ca 
Under the contract the Governn.ent gives a right of way for the proposed 
me of railway and upon the completion of the line and the establishment of 
tne steam service the Government will pay an annual subsidy of $7^ 000 

Cap. 16.-^71 Act respecting the Sale of Intoxicating Lir/uors.-This Act 
provides that the certificate of the Medical Health Officer that any iTquor 



Synopsis of Legislation, 1907. 285 

Piano and Organ Warehouse in the City. 

contains two per cent, of alcohol shall be jmma facie evidence that such 
spirit contains two per cent, or upward (as the ca.se may be) of alcohol. 

Cap. 17. — An Act to amend " The Temperance Act." — Where in any poll 
taken under the Temperance Act t lie judge holding a recount iinds an eijua- 
lity of votes, it shall be lawful, under this Act, upon petition, to have a 
new poll taken at any time in any of the months of October, December, 
January or February, after the. taking of the first mentioned poll. If a 
_ majority of votes shall be polled in St. John's in favor of local option the 
proclamation shall not issue till six months after the filinr; of the return. 

Cap. \H.~AnActto amend ''The Educatioji Act, .;,90i'."-This amend- 
ment relates to the appointment of Boards of Education for the Colleges 
and provides that the Boai'd for the Roman Catholic Culiege shall be nine 
in number, a maj(»ity bi-ing a (|uo)iim. The Bonrd ffir the Presbyterian 
College shall be nine, amajotity beinga (pununi ; the Board I'or the Church 
of England College shall -.consist of any number not exceeding twenty-one 
(to be nominated by the Diocesan Synod), and the Boaul ot the Methodist 
College, to be known as 'Governors of the Metliodist College," shall con- 
sist of any number of members not exceeding forty (to be nominated by 
the Methodist Conference). Each Board shall have a common seal and all 
the rights of a body corporate. 

Cap. 19.— rl7( Act respecting the Registration of Deeds and other Documents. 
—This Act defines the Registry Office and the deeds to be registered, also 
the method of registration and the manner of proof. It provides for searches 
and certificates and the following scale nf fees : — For registering deeds le- 
lating to property not exceeding $500, $2. OU ; Where value exceeds $500, 
20 cents for every additional -I^lOO ; For registering mortgages not securing 
more than $500,' $2.00 ; When value secured exceeds $500, 20 cents for 
every additional $f00 ; For registering release oi transfer, $1 50 ; For re- 
gistering power of attorney, $2.50 ; for registering any instrument other 
than those specially provided, $250. In case said instrument exceeds 
1,000 words, then at rate of 25 cents for each 100 words. For registering 
any judgment, $2.50 ; for every search, 25 cents ; for every ^^earch consist- 
ing of examination of any nvimber of volumes, in relation to same person 
at one visit, 50 cents ; for copies of any deed registered, ten cents per 100 
words ; every affidavitt, 25 cents ; every certificate of acknowledgment, 
50 t'ents ; every ct-rtificale of search, 50 cents ; every office copy of search, 
25 rents. No registration fee .shall exceed ^50(1. 

Cap. 20.— ^?i Act to amend <! Edward VII., (Jap. 22, entitled " An Act for 
the Encouragement of the Herring Fishery and the Better Cure of Herrimj. — 
This Act gives the Governor in Council power to admit duty free any boats 
or outfit for drift net fishing brought into the Colony by companies or per- 
sons engaged in the Herring fishery of the United Kingilom and to grant 
to any person or company with whom the Government may have entered 
into an agreement under the original Act the bounty of fort^^-cents per 
liHiiel oil herring branded by the fishery expett. 

Cap. 21. — An Act respecting the Preservation of Beavers. — This Act ex- 
tends the time of prohibiting the killing of Beavers till Oct. 1st, 1910, 
within which time the export of any skin of a Beaver is not permitted 
under a penalty of .S2.00. Possession of a skin or carcase shall be prima 
facie evidence of violatian of this Act, 



286 Synopsis of Legislation, 1907. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for Chickering, . 



Cap. 22.—^?! Act to amend Chapter I4I of the Consolidated Statutes (2nd 
Series), entitled " Of the Keeping of Dorys."— This Act provides tliat moneys 
received in the Central District as license fees Tor dogs shall be paid into 
the Treasury, and claims for compensation proved to the satisfaction of the 
Magistrate shall be paid at the Treasury. 

Cap. 23.— An Act to aviend the Law relating to the Encouragement and 
Improvement of Shipbuilding. — This Act provides a new schedule of con- 
struction for vessels claiming bounty. 

Cap. 24. — An Act respecting the Whaling Industry. -This Act provides 
that the carca.'^e of whales shall be manufactured into m:irketable products 
as fully as under present conditions. "Tow Boats'' are not allowed but 
every vessel from which a whale has been killed shall bring said whale 
into port. Whales are not to be pursued or killed within one mile of an 
anchored fishing boat or half mile of a fishing boat not at anchor. Whaling 
steamers fouling fishing gear must give notice thereof. Previous Whaling 
Act repealed and licenses tliereunder cancelled. 

Cap. 25. — An Act to amend the Act 6 EdvKird VII , Cap. 2.5, entitled "■An 
Act respecting the Management and Control of the Harbor of Port-au Basques." 
— Tin's Act alters fees payable by vessels arriving at Port-aux-Basques to 
the foUuwing : Vessels 60 to 100 tons, .{^1.50 ; 100 to 200 tons, $2.50 ; 
200 to 300 tons, 15.00 ; 300 to 400, .^5.00 ; over 400 tons, ^6.00. Vessels 
under 60 tons, or if engaged in fishery, to be free, and no vessel to pay 
more than once a year-. 

Cap. 26. — A71 Act respecting Grown Lands. — Under this Act the Gover- 
nor- iir Council may issue to lessees ot pulp areas fee simple grants of lands 
for mill sites, &c., and to accept a sum as commutation for water powers 
equal to twenty annual rentals. 

Cap. 21.— An Act to amend " The Revenue Act, 1905."— This Act allows 
to rt-fineis of petroleum a drawback on crude petroleum equal to duty. 
It directs that the duty on coal imported into Grand Bank shall be appro- 
priated for the use of that town and also the proceeds of a tax on vessels of 
ten cents per tun on Grand Bank vessels and five cents per ton on all 
other vessels euteiing that poi t. Certain amendments are made in the 
Tariff. 

Cap. 28.— ^?i Act to amend " The Customs' Act, i^9S."— This Act makes 
provision for determining by the Governor in Council the dutiable value 
of goods on which a charge has been made in transitu for inland trans- 
portation, shipment and transhipment. 

Cap. 29. — An Act respecting certain Retiring Allowances. — This Act pro- 
vides pensions for the following : Philip Hubert, Magistrate, $570 ; Richard 
Bradshaw, Sub-Collector, $400 ; T. Pike. Lighthouse Keeper, $340 ■ Geotf 
Kelly, Turnkey Penitential-y, |500. 

Cap. 30.— ^n Act for Granting to His Majesty certain Siims of Money 
for clefraying certain expenses of the Public Service for the Financial Years 
ending respectively, the Thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and 
seven, and the Thirtieth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and eight 
and for other purposes relating to the Public Service.— This is the usual An' 
propriHtion Act for the Civil Service and Public Works of the Colony for 
1907-8, and Supplemental Votes for 1906-7. The total appropriations 
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291 



Great Dress Goods House. 



ST. JOHN'S TO 



Table of Distances. 

CARBONEAR TO 



67i Carbonear. 

82^1 15 New Peiiican. 
115^ 48 33 Trinity, by water. 
133|, 68 51 I 18 Cataliua. 
143i 78 61 28 I 10 Boiiavista. 



12 Heart's Content. 

15; 3 New Perlican. 

24' 12 9 Hant's Harbor. 



40 28 25 
461 341 31 



16 Old Perlican. 

22 1 6 Grate's Cove. 



ST. JOHN'S TO 

7 Torbay. 
10 3 Flatrock. 
18 11 
21 14 



8 Pouch Cove. [St. Francis. 
11 I 3 Biscay Rn Cov^c, Cape 



ST, JOHN'S TO 



9i 


Portugal Cove. 


11 


li Beachy Cove. 


14 


4^ 3 Broad Cove. 


17 


7i 6 


3 Horse Cove 


20 


104 9 


6 1 3 Topsail. 



ST. .lOHN'S TO 

19 Bay Bulls. 
21| 2i Witless Bay. 
4f 2 Mobile. 

5 I 3 Toad's Cove. 
W 6i| 3i La Manche. 
16|J 14JI lU 71 Cape Broyle 



23|, 

26|: 

30J 

38 

42 

44i 

48" 

51 



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19 
23 

251' 22|! 20|i 17|1 14^ 
29 
32 



20J1 18i 15i; 111 



2&k\ 24^' 21^1 171 
29ii 27^1 24jj 20| 
54| 35| 3211 30^1 27^! 24 
81^1 62^1 59i 57|i 54ii 51 



4 Caplin Bay. 

6i 2^ Ferryland. 
10 1 6" 34 Aquaforte. 
13 i 9 6*1 3 Fermeuse. 



16J 12i 9| 
43i 39J' 36S| 33J 



6i 



3^ Renews, [ingcou'try 
30^ I 27 Trepassey, cross- 



ST. JOHN'S TO 

Renews Bridge. 

14 Qninton's House. 
4 Broad Cove. 



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54i 
55| 
59i 
6U 
67^ 
81| 
841 
88-| 



5i 

7 

13i 
27i 
304 
344 



12 
26 
29 
33 



14 Mahony's House. 
8' 6i Chance Cove. 
22 204 14 Portugal Cove. 



25 
29 



23ij 17 
27^! 21 



3 Biscay. 

7 I 4 Trepassey Roatl, 



292 



Ocean Distances. — Time Tahh. 



** Our Own '^ Flour has an enviable 



Approximate Ocean Distances from Cape Spear. 



To Boston 


... 885 miles. 


To Demerara 


2,450 miles 


" Bermuda ... 


... 1,070 




" Glasgow 


1,844 " 


" Barbadoes ... 


... 2,098 




" Gibraltar 


2,124 " 


" Bahia 


... 3,711 




" Halifax 


488 " 


« Bristol 


... 1,960 




" Lisbon 


1,973 " 


" Bordeaux ... 


... 2,173 




" Liverpool 


1,921 " 


" Cape Clear 


... 1,691 




" London 


2,060 " 


" Cadiz 


... 2,161 




" Sandy Hook ... 1,213 " 



Difference of Time between St. John's, Nfld., and the following- places : 



Amsterdam 

Bombay 

Barbadoes 

Baltimore 

Boston 

Charlottetown, P. E. Island 

Cadiz 

Dublin 

Edinburgh 

Genoa 

Gibraltar 

Greenwich 

Haliftxx, Nova Scoti;; 

Hamburg 

Lisbon 

Montreal 

Madi'id 

Malta 

New Orleans 

New York 

Naples 

Portla;id, Me. 

Philadelphia 

Quebec 

Rome 

St. John's, Newfound hind 

St. John, N. B. 

San Francisco 



St. Jago de 

Toronto 

Wasliinijton 



Cuba 



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 Fast. 


... 2 54 " 


... 1 23 Slow. 


... 3 17 Fast. 


... 2 33 " 


...2 29 Slow. 


... 1 24 " 


...4 28 Fast. 


... 1 10 Slow. 


... 1 30 " 


... 1 13 " 


... 4 21 Fast. 


.. OOat 12, nooi 


... 47 Slow. 


... 4 39 " 


... 1 32 " 


... 1 47 " 


... 1 37 " 



Latitudes and Longitudes, Nev^fonndland. 
recopd.-AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



293 



Latitudes and Longitudes of the principal Harbors, Headlands, &c., on 
the Coast of Newfoundland. 



Places. 



Cape Norman Light 

Cape BauM 

Cape St. John, Gull Mand 

Toulinguet Inland, W. Island East Side 

Offer Wadhani Light 

Funk Mand 

Fogo Island, Seldom- Come-By Havhor 

Cape Freels, (iull Island ..'. 

Greenspond Island 

Cape Bonavista Light 

Catalina Haibov, Green Island Light 

Trinity Harboi', Church 

Heart's Content, Clmrcli 

Old Perlican, Church 

Baccalieu Island, Northern Point Light 

Carbonear Island Light 

Harbor Grace Island Light 

Bay Roberts, Green Point ... 

Brigus, North Head 

Cape St. Francis .... 

St. Jolm's Harlior, Fort Amherst Light 

Cape Spear Light 

Ferryland Head 

Cape Eace Light 

Virgin Rocks (on Grand Bank) 

Cape Pine 

Cape St. Mary's Light 

Placentia Harlior Entrance 

Burin, Dodding Head Light 

St. Pierre Island, Galantry Head Light 

Miquelon Road, Ancliorage... 

Fortune Bay, Burnt Island Light 

Bnr"geo Islands, Large Island, S. E. End 

Port-au-Basque, Channel Church 

C!ape Ray Light 

Codroy Roads,*Beach Point 

Cape St. George, Red Island, near ... 

Bay of Islands, Lark Harl)or, L(j\r Point 

CW Head, N. W. Point ... 

Point Rich Light ... 

St. John's Harbor, North Point of Sesostris Bay 

Green Island ... ... ,., ,'.. 



Lat. N. ! Long. W. 



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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 


63 


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 


3 


47 


26 


55 


8 40 


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 



294 



High and Low Water. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd.-The 



High and Low Water. 



Place. 



High Water, 

Full 
and Change. 



Rise. 



Springs, j Neaps, 



St. Pierre 

Miquelon Road 

Great St. Lawrence Harbor 

Burin Harbor 

Little Placentia 

St. Mary's Harbor 

Placentia 

Trepassey Harbor 

Cape Race 

Spaniard's Bay 

Harbor Grace 

Carbon ear 

Hearts Content 

Trinity Harbor 

Catalina Harbor ... 

Bona vista 

King's Cove 

Funk Island 

Gander Bay 

Fogo Island, Fogo Harboi 

Seldoni-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. Bar be Harbor ... 

Old Ferrole Harbor and Brig Bay 

Cow Head Harbor 

St. George Harbor, West Coast 

Lark Harbor, West Coast 

Codroy Island 

Port-au-Basque 

La Poile Bay 

Burgeo Islands 

La Hune Bay [Deadnian's Cove] 

Rencontre Bay (The Cove) 



h. m. 

8 33 

8 33 

8 30 

8 45 

7 58 



10 

10 

9 



40 



8 30 
7 
7 
7 45 
25 
20 
33 
10 

25 
15 
01 
55 
20 
13 
20 
15 
30 
10 


6? 
10? 
5 
23 



10 40 

10 

9 46 

10 41 



3 

37 
15 

8 55 

9 
8 32 
8 40 
a 55 



Feet. 

3| 

7 

6| 

7 

n 

7~ 
6i 
6| 

1 
4j 

4i 
4 

6 

% 

2-3 ? 
4 

^f 

4; 

4i 
2-4"? 

5 
2-3 ? 
5 
5 
5 
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4 
5 ? 

s 



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5* 

6" 

5* 

6" 

6i 
G| 
6i 



Feet. 
41 

4 
4* 

4| 
5 

5 

5 

5 

3 

3 

3 

2 
4 

2i 
2i 

3 
3 
3 
3 



2| 



4j 



4 
3* 

4 
4 
4* 



Table of Imports, 1902-1903 to 1906-7. 



295 



Leading Ilry Goods House. 


Value of Imports of 


Newfoundland from each Country, Quinquennial 




period 


1902-3 to 


i9o6-'7. 






d 


Country. 


19021903 


1903 1904 


1904-1905 


1905-1906 


1906-1907 1 °' 


1 


Austria 




$76 


$343 


$828 


$1,092 


1 


9. 


Australia 






41 

1 

29,769 


32,181 


3 
47,204 


2 


3 


Belgium 


$5,287 


13,170 


3 


4 


Brazil 


190 


557 


310 


2,693 


527 


4 


5 


British West Indies . 


237,573 


236,631 


378,267 


222,727 


286,617 


5 


6 


Canada 


2,869,897 


3,423,225 


4,105,569 


3,521,9.39 


3,669,098 


6 


7 


Ceylon 


23,280 


35,993 


38,379 


42,925 


49,244 


7 


8 


China 

Denmark 




7 








8 


9 


42 




10,000 


307 


9 


10 


France 


12,089 


17,373 


17,848 


23,081 


17,975 


10 


11 


Foreign West Indies. 


1,586 


1,405 


1,838 


2,320 


1,896 


11 


12 


Germany 


95,636 


77,363 


86,117 


60,638 


31,259 


12 


la 


Gibraltar 
Greece 








6 
23,697 




13 


14 


3,709 


3,791 


14,984 


23,138 


14 


15 


Holland 


13,062 


21,314 


25,483 


36,483 


33,497 


15 


16 


India 


182 


353 


5,092 


7,288 


5,239 


16 


17 


Italy 


3,132 


713 


956 


1,450 


795 


17 


18 


Japan 


915 


301 


355 


285 


167 


18 


1ft 


Mexico 

Norway 






120 

25,484 






19 


20 


9.479 


24,343 


6,790 


6,417 


20 


21 


Portugal 


39,895 


37,845 


22,636 


25,957 


46,104 


21 


22 


Russia 


2,814 


2,657 


50 


4,066 


2,328 


22 


23 


Spain 


79,207 


71,188 


109,217 


113,841 


75,322 


23 


24 


St. Pierre ... \ 


12,372 


8,622 


9,969 


11,074 


7,360 


24 


25 


Sweden 


856 


] ,304 


733 


2,611 


2,953 


25 


26 


Switzerland 




273 


711 


1,006 


205 


26 


27 


United Kingdom ,. 


2 147,827 


2,479,138 


2,654,908 


2,651,196 


2,669,934 


27 


2? 


United States 


2,920,914 


2,991,022 

' S9,448,664 


2,750,114 


3,609,192 


3,447,359 


28 




i $8,479,944 


10,279,293 


10,414,274 


' 10,426,040 





296 



Table of Exports, 1902 -1903 to 1906-'. 



AYRE & SONS^ Ltd.- Agents for Hamilton- 



Value of Exports of Newfoundland to each Country, Quinquennial 
Period 1902-1903 to i9o6-'7. 






COUNTliY. 



1 Algeria 

Aiislralian Com- \ 
ni on wealth ' 



3 Austria 

4 Belgium 
f) Brazil 

6 British W. Imlies 

7 Buenos Ayres 

8 Canada 

9 Cape Colony... 

10 Colonii')ia 

11 Costa Rica ... 

12 Denmark 

13 Egypt 

14 Prauee 

15 Foreign W. Imlies 

16 Germany 

17 Gibraltar 

18 Hawaii 

19 Greece 

20 Holland 

21 Honduras 

22 India 

23 Italy 

24 Madeira 

25 Malta 

26 Mauritius 

27 Montevideo 

28 New Zealand 

29 Norway 

30 Panama 

31 Portugal 

32 Russia 

33 Spain 

34 St. Pierre 

35 Sweden 

36 United Kingdom 

37 United States 



1902-1903 1903-1904 i 1904-1905 i 1905-1906 I 1906-1907 ° 



$6,766; $2,782 

40 

27,996 

1,578,163 

381,982 



34,374 

1,294,924 

492,358 



1,102,659 

1,700 

7,378 

390 

7,710 

52,958 

51,747 

224,305 

773,681 



4,400 
209.704 



35Q 

221,278 



1,820 



1,640 



1,60.3,431 

600 

336,243 

8,232 

7,235 

2,173,090 

1,357 031 



89,976,504 



539 

1,102.708 

8,6731 
5.405 
4.925 



33,547 

56,169 

153,510: 

762,8991 



44,1521 
215,9841 

330 1 
464,060 

44 
4,090 



20, 

395! 

1,713,6361 

"348,262' 

6.957 

132[ 

1,993,995! 

1,470,497{ 



$685 

1,279 

24,477 

1,369,761 

385,401 

123,903 

1,135,848 

259 

9,6.36 

10,970 

19,055 



20,575 

63,329 

107,053 

902,545 



18,836 
235,035 



546,022 
6,620 
8,016 



200 



797 
1,801,674 



512,738 

4,169 

840 

1,940,945 

1,418,624 



10,381,8971 10 ,669,342 



§6,208 

435 

21,045 

1,849,082 

417,147 

92,829 

1,777,169; 

125 

8,933 

7,3.37 

29,061 



13,863 


125,066 


115,783 


236,481 


1,100 


264,458 


227,398 


132 


1 



6,526, 
13,684: 



1,847.463: 

'"866,673 

8.202 

1.6.50 

1,662,612 

1,278,997 



12,086,276 



$150 
5,559 
.2,002 



102,883 

2.063,444 

430,462 

149,940 

1,611,480 

80 

2,675 

6,896 

16,932 

6il3 
4,078 14 



9 
10 
11 
12 



90,921 
189,662 



15 
16 

17 



19 

20 



170,885 

146,809: 

57021 

80)22 

1,331,518!23 

23,060 24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

. . 32 

994,303133 

9,506 34 

1,333 35 

1,492,795 36 

1^394,269 37 

12,10lJ6l 



14,983 
870 
600 



442 
1,841,968 



table of Imports. 



291 



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302 Population of Nficl, 1901— Factories, Mills, &c. 

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Population of Newfoundland according to Denomination, Census of 1901. 



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St. Barbe 

Twillingale 

Fogo 

Bona vista 

Trinity 

Bay-lie- Verde 

Carbonear 

Haibor Grace 

Port-de-Orave 

Harbor Main 

St. John's East ... 

St. Jolm's West ... 

Ferryland 

Placentia ... 

Burin 

Fortune ... 

Burgeo and La Poile 

St. George 

Labrador ... 

Total 



3,651 


2,066 


3,630 


1,912 


2,927 


1,225 


9,182 


3,161 


10,294 


1,589 


530 


2,168 


883 


1,420 


7,491 


2,838 


2,776 


1,818 


2,321 


6,903 


5,549 


11,478 


4,017 


10,098 


147 


5,546 : 


1,923 


12,230 


1,887 


3,394 


5,876 


2,037 


5,500 


212 


3,886 


5,562 


1,538 


332 


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 

5 



189 
2,li8 
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 

No. of Saw Mills 

" Tanneries 

" Breweries and Distilleries 

" Iron Foundries ... 

" Bakeries ... 

" Furniture Factoiies 

" Other Factories ... 



in Newfoundland, Census of 1901. 

..191 i Value of above Factories |1, 299,400 
6 ' " Goods produced 2,055,264 



3 j No. of hands employed.. 
1 5 " Lobster Factories 
7 i " persons employed 

10 1 Value of Lobster Fact's . 

71 'No. cases Lobsters 1901. 



3,865 

1,469 

6,484 

92,144 

38,017 



Agricultural Stock and Produce, &c., in Newfoundland, Census of 1901. 



Acres Improved Land 

" in Pasture 
Wheat and Barley — bushels 
Oats — bushels 
Hay — tons ... 

Potatoes^ b,ris 

Fowl 



95,867 [ Turnips— brls. 



35,133 

824 

10,773 

53,883 

541,766 



Horses 

Milch Cows... ... 

Other Horned Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

.... 207,251 



65,298 
8,851 
14,135 
18,607 
78,025 
34,547 



Population per District — FisJdng Stock. 



303 



Department.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 



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. 



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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 land 

Placentia 

Burin 

Fortune 

Burgeo <S La Foile 
St. George 

Labrador 

Total 



4,309 
10,135 

. 3,998 

10,768 

10,842; 

5,101 
2,499 
6,420' 

3,815 

4,920 



3,825 
9,318 

3,572 

9,789 

9,853 

4,726 
2,525j 

6,2511 

1 

3,630 j 
4,5801 



8,134 
19,453 

7,570 



20,557 



10,393 


11,119 


8,876 


9,607 


2,940 


2,757 


7,938 


7,256 


5,260 


5,142 



4,603 
3,706 

4,788 



4,159 
3,305 
4,312 



Sex not given. 



111,3111 105,726 



20,694 

9,827'; 

5,024i 

12,6711 

7,4451 
9,500 

21,512 
18,483 
5,697 
15,194 
10,402 

8,762 
7,011 
9,100 

3,947 



Bonne Bay 
Twillincfate 
Tilt Cove ... . 

Fogo 

Change Island . 
Bonavista ... 
Greenspond 
Trinity ... . 
Heart's Content. 
Western Bay 
Carbonear ... 
Harbor Grace 
Bay Roberts 
Brians 

Harbor IMain 
Conception Har. 
\St. John's 
j Torbay 
Ferryland ... 
Great Placentia . 

Burin 

Grand Bank 

Harbor Briton . 

Channel 

St. George . . 

Codroy 

Battle Harbor . 



220,984 



1,137 
3,542 
1,370 
1,118 
1,067 
3,696 
1,353 
1,459 
1,075 

965 
3,703 
5,i84 
2,226 
1,162 

798 

932 

29,594 

1,495 

535 
1,315 
2,719 
1,427 

763 
1,280 
J, 409 

532 
89 



Newfoundland Fishing Stock (Compiled from Census of 1901). 

Boats, 4 to 30 (quintals ... 24,342 | Sailing Vessels from 60 tons 

Boats, 30 qtls. and upwards 1,350 ! upwards ... 204 

Sailing Vessels from 20 to 60 j Nets and Seines 34,915 

tons 1,424 1 Cod Traps 4,055 





Labrador. 




Boats from 4 to 30 quintals . 
Boats, from 30 quintals up- 
wards 

Cod Traps 


706 Sailing Vessels from 20 to 

60 tons 

59 Nets and Seines 
126 


9 

1,649 



304 Fisheries — NJicl. Customs' Tariff. 



AYRE & SOI^S, Ltd., for Carpets, 



Bank Fishery, 1907. 

Vessels empluyed— No. ... 82 , Men employed— No. ... 1,246 

Tonnage of Ve-ssels— tons ... 4,214 ' Codfish caught— qtl.?. ... 87,136 

Av. catch pel' vessel— qtls. ... 1,062 Av. catch per man— qtls. ... 69| 

Seal Fishery, 1906. 

Steam Vessels engaged in ; Seals taken — No 245,051 

Seal Fishery— No. ... 22 1 Seals' weight— tons (gross)... 5,870 

Tonnage of Steam Vessels ! Greatest No.— ('iVe^.iiMne) ... 30,986 
engaged in Seal Fishery . 7,930 | Greatest weight one trip— 

'.. 3,684 1 (Neptune)— tons {net) ... 706 



NEWFOUNDLAND CUSTOMS TARIFF. 
[Officially Coriected]. 

Under the Sanction of the Hon. Minister of Finance. 
Schedule A. 

,4. Aerated Waters of all descriptions, and non-alcliolic drinks, 

not to include natural Mineral Waters — ad val. ... 40 p. c. 

2. Acids, Muriatic and Nitric, and all mixed or other Acids, 

N. E. S. ; Sulphuric Ether, Chloroform and Solutions of 
Peroxides of Hydrogen; Ceresene, Chloro di Nitro, Ben- 
sole and Nitro Ammonia — ad val. ... ... ... 35 p. c. 

3. Ale, Porter, and Beer, when imported in casks or otherwise 

than in bottles — per gall. ... ... ... ... S-'i cts. 

When imported in bottles, si.\ reputed (j^uart or twelve re 
puted pint bottles to be held to contain one gallon — per 
gallon .. ... ... ... .. ... ^0 40 

4. Anchovies, Sardines, Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters, and 

all tish prepared, preserved or packed in oil, otherwise, 
N.E.S.; Fish, smoked or boneless, N.O.P., and all other 
articles the product of the fisheries, not specially provided 
for— ad val. ... ... ... ... .. 35 p. c. 

5. Animals, living, namely: 

Oxen, cows, bulls, horses, mares, foals, and other draft ani- 
mals, N.E.S.— ad val. ... ... ... .. 20 p. c. 

Calves, pigs, and sheep— each ... ... ... $1 00 

Pigs under three moths of age, and lambs — each ... 50 

6. Apples — per brl. ... ... ... ... __ 50 

7. Apples, dried^per 11).... ... ... ... _ _ (^ q2 

8. Asbestos, and all manufactures thereof^ad val. ... 35 p_ c. 

9. Barley, when imported for seed or for brewing purposes 

ad val. 

10. Baths, Tubs, and Washstands of earthenware, stone, cement, 

clay, or of other material, N.E.S.— ad val. ... .;. 40 n c 

11. Beaus-perlb. ■ "_, $0 ^ 



10 p. c. 



Newfoundland C^istoms' Tariff. 305 



LinolleumSy Mattings^ etc. 



12. Belting, of leather or other material, for machinery, includ- 

ing lacings or fasteners — ad val. ... ... ... 10 p. c. 

13. Bicycles and Tricycles, and parts thereof, N.E.S. — ad val. ... 40 p. c. 

14. liilliard Tables and Bagatelle Boards and Tables, Cues, Balls, 

Cue Racks, Cue Tips, and Billard Chalk — ad val. ... 40 p. c. 

15. Biscuits, namely: — 

Those known as Ships' Biscuits — per cwt. ... ... $0 10 

Soda, Water, Butter and Pilot, and any biscuit of that de- 
scription, not sweetened — per lb. ... ... ... 02 

Biscuits and Bread, N.E.S. — ad val. ... ... ... 40 p. c. 

16. Blocks for ships, and Block Sheaves, N.E.S. — ad val. ... 40 p. c. 

17. Blocks for ships and Block Sheaves of galvanized iron — ad 

val. ... ... ... .. ... ... 30 p. c. 

18. Brick, Stock or Common, per M., $2..W — ad val. ... ... 30 p. c. 

Facing and Fire — ad val. ... ... ... ... 20 p. c. 

19. Brin, known as bread-bag brin, when imported by local 

manufacturers of bread, rope or nails, in which to enclose 

their manufactures — ad val. .. ... ... ... 10 p. c. 

20. Brooms and Whisks of Corn — ad val. ... ... .. 50 p. c. 

21. Broom Handles— ad val. .. ... ... ... 20 p. c. 

22. Brushes, N.E.S.— ad val. ... ... ... ... 40 p. c. 

23. Butter— per lb. ... ... ... ... ... $0 03i 

24. Butterine, Oleomargarine, or other similar substitues for 

Butter— per lb. ... ... ... ... ... 03i 

25. Cabbage, 1st May to 31st July, both inclusive— per lb. ... 00| 
Cabbage, 1st August to 30th April, both inclusive — per lb.... 01 

26. Cabinet Wares, namely : — 

House, Office, Cabinet or Store Furniture, of wood, iron, 
or other material, in parts or finished; Blinds, of wood, 
metal or other material, not textile or paper; Window 
Shades or Bliud Rollers, Window Cornices and Cornice 
Poles of all kinds. Show Cases and metal parts thereof 
—ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 40 p. c. 

27. Cake, N.E.S.— per lb. ... ... ... ... ... $0 07 

'28. Candles— per lb. ... ... ... ... ... 03 

29. Canoes, Ships' Boats, Skill's, oi' open or decked pleasure Sail 

Boats, of any material, and Steam Launches — ad val. ... 35 p. c. 
(a) Ships and other Vessels built in any foreign country, 
whether steam or sailing vessels, on the fair market 
value of the hull, rigging, boilei'S, steam engines and 
other machinery, and all appi;rtenances, N.E.S. ... 5 p. c. 

30. Cans, imported in a manufactured state for putting up her- 

metically sealed goods, including the packages or cases in 

which they are im.pOrt^d~ad val. ... ... ... 40 p. c. 



306 Newfoundland Customs' Tarijf. 



If In Doubt 



31. Canvas, of hemp, cotton or liax, known as sail and tariDaulin 

canvas, not including cotton drill— ad val. ... ... 5 p. c. 

32. Carriages, viz.: — 

Carriages, Express and other Waggons, Buggies, Carts and 
Sleighs, N.E.S., wlugn costing at tlie port of shipment 
not more than $50 each— $10 each, and ad val. ... 40 p. c. 

When costing over $50 each, but not exceeding $100— $20 

each, and ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 40p.o. 

Costing over $100 each— $30 each, and ad val. ... ... 40 p. c. 

Carriage, Waggon, Buggie, Hearse, or Express Bodies; Pur- 
chases, Gears, Hoods, Poles, or Seats, made up or part 
made up; Mailable Seat Irons, and other mailable carri- 
age parts, Steel Tires, Sleigh Runners, N.E.S.; Steps or 
Step pads — ad val. .. ... ... ... ... 50 p. c. 

Wheelbarrows, Handbarrows, Stand Carts, Trucks, Trollies, 

or Samsons — ad val. ... ... ... ... 75 p. c. 

Wheels, readymade or part made — that is, with spokes in 

hub, per wheel — $1, and ad. val. ... ... ... 20 p. c. 

Rubber Tires for carriages, and Moss for stuffing parts of 
carriages, when imported by manufacturers of carriages 
— ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 20 p. c. 

Wheel Spokes for carriages, any size up to Ij inches ; Wooden 
Rims for wheels, all sizes ; Carriage Shafts, not trimmed ; 
Hubs, for carriage wheels, or blocks to make such Hubs, 
up to 8 inches in diameter — ad val. ... ... 30. p. c. 

Wheel Spokes for vehicles and carriages, over 1-^ inches ; 
Caraiage Shafts, trimmed or partly trimmed ; Hubs for 
vehicles, or Blocks to make such Hubs, over 8 inches in 
diameter — ad val. ... ... ... ... 50 p. c. 

Whitewood, Basswood, Ash and Hickory, not planed or 
dressed, when imported by blockniakers, wheelwrights 
and carriage builders to be manufactured by them— per 
M.feet ... ... ... .. ... ^2 00 

Bows for hoods. Springs, Axles, Shafts, and other Clips, 
Bolts, Circles, Stamp-Joints and Off-Sets, Swing Hoods, 
Swing Rings and Plates, Spring Shackles, Felloe-Plates', 
Axle Boxes, Spring Steel ; Carriage Trimmings, such as 
Tufts, Tacks, Whip Sockets, Lace, Shaft Tips, Swing Ends, 
Silver Readings and Carriage Lamps — ad val. . ' 30 p. c. 

33. Casks, viz. : — 

Empty (second hand), 45 gallons and under— each 
Empty (second hand), over 45 gallons — each 
In which dry goods are imported, which are capable of con- 
taining or being made to contain liquids — each 
Herring Barrels — each 
All other empty Casks, N.E.S. — ad val. 

34. Ca^k Staves (second hand), to make casks of 45 gallons and 

up— per 120 ... , ... ... ._. 

To make Cask's under 45 gallons— per 120 



$0 50 
1 50 


1 50 

25 

60 p. c. 


6 00 

1 m 



Newfoimdlarul Customs' Tariff. 307 



go to AYRE'S. 



35. Cast Iron Pipes — ad val. ... ... ... ... 35 p. c. 

36. Cement, viz. : — 

Portland, Roman and Hydraulic, Water, Lime and Iron 

Oxide, in bags, barrels or casks — ad val. ... ... 25 p. c. 

37. Cheese— per lb. ... ... ... ... ... 3| cts. 

38. Chemicals, when imported by Manufacturers of Matches for 

manufacturing matches — ad val. .. ... ... 20 p. c. 

39. Chewing Gums of all kinds — ad val. ... ... .. 40 p. c. 

4U. Chicory — raw or green — per lb. ... ... ... 2 cts. 

Kiln-dried, roasted or ground — per lb. ... ... ... Sets. 

41. China and Porcelain Ware, also Earthenware and Stoneware, 

Crown or Colored, and Rockingham Ware, White Granite 
or Ironstone Ware, C. C. or Cieam Colored Ware, decora- 
ted, printed or sponged, and all Earthenware, N.E.S. — ad 
val. 

42. Cider and Perry — per gall. 

43. Clocks, Watches, Watch Glasses, Clock and Watch Keys, 

Clock and Watch Movements and parts — ad val. 

44. Coal, known as Anthracite, when brought into or imported 

into the port of St. John's— per ton 
All other description of Coal, N.E.S., when brought into or 

imported into the port of St. John's — per ton 
When imported or brought into any other port or place in 

this Colony — per ton 

45. Codfish, Haddock, Hake and Ling, N.O.P.— per qtl. 

46. Coffee, green — per lb. 
Coffee, roasted or ground — per lb. 
Preparations or mixtures to resemble Coffee — per lb. 
Extract of or substitutes of all kinds— ad val. 

47. Combs of all kinds, and Curry Cards — ad val. 

48. Confectioners' Ornaments — ad val. 

49. Confectionery of all kinds, including Sugar Candy, Almond 

Paste (when imported bj^ Confectioners), Sweetened Gums 
(excepting Gums known as Chewing Gums), and Pop Com 
per 100 lbs. 

50. Cordage of all kinds, N.E.S.— per lb. 
Clothes Lines, Window Cords, and such like, when plaited 

-ad val. ... .., ... ... .. 40 p, 

51. Cork, Corkwood, Stoppers for Bottles, and Canvass and Glass 

Buoys for fishing nets — ad val. ... ... ... 10 p. 

52. Cotton Fabrics of every description, and manufactures and 

productions of Cotton, N.E.S. — ad val. ... ... 35 p. c. 

53. Dry Goods, viz. :— 

Blankets, Quilts, Counterpanes, and other bed covers, N.E.S.; 
Carpeting, Rugs, Mats and Matting of cocoa, straw, hemp 
or jute, Turkish or Imitation Turkish Carpets or Carpet- 
ing, and Rugs and Mats of all kinds, and Floor, Shelf, 
Stair, Enamelled and Table Oil Cloth, Linoleum and Cork 



40 p. c. 


20 cts. 


35 p. c. 


$1 00 


70 cts. 


50 cts. 


$1 50 


50 cts. 


5 cts. 


7 cts. 


30 p. c. 


40 p. c. 


.30 p. c. 


$ 6 50 


OU 



c. 



308 Newfoundland Customs' Tariff. 



Use '^Sanitas/^ the Modern Covering 

Matting or Cork Carpets ; Damask of Linen, Stair Linen, 
Diaper, Sheets and Sheeting, Quilts, Towels and Towelling, 
and like articles of linen, or of linen and cotton combined, 
made up or not, N.E.S.; Art Muslins and Cretonnes ; Fa- 
brics or Clothing which have been exported to be dyed, 
cleaned, altered or made up, when re-impoited ; ftloves 
and Mitts of all kinds, N.E.S.; Shawls of all kinds ; Rail- 
way or Travelling Rugs, and Lap Dusters of all kinds ; 
Umbrellas and Parasols of exery description ; Braces or 
Suspenders ; Woven or Knitted Shirts and Drawers ; Car- 
digan Jackets and Guernseys ; Socks and Stockings of all 
kinds, N.E.S. ; Manufactures of Hemp, Flax or Jute, N.E.S. 
or Flax, Hemp and Jute combined, N.E.S., and Bags or 
Sacks made up of Jute, Hemp, J^inen or Cloth, including 
Seamless Bags — ad val. ... ... ... ... 35 ]j. c. 

54. Diving apparatus — ad val. ... ... ... ... 10 ]>. c. 

55. Dories and Dory Oar.s-i-ad val. ... ... ... 20 \). c. 

56. Drain Pipes, Sewer Pipes, Chimney Linings or Vents, Cliim- 

ney Tops and inverted Blocks, glazed orunglazed, Eartlien- 
ware Tiles, Stove Linings, and MKnufactuii-s olOlny or 
Cement, and Crocks, Jars, Churns and Deniijoiuis of 
Stoneware or Earthenware — ad val. ... ... ... 30 p c. 

57. Eggs— per doz. ... ... ... ... ... o cts. 

58. Explosives, viz. : 

Cannon, Musket, Rifle, Gun, and Sporting Powder, Cannis- 
ter Powder, Giant Powder, Nitro, and other explosives, 
N.O.P.-advah ... 35 p. c. 

59. Fancy Wares, viz. : — 

Fancy Writing Desks, Fancy Cases for Jewellery, Silverware. 
Watches, Plate-w.ire and Cutlery ; Glove, Handkerchief 
and Collar Boxes and Cases ; Brush or Toilet Cases, and 
all Fancy Cases for similar fancy articles of any material ; 
Fans, Dolls, and Toys of all kinds, including Children'.s 
Sleds and Carriages ; Ornaments of Alabaster, Spar, Ambei, 
Terra-cotta or Composition, Statuettes, Bead Ornaments 
and Paper Mache ware ; Hammocks, Lawn Tennis Nets, 
Sportsmen's Fish Nets, and other articles manufactured of 
twine, and N.E.S.: Magic Lanterns, and Slides therefor ; 
Philosophical, Photographic, Mathematical ;uk1 Optical In- 
struments,. N.E.S. ; Cyclometers, Pedometers, Tapelines of 
any material, and Photographic Dry Plates- ad val. ... 40 p. c. 

60. Feathers — per lb. 

61. Poindings for Boots and Shoes, viz. : — 
Counters, Pegs and Pegwood, Box-toe Tips, Steel and Wo«>de 



cts 



Shanks, Lasts, Patterns, Heel-plates and Crimp Irons Eve- 



len 
-plates and Crimr. Tfnno i? 
lets and Boot Hooks — ad val 

63. Firewoiks of all kinds, including Torpedoes and Firecrackers 
— ad val. 



2.") p. c. 



40 p. 



Nert^foiindland Customs' Tariff. 309 



for Walls.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 



64. Flag-Atones, and all other Building Stone, undtessed, N.E.S., 
and Flag.-tones, Freestone, Sandstone, and all Building 
Stone, n-jt hammered or dressed, N. E. S., and Marble, 
Granite and Freestone, sawn only, N.E.S., and Marble and 
Granite, icngh, and nut haniiiieied or dressed — ad val. ... 30 p. c. 

64. Flannels, Serge.s, N.E.S.; Swanskins and Kerseys — ad val. ... 35 p. c. 

65. Forgings of Iron or Steel, of whatever shape or size, or in 

whatever stage of manufacture, when weighing under five 

cwt. and over 60 lbs.,N.E.S.— ad val. ... ... 30 p. c. 

When weighing five cwt. and over— ad val. ... ... 10 p. c. 

66. Freestone, Marble and Granite, N.E.S., ami all manufactures 

of Marble, Freestone- or (Jianite, N.E.S.— ad val. ... 50 p. c. 

67. Fruits, viz. : — 

Oranges, Lcnion-s Limes, Giape.«, Peaches, Peais, Blackber- 
lies, Gooseberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Plums, Cher- 
ries, Quinces, Daniscjns, Bananas, Plantains, Pineapples, 
Pomegranates, Guava, Mangoes, Shaddocks, and other 
Green Fiuit ; and Fruit Pulp, when imported by bakers 
to be used in the manufacture of Fancy Biscuits — ad val. 15 p. c. 

Dried Raisins, Curi-ants, Prunes, Apricots, Dates, Nectarines, 
Canilied Peel, Citron, Figs, and other dried, candied or 
dessicateil iVuit — per lb. ... .■■ ■• ••• 3 cts. 

Fruit in air-tight cans or other packages, including Preserved 

Ginger — ad val. .. ... -. •-- 35 p. c. 

Fruits preserved in brandy and other spirits — ad val. ... 40 p. c. 

68. Fur Gloves, Mitts, Coats, Jackets, Capes, Hats, Caps, Muffs, 

Stoles, Robes, and all other manufactures of Fur— ad val. 45 p. c. 

69. Glassware, viz. : 

Common Colorless Window Glass — ad val. ... ... 30 p. c. 

All other kinds of Gla.ss and Glassware, N. E. S , including 
Silvered Glass, framed or not framed. Spectacles kiuI Eye- 
glasses, and frauips and metal parts thereof — ad val. ... 40 p. C. 

7'). Gold, Silver, and Aluminnn. L^-at, Dutch or Sclilag Metal 
Leaf, Brocade and Bronze Powders, and Gold Liquid Paint, 
— ad val. ... -•• ■•• ••• 35 p. c. 

71. Grindstones, Scythe and other Sharpening Stonee— ad val. ... 30 p. c. 

72. Groceries, viz. : — 

Buckwheat, Buckwheat Meal or Flour, and (lour of similar 

cereals, N.E.S.—per lb. ... ... ...let. 

Cocoa, Shells and Nibs, Chocolate, and other preparations 

of Cocoa, ad val., 30 per cent., per lb. ... ... 2 cts. 

Jelly Powders, Jellv Tablets, Calves' Feet Jelly, and suchlike 
preparations, N.E.S. ; Glucose ; Honey in Comb or other- 
wise, and imitations thereof; Lime Juice and other Fruit 
Syrups and Fruit Juices, N.E.S. , and Crystals and Pow^ 



310 Newfoundland Cxistoms' Tariff. 

AYRE & S03\iS, Ltd., for House 

ders for making Lemonade and similar beverages ; Maple 
Sugar, Maple Syrup, Syrup< and Molasses of all kinds, 
N.E.S., the product of the Sugar Cane or Beet, N.E.S., and 
all imitations thereof ; Canne(l Poultry and Game, Extracts 
of Meat, Fluid Beef (not medicated), Bovril, Bovri! Wine, 
and similar Extracts, and Soups ; Rolled Oats, Farina, 
Cornflour, and similar preparations of cereals, N.E.S., when 
put up in packages of less -iveight than 28 lbs. ; Olive Oil 
or Salad Oil, in bottle-- ; Rice and Sago Flour, Sago and 
Tapioca ; Spice of all kinds, Ginger, Nutmegs, Mace, Car- 
laway Seed ; Laundry Blueing of all kinds. Starch, and all 
preparations having the quality of Starch, N.E.S. ; Ground 
Mustard and Bi-Carbonate of Soda ; Condensed Milk ; 
Piokles. Sauces and Catsups, including Soy ; Vegetables, 
in air-tight cans or similar packages ; Yeast Cakes, Com- 
pressed Yeast and Baking Powders, and all Groceries, 
N.E.S.— ad val. ... ... ... ... 35 p. c. 

73. Hair Cloth of all kinds ; Hair, Spring, and other Mattresses ; 

Hair Bolsters and Pillows and Felt (pressed) of all kinds 

—ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 30 p. c. 

74. Hats, Caps and Bonnets of any material, N.E.S. , and Hat, 

Cap and Bonnet Shapes— ad val. ... ... ... 40 p. c. 

75. Hardware, viz.:-- 

(a) Adzes, Axes, Cleavers, Hatchets, Saws, Wedges, Sledges, 

Hammers, Crow-bars, Cant Dogs, Track Tools, Picks 
ami Eyes, or Poles for same, Axe-handles, Anvils, Vises, 
Files and Rasp^~, Carpenters' Rules, Mallets and Ganges, 
Shovels and Spades, of iron or steel, Smiths' Bellows, 
Diamonds for Glazieis' use. Ice Saws, Ice Ploughs; 
Splitting, Sheath, Shoe, Butchers', Farriers' Putty,' 
Glazieis' and Paint Knives; Edged Tools of all kinds 
for hand or machine use, including Shoemakers' and 
Tinsmiths' tools or bench machines, N.E.S. — ad val. ... 25 p. c. 

(b) Knives, N.E.S., Shears, Scissors, Erasers, Manicure Files, 

Trimmers, Lamp Shears, Horse and Toilet Clippers^ 
Table Cutlery and all like Cutlery, plated or not; Skates 
of all kinds. Cast-iron Hollow-ware, tinned, enamelled 
or not; Coal Boxes, Coal Scoops, Coal Shovels, Fire Irons 
of all kinds, Safes and Doors for Vaults, Strength test 
ing Machines of all kinds; Bird, Parrot, Squirrel, and 
Rat or Mouse Cages, of wire or other material; Rat and 
Mouse Traps. Cash Registers, Carpet Sweepers, Fire Ex- 
tinguishing Machines; Trawls, Trawling Spoons, Fly 
Hooks, Sinkers, Swivels, Floats, and Sportsmen's Fish- 
t'^^^J^^t Fish Hooks and other Anglers' requisites, 
N.E.S.; Guns, Rifles, including Air Guns and Air 
Rifles, not being toys; Muskets, Cannons, Pistols, Revol- 
vers, or other fire-arms ; Cartridge Cases, Cartridge 
Primers, Percussion Caps, Wads, or other Ammunitiou 



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Furnishings of Every Kind. 



N.E.S. ; Bayonets, Swords, Fencing Foils and Masks, 
Gun or Pistol Covers or Cases, Game Bags, Loading 
Tools and Cartridge Belts of any material; Signs of any 
materia], framed or not; Letters of any material, for 
signs or similar use; Builders', Cabinet-makers', Up- 
holsters', and Trunk-makers' Hardware, including Fur- 
niture Springs, Hinges and Locks, K.E.S. ; Gas meters. 
Lead Pipe, Lead Shot, Lead Bullets, and all Manufac- 
tures of Lead, N.E.S. ; Scales, Balances. Weighing Beams 
and Weights; Brass and Copper Nails, Tacks, Rivets 
and Burs or Washers, Brass Pumps of all kinds, and 
Garden or Lawn Sprinklers; Brass and Copper Wire, 
plain, turned or plaited; Bells and Gongs, and all Manu- 
factuies of Brass and Copper, N.E.S.; Wiie of all kinds 
of metals, N.E.S.; Wire Cloth or Woven Wire and Net- 
ting of Brass, Copper or Steel; Screws', commonly called 
"Wood Screws," of Iron, Steel, Brass or other metal, 
plated or not, and Machine or other Screws, N.E.S.; 
Wire Rope, N.E.S.; Iron or Stetel Nuts, Washer.s Rivets, 
N.E.S., and Bolts, with or without threads, Nut-bolts 
Hinge-blanks, N.E.S.; Telephone and Telegrapii Instru- 
ments, Electric and Galvanic Batteries; Lamps, Side- 
lights, Head-lights, Lanterns, Chandeliers, Gas, Coal, or 
other oil hxtures or metal thereof, including Lava or 
other Tips, Burners, Collars, Galleries, Sliades and Shade 
holders; Buckles of Iron, Steel, Brass or Copper of all 
kinds, N.E.S. (not being jewellery); Slide Shoes, N.E.S.; 
Stereotypes, Electrotypes and Celluloids of Newspaper 
columns, and Bases for the same, composed wholly or 
partially of metal or celluloid, and Matrices or Copper 
Shells for the same, N.O.P.: Curling Stones and Fittings 
therefor; Clothes Wringers, Clothes Washers, and other 
Washers for domestic use; Gas or Oil Stoves; Stove 
Plates, Stoves of all kinds for coal or wood, or parts 
thereof, and all Manufactures of Metals, N.E.S.— ad val. 35 p. c. 

When any of the above articles are imported in cases or cabinets, the 
cases or cabinets shall be dutiable at the same rate as their contents. 

(c) Anchors, Grapnels, Coil Chain, Coil Chain Links, and 

Chain Shackles; Tin, in sheets and blocks, and Solder, 
N.E.S.; Fish Hook-s not including hooks or fly-hooks 
for anglers; Lead, in bars and sheets. Wire Fencing and 
Fasteners for same; Wire Rope for rigging vessels; Bab- 
bitt metal. Type metal, Phosphor Tin and Phosphor 
Bronze, in blocks, bars, plates, sheets and wire, N.O.P.; 
Patterns of Brass, Iron, Steel, or other metals not being 
metals — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 10 p. c. 

(d) Fencing of iron or steei — ad val. ... ... ... 40 p. c. 

(e) Boiler Rivets, CoopenV ami Tinsmiths, Rivets, N.E.S,; 

Rivets aud Patent Bushings far ships' blocks; Mfetal 



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parts for Coffins aud Caskets; Stamped Tin and Tin 
parts, used in the niannfacture of trunks, and Silver 
and Composition Metal for the niannfacture of jeAvellery 
and plated ware — ad va4. .. ... ... 20 p. c. 

76. Harness, including Horse Boots and Saddlery of everj' de- 

scription — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 40 p. c. 

Harness Findings, viz. :— 

Loops, Winkers, Ej^es or Blinds, Metallic and Wood Find- 
ings for harness making — ad val. ... ... ... 25 p. c. 

77. Hay— pej:' ton of 2000 lbs. ... ... ... .. |3 00 

78. Herring, Salmon, Turbot, Halibut and Mat;kerel, N.O.P.— 

per brl. ... ... ... ... ... ... i OO 

79. Hoop Iron and Steel Strips for making hoops, N.E.S,, in- 

cluding hoop iron and steel strips punched, splayed or 

nosed, over sixty-eight inches in length — ad val. ... 5 p. c. 

80. Hops — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 10 p. c. 

81. Indian or v-orn Meal, when bolted or granulated, including 

duty on package — jjer brl. ... ... ... ... 30 20 

82. Indian Eubber Boots and Shoes, and all manufactures in part 

or in whole of Indian Rubber or Guttapercha; Indian Rub- 
ber Clotliing and Clothing made watei'-proof with Indian 
Rubber or like substance; Rubber or Guttapercha Hose, 
anC Cotton or Linen Hose, lined with guttapercha or In- 
dian Rubber — ad val. ... ... ... 40 p c 

83. Iron of all kinds, including Galvanized Iron in bolts, bars, 

strips, sheets, plates and pieces— ad val. ... ' ,]] 10 p. c. 

84. Iron and Steel Railway Ears, or Rails of any form, punched 

or not; Iron or Steel Fittings for Iron or Steel Pioe of 

any description — ad val. ... ... _. "■ _ 30 r» c 

85. Iron or Steel Bridges, or parts thereof ; Iron or Steel struc- 

tural work. Columns, Girders, Shapes or Sections, not to 
include outside coverings ior buildings, steel or metal 
shingles and ceiling coverings ; Iron or Steel Pipe or 
Tubing, plain and galvanized, riveted, corrugated, or other- 
wise specially manufactured, threaded and coupled or not 



—ad val. 

Wrought Iron or Steel Tubing, plain or galvanised, threaded 
and coupled or not — ad val. ... 



20 p. c. 
10 p. c. 



86. Jellies, Jams and Preserves, including duty on ordinary 

crocks and bottles, ad val, 35 per cent.— per lb. 6 -t 

87. Jewellery of all kinds, including ornamental Hat Pins Hair 

Pins, Belt or other Buckles, and similar ornamental arti 

'cl^ ''°ri". ""' ^7f^'^'' ^,- f ^: ' ^^" manufactures of 
Gold and Silver, N.E.S, and Sterling and other Silver- 
ware, ^ickleplated ware. Gilt or Electroplated ware whollv 
or ID part, ot all kinds ; mamifactures of Britannia Metal 



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Value in Flour, Pork, Molasses, etc. 

Nickle Silver, Nevada and German Silver, not plated, and 
manufactures of Aluminum, N.E.S. — ad val. ... 40 p. c. 

88. Knifebrick, Knifepolish, and other metal polish or composi- 

tion for polishing metal ; Lamp Wicks ; Shoe Blacking, 
Stove Polish and Shoe Dressing, Washing Soda (Sodium 
Carbonate) and Caustic Potash and Lye — ad val. ... 35 p. c. 

89. Lard, Lard Compound, and similar substances, Cottolene and 

Stearine of all kinds, N.E.S. — ad val. ... ... 30 p. c. 

90. Leather, viz. : — 

Leather, known as "sole leather," — ad val. ... ... 20 p. c. 

Rough, Split, L^ndressed Leather, when iiuporteil by Tan- 
ners for dressing — ad val. ... ... ... 20 p. c. 

Rough, LTndressed Leather, when imported by Tanners for 

farther dressing — per lb. ... ... ... ... 3 cts. 

Glove-grain, Boot-grain, Oil-grain, Butt', Si^lit, Imitation 
Goat, Polished Pebble and Waxed Calf Leather, when 
bark tanned — ad val. ... ... ... ... 30 p. c. 

All other Upper Leathers, N.E.S., and Japanned, Patent or 

Enamelled Leather — ad val. ... ... ... 20 p. c. 

Harness Leather, N. E S. ; Chamois Skins, and Morocco 

Leather, N.O.P.— ad val. ... ... ... ... 25 p. c. 

Leatherboard, Leatheroid, and manufactures thereof, N.E.S. 

ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 30 p. c. 

9L Leatherware, viz. :— 

Boots, Shoes, Slippers and Gaiters, or Leggings of Leather, 

Leatheroid or other material — ad val. ... ... 40 p. c. 

92. Lime (oxide of calcium)— (100 lbs. to the busli.)— per bush.... \b cts. 

93. Lime Juices and Fruit Juices, when fortified with or contain- 

ing not more than twenty-five per cent, of proof spirits — 

per gal. ... ... ... ... ... 60 cts. 

And when containing more than twenty-five per cent, of 

proof spirits — per gal. ... ... ... ... $2 00 

94. Limestone — per ton ... ... ... ... 50 cts. 

95. Locomotives and Tenders ; Boilers for Locomotives ; Railway 

and Tram Cars of all descriptions, and their component 
parts ; Railway Fish Plates, Switches, Frogs, Crossings and 
intersections for Railways, Automobiles, and other similar 
motor vehicles— -ad val. ... ... ... ... 30 p. c. 

96. JiUmber, viz. ;— 

Boards, under one inch in thickness, imported expressly for 
manufacturing Dories (not grooved, tongued or planed)- 
per M. feet. ... ... ... ... .. ^1 00 

Boards and Plank, one inch in thickness, and so in propor- 
tion for any greater thickness, N.E.S. — per M. feet ... 4 00 
BR 



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In FlouPy we strongly recommend ''Our 

Boards and Plank, grooved, tongued or j)laned, one inch iu 
thickness, and so in proportion for any greater thickness 
—per M. feet ... ... ... ... ... $5 00 

Oak, pitch-pine. Elm, Beech, Green-heart and Iron-wood 

lumber, under five inches square — per M. feet ... 1 00 

Latha and Shingles — per M. feet ... ... ... 60 cts. 

97. Machines and Machinery, viz. : 

(a) Steam Boilers, when imported to be used for heating pur- 
poses ; Kadiators, Fan-blowers, Elevators, Fanning-mills, 
Horse- power Machines, Machinery and parts of machi- 
nery, N.E.S. ; Electric Light Machinery and Electric 
material of every description, including Carbons, Electric- 
meters, and Electric apparatus ; Turning Lathes ; Fret- 
saw Machines, Scroll-saw Machines, N.E.S., costing at 
place of shipment less than $6, and to be driven by hand 
or toot-power, N.E.S., and Dating, Ruling, Paging or 
Perforating Machines- ad val. ... ... ... 35 p. c. 

(i) Turning Latlies, Fret Saw Machines, Scroll Saw Machi- 
nes, N.E.S. , costing at place of shipment over $6 ; Gas 
Engines, Typewriters, Fog Horns, patented ; Machinery, 
patented, and of a kind not manufactured in this Co- 
lony, N.E.S. ; Machines for the manufacture of Boots 
and Shoes ; Planing, Boring, Mortizing, Moulding, and 
similar Machines for builders' purposes ; Power Ma- 
chines for the manufacture of Steam and other Engines 
and Boilers ; Sewing and Knitting Machines and parts 
thereof ; Machine Felt for Pulp Wet Machine; Steam 
Boilers, Engines, Propellers, Winches, and parts of ma- 
chinery to be used in ships, N.E.S. ; Steam Engines, to 
be used in local industries, and Steam Boilers, not to be 
used for heating purposes, N.E.S. ; Portable Saw Mills 
and Electric Motors — ad val. ... ... 25 t» c 

(f) Machines for Carding Wool, Spinning Wheels, Wool Cards 
Water Wheels, Steel Propellers, N.E.S., and Ruling Ma- 
chines and Pens for same ; Book-binders' Tools and Im- 
plements, Leather, Book-binders' Wire, Stitching Ma- 
chines, Book-binders' Cloth and Marble Paper, and Paper 
Board, when imported by Book-binders' for use in their 
trade and not for sale, and paper for covers of books 
when imported by Printers- ad val. 10 n p 

98. Malt— ad val. ... ,;/ " 

Moss and Poi'tenne, when imported by Brewers— ad val 30 p c 
Mariners' Compasses, and Cards for same, Patent Logs and 

Log Lines, Sextants and Quadrants— ad val. 20 p 
Thermometers Barometers, Clinometers, Telescopes, Bino" 

culars, E^arallel Rulers, Brass Binnacles and Chronometers ' 

for ships us^—ad val. ... ' ^', 

... 00 p. c. 



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100. Marline for making Lobster Pots — ad val. ... ... 10 p. c. 

101. Mast Pieces and Spars, viz. : 

Dressed or partly dressed, 60 feet or over in length, N.E.S. 

—ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 20 p. c. 

Dressed or partly dressed, under (50 feet in length, N.E.S. 

ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 30 p. o. 

Undr'^ssed, 60 feet or over in length, including wharf shoreSj 

N.E.S.— per ton %\ 20 

Undressed, under 60 feet in length, including whart sliores, 

N.E.S.- per ton ... ... ... ... 2 40 

102. Matches of all kinds— ad val. ... ... .., 40 p. c. 

103. Meats, viz. :— 

Canned Meats, known as C. C. Beef, Corned Beef, Corn 
Beef, Corn Beef Hash, Luncheon Beef, Roast Beef, Boiled 
Beef, Roast Mutton, Boiled Mutton and Brawn, per re- 
puted lb. ... ... ... •■• - 3 cts. 

All other Canned Meats, N.E.S.— ad val. ... ... 35 p. c. 

Meat, fresh— per lb. ... ... ... ... 2 cts. 

Poultry and Game, dead — per lb. ... ... ... Sets. 

Sausages — per lb. ... •-. ••■ ... 5 cts. 

Bacon, Hams, Tongues and Beef, smoke cured, per lb., 3c., 
ad val. 10 P- ^■ 

Hams and Tongues, dry salted or pickled— per lb. ... 2 cts. 

Meats, dry salted, N.E.S.— per lb. ... ... ...let. 

Beef, when salted in barrels, including duty on barrels— 
perbrl. ^ 0^ 

Pigs' Heads, Jowls without tongues, Hocks, Feet and Ribs, 
when salted in barrels, including duty on barrels— per brl. 1 00 

Pigs' Jowls and Tongues, when salted in barrels, including 
duty on barrel — per brP ... ... ••• ••• 1 ^0 

Pigs' Feet preserved in vinegar — ad val. ... ... 35 p. 

Pork, in barrels or half barrels, viz. : — 

Mess, Family, Prime Mess, Rump. Extra Prime, Beau, Clear, 
Butt and Ham, including duty on packages— per hr). ... 1 50 

Belly, Back, or Family Mess or Loin Pork, including duty 
on packages — perbrl. ... ... ... •■• 2 00 

104. Medicinal, Chemical and Pharmaceutical preparations, when 
composed of one or more than one substance, N. E. S. , 
Patent and Proprietary preparations, Tinctures, Pills, 
Powders, Troches, Lozenges, Syrups, Cordials, Bitters, 
Anodynes, Tonics, Plasters, Liniments, Salves, Ointments, 
Pastes, Drops, Waters, Essences and Oils, N.E.S. ; Anti- 
septic Surgical Dressing, such as Absorbent Cotton, Cotton 
Wool, Lint, Lambs' Wool, Tow, Jute, Gaa?e and Oakum, 



c. 



316 Newfowndlawl Customs' Tariff. 



If youp Raincoat is a ^'Cravenette '' 

prepared for use as Surgical Dressing ; Plain or medicated 
Surgical Belts, Pessaries, and Suspensory Bandages of all 
kinds ; Oiled Silk ; Codliver Oil, and compounds of which 
Codliver Oil forms a prominent part ; Liquorice, Paste, 
Liquorice in rolls or sticks, when of the cpiality known as 
Spanish Li([Uorice ; Paraffine Wax, Bees' Wax, Burgundy 
Pitch, Vaseline, and all similar ])reparations of petroleum 
for toilet, medicinal or other purposes, and Cream of Tar- 
tar — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... .30 p. c. 

105. Mosaic Flooring, ot any material, Roofing Slate, Slate Man- 

tles, and other manufactures of Slate, N.E.S.— ad val. ... 40 p. c. 

106. Nails, viz. :— 

Iron or Steel, Cut Nails and Spikes (ordinaiy Vuiilder.s') : 
pressed Nails ;ind pressed Spikes of all kinds ; Wiie Nails 
of all kinds ; [run or Steel Tacks of all descriptions, leath- 
ered or not, N.PIS., and Galvanized Cut Nails and Spikes 
per lb. ... ... ... .. ... 1 ct. 

Shoe Tacks, Brads, Sprigs and Shoe Nails— per Ih. ... ^ ct. 

Wrought, when hand made ; Brads, used hy hnioui-makeis 
for fastening wiie ; Nails, used by brush-makers ui making 
brushes ; Horse-shoe Nails, and Galvanized Nails and 
Spikes, and Sheathing Nails, N.E.S. — per lb ... -let. 

107. Nets, Netting, Trawl Gear, Traps and Seines, for u-e in si-a 

and Salmon Fisheries — ad val. ... ... 20 ]>. e. 

19S. Nuts, viz. :— 

Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Pecans, Peanuts, Filbeits, 

Hickory, and other kinds of Nuts, N.E.S. — per Ih. ..' 2 cts. 

Nuts, shelled — per Ih. ... ... .. 4 pj., 

Cocoanuts, N.E.S. — per 100 ... $1 UO 
Cocoanuts, when imported from the place of growth, by 

vessel direct to a Newfoundland port— per 100 ' ..'. 50 cts. 

Cocoanuts, dessicated, sweetened or not— per lb. 3 -ts 

109. Oak un- per lb. ... ... """ \l^' 

110. Oatmeal and Rolled Oats, in bags or barrels, including dutv 

on barrels and bags— per 100 lbs. ... ... " 20 

111. Oats— including duty on Lags— per bushel of 34 lbs. 05 

112. Oil Clothes— ad val. ... ... '"" ^a 

... 30 p. c. 

113. Oils, viz. :— 

Coal Oil, Naptha, N.E.S. ; Gasolene, Benzine, and all Illu 
minuting Oils, N.E.S.— per gal. ... P 

Linseed or Flax Seed Oil, raw or boiled, N E S ■ Tallow 
and Grea.se, N.E.S. ; Crude Petroleum, to be used in the 
manufacture of gas by Gas Companies ; Spirits of Tur 
pentine and Olein Beef Oil, Neutral Lard Stock, Cotton- 



Newfoundland Customs' Tariff. 317 

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seed Oil, Sesame, and otlier oils to be vised in manufac- 
turing, N.E.S., and butter coloring — ad val. ... ... 15 p. c. 

Essential Oils and Axle Grease, Neatsfoot Oil, Lard Oil, 
Se-ame Oil, N.ES., Olive Oil, N.E.S., and E.»:tract for 
dyeing Leather — ad val .. ... ... ... 25 p. c. 

Lubricating Oil — per. gal. ... ... ... ... 8 cts. 

Spermaceti, Whale, and other Fish Oils — ad val.... ... 35 p. c. 

114. Oysters or Clams, in the shell or shelled, in packages not 

hermetically sealed — ad val. ... ... ... ... 25 p. c. 

115. Paints and Colors of all kinds, Whiting, Chalk, Lamp Black, 

Ivory Black, Dyes of all kinds, L^ltramarine, Putty, Cop- 
per Paint, Varnishes, Lacquers, Japans, .Japan Dryers, Oil 
Finish, British Gum, De.xtriiie, Glue, Sizing Creau), and 
Sizing of all kinds— ad val. ... ... ... ... 30 p. c. 

116. Paper-hangings and Borderings — ad val. ... ... 35 p. c- 

117. Peas (round), including duty on packages — per brl. ... 50 cts. 

118. Peas (split and dried), green, including duty on packages — 

per lb. ... ... ... ... ... •■ i ct. 

119. Perfumer}', including Toilet preparations (non-akholic), 

viz. : — 

Hair Oils, Tooth and other Powders, Wii.-hes, Pomatums, 
Pastes, and all other perfumed preparations, N.E.S., used 
for the hair, mouth or skin, and Pomades, Fi'cnch or 
Flower Odors, preserved in fat or oil— ad val. ... ... 40 p. c. 

120. Pianofortes, Organs, and Musical Instiumeiits of all kinds, 

and parts thereof, N. 0. P., including cat-gut and other 
strings, provided that musical instrument cases shall be 
dutiable at the same rate as their contents when imported 
containing the instrument ; and Phonographs, Gramo- 
phones, and such instruments — ad val. 

121. Picture Frames and Photo Frames of any maierial — ad val. 

122. Plaster of Paris or Gypsnn), ground, niaiiufactured or cal- 

cined, and Paris Green, dry — ad val. ... 

Plaster Casts, N.E.S.— ad val. ... 

123. Potatoes — per bushel... 

124. Poultr}', alive— ad val. 

125. Ready-mades, Clothing of all kinds, N.E.S,, including Col- 

lars and Cuff's, N.E.S.— ad val. .. ... ... 45 p. c. 

126. Rice, cleaned — per lb. ... ... ... ... | cent. 

127. Sails for Boats and Ships, Tarpaulins, Tents and Awnings- 

ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 40 p. c. 

128. Salt, viz. :— 

Dairy and Table Salt, N.E.S.— ad val, ,., ,..10 p. c. 



40 p. 


c. 


40 p. 


c. 


20 p. 


c. 


30 p. 


c 


10 cts 




20 p. 


c 



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Our Post Cards include Tuck^s Artistic 



c. 



c. 



129. Saws, when used as a part of the original construction of 

Mills and Factories, N.E.S.- ad val. ... ... ••• 10 p. 

130. Shoemaker's Ink, Harness and Leallier Dressing and Har- 

ness Soap — ad val. ... ... ... ... ••• 20 p. 

131. Small Wares, viz. : — 

(a) Artificial Flowers and Dressed Feathers, Ribbons of every 
description, N.E.S. ; Crapes of all kinds ; Velvets, Velve- 
teens, Silk Velvet Plush and Silk Fabrics, N.E.S. ; Em- 
broideries, Laces, Braids, Freizes, Cords, Garters ; Brace- 
lets, N.E.S., Braids, Chains, Cords, or other similar manu- 
factures of hair or wool, N. E. S. ; Handkerchiefs of all 
kinds ; Scarfs and Ties, Corsets, Lace Collars, and all 
other similar Lace goods, Lace Nets, Netting and Veiling 
of every description, Shams, Curtains of all kinds. Regalia 
of Societies (including jewels), liadges or belts of all kinds, 
N.E.S., and Hair, cuiled or dyed — ad val. ... ... 40 p. c. 

(h) Cotton Sewing Thread, Crochet Cotton, Knitting Cotton, 
and all other Cotton, Silk and Linen Threads ; Boot, Siine 
and Stay Laces ; Buttons ; Elastic and non-elastic Web- 
bing ; Needles and Pins ; Elastic, round and flat, and Gar- 
ter Elastic- — ad val.... ... ... ... ... 25 p. c. 

132. Soaps and Pearline, and other Soap Powders— ad val. ... 40 p. c. 
All ingredients useci in the manufacture of Soap, Candles, 

Laundry Blue, Shoe and Stove Polish, paying more than 
twenty-five per cent, when imported by manufacturers — 
ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ... 25 p. c. 

133. Spirits, viz. :— 

Spirituous or Alcoholic, distilled from any matreial, or con- 
taining or compounded from or with distilled spirits of 
rtUy kind, and any mi.xture thereof with water, for everv 
gallon thereof of the strength of proof, and when of a 
greater strength than that of pi oof, at the same rate on 
the increased quantity that there would be if the liquors 
were reduced to the strength of proof, as follows, viz. : — 
Alcohol, Ethel Alcohol or the substance commonly known 
as Alcohol, Hydrated Oxide of Ethel, or Spirits of Wine, 
Amyl, Alcohol or Fusel Oil, or any substance known as 
Potatoe Spirit or Potatoe Oil, Absinthe, Arrack or Palm 
Spirits, and Spirits, over 43 per cent, over proof, and so 
in proportion for any greater strength— per gal. ... ^3 50 

Cordials, Liquors and Spirits of all kinds, N.E.3., and Mescal, 
Pulque, Rum-shrub, Schiedam and other Schnapps, Tafia^ 
Angcstura, and similar alcoholic beverages — per gal. ... 2 60 

Methel Alcohol, Wood Alcohol, Wood Naphtha, Pyroxylic 
Spirits, or any substance known as Wood Spirits or Methv- 
lated Spirits, Ether, Nitrous Ether, Sweet Spirits of Nitre 
and Aromatic Spirits of Ammonia, Alcoholic Perfumes 



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and Perfumed Spiiits, Bay Rum, Cologne and Lavender 
Waters, Jamaica Ginger, Fruit Essences, Hair, Tooth and 
Skin Washes, and other toilet preparations containing 
spirits of any kind, and all Medical preparations contain- 
ing over 30 per cent, of Alcohol — ad val. ... ... 50 p. c. 

All Medical preparations containing less than 30 per cent, 
of Alcohol, Tinctures, or Medicines or Medicinal Wines 
(so called), including Medicated Beef Fluids, such as Beef, 
Iron and Wine, and Etherial and Spirituous Fruit Essence, 
N.E.S.— ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 30p. c. 

Brandy, including Artificial Brandy, and imitations of — per 
gal. ' ... ... ... ... ... ... ^3 50 

Whiskey — per gal. ... ... ... ... ... 3 10 

Gin of all kinds — per gal. ... ... ... ... 2 60 

Ri^m — per gal. ... ... ... ... ... 2 40 

In all other cases where the strength of any of tiie Ibregoing 
articles cannot be ascertained by the direct application of 
the hydrometer, it sliall be ascertained by the distillation 
of a sample, oi' in such manner' as the Minister of Finance 
and Customs directs. When spirits are imported in bot- 
tles, six reputed quarts or twelve reputed pints shall be 
held to contain one gallon, and so for any siualler bottle or 
flask that may be imported. 

134. Stationery : — 

(a) Albumenized and other Papers and Films chemically pre- 
prepared for Photographer,-' use ; Wrapping Paper, Toilet 
Paper, Sand Paper, Glass or Flint Paper, Emery Paper, 
and Emery Cloth, Mill Board, Straw Board in sheefs or 
rolls, Tarred-paper, Felt or Straw-board or Sheathing- 
Paper ; Ruled, Bordered, and Coated Papers, Papeteries, 
Boxed Papers, Pads not printe'I on, Envelopes, and all 
manufactures of paper, N.E.S. ; Erasing Rubbers of all 
kinds ; Mucilage and other Liquid Gums ; Inks for writing; 
Photographs, N.O.P. ; Chromos, Chromotypes, Artotypes, 
Oleographs, Paintings, Drawings, Pictures, Engravings or 
Prints, or printed or proofs therefrom, and similar works 
of art, N. 0. P. ; Blue Prints and Building Plans ; and 
Christmas, New Year, Easter, Birth-day, and all similar 
Cards ; Books to be written or drawn upon. Blank Account 
Books, N.E.S. ; Paper Sacks or Bags (not printed on). Lead 
Pencils, Pencils ot all kinds, N.E.S., Pens, Penholders and 
Rulers of all kinds ; Artists' Paints and Colors, Brushes 

and other Drawing requisites — ad val. ... ... 35 p. 

(b) Newspapers or supplemental editions or parts thereof, 

partly printed, ,and intended to be completed and pub- ■ 
iish'ttd 10 Kewfotiudland — ad val. ... ... ... 25 



320 Meivfowndland Customs' Tarijf'. 

Special Attention given to Orders for 

(c) Siate Pencils, Chalk Crayons, to be used in schools, School 

Writing Slates and Copy-books, headed Ibi' scliool pur- 
poses — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 10 p. c. 

(d) Printed Music, bound or in sheets ; Mnsic for phonographs, 
pianola.«, and such like instruments, and Maps and Charts, 
N.E.S.-ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 10 p. . 

(e) Advertising and Printed matter, viz.: — 

Advertising Pamphlets, Advertising Pictorial Show Cards, 
Illustrated Advertising Periodicals, Illustrated Price 
Books, Catalogues and Price Lists, N.O.P., Directories of 
the Colony, when printed outside of the Colony ; Adver- 
tising Almanacs and Calendars, Patent Medicines or other 
advertising Circulars, Fly Sheets or Pamphlets, Adver- 
tising Chromos, Chromotypes, Oleographs, or- like work 
produced by any process other than hand-painting or 
drawing, and having any advertisement or advertising 
matter printed, lithographed or stamped thereon, or at- 
tached thereto, including Advertising Bills, Folders ami 
Posters, or other similar artistic work lithographed, printed 
or stamped on paper or card-board for business or adver- 
tisement purposes, N. 0. P. ; Playing Cards ; Labels of 
all kinds. Shipping, Price, or other Tag.^ Tickets of all 
kinds, when printed upon or lithographed, or partly 
printed ; Bank Notes, Bonds, Bills of Exchange, Cheques, 
Promissory Notes, Drafts, and all similar work unsigned. 
Check Books for counter use. Bill Heads, Forms and 
Cards, or other Commercial Blank Forms, printed, litho- 
graphed, or printed from steel or copper or other plates, 
and other printed matter, N.E.S., and Paper Sacks and 
Bags, when printed on— ad val. ... ... ... 50 p 

135. Staves, viz.: — - 
Oak, undressed — ad val. 
Of other Woods, undressed — ad val. 

Manufactured and dressed, or partly manufactured and 

dressed— per 1,200 ... 
Heading, for Coopers' use — per pair 

136. Steel, viz.: — 

Mild, in bolts, bars, sheets, plates and pieces, N. E. S 

ad val. 



c. 



5 p. c. 


25 p. c. 


§5 50 


05 



10 p. 
30 p. 



Known as "Blister Ste«l," "Chrome ,St?el," and hard or 
cast — ad val. ... ... ... ' ■ ■ 

Shafting, turned, compre.«sed or polished, when measuring 
5 inches or under in diameter, N.E.S.— ad val.... oq 

Shafting, turned, compressed or polished, when measuring ^' ^ 
aver 5 inches in diameter, N.E.S— ad val. ... in 



iSfeiofoundland Customn' Tariff. 321 

Mourning. AYRE & SOUS^ Ltd. 

137. Straw— per ton of 2,000 lbs. .. ... ... $2 00 

138. Sugars : Loaf, cut loaf, cube and castor or icing Sugar — 

per lb. ... ... ... ... ... 4 cts. 

All other white and granulated Sugars, N.E.S.— per lb. ... 3 cts. 
Brown and Yellow Sugar, not granulated. — per lb. ... 2 cts. 

139. Tar, viz. :— 

Stockholm, American and Coal Tar ; Pitch and Eesin or 
Rosin ; Tar Mixtures, Asphalt and Asphaltum, and like 
preparations — ad val. ... ... . . ... 15 p. c. 

140. Tea— ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 33 p. c. 

141. Timber, squared or partly squared, measuring live inches 

•square and over, N.E.S., and not to include mast-piecss or 
wharf-shoies or log:'; undressed — per ton .. ... 60 cts. 

142. Tinware, plnin, japanned or lithographed, anrl all manufac- 

tures of Tin and manufactures of Galvanized Sheet Iron 
and Sheet Steel, N. 0. P., including Shingles of Metal and 
Metal Facings and Coverings for buildings (pressed, form- 
ed, or otherwise prepared). Agate, Granite or Steel Hollow- 
ware, and Nickel or Aluminum Kitchen or Household 
Hollow-ware — ad val. ... ... ... ... 35 p. J. 

143. Tobacco, viz. : — 

Manufactured Tobacco, per lb., 33 cts. — ad val. 

Leaf, stripped or partly manufactured, per lb., 40c. — ad val. 

Leaf and Stems — per lb. 

Stems for manufacturing Snuff — per 100 lbs. 

Cigars, per M., $10., ad val. ... 

Cigarettes, per M., $6— ad val. 

Tobacco Pipes of all kinds. Pipe Mounts, Cigar and Ciga- 
rette Cases, Cigar and Cigarette Holders, and Cases for 
same, Smokers' Sets and Cases therefor, and Tobacco 
Pouches— ad val. ... ... ... ... 40p. c. 

Snuff— per lb. ... ... ... ... ... 50 cts. 

144. Trunks of all kinds and Valises, N.E.S., Hat Boxes, Carpet 

Bags, Tool Bags or Baskets, Satchels, Reticules, Musical 
Instrument Cases, Purses, Portmanteaux, Pocket-books, 
Fly-books, and parts thereof, and Baskets of all kinds — 
ad val. ... ... ... ... ... ••• 40 p. c. 

145. Tubes for Boilers, of wrought iron or steel, including flues 

and corrugated tubes for Marine Boilers — ad val. ... 10 p. c. 

146. Tweeds, Cloths, Doe Skins, Felt Cloth and fabrics com- 

posed wholly or in part of wool or worsted, N.E.S. — ad val. 35 p. c. 

147. Twines for Sailmaking, viz. : — 

HeuT,p Roping and Seaming, and Cotton Sail Twine, and all 
other twineb", N-.E-S;— ad val. ... ... ... 30p. Cv 



6 


p. c. 


5 


p. c. 


40 


cts. 


50 


cts. 


20 


p. c. 


30 


p. c. 



^22 Newfoundland Customs Tari^. 



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148. Vegetables, viz. : 

Turnips, Cariots, Parsnip.*, Beets, Sweet Potatoes aud Yams 
— per bushel ... ... ... ... ... 20 cts. 

Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Onions, Squashes, Pumpkins, Rhu- 
barb, Melons, and other vegetables, N.E.S.— ad val. ... 30 p. c. 

149. Vinegar, when imported in casks, including the duty on 

package — per gall. ... ... ... ... 15 cts. 

Vinegar, in bottles- ad val. ... ... ... 30 p. c. 

150. Whips of all kinds, including thongs and lashes — ad val. ... 40 p. c. 

151. Wines, viz. : — 

Champagne— per gall. ... ... ... ... $4 60 

Port and Madeira — per gall. ... ... ... .,; 1 80 

Sherry and Manzanilla, pergall., $1.00 — ad val. ... 15| p.c. 

Malaga and Montilla, co.^^ting at the place of shipment less 

than 80 cents per gall. — pergall. ... ... ... 40 cts. 

Malaga and Montilla, costing at the place of shipment 80 2ts. 

per gall., and any above that price, per gal., $1.10; ad val. 15 p. c. 

Hock, Burgundy, and Light Rhenish Wine— per gall. ... $1 10 
Claiet — pergall. ... ... ... .. __ q gg 

Spanish Red, Denia, Sicilian, Figuiera, Red Lisbon, Cape, 
and Common Lisbon — pergall. ... ... ... q 49 

Ginger Wine, containing not more than twenty-six per cent. 

of proof spirits — pergall. ... .. ... .. j qq 

Ginger Wine, containing over twentv-six per cent, of proof 
spirits— per gal " 2 60 

Vermouth Wine, containing not more than thirty-six per 

cent, of proof spirits — pergall. ... 1 00 

Vermouth Wine, containing over thirty-six percent, of proof 

spirits — pergall. ... ... ... _ 2 60 

All other Whines, N.O.P., per gall., ^1.20— ad val. . . 15 p. c. 

When Wines of any kind are imported in bottles six re 
puted quarts or twelve reputed pints shall be held to con- 
tain one gallon. 

152. Window Shades, in the piece, or cut and hemmed, or moun 

tedonrollers, N.E.S.— ad val. ' ,n 

... 40 p c 

153. Women's and Children's Dress Goods, Coat Linings, Italian 

Cloths, Alpacas, Orleans, Cashmeres, Coburgs, Henriettas 
Serges, Buntings, Nuns' Cloth, Bengalines, Whipcords' 
Winceys, Lmse.ys, Twills, plain or jacquard of similar 
fabrics, composed wholly or m part of wool or worsted 
JN.-Ci.te. — aa val. . . ... ' 

• •• 35 p. c. 

154. Wood, manufactures of, viz. : — 

'Manufactures of Corkwood other than Cork Stonners for 
bottles aud jars, FE.S.; Pails and Tubs (of woodfchurS 



Newfoundland Customs' Tariff. 328 

Hardwarca— AYRE &. SONS, Ltd. 

Washboards, Pounrlers, Rolling Pins, Mouldings of Wood, 
plain, gilded, or otherwise nianut'actured ; Fishing Rods 
of all kinds, Walking Sticks and Walking Canes of all 
kinds ; Coffins and Caskets ; Hoops for Coopers and other 
manufactures of Wood, N.E.S. — ad val. ... ... 40 p. c. 

Hoops for Masts ; Rushes for Coopers' use, and Excelsior, 
Hair and other material for making Mattrasses or stuffing 
Fvrniture, and Hair and Bristles for the manufacture of 
Brushes — ad val. ... ... ... ... ... 20 p. c. 

Trunks and Valises, in whole or in part of wood — ad val. ... 40 p. c. 
I.'iS. Yarns, Woolen and Worsted — ad val. ... ... ... 20 p. c. 

156. Zinc, and manufactures of Zinc, N.E.S. — ad val. ... ... 35 p. c. 

157. Unenumerated Goods : — 

All Goods not enumerated in this Act as subject to any 
other rate of duty, nor declared free of duty by this Act, 
and not being goods the importation whereof is by this 
Act or any Act prohibited, shall be subject to a duty of 
— ad val. ... ... ... ...' ... ... 40 p. c. 



SCHEDULE B. 

Table of Exemptions. 

158. Admiralty Charts. 

159. Agricultural Implements and Machinery, N.ES. ; and Hay-binders, 

Bone Crushers, Hay and Feed Cutters, Air Motors, Cream Separa- 
tors and Incubators. 

160. Animals, imported by Agricultural Societies, or by private persons, 

under the approval of the Govrrnor in Council, for the improve- 
ment of stock. 

161. Apparel, wearing and other personal and household effects, not mer- 

chandize, of British subjects dying abroad, but domiciled in New- 
foundland ; Books, Pictures, Family Plate or Furniture, Personal 
effects and heirlooms left by beipiest. 

162. Articles for the use of the Governor. 

163. Articles, when imported by and for the use of the Army and Navy ; 

also articles consigned direct to officers and men on board vessels of 
His Majesty's Navy for their own personal use or cnnsuniption. 

164. Articles imported tor the use of the Government or any ol tlie de- 

partments thereiif. 

165. Articles imported for the use of the Municipal Council. 

166. Articles for the official use of Consuls. 

167. Articles imported foi' Religious purposes and used in the worship of 

the denomination requiring the same, and Bells, Musical Instru- 
ments, Stained Glass Windows, Statuary, Painting.s, Carpets, Chan- 
deliers, Lamps, Clock.*, and fancy Hard Wcoi for interior finishing, 
wbeo imported solely for use in Cliurcljes and Chapels, 



324 Newfoundland Gtisloms' Tariff. 



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168. Articles imported by the Anglo-Development Co., Ltd., viz.: — All 

Constiiiction materials and machinery for Pulp and Paper Mills, 
both for the original installation and further extension of same, bnt 
not in substitution for old. 

169. Artificial Limbs. 

170. Bait. 

171. Ba^s, Barrels, Boxes, Casks and other vessels exported filled with 

Newfoundland products, or exported empty and returned filled witli 
foreign products; and Articles, the growth, produce and manufac- 
ture of Newfoundland, when returned aftei having beiny exported ; 
provided that proof of the identity of such articles and goods shall* 
be made under regulations to be prescribed by the Governor in 
Council, and that such articles and goods are returned within one 
year from the time of exportation, without having been advauct-il 
in value or improved in condition by any process of manufactuie 
or other means ; provided further, th^it this item shall not appiv to 
any article or goxls upon which an allowance or drawback has l>eeM 
made, the re-importation of which is hereby prohibited, excei)t 
upon payment ot duties equal to the drawback allowed ; nor shall 
this item apply to any article of goods wliicli lias paid an Excise 
duty. 

172. Bark, Extract of Bark, Cutch, Bi-Chromate of Potash, and Logwood. 

173. Bicycles, Anglers' Outfits, Troutinggear, Fire-arms and Ammuni- 

tion, Tents and Implements of Tourists, when in the custody of 
tourists, and under conditions made by the Minister of Finance and 
Customs to secure the expjrt of such articles, or the paynif-nt of tlit^ 
regular rate of duty on such articles when otherwise imported, if 
the articles are sold or left in the Colon) 



() 



174. Boiler and Ships' Plates, when of the thickness of one-quarter of an 

inch or over that thickness. 

175. Books, printed, and not to be written or drawn upon, and supple- 

ments for periodicals, specially importsd for the bona Me use of 
incorporated m.-titutes ; Official reports, newspapers, and monthly 
and semi-monthly magazines; Weekly Library papers, unbound 
and Christmas Annuals ; Black-boards, specimens, medals and 
wall .hagrams, illustrative of natural hist-ry, imported for col- 
leges, schools and public libraries; Kindergarten requisites and 
catalogues anc price lists of persons, firms or companies domiciled 
elsewhere, and not personally doing business here. 

176. Chair Cane, or Keeds of ^Yithrod, when imported in an unmanufac 

tured state. 

177. Clothing and Medicine, donations of, for cliaritable purposes and 

photographs sent by friends and not intended for sale. ' ' 

178. Coin and Bullion. 

179. Copper, Bitumen, Naptha, and Iron Oxide, to be used by manufac 

turers in the manufacture of Copjier Paint. "lanuiac- 

180. Corn for the manufacture of Brooms and Wliisks, 



Nevjfoundland Custovis' Tariff. 325 



Glassware.-AYRE & SONS, Ltd, 

181. Cotton Yarn, Eaw Cotton and Coke. 

182. Cotton-seed Oil, Olive Oil, Boracic Acid, Acetic Aci<i, Preservaline, 

when inipoited by manufacturers to be used in the preservation of 
Fish or Fish-glue. 

183. Engravers' Plates of Steel, polished, for engraving thereupon : Photo 

Engraving Machinery, viz.: — 
Eouter, Bevelling and Squaring Machines, Screen-holders, Cross-line 
Screens, Chemicals for use in Engraving, Wood for Blocking, En- 
graving Tools anil Process-plates. 

184. Equipments, Accoutiements and Musical Instruments for Boys' Bri- 

gades and Salvation Army ; and Ammunition and Arms for Volun- 
teer Corps, \inder the approval of the Minister of Finance and 
Customs. 

185. Fish, of British catch and cure, and Oil, the jiroduce of such fish 

(not to include preparations of Cod-liver Oil), Eggs of Fish, or 
Game-birds, when imported for propagation. 

186. Flour, Wheaten, and the package in which it is imported. 

187. Globe.*, Geographical, Topographical and Astronomical Maps and 

Charts for the use of schools; Pictorial Ilhistrations of Insects or 
similar studies, when imported for the use of Colleges, Schools and 
Library Associations ; Manuscripts and Insurance Maps. 

188. Hemp, Hemp Yarn, Coir Yarn, Sisal, Manilla, Jute, Flax and Tow. 

189. Hides, or pieces of Hides, not tanned, curried or dressed. 

190. Hoop Iron or Hoop Steel, splayed, punched or nosed, and cut in 

lengths not to exceed sixty-eight inches, to be used in making her- 
ring barrels. 

191. Indian Coin. 

192. Junk, Old Iron, Old Copper, and Old Composition Metal. 

193. Kerosene Oil, and the package in which it is imported. 

194. Lines and Twines used in connection witli the fisheries, not including 

Sporting Tackle. 

195. Machinery, nf all kinds, to be used in the actual breaking of coal or 

ore liodies underground or in an open pit, viz.: — Rock Drills, Coal 
Cutters; Pumpiyg Engines of all kinds, to be used in transferring 
water from the umlerg-round, or open pit workings, to the surface ; 
Hoisting Engines, or other machinery to be used as a motive power 
to lift ores or coal from undergro'.uid, or from an open pit, to the 
surface; Ci ushers, or other machinery to be used in the actual 
bieaking of ores, so as to facilitate refining or transportation ; 
Special Machinery of all kinds, to be used for the washing, con- 
centration, reduction, or the refining of any ore or coal, or for the 
manufacture of brick ; Prospecting Drills of all kinds, to be used 
for pioving the extent or existence underground of coal, oil or ore 
bodies ; Cranes and Derricks, when nsued for the actual handling of 
coal or ore from the workings to the surface ; Compressors, to be 
used for the operation ot any of the above machines ; Fire Clay 



326 Newfoundland Chtstoms' Tariff. 



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and Fire Brick, to be user] in the con-tniction of any ore reduction 
or smelting plKiit ; Dyiiiuiiite, Detonators, Blasting Powder, Fuses 
of all Ivinds, Bla^ting Batteries, battery Wire and Drill Steel, when 
used for Mininc; purposes ; Wrought Iron, or other Pipes, to be 
used in transmitting steam, compressed air or water through the 
underground or open pit workings, and from the point of accumu- 
lation to tiie point of exit ; Hoisting and Hauling Cables, to be 
used in the lifting and transporting of coal or ore from the working 
face to the point of shipment ; Machinery, or other equipment to be 
used in conveying coal or ore within the mine, or from the wo-k- 
ings to the surface : Provided, that should any of the foregoing 
mentioned articles in this section be used for any other purpose 
than that for which they are here set forth as being duty free, they 
shall be dealt with as smuggled goods, and be subject to all the 
provisions in such cases provided under the Customs' Acts, 1898 to 
1905. The words "machinery" in this item are not to include or 
relate to steam boilers or parts thereof 

Machinery to be used in the manufacture, within this Colony, of 
twines, lines, nets, seines, cordage, or other fishing gear. 

Motor Engines, other than steam, when imported to be used in vessels 
ovyned in this Colony and employed solely in missionary work 
within the Colony. 

196. Manures and Fertilizers of all kinds, and Sulphuric Acid, when im- 
ported to be used in the manufacture of manures. 

l.'iT. Materia! for sheathing the bottoms of vessels, such as Zinc, Copper, 
and Composition Metal, together with nails, and paper or felt, which 
njay be used for or uiuler such sheathing when used for sheathing 
vessels, under regulations to be made by the Governor in Council ; 
and Lignum Vita-. 

198. Molasse.s, produced in the West India Island.*, in the process of the 

manufactvue of sugar from the juice of the sugar cane, and the 
package in whicli it is imported. 

199. Music, written. 

200. Oil Cake, Oil Cake Meal, Cotton Seed Cake, Cotton Seed Meal, Pease 

Meal, Bran, and other preparations for cattle and chicken feed. 

201. Ores, to be used as flux. 

202. Parchment or Wax Paper, when imported .specially for packing fish 

or lining tins used in the lobster packing indusfy in this Colony. 

203. Pig Iron, Nail Strips of Iron, Steel, Zinc or Brass, to be used in the 

manufacture of cut nails in this Colony. 

204. Plants, Trees and Shrubs, also Seeds f,,r Aoricultural nurnospq 

N.E.S., and Florists' Seeds. ^ ^ uipo.es, 

205. Printing Paper, Printing Presses, Printing Types, Printers^ Ink and 

Printers' Office furniture, when imported by bona fide printers for 
use in their business. 

206. Rice, Uncleaned or Refuse Rice. 

207. Samples of no commercial value; Sand and Fire clay ; Sausage Skins 

or Casings; Salt in hulk, when imported for use in the fisheries. 



^Newfoundland Customs' Tariff. 327 



Crockeryware.-AYRE & SOJ^S^ Ltd. 



208. Scrap-iron and Scrap-steel (old), and tit only to be re-manufactured 

bein^ part of or recovered from any vessel wrecked in waters sub- 
ject to tile jurisiUction of Newfoundland. 

209. Steel Shafting, when imported for use in steam vessels. 

(a) Ships and other vessels built iu any British or foreign country 
which are to be continuously employed in connection with tlie 
trade or fisheries of the Colony. 

210. Supplies, Stores and Donations for the Moravian Missionaries on 

Labrador and for the Deep Sea Mission, under such rules and re- 
gulations as maj' be made by the Governor in Council. 

211. Settlers' effects, viz.: Wearing Apparel, Household Furniture, Books, 

Implements and Tools of Trade, occupitinn or employment ; Guns, 
Musical In-truments, Domestic Sewins? Machines, Typewriters, Live 
Stock, Bicycles, Carts and other vehicles, and Agricultural Lnple- 
ments in use by the settler for at least six numths before liis re- 
moval to this Colony, not to include machinery or articles imported 
for use in any manufacturing establishment, or for sale ; provided 
that any dutiable article entered as settlers' effects may not be so 
entered unless brought with the settler on his first ai rival, and shall 
not be sold or otherwise disposed of witiiout ])aynieiit of duty, until 
after twelve months actual use m the Colony; and travellers' bag- 
gage, under regulations pre.scribed by the Governoi in Council. 

212. Scientific Instruments and Apparatus, when imported for use in Col 

leges, Schools and Scientific or Library Societies ; and specimens 
illustrative of Natural History ; Medals and such other articles as 
may be imported by Schools or Associations to be distributed as 
prizes when such other articles are approved by the Minister of 
Finance and Customs. 

213. Stereotypes, Electrotypes and Celluloids for Almanacs, Calendars, 

Illustrated Pamplilets, Newspapers, Advertisements or Engravings, 
and all other like work for commercial, trade or other purposes 
and matrices or copper shells for the same. 

214. Surgical and Dental Instruments (not being furniture), and Surgical 

Needles ; Clinical Thermometers, Catgut and Silk Sutures ; Gal- 
vanic Battery and Electrodes, when imported by doctors for use in 
their profession. 

215. Unmanufactured Wool. 

216. Wire, of brass, zinc or steel, screwed or twisted or flattened or corru- 

gated, when imported by manufactureis of boots and shoes, for use 
in connection with nailing machines for the manufacture of boots 
and shoes, to be used for such purposes only in their own factories. 

217. Wheat, whole, not ground or crushed. 

218. Works of art, viz.: — Paintings in oil or water colors, by artists of 

well-known merit, or copies of the old masters by such artists ; and 
paintings in oil or water colors, the piodiictio)) of Newfoundland 
artists, under regulations pre.scribed by the Governor in Gi>uncil, and 
<ingravin^, when produced by the Art Union Socisty of London. 



328 Newfoundland Customs' Tariff. 



If In Doubt-go to AYRE'S. 



SCHEDULE C. 



Prohibited Goods. 

219. Books, printed paper, drawings, paintings, prints, photographs or 

representations ot any kind of a treasonable or seditious or ot an 
immoral or indecent character. 

220. Coin, base or counterfeit, 

221. Goods, manufactured or produced wholly or in part by prison labor, 

or which have been made within or in connection with any prison, 
gaol or penitentiary, shall not be imported into this Colony under 
a penally of two hundred dollars ; and, if imported, such goods 
and the packages in which they are contained shall be forfeited. 

222. Reprints of Newfoundland copyright works and reprints of British 

copyright works, which have been copyrighted in Newfoundland 
also. 

223. Tea, adulterated with spurious leaf or with exhausted leaves, oi' con- 

taining so great an admixture of chemical or other deleterious sub- 
stance as to make it unht fen- use. 

224. Salt, known as fishing salt, which has been used in vessels or else- 

where in the curing or making of ti-h, piior to its importation into 
this Colony. 



SCHEDULE D. 



Excise. 



The following duties shall be raised, levied and collected on the fol- 
lowing articles distilled, brewed or manufactured in this Colony, viz.: 

225. Brandy, not exceeding the strength of proof by Syke's hy- 

drometer, and so in proportion for any greater strength 

than the strength of proof — the gal. ... ... ... &2 35 

226. Whiskey, not exceeding the strength of proof by Syke's 

hydrometer, and so in proportion for any greater strength 

than the strength of proof — the gal. ... ... . . 1 85 

227. Gin, not exceeding the strength of proof by Syke's hydro- 

moter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 

the strength of proof — the gal. ... .._ -^ y- 

228. Rum, not exceeding the strength of proof by Syke's hydro- 

meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength 'than 

the strength of proof — the gal. ... ___ I cq 

229. Ale, Porter, Bavarian Beer, Botanic Beer, and all other small 

and dextrinous liquors— the gal. ... _ _ ^ q q- 

230. Tobacco — per lb. ... ... ... _ ^ n„j^ 

231. Oleomargine, Butterine or similar compounds per lb. 01^ 

^32. Oigarettes— per lb. ... ... ... __ " ."" o 28 



AD VERTISEMENTS. 



ESXABL-ISMED ISIT. 



n^ank of ^yYiontreal I 

FINANCIAL AGENTS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF 
THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Bankers for the Goveriiiiieiit of JVeufouiidlaiitl. 

CAPITAL — all paid up - - - . - $14,400,000 

REST -----,.- 11,000,000 

SAVINGS' BANK DEPARTMENT. 
DEPOsrrs OF one dollar and upwards 

RECEIVED. 

HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL. 

Hon. Pres. — Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona & Mount Royal, G.C.M.G. 

President — Sir Geo. A. Drummond. 

E. S. Clouston, Vice-President and (xeneral Manager- 

i^T Branches in every Province of the 
Dominion of Canada. 

New York — Agents Bank of Montreal, 31 Pine Street. 

Chicago — Bank of Montreal. 

Boston — Merchants' National Bank. 

London, England — Bank of Montreal, 46 & 47 Threadneedle-st, 

Agents in ali Rarts of the NA/orlcJ. 



J. A. PADDO^f, Manager, St, John's, Xewfoundlaud. 
H. D. CARTER, Aecountaot, 



A D V^RflSEMENTS. 



The F. B. WOOD CO., Ld. 



^^lauuikcturers and 
Dealers in 



.1 — (. m _ ... — V „ ~ ^ «> . -^- . j ,i,^ (V, igje) e(55 fe(5\2) »C5>s> =-^^ "^-^S^ -'^^ 



JAMS, JELLIES, MARMALADE, FRUIT SYRUPS, EX- 
TRACTS, SPICES, BAKING POWDERS, AND 
AERATED AVATERS. 

Also :— SOFT BREAD, CAKE AND PASTRY. 

Fresh FRUITS in season. 

Retail S/ores and Rcsfauraiifs — Water Street East and \\'est and 
Duckworth Street. Factory — Hamilton Street. General Otfices 
— Exchange Buildint»;. 



SOME LEADING LINES carried by the Leading 
Booksellers wholesale and retail : 



Bibles, Pra>'cr and Hjmn Books. 
Annuals and Picture Books. 
Standard and General Literature. 
Music Books and Sheet Music. 
Schonl Books and Requisites. 
Musical Instruments and Tutors. 
Hardware, Cutlery and Silverware. 
Enamel, Earthen and C'hinaM'are. 
Glassware— Fancy and Domestic. 
Watches, Clocks, Wedding Rings. 
Jewellery of every description. 



Artists' Materials and Decorative Goods 
Stationery and Accoimt Books. 
Tuies, Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos. ' 
Indoor and Outdoor Games. 
Trout and Salmon Tackle. 
■ Cricket, Football and Tennis Goods. 
Dolls and Tops at all prices. 
Berlin Wools <plain and shaded). 
^^ ashable Silks (all colors). 
.Spectacles, Spy and Mineral (ilasses. 
bircworks. Fancy Lanterns, Fans, &:c 



Colored Pictures, Engravings, Picture Mouldings, Mirrors, Glass, 
&c. '^r Send for 8-page Catalogue and List -of Local Mew 
Post Cards and Booklets. 

S. E. GARLAND, 

GARLAND BUILDING, 

177-179 ^^'ater Street East, St. John's, Newfoundland. 177-173 

GARLAND & CO. 

i^l - opposite the Post Office, -Water Street West 



AD VERTISEMENTS. 



7> 



H. J. STABB & CO. 



AGENTS FOR 



Commerc'l Union Fire Insurance Co. 

OF LONDON, LIMITED. 

Palatine Fii*e Insurance Co. 

LONDON, LIMITED. 

Standard Life Insnrance Co. - 

F.DINBURGH. 

Estate Agrents and General Merchants. 

IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

CORL, KkRQSEHE OIL, &c. 



53 - Water Street East, St. John's, - 53 



AD VEU TISEMENTS. 



JAMES D. RYAN 



IMPORTER OF 



CEYLON, CHINA AND INDIAN 

TEAS. 

Tel. No. 40.] ST. JOHN'S, N. F. [P.O.B. 884, 

ANGEL ENGINEERING AND SUPPLY COMPANY. 



IGINEERING AND 
PPLY CD. 


Motor " 


Boats 


ANGEL ENGINEE 
SUPPLY 


UJ ^ 

UJ 

C3 

se 


GASOLENE OR KEROSINE OIL. 


RiNO AND 
CO. 



ANGEL ENGINEERING AND SUPPLY COMPANY. 



K^aua/iariy K^lass <Sr 



K^o. 



Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers, 
and General House Furnishers. 



i^^' The largest and most varied stock of Furniture in the Co- 
lony. T^rices as low as is consistent with good workmanship. 
Sketches and estimates on application. ^ 

Show Rooms and ^ Office, corner Gower a„d Duckworih Sireeti, 
Factories-. — Gou'cr Street^ 



A B VEBTISEMENTS. 



General Hardware and 
ISp orting Dealers /~ — - — ,^_ 

ARRIVING daily large stocks of Nails, Taints, Oils, \'ar- 
nishes, Stains, Cutlery, 'I ools. Putty, Briar Pipes, Bedsteads, 
Mattresses, Glass, Locks, Ciuns, Ciunpowder, Shot, Shovels, Wring- 
ers, Skates Enan^elled Ware, Mixed Paints, all kinds of HARD- 
WARE, &'C. 

Liargest and Most Taried i^lock 
ill the IhUiikI . , 

Agents for the well-known Sherwin-Williams' Mixed Paints, 
Empire Typewriters, Hand Sewing Machines, Massey- 
Harris Agricultural Implements, Herring- 
Hall-Marvin Company's Safes. 

^^ To SPORTSMEN visiting our Island we desire to call their 
attention to our extensive and varied assortment of 

Trout and Salmon Flies and Rods, 

Also every requisite for Fishing. \\'e have made a specialty of this 
line for several years, consequently we are able to supply the best 
and most suitable flies and rods for this country. 

We also carry 

BrecH'li-loading Gnus, Rifles, 
Cartridges aiid Ainiiiuiiitioii. 

If TOURISTS and SPORTSMEN arriving via Port-au-Basques 
should desire some fishing before visiting the capital, we will be 
pleased to fill all orders for Fishing Tackle and supplies of any 
kind, and forward same promptly by mail, express or freight, as 
desired. 

g^J^ Mail orders receive our personal atfentiun in every detail^ 
and are proniptly forwarded. 

^3- Speeial terms to wholesale buyers. 

Martin Hardware Co'py. 



e ADVERTISEMENTS. 

HEARN & Ca 

Wholesale Provision 

^S=^ Lowest quotations furnished for POPULAR 
GRADES of 

Barrelled Beef, Pork, Sugar, Molasses, 
Kerosene Oil, Leather. 

ALSO 

RAISINS. CURRANTS, ROLLED OATS, OAT- 
meal, Round Pease, Split Pease, Beans, etc. 

Agents LIBBY, McNElL & LIBBV, - - " Canned Meats.' 
^^ Telephone No. 12. 



JAMES STOTT 



General Inij^orter. 
Grocer, etc. 



Tea, Wine and Spirit 
Merchant. 

WATER ST.. ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDL'D. 



i^OUTPORT ORDERS given the most careful attention 
and promptly packed and dispatched. 



ADVEIiTISEMENTS 7 

GEO. jTcARTER, 

Oeneral Importer, 
Shipping and Commission Merct'ant, 

Office :— MARTIN BUILDING. 

Branches — Herring Neck, Exploits, Northern Arm. 

Water Street, - St. John's, jSewfouiidliind. 

John bulley Syre 

Merchant's Block, Water Street, and 40 New Gower Street. 

IS now showing a grand assortment of Fancy Ornaments in ( rlass 
and Chinaware. Also, Dinner, Tea, and 1 )esert Sets, in China 
and other wares. White Stoneware — Bean Crocks, Bread Crocks, 
Jam Crocks, Jars. Also, a full line of Plain and Fancy Biscuits, 
(home made.) English and American Confectionery, Grapes^;, 
Oranges., Apples, etc. Fresh ("akes, Pastry and Bread every day. 
WEDDING CAKES always on hand. 

LEVI DIAMONDT 

[opposite bowring brothers] 

DEALER IN STOVES, TINWARE, WINDLASSES, Steer- 
ing Wheels, Hawser Pipes, Rouse Chocks, Iron Pumps, 
and General Ships' work. 

i^ JOBBING AND REIWIRS attended to with despatch. 
Satisfaction guaranteed. 

Water Street, St. John's, Newfonndland. 

St. John's Gas Light Comply. 

♦-♦ 

THE " B L A N D " INVERTED INCANDESCENT GAS 
LAMP is now supplied by The St. John's Gas Light 
Company. Call and see the greatest lighting appliance of the age 
at the Company's Offices, Gazette Building. 

iS^ Safe, Reliable, EconomicaL and Decdrative. 



S AD VEU TISEMBNTS. 

DICKS aTcO. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

B00yiND[RS, BOOKS[LLERS, STIiTlONERS k PICTUREfeHMERS, 



Fancy Goods, Toys, Chinaware, W'alking Sticks, Charts, Maps, 
and Nautical Works, Stationery and Account Books, School Book^, 
and every requisite for School and Office use ; Hymn Books, Prayer 
Books, Bibles, and Religious Works. We carry everything you 
need in our line. An up-to-date Store with an up-to-date stock. 

PROMPTNESS AND DESPATCH OUR MOTTO. 

A FIRST-CLASS BINDERY— to bind or repair your Books 
at very low prices, and a first class FRAMING DEPARTMENT 
where you can get the newest designs in moulding, the lowest 
prices, and the best workmanship. 

DICK'S k CD'S Popular Book Store, Goodfeilon's Block, later-st, 

A CARD. 



S. J. FOOTE, 

B arris ter-at-La^v. 
Commercial Chambers, Water Street, St. John's. N. F. 

ROBT. TEMPLETON 

GENERAIi IMPORTER AXD MANUFAC- 
TURER OF I.OBSTER CANS, 

HAS ALWAYS ON HAND a large and varied stock of DRY 
GOODS, GROCERIES, &c., which he offers at the low- 
est prices. Highest prices given for Lobsters. We manufacture 
Celebrated ANCHOR BRAND Lobster Cans, i^ Agent for 
Local made BRICK. 

327 - ^Watei'-^t., St. Jola-n's, IST. F. - 827 



A B VEllTmEMENl^S. 9 

/ 



West End Pharmacy i 

TEf^EPttoxK 217. P. O. Box 693. 

■ ^««4 

WE are noted for skilful and accurate dispensing. We make 
a specialty of Prescriptions and use a system of checking 
which makes mistakes almost impossible. 

i?@" Outport patrons will be pleased and satisfied with the man- 
ner in which we fulfil their commands. 

In siii>|>lyin«; or ve-fittins- ME1>JC1NE CHESTS Wo 
.yuaraiitoe satisfaction. 

II. COUIITENAY. - 423 Water Street. 




^ 



Ei 



^ixt 3tt0urance Company. 



Policies of Insurance 

against Loss or Damage by FIRE are issued by the above well- 
known Office on the most liberal terms. 

JOHN CORMACK, 

Agent for Newfoundland. 



CHAPLIN ! 

KING OF TAILORS. 



First class Stock always on hand* 



VTater Sti^eet East, St. John's. N, F. 



10 AD VER TISEMENTS. 



JOB BROS. & CO 



-IMPORTERS OF- 



British h American Goods 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

Water Street, St. John's, NewfoiindPd. 

#«*4 

A large and well assorted stock of 

Groceries, Provisions, 
Hardware, &c., 

always on hand at lowest prices. Exporters of Codfish, Pickled 
Fish, Cod and Seal Oil, Seal Skins, Whaleoil Fertilizer, Lobsters, 
and General Produce. Medicinal Codliver Oil a specialty. 

^p" Quotations given for FISH STUFFS for delivery in any 
portion of the Globe. 

AGENTS 



fJvoyal Unsurance Co.^ l^imttecl, 

OF LIVERPOOL, and 

ClfiLon ^yyLarine Unsu ce Qo., l^td. 



OF LIVERPOOL. 



JOB BROTHERS, 

Mersey Chambers, Liverpool, Eng. 

W. & S. JOB & CO., 

68 Hfoa'd Street. N^w York. 



AD VERTISEMENTS. 



11 



CONSTABULARY FIRE DEPARTMENT, 

o 

Fire Alarm Telegraph. 

o 

EASTERN DISTRICT. 



No. Location of Boxes. 

12— Temporance-st., foot Signal-hill rd. 

13— Factory Lane. 

14— Water-st., foot Cochrane-st. 

15— Duckwortli-st., corner King's road. 

16— Cochrane-st., corner Gower-st. 

17— Colonial-st., corner Boi'O.-st. 

18— Water Street, East. 



Xo. Location ok Boxes. 

112— In. Hospital, Forcst-rrl., special box 
113 -Penitentiary, cor. Quidi Vidi road. 
114 — Military -rd., cor. King's Bridgo-rd. 
11.5 — Circular road, cor. Bannerinan road. 
116 — King's Bridge rd., near Ifaihv'y Cros. 
117— Military-rd., oi)p. Govcrnni't House 
118— Konnie's aiill Koad. 



CENTRAL DISTRICT. 



21— Head of Garrison Hill. ; 224- 

22— Water street, foot Prescott street. i 225- 
23— Water street, foot McBride's Hill. 
24— Gower street, cor. Prescott street. ; 226- 
2,5— (^oiirt House Hill. ; 227- 

26— Duckworth-st., cor. New Gower-st. | 228- 
27— Cathedral Square, foot Garrison-hill. . 231- 
28 — Long's Hill and cor. Livingstone-st. ! 232- 
221— Military road, Rawlins' Cross. 233- 

223— Hayward Avenue, cor. William-st. , 234- 

235— Carter's Hill- 



-Maxse street. 

-Gate of Roman Catholic Orphanage. 

Belvidere. 
-Carter's Hill and Cookstown Road. 
-Lime street and Wickford Court. 
-Freshwater-rd and Cookstown road 
-Scott street, cor. Cook street. 
-Inside Savings' Bank, special box. 
-Fleming street. 

-Queen's road, cor. Allan Square. 
-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. 
312— Horwood Factory. 
313— LeMarchant rd., head Springdale-st. 
331— Lc Marchant road, head Barters-hill. 



! 332 — Pleasant street. 

334— Patrick street, cor. Hamilton street. 

335— Inside Poor Asylum, special box. 

336 — Torpey's, Cross roads, Riverhead. 

337— Hamilton Avenue, cor. Sudbury-st. 
! 338— Flower Hill, cor. Duggan street. 
I 42— South Side, near Long Bridge. 
I 43— Central, South Side. 
l! 41— Dry Dock. 
I 45-Sonth Side, West. 
I 4(i — Road near Lower Dundee Premises. 



il^ On the discovery of a fire, go to the nearest box, break the 
glass, take the key, open the door of the large box, and give the 
alarm by pnlling 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, pnll again After giving the .-tlarm. 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 !' 
three times, thus : 11 — 11— 



11. 



-Two strokes on the large Bell, repeated 



Inspector-General, 



n ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Synopsis of Game Laws of Newfoundland 

o 

No person shall pursue with intent to kill any Caribou from the 1st day of 
February to the 31st day of July in any year, both days included; or from the 
1st day of October to the 20th day of October in any year, both days included. 

No person other than a Licensee under the Act shall, during the time by ihis 
Act allowed for killing Caribou, kill or take more than two Stag and one Doe 
Caribou in any one year. 

No person is allowed to hunt or kill Caribou within the area as hereinafter 
described, that is to say: Commencing one and a half miles South of Grand 
Lake Station on the shores of the lake to a point at the same distance tiom the 
railway at Howley; thence to Goose Brook, one and a half miles from the rail- 
way Hne near Kitty's Brook Falls; thence Northward six and a half miles; 
thence to a point at Junction Brook, three miles North of Grand Lake Station; 
and thence Southwardly along the course of the brook and shore of the lake ic 
the place of commencement. 

No non-resident may hunt or kill Deer without previously having purchaser 
and procured a License therefor. All Guides must be licensed; issued free tc 
residents, to non-residents costing Fiftv Dollars. 

No person may kill, or pursue with intent to kill, any Caribou with dogs 01 
with hatchet, ... or any weapon other than fire-arms, or while crossing 
any pond, stream or water-course. 

Tinning or canning of Caribou meat is absolutely prohibited. No person may 
purchase or receive any flesh of Caribou between Jan. 1st and July ist in any year 

Penalties for violation of these laws: a fine not exceeding Two Hundred 
Dollars, or in default, imprisonment not exceeding Six Months. 

Carrying fire-arms on Sunday prohibited ( travellers excepted >. 

No person shall hunt or kill Partridge from the 12th day of Janaary unt. 
the 1st day of October, under a penalty not exceeding One Hundred Dollars, 01 
imprisonment not exceeding Three Months. 

No person shall hunt or kill Snipe, Curlew or Plover, or other wild o 
migratory birds (except Wild Geese), between the 12th day of January and th( 
20th day of August in each year, under a penalty of not less than $25 nor exceed 
ing $100, or imprisonment not exceeding Three months. 

Any person who shall hunt Beaver, or export Beaver Skins, until Octobe 
1st, 1910, shall be liable to a fine not exceeding $200.00 and confiscation o 
animals and skins; and no person shall hunt Foxes from March 15th to Octobe: 
15th in any year, under the same penalties. 

No person shall hunt or kill Otter from the ist day of April until the is 
day of October in any year, under a penalty of Twenty-five Dollars, or imprison 
ment not exceeding One month. 

No person shall catch, kill or capture or take, any Salmon, Trout or Inlam 
Water Fishes, in any river, stream, brook or pond, lake or estuary in Newfound 
land by any other means except rod, hook-and-line. 

No person shall hunt, kill, wound, take, sell, barter, purchase, rescue, o 
give away or have in his possession, any Capercaille or Black Game, or the egg 
of any such birds within this Colony, at any time from the 12th October, iqOy 
to the I2th October, 1917, under a penalty not exceeding One Hundred Dollar 
and costs, or imprisonment not exceeding Two months. 

Note — Licenses to kill Caribou: $50 for three Stags. Licenses for Guides 
Non-domiciled, $50; Domiciled, Free. A License is issued to any Officer of an 
British Warship on Fishery Protection Service free of charge. 

IE:LI DAWE, Mill. Maviuo & FishnHcv. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. IS 



BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

[Incorporated 1832.] 

Capital, $3,000,000 ; Reserve, $5,400,000 ; Reserve 
is now 180 per cent, of capital. 

Genertil OJEfioe = = ^rOI«OP»JTO. 

H. C. McLEOD, General Manager. 

Meckel Offioes . . HA.i:vII^A.:x:, IV. S. 

With sixty-four Branches in Canada, United States, 
Newfoundland and West Indies. 

BRANCHES IN NEWFOUNDLAND: 

St. John's - - - - R. H. ANDERSON, Manager. 
Harbor C^race - - - J. A. TEMPLE'l'ON, Manager. 

1^" A general Banking business conducted. Drafts and letters 
of Credit issued, available in all parts of the world. Special atten- 
tion given to Collections. Correspondence solicited. 

SAVINGS' DEPARTMENT.— Deposits of $1.00 
and upwards received and interest allowed at 
liij»iiest current rate. 



INDEX. 



Academies — R. C. (St. Bride's) 

St. John's 

R. C. Harbor Grace 

Agriculture and Mines — Depart- 
ment of ... 

Agricultnre ami Mines — Minister. 

Agricnltnre — Board of 

Agricultural Stock and Produce in 
Newfoundland, Census 1901 ... 

Assembly — House of 

Attorney General ... 

Auditor General and Office 

Bailiffs in St. John's 

Banks in Newloundlaml ... 

Barristers and Solicitors, Supreme 
Court 

Bishops— Church of England 
Roman Catholic 

Block House, Signal Station 

Board of Agriculture 

Boards of Eilucation, viz: 

Church of England 
Roman Catholic 

Methodi.st 

Presbyterian ... 
Congregational 
Salvation Army 

Board of Health, St. John's 
Boards— Road 
Board of Works 

British Ministry, The 

Broker (Anthorisctl Customs) 

Calendar of Months, kc, 1908 

Canadian Agent in Newfoundland 

Chief Justice 

Chief Towns and Villages in NHd. 
— Population of (Census 1901)... 

Circuits of Court ... 

Clergymen of the Cliurch of Eng- 
land in Newfoundland 

Clergymen of the Church of Rome 
in Newfoundland 

Clergymen ofthe Methodist Church 
in Newtoundlanil 

Clergymen of the Congregational 
Church in Newfoundland 

Clerks of the Peace 

Clerks of the Supreme Court 

Close Time for Fish anil Game ... 

Collector of Customs. Assistant ... 

Colleges, viz: 

Church of England 
Theological (Church of Eng.), 



PAGE 

246 
147 

177 
177 

178 

302 
18 

157 
20 

164 

255 

158 
243 
245 
186 
178 



PACK 



143 
147 
151 
155 
155 
155 

23 

226 
221 

176 I 

4-15! 

257 « 
158 • 

303 1 

157! 

\ 
243] 

246 ! 

247 

1 

250 i 
165 I 
158 1 
269' 
175 ' 

142' 
245 



Colleges, viz : 

St, Bonaventure's 147, 

Methodi.st 

Presbyterian ... 

Colonial and Continental Church 

Society 

Colonial Secretary & Department. 
Comniis.sioner of Charities & Office 
Connnissioners under Lunacy Act. 

Commissioners of Pilots 

Commissioners of Supreme Court 

within and without Nfld. ...159- 
Commissioners of Wrecked Pro- 

)>ert3' 

Common Notes for the year 1908 . 

Constables — Lo'^al 

Constables— St. John's and Out- 

)iort 
Constal'ulary 
Consuls-Foreign ... 

Convents 246- 

Conncil of Higher Education 
Courts, viz: — Supreme 

District 

Customs (Sub.) Dejiartment 

Cu.stoms Tariff (Ofhcial) 

Deer— Close Time for 

Del)t — Public, of Newfoundland. 

1897-8 to 1906-7 

Dental Board 

Departments —Government, viz; 

Agricultural and Mines 

Auditor General 

Colonial Secretary 

Comniis'uer of Charities (Sub) 

Education (Sub) 

Finance and Customs 

Justice 

Marine and Fisheries 

Public Works 

Po.st Office 

Departnjental Officers 

Directory of Ntl<l, Post Office ..'. 86 

Di.stauces-Table of, Newfoundl'd 

and Foreign 287 

District Courts 
District Surgeons 
Eelipses in 1908 .".' ,[[ 
Education— Statistics of ... ,,, 
Educational- Government Boards 
of, viz: 

Church of England 

Church of Rome 

Methodist 

Presbyterian .,, 



246 
150 
155 

143 
21 

22 
23 

185 

-162 

181 

3 

173 

17-2 
171 
257 
-247 
141 
157 
164 
175 
304 
269 

301 
25 

177 

20 

21 

22 

141 

175 

157 

180 

221 

25 

17 

139 

292 

164 

23 

3 

156 



143 
147 
151 
155 



INDEX. 



PAGE I 



Eflucational — GovernniHiit Boards 
of, viz : 

Congregational 
Salvation Army 
Educatioa — Superintendents of ... 
Educational (Sub) Department — 
Government ... ... ...141 

Election, 1904— Result of 

E.xaroiners for Granting Cortiti- 

cates to School Teachers ...143-147 
Examiners tor Granting Certiti- 

to Masters and Mates 
Executive Council ... 
Executive Councils siui-e 18o5 
Expenditure— Nfld. 1897 1906-7 . 
Expenditure — Detailed Compara- 
tive Statement of Newfoundl'd, 

1905-'06 to 1906-'07 

Exports — Value of Newfoundl'd, 

1897-'98 to 1906-W 

Exports — Principal Articles of. 

1904-'05 to 1906-'07 

Exports of Newfoundland to eaili 

Country, 1902-'03 to to 1906-'07 

Factories, Mills, &c., in NHd., 

(Census 1901) 

Ferries and Ferrymen 
Finance — Department of ... 

Finance Minister 

Fiona, S. S, 

Fish — Close Time for 

Fishertuen and Sailor's Home ... 

Fisheries — Bank and Seal 

Fisheries' Board 

Fishing fitock, kc. (Census 1901) . 
Fire Department —Constabulary... 
Fog Signals — Nfld., Canadian in 

Ntid., and St Pierre 188 

Fraukeil Letters 
(ianie — Close Time for 
Gaols and Gaolers ... 
Government Engineer ... ... 

Governor of Newfoundland 
Governors of Ntld. .since 1729 ... 
Governdr's Secretary 

Harbor Dues, St. John's 

Harbor Master, St John's 
Health Officers, St. John's and 

Outports 

High and Love Water — Time of, 

in Newfoundland Harbors 
Higher Education— Council of ... 
Hospitals, St. John's and Outports 

House of Assembly 

Imports — Value of Newfoundl'd, 

1897-'8 to 1906-7 

ImrSorts of Newfoundland from 

eec'h Country, 1902-3 to 1906-7. 

Imports — Principal Articles of. 

1904-5 to 1906-7 



Ifio \ 
155 I 

141 '• 

156 

13,: 

■155 , 

183 

17 

271 

301 



300 



301 



298 
296 



I'AUE 

Incorporated Bodies ... ... 267 

Inspector-General of Con.stabulary 171 

Inspectors of Pickled Fish and Oils 181 

Inspectors of Schools ... ... 141 

Inspectors of Weights and Mea- 
sures ... ... ... ... 21 

Judges— Supreme Court 158 

District Courts 164 

Justices of the Peace ... ... 165 

Keepers of Halfway Houses ... 221 
Keepers of Lighthouses in New- 
foundland 188-21 9 

King's Counsel ... ... ... 158 

King's Printer ... ... ... 253 

Latitude and Longitude of various 

Harbors in Newfoundland ... 293 

Law Society ... ... ... 158 

|jegislative"Acts, 1907 — Synopsis of 283 
Legislative Council ... ... 17 

Light Dues 182-187 

Lighthouses in NHd., Canadian in 

Nfld., and St. Pierre 188-220 



Lloyd's Surveyor ... ... ... 181 

Loans, Nflil. Debenture and Pub- 
lic Debt, 1897-8 to 1906-7 ... 301 
Lunatic Asylum ... ... ... 23 

Magistrates — Stipendiary... ... 165 

Mails, Despatch and Receipt of — 

St. Jolm's... ... ... ... 75 

Mails — Information Relative to 

Route and Despatch of ... 75-84 

Marine and Fisheries — Depart, of. 180 

Marine and Fi.sheries — Minister of 180 
Master and Mates — Rules relative 
to Examinations and Fees for 

Cortiticates for 183 

Masters, Sujireme Court ... ... 158 

Mayor, St. John's 253 

Medical Board 24 

Medical Practitioners in Nfld. ... 24 

Mercantile Marine Office 181 

Meteorological Register, 1907 ... 4-15 

Minister of Agriculture and Mines 177 

" Finance and Customs . 175 

" Jn.stice 157 

" Marine .and Fisheries . 180 

Public Works l;21 

Ministry— The British 16 

Money Order Offices, St. John's 

and Outports 25, 64 

Money Orders — Rules relative to 

and Commission on ... ... 82 

Moon, Phases of— 1908 4-15 

M*iseum 178 

Municipal — Office and Officers, 

St. John's 253 

Municipal Assessment, St> John's 253 

Newspaper-; printed in the Colony 269 

.' Notaries Public .\ 170 

29'7 ' Observatory— Keeper ot 22 



302 

221 
175 

175 !i 
181 
269 
268 
304 
181 , 
303 j 
173 I 

-220 

28 

269 

174 

221 

17 

270 

17 

183 

182 

23 

294 

141 

23 

18 

301 

V95 



INDEX. 



Officials, Goveniiiieiit — \iz; 

Agrii'ulture and Mines — De- 
jiartniciit of 

Auilitor-Gtufral — Dp part. of. 

Charities — Public, Stib-De- 
partiuent of 

Colonial Secretary — Depart- 
ment of the ... 

Constabulary ... 

Ciistoni.s — Branch'Depart. of. 

Departmental .. 

Eilncation — Sub- Depart, of... 

Finance — Branch Dei)art. of. 

House of As.sembly . 

Ju.stice — Department of 

Legislative Council ... 

Legi.slature 



I'.MiE 



177 
•20 



22 

21 
171 
17ri 

17 
141 
175 

20 
157 

17 

20 

187. 188 

165 



Lighthouses ... 
Magistracy 
Marine and Fisheries — De- 
ment of ... ... ... 180 

Penitentiary ... ... ... 174 

Police Courts 164 

Post Office— Deijartuient of... 25 

Postal Telegraphs 1-39 

Publii: Charities — Sub - De- 

piartment of... ... ... 22 

Public Works -Depart, of ... 221 

Supreme Court ... ... 158 

Parcel Post and Rates 3.3,63 

Patents in force in Newfoundland 260 

Penitentiary ... ... ... 174 

Pickled Fish and Oils — Inspectors 

of 181 

Pillar Boxes in St. John's ... 26 

Pilots and Coum.issioners of Pilots 185 

Pilotage— Kates of 185 

Police Force. St, John's and Out- 
ports ... ... ... ...171,173 

Poor Asylum, St. John's ... ... 23 

Population of Chief Towns and 

Villages in Nfid. [Census 1901]. 303 
Population of NUd according to 

Deuonnnation [Census 1901J ... 302 
Poimlation of Nfld., Male and 

Female [Census 1901] 303 

Population, St. John's, [Census 

1901] 17 

Port Charges, St John's 182 

Postal Rates — Local, Inland and 

Foreign 28,31 

Postal Orders 32 

Postal Telegraphs .. . 139 

Postmaster General ... 25 

Post Office — Department of the ... 25 

Post Office Directory 86, 139 

" General Directions to 

Public 84 

" Parcel Posfand Rates. 33, 63 

" Branch, St. John'^ ... 26 

'■ PiliarBoxes,St. Jolia's 28 



Post Office Rules and Regulations 

Po.st Offices in Outports ... 

Preventive Officers... .•■ •■■ 

Proclamations Prohibiting bale ot 
Intoxicating Liquors ... •• 

Proclamations under Sheep Pro- 
tection Acts ... .•■ •■• 

Public Charities, Sub-Dept. of ... 
Commissioner of 

Pulilic Debt of Newfoundland, 
1897-8 to 1906-7... 

Public Debt Office 

Public Health Office 

Public Works— Department ot ... 
Minister of 

Quarantine Officers 

Registrar General Births, kc, and 
Office 

Registrar of Shipping 

Registrar Royal Naval Reserve ... 

Registrar of Deeds 

Relieving Officers in Outports _ .. 

Revenue of Newfoundland, 1897-8 
to 1906-7 

Revenue of Newfoundland, Com- 
)>arative Detailed Statement of, 
1905-6 to 1906-7 

Road Boards— Outport 

Road Inspector (:icting)— Outport 

Road Inspectors — St. John's 

Royal Family 

Rulers of some of the Chief Coun- 
tries of the World 

Salvation Army — Offi<-ers ol'. in 
Newfoundland ... 

Sanitary Department, St. John's 
Municipal Council 

Savings' Bank— Newfoundland ... 

Seasons 

Sessions of Court 

Schools, viz: 

Central Training 

Convent 

Holy Cross 

Mount Cashel [Industrial] 

St. Patrick'.s 

St. Vincent's [St. John's] 

Schools- Return of Government . 

Sheriff 

Sheriffs- Deputy, iu Outports '.'.'. 
Shipping Master and Office 
Shipping— Surveyors of 
Signals— Block House 
Solicitors of Supreme Court 
Stamp Vendors— Licensed 
Statutes, 1907— Synop.sis of 
Sub-Collectors of Customs 

Supreme Court ■. 

Surveyor— Governm't and Lloyds' 

Surveyors— Deputy Land 

Sttrveyor s of Sliippiiig 



I'Ai.K 

27 

64. 75 
176 

274 

278 
22 
22 

301 
175 
23 
221 
221 
183 

21 
177 
177 
167 

22 

301 



299 
22G 
221 
221 
16 



251 



157 

143 
148 
147 
246 
147 
246 
156 
158 
162 
181 
177 
186 
159 
27 
286 
176 
158 
181 
178 
177 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Stin'eynrs of Lumber ... ... 178 

SuperiiiteiKieiit of Fisheries ... ISO 

SupeiinteiiileiitM of Eihicatioii ... 141 

Synod — Diocesan of NewfoundlM. 245 

Tariir— Customs [Oliirial] . ... 304 

Telegraph Stations — Government 

and Anglo-Anierieaii ... ... 139 

Teleg;ia|iti Ofierators ... ... 139 

Telegrapli Rate.'* -Local ami For- 
eign 140,258 

Time — DiflBrence of, hflweeii St. 

Jolui'.s and Forcji'u I'laccs ... 292 \ 



y: 



Towage Kates 
Treasury Board 

Water Conijianies : 
Harbor Grace ... 
Carboiiear 
Placentia 

Water R-i.tes— St. John's. Har 
Grace, Cariionear k Plai-enti. 

W.iter — Time ot High or Low.. 
Wci^lits .<£ Measures Inspector 
Wieck C'lmiiiiissiiiners 



boi- 



1S2, 



of 



180 



254. 
254 
254 

254 

294 

21 

181. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Angel Engineering and Supply Co. 
Machinery ,i?;d Supplies 

Anglo American Telegrajih Com'y 
[see colored page], 

Ayre & Sons Geiienal Importers 
[outside back cover]. 

Ayre, John Bulley, Fancy Goods. 

Bank of Montreal 

Bank of Nova Scotia ... 

Bi.sbo)) k Monroe, General Mer- 
ehaiils [front cover]. 

Bowriiig Brothers, Limited, Ship- 
owners, &c. [before title page]. 

t!allal>an, Glass h Co., Cabinet- 
makers, U|iholsters. kr. 

Carter, Geo. J., General Imjiorter 

Chaplin, King of Tailors. 

Coiiimercial Union Fire Insurance 
C",, Liniited 

Connors, Frank J-, Saddle?', kf. 
[belore title l)age]. 

Constabulary Fire Dejiartment ... 

C^irmack. John, Queen Fire Insu- 
rance Comi)any 

Coiirtenay, H , West Fnd Phar- 
macy 

Oijuiiond, L^vi, Dealer i)i Stoves. 



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13 



11 
9 

9 

7 



Di'ks k Co., Borikbinders, <tc. .. 
Fonte. S. .)., Barrister-at-L.'Hv .. 
Garland, S. E,, Bookseller, .1^-. .. 
Game Laws of Newfoundlanil 
Gray k Goodlan<l, Printers, el'' 

[after inde.v]. 
Hf-arn & Co., Wholesale Dealers 
Job Bros, k Co., Importers Britisl 

and American Goods... 
Martin Hardware Co. 
Newfrnuidland Postal Tclc-iaphs 

[see colored page.] 
Queen Fiie Insurance Co. 
lioyal Gazette Pi inting Office [le 

fore title pajje], 
Ryan, J. D.. Wholesale Grocr .. 
Royal Iii.Mirauce Co., Job Ijros 

& Co , Agents. 
Stabb, H. J., .t Co., Estate xVgent: 

and General Merchants 
Standard Lite Insurasne Co. 
Stott, James, General Importer.. 
St. John's Gas Light Co. 
Tein]ileton, It., General Importer 
The F. B. Wood Co , Ltd., Mauu 

factnters of Confectionery. &c 
West End Pharmacy ... 



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APPENDIX. 

(Corrected to " Gazette," February 4fh, 1008). 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY, OFFICERS- page 20. 

Clerk— For P. T. McOiath read A. J. Herder. 

Agsi.-itant Clerk--For A. Herder read P. J. Suimner?. * 

GENERAL HOSPITAL-pagc 23. 

Visiting Physicians — Add Dr. T. Audeison. 

yurses-Add Elizabeth Rednoiid General Hospital, 1906), Night 
Superinte7ide7it General Hospital ; Elizabetli Blackmore (General Hospital, 
1900; Victorian Order of Nurse.s Canada). Jessie S\vver>i (General Hos- 
pital, 1906; Victorian Order of Nurses, Canada). Madge CiiUian (Gene- 
ral Hospital, 1906), Staff Nurse, Gen. Hospital. Isabel Simnis (General 
Hospital, 19(J7; C. iM. B , England, 1907; London, Eug.). EUa Campbell 
{Genera! Hospital, 1907; Lying-in Hospital, Edinburgh). Evelyn Cave 
{General Hospital, 1907; New York). 

EDUCATIONAL. 
Church of England Boards— page 143. 

No. 9, Salmon Cove — Add Rev. Eraser Taylor as Cliairman. 

No 18, Bay-de-Verd — To be the Board: Moses BUindon, sr., Jo.seph 
Euibeiley, Stephen Blundon, Jas. Barter, J. W. Meadus, Thos. Cull. 

Nu. 27, Bonavista Bay South — J. S. Ro^sell, Daniel Fifield, in place 
.of Rev. A. E. C. Bayly and R. Brown. 

No. 35, Change hlntids — Add Arthur Scaniii}ijll, Geo. Elliott. 

No. 38, T-willingatc - Add Henry Spencer, Win. House. 

No. 39, Bolicooidville -For Jas. E. Outerbridge read P. E. Outei-bri<lge. 

No. 57, Bonne Bay — Add William White. 

No. 34 — For Barr'd Islands read Joe Batt's Arm and Bair'd Islands. 

Colonial and Continental Church Society— page 143. 
Omit from Corre.'^ponding Committee, A. 0. Havward, K.C. 
Roman Catholic Boards— page 148. 

Witless Bay— Omit Michael Molcahy. Add Wm. O'Driscoll. 
Bonavista — Add Rd. Lawton. 

Methodist Boards -page 151. 

33. Green.Kpond—Bet\y,im\n Davis, in place of Joseph Davis. 

46. Botu-oodviUe—Awos Brown, Abram Mugford, in place of Enhraim 
Davis and Charles Le Drew. 

Bell hland-l^e^v Boai.l : Rev T. S. Alty, Chairman; Samuel Le 
Drew, John B. Martin, Jas. Mews, Chas. F. Taylor. 

4-2. Moreton's Harbor— Rohert French, in place of Thomas French 



APPENDIX. 



Presbyterian Board— page 155. 
Harbor Grace— Rev. A. M. McLeod, in place of Rev. A. W. Lewie. 

SUPREME COTJRT-pagc 158. 

158. King's Counsel — Omit A. 0. Hayward, Ka". 

158. Barristers— Omit A. 0. Hayward, K.C. 

159. Commissioners within Newfoundland — Omit P. Hubert. 

162. Commissioners in Newfoundland for British Colonies — Omit A. O. 
Haywar.1, K.C. 

STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES-page 165. 

Fogo — Andrexv Cook. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC-pagc 170. 
Omit A. 0. Hayward, K.C 

DEPT. OF FINANCE AND CUSTOMS-page 175. 
176. Sub-Collectors. — Fogo — Andrew Cook, in place of A. Stone. 

DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE AND MINES— page 177. 

178. Deputy Surveyors. — Harbor Briton — Omit P. Hubert. 
,178. Surveyors of Lumber. — Add Bay of Islands -Clarence Eltord ; Bmj 
Roberts — Wra. Earle ; Cupids — John Kelly. 

ROAD BOARDS- page 226. 

Tivillingate District. — Norris Arm, North Side — New Board; John Men- 

cheiiton, sr., A. C. Constable, Edward Rowe, Wm. Menchentou, 

Eli Langdown, Thos. Ovens. 
Bonavista District. — 14. Deer IsVd — Add Arthur King, in place of J. Tite. 
Trinity District. — 23. Foster's Point — Add Noah George. 

28. Queen's Cove — Add Abraham Gooby. Omit Simeon Gooby. 

47. Heart's Desire — Add George Clarke, Joseph George, Ambrose 
Coombs. Omit John Clarke. 
Brigus and Port-de-Gvave District. — 7. Cupids — Add Charles LeDrew. Omit 

Josiah Badcock. 
Placentia and St. Mamfs Dietrict. — 2. Trepassey — Add Matthew Kennedy. 

45. (a) Western Cove ( Baron Island) — New Board: Patrick Morrit, 
Wm. Wadman, John F. Wadman. 

FOREIGN CONSULS-page 257. 

Vice-Consul for Brazil, St. John's — Omit A. O. Hayward. 

RULERS OF CHIEF COUNTRIES OF WORLD-page 3. 

Portugal — Manual II., King; Acceded February 3rd, 1908. 



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